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EARTHQUAKE SWAYS SWAY SWAYSharp SWAYSBIG SWAYSBIGr BIG BIGwY
wY r BUILDINGS OF SAt SALTLAKE SALTLAKESharp T LA E ESharp
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Sharp Shock Yesterday Y esterdayAf Afternoon et 1 on Creates a ScareBut Scare SqareButOoes ScareBut
But ButOoes Does No Damage Dam ge in in the City GityReports CityReportsFrom CityReportsFrom
Reports ReportsFrom From Southern Part of State Indicate That Tremor Was WasViolent WasViolentand WasVioIentand
Violent Violentand and People Were Badly BadlyFrightened BadlyFrightenedSpecial Frightened FrightenedSpecial
4 + + + + + + k + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
4 Special to The Herald HeraldSt 4 4Si
+ St George Utah Nov 17 1iToday Today at three mInutes to 1 oclock oc occurred 4 4curred +
4 curred the th severest earthquake ever experienced here There Th re were in inall InaU Inall +
+ all nine shocks all being over by b 130 The first shock was very severe severeshaking + 4shaking
4 shaking down chimneys and in some cases being so violent that pic pictures plctures + 4tures
+ tures hanging on the walls were turned around with face to tothe the wall wallThe 4The +
4 The new school building was so shaken up that the ceilings were cracked crackedand crackedand 4 4andshattered +
+ + andshattered and shattered and all the Dlaster fell down downThe downThe 4 4The
+ The panic there was so great that thatthe the children ran pellmell from rom the thebuUdlng + 4building
1 + building The teachers losing all control of the pupils rushed to the thehead thehead 4 4head +
+ + head of the stairs endeavoring to save them from falling headlong in Intheir 4 4their +
4 their wild panic p nfc and being trampled to death One little girl fainted faintedand faintedand + 4and
+ + and was carried out by one of the big boys The shocks continuing contlnuingschool continuingschool 4 4school +
+ school was adjourned for the day dayReports dayReports 4Reports +
+ Reports from the Santa Clara west Of here say that not a chimney chImneyrem chimneyremhins + 4remains
+ remains rem 1ns standing One house in Pine valley is ruined During the theshocks Uteshocks +
+ 4 shocks clouds of dust rase just north of of here rocks rolled from the hills hillsbuildIngs + 4buildings
4 buildings shook as with the ague clerks ran from fromthe the stores women ran rantrom + 4from
4 from the louses with their children in their t elr arms rms and confusion reigned reignedsupreme reignedsupreme + 4supreme
+ supreme supremeThe + 4The
+ 1 The tower of the temple oscillated ten inches at its topand top and it is isf isf + 4feared
f + feared that the spire on the tabernacle is shaken from its perpendicular perpendicularMore 5erpendicu1arMore +
t + More and heavier shocks are predicted tonight tonfghtL +
I L I A A L L ALLAA A L I I 1 J k L k k 4 k
SALT C ALT LAKE CITY and other districts districtsoC i iof
of Utah were shaken yesterday by a asevere dosevere asevere
severe earthquake No lives werelost wereost were wereiost
lost but panics were created among amon the thepeople thepeople thepople
people in outside cities of the state anu anuconsiderable anuonslderable anticonsiderable
considerable damage was done In this thiscity thiStty thisCity
city tty the disturbance was felt very cry plain plalnly plainly pialnly
ly The tall buildings in the whole busi business buslJ busi5S ¬
J ness 5S district were shaken Floors trem trembled trembled tremUed ¬
bled violently clocks were stopped elec elecIrlc elecrl elecIrk
Irk rl chandeliers swayed walls shook and andpeople andpeople andpeople
people on upstairs floors tottered as it ittipsy ittipsy i itipsy
tipsy Two distinct shocks were felt felthere felthere felthere
here shortly before 1 p m The waves wavestraveled waestraveled wavestraveled
traveled across the city from southwest southwestto
to northeast northeastIn
In the vicinity of St George and Pine Pinevalley Pinealley Pinevaiiey
valley the disturbance was most severe severeThis seereThis severeThis
This district was apparently the center centerof centerOf centerof
of seismic activity As many as nine ninedistinct ninedistinct ninedistinct
distinct shocks were felt in places Chim Chimneys Chlmntys Chimneys ¬
neys toppled over and buildings were werealmost werealmost werealmost
almost wrecked Massive rocks shaken shakenfrom shakenfrom shakenfront
from the hillsides crashed ern shed down < the themountains themountains theI
I mountains raising clouds of dust and andcreating amIrCaUng andcrcating
creating terror among the people living livingIn 11lngin livingIn
In the valleys valleysPanicstricken valleysPanicstricken a1lcs a1lcsPanicstricken
Panicstricken Children ChildrenIn
In St George the panicstricken school schoolchildren scboolhUdren schoolehildren
children rushel pellmell out of the thebuilding thobuilding thebuilding
building It was with difficulty that se serious serious serAou ¬
rious rAou accidents were prevented Terror Terrorstricken Terrorstrkken Terrorstricken
stricken women with their children childrenclasped childrenla childrenclasped
clasped la ped to their breasts rushed ru hcd out of oftheir o otheir otheir
their quaking houses and excitement ran ranto ranto ranto
to the highest pitch lI h Towers of tall tallbuildings tallbuildings tallbuIldings
buildings wefo were = displaced d and much dam damage damage damage ¬
age was done Ip places hot and cold coldsprings coldrlng5 coldsprings
springs rlng5 were increased in their thelrr1ow flow and anddust anddu andthe
the wates I bccamc muddy gf of ofdust
dust du t were F obsarved obsrv 3 d near dhe the mountains mountainsin g l lIn
in the districts of most violence violenceIn
In the SLjSeflfge Stt t1tg district heavier and andmore andmore andlucre
more disastixlus dI5QS us shocks were expected expectedlastnlsht oxpcel expeotOdbist d dmst
lastnlsht mst ntght alia p1U l today todJi The excitement in inthat Inthat ththat
that districtIs district ha Is gfcnt gfcntThe steAtTht ent entThe
The first intimation of the seismic dis disturbance dIsturbance disturbance ¬
turbance in Salt Lake LakewnsnoUced was noticed at
1250 Tenants In the Dooly building felt rejtthe feltthe feltthe
the shock very perceptibly The walls wallsswayed walls5waed wallsswayed
swayed slightly and the floors trembled trembledStopped trOmbledStopped trdmbledStopped I
Stopped the Clock ClockThe ClockThe ClockThe
The clock Inthe In toe weather bureau hang hanging hangIng hang1flg r
< ing on th6 th west wall was stopped For Fori Forsecond Forsecond I
i second or more the pendulum swung swungit swun
it right angles to Its proper direction directionthen directionthen directionS I
S then came to a standstill A half mln mlnute mlnute miiiute
ute later lat r it was noticed to sway again againthen agaInthen againtheii
then come to a stop The suspended suspendedelectric suspendedelectric d delectric
electric light globes on almost every floor flooror floorof floorof
of the building were noticed to sway rio violently riolently io iolently ¬
lently from southwest to northeast Peo People People PeOplc ¬
ple who wereStanding were standlng upon the upper upperfloors upperfloors upperfloors
floors felt themselves begin to reel as asIf asIt asIf
If they had a bilious attack For some sometime sometime sometime
time they could hardly hardl realize what was washappening washapptmlng wasAs
As happening The waves traveled diago dlagorially diagoi
r i rially J ally across across the city towards City Creek Creekcanyon Creekt Creekcanyon
t canyon They were of such breadth that thatthey thatthty thatthey
they covered almost the entire business businessdistrict businessdistrict businessdistrict
district districtThe districtTb districtThe
The Tb shocks were perhaps most severely severelyfelt severelyf severelyfelt
felt f > lt in the th > McCornlck building that be being beIng beIng ¬
ing the tallest building in the path of ofthe orthe ofthe
the waves The walls shook and the thefloors theCloors thefloors
floors trembled trembledvlolently violently The clock pen pendulum pendulum penlulum ¬
dulum In the office of the American AmericanSmelting AmericanSmelting Americangmelting
Smelting Refining company on the top topfloor topfloor topfloor
floor swung at right angles to Its nat natural natural natural ¬
ural direction A clerk who was stand standIng standIng standIng
Ing at a tall talldesk desk writing felt the desk deskbegin deskbegin deskbegin
begin to shake so violently that he could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not write He noticed that everything in inthe Inthe Inthe
the room was shaking and felt himself himselfswayed hlm himselfswayed ell ell6waYEd
swayed to and fro At first he thought thoughthe
he had been seized with an attack of ofdizziness ordizziness ofdizziness
dizziness but when he saw the light lightglobes lightglobes lightglobes
globes swinging like pendulums and the theclock thelok theclock
clock pendulum going the wronjr way he herealized heralized herealized
realized wh what t was happening The shak shaking shaklug shaklug ¬
lug of the building was felt down to the thelower th thlow thelower
lower low r floor floorWindows floorWindows floorWindows
Windows and Desks Battled BattledIn
In the Commercial block the two shocks shockswere shockswre shockswere
were felt very ery perceptibly The building buildingtrembled buildingtrtmblfd buildingtrembled
trembled and the windows rattled as it i iblwn iiblown itblown
blown by b a strong wind Desks shook shookand shookand shookand
and people In the building swayed as If Ifthey Uther ifthey
they were tipsy A desk In H J Din DinInnys DinInn8 Dininnys
Innys office near the top of the building buildingat bulldln bulldlnat
at which he was writing shook so vio violently vloIpnUy yb yblently ¬
lently that he could not write In de describing describing describing ¬
scribing the shocks Mr Dinlnny said saidI
I was sitting at my m desk writing and anda
a client was sitting on the other side sideSuddenly sideSuddtnly sideSuddenly
Suddenly the desk began to tremble so sothat sothat sothat
that my pen went all over ov > r the paper I Ir Ih Ii
h i r thought my m client was shaking the table tablewith tablewith
with his foot and I told him to stop He Hereplied HerEpHd Hes
5 s replied that he wasnt wa mt shaking the table tableI
I looked at him and saw him swaying to toand toand toand
and fro and felt myself begin to sway swayIn swayIn swayIn
In an Instant I became dizzy dlzz and thought thoughtI
I was going to fall over I could then thenfeel thenfeel thenfeel
feel the whole building shaking and re realized realized realized ¬
alized that we were having an earth earthquake earthquake earthquake ¬
quake S SNo
No Damage Was Done DonePeople DonePeople DonePeople
People In the other offices of the build building bunding buildlug ¬
ing felt the same shaking Along State Statestreet Statestreet Statestreet
street the shocks were felt very plain plainly plainly plainly ¬
ly In even eventhe the two and threestory build buildIngs bulldIngs buildings
Ings Along Main street evidences of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the seismic disturbance were noticed In Inalmost Inalmost inalmost
almost all of the brick and stono build buildings buildIngs buildIngs ¬
ings The shock was not severe enough enoughhowever enoughhoweer enoughhowever
however to cause the plastering to crack crackin crackIn crackin
in any of the thebulidings buildings or do < any dam damage damag damage ¬
age ag Persons walking along the streets streetsof
or course did not notice the disturbance disturbanceand
and it was not felt In the residence dlS districts dlStrlcts dlstricts ¬
tricts
At the Warm Springs Spr1 gs and Hot Springs Springsthe
the shaking was not perceptible but the theeffects theefCects theeffects
effects of the disturbance were noticed noticedit
it Is said in a slight Increase of the flow flowof flowof flowof
of the th water This increase is always alwaysnoticed alwaSnoUced alwaysnoticed
noticed in springs of that kind after a aseismic aseismic aseismic
seismic disturbance disturbanceIn
In the past few years cars Utah has been beenvisited beenIsited beenvisited
visited by a number of earthquakes all allof allof allof
of more or less violence The last one oneof oneof oneof
of any consequence before that of yes yesterday yesterday resterda ¬
terday terda was on Dec 13 1899 The center centerof
of disturbance in this instance was wasin In Se Sevier Seyler Seier
vier county Houses were shaken down downand downand downanda
and anda a number of walls were cracked even evenIn evenIn evenin
In this city Since that time several severalslight severalsUght severalslight
slight shocks have been felt in the south southern southern southera ¬
ern portion of the state but they did didnot didnot didnot
not reach Salt Lake LakeCenter LakeCenter LakeCenter
Center of the Disturbance DisturbanceReports DisturbanceReports DisturbanceReports
Reports from various parts of the state stateshow stateshow stateshow
show that the disturbance of yesterday yesterdayhad yesterdaybad
had ad its center in the vicinity of St George Georgeand Geor Georgeand e eand
and Pine valley the volcanic district of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the state The evidences of former vol volcanic volcanic rotcanic ¬
canic disturbances in lx the state and the thefrequent thefrequent thefrequent
frequent recurrence of these selsmls dis disturbances disturbanccs disturbances ¬
turbances has caused considerable con conjecture conjecture conjecture ¬
jecture among local scientists about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the probability of future volcanic volcanicdisturbances volcanicdisturbances volcanicdisturbances
disturbances here Of course earth earthquakes earthquakes earthquakes ¬
quakes are attributed to volcanic dis disturbances disturbance1 disturbanceh ¬
turbances or great landslides on the In Interior Interior intenor ¬
terior of the earth Either of those dis disturbances disturbances disturbances ¬
turbances causes waves of vibration to totravel totravel totravel
travel through the earths crust much in inthe inthe Inthe
the same manner as waves move on a abasin abasin abasin
basin of water wat r when a small pebble is isdropped isdropped isdropped
dropped into the liquid The waves travel travelIn
In concentric circles They travel more morerapidly m murerapidly re rerapidly
rapidly and with much m ch more violence violencethrough violencethrQ violencethrQugh
through thrQ g strati slr t3ot of rock Consequently Consequentlyplaces ConSeQuontbplaces Consequentlyplaces
places underlying which are great rock rockbeds rockbeds rockbeds
beds will feel the shock of an earthquake earthquakewhere earthqu earthquakdwhete R Rwhere
where a a towrttttiJ tow towijndLh nrit boVBSUCh bQe vegIehastratum SUh a stratum of ofrockfWlllnpt ofrO o orockpWflIupt
rockfWlllnpt rO JYHlJpt fe Z1II1 STthc tiic disturbance iJlrt tb ce at all allIn allIn allInVo1can
In InVo1can VolcanicDistrict Volcanic Di Diict DiictThere ct ctThere i iThere
There Is no seismograph s sInoglaph in the state to totake totake totake
take records and measurements of seis seismic seismic seisnile ¬
mic disturbances but what data has hasbeen hasbe hasbeen
been be gathered In regard to them by the thelocal thelocal thelocal
local weatner bureau show that prac practically practicaliy ¬
tically tlcall all of the quakeshave quakes have had their theircenters theircenters theircenters
centers of disturbance in the volcanic volcanicdistrict volcanicdistrict
district of the state This fact coupled coupledwith coupledwith
with the fact that In these districts there theremay theremay
may be found today extinct volcano volcanocones volcanocones volcanocones
cones hot springs and other evidences evidencesof r
of volcanic action at some time past pastgives pastgives pastgives
gives rise to the question of whether whetherthere whetherthere whetherthere
there may notagain not gain be volcanic activity activityin
in these regions In the southwestern southwesternportion southwesternportion southwesternportion
portion of the state there Is an old oldmound oldmound oldmound
mound supposed to be an extinct volcano volcanocone volcanocone olcanocone
cone that It ils is said now emits vapors vaporsthat vaporsthat vaporsthat
that arc much muchwarmer warmer than the surround surrounding surroundIng surrounding ¬
ing air These vapors maintain their theirsame theirsa theirsame
same sa temperature winter r and summer summerFrom summerFrom m
From igfsra this and other fg evidences e some somescientists somescientists me mescientists
scientists who wh have made a study of the thegeological thebeologlcal thegeological
geological conditions of the state have havesaid havesaid havesaid
said that the state might be shaken at atany atany atany
any time by volcanic eruptions Other Otherscientists Otherscientists Otherscientists
scientists laugh at the Idea However Howeverthese Howeerthese Howeverthese
these volcanicevidences volcanic evidences lead to the sup supposition supposition supposition ¬
position that the earthquakes which have haveshaken havesha haveshaken
shaken sha en the siate te were produced by vol volcanic volcanic Volcanic ¬
canic action somewhere in the interior interiorof
of the earth rather than by subterres subterrestrial Subterrestrial ubterrestrial ¬
trial landslides landslidesOwing landsHd landsHdOwing landslidqLOwing
Owing to thelack the lack of instrumentsthe instrumentsthelocal Instruments the thelocal thelocal
local weather men have done little to toobserve toobserve toobserve
observe the seismic disturbances in the thestate thestate thestate
state but Director Murdoch proposes to totake totake totake
take steps now to secure se ure a a seismograph seismographfor
for installation somewhere som where In the state statePEOPLEABE statepEOPL statePEOPLEAEE
PEOPLEABE pEOPL ARE PBIGHTENED PBIGHTENEDSeven PBIGHTENEDiiDisi
1 1S
Seven S V iiDisi Distinct ct Shocks Were Pelt at atPine atpine atPine
Pine Valley ValleySpecial ValleySpeial ValleyScIal
Special Speial to The Herald Heraldine HeraldPine HeraldPine
Pine ine ValievUtah Valley Utah Nov No 17 17Seven Seven Seventlnct dis distinct distinct <
tinct earthquake eart qua e shocks were felt here heretoday heretad heretoday
today tad 11 between 1030 a m to 1 and 120 p pm pm pin
m The ffrst and fourth were very verystrong verystrong verystrong
strong lasting about one minute each eachand eachand eachand
and doing general damage Chimneys Chimneyswere Chimneyswere Chimneyswere
were toppled over and bottled fruit milk milkpuns milkPIlns milkpans
puns etc Inside houses ous S were scattered scatteredOne scatteredOne scatteredOne
One brick dwelling house in the south southwestern southwestern southwestern ¬
western purl of the town Is so badly badlydamaged badlydamaged badlydamaged
damaged that future occupancy will be beextremelyprecarious beextlemeJyprecarlous beextiemely
extremelyprecarious extiemely precarious The front of the theCoop theCoop theCoop
Coop stq stcke e a brick building was wasshaken wasshaken wasshaken
shaken loose so 0 that another slight shock shockmight shockmight shockmight
might throw thro thr w It over overThe overThe overThe
The waves wav s of disturbance seemed seeme to tocome tocome tocome
come from the south A natural spring springof
of cold water used for domestic pur purposes purposes purposes ¬
poses shot up in effervescent style and andsuddenly andsuddenly andsuddenly
suddenly became colored as with yellow yellowclay yellowclay yellowclay
clay The Th flow is perceptibly increased increasedPeople IncreasedPeople increasedPeople
People were ere badly frightened and ex excitement e ecltements cxcitement ¬
citement cltements ja is still high highGot highGot highGot
Got Good Shaking Up TipSpecial UpSpecial UpSpecial
Special to The HeraldParowal Herald HeraldParowan HeraldParowap
Parowan Utah Nov 17 17AbQut About 1 1oclock 1oclock 1 1oclock
oclock today toda an earthquake was dis distinctly distinctly distlnctly ¬
tinctly felt Here It seemed to come com from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the south sout going to the north nortE No dam damage damage damage ¬
age was done only a good shaking or orwaking orwaking orwaking
waking up upfBrick p pffltick
pThfick
fBrick ffltick House Cracked CrackedSpecial CrackediSpecial Crackedpcial
iSpecial Special to The Herald HeraldCedar HeraldCedaIGlt HeraldCedar
Cedar CedaIGlt City Now No Nov 17 17A A very sharp sharpshock sharpsbock sharpshock
shock of earthquake was experienced here hereat hereat hereat
at 1247touay 14j to today ay lasting twenty or thirty thirtyseconds thirtyf1econd thirtyeeconds
seconds No seriousdamage serious damage Is i reported reportedbut reportedbut reportedbut
but some somebrik sorn brick houses were cracked and anda
a greaC gr greabany > Tnany any people scared
ANOTHER DAY A Y AND NO BEAR IlEARFOR FOR TEDD TEDDY TEDDYSMEDES
4
4 + 4 QMEDES Miss Nov 17 17The The bears bearsun in the th thswamp swamp country country around the thepresidents thepresIdents +
9 + SMEDES 3 presidents camp on the Little Sunflowerseem Sunfio seem to have effected a asuccessful + f
4 4 successful combination to prevent the president PT sfdent from having a single singlei +
1 i + f shot at one of them on the expedition The only one the dogs started startedtoday + f fISL
yr + today tied In a northeasterly dIrection at t1Ienrst the first ISL cry 01 of Hiurui alarm ana and am amsh dId dIdnot didnot +
+ not stop running until he reached the canebrush sh about nine miles from fromf fromeamp fromcamp +
+ f camp There he was overtaken by Mr Dougall Doua1l one of the managers of ofj + +
j i the Smede plantation who killed him at seventy 5e ent paces The party who whof whohad whohad +
+ f had started this morning in the rain with Holt Collier did not hear the thef thedogs thedogs +
+ f dogs after they first struck the trail trailThe trallThe trailThe +
+ The president takes his ill luck goodnaturedly goodn turedly He says It is simply +
+ the fortune of the chase and that he will have aYe a last try tomorrow tomorrowf tomorrowThe tomorrowThe +
+ f The bear killed today weighed 223 22 pounds po nds Judge Dickinson is the thef theonly theonly +
+ f only other member of the party except Mr Ir Dougall who has fired a shot shotf shotThe shotThe +
+ f The Judge missed a swamp deer at 100 yards yatdsIt yasIt +
4 + It blew up colder today and the rain ihch 1 Ich began last night ceased ceasedtallIng ceasedfalling +
4 falling shortly shortlybeore before noon noonThe +
4 The presidential party will y m break breakcamp camp campshortly shortly before dark tomorrow tomorrowThe +
4 The special train will leave here during the thenit night lp t and will arrive at Mem MemJ +
4 phis about 930 oclock Wednesday morning +
J + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
i + + t + + 1 + + + + + + + i + + + f + + 4 + + + + + + + + + 4 tfttFi + t + + + + + + tB + + + i + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 4i 4T + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + f + + + + + + + + + + t +
4 i i I c t
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t
+
i + + The miners jnerSI1Qm home homeaccording according to the Coal Trust u uLLLLJLL + +
+ LLLLJLL i LLLLLLLL + + + 4444 + + + + + + 4444 + + + + + + + 444444 + + + + + + + 44444444444 + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 + 4 + + + + + + + + 4 + 4 + + + + + + 4 +
SEEKS LEGAL LEGALWife L t GA L stPARATON stPARATONWife SLP4 R1l TION TIONWife
Wife of Mojineux Has as Gone to South Dakota toProc to Procure r a Divorce aDivorceOffersto DivorcejOffers1to ivor ivorJ ivorOffersto
jOffers1to Offersto Go Upon the Stage Treated WitijScorn WithScorn With WitfrScorn J
Scorn by the Acquitted Man 1 1H
H f
r lOUX iow FALLS F JLS S D Nov 17 17Mrs Mrs MrsV
S 0 V Blanohe CheesbrqMolfneux Chees Cheesbro ro Moineux has hasarrived hasarrived hasarrived
arrived here hcxcfrom from New York Mrs MrsMolineux MrsMolineu Irs IrsMoi
Moi Molineux ewt VefiisesftP5 r rdfusez < t eS tp p < bd bttin bcthntbr lnt t rviewed rviewedbut ieved ievedbut lewedbut
but a friend says says MrsjMbllheux Mrs Molineu has hascome hasc hascome
come c me here to to establish establ establth h a residence residenceNew r residenceNew sidence sidenceNew
New York Nov 17 17The The dispatch dispatchfrom dispatchfrom dispatchfrom
from Sioux Falls F fls today announcing announcingMrs announcIngMrs announ ing ingMrs
Mrs Roland Bi B Molineuxs arrival there thereto thereto thereto
to take up her residence reside ce was shown shownto
to General Molineux and he h was asked askedif
if his daughterinlaw intended to get geta
a divorce I haye nothing to say saysaid saysaid saysaid
said the general generalRoland generalRoland generalRoland
Roland B Molineuxs Moli euxs counsel G C CBattle CBattle CBattle
Battle said he knew nothing about aboutMrs aboutMrs aboutMrs
Mrs Molineuxs reason for going to toSioux toSioux toSioux
Sioux Falls Former Governor Black Blackwas Blackwas Blackwas
was in Troy N Y today todayMrs todayMrs todayMrs
Mrs Molineuxs absence from court courtduring courtduring courtduring
during 0her her husbands hus ands las lasts trial re revived revived revived ¬
vived rumors of offamily family differences but butshe butshe butshe
she went to the thelIol1neux Molineux residence in inBrooklyn inBrooklyn inBrooklyn
Brooklyn a few f w hours after her hus husband husband husband ¬
band was wasacqu acquitted tted and remained un until until ¬ I Itl1
til the next morning when she re returned returned returned ¬
turned to New York where here she had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been staying She was there an hour houror
or two and then th p disappeared She was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not seen In public with her husband husbandlast husbandlast husbandlast
last week weekExJudge weekExJudge weekExJudge
ExJudge Olcott Molineuxs counsel counselsaid counselsaid counselsaid
said the news from Sioux Falls was wasa
a surprise to him because the differ differences diff differences r rences ¬
ences between Mrs Roland B Moli Molineux Molineux Molineux ¬
neux and her motherinlaw had been beensettled beensettled beensettled
settled arid the family relations so sofar sofar sofar
far as he knew new were amicable amlcq le Gen General General General ¬
eral Molineux Moline x paid his sons wifes ex expenses expenses cxpenses ¬
penses all the while his son was in inprison inprison inprison
prison and last week the general b meral madu madua I
a public statement t about his daughter daughterinlaw daughterinlaw
inlaw in hi iriwhich whichhe which he said She is as asgood asgood asgood
good and pure pure a womanas woman ns breathes breathesHe
He said he had traced trac d all the stor stories storres stores ¬
ies es concerning her and found they were werefalse werefaJse werefalse
false falseNew faJseNew falseNew >
New York Nov No 17 17R 17Roland Roland f nd B Moli Molineux 11011neux Molireux ¬
neux acquitted of the murder of Mrs MrsKatherine MrsKat1erine MrsKatherine
Katherine Adams Ad ms has received several severaloffers severaloffers severaloffers
offers to go on the stage either with withhis withhis
his wife or 9r without wit witbotither witbotitherSullivan lther ltherSullivan her herauiiivun I
auiiivun Sullivan Harri Harrinj narri oc Woods wuuua the me the theatrical uie uieatrical I Iatrical
atrical managers of 1358 Broadway Broadwayhave Broadwayhave Broadwayhave
have offered him a season s ffson of ten tenweeks tenweeks tenweeks
weeks at 1500 a week They offertto offerttogive offer to togiye togive
give Mr Molineux a certified check checkfor ch chdckfor ck ckfor
for 15000 and pay all his traveling travelingGREAT travelingGREAT travelingGREAT
GREAT FtOW FfOWOF FlOWOF OF LAVA LAVAFROM LAVAFROM LAVAS
S FROM FROMSTROMBOLt FROMSTROMBOLtRome STROMBOLI STROMBOLIRome
Rome Nov 17 17A A fresh freth eruption of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the volcano Stromboli occurred yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day evening accompanied by a ter terrific terrific terrifle ¬
rific explosion and a great flow of oflava oflava oflava
lava It was a raajgrijficent spectacle spectaclevisible spectacleylsible spectaclevisible
visible from all the northern part of ofSicily otSlcUy ofSicily
Sicily the flames rising from the vol volcano volcano volcano ¬
cano Illuminating the surrounding sa saThe s seaThe a aThe
The situation of the few inhabitants inhabitantsof
of the Island of Stromboli is precarious precariousThey precariousThey precariousThey
They are are frightened especially by the thewashing thewashIng thewashing
washing ashore of great grea quantities of ofdead ofdead ofdead
dead fish which have ave been killed ap apparently apparently apparentiy ¬
parently by a submarine disturbance disturbanceA dlsturb isturbd uce uceA 1ce 1ceA
A number of yachts from Naples apd apdother apdother apdother
other places have b ve visited the waters waterssurrounding waterssurroundIng waterssurrounding
surrounding the thehslarid island to allow these theseon tllCseon
on board to view the eruption eruptionCONFERENCE eruptionCONFERENCE eruptionCONFEItENCBC4LLED
CONFERENCE CONFEItENCBC4LLED CONFEItENCBC4LLEDLondon CAUSED CAUSEDLondon CALLELondon
London Nov 17 17A A pell p 1 of the 1hlIrish 1hlIrishlandlords Irish Irishi Irishlandlords
i landlords whlclY was undertaken undethlcen by a acommittee aommittee acommittee
committee composed con C5ed of f the EarJ of ofj ofllao ofMayo
j Mayo Lord Lo d Dunraven Captain Shawe ShaweTaylor ShaweTaylor ShaweTaylor
Taylor and other gentlemen enttpml p interested interestedIn tre ted tedIn
In the Irish agrarianjfuestlon ag agraiian triathltuestlonon question on the theproposal theproposal theproposal
proposal to toci1l call a conference c Ffennc of land landlords lanc1lords Ian Ianlords ¬
lords and tenants tenantsith with a view to the thesale thesale thesale
sale of the land to the latter has re resulted resulted resuited ¬
sulted in a avote vote of 1128 11 8 to toi7S I7S iS In lavor lavorof lavorof favorof
of holding holdin the conference for or which whicharrangements whicharrangemasts hich hicharrangem
arrangements arrangem 1ts will w l1 be proceeJed pro led with withImmediately wthImI wIthImmediately
Immediately ImI 1edlat JY I IA h v vA
A circular announcing the result of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the poll has h been le i sent I tb 4QOO 4 oO Irish Irishlandowners IrIshlandowners Irish1andowners
landowners whovpp Iess500 ess 500 acres and andupward andupward andupward
upward
expenses from the moment mom nt ne ei esigned esigneda < signed signeda lgne lgnea
a contract They Th y wanjed wanedhim4oplay wanedhim4oplaythe 1ane < him Im to op play playthe y ythe
the parf parfof of JackTMdrtQn Jack l rtQn JnThe 1n he Hoadto Road Roaflto Roadto
to Ruin RuinRobert ltulILRobert RuinRobert
Robert Grau vaudeville agent made madean madean madean
an offer by letter to Roland RolandB B Moll Mollneux Mo1ineuC MolIneux
neux to appear for ten weeks in ilwvaude ilwvaudev irvaudeyule vaude vaudeville ¬
yule v lle at 2000 2 OO aweelc If the offer isaccepted Isaccepted is isaccepted
accepted Mr Grau will ask Molineux Molineuxto olineuxto
to give a brief address eitherupon either upon his hisimpressions hisimpressions hisimpressions
impressions of life in Sing Sihgfingor Sihgfingorupon Sing or orupon orupon
upon some other incident connected connectedwith connectedwith connectedwith
with his recent trial trialCharles trialChaiie5 triaLCharles
Charles E Blaney Blan y telegraphed to toClay toClay toClay
Clay T Vance authorizing Vance to toofferMolineux toofferMolineux tooffer
offerMolineux offer Moluneux 1800 a week for three threeweeks threeweeks threeweeks
weeks in the Bianey stock produc productions prodiIclions productions ¬
tions Blaney has one company play playing playIng playing ¬
ing in Newark and he believes he hecould hecould hecould
could double the theprices prices for f r a aw week k dur during durIng durIng ¬
ing this engagement and pack P Qk the thetheatre thetqootre thetheatre
theatre twice a day He proposes to togive togive o ogive
give Molineux a role In Escaped from fromSing fromSing fromSing
Sing Sing SingMolineux SingMolincux SingMolineux
Molineux has paid no attention to tothe tothe tothe
the offers offersHis offersHis fers fersHis
His father the venerable General GeneralMolineux Generpllolineux Ienert1Moluneux
Molineux says Were happy and andwe andwe andwe
we want to be left alone in InSour Sour our ourjoy ourjoylrs joy joyMrs joyMrs
Mrs lrs Molineux treats stage stage PrOPQ propositions PrOPQsitions propQsitions
sitions with scorn It is now said that thatshe th thatshe t tshe
she was profoundly affected affectedby by the thefact thefact thefact
fact that the acquitted acquitt d man went first firstto firstto firstto
to his mother upon his release releaseWhen r releaseWhen lease leaseWhen
When finally sent for to go to her herfatherinlaws herfatherinIaws herfatherinlaws
fatherinlaws home to meet her herbus herbusband hus husband husband ¬
band she hesitated but went How However However However
ever as she was admitted the closed closeddoor clo cioeddoor ed eddoor
door shut the scene of meeting from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the eyes of the curious curiousLater curiousLater i iLater
Later in the day General E L Moli Molineux 11011neux Molineux ¬
neux said to the Associated S ociated Press that thatMrs thatMrs
Mrs Roland Rolandl1olineux Molineux arrived at his hishome hishome hishome
home the night of Thursday ThursdaYNov Nov 6 6the 6the i
the day of the acquittal ofhec or lice hus husband husband busband
band leaving there the ensuing morn morning morning thotning ¬
ing The general had gone to his bus business bqsI buismess
iness early in the day and did not see seeher aeeher e ehe
her he
herShe
She left no word said he and andthis andthis andthis
this Is the last we have seen or heard heardof heardof heardof
of her herAs herAs herAs
As tothe to the report thatMrs that Mrs > Roland RolandB
B Molineux has gone to South Da Dakota Dakota Dakota ¬ I
kota for the purpose of obtaining opJ inlng a adivorce adivorce adivorce
divorce the general said saidI
I know that the idea of divorce did didnot 4idnot
I not come from any member of my mY fain fami fainlly IawiIly
i Hy I expect more particulars parti u rs tomor tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
row which I may ma or may not com communicate communicate coi coimunicate ¬
municate to the public publicJAMES publicI
I JAMES KEIR KEIRHARDIE KEIRHARDIESUBJECtED BARDIE BARDIESUBJECTED HARDIESUBJECTED
SUBJECTED TO TOARREST TOARRESTBrussels > ARREST ARRESTBrussels ARRESTBrussels
Brussels Nov17 No Nov 17The The police here ar arrested arrested arrested
rested an Englishman named namedJarpes Jaipes Har Harrle Harrle Harne
rle ne on suspicion of his having been con connected connectcn connected ¬
nected with the attempt made Saturday Saturdayby
by Rubino on the life of King Leopold LeopoldThe LeopoldThe LeopoldThe
The prisoner turned out to be James JamesKeir JamesKclr JamesKeir
Keir Hardie M P the former chairman chairmanof
of the independent labor party and andwell nd a awell awell
well known labor leader He te e was subse subsequently subsequently subsequently ¬
quently released and lodged a complaint complaintat
at the British legation legationMr
Mr Hardie threatened to make m ke his ar arrest arrest r rrest ¬
rest an international affair and will wlllap wlllappeal ap appeal appeal ¬
peal to t > the British foreign forelgnoffl office e Imme Immediately immedfately ununiediately ¬
diately after he returns to Efnglaho Engl nd
After Mr Hardies arrival at the police policestation polfcestation policestation
station the officers asked himIf him If he knew knewRubino knewRubino knewRubino
Rubino and he was only released whenhe when whenhe whenhe
he proved he was a member of the Brit British BrttIsh BritIsh ¬
ish house of commons commonsGEORGE commonsGEORGE commonsGEORGE
GEORGE PERRY ARRAIGNED ARRAIGNEDPleaded ARRAIGNEDPleaded ARRAIGNEDPleaded
Pleaded Not Guilty GuiltyEvidence Evidence Is IsAgainst IsAgainst IsAgainst
Against Him HimSomervllle JIimSomerville aiiiiSomerville
Somerville Mass Nov NO 17 17To To a charge chargeof
of having ba ving murdered < d Agnes McPhee Inthis In Inthis iflthIs
this city on Oct 3 1 George Perry the theCambridge thoCambridge theCambridge
Cambridge negro already charged withthe withthe with withthe
the murder of Clara M Morton at Wa Waverly Wave Waverly
verly ve I on Nov 1 pleaded npt guilty today
in the Somervllle superior criminal court courtAt courtAt eourtAt
At the conclusion of the thene hearing rlnt Perry Perrywas IertYwas ert ertwas
was ordered held for the grand Jury with without wUhout without ¬
out bail bailChief banChief bailChief
Chief of Police Parkhurst Parkhuratstated stated that thatanother tbatanother thatanother
another Boston girl had ha < 1 Identified Ferry Ferryin P nY nYin
in the court room as the raan J ria2iulto > wha w o oseized hattseized hatt 1tatseized
seized her on the street streetweeks one5njjtii sey1erii sey1eriiweeks r t tweeks
weeks ago and tried to assault assa assatlitlier t 4u v
+ 5
WOLCOTT IS ISNOT NOT WfihTtD WfihTtDColorado WA TtD TtDp
Colorado p olorado Republicans Resent the Reappearance of ofthe theexSenator ftheexSenatorUpon theexSenatorUpon exSenator exSenatorUpon
Upon the Scene and Will Not Stand For a aBoom aBoom aBoom
Boom in His Favor
1
Eft EDI R Colo Nov 17 1iChairman 1iChairmanF 17ChaIrmanFaIrIe Chairman ChairmanFairleyj
DENSER1 Fairleyj F FaIrIe irl t ofl o the theRepliblican Republican state statepejiliarcommitteetoday stateS
S f pejiliarcommitteetoday ntial fta cofDmiite commltteii today issuejLan issuejLanaddress iSS1J issuesljtnaddress thR1 thR1dress
address dress to the Republicans of Colorado Coloiadoregaroing ComraderegItling j jregarding
regarding the Republican jollification jollificationarranged jollificationarranged jolilficationarranged
arranged for tomorrow night in this thiscity thiscityand thiscity
city cityand and which he as the head of the thestate thestate thestate
state organization declared off some somedays somedays somedays
days ago The Denver organization organizationdenied organizationdenied organizationdenied
denied his authority In the matter anddeclared anddeclared and anddeclared
declared the affair should go forward forwardChairman forwardChairman forwardChairman
Chairman Fairley in his statement statementsays statementsays statementsays
says Governorelect Peabody and oth otherspeakers othr
erspeakers r peakers announced have withdrawn withdrawnfrom withdrawnfrom withdrawnfrom
from the programme and adds addsThe atYdsThe addsThe
The evidence is conclusive that while whilesaid whilesaid whilesaid
said meeting is upon its face to be a acelebration acelebration acelebration
celebration of the recent Republican Republicanvictory Republicanvitory Republicanvictory
victory it is in fact a meeting to fur further further further ¬
ther the candidacy of E O Wolcott Wolcottfor Wolcottfor Wolcottfor
for the United States senatorship and andhas I Ihas Ihas
has been arranged and will be packed packedAFFAIRS packedAFFAIRS packedAFFAIRS
AFFAIRS IN BAD SHAPE SHAPEDepreciation SHAPEDepreialion SHAPEDepreciation
Depreciation of Silver in the thePhilippines t thePhilippines e ePhilippines
Philippines Is Causing Heavy HeavyLosses Heavylosses Heavylosses
Losses to All Concerned ConcernedWashington ConcernedWashington ConcernedWashington
Washington Nov No 17 17The The report of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Philippine commission will not notreach notreach notreach
reach Washington for a month but a asynopsis asynopsis asynopsis
synopsis of it has been cabled to the thewar thewar thewar
war department for Secretary Root to touse touse touse
use in his annual report This brief briefabstract briefabstract
abstract will not be made public until untilthe untilthe unlilthe
the secretarys report is published d It Itit Itit Itit
it known however that the commis commission commission ¬
sion will make strong recommenda recommendations recommendalions ¬
tions regarding the currency which at atpresent atpresent
present is in a deplorable state The Thecontinued Thecontinued Thecontinued
continued depreciation of the silver silvercurrency silvercurrency silvercurrency
currency until it is worth 250 for 1 1in 1in 1in
in gold has caused a great loss to the thePhilippine thePhilippine
Philippine government estimated at
4000000 4 tiOooo during the past six months monthsThe monthsThe monthsThe
The commission believes that the cur currency cu curency currency ¬
rency should be established on a gold goldbasis goldbasis goldbasis
basis as the only onl safe and sure way in inwhich Inwhich Inwhich
which the financial affairs of the isl islands islands is isands ¬
ands can be put in order Governor GovernorTaft GovernorTaft GovernorTaft
Taft is in favor of further tariff con concessions concessions concessions ¬
cessions to the Philippines and it is isbelieved isb isbhll5ved
believed b l1 ved that he will recommend that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the rate which Is now 75 per cent of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Dingley rate should be made 25 25per 25per 5 5per
per cent In order to encourage com commerce commerce cornnierce ¬
merce between the Islands and the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States StatesGovernor StatesGovernor StatesGovernor
Governor Taft has also been in favor favorof favorofa favorof
of ofa a modification of the Chinese exclu exclusion ¬
sion laws as applied to the Philippines Philippinesand Ph lipplnes lipplnesand
and believes that the commission commissionr commissIonsl7ould commissionsIould
r should be allowed discretion in the mat matter matter matter ¬
ter of admitting Chinese labor There Thereis
is also reason to believe that the com commission commission conimission ¬
mission thinks greater latitude should shouldbe shouldbe shouldbe
be permitted in the matter of fran franchises franchises Iranchises
chises as a grant of 5000 acres to one oneconcern oneconcern oneconcern
concern is not sufficient to induce cap capital capJtal caphal ¬
hal in large amounts to engage in the thedevelopments thedeyelopments thedevelopments
developments in the th islands It Is not notprobable notprobable notprobable
probable that Secretary Root will make makeany makeany makeany
any insistent regulations regarding regardingthe
the Philippines but will wl I lay before beforecongress beforecongrhss beforecongress
congress the thefeport report when it comes comeswith comeswith comeswith
with such approval as he thinks neces necessary necesary necessary ¬
sary ary at the present time It is said saidi saidthe saidthe
i the secretary is not disposed to havemany havemany have haemany
many changes made in the present presentj presentPhl1lppine presentPhilippine
j Philippine laws as he believes that thatsufficient thatsufficient
1 sufficient time should be allowed to see seewhether seewhether seewhether
whether conditions will not adjust adjustthemselves adjustth adjustthemselves
themselves th mSelyes in a satisfactory manner mannerKELIrEY manner1IB mannerXELIEY
1IB II IIXELLEY
KELIrEY CASE POSTPONED POSTPONEDButte POSTPONEDButte POSTPONEDButte
Butte Mont Nov 17 liThe The case of ofJ ofJ ofJ
J W Kelley charged with the murder murderof
of Dr H Cayley came up before Judge JudgeMcClernan JudgelcClernan JudgeMcClernan
McClernan this morning but was con continued continued continued ¬
tinued until next Monday Kelley shot shotgCayley shotf shotCayley
gCayley f ayley it is said over the discov discovery dlscovery discovery
ery ery of the doctor with Kelleys alleged allegedmistress allegedmistress allegedmistress
mistress in her rooms roomsSUPBEME roomsSUFREME roomsSUPREME
roomsp p
SUPREME COTTET CO TRECESS TRECESSI BECESS BECESSWashington BECESSWashington
Washington Nov 17 17The The Miprem Mipremcourt foupr iuprernecourt me mecourt <
I court today took a recess rec recess Ss until Men Menday 3ion4ay Icn IcnAa
Aa day Dec 1 LThe The interim will be > e large largetl largeYidctod largerdevoted
tl Yidctod devoted to t the CQD31d consideration = d of cases casesalready casealready casesalready
already presented to the court
so as stoappeaarioyat1Ontohimape stoappeaarioyat1OntohimapeSondily to o appearaiif appear rl ovationtohinx ov tlQ to < per personally p r ronal1y
sonally f I ftIt V VIt q qn
It was as understood d duningibe t g he cam campaigncontlhued campaign campaign ¬
paigncontlhued paign paign con contlhucd iIhued Chairman C airman iJEatrley iJEatrleythat Fairleythqt Palrleythat
that Mr WqTcott WoT o was wan npt 9t t to tpbe Hje Jteosider con considered canlderdd ¬
sidered sider d asa as a factor actor ancl an that under Bunderstanding understanding understanding
standing was confirmed c 1 rme by his with wKSdrawal wlihdrawal withdrawal
drawal from the state and his failure failureto f8nnrto maiIurto
to contribute contri ute to to the expenses expenses of the thecampaign thecampaIgn thecampaign
campaign campaignThe campaIgnThe
The ticket was elected upon that thatbasis thatbasis thatbasis
basis and whatever the legislature legislaturemay
may eventually conclude to do the thestjte thette theet3te
stjte organization organizaUonand and thOse th se who par participated participated participated ¬
ticipated in the campaign and won the thevictory theYlctory thevictory
victory feelthat feel that they cannot partici participate participate particlpate ¬
pate in the Wolcott demonstration demonstrationwithout demonstrationwithout demonstrationwithout
without violating the confidence of the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people peopleMr peopleMr peopleMr
Mr Fairley says sa s that a fitting cel celebrationof celebrationof cclebrationof ¬
ebrationof theRepublican the Republican victory will willbe wiUbe willbe
be held on the occasion of Governor GovernorPeabodys GovernorPeabodys GovernorPeabodys
Peabodys inauguration inaugurationSTREET inaugurationSTREET InaugurationSTREET
STREET CAR BOYCOTT BOYCOTTPROVES BOYCOTTPROVES BOYCOTTPROVESAFAILURE
PROVES PROVESAFAILURE PROVESAFAILURESchenectady A FAILURE FAILURESchenectady FAilURESchcnectad
Schenectady N Y Y Nov 17 l7it It would woull1seem wouldseem wouldseem
seem from tonights developments that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the trades assembly 85Se bly tomorrow will re rescind rescindtho rescud ¬
scud scindtho the order boycotting the th Scbepec Scbepectady Sche1ectad Schepectady
tady tad Railway company Twenty out ot otthirtyfive otthlrtf1e ofthirtyfive
thirtyfive members of the trades as assembly assembly assembly ¬
sembly have signed a petition for a ameeting ameeting arneeUng
meeting the call expressly > stating that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the purpose purp se Is to reconsider the action actiontaken actiontaken actiontaken
taken last Wednesday when the boycott boycottwas bocottwas boycottWas
was declared declaredPresident declaredPresident declaredPresident
President Jackson stated emphatically emphaticallytonight emphatIcallytonight emphaticallytonight
tonight that the meeting would declare declarethe declarethe declarethe
the boycott o oCt f Later after an exciting excitingmeeting excitingmeeting excitingmeeting
meeting of the boycott committee he was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not so emphatic saying that it was prob probable probable prosable ¬
able that such action would be taken takenThe takenThe takenThe
The sentiment of the members of many manyof manyof manyof
of the unions is strongly against the boy boycott boycott boycott ¬
cott and Its failure today was marked markedWhen markedVhen markedWhen
When the General Electric works worksclosed worksclosed worksclosed
closed this afternoon the Albany cars carswere ca cawere carswere
were as usual jammed to their fullest fullestcapacity fullestcapacity fullestcapacity
capacity by employes who live In tbat tbatcity tbatcftv thatcity
city A few business men refrained from fromriding fromrId1ng tromriding
riding on the cars but the general pub public public publie ¬
lic which Is not In sympathy with theboycott the theboycott theboycott
boycott paid no attention to the request requestfor requestfor requestfor
for the boycott boycottONE boycottONE
4 + + + + + + + + t + + + + + + + + + +
4 4 4ONE
+ ONE KOBE CHANCE CHANCET CHANCENew CBANCENew +
+ +
T + New York Nov 17 17Recorder 17RecorderGOff Recorder +
f 5 Goff signed an order today calling callingon + f ft
+ t on the district attorney to show showcause showcausewhy 4 4t +
+ t cause causewhy why an order should not notprevail 4 4h +
9 h prevail granting anew trial to Al AJbert A Abert + f fbert
+ bert T Patrick who was convicted convictedor + f fof
+ of the murder of William M Rice RiceThe RiceThe + 4 4t
+ t The motion which will be argued arguedon 4 4f +
+ f on Monday M nday next is based on what whatf whatis +
4 + f is believed to be new evidence eyidenceCIlIa evidenceSHEBJiIANNOT 4 4SHEBEAHMTOT +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
CIlIa CIlIaSHE
SHEBEAHMTOT SHE NOT IN IT ITUtlca ITUtica ITUtica
Utica N Y Nov l 17Gongressman 17GongressmanJames Congressman CongressmanJam ConnessmanJames
James Jam s Sherman today sent a letter to toeach toeach toeach
each of the Republican memberselect of ofcongress ofcongress ofcongress
congress from New York state stating
that he is not a candidate for the speak soeakership snookership speakership
ership
iFTERUTAH iFTERUTAHCOAL UTAH UTAHCOAL UTAHCOAL
COAL LANDS LANDSEastern LANDSEastern LANDSEastern
Eastern Syndicate Makes MakesOffer MakesOfferFor Offer OfferFor
For Big BigTract BigTractWOULD TractWOULD Tract TractWOULD
WOULD DEPOSIT 300000 300 OOO OOOI
I
T LEAST FIVE COMBINATIONS COTVTRTKrATIOKSAra
Ara KNOWN TO BE ACTIVE ACTIVEREPRESENTATIVES ACTIVEREPRESENT ACTIVBTm
Tm EPRBSENTATIVES ATIVES of eastern easterncoal east easternt rn rncoal
REPRESENTATIVES REPRESENT t coal ° ° ° syndicates areIn are In Salt Lake Laketrying Laketrying Laketrying
trying to negotiate for vast at trots traotaof tr trotsof ots otsof
of Utah coal land Two men who whosought whosought whosought
sought to keep their identity se secret ret yes yesterday y yterday yeaterday ¬
terday made a proposition to take over ovejja ovela
a a tract of 26000 acres of coal land l Jta JtaEmery 111Emery InEmery
Emery county Owing to the nature natureof n ture tureof
of the negotiations thenames the names of o all allparties auparties allparties
parties to the transaction are withheld withheldOne withheldOne withheldOne
One of the men making the bid is an anattorney anattorney anattorney
attorney and the other is the direct directrepresentative directrepresentative directrepresentative
representative of the syndicate seek sseekins > seeking seeking ¬
ing a foothold In Utah They declined declinedto
to state for whom they w wre re acting actingbut actingbut actingbut
but they offered to deposit 3 3SU4 M 1H8 in incash Incash tucash
cash in one of two local banks to toshoW toshoWthat toshowthat show showthat
that they meant business and de declared declared dedared ¬
clared they were jn a position topay topaycash to t pay paycash paycash
cash for the entire tract providing p vIdtng a acomplete acomplete acomplete
complete examination satisfied seti fted the thaprincipals theprtneiJN thejuhnelpals
principals prtneiJN s that they wished sto to con coasununate COIisummate consummate
summate the deal dealTbese dealTbese dealThese
Tbese two men were a little late in inmaking inmaking inmaldng
making the offer however for r an op option option option ¬
tion had already been given on the theland tlIeland theland
land to men interested in iron In tfea tfeasouthwestern t1tesouthwestern tbesouthwestern
southwestern part of the t e state t If th thiron the theiron theIron
iron syndicate exercises this option the theother theother theother
other eastern men wilt have to seek seekelsewhere seekelsewhere seekelsewhere
elsewhere elsewhereState elsewhereState elsewhereState
State Scoured For Coal CoalIn CoalIn i iIn
In this connection it it develops that thatthe thatthe I Ithe
the entire state is being quietly scoured scouredfor Soouredfor scouredfor
for coal The agents who are doing doingthis dubsthis doingthis
this are all working undercover under corer coermuch as asmuch aimuch
much as possible and in some s me in instances Instances ¬ 1 1stances
stances the identity of their principals principalscan I Ican
can only be guessed It is known knownhowever knownhowever knownhowever
however that at least five powerful powerfulaggregations powerfulaggregations
aggregations of capital are in the mar market market market ¬ I
ket for coal lands landsRepresentatives landsRepresentatives landsRepresentatives
Representatives of the the1Ioffat Moffiat road roadthe roadthe i ithe
the Denver Northwesteip Pacific Pacifichavebeen Paeif Paeifhave Paclithavebeen
havebeen have been investigating the coal possi possibilities possIbilities poesibilities ¬
bilities In Uintah andWasatch and Wesatch coun counties eounties counties ¬
ties S SThe
tiesThe The Colorado Fuel Iron company companyhas companyhas it ithas
has been working for over a year to totie totie totie
tie up desirable coal lands and recent recently recently ¬ t tly
ly despite the fight for control of the thecompany thecompany thecompany
company it has been showing in increased increased ¬ j jcreased
creased activity in this line lineThe lineThe lInedThe
The syndicate interested in the Iron Irondeposits Irondeposits irondeposits
deposits near Cedar City is looking lookingout i iout
out for a coal supply and has been beentaking beentaking beentaking
taking more options optionsThe optionsThe optionsThe
The mysterious eastern syndicate syndicatewhich syndicatewhich
which made the offer yesterday Is seek seeking ieeklug k king ¬
ing a foothold
This makes up the five big combina combinations oomblhat comblhatIqis ¬
tions t o that tb3tares 5axe are sparring atr1ng for Utahcoal UtahcoalIrfcfdK Utah coal coaladdtIOn l l1mJ1dirIn
IrfcfdK 1mJ1dirIn In addition there are individual indMdu1operators IndMdualoperators individualoperators
operators who are working in expect expecting expecting t tIng ¬
ing immense development of the coal coalfields coelfields coalfields
fields within the next year or ortAe ortAer two twoI
I do not think th nk anybody n neiI ad worry worryabiout worry worryabout worrraliout
about there not being coal co l enough in inUtah inUtah inUtath
Utah said a man as familiar with withthe wIththe withthe
the situation as any person in the thestate thestate thestate
state Thecoal The Tbecoalmeasureaof coal measures meaSures of this state stateare stateare stateare
are so extensive exteI sive that it will be many manymany fttlDymany nanymany
many years before they can be ex exhausted exhausted cxhausted ¬
hausted Coal underlies nearly all o oCarbon ot otCarbon ofCarbon
Carbon and Emery counties and parts partsof partsof partsof
of Grand Uintah and Wasatch to say saynothing sa sanothing saynothing
nothing of < the deposits dep sits in the south southwestern soutbwestern southwestern ¬
western part of the state so there cer certainly certalnly certhinly ¬
thinly should be enough to go around aroundThe aroundThe aroundThe
The present negotiations are for the themost themost themost
most desirable tracts located near ex existing existing cxisting ¬
isting railroads railroadsHay raiJroadsMay railroadsIiay
Hay Be Sock RockIsIand Island Crowd CrowdThere CrowdThere CrowdThere
There is considerable speculation speculationabout speculationabout speculationaboutthe
about aboutthe the identity of the interests back backof backof backof
of the men making the proposition propositionyesterday propositionyesterdaj propositionyesterday
yesterday One guess is that the new newsoft newsoft newsoft
soft coal combine backed by the Rock HockIsland RockIsland RockIsland
Island interests is reaching out after afterUtah afterUtah afterUtah
Utah The company has tiedup tied up vast vasttracts vasttracts vasttracts
tracts in Indiana and other states statesfar statesfarther statesfarther far farther ¬
ther east and is now nowsald said to be work working working workins ¬
ing for a secure foothold in Colorado ColoradoThe ColoradoTh ColoradoTbe
The Th Moore Bros who head the Rock RocfcIsland RockIsland RockIsland
Island syndicate are < ambitious to ex extend cCtend cxtend ¬
tend that road westward and it Is Issurmised issurmised Issurmised
surmised that they are already alseadylooking alseadylookingfar looking lookingfar
far enough ahead to go after coal co l lands landsIn landsIn landsin
In Utah UtahJohn UtahJohn UtahJohn
John W Gates who is associated associatedwith associatedwith associatedwith
with the Moores in several enterprises enterprisesis
is also under suspicion as the possi possible possible possible ¬
ble purchaser Mr Gates was defeated defeatedin
in his fight for the control of the Colo Colorado Colorado Cobrado ¬
rado Fuel Iron company and it is issaid issaid issaid
said that he has made up his mind to tostart tostart tostart
start a new ne coal and iron company to tocompete tocompete tocompete
compete for the western and Oriental Orientaltrade Orientaltrade
trade Should he do this Utah will willin willin willIn
in all probability prOb ability secure the t new plantand plantand plant
1 and Utah coal will be needed to supply supplythe supplythe supplythe
the coke cokeWhile cokeWhile cokeWhile
While the Moffat road ro will depend dependfor dependfor dependfor
for some time on the coal mines it al already already already ¬
ready controls in Colorado CoI9 it is looking lookingfor ng ngfor
for a fuel supply in Utah Good coal coalI coalhas coalhas
I has been found along the proposed line lineof lineof lineof
of the road in Utah but it is on the theUintah theUintah thetJintah
Uintah Indian reservation and cannot cannotbe cannotbe cannotbe
be taken up until the reservation is laopened isopened Isopened
opened The coal is said to be not notquite notquite notquite
quite as good g odas as the product prod ct farther farthersouth farthersouth farthersouth
south and it may be decided to build builda
a branch into Carbon and Emery coun counties counties oounties ¬
ties tiesThe
The Colorado Fuel Iron company companyhas companyhas companyhas
has been paying more attention to toEmery tbs tbjgEmery tbsEmerr
Emery and Iron county fields and is islooking islooking islooking
looking especially for coking coal This Thisexists Thisexists Thisexists
exists in quantities in Emery county countyTJtah countyUtah countyUtah
Utah Fuel Company Active ActiveThe ActiveThe ActiveThe
The Utah Fuel company has been beenreaching beenreaching beenreaching
reaching out Into Emery county for forsome forsome forsome
some time and tracts Including some someof Someof Someof
of the finest coal land in the state have havei hvebeen havebeen
i been secured by representatives s of the thecompan thecompany
I company companyI companWith companyWith
I With the building of the San Pedro PedroContinued PedroContinued PedroContinued
Continued on page p ge 20 2
POISONED POISQN SPRING INSOUTHERN IN SOUThERN NEVADA NEVADASA NEVADACAN
+ CAN 1 AN BERNARDINO Cal Nov No 17 1 17A A party partyof of prospectors prospectors headed by byHenry byHenryArneil +
SA
4 ih ihHenryArneil Henry HenryArneil Arneil who is well known all allover over the desert mining district districthas districthas +
51 has arrived here bringing word of the discovery In southern Nevada Nevadaof Neadof NOvadof +
+ of the remains remalnsof of several people supposed to have been a party of pros prospectors proscto ¬ +
4 pectors pectorsArneil peetorsArneil cto +
ctoArnejIand
+ Arneil ArnejIand and party had been prospecting inNevada in Nevada and were ere on their theirway theirway +
4 way to this city intending to come by thfe th way of Mormon Springs SpringsWhen SpringsVhen +
4 When near ne r what they supposed was Timber mountain they were wet ere at attracted attracted attracted ¬ +
+ tracted to a aspring spring by the luxuriant growth of vegetation veg tatlon around it itwhich itwhich +
4 which could be liesen ese seen n for miles Upon nearing the spring they were star startled startIed ¬ +
4 tIed to find findfirst first a part of a human skeleton and a aUttle little farther on onthere ontheremains there theremains the re remains ¬ +
+ mains of several s severalother ferarother other skeletons showing that quite quita a party had perished perishedAlthough perishedAJthoughthe perishedAlthough +
+ Although AJthoughthe the finding of a human skeleton on the desert d ert is not an anevent anevent anevent +
+ event event that creates much excitement the discovery of the remains rem lns of an anentire anenUre anentire +
+ entire party caused much wonder among the theprospectors prospectors and especially especiallywhen esptnl Uy Uywhen +
4 when they were so near a water supply The cause of oftheir their death was wassoon wassoon wassoon +
soon revealed however No sooner had the members of the party drunk drunkof drunkof +
+ of the waterfrom water from the spring than they were seized with cramps some someof someof someof +
+ of the men suffering intensely Suspecting that t at the water contained a amineral amineral amineral +
+ mineral poison Arneil cautioned his companions not to drink any nn more moreand moreand moreand +
+ and started for forthls this city bringing brln ng with himAsiftmples hims him admoles mples of thewater th the Wtt water er The Thew TheA +
+ 4 w A Jftar terwas was was analyzed J1 hZed by a chemist and proved proveq1obe to be heavily heaUyehared charged with witharsenic witharsenIc 4 4arsenic
+ arsenic arsenIct +
t + t + + + + + + + + + + + + + it + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + t

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