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On Half tlze Ie Caplal Capital Slock of the Utah Sugar Company is ist9 1 1Sol is5old <
on 5old t9 f Eastctn Easllw Parlies at Eighteen EincC Doltais Dolas Per Persharc PcrStare 1 1Share
Share Sol II Means lcas the Extension Elclston and cld Vwehpinenl a eloplcnt of ofSugar ofrhe ofT I
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I ru hIre ntate it tlnrloUH t various times Ilm B ulnco llco nca November Novembertotal NovemberlokIng NovemberokIng
total into tl tM beet mar industry industryZ 1ndutryTh
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olm nothing of u definite doOllo chamo chamoin chlllo chllloter cIalotf3tr
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tew ew Mi events h hue v crystallzed ctstnlz d and andLt andIs anti1Vt
Lt the following statement statementti statClelt statCleltWa
1Vt t evening ening olowlng
Is b I nri olllcer of ofthe ott ofte
tli tIit press ItA
Wa ti rlv given to tl Ille9 aT oller
the t e company companygoiM companSome comflYsome
Some time uifo gO T 1 H I t Cutler Cuter generalrran generniflanager general enel1ranagtr
flanager rran tlle of o the thl rinh 1 I In h Busar I tinr company companyKIU cOmpnlY cOmpnlYtc connItyrcelved
ranagtr KIU IHd < a proposition from flol a number numbercapitalists lurb jttionbro r rof
tc who stated that thattbey lift lifttbout
capitalists Itntell thll thllIbey
of o UII parn rn caplllslR
beet bootstry beetug beetugat
were ere tbout to o enter Into Ilto tho
Ibey
abul th 1tc Hocky mountain mountainrgon n nAs
ug ugat r IndU9fry stry n 1 11 mOlntll1 mOlntll1t
had already alreadyh nlrendhad
of them
rgon n As somo Olll ther hal
had t daiItlg wih attli h tho Mormon 01101 people peopletPry I01 I01to Ileol
dealngs In tho buat buatby hu ltlt1e l
l tPry ry Ire rrred rrell to t 0 cnfjapp elflfp etiag
with tbm by buying u IIS Block Ilock In II n an anstlltbd n nsi ntabiihed
1e
1 si stlltbd tabiihed factory tart U managed manged by b thorn thornII thor thorI
II it uull l b4 done ne nt n I a reasonable reasonabletriVll tcnHoOhl tcnHoOhlrrl ienonableirt
I rrl triVll lul H not 101 b they the would build buid f fte ftetJr c cMr eM
Mr i of their on onSjotiatinn OWI a ii iigotattfl
Sjotiatinn were ore opened p nell and nHl the thefutoui tIletltrl11 thee
futoui tltrl11 e tatln men sent nt their iepresuntntlve iepresuntntlvejy IIIe oltnteH
jy Ii V io look m O or or I the field lell Threo Threorc fIirertfl1fl
1 rc nn rtfl1fl ti tn < n Iwve h I been bem here nt vnrloui vnrlouit Vlrlou Vlrloul
t in in Ui9 ttA M put t three months exam examlni examInl examtaint
l lni Inl taint lt Hini 1ltl p d f the Su SUllr Sugar nr company companynit COOJIU COOJIURnl
nit Rnl I I Bo Dir ir River Rver Witter Wlter nter company comllns comllnsJo eotnpaniioefly s sjropmy
jropmy er o oln otfl nftl J by I It Mnmtger Mnllglr Cutler Cutlert Cuter CuteralO
Jo
east east1h cast1trtgof
t EO o made several tmnl trips trlpl
alO 1trtgof 1h 1 t reK 1 ir8 ttof ot tho exjiertn eXl1tI were welo fa ftmtQrLi farwiw roorLI
rwiw orLI and the figure IIuro finally tnnly agreed agreedujin agre11u
ujin u ua for the amount of stock tho thl par partin Jar Jarle lnirUn
tin Un flMiH deir approximately o lltoXlmatol 76000 76000mm 7rOO 7fOQl1tfl
mm fhar le m wa ma from llfi 16 to 18 1 per lIeI share shareatttntjn shnroerD ihnreiJetpt
stvprnl Qrnl questions as asIt a artlrcmmany
atttntjn erD upon ae lcBtloll os osIrMtompnl
It IrMtompnl rtlrcmmanymlyUsettled Weompanyr tJt as QSiic < fot Mll whlahcould whlahcouldnniy hltoull
nniy nlybuett mlyUsettled t lettH d by a conference eonfelelco between betweenJft
Jft PulKr Clt and the proposed buyers buyers11EMAINS buyer buyerOXTOI buyer2rT1mOI4
OXTOI rT1mOI4 11EMAINS nE tINS IN UTAH UTAHT UTAhr
T r T amount of stock proposed to be bepirn1 hepurr IepUrr
pirn1 purr n d 1 fprsenta rpr enla precisely on onfijlf onhai onhale
hale hai the th ipltnl utook of the company companyTM
TM T e offii 011 for tt I was first 11st made by b the theM th thmlrrn tl tlatrfl
M mlrrn nn t mlenwn gpJtelPI to tho largest stock stockhcidiN 8loekhGldm itnckhGld
hGld hcidiN und un while 110 It wal vaa accepted neeol1tel by bytlifiti byttiem byitem
item the th president pJeldent Joseph F Smith SmithtM
tM an I the > i e board of dirtclots dlre tolB were unnnl unnnlM
M In agreeing agr clng that all ni the th smaller smallerHmidirs smaler smalerodhll smallerEIItltMt
EIItltMt odhll < Hmidirs N i < > uld liuvs tho same samej aanotI no norrlIII
j rrlIII tI > i iir f I r ihv h y desired l1 lroll to avail availihnnviM1 naHIlPIDI aaI1hft1Mivi
ihnnviM1 IlPIDI of it i Letters Ieters wore there therefn
fn t 1 11 p 1 mi I thi tw h > 800 80 or more Block Blockhull Atoe AtoehlIIr1 HtOthIh
hull hlIIr1 Ih 1 1 About Al0m toU Oo per cent of tho thot tho10 theoh
t oh < > ii dciiiini t RO In and the other otherIn
In It I p pel i 1 1 ut u iieiM 11cprlnot 10 not to sell sel any nn of oftint othlr ofthir
tint biirp Mrting hI lnr Thus If I the deal lenl Is Isjii Igcnhalf 18I
< jii I < iini uti tnchalf n bn the stock Ito < k will willli wi wiltle
li t le ownerl neil by and
eastern laSI rn parties Ilartcs ma onehalf onohalf mahalf
half uy y Iiin luhnwn luhnwnThe men menThe nwnTh
The Th question Queston as to who ho should shou11 con ¬
trol has lia cut elt no Inure ait n It Is l sllpu sllpuIdled fltpUIMC1 tpu tpulited
Idled lited and ald was In fact tlct one of tho re requirements 10 10CllrolrltM rociutralnentM ¬
quirements rnndo by the eastern enstor par parStion parlion pnrtOM
CllrolrltM lion that thll 1iiulilcnt PI Illo hllnl hI Jonepli Joopl T l I BniHli BniHliKhotild Hllh HllhHholll SnttthMhoU
Khotild Hholll MhoU tOM iti rumaln lOIHll1 to titottli at tin tl lleail of the coin coinjinny lom111Y eoin3ttty
jinny that Mr cutlet should remain remainits remlln
its 111Y manager that culel u majority laJoll of the thelion thohOlrl theboard
11 lion board rd nmngol of illreclori tJt Hhonld IhlUld reside Ioslle InIYtuIi In Inttuh Intuh
ttuh hOlrl and that the now board to bo bopleoted hnelecl heimieettl
pleoted tuh elecl ll at the > nnnunl 0111 JW rnpetliii mr tng April prl prIl 7 7Hliottld 7fhoull 7Rhottlil
Hliottld fhoull hold onico ulco for a term t011 of live AvoycaiH IhelnlH liveyeLtItl
ycaiH ycaiHTlioae yeLtItllheee
lnlH lnlHlhof Tlioae matters agreed cl upon I10n Mr MrCutler 11 MrCutlet
lhof mAtorl nl
Cutler loft for or New Voru me on oi Filday Idll last lastwith IntIth latwith
with Ith tho HtocH Itoclt certificated certlentc In II lila pos posSecretary 11oSfosBlou os osHorretnry
fosBlou fosBlouHemotol
Secretary Hemotol Whitney Whluo I1tttIo twlved a diN dlsjiatcji dil dil11tlclnt diNliatoit
jiatcji 11tlclnt at noon tO1tt today tllLI from Matiiifier Cut Cutler utIcr ut utler
ler In Nan 6W York ork which confirmed cOIrmNl the theHows theIO thenos
Hows IO nos of the Kale alc 1 and nHI stated that the theamount thl thlomolnt tluamount
amount omolnt wan 11 the maximum mnxlnUI prlcii lule asrecd asrecdUpon nHI ngeelupon ell ellIlon
Upon 18 811Ir per sluice BIll which will wil be grati gratifying grntltying grat ¬
tying Ilon to tho atockholdcrg ttockhohII as It has hn been beenuncertain h beenuncertain ct ctunccrtnln
uncertain for somo IOln days especially especiallysince especialY especialYlnce
since the thl recent drop In the prlco of ofBUtar ofAU ofMugat
BUtar AU 1 whether or 01 not the oastcrn astltn par pnrtiea parties Ial Ialtea
Ia
the theaugur th th8UlOt theaugni
ties would mIId accept the valuation valuotol of
augur tea which tho company has ha on Oi hand handTho halt haltrho hantirite
8UlOt rite wcnilnry sWIIIT will w1 vi I I Immediately ImlctlalCly I tnineil lately mall mallcheeks lal lalcheeks natteheekH
cheeks to all ni the parties IIalte8 who entered enteredInto ntell ntellIlto nterot1into
Into Ilto the annulment ornlKemenl to sell sol their theirFlock their8tocle theirtoclc
Flock and return thorn that portion porton of oftheir oftholr ofthoiratoek
their thoiratoek otoek BlCk which was not lot used In thu thudeal thodoal thutFFFCTS
deal
EFFECTS E1FICXS OF TUB DEAL DEALAn DEAlAl D1ALAu
An Al officer olcOl of the tlo company compolY on being beingasked beingnl beingaRiced
asked nl < ed what changes If any Iny would be beMade hoIalo heniade
Made n as n result of the talc stute4lIltat stated statedI tutel tutelt
I hat Ialo the industry IrluotlY would woull certainly be beHiBhed bepu hoItl1Iled
HiBhed pu hed and nd leveloped more lore rapidly rapidlythan lapldlythAI rapidlythan
than ever before In Its history hl tory In Utah Utahi Uah UahthlR
thAI 10roro Is
of oftho oftho cifthe
i this was In thl the he announced Innounlel policy pole
tho old and the new no owners OIleU alike Ilto U Ui I Itth
i Ih > ultto lso mated Itutel that Ihot at It tho annual allualmeet allualmeetIlg meet meetINI meetng
INI Ilg ng of the stockholders Itoekholllels to be le held In Inthis Inthl9 Inthis
this city on April 7 tho number lumber of ofdirectors ot11lclorl t ttiireetortt
al Apri
directors cl will wi be 1 reduced tEIccL from Cror thirteen thirteento thlteen thlteentr
11lclorl to seven HOel and nnl their term lmn of olllco olcc ex extended extended eXended
tended from tlOI one Ol to flvu year yearAll ye yeAl yenrAll
All Al three tbtel experts epell who eximlnod Ixalln d the theproperty theprollett theproperty
property of the Itah Sugar company companywoo CQlpal CQlpalWelo compatiWelo
th
thu ihuoutlook thuutlook thueutlool
woo eopeclally e enthusiastic over
outlook Welo In II the th Bear Qar Jllvor Hr valley vlay where wherethe wherl wherethe
the company already nlrenl baN hll 1000 acres of ofaround ofgrould oflrountlV
around In readiness for or the sptlng sptlngplanting spllll pvlngplanting
grould planting of rq111CSI boot 1 ot Heed It 1 la thought thoughttho
plnltll the most Important 1 development 11eeloprcnt In the theextension thaextelslon theextenlon
I extension extelslon I10st of the Industry InLuatry will wl take takeplace tlke tlketIAce take1Ace
place tIAce 1Ace In Inthatfed thatt1ed that fled V
I I3ABIBU BAStn MONEY MONEYOne MONEYOne tONE tONEOne
One Important Impoltant elteijtof tot the sale stle ot tho thottah thoFah theVtahi
ttah sugar stock et will wi doubtless toubles be le to todecidedly todccldedl toieCtdCdI
Fah
decidedly ieCtdCdI ease the local money monu marketIJtutlter market marketIuuiker1 markelluulwra
Iuuiker1 brokers and 111 othera otlcl who wh hlo hloImown havehitovfl have haveknown
luulwra
known of tho approaching deal for formine foro1n
mine o1n ueVa past Mate that In II antici anticipation nntel nntelpulon nntlclPatton ¬ I
Oll
Patton of so much money mone being belnl brought broughtInto Ilought IloughtInto
pulon Into Salt Lake the demand dClland for all Il com commcrclol eOI eOImelclal Cantnierelal
mcrclol melclal stocks In II the list had been bell Very Veryactive veryactive 11 11uctho
lst
active of late and ud every stock < had ad advanced udlnce adanced ¬
vanced quite heavily solely on this ac account nceount aCaunt ¬
count lnce Quie Tho largo helwly stockholders 8tockhldera who whohave whohuve whohave
have eount disposed Inrlc of a part of their thll hold holdIngs holl holllogs holdIng
IIHp0ged
the wealthiest men of oftho ottho ofthe
logs arc among umolg wenlhloRt
tho city and state stntc and their money moneywill monO monOwll moneyvhtI
will ciY all ni be lodged In the t e Various bank banking banktag anltInl ¬
tag wll Institutions here hereThe herefho hererhioutak
Inl The rhioutak InstltlonH Utah Sugar r company has 500000 5500000of 500000ot
of unissued ft stock corpnn remaining r 1 lnlnll np1nItu In Its Itstreasury ItHtrenUry Is IsrMsury
UII lel
treasury and when h 1 the time comes for forIt forit
tme
enlarge oll Us operations It will no nodoubt no110uht nodoubt
It to nlnl Is opetntons I 1
doubt 1 bo done dun through tho salo lalo alo of this thisstock thIsstock thisstock
stock
TRIED TRIEDTO TO START A REVOLUTION REVOLUTIONExtraordinaiy REVOLUTIONEtraorinar
Extraordinaiy Etraorinar Attempt Atempt at One in Servia by Relative of Prince PrinceKarageorgevich Princ PrincKarageorgevi PrincKarageorgeyh
Karageorgevich h Pretender Pret nde to the ThroneLeader Throne Leader Ala Alavantics Alavantics AlavanUcs
vantics Fails Fais and is Killed KiedFolowers KilledFollowers Followers Arrested
Belgmd Rprvla Sprl March G GAn GAnlaOrtthty An ex extrsordimn ex
trsordimn itttompt to start a revolu revolution toluton revoltttoa ¬
tion ton us iadi ad > this th th morning morlnR nt the theffontifr thefronUer theftoahIr
ffontifr ton town a of o Shabab by a 1 raid Unde un unto undtr ¬
to de the I lejjeulilp ruc r81Ip of Ahivanllcs AIvonlcs a aWheof nrtttve arelUve
rtttve relUve Wheof of Ii lIIe VFtke Karngeorgevlch 1arnjcorlevleh the UieUttMidor thePrt thelrtemdr
UttMidor Prt ndrr to the Servian Servlm throne The Theresult Theonly Theoiy
only result wis I tVt that Alavantlca Alnmntc was wasM waski WAHkjt
ki kjt M and his hl dherents < bcents wore arrested arrestedAlNJiUn nlestel ttmrestedMaantii
AlNJiUn j II i tl a I handful of followers followersJiiitd folimversaflej
Jiiitd aflej at a Hh fhbnh Shibalt ibah from rrOI Mltrowles NItrovIcztrltig
Wfarbg trltig rtn ihn th unirirm un rln of a general genlral In InmMman Intl
the n
tl f mMman e Slllan llni a 1 1 fl1 > ad called caled to the th
tee ° JRUfr 5tir suard to follow folow him hll The lat
lr not u Up Upetng i > eLting ltlnl that thl1 anything Inthlnl was
K I TROOPS IROOPSQIJARDSTREET GUARD STREET STREE CARS
X tOrtohk rQlk In a1 Mnnh 5Street Streot cars carsby caulad carsmlie4
lad mlie4 by troops IOOIR roop are lre running at long lonl
Ittervals Cw i3
trr toiny jut no passengers passengersfl IlaS
are fl c11111
1ror Itln bing iairl 111111 arril d All Al Is II quiet and andstaled nnd1ror andlYmr
lYmr Oeman nMln staled that there Is no not 110II no55CDity
55CDity II et t for declaring declnrlnl martial lartallw law lawlimnol
Four °
addU limnol companies of the Sev 5ev51rflrm
tnlFm 51rflrm Mini infantry have hnyl been ordered orderedand
oal O and tt this hl win 1 place the entire com comtho
tast Irlady M In tho t hl flH n ll two vo battalions batAlons entro being hellS
In rervtce rcrvle The atrlkers atrllerl ware warei wareUht ere
buy bu
la a Uht I
h barricading the tracks tracksmuinlng
b t4t t thl i
muinlng mornlll the obstructions oislructol were wereby
l rmoel Of
by b the troops At midnight
Ihe tb
Wins were called tnlell upon to dls dlsh I
h
perse n mob at Church and Charlotte Charlottestreels Charlottetl Charlottestreets
streets pHle tl cts 1 Hayonpts Ihl OIPl were used l ed but hit It Is Isnot Isnot i inot
not known knowl that thlt there were wel many mDIY caR casualties caRUlltes canualtie3 ¬
ualties AV H 1 Rudolph Tom Murphy Murphyand MurphIII Murphyand
and III Ulltes Samuel Ayren Ayr J white hlle and nUl Tom om Jen Jenkins Jenlelnl JenIcins ¬
kins lelnl tamuel colored colorel were arrested nrrestet thl this mornlog morn mornIng momIII
log by a 1 detachment Iletarhmeli of the thl huntington HuntlngUmrlllcH huntingtonnithes untngWI untngWItiles
rlllcH III at Newport News Ncls for tearing teDrllJ up upstreet upHtrcet upstreet
tiles street car tracks An Olflcer olcer of the thecompany therompany thecoiflitan
company stated that an ni attempt at atdynamiting atl atdynamiting
dynamiting stltel the trucks tllcks had been heel made tootlebut madebut 1Olle 1Ollebut
but l nnmllnl the police denied deliIl this The Suffolk Suffolkmilitary Sulolk Sulolkml1nty Suffolkmilitary
military polce company arrived arnivetithis this forenoon forenoonand lorenoonnnl forenoonanti
and ml1nty nnl on the cOllllny same train were 1 15 strike strikebreakers strikebreakers Btrlkebreakers ¬
breakers from Knoxvllle l noxYlle These men menwere r menwere n nwlre
were taken to the barn by b the troops troopsTho troopsThe troopsThe
The wlre arrival of the imported men In Intensifies IntCmlOcM intCfli4iflCa ¬
tensifies tCmlOcM the feeling ttel1 A and ulI advances the ultuatlon ultuatlongrows Iunton ltuatlongrows
grows growl graver n ns the day
I THE THEppj PRINCE GETTING OETJNO TIRED
1vlan lana 0 March lnrh EPrlnco lrlncl lnlflcp Henry
a l too trJ tired Ure to appear for tnI any an lenr of the IheiTi
iTi lfton lr h the tnformaly Informahhy nfwma > tendered tenlerd to him himrt
ltUrough IIlA ll4Irough a n Bh which ho hoOhtoiiSfl nsec1
srl rt Jsel
OhtoiiSfl Ihi itn m moning IBB IBBiw In nrthwester northwestern
iw Ohio 10 untt Until ninw nl his hiI arrival Itrval in mIfli Cleveland at
11 4 Ifli 1010 o clock train Jut which hlb leC left ft Miwaukee MIlwaukee I aukeo
flight tiht vu I tram tt ns
wrong accompanied the general to the thetown thl thltown thetown
town hall where wher Atavantks AIIonttl ordered orderedthe d dthe
the men mln hal of HIP tll lie Ile department depltmpnt to Join Joinhim Joinhim joinhim
him This Thil motley mot procession pro proceeded iroCCCde1 10 10c ¬
ceeded c edell to the gondarmle barracks barracksWhere harrackswhCrc harrnckHwhere
Where Alnvantlct paraded tard d the gend gendarmes gendnrmes goodarnies ¬
whCrc Aloaltc
armes Two of ottho the latter Ilter however howeverwhose howeverwholO howeverwhose
whose suspicions wore arouswl ps escaped pscalled PScoped ¬
called wholO and apprised their commander commanderCapt conlnnntel conunanderCait
Capt Nlkollcs ald The fhl latter later when whpn heaniived he hearrived healllved
arrived alllved NikolcH on the scene Icon called elllll on Ala AlavantlcH AlI AlIantH Alttvantlcs
to jiroOuce some document as asauthority asauthorIty
vantlcH pomp n naulhollY
oluce
authority antH for his hil actions l < tolR whereupon whereuponthe wlleeupon wlleeupontle bereupOntile
aulhollY leader tired Hieda
revolutionist
the wouldbe Iololutonlsl Icaelel 1111 1111I
ould1
tle Nlkolles slightly slightlywounding slighitlyvoutnl1og
a revolver at Capt Nlkol RIht
Cllt
wounding I leolver him NIHollcs promptly shot shotand Rhotonl shotanti
JrOl11tr
and wOUIng killed led Alnvnntlcs JIInntcs Nloles whose followers followerswere folowers folowerswer fohiowerswere
were wer then arrested
nt Chicago shortly after mid midnljlt midnllbt midnight
f terrel Ierrednt erred nfer
night nllbt to the tracks of the Lake 1110 Shore ShoreMlchlgah Shor Shork ShoreMlchtlgah
k Mlchlgah Mlehlglh Southern and lefi len Iettat nt a t once oncefor onc onctor oncefor
for Cleveland Clecl nd liuffnlound Duralo nll Niagara Nlaia AtToledo At AtToledo A ATolrdo
nearly 1000 people were ol t the Ihodepot thelttPOt thedepot
Toledo
lelrh 00
special specialcame specialcnme specIalcame
at 620 oclock when the
depot came In tt They ocok had a band and two big bigbouquets iiI bigbotiquets
bouquets and v cero hll ro all ni ready rad rea y to 0 extend extendtho extendtho extendtho
wtr
tho hoipltatU hoaplta l hand hald The hO prince prlc wi
sleepIng when tho train troli arrived alllt at lo loledo 10 10ICllu Ioletlu
ledo Thu Ihl bund IJnd awakened Iwll < nol him but hil It Itwan IIWit ItIti4
wan Iti4 too lutu itit then to t It go dt l up The butt iwtiUetH II0UIluehl butt1jUet14
Iluehl UetH wore WOI thrown nbontd nhOud t and 11 later 1111 In Inthe InIhe tothe
the morning 10rll ntorn Iii g the t Ito trainmen tlOlllel I ml tunen presented presentedthem 1JlSenINI 1JlSenINIthem iresetttetltheut
them to tho thl prince 11rllc Thoic ho was 18 uu another anothercroud nlolhH nlolhHclod intutitercrovd
hn hall hallrllen lta1ftmiietm l lfallen
clod nt Handusky tlldUlt bill hit the jirlnco 111110
fallen rllen nsloep Islcc ngnln und IIHI no ii did Ilil th hi not 10t como comoout otntmout
out Ho hoe hl stood RIOIJ his Il rapid 1111 trying tryingswing lryJngfllnl tryingswing
swing 011 10 through the th country much luh bet better hlt hltI betten ¬
fllnl ten I r limn I it t I many tOO ny of If it ft hl his Ia escort and 1111 In i well welland WII wellunti
and tmn strong Rtttnn IIOlr Ho was IN t ii tirod Ilroliinsl last nlBht Hlgll but butthe hit hitthl hutthe
the thl long lOlS refreshing tlCo hlnK nlw IhP s1p > p which he gut gutvumiiletuly fot fotcumpletol gutCUtlliltttttt
vumiiletuly y rvstoivd restollll res to iti him himThere hHI iii In Inlhoro
There Jhol bus Ito s boon hoo 10le snmu apprehension apprehensionaboard upijiehienetonaboard lllllohonRlloLollrl1
aboard tho train ttllllb about > l possible delay 1011 hula inNesv In InNew InNew
New York YOlk on Ollcolni account of o the Ihl Uoocs lood and andIt nnl nnlI
It I has hn boon 101 practically 1IIIctII decided Illcldl1 thai If Ifthe ItIhe Ifthe
the train tllln cannot llUlt be put lt through thrrlulh on ontho onthe 11
tho routes Ioulel mapped out Olt for It without withoutextended wihout wihoutoxteldd withoutextended
extended oxteldd delay tell It will 11 bo tmnsfarred 11IstuII01 to toone toOl toone
one Ol of th the > southern linos UlOA Thousand Thousandof fhou UIIII
of people forced rorcel outwr their thll way WI through throughgates IIUlh IIUlhIIIO tluouIigtmtoa
gates IIIO peoJlo nt lt tho Union enlnl station Rtntol when hon thq thqtrain thQIroln thqtrain
train bearing onlll the prlnco itiIii and ulll his lii party partynnlved plrt plrtImicd ittirtyarrived
arrived Imicd In II this city el Hear Admiral AdmiralEvniiH Ad AdmiralEvaits 11 11 11tnnH
EvniiH tnnH was wU the fliot pomon to itpjiear itpjiearon 11111ell 11111ellon
fllt 111101
on tho car platform 1IIIttOlII HP Jp was wo 31 cheered cheeredwildly eheurNIwid cheeredWIldi
wildly wid WIldi by the crowd eloIII tnoit 108t of whom whomitcoKiilznl htoiittecugrmlzed
itcoKiilznl 1 the t ii a tmvnUieio tmvnUieioIn nlvn1h I i o ohit
In II the absence nhiolfco oi ul Mayor toyn Johnson JohnsonActing Joh Jcthnon4t1tlng on onArtnl
Acting Artnl tl Mayor Huncon Iolon infotnud Ilfollwt Prince PrinceHenry 1llnel 1llnellellY ltIiieI
Henry lellY I I envy that I tho people Ileolhl of Cleveland Clevelandwere clovelnnl ievetuiuhveie
were en v vty 1 ry much disappointed llslPllulntcl ml itnt itioloteth In II not IIOlL IIOlLIII be being hLlng ¬
ing III able to have 1m the tl donor 10101 of tt bin hil hI pros proseuro JIIH JIIHCIO itros011CC
euro CIO hero for 01 a long 1011 porlod pOllot Ho lb wild wildthat Jlhl Jlhlthut snitlthat
that tin tlu city cl was wa made Ilde up largely hlAely of ofOenminAnieileans ofUellllAn1IknnR ofUertnn
OenminAnieileans Uertnn UellllAn1IknnR fl4tfllelicOiiS all ni til I of whom hiotn had hadbeen IUIIIheen hiattbeen
been enthusiastically onthushltenly In II favor favO of o giving givinghim givingtutu Ivlnghll
him hll a reception reception1rlncu i etopt toil toillnlnct
Ieccpton IeccptonIrlnco
1rlncu Irlnco Henry lem oxpresjcd hiD gratitude gratitudefor grtwll
for tho ho kind hint l I Itil words Iold 14 and it nil said Hnll sa Id he regret regretled lIreltol ntgiettotl
led that t bit t n lunger lunI1 8 njop rip hud 1111 not 10t been eell iiitanged nr nrtanged
tanged lnllMI Mr lloncon fll1 at the request of ofthe utthr ofthir
the crowd urged unlll him to appear upper upon uponthe utontll tipolithe
the tll plalfonu Idol t011 foiii and nll mnkf mi ititi kl k n 1 brief hllet address addressfitiul milrlss milrlssRHld add ross rossHtnl
fitiul him hll Ii hit In II Biitd 1111 sib P1 Prince Irln1 llonry llonrywhoti 1011 I I eoty eotynbati
whoti heIIHolJ infoniKd of it the presence of u I nvtio man manuhri IUI
who claimed llllfllo cliii tiled to t have hlvo hit ye been h1 lice II08lnre I ii a 1 valut to 0 th thprlniO t II IIjni
prlniO jni un on Oi a 1 Cleimnn IIlon 0 man mll nut ii of war warThe IUI VttFlit
The fhl lit inure pilee recognized reco recogit llzcll Izeil him hll Immedi Immediate Inlnecl Inlneclotcl liutnecilntei ¬
ate and II itt1 theru was nn ni cmthuslastlL cmthuslastlLImmlshaklng ullhusnAle ullhusnAlehnmlshalIII etithuslustlebooth
Immlshaklng hnmlshalIII booth shiak I ug Irlnco 11110 Iri 110 Henry 111 1 tm ty Inquired InquiredInto Ilqlllfll Ilqlllflltntl I iiqtilretlmu
Into mu tntl many Inl IIIII detail of his life lo Hlnco silco he hehad hehiati hohal
had hal peeved on his sh slilp slilpPrlnco Il IlIrlni iii iiiIninte
Prlnco Irlni Henry 1111 110111 then thtl stopped out on ontho ontho onthe
tho platform IIIUrolI Cheer CheP after Itel cheer hlcl rang rangout fnlg fnlgout rangomit
out from fom the crowd followed folowed by h calls callsfor cIIH cIIHCOI callstot
for n tq speech speechThe slleechTho > eeci eeciThe
The prince 1IIIeo smiled smied 501 tIed and Ind bowed but butpointed butp01 ut utIlolnled
pointed p01 nted to Ills Ii is throat thloat I t and icmntked icmntkedthat lomorkel t eiitntketlhint
that lio II wan WIA too hoarse to attempt Itemt to todeliver todellI todeliver
deliver dellI n sperch sperchAfter 81l SPoChAfter eh ehMIlr
After MIlr a stop tJ of 1C l minutes mlnltq niinut s the train trainpulled ttnln11tel trahitilled
pulled 11tel illed out Olt for oi the th cast l11t at t O2 > 2G followed followedby toot11 toot11I
by hi I tremendous crolu1 > M cheering Iheerhl from the thecrowd th thloll thevtod
crowd loll which the thl iilnco acknowledged acknowledgedby Icknowledl i
by lepentcdly lelllltedl bowing bowingMHS hUIlnl howinKM1114
MHS MIH aRIDLY OnDLY 1HKSENTKD 1HKSENTKDDunklik lHSPNrD lHSPNrDDlnklI IitlSErELDitokithi
Dunklik DlnklI N Y March 6At G At Urli UrliMrs J 1ii3Mi IIJ IIJh
Mrs Mi h 4 Orldlcy thlley widow wldol and nlil daughter daughtcl of offaiit ufCnlt ofapt
faiit apt Charles elOtleH V llhleY Jrldley who loin uommandcd loininatirled 0m1Llulel
mandcd 1Llulel the tie Olympla OYlla at 11 Manila ihtin llllu tin bay baywere ht 111 111were
were admitted ndmlted to the train by Invitation Invitationof Invlato Invlatoot
of Admiral Almlll Kvans gvnlH who was UI n clans claiwmate cn cnlulo clansmute
mate lulo of Orldley alldle at li Annapolis Anlupols rite ad admiral udmlll admimi ¬
mimi mlll presented lHejrnled them thlm to Prince 1lln e llenty llentywho HIywho Iluntywho
who gave IhSm th l a very cotdlal cOdll1 welcome welcomeThe welcomeThe Clconw ClconwIhr
The Ihr special B eelal reached tlnch d here hel at 1V 1Voclock IJorlocl 13Joclock
oclock Five Fh thousand persons saw sowthe sawthe UWthe
the train pass through thloulh Th The Lake City Cityband Ciy CiyLnnd Cityband
band serenaded sllenalled the prince princeOFF plhwe01P PrinceOF1
OFF 01P FOIl N1AGAHA IAOAlA FALLS LALLSIlutralo IALLHlutfnlo FALLShlulfitlo
Ilutralo lutfnlo March 0 GIrllcC Prince Henry el spe speclal specal spechit
chit cal arrived Ullvd hero at 315 21 and 0111 left lel at 3 3oclock 3oclock 3oclude
oclock for Niagara Iallr Falls Jns About SCO SCOjieople VOJ tO tOleulthe
jieople were ere In the station Ilatol und tlnl several suvemlthousand sovemlthouHaud severalthousand
thousand more were WtIQ unable una le to gain gainadmittance gainnmltulcc goutnthmlttunco
admittance admittanceMayor nmltulcc nthmlttuncoMayor
Mayor Knight entered the car of th thprince the theprince theprince
prince and nld n 1 few minutes Ilnuloi later lrlnce lrlnceHenl Irlnce IrlnceHenry UninceItept
Henry appeared nJpeutel1 on the platform plaorl and andsaluted uti uti8uluteil aitluIuted
saluted the crowd The ho Qrpheus so society soduty o oelely ¬
duty und the Seventhyfourth Seventhtourh regi regiment te reglineitt l lment ¬
ment band pang ang and Ilul played pJId respective respectively tspecte tspecteIy ¬
Iy a number number of popular llpula German aim 1111
SEATTLE ELEC ELECTION ELECTION ELECTIONRETURNS ¬
TION TIONRETURNS TIONRETURNSSeattle RETURNS RETURNSSeattle
Seattle Seatte Wash March MOIh 5 5Completo 5Completolunlchlnl 5CompleteIflunlouitill Completf Completfmunicipal
municipal lunlchlnl election electon returns arc as al fol follows fol101S oh ohlows <
lows lowsHumes 101S 101SHUI0R lowshumus
humus HUI0R Hep GGOJ Oodwlno Dem D Demr06 I
59116 rOtIG Humes Buro H UII1Ps majority mljor1t tin Gl Kiplliigcr KiplliigcrHep Hplngel HplngelHep
Hep for comptroller < Onptlolll and Iml practicalthe prctcny prctcnythe practical prneticahiythe
the rest of the thl Republican Iepublean ticket tckot polkc polkcn Ilolld IlolldI
n I vote of 7851 7851Stoel 78Gl 7S1Steel
Steel Dem for or comptroller comptroler and nld print practlcally plC plCtcny printticaliy
tlcally tcny tho rest rCst of tho ticket tcltet polled poled r rvote 1 a aote
vote ote of H2S6Cincinnati 4286littoltinati H2S6
US6Olollnt
Cincinnati Olollnt Celebrates CiilchrntrCincinnati Clehrntr CelebratesCincinnati
Cincinnati Cincinnat Ohio March B 5The The con centennial eenlennlal conlenolal ¬
tennial of Urn incorporation Incorlton of Clncln Clnclnrail Clneln1t Clnclitrati
rail 1t was celebrated celobrted today todu with appro appropriate allproprlato appropnlato ¬
priate exercises by b the munclpal au authorities nuthorltes anthoritles ¬
thorities thorltes tho chamber of commerce commerceand eomlerN eomlerNnnd commerceanti
and other olhC organizations Ollnnlzltons On orders ordersfrom 01111 ordcrtfiorn
from fro 1 the war nr department a salute ol
21 gUns gUII was fired fred nt noon from flor the thebatteries thobaterlcs thebatteries
batteries baterlcs nt Fort Thomas At Ihe city cityhall cl Cit Cithail
hall hnl In the afternoon nferloon addresses 11 SS8 were weremade wCle wCleIla wereitinile
made Ila lIe by b Mayor Ia or Flelschmnnn and andothers nlldnlhers andothers
others The h celebration celeblnton concludes concludeswith cOlcudps cOlcudpswih concludeswith
with wih a banquet tonight tonltht In the thechamber thedlnmll thehainbet
chamber dlnmll of commerce COIIIOrce with wih Presi President PreslIlelt Presiiletit ¬
dent Ilelt M > K 1 Ingnlls Inglis as tba tbastmnster tbastmnsterov tluslel
has ov o Nash Nnlh icsponds rC olds for tO Ohio and nld Clov ClovUurbln los los1urbln ov ovDurbin
Indiana while John JohnA
Uurbln for Indian whie whilleJudge Judge Joll
A Fulton Fulol ranponds rQPomls for OQV QQ Qv Ucckham Ucckhamof eckharnot
of Kentucky KentuckyFormer 1 IentttekyFunnel lntuek lntuekForm
Former Atty AtyQen AttyUcn Qcn Judson A Harom Haromwill larom laromwi hfaromwhtl
will wi deliver lelel an 11 address nddelH on Cincinnati Cincinnatiand Clnclnlt Cinclnnjitiand
and Her leI Century CenturyHlK Centul Centityhl
hl HlK 11 lro 110 nt Alkrn kefi kefiiken kpl H n nAlkcn CAIel
Alkcn AIel iken S C March 5Flre I lle here hereearly hereearl hereearly
early earl today todn destioyed restlo d nine nlll buildings buildingscomprising buldlnlM buldlnlMcomprlRlng buIldingscomprIsing
comprising a block llocl < In the he center of the thoclt theIll tuecity
clt Ill city A gale Rnl vas blowing hlowln antI the thollamea tlo tlolalelwcre theuhanies
llamea lalelwcre were fought under und < r great rrfnt dllllcul dllllcultles duhtcuities tllcl tllclls
ties ls There hel weie II no fatalities fatalitiesBunnyMde tnlnltoR tnlnltoRtuln fatalitiesSUflflttide
BunnyMde tuln IM Snnltnrlum Snnlnrlum wn wOJllnong among iw iwbulIdlngH thAiulllnR1 tImbuilthtogs
bulIdlngH iulllnR1 destroyed deRtr 1 and scvetal per perfions pl perlions
lions were Iur Injured Injut d Many nothern tlther peo people peopIe PtOihe ¬
pIe were Ne in II the building hul11nr nt It the time timeIn tml timeIn
In addition adtltol to the sanitarium slnllrll tho fol following lol101Inl foilowing ¬
lowing 101Inl structures strulules worn burned Ly Lyceum 1 1ceum L Lerum ¬
ceum hall 111 the tl hit Alkcn Itecorder toldr ymce ymceand Qfee Qfeennd fflee ffleeand
and the residences rcsldelceJ of ofMtg Mrs Iu Quash the ttuMisses tll tlls theMIsses >
Misses s e Ford and nlil Judge JullE Loomis IOOlls A float number lur floatbet ¬
bet of stables Itnhlcs were ee efe destroyed dMtto el The he fin financial In Inanclal liiianclal ¬
anclal loss 1081 Is not 10t large largeTlio 10nI largeThe
The names nmcs of those thu 1 Injured have net netyet 10t 10tct notyet
yet ct been learned but It U II certain lrtaln that thatnone thatnone hotnone
none of them thtl Is seriously hurt hurtFrom hmtJ1rol btuitlrtnt
From J1rol llalihvln BnlllII Ito I ilw I ii Ilulor lithe r Fxpcillllon FxpcillllonCopenhagen Rlleltlnl RlleltlnlCopenl1gen In lied I I Inn InnCopenhagen
Copenhagen Copenl1gen March tolh 6 Letters lelerl dated datedfrom dMel1from ilatetlfrom
from Franz FIIZ Josellnnd JOIAIHI August 1J 1 1 have havebeen 1m havebeen V Vheln
been heln received leehNI here from the tll Danes who whoaccompanied whonccompiultd nshioaccompanied
accompanied nccompiultd the HnldwlnZolglcr laldwllelgler ArctIp Arc Arctie Ac Actc
tie expedition expelltol The vessels arrived at atFranz nlFranz atFranz
tc Franz Joscfland JOReOin after nfer trying tr llg experi experiences exterlcm ecperICocos ¬
ences cm s with nil ni on board well wel The TheAmerica TheAitterlea he heAlrrica
America Alrrica Intended to winter at Franz FranzJosefland l FranzJoseflanil ronz ronzJos
Josefland Jos fal1 and then proceed northward northwarduntil 10rlhwarll 10rlhwarllunll mrttnvartiuntil
until stopped by b the Ice when the theparty thoInrty theartY
party unll artY on board onrll1 was to start Itnt toward the theNorth theNorth I INOlth
Inrty North NOlth pole poll Mr Ir Daldwln lahlwln hoped that thatthe thlt thltthe thatthis
the America A110rl1 would reach S3 degrees degreesnorth delrecl delreclnorth degreesnorth
north northAnil northIntl northitiiti
V
Anil Danish Jonllh Icleo tnlfl tnl 4iifrltttIJttit 4iifrltttIJttitCopenliageti Cotillons CotillonsCopenhagen 1 t t0 1 I ICopelhnger
Copenhagen Copelhnger March IRr h 5 5Nel SNew New petitions petitionsare petllns petllnsare petItle petItleare
are being belnr circulated crculot 11 by the opponents opponentsof 01l uncnt8 uncnt8of
of the sale sle of the Danish Dnnlsl West Indian IndianIslands IndianIslnlll IndIanIstantis
Islands Islnlll to the United Unl Stalls Stalls for or pre presentation litenentaton iosentatitfl ¬
sentation nentaton to the th rlgsdag rlllng They ThlY proba probably probably roll ¬
bly i will 1 have no effect effectA elfcl eff et etI
A 1 Mniulo Inlllo Oniiiio Gonnl Story Denied DeniedParis IpnlII IpnlIIParIs leiileilParis
Paris March tlrch 6Th 6 The ofllolali ofolal offoreign of t the theforeign th I Iforelln
foreign forelln office otce and nll of the thf Rrlthh lrlhh em embassy outhassy I ¬
bassy here unite In denying the truth tiutliof
of InMs the report rport unie circulated clrculnte dCIlnl In II the Unliot UnliotStates Un Un8tlltS iiuilteiStatse
States yesterday that Mini Maude Maudelonne dttutiehontle llull llullonna
8tlltS lonne had elteray aroused the Fnjtllsh Flllsh colony colonyby cOlon cOlonly colonliSP
by IIT h r revolutionary reolutonnry cpecchfs lle chfs and that thatthe thlt thltthc thatthe
ly the Rrltlsh nmbasnador nmbMMalor Sir Edmund EdmundJ mund mundJ
J 1 Monson Britsh Imd ha tti made formal complaint complaintagainst complaIntagalnt mplolntIgnlnat
against Ignlnat were olBon treaionablt tronII her utterances uterancea claiming calmln th they theywere theywera y ywer
Strike Trouble TroubleNoiSettled TroubleNotSettleciN
NoiSettled NoiSettledClaim
Claim That Rio a Granite Grnde Western J Trainmen Will J l Go Out OutOn OutOn OutOn
On Midnight Mldniyl of Mnrch Mnrcl 13 3 Unless Colter Coler is isRemoved IsIernovedIVaitiig IscmovedH
Removed IernovedIVaitiig cmovedH Waiting IY for Herbert Icrbcrl
The man lmn who nurse lurlCH the Ito thought thOI ht that thatthe thattha thatthe
the trouble lrulle on the Hlu H Oranda Western Westernoccasioned Westernoccnalolll estern esternoeeriilouitd
occasioned occnalolll by I > Trainmaster Tl11lMste Cottori CottoriwhoUiale oltur olturwholeaall otturnttfiIi
whoUiale nttfiIi U dIMmrgd IlsllllrgI ii istliit rgkt of employe elIIIYI Is Issettled 1 1HPttPll iiitttleil
settled HPttPll U I laboring Ilbollnf under unllcl n 1 mistaken mistakenappichemilon Illtnlel Illtnlel1lehlllo1 inistimltiitippiulueinsloit
appichemilon 1lehlllo1 of the fuxts C tH While Whll hulk tha thadllllculty tli tliIlteuly tlttdhllicuity
dllllculty Ilteuly may 111 not 10t eultrtlnnto In a I gen general genertil Cn Cntrnl ¬
eral trnl Httlko 1110 or tieup teup that act Is II never nevertliulwa 10el 10eltlullll neverthtuless
tliulwa tlullll ontertalned ontItlllell In all ul seriousness seriousnessrepot HelloUHllSS HelloUHllSSlOPOItl aerlotiettenaloports
repot lOPOItl loports IB lo the umtrury tlltlllry notwlthsiiind notwlthsiiindIngi lowlhSIIII lowlhSIIIIIlg
lug and aOl midnight Ih111ht of Thursday ThursdayMarch rhurll rhtirsdRyMorchi
March I ch 13 Is II tho time tle set fur the vnrloim vnrloimonlcif vlrlouH vitnloUutoidetti
onlcif 011011 of opuratlng 0110r1t1 Uiilnmon uIIIOI to walk walkout wnlkuut nnlktiut
out f hUI 11111 i om thu conipnnys C0I1111 wrvlre Irlre riru until untiltlie untl untlthe V Vthe I
the situation HllUlllol has hn bacn tdJustpd adjusted to the theHatlKfactlon th thsntsCnctol lhitsulisiactlomi
HatlKfactlon sntsCnctol of it nil nlewnClllet noncorncd Tho Thodeclaintlun ThoII Tiiotlcluintluut
declaintlun II clalnlol Is jiOBltlvaly 1111101 > and Ind dednltelymade definitely dlllel definitelyinitijo > 1 1Iude
made Iude that thl nut n wheel will rl move utter utterthat I utterthat eI eIthat
that huur hu itnlem 111811 the dymaiuls Ifmlll of the thum tho
m nli 111511 n me 11 III P met ll In II I n th the mltantlme mltantlmeK mtanthne Ittlottit tine tineIt
K 1 upped UPIQUII tlt tlmt the tt removal ttnnal of ofTialimia otflIIIIISIII ofTi
Tialimia Ti flIIIIISIII litnitei ter Cotter Otcl U I Ilulte < ulte us great greatnn Ilen
nn 11 object to it the tll m mn n as the tl rcHtaratlon rcHtaratlonto rlstomtul
to service of the 50 ro or more mlro discharged dischargedIliiplnycH llAchlr dischargediuttlitYCH el
IliiplnycH lllloYCH Tho differenced Ilrel lcl S between betweenthis bl betweenthis twlet
this ofllclnl ofcJnl and 111 tho trainmen tralnnlm are le very verypionuunccfl veryilnonounrel er I
pionuunccfl lIOluulcI1 In II I ii their tlclr hid r chaiuctti chnluehl Oen Oenorally Oencml henemIly
orally cml epaklng teplklnl the latter Intor ar init l > loth in insay tosay 1 1ny
say ny anything ulthln un > thttio or in make riny nn move 101 thai thaibears thll thllbelH hintbunia
bears belH dlicctly 1110t on the situation Ldtuntol In II such suchn uchia
n way that publicity IIublcly will wi result Attci As Asto 8 8t
to t Mr h Cutter ltl he linn hlH be 1en teen n out of town townfor tO1 tonvlucii
for cii several 8cral days Iln A and Iml his htl version verllol of tho thotrouble thoIuuhle thetrouble
trouble Iuuhle cannot clunol bo Q ascertained IScl rtnllll1 To Todeny Todeny Todeli
deli that there Is trouble
deny tlt I tlllhl however howeverwould hOICI homveveiwould
would be like 1 denying elylll lint Mir Is l hot hotor hotIJr hotor
or water atel Is vet Trouble dooo loCH exist existand existnnd existand
and will wi continue cUltlue to do no 10 until unll some somekind seinekInd omeItld
kind Itld of an adjustment UdJll tment Is made madeWCLI1Y madcWELBY tootleEL11Y
WCLI1Y POPULAll POPULA1 WITH MEN MENGeneral MI MENOrnenith N NOlnerll
General Olnerll Superintendent SuPCrlntlllent Welby la 11 al also 01so also ¬
so out of tile city cl cii on 01 bUlln busmen M and andtherefore ald aldI autththerefore
therefore I hetetull his views cannot be 1 obtained obtainedIn ullnlnc ullnlncIn
In this connection 101nC01cJ though thoulh It may nll iOn be bestated Ie Iestatell bestated
stated that thlt the he relationship lohllonllp between betweenhim lJtwcel betweenhull
him nnil oiI the th men 1n on iii I his hil division 11IHloI In of ofth otthn itthut
th thn hut kindliest IclnllPst nature ulture They fhe ilnlm llll they theyhnvo the the111e Itohave
have 111e ever Inl been 1ln able to deal 111 sltli lth him himIn htuuitt
In 11 such luch u manner 1111WI that Ihnt the best good goodot gOCd gOCdot
ot ot all al wan subserved lublerlell In their present presentHtnfH prestlt prestltslrl presentHtrelH
HtnfH slrl however r they the are Ire looking luoldnl to toManager tl toManager
Manager lnnalel Herbert for tnI the thl relief relct they theyask tho thoIS tIieosk
ask IS and anl his coming 01111 to Bait Sl Lake with within wlh wlhIn withlii ¬
in the tll next lext few fll duyn dlYM In II looked IIHkel forward funvuidto Corlld Corlldto
to with keenest satisfaction satisfactionOf SI tstoclOl
wih
Of course eOUlae It IH II ht not tnt known just what whattlio whuttho whatthe
the outcome oltcOI will 1 bo on al the airlvnl ofMu of ofMr ortl
Mr tl HeHint lerhI Hut the thl men ute appar apparently Illpar Illparut apparcutly ¬
ently ut arranglnjr lurangllr manors IllN1 In II such luch a 1 way waythat WiY WiYthn waythat
that t will w plnco pln the company tPtnpuiail tPtnpuiailv
y out of budlnesi hUdlleu or ti nt leant Ilalt put Jt It at ata It atOt
a great 111 disadvantage 11HLJ11L 01 lssliom II is shown by bythe bytbe byhe
the following lolo111 letter leterIttt letterseuit pent totlie tltheNcll totIt News Newstmlny Newsinlay
inlay Imlly by I a representative rCllrescntutr member of ofhe otIhe ofthe
he Brotherhood lloth Ihood of llallroad Jalrold Trainmen Trainmenwho rlnmen rlnmenwho
who prscnts IJispnta the matter 11tel an uHvlecd viewed by bythe h htho bythe
the vailous orders OlclS ot operating opemtnl forces
MIDNIOHT IDNl1r THE 13TH 13THThe 13Tl 13ThThe
The he strike Is more Imminent than thanever thunrr thanever
ever It bus b bern rn decided 1 lded among nUolg thu thumen thl heuiin
men Iln In II the employ of the lie Hlo Hu 11 Uiandc UiandcWestern Ullnde UllndeWeSI1 JiandeVestvrti
Western WeSI1 rtliIWA railway rnln to tie up the Hystem HystemU Hstel
U midnight Illdnlght March Iuldl 13 In case Train Trainmaster TIalnIIMter TualobuNter ¬
master IIMter George 0001 eonge F Cotter Cler Is 1 not re removed reo reomovd neunovcd ¬
moved movd He has In the estimation eBtratol of ofthe otthe ofthe
the employes elpIO Is of the thel8lel system become becomealtogether becomeuogether becomeultogether
altogether too tOl obnoxious ObloxloUM In II the thl dls dlsrlmtgc dls11gl dtscliarge
rlmtgc 11gl of his duty dut rendering until lunl de decisions dpcBlon declion ¬
cisions cBlon without Ilholl giving the employes employesrunccrned cmployIunletle ernptousiunventlel
runccrned Iunletle an oppoitunlty oPPoltunttr to take tule their theircases thcl theIrcases
cases COMIM to the general gellCnl superintendent UJtrtntendent Mr MrA MrA MrA
A 12 I Welby who has beenwith been een with us tt S for foryears toryenl or oryears
years yenl and all who has lal proved himself hlmtel a aboardminded nlolIImlnded aLmtII1niInied
boardminded lolIImlnded and fair otllclal olcJnlglvlng otIIcIahgining giving In Ineach Ineach
each 11 < 1 case cnll a Just mid 111 Impartial 10Jurtalleellon 10JurtalleellonIe decision decisionHe
He Ie Is held In II tht > highest esteem Cte lU by all allof ni allof
of the roads employes empl R His Hsmnnner Ulsinnnner manner of ofdealing otccalhl ofdealing
dealing ccalhl with wih subordinates IIbordlnnto8 commands commandsthe
the he respect of the latter In nearly tlaly nil nilcases al allcaes
cases t e3 During Durng the middle mldlo of 0rFelruar 0rFelruarcC February Februarycf
cf tho present plO Clt year CII an agreement nlctnnent was wasentered waMtllered isasentered
entered tllered Into by h the manager tlnngcr J JHerbert M MHerbert MHerbert
Herbert the Orotherhood of hallwayTrainmen Hallway HallwayTrainmen Inlln InllnTrainmen
Trainmen and nd Order OrdPr of Hnllway hallway Con Conductor Conductorn Oi ¬
ductor follows followsIf rolo8 from trm which clause elQuRe2G 25 cited cted uts utsfollows n asfollows
If 1 n trainman be taken off or his run runfor tunror runfor
for any In cause CIUe he shall shnllolyen bo given a 1 hear hoarlug hearing heal ¬
ing at which he Ie shall Ihal have the right rljht to tohave toIUle toiumve
have IUle a 1 trAinman trolnlnn In the employ of the thecompany thoOlpnny theeoinptiny
company Olpnny Of o hla own selection Heleclol to np npI nitreur p ppClr
I pClr reur > cur nml OHI speak Rlenlt for ot him nndnhatl llRhnl have havethe hlll luiethe
the right Illht to appeal from ruin the decision of ofIhe otI ofthe
the I local ofllelnls olells to the general lenol11 tifllccrs tifllccrsof oOceu oOceuof
of the company COlpan Should no decision be beremlejed her betetitlejed
remlejed r Jleed within 15 days dn he shall shallreceive shll shallreceIve
receive his regular Icgllor pay Iln until unt the thedecision thl thedecisIon
decision decslol la II arrived allhed at nt rite ac accused acd acetused ¬
cused d party nt If he so desires IIHltespl11 shall be beallowed 10 10110C1 beallowed
allowed 110C1 to sec nil ni evidence eldenccprolluCI eldenccprolluCIagainst produced producedagainst producedagainst
against him Parties Pnrtes being heln found toul1 not notguilty 10t 10tgult notguilty
of against agalnslh
guilty gult chnrces chlce preferred preCerrcl
h h
them th9t will 1 be allowed nlowcll their time tme an n per pereliuup perc1l peri14tuse
eliuup c1l > e Z5 2 which hlrl Is 1 ono onQ days dnY1 pay for foreach tOlI foreOhi
each I h 21 horn hornCOTTKIt hOIII hOIIICUTlm V ViOTTJfl
COTTKIt CUTlm CHA1U1HD CHA1U1HDMr CIAUnla Cli41lIFtIr I IMI
Mr MI Ir Cotter COlf11 has violated Iflntel Urn above abovertfinint nlo1 abovea
aRrelolnl a rtfinint in 11 ivtrry PIlr iter partlculnr Illtcllrl Itrt lctltu Ignor Ignoring IIUI IIUIII I gnu gnuiit ¬
ing II iit the th de tleIilatthIi lIJld ma ml n of employed erJlo t to 14 sea seauvdene ReeoIclehj seetvjtl
uvdene oIclehj tvjtl en < < produced hirod Iroluld uttl against nglllut them thell mere merely merely II r rI ¬
ly I Jflbig e plul I ig You tire ac no 10 longer wanted wantedThA woulod1hl taui tad tadfIii
ThA 1hl fIii I as much IIwh nil nil al any dlsehuiged dlsehuigedman Ilslhllled IlslhllledJGI
man JGI ha Ii been able RIle lo 1 get Iot out of him himNow himNow ltluuiNow
Now MIII Ilh iii it j directly dlrol In contllct contlct with withtill wlh wlht titlithi
till t thi 1 uirreeimnl 1NIul referred to nnd nnt ii tid tho thoclatlpe thoi theel4tuee
i clatlpe cl U f that hOB ti becil blel quotod That Is IsPl isPt1IeeIy
Pl Pt1IeeIy 81 ily uhut Ihlt wo W want to talk tnlt over overWith overi1lt
With I I Mr h Heibwrt JII eI If I Cottar CutAr can Vlo VloItt SioInti 10 10II
II Inti Itt any Iny part 111 of the contract cUltruct because becauseills hOIouI
I It II ui ills him ii liii nhy Ih tVlt rnnt the lie men Inl alto altolitt nl so sottU1Iitt o oJernh
Jernh ttU1Iitt do dothem litt mime 1111 t tblngl tblnglLlie thll ii I hg hgtiutli
Llie ruth l Is Mr it Cotter has not 10t had hadlumcleni hnllinu hadttttJtltut
otor
inu lumcleni m ll Ul expertenoe exp91Ilmo to handle hlnll II iiti Inigo Inigoaifijy Inlgo InlgoII
aifijy II ti flJ of Ir employe IlploH nucli as 1M the th Western Westernhaft Wtstorn Wtstornhl Vesternhiim
haft hl hiim We all ni know kuol nnd nlt the public publickntuvg Iluhlc IluhlcJu Public4ikrXts
Ju kntuvg 1 that this thll road rld has had for years yearshatmost 3etttHlIimost el
hatmost 1 efilclent ltllplH fflcien body hod of men mel employ employed ellllo ellllotll euiiploet ¬
ed et by rai 3 any alt mountain railroad rtroull Our Olr olll ollldaft 01 0thcituflt
daft ell hftetorme hrIWfoE have UO nlwayn allIA treated treatedWith treal1 treal1wlb treatedWIti
With wlb iw 1 durliiK hours 1IIIrl of double nnd nndivti aut tutd1iav1t
ho 1iav1t ivti given II I u titi every opportunity olPorlull to toproye tnplO I Ipiote
proye plO our 01 ra ease IIO e and nl1 even eVIU If IfOtlelhcr set iuipowmembcrs setOtlutieinhier >
owmembcrs Otlelhcr have been fouml rOUIIIIIII irullfy atlill s nt ntoccasional o orociIeiomml
occasional oe < Ilunl neglect a reprimand rellIIHI11 ot 30 todurt 30thli
durt 113 thli or some 1011 such a I matter IUer was con confllderetl COl coitsufllcinuit
fllderetl Alc t l sufllclont sunclenl imrilshment IlunlRhl1UI to toslrulghten to11111hteu 0 0sirtlighuteti
slrulghten 11111hteu out olt dlfTUniltlei r Iflul le That lot hiattbeeli lias liasbetii haAbe
betii be i the poitlon pOlton Poll ion of more 1010 than one Vt itO goodnmjji good goo1ml goohntn
nmjji ml ntn l After IeI tet his time had IUll thus been beenWMpd II0n II0nO beeneVtl
WMpd O fd he h would 10uh bo 1 hi restored lellp1 lo l 0 elilty eliltyagain Ihl lIlt lIltflfliJui
again RUI U and thlngfl tllnjl t lii utgs would go o on ni Just j tilL as asthiTugh 11 OHI
thiTugh th I II I nothing 101111 notiui tug had hia over 01 happened happenedpnwwlng ira hnllpelwdpro itpouwdproyrding
pnwwlng pro nl he ht IxjhnVwl lJhl1 hlnmelf hhl1t nut nutnow hutitov
now 110 the least little ItP thing muuns our ourclIwjtmiKe 011 iUI iUIdimtoiatgo
clIwjtmiKe dl mUte Our jUscwH IJII are 11 filled Iled with withMJMourl wih wih1Lourl withMpotiri
MJMourl Pneiflr IolI r or Wabash nbn h employes employesof elnllloYlsf1
1Lourl I1p of whom who I 11111 may mi have hllO been din dlsi dil dinca1ed
f1 ellf ca1ed Id i d for offenses otelseBtuah much wot SVIi50 1110 so than thanthe thouI hll
tlftwn tlftwnRglrllul I Rglrllul Egar1iItg the Injustice lljstee of all ni this thisKfc thlti thistti1tb
ti tti1tb Kfc the 110 caw la e of John Toll llceil n ll1 our OU elll elllrlurn sillIQljl 1
rlurn I I iinekeiper lm kelpol who whuhlR has been with witho withtl withthJlio
tl thJlio Io o halide 11nllo Western Weslor for or 11 1 long longDuring lot longvtfll
IrJI During Durin that time tln Mr I Welby Wtlw
lUitliuiled i1iWilJll7l him to oinphiy nil condueiorn condueiornnndMjrakeman condu eonduicioisntid lorll lorlln1ll1
nndMjrakeman n1ll1 tmlkpllllln examining them as to totlKilr tothllr tothu
tlKilr thu i tlthuas fie which he has done donewith dOllewit ilouietst
with wit tst Kirnt credit to hlimwlf and th throad the theiWt
road 1111 In thin capaulty he has hll served servedas
as tminmuRter lIIInlU1I81lr without the title It In Intru hItru inru
tru ru but as trainmaster I nil the same sameannVwasevtilield someIIn annieandwaR
annVwasevtilield IIn andwaR WQA ovcm 1 held In hlghi > nt 1 esteem by bynUjihO lJy1I1lhJ bynlhItO
nUjihO came 1mb In contact with him Why Whyshouldnt Whyeh hy hyelIoVlIut
shouldnt eh hlPit lilt hl case be e Investigated uc ucCOKIIU 11 114IJlJ cc91diJlO
COKIIU < 4IJlJ to 0 the provisions ot the theagr thengr theagrrient
agr agrrient Mont entered Into with Mr Her Here Iterbt
bt l
ore e a1 nil Very erY er ileslrous that Mr MrJ Mrhlelert1shnht tr trJI
J JI Jcflwriuriall rllrl < IIh II II lofllFlritatlilv lo lodU intat1ils commotion commotionund
und un adjust the trouble by removing Mr MrCotter MICoter MrCotor
Cotter to saute position that he may maymore mll mllmorabl tonymore
more morabl ably lilt AVrp arc not desirous of ofcreating otcrclltlng ofcreating
creating trouble with Mr Ir Herbert for forwe rorW tarwe
we W > know him to be a gentleman of ofbuslntfm otbuslltsl ofhttisitien
buslntfm experience and wide capacity capacityFeeling cUllncltyJeellllll capacityFeeling
Feeling assured that he wants the con contract contract on ontrnctIlth ¬
tract trnctIlth with the employes lived up to towe towo tone
we await his coming and notion with withno ith ithno
no little Interest tnt teit He shall have sniP sniPdent sufllrlent Builldent
dent tine of notice before anything anythingfarther nnythtnlCrartherls aunythlrigartherIs
farther artherIs Is done We believe his action actionwill actionwill actionwIll
will be favorable and we VO anticipate anticipatethat
that It It18 Is not far away awayTHE nwn nwnTilE awayTILE
TilE MICNS SIDE SIDEThe Slmfhe SIDflFhie
The above Is essentially the Ito mens mensside menltside mciislde
side of the story Their grievances will willdoubtless willtIoubtles 111 111doubtle
doubtless s be fully and fairly Investi Investigated Inestlgated lnvestlmotted ¬
gated according to that gentlemans gentlemansbest
best Judgment Whether he will go BO BOfar 110ral sofar
far as to accede to the lIsmlKal < of ofMr orMr ofMr
Mr Cotter Is an unanswered question questionlint qup tlon tlonBut
But that he will do something to mItt mitigate IIIll1gatoconcJIUoll1l mIttgate ¬
gate gatoconcJIUoll1l conditions Is fully believed A AKtrlke AMtrlke Astrike
strike would oulli not be popular nl this thistime thisline lilatime
time UcsIdPH It would be disastrous disastrousto IlI nBItOU nBItOUto
to the themen men the company nnd the pub publie publie
lie 1 All would suffer the consequences consequencesof
of such n course That It will be avoid avoidded nvoldded avoiddod
ded Is the lie sincere hope of every ever thinklout think thinking thinkInG ¬
ing person personNO personNO
NO O FOUJIAL ACTION ACTIONThere ACTIONTllere ACTIONThere
There appears to have been een no n formal formalor
or definite action on the put art of the thevarious thororloull thevarIous
various brotherhoods so far ns the thoNews theXewlI timeNews
News Is able to ascertain although althoughthe
the claim Is as above elated that thatthe thatthe tlmatthis
the stlko will como on March 13 unless unlessthe unJlJsthl utmbosatime
the conditions contended ll for or nre nrebrought IIIPhrouriht nIPbrought
brought about by b or before that time timeOn timeOn tImeOn
On what this claim Is based beyond beyondwhat beron1what beyontlwhat
what IB here set forth the News does doesnot doonot doesnot
not pretend to state It Is certain that thatan hotaim
an order to walk out must come from fromthe tromthl traintin
the regular authorities and It appears appearsto
to be Just ns certain that tho those e whose whoieright who whoserIght e eright
I right it Ills Is to declare ouch a strike have havenot haelIot havenot
not yet ot spoken
PERMISSION TO INVEST 6000000
Judge Hall this morning save IIC Mrs MrsSusanna MrsSusannn MrsSusanna
Susanna I n FineryHolmes guardian guardianof
of Loul Louisa ° a 0 Emery permission to Invest In Invest Inest ¬
vest est 60000 In Improvements ts on lot lothilock f fblock 6hlock >
block 2 plat I I which belongs b lolIs to her herward herwald hernard
ward The petitioner states that she shehas shehaB shehiatt
has funds on hand belonging to her hersaid hersaid
said ward Louisa Umery amounting to tomore to1I0ro tomore
more than 100000 nnd she thinks < lI that thatthe thttho thatthe
the proposed lmpro Itnl1rrJvtomellts Mnents would wo hl be n
safe Investment of a part of the th money moneyof rnone rnoneor
of the estate The ground Is situated situatedon 8llunt 11 11on
on the corner of First nnd State streets streetsand stteolllIInl streetsnod
and was recently purchased by h th the es estate e etnle estntu ¬
tate for 9000 It Is the Intention ot otMrs ofMrs
Mrs 11 Holmes to erect several residences residenceson
on the lot for rental purposes s Tho Thoamount ThoAII10lnt Thennmomunt
amount proposed to be Invested IlIw letl 160000 160000would GOOOOwoUltl 60000would
would make a great Improvement In Inthat IIIthat litthat
that coiner and the petitioner r thinks thinksthat thlnkHthat thinksthat
that It would be u very profitable In Investment Inwstmcnt Innestmen ¬
vestment
YOUNG WOMAFPSSTRANOBPEATH WOMAFPSSTRANOBPEATHMiss WO IANS STRANGE DEA DFAT11 DFAT11Miss TU TUMiss
Miss Jessie Sterling a Washington County Young Woman Dies DiesUnder DiesVinier i iUl1d
Under Ul1d r Mysterious Circumstances at the Residence of a aRelative aRclatLsc aRelativc
Relative Judge Ii uS S Lancy
Miss Jessie Sterling aged 24 former formerly ¬
ly J of Washington county Utah died diedsuddenly dlel1ucldenl tiledsuddenly
suddenly ucldenl this morning under mysteri mysterious nitetltlUl ¬
ous circumstance at the residence of ofJudge otJucIje ofJudge
Judge II S lone 6SJ cast Sixth SixthBouth Sixthuuth SixthSouth
South street The remains were re removed reo reomovcll reInOVet ¬
moved to the morgue of Joseph JO eph Wil William WII110m Wilham ¬
liam Taylor and un official Investiga Investigation InvtstlJatlon ¬
tion Is being made by Justice Ju tlce Lochrle Lochrlethis LochrlethIs LochrlethIs
this afternoon as the young woman womandied womandIed womandied
died without medical attendance and andbecaust 111111becR antibecausi
becaust becR ot gossip et neighbor to the
I effectthat all had not been right there therelllslior thereflishojm
lllslior Sheets called Undertaker Tny Tnyloro Ta Taloro TaIoro
loro attention to the talk that had been beenpasHtd IJtttnn6lftd benlnBetl
pasHtd around us r especially p I claliy culling for forjudicial lorJullclltl forjudicial
judicial Investigation and the II matter matterIs
Is being b llIg cleared cleu l up this afternoon afternoonThe nCtpnlOonTIle afternoonT
The T particular In the calc as slated slatedto sla teoJ teoJto
to tnemtim < fs of the press early lrl this af afternoon litler atternmon ¬
ternoon ler OIl by II Judge Konev are an foil follow tClIlo foilIowa ¬
low lo Iowa Miss Sterling came from WnsW WnsWingtorr Was WasIntorr WaaJinglag
ingtorr county a year ellr ago II Co and found foundemployment tounllI foundemployment
employment emplo ment In thin eltyat It nt some of th threstaurants Ihrestaurants threstaurants
restaurants as a waiter She Is a sec tecond seconl1 seeond
I ond cousin of Judge Laney but did not nottrtak notItlak nottmlak
trtak her presence nitre known to o him
In
until It rtt II last t Novwnlwr N iuimt bet I when wb w Iiui ll chic he ap appeared 011PElftIll cm it itpenned ¬
penned a fit < his hi home but did 1101 re remiiln Irnllll11 tCmaui <
maui long nt riny uy me thus 11w 11wjiulgeR 11111jhlltoll rim rimJ
jiulgeR J mother nmot Imem let ii led or old ago agoJanuary nil a go goJ 0 0JllnuRly
January J iluituit ry t6 Inn In s t nnd tin I MSH i tat Kim HllJlling itt oil ling te temnlned 11InllhlOll meinitlumeti
mnlned to ke klfl p lumao for the lIe judge judgeThem jtit1elheio jUIIfO1helo
Them wan WI no restraint r cm her and sums sliewent sumsveumt ll llWCllt
went nnd cube an Hho hu pltaned 1I1ell seti ell hut hilt t the thejudgo thljudge theJudge
judge sayx nn II far a III he h knew the Ih fflrl fflrlwns IflrlIIS Irl Irliln
wns IIS of good 0011 habits did n t twelve twelvecompany IocehpcOUlllnn meceiveeotipan
company KO fur ii r ns he wan t enure und imuudnVrltt unduiifl ulldWClS
uiifl always at homo nights He lI believ believed bell bellell ¬ V Ved
ed the girl was nil right rightYcslirdity rhlhtYe rightYeNtcrliI3
Ycslirdity Ye lttdll afternoon when Iw III MImI cnmehome MImIhOlnt ciunhalite
home Mist 1 1 Hteillng tins drying her herhair hethnlr herhittr
hair out nn the Ih porch and he h ndvlled ndvlledher 1111111her atIvlailiar
her to io in out of the damp atmos atmosphere otlJtOJIhlre ntinoftPlume ¬
Plume na she might 1II1 ltl i nteh cold old Hhe did didnot dillnot didnot
not get ftupper for fo r him It I iii l lest t night nml nmlhy nlillhI Ottillie
hy saw no more of her until he h hcnrd hcnrdher Murllher htOitrither
her call l about 1I JUt S 30 n in from rolll tlio tlllll rear renrroom rearroutim nl nlrlllJllI
room u where I 1Iel lore she slept Ho lejilled ns nssoon asSeoul
soon ns he could III1I only Jnl to find tho ylrl ylrlsufforlng ijirlstiffening Irl IrlslltrutlnH
stiffening from roim great rPllt pain I1ai In h hvr r back backnnd IJllcitIIl1l buckit
nnd IIl1l it ltd stomach Him ha 1 wild 1111 Id she thought t a allttln tLIItHl iiI
llttln I I t I he whisky nht 15k might t ease In n ti I tho Ito pain ita I tm and andthe nnlthe ii nil nilI
the I Judge travo it i e her some which tthi bIt np ophtealOtl nppearod uIIpOII
pearod pOII 1 to have a quieting effect e < eel Then Thenthi Thollthe Thouthe
the judge retltod to his own mom In Inthe IIIthe liitime
the front of the house leaving tlio tliotransoms tl1tIlnllClll18 timit
transoms t in illfttfls opon 01 iCh In I it CHIP there should > hi hia hIa imea
a recurrence o of if trouble troubleIt
It cmm about 4JO 0 when he found foundMists lounlIII omituttitl
Mists tl III ta BlerlltiK S tori log nuffeilng 8l1t1 samTeii 11I11C mmg wo 1101111 me than thanever IhollI I ha tt ttever
ever I He I II wiBgaatitl and she 8h advised advisedthai IIIIIPIthllt ntlIsedha
thai ha t he hurry h Itti icy HI mice jIICf for a trained trainednurse tJalllrt1I1Ie iii itietl itietlultilee
nurse Mini Annie nllie Mulln of Wl 07 rn rot t
Sixth Hotitli Htiwt n lenitive tehitt ins of both boththe hoththe itotitthe
the judge und Miss Sterling and he hewfnt hefllIl hictteuit
wfnt fllIl ovwr nfter a fteu Mlmt M lee Mulln tl a liii shortly shortlyafter IIhorllvatler shortlyafter
after S oclock Tlmy Tile Rut back about 0 floclock 0uclock 0oclock
oclock to find the th miffum In convul convulsions cOIInlBlolIM coiimtiSbuS ¬
sions nnd a as s t the nurse it mw IIn w the patient patientfiH Intl ieiit ieiitnnH
WAS fiH In I It a dangerous un agerous condition mottil i t lou urgd urgdthe r1l1thl ti rg1Ii
the Ii t judgo to 0 tall Ii I I n physlelnn mm Immedi Immediately Iml1 I III IIIulrl I Iittely ¬
ately ulrl Dr Homner was va agreed on ond ondJudge nlldJudRe uuudJitdgs
Judge Lnny 1llnt hurried after him It was wasseven WUNJleell wasseven
seven or a Illtle Ii 1 tIe after when the I doctor doctorronihed 1101101lIIIIheli lottt lotttirailiod
ronihed the house hoti cc and the nnfortunnte thllIlItortullntlorl1l1l1 I lie nnfortunntewoman It mifort u aim te teWOfliit
woman ii Imd expired CX lii red only onl n Illtle lit III I to nilk nilkbefoie whllhofoll t hue huebofoin >
befoie Tlie hi floor of the thm bedioom l lloOIll nnd nndthe tiuiulI 1111 1111till
the I Ii p back porch iomt Ii wnH UH found rouncllovpretl ton miii covered with withvomit wllhvOl1lt nvl tim timsOil
vomit sOil it nnd a uid Dr llosmor I I esunom discovered In Ittthis Inthis InthlH
this snrdlneu II Swiss I1I1 g cheese nnd potato potatohlom potAto1011I potatolrtntui
hlom the I lie general conditions eouttl it ttnts Ihu I doctor doctoroxprPHFed dUltllroIIII titme or orexities
oxprPHFed oIIII pel1 the ti is opinion opt ii ion tlmt tim t ptomnlnv ptomnlnvpoisoning lIOll1nhll01 tie tieluntsomm
poisoning l01 luntsomm 01l11l1 I 1mg rnticcd ii ii rid Mlsf l ten BterllnfH S I tml I hgs duntli duntliHut 11lIlhnut mien t It ItIhutt
Hut tho 1mm doctor ti at tam would mH give Itl nny nn poi poiIIIvi IIOSIIIIl 110 110itlit
IIIvi Ktatemcnt Htat lIlIlIt until after nn autopsv autopsvImd nlllolJhnll atitnitashutch
hutch been made iii muthe This Ih is Is Judge 1 Lnn ° yn ynstory ysstory 14 14NtOT
story of the th rase 1 08 He slated be haul Imdnotlllfd 111111notlll haulitotliheul
notlllfd notlll 11 William VlIl Sterling fnliter tlllh to timer 1 of the thedeceased thoIOCOIMI I livuleceit
deceased uleceit seth nnd a umil her brother In i mm Unshltu UnshltuIon tush a8hlnlltOil ln lntoti
Ion county COUll I nnd nd he expected expeot d tho oM allgent oMgrtiUlitmnn 011ItllUoman
grtiUlitmnn gent hunta mm would come to I a Salt Sultlnkl Sit I t Lake ha ice Im Immediately 1111tnrfllutIl liiimneulhtltmh ¬
mediately lIe also stated dint Miss MlnsSterling MissS IM3lrllIl1lr
Sterling S cr1 I tig had complained 01111 DIn tooth swim tlma tlmaprevious I I limo limopreniotus
previous to Miss IIA Malln of a tihysleal tihyslealtrouble lh uuimysleahI Mlcal MlcallItJhll1
trouble I loll hho which may 1nn hnvo ptoved n ftittar fac factor fn fntor ¬
tor In her dentil The 1h dcensed tI < wan 110 it itstout 1HtOllt astoltt
stout lobtiHl young woman previous previousIn
In the best of health und It Is consid considered romiiulereti onlhlor ¬
ered or 1 somewhat 80m whnl iiipntkable lint the thevomiting theomlllllJ thisnoinltluig
vomiting did not relieve leIJI > her In the > at attacks attOIkll attucks ¬
tacks tacksJustice tOIkllJustice tucksJ
Justice J mis I ice Loehrli decided 11tltl 1 after an mm ii In Infoimal Inronmtl I mm mmformal
formal hearing of the clrcum clrIItIMtnnc611 tnnce at attending at1IIIIIIIIIr att ¬
tending t etmul I uig MIHH mi inn Sterlings S I cr1 itigs death ii COt Ii to I have haveDr IlIIvoI havelr
Dr I r Mayo h o make nn external examina examination olollllnntlon oxutithontluiui ¬
tion of this t11 remains arid If hn ndvlscil ndvlscilIt
It and Judge Lany IIII wished the jus justlco JUBtlco justhco
tlco would order orl r an autopsy to bo made
SKVATI5 SKVATI5Washington fmNTIWnshlngtoll
Washington March rt l > At lint con conelusion conlll C0mioluimluim
elusion lll luli of routine business S In till sen senate SQIIIte seimlute ¬
ate consideration was begun of the th bill billmaking hililIIaklug hillmuiakliig
making appropriations for the oxccu oxcculive execUtI oxecutInt
live tI judicial and legislative expenses expensesThis eXlOllllOBTllt expeutacisThIs
This is tm second of the big smipilhills supply supplybills IIUIIlllyhl1l
bills of tho government to be I taken tnll JI Ui Uiby upby uimby
by the senate senateTno sonnle1flO senateThe
The reading of the II bill wn sas allron concluded concludedat lulle1 lulle1at
at 2 oclock nil ot the lit committee committeeamendment WlI1l1ltteeUIIII1I1t1mcnl umiinittee umiinitteeammieiidmncimtn
amendment having bctm he agreed I1gr J t tWithout tn tnWlthOlIt totWithout 1
Without Withoutpssscui ilMmte TffeblllWwuTthtf TffeblllWwuTthtfpussed Trf iIllvfW tl ilh ilhPIllR91 I
pussed without division divisionThe rll18IunJhe dIIsIoumlhme
The bill providing for tho commuta commutation eomrnultloll eotmmmuitIou ¬
tion Iou for townslte purposes of home liomestrad homslenlllnttle homeatcoul
strad slenlllnttle entrIes In certain portions of Ok Oklahoma OltlalOlIIo Ottiaitorint ¬
lahoma wa wan 11 passed passedThe p ittissedriie ptd ptdjlIe
The untlnlHlied biisltipfis the shipping shippingbill
bill then was laid before the senate senateand eellntenntl seimitteand
and Mr Ir Clny 11 of o Georgia delivered 1 IIV rcd n nspeech t811rech tmspeecim
speech In opposition to the measure measureIIOUHK
IIOUHK IIOUHKWashington 11 110 n mm mmWa IJi4flWashingtomm
Washington Wa hlnglol1 March B 5Time Tho chaplain chaplainof
of lie house > In his Invocation today re referred reterred noerred ¬
erred feelingly tecllt to tho death of Hoprc Hoprctentative npreentnlhe htopresentntive
tentative Polli of Pennsylvania lennH lvnllla which whichoccurred whichoccurred whichoccurred
occurred suddenly nt Philadelphia last lastnight In9nIght lastnight
night and prayed for the bereaved bereavedfamily bereeetlatoll 11AOl1tnmll
family familyThe tnmllfhe atoll atollrime
The conference report upon the pen pension pcnslun liondon ¬
sion don appropriation bill wrw called up u by byMr byMi
Mr 1 Barney of Wisconsin WisconsinAfter WlseonRlntlol ViccouislnAfter
After tlol a brief debate the report was wasadopted WaRallol1tld nn nnathopted
adopted adoptedThe
The Senate S nnte amendments to the bill to loextend tofX toex
extend fX 1 situ 1I11 the th time for ci the redemption rcd lIIllt1ol1 of ofInternal orIntornnl ofinternal
Internal stamps wete disagreed 11 tlltreed to nnd nndthe nndthe intitithe i
the hill was sent to conference Messrs MessrsPayne MessisPayne t SH8 SH8PIno
Payne of New Ne York Dalxell of Penn Pennsylvania PennIvnllln Icnnsylvania ¬ i
sylvania Ivnllln and Illchardson of Tennessee Tennesseewere Tenlle sep sepwere
were appointed confcices on tho part of ofthe orthe oflie
the lie house The house then went Into Intocommittee IntorommltletJ intovoumlnihtteu1
committee of the tie whole hole anti icsumed icsumedconsideration lesull1cIIcOI1Rhlornllon uesumneulconsIderation
consideration of If the bill to classify CIIlS81 thu thurural thotural thurural
rural tree delivery service and Place plncothe 111neothe Placethe
the carriers tinder the contract system systemMr sstemtr
Mr tr Sperm of o Conn the first nr t speaker speakertodny apeukcrtotlnr speakertoday
today oppowl oJJJlo e1 the bill maintaining maintainingtlmt
lint the present system should be con continued contllluell continned ¬
tinued tinuedOov tllluellJI tinnedhot
hot Dnlo tol Ciii Calls Is Kpeolnl I Kleillon KleillonSan 1 Ileel lout loutSan
San Francisco Marah 5Tho Tho Ocean OceanIc
Ic Steamship Steam hlJI company olllJ1nn s stoamet Ala Alameda Alamllln Alitimtedtu
meda arrived this morning fiom Hono Honolulu llanolulu hlonoltiimi ¬
lulu with the tii following advices dated datedFeb dntellIe datedheb
Feb Ie 26Joy 26 26Clov
Joy 00 Dole lia hiss Issued n proclamation proclamationcalling prorl proehamatiouicaliitig l1lotlon l1lotlonealllnl
calling a special RII It1 electIon for April fJfll 0 0to tIto 9to
to elect I t ft successor to the A F I 011 011llllan 011IIIlnn altlilIan
llllan n member r of the th house of repre representative IepresC1nlutlII repreuteuttittlves ¬
sentative who met death In fill acci accident neeldtoltl ned neddciii ¬
dent In Philadelphia lust In 1 Itaeemher ItaeemherIrlnte DiwemherIrlllr 1scomnberInuiite
Irlnte euplit 1111 KalnmlmiROle may flu run ns nsthe atltbe ustime
the Home Unit Republican eundldnte eundldnteOne eantlltlateOtto
One Col 01 lake who Is said to havo havoorganized havoorlnnlze1 havenrganlzetl
organized the Ninth Ohio regiment dur during durIng dueIng ¬
ing the Spanish fplllI h war linn been arrested ariestethamid arrestedand orl6sIeliand
and convicted nn n charge of gross grossch glORSehnt grossclient
ch client at by L a woman from whftni he col colladed collected collced
laded rent money lJIone without authority authorityAliened nllthorltylltlI11 atithionityA
A Aliened I legei I Murderer ii ii nil ernr lnndril i n mmii iii I In ut lull lullNow JullNcw ln I INow
Now Orleans March 5 5F1 Bd liaison liaisonof
of Bplkard Mo who IK charged charg 1 with withtill wththl ttithitime
till murder of the Ih six lx members mem rs of the theEarl th thEarl timeEarl
Earl family near Welch La nnd nun Who Whowas lhoIas whotins
was recently rl > nll nnERlud at rested at Lawrence Ia WTenco Mo Movan Monam Io
van 18 safely landed In the th 1iirlsh prison Ilrlsonhero unIsonhere prisonhere
here today tolln lie will stay eta In Now Or Orleans 01lenllll Otlenuis ¬
leans until his trial Is called Got QovHenrd Oovl1eal11 Gothiesni
Henrd Is exerting himself I1II11SIlfto to give the theprisoner theIlrlsoner theiwisoner
prisoner adequate protection protue lOll liaison liaisonBays DotsonltaY8 liaisonsays
Bays that he 1 Is Innocent InnocentPOHTLAXI InnocenlIOlt1luSU Innocent1OhIlijul
POHTLAXI MINIM II i INING S ISO CO ASSIISSUI ASSIISSUIHeadquarter tSSigSlIhlenmlquarters SSIHSBIIJOlllllJllllrtrrl
Headquarter In iuiCounoli Counoll Uluir hut hutllotilliigH IuptIllittliUgs
llotilliigH In Colorado GnlatauioCoummell ColoradoCouncil Coll1rnllnCouncil
Council Illuffs Iowa March B 6Clty 6CltyAIIleS80r City CityAssessor CityAssessor
Assessor Everett I lrett nan bn Included In his an anPcosmcnt insscoammient R Rcosment
Pcosmcnt roll the property of the Port Portland Portland Portlammd ¬
land Mining company whose headquar headquarter ¬
ten ore In thin diY but ul whoiw proper property ProPerty ¬
ty holdings are ar In Colorado Time Iowa Iowacode lonlite Iowautle
code lite makes n provision for tntlng cor corporntlons corporntlOI1H corporittlons
porntlons having their principal plaoe plaoeof 1la 1laut 1tt 1ttor
of business within the state The local localifpresentallve 10111ItJlresentothe horimileluresentative
ifpresentallve of tlie company com ullY refu IltullI IltullIto d dto
to make n statement of Its taxthle taxthleproperty luahlpropcrt txhloimropert <
property ami the nssoswr nl OfJlOr has ha decldM decldMto
to Ceases na lJ 8 HIP company on the basis of ofIts ofIts t titA
Its alleged actual value of iOOOMK n nprovided aIlrnvlded us usitrovldeci
provided by h I the th law II The recent tecentnurnsDoyl t recentflumnsDoyle ellt elltnurnsDoI
nurnsDoyl < suit for jiosaeMlon of a amillion amillion anilitiouu
million dollar of stoei In the Portland Portlandcompany lortlnUJlompall lortianilrOunPaim
company the aM anfalOr or snyi My fanned a abutts 11blul abeet
butts for calculation on ube value of ofIts ofits
Its property prol rt The action 11110 uf r the t city IIt Ii Iiexpected IIelpect iiexpected
elpect expected d to prtdpltnt a law suit tults IUltnr
4 mgn nr r rtimttn IIInlllll I ion Igmuesi IgmuesihJtttgttI
Jlrtlut1ls s March t IThe The InternaUonat InternaUonatiutr nl nlluar
sugar iutr r convention wa was signed toddy tod
Snowstotms SnowstotmsSweep l
I
Sweep 5 weep A the East EastA ill rI I I
1
i
Telegraph Wires Down Dot in ii I all Diiedions Jccloisjalroads aftailroads More of ofLess o oLss Ii i iLtss
Less Impeded Tip Pennsylvania Compelled lo Annul AnnulTtains AlllIlllPulIiISSllfcl i1niiilJaiisSIeeI
Ttains PulIiISSllfcl Slieel Car Service in Many Aall Towns Demoralized DcmozalizcdIn
i >
In Places Heaviest lIta1J sf Sfotm of Winter vJ lfer >
i
f1 York March f Another now QIIUWtJtunn uutuwN nowstuim
stuim N which nt imichi Uneaten I Im uen touts to do much 11111chl111I1I110 Immimuimohatuisgo
damage sinned SllUUlllIt at 4 4 oclock this rnotn rnotnIIIK molllIIII yuiommmlug
IIIK und HI S eicluok two Inehes had hadfnllon JIIIItnllon lititifomileim
fnllon Tim snow snlJ won OM wet nnd heavy heavyanil heavyumot 1 1nl1l1
anil caused much Inconvvnlunca and andconslderablB nuidcoil 1 1cOlllldcrnble
conslderablB coil sithera ie delay do dolll Irty to trallloon trulllo I rom tile On alevated alevatedand
and Hiirrnct umlmifui e litton On lit tho rlbr time tluwwithcr tlwI tlwtjutlHI timentntthmtr > I
wwithcr was HO thick that ferryboats ferryboatswore feriiiolttNlucre 1 1Ipre
wore unable ii mmii blo to run at it I morn than half halfp huHIIlleed him If IfsPeed
sPeed p l Tlio gnow wns ia necotnimnled by bya b I Iin
a modvtate immude us t wind tvi miii Thou tlierinomotcr tlierinomotcrstvriU tlIuruntmmlotrstood
stood 8tooclat at 2W degrcen at 0 am
Telegraph Tuiugmmm 1dm wrvlre was tea s further mitt imiti de demoinllwd 110IIIUIIIII diummulmilIzetI
moinllwd IIIUIIIII d by b tin t hit Ktoini Tim Ih Western Voet o terl1 erui eruimi
tnlon mi mu company coin pit ill lout twenty t ntui ty out of Iii thir IhhI I It ¬
ty I wlns WV lten I tutu betuuun lie t weuim New Yotk omk and 11I1hlln 11I1hllnIlllllhla a ltd Phlla Pit liii liiiulitililila
dulphla and ten wires outh of Phlln Plmilmmii
dilphla ii liii ha between be tnteon I I und U 1 1 oclock Ic The Thecompany lIIICllllllllln lit litetuium
company etuium 11111 i ported mupomt eu Hint hitm t It I t was losing losingwires 1011111wlru laslumgwires
wires III all dliuetlons dlloltl nH on account ofI of ofthe ufth
the th I II e heavy hel ii elms bnow lina which tvlm I elm In somo locnll locnlltltH 1011111tlell t tleN
leN WImP ui followed by h slo sleet et > t Between JletetHl161Ntun
KtiNton nnd Wllllamsport In twenty twentymlltif tinentynmilots
mlltif 11J1 of Western Union pole < < time down 110WIIUp tiowimUp
Up to 1130 11 30 thore > won mi sign of Im Improvement 1m1llololllrmt liiiPmetiieum ¬
provement t In the t In weather wIalh or the snow snowcontinuing IIIIOWlnIIIlUIIII mtliitcoat
continuing coat imitul img to full a I I hunvlly honvt honvtIhp litun vii viiIlme
The train mob service 10Irl on tho New NI York Yorkmitral Yorketmt 01 01elflltral
mitral etmt cal railroad itm I I rta ml whlrh li 1dm won wn disorgan disorganized ¬
ized I hy the t floods Will nyu further Impeded Impededby liii tuedeul tuedeullt
by lt the I hit snow sno nimw The trnlnx t nil its from i tho west nestutimil westand
and north tere III bail shape No at attempt littemllt attemnpt ¬
tempt wan mudn to mum the I Adliondnck Adliondnckoxprosti IIIIondnclOXIJOSII II I iOuidLi c k kexpress
express Of the Chicago nxpierx due duent lIIHIII iltuat
nt 10 am no report had b btIn < wn received receivedup
up to H oclock It win IIH stalled Hoino Hoinowlicro sounovhmcio ROIIIUwl1clo
wlicro nldiiK lie lino I I tio with tvl Ii no means ot otreporting otle mf mfuopumrtiuig
reporting le oltlnJ Its whereabouts or condition conditionTWKLVH ormdltlollTrUJ oormditiuhTWIi1i
TWKLVH INCURS S OK NOW HNOWYork SNO SNOYork NOWYnrle
York Pa Mnrch 11h 5 ifho Tho heaviest heaviestsnowstorm heoII1HtHIIOIIHtOI1I1 hwuniototHimowctnumn
snowstorm of till season set In hero herolast herola imerolast
last la t night and the giound IH now can covered CO canomeul ¬
ered 011 < 1 to I a depth of 12 Inches All talus trultiHon talusalt
on the Frederick < l dlvlnlon of Die Penn Pennsylvania IonnftIonll Ienomsylvania ¬
sylvania railroad have been annulled annulledTwo rmntmtmlleilnrc
Two nrc trains were stalled stalll > 111I1I on the Coum Coiuuuibun Coumbla
bun bridge this 1mm moinliiR Hetwotn HetwotnHanover ItlI1IJlllnolII hittttvceiiI
Hanover I Pn and Irederlclt Md h time thoentire th thcllthl timeCithu
entire road uulllillllUctllnlly U practically drifted shut shutPlTTSIltliaS ShlltIl1SJltIlUf shutIIlTBlRtltGS
PlTTSIltliaS IIKAVIRHT IITM I Ymff STOItMllttsliuug 8TOUM 8TOUMIlttsbutg SfOllM1I1I311uII
Ilttsbutg Match 5 Glhe The heavltst hellvl lIt
snowstorm IInow torln of the winter set In about aboutmidnight aboutmidnight aboututiidnighmt
midnight and at noun today It Is still MtllIIIIIQwl attlitiumuwitig HI
mowing IIIIQwl II If It u now sovon Inched deep 11 > 11 111I111 I Innd
nnd 1I111 ii uitt the Ih Indications 111111 inuliatut 01110 bus liS mo a to for or continued conllllU11HIIO ctmnti uiuutt uiuutti4iiOW i I Iwiow
wiow HIIO today ami tomorrow Street car i
trufllrj IH almoHt at a standstill In both Jut
Plttsburg 1lIt bmlf und Allegheny while hl1o the lie runi runito Iurl Iurlto cunsto
to und from rein tho nulnlrbs are making 1
but tow trips The railroads iou also alAolurterlllJ I IBuffering Iemmferiuig
Buffering to Honu Hon extent Tho local <
telephone wlrcrt tire In bad shape shapeTho hOIItrho
TIme fltorm following tho Hood 1 haa haacreated hlllIInted hmmn hmmncreatetl
created Inted a heavy h lmeftn nv demand d IJllnll on the Alighisimy Ali Allegheny Alltgheny ¬
gheny department of charities nnJ atm Mm Mmulllclnls shotoltleiahmt hoolllclnls
ulllclnls had giant difficulty In supply sUP I
lug tin suffcrnrti with coal and pro provisions pro1111011II provislotms ¬
visions visionsWbUTHKH vislotmsW1MrirEu 1111011IIwJJA1mm
WbUTHKH IN WASHINGTON WASHINGTONWashington WASIIINOTONWlIshlngtCIlI IVARIUNOTOMViiaiilngtoim
Washington March DA combined combinedstorm comblnCtliturlll conmblmm0atoriti
storm of wind snow Ana rain and sleet sleetprevailed IIleet11vulhd electhimiVailtd
prevailed hero last nigh and part of oftoday ottOfln oftoday
today tOfln and threatened for n limo to n nHiime IIHIII1I its itsitiluiw
Hiime serious proportions 0cr nn Inch Inchof Inchot V Vof
of snow und mill wan xcclpltated xcclpltatedTho celpllatfIIho
rime forecast ofllclals ray that the thestorm thllitOIm thtstorm
storm lit not mifllclent lo bring the Po Potomac 10tOlllar lotommmmne ¬
tomac niialii to the Hood level levelHNOWINC levelSNOWING levelSNOiVINcI
SNOWING AT PAKKKUSnUnO PAKKKUSnUnOPnrkersburg IIAHKlmSnUnO1IIrkttlshutlf IA1tK1ISflUBG1nrkeshittrg
Pnrkersburg W V Va March B rThe rThecontr11 Tho Thocentral I Icoimtrpl
central and western imrtlontt ot tin tinHtitte thllHtnto timestate
state are covered this morning with a aheavy IIhtlIy atiI3
heavy tiI3 snow fall tl 11 It IH atilt snowing 1 1tie It Itthe Ittho
the Know should melt m lt quickly there therewoulll 1 I1 I1would I Iwould
would bo cause for alarm among reel reslilrnta rlslIlonts reelleutta >
ilrnta of the Inwlnndo In tho Ohio val valley valley volIC ¬
ley IC I I1ttaING
leyUAGlNO
IIAQINQ IN WE8T WF T VIRGINIA VinOINIAHuntlngtoti VIRGINIAIluntiutgtouu lnGINIAltUI1tIIItOIl
Huntlngtoti IluntiutgtouuVa W Va MAtch 8 GA GAtllnwlltorm 8Amuuowstorin A Aanowstorm
anowstorm has been raging In southern southernWo sou thorn thornWOllt I
Wo West t Virginia for twenty hours In th thOhio lilt liltOhio time0mbm
Ohio valley nnov Is 11 Inchos d Ilpep ep In Inthu Intho Inthu
thu mountain districts IRtrl t8 It s 20 to 30 30Inches 30IlIcheH 3dltieimes
Inches All street car frolllo q suspend suspendetl
etl 1I In Ohio river towns Railway rat traffic tlatlie ratlie ¬
lie Is greatly Impflnl ImpflnlDLUMAItn hnpi It ItlIW loui louihhIZAiLD
DLUMAItn lIW ZIlD AT HIONTOWN 0 0Ironlon 0rronton 0Irontomi
rronton Ironlon Ohio Mnih GA blizzard blzzlnlllLIMIIl1 Is Isruglng Istitglng
ruglng lieiu T npII > etv are a ten Inclico of ofHIIOW otHnow ofshow
show and I1nlllt It Is 111 u f rII1C ng Street car cartrail enrtrnflo cartrail
trail o and C H 0 ana I t < n railway railwaytralllc rallwaytrnll railwaycmiii
tralllc trnll C have been lIeellllu nuspf suejirtuded pUltieti tided Venn pre prevail Ill Prinall ¬
vail 1111 of n Hood when tho thaw comes
APOSTLE APOSTLEORANT GRANT TO SPEND SPENDCONFERENCE SPENDCONFERENCE
CONFERENCE AT HOME J i I
100 4 ki 1 V
t
L F 4 t1ii > IWMlfn I4otirN
It was learned at ntllil tlie lie Church offices officestoday ofilecsfolio
today folio that Apostle Ileber J Circuit Circuitwould Orantluld Grantio
would io Ii Id In I ii all mil I probability It y return net u to home to toHpond toHPOllll toupend
Hpond confidence When ho left for forhis torhlB furimls
his mission UJ MOl In Japan lust July It was wnshis lnshll washits
his Intention to it luturn If everything everythingWAS
WAS favorable and possibly to take
DYNAMITERSJ5LOW DYNAMITERS BLOW BANKS OPEN I
Washington Wn hlngtoll Iml mmii March BThe BTheFirst 5TheFirst 5TimeFirst
First National bank of Montgomery Montgomeryeight Montgoimmeryeight MontgolJ1erel
eight el ht mllcH east of this iml city elt was bur burglarized bllglatltNI butgionited ¬
glarized last night thu ho vault llt blown by bydynamite bydynttlllllo byclnatimlte
dynamite and 10000 in cash rn h and wI bonds bondsstolon banditetcihomi umlllslolon
stolon The lobbera escaped cieall d on a hand hllnli
WILL OON ASK FOR FRANCHISE FRANCHISEPresident
President Bamberger S Says ys Will Lay Steel on South Temple TempleStreet TempleStreet TempleStreet
Street as Soon asPermitted as a PermiUedConsolldated Consolidated Railway RailwayPower RailwayPower RailwayPower <
Power Co Takes First Step to Shut Out Tracks
President Simon Ilamberger of the theSalt theRalt lie lieSalt
Salt Lake it t Ogden Hallrond on his hisreturn hlftIeturn lilareturn
return this morning morn In status that no un uninwswiry unneClSMl tinnereaPttr
inwswiry time would be lat In get getting 18ttlng gettog ¬
ting down to work on the wnsiiucUon wnsiiucUonof
of un electric line between h twQln Bait Uilio Uilioand llleanrl LakeantI
and Ogden He stated that he would wouldproceed wouldproceed ollld ollldprocrll
proceed to Instruct the attorney for limo thuroad thlroutl limoroad
road to draw dt I up the petitions for the thevarious theIrloull timevarIous
various franchises required and pro providing 110Idlng provldlumg ¬
viding they time were granted rails would wouldbe wouldbe oull1 oull1be
be laid from the th depot on Third West Westalong Vestalong Ht Htnlong
along South Temple 11I Ill Ktreul uptown uptownwhete uptownwhele uptownvheie
whete a loop ould be formed If the thenecessary the1I timemieccesary
necessary 1I c S l1ry franchise ell are granted 1111 n tlll Mr MrIlam1rger MvIiamnhrger II II110mlwrgr
Ilam1rger IIR saM yn a tlmt work olk will bu com commenccKl coiimiumettcetl 011lIIetlcoo
menccKl at once on the laying Imhrm of the therails IIwrail therails
rails no that they will be ready r II In IllUme IllUmeCor time timefor timefor
for the Ih paving gongs which 1I1 < h are chad scheduled scimetitiled chaduled ¬
uled to start on that Street In the he near nearfuture lItarfuturc nearfuture
future futureWith futureWitim
futurclth With lth the asking as for the electric fran
BIO B1 LEAGUE METING TODAY
Detroit Mich March B 5Time The mag magnates magnatel ¬
nates of the American league time In InOMlon Inceehon
OMlon today nt the Cirlswold house housoThe houseThe
The adoption of a playing schedule scheduleand svec1uleamd
and playing rules for next season Is Isthe isthe
the principal business befuro them ac according nocord ¬
cording cord luig to President Johnson JohnsonWhen JohnsonWhen
When President Johnson called the themewtlng timmneetlmig
mewtlng to otter at 11 oclock every everyclub everyclub
club In the league except Uostun nan nanrepresented ns nsrelieilouitcti
represented nnd Johnson held the theproxy thm thmjuroxy
proxy for that city Following are arethose nrethose
those preMiit preMiitWashington hlrusumtWmmcimlngton
Washington Fred Pottal and T J JAX 5 5AX
AX nVPLOlHXO I4AMLCauses LAMP LAMPCauses
Causes the Dcfitriicilou of Fourteen FourteenPUUburc PomiiteciiPrim
Prim tim i II iii Id i ii ge gePlttsburg
PUUburc March Iourteen frame framehoute frameImotiMs
houte at Schoenvlllo a suburb of ofMttslmre ofPsburg
Mttslmre were destroyed by ii fire nt 4 4octfrch 4ucIc
octfrch this morning rendering ICO ICOjMOpto 110lOP
jMOpto lOP homeless The lire was caused causedby
by It un mm exploding lamp
nrvt nrvtMrs
Mrs Grant and one oneor or two of his rhll cliiidreut f fdrcn
drcn back with him His brother Mr MrIi i1rf
Ii f P Ornnt Hinted teidny todit that after aftertonsultatlon aftercannuhtutluti
tonsultatlon with the authorities ht hthad liii liiihiatt
had cabled Apostle Irant a ticket ticketthrough ticketthmrougii
V
through the Hui utm Vwnclsco steanmhlp steanmhlpofllce steammitmlpoih1ct
ofllce and his arrival may mu therefore bo boexpected hjutexpected
expected wlthlit three or four weeks
car The loss Is covered by Insurance InsuranceColumbus insuranceCoIumbu
Columbus 0 Mnrch GrSafebloweri GrSafebloweriearly Safeblowersearly
early today dynamited the poutotUce poutotUcefmfo
safe at Westeivlllo and made away awayVilth awayWhlm
Vilth 1200 worth of stamps and nd povernl povernlhundred poveritihundred
hundred dollars In money No clue
chlse for uptown in Salt Lake similar plmllarpiUltlons similarpetitions
petitions will be prepented to the au authorities antthoritlen ¬
thorities In Ogden and the other set settlemcntH setilemnentn
tlemcntH north of Furmlngton FurmlngtonWhen FmarmlmigtoimVhitum
When asked when the line would be becompleted becompleted
completed Mr liamberger emphatical emphatically ¬
ly stated that construction would b bunder be beUnder
under way this summer summerIn
In time meantime the lie Consolidated ConsolidatedHallway Coimsoildatcilhallway
Hallway Power company has com commenced cootmnced ¬
menced work laying n double track trackcurve racketmmve
curve to connect with the old Rapid RapidTransit ittli1Tramualt
Transit tracks on Third West Tho Thocurves Thucmmrvea
curves are being put In the center of ofthe oftime
the street and the old track which whichruns whichrutis
runs parallel to the sidewalk outside outsidetho outsidetho
tho Oregon Short Line depot will be betorn betacit
torn up upHuperlntcndent tipBimperinteumdoumt
Huperlntcndent Head this morning morningstated Vi Vistaled
stated that this work was being done doneto
to accommodate time Jlks who will bo bohero bithmere
hero next fall The promoters of the thenew timenew
new electric line to Ogden however howevercay
cay Pa that It Is being done to head off offthe Otttime
the laying of track on their part
Loftus Detroit Mesars McNamara McNamaraCook McNaniaraCook
Cook and Angus Cleveland J P PKllfoyle FiCllfoyie
Kllfoyle Bt Louis P J McDIarmld McDIarmldPhiladelphia MeDiarmimlolIhllatlelpimma
Philadelphia H F I Shlbe and ConnieMacit Connie ConnieMack
Mack Baltimore Harry Goldman and andJoe antJoe
Joe Kelly Chicago Charles Cotnlskc CotnlskcBefore CoroISkoliefore
Before the meeting IwIJent John Johnson JohnSon ¬
son said he thought last years eara playing playingrules playIngrules
rules would be readopted readoptedWhen reauloptedhien
When hien tho ho nubjfit of expansion of ofthe ofthe
the American leugue was brought up upPresident upIrsiueumt
President Johnion said oslilThere V
There will b lit no change In the Amer American Amerlean ¬
lean lcague circuit this year Of that thatI
I am certain The matter will not beconsIdered be beconsidered
considered at the meeting as far as I Iknow Iknow
know more than Informally InformallyCongress InformailCongress
Congress of French MinerCalala Miner MlneriCalais
Calais March 6 5The Tho national con congresa congross
gross of French miners has passed a aresolution areolutlort
resolution by u vote of 151 to 105 to the theeffect hut huteffect
effect that the miners must proceed to toobtain toobtain
obtain an eighthour day by an Inline Inlinedlate hornstints
tints general strllce without further furthernegotiating furtherneot1atIng
negotiating with the government

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