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11 Twentyfive Vessels Known to be
Braving Their Fury and Seek
ing Home Ports on Last Trip
Telegraph Scrlcc Badly Demoralized
In Western Pennsylvania Sev
eral Deaths Reported
Cleveland Dec 13Ylth 23 vessels
today braving the gales and Ice of the
Great Lukes nearly all on their last
trip the shipping season of 1909 Is
I practically at an end It Is believed
that within 24 hours the lakes will be
t cleared of boats and that the end of
tho wrecks and Iocs of life Is at
hand Only one boat now Is known to
be In peril That Is the car ferry As
1 tubula which Is on a sand bar at tho
entrance to the harbor at Port Burwell
A heavy sea Is raging and there Is
danger bat the boat will go to pieces
There Is not considered to be any
danger for the crew of 31 on board her
as they are near shore and can be
rescued If nccessar
Of the 58 sailors drowned on Lake
Erie last week only nine bodies have
been found Theso were picked up In
a yawl off Erie Pa yesterday all
being from the car ferry Bessmer and
Marquette No2
Because of the heavy seas no effort
Is being made today by Cleveland
boats to find the bodies of the missing
from tho steamer Clarion and the car
Chicago Dec 1An extensive storm
covering ull tho districts cast of the
Rocky mountains centered a In the
Ohio valley and hampered tho trans
mission of messages by telegraph com
panies The greater part of tho dam
age wan In the eastern districts where
elect freezing as It struck the wires
put many lines out of commission East
of Plttaburg communication was con
tinued with difficulty and the telegraph
service was almost completely prostrat
In spite of the storm centering over
Indiana and Ohio the Great Lakes aie
practically little disturbed the precipi
tation being snow Instead of freezing
PHtsburg DeoJ3 Anovero sleet and
windstorm crippled wire communica
tion east of this city today Already
sevcral deaths have been reported from
western Pennsylvania and the damage
Is expected to be heavy
From 9 oclock until nearly noon It
was almost Impossible to get through
to lila cast by wire After that tmr
however a few wires were brought Into
some kind of working order
The telegraph companies entertain
hopes gettinG back to normal condi
tion J by nightfall or tomorrow morn
Ing at the latest
The center of tho storm apparently
wan In the Allegheny mountains In
that vicinity the heavy snow sleet and
wind were of great violence
Wires fences and barns were leveled
At Ebensburg Lathrobe and Greens
burg deaths are said to have occurred
from the wind and cold
Chicago Dec 13 Hobart M Cubic
president of tho Hobart M Cable Piano
company died yesterday after oa prolong
ed lUncns The funeral will bo held this
afternoon under tho direction of the Mn
KOnie order at his old homo In Wal
ton N Y
Mr Cable was born In 1S10 the eldest
of three brothers who came to Chicago
at dllforcnt times and became prominent
In manufacture of organs and
Washington Del Extension of
American citizenship to Porto Ricans
who desire It and without forcing It
upon those who do not Is recommend
ed by Gen Clarence R Edwards chief
of the bureau of Insular affairs In his
annual report made public today
Imciitoi of the Flr > t Automatic
Grain Hinder
Chicago Dec o1f Charles tD WithlnK
loh Inventor of the drat automatic
grain blnilcr and known as the Father
of the Grain Binding Industry died
lat evening at his residence In Jnncs
vllle WIs He was burn In Mlddlcbuiy
now Akron 0 In If30 and settled In
JfnoBVillc C2 year IIRO Wlthlnglon be
gao to experiment In the curly sixties
Hlonf the line of nn Improved grain
binder In 1S70 he obtained a patent for
fin mention which has revolutionized
fd ncrlcuHurnl industry In 1S74 he
f Irc6
Mid Ito patent lo Cyrus H McCormlck
of Chicago From thin time until ISI
he was associated In business with the
JlcOormlckK and he did speCial cxperl
mental work for the McCormick Inter
Cthl In hit xlinp at Jnncsvlllc In the 10
years following
lie left n Willow and three dniuttors
The clnuKhtcrs Arc Mrs Herman K Hick
or Chicago ira Norman V Church of
Los Ancoles ami Mrs Harry F Murtyn
of London EnRlnnd
Sorry for lIonIeIIWiIo Think Ballot i
Will Make Them Free i
NMV Yoik Dec 13Emma Goldman i
Is sorry for the poor deluded women I
who Imagine that the ballol will make
them free She said HO In about 10000
For the
Christmas News
Quins to the crush which at
tends the publication of the
Clirlitnms News local adertls
ors arc respectfully requested to
furnish copy Intended for that
edition NO UVTKIl THAN
words of Impassioned oratory Over
and over again sho was interrupted by
thunderous applause but there was
no other demonstration on the part of
the audience of 600 pe rscons
The real trouble with woman Miss
Goldman explained la that sho still Is
a fetich worshiper and believes her
idols can cure all ills
The ladles who want to vote Miss
Goldman went on are fond of telling
us what great things have been accom
plished In the states where woman
vote They point especially to Colo
lado Well I have been to Colorado
myself and I am afraid I cant agree
with them
WlnstcdConnOcc l3Atter spend
ing to years as a life prisoner in the
Connecticut state prison at Wethers
vlllc John Warren 71 years old IB ex
pecting his freedom as a Christmas
gift Two of Warrens brothers are
said to have received assurances that
his appeal will be granted this week
Warren was sentenced to life Impris
onment In 1858 for killing his 18year
old wife by holding her head under
water of a brook
London Dec 13A St Petersburg
respondent says wholesale arrests of
prominent persons have been made there
and at Moscow The police raided nu
nicroui dwellings and says they found
many compromising documents and much
seditious correspondence
The persons arrested Include Prof
Snkawloft of St Petersburg university
M Schlptshlnsky and 12 guests found In
his house Mmes Kusova and Repjavo
the well known novellstte and editors of
the magazine Byloje
New York Dec Organizers have
begun work In this city to recruit
members for an international union of
stenographers and typewriters The
organizers say that there are 500000
stenographers and typewriters in the
United States and Canada eligible for
their union the principal object of
which will be to bring about uniform
ity In wages
Washington Dec 13Thc president
today nominated Horace H Lurton
Tennessee to be an associate Justice
of the supreme court ot the United
Judge Lurton Is a Tennessee man
and was appointed Judge of the Sixth
circuit by President Cleveland March
27 1893 He was a Democrat In pol
itics at that time a
President Taft was himself a Judge
of the Sixth circuit at the time he was
appointed governor of tho Philippines
In 1833 and It was his association with
Judge Lurton that gave him such a
high opinion of the legal qualifications
of the Tennessee Jurist
Trained Hunters Employed In Oregon
Forest Reserves to Destroy Them
i Special to The News
Portland Or Dpc 13 BUler waifaro
Is to be waged against predatory wild
tnlmals In the Pacific northwest by the
National forest service which has just
made an appropriation of 1350 for hir
ing professional hunters for this section
of the country This amount has been
allotted to the Wallowa Whitman Mal
hear Fremont Umatllla and Dcsohutcs
national forests In Oregon and tho
Wensha and Wenntchce national for I
ests In Washington
The object of securing hunters Is
not only to protect stock grazing on the
forest reserves under permit but to
safeguard game animals such as Jeer
elk and mountain sheep as well as
game birds Cougar lynx and other
predatory animals thrive In the na
tional forests and are today a great
menace to the growth of game herds
Cougar and lynx are regarded as a
greater menace to game than are hunt
ers and elk calves and the young of
other animals arc the prey of tho
savage wildcats
Eight professional hunters have boon I
employed the national forests of tho I
state at Intervals during the past year I
and they have killed a total of 501 coy
otes 21 bears 8 wolves 21 wildcats and
3 lynx Not only has the destruction
of these animals by the government
hunters been a great saving to the
stockmen but to farmers living near
the national forests whose poultry and
domestic stock suffer from the raids of
wild animals
Westbury N Y Dec 13 Robert
Bacon mbas5adordc8In ate to
France has postponed his departure
for Paris until late In December on ac
count of the Injuries which he received
In a fall from his horse lost Thanks
giving day
Mr Bacon was obliged to sumbit to
a slight operation last week after an
Xray had disclosed the existence a
splinter on his collarbone
The picture also showed that four
ribs were broken In the fall Mr Ba
con Is Improving rapidly and expects
to be entirely recovered In about n
Trenton N J Dec 13The cost of
living In New Jersey has gone up 37
per cent In the past 10 years accord
Ing to Chief W C Garrison of the
state bureau of statistics His figures
moreover do not take any luxuries into
account but are based merely on the
prices of actual necessities Mr Gar
rison purchased goods In all parts of
tile state and took his data from the
cost of a test bill of household neces
Wlllird hansen Hlate food and dairy
commissIoner hai discovered that a ma
jority of locnl retail merchants have
been selling oleomnrgcrln In place of
butter without taking out a license for
tile name Mr Hanson secured tho
name of retail dealersfrom n wholesale
house In the city nail slated this raorn
J O that ho proposed lo take action
n them and compel them to com
ply with the law S
The buildings nnd grounds commit
tee of the city board of education la
meeting at 230 oclock this afternoon
to prepare reports t b submltled at
the regular meeting on Tuesday night
The members of the committee on
teachers nnd school work will meet at
purpose 130 oclock this atterjiooifOr the same
Unsparing in His Denunciation
Terming Him One r the
Criminals of the Age
Most Despicable Figure That HIS Ever
Appeared Among Central Ameri
can Impostors and Usurpers
Washington Dec 13 Speaking to his
resolution offered In the senate lost Fri
diy authorizing the president of the
United States to take all necessary
stepa to apprehend President Zelaya ot
Nlcnraguo and bring him to trial on a
charge of murder of Grace and Cannon
the Americans recently executed In Nc
amgtta Senator Rayncr of Maryland
today addressed the senate at length
Senator Rayners speech stirring and
denunciatory In tone and characterized
by dramatic fervor was an unsparing
arralgnmen of Zelnya whom ho desig
nated a one of the criminals of the
What I am concerned In tow said
Senator Raynor Is not the question of
the belligerent rights of the revolution
ists or In cape of their success their
recognition either as the defacto or the
dcjure government but In tho speedy
apprehension and punishment of Ze
This desperado Is everything the sec
retary of state says about him and a
geat deal mOro I the country know
what Is known In official circles In ref
erence to his general depravity It would
regard the secretarys communication
as exceedingly temperate
I have watched for years the
revolutionary history of Central
America and am familiar with the
career of 1 great many of the im
posters and usurpers and the grotes
que and motloy leaders that have
sprung from their chaotic Institutions
but Zolaya Is probably the most des
picable figure that has ever been In
their midst
I ho were simply a highwayman
wc might identify him if he were
simply a tyrant who oppressed the
people for the purpose of robbing
them we might particularize him
If ho wero a usurper who was only
holding on to power so long as there
was any money In the treasury to
steal or any further territory that
ho could sack for private plunder we I
could assign him a proper place In the
ranks of some of his predecessors and
It he were purely an assassin who
re rded murder ns legitimate pro
fession lhroush rtrtBHTh3neotrlfr > do
spoil hit victims of their possessions
until the time come for him to lice
from the hands of retributive Justice
It would be easy also for anyone
acquainted with the political history
of Nicaragua t classify him
He Is however all of these things
combined In the school of corrup
tion dishonor perlldlly and crime he
viands without 1 peer and exhibits In
one glow of associated harmony the
pride of every model and the perfec
tion of every master
I have been reliably Informed that
the vices or his private life are more
Infamous in their indescribable details
than the Iniquities of his public career
Such a creature as this deserves the
execration of mankind
Now as to the culminating Infamy
of his administration trampling upon
every instinct of humanly violation
ot unversal law In defiance of those
precepts of the International code that
have been recognized ever since the
night of barbarism receded before thu
rays of civilization he has put to tor
ture and then to death two American
citizens who were not guilty of trea
son who rew not spies but oet
had captured as prisoners of war in
the army of the revolutionists
This act was not only the act of a
lend but was an Insult la the honor
of this republic and cannot remain un
It Is absolutely preposterous for us
to talk about Indemnity Indemnity is
no recompense for murder I Is said
we ought to break off official communi
cation with Ms accredited representa
tives We have already done that and
that amounts to nothing and 11 mat
ter of absolute unconcern to him
Then It is said we ought to declare
war against Nicaragua I think that
Is unnecessary
This government Is a cowardly gov
ernment If It does not make a example
of Zelaya before the eyes of the civilized
world This case will not admit of any
trlnnR or concessions I two Amen
can citizens have been murdered by
Zelaya thou lie must be made to pay
tho penalty of his crime
Once spread before the American
people the details of the execution and
our people will rise in arms and demand
retribution They have not yet fully
absorbed the significance of this deed
l Zelaya had the right to sentence
there men to death and execute them
In cold blood then we must acknowl
edge that right and recognize it before
the nations of the world
If he did not have that right this
government Is his accuser and If ho Is
guilty he must b awarded the doom
and fate that he deserves so that every
tyrant on this earth In every national
ity under the fun and In every govern
ment large or email and especially
these dictators In several of these Cen
tral American states who have received
every favor and consideration at the
hands of tho United States to whom
has been extonded tho official hospital
ity of our land and who in rettifn
therefor havo exhibited to ua at times
tho bitterest hatred and visited upon
jour citizens the mOlt cruel Indignities
and outrages shall be told once and for
ever that our flag follows our citizens
wherever they g and that when an as
sassination like this occurs tho male
factor must take his place like any
other culprit at the bar of criminal
Justice and must answer for tho deed
with his liberty or his life
The resolution which he offered was
not n declaration of war said Senator
Raynor He desired his resolution be
considered a separate proportion from
any action that might he taken with
reference to the state of government
In Nlc
existing Nicaragua
San Salvador Salvador Dec 13 Tho
reign of terror continues at Managua 1
the capital of Nicaragua President
t v
To the author of Tho Paradise
Quest Mrs Amelia Beckwlth Out
roll 432 Third East trtha icon
awarded the prize of 25 for the
best poem submitted In the Christ
mas News poem contest This makes
the third time Mrs Gatrcll has se
cured the prize
The poem without the envelope
containing the true name of the
author reached the committee oC
judges two weeks ago Following
the announcement In Satuidaya
News Mrs Gatrell this morning
called at Tho News office with a
duplicate copy of the poem and es
tablished Identity of authorship
Official Bulletin Says Unless Im
mediate Change Oc urs an
Operation Necessary
Brussels Dec 13Klng Leopold
was reported as dying today but the
report lacked confirmation
I Is known that his majesty has
cached a critical stage but death
may not be at hand
A consultation of physlcans was
held this morning when It was decid
ed that If there was no change for
the better by tomorrow an operation
would be performed Another con
sultation will be held tonight
Following the consultation this bul
letin was Issued
Although the night was passed
calmly the kings condition Is not Im
proved Unless an Immediate change
occurs an operation will be necessary
Royal Chaplain Lackln remains at
the palace prepared to administer tho
last sacraments
The king slept Intermittently lat
night During one period of wakeful
ness he sent for his private secretary
Baron Gofflnct who remained sev
eral moments In the chamber Im
mediately following this mornings con
sultation the king summoned his
lawyer and a notary with whom he
had a prolonged Interview presum
ably relative to his will Subsequent
ly he received the papal nuncio who
brought the benediction of the holy
fathc and the Spanish minister The
mayor of Brussels came to the castle
as the bcarer of the good wishes of I
thopeople o BpissoUand to express I
the popular hope that his mafesty
would recover but the king was too
tired to receive him
King Leopolds mind remains clear
and ho Insists on talking about af
fairs of Btatc
This afternoon he summoned his
youngest daughter the Princess Cle
New York Dec 13J Richards of De
troit and James Wlngfleld of Lexing
ton Ky two American Jockeys who
have been riding In Runsla are back In
New York for tho winter Wlngfleld
who Is said to have made nearly 100000
by his work In the saddle will ride next
ski year at Warsaw for Prince Lonhpmlr
Richard last season wore the colors of
Laznroff the Russia oil magnate Next
year he will ride for Count Palm or
G lmnn
John S Bransford is to be tho head
of tho cityadministration for two years
at least according to the bond which
was filed at the City and County build
ing this morning I was for 5000 and
was signed by Ezra Thompson and J
C Lynch the same names which ap
peared on a similar Instrument two
years ago Ben S Rlvosalso contribut
ed n bond in the same amount called
forth by his election to tho position of
city recorder I was given by the
American Surety company
Zelaya Is ruling with a hand of Ir6n
Political offenders real and sus
pected crowd tho Jails The govern
ments nlolwanco for the food of
these prisoners Is absurdly small and
as a result many are half starved
The routine of their prison existence
la broken by beatings which the au
thorities order from time to time I for
such of the prisoners as have gained
the displeasure of the ruling power
The men in chains number several
Berlin Dec 13J W Pain Mlcara
guon consul general at Berlin today
Issued ingTho a statement to the public say
Tho whole of Nlclragua has Judged
the treason of Estrada and has de
clared for President Zelaya Some of
tho revolutonar leaders have al
ready left Estradas Hag and sought
safety abroad The government troops
will quickly restore order
That the United States should rec
ognize the rebels as belligerents Ib un
thinkable because tho United States has
engaged by treaty with the Central
American states to refuse to recognize
any movement to attain power through
Dr Salvador Cnstrillo the Wash
ington agent of Eslrada has Indeed ex
pressed the desire for such recognition
but the dea is laughable The revolt
Is now localized being limited to a few
places on the cast coast
Generally litr Toniglitanml
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Maple Hall Burned to the Ground
Yesterday Entailing Big
None of Them Seriously Hurt Many
llad to bo Aw akcncd From Their
Slumber hi Doomed Bidldlng
Special to Tho News
Park City Dec l3Flre which
threatened to again wlpo out tho
heart of the city here yesterday after
noon resulted In five men being In
I jured slightly the thrilling escape of
one man from the burning building
the complete destruction of Maple
hall used as a hotel and business
block and the destruction of other
buildings furniture and clothing to
the extent of Hj700
John C Hayes lessee of rooming
house severely shaken by dropping
from sign on second lloor Taken to
Robert Hanlcy miner burned about
face and hands while endeavoring to
save his effects Taken to hospital
N K Watkins miner burned about
face and hands In trying to save his
William Collins delivery man artery
cut In right hand by coming In con
tiact with broken glass Taken to hos
pital operated on this morning
James Lowney miner face and
hands burned Taken to hospital Re
turned home later
The buildings which were damaged
other losses and the amount of Insur
ance were as follows
Maple Hal owned by tho Salt Lake
Security Trust company of Salt
Lake loss 7600 Insurance 3000
John and Charles Shields two build
logs loss 3000 Insurance 1000
Fisher Brewing company saloon fix
tures loss 3000 Insurance 10000
John C Hayes lessee of rooming
house furniture loss 3000 no In
W R Jaffords confectionery store
loss 1000 no insurance
Joseph Jaffords saloon loss 1000
no Insurance
Campbell Hanson saloon loss
1000 no insurance
Idlonmn Co fixtures loss 2800
no Insurance
Senat atl northof Maple Hall
loss 1000 no Insurance
W H Miller dance hal in Maple
Hall loss SOO no Insurance
Personal effects of guests at Maple
Hall loss 2000 no Insurance
For a time after tile lire stalled at
530 oclock yesterday afternoon It
seemed certain that there would be a
repetition of the disaster of 1S9S when
the heart of the city was wiped out by
0 fire which began but a few dooms
from the present one Soon after the
fire department arrived there were fully
2000 persons standing In the street al
though the temperature was below
The fire started In the boiler room
of the Maple hal building Main street
between Third and Fourth streets I
did not take long after the fire started
for the building to be totally destroyed
At the time the fire started there weroa
number of guests on the top floor ol the
building which was used as a hotel
Many of those wore employed at night
and had to be awakened As a result
some of them made their escape to the
street clad In only night apparel Al
though a number of people were hurt
no one was seriously injured
Maple Hall was 1 threestory fnune
building used as an office store build
ing and hotel On account of the slope
of the hill at the back the building was
practically four stories high The top
floor was leased to Mr and Mrs John
C Hayes who conducted a hotel The
second hoer of the building was occu
pied by Frank Fountain as a jewelry
store On the first floor was a saloon
run by Campbell and Hanson and In
the basement W H Miller had a danco
There arc a number of theories
heard in Park City today as to the
cause of the fire Some believe that the
furnace In the boiler room was filled
with coal and that filling with gas It
exploded and started tho fire Another
theory Is that hot ashes or coals ten
upon waste and from that ran up one
of the woolen partitions I Is asserted
that the boiler room was poorly con
structed and tho chimneys might have
been the cause of the fire
Among the first to appear at tho fro
wn W II MJller Ho was In a sa
loon 0 few doors away when someone
railed to him that his place was on
lire Ho ran to the place and with the
assistance of several other men at
tempted to remove his piano Tho In
strument had Just been started toward
the door when the partition between the
boiler room and tho basement burst
boier anl
Into the dance hall The flood of flames
shot up between the partitions and
wore roaring to the top floor
The men dropped the piano and ran to
the top floor to get the people out I
was while engaged tit this that several
wero Injured Some of those who had
been engaged In night work and were
asleep were awakened with considera
ble difficulty Everyone got out of the
building safely although no clothing or
valuables belonging to the guests were
Fire Marshal George W Morris was
on the scene early and on account
the good work accomplished by the
firemen the city was saved from a
heavy loss As It was four buildings
wore destroyed To the north of Maple
pie hall were two buildings a notion
store and saloon and t the south wan
the Jafford saloon which was de
J P Langford manager of the Min
ers hospital and secretary of the Min
ers union wasted no time In having
all persons Injured taken to the hos
pital tit once
About the only person to save any
thing in Maple hal was Frank Foun I
tain As soon as the Jeweler heard
the fir roaring below he throw all his
most valuable Jewelry Into a case and
shoved It out of the window
case being unusually heavy did not
break and the valuables were easily
cared for
The most thrilling experience was
that of John C Hayes He stayed In
the hotel until the last guest had gone
and then reached the second floor
Finding that escape was cut off there
ho climbed out on the electric sign
In front While the firemen and spec
tators sere getting a matress for him
to drop on he decided to let go He
dropped to the hard Icy pavement
and a a result was badly shaken up
Ho was taken to the hospital and will
bo out in a few days
Robert Hanley was one of tho last
roomers to leave the place and his
hands and face were burned In so do
IngWhile 0
While endeavoring to save his trunk
which was In tho hall way N K
WatkIns a miner was quite severely
burned about the hands and face
Tho most severely Injured was Wil
liam Collins a delivery man for tho
Park City Delivery company While
posting he noticed the fire and started
In to help take what could be saved
out of the building Ho ran down the
hall nil was soon almost blinded
In the dense smoke In reaching about
he ran his hand through n window
The breaking class cut his right ar
tery ant he lost considerable blood
Ho was taken to the hospital where
the injured wrist was operated upon
this morning uIon
I was reported here today that two
Swedish women guests at the hotel
Jumped from the window In the rear
but no confirmation of this can be se
The 16 members of the Corlanton
company were guests at tho Maple
hal but luckily beat the fire by two
3nda half hours The members of
the company had left the hotel at
3 oclock In the afternoon
In 1S98 Park City was visited with
the worst fire in Us history At that
time the fire was caused by lighting
a fire In a range by means of coal
oil I started In a hotel In the Har
rington building which was conduct
ed by Harry Freeman This was five
doors north of where the Maple hall
b ldlnC stood At that time 40 busi
ness houses were destroyed as well
as 150 dwellings I
o I
Dr Voting Shows Them Seriousness of
State Veterinarian A C Young has
returned from the Kellon country I
where he went to Inspect the sheep
herds there In general and the buck
herd of Kuchlcr Fell In particular
He found on tho train several big
sheepmen from Ogden who had not
believed In the reports about necro
baclllosls and held the danger was ex
aggerated Dr Young to convince
them of the serious character ot the
situation persuaded them to Inspect
the affected herds with him They
then found the sick animals In such n
dreadful condition that they were per
suaded they were wrong and are now I
ready to cooperate heartily with the
state in the elimination of the disease
About 60 per cent of the buck herd has
been affected and where Dr Young
found insufficient means being taken to
fight the necrobaclllosls he has ordered
tho sick animals killed The loss Is
likely to prove very heavy
Dr Young and Secretary C B Stew
arc of the Utah AVoolgrowera associa
tion will make southern tour next
week through tho south country to
urge the sheepmen to unite their ener
gies with the association in fighting 1
the disease Dr Young wants tin
sheepmen to join the association far
their own good and authorize the ftp
polntment of Inspectors to cover the
state to advise with growers This will
have to be done by private means as
the state has appropriated no monej
or the purpose Unless active meas
ures are taken the doctor says sheep
owners In the spring are likely to find
their animals quarantined when thu
time comes for marketing and thl
may mean ruin for many of them
Something has got to bo done and dono
right away
Meets Tuesday Nislu lo Consldci
Many Important Matters
The city board of education meets
Tuesday night to discuss several Im
portant subjects The final steps will
be taken by the members for the call
Ing of a special school bond election on
Jan P 1910 and the amount will bo
probably Increased from 500000 to
750000 After discussing the mater II
has been practically decided that 500
000 will not be sufficient and an amend
ment will be offered to tho resolution to
increase the issue 250000
As the result of the death of 11 J
Cheesman board member from the Sec
ond precinct a now member will have
to b appointed A G Glauciuc his
colleague from tIme Second will make
the appointment Mr Glauquc has not
yet announced Iho name of his choice
B F Redman has been mentioned a
Mr Cheesmans successor by a num
ber of people In the Second precinct
George M Bridwclla resignation as
superintendent of buildings and
grounds took effect D 1 The board
will probably hold 0 special session
rhursday to look over the applications
and appoint a superintendent of the
City JIuninno Ofilccr to be Numbered
Amon the Politically Dead
Dr A S Kendall tho city humane
officer will lose his official position In
the near future and I A Mercor who
Is now connected with tIme clU treasur
ers office will probably be appointed In
his place Since Dr Kendall watt ap
poInted he has shown up at his office
In the city and county building about once
Kendalls private practise has tuken too
much of his time and tho horse and
buggy which ho II allowed by tho city
has been used to attend to his own busi
ness It is charged Kendal b an of
fice at a livery stable In Salt Lake but
lce can seldom bo round there Tho hu
mane ordinances have not been enforced
mid he has not reported to the council
In two years what ho ha accomplished
From all appearances ho has nolnlig to
r °
Mr Morcer IIOH a mptoreyclo timid It Is
proposed by Mayor Bransford to have
the humane ordinances enforced Mercer
will use his machine in Investigating
cases which are reported dilly but re
sult In nothing because thcl present hu
mane officer cannot be found Kendal
has hail several side Jobs slue ho b
came a city official one of them being
veterinary at tho recent raco meet
Thomas Borden 11 years old and James
Brooks 12 years old who escaped from
the detention homo Saturday night were
captured thIs morning by Probation Of
fleer Charles S Sperry whim tlmiy wero
attempting to board a freight train for
Los Angeles The bays slept Sunday
htArgU the pressroom lotllU Hiiuld
Republican Tnoy were arraigned before
Judge Alexander McManter of the jUt
lie court and committed to tho state
Industrial school Tljoy were taken to
Ogden this afternoon j
Gompers Says Federation Wants
To Help Amalgamated Asso I I i I
cition of Tinplate Workers i
Gathering at Pittsburp Will Discuss I
Them ant Grievance of Many
Laboring Bodies I I i
Pittsburgh Pa Dec 11We are de t I
sirous of helping the Amalgamated
Association of Iron Steel and Tinplato
Workers In this contest with the Unit I
ed States Steel corporation and will
do all within our power to that end I
That was about ns far as Samuel
Gompers president of tho American
Federation ot Labor who Is here for
the conference today on the strike
situation would go when asked for a
statement relative to what It was I i
proposed to do I i
He said that the question had been I
considered carefully by tho American I
Federation of Labor and that tho ex I
ecutive officers of all the International
unions affiliated with the federation
had been requested by resolutions
adopted at the Toronto conference
last month to meet In Plttsburg to see I
what could b done to help the Amal I
There are about 150 delegates here
nnd Mr Gompers said that It would
not be right for him to discuss tho
plane until after they had been pre i
sented to the conference
The eyes of organized labor are
turned towards this city where an
Important conference national la
bor leaders began today under the
auspices of the American Federation of I J
Labor > I
Samuel Gompers president of the fed i
eration presided while the IM dele I 1
gates represented the various organiza
tions affiliated with that body I
Primarily called for the purpose of t
considering the attitude of the United I
States Steel corporation towards or
ganised labor especially tho open t
shop order issued five months
ago j
which has resulted Jn a strike of the
Amalgamated Association of Iron Steel l
and Tin Workers the opportunity will
be taken to discuss other vital ques i
tions I I
The switchmens strike In the north 1
west the Impending strike of Big Four 1 i I
railroad telegraphers the lockout of
glass bottlo blowers and a number of
other matter will be considered I f
The Finish Is Not Yet but Soon but
Ho Ts In Jan
Fred Llewellln a miner who spent
all his money In Alta to keep warm
was affected so by the cold alter his II
spree that he decided to start some
thing which would get him about 90
days In the county Jail warm and
comfortable where he could spend the
remainder of the winter He succeeded
In getting out of Alta which Is almost
snowbound and the rest Is noW up to
Justice F M Bishop
When Llowellln found his pockets
empty out of employment no meal
ticket and the cold clutching at his
heart he walked Into the Columbus
Consolidated boarding hoiac and asked
for food I was denied him and then
ho declared I will start something
then that will get me In Jail for the winter
He did In the first place hp attacked
Latho Penrod chasing him out of the
place Then David Ponrod I brother
attempted to interfere and he was
driven out of the house A O Jacob
son was awakened by the fight and
with the assistance of others almost
started a snow slide by heaving
Llewellin out of the boarding house
down the mountain side Llewollfn lay
In a snow drift until Deputy Sheriff
Al Pausch took him Into custody and
brought him to Salt Lake this morning
Llewellln Is willing to plead gui In
disturbing the peace and take the
Chaplain JoInt T Ax ton of the Eigh ii I
teenth Infantry is In much demand
as l speaker this winter Ho gave a I
very interesting lecture Sunday after j
noon at the Y M C A on The Pres I
ent Day Problems of tho Filipino and
tho Moro Illustrated with a stereop
llcon Tho chaplain said the history of
this people extends back to the tIme
when Magellan traveled around thu
globe and was finally killed In the
Philippines 1O years before the settle
ment of Plymouth colony The Manila
city wall Is being rapidly torn down
under the march of civilization lImp
city having now n population of 40000
while 12000 Americans have taken up
homesteads out In the country The
wealth of the Islands In forests will
more than pay their purchase price
and many Americans aro engaged In
local lumbering Talk about Philippine
Independence has no basis In faet3
tho United States Is bettor able to care
for tho Islands than any onoe else ho
Have you an ab
sent friend inter
ested in U tah or
I so send him or her
Saturday Dec 18

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