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I THE SALT LAKE HERALD HER ALD > TUESDAY y APRIL 28 1903 IS l
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STATE RESTS tETsis IN INELLISON I IELLISON
ELLISON CASE CASEDefWM CASEI CASEDefl CASEDefsse
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DefWM lH LU in Some St Damaf Damaging Demllinlttimony DamagingTalstimony inf infTastimony
Tastimony ttimonyliI31TSO TalstimonyMIL
liI31TSO MIL WATSON 01 THE STAID STAIDWKJ STAIDI ST liID liIDWyk
I I IYK
WKJ YK ran WOUITDED MJLN SAID SAIDThedefense umAft SAIDTUR
Aft TO aocwnro aocwnroI aocwnrofhfeDaf SMoOT NG NGThadefenae
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Thedefense In the Clyde Ellison ElIi on mur murder murder murder ¬
der caae c yesterday afternoon paved pa ed the theway tuway thewar
way for the admission of testimony testimonywhich tesUmOftwhle testimonywhich
which whle proved very ry damaging to thedt the thedefendant the44fendaat
defendant dt Pendant It had a tendeot tendenvy y to show showthat ahowtlaat showthat
that acoorfllnK 10 a tAtemem t made by
Undertaker Watson a few minute aft after after utter ¬
er he h wa war shot bot tile prisoner prison r had no noJUft nojult nojust
just cause to commit the act at t which he hedid hedid bedid
did didThe
The state took advantage o of < > the slip slipthe CUPon Up Upoa
oa the art of Attorney D H H Truman Trumanand TrUIDADand Trumanand
and brought out the conversation eonvena tlon which whichth whiclau
t th u > injured man had with his aal aaat aaatt assistant t tant
ant t Joseph P Murphy concerning corllrnin the thebooting theboatfni I
booting Before the way was paved pavedfor paveeSl pavedfor
for Its 1 ts admission the state had at attempted attefH attempted ¬
tempted to Introduce it but an objec objection objecI ¬ I
tion ti was w relied and the matter was wasased wuM wasNed
ased M Ned for the tit time being TIle state statemttted at atJllllttteC stateeslttei
JllllttteC mttted later that It had little hope hopeof bopeOf hopeof
of ever being Hln able to get et it before the theJury e ejury
Jury tu 17 I
JuryAlleged 17AJHp4 Alleged Threat by Won WonAlmost BlliaonAlmost
Almost the last witness WIt called by thestate the thestate tINato I
state ato before it rested It its case was a aMrs aMrs
Mrs p Peter ter Scott who worker for Mr Mrand Mrand Mrand I
and Mrs If Ellison when they occupied occupiedtha I
the Watson residence during dart the ab absence ab abMnee abmace ¬
mace In the east t of the wife of the thedead theEasd
dead man manHer nan maDHer nanHer i
Her Inability to toNCOQJtt recount In her own ownwords owawordl ownwords
words the conversation which she had hadwith hadwith hadwith
with Ellison about two week eeb before beforethe befonthe beforethe
the shooting booUn so confused her that shemade she shemade Ilaemade
made one o on l or two misstatements tant What Whatlittle WhatUttle
little she be e did say wa w was to the effect thatat that thatat thatat
at the ime of he conversation Ellison Ellisonhad E1l1IOnad Eileenhad
had ad asked her what hat she thought the thedeceased thede thedeceased
de deceased was worth th When Whenked asked if ifhe IfIbe Ushe
she he thought It wa w was about tl5 hUGO oo she sheaid sheaid
aid 14 she thought It was w nearer nearerIben i150AThen m0ot m0otThen
Then she told about Ellison making the theremark theremark
remark that Watson was not acting on onthe Ofttbe onthe I
the square aq and intimating that he wa wano w was wasno I Ino
no fool and that something 8OlBetbla might bt be beexpected beexpected
expected expectedWhen expectedWhen expectedWhen I
When William H King Kin cromexam cromexamIned CIOaexJDaecJ cross e > uun uunUsed
Used her Mr Mn Scott said she had never neverrelated IMerrelatAd neverrelated
related her conversation with withto Eileen Ellteeto Eileento
to anyone UlyO although It was w later laterlearned later1fOamed laterlearned
learned that she had told it to Judge JudgePower JudgePowers a4powen
Power PowerTwelfth PowersTwelfth
powen1weIftk
Twelfth Jwror 1 Quickly hicJd7Who Secured SecuredWhen AsenredWhen
When the case was called yesterday yesterdaymorning yeterdaymoralq yesterdaymorning
morning the examination of talesmen talesmento
to secure the twelfth juror jqrorlumecL was rosuited re resumed ¬
suited It dU not take long Ion to decide decideupon chel4eUpctD deeldeupon
upon Albert E Poulton When he had hadbeen badn hadbeen
been n sworn in the cue of the state statewaa Itatew statewas
was w presented to the jury juryTho juryThe juryThe
The first t witness called waa w Dr H HN HN HN
N Mayo who made tbe post mortem mertemexanrlnatton mortemexamination aaortelftexaminaUcm
examination and nd located l 1i ated ted the bullet bulletwhich bulletwhhla bulletwhich
which caused death He it brought with withhim withhim withhim
him a glass 1aM jar ia which was w a piece pieceof
of Watsons vertebrae verte ne which had been beenentered beenr beenentered
r entered by the bullet He had so re removed re reovecl removed ¬
moved ovecl the I hone a as to enable him to totake toyo totake
yo take It apart and d show to the jury juryJust JWJjuat juryJust
Just where the piece of lead entered enteredthe enteredthe enteredthe
the spinal column eoh and Injured the thepi tbeIP thesp
IP sp pi wf cord cordIt eorIt CordIt
It was a trying tJyI ordeal I to Mr Ira Wat Watson Wateon Watson ¬
son eon who ho was in court aa a witness witnessaeeosjibsjued wit witaeeoaDlded witnessaeeem
aeeosjibsjued aeeem by b two women friendShe friendShe friend friendsShe
She cried quietly while Dr Mayo Wason was wason wason
on the witness WStn stand Not once ap apparently apparently apparently ¬
parently did she look at the grewsome grewsomeexhibit crewaomeexhibit grewsomeexhibit
exhibit after she one once realised aUsed what bat It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was Neither did Ellison or his hi mother motherlook motherloak motherlook
look at it It keeping In their face averted avertedwhite avertedwblle avertedwhile
white the glass jar stood on the desk deskla cIein deskin
in full view Iew of those in the court room roomJoseph roemJpIt roomJoseph
Joseph P My f rptiy was then called calledHe calledHe calledHe
He recounted the tact that Watson bad badloaned Mdloaned > d dJaaMd
loaned money y to Ellison and how he hehad behac hehad
had made several veral Ineffectual attempts attemptsto
to collect money from the defendaptThen defendant defendantThen derentoThen
Then be told of the shooting It was wasat wuat wasat
at that point that the state attempted attemptedto
to bring brln out the conversation he had hadwith hadwith hadwith
with Watson oIa after the latter had badrernovect been beenremoved beenremoved
removed to a bed in the rear of the theundertaking theun theundertaking
undertaking un establishment The defense de defense de defen ¬
fense fen resisted and the matter was waspassed WUpaL waspassed
passed passedIt
It w was while Murphy wa wu being ex examined exanalne examined ¬
amined by Attorney t Truman thatthe thatthelatter that the tboJaUer thelatter
latter asked the witness If the deceased de deceased dete ¬
ceased te before be died had ever ex expressed aPret1814 espressed ¬
pressed the wish h that Eileen be prose prycuted prosecuted prcut ¬
cuted cutedHe cut
He did was w the reply replyWhen ItWlMa replyWhen
When did he make the request requestavked nqtaked requestasked
asked the attorney attorneyShortly attoraeFortl attorneyShortly
Shortly after the sboottag eeenrred eeenrredwa eoelaredwas
wa w was the answer answerWhere an Werw amiwetwbner
Where wbner wa w was the next question questionIn Q QIa
In a room In the building where w the tbeshooting tMabootln theshooting
shooting took place replied the wit witness witne witness ¬
ne nessJudge ness nessJudge
neJ Judge J King K1n wa wu quick to notice the tbemistake ita itaJ4iatake themistake
mistake his colleague coUe had made and andput andPQt andput
put a stop to further questioning q1lletJeD1qthOle along frontthose alongthose
those lines 11 by leaning over and saying sayingsomething sayingeomethtng Iq IqtIOmethtq
something in Attorney Trumans ear earAn earAn r rAn
An 1IU1IC unsuccessful attempt wa w was then thenmade tlaenlftade thenmade
made by the defense to have hav ha the testi testimony ttm testimony ¬
mony m nJ stricken out but the court court1rOuld court1rOuldnot wouldnot would wouldnot
not permit it to be done doneHo doneNe
Ho gauss Jar Act Act Said Watson WatsonWhen Wt8oDWhen WatsonWhen
When the witness was tuned over to tothe tothe tothe
the state again It did not take long to todraw todraw todraw
draw out the conversation Murphy had hadwith hadItb hadwith
with Itb Watson as he lay on the bed wait waiting walt1n waiting ¬
ing 1n for medical attention attentionTbe attentionTbe attentionThe
Tbe witness wit said Id Watson asked him blmwhy ItlmWb himwhy
Wb why he did not stop Ellison Ell from fromshooting fromh fromshooting
shooting him and he replied that he hecould het hecould
t could not Then Murphy asked a ed Wat Watson WatlIOn Watson ¬
son way be had not confided In him blmthat lalmthat himthat
that he might t have forewarned him himTo bl blTo himTo
To that Murphy said Watson replied repliedthat replMdthat repliedthat
that be bad nothing to confide adding addingthat acldl acldlthat addithat
that EUtoon bad called upon him that thatmorning thatm thatmorning
morning m and asked for I2M 2N to enable enablehim eaableIm enableam
him Im to leave v the city which htcJa was re refused n nfuM4 refused ¬
fused It was during dartn that conversation conversationthat
that Watson had expressed the wish wishthat wiIIbthat wtehthat
that E EUtoon 1Io be prosecuted If the wound woundproved wowadpro woundpreyed
proved pro fatalJohn fatal fatalJohn fatalJoim
John T Nattresa a pawnbroker tN teetifled te tetifled tNtlftecl
tifled to selling Ellison the revolver revolverwith revolewith revolverwith
with which he did the shooting and andOfficer andOftteer andOAlcer
Officer Barlow identified the exhibit exblbitthe a athe as asthe
the gun taken from the defendant at atthe atthe atthe
the time of the theIn shooting snootingMrs shootingHrs
Mrs Watson was on the stand just justlong juatJoq justlong
long enough to testify to the age ageheight ebetalat aleheight
height sad weight t of her husband and andto udto andto
to say that t > Mt she wu with him when be bedied bedied hedied
died diedFrank diedFrank
diedPraDk Frank Murphy MaJ1 a brother of Joseph Josephatoo Joepba Josephalso
also a took the stand recounting the thehooting thebootln theshooting
hooting bootln h he being bel present resent at the timeAttu time timeAfter timeAfter
After Mrs M s Scott had had b testified the state stateannounced stateannounced tateannounced
announced that It rested it its case Judge JudgeKing JudpKln JudgeKing
King Kln then asked for a recess until 10 10oclock 10oclock
oclock this thi morning morn I nc at which hleh hour hourthe bourthe
the defense would make its opening openingstatement optninltatement openinstatement
statement The judge consented and andrMeb a awesii ar
r wesii Bess was w takenPIMPLES taken takenPIMPLES takenprMP
PIMPLES prMP PIMPLESto L E1 E1o
1 kited all kisda = o et blood 1 r adie whicD c and
b do at any bet I have found th h hang
11 1 111 rKtl Ie w wr full tut vt plmpl yimpla S b I IAfter k kAttrr
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eaI eonsiatiag Ike he t or Ule them and 4 4t rs oaaesdin oaaesdintea rataeasinf rataeasinfrUo
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pW oldfal M a kmlk Tk fte getne m1n 1 tattcttsapedb0 tattcttsapedb0usssstsd tablet itavMd ea OCE OCESjHrtlac JC JCto
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BOTH CASES IN INCOURTS INCOURfS INCourJsHANDS
COURTS CourJsHANDS CourJsHANDSSte HANDS HANDSSiMi HAiNDSI
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SiMi EiteliM Ell tlea IIM and Lewis Ap ApTAKE Ap AppolltMlt A ii iiArea
polltMlt Area ArtMdI ArtMdTAKE AreaTAKEN
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TAKE UNDER ADVISEMENT ADVISEMENTThe ADVISEMENTTMEVXAL
I I IDIBtrIfAL
DIBtrIfAL JUT DZ DZJU >
cru JU namTT JIUf lT1RlTThe
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The question whether George A ASheets ASheetll ASheete
Sheets was 88 legally Je ally elected chief of po police po1I0t pollee ¬
lice and whether the newlyenacted newlyenactedlaw newlyena tecl tecllaw
law under which Governor H M Wells Weltsappointed Wellsappointed WtUIPlJointed
appointed Thomas D Lewis the fourth fourthjudge fourthjadle fourthjudge
judge in the Third Judicial district to
constitutional are no flow for the mem ¬
bers of the supreme court to decide d ide I
Both the tb questions were submitted to o
that tribunal yesterday YHteJf V the former in InI Inthe I
the forenoon and the lb litter in the after ¬
5uo noon noonAt lJ n nAt nAt
At the conclusion of the arguments argum nte
the chief justice aatIced said that the cases casesR caaejouid CUtIouJd
jouid R ouJd be taken under advisement a4Y1Mmeat1
When vv hen an opinion will be handed down downs I
te problematical probleX aUcal There to i a general neral
fueling fHHn ft eling however that a decision will m be beliven t tgiven
liven iven in the Lewis matter ma ter first a U it Itrtally to toreally
really th t more important of the two twoquestion twoquestion
question The judge j1ad hold court un ¬
der his hi appointment irrespective of the theproceedings theJloceed1np theproceedings Ii IiQuestlo
proceedings which were begun in theSupreme the thesupreme tit titIUpreme
supreme court some J day de ago Today I
be goes to Tooele county coun t to hold courthiss court
H hiss hiapP appolntmtat to not moml l 1 no dm dmshould time timeuld
should uld b be lost In proclaiming that facty fact factM I
M his hi decisions in came would thereby
be null and void 014 so it to contended
For that reason it to argued the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court will announce ita conclusion In
the judgeship j lp controversy before It will
that of Chief of PoUc George A
Sheets Sb It to likewise poastMa that the IM
two eases may ma be disposed of at the thesame thelfte theutme
same lfte time timeArfunejtte tI timeAxgumeats
Arfunejtte ia Sheets Oaa OaaWhen ClaM ClaMWh asssWhen
When Wh the Sheet case was u called calledwhen canedwben calledwhen
when court convened Attorney Attorne Straup
poke flrat In behalf of the present incumbent in incumbent In Inctunbent ¬
cumbent He contended the council baa baano huno hasno
no right to n t ike ke rules governing Us It
body which are in I conflict with the statutes stat statutes tat tatUl ¬
utes therefur the city clt council exceedtd exceed exceeded exceedc4 ¬
ed it its authority when the committee on
laws law I drafted iul 1 rule u No < 1 and andwbleh which was waaafterward w watterwar wasafterward
afterward vdopud dp b It > the council upon
the committee recommendation recommendationBy
By adopting the t e rule ral which provide
that It requiroj a majority jority vote ote of thecouncilmen the tbecoundlmett thecouneUmet
councilmen elected to confirm an ap appointment appQlatBaent appointment ¬
pointment the attorney held that the thecity thecity
city council COanclJ exceeded the power of the thestatute thestatutes
statute in that it to I not a rule of pro procedure procedure ¬
cedure The closing cloaln remarks were devoted de devoted de dewted ¬
voted to showing that the appointment appointmentof
of the chief was not an act incurring incurringa Incurrtnliability
a liability consequently a majority of ofthe oftile ofthe
the member elected wa not required requiredto
to confirm the mayors appointment appointmentCity appointmentCity appointmentCity
City Attorney Nye followed The Th
theme of his argument wa w was that common com common common ¬
mon law may rule Intimating that thatmajority a amajority amajority
majority vote ote on any proposition to I suf sufficient uf ¬
ficient to carry a pro proposition Uon excepting
In cases where there to I a statutory provision pro provision proVIon ¬
vision to the contrary He also took tookthe tookthe tookthe
the stand tantttbat that the election of Chief ChiefSheet Chief8heeta ChiefSheets
Sheet WI wa not imposing a liability Habtltt7UP liabilityUpon liabilityupon
upon D the city cityBraedem cityDresden
cityDeaMII
Dresden Denies Qrvfof aa Opinion OpinionAttorney OpbdoaAttorney OpinionAttorney
Attorney General M A A Braeden thenargued then thenargued thenrPeCl
argued in behalf of the state tq Ha denied deniedthe deniedthe
the stories atori that he had ever given n anopinion an anopinion anopinion
opinion that the election of Chief Sheetswas Sheets Sheetswa Sheetswu
wu wa legal It He Aid it wq likewise not notso DOtao notso
so that the firm of Richard A Varian Varianhad Varianhad Varianhad
had been made his associates in the theHe theb1a thecase
case t his u uBt nH4
He Bt instil umattiaed WMd dllLi hat t the council ruleIs rule ruleto ruleta
to not in conflict with the statute statu that thatIt tbatIt thatit
It baa the right t to enact rule to govern governIt pftrDIta governits
It its own deliberation He was wa w followedby followed followedby I Ittomey
by Attorney Richard Rt who devotedmach devoted devotedmuch dvotedach
much ach of his time to showing bowl that the theelection theelection
election of Chief Sheet did impose a aliability aUablltt alitbWty 11
liability Uablltt upon the city He argued that thatinasmuch thatinasmuch
inasmuch a as the office had been vacatedtor vacated vacatedfor vacatedfor
linulaueh for some time and no one was drawing drawingthe drawlnlthe drawlndthe
the salary aa chief that jut a as won wona lOOnAI
a AI a chief was wa elected the liability wa warelBcurred was wasretacurred
relBcurred r That being the case the theelection theeJectloD theelection
election was not valid aa the neeeaaary neeeaaarymajority aeceur1DlaJorlt necessarymajority
majority of the councilmen elected did didnot didDot didnot
not vote ot for the mayor appointee appointeeJudge appointeeJudp appointeeJudge
Judge C F Loofbourow closed the arguments ar argument arpmenta ¬
gument He cited many authorities tosubstantiate to toaubatantlate toaubatantlate
aubatantlate the contention of his colleagues col colleague cola ¬
league a and gave a general eral review of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the ease easeAfter eaAfter easeAfter
After the noon reeesi the I Lewis > wto cue caaecame cuecame casecame
came up for argumentme argument The appointee appointeewa appointeereprutAte
wa wu represented by Attorney J E EFrlck EoPrtdt EPrick
Prick The attorney general made hto htosecond b bMCODd bbsecond
second appearance before the court by byarguing byupl byarguing
arguing upl for the state Both attorney attorneyadmitted attome attomeadmttttcl attorneysadmitted
admitted the question involved hinged hingedupon hlasedapon hingedupon
I upon the construction placed upon the theconstitution
1 constitution governing eralq the matter of ofthe ofI
I the appointment Appo or election of Judges Judgesfor Juqetor judgefor
for the u various judicial districts of the thestate theatate thestate
state stateHAND atateHAHD stateHAND
a
HAND LOST CASE DROPPED DROPPEDtdt
ami tdt Xtar or Damages Dismissed For TorIrfiek ForLeek or orL
Leek of p Prosecution ProsecutionThe Proeo tion tioaThe tionThe
The suit uit of Thomas Moran 0111 for dam damage darneaued damages
age caused by the loa loam of a band while whileworktmjr wlttlewo whileworidny
worktmjr wo on the Leamington cutoff cutoftI was wasi wasdismissed
i I dismissed dl In the federal coart yesterday yesterdaybecause J Jbeea
i because beea no one appeared to prosecute prosecuteI
I I the caR caeI caseMoran
I Moran wa was employed by Flick AJohnson A AJohJuon AIJobuon
Johnson the construction e company as AII asa
1 a dumpmao Hi His duty wa was to unload onloadthe unloadI unloadthe
I the gravel 1 from the cars and It ItI wa wai was wasthe
i the t role to have ba ve the cars stop to at the thei
i point needed and empty t thfn He Hewaa Hew Hewarn
I warn w engaged ed at the work last at November Novem November ¬
ber and was working workl nights To ex expedite expecUte expedite ¬
pedite matter the car were not notstopped nMItopped notstopped
stopped the operation of unloading be beI be beIlnr being
I Ilnr ing carried on while the car were in inmotion Inmotion inmotion
motion Moran X ran was at a point about aboutone aboutone aboutone
one and onehalf miles mU west of Ter Terminus TerIftln Terminus ¬
minus Iftln It wa w was his hi duty dut to put an IronI Iron Ironbar Ironbar
bar under one side of the car This Thisiron Thl ThisIron
I iron worked on the principle of a leveraced lever leverand leveeI
I and threw out the load In some man manner manner mannor
ner Morans hand wa was caught and cut cutI cutoil
I i off An action wa w was brought againstthe against againstI
I I the contractors for damages 8ln in the sum sumof nlftI
of 12000 12000BBATJTT 2000I
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BBATJTT AJID KXMUQVS KXMUQVSre
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aII re desirable Ton are strong and andI vigBrow vig vigorous ¬
I IOU Ci when your blood Is pure Many Manynay Man ManInay Manyi
Inay i nay most naOlltwomen women fall to properly di digest 41pat dlgent
pat their food and so become paleefow pale palei
11110 i efow Uow thin and weak while hUe the thebrightness thebl
> brightness bl htneu freshness and beauty of the theskin theskin theskin
skin and complexion depart part Remedyth Remedy Remedythis Remedythis
this th unpleasant evil by eating Un nourish nourishing nourllhin nourishing ¬
ing in food and d taking tak1n a small dose of ofHeroine oferblne ofHarbin
Heroine after each meal to digest dl t what whatyou whatyou hat hatyou
you have eaten Me at Z C M I IDruf IDraw IDn
Draw Dn Dept Deptt DeptAtta4
t es esAttend fc 4i 4iAttend
Attend the Spring Clearance Bale BaleEntire BaleEnUre Salel
Entire l stocks of silks and dress dressgoods dreuItoocla dresseoode
goods at splendid price reductions reductionsWALKERS reducUonaWALKERS reductionsWALKER
WALKERS 8 STORE SIOREl SIOREAUct10IL STOREAuction
11 11Auction l
Auction Sale SaleThe SaleTIM SaleTb1
The last week of the tb auction sale saleof saleot saleof
of the McConahaySharp Jewelry com companys eomI company
I panys stock at 41 West Second South Southstreet Southtreet Southstreet
street Greater bargains than ever everWe everWe everWe
We need the money Come and buy buytbe bu butile buythe
tile goods at your our own price priceAuction prIOfAuction priceAuction
Auction sales Ie daily dall at a 230 30 and
730 a m mEuropean mB1UOptaD mEuropean
European and American Plan Plan1ALT PlanI PlanSALT
SALT LAD CITYS HEW HOTEL HOTELTHX HOTELlJB HOTELTRE
I THX XXMTFOV XXMTFOVLarge D1tYOLarse tTOYi tTOYiLarge
Large superb and incomparable incomparableAttend IncomparableAttend incomparablets
ts tsAttend
Attend the Spring Clearance Sale SaleI
i Entire stocks stoc toe of silks and dress dressI
I goods at splendM splen price reductions reductionsI reduttiooflHW
1 I teYALstXKS HW t bTOiUi
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NEW NEWCAR CAR FOR FORMR FORMR FORt FORM
MR M RBAN t tTrim BANCROFT CROFT t
Trim If 1 fTji TI Goaches Expected Expectedty
ty Start S oct line lineiAY Lln LlnlAY lineMAY
lAY ADOPT HOSPITAL CAR CARvwrai CAREAX4lil
1 11tAJnU
1tAJnU J1T DIIIJ1IamIO J S hOIStOM ID IDVU1I PUVUTS
vwrai pi piTen DIIDl1NArIOJr DIIDl1NArIOJrTen
Ten firstclass nrstc pssssnger p aser coaches eoach will willbe willbe 111 111be
be received py > y tha lb Short Line In a few fewdays fewdaTa fewdays
days from the shea shops hi the east J F FDunn FDwn FDn
Dunn the superintend of otmotlve motive pow power power power ¬
er left eft for Chicago last evening se nlng to accept acceptthe accepttbe acceptthe
the work Among tb u coaches to a new newprivate newprivate newprivate
private car tyt f Vice PresMent W H HBancroft HBaaerott HBancroft
Bancroft The car pranlMt to br beaD an im improvement 1mprovenult tmprovement ¬
provement over anything of the kind in inthis inWs inthis
this part of to the weft w a as a number of ofdurable ofdeetrable ofdesirable
durable Innovations at us apparent t in the thedesign thedeetp thedesign
design and furniahmg Ic of the car carThe carThe carThe
The car now no used hf Mr Bancroft wUl wUltendent wUlJ willbe
J turned ever to the general upertn eupertnteident upertnten
tendent ten ent for a private oar and K E Esuperintendent Cai Caivias 1 1vIn
vIn vias car will be taps by JC C Hanson Hansonsuperintendent JeauonwJ8llntadeat
superintendent of the Idahe division of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the Oregon Short 8boItUM bin It to expected expectedto qpee qpeeto
to remodel Mr Manaoas car Into an anemergency anemer anh
emer emergency h hospital It this tel is done the thaear thecar theear
ear earemergency emergencye will W be e ttF ttttecl tty with ratlug t1Iur ta
bias ba surgical surgicalnand tiraM tiraMra aa aaysa
ysa nand and other artteta needed dTi in case casen caseof
of as n emergency x i iThe
The plan ia to us use tile ear to ease of a astead ak awreck I
wreck k or an aceI aleagthe the line In Instead
stead of me moving the patient tII to the bos bospital ho hopital
pital the hospital b ia movsd to the pa p ¬
Cleat anti the th Mario Infuriss MM be e attended tochecked to toat toat
at of onceVerjr once Very 0 < rften tearesove yeoorerr y is retarded retardedor retardedof e4 e4or I Itoo
or checked eked enitrefer on JrW because the patient Uent ia i
too far removed boss b w hate of this kind I
Instances are OB reeord In the west eft wherep where wherewnue
InJuNd JIIOfti p + nee have died on the wa wawM war
wM w wnue oeing removed to some son place where
they the couU eo cold rewire reeet proper medical at ¬ I
tendance One or two large systems in
the east have found these hospital e can caravary eareftr canvery
vary useful uaefulllDee since their introduction Th The
Short Short Line will be the first road to intro intros ¬
duce s this innovation in a the west weatBIGHT westBIGHT eat eatBIGJIT
BIGHT WADS EHJOIXBD EHJOIXBDJuojfe ENJQnOm ENJQnOmJuclp EliJOtIDJudge
Judge Phillip P1 e f Kansas City Ben Bendeal nd Bendone
deal d Important Decision DecisionKansas DeaialonKanau DecisionKaU
KaU Kansas su City April AD I t7Judge e John JO bn FPhillips V VPhillips JIPhUu
Phillips PhUu i in the United States circuit circuitcourt circuitcourt circuitcourt
court here today granted a temporary
injunction restraining the following followingnamed followlncDaJMd fol winnamed
named eight roada from discriminatingnet discriminating d
ant Unat net small 1 shipper Chicago C o AI Alton Altonicago AltonChlcaco AltonIcago
Chlcaco icago Milwaukee e A St Paul Atahii Atohiaon AtohiaonTopeka 8onTopeu on onTopeka
Topeka I Santa Fa F a Chicago Burling Burlington ¬
ten Qulney Masourl Pacific P Rock RockIsland Rockisland k klliand
Island Wabash and Chicago A North Northweatern Northeat Northwestern
western weaternThese westernThese eat eatTheM
These case presented the same ques question qUelltlon question ¬
tion involved In similar cases passed passedupon paedupon passedupon
upon by Judge Qissscup of Chicago on onFriday onJlrtday onFriday
Friday last As the demurrers UII8n in these thesecasea theeet betecase
case t were w heard by Judge J udn Oroaacup up and andJudge andJudp andJudge
Judge Phillips Phoo stum together the brief briefopinion briefopinion briefopInion
opinion delivered by Judge Qrosscup last lastFriday JutFrtdar lastFriday
Friday waa the result of their conference conferenceand
and agreement agreementTbe agreementThe
The decision decision deell oa rendered by Judge Phil Phillips Phillips ¬
lips today which wee oral maintains maintainsthat Jftahttatnathat maintainsthat
that the discriminations and rebates made madeand madeand de deand
and allowed by the railroad companies companieswere
were violative vi latlve of the interstate commerce commerceact commerceact commerceact
act and that they tended to create a amonopoly amonopoly amonopoly
monopoly in the th shipment t of grain and andproducts andproducta andproduct
products In favor of the Individual Ia ship shipper ahipper shipper ¬
per to the practical exclusion of all allother allother allother
other dealers and like shipper and that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the question presented ted was u whether or ornot ornot ornot
not a bill in equity equltJ at the instance of ofthe oftho ofthe
the attorney general genefa of p the United States Stateson
on request of the interstate commercecommission commerce commercecommission comme commecoDUnl8aton
commission would lie to enjoin the de defendants detendanta defendante
fendants from further rebates and dis discriminations dlaCIImtnaUona diasrlminstlotas ¬
criminations criminationsTbe CIImtnaUonaThe
The inclination h1 of the tII mind mI of the court courtwaa e courtwas urt urtwall
wall that the acts done were not only onlyviolative onlyvlolatfve onlyviolative
violative of the interstate commerce stat statute statute statute ¬
ute but also 1110 of the antitrust statute statuteand attuteand statutand
and that the government m In the capacity capacityof
of a aconcerned Parent repn representing atit atithe aU th he pJe pJeeoneerne pkeconcerned
concerned to n the lJbI shipment t of worn au pro products Prarducts ¬
ducts and for forentitled the fuMfe JP wclfanwas wclfanwasentitled welt of w wenUtled
entitled to a = M > eFt th 3i fefmcofit to toenjoin toenjoin toenjoin
enjoin such violation latioes of o c the Ia that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the the blU known as the th Blktas BUd bill under underthe underthe underthe
the decision of the supreme court of the theUnited theLnlted
United States in Missouri Pacific Rail Railway Rail Railway RaUway ¬
way company vs United States recently recentlyi y yrendered
i rendered explicitly confers eonf Jurisdiction Jurisdictionupon juri IcUon I
upon the federal courts in equity both bothas botbas bothas
as to pending pendi and future cases that thatthere thatthere
1 there can be no question of the right right rl < ht of ofthe
the court to grant a temporary tell1 injunc Inunclion injuncI injunction
I tion in the cases pending which will willdone be bedone bedone
done on motions now entered with withtake leave leaveto
to the defendants It they desire desireIssue to take takeissue takeue
issue ue by answer as to the truth of the theallegations tbeaneaUODS theallegations
allegations of the hill hillaJLTlfi billJJTM btilZATBffi
aJLTlfi MAY U Y GO U USaltair UP UPSaltair UFI
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Saltair Directors May Xa Increase Icr Trar TrarItof TraTeHnc Travsling
sling Expense to the Lake LakeIt
It ia not Improbable tm that the rate t tSaltair tn tnSaltalr toSaltair
Saltair will be raised this season to 60 60cents Ocents 50cent
cents The Th matter ia under consideration considerationby
by the directors who lOok with Ith favor favorupon tavorupon favorupon
upon the plan aa the only way to over overeon oerthe overi
eon the increased bte expense occasioned occasionedby
i by a general advance in I supplies of all allkinds allI a akinds
kinds ktn One of the officers said yester yesterday yeaterday yesterday ¬
I day that the rate if adopted will not rep represent re rejlftlent ¬
jlftlent represent resent an a Increase of tons established establishedrates utabUllhedI establishedrates
I rates but a return to former prices pricesThe prteeaI pricesThe
I The rate was cut in two about four fouryears toury fouryears
years y ago on account Wit of the business businessrsl rsl de depression d dDnalon ¬
pression rps p at t that that time tt Business e general generally ¬
ly 17itimproved baa itimproved improved since but the old rates rateswere rat ratwere ratesere
were ere erehas hasnot not restored restored to The company is of oftha otthe ofthe
the opinion that there tilt has b never ne been beenany beenanr beenany
any increase of attendance M the result resultof TUUltof resultof
of the lower rates The increase applies appliesonly apDiesonl appliesonly
only onl to the railroad fare The bathing bathingwill bathiqwU bathingwill
will remain the same as last 4 year A A AImprovement bl blImprovement big bigimprovement
Improvement is expected ex In this feature featureof
of the pleasure pl pleasuresdays The water was w mea measured meaured mealneed ¬
ured several vera days ago and it was wa found foundthat foundthat foundthat
that the depth around the pavilion had hadIncreased hadIncreased hadincreased
Increased thirteen = inches and the situa situation situation tua tuatIon ¬
tion is I constantly proving annrovragIt 0 provingIt
It Uie Is believed that tile improvement will willI willeontlnue willcontinue
I continue through May Last Laatear year the JaIl JaIlfeU lakefell lake
1 fell about twentyseven Inches so that thati thatthe
i the lake will hi have to rise 11 fourteen fOUlt more moreinches JftorelnebH
I Iiehes inches before fore it ia up to the depth ap apparent apparmt apparent
parent early in the season last year yearSAJTTA yearSAJfTA yearSA
SA SAJTTA IITA PI BUYS iu s ROAD EOADValuable ROADValuable ROADValuable
Valuable Stoetdi of ofRailwalIunt ei Railway Built by bySenator DrI bySenattoi
Senator tor Bapew BapewLos DipeWLoI DapewLos
I Los Angeles A C Cat Aprtt Z7Offlclal an announcement a anoaneement annonneement ¬
nouncement was mad today teda from the theheadquarters thebeadQuarte theheadquarte
headquarters of the tIIIi Santa to Fe In this thl city cityof cityof cityof
of the purchase by twtMt that company of the therailroad tbeJtand theRand
Rand > railroad which connects cnncts the thelurg theJtanclab theRand
Jtanclab Rand lurg mini mining district with the mainline main maini mainline
i line of tube the Santa F Fe at Kramer a short shortdistance shortdistance holtdtanCl
distance north of Baratow The price priceI pricepaid pricepaid
I paid was not mad aidsThe nile pobtteTbe nileI
The Randaburg yseread railroad was built sv sven IIven myen
I en years ago by Saaator ssata Cbauncey Chaun M Ic Mand
c DeDew and a nun at other Ne New Yort Yortrailroad orl orlrailroad
1 railroad men far t the purpose of developing devel dewlopt ¬
oping opt o sum the California RaMmin Band mines es In the theRandsburg tbeRaadlbutK thesum t
sumads Randsburg ads district The road to twenty twentyseven twentyven twentyseven
seven ven mUss tour and man from Kramer Krameron Kraaa Kraaaon
on the Santa 1 Fa J to Johannesburg JoIt II four fourantaFe foUlmO tourmiles
mO miles from The Santa antaFe Fe will
take possession May H HCharles 1 1Zaikald
12iet
Zaikald iet ietCharI Notes NotesCharles
Charles CharI F Warren W of UM lb Santa F Fwaa Fe FeIn Fewas
was in Fanfield laIrtteIdF yesterday yesterdayF
F W Angler of Pen 18 Denver traveling trat tratfor tree agent ageatfor agentfor
for the Union Pacific was in the city cityyesterday dt dtywrda cityyesterday
yesterday ywrdaA yesterdayA
A P Maaaey tcs tssvsing vJbiT > passenger pasaangcragent passengeragent TJICW TJICWapnt
agent agente for citythe the Boston A Main X road ia iain ieIa bTwTwo
in the e city cityTwo cityTwo
TwTwo Two changes c an anBOonoed by Su Superintendent Superintendent Slape ¬
perintendent pe n ent J H Toaair nag of the Rio RioGrande
I Grande to go Into eff affaet set on the let of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the month One to the appointment UDOIa aen of ofE ofE t tE
E H Hempler Hem er a as m mtlon agent at WoodIIIde eNdrnlde tits titslion Itadon
don to succeed eeeed Oa eIHII aa Brawn H T TMatthews TJlattheWl TMatthews
Matthews wilt b 118 the new aw agent for the theAy theCOIDpD7 thecompany
company Ay at Frtate station eadoati to succeed A Atts AA AA
A Betta tts The latter latt goes to Spokane SpokaoeD IIpoka IIpokaD
D E Burley DurIe giairaj passangtr and andticket andtI andtit
ticket tI ket agent and J B Durham freight freightclerk freightclerk retclatclerk
clerk for the Short Sheeta SheetLine Line have returned returnedfrom returnedfrom returnedfrom
from Portland Ore where they at attended attended attended ¬
tended the meeting of the general generalsenger pU pUt pas passenger ¬
senger t r agents J 1 V Durham to fining finingthe
I the position of MStolint to Mr Burley Burle BurleI
I during the absence of D 8 Spanoer who whoaccompanied whoI
I accompanied tho daft Lake party to AtLouis at StLouis atLouie
Louis LouisI LouieFriendl LouisFriends
I Friends of I A Benton of the Rio RioI RIoGrande RioGrande
I Grande have been smoking oklnome some extra extrafine extrafine extrafine
fine imported cigars for the past few fewdays fewlays fewdays
days The cigars are six Inches In length lengthand lengthand tb tband
and while not so large 11 aa a mans wrist wristin wristIn 7IIt 7IItIn
in the middle they are fat enough to toI tooccuIon tooccasion
I occasion comment A food Cl smoker by bycareful b baretul bycareful
careful management can ea begin one of ofth ofthf ofthe
th the < cigars one day and have it pretty prettywell pret prettywell ty tywell
well smoked up by sundown of the next nextThe nextTht nextThe
The cigars were brought brou ht here wrapped wrappedin
in a oalm leaf and a package of them themlortktd tbflIIIhd themlooked
looked for all th the world like an es esag eaiIaat exaggerated
ag iIaat ratdd 4 feet tussle
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A POOR CRUTCH CRUTCHExperience CRUTCHBxperienee J JExperience
Experience is a dear teacher as those who pin theirfaith their theirfaith theirfaith
faith to Mercury find out sooner or later This power powerful powerful power1a1
ful poison combined CO with Potash is the treatment gen generally generally generally ¬
erally prescribed bed for Contagions Blood Poison but failure failureand failureand failureand
and disappointment is isthe the invariable invariableresult result These mins min minerals minerals
erals drive dri mthesotcssutd eruptions and apparently the thedisease theis thedisease
disease is gee and the = patient t believes the cure perma pennaneat permaueet permanent
neat but a ao soon learn better when the old symptoms symptomsreturn symptomsRtum symptomsreturn
return altcost l as soon as the treatment is left off You Youmust Youmust Youmust
must either eith keep the system saturated with mercury or endure the tortures torturesof
of sore mouth ulcerated throat t and the mortification that one naturally naturallyfeels naturallyfeels naturallyfeels
feels when the body is covered with disgusting sores rashes coppercolored coppercoloredsplotches coppercolorcdsplotches coppercoloredsplotches
splotches and other aggravating symptoms of this vile disease diseaseMercury diseaseMercury diseaseMercury
Mercury and Potash are poor crutches and their use eventually breaks breaksdown breaksdown I
down dowathe the constitution ruins the digestion and cause the bones to t decay
S S S saguaran a guaranteed teed purely vegetable remedy is the theonly theonly theonly
only antidote for Contagious Blood Poison It de destroys destroys destroys ¬
stroys every atom of the deadly virus overcomes the thebad thebid thebad
bad effects eleetsof of the mercury and cleanses the blood and andsystem andsystem andsystem
system so thoroughly that never after are any au r signs signsof
of the disease seen Nor is the taint ever transmitted to others othersWe othersWe othersWe
We will send free f our book on Contagions Blood Poison which is inter interesting iutelnug intereating ¬
eating and contains full directions for treating yourself at home Medical healadvice Medicaladvice dicaladice
advice or any special information desired given without charge chargeTHE chargeTIlE chargeTI
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Pittsburg PittsburgThe
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The strange story stn stnbroke of a Citizens Party that thatbroke thatbroke
broke through one one ring into another By ByMinneapolis ByLin B Y YLu
Lin > < oIn Steffens who wrote the at Sh3J11e S ame of ofMinneapoHs ofessness
Minneapolis MinneapolisLouis and Shamelessness essness of o St StLouis I
Louis LouisMiss LouisMiss I IMiss
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Miss Tarbell in her History of the Standard StandardOil
Oil Company tells tellsf tellsfThe of ofThe f fThe
The Last Fight Fightof
of o the c Independents with the e Great Trust in inthe i ithe
the othe struggle f for or business freedom Mr Rocke Rockefeller Rockefeller ¬ II
feller becomes becomesf becomesLord Lord of o the Oil Regions He Heand Heand Heand
and his associates are indicted for criminal criminalconspiracy criminalconsplTacy criminalconspiracy
conspiracy
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Six Short Stories StoriesThe
HThe The End of the World a powerful story yet a sdentfflc prediction by bySimon bystmoa bySimon
Simon Newcomb the famous astronomer astronomerA
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H The Argument for me the Defence a love story Ii ay Grace 8 Hiehmond HiehmondThe lidimondThe II of ofH
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M The Banshees Halloween a lively Uft1 Irish story by Hem Templeton TempktonMay TempletonMay TempletonMay
May McClures McCluresTEN s sTEN
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I Have you lost the th fire fl and strength tTe h of ofyouth ofouth ofyouth
youth outh Have you come and go p pains p11I8in ins insin
51 in your our back and shoulders Are you yougrowing Jougrowlq yougrowing
growing old too soon soonIf soonif t tJ
If J t you have these symptoms p1o or any anyother anyoth anyother
other oth r sign of breaking down of your yournerves yournfrf yournerves
nerves and vitality you will find new newlife newlit newlife
life lit In Electricity as applied while you yousleep yousleep OU OUsle
sleep sleepDR sle sleepDR p pDR
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Is made for you It Is the best way ay to use Electricity It pours a gentlo gentlostream pnthstr gentlostream
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makes you fed bright t active nd unions in one Bights t use You get getstronger getstronger
stronger tr ncer eachtday each and in a few f week you are a new saaa uionser u r and andyounger androunger andyounger
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you will return a patient M courteous courteoustreatment COUrt courteoustreatment U5 U5treatment
treatment firstclass ftratcl work aDd reasonable reason reasonable n nable ¬
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equipment is most modern having a spared sparedneither at arei areineither
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