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NOT A QUESTIONI QUESTION QUESTIONOF
I OF MORMONISM MQRMQNISMTaking
4 4Taking
Taking of Testimony in the Trial Trialof Trialof TrialIf
If of Hooper Young YoungPRISONER YoungPRISON YoungPRSONtR
PRISONER PRISON R IS UNCONCERNED UNCONCERNEDNO
9 9NO
NO DEVELOPMENTS OP iA A SEN SENSATIONAL SENSATIONAL sENTIONAL ¬
SATIONAL TIONAL NATURE NATUREEO NATUEEMEV 1 1N
MEV EO < YORK Feb 6 6The The twelfth twelfthJ
N I N J juror j ror was secured today In the thetrial thetrial thetrial
trial of William Hooper Young Youngcharged YounSchargcd Youngcharged
charged with the the murder of Mrs Anna AnnaPulitzer AnnaPuUtzer AnnaPulitzer
Pulitzer last September and Assistant AssistantDistrict AssistantDIstrIct AssistantDistrict
District Attorney Clark began his pres presentation p pe peentatlon t tentation ¬
entation of the case An alienist aUenl t em employed employed employed ¬
ployed by the defense sat near Young Youngand Youngand Youngand
and prepared evidence which he is to togive toslve togive
give later on In his address Mr Clark Clarksaid ClarksaId Clarksaid
said saidWe We Va dont care what his name Is or orthat I Ithat Ithat
that he is the grandson of Brigham BrighamYoung BrighamYoung BrighamYoung
Young We dont care if he Is a Mor Mormon Mormon Mor1flon ¬
mon or not The religious question has hasnothing hasnothing has1lothkng
nothing to do WIth the case caseCounsel caseCounsel caseCounsel
Counsel outlined the story of the dis disappearance disappearance disappearance ¬
appearance of Mrs Pulitzer and of the thefinding thefinding
finding of the body of the woman in inthe inthe Inthe I
the Morris canal of its Identification Identificationby
by her husband and the evidence upon uponwhich uponhieh uponhlch
which hieh they expect to convict Young YoungTook YoungTook YoungFook
Took No Interest InterestYoung InterestYoung InterestYoung
Young looked better today but butt03k butt03kvi took tookthe tookno
vi no Interest in the proceedings Most of ofthe ofthe
the time he sat with his head restln restlnon resting restingon
on a table and with his eyes closed closedThe closedThe closedThe I
The trunk found in Chicago which con contained contained conaincd ¬
tained some of the clothing worn by byMrs bylIrs bydrs
Mrs drs Pulitzer at the time of her disap disappearance dlsappc
pearance pc > arance was brought Into the court courtt courttoday courttoday
4 t today todayAt todayAt todayAt
At the conclusion of Mr Clarks ad address address address ¬
dress the taking of testimony was be begun begun begun ¬
gun gunDaniel Daniel F Powell who found the body bod bodot bOdYo
01 o Mrs Pulitzer related the incidents incidentsand In Incidentsand Cld ents
and described the locality localityOther localityOther localityother
Other witnesses told of the finding findingand findingand findingand I
and disposal of the body and identified identifiedthe
the weight and strap which had been beenattached beenattached beenattached
attached to It ItVictims itVictims I IVictims
Victims Brother Testifies TestifiesMr
Mr Neilson the 15yearold brother brotherof
of the murdered woman identified a ashirt ashirt ashirt
shirt waist alleged to have been be n found foundin
in the trunk James R Lynch a po poJlieman poit poileeman
Jlieman testified that he saw a man manassisted manassisted manassisted
it
assisted by the bell boy of the house housecarry housecarry housecarry
carry a trunk from the Clarence apart apartment apartnlfnt apart3nfnt ¬
ment house and load it In a buggy at atabout atBb atabut
about Bb ut 9SO iO oclock on the eveniij even evenii t of ofSept ofSept ofSept
Sept 17 The trunk looked like the theone theonE theone
one in court courtJames courtJ courtJmes
James J mes J Moore a youthful employe employeof
of o the livery stable where the buggy buggywas buggywas buggyvas
was hired identified IdentUiedYoung Young as the man manwho manWho manho
who ho hired It at about 6 pm p m on Sept Septa
1 When the assistant district attor attorney attornEY attorney ¬
ney told Young to hold up his head headthat headthat headthat
that the witness might see him himYoung himYoung himYoung
Young took no notice of the command commandand commandand commandand
and it was necessary for his lawyers lawyersto
to take him forcibly by the chin and andlift and11ft andlift
lift his hgad h ad from the table tableThere tableThere tableThere
There v3 vt tts no crossexamlnation and andthen andthen andthen
then Moorewas Moore was vas dismissed dismissedJustice dismissedJustice dismissedJustice
Justice Kerrick adjourned court until untilMonday until1Ionday untilMonday
Monday MondayTHREEHOUR 1IondayTHREE MondayTHREEHOUR
V
THREEHOUR THREE UR V WRANGLE WRANGLEHouse WRANGL WRANGLHouse
House and Senate Conferees Dis Discuss Discuss Discuss ¬
cuss Department of Com Commerce Commerce Cornmerce ¬
merce Bill BillWashington Billashlnglon BillWashlngthn
Washington Feb 6 GThe The conferees o othe or orthe ofthe
the senate and house on the department departmentof
of commerce bill approached very near neartho nearthp
1 the point of agreement on the bill today todayV
V but adjourned to meet tomorrow without withoutentirely withoutcnUrt withoutentirely
entirely cnUrt > Y finishing their work They were werein werlIn werefri
in session about three hours the greater greaterpart greaterpart greaterpart
part of the time being belngspent spent In an effort effortto
to adjust the differences on the question questionns
ns to whether the president should be beBlvcn beghcn begtvtn
Blvcn power to transfer the Interstate Interstatecommerce Interstatecommercecommlsslon Interstatecommerce
commerce commercecommlsslon commission to the proposed de department deJartmentas dePartmellt ¬
partment Jartmentas as provided by the house bill billMuh bUll1Lh bill3ii
Muh 3ii Ii feeling was manifested over the thematter themattr theznatter
matter and the controversy became so soimimated sol soemmated
imimated l at one time that the voices ot otthe otthf ofthE
the conferees could be plainly beard In Inthe Inth Inth
th adjoining corridors corridorsWhen corridorsVhen corridorsWhen
When the meeting began the trust pro proMsjfn pros proisia
Msjfn s n of the bill was taken up immedi immediately Immedlatelv immediatels ¬
ately No tlma tIm was lost in reaching reachln an anagreement anogreement anagreement
agreement on that point olnt The differences differenceswere dlfferenceWerE dIterenceacre
were adjusted by the acceptance of the theNelson theElson theNelson
Nelson Elson amendment with aportion of the thehouse thehOlise thehouse
house provision added The conferees confereesthen conrereesthen confereesthea
then sought to come to an understand understanding ¬
ing on the question of transferring the theInterstate thelnt theintcrstata
Interstate lnt rJtate commerce commission to the thenew thenew the1rw
new department At first there appeared appearedji
II ji strong probabllltv of coming to an Im Immediate ImJnEdlate immediate ¬
mediate understanding on this point as asttu asth astlv
ttu th house conferees confer e consented without withoutmaking withoutmaking withoutmaking
making any objections to the elimina elimination ellmlnaUon ellminatim ¬
tim of of the specific mention of the com commission commission cornmission ¬
mission The bill as passed by b the house housenuthorlzes houseIluthorizes houseziuthorizes
nuthorlzes tho president to transfer to toth toth toth
th < proposed department the whole or orany orany orany
any part of any an office bureau division divisionor
or other branch of the public service en enBased engaged no noagEd
Based In statistical or scientific work or orthe orthE ortin
the Interstate commerce commission commissionThE
ThE senate conferees moved to strike strikeOiit strikeOt strikeott
Oiit the words referring to the commis commission commission commiaston ¬
sion and after some objections the rep representative reprCspntatIvcs representatives ¬
resentative of the house assented assentedtft assentedIt
It was then sUfgested suggested that the trans transiN translet
let of the commission might be accom accomplished accomtlIshd accompushed ¬
pushed under the general authority given givento givento
to tr transfer bureaus engaged In statis statistical statisticat statistical ¬
tical work As the business of the th Inter Interstate interstatE Interstate ¬
state commerce commission Is largely of ofthat ofthat oftIAat
that character an effort will be made so soto soto soto
to amend the language of the provision provisionas
prohibit that re result refmlt resuit
as is to prevent and even ¬
suit It was at this point that the meet meetins mettinS mootin
ins in came to a close closeDEADLOCK closeo4
o4 o4DEADLOCK 0 0DEADLOCK
DEADLOCK IN OREGON OREGONTulton OREGONFulton V Vrulton
Fulton Is High Bigian Man But Is Shy a aSalem aFewVotes aFe
FewVotes FewVotess1Ic Fe Votes VotesSalem
Salem s1Ic > m Ore Feb 6 CBoth Both houses of the thelegislature thelgislature thelegislature
legislature adjourned today until Mon Monday Monday Monday ¬
day notwithstanding the ruling rulln of the thepresident theprt thepresident
president prt > sldent of tho senate a week ago that thatth thattho thatth
th tho statuto required a vote to be taken takenfor takenfor takenfor
for United nlted States senator on every day dayof dayof dayof
of the week except Sunday SundayThe SundeThe SundayThe
The ballot for United States senator senatorshownl senatorsJ1I1fl senatorsvied
shownl no change today and tho opinion opinionprevails opinionprvalls opinionprevails
prevails that It will be an allsession flsht flshtan ffbtdnd fizht4rd
an dnd < J perhaps result finally Ir h no election electionC
C W V Fulton has thirtyfour votes votescrouch votescrouch otes otescvough
crouch cvough V to prevent an election unless the theremaining thertmalnIng therema1nin
remaining Republicans and Democrats Democratscombine Democratsomb1ne DcmocratambIne
combine mbIne which is highly improbable The TheFulton TbeFulton TheFuiton
Fulton people claim that two or three threemembers threenumbors threemembers
members will come over at some future futureV4 futureme futuredme
V4 dme me but granting that this is true he heJf heIt hef
f Jf Wl c1 It still be eight votes short of election electionX
X The Multnomah delegation of nineteen nineteenI nineteenJTfmbers nineteennmbers
J JTfmbers is still unable to unite on a cun cunddate mnddate
I ddate and meanwhile distributes its itsvotts Itsot itsvot
votts vot ot s among halt a dozen Multnomah Multnomahcounty Multnomahcount MuItnomaicounty
county count men me Only two weeks of the ses session sesSJon seasion ¬
sion remain remainSTTGAH remainSUGAR remainSUGAB
p
SUGAR GOES DOWN DOWNNew DOWNNtw DOWNNew
New York Feb 8 GTbe The price of eagle eagleranulated cagleranulated eaglegranulated
ranulated refined sugar In twopound twopoundSugar twopoundags twoPoundiags
iags ags has been lowered br b the American AmericanSJgar AmericanSugar
Sugar Refining company o tolats to toV toPEkISHED SSO SSOPEBISHED oSOPE
V
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
+ PEBISHED PE USHED IN SNOWSLIDE SNOWSLEDEf SNOWSLIDEDenver + +
+ V + 4
4 f Denver Feb 6 6A A special to the theNews theNews + f
+ News from Ouray Colo Cob says saysLouis + f ff
+ 4 f Louis Leslie a prominent mining miningf mIningman miningman +
+ f man of the Ut San Juan country was waslaught wascaught + f ff
+ f caught in a n snowslide near Ophlr Ophlrtoday + f
4 today and Is supposed suppos c1 to have havelerlshed + f fperished
4 perished A large force Is search searchf searching + 4V +
V + f Ing for his body bodyt H +
r + + + + + 1 t + + + + + + + v4e + + + + + +
LANSDOWNE IS ISTHE ISTHE ISTHE
THE SCAPEGOAT SCAPEGOATForeign
4 4Foreign
Foreign Secretary Blamed For ForIllwill ForlIIwill Forillwill
Illwill of Uncle Sam SamigO SamTOO
1
TOO HARSH WITH VENEZUELA VENEZUELAAIASKATT VENEZUElt VEEZUELAAIIASKAN
V
t
AIASKATT S r BOTJNPABY TREATY TREATYPAILS TREATY TREATYA TREATYPAIIJSVIN
PAILS PAIIJSVIN A 2N CONSEQUENCE mCONSEQUENCELONDON CONSEQUENCEfONDON CONSEQUENCET
T ONDON Feb 6 6Tbe The announcement announcementfrom announcementfrom announcementL
fONDON
LONDON L from Washington that the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States senate will not ratify the theAlaskan theAlaslmn theAlaskan
Alaskan boundary treaty is attributed attributedin
in some quarters to the exasperation exasperationcreated exasperationcrea exasperationcreathd
created crea d in the United States by Eng Englands Englllnds Englands ¬
lands attitude in the Venezuelan ques question question question ¬
tion tionThe V
The liberal organs characterize charact rlze the thebreakdown thebreakdown thebreakdown
breakdown of the negotiations the suc success succeSs ¬
cess of which w ich was trumpeted with such suchvigor suchvior suchvIgor
vigor by the ministerial press as an another anot anOther ¬
other ot er shock to the prestige of the for foreign ioreign forelgn ¬
eign office officeThe omceThe officeThe
The Daily Daf y News says The most in insecure insecure insecure ¬
secure fabric British popularity with withthe withthe withthe
the Americans has sustained a dam damaging damaging damaging ¬
aging blow in connection withthe with the Ven Venezuelan Venezuelan Yenezuelan ¬
ezuelan affair affairForeign affairForeIgn affairForeign
Foreign Secretary Lansdowne Is Isurged lifurged l lurged
urged tq t study the history and nation national ¬
al character of the United States be before before before ¬
fore embarking on his next trans transAtlantic transAtlantic transAtlantic
Atlantic venture ventureMATTER ventureMATTER V VV VMATTER
e V
MATTER OF AUTHORITY AUTHORITYMAY AUTHORITVMAY AUTHORITYV V
MAY CAUSE A CLASH CLASHSpecial CLASHSpecial CLASHSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldBoise HeraldBoIse HeraldBoise
Boise Feb 6 GPresIdent President Olden of the thechamber theohamber thechamber
chamber of commerce states that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the chamber will have the dispo disposition disposition disposition ¬
sition of the CaldwellBoise right rightof rightof righto
of o way and that R L Costigan and andhis andhis andhis
his associate of Minneapolis applied appliedin
in December fo tht same on the sam sam2terms samterms samsterms
terms now offered by Banker Howard HowardSebree HowaIdSebree HowardSebree
Sebree of Caldwell Both parties agree agreeto agreto
to immediately coistruct an electric electricrailway electricrailway electricrailway
railway thirty thlrtymlles miles long connecting connectingBoise connectingBoIse connectingBoise
Boise with the Short Line at Caldw CaldwrIl CaldwrIlThe CaldweiiThe ll llThe
The chamber will hold a meeting soon soonto soonto soonto
to consider the proposition The trus trustees trttttees truutees ¬
tees of the right of way have called a ameeting ameeting ameeting
meeting for Wednesday night to con consider consider consider ¬
sider Sebrees offer There may 1e a aclash aclash aclash
clash between the chamber and andtrustees the thetrustees Lhetrustees
trustees as to authority authorityMARY authorityMARY authorityMARY
MARY MLANE REFUSES REFUSESOFFER REFUSESOFFER REFUSESOFFER
OFFER TO GO ABROAD ABROADAnaconda ABROADAnaconda ABROADAnaconda
Anaconda Mont Feb 6 GAn An Inter Intermountain Intermountain Intermountain
mountain special from Boston says saysMary saysMary saysMary
Mary McLane of Butte has declined declinedan
an a offer frdm an eastern publishing
house to go to Europe and write her herImpressions herImpressions herimpressions
Impressions for publication The young
Montana authoress is living quietly in inthe Inthe inthe
the Back Bay district and is engaged engagedIn
In literary work workIt workIt wOrkIt
It is Issaldshefs said she Is at atwork work on a drama dramawfilch dramawfilch dramaWhich
wfilch she thinks will attract more at attention attention attention ¬
tention than her book and will bring
her a larger pecuniary jewatd jewatdNOW Wd WdNOW rd rdNbw
NOW ITSTHE ITS ITSTHEJANITORS ITSTHEJANITORS1arge tHE JANITORS JANITORSlarge
Office Buildings in Chicago ChicagoWill ChicagoWill ChicagoWill
Will Be Uninhabitable UninhabitableAfter UninhabitableAfter UninhabitableV UninhabitableAfter
V After Today TodayChicago TodayChIcago TodayChicago
Chicago Feb 6 GTenants Tenants In large lar e office officebuildings offIcebuildings officebuildings
buildings found considerable inconveni inconvenience Inconventence ¬
ence today owing to the strike of elevator elevatorconductors elevatorcoiRluctors
conductors conguctors who with starters janitors janitorsand janitorsand
and window washers are seeking to en enforce enforce ¬
force domination of their unions by the theBuilding theBuilding
Building Managers association The rup rupport rupf support
port from the coal teamsters threatens e to toleave toleave
leave f et the buildings i d tl tlaW In aW darkness e and with without wlthout 1t 1tout ¬
out heat heatAt heatAt heatAt
At the conference between the Build Building BuildIng Building ¬
ing Managers association and the repre representatives representatives representatives ¬
sentatives of the strikers the th former formerbody formerbody formerbody
body offered to arbitrate the difficulty difficultyIf
If the men would return to work This Thisthe Thisthe
the strikers refused declaring that they theyhave theyhave theyhave
have been trying to arbitrate the matter matterfor matterfor matterfor
for the past six months without any re resuit resuIt resuit >
suit and that the difference had now nowreached nowreached nowreached
reached a stage where It could only be beadjusted beadjusted beadjusted
adjusted by the Building Managers asso association association assoelation ¬
ciation acceding to all the demands of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the strikers strikersThe strIkersThe strikersThe
The local teamsters have been notified notifiedby notifiedb notifiedby
by b their iJlnlon nlon to stop the delivery of coal coalat coalat coalat
at the buildings where the elevator men menare menare menare
are out As several of these buildings buildingshave bulldlnJShave buildingshave
have but one days da s supply of fuel on hand handPATTI handthey handthey
they will be without heat and light by bytomorrow bytomorrow
tomorrow night unless the strike is set settJe settied
tJe tied
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
+ PATTI COMING COMINGSpecial COMINGSveclal COMINGt +
t Special to The Herald HeraldLondon HeraldLondon + +
1 + London Feb 6 6Adelini Adelini Patti Pattihas Pattihas Pattihas +
+ has finally finall i signed a a contract for fortslxty + f ffsixty
4 fsixty sixty concerts in America com comf commencing cornmencing +
+ f mencing Nov 3 next nextSalt nextSalt +
+ 4 Salt Lake will get two concerts + f
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
San Francisco Feb Fob 6 6In In View of the theaction th theaction
action of the t be conference of S state tat boards boardsof
of health held recently In Washington TYashingtonwhich Washingtonwhich Washingtonwhich I
which declared that bubonic plague ex exclal exIsted oxisted
Isted In San Francisco the commer commercial commercmi
clal organizations of San Francisco Franciscohave j J
have held a meeting and adopted reso resoiutions resolutlons resolutions
iutions urging the governor governpr of the state stateand stateand stateand
and city officials to cooperate with the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States marine hospital service serviceThe i iThe I IThe
The resolutions which were adopted adoptedby
by a Joint committee representing the theCalifornia theCalltornla theCalifornia
California state board of trade San SanFrancisco j i
Francisco bdard b boardof ard pf trade San Francis FrancisCo i ico I Ico
co chamber of commerce commerce Merchants MerchantsAssociation MerchantsAssociation MerchantsAssociation
Association of San Francisco Mer Merchants Merchants Merchants ¬
chants Exchange of San Francisco FranciscoManutacturers FranciscoManufacturers j
Manufacturers and Producers Asso1 Asso1ciations Asso Associations
ciations of California and the Califor Californla Cal1fornla CaliforIda
nla promotion promOtlonVCOmmitteeV committee recite the fact factthat factthat
that but ninetythree cases have been beenreported beenreported j jreported I
reported by all health authorities dur durJnr durIfIg durrg
Jnr rg a period of thirtyfive months and andtnat andthat andthat
that the last case reported was Dec 11
1902 and conclude oncludeas as follows
+ V V V VV COMIHG1F1bGO1NG COMIHG1F1bGO1NGV V IN tlf D1 30JN6 V V V V V J
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two Views of Saft S Sartgakes il KeVGrvfef K G Chief i i oflPolice of f Folice Police
OGDEN FAPTORY FA FATORYBtiRNS FATORYBtiRNSOne TORYB BURNS BURNSOne RNS RNSOne
One of Citys largest Canneries CanneriesTotally CanneriesTotally CanneriesTotally
Totally Destroyed DestroyedOrigin estroyedTOriginof Origin of ofthe ofthe
the Fire Unknown UnknownSpecial UnknownSpe Unkn wn wnSpecial I
Special Spe ial to The HeraM HeraMOgden HerareOgden HeratdOgden
Ogden Feb 7 7The The McKinney canning canningfactory cannIngfactory canningfactory
factory located at the corner of Twenty Twentyfirst Twentyfirst Twentyfirstand
first firstand and Wall avenue av nue caught fire about aboutU
U oclock ocl cklastnlght last night and burned fiercely fiercelyuntil fiercelyuntil fiercelyuntil
until 3 oclock this morning The fac factory factory factory ¬
tory and machinery together with a large largeseasons largestock largestock
stock of canned goods practically the theseasons theseasons
seasons output and also a lot o ot box boxwood boxwood boxwood ¬
wood empty cans labels and other ma material materIal materlal ¬
terial are almost a total loss The origin originof
of the fire is unknown but Fire Chief ChiefGraves ChleGraves ChiefGraves
Graves inclines In Unes to the belief that it was wasthe wa wathe wasthe
the work of an incendiary
There had been no fires in the boilers boilersor
or In any part of the building for week weekaThe weekThe weeksThe
The building Is a tin roofed structure structurewith structurewith structurewith
with walls partly of brick and partly or orwood orwood orwood
wood and the Interior of o the structure structureseemed structureseemed structureseemed
seemed to be all aflame when the fire firewas firewas firewas
was discovered The blaze leaped high In Inthe Inthe inthe
the air lighting up the th entire region r gl9n for formany formany formany
many blocks around The heatwas In Intense Intense Intense ¬
tense and it seemed se med as If the streams of ofwater atwater ofwater
water poured Into the building during the thefirst thefirst
first hour had almost no effect The Thetin Thetin Thetin
tin roof roo also made it i very awkward to toget toget toget
get at the seat of the fire while the great greatheat greatbeat greatheat
heat made the work of the firemen diffi difficult dlfncult difficult ¬
cult and dangerous A lot of boxwood boxwoodstored bQxwoollstored boxwooastored
stored In the west section of the building buildingburned buildingburned buildingburned
burned longest and the fire in this part parti partwas partwas
i was not under control until about 130 130this 130this 130this
this morning It was not extinguished extinguisheduntil
until near daylight daylightThe daylightIhe daylightThe
The McKinney factory was one of the theprincipal theprincipal theprincipal
principal canning factories of the county countyThe countyrhe countyThe
The machinery was of considerable value valueand valueand valueand
and the output for this season was quite quiteheavy quiteheavy quiteheavy
heavy It is understood that most ot otIt otit 01It
It was unsold During the excitement excitementseveral excitementseveral excitementseveral
several alarms were sent in after the thefire thefire thefire
fire department had reached the scene sceneThese sceneThese sceneThese
These alarms were sent in by citizens citizensfrom citizensfrom citizensfrom
from various points who were excited excitedover excitedover excitedover
over the great glare that overspread th thneighborhood the theneighborhood
neighborhood and who turned In the sig signals signals signals ¬
nals without due investigation This Thiscaused Thiscaused Jhlscaused
caused the Idea to prevail for a time that thata
a general attempt was being made to toburn toburn toburn I
burn the city elt by b starting fires at various variousdistricts variousdistricts variousdistricts
districts but investigation revealed that thavthere thatthere thatthere
there was but one fire This however howeverwas howeverwas howeverwas
was a bad one one of the worst in years yearsNo yearsNo yearsNo
No definite figures could be obtained obtainedthis obtainethis
this morning as to the amount amou t of loss lossMr lossMr lossMr
Mr McKinney was wascnot snot ot to be found foundaround founaaround foundaround
around the scene of oFtbe of the fire or at his hishome hishome hishome
home A rough estimate of the total loss lossplaces lossplaces lossplaces
places it at about 8500 It is known knownthat knownthat knownthat
that there Is 1 > some insurance The fire firedepartment firedepartment firedepartment
department stretched two lines of hOse noseboth hOseboth hoseboth
both from the corner of Twentyfirst Twentyfirststreet Twentyfirststreet Twentyfirststreet
street and Wall avenue bqt did not have havesufficient havesufficient havesufficient
sufficient hose to o stretch another line lineHEAVY linee lineHEAVY lineEEAVY
e
HEAVY LOSS ENTAILED ENTAILEDTucson ENTAILEDTuesm NTAILEDTucs
Tucson Tucs n Ariz Feb 6 GThe The tieup of the therailroad therailroad therailroad
railroad of the Cananea Copper company companyIs
Is complete Not a single man remains at atwork atwork atwork
work The smelters are Idle and It is es estimated estlmatEd estimated ¬
timated that the cost to the company companyfrom companyfrom companyfrom
from failure to run the smelters Is 15000per 15000per 15000 15000per
per day Superintendent Burchard held helda
a conference with U committee of the thestrikers thestrikers thestrikers
strikers today but no agreement was wasreached wasrtached wasreached
reached reachedROOSEVELT rtachedROOSEVELT reachedROOSEVELT
a
ROOSEVELT HAS A COLD COL3JWashington COLDWashington
Washington Feb 6 President Roose Roosevelt Roosevelt Itoosevelt ¬
I velt Is suffering from the effects of a acold acold acold
cold It has not incapacitated him and andhe andbe andhe
he is attending to his usual duties with without ¬
out serious seriousfncQnvcnlence inconvenience but he is istroubled isI
I troubled by b hoarseness This hls Is yielding yIeldlnsI
to treatment however
I
SAN FRANCISCO MERCHANTS WILL WILLCAMPAIGN V VV
V CAMPAIGN CAMPAIGNAGAINSI AGAINST TflEPLAGUE ThE PLAGUE PLAGUE
Resolved That this merchants m e rchants joint jointgovernor jointcommittee I
committee hereby str strobly nJ br urges the tJlegovernor thegovernor
governor of the statetnd state d the mayor mayorand mayorand mayorand
and supervisors of San Francisco to totake totake i
take such steps at once as shall secure securea
a prompt cooperation of the boards of ofhealth othealth ofhealth I
health of the city and state under the thesupervision thesupervision thesupervision
supervision of the United UnltedStates States marine
hospital service to the end that all alldanger alldanger i
danger from bubonic plaguejnay be beeradicated bel beleradicated beeradicated
eradicated that all fears ot a infection infectionmay Infectionmay lnIectioiimay
may be beremoved removed that the confidence of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the boards of health of other states statesand statesand statesand
and territories terrltor V may be restored and andthat andthat andthat
that no injury however remote may mayresult mayresult mayresult
result to the foreign and Interstate Interstatecommerce interstatecommerce Interstatecommerce
commerce and to this end we Ve hereby herebypledge herebypledge herebypledge
pledge to the officials of the he state and andcity andcIt antIcity
city cIt every aid and supportof the e vari various varibus van vanbus ¬
bus ous commercial bodies which whl jib h we rep represent ¬
resent resentSigned resentSigned resen t V VSigned
Signed SignedMERCANTILE SignedIERCANTILEJOINT SignedMERCANTILE
MERCANTILE IERCANTILEJOINT JOINT COMMITTEE COMMITTEEFRANK COl11UXTEEFRANK COMMITTEEV
V FRANK J SYM2VEES SYl rES Chairman ChairmanI
I L M 1 KING Secretary V
FABULOUS RICHES HES IN A MEXICAN MINE MINEEL MIN
4 1 T EL PASO Tex Feb 6 6Edard Edward M f Sturges a prospector prospector from a min mm 4 4r s sJ
J r I ing district in Mexico near Douglas Ariz reports a tremendous trpmend us usgold usgold = + 4 4gold
gold strike In the Terres mountains about forty miles mll s from frolnOos Cos ter termlnts tenmIna 4
+ minus of the th Nacozari Nacozarlrallrood railroad Sturges Is here and claims to t have taken takenout 4
4 out 150000 gold in the last six weeks weeksHis V VBin +
+ His outfit only worked the very richest of deposits depo lts by theold the old system ystemor st m mof + f
+ of robbing the veins He says the vein can be tracedthroughthree traced through three threehlUs threehills +
+ hills Samples of ore oreare are said to run as high as 3600 ounces of gold to totbe tothe 4 +
+ the ton worth 72000 72000There V +
4 There is great excitement at Douglas and a stampede has begun to tothe tothe + t
+ the vicinity of the trike V +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + t + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
Nl661f NI66fjP1N r IN i THE WOODPILE WOODPILESenator WtJOl Pl
Senator MorganAlleges Qrgan Alre es That the 10000000 10 000 000 Authorized by the theCanal theV theCariiI I IC
V Canal C nilTreaty Treaty Will Go to the Insurgents and andV andSays andA
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V > Says War Is I s Inevitable Inevitablet V
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TTJASHINGTON tIT ASHINGTON Feb Feb6For 6 6For For a ayy aVV avv
VV time t today in Inthesenate the senate itlooked itlookedas it looked
V V as though hough the question uestlon of the theconstruction theconstruction theconstruction I
construction of an isthmian canal canalwould I Iwould Iwould
would would be be discussed in open session Mr MrMorgan MrMorgan j jMorgah
Morgan spoke on his resolution Intro introduced introduced J Jduced
duced yesterday callingon calling on on the secre secretary secretary secretary
tary of the navy for correspondence correspondenceregarding correspondenceregarding correspondenceregarding
regarding the military occupation of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the bays of Panama and Colon He had hadnot haqnot ha4not
not proceeded far however when Mr MrCullom MrCullom MrCullom
Cullom who had been be n following him himclosely himcloselY himclosely
closely interrupted him with w th a a motion motionfor motIonfor motionfor
for an executive session which Mr MrMr MrMorgan MrMorgan
Morgan resisted The chairoyeruled chairoyeruledMr chair overuled overuledMr
Mr Morgans objecuor bjeqUo2id ttnd the doors doorswere doorswere doorswere
were closed closedMr closedMr V VMr
Mr Morgan continuing his remarks remarksIn
In executive session alleged that the
10000000 which the United States paid paidto
to Colombia would go to the insurg insurgents insurgentsWheifopen insurgentsWhexiopen
Wheifopen session was resumed res m d Mr MrMorgan MrMorgan MrMorgan
Morgan predictedthat predicted that if the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States continued its policy with ref1 ref1erence ref reference reference
erence to the construction of an an Isth Istlimian Isthmian ¬
mian canal war with Colombia was as in inevitaTble Inevitable inevItalle
evitable evitaTbleAftgr evitableAfr evItalleAftr I
Aftgr Afr Aftr Mr Ir Kean had spoken a short shorttime shorttlme shorttimeTn
time timeTn in opposition to the statehood bill billthe bl11the5enate billthe
the the5enate jsenate enate adjourned outof ouCofresp respect r Ejidht ct to tothe tothe tothe
the memory memoryof of the late Representative RepresentativeMoody RepresentatIveMoody RepresentativeMoody
Moody of North Carolina who diedyes diedyesterday diedyesterday diedyesterday
terday terdayAfter terdayAfter terdayAfter
After the doors closed for the theexecu theexecutive execu executive executhee ¬
tive session Mr Morgan speaking sp klng es especially especlally ¬
pecially of the irregularities which he heWILL heWilL heWILL
WILL ESCAPE ARREST ARRESTBlame ARR ARRESTBlame ST STBlame
Blame For the Southern Pacific PacificWreck PacificWreck PacificWreckPlac
Wreck WreckPlac Placed Plac d Upon Oper Operator Operator Operator
ator Clough CloughTucson CloughTucson V
Tucson Ariz Feb C GOne One ofthe of the coro coroners coroners coroners ¬
ners juries the Culver jury today t da ren Vrendered rendered rendered
dered a verdict in the matter tnatterofthe tnatteroftheSouthern > of the theSouthern
Southern Pacific wreck atEsmond at Esmond The Thajury Th Thjury Thejury
jury found that fourteen bodies were weretaken weretaken
taken from the wreck three of which whichthey whichthey
they were able to Identify Identlfyand and eleven of ofwhich ofwhich ofwhich
which are unknown to them It com completely completely cornpletely ¬
pletely exonerated Conductor Parker and aliathe andthe nd ndthe
the train crew of No No7 7 the th westbound westboundpassenger westbounapassenger westboundpassenger
passenger and placed the responsibility responsibilityupon res onslbUity I Iupon
upon Operator Clough of Vails who whothey whothey I Ithey
they say received two orders to be de delivered delivered < f fUvered ¬
livered to Conductor Parker of No o 7 7but 7but t tbut
but only gave him one His failure to toreceive toreceive toreceive
receive the second order resulted in the thecollision thecoJJislon thecollision
collision between trains Nos 7 7 and 8 8The 8The SThe
The Richey jury is expected torender torenderUs to render renderits genderits
its verdict tomorrow 1C I is h freely pre predicted predicted protlicted ¬
dicted that this jury will place the re responsibility responsibility respousibility ¬
sponsibility on both dough and Parker ParkerDistrict ParkerDistrict ParkerDistrict
District Attorney Dale said that np npVarrant nOarran npI
I Varrant arran arranI would be Issued for doughs Cloughsar Cloughsarrcst ar arrest antest ¬
rest as far as he was concerned concern In I the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first place he added his whereabouts ar art11known areV areVvnknown r runknown
unknown and it Is extremely treme > ly doubtful 4t 4ts
s conviction could bo obtained If he h were werearrested werearrested werearrested
arrested and Indicted IndictedCRUSHED IndictedCRUSHED V VV VV VCRUSHED
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CRUSHED BY FALLING WALLS WALLSThree WALtSThre WALLSThree
Three Workmen Killed and Several SeveralInjured SeverarInjured SeveraYInjured
Injured at Buffalo BuffaloBuffalo BuffaloBuffalo Buifa1oBuftalo
Buffalo N Y Feb 6 GWhlIe While workmen workmenwere workmenwere workmenwere
were tearing down an old tannery plant planthera plantbera planthers
hers today the archways archwa s in the thelQwo thelQwoDart thnVlOWornart lower lowercart
cart of the building collapsed and buried burieda
a number Of workmen workmenThe workmenThe workmenThe
The following laborers were killed killedFrank ldIledFrank killedFrank
Frank Peluce PeluceJoseph PeluceJoseph PeluceJoseph
Joseph Schonlka SchonlkaWilliam SchonlkaVllUam SchonikaWilliam
William Young YoungThe V VV VThe V
The inured iniuredJohn inuredJohn lnluredJohn
John Snyder skull fractured fr ctured Charles CharlesHagel Charlesd CharlesBagel
Bagel both legs crushed r forehead foreheadbrose foreheadcrushed <
Wr erc ic eit eitbrose
crushed d Fred p Parker scalp wound ou Am Ambrose
brose Mobcr Mob r leg broken brokenNOW brok n V VV VV VV V
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V NOW A PRIVATE CITIZEN CITIZENBesignation CITIZENResignation CITIZENBosignation
Resignation of ofCaptath Captain Eolbon l1ob1on1as l1ob1on1asBeen Boon Has BanBeen HasBeen
Been Accepted AcceptedWashington AcceptedWashington V V
Washington Feb C GNa 0Naval Naval a1 Constructor ConstructorRichmond CoxistructorRichmond oJ1struelorRlcbmon4
Richmond P Hobsons Hobs us resignation has hasbeenaccepted hasbeen hasbeen
beenaccepted been accepted by b S Secretary retar Moody who whohas whohas whohas
has written Mr fr Hobson as follows followsThe followsThe ollowsThe
The department acknowledges receipt receiptof
of your resignation reslgnn Uon tendered tenderedJ Jan29 an 29 29l
1203 l also ts your telegram eeffi of Feb Feb45dec1in Feb45dec1ining B pi declin declining decllnYour ¬
ing to t reconsider d the same sameYour sameYour
Your resignation reslgnutlonfrom from the United UnitedStates lnltei1States UnitedStates
States navy Is accepted to take effect effectfrom ctectfrom effectfrom
from this date Feb < > 1300 1300ROBBER 1O 1OROBBER
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ROBBER COAL DEALERS DEALERSFINED DEALERSFINED DEALERSFINED
FINED BY OHIO COURT COURTDelaware COURTDelaware COURTDelaware
Delaware 0 Feb 6 GSeven Seven coal deal dealers dealegs eal ealeJS ¬
ers of this city Inflicted In lcted for violation of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the state antitruste law pleaded guilty guiltytoday guiltytoday guiltytoday
today and Judge Coyner imposed a fine fineof thi thiot fineof
of 100 and costs upon each The defend defendants defendants defendants ¬
ants composed tbe Delaware Delaw 1e Coal Deal Dealers DealersassociatIon Dealens ¬
ers ersassociatIon association recently recentJ disbanded disbandedSEVERE disbandedSEVEJ1E disbandedV
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SEVERE EABEHQTJAXE EABEHQTJAXEKingston EAItTIIQUA101Kingston EATEQUAXLKingston
Kingston Jamaica Feb 6 sA A p severe severeearthquake > ve0 ve0earthquake fi fiearthmlal
earthquake > c accompanied by loud ruin rnniblings rtunbUngSwas ruinblings
blings bUngSwas iwas was felt in the western w sterupa1t part of ofthis Ofthis r rthlSc
this tSbndlast island last night ht
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said characterized the government go rnment of ofPanama ofPanama
Panama He did not however do this thisuntil thisuntU thisUntil
until he had spoken of the course eo urse of the thesenate thesenate
senate in closing the doors while he was wasdiscussing wasdiscussing wasdiscussing I
discussing his resolution He said he lieconsidered heconsidered heconsidered
considered himself as good a judge as asany asan asany
any an one of the proprieties connected connectedwith connectedwith connectedwith
with executive matters He had not notviolated notviolated notviolated
violated those proprieties and did not notintend notintend notintend
intend to do so He expressed the theopinion theopinion theopinion
opinion that a question of such im importance importance importance ¬
portance as the construction of an in interoceanic interoceanic intenoceanic ¬
teroceanic canal in which the entire entireworld entireworld entireworld
world is Interested should be openly openlydebafed openlYde openlydebafed
debafed de at d and nd he announced annou d his inten intention Intention intention ¬
tion of offering a motion to that effect effectin efIectintbe effect1ntbe
in intbe tbe senate senateReplying sen eitateVV eitateVRuplyingVVtfl te teR V
Replying R plYirigtOt4eserem to these remarks rks Mr euf euflom Cullom Cu Culom
lom said that he had not intended any anyaffront anyaffront anyaffront
affront to Mr Morgan in asking that thatthe thattbe thatthe
the doors be closed and that he had hadmade hadmade hadmade
made the request only because of the thetetters thelatters thelatters
latters reference to the treaty which whichunder whichunder whichunder
under the rules could notbe not be debated debatedin
in open session sessionMr sessionMr V
Mr Morgan said that he would take takethe takethe takethe
the first opportunity to test the sen senate senate senate ¬
ate on the subject by asking a vote voteHethen roteBe ote otel
Hethen l Be e then quoted at length the news newspaper newspaper newspaper ¬
paper reports concerning affairs in Co Colombia Colombia Colombia ¬
lombia upon which his resolution was waspredicated waspredi waspredicated
predicated predi ted and proceeded with his re remarks remarks yemarks ¬
marks for the purpose of showing that thatthis thatthis thatthis
this government had undertaken to topay topay topay
pay the Colombian Insurgents 3
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The resolution went to the calendar calendarHER calendarHER calendarHER
HER ROMANCE ENDED ENDEDCrown ENDEDCrown ENDEDCrown
Crown Princess Has Parted From FromGiron FromI
VV VVGiron Giron and Will Return ReturnHome ReturnHome ReturnV
V Home HomeGeneva HomeGeneva HomeGeneva
Geneva Feb R 6The The legal adviser ot otthe otthe otthe
the former fonner crown princess princess of o Saxony axony has hasriiade h hasx s smade
made x ade the following announcement announcementGiron M MGiron 3 3Giron
Giron will leave Geneva G neYa for Brussels Brusselswhere Brusselswhere Brusselswhere
where he will join his family M Giron GIroahas Gironhas
has broken off all relations with the theprincess U1eprincess theprincess I
princess in order not to impede the re reunion teunion reunion ¬
union of the princess with her children childrenThe childrenThe
I Iis
The sudden end of the royal romance romanceis
is said to be due to the t e refusal of the theSaxon theSaxon theSaxon
Saxon court influenced by Emperor EmperorFrancis EmperorFrancis EmperOrFrancis
Francis Joseph to consent to a divorce divorceIt
It Is reported that t at the princess sought soushtI soughther soughther I
her 111 r fathers pardon In order to get per permission t permission > er ¬ I Imission
mission to see ee her children but was re refused r refused ¬ I
fused everything unless unlcssshe she left M 2 > 1 Giron GironHer GironHer GtrOnHer
Her lawyer awyer visited Dresden but ailed fiuie1to ailedto ailedto
to get any an concession beyond be ond the offer offerof offerof I Iof
of a small yearly rearl allowance and the thopromise thepromise I
promise that if the crown princess gave gaveP gavcI gavcIup gaveup
up P Giron and returned r home that no Je JeJI legilt
gilt JI 1 proceedings proceedf ngs would wo uld be taken against againstHer agaInsth agaInstbar
Her h r The princess realizing at last bci bciequivocal 001cquiocal bOzequivocal
equivocal position po tlon became ill and appar apparently apparentl apparently ¬
ently entl was willing If approached In a pro proper proper ¬ 1
per manner to agree to toauy any terms r On Onthe Ottthe
Sd Sdtoda
r the return roio of her lawyer from o Dresden Dresdentoday Dtnsdentoday
today toda a prolonged Interview between the theparties theparties theparties
parties took place In the course of ofwhich orhlch ofWhich
which hlch the princess In a torrent of tears tearscried tearscried tearscried
cried I must see my m poor children childrenagain chUdrenagoclln childrenagain
again Her parting with Giron Is safd safdto safdto saMto
to have been very ery affecting affectingAGRICULTURAL altectingAGRICULTURAL affectingAGRICULTURAL
AGRICULTURAL BILL BILLIS BILLIS BILLIS
IS BEING HELD BACK BACKWashington BACKVasblngton BACKWashington
Washington Feb 6 6The The senate com committee eornn cornmittee ¬
mittee n ittee on agriculture today considered consideredbut
but took no final action on ontb6 the agricul agricultural asr agniculturtl cul cultUI ¬
tural tUI ll appropriation bill It is understoodthat understood understoodthat understoodthat
that the bill will be held hel for a certain certaintime certaintime certaintime
time In order to ascertain whether ft is ispossible isO isjosible
possible O slble to dispose of the statehood bill billwithout billwIthout billwithout
without putting It on the agricultural ap appropriation apI anro ¬
propriation ro bill as an amendment The Thecommittee TheCom Thecommittee
committee Com mlttee still stands l by > > Its decision decisionhowever decisionhowever decisionhowever
I however to connect the two tWOIIeasures measures Jf Jfnecessary Ifnecesadry f fnecess
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LEGISLATORSMADE LEGISLATORS LEGISLATORSMADE V VV
V MADE WELCOME WELCQMr WELCQMGatesof WELCQMEGates
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V Open Yesterday YesterdaySENATORELECT Yesterday5ENArORELECT YesterdayV
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nR 9V vo 0 gave g nle the thelegIslaturean legislature anil i the theState thete
PROVO p 1 State tate te officialsa officials reception a yester yestertiayiafiemoon yesterV f
V tiayiafiemoon which will not soon soonbe soonbe soonbe
be forgotten As s the guests of the thecity thecityand thecity
cityand city and of ofS ofSep Sepatprelect pator toielect le t and and andMrs Mrs Reed ReedSmoot ReedSmoot ReedSmoot
Smoot the visitors were kept In ti i whirlof whirl whirlof whirlof
of sightseeing and pleasure from the thetime thetime thetime
time they first arrived within the city citylimits eltylImits cItylimits
limits untH untiL weaJIefl wea aiIed 1eil with the exertion exertionand eerthmhnd
and excitement exCttement UiW they took the special specialtrain sp speia1tniiiii clal claltmfli
train p ack ck over the Oregon Short Line laneat Lineat Lineat
at U30 p m mThey mThey V V
They visited the Brlghamr l Young Toungacademy Youn Younacademy Youngacademy
academy and the mental hospital hospi they theywere theyw theywere
were w re entertained at a banquet by Sen Senatorelect Senatorelect i iatorelect
atorelect and andMrs Mrs Smoot andattend andattenddfi and attend attenda J Jlegl
dfi a legislative legl h tive ball given by b the citli citlizens cltt clttz cittzbns
zens z ns In The 1te Mozart hall hallT hulltrain j jThe
The T special train carrying car lng the party partyleft partyleft partyleft
left the Salt Lake depot depotof of the Oregon OregonShort Oregonshopt OregonShort
Short Line at 1 oclock in the theatter theatterIloonwith after afternoon alternoon
noon Iloonwith with Assistant General Passen Passenger P Pgsengg e ¬
ger Agent D 1 S Spencer in personal personalcharge I Iohare Iehere
charge There were five coaches all allfilled allfihled I
filled l fihled ledmaking making xpaki g about abo t 350 6O guests in aU allGovernor aUqoverQO aUGovernor
Governor qoverQO r Wells was unable to attend attendtint attendihit
tint most of the other state officials officialswere officl offiela1were JS JSvere
were presentIffade present ptesentMade plesenLMade
Made a Trainload TrainloadThe TrainloadThe TrainloadThe
The members of the the party comprised comprisedall I Iall
all of the thesepators senators and their wives ex except except ¬ I
cept Senators Sherman Lawrente LawrenteBamberger LawrezrceBamberger LatreuueBamberger
Bamberger and a d Lewis L wfs who had previ previous previous prevlous ¬
ous engagements engageme ts which they could not notbreak notbreak notbreak
break all the members of the house houseand h houseand use useand
and their wives Secretary of State StateHammond StateHammond StateHammond
Hammond and wife State Auditor Tin Tingey Tingey Tingey
gey and wife State Treasurer Dixon Dixonand Dixonand Dixonand
and wife State School Superintendent SuperintendentNelson J JNelson INelson
Nelson and wife Attorney General GeneralBreeden GeneralBreeden GeneralBreeden
Breeden and nd wife Judge Baskin Judge JudgeMcCarty JUdgeMcCarty JudgeMcCarty
McCarty James H Anderson And rson and andwife an anwIfe andwile
wife Arthur Pratt Apostle John J hn Henry HenrySmith HenrySmith HenrySmith
Smith and wife George A Smith and andwife andwIr andwife
wife all of the officers of both branches branchesof I IO
of O the legislature and six representa representatives representstires ¬
tives of f fChe fhe he Salt Lake newspapers newspapersArJ1lvedat newspapersArrivedat i iArrived
Arrived ArJ1lvedat at the station the ears of the
visitors were greeted by the strains ofmusic
music from the Amphion band Without Without With Without ¬
out further ado the visitors were bun bundled bundIed bundIed ¬
dIed into the carriages and sleighs sleighswhichrwere sleighswhich sleighswhicif
whichrwere which were ere waiting and taken to the theBrigham theBrIgham theBrigham
Brigham Young academy The sleigh sleighing sleighIng sleighing ¬
ing was splendid and as it bad h hadbeen hadbeenyears dbeen dbeenars been beenyears
years ars since many of the party had had hada
a chance to go sleigh riding this in it itself itself Itself ¬ I
self was a treat treatIn treatIn treatIn
In the big assembly room of the theacademy theacademy theacademy
academy the students were already alreadygathered alreaqygathered alrea4rgathered
gathered to greet the visiting Y1sitln solons solonsPresident solorfiPreIdent soloxf5President
President PreIdent Cluff Cluf called caUe the gathering t rng to toorder 10 10Qr tooraer
order Qr er welcoming velcoiing the th visitors vistor In behalf behaKof bha
of the academy acdem Mayor Thomas Ttmas Tay Taylor TayIQr Taybr ¬
lor made r de a witty ity speech speh turning tning tHte tHtekeys t tl tlkeys
keys kes of the te city ciy over ov r to the the guegts and anditforing and andinforming andlpforming
informing them that the tow town bar barlonged b blonged blonged
itforing longed to them Clarence Clrence Jarvis J rvis made madea mada
a welcoming welcming speech spee in behalf of the thestudent thestudent thestudent
student body Secretary of State James JamesT t
T Hammond responded in behalf of ofthe ofthe
1 the executive executve department departent esJonded in the te ab absence absence absenee ¬ I
sence of Governor Wels Wells Senator S SH SH Sii
H H Love Lve replied for the te senate and andSpeaker andSpeaker andSpeaker
Speaker Thomas Hull for the house houseJudge houseudge houseJudge
Judge R N Baskin Bakn spoke spke for the su supreme suPrme supreme ¬
preme Prme court and urged the legislators legislatorsnot
not to to economize In educational eductonai appro appropriations ajpro ajpropriatons appropriatlons ¬
priations priatons but to do the trimming trimmingsomewhere trimmingsewhere tnimtaifisomewhere
somewhere sewhere elsa There were calls cls for forRepresentative fr frRtpresentatve forRdpresentative
Representative Rtpresentatve Don B Colton olon a grad graduate gd gdu gradnate ¬
uate u te of the institution instituton and he re responded resvonded responded ¬
sponded In te an appropriate apprprae impromptu impromptuspeech imp Impromptuspeech mptu mptuspeech
speech Excellent music was furnished furnishedby
by the academy acdemy band the academy acadey or orchestra orcestr orehestra ¬
chestra cestr and a fine fe double dluble quartette quartete of ofstudents ofstudent ofstudents
students studentsIn student
In the te Mental Mtl HospitalThe Hospit Hospital ffospitaLThe
The visitors visiors were then taken tken to the thestate te thestate
state Mental etal hospital hospit as the asylum asylumfor aslum aslumfor I I
known knownAfter knownAfer knownAfter IV
for the insane insne Is now officially ofcialy V
After Afer sandwiches coffee cofee and cocoa had hadbeen badben hadbeen
been ben furnished the party part went through throughthe throughthq I
the th institution instiuton and saw sw it in its it shin shining shinIng shining ¬ I
ing Ing cleanliness cleanlness brimming over with withhuman wih wihhumin withhuman I
human tragedy trgedy from one end ed to the theother theothpr theother
other otherThe othpr othprThe otherThe i
The hour was so s late that the trip tripto tip tipt tripto
to t the woolen mills mis was S abandoned abandonedThrough abndonj abandonedThrough
Through the courtesy of the Masonic Masonicand Masonicand Masonicand
and Knights of Pythias Pytfas lodges lodg dress dre dressing j
ing ingooms rooms for the women were wer avail avai available j jable
able in the Knight block block and after ater suf sufficient sufficient ¬
ficient time had been beangiven given for toRate toRatethe tor tot5the
the the party adjourned to the Provo opera operahouse
house Up to this time they had been beenthe beenthe beenthe
the guests gest of the city ct They The now be became be becaine ¬
came caie the guests of Senatorelect Senatrelect and andMrs andM and3ri
Mrs M Smoot SmootThe Smoot SmootThe J JThe
The following fol owingme menu was served servedpretty srTed servedpretty
pretty rrett young women waiting waitqg on the thetable tbetble thetable
table tble V VService
Service Serice a In Russe RusseMentu Russo RusseNenu
Mentu MentuBliife Menu
Blue Bll Points Point Half Hl Shell Shal
ShellBriqner
V Briqner Wafers WafersRoast Wafer I IRoast
Roast Turkey Turke aux au 1its Huites Fines Fine Heroes HeroesGelatine Herb I IGelatIne
Gelatine Gcatne Veal Yel aux Champignons ChampignonsDeisPtfmmes Cbapigon Champignonsilea
DeisPtfmmes ilea D P Pdmmes mme Salade a olaDuchee la Duchesse DuchesseBraized DucheeseBraised
Braised Westphalia VetphaUa Ham am Aspic Apic Gele GeleR G CeleeRoost lee leeHu
R Hu Roost ouf Tongue Tonge Glaca GlacaFruit GioceFruit
Fruit Salstla S18a a ala la 11 Italienne ItaliennePaW ltlen ItalienmePate
PaW Pau de Fole Fte Gras GcasPimolas Grs GrsPlmolas GrasPirnolas
Pimolas Lea Pommes Pomm Saratoga Olives OlivesRomaine Olvt OllvesV
V V Roma Romaine Punch PunchSecond Pbne PhnehSecond Stoga
Second Service ServiceEntremets Seryicelintremets mce mcebtrmet
Entremets EntremetsCompote btrmet lintremetsCompote
Compote de fruits fruit FaUlt P Ult Geateaa Geat eatean Glaois GlaoisGenoa Glao GlaoGenoa GlaosGenoa
Genoa Nut utCke Cake Angel Agel Cake CakeWafers Ce Cakeyrers
Wafers Vater a la I Vanille VanilleFjaney Vanie Vanieancy Vaniilekaney
Fjaney ancy Macaroons MacaroonsSavoy M MUearoonsV roons roonsLe
V > Savoy Fingers Glaee GlaeeLes GiaceLesCharlottes
FAf
Les Le LesCharlottes > Charlottes Salted 3 Almonds AlmondsHarlequin AlmondsHarieluin S SHadeuln
Harlequin Hadeuln Charott Brck Brick Cream Creana a la Pantomime PantomimeGlace Pantomie Pantomie3lace PantomimeV PantomimeGiaco
3lace Glace Fruits Frit a al In 3 Taneaise Fnise FniseFrmage FranaiseFromage TaneaiseFromage
Fromage V Colon CelerlCafe CeeI CeeII ColonV ColonCafe
I Frmage V Cafe Cfe iSir Nir NirTe NhirThe iSirThe
The Te List Lit of Toasts ToastsFollowing Toat ToastsFollowing
Following the example exple set by b T Presi President Prei Preident President ¬
dent Roosevelt when he invited invied Booker BookerT
T Washington to dine di with wih him hm no nodl dis distinction distinction ¬
tinction tncton was w s made on account of color colorThe colorThe colorThe
The colored colord doorkeeper of the house housewith houe houewith housewith
with his hi wife wfe and some friends frends sat satwith st stith satwith
with ith the other guests get and were served servedby servedby
by b the young ung women Grace was wa of ofContinued ofContnued ofContinued
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C T LOUIS Feb 6 6eneral General Manager lIa gerAlen Allen of the tbe M MK K I T stated statedthis stted sttedthis statedI +
S U this afternoon afernoon that the differences diferences between betee his company and thetanmen the thetrainmen thetrainmen +
+ I trainmen had been bee settled etted and andthat that therewould be b comlany no nd strike strikeGrand strie strieGrand strikeGrand +
+ + > Grand tanmen Master Mater Morrisseyof llordsseyof the trainmen trinen and RId AssistantchiefGarret AssistantchiefGarretson AssistantChiet AssistantChief Garet Garetson Garret Garretson +
+ > son of the thecondctors conductorsafter ater the conference conferencewitlr with wih the M 3 K K T officials ofcas ofcassid officialssaid +
conceded The get advance of off +
+ said sid Ourdemands Our demands were ere c Thefreightmen freightmen an
+ f 15 per cent and the passenger passenge men 12 1 123k percent perc percdntThere t +
There is an undertandlng understanding betwee betwee tt the other four rodS reads to which whichsimia whichsimilar +
+ similar demands were were made that whatever the Missouri Kansas KansasTexas KansasTexas < c + t
4 + simia Texas did would be accepted as indicating indicatng the basis bais on which a general generl generlsettement generalsettlement t tsettlement
+ settlement with their employes will i be made thus averting a a strike strIk strikeThe +
4 + settement The he stupendous stpendous wit Interests involved inthe In the Missouri lIssouri Kansas Kansa Texas Texa Texasettement Texassettlement + f fI
+ I settlement hav hav have not been beenfuly fully realized Beside Beide affecting aectng the four other othersouthwest + t
V settement MountainFrisco Mountain FrIsco and Cotton CottonBelt + t tt
+ 4 4 southwest roads the Missouri Mssour Pacific PacIfc Iron Mountln Coton CotonBelt
+ Belt It will be the keynote to the settement settlement of wsgegrevanc wage grievances on every everyroad everyroad +
t road west wf of the Mississippi MIslssPpl river Comiitie Committees ar are now walngat waiting at the theheadqurt theheadquartOrs +
wct
4 headquarters of the Burlington the Great Northern Northen and a aU the other otherWestern otherwestern 4 4westernand
+ > headqurt westernand Western and r northern northen te Burlngon roads rads tq follow folow the tpencton action in St 51 Louis Luis LuisThe LouisV + f
V + The Katys settlement will wI be the thE basis 1sls of f settlement sEttement on all al these theseroads theseV theseroads +
+ V roads by Kats agreement already ready entered enterd Into int between etween the roads ro ds and ad the thE men me met +
+ + + + + + + + + t + + + + + + + + + + T + + + + + + + + + +
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V vV V Roosevelt IoseveU has ha declined delne the invi invitation invitton Inntation ¬
tation tton of the te allied aled powers pow to ar arbitrate arbrte anhitrate ¬
bitrate brte the question quetion as to whether they theyshall theyshal theyshall
shall shal receive reehe preferential prrntal treatment treatmet In Inthe inthe inthe
the settlement settemet of their claims cltms against againstVenezuela aginst aginstVenezuea againstVenezuela
Venezuela Venezuea over the other other creditor ceditr na natkuis nat V Vtions
tkuis t He reached reche this decision decon shortly shortlybefore sholtly sholtlybefoe shortlybefore
before befoe 4 oclock oco this tat afternoon and ad in instructed instructed Instructed ¬
structed Secretary Seetr Hay to dispatch dispth a anote ante anote
note nte to the British Brts embassy emb3 at at once onc ad advising advising advising ¬
vising the British BItish ambassador to that thateffect tat tatefet thateffect
effect efet The matter mat therefore theefore now will willbe wi willbe
be referred refel to The Hague Hage This will willresult wi wiilresult
result rsult in the imeiate in immediate nediate raisingof riing ratsng of the theblockade theblkade theblockade
blkade blockade The administration aministatin it is isstated s sstated sStated
stated in official ofcal quarters quaer was wa unwill unwilling unwU unwIIlIng ¬
ing to approve the tqe effort efort of the te British Britishgovernment Brtsh Brtshgemet Britishgovernment
government gemet to eliminate eiminate Minister Minisr Bow Bowen Bowen Bowen
en from frm the negotiations neottins and a more moreover mre moreOver ¬
over over the president preidet could culd not notbave have a aeepted ae aeept ateepted
eepted ept the invitation invitton of the allies aUie even evenif evene evenIf
if Jie e had been ben so disposed dis without without the theconsent theonsnt theconsent
consent onsnt of the other oter negotiator negotaor Min Minister l1r ¬ I Iinter
inter Iter Bowen Bwe and this i the te allies ame did d not notobtain notobtin notobtain
obtain obtin or o request requet in Ii their teir note nGe to the thepresident thepeient thepresIdent
president peient Tomorrows Tomws preliminaries preliminarieswill pnJinnaries pnJinnarieswi
will wi IlI be b with wih reference refmn to the tb signing signingof sging sgingof
of the te protocol pr6iOI referring rdeIlng matters mate to The TheHague TheHage TheHague
Hague Hage for f r arbitration arbitrationProtocols abtration abtrationPotocol iItration iItrationProtocols
Protocols Potocol Presented PresentedImmediately PresentedImmediately reeted reetedImmeiately
Immediately Immeiately upon upn receipt reept of o Secre Secretary Sere ¬ V V Vtary
tary ta Hays Hays note noe announcing 11oncng the presi presidents prsi prosidents ¬
dents declination decJ atul the t British Brth ambas ambassador ambassador ambassador ¬
sador addressed sddre a communication cmmuniton to toMr t tMr
Mr Bowen stating statn that tat IH b was suffer suffering sfer sferig ¬
ing ig from an attack Atack of o the grip gip and andwould andwould
would be obliged oblged if Mr lft Bowen Ben would wouldcall woulcl wouldcall
call cl on him The Venezuelan Veeela repre representative rpr representative ¬
sentative snttv immediately Irmelt went to the Brit British BrltIsh BritIsh ¬ V
ish embassy where the British Brtsh ambas ambassador amba ambassador ¬
sador sdor explained explaine that tba he had been too tooill to tooill
ill J to t call for fo several svel days day and a an announced anflounced
flounced nO nced the arrival arrha of his hi protocol protocolwhich protol protolwhch protocolWhleh
which whch he he was wa prepared prepre to submit sbmit to toMr toMr toMr
Mr Bowen for signature signatureLater sigatu signatureLater
Later the German minister Baron
Sternberg Sternerg called caled on Mr Bowen Bowe and an announced an announced announced ¬
nounced the te arrival arrha of his protocol protocolTomorrows protol protolTomorrow protocoLTomorrows
Tomorrow Tomorrows programme progmme will wiJ include includepreliminary includeprelminal includepreliminary
preliminary prelminal preparations preparation for r the te sign signing sig signing ¬
ing of the te protocols protocolsIt protocol
It I developed tonight that two wo o proto protocols prto prtocOls protocols ¬
cols are a to be signed siged by Mr M Bowen Bowenwith Bowenwith Bowenwith
with the Italian Italan ambassador abasador SIgnor SIgnorMayor SIgor SIgorMayor SignorMayor
Mayor Desplanches Deplaches two t with the te Brit British British Bnitisli ¬
ish ambassador ambasdor and two with wit the Ger German German German ¬
man minister miist Baron Bon Speck Spee Von on Stern Sternberg Ster Starsbegg
berg The first firt protocol in i j each case casewilr cas casewilt
wilt in provide for the referenee reern refereneeof e of ofthe oftheales the theallies theallies
allies ales contention cntenton for f r preferential prf reta treat treatment tet tetment treatmeat ¬
ment to The Hague and the raising rslg or orthe orte orthe
the te blockade boce simultaneouslywtth simuineou ly Wth the thesigning te tegning thesighing
signing gning of this convention conventionWin cmenton cmentonWil conventionWill
Win Wil Not Tot ot Be Identical IdenticalIt Idetc eiItica1 eiItica1It
It I is doubtful whether whet the initial pro protocols pro protocois ¬
tocols tocol between Minister Mnite Bowen and the thethree thethree thethree
three allies ames will vil contain conti the same sameconditions se secondiions sameconditions
conditions condiions though all al the negotiators negotiatorsare negotators negotatorsare
are working workng to this thi end end In I these tese pro protocols protocl protocals ¬
tocols tocl the conditions condtons precedent prent to the theraising theraising theraising
raising of the blockade b1oek e will wD be clearly clearlystated clely clelystated clearlystated
stated namely namey that tat 30 3 per pe cent of the thecustoms thecustoms thecustoms
customs receipts rec ipts of the ports rts of ot Ia IaGuayra L LaGuayra
Guayra Gua and Porto Poro Cabello Cabelo are ar to be set setaside setLsie setaside
aside Lsie by Venezuela Venezuea for the satisfaction satisfactionof sataction satactionor
or her creditors credior and ad that tat the question questionas queston questonas
as to whether the allied ale powers power shall shallreceive shanreceive shallreceive
receive preferential prefernta treatment tatent or as asGreat a asGreat
Great Gret Britain terms ters it separate separatetreatment separte separteteatet separatetreatnent
treatment teatet in the settlement settlfment shall shal be bereferred berefered bereferred
referred refered to The Hague These Thee proto protocols protock protoeels ¬
cols ck also alo will wI provide that tht Venezuela Venezuelashall Veneela Venezuelashall
shall shal pay down to each of the te three tree al allied alled atlied ¬
lied led powers p wer 5500 550 sterling sterlng asp ast partial partialcash pra partialcash
cash csh payment The diference differences between betweenthese btwen btwentee betweenthese
these tee protocols It is issd said will wIl concern concerncertain concerncertin concerncertain
certain certin details detis the nature of which is isnot isnot
not yet known even eve to Mr Bowen Bwen The TheGerman TheGerman
German Ger protocol protcol will wil be submitted to tohim tohun
him tomorrow tmorow by the German Germa minister ministerfor mnister ministerfor
for consideration consideraton Afterward Aterward Mr r Bow Bowen Bw Bowen
en will wn go g to the British BrIish embassy em in inview i inview
view of the illness iless of the te British Brtsh am ambassador ambassador ¬
bassador bassor and there will wi see se the proto protocol protoCl protocot ¬
cot Cl drawn drwn up by Lord Lor Lansdowne LansdowneThe LansdowneThe LansdowneThe
The Italian ambassador ab ador Signor SignorMayor Sigor SignorMayor
Mayor ayor Desplanches Desplnches will wl bring brng his hisprotocol hisprotocol
protocol to Mr r Bowen tomorrow tomorw for forconsideration forconsiderton forconsideration
consideration considerationArbiter considerton considertonAbiter considerationArbiter
Arbiter Abiter to Be e Appointed AppointedHaving Appoited AppoitedHaving AppointedHaving
Having arranged aaged for fr the te signature sigture of ofthe ofthe
the first frst protocols protocl the negotiators negotatr will willtake Wi willtake II
take tke up the second seond protocols prtols which whic are areto aret
to t cover cver the te manner of adjudicating adjudicatingthe adjudicatng
the claims of the te various varous creditor cetor pow powers pw pwer powens ¬
for the administra administration ¬
ers er and the means te adinlstra adinlstrafon
receipts As an announced announee ¬
tion fon of the customs cutoms recept A
nounced yesterday the claims of each eachclaimant ech echcaimt
claimant nounee caimt power are to t be settled by bycmmiion bycomnilosion a acommission
commission cmmiion to consist cn In ee each ach instance instanceor istee
or a representative representatve of a creditor citor gov government ¬
ernment ernent and a Venezuelan Veneuela and ad in case caseof c caseof
of a failure to agree the king of Spain Spainwill Spin Spainv1lI
will wU appoint an a age arbiter abiter The plan planagreed planag planagreed
agreed on for the thf collection colectin of the pay payments py pyment payflsents ¬
ments ment ag provides provd s that the Caracas Cacas got gorernment got gotement goternment
ernment ement shall sal be entrusted entsted with wih the theadminfetrtlon te teadmiItton theadministrtion
adminfetrtlon admiItton of the te receipts receipt tinlsgs tinlsgsthirty tmlsthirty ml s stirt
thirty days are allowedto elapse with without without ¬
tirt ar alowedt ep wit
out the day prompt payment to t any anyone one onenation onenation
nation of its it share shre hjwhich fa whic event the theBelgian theBelgia theBelgian
naton
Belgian Belgia government goverent is empowered epwQre to toappoint toappoint toappoint
appoint agents agent to t take tke chargeof chage charge of the thecustoms thecutoms thecustoms
customs cutoms houses hot < and ad administer adilster the pay payments p ptCYmeats ¬
meats ment until unti the claims clams of all al the te na nations ld tnttions ¬
tions are ar satisfied satisfiedIt stifed
It I was w admitted 9rmited tonight that tht some somedays somedays me medays
either the theprotocols he heptoc01s iieprotocols
days may yet et pass pas before eite of
protocols can cn be signed siged owing to t minr minrdifference minrdiference minrdifference
difference diference but negotiations negotations are arepected x xpected xpcte
pected pcte nust ast t to move more swiftly swIft than tn in ti t the thenust e east et
Victory Victor For Bowen SowenIn owen owenn
In n administration adminttion and ad diplomatic dlplomatc cir circles clrces circlan ¬
clan the reference to The T Hague Hage if > s agarded re regarded r rgrde > ¬
garded ces as a a a victory for Minister ster Bow Bowen Bt Bten Re w wen
en grde as a Venezuela thereby theeby is enabled enable to torecover torcove torecover
recover from frm the distressing effect eet of ofthe ufthe ofthe
rcove
the blockade blockde before starting strtng upon the thepayment thepa thepa1nent
payment pa ent of her debts debt The cumbersome cumbersomemachinery cubermo cubermomacinery cumbersomemachinery
machinery macinery of The Hague Hge it i is expect expected eet eeted expected ¬
ed will delay matters mater considerably cniderly and andthe mdthe nd ndthe
the payment of creditor crior nations naton can cannot cannot cannot ¬
not begin until the important importnt question questionof qu ton tonof
of priority prioriy payment payent for the te allies ales is i de decided decIded decIded ¬
cided The findings of The Hge Hgetribunal Hague Haguetribunal Haguetribunal
tribunal also al will wi decide the theitl vital ques question question queslion ¬
tion to South Sout American Aeic states stte as to towhether towhether towhether
whether blockades blockdes arS t bombardments bombardmentsentitle bombarments bombarmentsentile bombardmentsentitle
entitle to preferential treat treatment neatmeat ¬
entile powers vowe t peental teat teatment
ment at the te hands had of their debtor debtorComing debtorComig debtorComing
Coming Comig from fom The Hague Hage it I will wi es establish e establlsh ¬
tablish tblsh a precedent while wbie a a decision decisionon deision deisionon
on the point from President Presidet Roosevelt Rooseveltwould Rooseveltwould Rooseveltwould
would have hve carried crrIed no such weight welghta as asdecisive asdecisIve
decisive of a point of Internationa internatonala internatonalaThe law lawThe lawThe
The effect efect of an adverse advese finding fnding by bythe bythe bythe
the president president therefore thefor could not have haveprevented haveprev haveprevented
prevented prev nted the allied aled powers pes from from re repeating repeatng repeating ¬
peating peatng their blockade blocde next month If Ifthey Ifthey ifthey
they desired whereas an a adverse advere ver verdict verdict yendiet ¬
dict from frm The Hague Hage vjpuld utd add a a nev nevcanon ne necanon nevcanon
canon to the law of nations and stop stopsuch stopsch stopsuch
such sch a course of practice prctce completely completelyIt completel
It was to gairf thi this principle prncple whih whihnecessarily whk whlhnecessarily h hnecessriy
I necessarily necessriy gii vialy vitally effects not only ony the thefuture t th thfuture
future of Venezuela Veneuela but of the other otherrepublics otherI otherrepublis
I republics of this continent ontn nt that t Mr MrEoven MT MTBowen MrBowen
Bowen stood out for arbitration arbltaton by by Tha ha

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