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St Louis A114i Arrives Arrivesh es esr
qe1a h Was Caused by Leaky Leali MrsShe Boilers Sic Was OvaThlftcm Ova OvetCfjeiboutg OverThirfecli
Thlftcm VatS FlOm Cfjeiboutg CFi rholrg rPassel1gcrs asscngers Held an anon anIndignatioll anIadigIla
and andfor alldCcndcl11111g andCcndcInIlUW
Passing Resolutions Censuring
Indignatioll IadigIla on meeting fccl lg
Ccndcl11111g CO11pal for or Sending j Out CzipplCd Boat
The steamship steamshipt
I Thrk or k j Jn n 17 Pier today u uIti uut ut ute1trcn t tII
t hi
ut uIs Iti arr arrI rnTI II < i trip wing to toK toex tojerS
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rWM1 Quer Querthe jerS S II1 aH 13 days 1l11t o onut 5ifli
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stum In thu detec dofecllcllr deteclJotle detecioiIr
set up good
llcllr llcllrUhcn lJotle lJotlepASIng ioiIr13zng
very IlIdlg IlIdlghen
A I lIIe
Uhcn hen cn thy Iirrd I rrI of the poor poori
making and andISM IlllliIII1 antilgu1kfl
VSel if i was
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was held at ati lithe tttthe
III1 lgu1kfl ISM tIn mating
wverely censured censuredknnlt cenBure cenBurelrmllng censureilrmt
i the i line lfl > n was wa
to embark on onLr onrDer onamer
knnlt lrmllng rmt Ing Ia > a nera
Lr in t > i I inIltLOfl in Jitlon the St Louis LouisA
rDer A tj II nt was as drawn UP UPtven 91tvs II IItlen >
tvs to 0 tin1 t P M1 at II on arrival hero heruh
commute1 chosen to set setf lIethp ietth
M COfl
h by a
f ihepievanr gnevanr vanr H 4 Cot those tho e on board boardr
th hp rrl
off otnlnt Nantucket NnntucketnlDt Nantucketnlht
was wa sight Ighltl d
or 7 r itw Ih
nlDt the ft t Louis made good goodw
to NOW w York ork and reached her pier pieriwuraahfal pierhOUri Pierhur
iwuraahfal hOUri ahI11 Ah5 of the time set last lastA lnHtlatge
A large lar erowd rawd gatheicd at the thoiwn thDiean thekin
iwn kin line IJn Jicr Icr and hecred as the thacaw thocal11 thecati1
caw in fl with hr load of human humans
s for r whose cciy P Ct Bravo fears fearsrn tenlsltn
ltn Fm rn felt lor several 5uyern days daystuss dl11lugs daysus
lugs us having gathered around aroundt
t I Louis tou she was slowly brought broughtpdock brou broughtdok ht htdock
dock and when she hc came within withinlug sIthinIng
lug dUawe tfl anCe thc tin excitement on onier onjet onie
jet ie j gre r w It I did not take long for forti tOlrlt forrt
ti rlt and end nd cabin passenger passengerid lassen gel gelII
id the gan gang planks once the lines linesfist linestut linesfi
fist and as they the got beyond the theenclosure thtenclosure theeIoSUre
enclosure they thp were gathered to toirms torm torm
irms rm of their waiting relatives relativesllttlt
mile group provided a scene the thea
a l In most DlOelra cases es weeping thilr Joy Joythu joythIS joythis
thIS was going on on the upper upperif
if the pier where the first and andj
1 cabin passengers land similar similari
i were being be ni tniu enacted ted among nno the thepie thepassengrrs thet
pie t riS passengrrs Trs on the lower deck deckc
c dock but In this case the pass pasllha4 pusHhaj
3 haij agaIn a aln to part from their theirids theirs
ids s to go to nils l1Is Island for exam examn
fn n by b the Immigration Imtnl ratlon olllcers olllcersr
y r of the first class passengers passengersfd
fd ed their th lr Intention to enter suit suitn tiitSt
n t the company and their cases casesIpitceJ Cl1l1eSplAced easespaceJ
IpitceJ plAced In the hands of lawyers h1 wers on onII onL
VANIA VANIAUamburgAmerican ANIAHamburgAmerlcan
1 HamburgAmerican steamship steamshippjlrania samshlpjlranla steamshipylranla
pjlrania jlranla from Hamburgwhlch ar nrInthUport arIn arin
InthUport In thl this port this morning reports reportswJan reportllcn
wJan cn 1 Jan 1 in latitude 1 4535 longl longlf 1011119Q
f 9Q M o the fell In with the St Louis Louistdlaj IouIRdlnr Louisding
ding very slowly The Penn Pennnh
nh t3 steamed close to her anti nndJ nnllthe antithe
J the dlftli dlttllultr uily The olllcers of ofIt oft
It I Lo Loul U replied that her boilers boilersI bol boilerslakTng I en enI
I Inking I akln and an fent a 0 boat alongside alongsidePennsylvania olongshlctIIInsyhanla alongsideensyitania
Pennsylvania in charge of the first llrstlth IIrslwllb firstsith
wllb lth letters from the passen passenThe pastenThe laSCflThe
The first oflli oft1Ir r reported that thatLouis thatt
t t Louis b bl Irra < ra were leaking BO BOtiat Sf Sftliat sothat
that the ship hll cojia only steam steamwon steamnot steamratz
won not per er hour in line weather weatherMd
Md ha on n board tlRht days dn s provl provlid
and id water un iId < 3 all were In good goodThe goollThe goodThe
The sti stlamr amT requested no as asELTOMB ase asELCO asELCOMF
SL mi ma mal < tow progress progressAull progrClsg
g Into p rl Aull A1though ° Gh she was wasIshnJ ns
d olr tr Fire IshnJ at c oclock It ItM
ot until If 9 c i k tllat she hp P lassed IIsell < 1
M Hak She he r a Hcd hod the mjarnn quamnAllin
tHu Allin In at t Sandy Hook displayed
n tags gs frrlhl Crr th Iod 01 > d Welcome Welcomeshlp
OLcltrdue otrdue sam s ataship shlp hll r rllme me In and andJThtUtk
t t ILUs u s rfllcd JThtUtk Thank you No NoT
sltna Imals Ifte T ere dl dlsplaYlIl Plnye J by the thee
8 Ihe gh e J urd K 1 Sandy Sand Hook Hookwwdgath 1I00ke
rge e r1Cwd wwdgath lia githt he latihcAmerl latihcAmerlfrerl 1 at the Amen
frerl n Wr 1r IJ t V MltIn vmc the Clayed delayedSt
rerIL 81 IL Louu Irft nicrbourg Jan JaniitMK JailI
oi L m Rni1 arrived nt Sandy Sand Sandg
iitMK lllhUtup I Ih hIJl at 6 34 4 this morning
g the e rsag p 3g III 1J 1Jnihet Ila days 5
an j Inut c 111 nernge aertigepeed pepd
4 knots knotshIh1 cts ctsStl
hIh1 Stl r n3 4I 1 3 3S9 9 33 32 31 312
It hr L i l h I 25 0 33b I3b nn nn8t and i
tA al Iane C klI Knots t
8t 111 It L the St Louis Loulfor Loulaai
faiy ai rcI 0 1 rercsA rss for her llcrK
I ht nihet Ole b hs hsagh
r K I a ather th er which whichwith vhieIiwith
urh and an a
aqUa with high crow crowcontinued cro erosOlLrflg t tOILrns
OILrns r I TO j T L1AIc L1AIcSn I 1 1an
j an t V1 the th II 1 Ills I 10111s JOI I era com
bb d j continued to
P er < r r
JJ iFormer iFormerj
h j hvard Illd 0 Wol Vo
1I 1 for electlOI n as
a bt I Tlle has Is Ist
t uIJllcnn rnern rnernir
t4 r ir r and exltll1 expel 17
a jJSI se seats ntl
I 1
t t 11 decleires ec 1ft res n nj
t S J senator A ma maof m3ot
e I L of the IIOUHJ IIOUHJtt
g Wu tt t have
e ar I sign signhey
t tr j hey Ihr will 11 vote voteime
ie ime I I me for him for
h I PJ 1 win 1li not cast castUlate
1 Ulate Ulatehe
In 1 1 Ihl he Wolonlt Wolonltfi
I t r sr fi r oj e nn orn ornnmi oral
t > nmi twman man Ureck UreckmmitUo
I J t mmitUo nznjtt > on ono o
nt I 10 o the effect effectiv effeetreport
t U z iv itt report In
t t wiling sc tJng all Ill th thm thJ
1 r I I r tom om ° m Arapnhoe Arapnhoes
u 1n 1I1 fl s Ie on uns UIIlIlllt at
tJI Jointly JII1U instead
do so until yesterday e8terlln The Th Rt Louts Loutsencountered Ioulllcncountcrd Louisencountered
encountered unusually stormy torl11 weather weatherthroughout woothorthlouhout veatltorthroughout
throughout On Jim 11 I1l1l1d and 12 It blew blewa
a gale from west est northwest to north northwest nOlthw northYest ¬
west w > st accompanied by lJ violent squalls squallsnnd IIlIuallland
and BIIOW no storms On these two days daysthe dayythe tinystue
the Hhlp logged only onl 122 I2 nUll 130 knots knotsOn knotsOil knotsOn
On Jan 19 i when tho saloon passengers passengersUarried paKsolIorRIfIlllIel passengerslnrriet1
Uarried of the exact condition of the theetcamurf thestcnl1le1f thestenntelIt
etcamurf bollcrfl and unl engines they held heldan heldIIn heldan
an Indignation meeting In the smoking smokingroom smollnlrool1lllJ1l1 smokingroom
room rool1lllJ1l1 room and adopted nllolltOlllesollitlunll resolution censuring censuringtli
tli the International Navigation company companyfor
for f r sending tho St Louis to oca el1 In her herdangeioua herllangln herdangerous
dangerous > us condlthn condlthnA
A copy COI of these resolutions I ellolu 1I0lis was washanded wnslandell washanded
handed to Cnpt Inssow demanding demandingthat drmnnlllnithnt
that the ships course oe headed for forHalifax tor1InllCox forHalifax
Halifax or thnt her impsengers he hetransferred hetrallsCerred betratisforred
transferred to some pawiing fast west westbound westIoulld vestbound ¬
bound Hteamer If feasltle Ie A ropy of ofthese oCtIlSO ofthese
these resolutions also nrns ordered to tobe tolJe tobe
be sent to the Associate Press The Theresolutions Thele Theresolutions
resolutions le olutloll follow followPA88KNCIKH81 tallowIASBBNOlmS folloIASS1NO
Steamship St Louis at sea Jan nll 12
1903 1903To To the passengers of the steamship atpamshlpSt It amshl1 amshl1St
St Louis LouisTho IuulITho LouisThe
Tho undersized committee unani unanimously Ulumlmousl unanlmoUsly ¬
mously elected by b the saloon pnsseu pnsseugers pn PasMUgent Slh Slhgerl
gent nt an Indignation mnsa mealing mealingheld mC3t1ngheld me3tingheld
held Jan 10 1503 1 03 begs leave to report reportFirst rcportPlrstThat reportFirstThat
First PlrstThat Thnt there Is satisfactory evi evidence evldenco eviilence ¬
dence tlmt the steamshIp 3t t Louis en entered eutered Ciitered ¬
tered Southampton harbor Jan J 1 last lastafter Instntter lastafter
after an easterly voyage oa e of more than thannine thallJllll1 thaiilittle
nine days in a smooth stn In a 1 crip crippled crlpIllell cripIlIed ¬
pled condltnon and that she was sent sentto
to pea on the following day till leaving leavingbut
but little or no time for necessary over overhauling overlloulln overhauling
hauling and needed nce ecl repairs repairsSecond IepnlrsRecondThat repairsSecondThat
Second RecondThat That your our committee has hasbeen hl8boon hasheon
been credibly informed that this condi condition conl1ltlon condllion ¬
lion was known to the management of oftho oftho ofthe
tho company before embarking passen passengers passenserH passengers ¬
gers gersThird serHfhlrllThat Third fhlrllThat Thnt no accident so far as asyour liSyour asyour
your committee commit lee are aware has occurred occurredHlncc oceurredKillce occurredttlnce
Hlncc leaving Southampton to Impair Impairthe Impairthe impairthe
the speed of this ship The delay delll has hasbeen hasIJccn hasbeen
been only anI SUCh as might have been res reshonnbly rl retotiitbi
honnbly 110 IIn hI expected from the crippled crippledrondlton crlJlllledcOlll1lton crippledconditon
rondlton of her boilers Providence In Indeed Indeed indeed ¬
deed has ha been exceedingly exceedln kind to us usand UIIund usnod
and we are truly trul grateful that through throughher
her tender mercies we have thus far farb tllrbeen farbeen
b been en spared a calamity too horrible to tocontemplate tocon toenntemiIate
contemplate contemplateFourth con enntemiIateFourthWe tel11pll 11 11I
Fourth I ourthWe We cannot too severely severelycondemn seerelcondemn severelycondemn
condemn the recklessness of a man management management ninaagenient ¬
agement that would send such lul h a 1 unit orlppled crlllled unitPled
pled vessel esselloallJll loaded with human freight freightto
to contend with thp th storms and perils perilsof
of an Atlantic winter We Ve believe that thatour thatour thatour
our lives have been put In jeopardy jeopardyand
and 11es certainly our loved ones OieR nt home homeare homenre borneare
are being hellll made to suffer great rent mental mentalanguish mentalanguish mentalatiguish
anguish not tl t tp > mention the severe eVlre fi financial 1 Iinancial ¬
nancial Ilncllll losses IOlse ninny of Us have hlc In Incurred Incurrell incorned ¬
corned and now are InouVnK InouVnKFifth InC1n InC1nIlhThat inctzngFifthThat
Fifth IlhThat FifthThat Thnt on the pvnlnu Ilnln of C Jan
10 1903 the following tollowll petition Jlettlon was waspresented waRpresent waspresented
presented present to Capt M tt P F Pacswv PnpR com commanding commandlng cornmantling ¬
mantling the steamship St Louis LouisThe Iouls IoulsThc LouisThe
The undersigned unl1erslJnell passengers 1afICIIl11 of the thosteamship thl thlItenmshlp thesteamship
steamship St 51 Louis bound for J Vw NI NIorlt NtWYork VwYork
York orlt hereby request that In view Ie of ofthe otthe ofthe
the crippled condlton of this thl steam stenmship slefm slefm8hlp steamshIp
ship and the lie consequent uncertainty of ofthe ofthp ofthe
the date of her hlr reaching renehlnl that port lort you youhall youhall eu euhal
hall hal some soml fast westbound elthounrl steamer Itlamer for forthe forthl forthe
the thl purpose of transferring ua there thereto
to or PfIOW that the boat be put Into Hall Hallfax Hal hailfax
fax If I feasible feasibleSigned ten feasibleI lble lbleSInetl
I Signed SignedBY SInetl SInetln SignedBy
That In In reply tl Capt PASSOW explain explained eXllalnIll
ed Ill the dlfllcultlea Iltculte and arid dangers dnngerl attend attending atelal atelalIng attendIng ¬
of at sea and andfurther andfurther
ing a r transfer trllsfer passengers paslenHerl ant
further toted thnt It would be an ex exceedlngly exelllnl cxceedinly
ceedlngly elllnl dangerous Ilnn erouo undertaking to at attempt uttelilt attempt ¬
tempt telilt to take the ship Ihlp In her present presentcondition Plesenteontltlon presentcondition
condition Into the harbor of Halifax HalifaxHe HallCaxJl
He eontltlon volunteered the Information InCorlnton that he hemight hemlEht hemight
might mlEht Jl later on enter lloston 10ston harbor and andhad nnlhlltl nailhad
had the question then under tller advise advisement ul1lse ul1lsement advisement ¬
ment mentSixth mentSlxthriat mentbIxtlrFhat
Sixth Slxthriat bIxtlrFhat That It Is a matter of keen keenregret keenregret keenregret
regret that t a flrit th t class steamshIp fteomshlp such suchas luch luchn
as n this th St Louis Ioull Is II reoprted reollrtPt to be beshould behou belould
should hou not be supplied Rupplell wih wiih lth the lie Marconi MarconisyMrm tlarcon153stem Iarconl Iarconlsrtrl
syMrm srtrl the absence of which has hnl been beenseriously beenlerfuply beenseriously
seriously lerfuply felt during lurln this ovcrtobere ovcrtoberemembtred Olertoberelemhtr11 overtobereinembtred
membtred lemhtr11 voyage voyageSeventhThai voyageSeventhrhuit oyaH oyaHSenthThnt
SeventhThai the thanks of the thepassengers thepnspmglrl thepnsstngers
passengers pnspmglrl me due du to tothu this olllcers otrtrs of the theship thephlp theshiji
ship for their uniform courtesy loUrll under underthese underth11 undertIise
these th11 very en trying tr lng circumstances clreum tancs In en endeavoring enleaorlng endeasorlng ¬
deavoring to allay our uneasiness and andexcitement nndtxclenwnt andexcitement
excitement leaorlng 111 I fThe ITlw IThe
txclenwnt The committee cOltlltle donslntod insislod nslRtOl of A P PLloyd 1 1rloI PLloyd
Lloyd rloI Lous H riernel ncv le Arthur ArthurCrane Athur AthurCrnne ArthurCrane
Crane C W Honyge lonne and Ralph Nlch Nichol Ich
olTho The Thl revert of this thll conunltteo commiee was al un unanimously unnnhnousl tinanimously ¬
animously approved nod ant resolutions resolutionswere resolutionswee
were wee ndoptejl condemning ndElnln the action or ofthe orth orthe
the th management manaelpnt of the line lne as outlined outlinedIn outne
In the committees cOll llteeS report
Id cud Havj Ha Republican Republcan Members ot the Lower House Hous I of ofLegislature
The C Ccoao ado Legislature Unite Unie and nd Expel Seventeen SeventeenWhere Seventen SeventenDfr SeventeenDtrrrats
Dfr Dtrrrats rats Where Seats Are A e Contested
j I
I Iot
of separately fpCrnl ly the Wolcott Wolcot men will willnot wi svillnot i innt
not vote Ioto to peat a single liopubllcan liopubllcanAll HopublCn HopublCnthe
All the Democratic lemocrtc senators spnatorl but on onImvo onhave
have 10 pledged pltgf thenwlvei to unstnt ulNnt a aliopubllcan nHfllublc1 alepubilesn
liopubllcan Hfllublc1 senator for every eTr Demo Democratic Delo Delocrtc Demoertlc ¬
cratic crtc number membr of the house unseated unseatedman un tote
man for man an so long 101 as 1 Hepubllcan Hepubllcansenators lepuhlCn lepuhlCnRnton Repuhlicunsenators
senators Rnton remain relaln upon whom retaliation retaliationn retolntlon retolntlonC
C csn < n 1 be b had hadConcerning hndCncering hindConcerning
Concerning Cncering Ibis Ihl proposed lrPORe policy lc of re retaliation retnlatoll notallation ¬
taliation tnlatoll Mr h Wolcott WolCt In Ms hi nddnw nddnwtti alldrL8
tti t tho Itepubllean 1epubllan soys soysThe 5 salsTIre S She
The he threatened throtCntt Importation Imprtnton Into the thelnto theItnto theStflte
lnto stnat unatl by Democrats Demorats of the thebloody thf thebloody
bloody blood methods Iethods which have forever foreverblockened toreverblackene foreverblackened
blackened blackene the good od name nmc of the state stateof
of Kentucky must not nt swerve Ierle us The Thepatriotic TheIatnotlc Theiatniotlc
patriotic JUpubllcnns Iefublrnn In the mate Itate ceo senate Icn Icnnt ceoate ¬
ate nt nr are loyal to their party and 011 they theyarc the thearc theyarc
arc able backed bckell by b a 1 Iltpubllmn lellublon gay governor go goenor gayenior ¬
ernor to take care car of themselves themselvesMany thtmsol thtmsolInny themselVesinny
Inny of the 17 Itepubllean 1epublcan members membersof
of the house hous who urc oppoi OpiIOt oppod > d to Wol Wolcotta Woltf VoiOttII
cotta clocllon ore pledged not to vole volefor votefor ote otetor
for tf him eloton under any ni pleg circumstances clrumllnnru anti nndwill nnllU antiwill
will not Join In any caucus CUICUI for the pur purpffe Iur11te iur iurpete I
U senatorial candi candidate candidate ¬
pete of selecting a cndl cndldate
date dateIf I
datel If l the Pcpubllcan JepublCn factions fall tal to
get together Senator pnutor Toller roler will wi be re reelected Ieclectll reelected
elected or a 1 deadlock lmllol will wil result which whichmny which1m
mny 1m prevent an election eloctol of Senator Sepntor at atthis It Itthis atthis
this session sessionThe 18slon 18slonlho Missionlhio
The house hOlso committee conlnlttoe on 01 elections eleetonA will willmake wi sillmake
make Itc Itl report on the contested Dltelt11 sent FcaUlext sentxt seatext
ext xt Monday Iondn nnd it Is the Intention Intcnton of ofth oftl ofii
th tl ii Republicans HopuIJllcuI9 to stave UIO ave It t acted upon uponby UIII uponby
by h the house houle on n that day lll as ni tho llrst llrstballot trRt trRtolot ilrstballot
ballot olot for senator will wi be lu taken t kel next nextTuesday nextluestl nextrueadny
Tuesday TuesdayWINNIH luestl luestlWI rueadnyWlNNiI
Han Francisco Prllcileo Pollen Puleo Scout RCOlt the Wen WenThat IdenThlt IdeaThat
That Thlt Ho 10 Wan nl ns Miirdurrd MiirdurrdSan llurlcrCI llurlcrCIHln
San Hln Francisco Jan 17Tlio police pelce of ofthis otthlH ofthis
this city ciy scout the tl1 Idea that Winnie WinnieMercer WinnIeIerer WinnieMereer
Mercer Ierer the popular baseball player playerwhose 11h1Crwho plaerwhose
whose who l body oly was found In his room roon on onTuesday 01 onTuosdry
Tuesday 108Ie with n 1 gas tube In his mouth mouthand mouthInll inotitltand
and Inll glvlntr glvllt every e evidence of suicide nuioldtwas lulohle lulohleWOR suicidewas
was muiferid mUI rd No credence whatever whateverIs
Is placed In the tht Its theory of rlenre eaitern eQIIlr friends friendsthnt frleneR frleneRthot frientisthat
that Mercers lelcerl death was the result rllult nf nffoul nff011 ofloin
foul f011 play 11Iu He left lef several serl letters leters ad addressed uddrelsl addressed ¬
dressed drelsl to to relatives rolatll and friend tpii tpiiof 1111 1111at tpIttc tpIttcof
of his Intention Intenton to make away aWa with withhimself WIthhlnRel sSltirhimseif
himself hlnRel anti nHl expressing exprssing regret for an anact 11 titiitct
act Ict which whih he knew 10e would woul1 BIVO 1C pain to toEO t tOio
EO E many He le wrote a memorandum memorantJUI let letter lettel letten ¬
tel to Tip ONeill ONei the ball hl1 player playEI unit unithU Ant antIhi
hU hl Intimate Intmnte friend Crloll detailing cetalni his hum nnuncal Antancal humrial
cal condition ollllon In which he enumerated enumeratedhis enulnorted enulnortedIl
his Il debts cellts anti Itl11 told of moneys mOI uwlni uwlnihim ulnlhim uainghint
him the thl balance being n considerable considerableout
out Oll on hl hil his side slee of the ledger It 1 t was wasreported wantreported IS ISreTlorted
reported here on the day of his hIl death deaththat tientinthat cth cththut
that Mercer was 111 the victim victm of pulmon pulmonary ¬
any and other diseases lla e which rendered renderedhis
his life ICI miserable and his hil Intimates IntmleH as asKlgn nsIIn asHlgn
Klgn IIn Illhenlth lhenlh US tho real r al cause of his hiscommitting hil hiscommitting
committing commitng suicide suicideMr suicIdetr
Mr tr Hewitt 10wlt No u Hotter HotterNew BotlrrNew HotterNew
New York Jan 17Thl8 bulletin lJuletln on onAbrnm onA onAbram
Abram A hrm S i Hewitts Hewits condition conditon want wnl Issued Issuedtcday 18sue issuedtcdny
tCdny tcdayThe tCdnyhe tcdnyTire
The he restlessness rCIUpssness of last night has haspassed hMpa 1tn 1tn1a58d
passed pa d nwny uwo and Mr 11 Hewitt IIWltt I is a staIn staIniitnlet aln alniiulet atn11let
iiulet There lher JK II no other different differentchange dll lifferentchange rent rentehunge
change changeSigned ehungeSigned changeI3igncnl
R I L I KKYKS m 1I Jn JnUoth illIhotli mloth
Uoth loth physicians lhslelaI8 remained remolnltl with tho thopatient thoatlont thePatIent
patient all ni nh night nightKilled nightIC
Killed 11011 IC II leth by I II Holler HollerWest Hollrn ihid inn flxhnlosIa in inVest
West Newton Pa Ia JnntlT JIII17A Jpnt1TA A boiler bollorexploded bolQr bolQreTlloded boilerexploded
exploded nt Hells lells mills ml wrecked a saw sawmill SI sassmull ¬
mill 11111 killed leled two tlO mon and Injured two twoothers twooth twoothcirs
others oth one probably fatally fatallyTHE tnlnl fatallyTIIP
THE ur DEAD DEADWilliam D DEADlVilliani AD ADWilam
William Wilam Hunter HunterIlobert HunterHobert HunterRobert
Robert Iore PoreTHE IoreTI IoreT1I1
Hon lon A It I Hunter former mmber of ofthe ofthe atlie
the Pennsylvania Jonnsy1llll1 legislature lellslotll badly badlyscalded buil builscn bath bathscalded
scalded scn Ile will wi likely Ikc die dieJames dl dlJames tIleJames <
James Dyke will wi recover recoverU IecoeI
U I Is thought tho explosion was wascaused wasclused wascaused
caused clused by low lo water waterMRS waterIS wateri1ts
Mother 31otlCl of Seven Sot SoveiiCliutlieu Children Cllhhcl Falls Fa1 I1B ft 1 VIci VIcitliu Vicitlm Viethn
tliu to Heart Hellt Failure FailureSpecial lalure lalureSpeolal FahIIIrCSpecial
Special to the News NewsProvo News1roo NesssProve
Provo Jon 17 17Mrs Mrs Wlnnlfred Wlnnltrl < Scott Scottwife Scot Scottwife
wife wt of Andrew II Scott Scot died sudden suddenly ¬
ly this thlH morning morninG from heart failure tnlun su superinduced fU fUIlelllduced sohtetinidinced ¬
Do Doceased Doensld Doceased
perinduced Ilelllduced by b fatty degeneration de eneratlon
ceased ensld vrw wnl 42 4 years of age alO and leaves leavesa
a husband and ant seven Ieen children ehliiren Funer Funeral Iter Iteral ¬
al will wil be held Monday 1Iondny at 11 1a a m mfrom mfromtho from fromtho frontthe
tho Second ward wa rll meetinghouse meetinghouseAfter meetlnRhousp
After ter being bellK out two hours hourl thj tle > Jury JuryIn
In the case of Frank Cunningham carnu carnuInto eamoInto eanleInto
Into court rurt and announced Iloullced a verdict of ofguilty o oguit ofguilt
guilty guiltyEPIDKJIlOOFSMAliIiPOX guit
TweiitpSfiven TWClltpSrl 5ewCase PIV W Ruses Reported ReportedDiirlnjj IcpOltCtl IcpOltCtlDUllnA ItelOltCtlIihlhg
Diirlnjj DUllnA HIP 11 Week WeekDuring WeekDurin Seek1uring
During the week ending elln Jan 17 1 there therewere thpro thprolle therewere
were lle 33 white births reported to the thoboard thehoarll theboard
board of health henlh 20 2 of which wore males malesand malusnnd niahusand
and 13 females The deaths leaths of resi resident resldentl residentin ¬
dent dentl dentin for the fame FIC period 1 rlol was the thosame themo thecaine
same mo as al for the week before It t while whiletho whlt whltthe whiluthe
the total mortality tortnlt Including Ineludlnl nonresi nonresidents nnresl nnreslllent nonrenddents ¬
dents was IS two less than thaI the pre preceding llnceing lireceding ¬
ceding ceing week wek of the he decedents deceents 13 3 were weremales were10lel sveromales
males 10lel and C females femalesThere felnIes felnIesfhere femalesrhiere
There were wee 13 1 cases CIUB of scnrlfit scnrl fever feverIn tevr tevrIn
In aunrantlne cluarnntM at the close of the pre preceding pe pelIUng vrecedinmg ¬
ceding report Jport nine new cases developed developedduring delelopeldurln developelduring
during the week and ant one case recovered recoveredleaving recoeredINlnl recoveredleavinig
leaving INlnl 21 cases In detention detlntlon In 17 1 prem premIws premI lremices
ices I s compared complred with wih 40 o Ion the cain pomweek 8nlP 8nlPIelk cainweek
week of last year ear Of diphtheria 11 11capes 1 itcases
capes cnFtS remained remnlnll over olr from last week weekand weeknnll sveekonil
and 7 new nll cas cnl8S cases > s were er ere reported reportCl 2 cases casesresulted cnsesle casesnesulled
resulted le lled fatally Cotllll and 4 recovered l roell less leaving ICR ICRInl lesslug ¬
lug Inl 12 cases with warning signs dInt displayed dIntldiYed ls ls11YN ¬
played 11YN Two cafes t1 of smallpox slnlo WeN werImifbrted WeNImlirtpll wereimiarted
Imifbrted Imlirtpll from 011Ide outside points and 27 2 2 de developed d dtloped deseloped ¬
veloped tloped In the city cty of thin number numberhad numberhind Sfi Sfihad
had never been bln successfully Iurle8stul vaccinated vaccinatednnd cclnntodnnll
and 3 had hal attempted atemptel vaccination nclnntlol but buthad huthall buthind
had not secured mlurltl a typical trllcal scar scr Flv Flvcases 1 Fivicases 1
cases raRel recovered rcolerll during 111rlnl the week leav leaving lea leaIng leavlog ¬
ing 54 5 cns ep8A e ses s quarantined qU autlned In the city citynnd ciy ciyand cityanti
and Isolation Itlatun hospital ho plal as against nlllnRt JO for tortho forlie forthe
the preceding 11recedlnl week wek In addition addlloll to tothese tothese tothese
these cns CalB cases s eases ca e of typhoid fever feverI
1 case COlt of measles mesles and 5 I cones rnle of chicken chickenpox c lcken lckenpox
also reportedKOYAL reportedJtO
pox Were reported reportldHOYAII
KOYAL JtO AL HlfillliAiNDEUS HlfillliAiNDEUScottlsli IHllluND HS HSCOt
cottlsli COt coLt IBm Orler Onjiuiizeil In II This City CityLust Cfr Cfr1m CityIj1ntt
Lust Xlirla XlirlaAnother Nft1itAnother hhl hhlAnother
Another fraternal trUrnal order was us launched launchedon Inunclll Inunclllon
on the waters wnterl of secret A t societies ocletl last lastnlKht lutnlKht lastnight
nlKht In the form of n branch lodge lodgeof lol loloC
of the thl Royal Highlander Hlhlanlert who on state stateoccasions atateoccasIons stateoccasIons
occasions will wi datzle dazle the youth olth of Salt SaltIjilw SlIlt1le SaltLake
Lake with wih their bare blll knees knees kilts kll and andother nndothfr andother
other othfr Incidentals connected connfted with wth the tht re regalia J regaila ¬
galia nla of llonnle lonnle Scotland otlonl The lodge lodgewas lodewal lodgessas
was wal organized orlnllzel In the I 0 II I II I hall hallAuerbach hol baliAuerbach
Auerbach building bullllul by IJ 0 M Frorer Frzer lt ltthe if ifthe Itlie
the Illinois 1Inol8 Ceutml eeltll assisted IF lstll by J II IIThorne HfhollIe 11I
I Thorne The work Is II taken from some someevents 611 611events sonieevents
events In Scottish history and Is II saul imldto IHIII IHIIIto
to 0 teach the principles lrlnclJles of prudence prudencefidelity prulltnce prulltnceMell prudencefldlty
fidelity Mell and valor The following tololnl Is the theorganization theonaulztlon theonganiizatlon
organization and membership membershipA
A S Fowler past 10 1 Illustrious IIustrlou8 protec protector protector protectar ¬
tor F I J 1 Lucas Illustrious iustrIous protcctu protcctuMrs prolltu prolltufrt
Mrs trnt frt M 11 A t Duncan Dun n chief counsellor counsellorWm oun lor lorWm
Wm J Iawson worthy evangel Iantl A T TMsPhcrfon T1lheron TMshherson
MsPhcrfon 1lheron secretor crltnr J It I Ioftii Ioftiitrermipr IUldtrplPuer tMftitrensuer
trermipr trplPuer and guide Iuldo S J Robinson Robinsonwarder Hohln htolnlnsoniwarder n nwarer
warder J A Clark Clak sentry < I M MFrs MFrsser r rfrufr
Frs warer frufr Frsser r manager manAer three year eRr J H HThorne I 11Thorns
Thorns Thorul manager InWJer two years earp J F FDcuchler 1 Pleuchiler
Dcuchler DuchlP manager Innnlor one year Mr also aluochlof al alsochief l lchlet
chief penrsman pMuron John Marshall hnhal hT hTald hlraM heraId
aId R I H Hargadlno JatRRlln chief arcier arcierJnmcft arpr arprJlmel nreierJames
James Jlmel Davidson DAldFon tint frl worthy w rth censor censorK
0 E Nichols Jlcholl second Ind worthy ccnso ccnsoDr censoDr lnpuDr
Dr J S Sharp 8hRrJ physical ph II1 pxnmlnt pxnmlntA Inmln InmlnA
A O 1 Dyer Jer J T 1 lUddnw Jalllo J II 1 frans fransK MnI MnII rsn rsnh
K h H 13vanK I vnn A A Anskln Anlkln H I W Liu Liutlefnrd 11 11tttoll InttUforl
tlefnrd I 1 0 W 5 ttrfldy Rujh H I P I Ittitt IttittParley < ttltt ttlttParley ttt
Parley PettUt PetIt and I J All Alien AllpnBUH AlienBuIs n nBURNS
Ladles I1 s Atulllnry Atlnry 4tt1IIIIa of Caledonia Cnlel0nla Club ClubWill Club1lIl
Will 1 Celebrate CIhrle Jt JtThe I IThl ItThe
The Thl anniversary nnnltr r of the birth of lob Ilobert Uobert lobert ¬
ert Hums Uurs will 1 be fittingly ftng celebrated celehr ted on onMonday onlontlaY onMonday
Monday Jan 26 when the Ladles Llle Aux Auxiliary Auxllt7 ux uxmr ¬
iliary mr of 0 tfci tt ih Caledonian Calronlr dub will wI clve lse 1 1cncrt a aconcert acoitcert
concert cncrt and ball i In Harmonle Hall Ial nt ntwhich atwhich
which a characteristic program prOKrm of Scot Scottish Sct Sctlsh Scottish ¬
tish lsh songs lon nnd dances nnrls will wi be curried curriedout arrlld arrlldout
out A E general en < wrnl ral Invitation InYlnton Is 1f extended extendedthe utllIded
the tend clans being bnt especially cspcoly urgod uri to at attend It Ittend attend ¬ I
Mary Jane Smith Smih Is Arraigned on onCharge onCharge onCharge
Charge of Murder MurderWILL MurderWILL MurderVlljIi
Vomnu 0111 Nny Ni Mm Shl llni I IVo N TIrnn TrRI nml nmlCourt nnl nnlculrt nudCoorS
Court culrt Aurora AIIeu unees ti CI t > Appoint Aduriiry AduriiryTo tltotllrro IorUt IorUtru
To tlefnul leelll Her nerMary HerMary HerMary
Mary Jane JonI Smith Slulh thin thocololCll colored woman womanwho womanwho svoniansviio
who administered nllllllllAtrel1 a 1 fatal dose of poi poison p01soil ol olROi ¬
son ROi to a miner named Daniel Ianlel Ryan In Inher II IIhll in inliei
her hll Victoria Victora alley II y resort on 11 Dec 12 12IJO
102 1901 was wal brought broulht before Judge JllfW Morse MorseIn Mor e eIn
In th district court this morning moring and andarralxned nltl nltlItuhcno andntrrakned
arralxned Ituhcno on Urn uhurgetof charJe lt murder In Inthe Intho inthe
the sat Erlt dB lllrel ttsree ree The fili woman IllQUI muted 81tted to tothe tnth 0 0the
hr h iiri J nl anti nndhad antihad
the th court that thntlh she attorney no HOrer altl altlha1
had no means mens With Wih which to employ employone emllo emlloune
one HO 10 Judge Ju e Morse More ordered her to ap appear 31 upieur ¬
pear eur In court I on Thursday fhurjtJoy morning morningJan morn tnI
Jan 2J 2 at 10 oclock ocluc and entir lnllr her i pha phato > i i ito
to the lie charge In tho meantime meantme thu thucourt thl thlCOUr tiitcourt
court COUr s stnt1 tut I that ho hp would appoint uJJolnt an nnattorney anutorey anattorney
attorney utorey to defend detolll her herThu helh lienllie
Thu h Information Ilformalon tIled 110 against Iglnst the wo woman 10 10Iln wohunt ¬
man Iln by II 1 District Dstrict Attorney AtOllpy Kl 1hnlr 1tilinitr < hiiur con contains contlln8 conhulls ¬
hulls tlln8 three Rparats counts countl so It Is very veryevident ser vellldent sertsihenit
evident that thlt ho docH not Intend to tako takoany tlko tlkoan takoany
any an chances lulICIR upon 10n the woman being luln no nolultted ncIlulWlt acquitted
quitted IlulWlt The first frst count charges chargesfctralgbt chnrgosttralght chargesstraight
straight ttralght murder In the find nrlt degree Ile llt by bymixing byIllxhl byhmitxiiig
mixing Illxhl morphine mUllhlne ne In II I a been and adminis administering Ulmlnls UlmlnlstCllng niis niistering ¬
tering It to Ryan B ln The he second l conll count countcharge countchnr countclInrgLH
charge chnr R murder muTler by b living timid ln adminis administering ullmlnli udininisteriitg ¬
tering terlll morphlno 10rlhinu tu tl Ryan In a 1 manner mannerunknown Ilnhcr IlnhcrUnlIOn inunherunikhioivn
unknown UnlIOn The third count charges chargesmurder thallel chargesniuidti
murder 1dlI committed C0111t01 while whllt attempting atelltnR to tocommit tolonlllt toeoniinit
commit lonlllt robbery rohler anti that thlt while whle defend defendant doComlnll ¬
ant nll was IIS administering nflmlnlstllnn said lld poison llllOI shu shuWOH ho howal huwas
was wal committing commitng an act greatly 1Iatl danger dangerous dlntI dlntIOUI ¬
ous OUI to the th life 1 < of Ryan and Ilt tho act actperpetrated lal lalPIIPlrt actPenhietrlttel
perpetrated PIIPlrt t was 11 one which evidenced evidencedn I < cncel cnceln
n life depiavcd dellled mind Ilml regardless IGnrdles8 uf othumal human humanlife
lifeThe le
The prisoner lrlloner was brought hlou ht Into count couitby COIt COIthy countby
by Deputy Sheriff Uurbldge lurlhlg Lid LII1urlnl during duringthe durIngthe
the th piocefdlngs lIOCCI11J8 she was us 18 unconcerned unconcernedus uncollcrned
us 18 any Iln person pelll In II hnthueourtroom hnthueourtroom1ti4i4ioi tha courtroom courtroomALLKOIM courtroomAIIIWIW
ALLKOIM ALLKOIMSuslo I JB Bit 1 Itl Oil 0 i CUSltACr CUSltACrSUSII Ctilt4tCF Ctilt4tCFSlikit
Suslo SUSII M r Fro lreoiIk I 1II HP Suit 1111 nnIt Against AgainstllcliM ilgnlmnstIleirs lall t tIIh
llcliM IIh nl lt ii Iho tim lilllli 1111 i 1Inll 1InllSUAlo lsinttStisle inlr inlrSusie
Susie M f Fri I > has filed nol cult Ful In th thA dls dlstrlct dlstrlct distnict
trlct court agnlnst Pannle Ilnlll Maria Inrll Little Littleand 1ltt LIttleaitil
and 011 other minor heIrs to the thl estate of ofJames otJall8 rfJames
Jall8 James T Little Lite deweml l1e elt to compel compelthe OIP l lthl
the thl specific sllecllc performance of u contract contractof contrll contrllof
of wile le of certain certnll mil rul estate entered enteredinto Cltertd CltertdInto ennterdfib
into fib between betwoel James T Little and Ind plain plaintiff pIn llnintiff In Intf
tiff tf on Jan 0 158S The complaint lulJllalnt a aleges 0Ilges aleges
leges thnt on the above nloo date dll James JamesrLittle T TLittle fIllle
Little Illle agreed alHeld to sell to plaintiff plalntr on ir irbefore 1 1betor tibefore
before betor live te yt YlIi years w 82Hx206M a x20 2 feet of ofground oCJrunll ofground
ground Jrunll In lot 4 block S i plat II t A fj fjthe t tthl fjthe
the sum RUl sum fif t JTiOOO r 7P0 Oirfor Olfi Oij er M P 180 180plaintiff 10 101IIalntr I0PlaIntiff
plaintiff 1IIalntr tendered tondlll tIne thl above Ibo sum sum to the theheirs thehelrR theheirs
heirs of James Jamel T Llttlo 1IUI and nll Hiiuuidta Hiiuuidtathe dlllw 1
the H specific 811clt performance Ilrtorlncl uf 1 of tile tll ron rontrart ronttart on onttlt
trart ttlt The heirs refused rltllrll to convey cnllle the theproperty theluopert tuepnolert
property therefore plaintiff 1lalltI asks judg judgment judgment jotsment ¬
ment for the specific Ipecle performance of ofthe atthe ofthe
the contract contractNY8TIIOM conhactYSnO contractNvsrnol
NY8TIIOM YSnO 1 VS S CLAUK CLAUKPetition CIHC CIHCletllol cIjtltlLetltioii
Petition letllol flit flr Writ Wri or MnmlnmnnArtrucd Mnmlnmnn tiamnnlnminiisrgmncd laIIRIIUM laIIRIIUMlrlle1
Artrucd lrlle1 and 1111 a intl Continued ContinuedThe < onIIIII cot united unitedThe
The petition eltlol for n wilt Il of mandamus mandamusIn manlnmus manlnmusIn
In the case aH of J n 1 Njstrom NAtrol city cl re recordcr teeorder recorder
order and exolllclo clerk rllrk of the city citycourts elt elttOurtH citycourts
courts vs 1 Frank Irnk H Ionic justice Justce of ofthe otthe oftIne
the peace of the thl First precinct pNrlnct was wasargued wn8nr sinsargued
argued nr ued In II part IJlrt before he Core Judge Stewart Stewartthis Stewartthis Stewartthis
this morning moring Assistant City < 11 ity Attorney AttorneyShoup Alorle AlorleShoUfl AttorneyShoutn
Shoup argued nrgu In behalf of plaintiff Illalntlr niil niilAttorney a aAtorne anti antitttoriiey
Attorney Atorne J A Frlck represented de defendant lietendant diifendant ¬
fendant The latter attorney was 11 uu uuable UI unaable
able to complete Ills argument nlgulelt before beforecourt betorecourt beforecourt
court adjourned so the further tuther hear hearing helr helrIn beanlog ¬
log In of the case was continued cotnued unul unulnext mmminext 111 111next
next Saturday Siturtl At that time tme Assistant AssistantCity AssistantCity ABlstRI
City Ciy Attorney Atorl Schulder Schullel vlll 11 nl also o t make makethe 10kl timaketIme
the final fnal argument In behalf of plain plaintiff plaintf plaintiff ¬
tiff tf
tiffThe The petition peltlol asks that thR a writ of man mandnmus mnndfmuR manrUtnius
dnmus dfmuR be Issued IISUHI against IjalnMt defendant Iletlndant to tocompel tocomppi toconiiil
compel him to turn over the records of ofhi othip ofhis
hi hip court to the city CI recorder reor er who who8 who8authollt Is Isauthorized isauthorized
authorized authollt by h section secton 23 diaper IOD IO of ofthe otthp oftue
the Session 81 Flol laws of liKil 19t totnke charge chargeof
of all al the records of the city cl courts courtsfUrltrm A AqurHtlnn Aqiicttttnnl
qurHtlnn fUrltrm of unconntltlonallty ulNnllhlollt of the thenew thp tInenmt
new nmt city clt Justice jUMtlo court was a8 raised 11sed by byAttorney b btorney bytoriiey
Attorney torney toriiey Filch Jrlek In his hil argument RI umpnt H Hclaimed le leelaimed IIlalniel
claimed that the net creating the tht court courtIs cout
Is In conflict connct with wih and contrary contrr to oo oolion 0 eelion
lion 101 23 Hrtlclc Irtlcle 6 of the Constitution Constitutionof Conatluton Conatlutonot
of it the thl state ItOtt and hence Is unconathu unconathutlonul Uncnsllu Uncnsllutlolll uncenstinuhood
hood tlolll and void II Il 1k i RI also l o rlnlmi Clalnu that tlmtdefendunt thlt thltIefelllRnt thattlefenndinnt
defendunt IefelllRnt H I s I own nurvtswr PIIreSr and the thesuccessor theslrelor liecliecessor
successor slrelor of nil 11 11 the tb other oiler Justice JUFtlP of ofthe orthe nfthe
the JWHCC 1I11Ce of the city el and sl111s ns such Klch IM II en entitled entltNI entitled ¬
titled tltNI to the books and all records rotls of Mid Midcourts saitlcourts lll lllcourt
courts courtsAt court
At t adjourning IdJournll time tme the thl court cut con contlnupd contnupd contlnued
tlnupd tnupd the further hearing of the ca cauntil cant cantuntil 181 181untt
oclock until untt next Saturday morning at lU lUoclock iUoclock t toclock
IMOISIOV I OSr lBlmSlm lBlmSlmSIprmlo It itiviitsii itiviitsiiSnpreinn E1Iti3CiS
Snpreinn S ii ii re nil e Court GUlrt in in ri Chnnccs IhllIM ban gis Decree 1rrre I hen rco In InT II InnSlinilalhnlini
SIIlfllhl T TM 0 Illuh I I I I holier ItollrrThe nollerThe holierThe
The supreme court Iourt handed down 110ln an anopinion al alollnlon anopinion
opinion ollnlon yesterday Atla afternoon arernoon rcverslui rcversluithe reerlr1
the decision lellon of Judiro Jutfr Huoth Both In the caMe cmieof caMeoC caseof
of the Fnntaquln fntquln Mining lnlnl company Impon lp lprlant nip nippellant p ppellant
pellant rlant vs S the lllfli JJh Roller naier Mining Miningcompany MiningcoInpalmI lnln lnlncomlll
company comlll and remanding rfllhlnc the CRI case for forn torI or ora
n I new trial trlnl The hl action IIon wan brought broughtto brucht bruchtto
to fluid qult title tth to the Sliver King IlIg lode lodeclaim lodecloln lodeelalni
claim cloln located loCtll In the Santnquln Mining Miningdistrict Mininigdistrict lnlng lnlngIlstrlct
district Ilstrlct The Tht lower court urt granted rnte de defendant tiptendRnt 4sfendntnt ¬
fendant companys irmtlon 111ton for a non nonsuit nonsuit nonstilt ¬
suit anti CIPnp an ni appeal 0111 vas a taken The Theopinion The1lnlon Theopinion
opinion of the supreme 111rme court rurt reversing reversingtho reerlng reerlngthe
the lower courti curt wan wal written writen by b Dis District Dl Iistnict ¬
trict Jurtr JuI Jtnil Martoneauv llrhnAu and concurred concurredIn rnurr
In by b Justices JullcR llnskln Ihantktrtand o ktn and liartch liartchIIKIIT UartdlmmT liartelihhiIiT
Man Who Rntrrrd ltrrr1 lllij ia Ho 100tol lhotonn tnti Store StoreClmrcfd Stoc StocrhnrIIfl StoreChnargeol
Clmrcfd rhnrIIfl with siit lh In llnrijlnry llnrijlnryHert lurllarr lurllarrBprt lhinrghnrIhert
Hert Rhodes hodel wa arraigned arrigne before beforeJudge btor beforeJudge
Judge Jucle Morse lut this morning morlll In the die district dil dietriet ¬
trict court on the charge of burglary burnlaryRhodes burlanJho burglaryItliodes
Rhodes Jho l is charged with lh burglarizing burglarizingtho lIunJutalnth
tine th lug Bll ltoi 10811 Iloattin > tun store Itort on the night nllht of ofP ofDee
P Dee 1 e JO a 1901 90 He I secured Noure M 2 S cents cwntufrom Cnts Cntstrom centstons
from tons the each Mlb drawer Irwpr of the store but butwns IJUWil butsync
sync Wil Mught Lulht by h ha an oillcer before h terl he heofcnwvi hp hpInl heeenpe4
ofcnwvi Inl from trm mm the building buldln Ills 11 attor attorney Ilor nittorus ¬
ney 11 us was WIS not present In court this morn mornI mornitr
117 I no 1 defendant was a ordered oTler to ap apptnr apIlIU apPer
Per on Thursday Thuna Jan Jln tt and enter enterhis tter tterhil enterhint
his hil plea pleaVixm 110 Plenlisin
Vixm motion moton of Dlst URt Atty Aty Klohnor KlohnorJu1pe lehnorJ111 lchnorJuige
Ju1pe J111 Morse Ior ordered oNIr that Minerva MinervaAlexander MlntraltXIIdlr MinervaAlexander
Alexander ltXIIdlr be I released rellaH from the thl county countyJail runt runtjol countyjail
Jail on her own recognizance rflnlunr The wo woman woflint ¬
man 111 was wn convicted rmlrll by I Judge Judle Diehl of ofpetit otpt ofpetit
petit larceny and sentenced to four fourmonth tourmenthl fourmonths
month pt menthl of which time she has served servedabout fene sensedabout
about five nf weeks weeksTKXT w sveekntTfNT kl klT
TKXT T XT IlOnk BOOK 04 O4SI O4SIPetition SB SBPetition SEPetIton
Petition PetIton for Rehearing nchrarln Denied by bySupreme I bySmnprenine
Supreme Court CourtThe CourlTht CourtTIme
The Tht supreme lupNml court curt has h8 denied the theplaintiffs thl thlplalnUt theplaintiffs
plaintiffs plalnUt Dotltlon Dctton for a rehearing rhlAlnl In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the text book 1ook case ca entitled eatted Stwart Stfwlrt T
Tanner olner vs S A C Nelson state ItltO super superintendent l superI er erIltldt ¬
intendent Iltldt I ni tcndini t nf 0 f public Pulil IC Instruction InKtllctol innnttiuc tioni nppel nppellunl alilol ninpeilanit
lunl 111 In the lower court Judge untIl Hrillrundvred ltl untIlrendered
rendered red a decision teclslol In favor of plaintiff plaintiffhitlUlng plHlntC pltiinmtitthiulWnig
hitlUlng hulllg that the state text book look con convenllon conentol consenhiont
venllon entol h held W hl < 1 In this thll city el on 01 Mny Mn In InHi2 30 301MB J JIttO2
1MB Hi2 did not comply cOlply with the law In Inregard Inre inregard
regard re ard to publicly pUblclY opening and routing roadlnstho roallinr
the bios 11ls received tlcelld by b the convention collontlo1 for fortext COI fortext
text books lokl for uw Uf In II the tIl schools Ihooll of tIme thoBtute tImetittttt 1
Btute lt I t except In cities cteH of tho llrst and andneronl andlelond andsecond
second yearn yearnIlion lelond Iarl claim aNM during llU1111 the ensuing nulu live liveyearn Ile IleIarl fivetitoni
Ilion llll appeal the supremo Ullrero court urt re reversed reerl nosenaetj ¬
versed erl the th decision lld810n Plaintiff 1IainUr then 1111 1111u tel teln
u petition fttll for to I n rehearing Iehenrlnl before the thefcupriniv theUIIfnw lie lieUlIIflie
fcupriniv UIIfnw UlIIflie court Iourt which petition petton was iK de denied llenltl theriled ¬
riled nltl by b that ourt yesterday Btela afternoon afternoonDEATH ntternool ntternoolnBN1I afternoonIFAT11
DEATH nBN1I UF 01 Jlliii 11 i i7 lihUKBDGJB lihUKBDGJBWell hllUUmOE hllUUmOEWel
Well Wel Known JI1 Vonniii SrnnhitulSSs 0III1SS IMssM 3 A Away way l This Thisat fhls3UII11 tlliS3Ioin
3UII11 3Ioin Iii at BOlllmn BOlllmnMu Bouii Itoiiiillfnl ItoiiiillfnlMil I till I Iiini
Mil Sarah W V Kldrcdgt Bdrdce widow wl10I of ofthe oftle ofthe
the tle late Horace Horact S Uldrcdge died llle at
1010 01 this morning momtlg at the residence r081 ene8 of oflipr othar ofhirtugliter
lipr hirtugliter daughter Mm II Dr Strlngham 8trlnghl11 of ofBountiful ofunttul offlaunitifui
Bountiful unttul The hie deceased decenld lady lilt lived IvlJd for foryenin torem forenltt
yenin em enltt In II this thll city Cit I nnd was a well wel known knownand knownOI knownitinol
and OI highly hlhl repimheS r i lll In the hi uommtmlty uommtmltyBlie cJnmunlt cJnmunltRhe
SIte was a 1 native Illtlve of If Vermont cr1mt where wherelie wher siiieresIte
Il sIte lie wn WOI bonn llr In II U27 12 being therefore tlfrtore 7fi 7fiyears 76earl 73years
years earl of t age HIt She SIl was a ulster IIRter of the thelate theIn timelute
late In Ie OKIonr IMII OlblJH 11 and lt Mrs lrN Kllza gllzl Irut 1oxnuitlier Fox Foxmother
mother of Jesse Jele W Fox and leaves leaIll two twochildren twohldr iso isochmhldreni
children hldr Mm ll J II 1 Grant and Mrs II Dr DrrUrlnijham DrBlrlnlham DrS
rUrlnijham rUrlnijhamThe Blrlnlham Blrlnlhamlhe S tning hint a alime
The lhe funrrnl tin mu will wi be held from frol the theWest theWest tImeVest
West Jlountlful ountul meetinghouse Iletl1hoURe on Mon Monday itonlay rol ¬
day 11Y ut 11 1 u m I The body will wi be bebiought lJehlought bebnougiit
biought ID ti this city for Interment IntermentIS IntermentDIVISION internientDIVIS1UN
Ppeclil SICclal to the Nows MowsHolse NowsBol Nowsliaise
liaise Bol e Idaho Illm Jon 17 17Count County divi division dlllslon dlvisloim ¬
sion seems leml to b k f occupying n great greatiwtlon gl gneatiortion lt ltporton
iwtlon porton of the he time tm8 of the Idaho legis legislature legislotml legisIntone ¬
Intone lotml since MIICI the senatorial senltollal question clueston bag bagbeen husI tinsbeen
been ben disposed dl IOFcd of Two bills his for divid dividing dlllI dlllIIlg ¬
I ing Ilg eountlus untCA and anl croatlng elontn new counties countieshave COUltl1 countieslmase
have alicndy been lon Introduced In the thehou thehouse
hou house c Illh iiltli lth several selerl mom m011 In II the pro prosjiectlve proslleUe pro5lKct
sjiectlve sjiectlveOf 5lKct h hor
Of the bills his already Introduced one oneIs onp oneis
Is for the Iw dlvlilon tlllon of Hlnghntn Unlhnr county countyon counton
on the bam hOle hue 1 I I running Iunnlng thiough thlugh the thecounty tht tInecounty
county from oust to t west a 1 little Itlu north noithof nrth nrthot
of the center This hiH bill bi leaves the thetouth theouth tImeroutln
touth part to still stl constitute eonliltule Ulngham Ulnghamcounty Ingham InghamcQuntY liinghanmequnty
county while hltc the north 10lth part Is II to be becreated becreitell becreilteil
created creitell Into a new IW couny COUll under ldlr the thennme thenRme henlsnme
nnme ofAnderson oC ntlelsn This arrangement arrangementnppcors IIrr arrangementnitsars IKelent IKelentntflarl
nppcors ntflarl to be satisfactory Iatstuctory to all 11 liar purties Ill liartics
ties tel concerned 1ncerled and 1111 does not Iot In any an way wayInUrfeio wayinterfere ay ayInhrfelo
interfere with the thl boundaries 10undnrh 1 of Fro Fromnnt Pru10nt Promont
mont 10nt county count as nt had previously prlousl bon bontallied hNn hNntBUed beentntl1oiol
tallied tBUed of ot Blnghnm Bnghnm count IIH 19 left Itjftby lettb leftby
by b this thll division dltslon will wil be le about Ibout 24 miles mileswide 111s 111swhle nillesssttle
wide by 1 some SOle over 100 00 miles Jllel long and andAnderson andAndorson amidAnderson
Anderson county cflUnmt will wJ be b about two twothirds twothhdR tivothirds
thirds as large Ir Dlnckfoot will wil remain remainthe remollltw rennninlit
the tw lit county cOln count sent Rnt of Ulngham Bnhll county and andIdaho undIdaho antIIdaho
Idaho Falls Ials will wi lx the county seat luut of ofthe oCthe oflie
the lie new county otnt of Anderson nderFol This fhll will willavert wi wiliavert
avert any nn possible follblo question queKton of a county countyneat coulltyeat countyseat
neat war between the hip two towns townsSHOSHONU townsSIOSHONI townsShlOShlONl
The other bill bi that thlt has been ben Intro Introduced Introduced Introtuced ¬
duced for the thl creation erton of n new nt coun county Cun Cunt eouiity ¬
ty t In ptictlcally tho th th
PltlUly thlle same as one onewhich onehlch ne nemmhich
which pneertd 1 I two years rl ago 110 for the thecreation thecrnHon tinecreation
creation crnHon Of o CUlmvnter county eoult This Thisproposed lhlspropimset hls hlsproJe
proposed proJe county Couni Is to be composed compolell of ofMuthern oCluth ofsouthirni
Muthern luth r Shoshono Sholhone and eastern Qlttr Nez NezPerec Nlz NlzPerce NezPerce
Perce The he law as passed two years yearsago yeorRngo yearsago
ago was declared declord by the supreme court courtnot courtnlt courtnot
not to have hal been constitutionally consttutonnly en enncttd onaclld enacted
acted aclld on account of a slight slght defect and andtherefore andtheretolo antitherefore
therefore the work has to be done over overagain ovr ovragain overagain
again at this session sessionTho ses sessiomnThe lol
The Thl Shoshonc members IlmblR are anxious anxiousfor anxloul
for UK thl paninge lfAne of the bill bi but the theNez thoNez theNez
Nez Pence lle numbers object to having havingany hallngnny havingany
any portion of their county Incorporat Incorporated IncorporthI ¬
ed within wihin the Clearwoter Clenlter boundaries boundariesnnd bOUllnrle8 bOUllnrle8nnd
nnd thorofoio thorttO n very er warm and inter Intorptlng Intr Intrftng interesting
ptlng ftng debate doote Is II looked looke for when the thebill thebi thebill
bill bi cornea un > for or action ncton It Ils Is thought thoughthowever thou thoughtlmweser ht hthowewr
however that t It will wl pass 1n88 and become becomea
a law In very er nearly lall the tht form to Im In which whichIt
It was 18 Introduced Intruced the portion porton of Shu Shushone Shoshol 51wshionie
shone shol county cun to be taken tukln It II large largeontfuch IArlecnd largeenthiph
ontfuch cnd h and taking taklnl Its Is timber ImlJr Interests InterestsInto Interlt InterltInto lnorestsinto
Into account IICount wealthy ealh enough enou h for a aKOIR atl astotl
KOIR county but lacks Ilcks somewhat eOlelmt of ofliavlna otha1nq ofhiaslng
liavlna tl enough rlogh nipeiwd 1 IRll valuation to tocome 10come tocaine
come within wlthll the constitutional conltutlon1 require requirement tequll requirenient ¬
ment for the creation crRton of fC a 1 new nlI county countyThH count countThl connntyThIM
ThH makes mnlels It I Imperative tn1eMtle that Clear Clearwater Clprwlttr Cleansister
water wlttr county rount shall Ahal have hlo a 1 part of o either elthirNM eihe eitherNez
NM Ne1 Pen or n Idaho countlw ountS The ho pro propoaed IroIlllt1 IwoPORCh
PORCh division 111Islol between btwn Clearwnter ClearwCtel and andSlioshone anllSho andSliosliomme
Slioshone Sho honl extends along the cre erelt crest t of tt ttvery 1 isser
very ser pn high hlh and practically pmrtc Impassible Impassiblerange IIJallble IIJallblerange
range of mountains which makes any anyfurther anyfurther anyfurther
further extension In II that direction dlrltlon Im Impracticable 1mpractcable innpracticable ¬
practicable practicableLONG practcable practcableIO practicableLON
The most Important of the other othertalked othertalked
talked talke of county count division dlll lnn Is a C schtmiu schtmiufor Ihemu Ihemutor
for or taking tle tle Long Ion Valley Rle district of ofMolic oflIaise
lIaise county COlt and nld n section flcton from ruin south southwestern southwestern othweste1
western weste1 Idaho and alll adding mldlll them th1 to this tlienorthern tht thisnorthern
northern Iurthnr portion 10rton of Washington This Thiswould ThisUlllllke Tillswould
would Ulllllke make a large IArgl and Inll very id el rich rllh coun county eo eot coumty ¬
ty t with wih Council Counci a thriving thrllng village II e at ntthe atthE atthis
the present 11re elt terminus termlnul of the P I I N Nralluny Nralwa Nrailway
railway ralwa as ll the county cent Iot The Long LongValley IolI IolIallo LongValley
Valley allo region Is all good god farming and andgrating Inllrftzlng snilgrazing
grating land as lS In also 111 the upper upperVel UIIPt uppereiser
Wllslr Vel eiser er valley alle around Irontl Council CoulIl while whilefarther whie whieCarlhor whilefarthor
farther to the lie north and west would wouldbe
be Included I nIU1 81 seine He excellent pxcelent timber timberlands tllber tllberlanlls timberlaninis
lands and a large IIUII part Jrt of the famous famousSeven ral0 ral0Rcnn tanimousSeven
Seven Devils Devis ropier region Illon g1on This h19 move moveIs rnc rncII
Is II being bllnl backed bukf1 by b the citizens ellzlns of Coun Council Councl Cooncii ¬
cil cl but the he legislative IJlplat1 members lmbr from fromall trm trmal fromall
all al the counties Munte Interested Intlrte express IXIIS a adetermination aIlptermlnat anleterminatiomn
determination Ilptermlnat to fight Ilht the propo IlrpHllll IlrpHllllIAlon Propoined d di division dlVision ¬
vision With Wih t so o strong an In opposition oppositionIt OlllAltlon OlllAltlonI
It I seems MII a trifle trIfe doubtful about the thoscheme theIhele thesehenmo
scheme Ihele mnterUllzIng mlterlallzlng at this session sessionTQOBLB session1OoEI1 e lon lonIOO
Asks for One Half lulf fitilfol nf Tlioso Collected CollectedFrom lolrctctl lolrctctlJrom ColiecteilFrom
From Jrom Trnn TIahlleiht rollslnt pnt Herds HerdsAt JcI JcIAt IleimIAt
At the meeting mcetng of the board Ir1 of coun county cun cunty county ¬
ty commissioners cmmlsloner today tOa a claim Wait wal re rewived ro roCl reeeivtai
wived Cl tl from Tooele Toole county lOUn for or onelmlf onelmlfof onllllt onlllltot
of the taxes tUtl on tranrlent tMn Int herds herdsheep tg tgsheep l ltheeI
sheep owned by II Salt Lake county count r reel rntdentl reelolents l ldentg
theeI owne
dentg dentl and nnl which grazed In Tooele Tooelecounty TOll TOllount Tooplecounty
county ount during Urln port of th th the year lar 1KB 1KBThe U02 1502Thie
The number of sheep ahl1 to t grazed ral was a as Ib 1 1C ibcoo
coo C and nd TooeU Tool county ounl claim chUl1 onehtlf onehtlfof
of the taxes tn on the n aseessed etM 1 valuatnn valuatnnof aluIU I IoC
of the sheep rIII The claim caim was referred referredto rttprel rttpreltn
to I the county nudltor Rudlor to be computed computedand eomputl
and Ild to verify verifyA veri C Csimiar
A similar simiar claIm nits BI received r lvNI from fromIioxelder trm trmTxeler fromItoxeltier
Iioxelder Txeler county ount Th The total number numbr of ofMwcp otalwep atclwei
Mwcp grsztd grue In 11 that county wa I 1400 1400This 190 190This O
This ThIl claim w WII want alto 11 refereed ree r to th thcounty the thecunt thecount
county cunt auditor auditorThe lulor lulorThe audItorThe
The eounty clerk was Untructrd Intrctrll to tonotify Coott tonotify
notify ott the unt Oregon Orlon Short Line Railroad Railroadcompany Halroill HalroillCOlllnn Railroadromnhlally
company COlllnn to remove rmoyI iu Is fence at a t the thenarrpw th thenarrps
narrpw i Ilrlon portion rtlon of the tht highway at t trw trwPoint I InsPoint
Iurl Point 10lnt of the Mountain aa 11 It I Ii a an anI in 545IitictlOni instruction ¬
struction I ctlon to the th highway and Intl danger dangerous
OUA to travelers travelersCLOSES tf1ler tf1lerOO tniselersOIASES <
CLOSES OO ES T TOMUI1T TOMUI1TPoultry T I iu HI HIPoulry tiiPoultry
Poultry Poulry Show Come Coiiiesto le In nn 11 lliul After AfterA Afer AferA
A Successful tCfe rll Career CareerThe CarecrThe CareerThe
The chicken how closes tonight after aftera
a successful su cetut run rln mm The lhe attendance atendnnc has hasiKen ha hiasbeen
and the theaward fheaward ihnensinrd
been etn better beter than customary customT an
award of prizes prlz natlsfartory ItlItlctor The Hrook Hrookranch Inl1 Ilroolcranich
ranch n1eh people oe were er the most extensive extensiveexhibitors extllIIO extllIIOuhlblor extetmniseexhIbItors
exhibitors uhlblor and they the have Ila thl he credit ctftJlt of ofhaving uChlnl ofioving
having hlnl the largest display dbpla ever given givenby gIvn gIvnL glsenby
by L any on > one exhibitor In this state tlte
TTlbere is Danger Danger111e
4 rn The he Gteatet GteatetDivotsc
1 1DtcsC
Divotsc Views Expressed by b Leading Lcad1IU Mining I1lilg Men JUe1 as to toStormy 10Stormu 0 0Storing
Stormy Explosives b plosies Undetgrciind or Upon flic Ill Surface SurfaceStale SurfaceStall SurfaceSak
Stale Stall Coal Mine Mtlc Inspector Tfoinas Favors Ih t he Latter LatterSonic Lalar LalarS011 LaIcrSoinc
Sonic S011 Strong Opposing Oppo ilU Views
The lh Introduction Introdu lon this week ok In the thelower tImelower I
lower lowe branch brnch of the Legislature of two twobills tohills twobills
bills relating to thu tl lie handling handlnr of ex expliwlvei expllles exphtnslves
pliwlvei pllles and prohibiting llrhlblln the use of ofstorage ofItolge ofstorage
storage Itolge magazines msga11111 underground undergounl In Inmetalliferous In1flltrOUI intnatallifemoue
metalliferous 1flltrOUI mines mlnt has nrojuwl Iro11 a wide widediscussion wll wll118cu wIdeniiscusaloni
discussion 118cu lon among I10ng mining men One Onebill Onl Onehuh
bill ill In by I Representative lelllntntve III Irlnk lijInk Ink and nl the theother theother theother
other by Representative lepr ontate Barrett JOllt The Thelatter Tueinttot 1he 1heIntl
latter Intl bill bil Is tho handiwork hanllwork of State In Inspector Inspector Inshiector ¬
spector of Coal Mines 11n08 Gamer Thomas Thomasnnd qhoniusand homIN homINanls
and anls Is a carefully carltuly drown 1wnlloutl1t 1wnlloutl1thl document documentThe
The hl recent explosion lXIJlolol In tho 1w Daly DalyWest Dal DalWet Ditlylest
West mine at Park City Ciy which reiulled reiulledIn reJullv
In the loss 101 uf 31 llveg 1181 and the destruc destruction telt1c telt1cton niestructhin ¬
thin ton of a 1 i large Jnr amount of property bus busno hlHM hnintno
no doubt doult led to the lie prewmt Irlnt move 1010 In Inthat II III Innlint
that cam eAe the powder pwder magazlno IIlazln was wassituated wasltultNl sinssituated
I situated sltultNl on the lie 1200 foot loyal Infl nnd nndtho 111 aimilthe
tho cause lJlse was 111 as usual UfUIIClreleS8nel tnsuaicureiessnmente tnsuaicureiessnmenteWho carelessness carelessnessWho
Who It I was 8 that was as careless ca lel will wi pro probably hiro1ably ra raabl ¬
bably abl never be hl known ns he was IR swept sweptInto sweptInto nisrehitinto
Into eternity etHul etenmmlt > at tho came Ille time with withhis withhll smithlila
his Innocent fellow felol workmen workmenUTMOST workmlJnur workmenurMos
The he opinions olnlonl of several Ielerul persons pOllOnN whoto whotobuslnetis who sshioeohinslness
buslnetis hlsinel Is mining anti alll who are famil familiar tumllInr fumiimr ¬
iar with the handling hO lng of explosives lXlllOlel lute litnbeen hrHIheon lutebeen
been solicited solClll nnd are 010 herewith heewith given givenand UIcl UIclall glseiianti
and all thuy tho lie > all al agree rlgre on ODD al thinx thllK mvl mvlthat nll nllthat nimIthat
that Is whether wllther powder be bl stored torld un unlrrgrouml UI uminhergroumiti
lrrgrouml lcrgrolll or on tho surfacn Bttaco It Bhould BhouldIn houl houlIn liotnitlin
In every possible pIRIIJlo way bo infcguarded infcguardedFormer 1 pafcguaidedFornier CCjuludell CCjuludelll
Former l trler Congrotwman Conrf ul T I F l Slnglser Slnlstr of ofIdaho otIr1aho ofIdaho
Idaho who Is now operating opertnl the Ameri American ¬
can N an Flag at Park IIk City Clt nnd olll who has had hadover hnrloer hailover
over a quarter funrter of a 1 wmturys fllltlrys experience experienceIn exrlrlllCe exrlrlllCeIn
In mining mlnllK gays that underground undergound mug mugnalnes mugn31nell mugnimmes
nalnes can Iln he HO 1 constructed cllltructt and taken takenenre tllten tlltenfre takenare
are fre of us li to make lake them hem no more Inn dnnIrous dangerous Innporous
porous Irous than thopo on tho surface uftce In Insuch Inlch Insuch
such lch PHPOS np they the should be placed IIJaclll In Inparts InutR Inliorts
parts utR of ft the mine milo ns ni far away as pos possible IOSslhle 105slIde ¬
slIde from where whee the work Is being beingdone beingIllne belnigdonme
done Illne and ant where the lie mine has been beenworked blollorkod beenmorked
worked out Mlmt Is more Important Importantstill Imortalt Imortaltsti
still sti Is the employment 01110ymelt In the earn earnand crl carenrd
and handling handlllr of explosive uplos1u of only onlytrusted onl onlIruste onlytrusted
trusted and oxptrlenwd oxpfrlencl employes un under undr onoier ¬
der dr careful crful supervision If this tlll were werodona wel wereoluno
done time tht danger dun gel would be reduced to u uminimum 11mlnlmu1 iinil
minimum minimumSupt mlnlmu1 nil ml niunn niunnStipt
Supt Hllt W U I Qoodpull aopul of tho doodsell doodsellMining Ooodsel JoodsellMining
Mining rjnllg company CJ pnn Is outspoken OUlfolel and cnn ernplnttc er cnnIiia
plnttc Iiia IO tll tie against underground undllground magazines magazinesand Inlra1lnes Inlra1lnesunl
and unl favors only onl those twse on the surface surfaceUNDEItaitOUND Plrtncc PlrtnccUNmnOHOUND surfaceUNDEI1OIOLhND
Capt I I 11 Tlbbey who for or 47 years cor Inns 1msfollowed hal Innsfollowed
followed tolowod mining ns minor boss bSR fore foreman toro1an tonemoan ¬
man 1an superintendent luperlnlntlont nail manager managerunderground monugerncrJlund nnmnnugerinndengnound
underground ncrJlund and above Cbo ground In Invarious iiisanioins
various 111018 parts nri of tin tl hi world and whose whoseopinion sshmoseopinion hM hMopinIon
opinion Is worth a 1 great ent deal Is out outspoken outroken outeroken
spoken In favor of underground un rKrolnd tnngn tnngnzlreg mlhl mnagn7itog
zlreg 1 e8 and ant CHJH 111 sa > s they thl > should all ni be un underground undlrlrHI mutlergrotinni ¬
derground dlrlrHI and In charge tlue of o ono maim munwho mUl maimsiiio
who neither nelhll mokes nor drinks nor norv norcan norears
v ears nails 101 In his hi shoes Ho should be boio beoln bectoen
io ctoen oln en with wih a 1 special Alltlnl view 111 to lltneMtt lltneMttard mneNSnrd litmiessnrd
nrd should receive rlcelo extra pay 1 Capt CaptTbb CaptTb iit iitThbbsy
Tbb Tb Thbbsy < iy Y says Ma1 tint thlt powder can bo hl kept keptat Icpt IcptII
at II a mOre equable temperature telllcrtue under underground underrJlnd undergrtmnd ¬
ground rJlnd It I should be stored In mnga mngatine mAgatlnp moagaaiae
tine well wel ventilated anti they the > should shouldcoistructed shoulll U Uconstructed
constructed CO ltrrte In crosscuts crOcuts away nWI awin from fromthe tromtt fromIe
the tt Ie active 11 workings The caps cnpl should shouldbr Ihoulll
br 11 > kept at a I distance dlstalc from the powder powderHe powderle
He le does dol not favor old ail men In taking takingcm tnklngnlf
cm cnne nlf of and handling hundlng explosives Inns Innsmrch IlInAmtch biasmvch
mrch as they thlY grow ro careless 10relelA with years yearsRubber yeaIl yearsituhiber
Rubber luhher shoes AhOs should Ihoull be hI worn wor and the thestrictest thlJttctest thetictest
strictest kind of supervision 8UIIIlslnn should I Iexercised IpXercsed be beexerciseil
exercised pXercsed over the powder man manThe lan lanhe mantime
The he captains objections objetons to surface surfacemagazines purflce purflcemnlzlnt surfacemnnguzhnmes
magazines mnlzlnt Is danger tln r by I lightning lightningttlke IIhtnll lighmtninghikes
hikes rtke hoboes holl children hlMln fires freR acci accidental olc ned neddental ¬
dental or Intentional Intentonalllnd and malicious molcloul mis mischief miFlhler nnintchief
chief lhler which nan hl8 caused use several eml disas disastrous 1IRII disastrrug ¬
trous trnUI explosions explClonl which are Rn referred nrnrl1 to tobelow t tblo toPehosn
below He le says r that the thl way WiY maga magazines mal mimagazines ¬
zines zlnls are constructed conttnllll now no thy thly have haveIron haPIrn haveIron
Iron roofs ro II Iron Irn door 01 0011 locks etc all allof nl allof
In Inthey Inse
of IC which attract atrac lightning Ilhtllnl
> 1 se > they tl thmf ar on the thl mirfnce thev thevphnuld thphluld 1mev5hmuid
phnuld hluld be P built bui of o adobe Idoh and have dirt dirtroofti Ilrt Ilrtroor dirtrooti
roofti and wooden odpn doors lluol During Durin all al the themany th thman theman
many man > year llr the tl captain has hind hal charge chargeof chaneIC
of IC mines anti for 17 1 of them he was af in incharge 1 incharge
charge chage of lt the famous 1arrott lrrt mine In InMontana InIontana inMontana
Montana he has hiI never n8tr had an accident accidentfrom nccldentfrom accidentfromn
from explosIves cxploilvewIN
Judge JUIlgt J T MeCnnnell lrnnnrl of the Raven RavenMining Haenlnlnl HavenMining
Mining lnlnl company lUI Il n says 11 the thl construction constructionof cnsrction cnsrctionat
of a magazine malulnf at t their mine was 1 well wellconsidered ivehlconsidered 11
considered conBhllrpl1 and theirs thl11 wa 11 Was built hul In tIntS
ICant iann City CI Mo Io Jan JII 17 jThe The Na Natlonal Natonal Natonal
tonal tonal WoolGrowers flret association Allatlon met methere methm rusthere
here today tuda In annual convention and andmany andmany nd ndInln
tla CnntC
many Inln delegates to th the National Natinal have Uvestock havestock I Itok
stock tok meeting mftng remained ruln over ovr to attend attendIts atend
Its Il s IIOII sessions long Spetrbrnaklnc Sph I kine reports llrtl of ofoitlMif ofI ofoihIoei I
I oitlMif OI N and consideratIon cnehlrton of resolutions resolutionstook ruUOI ruUOItok
took tok up the tle time tme Senator Henato ninocls Jnl I IS ISWarren J l lWarren
Warren nf Wyoming Wlmlll president of the theassociation theI thissasocistinti
I association ualUon delivered olher hl hl hint annual anul ad addiM A address
diM which W lnich was ws followed toloN by the re reports r rprtl meports ¬
ports prtl of the executive eXlutle committee commltt and andthe andthe nd ndtl
the tl treasurer treasurerThe trfluuau trfluuauThf treAsurerThe
The Thf program prlrt Included addresses alldN aa aafollows 88tolo asfollows
follows followsHow tolo follows110w s slow
How low Knowledge l nowledt Pertaining lrulnlnr to the
Ogctens O ns Equanimity Equanimty Disturbed Disturb Because Baus of It ItTroube Trouble Troue in the theStrike theStrike UteStrike
Strike on 0 the Union Pacific PaifI Which Renders RendersCoal RendersCol RendersCoal
Coal Col Shipments Almost Almt impossible Impsble
Ogden OgLen Utah Ulh Jan 17 17Thc Thwe Is If a athit athl1tone Athreatened
thit thl1tone threatened < aten d shortage of coal 01 In Ogden Ogdencaused OJen OJenIUle Ogdencaused
caused IUle by b the fart that tht the Union Ia Pafine Iarlno Iavific
fine strike trl11 renders fndlr It Impossible f fthe tthe fthe
the road ro to move 00 cval Cal from Iti Il it mla mwu at a
I 1
1 I
mature naur of n vault nul In the thtUdeot tide of the Uiemountain tle tlemollntaln theinoiintini
mountain with troodin OOlln doorg lor and 111o only l1
ono man earrl carries the thE l ley leyGlm hey heyOHI1iiANYS < y yQHHMANYS
MlnlrucKnglneer 1Inl Mlninj ICngllllr inginneer D P f Rohlflng Iohlnnl a agraduate I Igladuate agraduate
graduate gladuate of Freiberg FIlheg who has had hadmany hlulmll1 impdminammy
many mll1 years enrs experience eXllerl np ns a I mine man manuger maI mn mnmiger
uger Is II outspoken oUtfllken In favor of surface surfacemagazine sUlfacI surfaceImiagazines
magazine magaIne When Whel reminded Iemlnded of the fact fitctthat tlttha factthat
that t underground undlrllulll storage U II In Vogue vottuttIn ou ouIn
In the mines mine of Germany ormuny he admitted admittedthat acmlted acmltedthat nidnmittedthat
that they th were a success Iueress there th re but butthat butthat butlint
that they were s 81 so hedged hedlel about with withcare w1h w1hcare wijincare
care and Ind such extraordinary oxtrlordlnary supervis supervision lullerv lullervInn ¬
ion was l exercised exrclsel over them thlm amid nnc such suchptnaltlen suohJ suchPenaltIes
PenaltIes J naltel attached RIIChllthlt that the danger cAlger from fromexplosions tlOI frontexpiosionis
explosions xplo lols was practically IItctleal eliminated eliminatedHe elllnltell elllnltellHt
He Ht said luld however hoevtr that what applied olllllel In InGermany IntPnnny inlermitny
Germany tPnnny would woull not apply here hert a ni as it itwould ttwoull itwould
would woull retard and handicap hlnlltclll mining miningAUTHOR Ilnlng IlnlngAUTIOl nminingAtTIiOlt
State Coal oll Mine Inspector lamer flomflrThomas Gomfr GomfrhOnl lamerThoinmis
Thomas hOnl who ho Is the lie author of Repre Representative nelle81l1ttlo ltepreseiitatise ¬
sentative 81l1ttlo llanctts bill bi eays while whie the thelaws theIUWR liiilasss
laws governing govrning the operation olclton of o mln mlnIn mll mllII mimics mimicsiii
In II Utah Ulnllre arc superior to any mini > other state statecan statecan statecimni
can yet et bo Improved Imprlel upon and 111 favors favotsthe taCs taCsth favorstli5
the th surface lllCUCe magazine and says sa > nt the thestorage theMtorage timestorage
storage of powder enough to do fur one oneshift onoshltt oneshift
shift underground ulHlenrOUlllls Is us al bad asthe star starago Itor Itorago storago
ago of o 10000 1000 pounds Ilolntl Ho Is utterly uterl op opposed 011Ilsll opposed ¬
posed Ilsll to underground utltrground magazines magazinesPROTECT magazineslnOIWT niagazinesPROTECT
A gentleman connected with tho Bait BaitLtilto SaltIulu SaitLinhe
Ltilto hardware llrlllre company CUIIun saya 1 thnt thntICI < t tlaw ilaw
law ICI to be effective ettcte should protect both bothIdes bothside bothaides
Ides side There should be certain rule ruleadopted ruleJucpt rtiloatiopteth
adopted ucpt tl with wih reference to the lie handling handlingof hllndlng hllndlngof
of lewder underground unllerHrOnl the violation violationof lolllon lolllonot
of which hlch should bt > punished Ilunlshet He Ie says saysthe 8asthe saystime
the men are better protected under underground underIrou11 underground ¬
ground Irou11 tuna Iln the owners ownrs of the proper property prper prpert troperty ¬
ty t As to surface magazines m811ln lie In Instanced 11 innetminmueti ¬
stanced ftamNl the case of the railway mlwny ware warehouw wnrchouH snarehouse
house which wns WCS destroyed dostroec by b fire re in inIltitte inliutte I IJute
Iltitte Jute Mont six or seven SeVol years eals ago agoPowder lla agoPointer l
Powder lowder sins IS stored In thisWarehouse thisWarehousennd thlll Iarehou varehousealit e I IClll
alit Clll an 1 explosion exploplol reunited rMulell wiping out outthe outthe outthe
the whole fire department tepnrtnwnt and killing killingmany kllllllgIUI killingmnmainy
many IUI others otherl besides besidesCOURTED leAlde leAldelOlHT besldeCOURTED
General Cenerul Manager Moore of the Union UnionPacific UntonInclc UnionPacific
Pacific Coal company ut Ct Rock otk Sprites SpritesFays SJrhlf Sinitnssills j j11R
Fays 11R they the > do not 10t toro any on powder Ilwder In Intheir X Xtheir L Ltheir
their mlne mlnN and favors tlOII surface lurCace mugs mugnzlnes mugRzlne8 mugssines >
zlnes When spoken sJokn to about the ex exPioston x xplosion xlllosion
plosion which hlch occurred ocour ll there 11 1 yoan yoanago otl esui esuiago
ago ho snld It wim caused by two Fin Finlanders 1 Finhaminhers ln ln10111ors
landers 10111ors who whl wero driving past In Inwagon II 1 a asingon t twagon
wagon ant chose dIse the thl door of the mag magnzlne mnl inagname
name nzile In which 1300 130 keys kC1 of poMur poMurwere pUI puccdorwere ur urere
were ere stored 8torCI for n target Of counts countsthere COltrHe COltrHethere coursethere
there want Inl not 10t even IVel a grease greufo spot IPot of ofthem otthem oftlmenn
them left Jett Another accident nClldent wllj wll be re recalled rl recalled ¬
called calel us having hr1JI occurred ecru 1111 In 1STC on Ar Arrenal Arcenal r rlenal
renal lenal Hill I 1 Just outside ut loe this thll cit > in inthat 11 Inthat
that care r12e two boys chose the door for fora to
a target with wih similar slmlnr results resultsIN resuls resulsIN
Tho mining laws lawI of Prussia rru slll provide provideamong proILe proILeImoll providennnoing
among Imoll other things that tmt only reliable reliablemen relohlo relohlomen
men over 21 yearn CUrR can handle hanll powder powderwhich POIIllurwhlrh powderssIilehi
which they the lie > dare luro not approach nplloacb with un unopen unopen I IoJlen
open light IIh t nor may 111 limit they the smoke They Thtyore Th Thnre
ore obliged ohll to go IO barefoot Or wear rub rubber ruhher nillner ¬
her shoes shot or boots hoDs Special powder powderchambers powderchAmher powdercliarnibers
chambers underground underJrond are limited Imltoll 10 1
300 30 kilograms klogrlms nt lt one hoe tlM and thee thctechambers theechum theebtimamniberno
chambers chum her must be VI distant 30 meters metersfrom meterstrom mactensfrom
from each other and at least RO rnete lotll mmneteslromn H Hfrom
from ninnwayv Innwa I Percussion caps cP8 must mustnot mUstnot mustnot
not be kept unlocked nor In the same sameroom Am Amroom samerOOilm
room Alth lh explosives xpJOSIf In every eser Ier > way waytho WI WIthe wn3Pthe
the protection Irottlol to life lte nnd property Is Isso laso isso
so carefully caeul hedged hpI1 about that nocl nocldents nol nolIlent aoclilents
dents Ilent are well wel nigh Impossible ImpossibleHAMUERCIKR Ilposllllo impossibleIIAMIJEItI I IUA
Senator Simon Hamherger Is not at atall atall i ini
all ni vague In his views ns to which In Incurs Incurs ¬ j jcur
curs cur the th greater risk his prejudices en entirely entrel entirely ¬
tirely trel being IJellg In favor of the under underground underrounc underground ¬
ground rounc storing of powder rloWl r He le says saysthnt S1Sthat ca calint
that where the iwwder Is stoied In Inremote a aremote arenmiote
remote Mectlon tton of the mine It Is only onlyvisited onlyvlRIl onlyvIsited
visited vlRIl by b one man who If he ex exercises oxerciles cxenclntes ¬
ercises erciles the tht lie care carl that every eYlr man should shouldalways shouldalways 1 1S1
always use S1 in the handling hnndln of this high highexplosive ImigimtxpiosIse I
explosive the lie risk he runs Is reduced reducedto rllucell rllucellto
to the minimum Mr Ir Ilamberger says saysthere sa8the sayshere
there the Is II always some danger Il lr In the thebundling tinehamiohling I
bundling hal11ln of pointier and anc where It Is Isstored isstored f fstored
stored on the surface surtu < of a amino mine and andwhen Ind Indhpn andwhen
when hpn It I must mUlt be b handled haldle every er day da by bybeing bybeing
being tak taken n Into the mine for each vachshift olch olchIhl eachiiitt I
shift Ihl there theN Is n 1 frequently Cjupntly recurrence recurrenceof rtrurreneo rtrurreneoot
of the danger He I holds thnt the most mostscientific mOlt mOltArentlfc niostscientific
scientific Arentlfc authorities nuthorlte on 01 this question questionfavor queston qmmestionfavor i itavor
favor underground ulllerlrounc storage ftOMAI and cites citesthe cle cletll cItestInt
the tll fact that t the thl DalyWest DRI elt proprietors proprietorshave proprietorhave <
have again tfln placed Jllarl their magazines mfKnzlne un untier undlrrroull ondergroumsd
tier dlrrroull dergroumsd K rim ml nfter a most mott careful and andsdentKk ar11 ar11llpntfie amndstientifie
sdentKk llpntfie Investigation
Sheep And Onl Woolen Wolon Industry both bth h Na National NotonRI Natiiinal ¬
tional tonRI and nti International InterntonRI can Cl be boDrought benrht bellrought
Drought nrht to the th Attention Atenton of Those ThO In Inter Intertet liitenisted
ter tertet tenisted led tfy I Hon lon Prank Frnk P 1 Itennett ItennettRotilon lennett lennettRton Hemmnettflotiton
Rotilon Rton State Stall and Federal Fflerl Inspection InspectionDr InJltJn InJltJnDr
Dr P K Salmon Slmon Washington lhlnton chief of ofthe otthe oftine
the bureau 11IU of animal anlm < 1 Industry > The TheCotswold TheOtwold Theotiwold
Cotswold Otwold Shwp fl 1 I Frank Irnk W Y Harding HardingWisconsin 1 hardingisconain Itl lag
Wisconsin IIGntn Mutual lutuallntPr1 Interests of Wool WoolGrower Wo SeolIromitra
I Orw1 Grower and Wool Wol ool Manufactuters S SI I SI
I 1 North oth Ilotiton HenefltH 1nI tl to t be b De Derived D Ierlsed ¬
rived I from trm Organization OrJnltln and an Coopera Cooperation CG r ¬
tin ttn HonTense lon lien Jesse TII M l Smith Sfth Utah 11ah The TheSbeep The5lneep h
Sbeep 1hfp that Iblt Produce IrUl 100 10 Per llr Cent Pine PineIVlalne Pn ine ineDelaine
IVlalne Ialn Wool 01 L I L f Harsh lalh Mlclilwn MlclilwnTran MiclilianTransportation lcllpn lcllpnTrlnfvrUlon
Tran TrlnfvrUlon Transportation port tlon of Livestock II4IOk to Mar Market Ma Market ¬
I ket K I F I Huller Uull Idaho and n Coop Cooperative Ceeperatlve Coopertive ¬
erative Ohio Wool Selling Selng Joseph JOII K Wing WingOhio WtngOhio VlnngOhIo
formerly and nn the output of the Hie HieGrand Ro RoOra llioCriind
Grand Ora to K great t extent U I contracted contractedby entrCl1
by 1 the Southern Sothpr Pacific llre anti corns cornsttade Nal Naltaep coasttrade
trade taep The railroads ralrdll have hal employed employeddtertlves emplop1dtth18 employeddtectlves
dtertlves dtth18 to 0 patrol the yards ars here hereQ atf atfa a aa
a protection fotecUon against l alDtt too coa coal thieve tblee
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