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Crime Yestertay Yestertayv YesterlaLeaves
ri cs r i iGeavae
Leaves v Child Ch iid Two Nights and a Day DayRIourin Alone Ion in tIM tih Room RoomWith RoomWith RoomWith
With Its Dead Mother While He Spends His Time TimeMaking TimerimkingR TimeDakinqReallzes
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and Expacts to Be e Executed ExecutedfITH xeoutedITH o td tdt
10 fITH ITH their twoyarold rhfld ekildloohdpg looking k1 o oa ui uiwoftdenneat p woftdenneat a Jtt frank 1rnkharbtar Hose HoseUy lA ese s sbarber
WITH Uy barber shot hot his wife at 4 oclock Chrtstnuui Cb attrnoon He killed her herin lIerin leerin
in their room ir an n old adobe 1 bouse at 4t 4 West Third Sooth street Leav Leaving I4vtng Leeving ¬
ing the th child in its dead mother arms and drenched with her blood Rose Rosewandered R Rwandrprl RaewanderP4
wandered about the streets returning occasionally Ionany to feed the little one whs whsW wboseas
seas W R R ak alone > ne with the corpse c At I oclock < k yesterday morning he h walked into thepc the UteJJ thejjoliee
jjoliee JJ + 1ice station and an nb gave himself up telling of his life crime crimeCalmly crimeCalmly crimeCalmly 1
Calmly and noachnlanyy noschnlan y he related the story et IF yesterday He said he heonvlnld bccs becsas becsasConvinced e ec
c Convinced some time Urn ago that his wife was w unfaithful to him After thlnfcfn thlnfcfnt third thirdIi l lt
t t it over for some time UI11 he decided over six weeks ago to kill her if she did dktll8 not
< hange her ways For this purpose e he bot boirht 3t a revolver About Abouthrlsbnaa 4 o tlisRls teck teckChristmas
e Christmas afternoon she suggested ed that as theywere tJIe were both tired they go to BSAt
Thiatbey hh they did The child eat u up p on the thebed oed with them t Rose R me reproached InsVWsll 1
for her con conduct conductIm OnduttTnt duct ductIm
Im going < < to leave If ae you he said < I
If fyou you do ehc hr 1 said Til follow 3 you ou wherever you go and 1 ha f l tt allistsi all allT1
ft IT putting Patt inK me on the t he town
Then The T1 cn Ill kill you ou he declared d lared
All right she be replied That suite sui me meFERXD meDtJI meS
t 1 Going ft lng over to the Ih t he dresser he picked Up the loaded revolver revolm that thatY thatYwM wM was tfcsm
TW I ith t h the childs rhlld eye follo foUowfna fng him he went W nt back to the bed IRs Os heal
T ray lay o 9 > i the pillow The little one eaw him placing the muscle back of her Jiernd es esnnd saV
and nd ftr ftrTh e eThs t tTht
Th < woman did not die nor did she straggle 8 le With an eBprt4e OortSbe taf tsrnsd tsrnsdpai > need needpa
pai tiallv around where wh hre re she could look into her husbands eyes and said s d
Well w > n Prank nk I guess gut > youve done it now nowElmer nowElmer ow owElmer
Elmer the baby amused himself hlmS4lf1 unconscious that he was witnessing wltae 1na a
tragedy tragedyMrs tt ragedrMrs ragedyMrs
Mrs Rose lingered lID tJed < along for an hour and a half
Put a wet tow towel l on my head wont you Prank she said as the gushing
blood sapped her strength and she floated nearer and nearer to death
He put the th towel t011 1 on her forehead and at her request t rubbed the theill thealiich > head headwhich
ill 55 which Ilch was aching achingKl acbl acblK1
Kl Ktsaa w me Frank Pr she he said hi ns ashe she f tlt t K dltttatfe OUt tUte life wactbnast wat t gone
Leaning Leanln over her the murderer with < Ub histibtwvtoeM hilb I r M ufcnvher fihet blood ploodiS IgjK IgjKnd
JIS iS Up to hen Feebly be raised hec hecnK hetsttrnt rW1 rW1ng 1i GIMi
nK tlOn her weum9 ad nd pat It arsuns a > Ms neek halts k
his cloth fl B his hi neck and his cheek Ht wf vrrintoved vrrintovedi unntoved UA r rBrins rBrtnllP
i Bring the baby over ver where I can iM JOto W > s i is ut gssjMnfc request fe
Te T little one ne smeared his tiny fingers flu gtki + s rt wM ttill h1s ani mfilM lilfod as be tree
tJonately patted att d h bet r check and leaned over to kiss his lyTftif pl parent parentBABE ent entBABE t tBAJlE
Leave him in my m arms arms she begged of the tbemunJerer murderer who lay on the bed
beside her watching atcbin the blood stream from the bole byhor by haw ear r oostng 001II into the thepillow thepillow thepillow
pillow and bed clothes trickling along her shoulder aad arm and staining her hernightrobe herlIchtrobe hers
s nightrobe and that of the babe > who literally lay in her blood The child childprattled chUdpratt1e childprattled
prattled happily The mother gradually drifted into IHIOO uaoortsdoa nnconsdoosncss nest the last lastrounds Jutound lastsounds
rounds ound Fhe heard ou earth t being the infants chatter She died diedThe diedThe diedThe
The baby lay on the lifeless arm as the husband and father left the room roomand roomand
and 8 nd locked the door after him himSarly himEarly himEarly
Early yesterday h rday marring m > rrln thirtyseven thlrtY8eVeDhoun bourr later the child was still UIl alone alonewith aloneItb
4 with Itb the corpse e After Rose had been locked up Sergeant t J J Roberto Police Policeman PoUceman Policeman ¬
man Janice Williams and Frank Tall broke into the room The baby sat t on the
bed d shivering in his b thin bloodstained nightdress ntaht4 One hand rested on the thecorpse theCOTptle thecorpse
corpse COTptleuTht
The womans omnn dead exclaimed Officer William WiHIamsThe W1UlamtlThe WilliamThe
The child turned appealingly to the newcomers newcomersI 0 0I
I c II nt wake mamma he said in anxious anxtowSerct tones tonesSergeant
Sergeant Serct > ant Roberts snatched matc up the < child and prssstd him ctsse is Ida breast breastopening wastpenlq breastnpentng
opening his overcoat and smuggling lInl the little one Inside tend > tt ft Then these three threemen UbeemEno threemen
men accustomed aC < t1i11 omed to scenes DN of misery degredation vice crhne and trasjady wept
like children childrenThe cblldr childrenThe > n nThe
The baby was a taken to a neighbors washed and dressed dber ad and turned over OYerJto
< Jto to Mrs V Anna fettckney superintendent entot of the Childrens AM and Some rind rindThe YJn4nc
ing nc adation 11 llittl court courtTIle courtMae
The account 8fC unt of the murder is hi a accordanc with the storytoM by Rave hhn hhnself h h1Iplt hhtatself
self He H talked talk d freely declared he had plsomrt ft for or weeks ks had no regret and andexpected Clxpect andexpected
expected xpect he would ould be executed for It ItROSE itROSE t tt
5 5S
A man of about medium height bei8htars M 3ecars
years cars of age is Frank Rose with red reddallh reddish
dish hair plastered pla t red close < to his bead beadpolDted a apointed
pointed drooping reddish r b moustache mouatatheIght moustachelight mousta4beUght
light eyes E and sharp features His Biableared Hisbleared
bleared eyes and the lines on his face facegave facegave facegave
gave an air of dissipation but the or ordinary ordinary
dinary observer would notice nothing nothingto noUtln noUtlnto
to betray hetra an especially et 4Ctall cruel < nature naUireI naturele
I He le wore a bluechecked blu hcked gingham ctn ginghamjumper am amjumper
jumper which was U the t he most conspicu conspicuOUS
OUS OUSNo No man m n could be more composed thanhe than thanhe tballhe
he us he chatted with apparent non nonchalance none ¬ i ihabncf
e chalance about his hi rime and its conse consequences cnnsequencea onaeI ¬
quences He talked with Captain Bur Burbldge Burttldp Burbidge
bldge County Attorney Attorn Weftervelt WefterveltAssistant WeeterveltAssistant I IAul
Assistant Aul tant County Attorney Dana Tl T TSmith
Smith Detectives D tectle t ihase haM and Raleigh KaleigbChief RalelebChief RaleighChief
Chief Lynch Sergeant Roberts and a areporter areport areporter
reporter report for The Herald at various varioustimes
times during the day dayDo dayDo
Do you have any an regrets he 11 was wasasked WallAsked wasasked
asked by The Herald representative representativeNot
Not at all WHS the rer re > iy n I Iplanned Iplanned Iplanned
planned this for or weeks 9otf > ks ever since we wecame wecame wecame
came to Salt Lake LakeWhy LakeWhy LakeWhy
Why did you do it itShe ItSbe
She disgraced dl acfd herself bprfl4 > lf and disgraced disgracedme ii raced racedmf l
k me and disgraced the boy 1 I thought thoughtthisa j ithl
thl thlswap was aF the only thing to do doDo dnDo
Do you OU expect to swing for it itCertainly ItCrtainly itCertainly
Certainly I know k kll > v the consequences consequencesof COIISfutncnf I
of murder I thought that all over over be before before before ¬
fore I killed heryou her herDM I
DM you at any an time lntrn to t + com commit rommlt cornmit ¬
mit suicideI suicide suicideNo lIuicldeNo
No I thought I would leave Ia p mykilling my mykilling m mkJIII
killing kJIII to the men ho are a r Ir + i1 d for It ItRose ItROlle itRose
Rose readily told tol 1 about himself 11 mplr anthe an anthe allthf
the > trouble which l d to th tragedy trage l7 <
My home > Is In St t Louts he saidMy said saiUMy Bal
My 1 mother Jiis OerslHne Gera linos > Rose RotN1IVH I Ilives Ilives
lives In the outskirts of o 8t Louis nose noseMy j
My 1 brotherlnlnu Willlim Villh III Mitchell Mitchellworks Mitchellworks Tltthenor1la
works or1la for the + Continental nUn lal Tobaccocompany Tobacco Tobaccocompany Tobaccocompany
company and Paul Brovn Rro Hroer n an official officialof offilalGf
r of the company marrlf m tin < ousln ouslnMy i iMy i
My wifes Ift > moths > r Mr Mrl Kliza i Morris MorrisJlvwi MorrisLives forrlIof
Lives at t Deslogf Iof Mo 10 Ii HV + star tr t r Mrs MrsPearl Mnarl MrsPearl
Pearl arl Pusten JI Ill t s at Bonne T Trrf rrP rr > > MoI Mo MoI MoI
I am 30 years ealll < < M 1 and my wife was a 8 20 20I 20I 20I
I worked for a numn mmiher 11 I m t r of years for the theContinental thpr theContinental
r Continental T > i < company < in 8t 8t1 Ste i iLouis
e Louis and la r rran ran I n a barber shop
there thereMy
My K wife II i I had some trouble trH le In I I8t ISt ISt
St Inuis 1 m1 m i out she hE had n nt nthe notbeen t tbeen
been he n true to m < HIIi nd 1 loft her and i j
went wen pnt to Deeth Xev Ne I b S l nrkpd nrkpdan n rkf rkeri rkeriat > r rall
an fi barber Ja rber for James KiJUfli ni iidd lidi 4 I saved tU savedsoar vetl j
lion money 11I n y and wrote to her last lasteur lutur lastCUT
CUT ur iir m r asking it skln if i f see she e had been n true to tonae toJilJ toome j
nae Hi fling JilJ UK her If she h had I would send
her h the tb money to come out She Sheshe said saidshe 1c1
she be had and I sent her fibPWe ns nsWe
We ea came tQ Salt Lake Lak in Novem ¬
bee and I soon found she was w running rall1 n nund
around und with other men It got so that thatthe tbattbe thatthe
the police P l knew kl w about her = and she sheconfessed sheconfessed
confessed fe4 It to me I talked with her herj
j but it Itdidnt didnt do any any good Then T de deelded doelded
elded to kill her h r I bought a 32caHber 32caHberrevolver U Jlber
revolver 1 for that purpose purposeAbout
I About a month ago she tried to kill killme killins
me Sbe put some morphine in our ourcoffee ourCoIfee ourcdiee
coffee putting half in her cup and half
In mine It made her bE sick for two or
three days but It didnt dld t fease me a
bit bitThen
Then n I got into trouble with George
the bartender at the saloon at IS West
Third South street about the 1st of ofthis oftbla ofthis
this month and hit him over the head
because beca se of his relations with my wife
I was sent nt up for twenty days for ear carrying ¬
rying 17 concealed w weapons weaponsWhen a ponll
When I got ot ou out I found she was wasstill wasstill
still keeptag kee keepl g up her running runnln around aroundand aroundand
and I made up my mind to kill her I
hadnt been working because U8e I had hadmoney hadmoney I Imoney
money when I came here We had I
both been up late lat the night before
Christmas About 4 oclock oc lock Christmas Christmasafternoon CbrttJtrmulII Chrktmasafternoon
afternoon II she suggested 8Ugge ted that w we go to tod
bed d as she lib wtll woe tired and we did so I
Hose > then Stalled dt > taiJPd the th account of the themurder themurder themurder
murder as given inn above
telling their theiron theironveraation I Ionversatlon
on onversatlon versa tion how he shot her the ac actions art aitinna ¬
tions t jnn 1 of the U chili and her dying words wordsDidnt wordsDidnt
Didnt you fp any regret as yon yonFHW yousaw ou ouOft
saw Oft her lying there he was asked askedNo 8 askedNo kffJ kffJo
No o i had made up > my mind to
kill her and Im not sorry sorrydid
How did you feel when you leaned leanedover leanedovel leanedover
over and kissed k her herI
I felt t 1t about ns n I do now nowHonestly no noHrmeRtI nowHonestly
Honestly HrmeRtI didnt you feel any Dy symoathv sym symbathv ymoath
bathv oath for or her whatever as you saw sa
her lying < there thereOh tht thereOh > re reOb
Oh 1 fell a little sympathy for her
but I knew I had acted for her own owngood o owngood n
good goodWhere
Where Whe did you IU spend the time after
the t thehootiing shooting until you gave yourself up
to the t reMre eee etE7 was asked Rose RoseI
I was down at the th Alta saloon on
Rate street mort of the > time r s slept pt
there th rt on a chair fh ir in one of the wine winerooms winerooms I
rooms Saturday 8tur ay night nightWhy nightWhy ht I
WIa Why did you not D give yourself up to
tlM officers o icera as soon e as you had commit ¬
ted the deedOh deed deedOh deedOh
Oh I 4ont Ot know replied n pUtd th the mur ¬
derer calmly i had a little money monf i ia
an a and nd < 1 I wanted wan tl > d to spend It before 1 wen went I
t to jail jls
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Limit With Stores r 1
mLADEkPHfADec IitLADE PIHADoc Dtc 2 27 iTbt the Sun SunI ilunr
r I day stillness at Th be League Island Islandnavy telandna islandnavy
navy na vy yard was broken 1Wo1t 1 tooa today bythe by bythe t tthe
the hurried hUrriedfllting fitting out of the cruiser I tDixie IDixie I IDixie
Dixie for fee bee trip to Colon and tonight tonightthe tonllrhtthe tonightthe
the trim trt little vessel lies inthe In the Dela Delaware Delaware Delaware ¬
ware river ready to sail tomorrow tomorrowmorning tomorrowmonaIM tomorrowmortlag
morning The activity at the t e yard re resembled reemblM resembled ¬
sembled much the busy scenes there be before before ¬
fore the SgiibMMhAtd SpaiJisTiAnlerfean Jiiiila tflbaftwl piban war Brig Brigadier B11Jradler BrIeadier ¬
adier O e General iwral BlUott XI commanding cos unanding the themarine themarine
marine corps and who is I going < to the thetetbmus tIbeWthlftU1l theinthmus I
tetbmus on the Dixie arrived in the theafternoon theafternoon theafternoon
afternoon Three eonipanies of n nrinse ma marines IDarln ¬
rinse rln one from Bast ots and the others othersfrom othersfrom 1 1from
from Washington aloe arrived Theywere They Theywere i ire
were re marched to thijf t tha barracks and andBOTH andBOTH i iBOTfJ
Two Policemen Detailed to Ride Rideon Rideo RideoIi
on o oIi Street Cars to Prevent PreventTrouble PreventTroubte PreventTroabte
Trouble TroubleChicago TroubteCldcap TroabteChicago
Chicago Dec 27 21Because Because they had hadbeen hadMea hadbeen
been detailed to ride ea n a Chicago City Cityrailway Cityrail Cityrailway
rail railway car ca In the lrgieof gnjse of passengers passengersas pu
as a protection to a nonunion crew crewPolicemen erewJollceJnea crewlolicemen
Policemen James Gibbons and George GeorgeOsCkJey GeorpokJe7 GeorgeOakley
OsCkJey war w were attacked attaeiteCby by union sym sympathisers sympathisers ym ympaW ¬
pathisers paW tonight t and 1ft m the light that thatfollowed thatfollowed thatfollowed
followed both policemen poI were seriously seriouslyInjured 1MI10UIIIYj seriouslyInju
Injured InJlI The tKmb tiieuble occurred at atTwentysecand atTWenb atTwentysecond
Twentysecand TWenb street and Archer ave avenue aveflue ¬ 1
flue when a Harter Halite Hal street Jftt car ar ran raninto ranI raninto
into a General ElecHe e oO car r and was wasderailed wasrienlled wasderalied
derailed While Gibbons and the non nonunion nonunton nonunion
union conductor went into a saloon to totelephone totelephone
telephone for the wreck wagon a crowd crowdsurrounded crowdsurrounded crowdsurrounded
surrounded the disabled di ablerl car Ar and beganthrowing began beganthrowing beganthrowin
throwing < bricks and stones stonesHearing stonesHearing tonesHearln
Hearing the disturbance Gibbons Gibbonscame Gibbonscame Gibbonscame
came to the assistance ilJtaaee of Oakley but butthe buti butthe
i the rioters ri tfM were in such numbers that thatboth thatboth
both policemen poJlc men were w re soon soon overpowered overpoweredand
and would undoubtedly have been bee beekUId beenkilled
killed had not ot several 1 other policemen pottcemenI
who ho had been n summoned charged the thej thecrowd thecrowd
j crowd with clubs When the mob had hadI hadbeen
1 been dispersed ed Gibbons and Oakley OakleyI Oakleywere
I were found lying on the ground and andboth
both were taken to to 0 a hospital At a alate a alate alate
late hour tonight OaJdey Qal was still unconscious un unconscious unco ¬
conscious consciousTwo co consciousTwo n clouI
I Two of the rioters rioters were arrested and andI
a search Is I being made for some of the theotheltl theothers
others who were reeegaiced reeegaicedFrequent reeegaizedFrequent Ied IedFrequent
Frequent assaults ulta on nonunion em employes emplo employes ¬
ployes plo e of the Chicago City railway railwaysince railwaysince
since the adjustment of the strike of ofunion ofunion
union men test month led the officials officialsof I
of th the company to appeal to the police policefor policefor policefor
for protection and two policemen in incitizens I IIURn
citizens < IURn clothes were a assigned to each eachcar
car ar manned by men who do not wear wearunion wearunion
union buttons In an there th re are sev seveatyslx seveutysix 1 1entslx
eatyslx men in thin detail d htiL but beyondquelling beyond i
quelling IUf > lUnlf incipient outbreaks little difficuity dif difficulty ¬
ficulty ftult had been encountered until to tonight tonight
night I
Death of a Prominent P t New New York YorkBanker I IBanker I
Banker Explained ExplainedNew
New York Dec 27 27Referrlnc Referring to the I
disappearance diets RMaranee e from the steamer Denver Denveron
on her way ay to Galveston Galv 8ton of Granville Gra mf1le
W Garth president of the th Mechanic
National bank of this city Alexander
A Orr vice Ice president of the bank said
today that for some time past Mr
Garth had beer far from ma well and 4 I
within the pact few weeks had 4 seemed
tobe to be on the t verge of mental ftaeDtalplOlltra proetra
tion For thin flbl reason the board of di directors directors
rectors JfCto passed on Dec 14 l a resolution resolutionurging resolutionurging tIOtutionurn
urging urn Mr Garth to totaJre take a vacation vacationof
of four our months To
thl this Mr Garth as aerented
rented 84 > nt and sailed > d with a companion companionon compo compoanlrm anlrm
on the Denv Denver on I D ec 1 Ii The bank
had continued to prosper under Mr I
Garth s management r JarJ Orr said and
his death was 88 solely due to mental mentalanxiety mentalanxiety mentalanxiety
anxiety of a purely personal character
later were sent on board the Cruiser truiserAltogether CruiserAltogether rwerAI
Altogether AI ther the Dixie Dt e will take takemarines tNrtthI h s0 s0marines O Omarines
marines who will be under unCle1ODIa unCle1ODIamaDd sMoom sMoommand t8sd ooas ooasmate
mate mand of UevteAant nt Colonel AVnUer AVnUerThe WuerTbe WallerThe
The wor wnrjcbf f leading g the th a user con pinUntied continued tUnued
Untied tnrt mrtp Might Saturday Sattmla Sattmlawu sad attdwas sadwas
was conrafoted ed this afternoon afternooQuauUt71 f t The TJhaquantity Thequantityt
quantity i and character Qf f hfr ter ealg caJTgp + p
indicate IndtC te that < ha the government expr expra ex exa exa
a long campaign in Panama H Her Heirand r hn hnand btDIiIiI btDIiIiIand
and decks ec ae crowded to thePMft 1It2 ftWth ftWthshores wMi wMistores
stores Besides ldd the regular 1aT stores and andothe a1IIIiLothe aiAtioche
othe routflt for the marines marineaooltoant on hoard of ofher ofher offher
her and those now at the theDlxle isjt isitpie mus tl the theDixie e eDixie
Dixie will take with her fly five wagnprloads wagonV wagonVtoads aXOAr
toads I of small X arm ammunttion h a large largequantity 1arquantIty largequantity
quantity of lumber camp supplies eAd eAda and anda
Genoa Dec K J4Dr Dr Alexander Graham GrahamBell UrababSB41I rahalaBell
Bell Inventor of the telephone telpbtmeL has a aeonian at atrlYed atrived
rived here He will coney Co 1w the gasitlk gasitlkeonian
eonian Institute at Washington the re remains ft ftmalNi remains ¬
mains of James Jam Smithaon Smlth on founder ef t the
institution wb who died cI in n Genoa G In lID Mt9Washington 186Washington
Washington Wa Dec 27 iIt It is tea aM here herethat herethat herethat
that the reason for the removal 1eIqORtt set x this tOUstime thistime
time oT the body of the Bier t d4erot of the theSmithsonian tt theSmitheonian e
Smithsonian institution tram < r t J Jthis tothis
this country is because auR a sto stohas at gyarty q i
has encroached on the Bngli Bnglitery C ceaIt ceaIttery ceatRtery
tery at Genoa to such an epctftni e that 4hatit OIatIt
it has become e necessary n ary to remove etttte the theremains
remains Interred there ptJr Mr Cr BeU > left leftthin leftthin
thin country ountr a little moret more morethane morethanego lt w k kH kego
H ego go Congress has made no 80tion soion ii a ation
tion for the removal of MrS MrSremains Mr sremains II IIrfmalns
remains to this thi country ajt and it could eoaIdnot
not be learned l4 > arned tonight owing to the theabserre tileabserlp t e eabserce
abserre of f Professor Langley Langl y from t the dietty e eity
< ity whether wh ther the regents of the Snrith Snrithpnian S Snl Snle
fI pnian > nlan had voted money for thl thlpo this putt puttpose p tr trpose
pose po or Mr Btfllwas 11w8fI aotingon acting on hU is isInitiative ewe eweInitiative own ownInitiative
Initiative The matter had been die discusded df diecussed > <
cusded in local scientific circles cl wheretbe wherethe where wherethe
the opinion prevails that tbatthepo thegrounds thegroundsof the gtoum i
of the institution in n this city we IQ the theproper
proper site tw their thetrlfltrai final resting tq place pladaENFORCED placeENFORCED
Thousands of Glass Workmen to Be BeLaid B BaLaid a aLaid
Laid Off OffPittsburg OffPtttbu OffPittsburg
Pittsburg Ptttbu Pa Dec 27 ihas 27A JK 4eeisisahas 4eeisisa deelsliahas
has been reached by the flint ftl glass man iJMa mapufacturers
utcturer to close all bottle factories factoriesweeks factorleitstcrtly
tcrtly alter Tan 1 for a peeled ed of tO foterweeks
weeks in order to ctfrtall c rtan odtret production productionand productionand 11 11and
and better enable DIe the tied tnuWto to Itotale m mtain
tale prices The report rt of this deci decihas Qeihas
has caused consternation In glass paetl paetlcl dr clrdies
cl dies lI ana particularly among am the t thework theworkers work workers W1W1ren
ers who bad presumed thai tu their ssea tee teetns
0 8 tns > ns n work was permanently settled settledand settledand t tand
and there would ould be no cessatlotf cessation t1ot of the tJehtdultry
iiKlustry for the remainder r Of f JTie The lire ft ftThfO lireThe
The agreement it is MId covers c Veftl all allthe tillthe n nt
the t be members nl of ofthe the associated aaesclat nanu staautacturera d dfaturertl
facturers but of course not notaeln4t notaeln4tP4ndents te he stn stnpendents Inde
pendents who will in continue their op oporations optratlons
orations Notices of the shutdown win winit
it is said be posted some lime during durtNthp duringthe
the week and thousands of skilled skilledworkmen Hilledworkmen skilledworkmen
workmen will be rendered idle idleKILLING idlea
Pink Bradley San Away With An Another Another n nother ¬
other Mans M MawsBoise Jtts Wife W1f8BoI WifeBoise
Boise BoI Idaho Dec 27 7A A special to tothe tQthe tothe
the Statesman from Nampa says saysForman saysForman saysForman
Forman Hoober of the Dewey farm farmshot farmshot
shot and killed Pink Brattle 13t11 11eJoi at S Soclock Ioclk 1oclerk
oclock this thl morning who a week weekran ago agoran agoran
ran away with his wife The fheoccurred shooting shootingoccurred boottpgoccurred
occurred at the farm Six Sl shots were wire
fired and all took effect elrtCtne tone In a leg legone 1eIrone legone
one in an arm and four IB I theback thebackAbout tMMeitAbout the back backAbout
About a week ago Mrs Hoober stole stolewith
500 from her 1Mband and d dBradley damped
with Bradley The latter wpa was wasin W a d din
in Caldwell and served servedfive servedfive flVedfte
five days in jail He H was wasevening wuevening wasevening
evening and at once red redfarm re refarm refarm
c 0
I jl DOT Tft Jt it I dot 40 t it itlaer here tisBaby tis tiss Usae5
s I Baby Sagergrasped ftngers grasped eagerly a arobber arubber arubber
robber rubber ball and held it forth in intriumph Inhm
triumph ilWIAPh hm ph a baby b b7 face was dented with withJoyous withr
Joyous II dimples and brown eyes yes spar sparWed spard
Wed d with mirthful light lightThis lightThis
This little tot who ho played and prat prattled ptartled prattied ¬ I
tled and laughed laU < at new discoveries in ina inorId n na
a world orId that to him isbnt I is bet two yearsold years yearsold i
old was Elmer Rose A few hours hourspreviotmy hourspreviously t i
previously he had been taken ft from + ttitk theaide the thesfne Uteaide
aide of his slain mother whose ae lifeblood llfehtoedsoaked II lifebloodtip
soaked tip ked ed the tb garments and disfigured d the thepsetty theJlilletty
psetty tetty face of the child childA chUdfe
A few fe blocks bJo < e away behind steel st 1 bars barssat Darst barssat
sat the father of this tht baby kb babythe ythe the father fatherwhose fatherwbotfe
whose murderous mU tI hand had sent the themothers theDMtthers theraothers I
mothers soul into In Int9etaenttlf Int9etaenttlfBut q eternity eternityBut
But Bahy w wits Sinter laughed Jau bed and played playedntrthe pltyednrure t i
ntrthe its the parlor r rlor r of o f the tJa e CbM Chttdveat firmw Aid AJ4aDd AJ4aDdBb and andHome andHbme I
Bb Home bJe Flndteg ajisseiatkm atlon a V t P Earls Barts4Sftrt EarraIn EarlsNIrt
4Sftrt In his 4MidJ0h = ill iiwioeeas iiwioeeasir oetiMy tdnd tdndHiWb BCI BCItM
HiWb lai4Mias m spryt ir the tMu8d theunderstand
understand u8d = TITlttleoii The Theto Ntt1E ro f ft wnucen not notupderstaa en
to t the home yserosy y riJay Aorntng and andplaced MIdplaced andplaced
placed temporarily in charge ch of ofV acre MiraA acreV
V A Stickfley the supermtejident superMt dent He Hewas Hew Hewas
was w clad IB a faded pink dress that thatlater thatIn thatrater
later in the day was as changed < for more morebecoming morebecomintr morebecoming
becoming apparel apparelThe apparelThe I
The poor little chap was very quiet quietand quietSad
and still when he first came said Mrs MrsStickney
i I
Stickney S DeY Hie eyes had a strange strangesad stra strangesad
sad 11 light H ht in them that wa was almost almostheartbreaking aImo8ttblt almosttbreaking
heartbreaking tbreaking tblt tDtr But he didnt cry a bit bitTfegave bite bite
Tfegave e p gave ve him some chicken broth and andcracker aDdtira andcracker
tira cracker ker at first and a little later laternJIR some somemore somem
m more of substantial su tant11 food Then he began beganto
to t brighten up p and since then he has 118jaa4great hasMd
jaa4great great fun with Ith th the b tops that thatSanta Santa SantaGlaus SantaClaus
Claus sent us We all fell In love with withhlm witbb withhim I
him b a right away awayhe hes such a pretty prettybaby prettyby prettybaby
baby by and sedan d so good goodElmer SoodE1nt goodElmer
Elmer r had b 4t secured a small I trumpet trumpetnd trumpetstud et4t1U
stud nd was producing noise l1 iH with all the thenewer theer thepower
newer er of his small lungs He gleefully gleefullycalled IIeef1JllyotJIe4 gleefuilyoNled
called attention to his new accomplish accomplishment accompllaht accompldahtstent ¬
ment t and tried to tell about it in his
baby way Perched on the knee of a avisitor aIsttor avisitor
visitor he prattled prattledI
1 dot doll too toodoll doJl love me me love lovedoll Jovedon lovedoll
doll He can frame simple sentences sentencesbut llentencesbut sentencesbut
but his It vocabulary is limited limitedUanuna limitedMaIuutM limitedMaslowthe
Uanuna MaIuutM the visitor suggested the thename thenNne thenamtewith
name namtewith with a view to possibly arousing arousingthe
the chads c U4 s memory memoryMamma memoryIo memory4aigioa
Mamma Io the little one repeated repeatedsusjfendtncr repeatedt repeatedthe
susjfendtncr t the tooting of the trumpet trumpetsla tnIlDpeteft trumpetsitsas
sla sitsas aa ph deres eft ballI dot t ball ballwsUa ballwlth
Aist with his bright eager face aglow aglowwitfi aaiOWeeU aglowwig
wig exeitsss excttevtewt eeU eat baby Elmer 1 tumbled tbledtJae twnbledmike
to mike the floor fl sjad raced to a corner COIIMr1dtJ where wherehis wherehies
his eye e1aiI lied ad d detected eet a new newE treasure treasureMnm trsas ire irethe
Mnm the word w rd that bad held his 118atfeDfw hisatfee hisattention
atfee atfeDfw attention for a fleeting 1IUD Instant 1Mtaatto was wasforgotten wasfo I
forgotten to Do The discovery cJt of the rubber rubberban berd
ban ba dwarfed d all things else In importatnce Impor Importance Jmporta ¬
tance ta Again A n the name of his hi mother motherwae 1bOth motherwas r rw
was w mentioned menti M4 but ttutu the only nly reply p was wasJtIrOua wasieyeim
Joyous prattle prat about t the b hftU L folded jEoJJowedI ed edby
by energetic ueorta efforts to hurl it throughthe through throughwho throuPthf
the wall wallt
wanfab wall2ariialoUtdIPd 2ariialoUtdIPd fab who had hadthe hadJ hadJf
ocW1 ocW1r 1 1ir I
r f Pl playeVl 7tf rodm rodmslily
ir slily t > 0e eardlmmd t eyes Y1S watched its Itssovementa
nM sovementa ements Elmer in < 4 < S t pspt psptwell P9sttx pltltqeII batar batare I
well e eII formed form with Ui a ashaped ashaped msjgnslcettty msjgnslcetttyshaped
shaped head high broad forehead f liead and andbrisht sadbright I Ibr
bright br t brown eyes that fairly snackfe snackfewiwj apaddewi dde
wiwj vl 1 intelligence intelligenceStrange IntelJltle intel gence gence5tiw I
St 5tiw Strange a remarked Mrs Stickney Stickneythe Stlek Stickneytire t tthe I
the beby by has not once asked aJtk for f l hi himother hJmother his hismother
mother For lIort the present preM t at least letI there thereseems theree I IMellWUttie
e seems MellWUttie emar little significance 0 to him in the thename thena thename
name nameSee na name nameSee
naSee See doily oh ob see dolly Dotty dot dotfunny dottunny dotfunny
funny foots And nd baby Elmer held a asmall asmall asmall
small doll upside downs for inspection inspectionLaughing inspectionLat pectionLaaPdDlr
Laughing Lat dng and romping about theroom the theroom theroom
room the baby played with doll and andball andban andball
ball and wooden horse unconscious rs ofthe of ofthe ofthe
the subdued pitying voices that were werediscuiwing weredi werediscUhlttg
discuiwing di it and an4lt Its probable future futureAnd fUtureAnd futureAnd
And so probably this baby boy will willlaugh willlaugh UI UIluP
laugh and romp and play while his hismother h hmcther hismother
mother is 1 carried to her last resting restingphtee tbIcpJoaeeeven resdngplaceeven
pJoaeeeven phtee even while the Jealous Jaw is istightening illtlKhtemns Istightening
tightening fingers en of retribution about aboutthe abeatthe aboutthe
the throat of the baby father
London Dec 27 27The The Daily Mafls MWaIeobe Maflstffebe > 3 3ieelte
tffebe correspondent corre pondeDt asserts that the theJapanese theIpaneae i
Japanese Ia army authorities have reed re reHiested re reQ
Hiested Q ed the newspapers to refrain from fromuMishlng fromuWahln fromubibhing
uMishlng news concerning rnJntr the movepmRa move move1Qiems JllCve1tU
1Qiems > 1tU of troops or otherwarlike other arllke prep prep preparation prep8tratlonu
HiraUoas aration In an editorial the Daily DaUIan Dailyi1
lw Ian fl says 71 it regards rdII ths th as a practtrensorahip practt practtcensorship practtreDlIOnblp
censorship and an ominous oml sign signEditorial aIcnJ4ltorlal signEditorial
Editorial articles In other morning mornmgnewspapers morningnewspapers
newspapers 118 p8pen1 express exp concern co rDovertbe over the themoventent themovement I
moventent movement veDtnt of foreign warships w toward towardthe towardtae towardthe
the far east and particularly over the thestatement thestatement I IIItatftne
statement t that United States marinesive marln marines
ive ve been ordered orderdtoKbreateatBg orderdtoKbreateatBguntolHeen to Korea feat fearing fearinge iflg iflgunforeseen
e unforeseen incident may precipl preciplevents preclpJeentll preclpieeents
events eeentsSSOn eventsOn eentllOn
= SSOn On the other hand the speech deliv deliveVeil dellvft delivftvfd i
eVeil ft by byM M Delca D casse the t e French nch for foreign forN forigp ¬
eign N minister in the senate Saturday Saturdaysaying Saturday1IDgtbat
saying 1IDgtbat that nothing had occurred to tocause toOioa tocave t
cause Oioa him to place faith in the alarm ¬
has reports that were werebeing were weredaily being pHhUshed pHhUsheddailyX ptMisbeddally
daily is looked upt upon UIKIIIand i as riisssiirlnr riisssiirlnrand reassuringand
and it is believed that the efforts of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th powers powe may still be suece successful fal inpreserving in mpreserving inpre
preserving pre ervl aeace neaoeSpeeW aeaceSpecial Cepeclal
Special cableams published in this thismornings thisnlC thismornings
mornings nlC newspapers DeWIIPperarecord record no im important important ¬
portant t developments of far eastern easternaJEairs ea easternagydrs tern ternaffaIrII
aJEairs aJEairsThe affaIrIIrite agydrsThe
The Dally Daily Mails Tokfo correspondent correspondentreports correspondentreports eDtreportll
reports the opening of negotiations negotiationswith ne < otlatloDs otlatloDswith
with Prince C1 Chjngs > d us a party with the theobject theobject theobject
object of t forming ID t Ian an offensive and de defensive detenalvealUaaee defensive ¬
fensive tenalvealUaaee alliance between China and andJapan andJa andJapan
JapanThe Japan JapanThe Ja JaThe
The Morning Korn Posts Peking Pe corre correspondent correspondeot correspondent ¬
spondent says that all classes e of Chi Chinamen Cblnamen Chinamen
namen unite ubJ m ID the belief that in the theevent theevent
event of war China must help the theJapanese tbeTapI1eBe theJapanese
Japanese and that if this help should shouldnot shouldnot I
not be given there t there re will 111 be a patriotic patrioticinsurrection patrlotichtSulreetJon patrioticInsurrection
insurrection against t the Manchu u dy dynasty dyI dynasty ¬
nasty j
> 4 I 5 I
N Portland rtland Dec 27 2iAtter After failing to toInduce toinduce o
Induce the district attorney to t issue ue ueIM a ararrant aswserant
IM Tant rarrant for the arrest of the man manWhom manbom manWhom I
Whom bom he alleged had alienated his hiswifes hlJlwife hiswife
wifes wife affections David G Van Hou Honsit I
eta sit a farmer went to the Northern NorthernIbaciflc I
Pacific saloon at 816 tonight and with without Withwaminl with6Yt
out warning shot Albert Young Youn one oneof oneof
of the proprietors who died three I
J hours later latt > r from the effects of the thewound theI thewound
I wound ound Van Houten escaped and has hast I Iaot
aot s bt t been bet n captured ptUNd at this time
This evening ev nin < Van Houten went 4nt to the j
district attorney with what he consid considerred I Iered iated
erred incriminating < evidence againstZoung against againstToung aalnllttroaD
troaD Toung < and Mrs Van Houten and andwished andwished
wished a warrant Issued for their ar arI arr
I rest r He was 8 told by b the district attor attorWILL attorwliL I IWILL I
k Special 8PH1 n to The HeraldWashlnarton HeraldWashington Herald HeraldWashington
Washington D C DeC 27 2iAt At the per personal
I sonal nal request r uest of President Rooeeveit RO Rcoee ett lt CJif ll 6
ford Phicbot and F H Newell of the theubttc thfPIIIIIc theWbik
PIIIIIc ubttc land coawussion will attend con f
t I ventloos of the National Livestock Llvwtoekand conI and
i National Wool Growers laasodatioas associfetkws u tlo1aa to toI
I be lot held Id In Portland Ore Jan n to IS
t It is I the presidents wish l h that Messrs i
i PInchot P hot and Newell obtain all the ln Intol IntoltnlIon intorcbatton or t
j nation possible from discussions of tar torI tarstry I Iistry
istry irrigation and pubic prb ic land quos quesi quosUoas
I I i uoas which Wl C8 will come before the con conj I
WIDtlonfJ and M participated In br dele deleatat
j gatoii tea from western atat states La Land Conunn Conunnr
r Richards president of tb tbon tJton the theon <
on in I finable > to attend the con o
by b reason n 011 of pressure pr ure of duties dutl m
Ws department d pkrtment pkrtmento
0 >
new that the evidence evid was not sue sufficient sufficientand umetentaBel event eventand
and left that official with the threat threatthat threatthat threatthat
that he intended to take the law intohis into intohis IntoIsla
his own hands This evening he went wentto
to Toungc youn saloon loon and shot Young
Two bystanders endeavored > to grasp
the gun in the short interval of time timeafter timeafter timeafter
after he entered the saloon and the thefiring thefinng thefiring
firing of the fatal shot They did how however ho hoev however ¬
ever ev r wrest the gun from the mans manshand manshand manshand
hand afterward and with it one of ofthem ofth ofthem
them th m shot at Van Houten as ass he broke brokeaway brokea brokeaway
away a ay and ran through the door doorVan doorVan doorVan
Van H Houtn out en ha has not been seen since sincethe sincethe i ithe
the shooting shooth although the police feel feelconfident fEf1conftdent feelconfident
confident that he will be apprehended
before morning Young Y01Q1gM was taken to tothe tott tothe
the tt hcssital and died there shortly shotlyafter shortlyafter aho y yafter
after 11 oclock tonight tonightMEXICAN tonightMEXICAN tonightMEXICAN
Mexico City J DeeWiti > 27 7 With ref rtto rerce rerceto erceto
to the extraflitijn of r Kr K Kratz ra tz z v vho > o is iswanted isanted iswanted
wanted in Mi + ouri on bovllc b Jlc cn j1rg ieargct ieargctthe vjf s sthe
the Mexican iiteai Cn as derail aI1 says saysTo saysTo aysTe
Te To Judge by th the exnsrinca fxpl ri nc of it oflur ofluralleged oth r ralleged
alleged boodlera boocIl 1 in I St t I Louis ouis u who even evenafter Ovfn Ovfnafter evenafter
after convictoa have not n no been n Impris Imprisoned Imrisoned 1nrrisoned ¬
oned Kratz ha hato no l wry r seriouf orU or ordeal al l
before him and when whe his hi case u hasrcen hasrcenadjudicated hu been rpnatljudicated beenadjudicated
adjudicated ho h rn JnlV iv v rriurn r 111 i > AI 111 111TH I4ietic I4ieticfri C Cfrfe > >
fri frfe TH e from the anxv anx aivl menial menialstrain nln mensalstrtfte I1 I1str
strain lft under which L La c i liv li s i t rte
he bfflr first t carne here anU an may devote de ote
himself wflb wl fb h greater energy to his
business httereatsin the state of Ja ¬
co 5 55 S SI c
Red S Sitll fm auk Light Was Ovtind OvtindtecUwt Out and IDdAcciH andAccit
tecUwt t Ittvttibfe IttvttibfeTWENTYTWO Il luevit Vtt > fbt fbtTWENTYTWO W WTWENTYTWO
RAND RAPIDS Xfeh Dec 2T ThThe 31The <
GRAND 1 The death list tonight resulting rerulMingfrom resultingfrom NtI NtIflOm
from the tbebee4cm ibeadon collision betwee betweentwo betweetWct betweetwo
two Pere MarqueUs > railroad raQJoa4traiBs passenger passengertrains passengartraits
trains near But Paris last JutIItand evanta evantastand evmUng evmUngstands
stand twentytwo t 4rWo with t thirty thirtyeight thirtyeight t telpt
eight persons injured several severs TeN of ofprobably Ofprobably t > wrr wrrprobably
probably fatally fatallyThe v vThe
The Dead DeadMr DeaLIr DeadMr
Mr and Mrs I 1 J Jken BaldwinaGaBi BaldwinaGaBiken BaIoatMIL BaIoatMILkeD
ken Mich MichLouis KlchLoutll MichLouis
Louis Baldwin Ba1cI their son auL1wter sonLester sfuBI sfuBILester
Lester WOttajua Lansing Iaastuglwetk IaastuglwetkMrs MMhv MMhvMrs 1IIIiItXM
Mrs Daisy Giles Lowell LowellBurt Mich MichHurt
Burt Myers Orandvllle or Lafta Lst < s Odessa Od Odessa 011 011eu ¬
essa Mich MichWalter KlcltWalter MichWalter
Walter Jordan Grand RawdJeph Rapids RapidsJoseph Ra RaJoeeph
Joseph Hahn H csiored and Wljlllin WljlllinOnt WIdlnScOatos r rt rAUlltfD
Oatos OatosAustin
Ont t
Austin I L W Wtroit Wtrott lksggapsnltrr lksggapsnltrrtroi
troit trottC t tCharist
harks C A A JStoddard J > Detnrft Detnrftneer Detnemoer
veer No NoCharles NoCharletl i iCharles 4
Charles A A Devise Grand Ra Raj RajWilliam KaI > rlfilM rlfilMWilliam
William Helnrrich Heh mdch Detroituses Detroit baggage baggageman ¬
111111F man usesF
F MMich M Gillett Burr Oak or 01Mich Portland PortlandMteh WtItlrttdAllen
Mich MtehAlien MichAUen
Alien H Wells Big Rapids Rapt RaptJraDk RapidFrank Wcfek WcfekGeorge
Frank w IV WJ Wlereslgn 8III Grad GnGIdGeorae GradGeorge
George Palmer Detroit DetroitExpress DetroitExpreps rl 11 11Expre
Express agent No NoWilliam NoWiWam i iWilliam
William Smith Saran Saranac c MMn JIkIIIJIt 7a1id11i3 MMnJL
i3 JL F Coyfcsndall Coirh a fall L eeb ake O QSJMUM QSJMUMMieto oust oust7Yfieh
Mieto MietoA eb ebA
A A F May MayPeterson car epahww fsrstis fsrstisr fsrstisPeterson
Peterson for or TJu TJuCity l71s1npnp Jr JrCity enrt enrtCity
City la laOne IeOne IaOne
One unidendfted UDldm manTLa man manGerrett
T1M T1MGerrett I >
Gerrett M Mottman ttiDaDInternally GnkwfcslSjpnM GnkwfcslSjpnMInternally Gr GrInternally
Internally injured and hip crssftad csserhlattogs 1 f fcharles + pt pting
togs ingCharles Charles charles West Saranac SaranacExpre Micfer llllch fcsttt fcstttExpress t tExpress
Express s agent No Nobly I IWy 1bly
bly fatally injuredJohn injured injuredJohn IDjuredJohn
John Clark Pottsvitte Mkat4tiulli Mkat4tiullilegs Mtdtt Mtdttlegs eILlep
legs broken left hand torn off offJured otfJu ysh yshIt
It Jured Ju se4 about body and hips hipsMichael hlpaKJcIaaeIMaltInIrC hipsMMkhael >
Michael KJcIaaeIMaltInIrC Malttnrrg Hart Mien 1OcILh 1ichi heV heVI baeTly >
I h burned legs hands ban and andfractured breast breastfractured irsasffractured
fractured nose broken > seriously In InCharles IaClaarle IuCharlea
Charles T Chambers Ct Ionia 10mIDj Iouiainjured Miosv Miosvinjured
injured IDj about head face body Md7and h hoadi hoadiand J Jand
and legs fossFrank
Frank JeWateaRlAD Waterman Detroit DetroitNo enfjft enfjftNo IL ILNo
No I seriously injured about utface 3tilkd 3tilkdface he e eface
face lacerated and Internal InjurisJ l 1J Injuris ut1eJ
J C Woodworth Salem Mieh attdbjured Mr In Injured a aured ¬
jured ured about head and aracIbedy aracIbedyEdward body bodyEdward bodyEdward
Edward WeigeL Grand Rapids RaPdvctor con esadoctor conductor ¬
doctor No 5 Mt Wtllcltrokell lsgprokea lac broken and andtly 114Iy = hail hailly
ly injured about body NibR bodyR
R R Osy Yo neat b bbod breis Draftsman susa hind hindbody bead beadbody
body bod Y sjnl rtW rI rIj M iBouved laduaedt
j > Haxiriburem mini YGdtQO YGdtQOtl Yok T rtt City 1 1idea ncsa ncsaMarcus 0 0tt
tl t of the 1 H Marcus coawMsjrt coawMsjrtHeft c eclgtltsNr eclgtltsNrigtt l
Heft tt k leig fractured ure4 and ii4red indteredt8hbumerlr I s t tiftouKier t8fl6wI8e
iftouKier t v k rJf rJfR Ji JiE y yR
R B Moon XOOD Grand Orantr Rapids Ra RaNO5 RapidsNo snihtfaw snihtfawNo
No NO5 5 injured about head headIn ad allydMrs nwayi
Mrs H Kent Grand RapMhi Rap Bapinternally Rapinternally tnnre4 tnnre4I
internally internallyC
C N Botafiord Farmingten Farmin 10 10mall Kick MlcKmail Kickmall
mall clerk No I badly cut about thehead the thehead tIMhead
headMrs head headMrs headMn
Mrs H O Gray Grand RapMsn a aly ha haly bad badly
ly bruised about head and hjpn hjpnH hilaH bipaH
H O Branch SunfleM ftlieh JaeILInjured badty badtyinjured btyinjured
injured about head beadGeor and andGeorge andGeorge
George Geor < e F Crammond Crammondinjured CramJIIOIIdONaI CramJIIOIIdONaIInjuld 1RarAiM 1RarAiMinjured
injured about bead andlag UCTelrbone and t antf xMbone csTOr csTOrbone
bone broken brokenAndrew wokenAadlew brokenAndrew
Andrew Sprague 8pnueAJIe AUegan AUeganab nabout ig tMied tMiedabout
about ab ut head headClaud headClaud headClaud
Claud Brown Grand ku4broken Banfds Banfdsbroken kg kgbroken
brokenHoward brokenHoward broken brokenHoward
Howard Minor Grand GftI Rojiids Isftf tadNarm i iarm iarm
arm broken brokenW brelaW
W J Barber Muskegon Ji r rjureclbout Mten in inJured holured
lured jureclbout about head and aRev andtees andteesRev taea 1 1Rev
Rev James Humphreyk pastor tTtfee 1IIIIeChurch tTtfeeChurch the theChurch
Church of Christ Lanolng bn > < Hjr rat entabout etItl etItlabout a aabout
about face faceTimothy faceTimothy i iTimothy +
Timothy Qualey Grand Rapttg sew neriously i ifously I Ilously
iously injured JIIjredJ about back bndcJ
J T t Gould Grand RanMs badlrcwt badlrcwtabout 1errtabout t tabout
about hands haD and shoulders shouldersJohn ataouWlenJohn shouldersJohn
John Ross R08tILtmsbac1DJaIoe4 R08tILtmsbac1DJaIoe4Jep Lansing injured about sbsntlegs aboutlegs
legs and arms armsHenry armLHeD17 anteHenry
Henry T Boles Sol Grand Sapid Mr Mrbadly slatbadly
badly injuredAda Injured InjuredAda IDjuredAda
Ada Keller Clarfcwflle Mtaskf Mick J h hIe leakleg Ct Ctleg
leg injured injuredJ
J Mtachick Poswder PoI1IderkDOWft Pokw + der addcaw addcawknown aka akakzmwn
known knownW
W E E Bogers Muskevonv y Mltsh Mltshbrakeman U Ubrakeman
brakeman brakemanT brakemanT
T H Gorsenmler Lsnstiia T Ii4scabinetmaker Minh Minhcabinetmaker
cabinetmaker cabinetmakerThomas cabinetmakerThomas
Thomas Draper per DatiMk rmttom Diat > Mlcfa Mlcfasmith J dL1i dL1iamlt11 IOldtsemitiL
smith emitiLRichard smithRichard amlt11Richard >
Richard Doatltett Grand Ra 1taIII I1LADdw Rada RadaAndrew ids idsAndrew
Andrew Getto C ie Mnstwsjoa MlrJL MlrJLMilton MkbMilton
Milton S Crowel Grand GIIIdI Rapids RapidsJ
J W Moore Detroit DetroitM S
M Meche foreigner foreignerknown reildeslieo r = lt Jj Jjknown 1dh 1dhknown ±
known iWind i iWind I
Wind Cawed Ca tits Ae AeThe Aerfgsafc AerfgsafcThe 111
The wreck is eiutrged eIIa to flw GIewind nigh nighwind blgttwind
wind which extinguished the red rednal r rnal
nal light in the order board at atCords atCords atCords
Cords station where the thetrain westbound westboundtrain westbstietrain
train was IUII expected to stop and rec readltleorders tftorde ieol ieolorders
orders orde Two minutes befoc the train trainrushed traJaroehfd trafstrushed
rushed by McCords acmra station the light Mghtwas tWJUI lightwps
was burning says the operator there therebut therebut
but in that brlet interval the blizzard bUszardthat bUaardthat blizzardthat
that was raging rqi extinguished It and andtrain 8DdtraID andtrain
train No o d flashed ft by the station to tocrash teeraab tocrash
crash into eastbound train No NoEast S Il llltrEast oastEast
East Paris The trains which whichtwo whichtwo were weretwo
two of the fines ftnEst on the system systemreduced systemrfduced were werereduced
reduced to a promiscuous pro ua pile of ofand broksjn broksjnand brskesand
and twisted twt ted timber and metaldead metal with withdead i idead
dead and injured people pinned pinnedRnd dowx dowxand iowpland
and cruahe by the fragments fragm nts of oft1ae oft1aeheavy < the theheavy theheavy
heavy cars carsFive earsFive n nFive
Five cars an two large lo 1HGm 1HGmere locomeah locomeahwere Hnoftv s swere
were ere Jammed into in to a sp spaE spa > e ordi nrdioccupied ordioccupied
occupied by throe coaches abel ahdwreckage ah rdtr d t
wreckage was as strewn across the theroad theroad
road right of way from fence to teCollision toCollision tlsE tlsECollision
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whizzed hizzpl1bv < lby by McKvra Met s station instead of ofstopping oftltoppin ofstopping
stopping the frightened operator no notified notitled ¬
titled the dispatoher dJ pathl1 then found that thathi thathi thathis
his hi rl signal light had been hef nextln nextlnI extln extinguisited extlnsuished
I suished guif led He repaired r4 rep > O red this fact and andi
i thfu there was bu < ne n action a tin to take takeTo takei takeThe
i To The collision < was wa iiivitable iiivitableThe iiir vitable vitableThe
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ical aid and gave aP < S lers to hId the thetrain th thtrain thetrain >
train over the > Susrii Ilgilw + w branch at t the thestation theatatlon thestation
station and get t i it Ji wrecking outfit outfitunder OQtfltI eutfltunder
I under steam They than t II waited for the theI theword
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j There was n no > liu llaee itiee ce of the f fi run runI ru n nring
1 ling trains to ti s S < e tach other oth iiiBUgil hmJcbth rottghthe iiiBUgilthe
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blow 1 n1 d < ijvr n and in a few minutes word wordcame wordcame wordcame
came from the conductor of N that thatj t1l4ttley thatthey
j + they had crashed together ani u i that thatthere thatItbere thatthere
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toe gear a front from the boiler and standing standingthe
the latter on end like Uk x broken twisted twistedI twhltcdContlnu twistedtContinued
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