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Ab1IAAiLEY Ab1IAAiLEYWRITESSEOYa ADMIRAL SCHLEY SCHLEYWRITES
WRITES WRITESUsks WRITESSEOYa 8ECYlONC 8ECYlONC1Jsks LONG LONGLsks
Usks 1Jsks Him to Withhold Wihhold His Approval From FromFindings Flolni FromFindings
i Findings of Court of Inquiry JnqukyMlY JnqukyMlYAppeal InquiryMayAppeal May MayAppeal
Appeal to the President President
Wnhlnrton Waohlncton Dec 16AdmIral 16AdmIralJlculoy 1GAmlrnl 1GAmlrnlchloy IGAdmkalcItIuy
Jlculoy chloy vaH wl In consultation COIAulntol all al this thisforenoon thll thllforIOOI thhforenoon
forenoon forIOOI with wlh hist hIl hI counsel cOtHlel Hon lAMar Isldorllayner lAMarHIYlor 1AhorHayner
llayner HIYlor and ntl Mr M t A Tongue leIHUQ ulno Ilso lt1A Gen GenFelx Genrellx SenFelix
Felix Felx Anirus Alls ot t Uftltlmorc UnllJorl and 11 Con Congressmnn CanrroAslnnn C01tgtornnn
gressmnn rroAslnnn Bchlrm Hcblrmor of Maryland Mnrlnl After Afterthe AHertit AftertIc
the tit Conference Admiral Jcmlrll Bchloy author authorIzort nulhorIzod nuthorIzod
Izod Mr Tennuo to malte mnQ tho following followingntatcmont tlowllc tlowllc1tnt fOlloWingitntmant
ntatcmont 1tnt itntmantVo mnl mnlWo
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Vo have been IC I In consultAtlon conultton as to tovliat 1 tc tcs1At
vliat 1111 further proceedings proceldlnl Bhall Ihul bo 0 tak taken taken ¬
en 11 Nothing Nothll dellnlto delnllo has been bclndelor bclndelor1we deter detnrivlnid deter1V1fltI
ivlnid 1we on ho o far flr as I n civil civi or criminal criminalar crlnlnll crlnlnllnrIJI criminalftt31fl
ar nrIJI ftt31fl tun of any Iny an kind l < 111 InU against Mnclay Mlclay nnd nndhl nnllhIe nn1his
hl his sponsors Iol ors Is II h ooncowtd OJcllel Maclays Maclaysclaim lacllyn lacllynclaIm taclayacinim
claim that thltthe thritthe the llndlngs I11111R9 of the court are area
a vindication vlulcaUol for lilmself 111110lt and 111 Ills book bookIs boolII
Is II absolutely nhsolilely Hpurloui fpurloll Thoro rOIO mo 110 no noURH noIp notiitn
URH Ip R tlmn thln half a dozen Instances IlllIUIC 1 In II tho thobook lhobook tliobook
book In II which cvun If I ho were to nc accept ncclpt ncctpt ¬
cept the llndlngs Indllls of onho the couit COUI and nnllncol nnllncolporate Incoi Incoipornte Incotporate
porate them In II Ititho tho volume volulo and change changeit chnnlo chnnloII
it to t suit lllt the finding fndlnCR the book would wouldrill woulItl wouUrUfl
I rill Itl ba a criminal ctlmlnl < libel libelMr IIel IIelllr
Mr Tongue during tho forenoon
llr Clguo Lullm pre prtsented prelented pvcent
Long Ir sented lented ent the Ih following Colowlng letter loter to Bouy BouyLong Sec SecIr ecy ecyLong
Washington Wnlhlngton D C Pee 18100l8lr 18100l8lrI 16 IDOLSirI
I Jm7 tho honor hOloI lo most mOlt respectfully respectfullyjfiwiSt r rspectfuIiy3Cjte5t lllectJY lllectJYHlllcel
jfiwiSt Hlllcel hint you withhold wlthholl your rOI aprcTvul aprcTvulfrhm apr1sltrm lrtvnl lrtvnltrm
trm the til llndlngs 11lnl of tho court of or in inquiry Inqulry inquiry ¬
quiry tecenily held Illelnt at tim tlo navy nlvy yard Yl11 In Intho Intho intho
tho city Il of Washington llhhlltOI of which Ad Admiral Al Adtniril ¬
miral mltl Ooorgo < orgo Diwoy 1 WQY wan wnl president prolld nt un until unt ontil ¬
til t such thou tmo uu 18 I may nlly have nn U1 to oppor opportunity OppOIhIIlY OPIOLtwilly ¬
tunity hIIlY to lllo 10 n statement stltemenl ot objections objectionstnereto oljeolol9 oljeolol9tlereto objectioi1nerto1
tnereto tlereto und UI11 3 therefore thorotolo request that thatyou tllt tlltOU thatou
you OU do not dissolve dlslolvc the court until unt ac actlor netlor achoc
jections tlor shall shnl ha bno > u been IaH taken on such ob objections 01 obiectton ¬
jectonH
jectonHVery Very Ver respectfully respectfullyW rcapectfuly rcapectfulyW
uv W S SCIILUY SCIILUYKcnrAdmlral IILEY IILEYUrnrAllmlrl CJthEYIcarAdniiraI
KcnrAdmlral UrnrAllmlrl U S N NISIDOtt NISIOn NI
I ISIDOtt ISIOn lUYNBn lUYNBnCounsel HAYNERCOUl RAYNERCouflel
Counsel COUl Court Rei for ot Inquiry InquiryTo tho applicant npplcnt belore said saidCourt Illd IlldCourt aldCourt
To tho honorable hOlorable Secretary of tho thoNavy theNnV thoNavy
NnV Navy NavyHe Navyflo
He asked tho secretary locrotary to Indicate his Illsprobable hisproblllo hisprobablo
probable problllo action nelon In thn th premises rho Thonecrotnry rholtcNtnry rhoMecrtnvy
necrotnry ltcNtnry replied repled that tho request
LOW TEMPERATURE TEflPER TURE SAVES SA YES P1TTSBURC P1TTSBURCRivers PITTSBURfl PITTSBURflRiY
Rivers RiY r5 Arc Arcfnlng Foiling and the Mercury Rising RisingMany Alany Cellars Celar anti nndHouses aU aUl antihouses
Houses l uses Flooded PloodcdRclJrts Reports From JHoo Flooded I ed Districts D tritsn in Penn PennsylvahiaSnyMhV PelisylviJa PcnnsyIV
sylvahiaSnyMhV sylviJa syIV thiiaSy1IicVatc 1 Sat tc Water ater Is Receding Recedng
ntlsburg Illburg Pa A Dec 16 16Tlo 1GThe Tho crest of oftho oCtho oftho
tho Hood 100d and IU1l nd tint tHI lowest 10Iest pointtouched pointtouchedthis 110mttouchedthi point touched touchedtht
this thi winter by the tlO mercury m ruy Were vero both bothregistered bothi bothigitcieil
i registered Iglftc d at 8 a 1 in when the Smith Smithfield Smih Smihfell Iintt1theld
field fell street bridge marks lunrlt showed 25 25feet 25teot 25feet
feet 8 Inches inchi of witter In the Mouonga Mouongaheln M010ngl Mouongalia
heln hlln river 1101 and tho government govurlont thor thortnumoter tII tIItnlmoter titernmmoter
tnumoter tnlmoter inalcutvid 11 lcutld 5 deerees dCleel nbovo nbovozero nboorun abovozero
zero run Tho rivers rhIr8 are ar now tithing llnl and andthe all andthe
the temperature tlmlllratut Is steadUy RtealUy rising1 Itlnj Only Onlythe Onlytho Onlythe
the sudden sUlllel drop 111011 In the temperature temperaturenveited tenwerturo tenwerturonVllt tempertttUrnvQvtd
nveited nVllt d ono Oi of the 11 greatest Irnwst Jlooods 1000dl In Inthe II Inthe
the history of o PltlsburR PltB urc As It t WOB DH tho tholower tholower tliolovcr
lower parts of tho thl point 1101lt dUtrlct Ildrlll and nndDoqueano Olrl OlrlPOluesO andLIesIa
Doqueano POluesO LIesIa Wny Wn and 1I1101ndl lowlanda along the theMnnongnheln tl thot1l1OI1g1hOia
Mnnongnheln Monolgaholn river rive South Sido we wesubmerged WI wcitibmcrged
submerged pubmclCld In Allegheny AJgheiY tho rh rhfront 11 vi vifront
front was wnl entirely under water WltCI The Theceilars fht fhtcllars nipciInr
ceilars cllars ciInr In many houses wore wort Hooded Hoodedand 100le 100lennl1 floodednnd
and people were wer compelled comlllcd to move movoFor moveFor moveFor
For the rlvermen and Illd dwellers dwelmH alon alontho nlolH nlolHthorler along alongf
f this thorler river banks bnnk of Pltlsburs IUsburg find Alle Allegheny Aie Aieuheny Ahierhierw ¬
gheny It was n9 tho ho most fearful night nightexperienced nighteporlencc nightcxprIcncCci
experienced eporlencc In many years cns Similar Similarconditions Simiar SimiaroonCIUon lflmliarronhtiona
conditions oonCIUon have been 11tctcnly practically un unknown Unknown onnown ¬
known nown to this Generation generaton Hundreds of ofmen oftn oftncn
men tn n tolled tolel all ni night with wih the glgantlo glgantlocoal glganto glgantocoal
coal tows tied ted up to tho landings on onboth 01 onboth
both srdcs slitR of all 11 three rivers In tho thoface thotnco thelaco
face of 1 o lterly U ltl II iy cold wind Drenched Drenchedat
at times tmes with wih the splashes 811nshes of foam foamtheir foamtheir I ItheIr
their clothes trozu Jrozc on them tlem immeuiutii immeuiutiily Imlellut ImlellutIy
ly and the suffering sufering was great greatThe grent grentTho greatThe
The damago to goods on tho wharves wharvesin
in warehouses wlchoscs stores and private privatehouses prlvltohOUf8 privatehouses
houses hOUf8 In tho two cities cle will wi probably probablyreach pronllyrench probadyreach
reach 00000 In addition Qddlton many mln mills millsand mis misand millsant
and factories along both rivers were wereforaed werotorued wereforced
forced to close cos down temporarily nnd nndthousands nndthouAnml1 andthousands
thousands thouAnml1 of men and women will wi bo boout bonut bett
out tt of work worl from one to three days and andmuch alil alilmuch an anmuch
much damage damR l done to machinery tuchlner and undI andfnished andIlnislied
I finished fnished stock ItOlk At all 11 points i > oInt along aonJ the therivers therlers therivers
rivers reports of damage from the high highwater highWlter highwater
Wlter water have bean received At MoKccs MoKccsHocks McIccsnocks MeKeesllock
Hocks In n all ul the cellars eJns west of Char Charj Chnrtiers Chartiers
j tiers avenue lelUe tho water stood three feet feetdeep tcctdeep feetheel
deep heelikrrn
i deepIerrH HerrH IerrH Island was partly party submerged submergedbut sUlmerged sUlmergedbut
but It I was Wl8 not necessary necelsnry to remove removl tho thocattle thoattc thecattle
cattle attc from thp thl stock yards At AtSharpsburg AtSharlburK AtOliarpslnirg
Sharpsburg SharlburK cellars cellt were Hooded nooced and am in injmany Inmlny inman
jmany man houses the thl water was WIS on the first firstffloore Irst Irstfoora firstfloons
ffloore fflooreAs foora floons floonsAs
As a result resul of the Hoods floos several neveraliants neveraliantsitinrig plants plantsalong laltA laltA10lg
along 10lg Pcnn avenue and nnilin In the west end endire lmdre endtre
ire re closed coel today tOcA throwing thousands of ofemployes ofemploye ofeflpIOyes
employes employe Idle IdleBetwaeti IdleHetwueh idlefletWtCU
Betwaeti Twentyninth and Thirty Thirtythtrd Thlrtythird
phlrd third street all ni tho cellars calnrs of the tle housei houseiare houer hous housate
are r flooded 100ed In most Instances tho water waternK wnterrlsln wateristng
rlsln istng nK to the height I of three feet feetThe teeti
i i The waters wltprR viitr began egan to torecede recede rapidly rapidlyl
EIt l 10 a in 71 In II the Allegheny Alegheny nnd flooded floodeddistricts fooded foodedlstrletl floodeddlstrictR
districts lstrletl are expected to be 11 cleared cltlrld by ly lylcenlng byevtnhiig
Ifevenlnff Police Polre were placed through throughlout throu throughout h
1 lout out ut the district dlstrltt and In tho lower part partof partof parts
of the first frst ward lrd coal and food were weretaken Werei weretahen
i s taken taten to tho Inmates of the Hooded Hoodedhouies 100ded 100dedhouses floodedr
r houses houiesThe housesTho houeThe
The loss 108t to shipping IhlJplns Interests Intore ts was wasgreat WIR WIRgrent sasgreat
great Tho JIonoiiRaheln Mononlnheln flyer Con Conoolldated Cal ConIJihllLLtfl
oolldated Doldahd Coal and Coke company comJany prob probably Nabably probtibly
ably will wl prove 1100 the greatestlosers greatest 101er loaer A Afleet Afeet Afleet
fleet feet of sixty empty ltlJl craft craf most of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them coal boats Ionts valued lue at about nbolt 900 900each WOeach OO OOeach
each were torn torl from their fastenings fasteningsi
i Just below btlow the tl mouth of Saw An mill mi run runI runBetweel runhtetneii
I Between Betweel ten tel and nli twenty loaded tint tintof 11ntl i1ntof
of coal were torn tor from their moorings mooringsat
at Dnqilosne DaQUcsnl nnd lnd swept SWIIt down the river riverEvery rlvlr rlvlrEvery riverEvery
Every one of them thll Wa niled fled flhledwlth with wih coal coalTho coalThe aniTho
Tho coal company ompt Ompaf reported that a anumber ut aiiumber
2 t number captured of the runaway boats loalA had hal been beencaptured beencaptured
WATER IS RECEDING RECEDINGPhiladelphia ItCEDING ItCEDINGIhlulo1Ihln 1tECEDINPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Ihlulo1Ihln Dec IGlcJorl IGhtcporLa Ilcports from fromthe CromIhe from1le
the Hooded l0del districts In thin state Ilnte nre nreI nreto areto
I to the effect erect that the water Is rece receding flCe flCei receding ¬
i ding 11ng Telegraph antI telephone wires wiresare wlre wiresare
are mill otl down In many mnn localities lomltlel and andthe anlthe andthe
the freezing freozlnJ weather Is Interfering Inlerferng with withUt wih wiho withthi
o Ut U thi work of o restoring the service All Al
t
would bo granted and 111 his action ooton on tho thollmling thoJldw1 thehlnt1ing
llmling Jldw1 und the dissolution IlsHOlut1 of tho thocourt thocolrt thecourt
court colrt withhold wihheld until Ult tho objections oljuotons voro WtlrltA wtrora vorortoned
rtoned tA uh 811 und nd h lr h hl1 ita mn had an ni opportun opportunity ollportl ¬
ity I to oonsldcr uonsllcr thtttn thal Ho to stated It1tC11 that thathe tmt tmthI thathe
he hI would communicate Cotmulllte ulth wih 1thI Admiral AdmiralS AdmiralIkhlu Admiralltimluy
S Ikhlu < hluy In writing wrltlH und ld nuked nllted how long longu lonl
u I tUne tlne counsel desired IleHlrlll In which wiioh to pro proHunt pt uroHulit
Hunt JUlt their objections ohjoctomJ Mr ir Tongue rolgue re repllrJ repl yepiIil
pllrJ pl that thw thuy would bo 10 rnarty for forrisfliU to for14oifltIttlon I IMtltOI
risfliU 14oifltIttlon MtltOI tlon by Tliuwday Thu la or ort1ity r sftwy t tl of ofthis it ithil uftiml
this hil Week WeekWe WoakWo eek eekse
We will I except to the th findings 1111118 of ttftin ofti ofthi
tin ti thi court excert suld 11h Mr Tengue and andmake 111 111Illct nmmdmnmmhme
make Illct a I d dfllll mand that the majority opin opinion opimion ¬
ion 101 be Ie disapproved dlHnlJJroa by the secretary stlrelarv OB OBcontrary UIrOllut o ocontrary
contrary rOllut to the evidence eIJllcc nnd tha tht thi jwr jwrtlnont Je lNuncut
uncut tllonl facts fnllln ada In the cflso rIO which tho court courthas courthiI courthits
has hiI not It consider COIAllel1 nor 01 acted upon uponVhll uponhUH uponVuIli
Vhll hUH Mr I Tongue el U would woull uUId not tt soy tlY that tlmtsuch lhntRIWh
such action ei Ion would he IJE taken hu point pointed oIIut oIIuted ¬
ed d out tin fact rlrt tlmt they could mu nppwU nppwUfrom IPIHI IPIHIfrUn npimtifrom
from frUn the secretarys IUCretnrYf notion 1IIIon to tIme thoPicsldunt Iho1loellont tImelmoshlunt
Picsldunt 1loellont Iw of tIme United Ulled StatcB StatcB8C11LUV StltCI StltCISCJKY i3tatcaSC1LlY
8C11LUV SCJKY THANKS THK lm PUULIC PUULICWanhliiKton I 1Ul3LTCauhiIngton UBLICWnnhlmton
WanhliiKton Wnnhlmton Dcu 1c eo 10 l6Admlrnl Admiral Dow Dowey DowW 0owcy
ey president of the court today was wasasktd wasaslud
asktd far t I a statement stntemolt as I S to the ex extent oxteit axtent ¬
tent teit to which ho endorsed endorRol the t18Indl19 t18Indl19of findings findingsof
of the tlo tiionmaorIty majority mnJorly of tho court courtI
I have not n I word to say a ho I rn rnpiled rnpINI yeplied
piled not nt a word wordSlnoo wordInea 011
pINI
Slnoo SIIM the th court of Inquiry rendered renderedUH rCllorl rCllorlIa
UH verdict verdct Hear Uell Admiral Behly Shl hu hurecnlved hiI hnH hnHrecaWed
Ia
recnlved rccol el1 a I Inigo IIgo number lumhol of letters Ilterl arid nndtelegrams nntltollJrol8 aridtelegramima
nil containing aj ajcoiiHclence 1 1coimildence
telegrams tollJrol8 1 rOII llllnJ oxpresslonn o
coiiHclence eOlldenc C itnd 1n1 cstuom bRtl ll anu CILII fftrsi Ce11 of at atslMonce 0 0llltalce 0slAtenee
slMonce llltalce To 0 nnsw nnrr r tfi t1V fe y ptrSonfl prsona prsonavitiId rsonaUy rsonaUywould
would 1uld be n work ork of siiDn aulh mnvnltuofe mnvnltuofethat nmllui rnnWnttmthat
that the admiral f hns addrwwd lllr1F1 thp the rol rollowlng rvt fal1owln
lowlng 1owln latter loler to the thl Aiwodulnd AleolhllOll Profjs ProfjsWhich lrOjs lrOjswhich Proriswhich
lowlnl Which ho ttftkfl 1flg to be b published publishedVoBhlnijton 11uhlslwcl 11uhlslwclWoshllgton iulilsbte1oshhimgton
Dec Dcclo K KTo
Woshllgton VoBhlnijton U 1 C 11
To 0 the Afisaclatcd AISclltcc Prues PruesI Prcsalber
I lber beg to express IXlreRS through tho medium mediumof mllum mllumor
of the thl Awctatod Assocle Press 1rmla my IY gratitude gratitudennd grtlUe grtlUennd
nnd heartfelt heartlel thankM lhltkl for the Itlnd Itlndwords Icllt klrulwards
words and al11 nut uvldenw uhlele of Interest In 11 my myeUiN myWeifa nyWelfHio
WelfHio Weifa eUiN rtlilch llh I Ifdve IrlVt received rlrelell from all alljarts ni alljrurts
jarts of time thl United Unl d Hlntea Itatcl The magni magnitude IIIrnl IIIrnltut mnsugnttilde ¬
tilde of the eorresjiomtonco corra8110l 1enco render It HImpossible IthnpolRlhlt Itimnposshth1
Impossible hnpolRlhlt tut for me me to t personally Jlersonly no nol MJmowledgB noInowiediro
l nowlcdffu < the same slme und I therefore thereforetake therol thereforetake ro rotake
take this thll means of expressing my up upprcclatlon upprcclnton uppredation
predation prcclnton to ono 010 and all allVery ni cullVery
Very truly yours yoursW1NFIELD yoursWJ yoursWIF1LD
W1NFIELD WJ SCOTT BCHEY BCHEYHear BCInEYneRI iCllLflYfleat
IIID Hear Admiral U 5 S N
the thl railroads rlloldl report rcpnttrnlns trains very much muchdelayed 1uch 1uchlcla muchdelayed
delayed lcla delayedr1 t
llSCnUYLKILT r1 ito ScIttJYL1trLtcloINU > CjOINO GOIG DOWN DOWNHeading DOWNRending DOWNfending
Heading Pa 1 Dee 1eethis ICAt 11At 10 oclock oclockthis oc c
this morning the Hood In the fichuylklll fichuylklllriver1 Schuylki
river1 had receded rcedel live 10 feet but ut It Is htlll htlllten II 8tiilten
ten feet ufoave 110e low 10 water alol mark rark Tho Thodike 110 110dike llmolIke
dike along oll tho river front Is heavy heavyFIIKSHIT hon heavyFBEaIIJT >
FIIKSHIT I I SIT IN THE DI3IAWA11I3 DI3IAWA11I3Horderttown DE DEl4Si1Itlortlemttown 1 WAnE WAnEBorllllon
Horderttown Borllllon N J Dec ICThe hen heaviest henvl lienvlest ¬
viest vl Ht freshet frellt In many mllY years Is now run running runIllnl runnlng ¬
ning In tho Delaware lelnwnlo river here The Thodocks ThetioclO4 he he101Itl
docks 101Itl Illnl and nll piers in II tho vicinity vlclliy of tho thoTVU thevro
TVU 1110 vro ro and Rn Hnrltan lllltnn canal cnlul and 1111 tho thonds thoI thinnds
I nds of Pennsylvania opposite ollposle Urn Urnnre thr thri theare
i > nre under water wntpr The hc Pennsylva Pennsylvania l llsylm llsylmItL ¬
nia ItL II ta railroad rnlrond tracks tlnek between Harden Itordentown Hardentown Bordentown
town and Trenton Trentol aro covered cooel with withwater wIthter withiwater
water ter for a I distance dlllnnce of three miles milesCOMMUNICATION mies miesCOMMUICATIN iiihhesCOMIvItflICATION
COMMUNICATION COMMUICATIN CUT OFF OFFPottHvlllc OFIlotRlc OFFlottaville
PottHvlllc lotRlc Pa 1a Dee 16The flood floodwhich 100d 100dwhich floodwhmlch
which visited the Schuylklll Schuyltl valley valey yes yesterday yesterdn yesterday
terday has Ils receded and Ind Is now below belowtho belowthe low lowtho
tho danger mark markCommunication mnrkCommuniaton markCommunication
Communication Communiaton With th Schuylklll SchuYlki Ha Haven Ja Javen havon ¬
ven Orwlgaburg Orwhobure Mlnersvlllc M Inersvlle Middle Middleport Middlelort Udcl
port and nm St Chair has hal been Ieen cut off oc be because hocause because ¬
cause of the destruction dc trucllon of tho road roadbed roadbed roadled ¬
bed bedNearly Nearly Nelrly every ever colliery colery In the district districtwas districtwal
was wal forced rored to suspend 8U8Jen11 work because becauseof Iccnuse Iccnuseof
of the Hood 100d and all ni the mules In tho thoPino tho1lno thuPine
Pine 1lno Hill Hl Duncott nne and Ind Bast collieries collieriesat colerlel
at Ashland ARhlnlel were 110 drowned drownedJoseph drowld drowldJoslph drownedJoseph
Philadelphia Head HeadIng RendIng Readlag
Joseph curry urry a I Phlmlellhla
Ing railroad rnlrood brakeman rnltnlnn alighted nlgllcd from fromthe tror fromthe
the t1 Buffalo Jllfalo expiess eX11O9 on al the Reading Readingtrncks fendlnt Headingtracks
tracks trcls yesterday and II1t has not been seen seensince Reil ReilIlnce seelisince
since Ilnce It I Is II feared fen red ho fell fel into the thoSchuylklll lhoSchuylki theSchuylkhll
Schuylklll Schuylki rival and nn was drowned drownedTim dronedTl diovnedTIlE
Tim Tl LEHICIH Ll JaJ HAS FALLEN FALLENMnuch FAIEN FAIENInuch FAL4ENMauchi
Mnuch Chunk Pa 10 Dec ICThe Le Lehlgh Iehigh Lehigh
high Valley YnlW railroad rlrondl Is open from CrO troutYork New NewYork Ne NeYork
York to Mauch Chunk Chnlk the papur JUlor train trainthis trln trlnthis trainthIs
this morning orlns being the llrst Irt train trainthrough trlln trllnthrough trainthrough
through It I will wi bo several Reverl days before beforethe beforothe beforethecoinpany
the thecoinpany company can send trains trIns to Buffalo Buffaloon Buralo Buraloon
on schedule Ichedulc tlmo tm The water wlter In the theLehlgh thl theLeIighm
Lehlgh Lehl h river has fallen falen ten feet since sinceyesterday since9terlln sinceyesterday
yesterday 9terlln at t all alllolntA points above Easton KostonBUSINESS Eastol EastolnUSINESS Easton1IUSINESS
BUSINESS STOPPED IN ITHACA ITHACAIthaca ITHACAlhnen IThACAIthaca
Ithaca lhnen N V Dec IB I61uslne81 10Business Ouslncss was waspractically WI waspracticaiiy
practically prctcnl suspended Juslendod In Ithdrn Ihr today todayon lodn lodnon
on account of the flood 100d All Al street car carlinos enrlnes carlines
lines lnes wore tied ted up UJ no 10 mall mll Was ns received receivedand receiveand
and none nOIO w wos s sent nt out 011 It I was as hoped hopedhowever h0J011 h0J011howpver hopedhovever
however that t1 t the tlo tracks troclq of the Lohlgn LohlgnVolley Ihlcl LehighVhhhy
Volley railroad Illd to thu west welt would woull be re repaired l lInlred iepaired ¬
paired sulllclcntly fU fl con I today tOlll to enable enabletrains etall etalltrtn eimnbletrains
trains trtn to operate oparto between hctwten Ithaca Imen and andIluffalo CI1 CI1lulllo amitihluiTalo
Iluffalo lulllo Kvery I er available 1llablo laboring man msnIn manIn manIn
In Ithaca hnll was given s1en work and efforts effortswere eforts efortswero effortswere
were made ute to secure men from Oswego Oswegoand OHWegoaM
and other othlr nearby town Ilrockton Irocktol live livemiles Ie Iemie livemiles
miles mie cast el st miftercd Hurercd much by b the Hood Hoodseveral 100d 100dstwtrnl floodseveral
several buildings being carried
stwtrnl buidings cnrrlellwlY cnrrlellwlYGHEAT away awayGREAT arttyGREAT
GREAT DAMAGE AT MALONE MALONKMalone MALONEMnlone MALONiMalone
Malone N T Dec 16 1ltThe The storm of ofSaturday ofaturdny f fSllnrdl
Saturday Sllnrdl did mote mO damage than lmn was wnsreported WIS WIStl10rtod wasteiorted
reported tl10rtod yesterday estordn the th washouts wnshoutl on 01 the theAdirondack theAdlrondnck theAdirondack
Adirondack division 11lslon of tho N Nlw Nv w York YorkCentral YorltCenlral YorkCentral
Central numbered numlorel S tI I antI nnr the thl wreck wrecktrain wrltratn wrecktrain
train which left hero
yesterday e8terllIY morn morning morl mornliii ¬
ing In for Fulton Ful11 Fuit it was wal stalled ftlled beyond beyondWhite beyondWhi beyondWhite
White Whi Lake Heavy Jrnvy financial nnnclnllos loss b ss was wascaused wascluled wascaused
caused cluled In all ni outlying outying districts districtsS150000 11slrlcls
S150000 31001 DAMAGE DAaiAOESyracuse DAMAGESrltse DAMAGESyracuse
Syracuse Srltse N T Dec IB IGTha Tho over oorHow oer10w overflow
How 10w of Onomlnga creek Saturday Sfturrny night nightand nightnnd nightand
and Sunday Suntay did Ild about ItCiOWO 1100 damage damageIn Ilnmnse IlnmnseII
In II this city cl Today the water wlter has re receded recedOI toceded ¬
ceded cedOI from all but the lowest ground groundabout groundabout groundabout
about ton tonTHR tonTHE townTIlE
THE MOHAWK lJAWI LOWEll LOWEItHome LWEn LWEnIome LOWEllHome
Home Iome N T Dec Dee 1C 16The The Mohawk Mohawkrlvor 1tohnwk 1tohnwkror MohawkrvC2
rlvor ror has 8 fallen to Ui It normal volume
Thu 000 00 lho Vim diinmgo dllllO In II tho city Ilt will wllenh iiL reach 20 0
AUOUND UTICA UTICAUtlra UrICAUticmt lI
Utlra Ute1 N Y lice 111 16Tho dnningO dnningOfrom 11nnmOCOn daniagofrom
from COn tho Hood loot In I time valley vlloy of tho vwt vwtCanada Wammt1anaila Ijit Ijitllluln
Canada llluln creek Will vI roach jOOOOO rooOOO 1rom 1rom7f l 1romThoo on
7f 75001 > 00 to tl 100000 lo Ioi s Were 1010 iiHhed lHhNI away awayfrom avnyfrom WIY WIYtOl
from tOl Nobloiibprtt NohlolllWl Illnckloy hlllklo I and 11 Trxutoti TrxutotiFalls 1It01 lruntOti1hlt
Falls 111 I s Four I our Mpenttlvo MIIOlllvo inllrond 1llrnl brl brlworn hrhlllM hrhlllMWOIO brtdgoVOro
worn ddStroyed 101 toI1 Ono ln mil 11 was 1 I1 I1down t Pdown 111 111110wn
down ntrcnin trlll like Iko a I papor box ll iox and ali two twoothero t tIthrd twoothmer
othero Ithrd aro badly hJlly wrecked wroekl Tho lhl inll inllroad I rIlIond I
road In that valley vlll cannot Ollnol be e operated operatedfor operto
for four or five 10 days IIYd Tho ho sloctno lol Illa pow power OW OWJlnnt ¬
er nbuut nlout plant Jlnnt t3OaO t3OaOIll 3000 3000Thp 30Oho at II Tientnn flllttl Falls Fois wan nl damage1 damage1nbuut dl1aw1 dl1aw1nlout daiuaguriculmout
Thp Ill ho first Iflt train trall oast OC8t Over the tilt Now NowYoik NuwYOII NowYork
York Central lnco midnight SatuMUy SatuMUynirlvctl 8atmtiLyniiheul
YOII < ln I11 ailco mlllnltht 8at1iIIY 8at1iIIYnlIlnt
nirlvctl nlIlnt ur I a 10 101 W i m Thu Jhure rhaire re are six sixwtHhout IIXw si sivmlmotmti
wtHhout w hlt lictweon hotwf hrntw n this Ihl city ely iijnd Ihr Jtoino Jtoinoand toimo toimoIIMh
and ill < one butncon llt on Homo HOlo and nll OinFJa 111O 111Oill Ono Onotrack ilnotmol iotinak
track him 10 beon hlollIIII icpnlrod KinTfelit 1rtI1t itnlna itnlnawill llnlnt tinlnslit
will II lit npt 111 bo operated before tomorrow tomorrowTholllack tomorrw tomorrw1ho tomorrowThe
Tholllack The 1ho Iack IhImmek Illvor lUvr division tlvlslli of tho nonitt nonittWutortown nfll fliiudiutortuiwri
Wutortown WltAtuwn CRiknsbum OHll n ulun mny 11t hi P Pcnml pciteil l
cnml 01111 this afternoon ntorMon The J II A Alrtwnlk Alrtwnlklhlllol Ailtuninek Ailtuninekhlviahon llrtm < 1nck 1nckdivision
division Wednanday WednandayCOLD WNlI9 lhlllol ll will wi not bo 11 opened OllCll tl before beforeWednanday uvlro uvlroWNlI9 beforeCOLI
COLD COLI WAVE IN I T1IK SOUTH SOUTHAtlunta SOll souiuAtlsnlit
Atlunta AtliltA on Oi Pee Du 16It ISI if It Is II belIeved hollevrdthat holevNl holevNlthnt belIevedthat
that th tl hip cold Iohl wave WIO which had hma a held IIII tho thoHoutli thoHouthtght theUouttitlghmt
Houtli Houthtght Uouttitlghmt tight In Its Itl grip rh the Ih pait IAII 33 3 l hours hourshas 1011 houihas
has been 11en broken IHok8l In rl many Inny canes tho thotwriperaturo thOtOIIJIltlre thetOIIIlrftttlLe
twriperaturo tOIIJIltlre recorded rCleJla lust night t1rht mi broke brokeall hrokoni
all ni records ttcordA for fil Dciceinbr DCcerbr In Atlanta Atlantatwo Atnltn AtnltntlO Atlantatuo
two tlO deaths t lthR attribute ntrilutd to the cold both bothof bothot bothUt
of Limo thoteUtl vIoHms nogrq i were w re roportbd to tothe tl totiLe
Ililnltt
the lto Wlloe 1llo Time uollco 101co rave pormlsslon pormlsslonSunday fJOfllnll1 povmnissiotiundy
Sunday for coal mul Iltl wood yards laA to toopen toOlon toOpen
open Olon end twrvo 10 rve the Ih mifforln qUtorin Uttrlll nubile IJUbll TinteniMiiaturo Tin lht8li 11wteliipemattiro
teniMiiaturo t8li IIatlrO at 1 t cloak 0 this lh A morning morningwan 10lnlll
wan nf nine above uIIO yoro OO tie AddcHt l llelt ro rocurd r rocimcld
curd CIIcI1 cimcld < i for Deoombor DIom ol since USD 1S Freez Freezing FreezIng Fyceain ¬
ing in tempernturea t IIIInllrlt were oro 011 rtiiorlctl this thisnuntiliig thll thmitmuriit
nuntiliig 11ullj tmuriit mig In II northern Irthorn Florida Florldn us ni far farsouth fnrBIIII
south BIIII nr fl I lacksonvlllo JnckAOlllle and Itll from tlll six Ilx to tosixteen tolxlln tOsixteen
sixteen degrees bt boln > lov freezllig flIIziII In II south southurn SIUorn
urn Alnlmma Oerirgla Glnr11 und Illl alit IoulMnua IoulMnuaThn Jflll llll
The h Florida llrlllu orange orunJ bolt hol Is II believed lelecd to tl
have CHciippfl CKIJlcl damiige < lntnQi an 1 n a temperature temperntureof lrtlcrllurl
of 40 wis IS repotted 10110101 from fllmtnlll1lorlla fllmtnlll1lorllannd midFlorida midFloridaand
and 04 0 tit lt Key lp Vest WeatCOIDKST W VestCOTDIST st stCOJI
COIDKST COJI S KNOWN IN I MOBILE MOBILCMobile MOmI MOBILEMobile
Mobile oble Ala A 1 Decl6The DeCIGrhe thermomo
ter here herl registered 111151011 18 above IbOV61er zero today
tho coldest December weather over oval ex experienced experlenced oxpcrlenced ¬
perienced hare hareTWO horeWO hmoreTWO
TWO WO FROZEN FrOZIJ TO 0 DEATH DEATHChnttanooga m 1EAT1fChmattaimooga ATI
Chnttanooga Chatanoogn Tenn rOII Doe Dc 16 ISTho ISThom lfThetnreury Tho Thomercury
mercury m rury Htood Itool at 8 rtegreoe legrco above a1O8 zero
this thl inornlng morllll Two wo deaths tft1 from tOl trees CrCI
Ins ln are reported The Tennocflee fnM iee ilver ilverwill 111 jiorviii
will wi reach th thl this dniiBor llulEor lino 11 of 33 3 foot
tomonow tomonowCOIDKST tllOrlW tllOrlWCOfmST toinoriowCOl1llST
COIDKST COfmST RVKIl IWJm RKCOIIDRD mCOnDm IN INMIIMPHW INlm INMliPIlIl3
MIIMPHW MIIMPHWMcmplils lm MliPIlIl3Memphis tJ
Memphis Tenn Dec Iflr IOTtia Tila Is I3th I3thCoIIICSI the thecoldest
coldest eII lt day tlY of Dtfcombtr D CtHnbtr 6v OVII Or r roconlsd r o lec
here The 1 temperature temporlturc nt 6 a I m J was WQf
five Iv above zero zeroA zeroA zeroA
A VICTIM VITIM OF THK m COLD COLDSt
St Louis Dec U IGOIOlih 16Joseph Joscph Novak
living Ivlnc at Ingleslde station Italon In St Louis Louiscounty Loulcounty Louiscotmnti
county editor of tho Bohemian Dohemlln Voice
Is a victim victm of the recant cold snap
His Ia frozen frozln body bOd was Wnl found colI In u Ilnp va vacant vacant vacant
cant lot near Ilnl the Wabash tracks In
Hadon Mr Novak had 1M been ben a sufferer urear
from frol asthma for several severll ytaia YlllB and In It 111s 111ssUPPoGel1 U Usupposed Issupposeti
supposed ho fell fel suddenly Uddclly Ill 1 while whie on
his hit way wn to the 13nden IndelltnUoa station to catch citch a
train for home homeTWO homeO homeTWO
TWO O MKN U hiN lULLKI lULLKILake HLIIIW HLIIIWInko lcibT41bake
Lake BUoro Rlro Immnnxcr l Ct Train TrAl1 hums HUlf humsInto ItnnsInto
Into hll OniiK cnlj of Wnrtannn WnrtannnDatrott Wur ortuumntiDetroit lnl
Detroit Mich Dec ICTwo leTlo men menwore mel nenwore
wore 010 hilled Illednnl and nnothed wa wu severly
Injurea nt 1 tD Dl 1 Hny 13 ft 8Uiu lfi l t ft >
toJt early eMI riy today by b u I utsenertrgIn Lukqthore U lo Ta TaBenger
Benger s senertrgIn ng r train LUIqilh 1Us 1Uss
THE THEChnilos TIE EAD EADClunlcs EADCharles
Charles Do Jo Rosier HaRleI Ecorae Ecollc
Fred Mlslor MI ler Dol Ray RayTHH HI Itl3p11111
TIm THHErnest 1IUO 1IUOgrlesl 1NtJItFD 1NtJItFDErnest
cut cutThe Clt Ernest grlesl Hempelrnan 1cmellnl leg IeI broken Ilken head headcut hen headcult
The ho men mel who were on their way to towork towork toWork
work were walking Wllkli on the track It Itwns I Itwas
was ns dark and nlcl they tll neither neiher saw nor
HIW
heard hc tho approaching nllproahlhg train trainUXDUII hlll hlllU trainUNIlll
UXDUII U m rmV TIhICilti fH1 oitiMKs 01l1S ACT ACTCounties ICT ICTClltC iCTComititics
Counties ClltC Mnyo hrny and 111 Itotoommoii nO IUIIII Aro AroPlaced itrnimtuoui 10
Placed 111011 Under Ullvl It ItDublin I ItDublin
Dublin Dubln Dec ICLnrko J6Jlrku number 111111 of otconstabulry ofcOlatlbult ofcolmstabulry
constabulry cOlatlbult have ha1 been IJpel drncud dmc to im important 1mJlrtnlt binPortnzmt ¬
portant Jlrtnlt points poilts In II Mayo AlI Ma multI 11 nuMnm nuMnmnion
nion 101 ana nlt a proclamation prOCllll10n plating both bothcounties Ioth IothcountcR bothcounties
counties countcR under the crlm rrlnms s 1 icl v > t Is ex expooled x xlmeetel
J
pooled IINtel to be Issued Immediately1 hlnetlnttlj Itmmmehlntel This
Influx Iufux of extra Ixtm police pol co lu unprecedented unprecedentedsince unprClItI > I1 I1iIacI
since iIacI the dayn IH of rapt Clpt liiyon Uvun Na u
tlonnllst tonlltt members of parliament parlal0nt nnd
United Unied Irish Illsh lengucspeakers leaguespelk I have been beenmost beCI boonmost
most active ncte In Mayo and nnl Roscommon Roscommonrecently Hocol11mol Hocot1itnntirecently
recently Iecclty preaching 11renchllg forcible resUtnnoo resUtnnooto reBlstlllO
to the authorities authoritiesDublins authorites authoritesDublns authoritiesDublins
Dublins Dublns reception Iecerlton of Messrs MiANI Hod Hodmond helmana el elmonO
monO McHugh and nli ODonnell ODonnel on th their thtlrreturn theirteturn < > lr lrreturn
return fro mthe United Unlefl lUatea tltea will wil
lake tho form of a I torchlight lorchlrht proces procession procession rOCA rOCAsian ¬
sion house nnd addresses at the lhi mansion
llurfilnrn nur loll Hob Hol n Postotllco PostotllcoPoughkeepsle I05111co I05111coIoughkeelsl PotoflloPoughmkeepsie
Poughkeepsle Ioughkeelsl N Y Dec 10 l0nur l0nurgllrs Iaflurghnr nur nurglara
glara gllrs entered cnterld Rhlnebeck postofllee IJoslofce and
bank last night blowing open safes J1f In Inboth Inhpth n nbplh
both places In 11 the postolllco they tho got gotstamps gotIIfuII111S gotstfltfll5
stamps and money to the value of Oflint tu > < n nbut ohut
but In 11 the bank they secured nothing lIthlllTht
The robbers seized Harry I Crry Crnndnll a arural arural murural
rural mall eairlor who was In Jo trio110SI0111cl JJ1epototllco > Jopostoillci
postoillci gagged nnd bound him car carrled cnrrlNI earf earfvied
vied him to a blacksmith bJac ftmlth shop sho plnuM plnuMhim 1lncllhim Placelhint
him In n chair threw thre a blankit over overhim nVlrhhn overhim
him him and am blew bl up the forgo or orge go fire so that thatho thntho thatito
ho would not froezo A night natch natchmnn mllhtnnn ratcimman
mnn named Tallerday was U9 also > cap
hued nnd placed In the blacksmith blacksmithshop blnullIl1llrhahol hlaeksulllthIshop
shop According to Crandall Crnnaallthero Crnnaalltherowere there therewere therewere
were seven vcn of the burglars burglareA bu 1101 1101A
A rrnlcht Irl1l Ireighit1rimin ht Train 1 Dltolmd DltolmdRosoburg Iiutmdflosobjmrg i i11oseblrl
Rosoburg Ore Dec IG IaAn An extra extrasoulhboard etrnsoutimboard II
soulhboard freight train was dltclnvl dltchej10llt ulitcimodInst dltclnvllast
last night about two miles north of ofDlllard IfDlllnrl1 ofDtihamd
Dlllard station Homer Roll a akeeportromfl book bookkeeper 110uhItceperrrom ¬
keeper Itceperrrom from Cincinnati Ohio vho vhowaw vhowawrIding v1mowasridlna waa waariding
riding on the brake beam wai Instant Instantly ¬
ly I killed klll The wreck delayed 1 the north northbound lIorthIJoun northbound ¬
bound overland tell hours hoursCold hoursColli hoursCold
Cold Modifies lod I fhts III Wyoming WyomingRawllns IIIIIIIIjt IIIIIIIIjtHawJlnA otni uig uigIlawiins
Rawllns Wyo Dec lG IGThe The weather weathercleared wentlrclcllrcd weathuercleared
cleared up In this thllllll1rt part of the state last lastnight lastnlghtIIIl1 Justnight
night nlghtIIIl1 tumid It Is claimed that tin loss losscaused lopsnuRed lossaumsetl
caused by the storm has bc ben n inly anlynormal inlynormal Inl Inlnormnl
normal Some bands of sheen were werebadly werrbadl werebadly
badly badl scattered by tho storm nnJ an herd herders herderll herdera ¬
ers nre busy trying to get them back to totheir 10their totheir
their ranges rangesSheepmen rangeASheepl11en rangesITheepnmen
Sheepmen who have Just ummt come In Infrom Introm Infrom
from tho Red Desert soy 1111 they the know knownothing knownothing i inothing
nothing about the reported loss of life lifeamong lireamong itfeamong
among the herders and aside from the thesheep thesheep i ihcer
sheep killed on the railroad rail rand the loss losshas hosetins I IhnA
has been light lightSenator lightHellillar lightMetimutor
Senator SoMcll Very Low LowCamdf IJowClmdfn LovCanuln
Camdf n N J 1 Dec 1C IGU IT S Senator SenatorSewell SenatorSesvtll
Sewell 81 > 111 Is reported today to le very veryweak verywenk veryweak
weak and In danger of a second re relapse 10InpRI relapse ¬
lapse The physicians say that another anothersinking IInotherAlnklng snottiersinking
sinking spell might cause his dimih tI llIh ut utanytime utnnytlme atanytime
anytime The Sewell family emil in gath gathered Iathcred gatimered ¬
ered at the homestead awaiting the theend tlaeend limeend
end Senator S Sliwell wcll Is suffering from fromdlabftls tromdlab frommdiabetis
dlabftls dlab tls complicated with othjr his diseases dlsenece hiseu808 ¬
eases
Pallid Pat her nnd Daughter Killed KilledLogansport KilledLogansport ClIlellLognnsport
Logansport Ind Dec 16 16Fr 1Frunk 1FrunkHardy Frank FrankHardy nk nkHllrdy
Hardy and an his daughter r who were rid riding rltlIng ridIng ¬
ing in a buggy were W re run down by b a atrtln IItrtln atrain
trtln And killed k111 d near hero today todayL O QY
L
LABOR AND ANnI ANnOARIT MuOARIT1L I
OARIT OARIT1L LM MEET MEETRepresentatives MEETIleprosontalives EET EETReprosont
Representatives Reprosont tI s of Each Discuss DiscussPlans DiscussPIBns DiscussPliins
Plans to toMli Mlnlrnlko lO1I o Troubles TroublesDISTIiNflUISHfili TroublosDJsrl1NOUIS1ll TroublesD1SmImINaUtS1I1I
DISTIiNflUISHfili lj MUM M TJIEUB TJIEUBKriiiijor lJlEHNrultlur 1BER1climtur
I
Kriiiijor climtur llntnin 0 j l liclmIIr Sohv li Arcli ArclilUlnii treiibiihcmp
lUlnii Ireland I N II tjili bllltlII1 > Wii > II IIIohll J Jlohii
lohii Ilillllp mitt Olhnr OlhnrNew UIIIIINel OtimosNow
New York ° vrlt 11 Dco10Wllrfiught leti1d rought together togetherthrough tojotherIhlOUICh toiothierlhmcmugh
through the he goDfl gue l fiMi S 1 of It th National NationalIvlu i
Ivlu fedointloti t lfltt IIIIWUIf < ln j representa representatives ¬ I
tives of labor itntl tint cniJJI llqld 1 met home to today today ¬
day to tt discuss I1I CU85 plftnft fjfl minimize wage wageninl wnleIllld rngeit1
ninl it1 Itjguitrtni hla trrl1 fllqmtiJK diit Aiding thorn thornwith lhornwIth thornit
with it couiigol uuriljfyeiiil u tt tjwemal jt Il11 inoinlnaiit inoinlnaiittitudonts 11I011n811ttul1Olltlrl jtomnltiemtttudurmts
titudonts of ctortoml ecomionI1Mmm1 jJd toiKi lending fig figDies IIgUt tigurc
Dies Ut In the rullulouftfc lclI ruhlfiloum loUItt worlil lV rlll nnd the thecponlng thcCIInlllg thecponltmg
cponlng Bonilon wan vut 11 notablelor notl1hl 101 a iiuiu iiuiutor nlllltI mmmliiiter
tor tI of utrlklng oxprwwlons niul coin coiniinnt uomMlnlll cootnint
iinnt upmi the ho problarn fuwl by b tho thoniitormifl thoOntlrI1 timeC
C niitormifl Time storm s llllII trl h eastern Ponn Ponntylvanln Pi1I1IIayh1111 a asyivanls
tylvanln pi IIIe11I iIeelmtOtl evented otl Sirmtiul tampers JompelRJuhl1 tampersJohn iumnpemsJohn
John Mltiholl TheodgYo TheoI19 o Shaffer and andiihar UIIlelher tuimdrIhmer
iihar loading llifI ll1q ineuilier mnamhieriT Ipf r the th American AniorleunFederation AmericanFederatIon I IIlodutlltlonot
Federation of Labor fi4ln tr n reaching New Nowoil NewJ
J oil rk In time for or thu mPtUng 1II ln today toell but buttUoy IJuttloy buttiumy
tUoy will participate lo the session 1I to toinonow tomOnOI to110110W
inonow Oscar Strauss traU 6 Cornier minis minisler I11lnlllter mlniHtee
tee to Turkey furlto who acted nutOlll11 an chairman chairmanHimounccd chllllmantllIIlOuncet1 ebtuirmunnpimtouneed
Himounccd that It wan in plnnnod to form formu
u gonorttl CIIJr l executive Committee with withitlirencntatlon wllh1t1Jre withmtlmreecmttation
itlirencntatlon 1t1Jre eutltlon divided tuUoon labor laborcapital InbolcapUal labornpitcti
capital and tho gwern public lblc amid 1If1 It ItUH ItuuM
uuM UH hoped It would become a tribunal tribunalof
of lichen where tho vwnfWInir eunft > t1I1r intoroMH intoroMHnight Intoro Intorordiht ImiteruatsrIKhm
night libeL on equal ftlnutig nid mutt nettle lI nettletheli Hcttlollulr ltll
llulr differences H In u 1 HJ mipit > vit of concilia conciliation
tion I loll null mutual 11 u tlll toleration tolerationSenator tol tolevaIttnlLtO1 rl IWI IWI811I1111
Senator nlLtO1 M I A Hlimm Charles M MKhwnli Mdlnl t ti4ehmwnb
Khwnli President IlreS Qnt of th > United States StatesHcwl SteltCtlotIl HtnutesNQh
Hcwl corporation Arewhop re nimop Ireland Irelandtllahop J1elnlldUlllhQ11 IretmummdBishop
Bishop Alltel 9 9m JU CoipVsy Il president presidentcf resllcntcr
cf the Locomotive VWHPI K D 1 Du Dunnd 1 Dulminti 11 111lIId
nnd secretary of the Industrial 1t1lIl trIQI Com ComriltBlon Comr
r mission Theodore Maslnirc Mnli UlI of Haiti Haitimore UIIIIYJlt1i Ilahitmore
more U II Isaltbr I nl r fc t Philadelphia Philadelphiail
il i 0 Kirens of BL a IXU UJt II t M Hart HartIcy 1n 1nI Fam4icy
Icy I of the NatloniU Nntlot iiI Clra itderation itderationJohn ttderntloniJohn leaerathonJohn
John Philips of th9 tJntNtlohulllllttelH tJntNtlohulllllttelH11I11011 th Niitlomil Hatters Hattersunion IhztterHminion
union James Ryan ItIIp p i the interna international Iutertllt1nll Imiterfluitienni
tional Typographical union and Mrnoua MrnouaMftrkn MrMUYlIRrllll MritoUsMtrks
Mftrkn president of the tivrattomal National 1lllo l1 Cloth Clothing ClothIn Iothing ¬
ing In Markern awioclatltrns lI ocntllin s were among amonirtne
lIe men who ho nttenilijfl Rtten the opening openinguiostlng openlllgI1loetlIl8 Oemtiflgmeeting
meeting imrloH hirloMk MShvub M hub declared doclarcdttmt
that he VVB IVBII I onposeilto labor unlonu utiio at attliey IUtll a athey
they tll wwo uv uo now constlHitcd tt11 nnd said saidthat sailthftt saidthat
that they must fall tallMlhe RH 9he ihe trusta hart hartinMed hoclIlIlIe hodlulled
lulled for neukinij I to lljrilt the tim dutpUt dutpUtIlid dtltpmtmfld
Ilid control the tl JrI rlto rltoI riqcs riqcsI 1I1
I am hero he paid wltli a mind mindoj mlnllolen nmindopen
oj open > n lo conviction COllvltIOnlnx nnxlotm hl to BOO eo tho thoother thoother lImoother
other ehmlt III i1 1 of the nhliild us Ulshoj Pot Pottor rotter Pottoe
toe lion bo wild and 1IH1ICIldY rondy men y Wdo rdo that which whichIs
Is fall It may bo that Ja 1 irmu < 1 clflsh mo motlvp motlllI motire
tlvp Jilt I foallzo lcall p that uupn II tm th lmqmence > > pence penceMlu IIICtuJ
tuJ Mlu 1dJI1tmlnt tnient or orCibt nliijstrnoilfc4 hl Mri HI1 CJHhnt CJHhntoininJt that thatciI
ciI oininJt Cibt tiJ Utuvsen tve t l in < fdpllal Mitt Inbor do doponds d dp1119 topeflls
ponds the future piosperlfy 1101111111 111 Y of the tJnlt tJnltcd tJimlted lIt lItI
cd I KinteH tatea The dccadonto of trade In Inother Inothcr inother
other ountrlo is due to the hostility hostilityof hOIlI1lItnr
of labor union 1 do mb < not deny tIClI that tlmtcapltil IImtcupltil thatctmp1td
capltil bait litHn arbitrary nnd unfuli unfulilnm unfuimIani
lnm not opposed to labor unlnim per perM perMhut He Hebut sohut
hut 1 nni agaInst them IhlI1I118 as they an now nowconstlutiVi 1I0Wconst mmomscouistlutom
constlutiVi const lutct Labor unions will not sue sueceul surCN suecetti
ceul CN t1 fin II II I the ho trusts have hll e not succeeded Buoroededon
on tho pritylplfl of limiting production productionCon prodllltlolConrlhhtlon produmetionCamismi
Con Conrlhhtlon Camismi ollhitlon for economys ecnom 11 sake fair fairntfes fnlrwllJcRpurohnplnA fairagcs
wllJcRpurohnplnA ntfes purchasing In tho cheapest mar llIr1mt
hot amid limo scllliiB In the best arc arcthe 110the arethis
the trade pilnclples in that will stand The
labor uniunM have becomo trusts After Afternil ACtclnIl Aftermill
nil the fortunes tumid the pioiperlty 111p rlt or otthe orthe orthe
the employer ami employed pII111IuII1I11O mo linked linkedtojcthor IInkelltogethCIlhe linkedtogether
together togethCIlhe they are the Same and the thetwo thoto thetsuo
two IntKVhtH should stand together I Inm I11m Iam
nm wtllltiK to come here hlrelInll and give you younnv youi1IV youaimv
nnv pfaoucnl Ideas that I cnn nnd 1
hope will wimp to some good goodSonntor goodSllIlIlor goodnntor
Sonntor nntor Hnnna expressed his approv approvnl npproIII
nl of iiiv lh ptliiclplo IJf of organized labor laborrni
ant his l IH sne JIOwh < li drew dro anoIOKiesj from
John Thllllps ami nndTohn aIR John J Jj > Donnelly two twoof tlnof twoof
of the labor delegates loJe lIts present who eon
tensed that they had held erroneous and andunjust III1t1IIIjURl ammounjust
unjust Views as to the attitude of the theHcnntop theHlnntor tuesenator
senator townrd otcnnlrcd labor Sena ¬
tor Hanna related an experience ho had limitsitim
With coal mlneia in Ohiomany Ohio many year yearnjfo yearogo yearago
ago and enld that the expoilenco had hadmade hodnIltiJe hadmade
made film an advocate of unionism
I saw S then he said amid I believe believenow belloveno believeflow
now no that labor and an capital tould bo horou herOugIt
brouftht rou rOugIt Ilt tpptethcr t otber I believe that the thepay the1a the1ay
1a pay Is ISrlt at hand for their peace and I Iam Im Im
am m wlllnsr to RC gl Ie the bsst h Rt there lhC ols Is In Inme Inme Inme
me while lit life hosts to bring labor and andcrfpltal nndcdpltlll andcdpltal
crfpltal lopether oglth > r A Fottlcment of the thequestion thoflue9t1on th thuestIomi
question will do moro for pood govern government goernment governmoat ¬
ment Rood oo1 mornls fcood Hoclal rela r ln ¬
hams than anything else that we conld conldaccomplish conllnccompJlfh cotmitaccomplish
accomplish To the end of nil this I
RATIFY HAY = PAUNCEFOTE TREATY
VnshliiBton Dec 1C 16The The Hay HayPauncofote ITa ITaluuncof IfayIauncctot
Pauncofote le treaty was ratified by the theSenate thoSena theSenate
Senate Sena to lit 444 4 H p inr m by a vote votuof of 72 i to toC toAt toC toAt
C 6
6At
At the th opening of todays session snlon of
the Senate Ben de Mr Jones Arkansas Intro lntrodducud
ducwl 11 Joint resolution as follows
That hmat the thanks of Congress and
the American people are hereby her by ten ¬
dared to Rear Admiral Wlnflcld 8
Schley SchlC and the officers and men under i
his command comma lid for hIghly distinguished distinguishedconduct dtstlngutshmedconduct
conduct In conflict with the enemy as I
displayed by them In the destruction of
the Spanish fleet off the harbor of San Santiago Saritiago ¬ I
tiago Cuba lIbl July 3 1S38 1S 8
That tho President of time United Unitedstates
states be requested to cause lids taco
Union to be communicated to Rear Ad Admlral Admlrnt AdmimI
mimI Bchluy and thunjKh hIm to the
olllcers and ant men unjler his command commandWithout cOlJlmandWithout comnmandWithout
Without comment the resolution resolutionreferred wn wnreferred wnlj
referred to tho committed on naval nf
faM faMThe f talrtTime 1 tI tIrhe
The Senate So II III 0 adopted the resolution of
Senator S nntor Vest directing the committee
on Judiciary to Investigate and report
on n method for icstrlotlnff anarchy
and restraining rl tr lnlnl those who attempt to toassassinate
assassinate Presidents PresidentsThe
The Senate at 1218 p I m n went into
executive session to consider the Hay
Paunccfote treaty treat
FORTUNES IN WYOMING 0MIN6 OIL FIELDS
Colonel P a Downey the San Fran Francisco FrnnclRco Franclaco ¬
cisco oil expert retnrnediliB evening eveningafter eenflgafter ell ng ngntter
after an examination of the Wyoming WyomingUtah WyominjUtah
Utah Oil Development propDity propDityseventeen 11rOlhJt ty tytlevcntcen tyseventeen
seventeen miles northwest of Evans Evanston Evatuton Evanston
ton ml lI about ten t n miles mil northwest northwestfrom
from the Alma branch of the Union Unionpacific Uniontncillc tinloimVaclilc
pacific load He nayri In I1tltls his irport irportthat rportthM eportthat
that the geological formation Is with without withJut wiihjut ¬
Jut fault oi break In the nioiintnlnoua nioiintnlnouarim
rim bordering tho southwoat north northeast northelUlt northeast ¬
east nnd north sides of this ground groundforming IloundCormln mroumviforming
forming the entrance1 into the largo oil oilbasin 011bllJlln oifbasin
basin or valley vall belonging lo the com commn colinII comnThe
mn II > The cnjplng cni vng of thlH niounlad niounladrim 1ountI1rIm
rim Is tretcewniit rock lying Iyl lyin altiost altiosthorizontal 1L11lo aitiothorizontal t thorlzllntal
horizontal with a slight > lip to the thenorth thonorth timenorth
north and west of tho oil bisln lie lieneath litneath lieneath
neath this c Clip < ip rock will bo fonnJ stams stamsofcoal eamaoec04 ame ameofcoal
ofcoal the k bG1 3i following tlu dlr 11Irec e
freoly ti eiti give HI whatever servko I can canrender cllnreJIIlcl callrontlci
render to thn t ima nwoclatlon nwoclatlonArchbishop III1PIICIRtllIlIArchbl mwpoclcutltmimArchiblslmop
Archbishop Archbl hop Ireland Mid that nil IM IMropo ItimOile
ropo looked to thu tii United Staten lo lohoiil 10hOltl toimemul
hoiil tho breach between tho two great greatIntertntH grcntIlIlerlllt greatiumIertt
IntertntH As a nilnUlnr ot religion an ana 1111II itSIL
a mombur of a ohurcli whomt poiitlft poiitlfthad Iloltllffhlll Iomttitfhnd
had doclnivd hint tho most Important Importantduty ImpUltlilltnty imnportnmltuluty
duty nty of tho ho church wan to maintain maintainpeace mmumulmttulmmpeato
peace between be tivecim labor and capital thu I ni he heWIIH hoWIlli iiovmic
WIIH present to do Ids duty tint In u alimeat move movement lllUCIIonl ¬
ment thnt made for peace llelll hatmony hatmonyand
and brotherhood IIrolll rhnoll among men 110 bo bollovcd heHOIp teltovil
llovcd ho Mid that the realization of ofwhat ofwhllt ofiuhmnt
what Americans owed to one another anotherus
us mon IMlllln1 arid children Ilf f God was needed neededto
to II bring those opposed together He Heapproved lie1I1111tmIII I to tommpptovti
approved the lit Idea of creatIng pOIno pOInoIhllnllol sotimuchmnnmtoh om omchannel
channel for an exchange of Ideas nnd nndIho nllliIho ama amatIme
Iho mutual flow of the fcolliiK ot broth brotherhood urothIrhood brotherhtood ¬
erhood erhoodJohn IrhoodJnhl1PhllllpH erhtoodJnhi1
John Jnhl1PhllllpH PhllllpH and nlH John J Donnelly Donnellytho Donnel1
the latter of the Now York llrlcklayors llrlcklayorsunion lIrlekldyorllUlilott hirlekidyorsujilon
union recorded toor tl > their approval of the theprinciple thoIIrlnellll1 tueimvImteiliIe
principle of arhltralon nrbltmtollllHl1 and conciliation conciliationnnd cl lcllllitloll11I11
timid asserted 1 tlmt for years tho hatters hattersnnd hliltcllInHet lmnttersniul
nnd brlcklnyftrs IIrlcklll rM In Nt New York had inalrt inalrttallied 1111111tnillNI mimmuimttalimeml
tallied satisfactory lelatloiiH with the themon Ih thetitan
mon who employed thorn thornNATlUNALliioNUMliNT IhllnNAl1UNAIJ thomNAIIUNA
NATlUNALliioNUMliNT NATlUNALliioNUMliNTVotorang NAl1UNAIJ IAMON MONUMl U M ENI ENIVotormins Nl Nloforulis
Votorang mul Public Itmtitmhlcto lo Contribute to toJtcKtnley tocIlnlc to3IcIhluIe3
JtcKtnley cIlnlc Memorial MemorialOver 1tIloIIIIIOor
Over tho ulRimttiro ot Rudolph A Alit AltrdCJ1nrlltlent Alitdopnrtmmment Iff Iffdepartment
department commander department of ofUtah oCUtllh ofIiltmb
Utah d A R n call upon comradoH comradoHand
and an patriotic people of Utah to con contribute contrlbuht commirlbtil
tribute to tho erection of a lltthiB mon montimont 11011I nmomitalent
I
talent to the memory of tho late Prctil Prctill 1ronIjlsut
< Jl jlsut l nt McKlnley has itmt been circulated circulatedThe
The communication Is worded as a fol folHIII folIt ¬
lows lowsIt HIII HIIIII
It Is iliect and limit proper thnt the peo people pcopIe itcoph ¬
pIe ot this I commonwealth tim should Join Joinulth Joinwith joinvltim
with their th h follow rlilziMis In time other otherstates othelItlltllIlIl otheretmites
states ItlltllIlIl In urecllngu 1 fitting iittiit inonumunt to tothe toIhe totime
the itiemoly of our Intulumunted lath ittmemmted Pres President lrclIIdollt PrecIdeal ¬
Ideal William McKInley Mc1Clll y The depart departniiu depnrltllmt departlmlllt
niiu commandcis of the Grand Army Armyof
of the Republic Hopu IJllc In other JurisdIctions Juilsdlctlomthave
have already taken lnkonllteps steps to collect con contributions contrllmtlolill contributlomme ¬
tributions from the comrades and nlllllOats nlllllOatsfot posts postsfor 10815for
for thnt purpose Hero In Utah our ourmembership ourIIwtnhorshlll ourmnetmiberudmihi
membership Is nuccsnrlly necol mmecCssn nllly very Yet small smallTherefore smallTherefore mllIThEl
Therefore ThEl ror In order that our young youngBtntc YOIIIIIstilI yotmngstimte
Btntc may have a proper1 share In time thoundertaking lhounllltlk timeumnIsrttuklmig
undertaking unllltlk mar IH I fool that all 0110111 our citizens cltlxenshouid cltlzellshoUIlI citizensihioulul
houid bo given nn mm opportunity to t ton tontl 1011Ullont touttil
tl Ullont til Unite 1 mm te to tho t monument monumentKvory 1II01llltltontI ml t tlory
Kvory I vor contillnitlon no matter how howsmall howI1l11nll Imouisinai
small I will I be appreciated a lmlieeIn t cml nnd a ad II faith faithtill fri I tim timliii
till record will Il be kept k J11t < of tho namo of ofthe IIrthl oft
the t donor do 11 l and the t lie amount II 11111 m II 11 t of his ii is or orher 0111r nmhmvr
her contribution and till will bo cm cmliodlDd cmIlodlt11 emitbodleil
liodlDd In the nuxt annual 1III1I1UIIIlorl report to the thodetriment timedelmrlmment
detriment 11111 rlmen t oncnmiinient oncnmiinientSfliid alwn emmrnmnmgaemmtSflhtl IIHl1OIlI IIHl1OIlISIJIIII
Sfliid all eontrlfiutlons to Frank FrnnltHoltmnn IrnnlU Frankikiffntaii
Holtmnn U ftmnll A A A fSineinl 76 west Sec Seconil SeclIlIr Sectimid
timid lIlIr South street Halt Lalto City CIt who whowill whowm whoivill
will enter the maine on the proper use ieciriu 101fJItIlI usenilH
fJItIlI iriu tumid u 1111 turn the moneyn over to thin thopjnitprmnntcr lholIunltllnlOlller thinmtmnrtomnmnster
pjnitprmnntcr general to forward In Indue Induo liidue
due time to the monument commls commlsHlonorH c01l11111sIIOMrS commimnissic
HlonorH HlonorHDEATH IIOMrSlmAlH sic
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DEATH W O MKStJHOWBUj MKStJHOWBUjOnoof M IIS US SIOEj4IJ SIOEj4IJOttu IIOWI IJIJ IJIJOl
Onoof Ol Ottu of the llnnilniit JlnnlIomlrthjerolmhes llorolnos B of 1850 1850InsjHH 1II 11160l1liSH O OPIIBi
InsjHH PIIBi A 1iiiiy 1iiiiyMvsWiiihnimi way wayMrs Wil WilhWlJllnm
Mrs MvsWiiihnimi William Showell wife of William WilliamHhuwoll WlJllnmhuwell WIlhiamIimuuohh
Hhuwoll died at her residence In the theEighth theEighth theElghmth
Eighth ward an of hfnrt failure thlH thlHmorning thlltIlIornlllg timismimorullig
morning The was iia born In Upholland UphollandLiincashlit UJ1hollnndlnncoshhc JplmoilantILnumicashilitj
Liincashlit Kngland April 25 1838 1838Joined 1838JollIed 1838jotneti
Joined the tit Church there nnd came to
Utah In mo crossing the plains In Ed Edward Etilitlid
ward 11111 Martln hand hili cart company She Shewn 8hewnll Shewas
wn inarrl6d to William Showoll March
24 ISM am has lon t rejdcd ie lllell dod In Inlhlll Inlhlllell this thiscity thIscity
city ell w1tr6 1 r oho waff iumm hlfihiy high r y respected respectedby
by b a largo circle of friends friendsUlililK fllent1sCHIlI friendsS friendsCltSIE
UlililK CHIlI IN IN S N OUIHON OUIHONIxrcnzo UmmNforcnzo IUIENIorenio
Ixrcnzo Marriott Arrested for May Maylicm 31113hlellIDettIll In InhCIIUcltlh
licm hCIIUcltlh Ucuth of Ilonccf IlonccfBpeolnl IloiieeiSpecial IIOIICCISpeulnl
Special to the th News NewsiQgdcn NewlIIOgdn NewsOgden
> Ogden Utah Dec 10 IGIoren Lorenzo o Mar Marilott Mltrtlott Marriott
ilott wns as arrested this morning by byDeputy hyI byDeputy
Deputy I Sheriff Crocker on a warrant wairantcharging waltanlelulIlIlnll warrantclumrgltmg
charging maylem sworn to by Charles CharlesSummers ChltlesHummers CharlestiImmmmlors
Summers tiImmmmlors The alleged crime occurred occurredDeoumlicr occurred1ecmmmtor
Deoumlicr n 9 when Marriott Is said to toImve tohmttsC
Imve Jjlll liitttn Summers ear ell I and thumb thumbHo thumbHunpJclIell1lforo tilumfllHi
Ho HunpJclIell1lforo nppcared before Justice Joseph Hall Hallthlx Hn1Jthht Hallttmii
thlx morning 011 IUIInm tO 11mg who held him iii mit In bonds bondsf bommuls2r
f 1r > r Mo 6UU to The hearing takes place Wed W Wedmsdrmy WodMrs rJ
htHllay htHllayMra msdrmyMrs
Mrs Tennle Prior I rlor pleaded not guilty
before Judge J Rolapp this morning tn tnthe tulhe totue
the charge of grand larceny InrcclI She wds wdsreleased WdRreleu svdsrehiaeed
released releu ed on her own recognizance Do Dofondant Dcfellliunt Doemmilant
fondant Is charged with stealing Ht < U tihO tihOIntnrmnazlomt 1CO 1COInformation O OInformatloll
Information was IlS filed in the district districtroart tllatrlclultt districtrlhmtt
roart this morning against Richard RichardFlint litchardFlint < 1 1Flint
Flint nllegclng forgery It Is set forth forththat torththlll forthtitttt
that he changed the date on a receipt receiptfor
for house rent signed by b Walter Ding
ham hamtroml0 from 1900 0 to 1901 1901To IOOITo 1901To
To he Cretan Commissioner CommissionerNew CIIII1I11IRlIlolicrNew
New York Dec 16 IGTho The Rome cor corlespondcnt corJesl1ondent correspondent
respondent of the th Londari Times and andNew IUldNe mundNeis
New Ne York Times quotes the Glonaii UJ GionamdItmtila Olin OlinltllIa
dltalla which says that the Italian Italianminister Itllilunmlnlstor Italianzoimmister
minister of foreign affairs nnd nut the am urn11Il
basadors 11Il adOls nt Rome of Great Britain
France I rnlco and lIll Russia have decided to ap ¬
point Prince George of Greece high highcommissioner highcomm highcommissioner
commissioner comm lsloner In Crete for to I a further
term of thieo years
tlon ot the cap rock and whero ivhe both bot
Bides of the mountains hays h been cut
through by till IJead river fully ftl
feet of rich oil shale tnn nn be seen A
veil mink for water thirtyfive thirty live fuel ft I li
coateu < with petroleum whlci 1 spoils it
for watering stock stockThis stockThIs
j
This river erosion Is at tho entrance ntrnne
to the Le Leo ranch and n well sunk 01 o
any an part of this ranch will iil prove rorf oifi
merclally successful ns an oil proponf
tlon especially In the narrow Profit ¬
able wells may be h > reasonably expected
at a depth not to exceed 1000 feet in
any part of thin rich f field ld The Thi
colonel concludes by b saying that dur ¬
ing an experience in the oil field of
thirty years It has not been his priv ¬
liege to look ov over r an oil field that com I j jmend8 ¬
mends lt itself elf to him more highly For
tune tuneaConfromit confront the owners in this fluid l1 hl
01 i av ry abort 1h47t I time will djtermlno
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WILLARD So 8 HAYES HAYESDIES IA YNES YNESDIES
DIES fROM WOUND WOUNDI
I Roy Kaighn Accordingly Has Charge of ofMurder ofIYlurdel ofituider
Murder in i the First Degree to Answer AnswerComplaint Al1sVelComplaint r rCoiiiplajtit
Complaint Filed Today
Wlllard fl Hayncs IIaleitwho who was shot by byCoy
leoy Coy Knlghh on the 2 th h day dll < JC > t Novinj Novinjlur NIImIJlJr Noventber
lur tt III tho KnulAford hotel died at the theHoly IheHoly timeHoly
Holy Cross Cro II hospital hO JlItIlI thin moniln JIlollllnlC u antiiiuumttc f tII tIImlllllhH v vinllitlUH
inllitlUH before B oclock llln u death tJlIl1tltIIILIt deathhits uth uthluis
luis not ciumed much stirprlie among amongthoso 111110111thoso smmionmgthose
thoso who have hll Va bean Informed an e to toMM toils
MM comlltlon from 1011 time to time > Tho Thoend rhoJill lmo lmomtiI
end mtiI clime peucofnlly and nut h lie HulYerwt HulYerwtliut NulteledIlut sueyq4but
but little pain painProbably 1 lairlhiobcutihy Iln1Iobrlbl >
Probably 1Iobrlbl the first onw to bf nutlflnl Mllnllor
01 the sad ending of the truRmly was wasJotter u uJuller U UJulllr
Juller ThomiiH II of the county jail Uu Uuwas IIt1WIIR 1l 1luLln
was Informed by h talophono at S oclock oclockthlH rJcloektllill oclockt
thlH t it Is morning mnmrn I ii g niul Immediately I inniod I a t sly carried carriedtlio Ilmlpttho ekrri sd sdthin
thin utUMlcomo tldliiKH to youiiR youiiRKulBhn yountlulthll yoummigKulglmii
KulBhn Tho youim pilsonor wan vim vimhly vlsiitly 1111 1111hi
hly hi shocked ahodcllll1t1 amid It WHS sovornl minutes
bufoio he bognn to realize the position i ° KItIoum
It placed him III After a moment momentHlleiK II1l1rnentlloncl nimmmentsMihemuje
HlleiK he asked of o Jailor Thunmv ThunmvDid lholluDId rlmnimimssDid
Did ho suffer much pain painThe plllnThe paInThin
The Jailor replied OIJ 11 01 that Haynes died diedpeacefully Ilodpll1cefull tllelpeacefully
peacefully and Buffered but little littleI II It 11 11I
I nm glad of that said II II III young 0110
KnlBlui llln fuco turned donthly pale paleand palolnd palemind
and he paced his 1mm o l1ill ll nervously nelvousllam nervousiI
I lam urn sorry sor he In 11I1MI1 dead I nm ony he
IB dcnd bald tin boy slowly
About IJollt a half nn hour later Detective DetectiveSheets DtectlAShectH DetectiveSheets
Sheets culled up thehospital the h081111nl from tho thopolice tho1lIcl thepci
police pci Ice station e tim t 1111 nnd Il Ii ii loomed bit rmmmI of t Il I1I1Ie I1I1IeIloath I I ynes pnesuientit ynesdeath
death Thru brim word wns IIH sent to the theKnutsfoid thelIutAfolll timeJlumtitetomd
Knutsfoid uttl HI soon Urn th news was wasunrciid wa11Iend uasS
unrciid S 11Iend i teat nil ii i i over the lmnln hUllhlllflllliIt lIeSM ft i pint liLt It of the thecity Ihle thmocity
city e I
IlIlly Hilly llnynes II mu iun IB dead ll tll The words wordsconveyed uvomlseoneyed old oldlolle1
conveyed profound sorrow Into the thehearts thlhCllrts tileimearts
hearts tiC if those who were W II acquainted acquaintedwith Aetmmulimtedisith
with him an lie had many frlsnds frlsndshic frienllhero frienmishere
hero All thAI could be done for him himwas hllllWI1R hmlmiiwas
was done The sclono Aol lot ml and skill i 1II of tho thomedlciil thomedlclll thinmedIcal
medlciil profoaslon prolonifOd his life lifebut lifebUl hitsbut
but could not save It Var svvernl svvernlHours 1I1Ilrll110UlI1 severutlflours
Hours he had been irmflually sinking sinkingnnd sinkingand Inlllngnnll
and although he mndq n brave fight to toJive toJive tolire
Jive It was not to bn bnWhen 1JnWhell hohemi
When hemi Intervlewtfd by b a News Newticprcsontatlvo News1cllresonlatho Newsmepresommtatlve
icprcsontatlvo this morning Dr Root Rootsnld tootinlel Ilootsaid
said inlelIIanea
ITaynco simply Imlll died from roil exhaus exhaustion exhaustlon exhaumsion ¬
ion It wns nll due to poisoning from a aRUII nUll aguit
RUII Ull shot wound Prom I ron tho beginning lIelllIl1ll1Jr
Mr Jr Haynefl has mm been able to tal tllll o only onlyfluid OnlylIull bmmlyfluid
fluid nourishments DI Nlles and I Ilinvo Ihno Ihalve
halve stood guard over him watching watchingfor wlltchlnlrfor
for blood III0ollpoIHolilng poisoning Vo 0 kept him very veryquiet er erquiet eryquiet
quiet all the tlmo and would allow no noono 110ana noone
ono to see him since hiI his condition conditionchanged Ionlllllolldllnlili1 coniltiommchrnnget
changed On Wednesday th Ihi patient natlendeveloped
developed chills and fnver and after afterrnreful IftnrIIefll aterrnmettll
rnreful examination wo 0 were 010 abli > to tolocate tolocate 1 1loente
locate the cnusp cnus of the septic polnnniiiH polnnniiiHA
A Au IncUjnn inleInnuiut was 1I111II111e mode and th time < > wound woundvat woutitolallowed
vat 10 allowed to drain ll I1oe > nw con conrltllon Ionr1IlIon on ondillon
dillon ImmedlatelyrlmnRcd for Dr tliubet tliubetter tlibCbtsr
ter and ho was feftllngiiulto ff llnlI lte comfort comfortnble eonilortable
able until ullUllnAt last night wImp hlll1 he was again againwilzed olllinHIIZed againSPIZOn
wilzed with lIh chills followed by b high fe fever flr isVer ¬
ver r Knrly Iarl this inoriilns the thm fever was wasvery tmtsvery 1111 1111cr
very cr high hl h and I wits 1111 called cn Jellllut out at 2 23 23f 23eI 3 3I
I remained with him about two hours hoursand hOUfHanl hoursand
and anl when I loft ho Rccincd better but butvery hutvo butvery
very vo weak weakHaynes wenkHnyneA weakItaynes
Haynes ulster Mrs unions of Hush Hushnoil IJu hiushitch h hnoll
itch 111 who has been here sInce the thetrnpedy thetrllgel timetrztgei
trnpedy trllgel Will practically the ony 011 one onewho ontwho oneiio
who iio was allowed to pee Haynes at any IIn
UTAH DT UTAIISUUARSXMA UTAIISUUARSXMABig AU SUGARS X XMAS iAS DIVIDEND DIVIDENDBig
Big Factory Buds the Phenomenal Run nunMonager Manager Cutler Thinks ThinksWhat ThinksVh ThinksWhat
What Vh Congress Will Do for CubaWill Cuba Will Not NotAffect NotAffect NotAffect
Affect Sugar Here
1 1SUlnr
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Sugar company mctthJB m lJhls morning at atPresident atPresldellt atPresident
President Smiths office ol ofllcaimd iJ aiid d transacted transactedthe trl1l1 transatedtilt a > tlll tllltM
the usual monthly mOllthlyrcJlill routine of business businessThe businessrII busInessTime
The rII only 0111 matter of f public p bllc Importance Importancewas
was U8 the declaration of tho regular reeularquarterly rOjularqlllrterly regularqtirirteriy
quarterly dividend of 3 PCI cent which whichwas whIchWl18 whichivium
was made payable on onDecomor December 2ith 2ithInstead 2Hhhlptonll 2ltitImmtutui
Instead of the 31st > Tho Th stock transfer transferbooks trnn transferbooks ter terJolts
books close ose on the th 20th 20thManager 20th1l1nnger 20thttanmnger
Manager cutler Iull r who returned from fromthe frontthe traintme
the East yesterday slntttd afire the themeeting thenlcetlnG timenmueting I
meeting that t he bollbvod that while whileCongress whileeOI1trefiH uiuiieongreoon
Congress ongreoon would probably make some someconusslon IIlImCOlltl8Alon mmmccommeeeeioim
conusslon to Cuba sugars it would wouldtot wouldIOt mouidrIot
tot be ulllelnt to cut any inuurlul inuurlulfigure Inltllrllllflgur iiitttiiulflgmlre
figure In the price of ho tho product II rOI llt belt heifCuba hel helCIIIII beltCubme
Cuba was 11 n the VjOfgB idcgDot JirRnot of bankrupty bankruptyonil JankruIIIIanll
onil It scimcd lIelnw 1 llkflly lltOl that ConKri1 ConKri1would Congroeiuoultl
would 01111 m malt l < M 111110 HO i reduction r III the ex exluting px1utlllg oxJmmting
luting tariff Kotiably 1o1 nbr2A 2A nor com but butUH billus butam
UH limo tll Cuban ntoded I1lUd t over every cut of ofthis litthlR Hfthls
this themselves therl1 to toMo save them from fromfUiirvatinn tromIItlllIOI1I1 fromuittmtvatlomi
fUiirvatinn It nns ns not t t likely IIkel thnt th t it itWould IIwould itvuakl
Would he 1 talnn oft thlJ th prlc Mr r Cut Cutler I Iler mm mmher
ler confirmed con rmud the1 thOIUW8 nuws of UK th rioting riotingdown tiollmucdorri
down of the f faattmry otiry after Its It pheno phenomenal IJhe11lme Phem Phemmimerul ° ¬ I
menal me llI flshtxthree lhhl thrctdnII rtys run runIlf runlit run1k
lit had hll flulle < tiU an imutwal exrcrlctic exrcrlcticIn ftXplrl nte nteIn
In coming omln up from cdiii Lh l 1Ihl thl morning morningto
to ftitnd II a tllIl th > > meeiltii He n bounled the thfOrvrnii IhtOrl1fllI theOregin
Orvrnii Simon Lin at Lehl tint at atnlnuhall athllnghmtnm itniiiHluun
niiiHluun Iun JuldlOll < tlOi tho train fimii tlm III to tofull 10full IlL IlLtull
full top owing oln y > tjie freigli wreck wreckat rlckat
at Hint pi 1110CI a re and ant thjf tii wi JIIIInlf cnKr cnKrnotified r wire wirenotiCed Irf Irfnotl1111
notified that It Sttt tas tot tltofether uncer uncertain uncertaln mincerkiln ¬
kiln how noon tnitljo trnt1o would be 11 rt rtopened rto reopeticil
opened openedMi o nd
Mi 1 Cutler knowing that he RIo nmfliande RIoOlRnr1 RIOlmandc
fliande train from tJC il0 lio outh would wouMsoon wouldAoon wouldsoon
soon pass nSII tilled to secure a hens hl to torldo 10rltlo toride
ride to the R G I W VI reel track a dlctinm dlctinmof 1IIn 1IInof
of n mile and an a half The only Omit 111 nnlmal nnlmalhe
he h fould uhl secure was as a b IJIII butte re back horse horseunaliod horlMlunAholl horseUnahmoil
unaliod and he had only on ildden m It Ita Ita ItIL
a few steps when It slipped and fell fellMr fellMi ellMr
Mr Iutler 1 tIr fortunately fortun telY ultshtliitf 11J1 htlnJ with without withIIUI without ¬
out injury Just then n milk webS waconcamt walOnCl1ml webScame
came along nnd he entered 1 Into ntgo ntgotlatlmm nlllltlatlnrl8 ngetItitIrtis
tlatlmm with the vendor to make the thedrlw Ihedrl lhednIv
drlw drl The way n the thm milk cans an rat rttlet rattletl rattied
tied let around In the th wagon was a cau caution Iaulion estulion ¬
lion hut the Rio Qrnnde track wa wareached warOIClwl Varermclwd
reached Just In time to allow nllo Mr M r rut rutler Ul Uller Uther
ler to jump aboard as the train was VMIpulling waspuhimag I
pulling out outlliK outnJ outlhg
lliK Demonstration In Arcentlnfl ArcentlnflHuenos krgentIiumuIlueluos I
Huenos Ayros rrJs Dec 1C via 11 Pnri PnriTliciu PU1Tllelo PatliFliemu
Tliciu have been IJeondel1lonst1ltlonll demonstrations In Insupport Insupport insupport
support of the edv l gdyerntnent V r rnment throughout throughoutthe
the Argentine republic rep republicL bU bUr
r 1 1c
c
L 1
time N No Imflnclnpnltl ttrrCncmnp irir < tncI > 1t or tim tUtlorl11 I
will Ill I ile
e irmdf until hit hitlinn hi MltJlt IUtl uurt
hCJItt
train amid then ltd UlldrtltOOI
linn linllllW the hocl Imoejy will III l he ° illt 11 smelt to lila nll nllVV cu cuv
VV v 8 TlKirtiMi b IMr ttor known among hU h
time frlln11i a J3ly Dilly lJaYII W II wa iv M onVoT unll ofJ ofJtht of
most IHIIultr l traveling men on Who Whof
visit thlll 11t 11tFor city
For OVtl ov eighteen years 1111 Ii f has trav travof
olttl III thin IntrllIl of KHtli KHtliyears Iltll fluotliern olhra
hntlfrll ot hltlIlfll lint situ for fifteen
years or more be has traveled over overLake otprth ° time
5amn rn t territory rrllor III tllot Illno his his via 111
Itr hlel rl illll Lake city ty from rein two to four
11111118 thlmi A m year 8 Illtl sin I MM helllll a wnlnl fellow fellowhim t Jow
wu Lus VOl very I popular > OPU 1Ul with
n nil wll ivlmo ho ° knew naw nawllaynui
him hihimihhitymies
hlll11LYIIUI
llaynui win alillut iu > ut forty yenm IM of nea
anti a uiol uuiwrrlca Ii a married Prior to
rK to Chi Chiw hl
tago Rn tot 11111111 w Willi H In niiihiiPll UU
mind nd his hi parents mill rv NlIlth lu then The Thing
have hrei 111 itine1 of hi hils Um lemrtiso e 111111
th news hnj also bMn wired to W V K KCli
foChiIlPY tnanarer f for ° r Koltl1 Ilrother nt ntThe
Cli lllr aLto aLtolhmt
The 11 wound WOUIt which r caused u od Haynon
iMth WM Rf1 lnlllct Inflicted d by b M 1 M KnlRlin
fri1 klillWII 11 as Ito th time I1 Wy 19Ytal011l rold son of ofiiM
01 iiM 1 1 JV H LfRlelin I Ifottghun lliThn on the Afternoon
of ofi ofthe ti the VBtli a cay y of November III tim
lollo obi i oV ui l lh e Kmuifoitl hotel Tho
Iruntdy I rUltI y oecurrsd about 130 I 31 oclock
Kalghn wallwd Into th the lobby and
asked to see Iltynes lI He was 1111 pointed pulntcllI1lIt
I1lIt < lit t by h i Cltth rk Burton and Hnynes nnd nnd1iilgln ant
1iilgln i nhrl n tool a i seat at t vide by It sIde on a nP
iettef P II Th r riy > y conversed con m for a ftfv flf mill atm
uis tll R wii 0111111 > ii ktiddrnly Knlhli drew a re revolvor raolvr
volvor and tired He wim jiiaceil un unHiuxt
tIt Itr < Hiuxt ot und all Inmate IInll wan qM made to
tnki tlu II WLundml man tQ the hospital
Di Iim4 1 in Itd d Nil NIbs llt H ntt llIlInlle ndcd him and
for pviunl davs < they h hllll d strong tron hopeR
for th icirntH I om ° Ilili recovory 1OlIr 1OlIrAbu
Abu a ve eelt k auo hU hi condltlbn be becnnn h hrlllll beSmile >
cnnn yorv nrv but the physlclnnH said
there t n nil no oooanlon oooa lon for alarm lIe Hewa lIeWR lieeels
wa I wlMd eels with ohllls followed with a af IIfI ae
f Jit ht tcv r 1 rpoii examination tho tho110tOIII
doctors fiuuiid Homoihlnif was wrong
Relic thf thi oours of till tmllet and mutt the thewound thewC theuunul
wound wC a not heslInK as they the expect expected ¬
ed 1 Pr r rro t ro or four days dn 11 his condi condition condltien ¬
tion remained unchanged unchnn l but when the theeliin ther
eliin r III his ramt he could hold out no long longer ¬
er RPI Rr bejrsn 1t > Sh to sink until death dellt h re
lliMd II lii 41 1 hit hi fcitfTerln 1 1I110rln8 8 this thlMmornlng mornlmr mornlmrIRSI
IRSI WH VrttuiMlny lIeilrr moinlng line after afternoon nfternOlin afternoon ¬
noon jdvni um KulKhn had n preliminary
hearing hcfiii heft Judge JU lKP < Dlehl on the thecharR tilldlfrll thineloire
charR of nnsault with Intent to com commlt rOilmil roimlimIt
mil murder and WBB held In 5000 5000honiH 5000bonM 5000bommlp
honiH to await tho action of time din dinttiot diNtthJt diiittIot
ttiot court uvt lluynes 1ynlIdCflthJ deathjWill will hecessl hecesslin hcesIiota
in iota tn pKiKUllon 11IIJ1PtUI nn on another r And more moroserlo1 moreRfrlo moreserb
serlo1 serb s t char olmargenmurdei munler In the first d dRI dp dpIIIW dogmn <
RI IIIW C Tin 11 untv attorney filed a com comi comtllIlt cmiitiiilt
i tllIlt Wi t ohnrKlnfe hnrfhtkthnt that crime batorc Judife JudifeJijphl JIIIIKtnJ TtilgnflUlii
Jijphl nJ < hl tpdav p I The other complaint co will willtihiitiiy willbfLJy vilItupIJ
tupIJ tihiitiiy V Iw OjswilfesWJ 1 iU ilJ KolKhn will wllncnni willAJnln wIllngn
ncnni AJnln ngn mm be li brought Into court cOI rt forarinlnn forarinlnnmont for arraign IInolnIIIIll arraigntmieltt
mont Hid I li ml will il I also ol so have liii ye ntiothur mttOt tier prelim prelimInar IlrellrnIlIur vrel inn innimlar
Inar hiiTlni hiiTlniDrs Itt I him himIra
Drs 0 Ira Mayo Ino nail Root will hold an nil niltonsy nUtlll11 atmtfl5I
tonsy tlll11 this thll1l1flelnlloll thll1l1flelnllollIl11nlltllntel afternoon afternoonImmedlntelv afteroriomiimmirmiedluttulS
Immedlntelv after younp Kalphn wa waInformid wnInrorll1ld as asIntormnoi
Informid of Haynes1 death wuril wmri was waswnt WilliMnt wassent
sent to his family nnd MU tls8 Coates Coatesover foateAoer Tomutesover
over whum hom It Is said the trouble oc occurred oeIlIrl occmirietl ¬
curred IlIrl tI went nt once to tho county Jail Jailand jllllal1d mItand
and had a lonu talk with the boy
tint cmoofiu cmoofiuSpecial aUOO3lISpeclnl iUO3lLSpecitul
Special to time News NewsLehl NowsIehl NewsrehmI
Lehl Dec IflThe Utah Sugar fac factory fl1ctory factory ¬
tory closed down for tho season leMOnII leMOnIIlllNay yes yesterday yesterday ¬
terday moinlng after th the most mosltiucCOlY mosltiucCOlYCuI nucco nuccoful succecsful
ful run In n Its history This season has hassurpassed hn9sUrllQS8el1 imassurpassed
surpassed previous efforts both otll us ro roCards togoods 0 0CIIIdi
Cards the th aiutml of be heels tshnndl hnoJId1I1111 hnoJId1I1111Ihl < J anti nndthe antitii
the tii excellence of the finished product productDurln lroluctJllrlng itrotluetDuring
During the post senson the factory and andslicing IludIIlhlng maidslicing
slicing station have sliced up 7S33 7 m 910 910tons 011tonll 910bus
tons of beets and sucked 18143401 18143401IMMinds 18143400llOtllllls 18143401motmnds
IMMinds of white granulated sugar sugarTaking sugarFahimig
Taking Into consldetatlon lJon ldllIIlIol1 the sugnr sugnrand lIugmand sugatand
and molasiws yet y t to be > mined the out outimt 0111Iul mitput
put will rend easily 18600000 pounds poundsdnrliiK lOUlldlldurillfol lmoummdsduring
during the eightythree days the plants plantshave plnnlhav plantshave
have been In operation During this thistime thIstime thistime
time the average 1 crogt slicing at the central centralfactory cerltrnlractllry centralfactory
factory and the three cutting stations stationsbat
bat been 9CO tons dally dill but during the thelunonu therun timeiuaone
lunonu run onl or other otll r of tho cutting eta Btntlims etatltflM tll tlltlllnll
tlims stopped for or Home time while the thefactory thotile timefactory
factory tile tory laid off ci one day In order to toclew toclttlll tocheosit
clew clttlll u up 10 o the average can saId to tobe
be 1 fully 1000 10 tons of beets sliced eacn eacnday cncnlay mmcmlday
day dayOne One feature of this thl seasons work Is Isthe 19the Inthe
the fact that t expert who have visited visitedthe Isltldt
the t l1t plant Including some gentlemen gentlemenfrom
from Kurcp I urlJt i are < rc of the unanimous unanimousopinion unlnlmollSInlon unamllmumsmba
opinion mba that time quality of the sugar tugurmode sugartomMie ugllrlade
mode hire this season has not been ex excelled ucellf e ecelled ¬
celled anywlien In the world worldThe worldThe worldThe
The factory factor d urine the tis run Just ecu ecueluded OCIIrlullpd cciieluded
eluded has Ixi lon fn n under unrJ r the raperln raperlntindency snpemlmmtenilency UptIlntntllIcy
tindency of Janice II Gardner th thHrat thftrsL
Hrat ttali nm man who has bad thu th honor honorof
of filling lhllin such a responsible jmfltlon 100l < llIon In Inn Inhet
n bet fai Caorr lory During DurIn his regime the thebest theblt thetO5t
best of tidings have prevailed revall Ijctwt HWt1I hetwetmuthe HWt1IIhl n nhe
he the officials und the employee working workingIn worklnIn orkin orkinIII
In the factory and the pumping 111 111lion eta etaHone u utlon
lion In nil Ollllhtlf there have bet beta n close do upon uponthr UIonthree ueimthree
thr three hundred men employed by the thecompany theOm lhwcomplay
company Om > 1 the major portion of whom vhomllv whomhivi OOmIIvt
llv IIvt III the lclnlty arid all ill llllIow now reiuin reiuinto tU1Il tU1Ilto mm mmto
to work on thilr 1l1 lr f farms rrns anti get idy idyfor H oltyCOl
for Oi the beet Je crop for next year yearTonight year1onlllll1t yearTonight
Tonight the employee of th tht Spring Sprlnfvlll SpringstIle
vlll 11I cutttlng nation will give fiv a abail t hi hiball > L Lball
ball In IlcyimMs hall SprlnKVlll S rlngvl1le urd urda zula Itlrare
a rare good time Is promised Iroml Bonn Bonnforty RiIlIfori 4omimforty
forty fori of the employes < and their fain fainIllei tamlIIe fainilie
Illei at the central plant h lure r will 1ii in inov 1111 1111oVlr goover
ov over r and Join In th the Jollification Th ThRio Thmo ThtItlo
Rio Grande W Wfllern t rn has put a pfriU Ipet1car pfriUcur
car at their disposal which will return rctumto
to Lehl leaving < Springvlll nt JZSO JZSOa h3tLin
a a Lin m
Court ProcriidlnK J rotfHlIn tn Iokln IoklnLondon leklnL ieklnLondon
London L ndon Dec D 16A 16 dlipatch rKoived rKoivedhere rtColehtlN rseotvedhmtmre
here from IVkln announoeM that tho thoImparlal thoImporlnl thuimperial
imperial court Wt ft Kai SenB eng Fu bound boundfor boundtoi uountltor
for PoI n U laat t Saturday
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