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= 2 THE SALT LAKE HERALD lI MONDAY ON DAY OCTOBER 26 1903
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WORST W RST ACCIDENT IfJ INJHE INJHEHISTORY If IfHISTORY RE REHISTORY
HISTORY OF lM WTUNNEL WTUNNELTen TUNNEL TUNNELt
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Ten Lit Live m Lost in the theCavein Cavein of Subway Roof ofand and andWalls andWalls
Walls and d Three Mn M n Injured InjuredJ J
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I i 6 6SateRt I ISMIrifltgMdt
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SateRt Rt and General Foreman F reman Arrested on a Charge of ofGflminal ofGtlminal ofCriminal
Criminal Negligence H gligenee gligeneeI
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TEW EW YORK Oct 23 2 25Ten Ten lives lIV Wen werolost WSTUIN
N IN lost by the t caveht cav 1 Of f the root rootand roe roeand Ut Utand I
and walls of o the subway tunnel at atOne atOne atOre I
One Hundred Bundrec1and and ttinetynfth street streetlst streetIMIt streetIt
lst night at aMl four perM wet eb bdly bdlyinjured bMbInjured i
1 injured All o of the dead and injured injuredwere Injuredw
i were w re workmen workmennd and nd most t of them themItalians themItalians themItaI1an8
Italians Following FoIIeI is I a list of their theirnames Uelrnames thSIflamea I
names namesTimothy namesTimothY flameaTimothy
Timothy Sullivan 8UanWilliam foreman foremanWilliam forelfl3tWilliam
William Schutte electrician electricianUulssappe electricianGul electricianuLaeepp
Uulssappe Gul uLaeepp Barono BaronoIx BaronotJtamllomt BaronotaiiWOn
tJtamllomt taiiWOn arune aruneLoula tune tuneLouts
Ix Louts > uls Tipple TlpptoFive TlpploFive Tipplec
c Five Ive unidentified Italian laborers laborersInjured laooensInjured Iaboerethjured
Injured Juno Pasquale Batasto Ve Velaatio Velatlo WelaaUo
laatio Alphonse Al hOlUle Armntello Arma l1 Juno BakL BaWWotmt BakLWOlllt BakLWetst
Wotmt jLcddVnt Acc14nt IMJ 4j Par ParThe ParThe PrThe
The accident wae ws the most disastrous disastrousthat 4lsaatrotistht Itroustt
that has occurred on the construction constructionof
of the subway At the point where wherethe wh whthe whOrethe
the cavein occurred a trans of twenty twentymon twentymll1 twentymtn
mon was wa at a t work in the tunnel which whichIf
If about 110 feet t t below the surface surfaceRufus surfaceRufus artaceRufua
Rufus C Hunt general enerai superintend superintendent ¬
fOnt nt of the tunnel work said today that thattwo tbattwo thattwo
two converging teams had appeared in inthe Inlhe Inthe
the tunnel during dur1n the day on Saturday SaturdayThe turda7 turda7The tUrda7rh
The rh presence leMDce of these seams however howeverwas hoeverw
was w wa hot believed to Indicate any more moredangerous moredabrous moredannroua
dangerous character of the rock than thanhad thanha4 thanhad
had Jtf previously VloUll1 > been encountered al although JIJt 1 1though ¬ i
though t it was thought necessary n to toprotect t tprot tOprotect
protect the roof with a number of up upright uprlaht UPright ¬
right Umber braces bracesThe bra bratesThu M MTIle
The tunnel w wai being bored 1 4 by open openIng apening penIn
Ing In a perpendicular embrasure in the theface theface
face of the th bore and blasting the th sides sidesto sldeato sidesto
to the right and left of these em embrasures emhr emhraaureg ¬ I
brasures hr Three blasts were arranged arrangedhy arranedhy
hy the uetrll1en drillers the holes being charged chargedwell chargOdweU
well toward the root The drillers drillersthen 4railerstlHtft drillersthen
then withdrew and the Blasts G sts ts were HP set setoff setoft 1
off 0 < in n rapid succession oy T electricity electricityloottentag eJeelttcltyI
7 I looeh loottentag ing t lane quantities of earth and androck andTooL I
rock roc
rocou Game Down With a Crash CrashAbout OrashAbont I IA1IcMIt
About ten minutes elapsed to allow allowthe allowthe I Itbe
the smoke e to clear away awa before Tim Timothy Tlmotlat Timotby ¬
othy Sullivan 1It D the t th foreman and Elec Electrician EIeetrletan Iec Iectrlelsn ¬
trician Sehuette lidvanoed the latter latterintending latterIntdln latterIntending
intending to string wires and hang hangelectric baneeJ hangeIetrIc
electric eJ trlc lamps to light the way They Theywere TheyYo Theywere
were Yo ere followed by b sixteen workmen workmenThe workmfmThe workmseThe
The vanguard of the gang p had scarcely scarcelyreached JJCrCeIyreac scarcelyreachpd
reached reac the broken stone when a rum rumbling rambUn rumhUng ¬
I
hUng bUn sound was heard It grew In Involume Inelume Inelume
elume with llghtningUke Il < rapidity rapidityThose rapidityhos I It1aoee
Those hos In the th rear esr had just time to turn turnabout turnabout turnabout
about and run Tua when with a deafening deafeningcrash deatenlncruh deafenIngcrash
crash hundreds of it tons of rock fell on onthe i ithe
the men at the face of the boring boringThe boringThe J JThe I I
The drillers rtll and two or three I Itat Itatiaa Italfans tat j jians
fans who were out of reach of the del delfaces deLjug
uae ug of u rock were knoeked nat on their theirnL their1c I
faces nL 1c by the rush oc wind driven driventhrough driventhroogh
through t the tunnel tunnelWhen tunnelthe tunnelwhon I
When the roar had ceased the cries criesof erteIIt1f criesif I
of the t injured workmen reechoed reechoedthrough reechoedthrough
through the tunnel An alarm was wastelephoned wastIepiione4 u uleplMJfte4qulckl
reech0e41
telephoned leplMJfte4qulckl quickly into the police policeheadquarters policeheaduat policehethusrters I
headquarters headuat and nd reserves rn ad adh1lMeee am ambalances aan1u1ancee
balances were ere immediately sent to the thescene theceIIe thescen
scene sceneA
ceIIeWk Wk Weckotam WeckotamA f fA
A policeman 1 and two ambulaiv e cur surgeons 8urere cureon ¬
eon were ere the t first to etat enter Me bi tun tuniieL tu turiel tuniiI
iiI They ran aloag alOll the track tJiacllwhJclt tJiacllwhJcltFU which whichwas whichwas
was still tlft lighted Ittrht c by b incandescent incandescentlamps Ifteandeseentlamps cenlJaMPS
lamps until they reached the great pile pileof pI pIf pilenf
of f bowlders Were and crushed ted1t reek The Thefirst thentlcttra Thel1Tst
first ntlcttra vfcttra cthn found an Italian laborer laborerwas laborerwas borer borerVa
was pinioned on a shelf of the excava excavation exeavad08 excavatIes ¬
tIes by one tog Ir a boulder o about ten tentons tento tentons
to tons in weight having havl < fallen oh It He Hewas Hehanctnlr Hewas
was hanging head down groaning in inftemlcotisciousnees InmIcODllClone Inem1consciousnee
ftemlcotisciousnees The rock that thatheld tbathe14 thathtId
held him was restrained from falling fallingfurther faUinffu fallingfurther
fu further by a small piece lece of stone In lnsecureljr Inec insecUrely
secUrely ec wedged under er it It and d an ef effort effort effort ¬
fort to move the boulder would Cause Causethe eauethe causethe
the Italian to be completely crushed crushedThe cnatJhedThe crushed111O
The doctors then determined to ampu amputate ¬
tate 1 at the pinioned leg and this was wasdone wapdone wasdone
done In the light of the ambulance ambulancelamp 4mbulanteJa ambulanceJamp
lamp Ja TH Tie man who was as not Ktenti Ktentifled MJelttlflfd Ideiltifled
fled died later at a hospital hospitalThe Ito ptta1TIae hoSpitalThu
The work of further rescue was de d ¬
lay Ja3C tor r some little time 0 owlnit owin to the thethreatening theth thethreatening
th threatening position J of the boulder Tselderatirnethe boulderMeantime bMl4erXtbae
Meantime atirnethe the cries and groans gr fl from fromCERTAIN romCERTAIN fromCERTAIN
CERTAIN OF THEIR PAY PAYW PAYw PAYWdit
W Wdit sW Lifted LIft Vxtm Kinds Xba ef f Ka Kattonal XattODal Mationsi
ttonal Guardsmen GuardsmenFort
Fort Riley R Kan Oct 25 25For For a short shorttime shortt1m
tt t1m time today there was a possibility that thatthe
the regiments re ments of the national guard guardwould JUardwoul4 guardwould
would not receive their pay before de departure departure departure ¬
parture The paymasters were here 1t re with withthe wltltthe withthe
the money y but they demanded that the theregular th thr thregulOr
regular r r army officers detailed to mustr raustrthp mustrth mustrtao
tao th military regiments should h uld notify them themas themto themas
as to the time the national guardsmen guardsmenleft guanleft
left home the length qtb of time on the road roadramp roeditolng roadgoing
going and coming and the duration ot otrall1p ofcamp
ramp duty The mustering muster officers offlCf > rc rcfosedm t thtllfdtn ofusedhi
fosedm every case to comply with the themajority them themajority
majority m orlty of these requests tll on the ground groundof
of f lack of personal knowledge For a ashort aIIb ashort
short IIb rt time there was a deadlock but Ad Adjutant Adjutant Adjutent ¬
jutant General Mayes stepped stt > P4d Into the theoffice theotllce theoffice
office certified OM to the facts ra 1I in each ease caesupplied coaqQpUec1 easeauDpIIed
supplied the certificates to the mustering musteringA muter muterA
A A PI3ASJLKT prr surr STTRPRXSS STTRPRXSSXR 1J1tP 1J1tPIa
XR 1 Stare bore B hr r Those OM Who Doubt DoubtWnen DoabtWhea DoubtWhe
Wnen Whe you read that a sufferer petei of ofmany ormaby ofmafly
many years standing has been com completely comy cornpetely ¬
pletely y restored to health by b using usingSmiths ulaaSmlths usingSmiths
Smiths Cureall you are Inclined to todoubt todoubt todoubt
doubt the statement and in fact have haveno a aJao haveno
no belief in It whatever The reason reasonfor reaeotor reasonfor
for this Us to tkat Utat1IO so much is claimed for forthe fordie forthe
the Cureall It te I HnpossiMe for anyone anyoneto
to believe it 16 the advertiser a vutleer conAded conAdedbis con8de4ld confldedlila
lila ld claims to the curing of one diseas diseasas dI dIa dlseasal
as a do the proprietors of Pyramid Pi PiCore PU PUQlre Pftdfaire
Core readers would ould have much more morefillth moreth moretdlth
fillth th in published testimonials Those Thosefamiliar noset ThosefmIlIar
familiar t m11iar with this great remedy rem y know knowtfcat knowGat knowthat
that testimonials as to its merit may mayb maTrelied
b relied upon pon implicitly Int ltcltly also that the thecures th thclIrH thoehrea
cures brought about by Its use are arelijltle arel1tle
lijltle 11 l1tle tIe short of marvelous The genuine genuineners renulnenf genuinefore
fore nf 1t of the tb testimonial te Uft1olaial here given ven i ivouched il ilvou 1vtuehed
vouched vou hed for and Is I but one of thou thbttstinds th thousends b bnds
sends nds received receivedI
I wish wf to write you and d tell you youwhat youhat youwhat
what hat your yo r Pyramid Pile Cure has done donefor dOmefOr donsfor
for me I havebeen have been troubled trou with piles pttesfor pliesor
for or the past five ft years and used 1 every everyremedy e eJmedy everyit
remedy it niedy that was recommended to tohUe me meWhile meWhile
While hUe some som would give me relief for forawhile forawhile forawhile
awhile they Tneer never have cured I was wasso vuso wasso
so bad this summer 1 could not get up upor upor upT
T or town D without pain could not at attend attend attcnd ¬
tend to my m household 110U h lcl duties clut 1tfJ Finally FinallyI 1na1lti
I i got a wcnt box of your Pyramid PyramidTile PTathI4Ille PyratMPile
Tile Cure at the th druggists and It is isnow IsIto iszrnw
now Ito two months since I used u ld the last lastof lattoC laStof
of the box and have had no trouble troublesince troubleinC troublePiflCO
since I can say it is really and truly trulygood truJycoocI trulys
s good remedy remedyI nedv
I am so thankful I tried tri d It as I Iknow Iknow Iknow
know It has ha cured me and if at any anytime anytime
I time I should have any such ch trouble troubleagain troubllalaln troublagaIn °
again 1 would ue it at ence 8n < Since SinceI
I am cured I have recommended It to tomy tomy tomy
my friends Me whom holn I know to be afflicted afflictedas
as I was waa and ucl I know they tb y will use it itloo it1o
loo I am in c n thankful th nkful I 4 over ver n > r learned learnedof
I of It your cut Mrs Mr F Hutt 4CO Sec Secend Secfind Seeond
end street tirand rancl Rapids Mich MichPyramid Michlyrsmhd lchramW
Pyramid ramW Pile Cure ia i sold by drug druggists 4rugJ druggists ¬
gists J its for 50 cents a package ck or wilt wiltoo wlflmailed In Inj
j oo mailed to t z any address upon receipt receiptof receiptprice receiptprice
of price by Pyramid Drug company companyMarshall companyfarshAU companyInrha11
Marshall Mich Write this firm for forheir fo fobClr toeir
heir eir book k describing df criblD the cause and andcure andcure andcure
cure of piles
under the mass of stone wrought such suchexcitement Buchtement sucheddtenient
excitement tement among amon the rescuers t that thattHey thatthey
tHey were prepared to undertake any anydanger any4anpr anydsnger
danger to render reDcJ assistance to the im imprisoned 1mpt1IIooed impOisoned ¬
pOisoned men menOne menOne
One Dead OAf On AllVe AllVeThe Atl AtlThe lIYie lIYieThe
The cavein released a a natural atUralsprIq atUralsprIqIn spring
In the earth above the tunnel tUialieiend andIn andIna and In Ina Ina
a a few moments a stream at of water wat r was waagushing wa wasgushing
gushing hl In a slid trickling trl tdl ir about the thefeet thefeet thefeet I
feet of the th Workers and te some ex estIt t ttent Itent
tent interfered with the work tt tea 1fJ8eM teace j jcue
cue v j
ce1he The firemen and policemen cleared clearedaway eIearedafray oletedftay
away the small pieces of rock from the theb theblock thebig
b big block of stone and managed to toget tot togot
get t near Juno Pasquale and Batasto BatastoValautio JMtutVa1autto ittaatoValautto
Valautio who were bruised in the back backand backand
and tegs As soon as the injured lit I its itsimmediate ItsImmediate ItsImmediate t
immediate vicinity were removed the thestone thestone thestone
stone was blown up with powder and andtaken mnd mndtaken hndtaken
taken away a piece by piece Back of oftlda ofthis j
this rock was a fiftyton block that had ha4dropped i idropped Idropped
dropped from the roof of the tunnel tunnelIH tuntielia J Jlit
IH a crevice beneath it the bodies bod of oftwo ofto oftwo
two men one lying across the other otherwere otherre otherwere
were re found foundThe foundrbe foundhe
The he upper man had been crushed enl hed to todeath tod8th todth
death while the one underneath was wasalive wasalive as
alive though his legs and body were werecrushed werectu werecrushed I
crushed ctu laed it was an hour before b fo foW he howks hewas
was W s extricated The big stone was waspartly
partly blasted bla away while it lay over overhis overhis overhIs I
his and a hydraulic h7 jack then elevated elevatedthe e elevtedthe ed edthe
the remaining portion QC it sufficiently sufftctelWyto I Ito
to permit of the mans removal He Hewns Hewas
was Juno BuRl He had been pinned pftineduider I i iunder
under der the body of fate dead fellow fellowworkman fatlowworkman fellowworkman
workman for hours part of the thus tfaieconscious thusc4nseious
conscious consciousFour c4nseiousFour Ious IousFour
Four feet below the place where Bas Baski Bask Banhi I
ki lay the crushed form of Alphonse AlphonseArmatello AlphonseAnnate110 AlphonseArmatelio
Armatello was discovered under a aquantity aquantity I
quantity of small rock and shale He HeWftS I i iwas
was quickly extricated Then were werefound werefound
found the bodies of several unidentified unidentifiedItalians lAIdMltlft4MlltallaDB unidentifiedItalians I
Italians some of them crushed beyond beyondrecognition beyondTeCOlrnltion beyondrecognItion
recognition recognitionIjater TeCOlrnltionLater recognItionLater
Later the body of William Schuettev Schuettevwas Chuettetoun4 cltuette cltuettewas
was found within ten feet of the face faceof ceof theeof
of the tI tunnel t nnel He ha bed been killed k iled in instantly instantly instantly ¬
stantly stantlyPathetic
Pathetic Incident IncidentApathetic IncidentA IncidentAptbtic
Apathetic A pt tSc incident was the flndiagof flndiagofthe flndiajotthe of ofthe
the body of Foreman BulhVan 81IUlv wedged wedgedand WtCItetIand wededand
and jammed far beneath th the t e stone It Itwas ItWft
was Wft not recovered until long bn after day ¬
light From about 2 oclock in the themorning themornlD themorning I
morning his tenyearold son Samuel Samuelhad Samuelhad Samuelhad
had stood close e by apd could not be in induced InI induced ¬
duced to leave until the body of his htefather hisfather
father had been extricated extricatedMany extrieStedMany I
Many Italian women congregated congregatedabout congtegatedabout ted tedabout
about the exit weeping lamenting and andrushing andrushing
rushing to the trajn car eaeh time it i
brought forth a body bodyThe bodyThe I
The corpses cor of Stan StaUlOtne olne Brttne Louis Louisnpplo LouisTipple j
Tipple Qulseppe GulM pe Barone and three threeother i iother I
other unidentified Italians were found foundflattened
flattened l on the floor r of the tunnel lamel near nearwhere nearwhere
where the body of Sullivan Sul1l t was re recovered Jecevered IScovered
covered The heads hM of the men in inmost Inmost
most cases cases were toward the exit in I i
that they had plunged plu to the thenorth thenorth i inorth
north in an effort to escape pe Each Eachtons Eachy
hdy y was removed only b the theof 1Ift1D
of tons upon tons of t rock rocRCriminal ckCriminal rockCriminal
Criminal Heyliganee HeyliganeeItHfus Neg1IgoncenHftmg 8glicMle 8glicMleRufus I
Rufus C Hunt superintendent IJUperin mlent and andRichard andItichard
Richard Beyers general foreman for
John loll McDonald XeD naJ4 nsJd the contractor who is
building < the tunnel were te arrested relJted as aspoon a aftOO asRoon
poon ac they reached the scene of the thedisaster thedbJutet thedibsater I
disaster but 1tutbel being k experts in I tunnel tunnelwork ftinelwork tunnelwork
work and btastina bla blasting tTn < a magistrate re remanded r rJDaaHted remended ¬
mended them to the th coroner who held
them in 10000 10 ball each eachCoroner McbCOrGmr eachCoroner
Coroner Jackson said Mldke he believed the theaccident theaccident theaccident
accident was u caused by criminal neg ¬
ligence The seams that appeared Sat Saturday Batuday eaturdy ¬
urday are believed to have been about aboutthe Shoutthe
the great rock that fell directly in the thecenter thecenter thecenter I
center of the excavation As A soon IIOOUthIs as asthis asthis
this boulder boul acting as a keystone was wasreleased wasleleftRd wasreleased
released the stones on both sides fol followed fol14J1red followed ¬
lowed It ItFrom ItJIrom ItFront
From men who < bo worked la the th tun tunnel ttsni ttsnind I Inel
nel nd it was learned that props had been beenused beenuee4 beenused
used to hold up the roof The heavy
timbers tlm 12 by b 12 inches In wet ere cftMnMed cftMnMedlike CtMUke OmnflbIOdlike
like toothpicks beneath the great greatweight greatweight
weight of the t e cavein caveinofficers CllveIIlotttcen caveIaofficers
I
officers who turned them t in with their
muster mu ter rolls and nd the national guards guardswere pntsmea guardsmeit
mea were assured ure4 of then pay before tote
leaving leavt for home
the laanenvers nsnver vers for tomorrow t will willprIM eom
prIM t rttek atta attstk k and or defense of an In ¬
tten trenched h position positionCRISIS positionCRISWSCUSSED
poeItionlie
lie lieCRISIS
CRISIS CRISWSCUSSED CRISWSCUSSEDIdor DISCUSSED DISCUSSEDBider
Bider Idor Japanese Ja tU18ft atataemsa Galled Ot led in inConferenea inCfven inCanferenes
Conferenea ConfereneaYokohama CfvenYokohama CanferenesTokohama
Yokohama Oct 23 iAt At the conference conferenceheld COnflorenceftld centctenceheld
held yesterday between cabinet minis ministers Miniten minis1ers ¬
ten and the elder statesmen of Japan Japanthen
When ben the th far east crisis crill crilllre wsji aa dtoousMed cuaned
taste Were present among others Privy
Councilor Kptiukata t1ukata Baron Komura the
foreign fo lgn ntlcftter ml ter qf war ar General Oen at Tereau Tereauohi Tereauihi
ohi hi and Baron Yamaqfoto minister of ofm ofmdrine
marine m rlM in addition to Premier Katsura Kattluraand Katsuraand Katsuraand
and Marquis Ula Ito Itotion ItoIt Itoit
It Ie = officinjig daJI7 rporte4 PGJted here that ahi IIgb4waTa
wan uieil dt etUy etary tJf the J Jspwee e
lUOn tion at Beoul eo 1 Korea Ko and hte hi party
have been prevented ted by the Russians RussiansJapanese
trust J IIhdIn at YolPD1ptao YolPD1ptaoth bereipon RU88lanel
th the party Dr04Peded and l Idadod nd at WIju
Japanese reports of a visit to the al
l lagoS d signal station t tlon at Yongamwho Yon m ko are
to the effect ef that there te i a fortthere fortthereESCAPED fort there thereEScAPED
0 0ESCAPED
ESCAPED WITH HIS LIFE LIFEAttajapt LIFEAtpt LIFEAttsbtpt
Attajapt of a a Sbldler dlbr t 1 Make Bal Balloon t t100n d dloon ¬
loon Ameasion AmeasionBan AHea AseenelonFrsnclsce ion ionIan
Ban FrancteCD Oct B aClaude Claude Ware a asoldier asoldier asoldier
soldier made 4Ie an attempt to ascend in a aballoon aballoon aballoon
balloon today at tbe Ocean beach the in intention fntent4on ¬
tention being to descend by means of a aparachute 8paracbute aParachute
parachute Ills baads ba were tied to the thetrapeze I I
trapeze bar of the parachute The start startof startof I
of the ascenskm was faulty the balloop balloopover baUoo
tta tipped > P8d and Ware was dashed agalnt agalntw a awell I
w well U and then Srage4 over electric wires I
The contact ignited tM his b shirt and he was wasin
in danger of death When be was rescued I
He if fortunately fortunatel escaped ped With minor bums bumsliOMDOJC b butse butsLOMDO
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liOMDOJC LO f STOCK BXCEAXGS BXCEAXGSLondon JiXCJIAG1lAndoR BXCEXGSLondon
London Oct 25 2Duhlflee Dullness a and de depresston deJretllliob derreelion
presston characterised charactert ed all department departmentof
of the stock exchange during the pat pa tweek pastweek i iweek
week and until the rumors of war in inthe Inthe I
the far east are dispelled there Is l littl littllikelihood 1IttlIikfUhood IlttiIik >
likelihood Iik lihood of any sustained improve lmprovetttent ImproveItieflt j jment
ment Not only the stocks immediate immediately ¬
ly I affected by the war rumors but butsome ht1IOIIIe butsosm
some hotne railways also suffered sufferedheavily 8Uirere4heaVllO sulferedheavily
heavily The American market was wassustained wasIIUetalned wassustained
sustained by bear purchases but on onth onth onthe
th the whole It showed a sagging ten tendency tendeBCY tende ¬
dency deBCYI de cy
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STBIKBKS STRIXBltSImKTEIfCKD STBtXBESSoloiuzuivilie aonrrsircBD aonrrsircBDSoloiuanville
I Soloiuanville ArIa Oct 2 25Lallten Lausten Lustennau Laustennau
I nau tbe leader l det of the Merenci strike has
i b bebU e sentenced t bC4 to two t years imprison imprisonment ImptlsonJJteftt imprisonmeet ¬
meet and to pay a fine of 12000 fO 000 His
lieutenants Salcldo Flores Flor and F1guero F1guerowere iICUetI Figueroswere
were given two years and an a fine fl fin of 11969 11969eaoh 1 1fa 1560 1560each
I each fa h and four others were given oven two twoyears twoypars twoyears
years each and two others one year each eachJTJIXHS enehUDGZ I
j JTJIXHS BKRKB JIIitrSBH araKR araKRHonolulu iLH iLHfl
Honolulu H fl nolulu Oct O t 25 United States District
t Judge Jn Ski t M Ewtee who was successfully successfullyoperated sucF sucefuiIyoiertoS ully
operated oe on yesterday r terda for compUcetlonS compUcetlonSarlsMJKjraia eompltcetiuaart
I arlsMJKjraia a art Ir kjdaey trouble U i styi tW verl < V r rI
I weal w Wit nu a iaondItlop condition f today is i n the thewhole U thewhole
whole ho e considered t nlll er d vcry favorable fa orable orablei
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SMALL BAN BAND O OFREBELlANDE OFREBELSLANDED OF OFREBEL
REBEL REBELlANDE REBELlANDEt REBELSLANDEDSeventy LANDED LANDEDSeventy
< t 1 1Seventy
Seventy tfafiU Start StartIn tart a Reyofuln Reyofulnin Rfi Rfiin
in In Colombra CofOtllbir CofOtllbitR <
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4 4TROOPS
tR PS NOW AFTER ArTtRPanama AFT R t THEM EJr EJrr EJrOF
4 4Aitsr r
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UL LJlADW LJlADWPanamar LDRKS LDRKSi LDRKSPanama
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Panama Colombia Oct 2 aA 20 A rove revolutionary reyo reyoJUtionary rovelutionary ¬
lutionary force consisting < of about sev seventy e een ccventymeailanded ¬
enty en entymeailanded menlanded on or about Oct U at atCatlllna atCaUlI atCaUuin
CaUlI Catlllna the port at the mouth mouthot of Qrthe QrtheCa1ovebora the theCalovebora theCaloveboru
Calovebora on the Atlantic coast of ofColombia ofColombia ofColombia
Colombia and after having traveled traveleda traYe1ect traYe1ecta
a certain eerta la distance into the interior llIteri or re returned retuihued ¬
turned to the coast and marched JiIa to toward toward toward ¬
ward Peno Nome NomeThiB NomeThla NomeThis
This expedition according acconUIIto to informa information IntwmattOft intormafloe ¬
floe in the hands of Governor Obaldla Obaldlab IdlaunRr
b under the leadership of Vretfeticio VretfeticioBanera F redericIo redericIoflrrera lo loBarrera
Banera luga 1 and a a d dlh Jttftn un Antonio Caie Caieedo fchj fchjedoi hIeedo
edo darrera was m o ie b of the Liberal Liberalrevt IAberalreYblutlttt Liberalrovbluttenlsts
revt reYblutlttt > lutientot who llfhoto took part in the tb cap ¬
ture of Colon la iMi and LugoINK L LOf Lugo one oneof os osof
of the military rn1UtT chiefs in the theDta theDiu theDma
Dma expedition Upe UttoR of 1101 Nethl Nethlknown N bl Is Isknown Isknown
known ot o Caicedo CaicedoAlt ClcedoIt
> Alt It in believe bel thi that the thewere revolnOaatete revolnOaatetewere tbJ tbJwere
were expecting ex lC reinforcements but that thatthey thatthO t tleappolnted
they thO were W disappointed in not finding
them the and consequently returned to the thecoast thecoaltt thecoast
coast coalttTlHps Troops Aftwf Them ThemGovernment ThmG ThemOOvrnment
Government G rnment forces under Major Tasr Tasrcon Tacon The Thecon
con are to sail ll this afternoon to chase chasethe chaultbe chasethe
the insurgents ln The enemy has had to totravel totravel totravel
travel through a rough rou h and wild conn conntry oounby country
try and it is npt n t believed helievsdthat that they theywill tbeJw1J1 theawill
will be able to stand before the well welldisciplined wndlaclpllned welldisciplined
disciplined troops tro ps under Major uoonLittle Taseon TaseonLittle TtaconLittle
Little importance is I attached to the themovement themo themoyteibnt
movement movementThis mo moyteibntThis hitnt hitntThis
This outbreak does not appear to baTe baTethe havethe navtthe
the endorsement en 10r ement of Liberate Lt in Pan Panmtia PanIQQ Panumna
mtia IQQ several of whom JtaVe Jta protested protestedagainst PlOte ptutestedagainit ted tedt
against t it aitd have offered their sert sertie 1Iertlc her herIe4e
ie lc to Governor Obaldia ObaldiaAdvices ObaJdlaActvJces ObaldiAdvices
Advices received by the governor governorfrom governorfrom governorfrom
from the department of Cauca and andBolivar andBoUvar ant antBolivar
Bolivar state that Generals Than Mor Morkun Morkun Morkun
kun and Duendia and other prominent prominentLiberal prominentLiberal prominentLiberal
Liberal leaders proposed propo ed starting atarUagrenlttUenao a arevolutionary areVoIttt1enat
revolutionary movement but were ar arrested arrested r rrest ¬
rested rest d before they were able to do doso doso
so 80Causes Causes of Rebellion RebellionFor RebellionFor RebellionFor
For several weeks there have been beenrumor Heat4JAot beenrtunotu
rumor of an approaching revolutionary revolutionrNmovt revolutionaryinovmneitt revolutionarymovement
movement in Colombia The political politicalhorizlon poutlcalhorlzlon politicalhorlzion
horizlon of the country Is clouded and andthere anelthere andthere
there are many signs of unrest arising arisingproiiably arisingprobably
probably from the discussion and op opposition oppo oppoaWbit ¬ t
position po ltton to the canal enaIproJeet project and ap approaching approiachlng apprching ¬
proaching presidential pre ldentlal campaign camp i and andthe andtbe andthe
the henry he deficit in the treasury treasuryIt
It has been reported that General GeneralPedro GeneralP GeneralPtdro
Pedro P ro Nolofrina Nolo 1n a presidential pre possiblN possiblNity po possibtiIty lbU lbUity I
ity had become seriously implicated Iii Iiia In Ina Ina
a projected revolutionary outbreak outbreaksomewhere outbreaksomewhere I Isomewhere
somewhere on the isthmus t thnul because e of ofpolitical ofpoUtical ofpolitical
political opposition to President Mar Marroquin Marroquln Marroquin
roquin General Benjamlna Herrera Herreraand Herre11Land Herrerand
and other prominent Liberal leaders leadersare leadersAre leadersare
are said to t be associated in this thl move moveThe moveThe moveThe
The government ternment to said Id to barb havtecaused ha hacaWled barbcaused
caused the arrest t of several veral promin prominent promlnnt proininent ¬
ent nt Liberal leaders in Bogota and andnumber a anumber anumber
number of Liberate were arrested at atCartagena atCartagena a1Cartagena
Cartagena on Oct 1 11 Other r such ar arrests arrests ¬
rests are ar looked for forBogota forBobrota forBogota lorI
Bogota the capital of Colombia has hasbeen haabeen hasbeen
been said to be threatened with serious seriousdisorders ertoU8dllilOlderiJ seriousdisorders
disorders arising ar in the desire of the thegovernment theguvtrnment I
government IIOWrn nt to close d congress con rea before the theMppttMohlng thea150aehlsg j
MppttMohlng aP elfecttotis ttOIa Th The governnr governnrIs bovernmeiij I
Is i said to have placed d an armed ftrna gu guin guai guaiin
in the capital c where congress meet meetand mfta meStand
and a ut this action act caused much excitement excite excltomont j
ment j jBAPTISM
BAPTISM FOR THE DEAD DEADIfophi DEADXaphi DEADNciphl
Ifophi Morris Says Canon Parrar Got GotHis GotRill Gotme
His Idea From Joseph Smith SmithXephi SwlthNephl SmithNephi
Xephi Morris was the only speaker er at atthe atthe atthe
the tabernacle tabema le yesterday ye rday afternoon and afliIt j I
it seemed to be an understood understoo affair a affairthat < air i ithat Ithat
that nothing n of a special nature was wasto wasto u uto
to be done for only the lower floor was wasopen WHopen wasopen
open and it was not particularly well wellfilled i tfilled IlUted
filled After ftpr the opening hymn and a a apaper j jpaper j jpaper
paper by W B Dougail a call was wasIssued I Iissued I18sUed
issued for William H King and a tslight I Isllcht
slight commotion was caused by the theeffort th theeffort
effort to see if he was forthcoming forthcomingbut I
but he hewu tra d not and the next one chos chostnwas cltoep hot hotMr
tnwas ep was Mr Morris MorrteThe XorrsThe Morris11he
The speaker made a rather ra ther ingenuous ingenuoustalk
talk on the subject of baptisnt for th thdead thead the thedead <
dead ead arguing ar lng that Canon Farrar took tookhis tookh tookhis
h his ideas for h 118 > sermon rm since pub published pUb11M published ¬
lished 11M ae lecture from the doctrine of ofJoseph ofJOMph ofJoseph
Joseph Smith and held that in saying sayingthere enyingthere tnI tnIthere
there might be hope for the unrepent unrepentant tisrePentant re etttant ¬
ant dead he preached the Mormon onnoo doc doctrine doetrtn ¬
trine tn trtn of baptism bapU for them themAJCXRIOAK theme themAMUIOAN
e Ii
AJCXRIOAK POX MOTBS MOTBSAmerican XOTJIScaft MOTBSAmerican
American caft Fork Oct M 11The The city COun COunell councii
ell met last night and appointed the fol followiag totI following
lowing I gentlemen to act as judges jude judgeselection if ifelection fitelect
election elect No Nov 3 First district Warren Wa WarznflolOy n nIt C CHoley
Holey 1L k Neil Nelson N on R Animon DJDon Ol OlR 01een 04sen
een D second econd district Thorn Thomas Dri4f
R R 8 D Clit Chisman > man CR B j J Mercer M MD
D Third district John Hunter Hunt r R RH M IllH j
H Fitzgerald R Lawrence Hutching Hutthln HutthlnD HuteblngsD
D Fourth district Robert Junes H
William J Chadwick < R Samuel Sam el Dean DeanD DeanQuarterly Dea1Quarterly DeanQuarterly
D
Quarterly conference of the Uptne AI AIftak Mphtestk Uptnestake
stake was held at t this < place yesterday yesterdayand yt 8tetdaytOOa
and today tOOa An exceptionally large crowd crowdwas cro1lctwas crowdwas
was present reeent from the nearby town townApostles twn twnpCJllUea tewasApostles
Apostles pCJllUea Heber J Grant and George A ASmtth AIhnItIt Ainttt
Smtth inttt of Sftlf lt lAke were present and andgave endgave act acte
gave e some good instructions to the theSaints tIMSalftta theSaints
Saints SaintsDown SalfttauDoW1t SaintsDowtt
Down Mobile 1IItbI was presented p nted at the theopera theopera theopera
opera house last night to a large audi audience aUtlnce audionce ¬
once The play was one of the thebe beet that thathas OIatball thathas
has been put on the boards at this place placethis placethis lsee lseethlll
this season The effect In the fire scene sceneia
ia mote novel and comes nearer to toproducing toprocJuelng toproducing
producing a fcc simile of a real fire than thananything thananytbt thananything
anything anytbt ever witnessed ed on the stage in inAmerican inAmerlean inAmerican
American Fork ForkH ForkIt PorkIt
It C Johnson on J T I L Duhkley Dunk and J 1 I ICraig L LCrat LCraig
Craig Crat three of th the directors of the Pa Pacific hclOe lscIfI ¬
cific cIfI Mttfng Ibfng company located in Afr African A1ktlean Atuerlean ¬
lean Fork canyon made a visit to that thatyfeaperty thatMP thataeperty
yfeaperty MP fty this week They report the theof theworkln theworkings
workings to be In fine condition the facs
of the tunnel now being in some 667 6b feet feetand feetand
and that an uprise on a twofoot vein Ye1hof vo1nof
of lowgrade ore will be pushed as rap ¬
idly as K possible and it is more than prob probable probable prubable ¬
able that the contact which the tunnel < a sbeing abeing abeing
being run for will be encountered on tU tUuprise tIle tteuprille tIleuprise
uprise as it Is now supposed ed that the theimmense theImme theImmenfts
immense Imme porphyry vein lies more tlat tlatthan iLitthan
than it first thought A cabin 1424 DaB imsbeen ha habeen
been erected on the companys property propertyand propertJanl1 propertyan
and an it te proposed to keep a force ol o oat ottOn ottOnat Men Menat I
at work there all I winter winterMrs winterlith winterMts
Mrs J W Storrfe te in Bpringville for a afew afew afew
few days visit with her folks folksDEATH folksDBATH
1
DEATH 01 YAMS r AX1IS pASK P ASJaITI PASXETTCoalville ASJaITICoaJvnJ IT ITCoalvlUe
CoalvlUe CoaJvnJ Oct kJdnes M JaJnes Paakett aged agedW
W years eri died test evening eveningof Deceased w wa wa
a resMeat of Henefer Henef where h he b bfather bed
II lived for thirtythree years He wa wai the tIiBCather
father of John C Paskett Pa kett chairman ch of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the board of county commtesiones commte lone8 Toe Tnefuneral Toefaneral Tuefuneral
funeral will be held next Wednesday at
Henefer HeneferThe HeneferThe HeneferThe
The contract for plumbing the new newcourt fte fteurt newcourt
court urt house was w awarded today toda to HyaMp Hy HyaHiIS
IS Taylor of Salt Lake City Clt The same sameparties samepa samepartleO
parties pa were also 11Io awarded aWlU ed the contract contractwere cotit cotitfor i
for installing a team heating plant tn
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the building DIck BId for the e abOVe WOrk workwere 1
were 13900 13900A 3IOOA 33100A
A Guaranteed Otttfe for Piles PilesItching PilesItching PilesItching
Itching Blind Bleeding or Protruding
Piles Tour druggist will refund money
if PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure you
in six to fourteen days 50c 50cDOT 50cCaaC4inODG
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REPORT REPORT OF f GH CHIEFOF CHIEF CHIEF9F F FQFENGINEERS
9F ENGINEERS ENGINEERSProgress QFENGINEERSProgreS EFG1NEERSProgress
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Progress ofBie f tih Work on o Fortifi Fortifications Fortificatl ForUfications ¬
cations cationsESTIMATES catl cationst cationsETIMATES ns nst nsSTIMATES
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ESTIMATES FOR NEXT YEAR YEARGEN YEAR3li
GEN 3li G GiIJZPJIBIHINXS Li lSFJi tINxs i1O i1O61OO lO
836100 8 61OO IS iTEEDBD iTEEDBDWashington NE1IDBDI NE1IDBDWulaSqtol NBDBDWashington
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Washington jDeL Oct 2S SThe The annual re report re rePOrt isport ¬
port of General George L GOleapie GOleapiechief GDleepiechief Gillespiechief
chief of engineers encmeersC TJ t S A 4 for the thepast thepaet thepast
past year made public today refers to tothe tothe tothe
the work of f construction of the forti fortifications forU1catIom fortificatlens ¬
fications that has been going on under underthe WMIerthe underthe
the general scheme of the Endicott Endicottboard Endicottboard Endicottboard
board It adds addsof addsTb 1 1The
The Tb degree of defense Meen to be provided providedfor
for coaliog tOaU and oth other r naval stations stationsscattered atationac stationsscattered
scattered ac ttere4 all over the world for the larg largtress Jal1fer
er haval bsses wblcJt whie must be promptly promptlyestablished
established and tot which appropriations approoprtAtloare appropriationsare
are plied of epngreSs tress by the navy de deut I Iports Iruss
russ ut t for the ports of Manila Pearl PearlbQr I IHonolulu I
Ha1bDr bQr 551 Honolulu K and for the t lake lakeSt lakeports I
portal ports 1 the St Lawrence river sbouK IIboulebb ahoul4prefrabIy i ipreferably
preferably = ebb fee determined by > tribunal tribunalsimilar i ito Ito
similar to the Kndicott board as fee retpThend5il I I4e4 Ila
pThend5il 4e4 ia my last Annual report In Inthe Inthe I
the absence of legislation JUon on the subject subjectK
K < Insular defenses t a mixed board of ofengineers ofmePra ofengineers
engineers and artillery officers organized
by authority of > the Secretary of war warhas warhas r raJreac1y
has already been practically considering consideringan
aM an reported rted upon ftfeuos for the emer emergency emergebey ¬
gency ae defense 4181fen of several aey erat of the mort im important Imt liiiportent ¬
portent t harborsja harbors IJ i the insular posses possestons
tons Before these preliminary plans te teactually teactually e eactually
actually eatr entered l upon it might be well weltt wellto
t to Invite tn tt the tit cooperation e otJon of the navy by bythe
the assignment of a certain rtaln number of ofnaval otval ofnaval
naval val officers upon a new Joint board of ofHty ortarRty offHly
tarRty fHly Hty and navy officer appointed d to re rele reY1Ieor rey
Y1Ieor y le or enlarge the preliminary plans of oCberetofor ofefe
Defense efe ne heretofore prepared preparedPlans preparedPlans preparedPlans
Plans Approved ApprovedGeneral ApprovedGeneral ApprovedGeneral
General OUlesple nays ays that tb t the projects projectsfor
for defenses of thirtyone thlr one localities have havebeen bavebeen havebeen
been approved U He adds addsProjects a1dsProJeet aidsProjects
Projects for the defenses dele of San Juan JuanPorto JuanPorto JuanPorte
Porto Rico Pearl Harbor arbor and Honolulu Honoluluharbor HonoluJuharb HonolulubrbOr
harbor r Hawaii San Luis Apia Guam GuamManila OuamManila GuamMasfla
Manila bay and Sublg bay ba have been ap approved approved approved ¬
proved by the secretary of war and ac actual actual actusi ¬
tual construction should begin n thereupon thereuponat
at an early date It is believed that the thetime theUme
time will come when It will not longer be beosslble beDH8Ible bepossible I
osslble possible to Ignore the question of insular insularefenses InsularClefenee insulardefenses
defenses The navy department is prop properly properly properly ¬
erly insistent that all its important coal coaling coalIng coaling ¬
ing stations tlona should receive proper de defensive defelUllve defeasive ¬
fensive protection to keep off attacks attacksfrom attacksfrom attacksfrom
from possible hostile ho t1l fleets fleetsThe f1ee f1eeThe fleetsThe
The seacoast defenses of the United UnitedStates UnitedState InLtedStates
States are now somewhat more than SO SOper iOper 10pet
per cent completed com leted Twentyfive of the theBrinelDal theJKinelpal theprincipal
principal harBors of the united States Statesttve Stateshave Stateshave
have a sufficient number oC heavy guns gunsand gunsand
and mortars mounted to permit an effec effective at fec fectire
tire defense e against naval attack and andduring aI1ddrJng andduring
during the past three years > ears considerable considerableprogress conelderaWeprosree considerableprogress
progress has been made in the Installa Installation Instaliation D8ta1latIon ¬
tion of an adequate rapid fire armament armamentnow armamentnow
now the matter of first importance importanceinch
At present theN are re provided for the thed thedatensea
d datensea of tile Unlt tnited States 146 twelve twelvInch twelveinch
inch Runs uns US teninch guns ninetysix ninetysixeightinch ninetysixellrlatIneh ninetyaixeIghtinch
eightinch guns 97 rapid tire guns and I I3i Irio
rio 3i twelveInch tw l Inch mortars mortarsEstimates mortarsEstimates
Estimates For 1905 1905General 1905General 1905Genera I I
General Giliespie GlUe ple submits a total esti estimate etlmate estimate ¬
mate of 10366100 for the fortifications of ofthe ofao ofth
the th fiscal 1 year ending e dln June 30 3D IMS 11 as asfollows asfollows
follows followsConstruction ao I ICohtttnacUon
Construction of eim n and mortar bat batsearchlights battense I Iterles
tense and the h Inptallation taUatlon of range and andPNItJon andpUon
PNItJon finders J475060 Uli 1te tea Or r tortl forUflcatlons
fJ flcatlons ou and seacoast defenses ZIOO ZIOOearchllghts ZS0GIUOsearchlights I
searchlights for harbor defense I600M0G I600M0GprOtection 00609 00609protection fI09 1
protection preservation and repair of offortifications offortlfleAtlo oftortlfietion5
fortifications 300009 preparation of ofplies orplata ofplans
plata for fortl ortifleations e Uons 350000 oo 8 suP supplies
plies for seacoast defense 35000 0OO sea aeawa1 seaWalls ea eaWalte
Walls wa1 and embankments 200000 tor totpedoes j
yoea pedoes for harbor defense d tenaetl 1225000 000 de dep detense 1 1fense
tense of eJ insular J possessions n nof I20MOOO I20MOOOprocurement 2005000procurement
procurement p re of land for sites = for r defense defenseof defensesoC
of the Hawaiian islands IslandsSerna 962CM JWG JWGSome
Some Improvements Improvementsare ImprovementsAmqng
Amqng UIC Ute esflmae mates of impro inptovnnienm
are ledro the ne folio fqlloWI wtoer t Deeo eoe water harbor but
Sft Se Pedro bay 3WMMO 0M00 ooo WilrainrtonW WilrainrtonWharbor WlImiilCtolt IU
hoc clltwnia IID080 eeo San Lutta OIIapo
harbor California Cwe San
h213br Pedro say
CaUfornia CaK C forum rnfa in000 1000 San an Joaquin river Cal ¬
ifornia 35000 000 Stockton channel San
Joaquin river California lItornia mt31 12i31 Sacra
mento and F Feather tber r rivers California
JKOM Coquille river rt r Oregon O n Hfc Hfcnal
C 4IIIt Co KY Oregon 0 COlumbia ColumIa river
at ThreemtJe 1a rapids Oregon and Wash
In ington on saoCJJO canal nal at cascades of Co ¬
lumbia river Oregon and Washington Waabla < ton
MMM 000 Wllamettt Wllam Wilamett t and Bd YamhlfTrm Yamhlll rivetll
above 2v < UrE Vortland ° rtland 9re Ore 356000 < > 000 Columbia
and rwS 1 Wllamette iIaSifftte riXcrs rivers below Portland
Ore S5000Q8 mt OO mouth of Columbia river
Oregon and WashJn Wasb1nton ton dOJOOO Gta Grays
hilUbor tr K nor end nd Chebaliu river Washington uhJngton
25 tOO o lil Puget aetTSSnd et so soilnd nd and tributary iratef
Wl000 0o0o W New
ew Whatcom hateom harbor Washing WashingPerk
too o imT lmzrovements > > roven rovements ents Yellowstone YellowstoneBETfEH YeliowstoneSODONT
Perk 20o oro oroSOZOOOl1
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for the teeth It prevents r venta decay ecar It
harden the gums anti purifies the t
breath aad ad month monthGenuine IHq mouthSAVES
SAVES YOUR TEETH TEETHGenuine TEETHQenuifle
Genuine GenuineCarters GenuineCalters QenuifleCarters
Carters Little Liver Pills PillsMust PillsMust PillsMust
Must Bear Signature of ofSEE ofSEE ofSE
SEE SE FACSIMILE FACSU LE WRAPPER BELOW BELOWVery BELOWVery BKLOWYer
Very Yer small aad as easy easyto CaBto easyto
to take a0 sagar sagarSTf ogarA angara
C CFtRTERS A a RTERS ran FOR HEADACHE HEADACHEran DIZZINESS DIZZINESSroR bJllIHESSITrLE DIZZINESSTTLE
STf ITrLE LE LErBaB FOR BILIOUSNESS BILIOUSNESSFOR BILIOUSNESSL
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FOR THECOKPLEXION THECOKPLEXIONCURED THE COMPLEXION COMPLEXIONPrie COMPLEXiONoirwzrqu
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White Ribbon Remedy RemedyAny
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or brother or anyone an oee of liquor drinking drinklnxibr
br secretly placing White Ribbon remedy remedytaamlesB rem remn remed remedl
l n his coffee tea 01 food wit without bout bIB bIBkaowecJge h hknowledge
knowledge It Is entirely odorless and andAny andtasisiese
taamlesB Any rood and faithful woman womancan WOmancan womancan
can wipe out this fearful Drink evil and andpermanently andPermanently andermanently
permanently Itop itotthe the craving for IkfOOr IkfOOrBy lIqeorBy r rBy
By degrees the patient gets a distaste dilltn te tot forlatoxieants tot11IIieXleonts totisraxlenuts
latoxieants an and < flMtlty leaves lea off alto altogether attoptW altogetk ¬
gether getk It te wonderful Mahy a hard harddrinker harddrinker harddrinker
drinker has thus been reclaimed and re reStored retwed restored
Stored to hiii hi family and friends White Whitei WblteRibbon WhitelUbbn
Ribbon i Remedy is easily given by follow followe followInk
I Ink the e simple directions directionsmembers dlrectloD8TIle directionsThe
TIle only Drink curt endorsed an and sold iIolcSbr soldb
br b members of a Womans Christian Christiannee ChtleUaIlTerngerance
IeQUteRnce nee Union Uniont UnionSold
Sold In t every drug store SOc and L 1 1Thai L LTownsend
Thai JMckan tree fiO bY Writing or calling callingOtI
01 Mis ra A M Townsend for years yerof sec secof seerotary
rotary of a W C T U as Tremont St StBoston
Boston Mass M Special agents in Salt SaltLake SattIAkf SaltLake
Lake Utah UtahSol Utah59i
Sol 89111 1 in Salt Lake City by Druehl Druehllb DruehlEr DruehiZranken
lb Eranken Er nken Ooior O leor Main and Third ThirdSouth ThirdSouth TItirtIeputh
South Street
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GREAT STRIDES STRIDESReport STRIDESRepOrt
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Report of a Bureau B reau of Construe Construetlon ConstrueUon Constructlon
tlon and nd Repair RepairVESSELSADDED RepairS RepairVESSELSAD RepairVESSELSADDED
S i
VESSELSADDED ED THIS YEAR YEARWEED VEARr YEARWORK
f r I I II
WORK AT GOvJmNXBNT YARJ YAB YABBL >
WEED tWBLL t BL DOHB DOHBWashington D01fBt D01fBWasWIIgton DOBBWashington
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Washington Oct iRear 35 Rear Admiral AdmiralBowles AAmlralBowles AdmiralBowles
Bowles chief of the bureau of con construction conBtrucUoB conStruction ¬
struction and repairs r palrs in his annual re report re rert report ¬
port rt to the secretary of the navy re reviews revlew isviews ¬
views at length the progress made by bythis bythis bythis
this government in naval construction constructionThe
The following tollowbi additions have ve been made madeto madeto madeto
to the effective force of the navy dur ¬
I ing the tb year yearOne rearOne yearone
One battleship four monitors twelve
torpedobeat destroyers de troyers one totpedo
boat and seven submarine torpedo
boats The list II should I have been in increased mcreue increased ¬
creased < by two battleships and Ave flvecruiser Avecrul1II fivecruigOrl
cruiser crul1II the report states but owing to tostrikes tostrt tostrihes
strikes strt and other causes their comple completion completion completion ¬
tion was delayed The report states statesthat statesthat statesthat
that the th rate te of progress P eti8 of vessels vesselspresents vesselsunder vesselsunder
under construction n at t the present time timepresent timepresents
presents some very encouraging indi indications Indication mdicatiofla ¬
cations far completion com 1 t1on of many of the themost tbemo themoat
most mo t important Im Ortant contracts but consid considered coneidered considered
ered as ASa a whole the progress made dur during during durlug ¬
ing the last fiscal ft year has been very
unsatisfactory unsatisfactoryBuilt un88U factor3 factor3Bunt
Built by Government GovernmentSpeaking GovernmentSpeaking GovornnientSpeaking
Speaking of the battleship Connecti Connecticut ¬
cut which blch Is i being built at a govern government government government ¬
ment yard and which is a sister ship shipof shipor shipof
of the Louisiana being built by a pri private private priVate ¬
vate company the report sayri that al although although 1 1tbough ¬
though slightly behind the Louisiana Louisianaihe
the progress s made has been well up
to the best previous average of con contractbuilt contractbuilt contractbuilt ¬
tractbuilt snips s JMS and adds addsBetter addsBetter addsBetter
Better prospects for the delivery of ofstructural oCstructural ofstructural
structural steel material and the com completeness completenea cornpleteneas ¬
pleteness and accuracy of the plans up upon upon upon ¬
on which these e ships and those e sub subsequently subsequently subsequently ¬
sequently authorized are being built
furnish good grounds for believing that thatthe tbatthe thatthe
the future progress pro upon these latter lattervessels lattere lattervessels
vessels e will exceed any results hereto
fore attained and that the completion completionof
of the hull and machinery will not de ¬
lay these vessels Vee beyond the contract contractperiod contractperJod contractperiod
period periodDuring perJodDurlng periodDuring
During the past year delay in the
delivery of armor has caused but few fewdelays fewd fewdelays
delays d 1ays in the delivery of vessels and andmuch andmuch andmuch
much armor is now en hand in ship shipyards l skipyards p pyar
yards yar In advance of the needs af the
builders build
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tion of nickel steel protective deck deckplates deckplates deckplatO
plates has been the cause cau e of Inadequate inadequatedeliveries
deliveries es to the shipbuilders ahlpbuU I and has hasembarrassed hasembarraseed
embarrassed and delayed their work to toa toa toa
a considerable con ld rable extent in the past year yearand yearand yearand
and is still operative operativeIn ol r tlve tlveIn
In connection with the improvements improvementsrecommended Improvementsrecommended improvementsrecommended
recommended for Mare Island navy navyyard
yard Admiral Bowles says nIt It hi de de
sired in order that the yard may be beprepared beprepare4 beprepared
prepared for the building of the largest la largestvessels t tve
vessels ve that preparations be inade to tothat tothat
that end endFor endFor
For the th Puget Sound navy yard it
is pointed out that another dry dock
is I required also 180 a marine rnerlnerallway railway and ands andnumber
s number of buildings bUlldt
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Concerning the navy yard at Norfolk NorfolkAdmiral NorfoUtAdmiral NorfolkAdmiral
Admiral Bowles says saysBeing saysBeIng Y YBeing
Being located on Hampton Roads Roadswhere Rudswhere Roadswhere
where large fleets must t of necessity necessityrendeatvou n neityrendezvoue lt7 lt7ren4eavous
rendeatvou this yard should uaqve uaqvetionably u uttonably unquetionably
tionably be equipped as one of the fore foremost fore08t foremost ¬
most 08t yards of the country cOunti Recently Re ntly
the firstclass battleship Illinois came cameto cameto cameto
to and left the yard without difficulty
This would woultappear appear to settle the ques question question queetion ¬
tion of sufficient depth of channel channelLack channelLack channelLack
Lack of Djy Dr Docks DocksIt
It is stated stat that the bureaus b auj work workcontinues workt workesotinusi
continues to t be embarrassed rraaed by lack lackof Ikof lackof
of sufficient dry docks of capacity capacitysuite capacitysedted
suite to the dimensions of battleships battleshipsand
and firstclass cruisers cruisersAppended cru18enApeDded cruisersAppended
Appended to the report to a sumtoary sumtoarywhich sumhiarywhich
which shows there are ar 262 vessels ves e18 in inthe Intbe inthe
the navyflt vylIt for een1 serwitetyfive service 1eOve fbrtyflve bufkl bufkland
m and twentythree unfit for service serviceThe serviceTue
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or authorised Firstclass PInrtc battleships
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FOR MAYOR RICHARD P MORRJS MORRJSFOR MORRJSF MORRISFOR
F FOR R RECORDER JOHN S GRITGHLOW GRITGHLOWFOR CRITCHLOWFOR
FOR ATTORN ATTORNEY EY C C DEY DEYFOR DEYFOR bEYFORTREURERfl8HERSHRRt8
FOR FORTREURERfl8HERSHRRt8 FORTREURERfl8HERSHRRt8I TREASURER FISHER S HARRIS HARRISFOR HIRR1SI
FOR FORIWDITOR AUDITOR C CBFELT CBFELTI B FELT FELTCOUNCIL FELTCOUNCIL
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I COUNCIL CANDIDATES CANDIDATESFIRST CANDIDATESFIRST CANDIDATSI
I FIRST PRECINCT PREClNCTdohr doha Gallacher Jong t tprm rcu Ste Stephen Stsph61 Stephar ¬
phen Hayes and Phil S Maycock short term termSECOND termSEGOND termSECOND
SECOND PRECINCT Albert Fisher long Ioii term termGeorge termG termGeorge
George G orge E Burbidge and a d Rodney C Badger short term termTHIRD termTHIRD hotrnThIRD
THIRD PRECINCT AF A F Barnes Barn s long I ru term F S SFernstrom SFernstrom SFernsLrorn
Fernstrom E H Davis short term termFOURTH termFOURTH termFOURTh
FOURTH PRECINCT FRECINCTRulon RulonS Rulon S Wells long term ermj E EA EA Ec
A c Hartenstein and W d Tuddenham f short term termFIFTH termFIFTH totrnFIFTH
FIFTH PRECINCT PRECINCM M E Mulvey long term Robert RobertMorris RobartMorris RobertMorris
Morris and W R Wallace short te tem temDEMOCRATIC m mDEMOCRATIC rnDE4IOCRA
DEMOCRATIC DE4IOCRA TiC PLATFORM PLATFORMThe PtA 7ThRM
L The T Th Democratic c party of f Salt Lake City In convnitinsi convest e assembled assembleddeclares wedtI
1 declares tI es It Iw ehtir c n4ldeiict c in the integrity li1t < of ftb the fe eoie te r t Salt Lak LakCity LakClt LaketIt
City tIt t and snbnUts to their Candid II kl judgment the candidate of this u con conveadon conveuen conveililoit
veadon veililoit and a t4 the t Cln precinct i conventions conventionsThe con COlttflt1onI ratIOnB ratIOnBThe
I The time UM when thin city will be the great commercial and social me metropolis mettopoll mettopolls ¬
tropolis of th the IntermtMAtaia IntehnOtt region Is 1 close co e at hand hanc1New Mew railroads are arebuilding a abullm arebuildIng
building bullm and new ew e enterprises tert kre being projected The population po is in incceoslng Incte Inctedting
cceoslng cte and lid will iU continue to increase These conditions require that thatSait thatkit thatwait
kit Lake City should 8h lc1 barS a clean and straightforward tra1Ptf r business ad administration admlnllltratlon admintsttatIon ¬
ministration and this the Democratic De cratic party proposes to t give giveto twTo giveTo
to the end that capital capU l may be attracted for investment Inve tmeAt that the thebetter theBett thebetter
better Bett r class cl ot mechanics n artisan artl artIba and laborers may be induced llI hreed to cast casttheir casttbelr casttheir
their let in this community that th t all desirable citizens may see the ad advantages advantagea adI ¬
I vantages which accrue in a municipality Well governed aad well regu regulated recul regulated ¬
lated l ted we declare that men chosen to nil U the offices and an perform the theduties tileduties theduties
duties prescribed pr by b law should be selected with a view to their espe especial especial especisl ¬
cial fitness and qualification and not n t because of their preference for forthis torUris forthis
this or that person for United states senator senatorWe senatorWe nator natorWe
We especially call attention to the policy of obstruction pursued 1lnnaec1 1lnnaec1the by bythe bythe
the present Republican administration through its mayor to every at attempt attempt attempt ¬
tempt to increase the tft water supply suP ly of this city and andto to the entire lack hickof lackof lackof
of any comprehensive C in reheR lh or statesmanlike plane for deall dealing with the water watersupply waterlIuptI waterBupy
supply question as asa a whole wholeThe wholeThe wholeThe
The people einend and have demanded an increased 4 water supply supplyso supplythat
so 0 that every citisett cltt ttand and every enterprise may have at aU times an am ample ample ampie ¬
ple amount of ptire water for domestic and other uses We pledge p > edge our ourcandidates ourcan4lda
I candidates can4lda for mayor and the council unetl to take immediate steps toward towardan tgWardan t wsrd wsrdan
an extension of the system sufficient to provide for all those residing residingwithin reiddl reiddlWltAlu rebidingWithin
within the corporate e limits of the city cityWe cityWe cityWe
We arraign the th Republican Repi1W lln arty for its absolute abandonment of ofall ofall ofall
all questions affecting dect1 t public interest and municipal government aov t1tmeBt and nd the thesubordination tlkuborcUnaUon thesubordtnatlob
subordination of everything pertaining per 1Rlng thereto to the one question qU tlon as to towhat tnwhat towhat
what particular faction of that party shall dictate and control in the theselection theseJection thereleetioti
selection of candidates for office oIII We emphatically protest against the thepolicy thepolley thepolicy
policy which disregarding dl everything calculated to improve conditions conditionsin
in our local governflaentj makes of our city a means by which hleh the theschemes theBChemes theschemes
schemes of designing politician are furthered and carried into effect effectWe effectWe effectWe
We declare in favor of Imprved Im Impr r oed d sanitary conditions and the selec selection eelecUon ¬
I tion of competent tent men ttaeltln in the health department to the end that epl epldemica epldemlc epidemica
demica of vphoid hold fever tev r and kin < red diseases may be eliminated eliminatedWe
We favor public blic improvemer ts of all kinds without fxtravagance fxtravaganceespecially xtravaganceespecially travaganceespecta1ly
especially do we favor the t improvement of the streets and we demand demandthe demandthe demandthe
the prompt nt t an an < right enforcement of all contracts made with the city cityThe elt eltThe cityThe
The prevent nt fire department 1 Is I not adequate to the needs of a city of ofthis ofthiB ofthis
this else We axe in favor of improved apparatus and increased ed force forceto forceto
I to the end that property may be protected rnd insurance rates reduced reducedWe redttcedWe reducedWe
We pledge our candidates for mayor and council to the immediate immediateselection ImmecUateaelectlen immediateselection
selection of a permanent chief of 0 police and we favor increases in the thedepartment thedepartment thedepartment
department for the protection o the lives and property of the citizens citizensWith citizensWith citizensWith
With the history of four years of Republican mIsrule mldru before them themwe tbemwe themwe
we ask the citizens of thte U thisclty aclty city to decide if it is not high time for a achange achaD achange
change of measures ares and aft of men f With the story of the Republican Republicanprimaries Uepubllcanprlmartes Republicanprimaries
primaries and city convention fresh in their minds we ask sk the inde independent Indepemleitt hidependeat ¬
pendent voters if they believe in the tr endorsement of ring methods methodsBelieving metb04Believing methodsBelieving
Believing that it has done its duty to J itself and the people in the thepast tb tbpast thepast
past and pledging its united support sup port to the welfare of the city in the thefuture thefuture thetuture
future the Democratic party rt submits its ca cae e to the he candid decision decl loD of ofall ofaU ofall
all the voters It It1HM urges every man and woman in the city irrespective irrespectiveof I pecthe pectheor
of o politieS to register and vote reminding remlndln each and every one or them themthat themthat themthat
that he who complains plal of a condition and does nothing to t remedy rem tit it has hasno hasno
no Just cause for expressing exp dissatisfaction dissat115actlonLAST dissatisfactionASJ
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Is 175 years old Has half a milHaa milHaacopies aIUIoaeopes miUlatcepes
copies weekly circulation Is handsomeLy bandsooMiyprinted ba baproIated handsomeLyprinted
printed and illustrated and wants thou thousands UIaaac1t theasudo ¬
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Look up your broken jew jewelry jewelry jtwelry ¬
elry and bring it to us usVe usWe usWe
We Ve will repair it for you youand YOLJand yuand
and make it look like new newat newat newat
at moderate cost and andguarantee andguarantee andguarantee
guarantee our work to togive togive togive
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The Walker Brothers Dry DryGoods DryGoodas DryGoods
Goods Company CompanyNOTICE CompanyNOTICE CompanyNOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THATthere THxrtlaen YflATthere
there will be a meeting of tbe stocMttow stocMttowera sto stoeftII stockiIera
era of Walker Brothers Dry Goods Go0d8eAV com cotsDaily comoanv
Daily a corporation on tbe ad d day of ofNovember orNovember r rNov
November Nov l1Iber 1M 1 1165 at 3 oclock p Mt a athe t tthe the
the office aM an olace of business Af Icorooratlon ts tscorooratfon tIcorooratlon <
corooratlon in Salt Lake City Cit state i > f fUtah rUtah tttah
Utah for the ouroose of changing tb ttoarticles tbrtlcles tbarticles >
articles of incorooration thereof Jig JigaDlen4e4 z zalsende4 s st
aDlen4e4 0t1 Feb b e 1897 ho In this towit towitBy towitBy
By trlkllUf dut t of article five 5 s samended sunended samended
amended the folio followln wine words and fig figure fI fI111M Ixurea ¬
ure urea One hundred and thirty thousand thousanda l ll130t8I
a l130t8I > dollars divided into int thirteen hun hurI hundred hundred
I dred shares aha and inserting in plac placthereof pla plaUaereot piaccthereof < >
thereof the following woris and figurc figurel figurcowtt
l owtl On Otis hundred and thirty bJ thousand thousandrt thousandl3000G u udted
1ant nt ntot ntotbJ
rt l3000G 000 dollars 1a divided into thirteen lrt hun hundred bundied ¬
died bhares hare ha II of common stock and one onehundred onehuDdrerl on onhundred
hundred and andtbirtv thirty thousand 03000C < 130 tiO00C C dol dollars doltars 401mrs ¬
lars divIded Into thirteen hundred shares sharesof baTfsof
of oreferred stock which said preferred preferredMock prefernodtock preferreUstock
Mock is to bear Interest at the rate of six sixo
< o a per cent < nt per annum payable a able semi eemiannuatlv semiatinuallv emlannuanv
annuatlv on the 15th day of Januaryancl Januaryanclthe Januar n nthe
the 15th day of July in each year but noc nocentitled n ntentitled < It Itpntltled
entitled to any dividends dlvid d8 or profits othr othfrthan othrt othrtan
than t tan an said interest in st and that the holders holdersof
of the th said Chares are of preferred stock shall shallnot shalln haII haIInbt
not n t have cawer to vote vot < on the same at atanv atanv atany
anv stockholders stockhol < len meeting of said cor corooration corooration cornoration
ooration J H WALKER WALKERPresident WALKERPresident V ALKERPresiden
President PresidentAssessment PresidentAsresement t tAS
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Assessment AS eument No 10 1OPERUVIAN 10PERrYIAS
PERUVIAN CONSOLIDATED < O SOLIDATED Nix M1Nng MI MIn Nixng
ng n company cotn ny Location and principal principalilacc prlnelpaipIaee prineipatrace
trace ilacc of business bu n Salt Lakt > City Utah Utahotlre ttaiiotict tail tailotke
otlre is i hereby given that at t a metttrit metttritt
I t the t board of directors dirt tono held on th thid tho thod thd
id d day of October > r 19 19113 < 3 an assessment of ofsne IfJfte r rne
sne ne and onehalf onto halt l IVk l c CPH ente nti t I per sharp sharpjiras sharevas har harNaB
NaB levied vled on the capital clplt 1 to tock < k of r tn tnorporation toofJOraUon tnurporation
orporation payable Nov 3 3 IM 1 13 3 to tovdam todGm tutdam
vdam Snyder acting acti < o cretary anrt anrttreasurer anttJeasu ann annreasurr
treasurer Jeasu r Xi i Main street Sat Sa I t I Lake ike City Cityny Clt Cltny Cityny
ny stock upon which this thj assessment assessmentnay a assesmentiay ment mentlay
nay remain 11 imp1id n p i1 on c lie 3d day cf r rebec f4ovember
Stevember ebec UKS llMI U v iil b i delinqueit t ani aniidvertiaed aniIctveni8ed n i iidvartised
idvertiaed for sale at ii public pYbl auction auctionind auctionhd auctionad
ind hd unless payment is mad before will willsold wie
< e sold on the 18th day of Noveml l NovmlSU3 ovemb ovembKI3 c
903 to pay pa the delinquent assesw ass assenrnot assenrnottogether gm1 mc t ttoecther t ttOflcU
together tOflcU pr with the th cost of advertising ari ariexpenses an1ex an anexpenses
expenses ex Xnlre8 of sale ADAM SNYDKR SNYDKRActing SNYDEHAetl1g SVDEriActiig
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