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Jan 14 114t A Ai pet petthe
ihlnrton lnr D 1 < C Jln < HA pet
a circulated among the mem memot memtOG memUoA
tOG UoA IUthe W i House this morning foita for torbrl forters
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brl ters against t tn a atheir
their ta Ignt gn ture I protesting rotestng a
eo Cuban sugar sugarboM 8ucarruetQn
tariff on aflULIfl
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ruetQn t1 Utah Colorado Cnl Cnlond Cnlrber
hncmber boM from ron I
ble rber state statepetition ntitestfroI3
ond fli d other beet ugar 81ltch 81ltchU
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rla petition will be presented presentedmeans Ilrcsentcllleda 1re5ente1ijied
leda 1ijied ai elnd I1 petlOn means wi committee cOlmltee und undIt andto antiWM
to lh e ed It 1 will wi have 11m iao a great deal dealany dell dellII dealr11
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I bel any serious ra rathe reII ¬
II cton efedthl efedthltPWIIIIJur I IIndUt tPWIIIIJur teventng the beet r11 r11ndttrY i sUI r rcton
WMl IndUt IndUtOI ndttrY OBB OI MASH PAPERS PAPERSCongressman PAIJEIS PAIJEISCongrcumnn PAIm1scasnan
Sutherland has to toLi roo roohed
Congressman Congr casnan Iutherlnml
Li a WW leleKrnm m from Vernnl saying 8aylnI sayingpoperH y
Stiddltlonal I hed papers tot the TJIntohnineral TJIntoh Untuh Untuhtb illntuht illntuheergI i
tb t I addltonnl been forwarded t rwafled to toi toIlnera toa towhich
nineral eergI I case have hCve ccl
a caa
Ilnera They TheyirS Theylvo
i U aou aoutlU which llleh are lre Important
irS tlU II strive arrlo lvo In a I feY days daysilR8 uayplRe dayS1R
ilR8 lRe 1R HOWIES 10LIES ARRIVES ARRIVESMn
Mn fri I Holmes of Bait alt Lake Is here hereUTAH heroUTAH hereUTAU
UTAH PATENT PATENTThoe lATENl lATENlTbu
have been Issued from fromCROP tromIbM fromCarigren
These Tbu patents hlo
IbM n lrW Carlgren East 11 11t 11ANGE Mill MillOAN
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OAN ANGE E CROP CROPOF
OF CALIFORNIA CALIFORNIAloj CALFORNIA CALFORNIALs
loj Angeles Cal Jan 14Tho tot folloKii tol10Ig totlowti
Ls Is Isaato Isladt isnadsbi
loKii luramary of the orango crop
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aato ladt nadsbi by th the Express ExpressSouthern ExpressSoulher ExproSsEonthtra
Southern Soulher California Cnlornla will wi ship a a total totald
d I 2JWO 2 O car of citrus ctrus fruit during tho thojwcnt thorrent theresent
jwcnt rrent resent season The new crop Is ex expected exJcled ox3ected ¬
pected Jcled to fall tnl short moro than tour fourthousand tourthoUland tourtbosand
thousand cars of tho output last year yeartto yeurht yourlbs
lbs ht estimated etmale shipment of vegetables vegetablesi1l I
i1l U anreto 2000 200 cars Tho figures figureser lIguresluole Ilgureaquote4
luole quote4 were er gathered gnthercl by tho trans transcontinental transontInentl ¬ i ic
continental c ntnnta railroad ralfal companies cOlpanlei with withlieaiiiurters withlieaqurtrs I Il11luarttrsln
and are uroConsisted nretonl areconured
lieaiiiurters l11luarttrsln In Los Angeles lceles
Consisted tonl ere reliable reliableFrost relnble relnbleFrll reliableFrost
Frost Frll las ha not damaged oranges up to toI toIhl tothis
I UU Ihl time tme but the th new crop crOl of summer summerJ sutmor sutmorlemoM summerlernonu
J Itmonj wM vOuI be short Lust Itst season seasontie seulon seulonthe
the total toillehipments elements aggregated Uglcglted 24531 24531tarioltitw 2 2431eats f31 f31mHI
tarioltitw mHI eats ot tlUllrlts LItres fruits Oranges Oralges this year yearire
ire mailer lalerl In else I e n fact to which whichi whichIarly whIchaarly
i uly all al ot the Shortage is stated to tol tudue
l L due Shipments hllnent8 of tho new crop cropla
10 Saturday irrigated rgr satCl 3233 cars as asagainst tS tSag4DII usagua
against agua VMctrs 3 clr cars for tho same snle time tmo lust lustjw IUlt IUltrtar lusttar
jw tar The Ttenew tew crop crp Is of a I superior superiorc Hup rlor rlorIaly
V c Ialy itilty airf ad the acreage this year Is Isthi h1Ihl Istill
till wrjest large In the history of tfco Indus Industir Inlls Inllstl1ln
tir tl1ln t i In this Ibl jectlon secton Present prices are arocounted uroconJded areC311hIeted
counted conJded fairly high hilh with wih Indications Indicationsi Indlcatol
f tji i an excellent eclent market marketMIMAS marketjL narketlLMA4
MIMAS jL IA IHOGHAM IHOGHAMI
I Will fn riii Introdnce Introi000HystcIu Hjstem I of tr Compul Compulor Compllofl
or ofl iicnicntury Jemeltlry IJducntlon IJducntlonVork lMlcalol lMlcalolQ
< Q a York ork Jan Jln 14Tho ITho Journal and andwii nndArtlal andAr
Artlal Ar V wii publUhr pUblshe the educational educationalIT educlton 1 1tJlam
tJlam etat ot IT T j Estrada slrall Palma the pros prost prcsIeled
Ieled I eiet t of cuba Mr r Palma lalma In his hiscayn hisIelen hisC I
Ielen C teIUtnt cayn cayntolng 88 88Arr ti1sCgh
Arr tolng lngthnt ing that the future prospects prospectsfu
tru fu fcopj h 1 of my country depend upon uponun UPII
I It un of t education eduraUon I state follow followU
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U I L > Ui jJ I think of tho subject subjectiMns subjectIJtlnl subject4rlng
IJtlnl iMns the poor oor condition of tho
PJr pJ sihohi ale In Cuba Cuba during tho theI
> MIU lli leLt aaminlRtratlon ndnnlstraton with that thatPI thlt
S h PI llAi i 4tlh today after three years yearsrun
t lklnn IflIIVOfl > run r lr tho Improvement Is
k I T rAllhat 4i t that wo cannot calnot but thank the thoMII
b AI MII il 511 government g verment for It I I think thinkin
u t t Umt ltho the whole system needs
in nl h n HI 51j u that th hi work of educa educl
II i
cuii become practically moro elll elllm elllh8
pfnctcnl mOo
I the h8 llbai1 lb 1 pc people ° P1 A system el of ofr
m
1IDol i19t1tlKtl0n instruction carried out with withb
r 1rn VJ i fl wih
hoi oiin under
a compulsory compulsoryhi
b t fur tI f 1 kit asa art Ctth I
I ono of the Cu Cut
hi taii ii i J i I ll Ii ta tundamcllal tunhamental un > niental basis for forto
t Jkng rllirns I rn fully fuly acquainted Icqualnted with withsf
to wih
teir sf cllbe X th Igw eig ana their duties dutes It Is one onet
rl rIati2St al 8t t obligations lgaton of tho Cu
higI I ri eininpnt Im nt to dispel the Ignorance
IMlfttnaoJthc r onp on tl End 01 Ihe th island to the oth
Ihh vhiit M8 m i prevailed prcVled for centuries
uie Ie and to distribute conscientiously
i Vi Ioral floral brad 01 ad of instruction conscientoU81y and
Instructon
twlt 4ekde e in th gengrl ral
1 thf gen genorl system stcm of
liniery x lli RttQ 11 I Momentary education cducllon both bothembraced
xr nr Cle qualy qually embraced embrced nnd the theo
flts
hl i fll o or It ought to bo o extended extended to toand
Inm111 ifltfllt9 of the Jails and
the theHalu als asylums asylumsjnlng asylumsr
r Halu I e purpot lrpo of Itllning attaining jnlng the best bcstI
I c ne need d to keep keepthe ourHohes hi
cc e P ntQt t i L with the 18 league cduca cducactrTr II
teaal wih UJi >
naJ 5l i lmmtmtutes Hules lealo elucn
ctrTr Othj 11 of f limo United Unied States stateJi
r
Ji c J Ol1fr nf 0 untrlM which are at the thot thea theViVILntIo
Wof t a ttr tV Of ViVILntIo f hlton 110 In this thll Important Importantt pSrtint pSrtintmrirwi
t Yetr OUr < mrirwi oUrsr qmrs T lomo some r regular ° visits Isls
to those h Institutions nstt tlons is H
Instutons II
th
bO lst 11 St ways ar8 to keep In touch touchProvements touchI
I hi5 QuIt Itltln numern Improverelts Improvements Provements In pub Ilubp IlubQuIt nubhi5
I p Ion ff Ile8lles leslles the proper popor In Inla Ind inIETI
oT
d IETI orI111 dd to the Cuban chill chillin
It Is p chl
la laten InEr V I 1 Iplnlon that moral touch touchto teuchrnd
lau rnd e a Rn Rncral < al fonso RISO wlthout des dest
g to dtl
u I t1 g t a special th al worship ought to tohth totecmN
to of the
ten tecmN Public school
hth pUblc sys sysTO SY8TO sysTO
TO i MIT HTJSTR HTJSTRanBler ISTR ISTRcot
anBler Cn cot t of otMako rt
31ke Mako a fiintpincnt Slatrlent StatelnemitwVT0rk tellartlclt
Nw wVT0rk y or k Jan
Jln HThe
nt If manage managefn
th the e
lul h1u ort deprtment depart ot the theIng thecg
a
Pantmertcan Amerl
Ing cg I n I an eXJoslton exposItion hay havtJ hayrIr
tJ rIr I M rrI CtlUclle ertcizej 1 1jthi > 11 In Bu
10 r h nurlpl flIria h 1auee nu ot the jldl jild
rlmn C d hr the aWlrlls Wllal Whiliani C
AMe Ir of nfl orts
fnp ot the there
rtn n haM
t re 1 n laI madt HIP th folowing following statl state statePu 111
Pu hl h IVfl n attnek4
I I on r u lruIflrs Itacke because becuso > < > we wehI e efor
hI rutarl a request for
fn r I J n a nllmt aI
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t I fl VV V In raso
1 V VV I J V Ilerol11 Ilerol11u iersons iersonsms
that
thlt
thty deirj their
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Crl rrly r rllim elnim I Is mnle made that llmtar
1 frfjm JeVPIH IUrflhean
rJm lufan ar arm
ra t V vf 4 JanserInl j m nIIItg In their names The The11rr
t VUrry h w ww tflM 8R ut u On the circulate
11rr Y tlrclar
wpta fPR i
w h ho d1th po that we coukt coukt54r
a r 54r Ir Iras Teas as pent nt or ott to the cu1 right rightth
r r Ih d dipIImea rprll came IN a Inll iatt M n
lUll husm tmiip h snt 0 lloll oul be sent sentn
n t tVtItV l COUI 5 Po the Eimg
a1 am thi I a dal damm invitatiomi 1 al
Inlllol
al tr t F1 pt for a replr re I 11 11al
al 1 tho I buYing ot med
wi only lay thot
Creek animal nnlmll trap trapIdahoConrad trapMahoConlul trapJdnhioConmatl
IdahoConrad MahoConlul 74wlol wlcl wIckl < Ql anti I IJ P PQiunbaum POlllbamn Pam
Qiunbaum Olllbamn am Dolsc 1olsc nonremovable bung bungTO bUlG hungTO
TO 0 RKTIHH m Tm PARSON PARSONSenator IJAHfON IJAHfONSenntor 1A1tSOSenntor
Senntor Kearns carnf line introduced a I bill billplacing bi billplacing
placing Captain Cllltnin W 1 S Parson lalSOI on 01 the th re retired I Itred intired ¬
pluclll tired list of the tinny urm with th tll rank nt ntcaptain lt ltcnlltnln ofcaptain
captain tred lst A similar slnlnr bill bi was introduced introduceda Introdulll IntrodulllJ
J luau a man lal week Ioek Sutherland SutherlandFOR ago IlO in 11 tho House 1ouso by Iy Congress Congressman CQngressluau ¬ I
FOR I On LAND STATUS STATUSBrnntor BTATESenutor S SSrnltor
Brnntor Dubois of Idaho has his Intro Introduced InlroIuccl Introduecil ¬
Srnltor
duced a bill to enable public Iluhlc land Innllltltll Innllltltllto Btnt Btntto btntee btnteeto
Iuccl to select hi lands lan s11 In lieu Icu of nchool Ichool sections sectionsFAVORABLE sololI sololIPA sections1AVOltAIhI4t
FAVORABLE PA VOlAUE TO BURNS BURNSThe nUINH nUINHTho 1311INHthe
The Senate Senlto committee commitee on military mltaly at affairs attlir atfairs ¬
fairs reported favorably on Senator SenatorHuwllns Helnlor HelnlorHnwln SenatorItawlins
Huwllns tlir bill for the rellnf of Major Kd Kdward lt 11ward
ward Hnwln Burns Burn bi o ot Bait lellC Lake LakeAWAITING IakeAWAITINO LakeMVAITINO
AWAITING AdHBKMHNT AdHBKMHNTSenator A Ac1ItInMlwrSanutor < m11 MI Nr NrSenalor
Senator Ilawllns Hawlnf today tollY received rccllvpd a aletter I aletter
letter from tho uah Utah University UIICrllty USK USKIng uskInl uskJug
Jug for Inforniatlo nabout bill hi whl whlIs ViiiVIs hl hlII
Is Inl to grant luformlto additional land 11M adjoin adjoining adjoinInJ adjoinlug ¬
II aldltonl1
lug the University Unlvelsly Mr Rawllns nl wls hos hosreplied hosrflJlul liesreplicti
InJ replied that ho Is If waiting wallm until ulll on onagreomrnt tn tnagreolrnt cmiugrecincut
agreomrnt agreolrnt rflJlul between betweel them and unit tho th brand brandArmy Grlll GruntMmny
Army people who want w nt land for a I cem cemetery cemetery ceniotery ¬
etery line IR been readied reched Until Unt then no noaction noctan noictIOn
action ctan Will wi be taken takenI
I have been all ni through a Paris exhibi exhibition exhlblton oximibitiomi ¬
tion nut Ind I know knowovcrboty everybody known knownthat knowHtha knowsthat
that ton t gold nnd nll silver Ilver medals tedl 11 are lre never nevergiven nvur nvurgiven miovurgiven
given tree anywhere and never will wi be beA beA heA
A gold medal costs about 150 a silver silvermedal sllvormuedul lor lorINJnl
medal INJnl 5 When nn n exhibition exhlbltol Is Isawarding hil isawarding
awarding l wnrllng hundreds of medals medl I common commonsenso commonHenso commonsense
sense would teach a i man not to expect expecta
a t gold gO ll or silver slver medal ncdnlllvel 1 given him hln What Whatwan Whltwal Whatwas
wan wal done dOle In Paris Inrls mid elsewhere wa wato wnl wail wailto
to give a bronze medal to all al throe threoclasses throeclasles threeclasseS
classes clasles nllko alo 1 and lot the tle gold Kolt and eli silver 81 elivor ¬
ver men buy their medals If I they thtY want wanted wanted wanted
ed to I admit that we did not nt give clvaawiiy 111 111IWUY giveavnty
awiiy IWUY even vcti tho bronze ones They Theywere Tiey Tieywere Theywere
were not given away Iwn In any un depart department departmerit epnrtment ¬
ment of the exposition oXollton That was WiS bo bocause buclUse hocause
cause the panAmerican was baukrupt baukruptand baukrutnnl
clUse and utit could cOlhl not do It It I foots heavily heavilywhen heaviy heaviywhen heavilywhen
when nnl there are hundreds of medals medalsThat Icllals Icllalsrmt medalsThat
all tho ground for forcriticism forcriticism
That rmt Is absolutely ni tlr tlrcrllclHm
criticism und tho artists have no 10 moro mororight mororlht moreright
crllclHm right to muko It than artsta any other class classof CIH CIHot
of exhibitors exhlblorl Only a 1 few of tho thoAmerican thoArerlenn tim timMacrican
American Arerlenn artists have hlve complained but hutthey butthcy butthey
they were inexperienced ones not 10t fa familiar famIlar tttimmliiar ¬
miliar mIlar with > expositions exposions anti anl they theythought thy thythought theythought
thought II a 150 gold medal relal wan Wn coming comingto comlnl
to thorn thel by tho next express expressAro expressAro expressAce
Aro Aflcr Btntcliood BtntclioodChicago RtRtcllool tatahiooiiChingo
Chicago Jan 14 14 14Governor Governor ovornor N 0 0Murphy OMurhY 0Murphy
Murphy MurhY of Arizona Arlronals Is In Chicago on his hiswjy hIsWIY tilewty
wjy to Now York Thence ho goes to to1Washington toWasllll toWashingiun
WIY Washington Wasllll lun Governor Oov rtor Otero of ro New NewMexico Ne1 NewMexico
Mexico Iexlc Is already there and the two twounitedly twoInltelly twounitedly
unitedly Inltelly will wi urge UlfO the admission of oftheir orthflr oftheir
their thflr territories Icrrlorlc as al states statesGovernor stntesOoveror statesGovernor
Governor Ooveror Murphy said saidVo soldWo saidVo
Vo nio entitled cnltcll to statehood 8tltehoo1 and andthe amIthe cmlthe
the privilege IJIlvlcgo of ruling Iulng ourselves We Wehave Wohnv Wehave
have not so great g clt a Spanish popula population II0pultOI populatiotm ¬
tion tOI as New No Mexico Our Mormons Mormonsnumber Morlons Morlonsnumber Mormonsnumber
number only 12000 and 111 they are thrlt thrltty Hul tlmrittI
ty solid fold farmers larmetl They no longer 10lger prac practice prat nraetico ¬
tice tct polygamy JOlnf t and they are among amon tht thtbest thl thubest >
best citizens citzens wo have haveMillionaire havclllnnnlro V V1iliionmIru
Millionaire lllnnnlro Dead DeadSt
St Joseph Mo 10 Jan 14 HEmeRt HEmeRtJlndsay 14ErnestLindsay Ernest ErnestLindsay
Lindsay who entered ontec Upon a mercantile mercantilecareer lorcaltlo lorcaltlocttclr muorcantliecareer
career cttclr In St Joseph In 1SCS and who whosubsequently whosubsequently
subsequently 8ubscqutnty became a 1 banker and nd cap capitalist callItnlsl capititlist ¬
italist Itnlsl dlod tlolllcult last night from tuberculosis tuberculosisof
of time bowels Ho 10 leaves an estate eltalo es estimated eRtmated eetimetted ¬
timated tmated ut about 1000000 Mr ll Lint Llmlnay LIII LIII8ay Lintnay
nay was a a native nlve nativof of North Carolina Curolna and andtook unl amidtook
took a I prominent pr mlnent part Ilrt In tho civil c1 war waron wlr wlron waron
on the Confederate side Ho le was a di director dlrector director ¬
rector In the St St Joseph Jo eh Stock < Yards Yardscompany YardscOl Yardscompany
ests company cOl lny and held many lalY other Inter Interests tnlerests interests ¬
ItRprcjontnlivcft nt Coronation CoronationWashington COIounton COIountonWushlngton Com oimntion oimntionWashington
Washington Jan Jln 14 HTho Tho secretary secretaryof
of state today tOlla announced unlounced tho names of ofthe otthe oftime
the following COlowlng persons Jlcr80nf who arc to be bespecial hospecal bespecial
special specal representatives rOllrsonlalvc of the United UnitedStates Unlell Unlellfntes VattedSuites
States at lt the cpronatlon coronaton of King Ed Edward Ellward Edvard ¬
ward wardSpecial wardSpecial vardSpecial
Special ambassador nlbnlator Whltclaw Reid Reidat nehlot Reidof
at New York repiesentntlvo leploscntatvo of 0 the theUnited IheUnited tuetinited
United States Stltes army ri General Generl James JumesWison H HWilson ItWilson
Wilson Wison of Delaware representative rcpresentutho of oflho ofthe C Ctho
the United States navy nv > Capt Charles CharlesB
B I Clark commander of tho battleship battleshipOregon bnteshlll bnteshlllOregon battleshipOregon
Oregon during durllg time Spanish Slanlsh American Americanwar Alurlcur
war and now tovernor avernor ot the th naval navalhome navl navlhomo navalhionme
home at Philadelphia PhiladelphiaThere Ihlldelphis
There are ar to be three secretaries Herretnrlfs a afollows U Utolow asfohiowet
follows followsJ tolow tolowJ J I Morgan Jr son of J Plerpont PlerpontMorgan PierpontMorgnn PlerpontMorgan
Morgan of New N w York Edmunl Edmul 1 Lincoln LincolnIlnyllci 1lncolnInles Lincoln11a3liei
Ilnyllci Inles a 1 barrister blrrlster of New York nnd nndWm alll alllWm ant antm
Wm m Wetmoro son of Senator SenD tor Wet Wetmore Wetmore Setmore
more of Rhode lhode Island IslandIlx Islandx IslandIIx
Ilx x Must Jnlt Come ComeLondon ComoI0110n ConmieLondon
London I0110n Jan 14 HTho Tho court of the theKings tUI tUIJlngs timeCinge
Kings Bench 1ench today refused to grant granttho KrUnthe grantthe
the appeal uppen of H Hi i John Dlx whoso whosoextradition who whocxtrnl1ton whoseextradition
extradition cxtrnl1ton to the United State was wasgranted minegranted 8
granted some 1010 tlmo tmo ago on the charge chargeHuhloj chnrgeRohllf chargeHubby
Hubby Rohllf on 01 time Hook HookSavannah Huok8nn1 IlnitikSavrnmnah
Savannah 8nn1 Oa Jan 14 HWhon Whim flcar flcarAdmiral c 110crAdmiral ur urAdllrni
Adllrni Admiral Sohley Was US questioned Ijustond In refer reference IItar IItarenco referonce ¬
of Ms endow endownent omidorsmeat
once to the statement Itatoment eJdorM eJdorM10nt
meat 10nt of tho thl th forthcoming forthcomlnE book on onSchley onSchhnnl1 onSchmhey
Schley Schhnnl1 and Santiago SuntnOIy by George Ed Edvard EdwnIOraham Edwaril
vard wnIOraham Graham he said saidI 111
SI I have seen tile tle proofs of Graham Grahambook Ornhombook Orahambook
book it I IB 11 tho authors book nnd Inll was wasivrjtten waswritten 1 1writen
written at his Ils own pleasure My con connection conncclhm connectiuu ¬
nection writen with wih It had to do only eJly with withreading withrending withreading
reading over at Grahams Grahnml request requestwhatever requeslwhntlor reqUestwhatever
whntlor whatever in the book had reference re rlno to tostatements totlteaelts tostatements
statements tlteaelts of fact As regards r th thBantlngp 1M 1MSantago theSantiago
Santiago Santago light lght no one on was bettor Ictor fire firepared III nrapared
pared to write the history of that bat battle hatte batthe ¬
the than Graham wrle Ho le was there in the thethick Ihothick liethick
te thick tll of It I So far ns reading readlnl the thl hook boakwas ho hookivas k kwns
was concerned I passed passEt only on Its Itsstatements I itsstatements
st statements of fact tuct These hes statements statementsiro staterent staterentarl
are arl true They make up the th story tlor of oftho oftho oftime
tho fight as It occurred occurredAfl
Aft Al to GrahamSobject occurre In wrltlnf wrlln the thebook thebook timebook
book as 1 to his champlonnhlp chlulplonthlp at f me anti nndis Inll Inllas antias
as to his cricisms criticisms I had nothing nothinG to tolo toito
lo or say 8a V VV VNational V
National Natolnl Tcmpcrnlurp TcmpcrnlurpChicago 1crpcralurlChlcngo TcmmmperaturtChicago
Chicago Jan 14 Temperature UTerp mtlrM nt 7 7i Ta 1a
a i m New York IS Boston M Phlla Phllalolphln 1hln Phuiadolphin
dolphin 22 Washington Wnhlngton 33 Chicago Ollcl
22 2 Mlnncapolls18 1ne hlnne polis18 ols8 Cincinnati Clnclnlmt 2J tft tftLouis St t tLouis
Luis Louis 30 V Vlot i iOot
Oot nn nnVlnJIvostock I iseImnmgc iseImnmgcVladiv Jchnnle JchnnleVIldlv03tock
VlnJIvostock VIldlv03tock Vladiv stock Eastern Siberia Sibii Jan Jln JlnHA Jan14A
HA 14 A stock exchange was Wil Inaugurated Inauguratediera InuUgurnttlllere
llere iera today It I Is l expected that this will willionsldcrobly wi mviiiconsiderably
oXlectM
considerably enhance tho Importance Importlnce of ofhe otthe ofthe
the town own
EXPLOSION KILLS KILLSTEN KILLSTEN KILLSTENOOAI
TEN TENOOAI NCOAL COAL MINERS MINERSVictims MINERSVictms
Victims Victms Wore Probably Smothered SmotheredBy
By tho After Afer Damp DampNONE DnmpNONE Damp1NONE
NONE OF THEM BURNED UUKNEDtonillllon lUtNED lUtNEDCondlhm BURNEDCuimdttiomi
tonillllon Condlhm orpine or 1111 indlcaCei that Jlcn JlcnCould 1111 1111CluldlnVo IliomiCould
Could CluldlnVo Have litcupeahliufl UCIIJodHhur uuil uuilUninjured uni uuttiMvhImiery
IJchluery iMvhImiery Uninjured UninjuredSouth IiimiujuredSouth UninjuredSouth
South McCalestcr I T Jan 14Ten 14Tenminers HTenIlner 14Tennmimmere
miners Ilner lost their lives lves In the explosion explosionyesterday explosionyestorday explosionyesterday
yesterday evening In Mine Milo No 3 of oftho otthe ofthe
the Mllby Miby and all Dow Mining company companyat COIIaIY COIIaIYat
at Dow I T Tho victims victimsJack vlctml vietimnsJack
Jack McCoy V Vv
W V P I Keith KeithP Jclli
1 13 P I Farhurst FarhurstK Flrhurst FlrhurstB V
K M Prlchard Prlchardllert lrlcharl lrieitardhoyt
llert Icrt Qutlln QutllnJohn Ollin OllinJohn UntlinJohn
John Doininas DoininasThomas IonJlas IonJlas1hulns hhemnmnmasThomnas
Thomas 1hulns lllua llluaJohn Jua IliumJohmm
John llluii llluiiM lul iliumM
M 1 U 1 Dow DowJohn DowJohn DowJoimni
John Ucattlo UcattloThe Beuttlofhe l3cattlerime V
The ten men ren who lost 10lt their tllr lives liveswcro lyes lyesCIO liveswere
were CIO the only poisons In II tho lIlt and andnone
none 1010 wus left loC to tell tel the story toIY All Alltho Al Althe
the bodies voru recovered Iecovored and as u none nonevun noneWil nonesylta
vun Wil burned the conclusion COlelU810111 Is that death deathwas denthIS deathimas
was IS duo dUl to nftcrilainp ateNlul The explosion explosiondid explosiondil
did dil not 10t Injury the shaft haf which Is a anow 1 itmmow
now one and Illlhe am the Ire 111 that followed folowed was wasput WIS WISIlut wasput
put out olt before It I did much damage damagePROMPT dalage dalagelnOMll tiamnugeIrtOMlil
PROMPT lnOMll WOUK WOUKThe WOlK WOlK1he WOItICThe
The 1he sound of the explosion was IS heard heardplainly henrl imeartipluinmiy
plainly lllnl above Iboo ground and rescuers were wereat wel welnt weruat
at work promptly promllty Tho explosion oc occurred occured oceurred ¬
curred cured at a depth of 210 feet t t Time ma machlnery mnchlnery innchinery
chlnery was M not Injured by the explo explosion eXllloIon explosiomi ¬
Ion and miners working at the mouth mouthof louth louthof
safe of the pit lIl descended as soon 8001 as lS It wan wansafe WUI wasante
MIGHT 110n HAVE ESCAPED ESCAPEDThe ESCAPD ESCAPDfhe ESCAPEITime
The condition conlltol of tho mine min Indicates Indicatesthat Indlcatosthat Indicatesthat
that the men mel might have made their theirescape thei beltescape
escape The bodies bodl B were found within withina
a comparatively comlratvelY small mal radius The flro flrowas lra lrawa flrovas
was put out before It I had reached any anyof an anot anyof
of them and the last man Wad Wa brought broughtto blQughtto
to the surface before midnight midnightThe
The victims victms have been In the employ employof
of the company com llY for or some time tmo and most mostof mostof mostof
of them were w le men of families familiesTUB famiies famiiesHE familIesTIlE
TUB HE COMPANY COMPANYTho COMPANYTime
Tho Mllby Miby Dow Mining 11rhig company companywhich companywhich companywhmicim
which owns the shaft shaf Is one o of tho thoheaviest thoheaviest timeheaviest
heaviest operators In the Choctaw Na Nation Ni Nation ¬
tion ton The he pilnclpal stockholders ore tiroA lre lreA oreA
A Dow of Houton Texas ind John JohnMllby JohnMiby JohnMilby
Mllby Miby of Dalian nanl Texas exns They operate operatemines operte opertemines operatemoines
mines at Dow Qowen and Hartshorne HartshorneMine Inrtshorle InrtshorleMine ilartshurmmeMIne
Mine No 9 at It which the explosion oc occurred occurred cccurred ¬
curred had hll not yet been thoroughly thoroughlyopened thoroughlyollened thoroughlyopened
opened and It I had hal no lire fra Inspector InspectorExperienced Insjoctl InsjoctlJ InaimectomExperienced
Experienced J ruining IlnlnK men marvel that thatthe thntthe thatthe
the gas should shoull have accumulated ncumuluted In InsulHclent II iiisufficient
sufficient sulclent quantity quanty In a new mine to tocauto tocauso tocause
cause such a I disastrous dlslstrous explosion explosionCorpse cxploslonCorlllo explosionCorpse
Corpse of n 1 Frlcntl FrlcntlChicago IrlcmI IrlcmIChltngo VriondChicago
Chicago Jdn Jal U 1ln 14In In tho body of ofWarren ofWarren ofWarren
Warren Lincoln Qctchell Oetchl which has hasbeen hMb hasbeen
been b on lying In tho county morgue mprJUe for forseveral torsoyornl foraevernl
several days County Commissioner CommissionerOrgan CommissionerOrgnn CommissionerOrgan
Organ hUB Identified Identled the person ot a aformer a afornmer
former filcnd whose father tn ther Is 1 a wealthy wealthymanufacturer wealhy wealhynlluructurcr wealthynmmantmfncturer
manufacturer nlluructurcr In Cincinnati Clnelnnl Qctchell Qctchellat Oetchel
at ono time Was aH secretary of the hues HUSBmun JUSI huesmull
mull 1111 Crucible Cruclllo tme Co with olllces olces In tho thoMonadnocic tholonadnoci timeMonadniocic
Monadnocic lonadnoci building buildingSister buiding buidingSllter buildingSister
Sister Sllter Maurice MauriceTerro MauriceTerre ulrlne ulrlneIO
Terre IO Haute Iuute Inn J n Jan 14 ItSister ItSisterJuurlc 14SisterMaurIce Sister SisterMaurice
Maurice Juurlc < for flftynvo tyfo years a member memberof
of the community communiy of sisters of provi providence provlInco provihence ¬
hence Inco rt It St ft t Marys lurs of theWoods the Voods In Inthis II iiititle
this city the mother home of the or order orer orthor ¬
thor er In II HIP United tmted States Is dead dtad at the thoago timeago
ago of 72 i years She has been at the thehead th thhpul timehemi
110 head hpul ot thu department of literature literatureart Itertule ItertuleIrt
art Irt and an science Bcl ICe In the girls college collegeconducted colegc colegcc cohiegeconducted
conducted c Iuetd in connection connecton with wih St StMnrya StnrY StItinrys
Mnrya nrY for half hlit a century Her ler name nameWIIH minniesvits
WIIH 11 Madeline 111101ne Schnell Schnel and she was wasborn wal wasborim
born IJor on I ho Rhine being brought to toIndiana toIndlnnn tolndtana
Indiana when a child chid and entering St StMarys SlMnl ScMaiys
Marys Mnl 1 about the time tmo It wan wal opened by bytho bythu bythe
the pix sisters r1ttrs who came from Prance Pranceto
to founa the order orderCKVSUS orderOmRUH orderCESUt4
CKVSUS CKVSUSIndicates nUIJI iUIjliITiN iUIjliITiNIimdiciitcs TI TIIluJcltcs
Indicates IluJcltcs Increase lcreRsr imicrensein In Population In InWest Incst Incst
West cst anti Summit HoiitliWashington BOIII SummitWashington
Washington Jan 14 HThe Tho director of oftho ottho ofthe
tho census announced today the per percentage percentago er ercentage ¬
centage of Increase o of population Iioluloton In Indifferent InIferent indifferent
different Iferent parts of tho country showing showingfor
for the last 1J8t decade a a rapid decrease decreasefrom decrensetrom decreasefrom
from previous rate of growth of popu population POIII POIIIluton pimitmmlation ¬
luton lation In the West a less marked mnrled but hutdecided buteclded butdecided
decided decrease eelcusl In tho North and Ind a aBlight 1 aslight
Blight slsht Increase In the South FQr the thollrst tMfrst theliret
llrst time In the history of t this coun country country countrIP ¬
try frst the tme population populaton of the South has In Increased Increased increased ¬
creased somewhat more rapidly than thanthat thal thanthat
thlt that of the North The East geographi geographically seoqruphlcaly geographicahly ¬
cally Is Included In the term North NorthThe NorthThe NorthThe
caly The rate of the growth grolth In 11 the North NorthV NorlhWlst NorthWest
West V > st and South Is far fa moro nearly nearl the theeame tholame liesame
same lame than It I ever hns been Tho out official of outeiai ¬
cial announcement divides the coun country country coontry ¬
try as follows followsWest folows folowsesl fohlomssWest
West esl from tho Pacific pacilc to the eastern easternboundary ca8ternbounda easternboundary
bounda boundary of Montana Wyoming Colo Colorado Colorldo Colemdc ¬
rado rldo and 1111 New Mexico North and andSouth nnllSouth antiSouth
South the respective rOBpoctl sides of a line linoformed Ino Inotormt lineformed
formed by b the Potomac and nn Ohio rlv rlvira rl rler nvera
ira er tormt and tho southern Nouther boundarlon boundllo of Mis Missouri Missourl lis lissotmri ¬
souri and an Kansas nnts The percentage of ofIncrease orIncrensc ofincrease
Increase from trol 1S60 to 1 1850 S was a9 019 in inthe Inthe Intime
the North 48S 418 In the th South out and 1856 1856In
In the West eet while whie In tho last twenty twentyenrs twentyyears
years > enrs USO1900 It was iU 487 In the theNorth theNorlh timeNorth
North 4S6 In the South and on 1316 In Intho Intho Inthe
tho West WestPrior VostPrior
Prior Wesl to the Civil Civi war wrtho the Northern NorthernStates Northernftntes NorthernStates
States nearly Ilrl doubled In population populationivlth Ilopulnlon Ilopulnlonwith opu1ntIonimith
with ftntes each twenty years while whie In the theatlon theluton timeiation
atlon was IC only about twothirds twothlrtB as asjront asrp aimgreat
great luton rp t Since UGO the rate of growth grwth In Injoth Inboth inboth
Shce
both ports arts of tho country has been beenmuch beenlurh beenmmmcii
much loss 10HI but while whie the th rate of growth growthin Iwlh IwlhIn
lurh in the North hns decreased deurtlsell steadily steadilyhat Itedly Itedlythot
hat In the South during lurlnl the twenty twentyrears twentyelrs twentyyears
rears elrs from trm 1SGO to 1ESO has been slight slighty slsht slshtI
I y less lessDuring 1089During leesDuring
During the last twenty rears there thereias therohnH thereinns
inns ias been no substantial RUb91nntui difference lIcrenco In Inhe Inthe Intime
the he rate of growth of the two sections sectionsSouthern sectionsIoutimern ecton8 ecton8Southern
Southern States tHutel the Increase In rease of popu popuThe popuThe popuTime
The nor cent tont of Increase Inorel o of growth of ofhese ottel ofthese
these region rglol tidying t rtng each of the last lastwo IRt IRttwo insttwo
tel two wo tenyear periods follows tolowA 188090 188090forth J88090North 18Sm340North
North 248 South 201 Vest WIsI 713 713S901WO 73mO190 712111011i00
S901WO mO190 North IB Ji South SOlth 224 I4i West
19 19If
10 10It It the comparison complrlson Is limited Ihnlpd to the theItatea thoStnlf theStates
States east of tho Mississippi 1Iss181111pl river riverlasslng rherclanin riverclassing
classing Stnlf elst MlnriefoUi Mln efta anti an Louisiana ouslann wlh wlhtho with withho witimtime
time ho Weotern We ttn States SUlllS the result rtsult Is Islldhtly Isslght isslighltil
lldhtly different nl It I would show show the thencreife theIncrt timeInoreiue
dlro
slght Incrt Inoreiue ncreife e to be lSSO90North mOOoNorth 201 201touth 20JSouth 201Sotitli
South 1C Ie 1890lWONorth 1S0J Norlh 199 South SouthWhen Southtime
17 17When When the IransMlsslFsIpl IranlMlssllpl States Statesire Statel Statelnre
ire omitted the Ih rate rte of growth In the thesorth IheNorth theNorth
North omited l Is slightly HIChtr greater than that In Inhe Inthe Intime
he South but tho prftsent Ir sel difference differencetetweon dlernc differencehetweenm
between the Iwo IWI FOtloll Footman Sa n this re repeet n n8peN respeet
peet Is about half h01 what It was be beween betweon between
ween 1SEO and an 1890 189 avd leas 108 than one oneevenlh onefemth oneseventh
seventh femth ot what It was Wi between IS50 IS50ind mound iSSOand
und I860 10
CEO H PHILLIPS PHILLIPSIN PHILLPS PHILLPSIN
IN A JIYE RYE SQUEEZE SQUEEZEFormer
Former Corn King Embarrassed by a Sud Sudden Sudden Sudsdcii ¬
den Call Cal for Ten Per Cent Margins MarginsExcitement MarginsExcitenlent MarginsV
V Excitement on Exchange
Chicago ChlcaJo Jan 14 HA A notice notco was wnl posted postedat
at tho opening of the board ot trade tradetoday trllo trllotoday tradetoday
today calling cnling far or the closing oloslnl of all allopen ni allopemm
open olionllals deals with wih Geotse Geolle H I Phtlllpa h 1 I 11 the theformer lht thefornnen
former forlol corn king 1 < ln1 A heavy call cal for forextra toroxtra fo foextra
extra margins Is said to have been be al tim tliocause th thCIUHe timcause
cause CIUHe The rh call cal was na made yesterday yesterdayafternoon yestoldy yestoldyIferlool yestortittyaftormmoon
afternoon Iferlool anti nll Phillips lhlll and anl his staff otaftworked utan staffworked
worked all al night nigh over the firms 111 books booksThe bookslhe booksTime
The trouble Iouhlo IB said to t have been duo to ton tuI toa
n I 314 3 cents celtH break In rye yesterday yesterdayPhillips yesterdayPimlilipe 08telda 08teldaIhllps
Phillips Ihllps Is credited clollted with wih holding huldlnl a line linoof Ino Inoot lineof
of tOOOOO 1600000 bushels of this cereal most mostly mmnommtiy ¬
Iy In May May options The break Ilcal < yester ye8terday yosterday ¬
day wan wal caused by a sale of only CO COOUO GOOUO
OUO bushels blshell Phillips Ihll1 In II mild to have on onhis onhis onlila
his books boolliaiso alflo from trCn four tJr imur t to five lve million millionbushels mliol nmililonijuahnels
bushels of Muy Mi wheat and about 3000
000 bushels of May h Y corn rime effect efect of ofthe otI ofthe
the I he notice ntco was instantaneous InslmtaneouH the whole wholelist wholelist
list 111 aliening oIeling off or sharply Wheat opened ollllcd
1 to 1V c t lower corn II to le 1t down and andoats Illd Illdolls timidoats
oats olls nearly leo rly a cent depressed dlpresHed Mr Phil Phillips Phi lhmiiiij ¬
lips lps iij opened negotiations lrgtatols with wlh elevator elevatormei
mel bcfoio bofole the opening open Inn ot tho board In Inan II IIun iiiaim
an endeavor enllelvO to dlspoeo dlHIJOSI of his hl rye out outside Ull UllHile cliiside ¬
side Hile the tl pit lIl The ThoneolulolH negotiations foil foiltluough tol fellthrough
through thlourh and May Ma rye which closed closedyostorday cloHedolterllny olosedostontlny
yostorday olterllny at 6614 06 opened with wlh sales salesfrom 8al0 salesroom
from room Cl to GO The whole Phillips 1hlll lino linowas Ino Inodumped ilmmemsae
was dumped Into the tto market Ilrket lirokcrs lirokcrsacting Irokerl Broket4acting
acting aclm for Armour Armoul < fc Co however howeverbought howovetbought hiowovotbotngimt
bought nearly nelrly nil ni of It and the market marketIn larMt larMtIn
In consequence rallied riiell sharply to CG CGMembers eGlelcrl 65S1enmibrn
Members lelcrl of Mr Phillips 1h I I I staff Hiat Hinted Hintedthat ftltClI ftltClIthnt at4tetlthat
that ho was still stl In Ingoud good gout financial n nclal con condition condlton condition ¬
dition dlton dltonI ditionii
11 I Hulbcrt Phillips Plllps olllce ole manager managerdeclared mallgarJ managerdeclared
declared that It Was wlsthe the suddenness luddenness of
tin tJn1 call cnl for tho extra 10 per cent mnr mnrgirls mnrglr mnrglOs
girls glr which had embarrassed elbarrlPed Mr Phil PhilIlls lhl lhniltills
Ills 9 lie 10 stated that ttt Phillips 1hll19 had hlll trad tradod ttl1 ttl1d trruldtl
od d but bit little lte on his own account ncolnt the theBrulii tholjaln timegjain
Brulii < for the most part plt belonging belongllg to tocustomers tocustomor tocustomers
customers customersJarob ljaln customor customers1iatHr
i 1iatHr ii Jarob JmtcobBtmmer irol Hlnger IUIer attorney atorey for Mr MrPhillips MrPllllps mirPmllips
Phillips Pllllps gave out a statement Itntoment saying sayingthat sayingIJt sayinghat
that IJt hlu hil client clent had been practically practicallyv Ilraetcaly Ilraetcalyvlpcd praettcaliyyIpd
v vlpcd pcd off or the financial 1110101 slate slatelie sin slateiIo to toitJe
lie is I broke suld Mr h Ringer lngr Mon MonWhom Monthoni tonbom
Whom itJe honi lie worsted ortellin In former dealrt dmlll went wentler Wentttle ivuntAtrr
ttle Atrr ler him and Inll they got him himhllllpi h him himhmiiiip 11
hllllpi gave out < ut a 1 statement Ituomon In II part partBI partvi Mt Mta
1hIIP follows followsho
BI a followsilo 1110s
ilo he ai ount Involved In mv trouble troubloMay trouhlolcHluy troubleI
I May Is about JGOCOO 60 QO My customers customersSjl customerl
IIil Sjl I their tel trades lalley well wul margnsl and If Iftup Ittll Iftie
J tie trades 1 rndls closed losoll out today bring brIl n I fair fairIo tal fairj4mO r rIt
It j4mO Io 0 I con I meet till ulty my obligations ollgltona I Ilong Is IAs
tll As s long about 1200000 100000 bualutls buaht11f nyc tyewjitot Ie IeG nyc0Qtt0c0
G 0Qtt0c0 tv wjitot and 1111 COOOOO cin IVIj e a und undou 1ld 1ldau madmulti
ou multi H I lnturuuy talur u n mumber lrber of DH th Iwd Iwdbronknr llald llaldtl LatdV
V tl lnVmCIied lrlte II in bronknr the r > > mnr JHriet JHrietD iiitrot iiitrotapt1i > ct ctowit
owit D 1jl Ma en culllmr cal1nj for fo an I sxtr x tn I mar margrj Inl InlgIr toutgifrt
of 10 This naturally naturallyM mttntumaily511t1nFttl
grj gIr 10111 hem cent celt on rye 111111
511t1nFttl III M ullng elng orders MoiuU Monl J nnd Rl I tine tinel1e > ho horftilvo hQI
I l1e eIhrlvo rftilvo of i ho iiHfiji mWJII 0 tn I09n I09nI IflimtltWlwti n nIIH
I tWlwti IIH I I fiidlnn fdlnl the niarlat l1rlM bare of or ori Qrfned ornlIs
nlIs i forced fned tho market rtovn IIVI Hired HirediU thletl timre3eCijis
eCijis iU tl ThIs was Wil done In a t m I tmntnn > m 1 i it end endK enlttl11 cmltit
tit mmiwn K lashed shed all al ov Clr over r the countiy countiyconsternation oln olnI cuntnyihtiig
ihtiig II consternation cJmernton among holders holllls ut utcm If IfI ofrYC
I ttl11
rYC cm cmlllhU > rucit > many of whom sold lohl on Oi a ail 1 1I iiW01It
W01It I il I > nail nai iet > el A ilocllno IIclno ot on Ol ens cent In Invlfint InI intIjmnzmt
vlfint I ot lntr Tiipltd IIIHI with wlh ruinoffl rlnorl nIfrtlng nIfrtlngfim leIN tnl
JIIll > fim M icngth IIIHlllh resulted rlsulel In II unUHUiillv unUHUiillvh In imnitsumtili110th unlh
I f tr tine thoiiDii th thOkII tinenitditmt
h 110th n > culls 11 for fo margins vn WI r
< iiDii nitditmt OkII fii I liiipeparcd I imp I cpnred and nnllho time only inlY alter ultrMIvp alternmithp ulurr
r ulvp left If WIK W to close 01 11 I unto hlo no noOXUUB f notixetis
OXUUB u to cffer and alel no compbuutn eOllllhul1 to tomuko tornlk toIflhklV
tXll muko rnlk
MURDERED iiDwI WIFE AND 1ND j jBrooklyn HER MOTHER MOTHERBrooklyn h h
Brooklyn Police Polee Officer Ofcer William Wilam flhinni H I Hnnis Commits Commis a Double Crime CrimeRage CrimeRage CrimeRage
Rage Grew Out of a Domestic DOljcstc Separation Separaton andHis and andHis andI
I His Arrest for NonSupport
q
Now York Jan 14 HWm Wm H I I Ennls Ennlsa
a Brqoklyn JrQoklYI policeman Iolccman shot Ihot and killed killedhis klell klellhis killedmum
his wife and fatally wounded her moth mother mothIr ¬
er Ir Mrs Mrl Alice AlcD Gorman OOlnal at Mrs Oar Gormans OQrmnns Oarmans ¬
mans homo early enrlytodny today Ennis was wasarrested wal walarre wasarrested
arrested arre tcll several hours after the shoot ehootIng shootInll shootTime
Ing Inll Tho policeman polcclnnn had 1d separated separate from fromIlls tromJIII frontJitit
Ills JIII wlto > fc and anl had refused rqtuad to support supporther IUPI upiorther rt rtllel
10
her amid she had hUn 11m arrested arr sled recent
I
DEPUTY AND WOODWARD FIGHT FIGHTJohn
John Grieve Has tas a Rifle Rie Duel With Wih the Desperado Who is Sup Supposed Supposed Supposed ¬
posed to o Have Killed Kied Sheriff Sheri Rcker nickerEscaped nickerEscapedInto RckerIscapcdInto Escaped EscapedInfo V
Into a Wash Wasll
Special Specnlto to tho Nc N4s N4sChoyenne NwsClnoyemmne ws wsChoyenne
Choyenne Wyo W Jan 14iDeputy 14iDeputySheriff 1Depuly 1DepulyShorl 14DepulySheriff
Sheriff Shorl John Grieve has returned returnd to toCasper toCasper toCasper
Casper amlScports that on Sunday SUllay he hestruck hostrucl incstruck
struck < Chas Woodwards Voodwarll trail trai between betweenMiddle betweenMiddle betweenniiddleCasper
Middle niiddleCasper Casper creek and Powder river riverHo riverHo riverno
Ho followed tolowed It for several miles mies and nndcame Inl andcame
came upon up n Woodward The outlaw outlawwho butaw butawwho lutiawwho
who Is supposed to have murdered murderedSheriff Ilurderd IlurderdSherlr murderedSheriff
Sheriff Sherlr Rlckor Ickor fired three shots nt the theofficer theofcer timeofficer
officer ofcer Grieve returned the lira fl and nndACCORDING unitACCO1IIiNG I IlCCOnmm
ACCORDING lCCOnmm TO O TIUDITIONB TIUDITIONBCeremonial THITIONRCerelollul9 TittlITtOSCoronmoulnis
Ceremonial Cerelollul9 in II Itojnl 10ul Quarters Will WillPattern Wi ili iliimitcin
Pattern 111011 After Icr Them ThemNew lhcf lhcfI LlieniiNuc
New I Torh ork Jan 81 eim 14 HThl 14Time The return retur of ofthe oftIl oftlio
the tIl king Itnl and nl1 nuton Olten to Marlboiough MarlboioughIIUUKO 1arlbolough 1arlboloughhu
IIUUKO hu 1 fcr the opunlng olunlu of parliament parliamentnnuluj parlameat paniiammnentflint I
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alt tl and cabinet cablnt nvetmf cI rre tll toil were formali formalities tormnl tormmmitiitics ¬
ties Int ivuulrod for letting pUII the finishing finishingloiirhcs fnlshln fnlshln111hu fimmisiningiemmiis
tel loiirhcs 111hu in I the th ndrttfchh adrfh IIdI1IV II from the thron thronnnfi thronanG thronainct
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tiny til tiny amid all riiiinniiMaiy ralllm rim IY pageants The Thememorial Th ThuroRorlnllr Thecerunorinl
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by b tttdltton nnd lll I will wil eland 8tln at the left loftof leftof leftof
of the tit king TH r 1 loiJ 10 ot the privy Ilrly sen senwith Rell Rellwih seni seniwith
with wih the lord 1011 chancellor chancelor at It the kings kingsrlghtinnd klngsrlghtand kimigsnightiund
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be a parable of tho dependence lepcIllncc of the themediaeval tho1I tineniethiuevnl
mediaeval 1I tnonnrrtij I nltc upon the two oil offlclula of oilciils
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lair ar the th cup of maintenance and ant Lord LordWolMley ImlWol IordWoihele
WolMley Wol Ile will 1 be the Iht gold golt slink slok The TheCollege TheCollege Ch ChColege
College Colege of Heralds Ierahs will wl bring Into the thepicture tht thtIllctul hitpicture
picture every ever er figure fguro that Ihlt belongs b longs there thereby thert tiierby
by ly vlrturc of undent tradition traditionIrpsbylrrlnu trodlton trodltonIrolhlcrlan traditionIresbytcninnt
Irpsbylrrlnu Irolhlcrlan Cnnitnlllccrt COlmltrl Cotunnilt tees Appnlntrd AppnlntrdNow i in IlpolntelNow
Now York Jnn 14 arhl 14rime The committee commitee of ofarrangements ofarrangements oforrangemnents
arrangements for tlio tl tb 113th J3th general gonorl as assembly a assembly ¬
sembly of the Presbyterian church churchwhich churchwhlrh churchwhich
which Is to meet In the Kflli Fth avenue avenuePresbyterian avenuePresbyterian avenueIreebytonlan
Presbyterian church churh next May 11 already alreadyhas alrod alrodhns
has begun Its Ia work ork by appointing appointng a acommittee ntommlteo aeommitteo
committee tommlteo of 100 10 pastors anti laymen laymenfrom iaymnnnfront
from all al tho Presbyterian churches churhIl In Inthe Inthe Intime
the city ciy Subcommittees Subeommlhcs upon recep reception rocepton reception ¬
tion ton hospitality hoslllalty finance Innco meetings Iletnr the thepress Ihf thismress
press selected selectedA mress electet and an other matters tater also olao have o lIn lInelectet uen uenselected in inselected
A public Ilblc reception receplon hl has ha been nfTem nfTemby offI1 offimotiby
by the Presbyterian Union and nnt the Sat Saturdays Rntuday Sattmrtiays ¬
urdays uday have been reserved rlcfed for or suitable suitableexcursions 8ultabloaxcur suitableexcursions
axcur excursionsitig excursions excursionslilt lonl
lilt 11 Money tome Order OrderNew OrllerUullnell rtlcrIlusiness rtlcrIlusinessNow
Now York Yok Jan 14 HqBtph > Joseph Rlllott Rlllottthe Elot Elliotttime
the superintendent of the money mone order orderdepartment orl orderdepartnmemmt r rdepartment
department of the thl general generulllltofcl geneTKIVpOC0f11C0 geneTKIVpOC0f11C0mile poMofllrc poMofllrchas
has h 8 just handed hnntell to Postmaster JoRtllBter Van VanPott VunCoto Vanrott
Pott Coto the theunnal annual statement Itatement ot le his hil de department deIrtmcnt tienartment ¬
partment for the tht ymr Ju just t ended ende H Hnhows I Itshows
shows Ihow that thlt 3512627 domestic tomtUt tnaney IMI or orders orIer ONtiers ¬
tiers Ier were tre paid amounting to 2J395511 2J395511nn 229551
an increase Incrle In number of tt4Sl646 ef431546 4SS54C or 16 16per 18In 16per
In per cent and In In amount Imounhof amountof of U256631 12661
4
lyi ly He le went to tho house hOU8 today todl and andvhtn nndwh andiviin
vhtn wh n admittance dmltunce was refused reugcl him he hedrew ht intlr4w
drew dr his revolver and putting putnl hU hUshoulder hlt hissmOulder
shoulder 8h ulder to doorburst time It In He ran ranupstairs ranu ranujstaire
upstairs u ttnlr to his wifes bedroom and Ind fired firedone fred fredolQ firedone
one olQ shot at her which pierced crcelt hr hrheart htr htrrt imerimttiTt
heart rt Her mother who hud hld heard the theuprDar thoU timeupbar4
uprDar U Dur ran to Mrs lrR Knnls room Ends Knnlsflrejj Bonisfr Endsflr
flrejj fr flr p one shot at It her and nn mortally mortallyuoiTiittad mortaly mortahiymtoea
uoiTiittad 1 theX her lie then left let tho houua houuadeclaring hou houItfbrlng houmdeclaring
declaring Itfbrlng that ho would kill ki hlmselt hllselt
I
shot Woodwards Woodwafls horse from under underhim tinderinIm nlierhim
him The outlaw outnw secured his gun and andpaddlebngs aiim aiimsaddlebags III IIIaddlebug
saddlebags and escaped Into I a bad badlands bot badhands
lands wash Grieve wan nl alone until It Itwould Itwould Itwould
would have been beol the height of folly foly for fcrhim torhim forhlnmm
him to have followed olowe Woodward Woollald who whodoubtless wholloubtess mvinodoubties
doubtless lloubtess took refuge behind n lock lockand Iockad lockand
and ad prepared to kill ki the officer olcer when whenhe
he came along alonl The reward reWI for Wood Woodwnrtl Wotll Wotllwnrl Woodmsnril
wnrtl wnrl has been increased Incroser to 1000 000 A Anew Anew Anew
new posse hns started for tho acnua aCfle of ofthe otthe oftime
the lust shooting and tho hunt hUlt for tho thomurderer thomurderer thenmmurdercr
murderer will not be given up until untilWoodward unt untilWootlwemrd
wi
Woodward Is cither eiher killed kied or captured capturedor
or 23 per cent over the year ar UOb JPO 19 Of OfInternational OtIntlrnutlnni OfIttterntttitmnai
International Intlrnutlnni money orders there wore worepaid werelld worenaid
paid lld In II 1901 03SC the amfiunt am ult paid be being boIng belug ¬
ing 11100422 The domestic lloltHte money 11010Y or orders orders ordare ¬
ders Issued and fees received rccaed were wereNumber wereNumber wereNumber
Number 112E2S fees tV S received rlolved U94 1394
947 nn Increase over 1900 190 In number of ot8t
8454 8t and In amount of fees of 9K079 9K079Of 9f079Of
Of International Internatonnl money mol orders there therewere thurewere therewere
were Issued In 1901 27302 the amount amountof
of tho fees teel received leoohel being U3J 433248 8 an anIncrease a aIncrease atmincrease
Increase In number Issued of 1633 It and andIn andIn antlen
In amount of ottces fees received of J193 J193over 193r 1939 1939over
over 1900 1900Biiretnry 1900BIIretor V
Biiretnry Mulr lllr Arrives ArrlvrsNew Jrrhrl JrrhrlNew ArrivesNew
New York Jan 14 HAmong Among tho pas pasgengora passengers pussammgern
gengora on the iiteamshlp Iteamshl Auguste Vic Victorla Vlctorla Vietorla
torla of tho Huinburg IumlurSAnurkan IlumijurgAmmmenitanm Amerlcan line linewhich 1 linewhich ni
which has just arrived arrhe Is Dr Jo JO Muir Mulrsccictnry Muirsccletlr Muirsecretary
secretary sccletlr of the United Unltr States Stute legation legationat l gaton gatonat
at Stockholm Sweden cllen Dr Muir WHS WHSthe Wa imasthe
the husband of Mrs Edna Bdl Muir who whodied Whodlell whotiled
died recently recenty Mm Muir was the thedaughter thodaughter thedaughter
daughter of the late latl exSenator John JohnR
R MoPhcrson Mo1herson of New Jersey and Ild at ntthe atthe attime
the time tme of her death deltl had entered suit suitfor 8ulttor suItfor
for tho contest of the will wi or her moth mothor
or whose death occurred oclrtd several severalmonths severalnmonths eernlmonths
months ago Mrs Mulrs body hod ha hal has lain lainfor lainfor lainfor
for two weeks wel1 In undertaking undertAkllg rooms roomsIn
In this city clr awaiting awaitnG tho arrival arrllul of o her herhusband herhlsbnnl herhmtmsbnmnd
husband hlsbnnl who ho comes cmp to make arrange arrangements armngomeltl arrangenmente ¬
ments meltl for the funeral which will wi be beheld beheld beheld
held In Washington WashingtonSerious WLhlngton WLhlngtonSrrloll WaniningtonScnionne
Serious Srrloll Ibr 1r hope HopoLondon JIO JIOJAndon hopeLondon
London Jan 14 HLrd 14Lord Lord Frauds l rRlcls Hope Hopewho Hopewho hopeivimo
who was recently clnUr accidentally acrldpntol shot shotvnllo shothlo eliotwhile
while hlo hunting huntnl nnd whose whol foot was WIS sub subsecpj suh8equenlr suItsequently
secpj 8equenlr sequently ntly amputated nmllul t J has bevn ln lit II in a aserious aserIous
serious condition conllon for a n week past IJ I He HeIs le leIs lieIs
Is suffering 8uforln from frm high fever feverHo feverAl feverHo
Ho Al Says RAI Ukhtonmky UkhtonmkyLondon UkhloIMk UkhloIMkIndon UkiitotnmskyLondon
London Jan 14 Hrlncv Prince tikhtomsky tikhtomskyhead tkhtom k khend
head of the Itusnothlneno nus olhIIPI bunk bnk has hasdeclared hMdeulnrd hitsdeclared
declared deulnrd the three alleged ultgt secret Becrl docu documents documonts decomonte ¬
monte communicated COIIUllclte to the Times rlmol Jan Jani
3 i by Dr Ular Uar a 1 prominent tlrmlnent student of ofChlneoe ofChlnoAe ofChinese
Chinese affairs aenlrl to be a n bad bld Joke from frombeginning tromblllnnlng fromboginmnlmig
beginning blllnnlng to end endDr endDr emitDr
Dr Ular ltr maintains mninlails tho authenticity authenticityof althenlolt althenloltot
of these documents doclment8 and unl ha hal challenged challengedPrince chalfncO cimalisugedPrince
Prince Irnce Ukhtomsky Ikhtomsky to bring the matter matterbeforu Inator Inatorbto matterbeforu
beforu bto arbitrators arbitratorsThe arblrtor
The documents documtnll referred rferre to went to toprove toproc toprove
prove the existence of a bargain brlln ne negotiated neJotatcd negotiated ¬
gotiated Jotatcd by time late Ll I Hung lun Chang Changnnd ChnngIII Chanigtimid
timid III Russia through the medium meum of ofPrince otPrlnco ofPrince
Prince Ukhtomsky under the terms of ofwhich orwhlcb ofwhich
which the boxer bxr movement wan to be beturned beturned beturned
turned against nllnt the foreigners Russia RussiaTSRKttl nu litnesinnaged la laIgr
TSRKttl Igr to t protect tCt t tl tir empress erprMI dow dowager dowagcr slowager ¬
ager against aralnst the te We Wetcr Western tern powers OIerA In Inreturn Inreturn innetmnrtm
return for permission penlsllon to occupy cUIY Man Manchuria Manchmunia Ianchurll ¬
churia churll and to have a free tre hand In InMongolia In1onln InMomngolia
Mongolia 1onln 1onlnI
I
SENATOR GORMAN GORMANFROM GORMANROM ORMANFROM
FROM MARYLAND MARYLANDDistinguished MARYLANDDistnguished MARYLANDDistinguished
Distinguished Distnguished Democrat Elected by byLegislature byLoglslature byLegislature
Legislature Today TodayHAD TodayI TodayHAD Today1lEAD
I
HAD A SAFE SA E MAJOJltTy MAJOJltTyNenafor MAJtlIY MAJtlIYHenntor
Nenafor iormnn orlnl Nuccredi Hlceell Sender hcimlorico HClntor HClntorleo SenderUco
leo L UclllnulonMale iciiiiigtuni ellllol Plalo Slate Tress Trouurcr Tressnnrer rrmuIt
urcr It to ho lileoioili lileoioiliAnnapolis leclct leclctAnnlpols EiecloiiAnmmapolls
Annapolis Annlpols Md Jan 14Arthur Faa PuaOonnuii PLIOOOlIun Faalonnmun
Oonnuii OOlIun was today tOdl elected United UnitedBtatct Unlld UnlldHtutel UnitedStates
States senator to uucccdd PUCOC dOorgt George L LWellington I IWelington LSeiiimmgtonm
Wellington Welington The ho total vote wasi Ocr Qorman Ocrmilan
man 101 Ddm II CS 8 Jackson JllOksOl lIsp Ill Illrho 52 52The 62Xhmo
The vote In II tho sonatu was V Gorman OOrln
17 Jackson 1 1In I V Vin
In II the houso tho voto was Gorman GormanCl Oorlul
Cl Jackson Jncllsol 43 43Uoth 4311h V Vhioth
Uoth 11h houses will wi meet leet In joint sos EOSslon sosalon oS oSsion
slon at 1 11 p m I to vote for stale treat treaturer treuUrer ironsurer
urer
Fornkcr 1orkcllll Ildiii Ohio OhioColumbus OhluColumbus ilnlcColunnbus
Columbus Ohio Jan Jln 14 HTho Tlio house houseond hOUGod housecod
cod Hcnato of tho Ohio legislature bal balloted Imlloled hallotod ¬
loted separately lel1arltely today for United UnitedSlates Ullod Ullod8tnte1 UnitedStateim
Slates 8tnte1 senator Olltor Senator Joseph 13 13Torakor J Lirornker
Torakor diuous dUlcU8 nominee 10mlte of the He Hepublicans noIublcuns Itelublicana
publicans Iublcuns received 21 votes In II tho sen senate aeimito on onnte ¬
ate to 11 1 for Hon Chalice W V Baker Bakerof HII < er erot
of Cincinnati Cilelnnlt Democratic Domocrtc nominee 1omlneo In Intho Intho Iiilie
tho houso Senator Fornkor 1orkor received 05 05votes GI Ciotea
votes to 42 for Dakar 1uker The two brunch brunches bnllch bnllchwi ¬
es 5 will wi meet In II joint session on 0 Wed Wedrosday Wel Wedrosdmiy
rosday rcHday and formally tormaly select Senator SenatorForakcr SenatolForaker SenatorForaker
Foraker ForakcrMcCreory ForakerMcCrcalY ForakerMcCrcary
McCreory from hll Kriituolcy KriituolcyFrankfort Jtcltubly JtcltublyImnktort lteutuLkyFrankfort
Frankfort Ky Jan 14 Uarel 11Jnnnen James D DMcCrcary DlcCrery 1 1MeCreary
McCrcary was Wl8 formully tornlly elected senator senatorby
by the two house of the legislature 1jlulltule to tocay toeI tocity
cay eI In separate sepUlllo sessions 80S81II Tho veto oto will willbe wi willlie
be ratified mUled In Joint HeH aesalomi OHHOU lon tomorrow tomorrowTho lomorrowrho
rime vote In tho houso stood McCreary McCronryih McCremmty1boe
74 ih Duboe Icbo 24 In the senate 8enatoMcCrOtlY 8enatoMcCrOtlY2J McCroar McCroarSI McCreamy2J
2J Iftboo boQ 23 Senator entor W II I Cox He Hepublican Hepublcll liepubhican
publican publcll voted for exGovernor W 0 0Uradlcy O1radley 0Bradley
V VTaloniteil
Bradley 1radley
Talontrd TAlontCI Woman Womal Dead DeadLexington lemmnlLexitmgton enll enllLoxlhgton
Lexington Ky Jy Jan 14 HMrs Mrs Mary MaryCabell MnryCabel MaryCabehi
Cabell Cabel Urecklnrldgn 1recldnrl1go Warfleld Warfeld oged ogel 74 74mother 74mother 11mother
mother of lr UenJamln Jenjarln 1J J Warflcld Warflcldpresident Wnlnehl Wnlnehlpresldcnt tmrfieltlItresident
president of tho Pimcoton P1Uetlol Theologicalnemlnary Theologicalseminary Theological hcuoglcllemlnnry
seminary and Dr Ktholbert l D War WarHold War101d Vnrfield
Hold 101d president Imresld nt of tho La 11 Fnyntto eel college 101 101lego eelloge ¬
lego Is II dead de d She was a sister llter of In Inopector Inpeclor Inenactor
enactor General Joe c Brecklnrldge BrecklnrldgeAttorney Urccltnlllgf llrecklnnltlgeAttorney
Attorney Atorney Robert J Ureckiirldge lreclmrldge of otKentucky ofJentucl oflCenttmcky
Kentucky Jentucl < y nnd exCongressman W c cP CJJ CI
P I Brcckenrldge Brcckenrldgeof
of embezzling embezzlng the funds of r I bank nt ntWhatcom atWhateom ntWhatconi
Whatcom Wash and Dlx wai 1M again againhanded 1II1n 1II1nhunded againhanded
handed over to the custody ot the Dow Dowstreet Jow JowItret howstreet
street Itret police polee The he Judgp Instruotud InRtruchll thq thqmagistrate HIQmnglRlrate th thmagIstrate
magistrate at Bow street tr Qt to distinctlyspeolfy distinctly ditInctlyspecify 1tntty 1tnttypeelt
specify peelt In tho extradition extraditon papers < that thatDlx 1lt 1ltJlx thatDlx
Dlx was commltttcd commltlcd Hqtpjy sqi qlcr on CnlJI Jim VtIPcharge Jimcharge
charge of embezzlement Known Kiln lilhi In hit ihoextradition hitextradition
extradition txtrldlton treaty as IH fraud Crud as a a bank banker ¬
er I IIVourided
Womulcil olfleel Colored Mnn 1lal Dcnil Dcnilo neid neidTpno 1eedfleno
Tpno fleno o Nev Jan 14 HAlbert Albert Scott Scot Iho Ihonegro Ihonegro thenegro
negro who shot Constable Loepor Ielror u ufew 1 1few mefew
few ir cuymi I > H I ago nnd was WIS In turn f hol fhol fholed ahotdiet > holdied
died ed nt Carson Caron where he had h bon ° on ics icsmoved 1 1Ifvll me metroved
moved Ifvll lor safekeeping early thltj thltjirornt thll limiHernrnt
irornt l orll if ifOdlcer VOlilcee
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Odlcer Lceper Is doing 4 4WORLD well wellWURLDlEWSIN wel welWURLD
WURLDlEWSIN WORLD NEWS IN BRIEF BRIEFOver
Over 4000 400 birds will wi bo placed on ex exhibition tX tXhlbltol oxhibition ¬
hibition hlbltol today In Madison Square Squar gar garden gardonm ¬
den
denThe
rho embarrassment of Phillips Philps caused causada uso
a sympathetic sympatheto decline tecln all al along alolg the thl line linoat Ino Inoat lineat
at St Louis LouisWm LouisWm Louismn
Wm mn Fife of Fnlrllo Fulrlo on the Clyde Is lato Isto isto
JJo
to build bulll Sir Si Thomas Uptons next 10xt chal challenger challonger ohallonger ¬
longer for the Americas cup cupHaiebnll cupna cupBaseball
Baseball na men from nearly nnr a dozen dozenstates dozonstateR dOzenstates
states elJal were In Kansas I nnsas City Clt Mo 0 today todayto toda todato
to attend tend the meeting of the new IW West Westera Wet Weterr Vestera
era err league and the National Nalolal Association Associationof socatl11 socatl11ot
of Minor 1Inor leagues leaguesIn leaguesII
In II his annual message to the legisla legislature 1 hegisiature fIln fIlnture ¬
ture Qov 00 Voorhees VoorhrC of or New Nol Jersey Jerseylays Joroy Joroyluys Jerseylays
lays stress upon Ulln the urgent need Me ot otUglslatlve otlill oflegislative
legislative lill latlve action acion looking to the proser preservation proseraton proservation ¬
vation aton of the forests forestsWith torets toretsWith forestsWitim
With each fresh freh drop In the prleo prleoof
of copper ut London today 10lla good buy buyIng burIng buylog
Ing orders olders were Itre r rflved reutived lved There lbre was wnano WI waslie
no longer a a heavy h8I pressure plOSuro to soil 101 He Hecent Ie Iecent lieccitt
cent purchasers pUlchasers were quietly ulelY liquidat liquidating Illuldat Illuldatlng ¬
InS
ingA
A dispatch from Debeque Colo says saysthat sayathat saysthut
that oil is lowing at It the rule of ten tenbarrels tenblrrels tenbarreis
01 towlnr
barrels blrrels a day from a well wel there that thathas thathas thathas
has reached renoht a 1 depth of only 01 au B feet feetThe tt ftThe
blse blseThe baseThe The base baseThe he oil 01 Is Illumlnant 1umlnant with wih n 1 paraffin parafllnbase prama pramablse paraffinbase
The Russian budget for 1902 190 balances balanreatho balall
the revenue runue and ul1 expenditure cxpenllur totalling lotlnr lotlnrJ0166976 totallingI9I6Sli976
190671976 rouble rubl The navy MY absorb absorbK nlorb nlorb881U81
95931601 J0166976 K 881U81 J1S 81 rouble ruble the army arlY SMCttN SMCttNroubles a3CQ7 a3CQ7roubles 333CU1167rumbles
roubles and ways waYI And means 4SSS47TW 4SSS47TWroubles 41411 i547IUroublee
roubles rouble roubleTho roubleeTime roublesTho
Tho Jupiter Jupier mine at Hruex Austria AustriaivnB AuslrlaUltllenly
ivnB Ultllenly suddenly flooded tolt todiy tOa edt > and 41 4 men menIncluding menIncluding muoninmeluding
Including tho manager mlnnger and two I wu super superintendents supr suprIltelentl simperinmtenthenti ¬
intendents Iltelentl were werl cut off oc from trm etc etcIt HIJ eseiiw eseiiwIt
It Is I thought probable prbable that they worn wornnil ivereall orl
nil al drowned drownedA drowne drowneJ
A J Q Spaldlng SIlldlng 1m hnK H sent nt a tcl telnrm telnrmto talgrm talgrmto r m mto
to N K r Young Washington Wuhlnlton Cilltnjc Cilltnjcin clng clngon IhIng IhIngon
on him to have hlo publlfhed publihed an In exact copy copyit DIY DIYot coiyof
it the stenographers lolomlher report reprt of the themeeting theIfUnr themneetlmmg
meeting IfUnr of the National Nntonal Baseball Baseballleague Dusbl Ihasebuilleague
league held hell recently recentlyThe rnty rntyrho recentiyTime
The llrltlih Urth steamer Manning bo boonglng 1 belonging
longing 10ulng to the Honckong Jonrkonr Canton CantenMacc LsntonMacac ft ftMncuc
Mncuc Macc Steam Siom Coal Col company om1111 Limited Limitedf LImie
ot > f Hongkong 10lgkong ha ha Ixen Ilel tlrod Ir flr l un by byChinese byChle byCiminmes
Chle Chinese soldiers ildleNln In the t e Tam m Cb Clau Chic < u chan chanlei channel cimannet
lei West Wot river The rhaplaln rh81lall of the thellrltlsh theBritsh timeBritish
British flagship Glory 001 the Rev Chss ChaBH
Britsh
H 13 L J gown po n M A Who was Wil on board boardras or hosedisas
ras WI severely woundedThe wounded wounlle w000le1Time
The Nledrlnghaus Nlerlnghnu rolling rollnK mill mi at St Stouls ft ftIuls StLouis
Louis ouls owned by the National NAtonl Enamel Knamelng Enameling namelIng
Ing ng antI owne Stamping StampI company conllJny was I dam damiged damng damaged
aged ng > to the extent of 75000 7iOOO by flr flroday IN INtoday fire firetoday
today Frank Irnk Pltsgerald IIUltlhl a I member memberf mem r rot
ot f engine cnlle company comllny No tt 1 died dlcl from fromnjurlps frm frmInjurlps fiminjuries
injuries Injurlps received relvt In a a collision olllon between betweeni lelwen
1 mm i street stret car and the hose hO reel rtl he was wasIrlving wasdriving Instrlvlng
the fire fireWashington fineWashington
driving trlvlng back Ick from f fWashington
Washington advices ad11 say R > that before beforehe btort beforethe
he Hou Hous house e resumed sume the debate deblo ou 01 the thetension theponslun timepension
tension appropriation npPrlolon bill bi today loa the thepoaker th thIpoker theiponker
poaker Ipoker announced the appointment ollllntment of ofIr otIr ofMt
Mt Ir Stewart SItwart of New York and fn11Ir Mr Llv LlvURtoi Iv IvInlRIDI Ilyingaton
URtoi of Cleorfla ferla as W directors of the theloliimbla theColumbia theCoinnnnhla
Columbia InlRIDI Ho H08lnltor IIopitntfor pltatfor women and Mr Mrtupeell Mrhtussoll Ir Irluppel
tupeell of Connecticut Connltcut nnd Mr Lanhan Lanhanf
luppel ot f Texas lxaS1 as directors dlNtolS of the Columbian Columbiannstltutlon ColumbIanIn ColunmibianInstitution
Institution In for tho Instruction Instruclon of Deaf Deafnd Denfal1 DeafantI
al1 antI nd liuton Dumb Both Inttltutlons Islutons are Ire Die Dltrlct Ds DsIrlct Dienet
net of Columbia The House then thenrent Ihcnwent thenivent
rent Into committee cmmitee of the whole and andeiumed andresumed andreeumed
resumed the consideration consldtraUon Of the thl pen penIon penIon penlion
lion Ion appropriation aPlroprflton bill bi
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SCHOOL BOARD BOARDMAKES BOARDV
V MAKES MAKESPURCHASE PURCHASE V 1
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I I I II IBuys
Buys Old University Univclfsiy Property for 100000 100000Will 100000Wi 109000Will
Will Wi Pay 50000 5OOOODoyI1 JDovn the Bal Balance B811ance Ba1aice ¬
ance to be Paid by 1904 V VV I
V V I
T TIO ie board bord of o education will wi purelmso purelmsothe puruhalo puruhalotho
the old 011 stalo unlv lll88U tnmmiverslty rslty site nt lt the price priceoffnrod 11leoofnlod 1111cclflnt3d
offnrod ofnlod by b > the state Ntlte land Inlll boardJIW000 boardJIW000The bOIdSIOJOt
The Jhl terms torls of tho stile sllo worn erolSIlullon agreed upon uponIn
In 11 u I ton mliiutoH 1llul < meeting Ileolng hold In tho thoGovernors thooverrol timeOoverroma
Governors overrol oillco oleo shortly horty before noon nool to today toany today
day at which tho land lanl board was 11 cop coprewnled IOPre mopresented
resented re nl < by Guy Welts Wels and uld Secretary SecretaryHyron ScrttlrY ScrttlrYByron Secretaryhlyroni
Byron Qroo and uld time school boar boarlw by a aRp allednl itsIeolal
Rp llednl < lal commlttco Clllllco contlstlns ton8IstnB of Pteel Pteeldeut Ilell Ilellaelt Iteeident
deut W S J Newman H 1
aelt Nowmal U 1 Crltohlow CrltohlowJoioph Crlohlow CrlohlowJOloph CritohmiomJoseph
Joseph acoghosan Oooghelnl unit nll A 0 aiauque aiauqueThe
The terms tfrlsareel agreed upon ulon are In nub 8ubtaht tanr
60000 down nnd 50000 on 01 or before beforeJuly betlro betlroJil beforeJuly
July Jil 11904 I J 1901 Ot On the 50000 000 to be le paid at atonco ntOICO atomico
onco OICO tho schoM board boaId Is allowed IIOIOd a I re rebate 1 1uto msbate ¬
bate uto of 12600 12 OO for Improvements hnprovelnOlllf male maleby tno10by immadeby
by It In 11 the buildings buldllGs now standing tandlnl on onthis onttlg ontints
this ttlg bite which reducofl relllcel tine cash cllh pay payment lla llamOlt iiament ¬
ment mOlt to tom 37500 oo fine deferred 10forrell payment paymentof pI1YIent pI1YIentot
of W000 CO O will wi draw drnI no 0 Interest and th thschool IhRchonl the thescimotmi
school board bOI1 will wi pay It I off of us soon 1001 us usronslblo usrO uspoSsible
poSsible rO 8lbJo before tho date limit Jmlt of July JulY1DO 1 119M 1lhe
19M
19MThe
The lh nnovo 100 agreement RjfCrent was reached af ¬
ter u I shcrt but ut brilliant brllllnt fencing mutch milch
between bel 101 tho Governor fCnor otcinmor and Cud Mr r 1leul leogiie leogiieuin e eIn
uin In In II which tine tl member of the Mmot thlul
board boolInad made u dothlng Illhln ilmm nhnlng onslaught onsluu ht to no nocute 110CIlO todm10
cute CIlO a modlllintion lullkn Unn of the term or a aumalitr amRIu antmaltr
umalitr consldorutlon cOIHhlerullol than thln the land
liuard IIIII proposed l Tho Govrnor lovurnor put Plt up upr mut II III
r I wrong frong light anJ practically Ilfctcnl gained laln his hispoint his11lnt hislmOlflt
point The land hll boards honel offer ocer was WCS a atriinlcr utrller atrmtnnter
triinlcr trller of th time property 1loJerty at the rate r te of otI
12 I WO a a year e I In II eight eJg It yearly paynmntn paynmntnthe 11110110 11110110tho
the school board 1 being allowJd alow J1 SIZrOO SIZrOOtho 1rOO 1rOOtho 12100the
tho value of the Improvements hnllroellHtf llifj1 llifj1lm1 tht llieiinvl
lm1 made lal11 a 11 an tie 18 first IIHt annual annlnl inutnll inutnlliiiMH IIKlnl inmetali1oct11
iiiMH I II The boat bOI1 trims WIS to pay IIIY 6 per out rnnton inminton
on 01 the deferred aeon SIenllmcul aosennpniymemntsJtYSV1LLE paymon paymonKAYSVILLIUJANNINO
KAYSVILLIUJANNINO 1 YSILLg OANNING CO COUew CONew CONow
New Concern COl cell Files les Articles A1c 8 of Incon Tlcol riicorloratonArtliliu
1 oratlonArlliM1 loralolArtlll Itiinica JIIICS resident residentThu lcshlol t tTho tTime
Time Knysvlllo In > 810 Conning Calnlng company Int Intcortoratcd In InCOtl incorporateil
cortoratcd COtl ratell tod toiuy toTay ay with wih a capital CllJlul utock utockof Ilotk Ilotkat
of 10000 1000 In 10 0 shares shars and wilt wi engage engageIn uualt uualtIn
In the business huslle9s of growing purchasing purchasingselling tiurohealnmgselling uruhilng uruhilnglel
selling lel n 1 canning preserving 1H ervlng and pickl pickling nIckiing lckl lcklIng ¬
ing vegetables vegotublel and fruit trul The director directorof Ilrectott
of the company cOltlnn are John R Barnes Barnesprecldent Darnes11r hiarnmes4hiresident
precldent 11r < ont Peter 10lel Barton Iarlon vlco president presidentJ IIujmt IIujmtJ
J G M Barnes treasurer trosurQr George GeorgeBwan Ioo IooWln leOniteSwan
Swan Wln secretary Hyruin Hyrul Stowart H J JSheffield i T TSinotileid
Sheffield T J Smith mlt James Warroi Warroiand Wnton WntonUnl Vatremmanti
and Unl M I M Whltasldcs WhltasldcsDOCTORS Whlesl V es esDOOOHS V
V
DOCTORS JlAVK lA f BANQUET BANQUETlclccinbo UANQUEDcllcfalloc 1hNQUEPDelectable
Delectable Dcllcfalloc Feast eustthliml st uliil lt Wlttj WIt Wit I Toasts Toaststlio Toaststhe Toaststhe
the Fcntnrca 1catlcs Iiist Night NightThe NIht NIhtTho NightTime
The officers ofcor of the Salt Rli Lake Medi Medical 101 101cuI Medical ¬
cal society were wor Installed Instnle Inst evening eveningind ovonlngt111he
ind t111he the event was made 1110 the occasion octOlon ot ota ota ofa
a banquet blquet and ull smoker Iroker at Beardslcys BeardslcysTavern learsles learslesnvern BeardelesTaverni
Tavern nvern It I was a 1 mo most ot t sumptuous sumptuousI Umptuoll
I feast ast at and the eeches > ICche > were bright and andInteresting an an1lereltng andinteresting
Interesting 1lereltng Dr Muyo JIIo acted AS f toast toastmaster toaetmnster toastmaster
master and he Introduced Inlrouced as the guest guestof Juot Juotf
of f honor hOIOl Mnj Ktnnt le higan n who was as congmt congmtvlated conlrt conlrtlnl V VtInted
tInted lnl on the happy outcome of the re recent I Ilnt toeeflt ¬
cent courtmartial courtmatal In whch he h was waslilod WA wastiled
tiled tle Those who responded to toasts toastsw toalts toaltsWfe toastsmicro
w Wfe micro re Dr C F 1 WilcoxDr WIClXI > K S Wright WrightDr
Dr Verbryck erblck of Wyoming Dr H I D DNile DNi DNibs
Nile Ni Dr Crltchlow Crichlow Maj Egan Dr DrS DrEwimig
S KwlnB lwini and Dr A C It wing llnr
Those present rent were wen Dee Drl Mayo MayoEan MayoEan IuroRgan
Ean NiECe Nlr Hazel Haztl L I L I Richards RichardsAVIlcox Htlartl HtlartlWicox ItichinnilsWilcox
Wilcox Wicox S Ewing J S Richards nlchRre A AEwlng Ac
c 1 V Ewing Iwlng Lindsay 1111 Snow Hammond HammondC Hammolll HammollllF
Wright C lF P F Pfnkertcm Pllkerton Plummer Crltrhlow erlrhlcy harrIson IIrlol Baldwin BaldwinWright Ihlwln IhlwlnWright hielfiwinlVrigimt Dalby
Fl J 1Jshmer Ihlr her Whitney Whitny Stauffer Slnurel Kerr Tur Turrer Turur TurEer
rer Ilosmor 1olmor Root Verbryok Rayley
Scott Sct Stewart Lyons LyonsIiI IyonlII LyonsI I
IiI II I n I S UAIVKHSITYSOIFI1 UAIVKHSITYSOIFI1Jlow UNIVfUSllYS UNIVE USIItYS OfF OfFJow IFP IFP110W
Jlow Jow Moses Tlintcltrr qhiatclnerpreseitts Presents lICStlts tlio tlo tlm lr lrfitllnHon Jr Instlttithuii
fitllnHon 8111101 With Wih house lon80 and nHI aiim Lot LotThe JolTh 1otTime
The Th board of trustee trusll of fse ie Latter Latterday Iter Iterdn Latterday
dn day Saints Sints University Universiy was WI most 10st pleas pleasantly pllasnty plensuntly ¬
antly nty nirprlEcd thl this mornlne by the thereceipt thereceipt thereceIpt
receipt of n donation dOlaton from trm Hon lon Moses MosesThatcher MOlesThatchr MosesTimatcher
Thatcher In the shape ahnp of a flveacro flveacroot
lot located looalel near Ogden The lot ha han hl hasa
n house houl and nn In orchard orrllu upon It and andorlKlnnlly Ilt Iltortlnaly analorIlmmhiy
orlKlnnlly ortlnaly cost COt Mr Thatcher 2100 20 He Hejlvw II liegives
gives 511 It I to the University Unlvlrlty outright outrightenvlng ollrllt ollrllt1lwlng outrIghtleaving
leaving It I free for them to either turn turnt tur
I it t Into Int cash lh or to retain rlaln It I a A as they theynay the thelar theymna
lar mna nay desire desireNaturally dillf desireNsttirshiy
Naturally NalUrly the board brd wag IS highly ttratt ttrattricd ctratifleti rU rUfet
ricd fet at Mr Ir Thatchers fhltcher notion ialan and will willmnid wi wiltiwmnd
mnid Ild an In acceptance ao ptnt of his offering oCfrlng to tothe tothe tothe
the cause tau of education educaton In an appropri appropriate allprprl allprprlate ¬
ate manner mannerMATH lanner lannerItI nismmnerI1th1hl
V VSpecial
MATH ItI oPTx nVx tii INFANT INFANTSpecial IS A P Pn
n Special olal to the tle Now NowsOgden Now0118n NommOgden
Ogden 0118n Utah Jan Jln 14l UUtrlce atrlco M MPoiilwn MPOnllII MPouisomm
Poiilwn POnllII th thf ties 2monthsold daughter l uFhtor of oftl otU ofhi
tl T and nl Kiln IClafn Maw Poulton luulan died lle this thisnornlng thismorning thismorning
morning at the home 041 04 01 Twenty Twentyo Tsvsntysoo Tsvsntysooond oo oond
old ond > nd street atret The father I is now perform performin perornnIng rform rformIn
In Ing in a mission mllion In Denmark Denmrk having hlvlll left leftthe lettfor leftbefore
before for the baby bby WAS Wfi born bornLATE oln olnLATE born1ATE
LATE LOCALS LOCALSThe
The George M it f ScottStrovell SotStrOel Hard Hardrun lard lardwar Ifartimmare
run war company rmpany 1 Is sending lntlmr out some somemutlful lore lorebeutul seinebeautiful
beautiful beutul cnlondnrt calnln the art subject be bens b bIna being ¬
Ina ing ns a Rlrl with wlh sunset Iunlt locks which Is IsL IsA Isft
A L dazzling daulng piece Jllte ot lithographic lthogrphic achieve achievenent achievement achievememmt
nent memmtrime jurnc j IThe
The Western Welorn CaMera urnc mom Manufacturing Manufacturingompany Manutaeturlngrmpn Menufactuningrompmmny
ompany of Logan Lgan City became bln a 1 car corKirntlon cr crnmlon carnoratloim
rmpn Kirntlon nmlon today It I I II capitalized cplJIZ1 at atilOfOO atIMO
ilOfOO IMO In 1 cusses shl Its ts directors llrtOr are areeorge ar areGeorge
Oore George eorge P F Thatcher Thatchtr president 1Tednt Jowph JowphWell JOlh JOlhOdel JoeiiitOtleii
Well Odel secretary rel and treasurer T LP LPoy L Ieno
t no oy Cardon Crden general tnert1 manager m K P Placon 1 1natn 1Ilacon
lacon natn and ald Jacob Jarb Pchnub PchnubThere fhaub fhaubhete SchaubThere
There will I be b civil IIt service 8le exnmlna exnmlnalon eXlmlnn exnnminations
ton tions lon In thl city Ilt > Peb Fe b 18 next for can canlldntrH cn cn1ldatM candidatre
lldntrH for thoee tho governmental gonrnmttl post posttons pl pltons peeltione
tons tons Interpreter of Arable lbll Italian Italianmd Inlnn Inlnnnnd Italtanand
md French for th thl timc Immigration Immlgmton ser serIce serIce setice
Ice salary JlJW Interpreter IntOrprete of ofSlavonian I ISlavenlsh ISiaventeb
Slavonian Slavenlsh Croatian Cratan and ul1 Italian Ialnn same tamoicrvlcc fOIO fOIOrvlrc sameservice
service salary Ialary 11200 2 Industrial teach teachT
er T Indian service fflrl salary iMO 00 0 assist assUtmt alsilt alsiltant assistant
ant printer railway raiway mall mal service erlce sal salry salary satany
any ry ITOO 10 700
Time ball bal was W started ntQrt d rolllnfj this thl
nioroliiK by President Ptolldcnt Newman roUnE of ott ottschool OtVIIV5 OtVIIV5school ib ibschno
school board onrl who ut once OlCO turned ttrnM tho thonegotiations thonegotalons tuenegotiatioi
negotiations negotalons over to Mr Gcoghofran Gcoghofranas
as lS spokesman Illokelnn for tho school Ichool board bon Id Mr lIr
Geoghcgan Q ogheGan like Iko u skilful skltul general generalstarted generalStarted eneraletlrted
started etlrted out by asking 11 < 111 hay Wells Wola If
hero was Vfl5 no n possibility tlosslblly of tho mate materd Itute
land hoard rd ni modifying modiying ° Its ls terms or re reuuclng
uuclng < the consideration conhoraton Tim Thl hover
nor countored clntered by stating Rtntng that tho terms termaworn termsworo termsWore
worn the boat that the board could of V
fer find nd that the consideration was wnimuch wasmmcm I Iloh
consideraton WU
much loh IOHH thom It I hind nt first frst expected expectedcclve
tu ° cclve Ho 10 did dll not tot believe belevo that tho thostate timestab
state legislature would ratify rntty any fur ¬
thor concession Ho 10 then reviewed tho thoJltuntlon V VsItuation i
sItuation lulton lultonTho
Thin ciy city glvo gave tho land Ilnd to tho thouniversity alahJ alahJUnlt atatifuniversity
university Unlt si for the purpose of erecting
bu buldlnrs buIldings Idlngs and conducting conduotng ji university orcotl
Wher tho federal telcral government offered
tho state tale university ullversiy goverltnont Its present orefl loca ¬
thin ton ho university Ulvorly turned tured Its property V
ls propert
Into Ilto Vine hands of tho state stlo land lald board bQ rl
for JRi lab ° to l time ° best belt advantage nrynntnrc l The Theetmmt < he > io iostRt6 I
stRt6 stltt hoped to got nt least 1100000 I0000 In Incash incash j
cash cll for this fine 10 site nnd Ito It 001 build buildil ull t
lags lagsMr I IIr
Mr Ir il u Uhoginegan ochegnn ° 8 cnn replied replPll that as a1 to thtf thl
buildings buidIngs on tho Blto 110 they tine could bo of ofno otM S
no jiosslblo Possible use US to any anYono ono but the thoschool theschool
school Ichool board Iolrd und oven It I would mayo to toIchool I
to 1 snnnd spolll J2li000 2500 more before they hail J
tho buildings ItJllngs and equipments tiny
needed nerdel To any other purchaser purohalcr V fw fII > I
instance a I railroad rulrold company tho build V Vinigs j
Ings Illl would be Io a detriment lttrlment nnd nld andnmccessl necessi ¬
tate on tl expenditure oXjendlure for their removal rorOII
The Governor then went Into 1110 tho cost costOf costof
Of < t the building bulhlll1 ninth Ind the value of tho tho1lnd
land which ho put Illt at a 1 conservative conservativeestimate COIoratho conilarvatioestImate 11
estimate e lmnte of 160000 150000After 160000Ater V
After Ater some further tlrlhfr parleying Ilarleylnl tho 1
terms before stated Itatfd ware agreed alced upon
The school board will wi hold a a special specialmeeting Ipedal Ipedalmcotng specialmeeting
meeting mcotng tonight to ratify ruty the thl purchase purchaseMKINLKY purchaseMKINI4EY J JMKINIJMY
MKINLKY MKINIJMY JIEM01UAL MEMOlAL FUND FUNDGovernor FUNDIoernor 1 1Uornol
Governor Wells WOl9 olIsnSIhI Will Wil Call Cal on Oi School SchoolChildren SchoolChiIldteii j
Children Chldtcl Coiitrllmto to tocoiitnhiutoUnvernor o CoiitrllmtoGovernor CouhlhntoOovernor I
Governor Wells Woll has accepted accelJd tho sag suggestion saggestion ug ugcestol ¬
gestion cestol of Hon William Wllum R Day prcsl prcsldent president I Ident
dent of tho McKlnloy Memorial asso association nesaoelation ¬ fl fllolutol
lolutol elation timid Ind will wi Invite Invle the school chill children chl chilldroni ¬ r
dren to moot on January 29 for
100t tor special specialmemorial apeclalmemorial p clf1 j jIOmorll1
memorial IOmorll1 exercises exercilos and nOI contribute cQltrlbuto 5 5cents 5cent 5cents
cents cent each towards Iwnrdf the building bUlhlng of the theJOOOOTO lt I I
JOOOOTO GoOJO monument at Canton Catton Gayer Governor ¬ I In Inor
nor n nor r VMlii U opposed to calllnff cal1nr 01 on tho thoschool thoschool
school children llldnn for funds nls on general generalprinciples generalrlIlcllel generalprinciples
principles rlIlcllel mil blt he thinks < s that In 11 this thisInstuncje 1111 titleln0tmtime r
Instuncje In tllo a I worthy wlrthy lev le ICViOfl n may bo 10 taught taughttho
time th Tihllrifen hlrn In relation telntot t tb a patriotism patriotismnnd pntrtotsm pntrtotsmunll t tand
and tine UI hnrixr hnrnr of crime crimeThe crlnleTho crimmieTime
The Governor GoverlLr Is II now preparing Jlrclrlnr nn ad addrccs Il1 Il1IhMS mddress
dress to the people Mpl asking aslnlfhem nscingthem them to hold holdfitting holdfitting I Iftng
fitting ftng memorial exercises In their theirchurches thtlr thtlrchur theirchurches
churches chur hor and lnl other ri1nc pljct8 plees s of otwor8hll otwor8hllon worship worshipon
on January JIIulry 26 tho Sunday preceding precedingthe precllng J Jth
the th fiftyninth fl nlnth annlvorsary annlorelY of Presi President Pr Preeldent ll ¬ V r rdent
dent McKlnleys lcllnleys birth and on to also rc rcucst reIIUost romiucet
ucst time tfo public l blc especially ospecnly tho schools schoolsboth schoolsboth ehooll
both secular I cllur and relations lellon9 to observe observeWodncfiday observoWenc observeVudnesdtmy
Wodncfiday Wenc dlY January 29 tho birthday blrthuy ot otthe otUI ofim
UI the im martyred InCrtrell President PresidentHOY Pre ldon t tUOY V VI3oY
HOY FINED FORTY FOf1 Y DJLLAKS DJLLAKSThomas D IJhLllS IJhLllSThomas lJAHS lJAHSThomRs
Thomas McKllvio Flneil for Assault AssaultIn Assaul r rItJ
In ItJ ii I Young YOIII Lady LadyThomas hail JallThomls hailTimoinas
Thomas Thomls McKllvie lcJCvle a young man 18 18years Uyears 11years
years of age pleaded Illelllll guilty guiy In the po police polce police ¬
lice lce court this thll afternoon nlarnoon to awultlug awultlugMlM atultli aeuitiimgMiss
Miss Mipi Josephine Carney and striking her herIn herIn 1 1In
In the eye The young lady testified testifiedthat tstelt tsteltthat testiftettintel
that she was walking wuldng down tho street streetwhen stet streetwhen f
when MoKllvle approached and Insult InsultM
M 11 her Sue fhe says AYH she ho prumtply lrumtJ struck struckhim struckhim
him In tho face tne when he hit her a aheavy I aheavy i
heavy blow on the eye After Afer giving givingMcKllvie glvlimgMeKiivie l
McKllvie n sound lound lecturing the court courtfined cOlrt courtfinned
fined him 140 140CANADIANKDITOKS tO tOCANADAN 40CANADIAN I
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CANADIANKDITOKS CANADIANKDITOKSUtah CANADAN CANADIAN mwrns E1fOhtS E1fOhtSUtah
Utah Pros Association Associaton Association Will Wi Enter Entertula Elter Eltertulu Eiitershuiti f
tula Them ThietitltIgimt fhol Right Uh1 Iloyally IloyallyPresident Ioaly IoalyIreRldent ItoyahlyPresident
President IreRldent Felt Fel of the Utah unh Press as assoclatlon II IIsoclaton associatiomi <
soclatlon soclaton Is making taklng extended prepara preparations prepar preparatlons ¬ I
tions tons for the entertainment of time thuWestern thoWestern timeVestorn
Western Canadian editors cltors Wednesday WednesdayJan Wednesdly WednesdlyJan
Jan amm 22 next on the occasion occllon of their theirvisit theirVIRlt theirvIsit
visit to this city ciy which Is l an Import Important ImportoM imnportapt ¬
ant point on their thllr Itinerary Inerry for this thisseasons thisBensons thisSAsonm
seasons western oster trip Tho party Is Isat Isat isat
at Los LOl Angeles Angele today to ay and Its Is members membersnro
mire Iro already nlread looking forward to their theirSalt theIrSal theirSuit i
Salt Sal Lake visit lllt with wih pleasurable anti anticipation ant antielpatiomi ¬
cipation cipaton The plan for the day In Includes InolueR ineludes ¬
eludes a trip to Saltalr Salulr at 10 a 1 m mwith mwih rimwltin
with wih bathing for such lch of tho pilgrims pilgrimsas pigrims pigrimsas
as think they can stand It I at present presenttemperatures prcMenttomperatures presenttemperatures
temperatures at t p m a two hours hourstrolley hourstrolley
trolley ride over the city and at 3 p m ma naa
a recital nt the tabernacle followed by bynn byarm
nn Informal reception at which Presi President ¬ V Vdent
dent Smith and councilors the Apes Apostles Apesties ¬
ties members of the city coiincll and andother antiother
other prominent citizens are expected expectedto
to be present The lower part of time thotabernacle timetabernacle
tabernacle will be reserved for the tie visitors tieitors ¬
itors timid Invited guests time public be being being ¬
ing admitted to the galleries In the thuevening theevening
evening a bath In the Sanitarium U Uplanned isplanned
planned with a musicale nt the Ken Kenyon Kenon
yon on President Felt will leave no nostone nostone
stone unturned to make the visit ot ottho ofthe
the Canadians a pleasant one oneAFTBllNOOXJIININa
4 4AFIE1tNOON
AFIE1tNOON AFTBllNOOXJIININa MINING CALL CALLHeavy CALbheavy
Heavy Trnillnc TrathiiglnStar In Star Coo Was WasTlio WasfhieFeature
Tlio fhieFeature fhieFeatureThis Feature FeatureThis
This afternoons session of the mini mlnIns minilag
Ins exchange resulted In transactions transactionsInvolving transactIonsinvolving
Involving 21fW shares and 1937863 The Thetotal Thetotal
total business for the dy Involved 72
140 slmref for which mSMW was wasmiuled washamided
miuled out outThis outThis
This afternoons transactions wore n nfollows flu flufdliomme
follows fdliommeCerise followsCarlso
Cerise 200 at 08H 08HEagle W WXcngle
Eagle nnd lllue ItolL 100 at 95 95May 5 5May
May Day 1200 at 61 61IL 61ILStar 4a 4aStar
Star Con 15TOO nt ntUncle 31I33 31I33Uncle
Uncle Sam 110 1 at 9W 9WDen 0V < V
Den Duller UtO at 1IM 1IMCalifornia i iCalifornia
California 340 at atOPBN 3 e2i e2iOPNN
OPBN BOARD BOARD1MO
1MO Carlta at 08 V
100 Con Mercur at J1C5
40 Daly West nt 297
10 Daly West at 2970 297000Little V
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