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4 1 p THE HE DESERET EVENI EVENITHUTII EVENING NEWS NEWSy
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I THURSDAY DECEMBER 0 1001 SALT SAJ T LAKE CITY UTAH n
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TO TURN DUCHESNE DUCHESNEINTO DUCHESNEINTO DUCHESNEINTOPROVO
INTO INTOPROVO PROVO PROVORawlins RIVER RIVERRawlns RIVERi
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Rawlins Rawlns Introduces Joint Resolution for In Inquiry 111 111quiry IiiIlliry ¬
quiry by Geological Bureau as to Prac Pracinability Practic Praciibi1ityof
inability tic bilty of Diverting the Waters W ntcrs
Special to tolha the News 4NewsahII1flh NewsWashington NoWE 1 1Wn8hlllltl
Washington D 1 C Dec 6Senator 6Senatorllawllns enatOr enatOr1tCLWIIBB I
llawllns Wn8hlllltl Introduced tho following tolowlng Joint Jointlesolutlon jointivolutlon i iIoluton
Hnwlns lesolutlon Ioluton dlrcolltiK dlre t r an Inquiry Ilqulry as a to thu thupinctlcablllty thoIUttcnbllty ttrnvnctlcablllty
pinctlcablllty IUttcnbllty of o ilvertlng tllortli tho waters watersof wntcrl wntcrlot vtenof
of the Duchcsno into Provo rovo rov river for forIntention torIlrgalol forIi
Intention Ii purposes Tim geological geologicalbureau geologlcnluletu geoogIculbtneau
bureau Ilrgalol uletu Is Ii b directed to make nil n11nqulry n11nqulrylurvc Inquiry Inquirysurvey Inquirysurvey
survey lurvc and Indle report ol an at to the practicabil practicability 1IInclcnbl ¬
ity Iy means and probable 11oInble ojab1o cost of divert diverting dlvNtInl divertIng ¬
ing Inl the headwaters of the Duchcsne Duchcsneriver Duchell Duchellrlvor
river In tho Ulntah Indian Ildian reservation reservationnow rcservqilon rcservqilonMI
now Mowing to wnste Into Ilto Pjovo IOO river riverwlileh rl rlserwhich cr crwhich
which MI same may mi be o used for Irrigation Irrigationand Irh Clon Clonnnll
and flh1 fifty ffy tt thousand dollaro tlol1l weo OlaD much muchna
na Is necessary neccsllry to defray detla > expenses of ofBU ofludl otiUh
BU 19 ludl iUh li Inquiry Infulry and lt survey IB 11 1 hyroby ap appropriated 111 111Ilrolrlntet I1IIproprlate1 ¬
propriated Ilrolrlntet out of otnny any moneys 10101 In the thetreasury thctr thetraaurY
treasury treasuryUTK8 tr traaurYUT1H sury suryUmaCA1TJ
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UTK8 UmaCA1TJ CALL ON PRESIDENT PRESIDENTIndian PI Ifl1SIDJNPInilan SIENl SIENlJndlnn I
Indian Cotnmls ComhH4onN loner Jones JOles today tOlln In Introduced Intrducl IntrX1ucd ¬ I
ot Ulntnh In Indiana Intnn IndianH ¬
troduced trducl d the delegation dllcgnton Untnh
diana tnn to President Hooaevelt Hooevel He wna wnaaccompanied Wil WiluccomlHluled wntittCcOm1tIlieI
accompanied by I Agent gent Myton My ton and Spec Special SpcoInl Ipeoial ¬
ial Indian Agent McComnB MeColna Tho Pros President ProsIlentlAvotl1 Preaident ¬
ident Imlnn gave the Indians Indlnnl a cordial corlal hand liandBlinko hundIhnko handt1irtko
Blinko IlentlAvotl1 Ihnko and asked nlkod Myton to tell tel them themthrough themthrough thornthrough
through their interpreter that lie had hu I
fifty ft Indians Inllnns In hi hh rcglm rcglmthey rOllment reirimont Iment and nnl that thatMAJ tul thatthey
they the were crnckerjacks crcklr crnckorjackaMM cks cksMA
MAJ MA WITCJ1KU WJfClm PLEA8KD PLEA8KDMaj
Maj J 8 Wltcher retired Ictred U S A ASalt AI ABait
Salt Lake is hero for n I short stay ataywill and andwill nnt nntwil
will wil likely IIQly go le g soulh for winter MnJ MajWltcher MnJWlch MnJYitcher
Wltcher r Bald BaldI
Wlch I 10m am In111 In11110m well wel pleased with tho Prcsl Prcsldent PrCsl PrCslIcltli President
dent Icltli messiigo In regard leglrl to his recon reconimcndatlun reconlendltlJ reconniendatIn
mcndatlun leYSIHO for tolrlKntol Irrigation The 14 people peopleof I Ior
lendltlJ
of Utah arc greatly retlynlI1cfl ° InleiMed in inclaiming 1 1Iatniing v I Iolnlmlnl
claiming olnlmlnl Uth arid nrll lands IIIt9 and nOI we biJllove l loe that thatPresident thL thatIesitiint t tPIeslhmt
President Itoosovelt who has ha lived livedamong livedamong el
PIeslhmt IOOSO 1I
among mol ua certainly known tho needs of ofour ofour
our 011 A Btnto BtntoA Rtlto RtltoA pension 11cUllon liaH tlH lia been granted Hncharlan HncharlanM Zachtlllh Zachtlllhl chtiith chtiithM
Pocatello Idaho IdahoCALLIWFlflH JO JOCALLISTHITH
M l Htucker Pocntclo lluho f fCALI
CALLISTHITH CALI ISTlma NAMK SENT TO BEN SENATE BENNrE HlNATE
ATE ATETho NrETho ATEThu
Tho President ltcnt nan ent tho followlns followlnsnomlntttlono folowing foIlowinimumninatlona
Ile
nomlntttlono to tho Senate SOlte for ti fO confirma confirmation connrla conflrination ¬
IHtlnttolB
Lake col collector collector coiiuctor ¬
Salt
tion Kd H CalllBter CnIHtll Sni
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lector lon of Internal Ilternnl revenue tor fO Utah UtahChaB Utlh IJtflhlClan
Clan W V Webster Montana ontnln collector collectorof coleclor coleclorot
of customs custOIS for CorIllnho Idaho and nll Montana MontanaA Montnl
A a Hoyt register rel tl r of the land Ilnd ofllco ofllcoat ofcc ofccIt
at It Sundown SUldowl Wyoming WyomingE
E II Pmock Smol receiver of public money moneyat mOley mOleyIt
at It las Buffalo Dufnlo Wyoming und lnt M C Darron Jnrron at Doug Douglas Douglas ¬
CONFERENCE ON LEAD INTERESTS INTERESTSMine INTE ESTS ESTSMine
I Mine Owners Representing Represcntng Them Discuss Matter Matcr With Wih the Smel Smelter Smcltcr SrneII ¬
I ter Trust TrustPriccs Prices Wi Will be Agreed Upon Before Adjourn Adjournment AdJournmentNo AdjourumentNo ¬
ment mentNo No Serious Disagreements Dsagrccmcnts
r Special pcciaIto to tho News NewsNew NowsNew NowaNew
New York Dec 5 6MIne Mlno owners ownrs rep representing roptacntnl representing ¬
resenting tacntnl lead Interests Int rsl from various variouslioctlons vnrlousuoctola variouauoctluns
lioctlons uoctola of tho country countr met In confer conference conferflCc onterCICO ¬
ence CICO flCc at tho olllce olce of tho American AmericanSmelting AmericanSmellng AniericaninieltIng
Smelting Smellng and Ind Ileflnlng elnlng company tho thoSmelter thoSmoler thuI3rnelter
Smelter Smoler Trust Trst to agrco 1g0 upon export exportprices txportprices xportprices
prices for lead tenllthls this afternoon Itternoon There Therewere Theraere Therewere
were ere present 11reauIt a large number of repre representative repreeltltve repreentative ¬
sentative eltltve mine owners ownen Mr McCornlck McCornlckrepresenting lcCornlck lcCornlckNPNscnUng McCornickrepresenting
representing Utah Uul Interests Inle1eats Tho ho con conferees can1ercs conereea ¬
ferees ereea were In Fcsslon Fesslon nearly 1nrly all ul tho thoafternoon t thunftermioor o oIternon I
afternoon Iternon nnd will wil not complete c their theircession thlr thlrftll thiirtemion
cession ftll llunt1Ito until Into In the th day < ty Prices Priceswill Irlocl Irloclwl Priccawill I
will wl be agreed upon uPn and andllxcd fixed before the theconference thocontercnce theeonfercnco
conference adjourns There arc no n dis disagreements dlsngcmehl diaugrt ¬
agreements ngcmehl ugrt ernenta of any serious character characterslid charactersuc
slid suc it I is anticipated nntclpnte that thlt un UI adjust adjustTHE ndJu3tTHE adjuotTHE
THE LIVESTOCK LIVESTOCKCONVENTION LIVESTOCKOONVENTION LIVESTOCKCONVENTION1
CONVENTION CONVENTIONGroat
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l lGroat
Groat Oleomargarine Oleomargarne Bill Bi Causes a aLively I ILvely aLively
Lively Lvely Time TlmoSEN TimoSEN TimeSEN
SEN WARRENS W ARREN ADDRESS ADDRESSPtakei ADDRESSIlk1
Ptakei Ilk1 Many IalY HccoinmomlnUonfIte I 1ecoiittztondntioni416tnIIuory HccoinmomlnUonfIteInllalory COlllolltntonlle COlllolltntonllelalnlory
Inllalory lalnlory Pollcf PICT Toward aerinau aerinauPloati German Germanhall GermnuMeat
hall Called Cclh1 C lhd For ForChicago VarChicago 01 01Chlcngo
Chicago Dec E 6The The recommendation recommendationof recommendnton recommendntonDr
of the executive executve committee commItee that re recommendations 10 10commcndnUonscondcmnlng rocommendationa ¬
commendations commcndnUonscondcmnlng condemning the Grout Groutoleomargarine Groutoleomnrgarln Groutoleomnargarinebiil
oleomargarine bill bi be b adopted gave rise riseto riseto
to a 0 lengthy and nlllIlrlted spirited general de debate debnto deIcite ¬ I
bate among nmonl delegates present at to todays todnys t0ciaya ¬
days session lesslon of the Livestock Ivestoc conven convention convenIJ convenion ¬
ion IJ Leonard Pearson of Pennsyl Pennsylvania Pennsylvanln Pennaylvania ¬
vania speaking for the dairy < Interests Inlercstswho Interestswho interestavho
who uphold upholl tho Grout bill bl led tho de debate debnto dobate ¬
bate with tho plea pleo that with wih oleomar oleomargarine oleoninrgarlije ¬ I Irinoselnr
garine rinoselnr selling under Its colors color butter buttercould buttcrcould buttercould
could hold holt Its Is own ownYou ownYou ownYou
You cattlemen cttmen snld he h Insist that thatcoloring thatcoloring thatcoloring
coloring of oleomargarine oleomargarin should Ihould bo al allowed allowed ailowed ¬
lowed yet ye et you U Insist Illst that the wool In Interest Interost interest ¬
terest should Ihoul bo protected prot cte1 against againstshoddy ugalnstshod againstshoddy
shoddy shod d masquerading mnsqueralln I as wool woolExGovernof woolExGoveror woolExGovernoi
ExGovernof ExGoveror Packard lkard of Iowa mov moved movcd movCII ¬
ed that tho whole subject be deferred deferredwhen deterret deferredvIitii
when Judgo Cowan arose and said that thatpackers tha thatiackera
packers have a aH much right to color coloroleomargarine colorolcomargllnl coloroleomargarine
oleomargarine olcomargllnl as dairymen 11nlrmcn have to col color color color ¬
or butter lttcr Thc dlscuss 19n rn n was parti participated purt varticipated ¬
cipated cpnt t In II by members mcmbcl of the th Kansas KansasCalifornia lan819 lan819CnlCornlo KansasCalifornia
California CnlCornlo Missouri Mtlsolrl Michigan Md l tll td Io Iowa Iowa 10wa ¬
wa wa delegations delegnton It I was the first fnt gen general gencral genoral ¬
oral debate of the convention cOlv ntol Judge JudgeOowan JU4goCownn JugoCowan
Oowan brought tho speaking Ipeaklng to nn end endby cld cldIovln endby
by moving Iovln the ti previous question queston but butover butover butover
over a 1 good sized minority minorityCol mlnorltCol
Col Simpson following folowing the t1C rending of ofhis othil Ofhis
his hil regular paper Inper made a brief brietplea plea for forn
a ship Ihlp subsidy subsidyA lubshly lubshlyA
A resolution relolUton to admit Oklahoma Oldnhomn to toHtatehood toItnllhoo toatathooG
Htatehood Itnllhoo was WIS adopted adoptedpills al1optedJI adoptedllll
pills JI llll to be curjet urged upon Congress to toprovide tolrle tolirovide
provide lrle for or tagplng tnltlng cloth goods to toshow toIho toilrnw
show Iho their exact composition compositon nnd to toprovide toprldc toitroitI
provide prldc for a 1 classified cla8IOcd assessment 11geSsment of ofcattle otttte ofcattiti
cattle ttte were approved IPllroefl by the convcn convcnlion conVfn conVfntOI convenlion
lion tOI The convention conventon wns waadlvideij nldhlelovor nldhlelovorfrnmlnJ divided over overframing overfraniimtg
framing frnmlnJ a n bill hii providing for the ex exchanKC x xchnn xchange
change chnn e of public Ilnhle lands Innc as mentioned mentionedIn mentoncl mentonclIn
In Senator Slnntor Wnrrrni Wnrrcl pnuer and a 1 min minority mInoriy mm mmority ¬
ority oriy report reftrrlni rlfrrlng the matter mater to n ncommit I t tcomtimItt
commlteo commit leo of flvn 0 to report at It the thenext th thncxt thenext
next meeting 11etll wns adopted adoptedThe ndotedTho
The profftam Jrgfnm for f r the clay 11 was 111 of ex exceptional C1 eceptionat ¬
ceptional Interest to cattlemen catlemen The Theprogram T Therogran1 a aJo
program Jo 1J called caled for papers tterl from Dr J JII 3II
II 1 Senner nnr of New eW York Prof Andrew AndrewH And AndII f
H 1 Poulo Soueot of the th Tennessee Agricultural Agriculturalcollcg Arrlculurl Arrlculurlcolet Agriculturalcrillige
collcg colet i Senator Selltor F E WnIen Warren of Wyo Wyoming WOmlng Wyoming ¬
ming A F Doremus Dorelul state ttntc engineer engln r of ofItah otttah oftah
Itah and Col G W Simpson of Tex Texas T x xlS ¬
I IUr
as asMr lS Ur Mr SouloE loulo paper vapcr telling tlUn tiIln of thacat t
mont of rates will i bo speedily Ipcdly reached reachedMr
Mr McCornlck said eal It was probable probablothat PIObllothat
that an adjustment of prices would bo bonrrlvcd 10 10nrrlvcll bearrived
arrived at by tomorrow and nll tho work workot vorkof
ot the thl conference completed lie said salt saltthere saidthere aldthere
there were no complications complcltlons In the Hi alt altuntlon ll lluntlon
untlon uatol and nn that tht after discussion with withdifferent wih wihtlrorent wIthdilrerent
different tlrorent delegations lcle ntona and representa representatives roprscntu roprscntutVt8 ¬
tives tVt8 of different dlforent Interests ns n to tho cost costof costo
of o production toducon nnd transportation trlnsportatonn scale scaleofprices 8cIIo 8cIIoorI1rlccs scaleof
ofprices of iirice would bo speedily Ipcdly fixed fxed The Thechief Thechief he hechlet
chief Uuslnins oslnes80t ot the th conference conterefCI he hesaid hesaid
said would be bo jp agree Itgr upon export exportprices cport exportprlceU
prices prltl of tho mineral mlnernl Ho Io I1 anticipated anticipatedthat nnUtlllntld
that thin would bo completed Olploted without withoutany wihout wihoutanynecesb1y withoutan
any anynecesb1y an necesblty for moro than two ses sessions sesslons seasiona ¬
sions of tho conference nnd that thlt all allbusiness al allbusiness
business lJslness on hand would oull be completed completedby
by tomorrow afternoon afternoontie
ntlrnoon ntlrnoonte
tie te business b iiles9 simiea In Intto the middle South was wastho wn wasthe
tho first frst ono heard by the convention conventionSenator convlnton convlntonSenator conventionI3enator
Senator Warrens Wlrrenl address was pre presented iwosented re rescnted ¬
sented by the secretary lecretnry and ordered orderedprinted orlered orlered11rlntell orderedPritlte1
printed In tho record rccrd Senator Sentor Warren Warrenenumerated Wnrrn Wnrrncnumerlted Warrenenumerated
enumerated cnumerlted the needs which ho said saidcattlemen snldcatemen saidcattlemen
cattlemen catemen would wouldprcscnt present to Congress CongressKIrat CongresslrlrstDcfe CongressFlratDcfct
KIrat lrlrstDcfe Defeat t of the Grout oleomar oleomargarine olcolar olcolarcarIne oleornargarbo ¬
garine bill billSecond bi billSecondLegislation
Second SccondLeglslnton SecondLegislation Legislation to prevent deceit deceitand decei deceitand
and an fraud In marketing murketng manufactured manufactuicdarticles lanuructurct manufacturedarticles
articles articlesThlrd artcles artclesThlrtlLeglaton articlesThirdLegislatlon
Thlrd ThlrtlLeglaton ThirdLegislatlon LoBfmtlon to provide prvldo for tho thoopening thoopeninG theOpening
opening openinG of forest Corc t reservations rltltons where wherepracticable wherepractcable wherepracticable
practicable practcable for livestock Uvettocl < nrnzlng nrnzlngFourth unzlngFoulthLeglslnton rnzlngFourthLegIsIaion
Fourth FoulthLeglslnton FourthLegIsIaion Legislation rovldlng Ioldll for fortaking fortaking fortakIng
taking un In annual nnlunl livestock IvPftoclt census censusFifth censusltthArondm ceimsusFifthArnendm
Fifth FifthArnendm ltthArondm Amendments lts ts to land Inlll laws ICWS to topermit topermltletUor topermit
permit permltletUor settlers to exchange lands 1lda with withthe wih wihtho withthe
the general gelrn government so that thlt range rangeproperties tn rangeiropertlea c cIlro
properties Ilro rtes may 1M be HOlldJfled ltJlw especially especiallywithin especaly especalywihin especiallywithin
within wihin the socalled socaled railroad Ilroad limits limitswhere lmits lmitswhero Ilunitswhere
where the aided ahh l railroads secured al alternate alternpte a aternto ¬
ternate government sections sectionsSixth Eectons EectonsSIxthAmendments eectlons3lxthAmendnuents
Sixth SIxthAmendments Amendments to tho law Inw to en enable ennblo enable ¬
able the Interstate intertate commerce commis commission commission commiasion ¬
sion to enforce enfore UK Il decisions decisionsSeventh leclslono decisionsSeventhEnactment I ISoventhJ
Seventh SeventhEnactment Enactment of pure pur food foodlawn toadIn8 foodlaws
lawn compelling comlollll all al food products to be besola boBolt besold
sold Bolt for exactly exaoty what ha t they are areEighth areEshhLeglslaton areEighthLegislation
Eighth EshhLeglslaton EighthLegislation Legislation permitting Ilormltng exten extension extension extension ¬
sion of transit limit lmit for transportation transportationof trclsportnton I Iot
of livestock lvestock In curs cursNinth ClrS ClrSNlnthIeglslaton cursinthLegisIntion
Ninth NlnthIeglslaton inthLegisIntion Legislation to Increase duties dutiesIn tutea tuteaIn
In meat products produotl imnorted from Ocr Germany OermnlY Ocrmany ¬
many mnlY whenever when v r tho German empire empirepasses emplo emploImsses empirePasses
passes a law Imposing prohibitive du dutlos dimties I
ties toa on American moat melt products productsTenth productsTenUILelilaton productsTenthLegislation
Tenth TenUILelilaton TenthLegislation Legislation providing 11rltln for forleasing torle9lnl forleasing
leasing le9lnl the grazing lands of the United UnitedStfitos Unied UniedStnt UnitedStates
States Stnt to growers growersEleventh IIWerl growersElovoothfletbution
Eleventh ElovonthHetcnton Elovoothfletbution Iletcntlon of government governmentInspection Kovermcnt KovermcntInslecton governmentInaiiection
Inspection Inslecton of r livestock Ivcstodc and tho further furtherfree furthertr furtherfree
free tr distribution distributon of black leg IeI vaccine vaccineuntil vaccineunt vaccineuntil
until unt tho full hil period of experimental experimentalwork experlmentll experlmentllworlc
work was Will vmt passed passedDr 111Bed 111BedDr
Dr Scnncr when his hisname lmlsname
Belner eminer was IS not present hil
name was wnl called Illednll and Chairman Chnlrman Sprin Springer Bprll Bprlnger ¬
ger Jer Bald ho would use Dr Scnners Scnnerstime Senlers Senlerstmo Soonerstimne
time tmo to hear htar more ot oCtho the live lve mlnuto mlnutospeeches mlnutoSI minutespeeches
speeches SI ChI9 crowded cTwdll out outot of the program programTuesday prgrmn prgrmnTuedn progrnmnTuesday
Tuesday Accordingly cIordlnKI Paul McCor McCormlck McCormick McCormick
mick of Monlnna MOltnni L I 0 Pollen Pulen of New NewMexico NII NuvMexlc
Mexico Mxlco and nrll W V R 1 Hollon Bolon of Oklaho Oklahoma ¬
ma Hpoke oke of conditions clndltonl In their tea respective r rpeotvo teapootlve ¬
pective peotvo states Itatcs and territories M P PBuell pnuel Pfluell
Buell nuel of the Chicago Chlcolo nnt teritories Livestock ex exchange e oxchange ¬
change chanfe then nroso to remind remlnt the dele delegates cel celIntl9 delgates ¬
gates Intl9 that a n big bl vaudeville vnudMllo entertain entertainment entertainment entertainment ¬
ment for visiting vlltng cattlemen had been beenarranged beeanrrnlJed beeflrtrrnnm
arranged nrrnlJed rtrrnnm cti to take place at the auditor auditorium audlor audlorlum auditorturn ¬
turn tonlRKt tonlRKtC t tC
C a Mills Mis of Oregon end W H HPowell nPowel 11Powell
Powell Powel of Pennsylvania Penn Ilrln t followed folowed In Inbrief Inbrlet inbrief
brief speeches se ches eulogizing eulorlzlJg their respec respective respectlvo ¬
tive tw states statesHenry stntll statesHenry reSJc reSJctw
Henry IonryWad Wade register nFlltqr reglst r of livestock lvestock In
Canada CaMrll read rae nn al Interesting Intcwstn paper on onthe ontle onthe
the tle Block stl k business buslnc1 of Canada CanadaPhilippine Cnldn CnldnIhl1111110 CanadaIliilIpplnc
Philippine Ihl1111110 Tobacconists Combining CombiningLondon Combluil CoimiblimimigLondon
London Dec 6 1The Tho Financier today todaysays today8n8 todaysays
says saysA 8n8A
A combine combin In bcjnp beln effected etected amontr amontrthe nmon nmonthl amonutime
the thl tobacco growers rowerl of the Philippine PhilippineIslands Phiippin Philippineislanda
Islands I nnd with a n capital cnplnl of between betweet fG fGOODOO 6
000000 OODOO nnd 7000090 1OOO O The scheme Is Isbeing Iselng IsbeIng
being carried on In London under un er the theauspices thotulpltcs thenuaplecs
auspices tulpltcs of the Rothschilds nothschlc whoi whoithrough whoIIhrough wholthrough
through their Spanish pnnlsl Investments
have large Iuge Interests In the Philippines
Phlllplnel
The paper JnrJ adds udtl The Thl Contracts rntrtts and andconcessions all alleonreSflOl1 andcomiressloria
concessions were obtained
eonreSflOl1 Iro through some someot somoof someor
ot the American peace IleacI delegates 11el ntls who whoIn whoIn whoIn
In typically tvplcnlY Yankee fashion talol have man manntred mnnned manaced
ned to combine private and 1M ofllclal
business businessThe buslnesl oneial
The name of a prominent American Americancommissioner Amerllln AmerlllncommlF MnericantommisslonPr
commissioner commlF topr Is being benr fre trey y bandied bandiedabout bnndlt bandiedabout
about nbolt London 1nlon but without any nppnr nppnrcnl nppnront apparnot
ont Justification juslncaton Tho chief nromotlng nromotlngit nromDtn nromDtnIt
it Is II paid sld Is being done In inNw New Yorkj Yorkjthough Yorklthough York1though
though the nnnwn nnml nnrncunf of the parties p partiesdolng partiesdolngit rU doln dolni doing doingit
it i ar are not announced announ el
KING FARMER FARMERIS FRMEt1ISIN
IS ISIN IN COMMAND COMMANDGoes D DGO
Goes GO to Chicago and Sends Price PriceOf PrlcosOf
Of All Al Grains Climbing ClimbingTHEY Clmulg ClmulgrlUEY ClimbingTJIEY
THEY MAKE ANEW A NEW RECORD RECORDNUlurn lWOUD lWOUDNllurnl ItECORINidlurtul
NUlurn Nllurnl Condition COldlol1 C Uncle Ine of Ibo Ui Uilioollluurd VIIhouHolrd tJ tJkoutUuiiril > <
lioollluurd houHolrd ol biTrndo rrldt Trade WltnoiuoK WltnoiuoKHomo Wtiieiscuoflifl IIC11 IIC11HOII
Homo HOII oflifl SpeclHculnr hcouoi hcouoiChicago PComio PComioCiifctgo oonoiChcto
Chicago Chcto Doc 5 King Fanner has hnicome hMeOlu hascome
come eOlu to Chicago taken tnlenthc the board botrl o otrade ot ottrdu oftrade
trade trdu by storm and seat prices of al algrains al all allginina
grains IuilS climbing above Iovo record prices pricesBusiness prices1usl1C8 pricesHimsineas
Business 1usl1C8 today tOcny on 01 change was largo largoand lugol lugolnml largernut
and nut morn Bjectaculnr Hllcctncllur than It has been beeifor bcenfor beenfo
for fo a long lonl time tmo and Ind hag hli rivaled rlnled tinspeculative tin tho811eoulll0 thusveculutivo
speculative 811eoulll0 cnthUslam that marked the tindays thedlya thedays
days of HutehhiBon lutchhl80n and unl tho other otlicgiants otherInlts otimeriIiiImta
giants Inlts or the pits pitsNatural imitaNatural lt8 lt8Nlturl
Natural Nlturl conditions arc back ot tin tinupshoot theshoot tImetipsimuot
cunllluls nc
upshoot shoot In II pi IHIC8 pilots leva but 1 bull bul speculatIon Bpcculutlaihas alleeulllol
has bccri eet the main laln Incentive Inceltc The whole wholicountrywide wholocoultrlldo whole000tmtryz4idu
countrywide coultrlldo seemed seenltl to bo 10 waiting Waltllg up t ttho to totho totime <
tho ruinous Htortaifa HtortllO In II the coin eol crop orojand orollnnt cropamid
and nnt tho feeding reedlnl of wheat to Block Itock an ni i iconsequence a acommequenco
consequence cereal cerealGeneral COlllUQnco cllenl cllenlelerClllvnncos cerealemiernl ims hu brought roulht buying In 11 Urncereal Urn thlt thltcllenl thatcereal
General elerClllvnncos advances have been made rndo li liall II in inall
all ni options of wheat cum and oats oatsduring onlHduring oatsduring
during tho pant 1lt several slvolal weeks but hit th tharrival tIm thou tImarrival <
arrival u 11 1 of thousands s of farmers fMllels am amBtockmcn 111 111Itolunen unit unitstocluncum
Btockmcn Itolunen to visit tho live 10 slock exhlbl exhlbltlon exhibiton oximibitlomm <
tlon ton touched tOlched off ar the fuse tlso under all al tin tinmarkets IhomnrlCts themarkets
markets mnrlCts mid unc sent prices 1IIeas booming hoomilg To Today Today 0 0Ilay
day tho hoot 100 of tho board was 1 a n spec speetacular spectlculor spectiucular
tacular tlculor show Hundreds Hun lLundi leda of tIme thl bUcounlrymen bU bigcountrymen Ig IgcOlntrymcn
countrymen cOlntrymcn In fur ovcreoattf oorcoatl and cow cowhide cowhltl cowhide
hide hltl bootH had the ll courtesies COlltollol cuu teihe5 of tho ox oxchange oxchunge oxcliatmge
change and ulll were welo all ni eagerly olclIY getting jfettlncInto gotnG gotnGIlto gettinglimb
Into Ilto limb the game amo When professional professionalspeculators IJore mofessiummnlspeotmialors slJHll slJHllIpeelintorl
speculators Ipeelintorl saw sa tho farmer rlllergrURIlng rlllergrURIlngOlllloltunlen grasping graspingopportunltlen graspingopportunities
opportunities Olllloltunlen they Immediately hnmetllleh began beganto
to plunge pilng Added Adl10c to thIs Influence Inluence Wn vmts vmtsU tt tta
u Hood loor of general ROlerl1 buying buyllg orders orlcs from fromthe tll fromuthe
the country cOln hy until Ulti tho outside Interest Interestpractically Inlcre interestsItroctlottlly tl
practically IJlctclly control the market marketMay Ilrllet Ilrlletluy marketMay
May luy wheat whelt touched Its record r eord price pricefor prlcofpr pricepr
for pr tho crop shortly before noon selllns selllnsat eling elingnt
at 80 801 Both December and all May corn cornbroko cor cornbroke
broke broltl record of years YCJS standing Itll lng Dee December Deecmbnr Deeember ¬
ember Belling Heling at 05 and May lY al It C8l 8 II IIla i ItI
la II I rumored rumol there Is a a corner In 11 oats oatsbut Oatl oatsbut
but trade trle Is so largo on 01 both sides ol oltho ottho ofthe
tho market Jnrltt that It la h not certain May Mayoats MIY MIYoatA Mayoats
oats broke another record roeolt today totny at It 40tt 40ttAlthough 4G 4OAlthough 1 1Although
Although tho trannactlona trannctona on the theboard thebonrd time1oard
board continued contnued on 01 n 1 very VCI large Ilrge scale scalethroughout sCllo sCllothroughou scalethroughout
throughout t thu cession fe1810n prices prloa did not nothold nothaM nothold
hold to their record rlconl marks at the close closeIt CIOIO CIOIOi
It i was rumored rumore that thlt Moore Moro Bros had hadbeen hadbeen Imadbeen
been buying largo IllriO quantities IItnttes of wheat wheatfor whelt wheltfor wheator
for or the past 1t six Ilx weeks George OOOlfO Phillip Phillipwaa VhlllHI hhIIIpswan
wan 1 reputed repu ted to have hlvo secured aeculel a largo largolino IlrHo IlrHoIno largeline
line Ino of corn COll and a 11 James JI10S Patten Ilten rnayoi rnayoiof mnayoof
of Evanston l vunstol was wal supposed 8UPPOHCI to have con control control conttol ¬
trol of oats Olto At the the high prices enor enormous olar olarmOis omuorumous ¬
amounts ts of grain t In nilpits nil allPits
mous mOis n moun < came CIIO camn out 0 11
pits supposedly upposell from trolthe thee theePrices oP openers openers1rlcen rftors rftorsIrlced
Prices rapidly rlnJI imgfrn niII1 nged < l as a atouqtincu atouqtincuntl consiaU J8 < IIU ncu ncuand ntunll
and though tholRh the to mtufceta 1wts worn l yet firm firmtho frm frmtho firmtime
nll tho big Ig advances allwlce for torth tho day wore In Inmany InWiiY inmany
many WiiY cases lost 10lt December wheat wheatcloaednt whflt whfltclo wheatclosednt
cloaednt clo edCt 75 5H nnd May wheat at It 79H 79HgalnVfor 79 79gahiRtor 79galmtsfor
galnVfor the day rc835ilvely ret llvey of lfl lfland 4 J Jand
and nld H December Decnber corn closed coMt with a again 1 agaim
gain nnl of ft H at C4V4 and May corn cornOft cornhigher
Oft 3 higher nt 67 67fl 67flMnyq WW WWMayq Hrl
MnYQ oats closed V4 I < 3H up IP at 45 45HI3NVTIS 45HI 4 4HEItTii
HI3NVTIS HI NIrE IMHMPPINK 111lPllNB HIIiLS HIIiLSHouso BM BM10ulo IiIIliShouse
house 10ulo Will Wi Resent UeNolt Attempt Atmllt to Oil Originate 011 011Jlnalc Oilglmmttto ¬
ginate Jlnalc Ilovaimo Iovonlo LoKlfIntloii LoKlfIntloiiWashington 110Jhllntlol 110JhllntlolWnshlntton lieglslntioiiWashington
Washington Wnshlntton Dec 5 Members of tho thoHoufio thoHOURQ tImehouse
house of llcprcitcntntlves HCre ultatveo aro showing showingsome Sllowlll
some RlmO opposition opposiIon to the origination orlgln on of ofPhilippine otPhllpllile oflhilippimme
Philippine Phllpllile revenue legislation ICElslaton In the theSenate thoSlluto timeSenate
Senate Slluto and In particular partcular to Senator SenatorLodges Benntlr Benntlr101goe Senator14olgos
Lodges 101goe bill hi which deals with wih the sub subject su suject subject ¬
ject Mr MI Tawney lawney of Minnesota tnnesotn holds holdsthat holdthat holdsthat
that tho constitutional consttutonal provision IJrol lon that thatall thatni thatall
all ni bills bia for raising rnlSll1 revenue shall shalloriginate shnl shalloriginate
originate olglnnte In the Houso of Heprcnentn Heprcnentnlives UellrcRentntve
lives tve applies allel to Philippine PhIlppIne measures measuresand mcnsurel measuresanti
and the Minnesota 1llncsotu member lember will wi oppose opposeany oppOSOun opposeany
any un Senate bill bi na nn Invasion of tho thoprerogatives thoprerogatve theprerogatives
prerogatives prerogatve ot tho House HouseMr JloueeMr
Mr 11 Ovcrstrccl oer treet of Indiana Jnllana and fiutto fiuttoa Culto Culton
a number lumber of other oth r Influential Inluenlal members membersmaintain memberslalntuln muemoberamaintain
maintain lalntuln that tho Senate Philippine Philippinebill 1hlPllno 1hlPllnobllinvolvs
bill bllinvolvs Involves no Itnaslon hwnllon of tho House Houaerights Houarllhs Houserights
rights rllhs as lS U I extends nn existing cxlatng law to tothe tothe tothe
the Philippines Phippi les and nl1 la 1 not a revenue revenuemeasure rcvenuemensure revemmucoteasute
measure within wlhln the meaning flennln of the con constitution COl commstltution ¬
stitution sttuton In Innny any event tho question qUlstonot qUlstonotthe of ofthu ofthe
the right rIgh of tho House 1OU90 over the sub subject subject subject ¬
ject Is likely Ikly to be discussed on tho thofloor thofoor thelloor
floor of the House Housemooooo houserooooo
foor
9500000 Flro In InDetroit IllchlJnn IllchlJnnDelrolt Michigan MichiganDetroit
Detroit Mich Dee Dee 5rThe 5 Th Thiq main mainbuilding mnlnllldln mainbuilding
building llldln of time Michigan MlchlfnnAlknl Alkali com companys comIlnys coniplinys ¬
panys soda GOlln plant at a a Wyandotte Wnlote twelve twelvemiles toJo toJomies twelvemiles
miles Ilnys mies down the Detroit river from Crol this thiscity thisclt thiscity
city clt was wn completely corptet ly destroyed de troYl by fire fireJ Or
I Ford the theloss timeloss
J U principal IIrlnc11nl owner places
loss at 500000 The he plant was being beingrun bclngIun beingrun
run Iun night nlh t and aut day and nn there were lit 1UOmen 10 litmcmi
men mln at work O1 In Abe building buiding when tho thoIro thoIre thefire
fire Ire was wnll discovered coverct All Al of them escaped escapeduninjured eSCalcdnnnjurel1 escapeduninjured
uninjured nnnjurel1 Seven SoonhUlllrCI hundred men are arotemporarily nrotempotllr aretemporarily
temporarily tempotllr thrown out of work by the thelire timetire
lire 110 The building uldlg will 1 be bl rebuilt rebui soon soonas oonas
as possible The TIm cause of the fire fre Is Isnot 13not Isnot
not known knownNo ImownNo knownNo
No News Newl fJol from Miss SR fitmio fitmioNow tHonoNow StommeNew
Now York Yor < Dec 6 6Tho Tho Nov Henry HenryC leny lenyC
C Haskell Haskel D 1 D superintendent sllorlntcncent silp rintendent of the theAmerican theAmerlcun theArnericait
American mission at Samakov hut Bulgaria HulIlrln hutgarln ¬
garia Ilrln has llut sent the following olowing cablegram cablegramto cnblej11
to the World orld regarding Miss Stone Ston and andMine nnl 1101Mimic
Mine MUl TMIRa TMIRaThere ItliaThere II
There hos been e n no result ns yet yotrom yotromour from fromour fromour
our efforts fortl to ascertain Iscertaln the truth about abouttho abouttho abouttim
tho reports that Miss Ml s Htono and anl Mine MineTsllka MmneTtllkn Imefslka
Tsllka fslka are dead deadIt clul clulI
It I Is II denied that thlt they are In the theKilo thoUlo timeItlIa
Kilo Ulo monastery I do not expect dell dellnlto < leiimute el
mute days nlo eao Information Inrormnton for two or three threednya threoeao threedays
Coal Companies May 1 Combine OonihlnnCincinnati 001111 CombineIncinnati
Cincinnati Clnclnnat Ohio Dec BWth Wlth a aview 0 aview
view to a combination cOIblnnton of all ni the Inde Independent Infepldent mdcpemitlent ¬
pendent coal mining companies com jnle In the thostite theIte thestate
state of West Virginia exclusive xclusl of ofthose otthose ofthose
those In tho Pocahontns PocahonllR Heidi now nowcr nw nwCInlrlet nowcntrohlc
cr ntrolled CInlrlet by tho Norfolk Western Westernrailroad We3ternmlroad Westernrailroad
railroad mlroad mining coal < onl engineers eUlnlerl umKr umKrdirection ul1 imndrdirection r rI1reton
direction I1reton of Cincinnati Cincinnat nnd l 1l No O1V York Yorkcapitalists turkOIRtl YorkcapUnhists
capitalists OIRtl arc Iro now ow at work making mnltlns a athorough ntorouh atiorOughi
thorough torouh examination oxnmlnat of nil ni the mines minesU I1n09 I1n09Il
U Il Is raid 11111 that thatMl Mi1 J P Morgan the IheNew thelew theew
New ew York financier fnancier is the primp mover moverIn Oor OorIn
In lew tho proposed lrposed combination combinationTrolley comblnaton comblnatonI combInationTrolley
I Trolley Trol Conductor CllllHIOI Killed KilledChicago I iChihemiChicago 111 111hao
Chicago Dec 5 5Whle LtShlie While guarding the thelives thelives
lives 1118 of passengers tl sengo In his trolley troloy car carConductor carCoollultor caronduttOr
Conductor Coollultor Michael llhnfIJ J Dunworth DUlworth of the IhoSouth th thSOlth theSoimtli
South SOlth Ifnlstcnd Hnslc 1 strcfl line M lost l st Ills lls life lifeat Ifo Ifolt lifeitt
at lt Il grade crossing cr9slnz last night nightThe nllht nllhthe nightThe
The he car tar northbound was wnl rroftded rroftdedwill crdll crdllwi era aded adedwit
will wi ppopU Topl going Joln tn the tl stock Rto k show Ihl As AsIt s sii
It I approached appron < lNI tho Orand Trunk Trulk tracs tracsat trnusntlortlth
at ntlortlth Fortieth street Dunworth ran ahead aheadto hCr
to see ee If the way was clear cenr clearrermgcr pns pnstcnper lIS lIScfngE
tcnper cfngE train trlln was wn approaching nlJrOehlnl from frOI the lhaoa Ile IleI thepI
oa pI ° t While Whl ho lD howaa was OS still Itl swinging tho thodatgcv thoIlalgE thedaign
datgcv IlalgE signal slgll n switch engine up upprrjchlng lIPprrirhlnl tipprcdehin
prrjchlng prrirhlnl from the th west welt ground Erounrl him to toitQfr toI 10in
itQfr I I In elcht Ih t of tho horrified passen passenger pa pmieeugets el ¬
gets St or Of th the car
QUEEN WILHELMINA WILHELMINAFORCIVES WILHELMINAFORCIVES
FORCIVES HENRY HENRYAl10tnCCl1ent HENRYAiiiioirnceiuent
Announcement Al10tnCCl1ent Made to Allay Alay Public Publc Indig Indignation Indignato 1ndigf1atio1
nation nato and Excitement ExctementP1nces l3xcitementPiinces Princes Rela Relations Relaations ReIations
tions With Wih Court Co t Still Stil Strained S tained
Amsterdam Amstorllnl Doc G GWlh 5With Vlth time vloy vloyof vlo vloot vhotic
of allaying uluYlnl public pUblo Indignation Indlltol anti ox oxCltcnienl oxoltenllt oxItenment
Cltcnienl oltenllt scinlulllclnl 111olclnl Intimations IntllnUons havo havobeon IIVo IIVobaonohculntC limivobeonclrctmlnted
beon baonohculntC beonclrctmlnted circulated to the effect efcct that Qucon QuconWllbelmlna Qcln QclnWlbelnllLa QbeenliVhlhelfltitma
Wllbelmlna WlbelnllLa him I I I forgiven her husband huabiuutPrlnco husbnntt1lllco husbandPrince
Prince 1lllco Henry of tho Netherlands Notherllnds the thesuggestion thesLggeston thesuggestion
suggestion sLggeston being that tho public IJulo ought oughtto
to follow talow suit suitSince lult lultSince suitSince
Since Prlnco Henry returned 1rturMd to toLao Jlct JlctLoo Hei I
Lao the thl queen and n ll ho have been dining tlnlng
together tOlolhor mimi 111 Gradually crnllunly resuming leumlng nor nornml lar larIul nornun
nml Iul nun relations relntol Yesterday YcatCdny they walk walkod 111
od together and afterward afornr1 drove In tho thocagflo thocnlte thecastle
castle park 111rk limo relations Iolntlola botwcetPrince between betweonPrince betweenPrince
cnlte Prince Henry lelry nnd nlll tho members of it time thocourt thl timecourt
court cOlrt are however very strnlnud Itrllul The Theformer fhotorlcr rimeformmwr
former torlcr cordiality CIllhllly has Itmt been IJen replaced rCIIIcell by byan hynn byaft
an altitude nttudc ol lt frigid rrljld politeness oleneJs on 01 tho thopart thopart timepart
part of the prince consort and 111 appnr appnrcntly nlllll nlllllelt tIIflttcmlii
cntly elt cmlii the gentlemen Icntcmen of the court cOlrt are areequally nO areequally
equally 011111 occurrences Indisposed hllsllSe to gloss over Cver recent reccnoccurrences reccntoccurrcnces recentoccurrences
NEW HAY IIAYJAUNCEFOTE = PAUNCEFOTE TREATY REATYoNow I
II
Now Before I the SenateFull SenltcFul TcxtBolli TextDotl Parties Partes to It I DesIre Desirous DcsirI DcsirOiS DesIreoils ¬
oils OiS to Facilitate Pa iiatc Construction Constructon of a Ship Canal to Connect ConnectThe ConncctThe Connectflie
The Atlantic Atlantc and nn PacifiCviNcntrality PncilcNeutrnly Provided For r r
Washington Woshlnlton Dee G rrho Tho new nw Hay HayPauncefole 1 HayPauncefoto
Pauncefole Pnunctte treaty trenl providing tQr tbo tboconstruction tbocon8Uuctol Iboconstruction
construction con8Uuctol of u I capa enllal across Icross tho thoIsthmus tlo tloIathmul th thIsthmus
Isthmus Iathmul of Panama Pnlnma which was pent ont to totha totho tulImo
lImo Senate yesterday estorI11 Is II us IS follows followsTho tolQWtl tolQWtlTho fohluwmTime
Tho United Unlel States aatesot litniesof of America Alnellcn and his hismajesty hisInnJesty hismajesty
majesty Udward WIartl the Seventh of thq
United Unlcc Kingdom WUgllol1 of Great Grlnl Ililtnln Illnll and andIreland In amIdIrelamid l llrelnl1
Ireland lrelnl1 and of time Ilrltlsh Ilrllah dominion dominionbeyond domluloMboyond domniniolmitbeyommd
beyond the Hen King kin and unl emperor of ofIndia qrIndia qfIndia
India being betnU dclrouu rcslrouK to facilitate taciitate tin tinconstruction thl thucoristructlomm
construction constructon of a ship canal to commit committho Cnnc ennctthe < f ftho
tho Atlantic Atnnlc and nn Pacific lnclo oceans bj bjwhatever bt btwhatever b bwhmatcver
whatever route Iouto may ma bo o considered conlldertt ex cxpedlent exiedient I Iletlent
pedlent letlent nnd to that end en to o remove rcmovonn rcmovonnobjeoton any anyobjection nn nnobjectioml
objection objeoton which may Ia arise out Olt of tho thoconvention IlJ IlJconntlon titecunemitiomt
convention of Iho 19th of Apt A1HI April 11 1BDQ 1BDQcommonly l 1Ocommimnoimly O I Iconlnolly
commonly conlnolly called the ClnytonDuly ClmmyonJ3UlVtrtreaty r rtreaty I Itrenty
treaty to the construction conltructon ot Hucli Huclicanal lucl 8ucttcanal
canal cnlll under I tho auspices aU JlcH of the govern government gov guvrnmmmemmt n nment ¬
ment of tho United Unlt c States Htuter wlthoutlrn wlthoutlrnpairing wihout LthoUtimnpumlrlrmg 1m I
pairing palrlug tho general Rllorl principle prllclpll of nou noutrallzfttlon noutrlzllon nontralizittion
trallzfttlon trlzllon established etnlshorlln In article Itclc eight of ofthai ofthat oftimat
thai convention cOI1enlon have for that purpoiie purpoiieappointed plriiolo plriiolo1JJolnlld pmmrjotmeappointed
appointed 1JJolnlld as al their plcnlpotcnllarle plcnlpotcnllarleThe plonlpotenlnlle plonlpotenlnllerhe
The President PIIshlent of tho United Unlell States StatesJohn atntosJohn StatenJohn
John Hay HIY secretary sccletlry ot state of tho thoUnited thoUnlel theUnIted
United Unlel States of America and hH hHmajesty hl hlmajcsty himajesty
majesty Edward Ed wnrd VII 1 ll of the United UnitedKingdom UnitedKIngdom
Kingdom 1 < lnldol of Great Britain and Ind of Ire Ireland 111 111Inld Jhtbuild ¬
land Inld and ntl of the Drltlah Ir1sl dominions be beyond beyon1 beyond ¬
yond the seas king and emperor of In India Indin ¬
din 1111 tho lllght HGht Hon Lord Iauncefole Iauncefoleq PUIIcllol PUIIcllolq
q c C JKUvQ JJt M aJ OII > l3mnJftatys llnlj 1tnnjCy8ndt 1tnnjCy8ndtht1eadOr I s nui nuibdESadOr I
bdESadOr biSadl extraordinary etrc etraurTntmryfind Q r TnL rYi imr ni p minister ministerplenipotentiary 1lllal mninlimt mninlimtplenipotentiary 1 1PlenlpottLry
plenipotentiary PlenlpottLry to th United U let States fiUttBwho StltUI StltUIwho Stateswho
who having1 hnvh1R communicated to each encf oth other othcr otimor ¬
er their full tul powers which were found foundto
to bo In due ue and nl proper farm have havoagreed hnontreed haverugreel
agreed ntreed upon lpon the following tolowlng IUIIr articles articlesAtlTIOLK atlcleslAITIIF aiCheaMiTICLE
AtlTIOLK AITIIF I IThe IThc 1The
The high contracting contrnthll parties agree agreothat agreethat agreethat
that the present preaell treaty trent shall shal supersede supersedethe
the aforementioned nforementoned convention conenlon of the thu19th thl theItim
19th l th of April Apri 1S50 1S50AUTICLR 185 lSOAItTICI41
AUTICLR AUTICIF II IIIt nIt IIIt
It Is agtced that tho canal may mlY be beconstructed heconltructc beconntruetpd
constructed conltructc under the th auspices of the thegovernment thoIocrnment timegovernimient
government Iocrnment of the United Unle States cith cither ¬
er directly cheety at Its Il own cost or by gift giftor
or by loan 1011 of money to tl Individuals Ilvltlnla or orcoropratlons orcoroplatons orcoropmatlons
coropratlons coroplatons 01 through uubscrlptlon uubscrlptlonto uUbserlpton uUbserlptonto
to or purchase Dlrchnae of stock stoe or shares and andthat Inll Inllthat andthat
that subject subJfct to the provisions 110vialonH of the thepresent thoprtlent theiwesent
present prtlent treaty trelty the said government governmentshall govelnment govelnmentBhal
shall Bhal have and Il1 enjoy all al the rights In Incident Incident incldemut ¬
cident to such lueh construction eonsuuclol as IS well wll as asthe usthe astlte
the exclusive right of providing for tho thoregulation thorcguluton theregulation
regulation rcguluton and management of the thecanal thoclnnl thecanal
canal
clnnl I
ARTICLE III IIIThe I IIIThe
The United States adopts ndoptl as the ba basis bnsl9 haala ¬
sis of Unle thq neutralization neutrlzaton of such ship shipcanal Ihlpcanul shipcanal
canal tho following tolowlng rules uubstuntlully uubstuntlullyas uubstimtuly uubstimtulynBembodlod
as embodied In the theconvlnton convention of Con Constantinople Constantnople Constantimmople ¬
stantinople stantnople signed Ih nel the 28th of October
1888 for tCrtho the free trl navigation nnlgqton of thc 8u SUfcnnal Suez Suezcamini < z zcanal
canal that Is to say sayThe
1 The canal illa hall bo free anti onl opon oponto ° rn rnto
to o the thevesseis vessels of commerce antI of war warof wnrot warof
of all ni nations utons observing obsorvlnl these theEa rules rulel on onterms ontermo onterms
terms of otcntro entire equality Clnalt so that thltthere thltthereshul there thereshall thereshall
shall shul be c no n discrimination dlscrlmilaton against nny nnynuch nnyIlchlJUon anymmcii
nuch IlchlJUon nation or Its Is citizens ciizens or orIn luhjI sutitjmcts sutitjmctsiq
of otthe the conditions
In 11 respect coniltons or charges chnrgesor
01 tinfllc tllc or otherwise otwrwlse Such conditions conditionsnnd conditons conditonsnnd
nnd equitable equln charges ble of tralllo trfo shall shal bo Just and andequitable alll alllequln aim aimequitable
2 The canal clnnl shall shal never nvlrbe be block blockaded bI011 bI011ndel bionicacled ¬
aded ndel nor shall 8hnl any an right of war be ex excrclseil excrcls cxcrcisid
crclseil crcls nor mmorny nny Y act of hostility hostity be com committed to toInlted cornmottled ¬
mottled Inlted wihin within It The 1he United Status Statushowever Stateshowever tnt tnthowowr
however shah fhal bo nt liberty Iberly to main maintain 1111 mnalmmtam ¬
tain tam such military mltnr police olee along the ca canal cannl caimal ¬
nal ns ni may In be necessary to protect it itagainst I Itagainst
against nralnRt lawlessness and nl1 disorder r
3 Vessels Vessell of war of a belligerent belligerentshall belg rent rentshnl
shall shnl not rovletual revlttunl nor take nny stonn stonnIn Sto1
In the canal except so IO far as ni may ho hoBtrlclly hoItrlety hostrIctly
strIctly Itrlety necessary nocelsary and the transit trnnRt of ofBuch atAuch ofAudi
Audi vcosels through the canal cnnl shall hal be beeffected 1ecffectod e ectectcd
effected ctectcd with tho least lellt possible p asiblo delay delayFEDERATION dolty doltyFEDERATIN delayFEDERATION
FEDERATION FEDERATIN OF LABOR LABORTwentyfirst LABORTwenlyfrt LABORTwentyrst
Twentyfirst Twenlyfrt Annual Convention Conventon Called Cnlcd to Order Orderby Orderby Orderby
by jumpers In 11 Scranton Scnton PaOrcalr Pa PalOreutrlr Paatrctu1cst
Orcalr Oreutrlr t1trpllniarilKltil Mermimm oflllU1 oflls ICitit Krerllelrt Krerllelrtlit nr leld leldtl
lit tl llio ruimtrytUnii ollr hJ Important Importanttiicitlou 1lllorlAI 1lllorlAIqucllol lmnltorammtQulesthonI
tiicitlou qucllol lo 0 llcu llcuScranton lclu lcluScrnton lIsuiiScranton
Scranton Scrnton Pa ln Dec r itTime Tho twenty twentyfirst twentynrlt twentyfirst
first nrlt annual convention conventon of the American AmericanFederation AmericanFedernton AmericanFederatlon
Federation Federnton of Labor was called caled to or order order ortier ¬
der shortly shorty after ICer 10 oclock ocok this morning morningby mornlnl
by President Samuel Gompcrs nnd tho thogreatest thogrcntest timgreatest
greatest labor convention comenton that has hasprobably ha hasrobabiy
probably 11roblbly over been n held in this coun country country country ¬
try was under way It 1 Is estimated estimatedthat estmutCl1 estmutCl1thlt estiniatcdthat
that thlt 275 i5 delegates delegtcs are In attendance attendancefrom
from this country and nll Europe I urope repre representing repc repcleltnr reprosemmtlng ¬
senting leltnr 1530000 153000 working people The Theconvention ThoconontCI Theconvention
convention conontCI Is held In St Thomas ThonlD Col Collego Colloge
lego 1010 hall hal and ant tho delegates marched to totho totho tothe
tho meeting mcctnc placo In a body bod headed bj bya by bya
a band ot music musicThe musIcTho musicThe
The credentials credentnl committee commite has hts sev several severnl seyoral ¬
oral protests prteat to consider considerThe consldcrhp
The Fht hp convention COIenton will wi bo asked nskcc to take takeaction takacton takeaction
action acton on many disputes dlsputc between betweentrades betweentNtdeK betweentrades
trades that are ntnllated atlnted with wih the feder federation leter leternton tedematlon ¬
ation nton Tho International Inlcrnnton 1 Association AUCclaton of ofMachinist utMachinIst ofMachinists
Machinist has demanded eemanded that the thecharter lhechartr thechrtur
charter chartr ot Uu tl English AIaIQmatI11 A1amgamatt1
In II accordance neodnnco with the regulations rc ulatols In Infoicc Infill
foicc fill CO nnd nlli with only such Intormloiloi Intormloiloius IntelnII IJ
us may mn result from rein tho necessities Ieee altl of ofthe lt ltthe oftime
the service Prizes Jrte shall shll bo I In II nil ul tue tueBUbJect tUIO tUIOQubJect cmxteqsubject <
subject to t the th sumo Sll10 rtiloo as 19 vessels ve910ls of ofwar Clwrmr It Itwnr
war of t the th > belligerents Iwllnerentl
4 4 No belligerent bellletont shall IJI embark cmbalk or ordlssmbark orItlllmbllk
dlssmbark Itlllmbllk troops munitions Iulitonl of f WIl vtr or orI ortiik
I tiik Ilka Ikd mntevluls Iltl lull used u d In tho canal elnal except
In cnso of accidental rlcllieltal hindrance hlUranco of the thetruiiglt Ihotmutl timetrtilisht
truiiglt tmutl and In mich case eall tho transit transitshall trnsit trnsitlull transItItimail
shall patch lull lalch be b resumed rClumed with wih all 11 possible dls dlspalch dil dillalch dlmpatch
6 The lh provlslonu of this thl article nrlclo shal shalapply shli simuliapply
apply prI to waters watrr3 ndjacont Idjnont to the canal canalvlthln cnnnl cnnnlwihin canalwltititm
vlthln wihin three tlrfC marine Ina rlne miles mlel of each end
Vet Vearla fls tllr if if ni of a belligerent bcll erent Khali ha1 not nolremain notOln notlomminin
remain Oln II In II such 11 h walora watorl longer 101Aor than
twentyfour IK irs l nt any nn ono time ex except except cxCept ¬
tme
cept In case CalC of distress dlHtcB9 nnd Inll mint In such suchcase RuchCIIO suchease
case CIIO shall Ihnlleurt dorart aa nl soon SOOI ns n possible po Rltl
but a essol of of
war 101 one 010 bcllgcrenl bcllgcrenlphall behigerentsimimli elgcrcnt
phall simimli hll not IIt deport dellart within twentyfour
hours from from the t 10 departure of a 0 vessel vesselof oslel oslelot
of war of the th other belligerent 1ellflent
6 rite rholllant plant establishments e tnhlshmonta build
Ins and all 11 works ortS necessary neee8sar to ulll the theconslrtlctlon thecomltrUctlln timeconsi
conslrtlctlon comltrUctlln consi rtlctton maintenance lalntllflCO and nld opera operl ¬
then of the cnnnl such Khll bo deemed dcelCI lo tl t
ba I parts pnltl thereof for the purpose Illrposo of this tiul
treaty tront and ld In Inlp1e tlpio of war as In time timeof tmo timeeace
of o peace eace shall MImI enjoy complete Immunity
comlJlete hnnunlY
from Ct m attack attlcl or Injury InjlrY by 1 belllgotentri belllgotentrijhndfrorn beligerent behlgeremmtatn4
jhndfrorn hr1tromota tn4 from nets calculated ellclltd to Impair Imllllr heir heirus hell i
Infuiim 1 tUII gn j us Il part art of o tho thocan timocanalMITICLE canal canalAJtTICLE I IAtWLE
AJtTICLE AtWLE IV IVItll
kl Itll nsroed nlroe that no change chn t of terrl
tonal sovereignty Ieielmty or I of International Internationalrelations IntQrntoMI
relations ehllbns of the country coultry or countries COlntrlei
traversed laolsed by b tho bcforcment betoelentlond bcoreimientionemj toned canal canalnhnl cnnll cnnllslnl canalshin
shin affect nfect the Ronernl Rcnerl principle of lt onu
ttnllzatlon UCI1atol or the obligation oblgaton of tho elU high
conti tltlctnl c trent treaty > mmtiactIg acting parties pnrtes under unrer the present presentAimciiE
AimciiE V VThe VTho VThe
The present treaty shall Rhnl be ratified
by the President of the United States
by y and with tho advice and tnltet consent ltatca ltatcay of
the Senate thereof amid by his Brltun
nip ni majesty IIeHy nnd the nlt ratifications Drlun shall
rntncntol
bQ exchanged Ixehnngel at Washington Wnlhlngton or at shal Ton
dnn dOI at the earliest caifest possible time within
six months from tho date hereof
In faith fnlh whereof the thp respective reRlccte pleni plenipotentiaries pntpot pientpotentiarlos ¬
potentiaries pot en tn rica have hn signed this treaty
hereunto hlreunto alllxod alxot their seals taty
Done In duplicate dujllcato at Waiihlnglon tim thl
18th day of November In the year of
our Lord lorl ono thousand nine Ilno hundred huudret
nnd one oneSeal oneSenl oneSeal
Seal JOHN HAY IA Y
Seal Senl PAUNCKFOTJ3 PAUNCKFOTJ3Following PAUNCEFOEFolollnl 1AUNC1rOTEFoiiovlng
Following Folollnl is the letter leter of President
Roosevelt transmltttlng transrltUn the th Presllent treaty to i
the Senate SenateTo Senn te teTo
To the Senate SenateI i
I transmit for the advice and consent consentof I
of tho Senate Snnteto to Its ratification Iallciton nnt eonlent eonlentot a con ¬ I
Ioon
vention enton signed November 18 1001 by
the respective I Rpectve plenipotentiaries of tho
United Unied Stales amid nndOrelt Great Britain to
facilitate tncltnte tho construction conltructon of a ship
cnnnl to conneqt the Atlantic Atantc and Pa Pacific PacHIc ¬
cHIc clc oceans by b whatever route may mn la laclc bo boconsidered bucOlllclerl itocoflmiidrcti
considered cOlllclerl expedient and Inr nni to that end
to remove lelove nny an objection oblecton which may
arise out of the convention CIentQn of April prhl rl 10 I 101bo
1SCO commonly called calel the ClaytonBui ClaytonBuiwer
wer treaty to the construction construoton of such suchcanal rmohcnnallnlllr suchcanal
canal cnnallnlllr under the tl0 auspices aUtvlce of the govern government govr governmmient ¬
ment Ilnt of the United Unlct Stolen Stotl without wihout Im Impairing hmpnhiIng ¬
pairing 11111 the general Reneal principles of neu neutralization IU IUtrnlznton neutrahizatlon ¬
tralization trnlznton established esta1hell In n article nrlclo 8 of ofthat ofthM ofthat
that convention convnlQn I also nIJoenoJe aisoonelose enclose n 1 report reportfrom repolt repoltrLom reportrein
from rein the secretary lecrotny of state mibmlttlng Ruhmltng
the convention conventon for my m consideration considerationTHKODOnB ronHhlerton ronHhlertonTHJODOrm consideratlommS
S THKODOnB UOOSRVELT
THJODOrm nOOHFVI I
1001 White House 10uoe Washington Wnlhlnlton Dec Drc 4
1001Tho
Tho Th text of Secy ecy Hays report upon upontho uponthl uponthe
the thl treaty trelyns ns made rrll to the President Presidentwas lr IInt IInts
was s also transmitted transmlttc to the Senate but butthu butthe butthe
the language InngunRc Is I practically plctcnly the same RalE as asthat nsthnt asthat
that In II the Presidents 1le8l rn ts letter loter of trAns tranamltttal trAnsmlttnl transmitttal
mltttal mltttalSociety mlttnl mlttnlSolot mitttalSoelaty
Society of Engineers l Machinists etc
bo annulled nlnulcl ammoulledIt i iIt
It I Is enli the Kiotherhood of Carpen Carpenters Carpenters Carpeimters ¬
ters will Wi demand dellnd the tinnullment Innulhnent of tho thocharter thocharter thecharter
charter of if the Amalgamated Wood Woodorkerii
orkerii union unionThe Inlon Inlonhe ummionTime
The he International Jlternlonnl Tile 10 Layers union unionwill unlolwi unionwill
will wi demand tlhlnd Jurisdiction jumlllcton ore the Mo Moaalo 10 Moattic
attic 110 Workers WOlklrl union UIUI and the thl electrical electricalworkers electrlcolworkcrs electricalworkers
workers will wil dispute Ilsplta the raht 13ht of gas gasand gasttnd
and dUlt 1111 steam Itlal pipe pipeThcto pltleJholo piliejlmeto fitters fter to run rn electric con cor ¬
Thcto will wi bo n general genorl contest over overthe lJar lJarthe overtime
the question 11estou of trade autonomy atonOI The Thelarger Tuemarger rhoiarler
larger iarler unions will wi Insist Insilt upon the right rightto
to form mixed unions under unler their own owncontrol owncontrol owncoimtroi
control where wlJ rc thc workers In other olhorrades othorrals otherrades
rades are employed Ilploye The fhl deliberation deliberationof delberaton delberatonot
of ot the gathering juthrrlng are secret eret and nn the thrdelegates theIlelegntts tlmcdelegates
delegates Ilelegntts may ho here her ten days davsIn dlVS dlVSIn daysIn
In the hall hal the band played Iln Dixie Dixieis Dxlo Dxlos
is s an opening overture the southern southerndelegates louthern louthern1elegnel niutherndelegates
delegates 1elegnel heartily henrtly applauding and nndwhen ant andwheim
when n moment ronlnt lat Illtr r the thl ho band banr struck struckup
up 111 The Star Spangled Bpuule1 Banner nil al the thedelegates thololoftel theleiegates
delegates loloftel rote rll O to ihclr feet feetChairman tcet feetCimairommin
Chairman Devliv of the loial 10al com committee commlteo cootznitteu ¬
mittee mlteo of arrnngonerits 1rnncnerts welcomed the thedelegates theIelogat timecleloate
delegates Ielogat to Serauton 5Iflt and nne extended < limo thohospitality 11 limohospItality
hospitality h05111nlt of the thp thousands thousnntl of organ organIztd orlln orllnIzed organizd
Iztd worklngmm w rklnl11n at the Lacknwanna Lacknwannannd 1ckawnnnl
and Wyoming Womll valleys aley President Pr l < ent Goin Goinpera Golnper Goimipers
per responded respondedAfter re reslumittleilAftertho IIIH111
After Aftertho tho imming nnnlnr of the various varlOl1 com commlttfcd commlteNI conimitteemi
mlttfcd mlteNI the list I t ol delegates was rea real relland realand < i iand
and the morning session l sslon closed closedTho closedTh closedTimO
Tho Th SninMicr fmaAhcrl Mnll MnllTopcka In RUlllrol Smmpentls SmmpentlsTopeka
Topeka Kansas lan1ns Dec C 1CLrle LCatr1e Coirle Na Nation Nnton Natlon
tion ton the th Kansas Jointsmasher today todayannounces ton tonannon todayannounces
announces annon es the suspension of her paper paperthe Ilaperth laperthe
the th Smashers Rmnlher Mnll Inl The paper 1a er was wnsstarted waoBtartMllout wasatartEd
started dta BtartMllout dlnotpay not about pay a 0 year yel ago J She says 18 It Itdta Itdlnotpay itdlnotpay
MORE WIRES FOR FORWESTERN FORWESTERN FO FOWE8TEflN
WESTERN UNION UNIONMore
More Lines Lnes Between n I p Omaha Don Donvor DonI Donvor Dartvar
vor Bolso andjSalt on Salt Lake LakeADDITIONAL laker
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ADDITIONAL ADDIJlNAI A FACILITIES FACILITIESColonel iC1b ACLllmH ACLllmHColulel l E ECoicliel
Colonel Colulel J J IMclinpuul Ilelu Iicltti 11111 ititil f Nlllorhltllll NlllorhltllllL t4iiperiimtcmmil t4iiperiimtcmmilslit ii > erliitrml erliitrmlcut
cut L uranus IroI ln111 anl on 1 limo Ilu 1 1IIIIrono 1IIIIrono10uli mil Immitroit Immitroitlimozil nm nmniuiili
niuiili 10uli Ilittt 11 Aro troIIItImL ro Iniiiiiiiinilril IniiiiiiiinilrilColonol 11II r llllf1 llllf1r llllf1Colonal tmtnlttl tmtnlttlColonel
Colonel J J Dickey Dhck miporlnlondtmi miporlnlondtmiof OIIJrlnIPILInl OIIJrlnIPILInlor
of tho third ill UiaCof IllstrlUtlot Uw th went wentdivision wl1nlpl1 wl1nlpl1dlvllol nt rt rttilvisloim
division dlvllol of time WWfirn rf Qtit1n n Union tale Telotfrnph rei reiIrllh talegraph
graph Irllh company ollnn and nlrtUVIlnttnd puporlnnndent 11 II illlrooks IIHroolR IIflrooks
llrooks of time Denver JOlvi district tttrlel arvlvw arvlvwthis nrlllel nrlllelthis turvliedtimis
this morning ICnlnu from CIOI tho East Enll o OV uvm r tin tinUnion thl thl1nlon hutljimloim
Union 1nlon Pacllk1 puclnl nnd ult teulitured glturet at tinKwitsford tin tnu1lltsrorll timeitutitstormi
Kwitsford 1lltsrorll They he W0r > at alice onlo valiei valieion vmtkedelm
Tnltord Itorll of C UK UKcity timecity
on 01 by Mnimger Inlniel J Ut Iii 1J
IIciy city ciy olllcoB olcl with wih whoin hOII they thc Wen clup clupclod dwOtll1 ilusottii
clod mosl 110t of time niOrnjnfr Col Dlnkj Dlnkjslated 1inkystated rk rkRtltct
slated Rtltct that tho W Weattt sati 8t n Union had Jin Jinconilekd JUII JUIICOllllctd jtitcommtpleted
conilekd COllllctd BtrlngliiR ItrlnsllGi1nCw iinev coppor wlrl wlrluiWel wire wirebowcen ln lnbeiwren
beiwren uiWel Denver nnd nlt Salt lllt Lake and UUI li linow 19 19IW Ismutil
now IW tmmglng HLIIHIII an Iimgilmg ono 010 fipni Uotil Omahi ic bulLuke Stilt flll StiltLmtlc
Luke LIII Moreover time lh company COIIJIY la cant vnmtletlng lII lIIreluH cantletitmg <
tletlng reluH the olrlnglng Itllllnj of u 1 No 8 I iron Iroiwire Irol Irolwlro ironWire
wire from main Halt tllt Lake Jnlce to Uolsc 10110 All 1 lila thliwill thll thllwi lilalui
will wi lui bo n a great Ireut addition u llol to the farll farlltlcH farll fuIIltics
tics tel offntcd for tOlSnl cm Halt Lake Ilu btwlnowi btwlnowithe UMIIH 11 11the mia miatime >
the f MH o oi iv vice I Ic co will wi bo o mote IPe extend xteIJI > I din dinhotter In1 In1IleUel rtmmd rtmmdbullet
hotter than thll ever before boot Col Ulcki UlckiBald Dldt DldtHI11 JItkysmthl
Bald HI11 the th Western Union Unl n wan fully fulv ullvilo al ullvi titoto
to tho Importance Imllorunco of t Bait alt Ink I its itsctInmnor rminmutrial r ict1Imnodnl
minmutrial ctInmnor e1al renter clter unit that tim mit IuyJtln IuyJtlnwould Ilrrhlnwoull u Imig Imigwoukl
would woull bo done to glvotho glvq time noujtlf f th thclly Ihi Ihicty I hil hilcity
city cty uiiBurpansed 11111llnuell fncllllo Cnoiit Oi for dn dnbusiness IIinl
business Imshwl as a far tnI as nl lokgraphli t ltJllphle ftiMIlo ftiMIlowere ta udliiwelc Ii Iiwore
were welc concerned Doth he and Iml Bupt Buptnrc RUplntfs Supt1ri1cs
ntfs nrc all hero leN lo tl meet leot Col iiuv 110111 iewmy iewmyt ry rycn
I cn president and nUt general BUporntuii BUporntuiident IUernll supcmnmimdciii <
dent of o the tle company cI1111nlY who will wi bn li litown In IntCwn itttowA
town tCwn tomoirow tOllOTOl In II the company elmllnl i i pil pilvale pl imiatc
vale Itu atc car Klectrlc Bcctllcon on route oust pa t Col ColClovvcry Co al alChmwery I IClolory
Clovvcry has been bct1 for or some IOIO iluio li liCalifoinla 11alromlo luI
Califoinla I alromlo a looking loolllS over the t lie Mtuaton Iltlatolll altuat aim hi hithai inthat
thai tlOl state and nne wont ont west ot over olcr the Ihcscuthrrn Ihosuthrr thesoutiwrmi
scuthrrn suthrr hues Incs Col DIckey was askcil askcilwhat n nskilmat
what lmat the th company COlpll was doing dnlllt with wih Hit Hitold tho timeoi1
old oh Dfseicl DsCct Telegraph Tolegrph nntt lnt mmnt hesafcl hr aUld thai thaia thatI
a I good ooll deal tcal of tho wire wire linu hnl tipen pIn train trainfenod 1111 tmammsferret
ferret tcl1 to o time th companys COIIIYS regular lellhr iulcs iulcsnnd 1lmloml lalescmiii
nnd Unit tho old 01 line ln bolwcon Juai and nmlHI tnl anditt
HI OCCIRO Oet r was being bcllUII beingtmsed used as os of old oldTCXUB oldHAVING oldrJIXUS
HAVING MANIAC MANIACfIUS
TCXUB Fiifirltlvo JUA1lvo Kroni Irill lustleo f ustco Ooo GoesMud Oootll OooMittt
Mud tll nt ClioyciiiK1 ClioyciiiK1Special Chl3ctw Chl3ctwSpecnl C103cuIiueISpecini
Special Specnl to the News NewsCheyenne NewACheoln Newsi Newsiiitcyommnt
Cheyenne Cheoln Wyo JQc 1e QC C GHI 5ltiil Hill Htarr HtarrIbe Itarr t4tnrrthe
the fugitive tlsttC from tromTQxna Texas arrested ull ul u atIgtratnio t tl4ralnlo
l aratnlo l4ralnlo two tWI wcoka wooklIC WGOICIIYRC1 it en anil wm lie liecnmo 19Camo itscumo
cnmo a raving rvine manlno Ilnnlno In his ceil nnl nnluctrd itmilacted 1111Ictrtl
acted like n wild be hlllst 8t wns ovipow ovipowcrod Joipowcrctl IIjOW IIjOWcrrd
crod last lIt night und IUJlIwnn wan taken to the theInsane timeimisano
Insane asylum aA lum When the ofllcoiH 111 111pen 111plnl11 imp imppeamccl
pen plnl11 rod to tak Starr out of o lila cell the thenimlno the11l1nllo thetilttmitmo
nimlno betttmo fnirtlo for live hours hoursho h01I1hI imourtime
ho ran about tho cage battering hlltte > rlng 10 10Iron t0Iron e eIron
Iron bars with hIs bend hands and tp11 tp11ummitli net netuntil pctuntil
until exhausted vlen olllcprs jUMomlInto jUMoml JUIl9p11Into jUmipnilimito
Into the cell nnd enveloped the prUonoi prUonoiIn JII t11I1 t11I1n
In n a blanket even then time It requlioil the thecombined thecomblncd timecoumbinod
combined strength of four men to hold holdthe hullltho holdtIme
the miinluc miinlucYMO mnnll1cY
YMO Y M O A BANQUET BANQUETAiniiml I NQUWl NQUWlAUllllnl
Ainiiml Function Tnkos Place Next NextWcok NextWeckMeimiborhhim rxt rxtWcokMrl1llJcrshItIIIIClcnslllg
Wcok WcokMrl1llJcrshItIIIIClcnslllg WcokMrl1llJcrshItIIIIClcnslllgfho WeckMeimiborhhim Mcinlcralili > Incvcnsliifif IncvcnsliififThe 1uciensIuirime
The Y M 1 C A will ili iv week from fromtonight frolntonight fromntcnlgimt
tonight hold Its annual membership membershipbanquet IJ1lmbel8hljbnnquet membershipbanquet
banquet Hecrclury Axton xlon Btnled lo loday 10c1ny today
day that It would bo the biggest one oneever Ollecer oneever
ever hold by b tho association In this thiscity thlllelt thiscity
city elt Time iJtal membership m to dale la t
127 nnd It Is expected that It t will be beInercaPifd beImwmcasod
InercaPifd to 600 00 during tho next week wrckTho weekrhe rrekrite
rite sporetnry slated today that tho thomutteis timemmiatttits
mutteis of the association are In ex excellent cxcollemmt ¬
cellent condition and that ho hopes hopesthat Imopeshint
that next year the membership l11em erahlp banquet banqueimay banquetmn bamuluetmay
may mn bo held In n new building owned ownedby oWllcdit ownedimy
by it the association n There li consldn consldnable tonshlflablo tonshirable
able chance of that happening hup enln too tootnid touMill tooSaid
Mill he Tonight the board of directors directorsmeet 1IIIectorsII1Ct dIrectorslmiet
meet to discuss means of extending the theiniHiuiKY theInllucnct timenmhimeneo
iniHiuiKY of the asocial IlCJclation Ion and of In Increasing IncreallIn Increasing ¬
creasing Its facilltcs The board con conBsts COIHilts conants
Hilts ot I Frnnk Pletc Walter allor C C Lyn LynDr 111DI lyimDm
Dr Ilumimr > I 1j Dr Silver C S WllkfR WllkfRH
H U Tuttlc HudRon Smith S U Wood WoodJ
J U 1 Pflne P h1J Pranii Stevens and an Thomu ThomuAVelr ThomnlfWeir TimornamiWelt
Weir AVelrIJSTIMATMS WeirI WeltHST1Mtlii4
IJSTIMATMS I 8 putt NVY N Y VAIU8 VAIU8Twenty lAltIJSlwol1t 1tIIiSTiventy
Twenty lwol1t OliO and amnin n Half Millions MillionsWanted MllllolJsllIlell Mhiiioiuimitrmteti
Wanted llIlell to maintain Them ThemWashington TimemumWashington lholllWnshlllton
Washington Dei 1 el 5Thc rapid rapidKrowlli rapIdgrowll1 rapidgrowth
growth of Die navy unV Is the ilka at up upby upI Imputy
by I Hour Admiral Ilmlleott chief nf the thebureau IheIlIftla thetatreaum
bureau of yards amid n 1111 docks to Justify Justifythe JII uty utythe
the submission of cstlmaUB l thnat A for the themaintenance theIIIllntranll timetnnhntinanet
maintenance of the navy yards url1B and andstnllons nnllRlntloll antistations
stations nOd Improvomtnts aRgregat aRgregatIng aR rClat
Ing J21KCro3 lie admIts that thise thiseHtlmntos thpl8Htmntos thisentlrnntes
Htlmntos are much beyond the limit limitsupposed IImllIIUlIIORe1 ilmnitsUpnosed
supposed probable Ilro nhle when hlo the current currentappropriations rurrentnplJlOprllltions currentapprupriattnnit
appropriations were mad but dcclnrifl dcclnriflthat dcllIrlAthu deimmni5timat
that nil the works named J1rame are consid considered consldered considered ¬
ered necessary necessaryThe neCCMnrThe
The estimates for tho various navy navyyards nav navnrds navyyards
yards nrds are ns follows followsPortsmouth tollowPprlmouth followsPrtsminUtii
Portsmouth N II J10I7S75 1011 t75 cthl cthlInclUlles thlt thltIncludes tiiiincitmdes
Includes 500000 for a now 11Q floating dry drydock tlrydock drydock
dock Boston no ton J1570000 l ioMO naval nlllllonl coal de depot tl tlpot IePt ¬
pot nhodo Island 200COO naval nla nlatlon IItntl statIon
tlon tl n Now Ne London IMOCO N Nel Yoi <
3475000 Lcncue Island JT4I 4t3liQ 4t3liQWnshlnrlon 4l3iOWashington S10 S10Washington
Washington J fJ2OOO 20oo Norfolk i mil Ml
000 Charleston harle ton JIOOOM SIfO 000 Key I West WestJ9SCOO West93C0O
J9SCOO Pensacola JDrSSOfl S OO Algiers La
359000 Mare Island J < 8t7CO PUtt PUBIPound PUttSounI IugtSound
Pound Jl16DKOO San Juan J3fil3000 J3fil3000Tululla CI3000 CI3000Tutullll Gl3OO0Tutuiln
Tululla JinsOM SO OOO Cavlto Cnvl 3S1OCO O Olon Olongapo Olonn110 Olongapo
gapo Jl443000 duam 12300 12300In 12100In
In addition to tlntc thl Items the > report reportasks rlporln reportasks
n asks kll an npproprlattan tlJ1prlJllrtn tlon of JlOROOftO to tocomplete toclJmJIltc tocomplete
complete th the four dry 1 docks nt Ports Portsmouth Portsmouth Iortsmnaumtim ¬
mouth noslon League Island 1 lanll nnd nndMare nnllInre authMare
Mare Island IslandAn rslrandAn IslandAn
An engineering feature ot the report reportIs
Is a recommendation that all of the thepower theJowr thepower
power plants In the navy yards be con concentrated concentrated on oncentrntecl ¬
centrated centrntecll centratedIreuimptctl centratedIvtomptcd
Ivtomptcd l from Tnimnco Duct DuctWashlnKton nUfWnshlnltton luiesnshlngton
WashlnKton Dec D t 6 5Mr Mr Clmmber Clmmberlain ClnmblrInll1 Cimntberlain
lain the commissioner Comml lonfr of navigation navigationlias anviat Ion Ionhas
has Issutd 1 n circular In whlnh whlnhirs coit coit01s
01S of customs throughout ut the theIFales tnhte tnhtetFates nlh1 nlh1tSat
IFales tSat s are directed to wmpt wmpttrom exsm it P8 esIs esIsfrotmu I Itrom
trom the Philippines arriving In Incountry thl thlcountrr flits flitscountry
country of tonnage tax tmu l Ivl lvied vled vledauthority d tinder I1nlenuthorlty tinderauthority
authority of the act of U85 V MIIIS MIIISnrrhlnlt s sIsarriving U Uarriving
arriving from foreign ports via the thePhilippines 1M1hl1ll1plnl8 timePhilippines
Philippines or visiting Isilingforeljtl foreign purls purlsivhlto prtswhile rls rlswhllo
while on a voyage vOI e from tho th Philippines Philippineslo
to the United Platen arc ar Mill subject subjectlo
to the tax This action Is i InVcn tll en un unler ontier
tier the th authority lthorlt of the thJ rec r rtCSnt c nf n i1ocIons i1oc 111elol1l
Ions of the Supreme Coutr In the Phil Philippine PhilSpplne PhilIppine ¬
ippine caief 01
f SHUT Ul1lL Ul1lLUT OVIALLUTAHSIIEEP = JO
UT UTAHSIIEEP AM SHEEP MEN MENIGigantic MENGigaiilic
Gigantic Combination formed Ot1ned at a Rawlins to o
Exclude Herds Froni FrordRed
Red Desert
eselt Winter Win Viltater IVIjiatei ¬
ter Ranges RangesLe Lease se U UI p PI Lands
U
1411IJIl1 to time News Newsh NIWIJh811110 NthYaimeyem
h h811110 y nno Wyo Deo G GA A IrlglHllIaomlllnntou gigiuimflQUfltIJiflfltIflfl jlgiiiiila jlgiiiiilaoniblnatmn
oniblnatmn In being farmed at Hawi HawiInn tC1W1 tC1W1InH a1vZ a1vZIns
Inn by tho nhoepincn of what Is known knownan im lv lvUN
UN tho Siveetwalci I eetalll country cuulIl fog to tho 1111 imumPosh > ur urpoufi >
Posh of i x6iiulin QxclulhnH ilockmnstcrs from fromVtnh CromUtnh trolmiUtah
Utah flit loenl cattle men from romu on oncicaching cncluilchhll encIOaeiiIti
cicaching cIOaeiiIti upon tmf > ui what IH known as usred th tM tMrultlJsllrt i id >
rultlJsllrt red d d stut wlnlPi iMiigos In Swuotvmtcr Swuotvmtcrfiunty SWlolwltcrcuunt SiveotYAtretiumity
fiunty cuunt It Is proposed ItOIOH tI to lease ami buy buyfroii buyrNI buyfremm
froii rNI tha Union Pnciflo pcl11oQvcr avery utter nlternulo nlturIIIlto uttermutlo
nulo Mellon ownrd oWIlrclIW by tho company c n pllnY und undtluivby un unthOldl aim1thereby
thereby oontrul comm I lui approxlniatoly lJCOOOl lJCOOOlatrtfc 1S I Iecrts OOI OOIiluell
atrtfc IIr if tho flnoat wlntui I feeding feedingwound IccltlnirIIOuIIllin fecdimIifcmommmmtl
wound IIOuIIllin in tho Wont U Is HoliI that lII tiuitIor tiuitIorIttitI lor lorUIn or orny
UIn ny yeaiu eammj the Hiiocptnon of t UtahliaVo UtahliaVoIluii ltllllilvQWUn
Iluii iuuI wIntering lliclr flocks 110cJ in thojtd thojtdIe tlIO twjcdJeemt t tdllvl
Ie Jeemt ert driving dllvl tin Bhoop bnfk ba homo 11 lno in ininue mtnne mitImmmte
inue tu escupo lilt > in Imil collci COIl colleterti PIJ torn H Ttaluckmaitein lhlllCkma Tta tlioekmnsstemzi
luckmaitein lllCkma terCl hal frcnuantl como III IIItoniiiut luonlIot hitonm1ict
toniiiut with Wyoming nhwpmert ftnil ftnillimtf lU lUlilpul IItI IItIimavo I
limtf havo boon tIme result Locnl Locnltuttuincn Wcntullllnwn LOcmdtmttiClmitn
tuttuincn have also al Q catrled on onlt n war waraftjlnst witr011111I8t warmuillmst
aftjlnst local anri Iln foreign slicepmen slicepmendead
dead ll lld liiua have boen hell drawn and there
Ills b
n
mOte or 0 leu
t teiliatCr hAttr Ot Jcd IroULle on tIt t
De
1Hzi jttsln rt r
rtlmCe he 0
nil of o thoJaniJ ho ian
0111 ml th theta 1I1 conlrol ° 1Vhlt vhi till 1I11Q
01 ho n1trnMo
ernl11elll EQr
8cel1oh9 tht he
Id sheeplnen
full
lull
away nhS aim
r raxm 1Jtit
L1 L1f to nn nnlirnu a aAn tn tnlIntltmllt confilrlf Ilill
ItEQ ai An lIntltmllt to t 1 t1 O thr WAS ur Illude Ly Ihe t1m htep
al fen tblJUgh land Ih rallbut fsii but lLo tt
ml the Owing tothu to the raUutt
comlJllny W y lo Ill Tatka k satllt
lirnu htlll3Th ttrmmisThit f1Iafato tol
Th Thit shet 5imeepi0
thJ lalld Jncn tbo rO ropoe One to Ie iese
110 I frerelltho offered the railroad
tiny tI IL
tlllo ot
1
cent
entJICr
It ClCtt
OO or
I r tlt for time land
Time
Cemlion ll1on Ima prOp
lIas
b
lite
e4 ilr
Ired
to
Omabannd Ommuima
ii 1 and It
eXp expvCtttl cteti
the th ueal
1117 or o lomorrow WJI bo c1u o tQ to
jtao aJO 111000 fhecomblnntloq 11
1t4 t per acre aM n8eSI mtniben memb
nnnilm
for
mhp b < p rued CCI7 3000 Im1I01 imesj ot
th hlarcoim reojl I1PPUC
bv LhY been plIcatltt nUchi
l1Ied
tor Q1 Additional truc
these 11I ba
Icasedna
tilit
at the Ar r
Unfementa rlln ca Lnompletcd
DR CLARK STRIKES snaost A RICH MINE MiiI
t
Former I ornier Salt Laker Discovers DfscovcrsBcsl Bes I Prospect in Gold Ever vcr Encoun
tcred in Wyoming Assay Ass yfpces Goes 518000 180000 I8OO 10 the TonTwo TonTwoOther TonTwoOthcr ToT ToTOilier
Other Utah AienSaid lcnS 1 lo be Interested Also
1
1 r rSpecial i iRllcclnl
v
Special I to the News NewsCheyenne Ne a aCheyenne lH lHGhlonll
Cheyenne Wyo Dec DceiDr DceiDrInrli GDr OC OCHark Cq
Hark formerly n practicing physician physicianIn IlhY8Icl IlhY8IclIn
In Salt Lake and assocIates have bttV4hi bttV4hicovered dis discovered I Icovercll ¬
covered tho richest mlclme gold mind1 Jtlln ever everfound v vfound 2t
found In tho state and hnvo imav been offered offeredtfo000
tfo000 cash for to the property prtmper A yeaf yeafngo y yu yunec r rnllO
ngo Dr I Clark relocated tho Abnndoli Abnndolimine AJL Abnndmmnlmw lllitI lllitI11I1110
mine In tho John dlntrlct thirty thlrtyml thlrtymlHouthweet rnllefl rnlleflHouthwcst nmlI nmlIsouthwest
southwest of Larnmle and fourimlles fourimllesnnrth foiirmnlIIFtith
nnrth of the Colorado Hue and sunVa atTnc nk a
I
batt tlr t1ufly nly f ttet l from thonbandoned tho abandonea
lIorklngft tftl At I dc depth tb 01 letlth lee thn n IIltr fttt
II
boJy or
ore WQS wa uncovered that
rm aUay am IttUrrm turn ot 18000 11old to
Ih lbs Lon
lCmpaUT haa been
orllQlllJfd
an aui IOOO Worth of ot stock 80I Eighty
thousand dollars will nt OriN lM belat r nt
for
mAchinery 10 develop tho thorroeny H CI1Y
xperts wh hohkle have ttllmlnrdtbt cIAmiid tbs nIne
fay It Is the biggest 11 t the Wcst cttslde
ot CrIpple l Cr Creek CreekTwo lc
Two other Salt lake men are ftreSalltg kali 8ldlo <
t K lniorc Intorested l Mlh 1ltbDtClark Df Clark Q1 HI thlr h
amej l4me cannot Is b JeMlltd
MiNER KILLED MLLEFCBY 7 I f inri J JjW wnafi m Ill i ASNiWsLii ASNiWsLiif A AEugene 1 SNO1VSLID SNO1VSLIDtugetie
f
+
Eugene Humphries a nMinerSt Mineral Miner i t Sensation Mine Near BrightenCaught Brighten Brighteni Brightonatiglit
Caught in an AvalancIiejflJ A vnlin r llceod His Life Snuffed Out Outlie Outt Outlie Outtie
t
lie Was Ward VHr d of the Danger DangerI
I
Special to tho NowI NowIIIrlghtoll Ncwllrlgiitoum
llrlghton Dec L tlucel Kugeno o Hutiiphrlei Hutiiphrlein 1tul Ilumapliriea PIlf1 r
n miner employed nt tho Soii6atSnTn Soii6atSnTnnear SI1i SumsmutiniI SumsmutiniIhoar lt Iror ml1IB
near Silver Luke wns 119 killed yesterda yesterdaafternoon yetemdtyafternoon caterlll11attornoOIl
afternoon by a snowBllde Time nl ni ummeimai ummeimaiquit ifha ifhaquit 1 ai
1 1quit
quit working at tho upper worldti wbrfiiiVr wbrfiiiVron uvoriciiiiomi l lon
on account of the danger 11111EOrot of A1 o owimen sfliJ sfliJwhen i I Iwhrn
when Humphries undertook to r retina retinafrani lun lunfrom utl utlCrom
from the lower woi workings kings to got a can canillestlek cmttmilesticlc 1
illestlek Ills comrades tried to pcrmiail pcrmiailhim PQr portmwhim 10 l nJ nJhim
him him not to tm go II but later he hUIIIII slipped > iiciI iiciIunoIJ ti tiunohseivcd fl flUflolsetVCd
unohseivcd unoIJ cleJ lie was mIssed eventual eventualand ucmt ovtmmUnlyand nly
and an he did dldMt not return a party IJnrtystirlJ stark starkCHUNK startijCIWNK
1 1OHUNK
>
CHUNK GETS G lS THIRTY DAY DAWAlltircu1 DAYAllc 1AYAlleged
Alleged Allc < etl Illacknmllpr B1 kmnllcl Sentenced Icnfo eLt on OlSHIi OlSHIiAuotllm Slti SltiAiiottifir S1 S1Aiiottict
Aiiottifir Clinrjfc ClumTgehum
4t 4tIn < Cj CjIn
In the ease of Ernest Crook charged chargedwith chiue4with chgewith
with carrying I a concealed weaponlki weaponlkidefendant wenIIQ weimpomi Lhl Lhlclerenclllnt ti tidofendnmtt
defendant this afternoon announiti announitithat flnrittlnLl flnrittlnLlthat
that Iw hI wished to withdraw his h lml lmlvita si fornfe fornfepita ih 1
pita 11 11 of not guilty lo that tllI t of BUlltyVlfii BUlltyVlfiicouiidol SUII itmllthl itmllthlcoumisci I J Jcoun
couiidol coun el Judgo J Pardee suscstud d tlut lut lutI
1 somali fine would meet m et the ends rf rfJustice cljustice itjustice
Justice ns well as a heavy heMyone one onesluled CIk CIkIIttel1 CrcustmteI
sluled that ho Will > preparing t ttown tolinl tolinltown to leue leuetown
town and was as taking the sun ulllo l lIt to VLci VLciII
It nay with Ihe rest re t of his hlslhh1iS hlslhh1iSwlltll Uilnjs Uilnjswhtn thmImSwhen
when arrested arle led He further urtl1crthl said he i iM lul lulno
no 21 Intention of uslnji usln It amid nndnddcd added 1hI 1 1had Iittil
had plenty of opportunity to usoiitlt usoiitltI u use Jedt it 1
I hail wanted t1lNI to toflic totie
f
tie court pontenced him to p pay ya yanne
line ofWO or 30 or serve thirty days athtrJ athtrJlabor ar atimgjlabor hitJ hitJInbor
labor III tho city clt Jail > Ht n nNEWOttGAN HNgW
t Ht
4 4NEVORGAN t
NEWOttGAN NEWOttGANInstrument NgW NEVORGANhlstluluelit OUGAN OUGANInslrulllcnt
Instrument for St StPtui1 runls phnrclt hnr l R Rpeeled Jtpeeled f flmeCtOl <
peeled to Arrive This iw Week Weekaho eeIc eeIclimo k kn koi n
oi oiIhe
limo new St t Pauls organ organlsq Is luela luelathis hhthis ota otathlA
this city this week and on Its ItffJIt artial artialwjll mhai mhaiiJIl 1 1JII
wjll JII be set up with all the th expetlliion expetlliionpossible cxpet expetlijxihOssibId Ib1l Ib1lIOSRlbll1
possible Time specincntlons l specmfleatio5atrumnunt of orit the l la lahtrumcnt 1 1IitrUIrllnt
htrumcnt are as follows followsof followsScala
i iScalD
ScalD of manuals C C to toc ccc cdci tl < SI SImuotes I Inot Inot8
not not8 scale of pedals l lalll CCC cccholes toFfS toFfSnotes to w w1I0tcs
notes Slops gient III nt organ opcrfdlttA opcrfdlttAson open 1li dl a aeon
son SO 11 S ft ttimbn 8 ft DulclannHstft DUlcln n 181t
Mflodia S ft Flute 1 DAmburU DAJribul 1 A Aeach tteach ft ftemtcli
each stop fll l noUn Swell orgun orgunDfUl Btur jttrdon
Jon ICft Open Diapason 8ft St SftiiI SftiiItIunmi iJI iJIhmal Silt Siltolonal
olonal S ft Stopped Diapason Dlni > nsonltft ft ft
Harmonic Flute t t ft Oboe and andsom aimfiP1 aimfiP1soul Ja Ja80m
soul 8 ft Fuguin l U lItCl 4 ft caclKstnj each sp Jjl H Hnotes Unott Iinotes
notes tedfil l l1ll orgnnHourdon SIC It ItLlbllth It11t It1it
Llbllth 11t bllth Uodacht IG i ft chcli rl1chBtilo rl1chBtilonjln each sun JO JOnot
not njln Coupler and mechanical VOKH tO l8elk s sswell
8elk s swell to pedal trent loTphljl l Id ihtcW pil pilqi
qi II to great swell at great octnes octnesoctaves ocHe5KIflit octesgmet
KIflit octaves swell to ffriat l rlatsWQc sioc siocta8
tUId swell octaves trvmulo 1 biirm biirmslgniu I lJ
FBu IMI wind lnd Indicators icaors Pedal n nt iYC iYCtItiflM > te te11I1n1H
mrniM trrcat rC11t forte graat 1rijn iHanoi i t1 eltorte l
forte woll piano balanced swell awel re regreat reo reotrrmhl retiamiib
trrmhl great to pedal Kmnd crc crcscendo eftIHc cresvendo
scendo IHc > nelo pedal Controlling nil storjnaoJ storjnaoJcoupleM Ittop lIud lIudcoupleId 5IIcoupieii
coupleM In tho orjrnn The coiiuolJwill COliIlOI coii uiI 111
be separate eight feet reettrPtn from time Ui toW toWof 1Io1Yot wiyof
of the InMrumcnt to that the theperlul1J1 theperlul1J1Ir rper verur verurfr
jjr fr Ir will havo a better MeaoBgficW idea ot ofTcts ofTctsto oJlrclJ
Tho organ ought to toH ba betoo Tcaarffu 1y < tei Ui he
SL
Cbrlstmaa music y
H
1 cut to hunt unt him him up T Whir htn th tM10P tM10PJlroach they r np npproachW oproach4
I proachW il the upper u working It WU u l lrUcnt fI fIparcnt
rUcnt that a ullilo Iho had occurred oc occrre urred aa an1 an1lhe aalthe > l lthe
the men at on fl o iricnccd to pitxl I In Inthe Inthe Inthe =
the snow for the i hOIf Kit Tfccr Tbeyktpt Ktpt ttt tttMr littheir Uttheir
their work all night with he tlie roult roultthat 1I0uitthat reuitthat
that the bolT im imn mini < l it all i octotc octotcIblj otll1Cttb18 oirittIIs
Iblj afternoon ben blUf th h alwut aQoutlc fi t feet feetof r feetof l lot
of snow Humphries had ia lppa iIparefltlT iIparefltlTbeen rplLr nlljr nlljrbeen nl1Teen
been > carried carrl d about y 2CC f feet tl t bY > y ythea1Ide1 ythea1Ide1as the elide slUfon
as his body was badly bruiwl bruiwlAt IJtlJi brUuott I It
At t this time It b Imyoalbto 1 I Of lbte U t ob obtain ohtlln oltisis ¬
isis nny further UtalK lI t3nl It Is be biHoed beImd beilcied
Hoed however that the dead miner minerwas minerru ailmierWAS
was ru unmarried Time rcnalas will willbought b b1lOuht binought
bought down t tJUNKET this eenln eenlnJUNIEr evenirJUNKET
JUNKET FOR EDITORS EDITORSUtah EDffJtUtah
Utah Press Association Ass ctallon to toS1IoOp toS1IoOplJ01fD Swoop SwoopDoirn SwoopIJoirn
Doirn on Cfillfcrcia CfillfcrciaTretldent CnlircrclaImltl CaiifcriiaPresident
President Imltl nt D P PFdtol Fcltof t tkeUUh thoUt h PrtM PrtMassociation P PrCMassocIation 4 4nssoclatlon
association Is sending out the foltowtoG foltowtoGcircular lolloltlnccircular follOflcircular
circular letter to all mcmberi of the theassociation thoassoclatl theassoelatIn
association associationDwr assoelatInPear n nDm
Pear FrlenlAt the list quarterly quarterlymwtlng quarterlyDllClIng qUattti1siecting
mwtlng of the Utah Pr PrtlS s atsoclatlpa atsoclatlpaIt
It was decided d clced to have w outing at atthe nttbe atthe
the close of our annual mwtlsff t to 0 W Wi boheld Wheld
January W 1JOL Our OurFre OUrrrescnt OmmrCresent
held i Id Monday
Fre rrescnt nt plans cover a trip to Fan fl Fran JYanCisco Francisco Frailcisco
Ore OreSeattle OrrSeattle Oreeatile
Cisco vIa la Boise Ida PoftlanJ Iottan
Seattle Wash thence tliencbr by ocean liner Imerto linerto
to San Francisco It h MiO e after a tew tewelde 1IVside iv ivaIde
side trips wo will disband returning returninghome rtturnlnghome rtUTOflIhome
home at pleasure vU I the Southern i Pa Paclflo Pnddo Iscio
cio railroad SOB on Viii B b be Jn Indt ln1Itd ln1Itdbut e4 e4lut 4liut
ad1ertlJlnil ad1ertlJlnilconlr4ct aIerti3lflgcontract Jwt H Ing Ingcounts
but those who can vntto r ll <
or writ 1r1A1 or local ncl nclcounts flC flCcunt5
contract
counts of the trip trippapere 11 their reHI retptvthtt retptvthttpapers tho thopaper
Each rcrli r rcc l I nt ntmay or the fourtes1 fourtes1ma courte7may
paper I C dtdlCd D yOC yOCdesire 011 011d1
ma Include a lalyf lalyfawlre lal laly
may desire d1 lre to become a if ifpiny CIl tt > ot tM th com comOoy coalploy
ndvlS ndvlSthe advismtime
It so 0 kindly <
ploy on this trip tripUe
Ue underlined underlinedai US SOQn a 55 roSble roSbleat
until we weknol weknow
cannot arrange aa Uttaiki ll3 ll3know
ai a we
know how many wish to accompany accompanyIhe accomP3 accomP3the
the party
partyLAnE LAKE LH WATER W I LEVEL IEVELTbemdlne LEVELTile LEVELTime
lake level on De December Decembtr Dtember ¬
Tbemdlne Tile Jtadlng adin of the
the weather weatherbureau wEnlberbureau veatherbureau
received at
ember lit was IIS
bureau this mornIng from rom OarBeld OarBeldKach GlCfleldbeach Catileldhaeh
beach The reading ibwedMchuw ibwedMchuwSee showed M change changeInce changerince
See rince Ince November ttth l th the W remain remainIn remaining
12 feet beto below lof acre wrtOn moOn acreOn > >
In ing Rt
On December D WlMt WlMtcaused 1st last year the reading rendlngSfIC readinggave
hltllet b by 113 113teet 111feet
07 feet belo1 er
gave rather ratherex ratherexpeteti
11 flU ai
feet than this oar level 01 the lake 1IIIewould lakewould
ex expeteti tClI that the lurprlsO was wasaued M Mcaused
would be higher and some
caused by the T rePort rePortTOrrIblo POIt POItIrrllblo
Irrllblo unut on a Woman WomanOhio WomanDa WomanDayton
6 5trL > Irs Emma EmmKastner EmmaItastate
Ohio D Ditreet lC
Da Dayton ton
Jackson JacksonItreet 3ackOflstreet
MMulled ssAuiIt on O
Kastner was Wa who leall leallt ieaied
men
itreet last n night ty L tlO 50 choVed her Into IntoM latei0enIb1iltY
and ch
a buggy an fire flreUtfcnBlbim fireto
M from whIch W they set
UtfcnBlbim after a3 1CsCUe4 by byto b ba
he
to her hercannot clothIN and andcannot
a colored man whO hIM polIce ore In Inetlgating
cannot be foUnd woimman The hu3bind hu3bindass 7iU3b3Lwho
etlgating ThC that the cta cta1posed ass asstof
rociail5t claims for tofthe forthe
who is I Is repons1btt
1posed to ocIaiii dUlffl the thepast
that
He sY
the WO mecelvtd thrftteuln thrftteulnitterB
he has
month
past varioUs ateriirt ateriirtaadI
itterB while wife tdU7 harm
aadI tO htUmSCit
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