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xitUTit AND iN1I ii iiTHURSDAY IjllI JY
rfvrySECO u 0 NUMBER 42
and People Saying Nasty Things Re ReHarding Regadilg RcgaLdi11 < =
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fceS Von Buelows Bu lovs Scathing ScathingSnub ScathingSnub ScathingSnnJ
Snub of Chamberlain
rebuke rcbukoIrt rebuketO
1hO tInglng
> atnrln
oa Jan in tTlo chamberlain tho thoretary thoIO thetjUj
to Mr 1r llulnbcrllln
IO Irt olonI M eretury retary by Chancel Chancela Chllcel ChllcelS ChancelflueOi
S tjUj clonial tho relchstag at attor ittEl1
In I a
1 o Du flueOi lol tor the th references in inspeech InE Inf
E El1 u bamber13tfl frcraT speech nt Kdl1 gdllhW gdllhb FdIt1WIt
W f barWIlnl 5 Ut Ilt IttSti to the conduct conductarmy cOtluctQran coUtIUctjUiI
WIt Olober octob with withrS withtice
b army in the war Ilth
jUiI Qran rS ha Rry caused enusCl Intense Intenlo anti amihero Intl IntlI antiIrtItatiofl
tice 111011 Irrltnn hero anti hu huthe Mi Mie1 IiflHjtI11
I srlad the bitterness of ofa otO OfMttoaerman
InereneCI wroetI lterllss
jtI11 rloOtrman e1 a dlscorlt dIeorti onl T St Stcalls StOdet stL
O aattIe which calls cnts Count von vonbetween VOIliOf on ono
L Odet wBlnrerlng phlrlsec says ImYH8io saysVjOJtitYe
iOf o peech hns brought tht thtr tine tinerclrf
8io < tnI1e irritation between the two twoLt tWI tWI1tlnlo tWOtatIIel
r Irlllon
rclrf and andteiwnm nndI
tatIIel Lt into a I dangerous dnngeluS
1tlnlo teiwnm of nix Ix yearH roarl YOftElu nun nundisastrous IIC IICu
I tjr lr nloto iorQ lelelrnn disastrous to mutual mutualthe mltunl mltunlmMatons mutualt4rtttofl
it I dlsnroUs
lu u studied affront affrontuBMtl affrontii
aIront aIrontII
t4rtttofl uBMtl mMatons rIUh h statesman who Is trusted trustedtry
II ii I lllesmnn owl t1fl through him him on onlf onIu oni
0 tM country try Iml
Ir attitude or
tT1 Ilpelf lf our easy easypo enHYt11n
Iu i tr with withr With4ntY
longer compatible compltblo e
18 I po
2 t11n te 4ntY 3ttM a U R n nation tlon Kven 1n If von vonfffed VOI VOItwlad voltbad
I nton
r dlnll the head of a 1 cpub BopubiHttIflhitfl cpubiitnr
fffed bad b been < n lh hnl n Icpub IcpubbplnlY
twlad iHttIflhitfl iitnr dependent for Its iA llfo lto on onar onfPular onpular
bplnlY pular ar opinion there would wou1l have haveo hlve hlvek
fPular for Iris hl gross perver perverI pererltte
Iitii ueUC e2U o perycr perycrbreach
k Utle I facl ltte and nd breach of internatlon internatlonTMEl Jnlelnnton JnlelnntontIIIY
tIIIY tIIIYfSL Gazette concludes with witheprttOfl Wllll WllllMprenlon
TMEl tSt JftHivo James Gaote vtt vj cncludes wih wihI
fSL Mprenlon of belief belet that the themacal thoIeal theWsaIcai
I macal nrrlon Ieal Impertinence Imperlnence of tjio Ocr Qcri GerI
distasteful to toI toulr touht
I IS profoundly
i MI tl trw pnu I proundlY 11stastefll
I I ulr who bo It I manfully lantulY striving to tolit toti tot
I Is bearing his hislownrdj hisecjti
t lit t torrent which benrll hil
ecjti ti lownrdj 1011rd IOW the Niagara Nlaglm of ofIetI dlsiiH dlsiiHnil IlslH1
1 nil I d warm Germany that both 1bothiutw bothwtnidind bothl
wtnidind l utw nd and westward of her thoro Is IsIKUK IsIlll isI
IKUK I l UEI which holds hol s her armed Irmed to toit tot toil
it Illl teeth In iMplem vigilance vhllance and andII Ind nniittt
II ttt tin t the expected catastrophe In Infit Inwithmtern
1 BilKittrn 111 t rn Europe leaves her alone alonektitm niqnetein lonolwn
ktitm fit tein the Ih upper and nether mill millIBM mil miiiiam
i IBM lwn it itt may Iay bitterly hlterly regret the loss losstlttt los8tt loses1ltt
tlttt 1 jwl will I of If this country which whichit hkIit
it t tt It t P pw flinging Ilnglng away Iny wUh Wlh Itii both bothtali bothVoi III IIIh
tali taliVw
h Vw oDBu Buelows tOI8 words cannot fall tn I to totttiN toIbr toir
tttiN ir throughout Ihrugho l Eurono Eurolo as I a 1 snub snubI snubI
I Ibr I h Crtat Gat Britain Brtain save the Pall 101 Mall MallGUM Mal Malltdtitt
GUM t In 0 an editorial edlorlnl headed heodel Tho ThoMdrtDUcourleous Th ThElorDlcourteouK ThtttVlieourteOus
MdrtDUcourleous ElorDlcourteouK Tho editorial ediorial ex exROM ex11e ettsjg
ROM 11e repel that the chancellor chancelor In Inuutletf In111tr inhintht
uutletf 111tr not to 0 be suspected of he hetilrfnd heil beljtithal
il tilrfnd llnd of England EnJland has chosen to tot toJ tojtti
jtti J t t rather rth r than soothe the anti lnt
i iits1trof jer of Finance Sets Forth That the Teutonic Balance Sheet Sheets SheetIs
Is s 70000000 Marks on the Wrong Side SideO SideOf
01 O the Ledger
lue k Jan lTh Th minister of fin fines finIts ¬
es 1 Baton Baon von on llliPinbaben lhelnbnben In the thedipt thebous the15btue
15btue bous ot the dipt dll today tOay presented presentedt pinsentedtihdg
chdrlt tihdg t for 1802 J02 in which the or
b1lmates 5 tlmaUs show a deficit tlO of 70 70rkl
UharkJ rkl This however hOIHtr the mitt
I testItined l Wined lne had been covered with tll
ltal ewui difficulty difculy thanks primarily
t1h Ilrllnll
bllllpriahable tepertohable > Wf servires servl of tho late Ilte
wwiDlfilster b i3ttt llnlater Imloloter Dr Mlqucl whoso whosow
w IM Vp r rrl3ht itht Sht hats c eolpIId ColItod ° ll < t < > d n surplus surplusnd
tllt tth thl nd n I of J MO amounted to
mark Inirks ktL ktL1Uro 1Uro Barol vo VOI Volt amountl1 Khelnba
111r that ll I speaks we vell for or
Chlemal ai hterttai SCld Solidity ity of the thl Ilotol stnto mtos wel Jin Jinh
It tt QpuLlle 18 the depression tn In
h tt1
I 2 J 4Urr1C 4ttlrg the past ast year the th de
rite Globe Gobf accuses acCIsel von vonTiuelow Duelow of do dollbufately 110Ibltltely ti tiilbufately
I llbufately pandering palderllg to the lowest lowet and andmost ulul10st alittittiCt
Ibltltely most 10st IllInformed 1lnturmlll elements olelolts of public publicopinion pubilo pubiloopinion
opinion opinlul In Germany OennulY adding olnj pUblo pUbloopinlul It I Is IsIncdnrtlvablo 18IlcdlcMvallo isittcdiilVabIo
Incdnrtlvablo IlcdlcMvallo that tho chancellor lllcolror spoke spokethus spokothuH spoketitus
thus without tho approval ot tho kais kaiser ¬
er erTho Tho hobo Ooho then the lectures lectre Emperor KmpcrorWilliam 1 EmperorWilliam mpcror mpcrorWiIam
William WiIam for not checking ehlwkllj tho stream Btreamof
of tutu lies I I nnd obscono caricatures caricaturesIn
In II tho German orman press Ileferrlng to tothe 10tho totue
the forthcoming torthcomllg visit of the Prince 1Ilneo of otWales ofWaloH ofVaies
Wales to Germany It says laYI It I Is a apoor noor itpoor
poor oor beginning beglnnh1A of othOalltBlty hospitality on tho thokaisers tho1nI8erl thekaisers
kaisers 1nI8erl part to allow Ilow his h I chancellor chalcclor to toIndulge toIndUIo toimkllgo
Indulge IndUIo In language Intentlonlly Inleltonly ot ottcnlho atfenslto otfcnslvo
fcnslvo tcnlho to the wholo Hrltlsh 11llsh empire empireTho emplroho empireThe
The ho Westminster Unuetto qlletn alono do deprecatcH doprecalcH doprecntea
precatcH the tlO regarding rClludll1 of Count ount Bin Binlows Du10wH UtitiOVH
lows speech Ipecch an nl a 0 cause for further dis disturbing I Iturhlnlr disturbinit ¬
turbing the relations Ielatoll between Great GreatUrltaln GreatDrlnln Great1trltnln
Urltaln Drlnln ami Germany GermanySuch Oerlany OerlanySuch erinany erinanyuch
Such comments I OIUIOnta as 01 those quoted ciloled above aboveIt
It Is thought thought may further tlrther In InOnmo la mo the thopublic Iho1ublc thepublic
public 1ublc already alreldy angered In consequence consequenceof conHe1luonct
of tho snub Inub administered by Emperor KmpororWilliam l EmperorWilliam mJeror mJerorWiliam
William Wiliam n few tel dayu ago In II tho North NorthGerman NorthOerlmn Northlermitu
German Oerlmn Gazette Ollzote This paper Illper Is tho chief chiefmouthplcco chl chiefmouthpiece t tmouthpleco
mouthpiece of the Kovernment ItovCrnlent and In InIt InIt InIt
It a 1 unto 1010 appearea applHrel1 raying that tlut tlw tlwiitiifonienj Ih IhItutomen thitatonien
iitiifonienj itatonien In the English JIIIHh press that tug tliwOwnnn th thGlrlll tug4fltnflfl
Ownnn Glrlll pnppror 1wlor had hallllrllPC prewccd the Prljice Prljiceof 11111ce 11111ceot
of Wales Woles to attend atfnt the birthday cola celebration cclehrlon colamutton ¬
mutton hrlon was untrue and nnt explaining oXlllalnlnl that thntKlnur IhntXlnl thatCIn
Klnur Xlnl CIn Edward Frwlrc had hnt suggested sUKReMlee the visit visitand visitand lllt llltonll
and onll hat Emperor William Wllim had sent the thoinvitation IhoInvlnton theinvitation
invitation invitationDerlln Invlnton invitationBerlin i iHerln
Berlin Herln Jan Tnl OThe Cologne Gazette Gazettewhich Gazete Gazetewhich Gazettewhich
which says lays Chancellor rlmncllor von lUiolows lUiolowsspeech Huolowf Ituolowsspeech
speech In II tho retchstag lelchHtag yesterday ystereay was wasdlitlngulshcd wasdietinRulehed lf
dlitlngulshcd dhtngulehed for Its Is clearness clearnols anti nndwhich 11 antiwhich
which suggests sUlle ts It I was IH modelled modeletl after afterMr nflol afterMr
Mr 11 Chamberlains Cmmberlnln own Incisive man manner mnnler mannor ¬
nor ler of speaking Ipenklnq thinks that In the In Interest Interest interest ¬
terest of good ooe relations rllntonR between tho thotwo thotwo thetwo
two countries the Incident Inclcent ought now nowto nw nwto nowto
to be regarded regtrllet as closed closedDuring culodDuring closedDuring
During tho courts of tho debate on onthe onthe onihe
the estimates 1ltmates In the rolehstag rolehstlg today todayseveral tolay tolaysevoral todayseveral
several members welcomed wellmNI the occasion occasionto ocrllon
to express s their r rnnaI son onkl l concurrence concurrenceIn concurrelce concurrelceIn
In Chancellor Ohancelor von lluplows 1trlows views vleWl on onMr onMr onMr
Mr Chamberlains Chrunhfrlnlnl utterance uterance In II behalf behalfof
of tho liberal lbel II peoples party Herr Ierr lllch lllchter ntchtlr 1tIhiter
ter tlr endorsed eldorsell the chancellors ohnncelorl rebuke rebukeHo
Ho 10 said tInt Incident served to demon demonstrate demonsllto demonstiido ¬
strate sllto that thlt In national ntoM questions quellol all allGermans 01 altGernaiia
Germans Oern111 are lre one oneWe oneWe oneidiwe
idiwe We know leow our army Irm nrnm added IlerV IlerVIllchtcr Htt 1IerItleliter
Illchtcr JchtQr and nd we know what Air AirChamberlain h hChnlberlaln trCliantherlain
Chamberlain Chnlberlaln Is like lke But enough of ofhim ofhIm ofhim
him wo have more morl important things tu tuattend tvatenl tuattend
attend atenl to
mantle mnnll of the exchequer were mot with without withtitlt lh lhut ¬
out ut resort to extraordinary extrlorlinary means meansThere melns melnsThero meansThere
There seemed IlemlI to him to be bl no occasion occasionJ occnlon
J lot II r tllRlmlll tissinUsm tissinUsmEeterrilt ie Blmlsm BlmlsmneforrniJT
neforrniJT nlforrmr to the Polish 1olh question questionJJaron qlwston qlwston111rol questionaron
JJaron 111rol aron von Ihlrbaben IHnlrbaben reminded the lhePoles thelolN1 theloleO
Poles of Die saying sayingVho sayItigtvho ayingho
Vho ho sows loflhe the wind reaps tho whirl whirlwind whirlwind whirlwind ¬
wind Adding 1lf1n tat they were now go goinj o oInj 0In
Inj In to tl reap tha th whirlwind wllrlwll Iteivnt Iteivntmciiiu Ieieritas Irl
mciiiu 1 as hlo t had hal rN11 only lnl enI served ferved to stroigtlum stroigtlumtl Itregtln Itregtlnth
tl th I it povcrnmcnti JUrllm ltl determination retermlllUon to In Increiislr Intll litcreitslriily
creiislr tll creitslriily lrllltlen > l > stiffen the th back bark of Qf Germany GermanyThe
The funds HidI available Ivalablo for this purpose purpose1m1 IlufIOI PUPOH0hind
bad been satisfactorily antAractorly augmented augmentedThe nUIOented nUIOentedThe
The former president Ifesldent and vice presi presidents preslI presitionts ¬
I dents of the lower house hus of tho diet dietwero Ilet Iletwerr lletvero
wero werr reelected r electell by acclamation IcclamBton
torp cr r Before Ways and Means Committee Commitce as Champion for forBeet forBeet lotBeet
Beet Sugar Industry IndustryE E II I Parsons ParsonsMoy May be beGiven beGvcn beOiyen
Given Gvcn Rank of Captain
B tPeClal cal to the Ih News Newslgirth4tid ows
Uttnp00 buron D i Jan 1
lgirth4tid b4c5 tB tlaitherlatitl I ce llrl3h CRP tedny introduced IntrdueC a bill billhmn bi
hmn i U U lmo Parsons > late Ilta of oft ofdi
Iay t Urlrallf di departmelt dCpOttiit rtumt of the theSDnnHh
lr4urnf Ihe
SDnnHh tnnIMh war on the thethe
1JUlt of Iho thetunmy army with the rank of oflo
11 t1JL
L lie Ir Parsij5
1h 1lr801S was formerly
11fUtt s marlhal
8ut EUtterIan of trtah trtah8ut
tUfttflla Utornla erlan bad 1 a onterlnce Oflferenca with
L LStitIimt nUOi of the Hou 3Urhlgaa lrhlgh beet sugar
blht 2iL4dttbey t d this mornll mornIng
rfarll to tancl tanclchange together
o tlftnlnr tentIt Rtnn
to any change In duties Iules dUtl on ontt
Mr lr Sutherland Sulherlanl1lrli said that tlt thatwhen when he first firstcame 1rst 1rstaln ItretCaine
came aln to Washington Wa8hlnglol the sentiment Plllmont was wasIn WIS WISII wasIn
In II favor of making rnltlnL no change In this thladlioctlon tlls tllsllectol thisditection
dlioctlon llectol but ut It now nw looks that there Is Isto IstolJO Islobe
to lobe bo a serious tight lJht for a 1 reduction In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the tariff tnrlr Tho beet heteulnr sugar delegation delegationwill dolega t n ndl
will dl Iil do 10 all ni In II Its IM power to keep the theHcsent theNeaolt theirccnt
Hcsent Neaolt tax ta In force It I will wi try tryto tr trto tryto
to havo If any concessions conrefiion arc granted grantedtlm grlllel
the Cubans to see that It will 11 not do dofiny doMH doany
any serious Injury Injlry to the t1 bret bNlluJar sugar In Industry Inmstr Inmustry ¬
dustry mstr Mr Sutherland wilt wi appear be before bpforo benra ¬
fore nra tho ways wa and means melnl committee committeerext commitee commiteerixt commItteertxt
rext rixt week to protest against 18llnst any anychange nnyehnnge anychange
change changeA
A pension has been Wanted antel to Bern Hernhard IJernhanl Bernhard
hard Hlchters Jchter of Salt Lake Llle C
trn ilhacisco l Jan DThe g ofcial officIal In
nul Into the
caUse ot the coJ
1 tt5eefl
11tn the
f tl t the Prfl Ihfll steaflier anllr Wall Valla Wnln Walla
Ftnch hark rk rkttK
Max Iax
> Cape °
II ttK or CIPO P Pcv
til Oi the
k mornln
I rnremtcej Jln Jan Jantil
tf this
IJ morning In the
4 r pit 11r hMln tt u E hiOlIe thL
ar l al E Unies all and
a ee c Itd ti ati vIPII VJMs tnlplor tM tors The ot holeIl iOIlelW
< rlntd frt first wit
r1t L Ih h 5Uhtnttj 11 t Bpnolst ot the
tlUI mm Ih Ublll1 cv 1 VUlw tvrlttpn mate ntatetho Dllto
15 Ih81
1Int hI at tho tht time of
11 t that ther met Emi lmmi Ignace Ignaceno Ignac tme wnl
I rre vOs no tog fo anl
j ts IIUh Q hlry Itronc trofl wind
1h l 110oUt ° knut luthlat t but bout au
a r rrred 4 A a1
Jlld the lighita
I tht
e h ht Ilhto
Ih 01 ftlrby bow bowI bow1ttflh
Urn bw bwe
OJ on 1 Iek 1lln1 1ttflh him and
Q 11 I tiT M M0 n an an1 lln tht
the Wi w II 111 anti tliose tlle of oflm
t Ly Ih n Wpnt lm Into ° his hlai
oll ln W11o t h wa 1 so en
I 1 r i U It TheTlghts The lghts I ight
fn1 ar burnIng brightly brightlyV
Otir th brljht
atr Ideut
r r tb 1m
l n Mitt V trk truck Jcit the thel thehen
rp If
r 1 hi hen
hp 1 dl not
l ifrk
> Ilkr th thA
ntXt It 1anIer lmer I to O
c ii 1r
0 tmm tou ru rustled hld 01 on deck
r of h hli
shIp i a
filling fling rapidly rnphl ho h was too busily bUlY en engaged tnItfrl angaged ¬
gaged Itfrl In Issuing orders for tho cloalnq cloalnqot cl0ll eIoeInmof
of the tl1 water tight t hl compartments to topay t tocay
pay Ia any ni attention Itentol to the other vosnl vosnlHe ve veesmilie HI HIHe
He ordered rrI1 red A tqrcl tQrclll1htcd lighted however to tola toIs
1 la thu steamer teallr know Imo where he wn wnbut WI was wasbut
but not l t seeing anything of tho latter lotor letwrnilnutes
15 minutes after the accident he con eoncuded conldld concuded
cuded ldld that die had ha mad mal land lanl and andproceeded anI anIprotc1ed andprotcded
proceeded protc1ed U 1 had been be 1 Impossible for forhim for111m forItliti
him tc turn about nnd look for fll tho thosteamer thoIl limosteamer
steamer Il ler on account accolnt of tho damage Inmn to tahit tohl tohIs
hit hl own vessel and the direction directon of tho thowind thoWIOI theivlml
wind wind1n WIOI WIOI1n ivlmlIn
1n conclusion cOICllelol he stated stalo that tie 10 c de cleslifd deJIHo desiid I
slifd JIHo to enter i protest agaInst ngotl3t the theWalla theWala theVaiIa
Walla Wala Wnlla Wnla for havIng havlll collided colhht with withMs wilI wilIhi withhis
Ms hi ship fhn and that tull ho wished to iworvu iworvuall leero leeroal
all al rights for damages da1rgc8 against t he cu cutboi cutOI autloi
tboi of tho accident accidentThrough necd accidentThrough nt
Through the medium melum of an Inlerprn Inlerprnte
te Copt Copt Benolst Uflola was wal closely CIOH lnt IIro IIrolfll intrro intrrogLeI rro rromted
mted lfll n to tin tlt petition otlol of his shIp by byCupT byClvt byCapt
CupT Hall Ual of tho Valla Woln Willa WIIa vlth vlththe wih wihthe miththe
the evident ollent ptirpow rlJ of proving that the theMax theln theMa
Max ln Ma ins w VI g off or lier Illr loult < urf < tt at lt the lime 110 of ofthe otth oftime
the th accident Qehln but Lit the thl French Frnoh master maltfr In In8lntH Infhl Iiiaistet
8lntH fhl that thlt the thl Max Ma1 never deviated devlatl1 f f1 trni trniimsr rmi rmiImr
Imr hlr counw NU and nml that the Walla Wla Walla Walladeliterntely W VllailoilLerately I
deliterntely Ilelberltal nnr attempted Rtempt to crow eru cro her herbowtt herbtnas
do bowtt 01 10 0 when It i was 0 already nlrea too late I1t8 to todo todo todo
Section Director Murdoch lurdocl of the Weather Bureau Bttcnu Writes aSpeca aSpecaial a Spec Speciul Special =
ial Article Artce to the Deseret News Accounting for the Phenom Phenomi Phenomenon PlienoimeiionDiie
i 1en
enon en onDue Due to an Area of High Pressure et Remaining Stan Stationary Stutionury Stantioiiary =
tionary Over the Great Basin i iC <
Owing OwJngto to tho fact that thlt Salt Lake LakeCity LnlloCiy LakeCity
City Ciy has hll been oen enshrouded elHhrouded in ton for fortho tortho furtime
tho past week wCfk and nll to tho further fact factthat tnetthut factthat
that hundreds hundlers of people have hfvO boon uu uuable UInlc u i iable <
able to account for the phenomenon the theriesetot thoncselot timeTcsetot
riesetot NUWB Nuls today requested lOIIUI11 Section SectionDirector Recton Rectonfltclor HeetionDirector
Director fltclor Murdoch Murroch of jf time Utah tlnh Weather Weatherbureau Weathorurenu Weatherbureau
bureau urenu to write wrie an article upon UIJOI It and andho ild andho
ho 10 kindly did 111 Iu Ho o as follows followoAn rOIOWH rOIOWHAl followsAn
An Al examination oxnllnulOI of time dally dal weather weathermap weather10p
map 10p published Ilublshe by tho United Unlel States Statesweather Statesweatwr Statesweather
weather weatwr buieau LlOII will wil show that tut areas areasol areast areasof
ol t high and low baromotrlo
hllh nlolotrio pressure pressurefollow IJrellUro IJrellUrotol Iresnurefollow
follow tol ow each other ttwr across tho United UnitedSlates UnttodBtates Unitedtnte5
Slates moving In II an easterly direction directionThe directon directoniho
The areas urcnl of low pressure IHSIUro are from
3000 1000 to 1600 miles l In II diameter Ilnmoter and nndthe nld nldthe andtIme
the highs somewhat grouter gloutol In Il ex extent ex cxtCllt ¬
tent tllt The eastward transition tlnliton In II duo to tothe tothe tothe
the general eastward tostwuld dilft dlH of tho at atmosphere allosphero atmlmonhherc ¬
mosphere losphero In tho temperate tomlorto zone 10nl The Theaverage rhoIvemgo rImeaveinge
average Ivemgo late of movement IHVelclt Is about Ibout GOO 500or O0 O0cm
or COO GOI miles mlel per day In tho lows mov moving movlll mayPig ¬
Pig lll somewhat sotowhat faster tllier than the highs highsThe hlghHlhe bightsltio
The nit Ih moves 10VO around the low from fromrsht trol trainrgltt
rsht to left and I1h1 spirally slllrlly inward toward towardthe towlrd towlrdtho towardthe
the center celter whore It I ascends Iscenl8 in II a ahigh nhigh ahigh
high nearly the opposite condition conditionobtalnn conliton conlitonobtalnn conditionobtainn
obtalnn At the center th thf nlr Is de decendlng detending docending
tending anti HOwIng Idwlll spirally splrnly outward outwardftom outwardfrot outwardtram
tram frot loft It to light lightIn
In a 1 general genorl way ny the low brings bringscloudVi bringscoudy bringsClOUly
cloudVi rainy weather wcatheru
coudy threatening threnteling or riny
A D McGuire a 1 former employe ttployo of ofthe atIhe ofthe
the Rio no Grande Western cstern Hallway Halway cam campony CQI CQIlInn emitpatty
pony today tol commenced a 1 damage 11tlle suit suitfor suitfor suitfor
for W1270 IOl2 O and ulII costs cosll against James JameaHegney JamcsHegner JamesIlegnoy
Hegney and John U Foulks FoulksAccording l FouhksAccordltmg oulksAccorllli
According to his complaint complailt on Dec
6 last Ilst the defendants obtained OItlllCd from fromJustice tromJu fromJustice
Justice Ju of tho Pence lIen co Krueger a I warrant warrantfor
for McGuire arrest on a 1 charge of do dofruudlng le letrlullng dofrauding
house keeper flog Hegnoy
fruudlng trlullng n boarding JeS
noy Is the proprietor lJollrletol of the th Albany Albanyhotel Albl1 Albanyhotel
hotel 10 mid procured the tht warrant worralt ngiln ngilnMcdulre nglll0t nglll0tMcGulre ngxlntlmtcOulte
11 proculel
Mcdulre nt tho instigation Inslgtonot < uf Foulks FoulksThu XoulkH XoulkHrhl ouIk ouIkfbi
fbi result Iesult wan that thlt McQuIre was wasbrought was11uglt wasbrought
brought 11uglt back from Grand Junction JunctionColo JUlclol JttitctioimCob
Colo Cob on Dec 7 and IIltlllwrlsonea Imprisoned In Salt Salthake SAltlalle Salt1ahte
hake county COllt Jail jnl for torn a day dlY and anl a a night nightOn nltht nlthtOn nightOn
On Dec I 9 he was Wil released rlh aaed on his own ownrecognizance OWI ownrecognlzaflc
recognizance e Jlc Ho maintains nllnlaI18 that tho thoclmrRSip thodmf thee2ittrttJtThn
clmrRSip dmf On n which he was arrested arested ww wwnot wmvmnot 1
not only malicious mllcloUs but blt without prob probable Ilrobu probable ¬
able u IJle cause causeWhen causewten causeWheit
When his case ivan waHcnlclt called before roro Jps Jpstlme Jil ipelime
time Kroiuer on Jnn 311 6 Madulre WI imna imnatcqtmitted rs rsacquitted
acquitted neither of tho dcfendantsap dcfendantsappeering derenllntaII derenllntaIIIcnrlnu defendantenhpentirdt
peering to prosecute As s no further furtherproiecdlngB turlherllolulnls furtherprourthings
proiecdlngB have been taken they seem seemto seemto
to have 11 ve abandoned nbmdonC tho case casePlumtirt cnseIItmUr casePlaintiff
Plaintiff IItmUr aljcgca that the charge chargengalnst chargnngllsl chargettgalitst
ngalnst ngllsl him and Ild his arrest were werecn PX PXlonMvely cxlenslvely
lonMvely cn IYel published llub1shtd In the tle three dally dallyFnpeis dnly dnlyOPCI8 dailypanels
panels of Salt Sal Lake City CI as ho bslleven bslleventhrough bIIY bIIYthOIIl bmllevei4thtoughm
through thOIIl the prccurement lHC urement of defendants defendantslie dereudltt1 dereudltt1le
lie le claims It cart him 11m < 100 00 for tUtor nttorJiey Itor ItorIIY tUtoriwy
Jiey IIY ICeS es anti anl that th t his ticket to Kansas Kansascity ansal ansas ansascit3
city el Mo o ta which wllch city el ho was travel travelIng tl1el tl1elIns traveiing
Ing was rendered void also Ilso that thlt ha h last loMhis IlH IlHhis lastItis
his situation sltunton with wih the Itlo Ho Orando Grlndo GrlndoWcsler OrandeWestern OrandoWestern
Western Wcsler Railway HnlwlY company and ho fs fsROSHCO rsROSHe asnossee
ROSHCO his 1la unjust disgrace IHglact nnd lld humilia humiliation humiIa humiIaton Imunmillittion ¬
tion ton nt lt 10000 100 making tlklng a 1 grand granr total of orIImW of1O127O
1012760 1012760Bull IImW IImWIllt 1O127OSuit
Bull Illt for Boat In II lim8tock Htouk HtoukV I Ixuiiange IxuiiangeV XIIIUle XIIIUleV
V P I Wails Wol8 has commenced null In Inthe Intho Intime
the district court COllt against L H Dun Dunning Dunning Dunnlng ¬
ning and company comjlny to recover 702 0221 70221the 0221tho 21 21tho
tho accrued value of one share of stock stockIn
In the Salt Sni Lake 1lko Stock and Ind Mining Miningexchange Wnlngtxchlngl MinIngexchange
exchange txchlngl Wells Wels eils says Yllhlt that he deposited depositedthe deposied deposiedthe
the stock as security scurly for a promissory promissorynote Nomlsorylote
note lote for UB580 6580 executed eXlluted to W H 1 Ir Irvine IrVine IrvIne ¬
vine who transferred tllnltorred tho note to Dun Dunnlng Dunnlng Dunning
nlng and ant company comnh Later 1ntel pays PI8 Wells WellsDunning Wels WelsDunning WellsDunning
Dunning and company sold the stock stockto stackto tck tckto
to McCornlck McCorlel Co whereby he con considers conIldorl coniders ¬
siders Ildorl that he was damaged dlnaJ dln In the sum sumof sumof sumof
of JSOO SO S00 Wells Wel I allows 410w8 that he owes OIIS owes77G
3770 on the note nOl but asks Isks for judg judgment judgmelt judgntent ¬
ment melt for tho difference dlrorelce between that thatamount thatmount thatatnoUlit
amount and JSOO JSOOTellurldo SOO SOOTelurhlo 100Tehlmirlde
Tellurldo Telurhlo Co IMlcs 1101 Homls HomlsThe 1unI18 1unI18le BflflITime
The le Telluride Teluride Power company In Its Itsmilt Is Isult itssuit
milt against nglinst John Johl A McConvllle McConvie and andtwelve anlltelvo antitwelve
twelve other olhlr nonresidents nonro ldent has ha filed filedIndemnifying fed fedIndemniYing filedIndemnifying
Indemnifying IndemniYing bonds amounting amountnG to 1RO 1ROand IMand 110and
and obtained obalnec authority authorl from the dis district iiA iiAtrct district ¬
trict court to continue contnue tho erection erecton of ofUs orJe ofits
Us Je trct poles and wires along highway hlthI No Nom
20 The company hns agreed ageed to pay paywhatever pnyhlltyer paywhatever
whatever hlltyer Th damages damaiB the court may order orderfor orderfor orderfor
for Its right of way over tho disputed disputedlands dIRpUIlIBnd dIputotlhands
lands The Th sureties lurl18 to the thl bonds bOllS are areW nreW arev
W v 8 McCornlck and nd Josiah Joslrh Barnctt BarncttHoml narnet IarnettliOit r
Homl luOl CIHI tin e > find Rfllet I led ledJn icdin
In tho case cos of U 1 I Flood vs a J 1 A hart Hnrtirmn Iart Iartmln hartmann
mann mln ot It nl Judge Hall Hal today loda found foundjudgment tounl foundjidgmnent
judgment for the th < plaintiff platntf In accordance accordanceto 1ccordnlcc 1ccordnlccto
to stipulation stllUlatol Tho decree entered to toOny today
day 1 Is 1111 In favor tavol or o the defendants ItlldnntR D C CClarar CIatnr CInrar
Clarar A and ald John A Donovan can cancelling cn cnclinI cancallIng ¬
callIng their mortgage tortgfRe to the plalnlff plalnlffnnd lllAlnt plaintifamid
amid 0111 declaring that each ch of said parties partiesbe partes partesbe
be taxed his own costs
Peter Tfler Johnson 1ohI 01 IJstntp IJstntpThe 1 IstntTIme IIII
The order to show cause cau and the ad administrators nIlmlnlstrtor1 admlnthtratOrs ¬
ministrators answer In the th < matter nnter of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the mlnlstrtor1 estate eallte of Peter Jetlr Johnson deceased deceasedon deCOBed deCOBedon I
on the Question Iueton qf why IW a certificate certificaterepresenting certfcto certfctorcprosn certificatereprosenhitig
representing 37 nlfdrfts Jldrn8 of water wa tor stock stockIn
rcprosn IIK
In the South Jordan JOrnn Canal Cnnl company companyvas rOml1ny rOml1nyWQ
vas appraised apprlsel at no n value Is being beinghoard beinghon beinghoard
hoard WQ by Jude Hall nai today A lieu petition 1101 lieution ¬
hon tion Hed by John Johl Johnson Johnlane one of the theminor themInor themInor
minor ton 10d helm places a 1 value of J 70 700 00 on onthe onthl onthe
the thl water wller stock In question Queltlon The ad administrator allIlnlstltor adniinistrtor ¬
ministrator Joseph Oberndorfer denies deniesthat donlosthnt denIesthat
Ilnlstltor that tho water stock over won M th thproperty thA thAprpm thproprty
property of tho estate and 011 as such suchns BuchOi authtns
prpm InenlorledAtornn inventoriedAttorney Inventoried InventoriedAttorney
tns ns erroneously lY
Oi Attorney prranoU tIny Van an Cott Cot represents representsJohn reprl8entR reprl8entR10hn
John Atornn Johnsons Jobnlonl In Interest Inteest and Arnold Arnoldnnd Arnoldnnd Arnoldnt1
nnd nt1 Mitchell Michel the administrator administratorWithin ndmhlllttotor ndmhlllttotorWihin admInistratorWithin
Within a year yel r another tlother phase pha o of this thiscas thisLoB thiscase
case LoB Wihin was 0 decided IlelMd V J Judge Stewart Stewartvho Stewartiihto
vho ho ruled rulll that a deed de by which Peter PeterJohnson PetorJohnlon PeterJohnson
Johnson conveyed l0lve11 all ni his property to tohis tohll tohli
his Johnlon wife WItS WR valued valut H I was wild Inll that thatJohnson thrt thrtJohnlon that7olmrioti
Johnson hll never nlver Intended Intenled his hi wife wlft to con control controlan eonItoh ¬
trol trolan any of the tl property but bu wanted wnnle It Itto I itto
to to to his son sn John Johnson JoIn and n npan ason
pan of his wifes wit by a 1 former rOMer marriage marriagelut mlrrlue mlrrluelut
1 not born till two weeks weeksoftfer wcokerir weeksetbr
lut 1 Ut who was wal nt bor tl tlO
oftfer rir her marriage mariage to him himItlnnlm 111mnlRhdl hImIlinghmdhit
Itlnnlm nlRhdl > ii Properly Irollut Case CaseIn CR CRIn CaseIn
In the case of Itobert 1C Smith Smih va vaMichael vsMichael 9 9lchJel
Michael GIbbons Obhon8 etalJudge ct nl Judge Stewart Stewartgranted Stewnrtgrantet Stewartgranted
granted lchJel Attorney Atorn N J Shcckell SheckIl leave leaveto Ieve Ieveto
to file an amended nmenllP answer Attorney AttorneyJ Atorne
J 1 W ne Bowdle Dowllt for the plaintiff plulntt excepted oxceptodnnd HPptlll HPptlllnnd
nnd mont the forenon wa Wi occupied In orgu orguments nri argomeats
anti anl higher temperature tempertlro time thohllh thohllhlolllg high highclearing hihmtieaiiimg
clearing lolllg skies fklol and III lower Umparntuie UmparntuieWhile tlrpumturo tlrpumturoWhlo teiiijurattlmOiiilo
While Whlo iiilo thoMo thOle areas UIC hive tin 111 average averagedally averll averagedaily
dally daly velocIty vuloolY of from tll BOO GO to COO tithes mlloflthey tJIO tithesthey
they tho ocrailonally ocrIIICII remain lolall stationary stationaryTho 8t611011y 8t611011ylho
Tho ime unusually 11 OHUI I bug 1011 period IJrlOI of dons Oonsofog donstOI lonsotog
fog tOI In Il thla vicinity vicniy Is due to nn al ftrmi ftrmiot 10 mett mettof
ot high hllh pfomuro 1108110 remaining lolallll stationary stationaryover Itllolllry Itllolllryoor
over the Great Hasln Illn on January Jnnunlyahout 2 2about 2about
about SO 21 Inch of rain llln fell tel over tho thonorthein tho10nhem tinnorthern
northern 10nhem portion 1101ton of Utah The ground Kroundwns Ioundwas
was frown flCU anti most or the tw rain be became becaine o ocare ¬
came care ice on 01 Us Il durfaco IUlfoeo On January JIIUII 3 3an 3un 3an
an area are1 of high jiresaure IJe e moved In Infrom InCIOI inflout
from CIOI the northwust northwllt und ulIlllted settled over the theGreat theareal theheat
Great JJiikln 11111 II Jlrouuhl brought clear skies IIIIH amid tindbright 1111 amidbrIght
bright uuushlno iul1shlle Time ho elect sky was wasn WIM WIMa
a condition eonl1lQ1 which favored tnvoel rapid radia radiation Iulia Iuliaton imidhathou ¬
thou ton of limit und a slight sllht fall tal In II tem temperature tQ tQoraturo tornleraturo ¬
perature cicautrcd ocouII1 i the thl brlxht min minMlno lionshimmo un
Mlno 11110 caused Cnuscd rapid rpid evaporation ovnora lon from fromthe rromtho fronttime
the la ice covered ground urolld and the cur nurfico lur lurflo curfeo
fico flo of the lake The he result reHul of the drop dropIn trotiii
In temperature tOIlmtule and Ol the Increase Ir ane In hu humidity humldlt littnUdity ¬
nUdity was 11 that tho dew point was wasiniddonly WIHultlenly wmtsittidmicithy
iniddonly ultlenly enshrouded cnlhlolled by very vor dense ICIHe fog fogn tot
n nt t 2lfi 211 p in I of January Jlnuar 3 3The 3rhe 1 1rite
The log 101 would have hlYO been bol of short shortduration Ihotlulton almortduvatlomm
duration lulton had the ho high moved 101 cast castward eaStvnid at atwnrd
ward with wih Its usual Islrl speed speel However HoweverH
H has remained lemnlnI1 practically prnctcnlY ntnllonnry ntnllonnrynnd Rlnlonnry Rlnlonnrynld
timid nld gradually gradualy lost lo t In energy elergy Today TodayJanuary loIY loIYlnluary Iotlmtytnimuary
January lnluary 9 Its Is western wcsltr margin Is still stillovor sll stillover
ovor us usIn UBII us1mm
In II an ni nren arel of high hllh pressure IriSMure as IR stated statedbefore Hlatedhotorf statediteforn
before hotorf the air Is descending dpwcnllng Descend DelcundIng Descendlug ¬
ing air Is continually contnuliy meeting leolnl with wih
Kansas I nnals City Ciy Mo 10 Jnn 9 9he The Inter Interstate InterSlato InterState ¬
state commerce committee cOlnnlteo whose whoomembers wholo whololetners whosemnemnberaurrjvect
members letners mnemnberaurrjvect arrived Irrved on an early train tnln tnlnChicago from fromChicago ruin ruinChicugo
Chicago began egan Us Is Investigation 11etlnton ot otenstbound attnstbould ofeastbound
eastbound tnstbould grain rates Iates from Kansas KansasCity 1lnSn8 1lnSn8CI 1ansasCity
City CI this forenoon The Insemination Inseminationwill 1cHluatol
will wi Il t Is believed bellel be confined conlnl to look lookIng 100JIng lootiIng
Ing Into Ilto the charge chlrle that freight tllllt rules ruleson Iles Ileson
on grain and grain Krlin products productt ruin rol west western Wrlt Wrlten westera ¬
era en points point to tho Atlantic Atnnto seaboard elboird are arebeing IrG IrGbellg arebeing
being bellg cut In violation Iolaton of t the 11 tarTc tarTcW lulle lulleW tatliTov
W v P 1 Trlckett Tricket head IIud of tho Kansas KansasCity Kansascity unf13 unf13City
City Transportation Transporilton bureau b Nnu the tht rtrst rtrstwitness I1lt I1ltwltoss dmstvhtnoaa
witness wltoss said Plld tho arbitrary arbllarr proportional proportionaland 11lltonnl 11lltonnland
and differential dJerental grain grlluato gralrmrates rates aa IS they obt obttain cb cbtnlnongoods ab abtam
tain tnlnongoods tam on goods shipped hllpl from rain Kansas KansasCity K11119 K11119CI KAimsaCity
City CI cast place Kansas IannsCltylt City at a 1c aadvantage dls dlsadvantage 1 1ndvanta
advantage He le paid Iald timt tint the tla through throughgrain thro gh ghgrnln gltgrain
grain lines lns which were the Santa Fe PeMissouri FeJUssourl1lclfc FeMissouri
Missouri JUssourl1lclfc Pacific and all Koclc Island land each eachhad MchhM ccclihad
had special specal grain representatives reprcsentltls In th thperson tl tl1leron thhterson >
person 1leron of certain grain glll firms frms and ont that thatthese thntthese thatthese
these linns trms could afford Ittorl to pay n higher higherrote higherIate higherrate
rote than other grain grin men mOi as they un undoubtedly undoubtedly undoubtcdly ¬
doubtedly receive concessions from frm the therailroads th thralrodl tImerailroads
railroads ralrodl Such Sleh a 1 system Istm he said Slld had hadbeen hadLeel hadbeen
been Leel In II vogue Olue since Ilnco about abolt 1890 18 G and nld It I
had bal destroyed competition competton This hls he at ¬
tempted to show by saying allg thai In 1SW 18
the Kansas lnnBH City CI market handled 1111101 014 14
per lIeI cent of the Kansas wheat crop
while whie In II U90 190 It had hllllldlCI handled welt but 25 2iU crll crllwhie 4 per percent llrcent hercent
cent despite dcsille the fact that tho 189G crop crollwas CtO CtOwas
was tho larger 1lger of the two The receipt <
had hal decreased decreasllslnce since the operation opera olf 1CeIJI of tIle
larger firms frms on the through lines Iml huesiTheir
Their operations operatons became apparent npPlrllt nfttr nf I
the establishment esllblslllclt of pioportlonal IJoportonallraln IJoportonallralnlaleH grain grainrates graintotes
elite cificJ rates on nil ni lines Inel except tho Union UJon Pa Pacific Ja JaclOe Paelite ¬
J 1 A RobInson of Hall lnl anti Uoblnson Uoblnsongrain Hoblllon Hoblllongrall Itobitisoimgralim
grain grall commission cOlllsslon merchants InCrchnnl wluvii
thrum Irm Mr Trlckctt Tricket had testified tosUled was wal the therepresentative thorepNsentntvo timereprasentatlso
representative repNsentntvo here of tho Missouri Ml8 ourl Pi Piclrtc 11clc Itchile
chile railroad rairoad was Wil questioned qucstoncr closely closelyas cuSly cuSlyus
us to the records of business tatueeit tPtn
his firm frm and the thoMl Missouri sourl Poclilc mil milway 1111 1111wny railway
way but would 0111 not admit that there therewere therwert thermmere
were any uch > records available While Whileother Whli Whileothem
other flniie 1118 than his had holelea elevators tor along
the lIne Ino o ct the Missouri Ml ourl Pacific 1oellc he ad admitted ld ldmlted admuted ¬
muted mlted that they did not do nn In export exportbusiness cxplrt
business and tnd said that his firm frm ex experienced fX fXperlenced cxperienced ¬
perienced practically practcaly no competition compotton compottontrom comupetittoimfront
from them His Hl firm Irm had never ho de declared ticclaret ¬
Il Ilclared
clared received reeelel money for relmtoa r hnl or oras ora8 oras
as a concession conc Hslon from the railmiiJ rllllI11J or orfrom orfrom
from any an other source ourcl directly Ilrecty or tr Indi Indirectly Inli mdiredly ¬ I
rectly rect during the past three years year His Hislirm Is IsIlm illsiirm
lirm Ilm he said 1lld held a definite Ielnllo and not nOlnn nOlnnel an anclastic anelastIc
elastIc el rate with the Missouri Pacfc Pac re I
Mr Robinson admitted adnlited however howeverthat hOIor hOIorthat howeverthat
that W C Stlth Rtth freight traffic trafc man manager manager mantiger ¬
ager of the Missouri Pacific llcllo made mlle hint hinta hin
a I private tate tatt on export grain to Ne Nf c v vOrleans i iOrleans
Orleans from 3 to 6 cents lower than thanthe thll thanthe
the published pblslle export tariff tariffOliver tallr tariffOliver
Oliver Olver Denton D nton a 1 grain grlll l lmerchant ommlsllln ommlslllnmerchant omnmlsskn omnmlssknmerchimmrmt
merchant of l avcnworth lnvlnworth avcnworthwould Kansas KanR8woulJI KansasWould
would woulJI i It t admit tlmt he wan wln the coun country COUl eouimtry ¬
try representative rOIIOffntltle of the Missouri 1 80url Pa Pacific Il Paelite ¬
elite Ills Is firm tl he sold 8ld had d never re received reo recehved ¬ I Iceled
ceived money mln rebates and other otwr con concosslons concosslona I IcOBslone
cosslons from trol rein the railroad rnlroa directly dlrlcty or orIndirectly 01 oriimtlirecti3
Indirectly IndirectlyKrcs hlrect iimtlirecti3Fres
Krcs I res Hoose local repre39lii repreihlltve ropreSetmlntlve alive of ofHlcharilson otJchard ofRichardson
Richardson Jchard on 8 Company of Phlraso PhlrasoWas ChlaoWns Imiraowas
Was tho nest witness Mr Trlckett Tricket tmd tmdtestified hlll hlllIcstned tiatiiesthfled
testified Icstned that thlt this Ihls flrift fr1 was the repre representative represOllalo reprosemmtntlvo ¬
sentative of the Santa Fe railway rnlway and andMr antiMr
sOllalo 811
Mr Hoose was asked If I th there re were wprltnct a afact afact I
fact Ho 10 declared dlellr d he did not Inow now m mhave II uthave
have any nn Intimation Inttlton of any an arrange arrangment arrngment arrangement
ment by which his firm receive lecll 1 nny nnyspecial nnyppeclnl tinyspecial
special advantage or concoaUon conc lol from fromthat trm fronmthat
that railway ho admitted ndmltOl that Chl If two twomillion tW11milon twomillIon
million bushels of grain rain 1m handla ml lad by his hisfirm hisOrm hisfirm
firm In Kansas lallal City Ciy during lurlfJ the past pastyear paltyenr pastyear
year the Santa Salta Po received nil ni but butoo X50 2f1
000 0 oo bushels bURhel Hut lut thin was simply fllllly IK IKcause Ii IirnUse because
cause tho he Santa Sntn Fo ran throuttn throui better bettergrain botlr botlrgrain bettergrain
grain country countryHliiuv countryNomSTJOXH countrytoti
NomSTJOXH toti lNATJOXCO CONI PlhtMlI PlhtMlItilmaw lnmf lnmf8hlw
Hliiuv 8hlw Secretary SecrotaryotTrensiiry ot Treasury rcMlrYI Payne PaynePoDtnmMcr IIne IIneIuUlnAor iimlmePmmtimmnstor
PoDtnmMcr IuUlnAor Oonernl OonernlWashington GonprnlWluhlncton GoncralVaahlngton
Washington Jan 9 9Tho The Senate t < nato In Inexecutive Inexcutho Inexecutive
executive excutho session seis Ion today 10dlY confirmed cOlfrmel the thenomination thenominaton thenominatIon
nomination nominaton of U I M I Shaw to be sects secretary Icere Iceretary sectstnry ¬
tary of the treasury anti of Hon Hen Henry len lenry lienry ¬
ry C Payne layne to be postmastergeneral postmastergeneralTried postmater cnell cnellTrlcII
Tried to o Itoli Ht t 10111 tomsis < otil hank IlntikSt nlk nlkSI
St Louis Jan 9 9Night Night Watchman WatchmanDavid Walchmnntald WntcmmanDavid
David tald Paulln P llUk of t the Southern Southfrh Illlnoln IlllnolnNational 1lnol 1lnolNatonal IllinoisNational
National Natonal bonk bn banic at n t East St Louis III IIInported HI Illreported
reported Jporte this morning that tha nn In attempt attemptwas atlmpt atlmptwnl
was wnl made last lal night to enter 01 tel the > bank bankend bankcnd bankend
end that ha fired frCI through the door dor and anddrove anl anddrove
drove troo this th robbers rohblr away awayI OWI
I N hughes 1 hlh el who is Under Undpr arrest arrestcharged Irret Irretcharge nrretcharged
charged charge with wih complicity cOlplcly In the robbery robberyif
if t t the National Natonal Stock Yards Ytds bank Mon Monday Monoy ttontiny ¬
day oy night still tl declares ho Is Innocent Innocentcf Innocentc
cf c the charge chlrge He II Insists he le was wn at nthome atIome athome
home sick nt the time timeTho tImeThe
tre treTho
Tho total toln110ss loss by tho robbery Is now nowestimated nowtltmacd nowestimated
estimated tltmacd ot 10000 100 by IJ ijresldent Iesldent Knox Knoxcf
cf the Block Stok Yard Yars National NaClonol bink
tj tjI
I tlf im mtttr r compression cOlprallon which Increases Increasesiinitfratur lmmoreaeeshI5LClmmLratui
fl hI5LClmmLratui iinitfratur u tur The lh Increase IIOI I ot heat heatnotlailly het
llurn ll 1 I notlailly rl ctlcall ctlcallil otcll nilli r 1lohlbll0 prohibitive he of cloud fur rormo furlmatolm
urn mo lmatolm Oil ll il nnd theiiforo tICoro the th bright blllht clear oloarSB cluarIltlG clearslcl0t
IltlG slcl0t SB m II hi tan al ii nria iti tn of high prenHiire lreIIHI Hut Hutwhcji nutwhe flatmvhmCm
whcji whe ft high continue COItnUI stationary Mtntonlty for forioiilO tOlIPi fotIiimO
ioiilO IPi tlmu Iml lint Ihu 1m downwntil dOlnwlwd movumetit IOV tnovelrmentlecmmmetm lelt
bocomoa lCIQIOA so slow II cio ow that thlt the tie loss of heat heatby lteatby
1 by radiation Idlbton and IIIl1 miii conduction condulton Is greater greaterthan gtontertI Ioatert
than t tI 41m l that tlut gained glhw1 by ty compression OIIr llon Tho Thoair Thoolr TimeaIr
air olr therefore becomes beOOleM colder with wih each eachfoot olh olhfOOl ouchfoot
foot nf t losuimt 10scont a condition cllllon which Is Isfavorable I ICIjfIl isfavorbblo
favorable CIjfIl for tO fog or Ir the maintenance IJlntenanco of ofone otClO oflimo
one ClO already nltea y formed A fog of this thi char chartmtOr chnrIIOr clintauter
tmtOr IIOr may extend upward UIQll 1000 100 feet or ormore ormCI orimmure
more mCI nbovo nIIo u H I bight clear sky Iky and andVrtirm 111 cmlWOummi
Vrtirm Wirl sunshine sunshineThe lunshlno lunshlnoha sunshInerime
The ha present 1IIEsent douse dellO tog began on 01 Janu Januucy JanuI JanuiirJ
ucy I 3 and all has hn continued cOltnued with wih slight slightI slght slghtI slightiifieuuptlmns
I Eruptions I m tfl tons until untl the th piesonl time tle a aUWJi 1 aimgIJ
UWJi 1 Jr ofseven ur f seven dayH rho Weather WeatherDurtftu WClther WClther1tU Veuthmorlairtan
Durtftu 1tU records rccoldl for Bait Lake City Cityifficfi Clt Clt11cn CitystTilcfl
ifficfi 11cn began belli In 1874 do not show ahol thnt thntIflStltp thatC1III
1 C1III IflStltp tog to IIIIB hiit extended Cctctdet over a 1 greater greaterperiod grMterp granteriarhOd
period p dot than three consecutive conHoeltvo days dayshgrctufoju dl1 dayshrctot
hgrctufoju hgrctufojuA h hrctot hrctotA 110roo 110rooA
A A uniform temperature would natur naturoly nnturaJI natursilly
silly aJI bo 10 expected during lurlng n period orlod with withdensi wih withdense
dense dtMI fog but ut the thl uniformity In tho thoimHtiit tho11tfnt timeureenmt 1
imHtiit 11tfnt case has hnl boon bll remarkable remarkablefrom lcllrlallo monmmmmmlableIitmnmm 1
from llfli 8 j > m 1 of January JalUnly 3 to date dlto tho thohighest thohlghlt theIdgimest
highest hlghlt temperature lempclatUo has been een 30 dc dcKrcp deKrC tiegratis
gratis amid the lowest t 2f 21 > a range of R I 5tiegrtcs
degrees 11esrNI Irom 2 p 1 m of January 4 to toli
li 1 a 1 m t of January 0 u 1 period of 46 46hours 40hmomrs 6 6ho
hours ho r9 tho temperature tcmpelltulO ranged rlngcdbetwecn rlngcdbetwecnand between between2und between2tmnd
2und and 29 degree1 dlreel
Washington Wn hlngton Jan 9 Oho The value of ofthe oftho ofthe
the mineral products of tho United UnitedStates UnitedSlllel UnitedStates
States Slllel In 1000 exceeded exceeled for the ilrst ilrsttlmo Irst Irsttme Ilrsttime
time tme th the billion bilon dollar Ilolar mark accord ¬
big II to tho geological survey report on onmineral onmineril onmineral
mineral mineril resources which has Just been
lisucd belcd The Thf exact Ixacl llguies Iges were U067 U067UOlGitO 1106G030lU 06t
UOlGitO G03 3 a ni as compared COIulfd with 9nWW 9tOb91 01lQQ5hi > sil In InISM
ISM 15 u I Knln Iull of 9J702712 91i2 or 985 185 per percent perlcnt pertclmt
cent Iron Irn and 111 coal alone ulole yielded yieldedm Yleldet
m IN tre r than half of the grand crli total totaltheir tOIII tOIIItheir totaltheir
their combined value llue ihue being over 560 566iOOoOO
000000 iOOoOO The rie statistical slntslcnl summary ummly of the theiproduclloti
iproduclloti Iproductol of tho various minerals al already nllely ahready ¬
ready lely has hl been published puhlshld Of tho to toHal tulnl tobit
Hal Iron II0n output of 25S3151 2753m long lonl tons tonstho tonsthe tonsthe
the Lake Superior ltcrlor region ronlol embracing embracingL ombraelng1mlnel omnbracngtnines
1mlnel L mines In Michigan Wisconsin und undMinnesota andit1mnesOta
Minnesota lnleotl produced prQducl1 Its ls maximum mlxlmum out outpiltVoftfOmm outq outlong 1t
piltVoftfOmm M 4 1 8 long to is l The Me MeafiwflrangwJIriHMlnnesdift Merl1 Meahoime
afiwflrangwJIriHMlnnesdift rl1 q rfngiJln lnncIJJt alone alolO pro produced prodU prosdud ¬
dud dU 81W450 81 8450 long tons or SO 31 per Cent Centcf Centor tentof
cf tho total domestic 10lestc product productThe proruct proructTho protimmetTime
The total value llu nt lt tho mines of tho tho7m161
27651181 long lonl tons tOiS produced In 1900 1900was 190 1900was
was 1665 f66500l 665 0501 o04 as compared con1nrd with wih J34 31
899 07 In 1899 n gain nln of 9026 per cent centThe centTho centThe
The average arlo price was 242 21 per long
ton as compared cOhpnted TTlth lh 143 143 per fer ton In In1S99 InU99
1S99 a I gain of 04 0 ier torrent cent Time lowest lowestprice loweslprice lowestprice
price per er ton was WIS 82 cents In Texas Texaswhere Toxls Toxlswhero Texaswhere
where convict labor Is clement
an elemelt In Inmining InIjlnilg inniitmhimg
mining Ijlnilg The highest hlghlsl price rlco was 371 371In 37 371In
In Colorado Of 19059393 long tons tonsnhlpped tonBnhlJPcd tonsuimlpppd
nhlpped nhlJPcd from tho Lake 111w Superior SUlerlor region regionIn reglol
In 1900 only 498087 tons went welt by rail 11
Over 2700000 27000 long tons went to fUrnaoeg fUrnaoegat tUrllo tUrlloat fUrnaecat
at Chicago ChlclKO and In Michigan ltchllnn and Ind Wis Wisconsin WIl ViscousIn ¬
cousIn and over 15700000 n7OOO tons went ent to tolover tolower tolower
lower lake lalo ports portl of which the three tlireoports threolorts threePorts
ports lorts of ABhtnbula Cleveland lleelalul and andConneout Ind IndCortneaut andComineaut
Conneout Ashtajlla In OhIo receive mora than
9600000 950000 tens tensThe tOiS tOiSThe tommeTime
The report shows Ihols that pig Iron pro production plo plo11uctOl proluotlomi ¬
duction In 1900 Increased 124
11uctOl Increlaed 12 per cent centIn centin
In tonnage tunnce and ald over OVlI six intr 1r cent In Invalue invalue
value over the record loold breaking brcuklul year Ear of of189J
189J The total steel 111 production 11roructon was wasa wasI insem
a I 1S99 189 decrease ecrense of over 450000 45001 long ton from from1S99 trol frommi1S9
The most IOAt Important 1I10rtRt gains InlnR In gold goldproduction uh1 uh1Ilructon goldProductlomm
production Ilructon were In the Howard SpnNI penln penlnMl pelin pelinlulB Ienminsuta
Ml lulB a of Alaska Alalkl the Crlmile rllle Creek lleuk reek ills illstilct dlstll tiletrict
tilct tll t of Colorado Cololndo and all In Arizona Alzonn The Theyield Thellld Timeyield
yield llld for the Ile year ear van Q valued at SiP SiPlOO 79
171000 lOO a gain Irln of J8U7COO 8mco over 1899 1899The 199 199hc 1899Time
The hc silver slyer output was of tho com commercial commercla1 canthmerclah ¬
mercial value of mTBO 3S741140 The report reportnotes Ieport Ieportnotes reportnotes
notes great jrent activity Ictlr for the year In Inold inold
old 01 anti onl1now now copper cppr properties propertes In In18991ho Inisso I
1899 18991ho the production produoton of coal cal In the th Unit United Uni Unitad ¬
ed e States Stnte evceeded e for the first Irst time tlmothat tmo timethat I
that of Great Ilrltaln Ilrlaln In JI mo lil the kad kadover Ilal Icadover
over Great Britain Drlnln was much Increased Increasedthus Increase increasedthtms
thus fixing txln the United Unlel States firmly Irmly firmly1mm I
In tho first trt place hace among nrronl the worlds worldsproducers w01111 worldsbVOdUcems
producers loluCel8 Next to this the th most In ¬
teresting tercstng feature foture of the thi production pf cto l of ot190G
1900 was n the tie marked Increase lnrease In JI value valuecompared valuecompared uluocomparel
compared with wih the Increase Inerel1 In tonnage tonnaglThp tonnageThe
The Thp production Ilroducton In Il 1900 IPO was Wa 2C9981i2T 2C9981i2Tshort ZO98U2 ZO98U2Ihort 3G098i27short
short Ihort tons tOn valued at It saocs6UH the theIncrease thee timeInotCase
Increase e over 1S99 199 being re > than tmn 1C 10Q00000
040000 000 In amount olount and mure than thantb 50 5
000000 0000 In value The Thl strike trikE In the theanthracite thennthrAelo theltntlmraclto
anthracite nnthrAelo tvglon Ieglon cut short sholt Its Is output outputW
W b probably Jnbnbly 6000000 60000 long 10lg tons and cost costthe cOltthe costthiC
the miners miner something Inethll over J 10080000 ZiO0Q0000in 1fOO 10080000In
In II wages W gQS and 111 the strike In the Cumber Cumberland Cumberland Cumberhind ¬
land region decreased drR el Marylands pro 11 11lllton pcmltmotiomt
Unction lllton rCgon about 700000 7000 tons as compared comparedWith clpnre conmmparedwith
With wth 1199 It9 The advance Idvance In Vfjlue llue of ofbituminous ofhlumilous ofbitumnimmotis
bituminous hlumilous coal was WIS unprecedented unprecedentedTho unptcednto
Tho average 18118 price IlrJc per IMr ton having hrlnr Hatm Hatmfrom tlltn tlltntrom tienfrom
from SO cents CtltS In 1S99 to lOI 10 In 1MO 1MOThoexportfl lUOOTho 1800Thoexporttm
Thoexportfl Tho oxporl of coal col In 1900 10 amounted amountedto
to only a 1 little ltte over three Ihre per veimt ent of ofthe orthe oftime
the total lotl product proluct und unl the Imports were werestill irerestill ere erestl
still stl smaller smallerFully smalC smallerFully
l Fully uly ii5 D per r cent of the total coke cokeproduction cokepro cokeprdUotIon
production pro uoton In 1900 190 of 20511141 tWau short shorttons ahorttOl shorttolts
tons tOl s an Increase Ilcrase of 6SI77U 68170 tons t011 over overISM ovr
ISM was l taken from rota the Apalachlan ApalachlanHolds Apalachlnnnelll Apahaehianficids
Holds HoldsThe nelll ficidsTime
The crude petroleum production prducton ox oxdtd excM oxcidsd
cM cidsd < dtd nil ni records rofl a I large Increase IleIRO be being behI belug ¬
lug hI Mpftclally IPIIIty idled tf In We Wet Weat t Virginia VirginiaCalifornia VlnlnlnClrorln VirginiaOttlifornia
California Clrorln Ohio Indiana and Texas TexasThe TeXMTh TexasTiiO
The Th Texas exls development wan wal chleity chllly In i
1901 Ovor 91 per cent of tho total totalproduction totalprOucton totalproduction
production prOucton came from the Apalaclilan Apalaclilanand palacblanaud
and Lima and Indiana Inl1hl1n fluids n The TheIndications ThoIntlcatons Theindications
Indications Intlcatons for 1907 107 are for a largely largll ts In Increisod InCre3s himcreased
creased Cre3s d output of petroleum letrleul over 1900 1900IN 1900IN 1900IN
Minor 111101 HuslncM Tu thiislncsqTrnnsaetcth lnclI Transacted Trnluoted and Ad Adjournment 4tdIojrniimmeimt d dI ¬
journment I Iojrniimmeimt rlilent Tnkun Until Uotl Monday MondayWashington 31111n 31111nn Munthayittihlnmgton
Washington n hlnglOn Jan 9 9AI 9As As soon Ron as the themet theSonll theiteniqe
Sonll iteniqe met today on motion mottn of Mr MrHole Mrflair r rHotl
Hole Hotl of f Maine Mline tho Senate agreed arec that thatwhen thatwhelit thatwhet
when whelit whet It It adjourns alJlurnl today It I be until untl
Monday next nextMr nextMrJockf1 nextMr
Mr MrJockf1 oockrfll of Missouri reported reportedfrom reporto reportedfrom
from the committee cmmi le on military mltnry af affairs nftnlrs atfairs ¬
fairs the rc relultl results ult8 of the Helstand UehJuml In Inquiry InQulry 1mmqulry ¬
Qulry that was Wi conducted conducte under the thePcttlgrew theJetl theiettigrew
Pcttlgrew Jetl ew resolution rsoluton of the last Int ses session es ession s sslon ¬
port portA sion No action Icton was Wi taken on the re report reo reoport toport ¬
A House Mil hi appropriating approprlatnl 10000 100 for forfurnishing tortlrnlehlnJ forfurnishIng
furnishing tlrnlehlnJ transcripts trnscripts of records reons of the thegeneral thegenuallanc thegeneral
general genuallanc land oiHc omc was wal passed passedAt pus81 pus81At
At 1240 12 0 the Senate went Into execu executive executho oxecutive ¬
Monday Mondai tive ecsslon cslon and at lSO 15 adjourned until untilMonday unt untilMOfldftle
District Distrct Attorney Atorney Takes Up Up Matter MatterOf Mater Materor
Of NY NI N VI Central Collision CollisionPUNISHMENT ColIsion ColIsionPUNISJMEN1 GolitsionILJNISIIMENj
0 0No
No Mntler aler Who U I ieitoii Ilullunllio ItcepotislIjin lblo for forrtllc furLuu or orLoss
Loss ur rtllc Llff LiI Jimitcu J IMlicu In I to be beMclrd 10 10hlrd beflietrd
Mclrd Out OutNew OnlNew OmitNew
New York JnnroThomao Jan J 91homoo P I Mur
Phy of NOW Ilochelle 1ochele whew who lugs were
broken and nnl who was badly llly hurt Inter Interally
ally nly In II yesterdays yestctdll tunnel wreck In
this city oU pusaed a quiet night In Hells Hellsvue BelletUe lllle lllleUe
vue Ue hospital His left le leg which wu
badly crushed will wJlllJ1obnLI probably be umpu
titled today todayLWftJlcVl todllYILult todayAlbert
Albert LWftJlcVl Wadloy t m llorlst 0 ot t thlll l oily
with 1 hOlllU > w In Now Itochclle who ho had hadfern
both lIgs ffill broken > kWl1 nlld who sufforud In
tcra Injuries was Improvm today todaymii
At thoronll H11 Central > station It wag
mii i
Ball today that no the district attorney attorneyIn
hall cOlnlnellcctl VeIM > td U un InvestIgation tO do duo
In I
term termille rn ne the cause of and responsibility
for t time ho wreck tho railroad olllclals had
dennllcly postponed po llllJned their Investigation
and would present nil facts In their
possession to the county pioserutor
Another investlgHtlon will 11I probably
be made hy it y Iroslrtcnt Cantor Can lor of tho
borough of Mttnll llnhnttall < i Mr Cantor
said today
I will confer with tho corporation
counsel regarding flgnr lng my III authority over
tunnels exclusively used ulJellby by rnllroiuls J
am not fully satisfied as to my III power
In f this mntlor As AIItllole there are Investiga ¬
tions being made by the district attor 0 ¬
ney lie the coroner and the state commli
sImmer of railroads I thought it beet blsllU to It
find out my authority before J attempt attempted > l led ¬
ed an Investigation of my own
Jly opinion U that If electricity had
been used by time railroad the accident
Would not have happened
I visited I ltell the seen of tho wreck at
D30 > Inst night I watched the train trainpassing ttRlnip trainsPassing
passing p slng through the itm Ltmmmtotl i Tho vol volumes coimanes 01 01urnes ¬
manes of smoke from the locomotives
filled IlIIed tho tunnel so that It was 118 Impost Jm > osal osallie
bio to discern the lights lightsDistrict IIghlsDistrict lightsDistrict
District Attorney Ji Jerome > rom said ho howished howlshCd Itowished
wished his Investigation to b be all thor thorough thorough timorotmglm ¬
ough as possible and that he h would con ¬
for with Coroner Scholar to that end endIt ellllIt emmdIt
It Is possible > os lhle said Mr Jerome Jeromethat Jeromethnt Joronmethat
that the engineer only onl was 1111 at fault faultIt
It Is also possible that the railroad railroadcompany rnllroniJompany railroadrompammy
company did not provide tr In < engineer engineerwith onglneerWith engineerwith
with tho devices known to the he knowl knowledge Imowledge knowledge ¬
edge of men In railroad affairs It there therewas thelewas tlmeiewas
was a duty Imposed upon III > on tiny person persondid persontlid
did that person do It 1 If ho did noi noino not notimo
no matter who ho hm Is he shall bo pun punished l1UIIIshed nunishmod ¬
ished ishedIn
In New nochcU > where all but ut one oneof oneof otmeof
of the dead live business wis wmmshlmnomt wmmshlmnomtentirciy almost almostentirely lhnostentirely
entirely suspended Aus cnded today Of thotw thotwhurt tlWRhurt tltottimttrt
hurt twentynine twenty nine lived In New llochnlle llochnlleand Hochflllttnnl1 floclieileanti
and numbers of their Ih lr rohuivcs spen spentho IJplnt IJplnttho epenttime
tho night In or near the hospitals To Today Today ¬ I
day several of the bodies of the deni deniwere denllwero demmthvere
were taken to Kew Zotv Ilochelle The town townwas lownwall townwan
was In mourning and many personA person1who personAwho personsvimo
who had suffered loss anti offered sym sympathy PIIpntllY aymnpatlmy ¬
pathy aid assistance assistanceSUNK I8slslnnce1I11 assistanceitilNid
SUNK 1I11 g HTIMi 8TlIjlCtlNO 8TlIjlCtlNOlroimltinntieuml OAVINO OAVINOProblematical 01 SO SOJrohlollln
Problematical Jrohlollln Ill1n 1 WliPihorKntombctlMI WliPihorKntombctlMIat Vhiciher het her EntiimmbemlII EntiimmbemlIImere ntolllbell II IInerlJ
mere at Neunmio Can ho Ilcnuuoil IlcnuuoilNegaunee JteRollNegounee ilcsoiimhNegnmmnee
Negaunee Jllch Jan 9 9The The surface surfacof surraceot
of the Negaunen in mine I no IH IHjltllI still caving In Ingoing 111going ingoimmg
going direct to tho drift whore the thebodies thobodlPR thebodies
bodies of the workmen are covered coveredThe roeredrho coveredfime
The blacksmith shop west of the open openIng openIII opeimlmmg
Ing III went down lute last night and andfrom andtrom andtrain
from present Indlratlons the dry house housewest housewelt houseWest
west of tho opening will go down II IIU IIIII Itlit
U now problematical when the bod bodIes bodleot bodIesof Is Isof
of tho burled miners will be recovered recoveredas recooredwith
as with water pouring In and the nut surface Hurtc nutface ¬
face tc giving way the work cannot ue uecarried neoorrled ascarried
carried on with any nn degree of safety safetyNO IIlIfolyso safetyNo
NO TllOUIlhK TllOUIlhKNavy rnouiIiaitxTiciitrnh rnouiIiaitxTiciitrnhniy STIOIJ NfW NfWNlu
Navy Nlu niy Department flepmmrtnmtntCrniililent Co Conlhlcllt nil it out as to toOiiluonut tnJutOUlIIII toOtmtiotimo
Oiiluonut of Vlcktihurg ckMhur MTnlr MTnlrWashnlston tTnlrWallhnlglon Stir StirWashmnlgton
Washnlston Jan 9 Although with without withOUt without ¬
out any an fruthcr communication from fromNlu tromNtu fronmNut
Nut Chwnng ro epctlnR rOfe etlng the trouble be betwecn between hotweon
twecn the sailors of the Vicksburg and andthe nnlIhe antitime
the ftuistnn soldiers the navy lIa depart department departimient lernrtInent ¬
ment officials are confident that there therewill therowl1 therewill
will be no serious outcome They have havebeen hnebeen havebeen
been very much hampered In commu communicating communicating comnmunicating ¬
nicating with the Vlcksburg lck8bur by b their theirfailure theirtnlluro theirfniltmro
failure to B secure curo the use of the tele telegraph telegmph telegraph ¬
graph line connecting Nlu Nm Chwnng Chwnngwith Chnngwith ChwangwIth
with the cable system of China Un ¬
doubtedly If this telegraph could be boud beuI beused
ud by the United States agents and andofllcers andoflleeNl antiomhleera
ofllcers the last possibility of further furthertrouble Curthertrouble furthertrouble
trouble surely might be avert aortPd As It ItU IIIII itIs
U the Vlckfllniix must remain where whereshe wherlsho wheresue
she Is for the winter being belli Icebound Iceboundnnd Iceboundand Irehountiarid
and for the name reason rt > It Is Imimsfli ImimsfliMo iimmossihiho
Mo to s send nd another ship from tho Asia Asiatic AHIItic Asiatic ¬
tic squadron to tnh her place Then ThenIn TherIs
In no Intention of withdrawing lthdrnwln United UnitedStates UnitedStnles PattedStates
States repreMntatlon at Nlu Nb Chwang Chwangwhich Chwnnlfwhich Cimwangwimiclm
which Is a treat tlllIU port belonging to toChina toChinn toChina
China at which American interests are areHO arelie
HO Important as any Iln port 1 011 In northern northernChina IorlhernChlnrl northernChIna
MOItK IOIU I IPresident IJI1MR IJI1MRIrcllhllnt llIJdSIrciidetmt
President HciuU SttmuhsaimnmIcr n Number or Norn NornliuillniiH Nomnimntlomis
liuillniiH to time Semite SemiteWashington SI SmuimteWashington nl1tc nl1tcWRshllllton
Washington Jan 9 9TII Th PrwWent PrwWenttoday PmklonttodlY Preshloattoday
today sent the following nominations to tothe tothe totime
the Senate SenateSecretary SenaleSecretlr SenateSecretary
Secretary of the territory of Okla ¬
homa honlnWm Wm Grimes Oklahoma OklahomaIndian OldaOOI1AIndian OkhahotnaIndian
Indian agent Sac and Pox agency 1lno 1lnoOkIAhnl11an0A8
OklahomaHorn OulIIn bum MisimuriRegister Missouri MissouriIteglster 1I 11IUrl 11IUrlJteglster
Register of land oirice otnceRobert Robert C 0Snnborn CSanborn CSanborn
Sanborn at Minot N J JKecelver D DUeceheor Dlteeeitr >
Kecelver of nubILe publ mnneye mnn mnnney1laIi IJlflh Idoh T TMontgomrry J JlIontgnllllrr PMontgOnmer
Montgomrry MlMiMtppl at Jackson JackwnMiss JackaonMlu JacksonMiss
Miss Albert K floss North Dakou Dakouat
at St Michael Alaska 18811 z zWar zWarMUlier aWarArtillery
War WarMUlier Artillery s second oond lieutenants lltutenantsNnthan IItut8nl1nt8Nlthnn lieutenantsNathan
Nathan J Shelton at large Samutl S nnuji uel C CCardwcll CCardwcll CCardwchI
Cardwcll Kentucky KentuckyPnrccln ICentuckynrccl ICezmtuck3Iarceds
Pnrccln nrccl Post Io t to llollvln llollvlnWashington 11011111Wnshlngton ilolirinWashington
Washington Jan 9Th > President Presidenttoday Prslllentlodny Presidenttoday
today signed the parcels post agree agreemint arreemint agreemint
mint recently arranged between the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States and BolivIa Ilollvla1UVOI1TION BolivIa1thVOI1UTIONIZ
I 1UVOI1TION Itf OIUTIOSiN IN PAHAOOAY PAHAOOAYPresident 11tOUAlrcsll1ent PtltGUAYlrcaldemmt
President Acrvnl Itccvaiot nf hint Itoptibllo ItoptiblloSnld
Haiti to be Prisoner Irl lrlsomierBuenos Prisonerliuenos nller nllerDuanoll
Buenos Ayres Jan 9 9Vimt fla Calves Calveston GnlvestortIt laivestomlIt
ton tortIt it Is reported here that a revolu revolution revolutlon ruvohutton ¬
tion has broken out In Paraguay J araun Irtw IrtwIdent PrNlIdent Prceldent
Ident Accval of that republic Is said saidto saidto saidto
to be a prisoner prisonerAccording prisonerAocoNllng prisommerAocording
According to the private dispatch dl atch re recclved rpcehed cccalved
calved In New York Wednesday Jan January January Janusry ¬
uary 8 from Hanagua iNlonragua a arevolt 0tcolt arevolt
revolt recently occurred at Hogota cap ¬
ital of Colombia President J re ll ent Morroquln Morroqulnwu
wu All laid to have been mad a nAnar ncLsana
Mr Mrt MrCannon t Cannon of Illinois Clashes With Mr MrHepburn Mrt1epburn Mullepbiirn
Hepburn in the House During DuringTodays DudngTodays DuringTodays
Todays Session <
Wnshlngton Jan 9In anticipation anticipationof
of a rote on the Nicaragua cniml CRIll bill billtoday hilitoday billtoday
today theru wa warn a largo attendance attendanceon
on the floor when lIon the House Uou e met Un Under UnIIr Untier ¬
tier th lie order made yesterday 81 lord IIY debate debnUwas l1eLntW
was W S to close nt 2 oclock when the bill billwas billwus billwas
was to be tend for amendment under underthe undarthe undertime
the llvo minute rule Mr Adnmmm of ofQeorgle ofGoorllt ofGeorgle
Qeorgle time liMIt speaker today 10111 urged uigedtho urgedtho urgedtime
tho Passage of the Ih Hopburn bill with without without without ¬
out amendment Ho argued that the thetlmo thotlmo thetIme
tlmo had como for or notion and that thatequivocation thntuqulvocntloll timattxjuivoommtiomm
equivocation now 1I0 oould only result In Indelaying IIIdelaYing indelaying
delaying the commoncomnt of tho can canal eunnl cmiat
It the Panama company had an offer offerto
to make which we would accept neo pt ho hosaid liesaid
said 1 ld tharo would be time cnounh to
take advantage of It when tho bill was waspending
pending In limo Senate or lut Jlltjl r In con
ference ferenceMr
Mr Woolen of Texas also argued
that the bill should be pawed without withoutamendment withoutIImentlmenl withoutttmmmendniermt
amendment If the Morris amend amendment nmn nmnlIIent amendnmolmt ¬
ment wero werelIdollod adopted ho said tho canal tanalwould canalwould canalwould
would become a constitutional project
surrounded by doubts and dllllcultien dllllcultienwhich dlllh duihicuitiewhIch ullloll ulllollwhloh
which mluht doom it to final failure failureowing fnllureowlnt failureowing
owing to tf t the International political politicalcomplications 110IIUcuicOlnrlllcaUons nohlticotieoimiphicatlomme
complications He declared It WM WMrather WMrather wasrather
rather a strange coincidence tlmt thoM thoswho thoMwho timosevhmtm
who wanted to amend the bill I hud In
he post opposed tho passage IluHlla of any
bill He regarded the Morris amend amendment amelldment ammmeimtlommomit ¬
ment n as a modern Trojan liars
Mr Woolen ooten said he did not fnvor nn nnamendment annll1endment tinamnemmdnmemmt
amendment to fortify the canal He
believed such nn amendment n11l lIdment wivoretJ wivoretJmore IlAvore IlAvoreI
more of spurious sentiment than sound loundand loulldallll soundamid
I and salutary sululnl sense lie favored tavoredlIeulral a aneutral aneutral
neutral oiuinl oiuinlAt cllnnlAt onimniAt
At this point upon the request of
Mr Davis of Florida the time for gen general lIeneral gonoral ¬
eral debate was oxtondod until 230
p I in inMr IIIMr Hililt
Mr Bparkmnn of Florida 1 upoka In In1nor
favor of the Hepburn bll bllCANNON bill billCANNON biiCANNON
Mr Camion of Illinois II 111101 s chairman of
tin appropriations committee g then
took the iloor HI 11111 remark wore giv given gl glIn glven ¬
en cloro attention The building of ofthis otthis ofthis
this canal he mild was a business pro proposition pro1I081110n proposItion ¬
position and should bt b > considered con ldClell from fromn rommm rommma
n business standpoint Gentlemen Gentlementalked Oontlementallel1 Gontiememitalked
talked about the proposed canal having
been agitated for 400 yearn o rlf and UII used usedthat usedthnt usedtimmit
that na an argument why members of o
Congress hnnld 11111 fall over each other tft tftvote tbvote thVote
vote for the ondlnir bill Personally ha
had favored n canal for years btU bte btecn btLhecause e ecause
cause cn uso ho had not been willing to pro proceed proeel proaced ¬
aced < eel without Information and against
fixed treaty liws h he had boon tae eOIl IIgnlnst oftilea 4 lod
hard names Mr Cannon nt this point pointclashed IJ ibiimtchimSimed lltt
clashed sharplv with Mr Hepburn who whoIs
Is In charge of th the bill billMr billMr
Mr Cannon criticised the rowan for 1 I
As announced nnllolln K In a special to the theNews thoIt timeNews
It News OWII from Ogden today toda James O OWoolwlne OWoolwine 0Woolwlne
Woolwlne tho young railroad mal who whowas whowus whowas
was hurt In time wrock at Hoy Htatlon Htatlonon I IOil
on the Silo drtindc Yentern estern y oterdry yestordytIled oterdrydied I
died jn the hotpltal this morning It Ittransplren Itt Itttamtspiros
transplren t lIsplrell that his hl death Is a peculiarly peculiarlysad
sad one oneIt OlleIt ommeIt
It appears that yesterday was tho thollrst thofirllt timefirst
first time he attempted n to make a reg regular reIlilaI zigtilar ¬
ular run to Ogden and be htejthint L timt by bychanging bvdlllnllllE bycimangIng
changing off with some or tho other otherboys otherbos otherboys
boys on the road Ills run was between betweenhere 1 tveemm tveemmhero n nhele
here and Helper But there was nn un unusual UIIusual mittusual ¬
usual attraction for him at Ogd Ogden n The Themagnet Themagnet Themagnet
magnet that drew him there was a aMiss 111I111 aMiss
Miss Zinc lodge a beautiful young youngwoman youngiranian oun ounwOlllan
woman to v whom < hotn he was to have been beenweeded beenweeded becimweeded
weeded seventeen days later On Onwedded Onwedd 0mmwedded
wedded wedd d seventeen days later On
Mllllonalro New Xc Yorker Interested In InJinny in3lmihi
Jinny 111111 Com COtllllilUlos Commhpftuloxlflos panics Dies Suddenly SuddenlyNew tlhtclll tlhtclllZ
New Z ew York Jan 8 Marccllus Hartley Hartleydirector 1nrU8Ydlr1Clor hartleydIrector
director In some of the largest t cor corllor corllorUllOM corportutlons par paratlons
atlons III New York and whose fortune fortuneIs
III estimated among the largest IU III In the thecity lheelt timecIty
city elt died almost Instantly from heart heartdisease hrtdlse heartdisease
disease this afternoon at a meeting of ofthe otthe oftime
the American Surety company Mr MrHartley MrIlmirtley Ir IrHnrtle
Hartley was apparently w wfll ll when he heentered hentred lientered
entered the board room Just as Chair Chairman ChaIrlIIan Chairmoan ¬
man Johnson unll ctiuled lIell d time th meeting to or order or311 ortier ¬
tier Mr Hartley was seen to collapse collapselie
lie Wits al placed upon n sofa nnd medical medicalaUl
aid summoned 1 but h hit expired In a few fewm tewmlnllt08 fewniIntit4a
mlnllt08 mlnllt081I1r m I tin tw twMr
Mr Hartley was 74 years Irs old Vjt If wan wanH walmemher
H member of the gun firm of Hartley Hartleytlraham I IlIrftham
tlraham president and director of the theItrldgeport therldgellOrt heBridgeport
Bridgeport Oun Implement company companythe COmIYthe
the Hemlngton Arm company and the theUnion theUnk thetlniomt
Union > n Metallic Cartridge company companyvloe
vloe Ioe prwtdem and director dlre < tor of tb tbWtMtern tbWlllliern thu thuWestern
WtMtern National bank director of tl tlAmerican tl1l1 tl1l1merJran titeAmerican >
American District m trlrt Telemph romparx com comparAtmdit pall palllIdl
Audit lIdl company tjf f N New w York KgultaM KgultaMLife IfqultalmteLife qulta1JeLite
Life AMuranc I8Urallce company of the United Unitedatatea Unltel1SUIte thtitedtatea
SUIte tatea Plfth I Jtth Avenue Trust ocunpany cpln ul ulOermlnAlllertoon
QermanAmerlcnn hank Lincoln Na National Nathermal ¬
thermal bank Manhattan Hallway com comany cornflatly
any Mercantile Trust companj COntlnWst1n eonipanWestInghouse
WestInghouse Wst1n houllf Hlectrlcal company and andtrustee anlltrustoe antitrustee
trustee ot the American Amerl lIn Deposit anu anuLoan anuLoan ammoLoan
Loan company companyMr COmp4nMr
Mr Hartley was known to a number numberof
of Salt Lakers having been Interested InterestedIn
In mines In this western country for forseveral rorMveral forseveral
several years yearsAHOUT yearsl oars oarsABOUT
Treasurer Hall of itCh tho 1 P I X Talks TalksOf TalksUf Faikif
Of It ItWhat ItWhat ItWhat
What 1s claimed to be the first really reallyofficial C1Ilyofficial reallyoSclal
official map of the Thunder Mountain Mountaindistrict Mountaindistrict Iuuntallldlstrlcl
district was brought Into this city to today tol1ay today ¬
day by Treasurer Hall of tn tne Pacific Pacificdaho laclnaIdaho PacificIdaho
Idaho Northern road Mr Hall stopped stoppednt atop fd fdat
nt tho Knutsford l ere returnln north northoday nCMhtodllY northtoday
today and In conversation renmikwl renmikwlhat remarkltdthnt minmakstlthat
hat notwithstanding the claim made
1 1I
I withholding his speech from time thoand lIrorr1 teor teoramid H
and Mr Ir Hupburn characterized JH JIllnnnoll itt
CnnnonH nnnoll criticism as querulous mul 1
for nn Improper purpow 1111 rpolII stated that
he had only exceeded xeeed d a jirlvllege tn 1 1tomarlly
tomnrlly exercIsed by inembem Hut I l1t t
he offered then and there to give Mr J
Cannon the speech lI tech and sent It over to
him by a page pageMr PKeMr peMr I
Mr Cannon declared that in his hisrooollectlon hI hIrooollectlon hisroooileotioim
rooollectlon a member presenting a aflrsat 1lMt iigmaat
flrsat lMt measure IIIfl SUIII to undertake a worK
that would wOllhlla last t for crnturlei had tirviT tirviTpursued mmcvipursued 1
pursued such a course lie declared It Itwas ItWII itisas
was no decent parliamentary proccduro proccduroand t
and when Mr Hepburn made some somuquick lom9quick somequmick
quick roply he observed ob ervell amid Ia Inugh iatigttm iatigttmthat li1 11 11thnt > r rthat >
that If the gentleman from Iowa ve veommhy < r ronly Jf Jfollly
only UH utralclitforwnrd he ii iiof 1 1ot
an was 11A iltl ti tiof >
of tongue he would l he a better bettertor legl hegiehcm hegiehcmtot l3
Mr Camion llicumlnir the language languaffoof
of the hill aald that under Its aWul
langunge full power was w8sIven given not notonly notmtiiiy I IOl1lr
only Ol1lr to pay pn Nicaragua anti Costn Illci Illciand tltcuAnti f
and Rnt the Maritime Canal RIIUI company th tb1 tb1demnndl thwltiemaimda v
demands but also the American am amNlcnraguan lllel lllelNlcnrlgllan antNicaraguan
Nicaraguan speculators specula to who owned ownedproperty 01111111Ioperty ownmdproperty
property along the route Ho crltlclsod crltlclsodthe crltlIRothe critteisuctime
the undue haste of tho promoters of the theNicaragua I tImeNicaragua hoNlcnrllgun
Nicaragua canal He wanted to t tt II IIthE acti actitIme co cothe
the protocol that had hlltllJeen been recently w wcollated tHgollaterl miegotimuted
collated He objected to the prnvlsi Tlr irovisln irovislnthat vRI n nthat nthnt
that contracts could bo made for tho thowhole thowholo chicwhole
whole work workMr workMr
Mr 1 11 Cannon said It wns doubtfu 1C 1Cwar IeTar Ifwar
war taxes could be removed if the KOV KOVornniont govorltnmotmt i
ornniont was committed commit led to auclrn luch a ul ulgnntlc cigitntle 1 1gllntlc
gnntlc enterprise He sold he would wouldvoto wiultivote
vote for or the Morris amendment nnd If Ifthat Iflout I IIhat
that failed would move to recommit recommituo
uo tho bill could be amended amendedMr h
Mr Dcarmnnd of Mltwonrl favond favondtho
time leaving of th the > > question of routoj routojto
to the President With alternative Hi Hithorlty timthorith I Ithorlt
thorlty he could make better hett Iter r terms Tho Thobill Cim Cimbill j
bill btlln OH presented 11 lentfd wen not mature Wolt Woltthe vm vmtho Vi5time
the army OrlU engineer ronq un or a gigantic giganticsyndicate slJnulhssyndicate gigatimitisytmdicse
syndicate to build th < > ninal lllnalAt tnaiAt I IAt
At 2 oclock Mr Hopinirn H lhurn took thOj ho tholioor j jloor
door to close the general debate HQ HQIepllul Itoreplied Io Ioreplied
replied chlpfly chlntl to tho criticisms of mf Mr MrCannon MrCannoim ft 1
Cannon and drew frequent applause applausennd apmauseanti e eRll1
anti laughter as he loosed his shaft of ofsarcasm otnrcnsm f frcasmn
sarcasm at the chairman of the nupio nupioprlatlon 111110rlatlon apmanriation
prlatlon committee committeeMr
Mr Hepburn wild Mr Cannon anuomm p < > < l lns
ns a business man In nil yet he wantel to topay topay topay
pay J40000000 for something HIP torn tornmission iorr iorrmission omI1IlslIlol
mission Mild was worth 27000000 Ho Hostated H Hslated liesuited
stated that Il was rlS rumored th < Mil Milwould ltlsmould I
would have been roliRh eledltiR In II tim timother u uother nother 1
other body but he sold tho moral moralfeet p pfeet
feet of passing ll1U1 lng the bill by llmA llmAunanimous a1metunanimous nlin Rt Rtunanimous I
unanimous vote In the House would wouldbe
be immaterial materlnlClcnernl matlJrlnlGeneml immaterialheneriml fl
Clcnernl debate on 9 tho lilll 1 lIcloI closed l nt nt346nm I IIn
346nm In 1 hi and thtihthe tl1011 time bill wapi wallrellt Wam matl matlfor < ail ailfor I Itor
for amendment under the theTh fio flvoininuto flvoininutorule mlnule t tn t1h
n rule
Th Shackclford amendment was do dofealid defemtid o ofenld
fealid 102 to 170
Tragic Termination of the Career of James 0 Woolwine the theYoung theYoung i iYoung
Young Railroad Man Who Was Hurt in inYesterdays InYesterdays InYesterdays
Yesterdays Wreck
ho would oulll see e 41 her yoitarday YOlt n1ay morning
limo Will very happy over his proac proactive mrosp < ¬
tile tit aiming and awaited his arrlvil arrlvilwith IIrrlmwith ttrrivttwith
with nil the anticipation of a brldato brldatobe r
be beHe
He was late but the thought little of ofthat otthat ofthat
that knowing that delays are a part of ofthe oCthl oftime
the lives of railroad men After a time timeehe timeshe tltitoelm
she elm heard from him and then went to tothe llthe tothe
the hospital to see him The meeting meetingwas
was u very sorrowful one but they bOll bOllbravIJly It Itbravuly Itbravely
bravely faced the Invader death us usho 111ho asIto
ho gradually pressed prellll ll Ills claims for th thlife tim Ihulife timlife
life of the stalwart young lover until untilsix untilsix untilsix
six oclock this morning when hln his light lightwent lightVellt lightivent
went out forever orev8r in mortality
The deceased came to Utah from Yli YliKlnln It Itginin
Klnln two or three years ago < ia iathither 1 1thithmor
thither his remains will be forward orwarddfor d dfor
for burial He recently resided In Halt HaltLake 8uitLake
Lake and Is well spoken of 4
that other sections ot the state as sia siabig nnv nnving
big the most accessible pntrunceK into intothe intothe
the much talked of district it re reinalned tonmnitmed
inalned for or the P I X tompuir i ichow Ialmmi >
chow that they had after all time im c cfeaiilble Sfeasible
feasible approachwi to Tliund r Moun Mountain Meuittaln ¬
tain Producing the map Mr HaI HaIpointed lIdlpointed
pointed out that from roam Couuri the t tt ttminus < i iminus
minus ot the railroad towards the iimnorth thenorth
north there was a good wagon run rtat rtateightynyc I Ieightyfive
eightyfive miles to Warren and fn frm frmtiience u uthence
thence to Thunder Mountain It Is fcrt fcrtsix rerty rertysix >
six miles with two summits 10 croai n ntotal atotal
total of 111 miles Mr Hall said This Thisroute rhjsmomite
route Is traveled by all going into in incountiy t teountmy
countiy prior to the first of June an I IIs IIs
Is ope th tlirty rty to forty day eai earlier Her 11 n nother
other trails By using cut off trull tratitime < j jthe
the total distance Is reducul to nln nineti ninetitwo < h htwo <
two mllw mllwMr nmIluMr
Mr Hall expressed Uoiiiit about the ihoShort theShort
Short Line building Into the dlslrkt dlslrktfrom distrItcoin
from coin Mackay Sold He I1 Time Thumlir ThumlirMountain rhmmtmrMoutmtaii
Mountain milieu are a fr mre j millr millrproposition miiImpropoitlon
proposition so that no ore Is hnulid hnulidout haui1out
out and the precious mviolft are > a aileti n nHdl
Hdl out in bullion which iiqulnM vi verY verYlittle t v vllttlfl
little carriage farllltioH ft to > it would wouldnot woultimut
not pay the Short Lute poi p0110 p to bulij bulijunleca btmlljunless
unless there wtn w u an onormouj jmrali jmralitton ZpuiLtton
tton ui there vhlrh does me yet yetlit > et f flit
lit Mr hail said Ws company had nut nutoHcWtd tntthcitd
oHcWtd whethe 10 build 3 the Sen SenDevil SetmDcviii
Devil from Council or to go til tilredly direetly
redly north through the big > timber timbertrams mirntertracts
trams or to take a third coot < > that was wascptn wasopt
cptn opt a to them themLATErLOCALS itemLATELOGALS
The body of the thebite late W O Jackson Jacknonwill Jacksonwill
will not leave the city on Hi long jour jovirwlll jourtilh
wlll not leave the city on its long east eastern eastera ¬
era Journey before Saturday at the theearliest J Jcarlleit
earliest No arrangements will bo bonude hotimid
nude until the arrival of Mr George GeoreaMaaon GeorgeMasoim
Maaon from Chicago Mr Mason was wasexpected wasexpected
expected to reach the fltv tt title inorn inornInr mnorrting
Inr but will be a day la iser or It Itlbl is i islbh
lbl that the body of the young nf nfCannon fleas fleasCammmmon
Cannon and rew frequent applause applnusohome applausehmome
home In Omaha OmahaA
A down or more prominent To Topeople Toci Tocipeople
people will return to their homes with withthe withthe
the conviction that the Taberna 1abernalorgan < I Iorimn
organ in the greatest Instrument the theever thrm thrmever
ever heard The fact In that Is jut juiwhat jutwimat
what they said They had the prlvlleR prlvlleRof
of listening to It for a period of three threequatera threequaters
quatera of an hour last evening with withProf withFrot
Prof McClcllan at the key

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