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Un Under r S SecrIa reloiy of British Foreign OfiC Denies Specifically SpecificallyThai Specf ka11 ka11Thai
Thai Ito cr Me Aafeshs Ms Qow govewl1lcl1l nmenl TJnongh Am Amor Amhassador iiizbassador
hassador or 01 Ollictwisc Olla t wise Ptoposed cdnv cAll Weclaialioii Weclaialioiirfdoerselo JJcclawiollcJdvcrsc Dec1araIioi4dvcrsc
rfdoerselo cJdvcrsc 10 Action of United Slates in I Cuba
11Th under secro secroIord ecror
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rm I i wtenttnt In thn tl German Oerlll i IIe re 1 j
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the United Unitediniuba tJnItetlK
1Vdlion vmien of Unle1 Unle1In
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I RECOMMENDJW RCOMM RECOMMEMDNEWARMY D NEW ARMY POSTS
abntQfl Fcl > llThe 11hc report ot otof otaJ atI
I tttJ hncton aJ of liiei ltI runuinB rlllilng army nrnY oin oinT ointin
J I Jrhd hy IIUILCI jkUt4iCtL Mlcwhlch MlcwhlchtM MUeswhtch MUeswhtchri
ri tin tt nUStlon qulon of r army Irm posts poststit 11UIIIII
II I 114t li pUb I i tit II th fl war WOtl department departmentv lurtmnt lurtmntv
v iv h hI uonul reiominenfla re OnI1el < tho e eMiiwnl el eltM1 en ent
tM1 t Miiwnl 01 of the following olollnl now nl posta postafou 110St 110StC jontjC
or In the lleIf thel1
C fou In II reslii1 regllcnllf Infancy
i If of h 111 < > AnrtlP Anrl1r4 Cal lnl at one OlO for a aif n nI
8 I Dt if I Isvuiry Illr on 01 the camp uI11 site sitetin IIO IIOthl ttO ttOtin
tin Sii SUd0lcnlo Imlento ranch rlnch one for tO O a avtt 1 1I itnfl
I > vtt nfl D of Itifuntiy Hi the vicinity Iolnly of ofaeMf atF I IJer
F aeMf Jer rtU t N M one for fO a n teglmsnt teglmsntiim Icgllnt i iI
I it iim nl it a t Cloprnors IOPInoll Wand blold Now NowHarbor NewYk Nevtarbor
T Yk Harbor tuhrj one 01 for n loglment 1lllOonl of
I K I O EDWARDS FIRST LEVEE
ho Feb llKInu Edwards EdwardsM B lr s sIH
M I KIK IH ilnrf flC his hi iI accession octlulrl to 1he 1hellllUI he thettive hettnw
ttnw llllUI MB aa h held id at 61 t JatneH JIIUK palace nt ntMM ntI
MM I D tofty ami was IIIK wa on 01 cxrcptlonally cxrcptlonallyWHlwt exrelitollll
WHlwt MI IQt unction luntlo The Prince Pllnc of ttthLjketf WnK WnKft Wnll Wnllt >
ft t thLjketf tote of f Connnught lolnught and nn other hiem hiemUi tnOntli
Ui 11 of the royal rOllllrl amlly were present presentM
M j 1 inmbtri m rbr of the diplomatIc 1lllomllo corps corpnwcfflffrs 10111 10111at1 corps4h1L
at1 4h1L wcfflffrs orrPflld t1tcr and nd naval anti nnl military militaryt mlll
t rJ r i wre uP Jiresfnt resenl The king kllK who whoftiU whoflld whotl
ftiU flld tl manhuls mnthll unlfoim unlloll untoinn drovo drovoan IlrovoIIm
IIm an n 11arlblough llirlbofough house husI ieun to the tll garden gardentnitincs gallcn gallcnfDlmc gariletiifltiflce
tnitincs of the palace escorted lcorlell by life lifeOn le lera Iltegiard
ra giard On hi hts arrival nrlnl theta his mil milit 1Mletv majeitv
letv it nann a retl reeIve1 lvpl 1 by the hn high Illh olTlccrH olTlccrHol ofceIl omcerittthibnuetoiI
ct ttthibnuetoiI L t hOUMhol ol < l and was conducted co nil ucled by bythi h hIh bythi
thi lord io ih lhamhtrlaln mfrluln and lord ntewani ntewanit Rtewnrl RtewnrltG
t tG tk tho royal ryl redIng ret 1lng room where whelf he hev bem heaitUupIit1y
v m i wt nllqupnly aitUupIit1y iU > ntiy joined jolnl by the other othermi oll otherMtbr
n Mtbr mi mht nof 01 ilia t royal family fam < I r A pro prof ra rat1
f t1 limn IOn lo RJJ 9 then formed ant proceeded proceededwMthrone
wMthrone I in e Ibro throne e room ormll where onlllroccelll11 the members
mOl Inelblrl
QI f tw I rural family took
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ti tllle tlie t i HI fi of r his majesty In 1108110n order of ofThe atbsgan
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111 red 10 toter net oinpetltlon ollltlllon for or mom memunlvcislty
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r RIchmond ra P1wln 1111 1ntl lcl Ib I llIrot Pro John Johnn1un1
t nke II Ih n1un1 OPIonll H Ii Ieparlng Ieparlngth IItparluK
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baltnt bi IUCf rlln rtIn Th The bnloonl ballcoaM ° ° < wilt
up from 10 urhm n i ° nd centervlllc wi
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d dei el wtt on TI Tlese cn Trujillo ruJlo toulht fought
In 1lh 11I01 In a SUlooft
D blh IhO th Ralool nt 1011 1oii
Ir hiler ttter UM almont
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Inl11hntber8 teceivpc
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T4lll0 rI Jlo Ihlh Who ho hI Ii VH dll died 8ernI110url ateraI INlvploU1 rnI hours Inter lnlera Intel
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IHUTISI bRITISh SrI O RSRmS
fU TIIi Sut ot he c 11
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Satle flttle Wnh asti Feb
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tiasks alak IU8 I 1Plql dlIltoh dIIIteh frm from
I Ion CXw 111 10 111010 llBrtlln llBrtllnand
Utt2 aI1do 1 < bl been Inken K In the stnrUlnr stnrUlnrI tnuehi
MHhIflg luch
w 3Wing Inr Illt Iettr ICRlhll r irltt rUINton tflleNttflfl thAn the 01
htv ur llUen Iy by Collector J
AIUka
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t W Canadian tIf ahel that nrlth flrltlsi veselM
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tbp an IWUt IicrIn
haLlt au o IIrlni Ila ea are In intbp
bteb Calling 811ng a nalaska
ft
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protecton protection In baJ bld
United States In Cuba On the con contrary COl contray ¬
tray UOI nlf her latg majestys IllJCRtyt government governmentdeclined IOVNnl81t IOVNnl81tr governmentleelincil
declined r ollCd to usHtnt a lt to to any such luoh pro proposal 1110IJ09al projiosAl
posal posalPAUNCHKOTB IJ09alIAUNCJIOTI jiosAlVtUNC13FOT1
PAUNCHKOTB IAUNCJIOTI WILL NOT TALK TALKWashington TAIIWI TAL1Vitshlngtomm
Washington WI hhIKIOI Feb HWhen 1When Inquiry Inquirywas Ilqulry IlqulryIlns
was made Ildo ut lt the llrltlsh 1lltsh embassy cmblY today todayrelative toluy toluyrelato todayrelative
relative to tin recent lOCOlt dispatches pur purporting PiI vuromtIng ¬
relato
porting to tl give tho action letol of Lord LordPauncofoto Lorilauncofoto
IJollng Pauncofoto lIUlcofoto Just Ilvo prior to the Hpanlsh Hpanlshwar Hlonl h
war tho umbnsHador IlbnAHltol sent lent word that thatthere thntthoro lintthere
there 11 waa Wlf absolutely nothing lothlng to bo hI said saidby MhlLy saidby
by him for publication uhlcutol It I Is II under underBtood underIJod understood
stood IJod that If I there l II lu any Iny occasion occn8101 for forLord tr trlorllluuncctoteH tarLord
Lord lorllluuncctoteH Iaunccfotes taking tailng cognizance cOlnlzulco of ofthe ofthl oftie
the thl controversy onlovll8yhl he will wil communicate communicatedirectly l eomntnunlcfltellIeCtIjP omlUllclle omlUllclleIhelty
London foreign otllce otllcewhich otkPisimich
directly with the LOllOI fOlohm 0111 0111whllh
Ihelty wlh
which whllh will wi determine rllcrllne upon ulon any lY public publicutterances publicutterances 1lc 1lcutlrolcel
utterances to ho made madeMQHover 11111 nhtt1Alomeovor
utlrolcel MQHover there Is reason to believe believethat hel believethat eve evethltlhl
that the foreign offloe Is I already Illmdy In pos posHcsnloii jIOSseasloit
thltlhl forolfa ufco 10 10cljlll
Hcsnloii of all tho papers bearing htQIIII on the theInterchange thoIllechnngn lie lieInterchahigo
Interchange Illechnngn cljlll ni on al tho Inpcll Hpanlsh war Wil and andtlmt nll nllIml amidturd
be 11 nub nubmi nubmitted
tlmt nothing 101hln wjilch could now 111h 111hmltoll
Iml mi mltoll mitted tied would 0 u I alter 11101 the 01 mutation Hlllton ns nsheretofore 11 iiihioretoforo
heretofore laid before baforE the British Drllhh au authorities aUthorlte8 flutliorltles ¬
thorities thorlte8
Infantry In II the UII vicinity lcIIIU of Washington WashingtonI WlshlMtOI
I D C north 10lth oitIi of tho Potomac Potomlc river lIelj one onefor 010 010fO omwfoi
for fO It battalion Imlllol of infantry IIUII In II the lied liedlllvor Hell1vor ted1tIvem
lllvor valley vulo In the vicinity of Crooks Crookstonono CIOOKSton
1vor tonono ton one for a I regiment leJhnelt of f Infantry Intlll on onthe 01 08the
the camp COrp die HI In II the Ihl Conowugo lonowugo valley valleyPa vllo
Pa when WIII piucllcablc piucllcablcTho
PllCtllhlo PllCtllhlo1ho
11 Time 1ho sites recommended leCtJllenlml for fa I thefour thefourpermanent the foul four fourierm1iamieIit
permanent OIllnalt eumjis 011111H ore oreOne oreOle areOne
One Ole In tho vicinity lcllly of Chlckamauga ChlckamaugaPark ChlcomlulQ
Park On 01 one at Fort Riley lUu Kan I Kim uu one oneIn ole oleIn oilsIn
In the Ihl Conowngu lonOII 1 valley uly In Lcbannon LcbannonDauphin IebannonVIU LebanflonDauphin
Dauphin and Lancaster counties Pa Paone Patitle
VIU lln 1luclYte cOlnle In Inont
one on tho Nnclmlento Nlrlmlenlo ranch In Mon Monterey MOi Ioli Iolilayer ¬
ont
Cal layer tOty ai nnd Situ Snl Luis LIIK Ohlspo counties countiesCal COIIUeH COIIUeHCui
CalTho The rh bonrd honrllCCOnl10ldR locommotids that the Iht neo neoessHiy Iea IeaIM9MIy micecHsltty
essHiy surveys be made ld of the Naclm Naclmlento Narl nclni nclnilento
lento ranch and n1 tho Conowngo Conllgo valley nlt
the ambassadors nmlnssndolR who passed lII pnes t before beforahis herorhlf beforehis
his hlf majesty IIJeHI In order Otor of precedence prEcelelce tat followed rol10w11 tatowed
lowed by h tiinlrsct tholYCIIQtnjlcI thrtl sCtrunte > rotaosund amid thonayiil thonayiilnnd thl ha 111 111Cni naSIII naSIIIaria
aria Cni military nllfrllftjjtUm nllfrllftjjtUmtulllg aflfifchW aflfifchWtaking dttiitii dttiitiitqkimlg
taking tulllg a stand slIII by b the th side of o the mem memburs niembeis 1
burs II of o the tht royal family tall Tho 1ho cabinet cabinetmlnltttTs clblnpt clblnptItll1 cabinetmttImmlatrn
mlnltttTs rs nnd Otlitis Othie theil entitled utld to u the theNlvllege th thlIlvlc theimIIlege
Nlvllege Itll1 lIlvlc ftf being preseht followed tol 0 the thediplomats th thIllplomutlllnl thediploma
diplomats Illplomutlllnl Ii und ii ni finally InolY Ii no ily the Ih t ii general Ilntrl 1 com company comlrl ofliPRIIY ¬
pany lrl Including IlcllllnJ Imlelud log Mesnrs Menll Allison AIIUI Armour Armourof
of Chicago Chllalt ind Charles Gibson mbsol of Ban Boston nOl Bantomm ¬
ton lUl passed 88ell before the he king kingAs kln klnAs kingAs
As 11 prince 1IIIIcl of Wales Kins 1llg Kdwnrd Kdwnrdmerely Id10 ldwni1merely Il IlIWrel
merely IWrel bowed bof to the presenter IlrelenleH IlrelenleHhonk or orshook nishook
shook hands hnndl with wih Intimate Inlmote friends trlellll Inn Inntoday IJI bintoday
today 10In a I new nel feature elturu was 11 Introduced IntroducedAll Intrdule
All Al those who were known Imowl to hit tun tunjcity 11 tim timjety
jcity kissed hi his hand though thollh they thlY did didnot tl didnot <
not kneel kleel im 1M was 11 customary elt011 when kiss kissing klsl micAI ¬
ing IUj I mig the th late Inlt In te Queen QUten Victorias 1lollnl hand hUIII Thu Thuking lhnking hl
king kil himself hlllolr selwted Illtte those thole who were werek 11 11tl
k 1 kiss his hll hand by extending IxlllnJ bin hand handpalm hanllIInln handntni
palm IInln ntni downward 10whwnrd wheieupon whelelilon the pr prsentee pnSfJlee pro prosentee I
sentee SfJlee placed 1llc1 his hil own hand hnll beneath 1flluth his hlrfmajestys hl hismajestys
majestys und 111 kissed kllsd the kings hand handon
on 01 the back The rlp majority IljolII of the pre preHenteos mirerientees I
Henteos lenlee therefore thorloll had llul to be contented contentedwith contlnll 1 1Ith
with t Ith a 1 simple how howCrowds hol 1118iroivils
Crowds of people peolJf witnessed wnolll the ar arilvul Ir IrIlval arrival
rival anti Ild departure of those who at attended RttOI1Irl attended ¬
tended tOI1Irl tim levee lovcr
weather weliher and am the purchase 1IIIchn80 of ofand HUPllle HUPllleInd M1IpIies M1IpIiesand
and Ind of enjoying IIJOII the privileges prlIII of the theport IheIOIt timePort
port until unt the season lallJ opens 0111 for fol them to toengtigc tl toeiigbge
engtigc 1hlo In the unlawful nlnltll and barbarous barbarousextermination blrbnrol blrbnroleiermllnton barbamousexevnilnatlon
extermination eiermllnton of the fur ur seal hen hOIt In Inviolation InIolaton inviolation
violation Iolaton of time Ihl lawn In1 of o the United UnitedStates tnllt1 tnllt1fHltt UnitedSintis
States fHltt and Iml the th International Interltlllll agreement agreementwith agreemnemitWI lmelt lmeltwih
with wih WI lii Great Orelt Britain 1rlall Until 1nl further turlhpI ad advised UI iiiiviced ¬
vised 111 on tho subject fubjeet you 0 are lre Instructed Instructedto In9trctt1
to cease celRe the thl collection cnllrton of tonmige tOIUlle du duties IU IUlel uluties ¬
ties lel on this thll class CIIS8 n fe vessels 111011 from 101 mmii all allcountries ni altcountries
countries rountllel nnd Ild to refurc lotll them the privi privilegeof 11111 11111Ie VrRilege ¬
legeof Ie lege of the thl port I rt water wu tel or fuel and andtreat fll amititreat
treat them In all ni respects hlpcctl as t vessels II8cls en engaged cnguge1 ongageil ¬
gaged In Illegal poaching poachingAny pOllchlngAny poachingAny
Any rueh vessels KllollI untying at your yourport yourport our ourliort
port hall be h notified to depart forth forthwith toitimwith ollhwith ¬
with and hi Im case of refusal 10 UIIII I to obey obeypromptly ohylltompilv olmeypromptly
promptly you fII shall seize and delay delaysuch dlllI dlllI1IIIIh delaysmimim
such vessels nml nlllllull call aii the United States Statesmnftlml SIIIIMmlll8l1nl StatenmnmsllnI
mnftlml nml 1Illll1IVtIIU revenue outter to your our a aslMtntioo nil nilIIIHlnllcl anmust
IIIHlnllclRhoulrl must slMtntioo slMtntiooShould mince minceShould
Should youfind Ytlll find from personal ex examination I1tIIInll8t1011 cxmimnlmmatlon ¬
amination that any Hitrh vessel 11I1101IIrrloA 11I1101IIrrloAII ntrlves ntrlvesIn
In absolute nh ollll dlatr Ihltrlll4 pn you will allow her herto herto herto
to obtain such relief only ai will enable enableher enableher enableher
her to return to her homo port portCntnn IlortCnlllo PortCanto
Cntnn a Pnnpnr I IIll1r Rntiirns Wealthy WealthyNow Wnlth WnlthNow enutliyNow
Now York Fob HNenrly deported deportedIn
In December last for hlH penniless con condition condillon condition ¬
dition after ho had arrived In the ntet IIleelogo nteerage > r rago
ago of the Ktrurla Thomas Mulhcln Mulhclnot 1lllIllnof
of County Dublin Ireland will 11I sail sailback 1411back nailback
back to his native nil 1 10 land In a short time timewith Umawllh timeivith
with 90000 In his posscMlim posscMlimMore III slulun slulunIoro
More than 65 6 years Inrll old he came to tosee toIN tosee
see hl lila brother Patrick 90 yearn tRIM old oldwhom ohlwholll oltiiihmommi
whom ho knew Im to he poising lllg away In InSullivan InlIulIlIIlI inSuilivan
Sullivan Maine and although II rJl becauso becausoof hcrOIlo
of o big tim detention nt Kills Island llInd he hind hindly hnlllIy imaniby
ly reached his brothcrn bedside hlll hlo beforo beforoIt
It uns too late ho me was not forgotten forgottsnBy orlotten1Ir
By B the ttnriH of the hitters will ho was wasmade Wtlllmlllle Svflhimnndmi
made a comparatively wealthy man lie Hepurposed lieIlIIrpool lieIiumrpoes
purposed to itturn to Ireland and enjoy enjoythe Injotho enjoythe
the competence In his declining years yearsMargaret Ylurlrnrnrcc yearsMargaret
Margaret cllcrit Hntclilcs HntclilcsDanville HlllehlcDunlIlc SmilelulcuDimfliilie
Danville III Feb llF M 1 Zellers Zellersa
a patient IloII nt III the hospital hORpl ul at the National Nationalmllltaiy ltUonolmllllol gttIonatmilitamy
mllltaiy mllllol homo here has received a let letter lottel letor ¬
tel or from the American consul CUl1 ul at Tien TienTsln Tlen8In TienTeimi
Tsln 8In China mating that his faughier faughierMargaret i1amhlerllIlgarcl aammgimiertimmrgnrct I
Margaret Xclloin had committed aol suicide aoldde ul ulchle ¬ I
cide them I Dec c 23 tt and that he had 10 10OCO
000 In gold which she had left for her herfather hertl1thel herfather
father
Cost omd or Now ow Navy NavyWashington XIYWllAhlllfttJn my mySas1ilnton
Washington Fob H lIThe The now lie navy navyhiK IInyhilll navylifts
hiK cost the United States JMS039M 9 S039I8tor S039I8torCOI1Htruotion forCommiutrimotion for forconstruction
construction and tSI3M for or repAirs icpalrson
on completed vessels es ol The ThtIe e figures figureswelt ngurtllwet ilgurcuwe
welt we supplied lln In a statement forwarded forwardedto
to the senate wenn t by II the recretary of the thenavy theIIQy themiavy
navy In response tit n resolution re olullon adopt adopted ¬
ed 11 by the semitc III February 1801 The Tlwfacts ThtJtadll Thetactc
facts tira to mill given In tabular form formwithout formIlthout formWithout
without explanatory text t Xt In addition
HIS ToniA tjS S OlGe OlGeI Of tIGta tIGtaChurch
Church of Jrsm CllrJ Christ Christri t tr
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DESEREi 1 E SEBEf S EI Y f lor 1 E r f Y1G VB lING NEWS NEWSY N di diT11UTII 17 S3 S3IitULiI VI
T11UTII AND MUHIITV MUHIITVTUESDAY 1ilti1tTYTUESDAY q
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n 1 1lUESDAY
TUESDAY JFJDJJIITUJIY 11 J 1 100SJ SALT LAICB CITY UTAH NUU NiYMBEt J U 10 If
to tlio expenditures OXll lldltlllNI iniulo nu vessels vesselsnow IIIael1lIOW tosSeiAnow
now afloat tlioro mo noveral chimps In Incourse InWUI11 inotitite
course of construction Tliese lhl H Include Includetlio IUJlIdetho lmicludethe
the Kentucky ontllck mimi Ksarsarg on each cadiof IlIchof eachIC
of which hlch un expenditure of 4000000 lum lumliooii 1l1 limisboon
boon authorized no mind tlm Illinois iii huots Imll Imllmm JIIIInll I mmdlnull
mm nll nml Alabama on end of which whichnu hldl hldlIII
nu expenditure of 3350000 IH author authorized I1l1lhorIztt1 authoriPd ¬
ized Tlioro also lire several smaller smallervtimold R snirillermsmu0lu I1U II I IvlIIs01l1
vtimold In course of construction which whichwill lilili tlmicluiIil lililiwill
will bring hrln Ito > total tolnlllil up to n considerable considerableoxtent cOl1lhllmlbluo1Clent coticideruubieotent
oxtent when the vessels nro completed completedThe 00 1111 III I IItl IItlho
The ho statement covers the period from fromHM tromtS83
HM una hoHhm with lie building of tlio tlioChicago tholhlcnfo hoCimiongo
Chicago Atlanta and Boston BostonOf
Of lie compiled vessels the Oregon OregoncoHt OrogonCOllt Oregonciust
coHt put oh greatest irentllnl11oupt amount flM5u 750II Tile TlioMnsBauhuoettii ThoMossnlhuethl Tileinssaohuettii
MnsBauhuoettii IH second In iiolnt uf oCcot uftoil ofcost
toil 6OHITG IHTm Tim cost ot ofth tho hO Maine Multiova IlIlnoWUIf
WUIf va amm 4C777 M77788HClLrollln O7778B O7778Bt4emmrolmlmmg
HClLrollln fin llurlml Treasure TreasureVlctoiln 11IIIIUreVlcJla TvencnmeVictoria
Victoria U C Fob Fa llAla meet meetIng meetIng cor corIng
Ing of tlio 1iiclllo Bxioratlnn l coinpany coinpanywhich compallwhloh comnpttUYluau
which luau recently sent an expedition tu tuCoeoi tuCoeo toCoeo
Coeo lilnml to March foe burled ttea tteanure UnIlule tmeauitute
nure the he president mated lint n latter latterImil 18ttelhnll letterimati
Imil boon received from Admiral Jfll Jfllliner IAIIINor lmuiliner
liner formurly III rommand of tho ha Brit BritUh DIIIIMh Ehtit1dm
Uh Pacllli squadron stating list If the Diepresent theIlIe8nt theUmesemit
present expedition wan it fnllnro hn hnwould hlIouhl lieiVOtmli
would Iouhl divulge tile hlillng pluco of the tliotreasure th thtlllIlIlIre thetreasure
treasure 1C lu > wan given glV ivelm II onefourth oll ourth of ofwhat orwhlt ofwhet
what UIH found Admiral Inlllier vls vlsI tisltetl IH IHlItd
lItd I k > U tho Island II coimlo of o years 011 ago agowith nMOwith imgowIth
with hli hl llagshlp ana made u search searchfor 81111rlhfOl
for am tho treasure It wan mild at time IhlllIIel1t1ng timenienting hi himeeting
meeting last night that on that ocean oceanIon occaIon areasion
Ion time udmliiil ndmllullo1l1ttl located the treasure but butdecided blltIIIcldcd butlOcided
decided to leave lun It whore It wan until untilhe unlllhf untilhe
he had hallllUIeIl lotlted front rom tho navy when he hoIntended heInlol1l1ol1 heintended
Intended to recover It ItA Iti Itit
A Jtoy 110 Cniiiinltfl fiuUIdc fiuUIdcNow BlllclticNow SmsioIultNow
Now York Fob II HClaro Claro Hannum Hannumeon I1all 1ul11 1ul11aon um umeon
eon of w V 0 Ilunnuni an assistant assistantpaymaster IINlhtlllIt111l11nstol nucictutmitpuynuiatei
paymaster of tho United StatcH navy navyresiding I1 navyiceiding Y Ylislt1ll1l
residing In Brooklyn has born found founddead f fOUnddomui un1 un11olld
dead hanging huimi gimmg In I mm his Ii in room nt a t Peddle Ia In InHtltuto IIIMlIllltl inntlttmte
Htltuto at Illghtftlon N J 1 The boy boyhad JOYhlld
had fastened Iito door and pushed a bu buIUHU buIOILU bummean
mean ugnlnst It and had hadthtlI then hanged hangedhimself hIUlgrhhu80lt hangediuimnaehf
himself by 1J a munich cord bit to a screw screwhook flCIII flCIIIhool muerrormoolc
hook over u closet door doorWhile doorWhllp uloorWhile
While tho tragedy linn every I r appear appearance IIppearnnle appearfine ¬
fine of suicide HIP general belief III Inthe IIIIho iiiilme
the school tu that th time boy bo lost his hi life lifeIn liteIt lifeltm
In an attempt to startle his hi room mate mateby matoI
by I a mnkebelleve sillcldo that turned turnedInto IUtlledInlo titimiedInto
Into a tenlble reality IM I It when It was 111 too toolato toolate
late for him to mivc himself himselfI
I n H O 1 llys BYIIlnlJlJlt Matjllity JInbillty for Fir Loss IJOHSDenver IJIIHiIIDCIIII LossDemiver
Denver Colo Feb U 111110 The Impres Impression ImpreNaloll imnpreeiumm ¬
sion iumm that the Colorado court of o appeals appealsIn
In reversing time decision of tho district districtcourt IlIIIlettourt diattletcourt
court of Kl J I Paso ao county which mile dismissed milemissed IsInlued ¬
missed II suit against time Denver flu TtluGrande ntoOlume fluOmnunde
Grande Railway company omvn for damageB damageBresulting tlBIIIUgeleslllIngrrom dammumigeemeatmiting
resulting leslllIngrrom from tho Ire which deslioyed deslioyedtnuch l1eMIloI1IIUIh denhoyculnUcll
tnuch property IJIol1 rtr In Colorado Springs on onAugust 011AUJTusl OhlAugust
August 1 183S decided that till mil milway raIlta
way ta 0 company was icsponilblo for or tin tinlo tht101lleH timebases
lo bases sen entailed 1 by It the Ills lit proven ptov to he beorroneouH heorrOlleOUH heorrommeous
orroneouH The fourt of appeals liai liaimerely imsaimmeioly
merely 1111101 derided that tho lower court courton COlItelltd eoumtcried
on cried oil In limiting the th I plaintiff to on one nf nffour otfOlll offouhi
four causes of action mit tIofl iidined In the th com complaint cOIrplaint coOtpial ¬
plaint pial ii t and In I ii axcludliig nxcimmml I im testimony testimonywhich 1lIl1Ion1which I sti miioiuy miioiuytvhmieh
which was offered 0 < 11911 rite effect of the de decUlon tllcl mimicIiomi
cUlon cl lon IB l to 11101111 run pen th tIme + question of if ilK liability ilKIJIUt liiibiuly ¬
bility IJIUt for damages ramming from time tlionre thlfllI timeflue
flue nreNohnukn fllINohrl flueNuhraika
Nohnukn Nohrl kll Bank I k Con Coimalrmi lllrll > lralorAiTcptcd lralorAiTcptcdDavid tlll t 1c miest tcl tclDavlll cml cmlDavid
David City Nob Nobfeb i Fob ob JJ0w JC1VAVge JC1VAVgeflItrootl ClIlIe ClIlIeCMIItt > fne fneCWttia
CWttia WI8111t v Siv tKV tWtit II U ltItUDIIII l rocHl lint lintnight Iutnlllllt lastnight
night rliai harked d with oiifliitrncy In con conruction 1111nctloll tonnctlop
ruction with tho failure of the Ilatto IlattoValley IhutteVmulley
Valley 11111 bank at Dellwnml U > lIlIooll He I1elH Is th ththird IhIhlrl t1ithird
third of the Gould brother to he pliued pliuedunder JlIII lmlmteetlundel etl etlunllel
under arrest Ho was turmitht tn thlH thlHcity IhlllcitY thIscity
city to nvold trouble IIH excitement > Ktlll Ktlllruns HtlltrUlis stillruns
runs high nt Hell Belllvoo wood Ihe tlnv tlnvbrothers Ih Ihbrolhel8 t immebrothers
brothers will have n trial In the dlntilct dlntilctcourt 11Illlctcourt illutmIetcourt
court this tit Is week weekllriuiVhlilc Itltntrlok tucekitrmnik
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llriuiVhlilc ntrlok lIe le Pt I1 AVnync Vmi y ime Itnrncd ItnrncdFort IIl1rlllIIFort 11mm rud rudPort
Fort AVayne Ind Ieb llDrook llDrookslilf
slilf the handsome country home of ofJohn ofJohll ofJoini
John II Ham head or the itaM lia Cur CurWheel luWheel Ccihieei
Wheel hieei foundry was totally destroyed destroyedby
by fire today nt an etrly hour The Ore Oreoriginated I1renrlIJlnattd fireorigiruateti
originated from Incrmned 1I111 f1Ier was If pressure prnuureIn prl tllll tllllIn
In fit the h furw n durlntf the night UOM UOMon 10 10on
on the Imlldlnir III tlldOw and on cmiii cmiiielite on onteiits ontentM
elite 0000 Inmimnce J11000 1I0 Hook Hooknldo Bookflldt lookSide
Side In two miles from the city cll and 1111 the tlioflro tlt tlttire theIre
tire was wholly lholl beyond control before beforetho Jetoltho beforethe
tho fire companies reached lie place placeThe IIIQCJITile lilacsTime
The Unno home wn l1I1t one aim of the hnnd hnndcorriMt hnnd11011l1l8t linralsomrivat
corriMt reiUlcnres r In time Ih state and con contRlnd comitaind contalnd
talnd many 1111111 art IreaBuros IreaBurosHIIJIKIN I IrensumvoaNegotimmt 1 > 11 rill 108 108NIIOtllltllll
NIIOtllltllll Negotimmt log 1111 IIHIi HIIJIKIN Itclcaso ItclcasoConstantinople 110111111ContAnllnople itoimasnConCtahmtimmoiiIe
Constantinople Feb H IIfho Tlw Ameri American l11orl l11orlt01l ¬
can delegates remnlnhiK at S Sill SillIIIrltlonla Seiw SeiwMacemlonia iw iwMacudonln
Macudonln after 8I r tlio failure recently recentlyof 1tOf II tI tIIIf
of nefotlnllnmi IIJotlalnllllfnr for or the rniiRomltiH rnU ol1llll1J of ofhe atIhe oftime
he abducted AmoilPtin iimjmlm ii iiMiss mlMlonnry mlMlonnryMHS
Miss Kllen EII M > 1 Stone amid her companion companionMine
Mine Thllka have > nfr again ii started startedtlatlrtiin tiegu tiegutiatlaims CU CUtill
tlatlrtiin till till 1111 with the tlieimrlgatlmu l rltfiind > rltfiindHOISCN
111111 imrlgatlmu HOISCN I Arrhc ArrhcNew it rrhlNew rn mc mcNew
New York orll 1eb UTh AtUntls AtUntlstranipoit IIllIlIatrAIIport ttiantiutrunipoit
tranipoit line stoamur Minneapolis Minneapoliswhich M 1111I111 11011 11011hlh
which nrrlvwl today 101111 from ondoii lonilonhlOlIfh Jondoubroimfht < ondoiibrought
brought hlOlIfh I ll mve 1 homes ho ovnwl ovnwlby 0 owuis4 owuis4by I11t I11tb
by b Ildwnnl Corrtifnn All the horses horseanre ho honr
are In good condition conditionIfnknown 1J011111t1oUliknowlI conditIontn
Ifnknown tn k ii mnuim Kuliooucr r Hnrtied HnrtiedC ii hltlll1llCapo U tim cii ciiCape
C Capo po May III N J Tab UThc hulU hulUof hulltor humiltof
of time unknown whooner whlrh wall uusburned wallhurut11 wasiutmrneui
burned ni 11 Ma lust night oft this place placeIs plRIItIlIlIonthll luau luauin
Is lloathiK about In thu leo this mornlnct mornlnctn IIornllln
n few C > w miles off shore The crews of oflive oflive
live livesaving stations went to the theuwliitanro IheIIlf1lslanre theaesletutice
uwliitanro of 0 the burning v vessel wol > I ln IAMt IAMtnlRht kiutnight t tnlRht
nlRht but after belne out until 3 oclock oclockthey orlorlcthe ocloclttime
they the save h t up the attempt 1I1I lIllt to 0 IOMMIH 1 1I11111r 1I11111rnnll her herand herand
and ruvvix rowed iKick to the th shore hor Mont I of ofthe ofthe oftime
the or UrWI ws were compelled to lund nt ntAnplewt ntnllle atAngieset
Anplewt nllle lI N J whon hort > the harbor Is Isprotected IIIIrol Iaimrtecmel
protected IIrol tlll the th lilch wind preventing preventingthem
them from landing at their stations stationsThe atutbonarip attoll attollfh
The fh nlRlit was nl very dark and the le lewas lu luutac 111I 111Ilnl
was no thick that It was wn almost nlnw t hn hnpOMlnle 1mIlOIMlhle liiitiossihie
pOMlnle to tomes th the haste Joo 18 throuKh It ItThe ItThe iiTue
The lire was brightest between t and IIndII
11 oclork ltst nlRlit Benfarlng men ad advance allIII1O oilVItilP ¬
vance the theory that It became hl1 llInl iwe iweary mmeeeseary
ary 10 to abandon the schooner and that thatthe thutthe thatthe
the ciew were ere taken off by a iwMlm iwMlmveepel issimmgvessel
vessel 8 Pt1 Before 1110 leaving Iflo 11 It her under Mich Michn
n condition the tl1 captain muy mu havo havodropM hnodrollletl imavodroiulld
dropM anchors and net tt flrt to the thuship thoBIIIII thechip
ship In artier tn minovo her from the thepath thopath thepath
path of patslni croft croftTUGS orotlwos craftrtTOS
TUGS TUGSDelaware ltHTtmN ltHTtmNJtlllare ltl4Tt7flNDeIWmtle
Delaware llreokwatcr Del Feb 11 IIThe 11Ih 11Time
The Ih tugs tual6nllMtil Ponuwrn N Smith and Juno Junowhich JUliOwhlrh Juimowhich
which left here h last nlRht to go to th thassistance tbausIstanee
assistance O of a whouncr on lb fire nt II Felt Feltreturned H Hreturned
returned at 2 oclock thin morning ansi amireported nOtIf1110rltt ansireported
reported that the h vessel 1 was 111 a two twomasted tIVOInolltttl twoinasteti
masted zrhooner Iloth IIo h anchors micro werudown werdown microdown
down and the schooner was a solid solidmaw 101Mmnp eoiimlnmflI
maw of o tire She was III burned to tim thuwaters th thlate1 timwatemc
waters edge and It was 18 not pna IIftltJl IIftltJlto ue ueto
to learn her name The burning ves vesMl vieel ell ellIel
Ml v 1118 > n nprently loaded with grain grainor
or soft coal on I nnd wrti mca 1104 old After fler bay leavInjf IcaYInlf baylog
log the blazing ship the two IUKH IUKHcruised CUICII1ulll tugecmuised
cruised 1ulll > 1 In the vicinity for two hours hourssoarrhlni hOllrllIIlInrrllng imaurnmwmirehming
soarrhlni for or the th crew who were tro be beI lieIIted helloied
loved I to 1Jf > K aflOAt In a small mat Al Although AIthoulh i ithough ¬
though they Ihe sent W > 12 1 rockets their theirsearch thllrlloorrh theirscorch
search wus nOL successful and both > re returned r rtillllId rjiturned ¬
turned hero The stoam pilot flIot liont liontIllla licmitlillut
Illla extendinl the hunt until IInl I daylight daylightbut
but saw V nu n signs of the be mining crew
7ilsl1gWMer 7ilsl1gWMerI
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Causes No fear fearI fearSoulicr I
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Southern Pacific Not Afraid of It or of Having Trains TrainsMown 7 7roins11own folnslJown
Mown Into the Lake LokeSpced Speed the lie Great Desldcra DesldcratumUlg DcslclcratUI11lJIO Desideratutulii
tumUlg Summer Resort ll k6rt irt at Promontory
Coionol olott 1 T n 1 Webber hnd nil littcrost littcrostIng
hug talk with Chief Knslnecr Hood Hoodund I1olialll1 llo th thmud
und ionornl Mntitittin nll1 ter Ktuttsahnltt of ofthe IICIhe ofthe
the Bnuthorn taoine on the through throUhliline throughline
line IIn situation Mr Hood titnlud that t
000000 ton tons of it tlirou tlu llijh li freight Was was1passing wa Wasimacelng I Il1II8In
passing over thu Central and 011 Union UnionPacific Unlol1I11f1r llmilQttIneIhlc
Pacific lines To bring tlmt t freight freightsouth fl fmoIgftsoutim IG IGt
south t < lUlh uf the lake nnd then north again againwould agnlnwould againwould
would cost flBfl UO per ton mOl thaI maim to totako 10Inko totake
take It straight across tli > lake uH uHpropomed 1I uthimoPOeSti
propomed 1110110 < 1 and 11 when were till udvan udvantQu advnntRltell udvafltnen
tQu tRltell N that would compensate for this thisMr thl8Ir timiiilMr
Mr Ir Hood Htatud that till > main thing thingnow timingimoir
now Is to secure the shortest lino be between bootween betureen ¬
tween ocean and ocean for OJ the Union Union1adllc Unionla UnioniaeIik
1adllc la I 1 and towards this end the elm clttiro 011tlro elmtire
tire energies of the roads udmlnlHtra udmlnlHtratlon udrnllll tm tmtlOIl
tlon are Mug directed dlrtol For 1 111 JI l miles mllCMthw mlh1IIho milestimu
thw Southern Pacllio will trestle and andtill apdtill
till through water running tn a depth depthof
of 30 O feet and ns n to tile oKrilliatlong of ofthe ofmu
the mu lake Mr M II r Hood said tlmt thin com company compllllY 01mmvanY
pany would Lillld lIvA or six feet t above aboveI nllovcthp abovetimc
I thp lie level at the time of construction constructionand
and be loiuly nml to rxlAe the trackH If Ifnecessary Ifnllesllt Ifneceessry
necessary 10 tent higher The JI com company cOl1pliny c0mflImumly
pany had engaged Hovcral tlmoe In Inrncas InIIICO iiihmucna
rncas with rising rllhl wnttui > and he folt foltIn lllitIn feltIn
In the view of Pint oxiierlfine that the therosourccd thelfttIOllrceaJ timeresources
resources of thu railroad rR hOlul company companywero III1IIRn III1IIRnwlru
wero sulllclently ample to nnabto It to tocopti toCOp tocope
COp with any nn possible lluctuatlonn of ofthe atthe oftime <
the lakes level Mr II Hood stated ho hohad 110Illul lieimitul
had taken abundant soumlimrs and andobservations andOhIutlolIlI andohaerimitiommn
observations which convinced 1 him tlmt tlmtwhat thlltwhat tlmmutwhmt
what the company was WIIJlllllollt about to do was wasthe wnH1Iit suastue
the HUller thing Ihllllflhe
The conversation bum with Mr Kruttsch t rutt lh
r 1 I
jjt Illtl litmade mntlo It t further plain dint the theInTpn theJ1r1rQtI
InTpn 1111108 and Houthern Pacific lines linesenllz IInlltl1z ilneaI
I enllz that comiietltloii eummmpeii thifl on limo tll north northVlllt 1I0rthYll1i imortimIt1i
Vlllt It1i tile Jnmes J i Hill lines makes Inllk It Itiqrilfwt ItJlltlllNt ItZilmmrmirect
iqrilfwt thut the shortest connections connectionsdo
Xbli III do the tim business and the fact that thatimnaelflc tllatfllPIICI thatttJtlmiliUCIII
ttJtlmiliUCIII fllPIICI imnaelflc c connections 1 time Ill being beingMo hllIgI helmmgfljhhe
fljhhe Mo I ot a very 11 extensive and Import ImportIt II1IIoltlchat1lcllJr ftmiportlTItt
lTItt It character with th time northern roads roadsikw Ioallclk roailnulomu
nulomu clk ikw tllt it the ibm more lncumlM IUC l1lhent > nt on the theft then timeanL
anL ft of tim moore southern lines to tolicit toII tolimt9t
licit II this vumiwtltlon In the shortening shorteningp
iii p of time and reliability of terminal terminalbntterlloiM t11 termmilngtt I 11111
t 01 bntterlloiM IIflntl 0111 Hence the Immense ex exBiifllturofl exnllllurOll oximilturon
Biifllturofl of money that the middle middlePflCllfo mIddletcllfc middleimicllle
PflCllfo tcllfc roads are now malting 11I < lllnl amid the theo thplooll timetpaml
looll o d through tim lake As c tu U any anybreatened BnyOlrtRle1 mummyJiNatanOmi
breatened d disaster through trains be befMotvn bfl1Jton beLii
Lii 1Jton Into the lake Mr Id r Hood 1 1111I 1111I1t < snld snldt mmciiiI1i
fMotvn I1i 1t t there were a number of placet on onpresent onle onjlii
jlii le present t main line I where iv iiumre the wind windas ivimidblair
blair W III tlerrely fie 1111 uo It possibly could couldulddn coullloUhlnl1 couldI
I utotmiil ulddn Ill Limo lake und there were no noilts nonlll nottulmmn
ttulmmn nlll ilts blown bdoi ii from the th rullH rullHHulonil rllll1U1J101WI mm mmu1omml
Hulonil u1omml Webber Iwilovus hut time thaCithern Ihollh timeI
I Cithern llh rll Pacific Po 111 will build a grout groatmmer gl groutiVtnir nt ntlIItr
mmer iVtnir rvioit lvcui t at lie south end of ofJjojijptilorj orO ofjoiqtmimtum
1U1J101WI Jjojijptilorj O OIIIOI u where the company owns ownsrxton UWI1Htll11 imusimaimi
imi pCtwmmmiimm rxton tll11 IIu v tract Including a line lineIt IIlIe1111I11 ihmmeamid
It 1111I11 and deep water with plenty of ofnater ofI ifuET
uET I fnt nater r springs and lIIlllIlI all the th natural naturaloundlugN IIl1turlillrIIulldIlJlrH tmtituriiieuriuutndbimge
lrIIulldIlJlrH oundlugN desirable for 01 such a re 1 1qtl rojoncl
onQI 10 Webber eblm states It utes that the at atof ntt attiuit10
t tiuit10 i of the th nil mllwuy I way ofllcluls was scumsIirmtly on onoourtHius
111 Iirmtly qtl oourtHius and 1111 1 no rellcctlons rellcctlonser relleetionamIever
mIever Ii eV8r er wcie mm ti made on Salt lnKc IB 1MlLiui Ie It Itsimply Iti
iui simply a I matter of straight buil builwhliti bumilreuiiii
reuiiii 1 J whliti mi imIi Ii the railways proposed proposedsuch IIlIlpolICdJ proposedtdtsim
J tdtsim i it TJ such IIII h a course as appeared 1111 > 11111 to totho 10JI ii iithignu
JI thignu 11 tho iii most economical and profit profitthe profithi profitRi1fim
Ri1fim j hi the end eilj
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1 STATEMENT STA TbJ TEifEN71 fBN1 UTTER U11JJR1iy UTIERiluuJN4TIJKIfDLY j f 11 I
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1 cAN uuJN4TIJKIfDLY PJleIEDL Y FALSE FALSEf FALSEPierh1t1tTOephi
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f 11lIItQ Pierh1t1tTOephi t JOsoph F Smith wnlll waelitjhtfi tilrij J f > afSd f t d today tOllo by 11 a represcnta represcntao
1 Ito tlvoAawoclntlon II o or o the Nown as to the Hlat lI tlt iMiLnfie JIii report of the Ministerial Ministerialfhlvf 1Il1nl MinisterIalicintiomi > torllll
1 Aawoclntlon that Jotcph Jo > eph F Fdent SIn I II W1O Cll fhlvf imiuf counselor coulle lor to 1iesl 1ieslsaid real +
1 1 dent Snow Sno rmow anti now no President Presidenteating t jO m j i1iimmmid i8nld said In 1S9J while dedl dedlre dciiieating 1
eating cntln a meetinghouse m Iayioni Iayioniwives III t lit 1 aro re of o your polygamous polygamoustlvo f
t wives w 1 Ill We W dont naro a I for Unflle Unfllei UnfllePresident nn n h imu imuPiesldeuit
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1 President Smith declared declaredsuch inns hO t cimipi 11 I Isu mu milly lly I never said any anye anything
such su h thing elthor ellhQIRt at Payson Paysonna r on or or i rt me j i e I have expressed oxplel etl my myJitrapted mylenUlIJOnt myentfln
± lenUlIJOnt entfln nt na n to time fumlllei fumllleithem dt Jitrapted IJtll191I plural marrla namriagem namriagemimmtt e ejatc
f + tltjlll4 llltlJI4lhOllllP P immtt Iauate i jatc and ntiCIt carji ea for forHut Q or ortimmii I Ithem
them In every 111 proper 11ru or way WU J wiy wiyto IIt O iiott W Hut the remarks attributed attributedLAND atiributemix 1
j x to mo about tml Sam I never Ol yct vmi made 11 1 and an the II statement that I did didIs dIdl 1
1 Is l ntteily IIttul and wickedly false1 faheeLAND i 1
+ H + + I + I + H + + 111IHItHH + It + HooH + I + H HLAND
LAND FOR THE UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITYSenator
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Senator Rawlins W Will iII Introduce abill bill to Give it Part of Fort FortDouglas fortDouglas FortDouglas
Douglas ReservationAlso Forty fod Acres for 0 A R RDouglas RDouglas RDou1
Douglas Dou1 to be b a PermanentPost Permanent PostPoygarny Polygamy Bill
Washington I n c C l Pltb b llSenator bURenatorOllInll llSenatorUawllns 11Senatoritawlins
Uawllns will Introduce a bill I granting grantingJhrt
Jima University of Utah at Bull Bullland I Lake Lakeiimmmil k k111I111
land f tlOIll i oin lort Uoitglan mltltaiY mltltaiYvntlon mess 11ttI11RUorl messcatIon
vntlon and forty fori aci aries a to O 1 A II for forcemetery torcemiry forcemterypurpoes
cemetery cemterypurpoes purpose Also ItM1 a bill granting grantingthree grtntlllStlmt grnmmtIntlmree
three pltre of old nrdnunoe to state RttItvel RttItvellnl1l vet vetinns setinns
inns of Indian war lira Similar bills will willhe stIllii 11I 11Ih
he h Introduced IntrlllI In the houso hou o by II Congress Congressman ConlreIIIln ¬
man Sutherland SutherlandOODKN utftericndOC41lN
I IOemlCN
OODKN PIJIIMC 11UILDIXC 11UILDIXCThe a
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The senate natl committee tOday t lltI reported reportedfavorably 1 reportedfavorably llorlf1flornll
favorably on bill appranrlatlng liOOOCO liOOOCOfor Ooo I Ifor
for public building at Ogiten OgitenlOUai OItl1n1I0UOA OgmienlOtJOiAS
lOUai lOtJOiAS < A8 PKIUIAXI9XT 11 IUIANR T POST POSTThe lOSTfh
The fh he board of o general RtnelUIIJUlwltl ollloor of army nrmyof nlm nlmof
of which ien AlllM Is president JJr shllnl ap appolntytd opIlOlntJtlt aimpointyld
polntytd to repot rejort llolt t on tIm location JOL uloll and anddistribution nn amiddbmtmibatiom l lIltlltrtbutloll
distribution of army am pout and camp campslteH ennuiattus
slteH have hll recommended rtt Tort Douglas Douglasas
as permanent headquarters with 12 12wnimiilPH 12I1I 11omnpcumutpe
wnimiilPH I1I Inlell > of Infantry and two batter batterlea mutterlea
lea l of ll held lil nrtllliry Port Duchesne Duchesnet DllchellltloGlmanllt DuicimeammeIern1anemmt >
t loGlmanllt rmanent two vo troops of cavalry cavalryJlols cavalryBoise
Boise temporary ono troop of cavalry enI enIFort
Fort WaslmWe Wyo temporary no noassignment 110uSShrnllllIt mmusignmnetut
assignment of troops troopsPOLYGAMY IroollllIOLlOUtY troopsPOLuUAMY
POLYGAMY BILL IIHAIUXO IIHAIUXOThe I1IMm B tAltUQThe O OThe
The houso committee on Judiciary will
IIU lmitta n Iissning henrlne on Feb 24 to listen to toarguments tnIIIIII4Jta totr9umn4flti
arguments on a proposed hill ngalnst ngalnstpoiyfrniny msinmmt11013rnnmy
poiyfrniny poiyfrninyPEnilAULT 1101f 11013rnnmy1fR1tAUI4T hl hlinnHA
PEnilAULT innHA UI1 INVE8T10AT10N INVE8T10AT10NThe INESTI 1NrtON 1NrtONThe <
The Perrault Investigation has ended
The l 11IJ toport of the department Inspector Inspectorwho inspectorsvh I
who svh hl wnt to noise nol exonerates the he sur surveyor Illrfbr sumrveyOr ¬
veyor rho president bus lie rtjicrt and andttlU sailselli
ttlU IU probftbly reuppolnt Iernuilt The Thenomination 1hnontll1ntlon Thenonilauiomi
nomination of Warren tree 11I reported reporl d fa favombly faorum tavorably
vombly orum today IOOa todayS
S IOOaIRNSJONS
PBNSIONS PBNSIONSIdaho IRNSJONSIdlho IRNSIONSIdaho
Idaho pension penslonlnrBI Increase Henry
Trtwn TltlInr1 nl Jrangeville II Ii t widows
Mary J Oursld o orlt Itt Moscow n nIOST S SPOSTMASTRIIS 8rosVMASTmtS
POSTMASTRIIS POSTMASTRIISPostmafttftrs IOST rosVMASTmtSVostmumastersIdnhoitaymmmnnil IASTJmS IASTJmSlostl1lnlllIId
Postmafttftrs VostmumastersIdnhoitaymmmnnil Idaho hol1yIllOlltl ltaymoml Dear Door1IIIIe j3e j3eLuke
Lake county loUnl lottfrleml Ewhler E vice viceJ
J H Holmes resigned resignedWyomlnfrLovcll
WyomlnfrLovcll Ulg Horn county
T J 1 Cooke vice I 1 W waters removed removedPATENTS tflnovedIATENTS removedPATENrS
PATENTS PATENTSPatents IATENTSratentll PATENrSPuutenta
Patents Issued 18sull1UlahChoR UtahChas Corns Gomeman OomlIIln Cornsnhmumi
man Cedar Valley Vall railway velocipede velocipedeWin
Win mmm M Gross Ogdenexcavator OrtnexC tor Frank FrankP
P Wilkin Salt Lake store goods lift lifter IIttCI ¬
er erMr Mr and Mrs M A Owyn of Cildwell CildwellIda
Ida nro here
YOUNG ROOSEVELT IMPROVES
Oroton Maaa Feb > b 11 nncournglug tIJncournlhllIeWIl nncournglugnewH
newH came from the Qroton school In InUrinary InflTtn inurinary
Urinary flTtn l where the son of President PresidentItoosevelt l1reMhlontHOOltolt PresidentItoomuavolt
Itoosevelt Is III with pneumonia curly lourlytotll1 earlYtoday curlytoday
today totll1 nnd brought a measure of re relief reo reolI re11sf ¬
lief lI f to the anxiety which hud grown grownsteadily growlifltolldlly growmmsteadily
steadily during the preceding 2 H 4 hours hoursFollowing boursFollowIng hoursFollowing
Following the announcement yesterday yesterdaymorning yeHlerdaymorning yesterdaymoornhmig
morning that tho disease had selred selredupon 1I selredtmpon lretl lretlIIpon
upon both lungs of the patient the thenews thlnews thenests
news from room the sickroom hnd not been beenreassuring beenfenlllurlnl beenreassuring
reassuring and last night when the thepresidents theIlroaidents timeimroaidcnte
presidents family famll doctor summoned summonedfrom sUlIlIonoofrom eumnmnonotlfrom
from Nsw York had pronounced tho thocase timececo
case serIous and later when hell the voice voiceof olctJo
of o the lad could be heard outside uut ldo of ofthe ofthe ofmime
the building in which he lay In as h hmed iiiraved lie lieroved
roved In the delirium of the disease diseasethe I1IstRIIthe diseasethe
the gravity of o the situation Increased IncreasedAt
At S3b a tn however came the theword theWON tImeword
word that the rrlils In tho left lung lungthe IUII IUIIUhe lungthe
the one In whIch hlch It first developed developedhud
hud been satisfactorily passed and andthat undthnt andbutt
that the patient allowed Improvement Improvementand II I Ionll
and everyone about the Institution es especially e elfrlnllY eSieclaliY ¬
pecially President Roosevelt and mmd the theboyH tillb timeboys
boys b mother became more cheerful cheerfuland ciieertmtand
and hopeful hopefulB6cyortclyou hoperullitcyCortelyou hopefulHecy
B6cyortclyou Hecy torteiyou gave out the Informa Information Informatlon information ¬
tion that the presidents son on was bet belter b betIcr l lter ¬
ter this morning He said that a little littleplaurcsy littleJ1leuleI littlemieumemy
plaurcsy had developed In one lung but butthe Luttht butthe
the temperature tL m lrutlirc > and respiration rCl lraUon had haddistinctly hadtlllIl1cUy haildistimmetly
distinctly Improved ImprovedAt
At t U oclock Secy Corttlyou made
the timefoiiowing following statement statementThe totmentTho
The condition of the boy since the thefavorable thlfllomblc thetitsomble
favorable announcement of o the morn
Ing ling rolnalnod unchanged and the thepleuresy thepIOUI1I1I timemlouiosy
pleuresy which was II developed tlpelu e thU thUmorning Ihlamorning thmtsnmormmimmg
morning has proved to be very slight slightthus slightIhull slIghtthus
thus far farWhile fillWhlll fatWhile
While the change for time better In Inthe IIIIhe intime
the opinion of the doctor cannot h hcalled IJe IJerolled becalled
called a decided one It Includes II more morefavorable 1II0reIorall morefavorable
favorable condition of both respiration respirationpulse rlaplrotlolllulIe respirntioimliaIse
pulse and mmnu tcni IOl1lJetuture > erature The crisis crlsUwhich crlslJlwhich crisiswlmicim
which In the left lung lun has h be been n cue successfully luecstully cuecessuiiy ¬
cessfully passed pal oI1 II tlll to 0 be met In Intho Inthorlght Iiithoright
tho thorlght right lung A t symptom of o pleureey
has been noted III this lung IlIn While Whilethis WhileIhls Whlielila
this hns given rise to sonic frar tlw tlwthe tb tbthe timatime
the dIsease dlet lo may yet develop Into Intoplcuropncumonla Inlopleuropneumonla intopleuropncumonla
plcuropncumonla there are strong
hOlieR that the threatened complica complication ¬
tion may ml be overcome overcomeHrlght olrlolnoUrlght overcomeBright
Bright warm sunshine filled the theapartment thenpllrtment theapartment
apartment In which the th nick boy 110 y fly taywhen flywhen icywimen
when the doctors made their morning morningexamination mornlnXllrnlnntln immornlngmAtnlnatton
examination The Ill conference lasted
half an hour Then Hecy tY Cortelyou Cortelyoumade lorl CortelyoUiambi IOu IOunull
made null known the encouraging news newsThe 1I1V8Th osuvaThe
The Th doctors snl saul l thin morning that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the plcannnt weather hns had much to todo totlo totin
do toward bringing brln llI about the more IT 0 1 sat satisfactory antIsctary satInfector ¬
Infector condition ot the patient patientMrs pallnIr patiuntMrs
Mrs Ir Iloosevelt was at the infirmary Inilrmaryall IlIlIrmarnil
all nlxht The president pre lllent was there un until IInIII Unill
til midnight nnd then retire nt the thehome thehornl timehome
home of Dt D Wm Amos Gardner At Ataa AtIlt Atan
aa early eul hour tour this morning he loft the thehnufo thehou timeitoU
hnufo hou to visit vl lt the patient and escort escorthis floorthi eucortimla
his hi Wife to breakfast Dr Lambert Lambertot Lam rt rtof
of New ew York whom tins preildcnt pre ldent
mtmmoned yeeterdny to attend his son sonWHS SUitthuM 011 011Willi
WHS the Ih Jliet to greet rent the chief exwu =
live and to tell him th time jiluusunt news
1 Ih h inesldont i remained In I mm the Intlr Intlrnrnry lutlrInary I mm ml r rimiary
nrnry but Jut a short time and when lie liersHiipeared hI1tJ111I it
rsHiipeared 1tJ111I eI1t8It > Mrs Hoonevelt acoompsn
j Id il hltn to t the Ih Gardner homo wliet
breakfast was IIn nerved red It wns w scarcely
nn hour before Mr 111 Uooaevelt roturtiwl
to h hllr r watch over her comm on
The boy wan restless the greater part nr nrof
of time night but finally fell 11 Into 11110oUIIIId4HIl n nHound I II4oUmnl
Hound oUIIIId4HIl sleep From this ho awoke tlila tlilamorning 11111IlInrnlllr lii liilmiornmimi
morning showing the effect alr of the
rest restMr
Mr Portelyoii mid today
The president Is I In constant com comintinlcailon comInUnlcRtlon corntlitltmieatiumm
intinlcailon with Washington nnd Alii ta tawell 181ell Ictiell
well up to date with public mumifllo bualnesi btusltmtiimtics
MISH Alice II le Roosevelt Rooe IUhIlO t hni not leri leriuuminoned IHllnlilllnrnouttl imsinHlmhnmnoiil
uuminoned to Iroton < nnd will lint b bunless lJa lJaunlllII betmnlecc
unless the th situation becomes nmoli nmolimoie muohmore immusimloom
more grave Ill e f
Nothing whatever has been heard
here from official sources concernlng
any UII rhunge IlIl1n In the plans lal1 of Prince lick Hclity HCIIIV lickmy
ty and the launching of the emperors emperorsyacht emperorlIchl emumperarsyitcimt
yacht will take place on th time date Al Already nlteluly iiimainly ¬
ready decided utHin utHinMis IIllonAItI tminimmAlma
Alma ruwstivtlt Is very Vir well She lme ID IDstanding isstamuling
standing the struln exoclleiitly
The president spent some time timeiit at the
Infirmary luring the forenoon Those ThoseMi Tl10uwilli Thoseirimo
willi Mi are 111 attending the three lIm other maya boynwho mayawiuo
who ho are sick at the school all hnd en envouraglng tilleOlltlIlrln aimtOmmrumging
vouraglng reports to send to tho differ differcut differlit
cut lit homes today The situation alto altogether Ahoelher altoijether ¬
gether shows a great reat change from lImo tlll1deprellol1 lImodepreautwu
depression of yesterday yesterdayPaiNCK ysiterdeylBZNCI tllierdft tllierdftlIUNCIU
PaiNCK HflXUY lIJ1J HY WILL COMH COMHBerlin co COMIIBemhla m mJJttlin
Berlin Fell llPrlnce Henry of ofruula
PriiMla will sail for the United Stated Statedon
on Saturday as nrran murrangeti sd Kvon If Ifshould ItChou1 ifsimoukl
should President Itouoevelt sons Ill Illness 11lIess illmieNs ¬
ness result fatally tlltall Nfoie that time It
is I probable that the prince wilt enter enterupon IlItClIupon Plmtelupon
upon the Journey unless un111 It should ap all1Onr
hear to be President Hoosevelts deslro deslrothat 11elrothM misalvothat
that his hi visit b be deferred or omitted omittedaltogether omit omittedaltogether loll lolloltoltether
altogether altogetherTho
Tho Associated Press bulletins lull ¬
ing of the condition of President Hooio Hooioviilts 1Iooutstmlts
viilts son have been sent to Prlmo PrlmoHenrv 111111lIfnr lmimmmimfmtirt
Henrv tit time he nchloasi lime prince princemanifested plhllemnnle8ttd princemanifested
manifested anxious Interest In them themexpressed IhllnxprellHf11 timemnexpressed
expressed his sorrow at young Roose Roosevelts tOORlIts ituocsseits ¬
velts Illness and wild he ii hoped ho howould howlluM itoivotmid
would recover recoverIt 1 reco COIelIt tii tiiIt
It Is understood both Rtnperor I tnpelor Wil ¬
liam and Prince Henry lIenr have sent per personal persohmmul 1 ¬
sonal messages to President Hoosevelt HooseveltTho
Time first Impulse of prince Henry Henrywas Hellrywallo lletmry55hil
was wallo to postpone him trip or give IIh It up upAltogether upsitogitlier
Altogether He was ns advised how however howrflr 110wVer ¬
ever not to make this decision decisionSecy tffIHlolISfl
Secy Sec Cortelyou says that the pleu pleuily 1leull pismimisy
ily ll y In the right lung Imn been check checkThe cheoltlllfhe
The left lung lUll remains the same Mr MrCorttlyou Mrort Mrmimtciyotm
Corttlyou ort I ou said We Ve want It distinct distinctly ¬
Iy understood that none of the bull bulletins bulltllIl bulltins ¬
tins should bo taken us encouraging I
but I lt au merely favorable for fo the reason reasonthat lUIOttlmt ressotimnmt
that unfavorable bulletins ara expected expectedduring tlXIJtlOluddllrlng tixpeotUdtmring
during time next 24 hours hoursAt hourllAt imotmrsAt
At 1 oclock Secy Cortelyou gnve gnveout IITIVOoUllllo gnivoout
out oUllllo the following followingTlio
Time symptoms are not utilte 1lIlte ai fa favorable tPorablo fitvorcubbo ¬
vorable as this morning This 1 1111 wav wa an anticipated 1111tlcllnlld sitticifated ¬
ticipated as from IUlII the nature of the thedltwwrt IhadIHR81 timediseaSe
diseaSe the patient pntlf > l1t is not expucted to be beUH IJeUH betin
UH wull III tonight or tomorrow au he sums waathis walthis sumsthis
this morning morningTank morningrank rnornIngTank
Tank Steamer Abandoned AbandonedLondon blllll1olllIIIondon bnimuloiiiuiLondon
London Feb I Ah HThe 1 Dutch tank tanksteamer tl1l1llslllInel tatmicatesmer
steamer I3remerhavcn 13 II from Philadel Philadelphia Ihlllllol11hll Phmllmuieirimia ¬
phia for Ant Antwerp wet p was abandoned Pub Pubfi
fi In latitude 43 longltude79 wltlfher wltlfherMem wltli her herIIlell liarttcin
Mem tube leaking Her crew wore tell rescued tellcuell memicuemi ¬
cued and hate been landed < t nt Liverpool Liverpoolby
by my the British steamer Annel Do Lar LarThe 1111r11lO18 Iarrimmapu
r11lO18 r11lO181ho rimmapufimo
The Ilremorhaven was nll n steel vessel vesselcompany vIlIolnldrtr
nldrtr I11tUw3C lQt1aJuj WJ f1 f1lvis
lvis ThtflcUim I M11 Ytlt1 jhtmtmeiicenflotroIutut jhtmtmeiicenflotroIututcompamly Am 11 iillfp 1Ttlj 1tl1tl 1tl1tlco
company companySubpoena co compamlySUihbioflhlmI nl1l1 11 y ySuhllllOIiA
Subpoena for a Hank BankCn Cashier CashierBt hlrr
Bt Louis Feb llWhen n Judge lly llyan Byan
an opened court today lotln Circuit Atty AttyFolk AU Attyjik
Folk 1 lIlk appeared before him nnd request requested ¬
ed u subpoena duccn tecum for Finis FinisK
K Marshall cashier and recently elect electd elected
ed > d pitHldent of 0 the Continental Nation National mutionci ¬
al bank Mr Marshall Is commanded commandedto
to produce before lie or the grand Jury which whichIs
Is Investigating municipal franchise franchisebribery franchlebrllM1lY fmanchmleebribery
bribery It deposit slip 1111 for or 141000 said saidto
to have been deposited In the lie bank In Inthe hIth 1mmtime
the th name of Mr Ir Marshall as n trusted trustedIn
In escrow In October IMS Mr Mar Marshall MarI Marchili ¬
shall I lali was w nt that time cashier of the thebank thBbunk timebunk
bunk He is also commanded to pro produce proU proiltuce ¬
duce U Jlte Individual ledger ef Q the bank bankshowing iatmkshowing
showing the Individual accounts of ofliobert otHobert ofIlobert
liobert N Snyder with the Continental ContinentalNational ContlnenlalNational ContlnemmtaiNational
National bank Mr fr Snydcr was lie thopromoter Ihopromoter liepromoter
promoter of I the Central Traction corn company cornThe ¬
pany panyThe 181
181Till The most notable company of wit witnewws witnesses It ItIteMII
nesses summoned during turin the I pres present presentInvestIgatIon nt ntInvestigation I II1WIJtIallon
Investigation were tre those tllOIIefor for whom sub subpoenas luhhlH subpoenas ¬
poenas hlH were Issued l today loda Among Amongthem Amolllth11 Amnoimgliemim
them were ue Henry Kelgenheln mayor of ofSt
81 Ixiula when hen th the Central Traction Tractionbill 1rlctlonbill notionbill
bill was passed over his veto and presS president PftlIltrml ¬
ident of the Lafayette bank and R I V VW 1 1W 9 9IV
W Meyer president lre lllellt of the city clt coun council 001111clI cotmimcli ¬
clI who signed the Central Traction Tractionbill
bill I Iiiijiri1yi
billllOIJOUPS llOLDUPSOIiST llOIJOUPS iiijiri1yi OBl SHii SHiiJoJ snrlioli 115 115Dob
Dob Sovlui evllI Stopped mid Kolibcdly KolibcdlyHighwaymen lloh ItohbcU cll by byJIIghwnymclI byihigliwuiyiiiemi
Highwaymen nt Murray Murraynob
nob Kevins a smeller man of Mur Murray Muirray llIr llIrmy ¬
ray wits n held up at the point of n 1olvtr re revolver mssolver ¬
solver on the Oregon Short Llna tracks tracksnear trA tracksriser k kJlllar
near the th Murray IUII1 depot shortly before 10 10oVlockast 10ocloek 10itiiOOk
oVlockast ocloek In Inst night and robbed of 6 5 In InKevins Inll incmiii
cmiii cmiiisasins ll
Kevins Inl says that he was on his mis way wayhome WR WRhome wayhmonie
home after being belli paid nt the th smelter smelterlast immusiterlast JeItIrlast
last night when two men with hand handkerchiefs halldIjerebl1 headkarcimiofa ¬
kerchiefs around hue lower part of oftheir ofthtlr ofluau
their facen stopped him and command commandM
M f1 him to throw Ihro up his bauds Aa Aathey AIthe Acthey
they the emphasised the request by pelt poking p pelt11mg k kIII ¬
ing III a big bi gun under his nose he hepromptly heIIIolnlltir lieIimomnotiy
promptly skied his dIgits dlglteHe 011111III dIgitslit
He reported the matter tn tho sher sheriffs lIhrlIts muimeritts ¬
iffs olllco and imd the officers were Ire at onoe onoedispatched onDlIIls onoedispatched
dispatched IIls to look Into the case caseWILL c cVIMl case1L1i
WILL 1L1i FOUN1SIULL PUUNISn 1uRN1si AIIII POWER POWERt pow m mt
t alt au Light to Supply Kittlro Street StreetHnlhvay StreetHnll StreetlLaiIwuy
Hnlhvay Hnll 11 System SystemTho S8tCtlIrho
rime Consolidated Hallway Power Powercompany Iowercompany Powerconmpany
company will cease operating the pow power VO VOer ¬
er plant of the old Rapid Transit torn torniany umIII1f urnPatty
Patty on welt Seventh South street streetMarch strtMarch StreetMarch
March 1 next and the Utah Light t ftPower toer tlower
Power oer compel will furnish tU1nl h power for forthe forthis or orthe
the entire consolidated system This Thiswill ThlMII Thiswilt
will II be done from the th water power powerplant POWff111nt powerPleats
plant while possible and when water waterrune wlltlrrun waterrun
run short the power will 11I be rein reinforced tllnforled reinforced ¬
forced from the thlRaIhl Rapid Transit steam steamplant cleanplant teahl1IIInt
plant an a reserve source IOU 11 a as well wlIfrom an anfrom asfrom
from the Second Stoe oo East ammt street steam steamplant steamidint teunl
plant l ant when desired tl reI1 This combination combinationwill
will provide against nil emergencies emergenciesSTEPHEN enlltrwendlSTEPJlBX emergencIesSTMIIEN
STEPHEN IlJVINTKIl H 1iWiXTh1 WI TRIt DEAD hEADS
s 11 Winter intor diM at his horn 260 260North 2 lJNorth 1 1North
North Fifth West street today tocl In a amost Q1II0St amost
most sudden manner The first In Intimation Intlmatlon iiitirnatioms ¬
timation he received of bis hi end was n nsharp nshllrp auiimarp
sharp pain that Htrtick hits hl11lln In the th stfyill stfyillof uuuitof III IIIot
of the back and soon reached hed his hi heart heartnnd lIrtonllTle hesrtmini
nnd onllTle mini lie me died ap a asme ne > shot H lie was bum bumIn
In Huglaml Mi year ra ago 10 and emigrated emigratedto
to Utah In US ne He n was a stonecutter stonecutterby atonNultlrtmllfl
by trade and nd pursued an honest lire lireThe 1ftTh hi hiTime
The Th funeral ariangeraents bavu not notbeen 110tbeon riotbeen
been made y yet t 1
120llce po12rI1roa 1rrOllbk 1rrOllbkClearing T7 T7Clearing
Clearing ClearingCian Up UpI
I I IClaim
Claim That Differences IIJJt Were Satisfactorily Adjusted To Today Toda Today
day da and That Hilton Will Rasign Ras qlllnlimadd Iniimatod tyo tyoPialt IlatPlall TaPtaI
Pialt Will Succeed Him HimLong Long Session al Mayors MayorsOffice WayarsOfkc faors faorsOffice
Office TodayTlie lbdcl TIle T1 < milar < Council Meeting lvlcc lg Tonight
ilie h inbeomniKtee of the th llepubllcan llepubllcancity
city vII commlttae this morning made one onemote oneInOIt mieiimome
mote effort to rt ttlilore > torepeace pace III th the raukg raukgof ralJkur reusif
of if the lUpuullcan ltptmlj1l iii councilman anti sndtheteby antithelell sadtimemoby
theteby settle ttle the Ih conflict between th thmayor th11I11Or tire tirentayor
mayor and the 111 police department They Theyclaim tbll rummycimeini i ielRhl1
claim that their efforts crorl of this morning morningwero mnormmingstere
wero 110 very ser er wiooeMful and that the mat matter InAt4leI matLet ¬
leI will undoubtedly come to a close ut uttonights uttonl attonilmg
tonights tonl hll meeting of the council councilThe councilfhe councilfimo
The meeting was wa held in the themayors IhatnaYor1I timenmlOYors
mayors private 11 office In the city cityand elt eltIInt1 cItymmmiii
and county count building bu lid In nnd nd there therewere tllolewere thenwere
were present Committeemen AVey Wf WflAwHon ley1awsoml
Uwxon awsoml Calllntor Call1lorMlnl and Meyer Mayor MayorThompson Muor1hollllllon Mayorfliomimpana
Thompson Councilman ISnrdley IUnr lly < nml nmlIloblnson ntlllnolJlnson
Iloblnson of the Insurgent camp and
Hewlet and Thomas of tho mayor1 mayor1support 1II1orjCUPJIJII mmmayorscuppomt
support rammlttmnian Itltchle ItIt hle was wasunavoidably wnslnllolllnlll uvanunavoidably
unavoidably absent on maltur of bust bustness bUIlIeH busimiens
ness Thomas Will named to represent representthe
the mayors faction fl lIolt Instead of otVlgUff Vlgus us usreported u uroporll usreported
reported In IlIlhe the morning papers because becauseof
of the lit latterli
connection with Ith news newspaper newsIloper newsuumpor
paper work The lie meeting was hold be
hind locked doom and no one onethe 1Ji11M 1Ji11MIhl
the above named persona v tN r allowed allowedInside nUoWodInlhle alloWedinside
Inside InsideAs inside1s
As 0 expressed eXlJre utl 11 by > y a t member of tim thaootnmlttee thooomlnlttoe timownmtttoe
ootnmlttee the most oomwrvatlva oomwrvatlvainembera oolUllrvnlvfIlI1embel1l ooiiservatlvamembers
members of the council rete called b bfora his histore 14 14tore <
tore them no that the matter would wouldmove wo wouldmove Ill
move along more harmoniously harmoniouslyThey harmonlollslfhey
They didnt complete OO1t1pl te their work workhowever
however and will meet Into this af afternoon afternoon f fternoon <
ternoon to have n more thorough un undemanding 1ntlelltuntllll 5184denstumnuhin <
demanding M to what will be done In Inregard Inreall1 Inregard
regard to a final settlement of the con conIllot contIIot coniliot
Illot It II understood that ChIef 3IIN HUtons 11114tons 3IINtons
tons rewlgnatlon will 11I be presented Ilre ented to tonight toIIllht tonight <
night at the council meeting and tlmt tlmtwill tMtIII thmmttwIll
will III close the matter It In wpoctml wpoctmlthat otpeotOltthnt axjmoetetitimni
that the late maetltiK this nfternoori nfternooriwill
will 11 accomplish a treat Uat and tin theInnltel t1mematter tinmatter
matter will 111 earn before time council to tonight teto tetoIIlght to4night
night and Olll will bo satisfactorily sntl tuQtorlly Bottled BottledArthur loltlGdArtII1 settledArthumm
Arthur Pratt It Is believed will be ap appointed lIPpulnloll uppotimteil ¬
pointed to suocced Hilton 11 lit 011 It Is said saidthat uldtllI saidtimat
that t tharo Is enough voted to confirm confirmhis
his appointment npl >
PRES HENRYEYR1NG HENRY EYRING DEAD DEADDemise
Demise in Mexico of a Former Prominent Utah ManWord ManWordReceived ManWordReceived ManWordRecelvd
Received at President Smiths Office TodayWas Today as Able AbleWtoDo AbleWelltoDo Ableel1toDo
WtoDo and Highly Respected
Word was 1111 received nl Prost Smith BmlthBoftlee SmithmCa Smithsiflico
mCa thlH morning nniiouiiwlny the thedetth thelIth timedatli
detth of Prest Henry lien 1 Kyifoe ot Col Colonla Colani Calmdc
onla ani Juarez Jlexlco lI XII which occurred nt ntthat litthat atthat
that place yesterday Itelth afternoon The Theulspateh ThetlllI1atch Timedispatch
dispatch wan sent by Rider Halamnn HalamnnPratt lIellllnrl1lrnlt IlsiamnanPratt
Pratt but he fulled to give any of the tholartlculurs thnI thetantleulamum
lartlculurs I of time tad event eventThin flvIntrhl eventrimla
Thin rhl Intelllgonoe Will wUllle be received with withsorrow wIthsorrow IthSOITOI
sorrow by scores of i people > throughout throughoutUtah
Utah Ul h He was considered to be III good goodhealth Ioodhenlth goodhmealtim
health and hi hili friends hud no simple simplelon uutunimlcleim
lon that tlulthlfUMCul his useful career was uo soon soonMexican lOont soonMoxicdn
t 0i 11p IIU
I ii I tFdlftr ff + tt lt rWi rWiMOJk
Mexican MOJk n colonies cololllclinntl coI uiie ana luut bmt a aWark nwnrkor asnrk
Wark wnrkor of strength to the people peopleHis t1J t1ills r rHIs
His Influence was also extended to the theMexloun theMoxllJUn timeMexican
Mexican people who held him In the thehighest thohlllIolll thehighest
highest regnrd ItJII 1 1 bath Vie humble natives nativesand natlvosundlhe nativesend
and undlhe the govornmont otllclals so that his hisnetvices 1IIIflellcls hi hiservIces
servIces were of Inestimable value to his hispeople hilipooplo hispeople
people In that land and the sense of oftheir orthillI oftheir
their low nt this time will be ii keenly keenlyfelt 1lIlyfelt keenlyfelt
felt among them nil allHenry nilJIllnry nilusury
Henry Kyrlng was aa a man high above abovethe nllQothe nbosetime
the average ee In Intelligence and d strength strengthof strentmor Irenthof
of character He possessed unswerving unswervingIntegrity unIJervtn1t1learlty uuimmwervimuintegrIty
Integrity and courage COUNt and nil was afToF afToFnament a an rlIamnt or ornamnent
nament to the Ih community In which ha halived hGIWoo helived
lived livedlit IWoo1I
lit 1I was born III Coburg cobu f3 fIOathn fIOathnOVrll1l1t1 Qothn QothnQtirmany GottmaCurimiany
Qtirmany on March 9188S 5 1Saa i p < ing In him himtherefore himthellforft himtherefore
therefore In his CSth year Nr HID III family familyconnections familycoimneetlomma RlnllycOllneclloll
connections were ell of o the most atieto atietocmtlp IIt1 miristoomatie to toOI1tll
cmtlp his iiiolher IheliiR the th lie daughter daughterot
ot the Viscount George Louis von vonUlomberg tonlilottmberg 01 01DloulblI
Ulomberg who was at the time of her hernmrrlage htlrnllllrI imernmmurnisge
nmrrlage nllllrI employed Im 101111 In i the service rvlclI ot otKing ofICing I
King 1ln William III of PnisaUi as coun counselor bollnslor tounscior ¬ I
selor of the th kings klnlllomaln domain His father fatherconducted talhero tstitemconducted I
conducted o a very lucrative drug Peal business JuBIneu Pealness ¬
ness and was Wtl one on of the thetlrlt first cltlsena cltlsenaof eltlltnof
of the olty oIl When 1rest liiyrlng ve veeight was 1118111ht wasolgimt
eight yearn lCIrH old his hl mother riled 111 111lIOon intlsoon nd ndsoon
soon aftenrurd his father m niat et t with withheavy withheavy Itlt Itlthnv
heavy financial losses and when hill Henry Henrywas lIonrWII
was WII IS years al old lie was left Ifton an orphan orphanIn
In the world without money but lie liehad hebad liehad
had plenty of friends friendsHe friendH
He H htM been l tPn > educated III the best bestschools betchoal bestschools
schools choal of his rmtlvc city II and at the thocollege thncolle thecollege
college colle at Cloths Sean oan after the death deathof
of u his rAther hf h wont to Vienna and andbecame IInllb4elllllt nail1ennme
became an apprentice ap rllntllJt1 In n wholesale wholesaledrug whioisuiedrug vholtlllidrul
drug establishment 111IfU hntenl Hut us he once onl
OXurwwwd It lie did not Ilki 11 k ih Ilk ii < 1c < eiiatlo eiiatlorule > n imotia imotiaEUIe tlo tlotule
rule of the Austrtane and > o < > ni tJII a ID m tip
his mind to comma to the Ih nut I liilI liii liiiills < i iAt toB
His apprent lhPremmtkesimiii conjfl Mshlp 111 t > xi 111111 xIi > lnn I m i unit Suit1mm UI
In that year MI Jie me salltl to I i Am AJIIrt S Shir1ttgimm < jrtea
bringing with him bin MM i k IIr i i iWho J11111111 I Isiiio
Who wa WIUIG 15 inontim youniri youc UU i1 e i n nN him htmHeir himself
N Heir lf He arrived III bm t i III n itl Sep
tember nnd mini In Muich m II tl I Allo Alloyear allowing < allowingeltr
year ear he went to Hi Unilx oul < ngro ha 11800 11800oUleIl so sootmmed a auuted
uuted umploymant in u i drug store
Haorlng that tho Mormons were we In
the city his cutloslty was nroused INUlel1l1tl1 nnd nndone mimmilone
one ov ownllg nlng lu > went 11111 to hear th Ihm m The Theresult Theresult Xb XbIcull
result was hint a grout reat Impression was wasmade WIiliadI WAimiieth
made on hi hits mind lumI und on March lit It
185 he was baptized b4 P tled In I to the tim Church
Jlo fo luul hn the tim W P15Almriit KvJttf nti t tliii1ZIlU t1I pM PJ ill lml lmlcumihe1 illcalled
r IIlIt MIII I JiJ SlfvY 1n
1 re ljjv i
called call tI with others at imera to perforni umh ti rn nmimioni nmimionito aloff aloffto U T
to tlio Indian territory He labored 1 abarcmitime o l ltllIo
there time e among the Indiana 11 < with withuntil cuN 5utcCns 5utcCnsuntil S Suntil
until 1850 when he left for fo Utah ar arriving urrMnr nrrivlng >
riving In this state In August AugustWhile AurulltVhll AugustWhile
While cromlng the plains he made the thiacquaintance th thsOljulllntant theaoquintance
acquaintance of Kiss IU Mary Bon Bonnell Donnell Boamush
nell and In December of the sama samayear wuamaar
year 1181 he me made her his wife wi e In 1M2 18IIJi6 Ife Ifewas Tswee
was 1111 called to nettle In Dixie Dixiewhich Dllelllwhich Dixlewhich
which country he wag one of ot the most t
Instrumental In building up In Noi Noivember Zfovenmber 01
vember U6I he wax mud Bishop Ot Otthe 01Ibtl
the Second wa fBIII l of tit J Itottre orge which whichponltlon whl h hJlu hposition
position Jlu ltloll he h held until August ISfj ISfjwhen 1514when 1814wiienm
when he was callfd to go If 0 on u mlseton mlsetonto
to Germany and Hwlte 1Illze11I1111 > lsud During Dunimithe
the latter part art of his hi mlaM nulamtn 1111 i he labor labored ¬
ed In the olflce rlltt ft at hems where he h pta porformd 1111forllletl ptafunimied
formd valuable service on The Th Stjernc Stjerncand 8tJ Stiarneand rn rnRill
and Rill translated the Doctrine and COTe Coyenomts COTelIntl Coveimints
nomts Into the German languami ITa ITareturned ITaIfturntltl Itsreturned
returned home In 18T6 MIl In the foN foNlowing Inl10wIIII Ioilowing
lowing year nr was chosen as a counseloi counseloiof
of the presidency or the St doors doorsBtdke 000101Itakf Ooorsstake
stake He was mayor of St t Qeorgo for fortwo tortwo fortwo
two year and occupied the position o oadjutant ot otadJulant ofadjutant
adjutant to BrlgGen Krastus I Snow o othe ot otthe ofthis
the Xauvoo Legion Soon after afterwanls aftericarus
wanls h he was earnest earnestly soil solicited follclllll soilcIted ¬
cited by y friends in Mexico to maku makuIilH makuI
IilH 1mm home In that land 1 Accepting their theirInvitation theirInvlt theirInvitation
Invitation Invlt tlon he started with his family amll In InFebruary InFelnuary inFebruary
February W77 18 end arrived at Colonla ColonlaJuarez ColanlaJuarez ColonlaJuarez
Juarez In April of o the following year yearSoon yeirSoon 81 81Soon
Soon after arriving there be was 118 sent sentInto BentInto sentinto
Into Iower Mexico by Apostle Hnew to toacquire toacquire toacquire
acquire the Spanish language sad alldral1le be became beCaine ¬
came very el proficient In his knowledge knowledgoof
of the language and customs mind nndmotll nndmotllodl moth Tnothods mothotis
otis of doing doht business of the people peopleIn plo
In the spring of o IO ts 591 l the t1 ifexlwrt ifexlwrtmission 3fexhmrlmillion Mexitnumirnliaion
mission was nrpnnlned o IInlJleI with Apostli ApostliTeasdale A ApostiTeasmlaie POliti POlitiTtullale
Teasdale a lilt preslilrnt and himself ai aiMCond 11I1 11I1cOl1 aihmmeconil
MCond cOl1 counselor In l9ri the tit Motloan AoJIOIUIIfllttlfl1lnt Moxiusrisettlements Motloanwttlements
settlements were organised Into the UioJuarez theTuafl belimareg
Juarez stake of Zion with Anthony ntMn W WIvlns WvIllI Wivitmil
Ivlns as president and himself nnd nndHeleman f111 f111HelllTllm flnIfeisman
Heleman Pratt as me counselors
TO CUT CUTDOWN DOWN FIRE RISKS RISKSCity
City Council Will be Asked to Take Steps in This Direction DirectionAlfred DirectionAlfred DirectionAlfred
Alfred Still of the Pacific Board of Underwriters UnderwritersHere
Here for That Purpose
I
Alfred lfrtIlltJJlmal1 SUIInuiB of the executive ulive com committee comIJIIlte cornmmeittee ¬
mittee IJIIlte of oftim th Uw 1aclflc Hoard 14oa of Umlsr Umlsrwrltors Und UndrltfJ1I Umlerwriters
writers h n guest lilli at the Knutsford 1hllltf rd He Hela JleI
la I In this city to ti Interest himself 1I1 rr In Inrllll se securing cicumrlng ¬
curing rllll denlrml action on b ht part of the thecity tbeclt th thcity
city council townrda towRrdllec1Mlnr decreasing fireIIW firerisks fire firerisks
risks by Increasing the efficiency of the theclty th thlty thecity
city lty water works and Are n department departmentand
and the stability of bnltdtoga btilldhl The Theenormous Theenonnoull Theenormous
enormous bosses the th past year of JIM JIMOOOOM 11 11oooooe 11000000S
OOOOM through fires has brought the In Insurance Inranee Iniuranee ¬
surance ranee omnpanlen of the country face
Criuhml by Full I nll of Coal CoalTrinidad CoatTrinidad I ITrtntdad
Trinidad Colo Feb llJ V Itlbald Itlbaldnnd nlbalt1and flibaltiend
and Tom Martin we were crashed to death deathby Ilenthb deathby
by b A fall of coal and rock In the Ih mines minesof mln mlnof
of the Victor Coal company Illbald Illbaldwaa
waa unmarried Martin leaved a wife wifeanil wlfand witaanti
and two children childrenA ohlhl en enA
A t lloyH Senlrnuo Smpondcil SmpondcilXew S llellt1ell llellt1ellfew
few > York Feb eb llAltbougli he had luulbeen hadllefll hidbeen
been convlcttid COR llctlll of stealing 12 1000 oeo sen sentence IlntIMe senmoe ¬
tIMe moe has been suspended lIuI udtd on Albert J JAyers JAYlu JAyers
Ayers 19 years 0011 old of lirooktyn Ayem Ayemwas Anrwall Ayeniwas
was a bank messenger employed by b the theUnion Ihl1Union timeUnion
Union National bank of Brooklyn some
to tacit with an unpleasant lnploa 8nt Rlato of ofthings oti otithin ofthings
things thin and than IH n nnsral feeling feelingnil tI1 fiehIcli
nil down the lilt un that wratthlm wratthlmmust IOrothll1InUit
must be done to wake municipal au authorltlts autborlUu authonitlu
thorltlts up to the fact that city bnlld bnlldIngH bnlll14InlM buuihmimis
IngH must be of more substantial con conKtruction conIUttJon eonstrurtloim
Ktruction and that a stricter watch watchmust watolll1lUt watchmust
must be maintained on the SOUIOM SOUIOMthrough IOUroethrouah souroelthrouah
throuah which Urea are occasioned occasionedThis
This II emphaslteO by b the tim loseeo re recently reo reocently iscently ¬
cently sustaIned 1 by Waterbury WitUrtmryPateraon WIl Comm CommPaterson
Paterson N J and St Louis
time ago lie disappeared with UMO 15 of ofthe oflb
the lb banks money He 11 was traced to toCanada toCanada
Canada and brought back JaOge Crtinp Crtinpsaid Creno CrenoamId
said he and the Iii president ot the IwnK IwnKhad bSfl1 bSfl1hid
had looked Into the case mad bad con concluded coiteluded ¬
eluded Ayers downfall was aa due to cytl cytlcomlMtilons ouItcompammions
comlMtilons
dt dtLATE
LATE LOCALS LOCALSThe
The article oC Incorporation of the thaCommercial theCommercial
Commercial club were filed with tho thoMorotary titosecretary
secretary of state at a late hour title tlmnftwmwn titlemmftiwmmuumi
nftwmwn nftwmwnThe mmftiwmmuumiTime
The Second quorum of Elders Eldersgtre wihI wihIgive
give a dancing party In the Tsath Tsathtomorrow ward wardtomnorrots
tomorrow night

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