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i xv1IoN CTI N ONE TH1jSAJL rrjj AjJT LAKE L HERALD HERApJ aLcIAy T > Ar JANUARY 24 24 1104 ff 3
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AlMOST 4OO 4000t O Ot ONeatum
t N Neatum Sum Raised RaisedFol For ForFamjIies Familis Familisf FamilifsbfD
4 bfD of f Dead ad Street S re tCft Car Men MenPUBLIC ManPUBLIC MonPUBLIC
AUZBS ALIZ S OVEB 1000 1000Aimon lOOOlmolt OOO
4 4mot +
Aimon lmolt mot 4000 4OOOhai 4000 has been I raised by the therfUens ttJet theiZfls
rfUens t izns of Salt I lake ike City and tile tiicuaidp tileuald ticuard
uaidp at the roal 00 oa1 mine in Carbon Carbonunty CarbonI arbonunt
I unty unt for the benefit lwn fit of o the wives ani anihilflren an 1 1hiJdrfl1 1 1h1Irej
hilflren of Amasa Anla a L Gleasv > ij an1 an1TliiKis a11Tjf1JS a1L
TliiKis Ii d L Brighton B1iI ll l1 the two street streeturnen otIT titirni t tHaw
urnen Haw who were u n killed kill d by J J1 M 9hock 9hockv 8hodhil hxkV
v bile hil in the act of attempting atteniVirgi1 to toM toi
M i hm > h m up Before the community communityIMJ communnyl
IMJ l ad fully recovered rero f 1ed from th shook > t turrible ri
i < urrible dftri d fl philarthropically w wcMnd l1Fople fliC
cMnd C jKople r ople trued t lnd their attention ath ntlon to tov toII
v MI II r I affording the th families famiUel of the cle deed deedn e < s d < l lr
r 111 n substantial relief reliefttithin r rIiefVithIn lier lierYilhln
ttithin tafethan I than twelve h burs urs after aftert1
t1 t footing h otlng Th < Herald had started a ai aI
i ii af i > f fund Manager G Gurloy r1 of t the thetheatre > e eVniiUf
VniiUf 11111 theatre offered to give a benefit benefitt
t 1 flu th two families The street ear earr ar
r ii civptcd l pt6d the th offer of er Tickets TkktC iur iurr
r < ii i f 11 i free rr of harge by b a priMing es establishment e etfblIhfllPflt ¬
tablishment 1 w were re placed in Inl the 1h h hands handsr h1ndJ
J t r the th street carmen and almost almft t fOGO fOGOof 2OOiheni Oft Oftor
of them were disposed rlitlpo5 of at 2a 5 cenis ceniseiMh ceniseeh nis niseEl
eiMh eEl h The benefit wa WM a success SU auece CHF more morethuu morethJJ morethnj
thuu 500 > 00 being nc realized Sn Stn n pt ptfcnnancep pfI pet
fcnnancep t I inane were found necessary to at atcttitiniodate a acfmnlOlat aennio1at
cttitiniodate the who wished wl bed to atlcrl atlcrlUnit athncltat att ri riUat
Unit Uatp lay a
Other Benefits Given GivenThin GivenTlwn G1venThn
Thin came camet3u thi offer of Manager ana r Mel Mellei MelleI Metiei
lei leI of the th fair f r grounds skating rirk He Hevolunteered B Hovit1untpred I IT1foluntftred
volunteered to t turn over to the two twoftmilitE twofr twoft
ftmilitE fr mil every cent he took in on a acertain acrTttin
certain 11 uin date diit To T attract as a a large a acvtv ad ad
d cvtv < i as d > pesslble > special skating tea teatiiifr f featflN a at1
tiiifr t1 tflN wen arranged arrangedAi alTFgedAi9Ut
Ai Ai9Ut I ut that tIm private cash dona donatli donathr donatIi
tli wr vero sent to The Tt Herald for tae taeb tilebnfit taeb
b bnfit m iitjt fii of the tvo widows and their theirchildren thttrdlirirtn theLrlit1drn
children and a apuhlic public subscription was wasjrartfr w wdrtd wa waart1
jrartfr drtd which up to t yesterday it itistind l lI t1inc1 I
istind I ind the digniflfl proportions uf over OYCJJJN overThe
JJN S The T last contribution anvruntisg anvruntisgtf ananti3r I
r tf ttlH < I1i i came from fr nt th guards at the themines h
c 1 mines in Carbon county countyT COUntYL ount ountTh I
T Th r Viioflt hi1f > flt at the Salt a1t lt Lake theatre theatreFridiy t theartFdy 1N1UtFndy
L Fridiy night came next n xt It n plld 1 ied iedliM ed t tIi I IIi
liM Ii q over SlWO il A P Arnold jr jrc1 J Jc jrciiTnan
c1 c ciiTnan + Airmail of th thf etmmitiee whi whii1 h had hadvl hadd hadii
vl iirs ilr ri < of f the t affair a < dir rnacie rna < e a report Je > O t yejs yejst yes yesThe es esThe
t < iay The expenses eXtwn 5 were about aboutH aiJoutH aooutfl >
H w > hts to t publicly 1 pu ublld ohly thank all who whoui wb wbVi
< ui tributed their service or helped iael9Cjot I Iotn
otn ot wise i ie to make the affair the th > finati finaticii thnicii na1l na1ld
cii d fnifess itproved it proved to be Manager ManagerIM ManagerP r nalr nalrP
IM P r donated the Ttheatre Miragtr MiragtrinifbrJl Mar Iuagatlllplwll agr agriiiilll
inifbrJl of the light company eompa put his hlaK hl hlK hisI
I K on the light bill and tr tN < rIto rItoui rl rlUI Ib Ibu1
ui IrinJng company forgot to serO serOin S no non Q Qhi
in n ii 1 bill for popt po poattrs poattrst tr trPolice rf rfPolice
t Police Sold Most Tickets Ticketsih Ticketsuhcr
ih t u uhrfo tursand HflI lin oh 0 othr h r employes pmp mpoyee oeFo of f th thT thr thII
II T r d lire 1 n includiPs in IY4tf the Mage ban bard is n ninto ntefi ftt
tefi t t into the spirit of the occasion O in an1 an1v an anY
v 14 I J onWusaii om t1 dln for N their t Jfr r vie vieT VlCT lc I
T ijmiit 1inc lit aas 81J 8 given gio > n jiMer the thefiM tb t tp
p fiM > i tupTvision < UpI tf of the following foUoilri o tm > m mnltp I IJBirte
1 JBirte JBirteA
fltitep A I P Arnold jr chairman M MKlrL W WKiri WKtrl
Kiri soretar > and an treasurer J 1 1l K nMhf I
l 34 Mhf h < rv Astotaiu As tant Fire Chief Charles Charlesj s
11 1 TVood Sergeant of Police P 1ice Roberts RobertsPiitilman RobertsPtiIman
Piitilman 1 t 1 timan Jam Janns = s Williams miamI Deputy DeputyShi DeputSheriffs DeputyhrilYs
j Shi Sheriffs riffs Axel Ste SttfI le and William Ed Edwardss Edurd EdWgrct
wardss urd Mesarp M te4 tj Iligby lU b Frazier rraz jtr and andVemeant andNil Bnd41ylr
Nil 41ylr l 01 U pst patofflce patofflceI mce mceeant
Vemeant I eant Robots t sold the largest largestnumber largest1Itnt1hfr argesti
i number of tickets turning in 230 30 The Thepolk Thepelin ThepiU
polk department dispowd di > p of 32650 32650trrtti 25I 25Iworth
worth of them while the firemen turned turnedIn
In 51v 51vTlv 111Th
InTh Th Tlv fund as it n nw w < stands will prob probafcly probatly probJ
J atly be h inrreaaed a few hundred dol dollar dolJ dolIa3 ¬
lar J Ia3 J l llY a theatrical performance < f to be beRhrn bef beliv
Rhrn f n by the th etranded members of o the theHH tbeH theBiI1
HH H > Bill company asieted by Jocal Jocaltalent IOCMItaJpnl ociltanT
talent with tr tll Elks and society societyivt societyvrnt iely ielyvt
ivt vt vrnt rn 11l1 < > n as S a boosting boott jng power A certain certainperientage lt Certailierntage > rtain rtainIerCl
perientage IerCl l lagf > of f the receipts Tt < eipts are to betUtn beI be betmnel
tmnel tUtn l over to the wives of the two twotevl twodEop twodel
del I street t nd car men menFamilies menYamilies ntenfamilies
I Families to Get the Rewards KewardsTh Rewardsrlwl RewardsThii
Th rlwl < f c i il > > no recvrd or the philanthro philanthropy ¬
py J dhJWn < llspensPd tsrwns > d by b people JM > who romem romemb rr mmcmbE > mem membE
b bE re < l th t h two t 0 families f4lm ilifS in aquiet way wayl wyl3
l It l3 j sending nding theiii th lti money mone clothes and
otilI t 11
Added dtled to tno thoM are ar the 52006 2 offered offeredby orrer offeredI
f I by b the t j C street car foirinany Ompafl state att coun county counO countt ¬
tt ty U and city tY for the apprehension of the themurdeipr themurdIPr
1 murdeipr murk r Although Percy Prothero Protherola
la mtitld iititl i to mOst of it he and andotherc others otherswh othersw1i
wh 1 iiave ia a claim to the 22Q8 2200 have haveigrcd baeIgnd haveIgrt
igrcd Igrt 1 10 1 turn It over to t the two fami familiet tamlI
I PeP I Vrrtheio retaining only the lheotJpfd 200 200offered oo ooofftd
offered by Mayor ayor li J P Morris MorrisT orria orriaTi
T Ti > a fund fun l was raised lai d in the following followingmiimi followincm
miimi m ma malic jnJP jnJPREWa r rnevarls
nevarls REWa lic a i > I 2600 OO M MSair 0 0theatre
Sair 1 Lak theatre lh aae benefit neat net 1W9 00 00Tniiue 00TltiLU Oltheatre
Tniiue < theatre ttJ atre benefit t 614 25 25M Iifdkn 2 2Mtn
M fdkn Ik n skating skatingdbeueAt r beneAt 2 2C 2I 2IJal4 t5 t5Jak 15Ja
Jak Ja Jal4 lr rrfH roPnwsW > newsjkl teSre sold 14 2 26 26Thl 2iTtit 5 5Th
Th Ttit Herald B raid d aaHweriptions ptIoas o 10 10Total 10Total ioTotal
a GoYeriuneat Official Writae WrIt of Utah UtahLake UtahLake UteliI
I Lake Pr P18jeet P18jeetClir1I1 Prejeetver1ir jeet jeetTUMI
Clir1I1 < ver1ir TUMI Heber M Wells We yesterday yesterdayTf Ytstprday1oid
Tf 1oid ived a letter l > tterlrom from Professor F H HMl Hhead
> Ml 11 h head ad of f the arid land reclama reclamation n rtlamap damai11 ¬
p tion buieau of f the th Fnited Staus geo geolo gtoohjl geolct
lo lct ohjl ira al survey urw speaking well of toe toeU ti1cUUI t e eTJLji
U UUI lake lak resenoir nvir project The let lettei letlei lette
lei i i s follows followsI followsienvCr
II ienvCr I > enver > Colo 010 Jan 22 1904 19i 194My > My dear deargovernor dEarlTljr dearr
governor lTljr Our party pl ry had a veiy ety pleas pleaaarit pleasarl p1 p1art
art ieception I ppt it > n at irovo lrot o and we w met a alargt alag alarg
r lag number of irrigators n ators and citizens citixensat ititn ititnat
at The 1 h court t urt hoe A number of f bri brid bridstn brioftOtflttiitS f fstnt
stnt tOtflttiitS tmdt mtnts were made by the people > of ofI otlt ofLIth
I LIth I lt iii l ounty and questions asked The Thepen TheJfira1 Theal
pen Jfira1 ral al attitude of the th people was wa very veryfriiidly veryfrinelly veryfriully
friiidly and I was a agreeably urpned urpnedat urprJ urprJa
at a l the t th h broad view iev taken of the necessity necessityfor nelsitfor
for the ttl df vclopment lopmt > nt of Utah lake lak even eventhough evenibugli vpn1bugh
though lhi his might Injure some it li Jiviclual liYid1Jalf livkiiial
viclual in Utah tah county fountyor or r infringe upon uponre upontf uponrem
re j i liT > r fancied rights rightsT rightr
T v wish ish to express e ress to you ou my l appre appreciation apprelatil1 appreelation ¬
elation of not only O o1 I your 0121 hospitality and andthoughtful andfhnughlfulutStI andthcojghtfUliiess
thoughtful fhnughlfulutStI ness for our comfort and andpkaure andpiE andpk
pkaure piE a auro UI but even ef ev n morfr inor > than this for forthr fortbl iorhc
thr hc broad and patriotic manner in inTvh inW1 Inwi
Tvh > i < h the whole subject of reclamation reclamationI
Is I being considered oll ldertd by the officials and andjMl andpIt andpc
jMl pc pIt > le of Utah tah The outlook for the fu futu futU u utu
tu i < very eTY encouraging and with the thefriendly thefrtil1Iy thefrIatUy
friendly optimiMie feeling reElIn prevailing prevailingon
on all side id I think the difficulties can canhp < an anen j
be overcome vc en ri nine in tho th near future futureAll futulPAll futureAll
All of f the party Join j in with me in ex exprssions exrl expr
prssions pr rl lnns us of it pleasure plE i ure at our visit vl 1t to toSalt toSalt tonalt
Salt Lake and Provo Very truly yours yoursSigned younjglleJ yotarsllglie1
Chief EngineerPERSONAL EngineerBRSONAL Engineer EngineerPEBS02TAL
JT Ella Duncan loft last t wvk d k for forhi forto fnrCblar
Cblar hi < 3S to finish rinl n br < r course rou i iqtflidiet > he heithjdiEt h hIfthd
Ifthd ithjdiEt t missionary training trainb school schoolf Kboo1hi schoolJdr
hi f re reMr rlM
Mr M F A liimt lnt arid Miss Mi Minu are areurt re reU reat
urt U > I at the th Kmtsfird en rou routp rout < to Cali Caliornin CdlIfrjria
1 ornin They Th Iii rnd a couple of ofk 01wk
wk 0 < k her herM hfff heretis
M 11 tis > = Mabel Gei Ge entertained 1 at cartih cartihJt anit anit1att ardtvt
1att Jt Thur Thund Jiiursday J i > enin prizes prl ping > won wony wonb 1 1b
b y Mi M > s Lulu BUdi Bu ikU aui ud Hcb a Uebcr r Iisi Iisir Eun11T Laokmir
n11T mir r The Th rooms rou were very prettily p 4 der derr c cf
r oj ii with roses r s and carnations A very veryj very7i fn fnri
ri j gramme gr nme was as render both vocal vocali vcx l
81 i ii smirmntnl Arthur H Bid late latei afr
f i tin in Ireland rendered rtnder Ih < vmai vmaiH ii iiItv 1
> H Hi > Ijt < itv whkh hkh w s irr rhtl rhtlf rattI itlv
f d 1 b h ihu t O > prc IT nl All fl lli 1110 I t jlfq jlfqfit ir irr > rj
fit I r IIJ c 1 1ck no
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Commercial Club Resolutions ResolutionsFavor ResolutionsFavor ResolutionsFavor
Favor San SanJedro Pedro Project ProjectAPPROPRIATION ProjectPPRDPRIATION
if iff ifTJOJAE
t f
Copies Co of tif tl resolutions passed by bythe bythe bythe
the board rd of seWraors rorso onof of the Commer Commercial Commetcial Commercial ¬
cial dub coneej coneamaifig tmg the improvement improvementof jmptovt nt ntor
of the loner harbor r at San Pedro Pe ro were wereyesterday wereyeeUtday wereyesterday
yesterday mailed < to Sea Senators Thomas ThomasKearas ThomasI ThomasKns
Kearas and a Ree Reetl Smoot noot end Congress Congressman C CmaD Congefcman ¬
I man Joseph Jo Howeli at Washington A Acopy Aop Acopy
copy op was aIJ9 a aI settt t to the th Los Angeles Angeleschamber AngelesI Angeleschamber
chamber > r of commerce CO and one each to tothe totbe tothe
I the other members of f the rommittee committeeappointed rommitteeJIPOin rommitteeailpointed
appointed JIPOin d by b the th boar to lobby at die tiienational dienatioDt thenatMnal
national capital for an extra > appro appropriation approto approprlalun ¬
priation to complete the work workTh workThe orlt orltn
Th The resolutions Jesol give f the scheme 1 bemptbe bemptbettillleM the thefullest theof
fullest euoni endorsement emw of the Commercial Commercialcittb Commenlalcl1 Commercialclub
club cl1 b Dd nd urge e upon uponcon congress the tbeadm tbeadmability advis advisability dvlsability ¬
ability tf t makms the necessary S25e S25eapproiJrtatlOD 259900 259900appropriation 250000approrlatIon
appropriation which will be needed to tnmake tomake tomake
make the toner Dfl harbor rbor as complete as ascontinfplated asC01It ascontted
C01It continfplated ted The Los Angeles cham chamber chamber cbamber ¬
ber uf 0 eojninerce has aiaed bed a fund to tosupport toSUOpcWt tosupptwt
support a lobSy Iob in Washington to work worktor workfor I Itor
tor tbe measure and the members of oftbe ofthe j jtht
the Utah committee are expected to toand toand I Iand
and have been asked a ked to work in con conjunction COBj eecjqnetJec ¬
junction j tJ with the California C 1lforn1a city dele delegation dolegtioA delegation ¬
gation gationColonel gtioAColonel gationColonel
Colonel Edwin win F Holmes president presidentof prNidentofthe
of ofthe the Commercial club and State Bn Bngmeer Bnglneer n ngineer
gmeer A F Doremns Dor mnl Are the other othermembers othermemben othermembers
members of oItlM theUtah the Utah cominfttCBg eomhdt CothffllttPeK Mbe MbeIides be besides b bsides ¬
sides the congressional OO eDa1 representatives representativesand NpreeentatfJesami
and they are expected to pond sId sIderabte aanciderable Ssl Sslerable
erable time Um lit Washhyeton lalMpftng lalMpftngwith lit g gwith
with eenatoccand sena50f naters Dd congressmen e tijtglve tijtglveLos give giveLos
Los Angeles the 50G Idked ked frThe
25000t t fr er erThe > f fThe
The reeofotiooe re paiM pase1y hy 1tYU 1tYUof the ttbfld ttbfldof qard qardI
I of governors of the Commercial cnanerql club clubare tub tubare b
are as follows followsHarbflr1 foUoASHar followsHarborScheme
Harbflr1 Har HarborScheme Scheme S heme Pully Full Endorsed EndorsedWh Bri B drsecL drsecLWhareaa 9ITS d
Whr Whareaa Wh reag The fbe Coraaiareial Contm eU claiL cl as the theTepres theT therCpresetaUve
Tepres T PrelntaUn tatJvc of the bwtfiuees mt4pbeas I teieresU teieresUof f USalt
of Salt Lake City Clt and thewate the ate of o Utah Utahrecognizes Vthrecognizes
recognizes reco niz the fact that when tne San SailPedro SanPedro
Pedro Ix Los > s Angeles An IEII k Salt L Lake > ake railroad railroadI
is i completed as it probably will be with within wUIin within
in the current urr > nt year e the th harbor at San SanPrdro Senpfdro SanPedro
Pedro will iII become by reason of short shortened Jaortf shortcncd ¬
ened f nt d mileage and reduced grades gra oe cs the theitearest theMare theilcarest
itearest Mare t and most accessible Pacific coast coastport coatport resetport
port for I serving Jreliu the commercial Inter Interest Intercab jiereats ¬
est cab of said tai city and state and will neces necessarily neeeasarily neccasartiy ¬
sarily result rt < ult in a very urge lare volume vot of ofbusiness ofbualnE ofbusiness
business II passing throughSalt through Salt I 14 tilte City Cityby Cityby Cmtyby
by rail ra II destined for tbe nearest Pacific Pacificcoast PacifICcoatit Pacificcoast
coast port over ove a a great mileage J1n of 1 rail railroads raUroad railmad ¬
roads centering in our city and extend extending extehding d ding ¬
ing thence to the east north and aDdand sooth soothand southand
and andWhereas Whereas The Commercial Commer ial club chlbniHS recog recogni recogriiis
ni niHS s the further fact that the construc construction constructiou conatructiou ¬
tiou of the isthmian canal will be shortly shortlyentered abortlYentered ShortlYentered
entered upon and that when completed completedSaa completedSan completedSan
San Pedro harbor will 11I undoubtedly as assume as asSUllie assume ¬
sume srr great a additional importance e to this thteonUro thiscnttrc thISentire
entire region giOD on accountof a acoui ount of servhv servhvthe sent servIng as asth anthe
the th harbor hnrborfor for acconnHodating muc mucthe much of ofth ofthe
the th ommerce which will l come from east eastern eA8tIm eRtorn ¬
ern cities ti s to be passed through a Pacificoaff Pacific Pacificroast pacificoaet
roast pert p rt and transferred thence by rail railto rodlt
to t the cities citlesof of thte int inten inturmnosittalfl rtnoittttain coun country Pount u uthereby ¬
t try thereby th 1bY ratly eatl tl rwdoetog red stIng freight freightrates frelStrates freightrates
rates and charges Therefore re tee be1IAr R RHarbor ItBarbora
Harbor 1IAr a Paramount 1aram uht Issue tauRt luauResolved IssueReolvpd
Resolved Rt lfd That the continued improve improvenient mp ImproveInent I
nient toy the government of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates nlted nltedStatt
States of the th Inner harbor at San Pedro Pedroit
is it < of paramount panu l1nt interest tt6 i the state t of ofrtah qfrtab qiVtab
rtah ha lniommon n common with wit all other Inter Intermountala intermout Intermountain
mountain alD states statesucge 8tat 8tatReo1Ved statesReaOId
Reo1Ved further That we call upon and andUIe anduric
uric the senators representing re i epi eienUng Ua the state stateof tattof tte tteofttah
of ofttah T vtaji taIt in the rutted States St e senate and andthe andthe nd ndthe
the representative of th u tae of Ctah Ctahin Utahtn CtahIn
in the house of represetotftUes rEpre g es earp earnestly earnestlyand stly stlyaad I Iaad
aad tfUfeenUjr P nUJ tA tAWtrk V rk MriheVapproptla MriheVapproptlatton MThe apprepela apprepelation
tton Vf the g4vrBroenf ermeht aT the pres pencnt pencntsession it itsession t teMIon
session of congress of the balance Ja of the thetotal tiletotal thetotal
total sum um estimated by b the board of en enjrincers enIIneersof enginedriof
jrincers IIneersof of Ute United l States Statesas as necessary necessaryTor neeesearfor necessaryfor
for making ma1 1llt the inner harbor t at San SanPedro SenPedro SanPedro
Pedro an adequate port for the accommo accommodation accommodaUon aecomunlodetion ¬
dation of ail kinds of eeean esn commerce commerceincluding commercEinl commerceIncluding
including inl vessels large enough to carrYtraPacfk carry carrytransPacific carrytraiPacrnc
transPacific freight an arHI andThat < that the same samebe 5aHebe me mebe
be pot putn pitWtdey under Cr th thconthndn continuing contract sys system 8tstMII sysjoin ¬
tem so that the Ui improvement lmpron ment so urgently urgentlydc urgentlydesired
desired dc dred by b the commerce of the enttre enttreaoutaiMs fltit5eouth00trn Ure UreIIOUt
IIOUt eouth00trn aoutaiMs rn portion ortion of the t United tfnkedStates UnitedStates Unitedttes
States ttes Hwy y be ewtapleteg at the earliest earliestRes earliest4at earliestThett2ae
Res ive8 4at 4atfun furtVr fun r That Thett2ae tire secretary is ishereby ISheb Ishereby
heb hereby directed dlre < to send a copy of these tfceerocokttk theseromolctis fte1eIIOhtieDs
1eIIOhtieDs rocokttk ns to the senators and repr reprsentatme repre repreaenta repreeentaths
sentatme aenta in l lnongrsss conjEress n reg9 from this thI tate gjtateSigned tate8Iped gateSlne
President PresidentAttest IcIentt IcIentJOS PresidentAttest
Attest AttestJOS t
v TJoB Uon Army nD rnw salvage lv e department epar t wishes wisfteaM
M tb > rented real tBeWelltodo the eUtodo that then cast castoff catoft eastoft
oft cIOUt CI ctolbtat UII Wi 11 It be gladly gta ly seat for More Moreicadls loretor Moreicaib
icadls for ctothing are being received r elvCI at atthte attht atthis
this s 8aJIQIt ason from fr thepoor the poor than the Army ArmyStaff Arm ArmCIa Amnucap
CIa meld Phone USlX or send Po postal t81 to tof toStff
Staff f Captain Miller Wer K Franklin avenue avenueV avenueSTJtL avenueWMcGFbLLow
condition of Charles Stringfellow Strf ellow who whofell whoItll whofell
fell down an elevator shaft in the Con Consolidated Consolidated ConeoUdated ¬
solidated Wagon on Machine companys companysestablishment companyseatabu companysestablishment
eatabu establishment nt on South State street earl earlrb earlyThursday early earlyThursday
Thursday rb a morning IDOI nin < was as reported last lastevening lalltto lastevening
evening to bemu be much h improved His attend attending attenciIn attendlug ¬
lug < pkTystoiJMBi y are re quite te confident now nowthat nowt nowthat
that t th tile young t matt J an R will fully recover recoverfrom tOverfrom recovertrout
from hw h injuries injuriesSOCIALIST DJut1e8S ajurlcsSUClALI
SOCIALIST S SUClALI IALIST MJ5BTMTO The Socialist Socialistmeeting Sociallmeetin Socialistmeeting
meeting meetin tonight mt t Harmony bail II will bt btaddressed Ikadmssfd beaddressed
addressed by Joseph Jo Gilbert who will willspeak wUipek willapeak
speak on KiimMings of the Revolu Revolution R Brvoltiitt VOhi VOhiHIIL ¬
tion Mr r Gilbert has just returned returnedfrom returuedfro returnedfrom
from fro lecturing < in the eastern counti countian4 counties countieeland countiesan4
an4 start arts this week for a lour of the thenorthern theioflbern
northern counties lIe is a a forceful and andinteresting andintrtHttng endinteresting
interesting < speajjer pe er and one tot the beet beetinformed beetinformed t I Iinformd
informed men tm11 klth t movertkeitt JD CIIAf L Louis IxralsBrodie Lou LouisBrodie Is
Brodie will ren re retgecaj r tr vecaj s aeIt1ons aeIt1onsAItRESTED le tiona tionaJohn I
John Mortea7fldOii oIte1 JIModOli tV Pek c JohnJi JObnFGfir J0hnjFree J0hnjFreeGeorge e eGeorne
George Gfir c Jon Jones i > Knk Fftuk1JflbenB Herbert and Banfel BanfelKeov IaDleIK80 anicl aniclKoov
Keov K80 boys b y < about W v years en oMwere oW wOre ar afr arrt i irt6fel
r rt6fel rt ejI < 5wterday esterday 1tfrda afternoon for treating treatingt lrea treatingeverybody ug
t everybody very body who passed through throu b the temple templegrounds tElll templegroends 1c 1cgrounds I
grounds to winter apples Several Severalcone Severalcomplaints I
cone complaints plain tc were made to > the desk er ergnt sergeant er erg
gnt g ant Aftvc f t receivtug recehi g tt good lecture lettarefrom It lecturefrom tt > re
from him thf 1h ttoys s were released prorate promising proratelog ¬ i
ing they woul WOU WoUld < j never throw snowballs snowballsagain nowbsll5again
again againWILL agamWIIL againWliL
WILL MINE FOR 1 OR OPVI OPLSThe S The off officers Offtfen offcrc ¬
fen crc of the I emhi Opal Mining company1et company companymet I Inet
met yesterday y morning and formulated dol a aplait t tplan
plan for operating their opal deposits dppo 1ts in inI InJIDhi InLomb
I emhi Lomb county count Idaho and ratified the theactions theactions theactions
actions of their agent while hlle in the east eastin eastin > a8tin
in connection IfOnn ftfon with the th finances finan of the thecompany thecompany
company olDpan Th The members rs prestrif wf wfJudg1 W warsJudg r rrudg I
Judg1 Thomas Marioneaux prertd prettldfnt prettldfntH nt A AH
H Birrell secretary tar and treasurer treasurerMayor treasurecMayor
Mayor 01 Sam AI A k King anti < Jo n A Brown Browntn I Brownth nn nnth j
tn th two latter of Provo who are di director direocton dlrectors ¬
rector rectorSTOLE rectorsSTOLE I
STOLE AN OVERCOAT OVERCOTWUUam William Lee Leeyesterday Leeeet Leeyesterday
yesterday eet rdaY pleaded guilty to the th charge chargeof
of petty larceny lar n and was al sentenced to tofifty l lnft tofifty
fifty nft days dats in tbe city ct jail by Judge Chm ChmB hr1i hr1iDlph
B Diohl He visited idted the Naxurenc azureqc mis misttfon misdon
ttfon don 100 Friday Fida evening 1f and after services servicesleft se seleft serviceeleft
left the church la a hurry Jaw James Hate Hfa1un Hatelun Heaolunj
lunj 1un missod d his overcoat and p ft1SPfcted ft1SPfctedIM isp cted ctedLee
Lee Le of taking t aki it He called d at the t pollrtJ pollrtJstation pol polstalinn polltestaton
station and gave a description 41 ptloD of the man manOfttfr mailOftir I
Ofttfr o Iti fr < Litktr L Ltr Apprehended Ix l Lee t > going golnsinto grnnbinto goingInto
into a saloon on n Commercial street He Hewa ReWa I Iwa
wa wearing the COlt at the time timeDEKP timeDEFfoTnE timeDgFEtTIVE
The contents e n of the servant room in inlife inI
life 1 he reside reeldesee nee of Attorney J T M Hamilton Himilton2t
24 22 2t South TaD Eaet aEt street were ere i hear Iratd heart4csLIy > rac racU
U t4csLIy 1ly < < Ily d 4est destroyed trtw d by b tare ire last evening tte ttebtase UchPs j jbtaR
btase hPs evidently having been started by b a aOefeotiv ad atiefective I
Oefeotiv d rttJve fhie Little > damage was dom domto donto donoto >
to the wrodwork in the hall The h houtf houtfwas houtwa houiwa >
was wa < tilled 1I d with Jmoke and some of the tholow th thwtl thewter
wtl > r dr1rlXd tffrongh troimgh Into mu t the hi rrrfm Ih Ihiow beLow
low The flames n mej > Were vere v < e cKttajrutslted thurut by bythe 1 1the bythe >
the hun tiiuntes nBV > tp i of the house 00114 assisted ttd shy shyseveral hy hyraverel y I Ird
several rd visitors with Uh buckets of water waterLEAP Wa ttI Ci CiLCM
LEAP LEA P YEAR FAIR t AIRA A lap year fair is isplanned Isplannf41 isplanned
planned by h itizenv hf f the th Fifth warn varrtto warnIQ wardt
to t be hld for four nights beginning Fel FelJ FeI I IIt
J I It will b 1 0 > given jZ en in the ward meeting mtet i ng
boijv hlu the > pro prlOf preedm < f ptift rjt to b bi used for inr inrjroviugthe I Irrol Ilroviig
jroviugthe rrol lroviig g l tiec K oiiltlUig ulii Aatong Ut Uttures t3tc tea tealures I ItUIfa
lures will m be the election Ll of a carnival carnivalking oarnivalkt carnIvalking
king kt It has been the custom < to crown crowna
a a queen b hut it thie oeing Ing leap year ear It will willbe wiltbe wIhtbe
be reversed Vuting ting for the th king be beKlrs b beglis
Klrs 11 sM Monday da Bsllot OOXKF in Intalll inVtaIl = tall l In Inthp inthf inthe I
the variw ann s = ttr tra s s > of in t the warl ar t 10 > l lis b lf >
is 1 Mi 1 There Tnt f ntre will HI i he t w a i rontlnmns 1tt flhi 4 aii alllI j jcia i
I plrfln cia 4 vr vrI 4Jli 4JliI
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f I I iNRT 1kRYSIQL SIEGEI ok of the th Sff Sfel el I Cloth dothing
H 11 Sag company of this thi thity thityButt 1ftty Ky and andButte nd ndButte
Butte Mont died dl d Friday Flm y jCfter jCfternooit itternooll mtfterflooR
flooR in New York ct City C of o a 8 compli complication complication coHontioti ¬
cation of heart trouble < and Brights Brightsdisease BrightsdJsea Brightsdisease
disease dJsea rieat Death was not not atasther ti1tether un unexpected unexpected Unexpected ¬
expected as Mr Siegel had been ail ailing ailiag alllug ¬
lug for the pasttwo two pjonths pjonthsThe jpOltths jpOltthsThe pothsThe
The deceased haft hs e > ea eaith in hf Utah for forthe torthe forthe
the past twentyfl twenty v t yer During Durin I Ithat
that time he was as engaged epagedin ta ed in the cloth clothi clothIR clothlag
i IR lag S business and ± became well known knownhere knownhEreo knownhere
here He H was aa hermiT in J Bavaria sixty
three years yea ago TViien a young man manhe manhe manhe
he tame to the United States Stat and set settled sett1fd settied ¬
tied in Washington Wa btngto t D G E A short shorttime shorttime shorttune
time later he went we t to Nebraska City
Neb where wb re h he engaged 1 gaSed in business
TWELFTH TO TOGO GO FEB 20 20Unofficial 20U 20Unofficial
Unofficial U official Report as s to Plans PlansFor PlansFor Ians IansFor
For Regiment Comes From FromWashington FromVashingtooSailMarch FromWashingtonSailMarch
Washington VashingtooSailMarch Sail March 1 1Word 1Word 1Word
Word was recelve4 at Fort Jr t Donsia Donsiayesterday Douti1Iyesterday Douiasyesterday
yesterday that the Twelfth infantry infantrywould infantrywould infantrywou1d
would sail for the Philippines PhQjp lhe8 March 1 iThe 1The 1The
The message was wa a unofficial UQ ftclaI The order orderto onteto orderato
to this this effect eff t have banJ1M notyet tb been bee receivee receiveebut receiveUbut recolveebut
but It Is expected that tJtatt the regfanenf rftgbnenfwin rftgbnenfwinleae will artilleave willleave
leave Salt Lake about Feb Fe1JOrders FebOrders 20 20Orders
Orders were ere received some ne time ago agofor agofor agofor
for the regiment to prepare pnaparet to leave far farthe ftthe forthe
the Philippines in March At At hat ih t time tkneanother timeanotbeor timeanother
another regiment re lmentWftkI which returned from fromthe froanthe frontthe
the Orient before the Tsyetfth T tth was to tobe tobe tobe
be ordered to Panama S St tijciicthen etethen tben these theseplans theseplane
plans have been changed chaAgeClnnc1Jthc dnfl the other otherregiment > r
regiment r ment is being held In Oliitr appar apparently apparntly apparently ¬
ently in readiness lNi Je tebe e be Hot to t Ute tiiePhilippines thePhhhippine
Philippines The Theolllep office i amI fd men ot Otthe t tthe
the tb Twelfth Tw ltthbad had began io tote feel 8l t that per perhaps i ¬
haps they th y might mttrJrtbe be keftt in ttxb tiah a Ht Httle mtie lIttie
tie longer The word ord jroiterdpy came canieto cameto cameto
to most t of them us a dlMipiMintment dlMipiMintmentThe tJtmeJtt
The Twelfth saw w BOtIM some severe serv service ¬
ice in the Philippine and Wleers flflc and andmen andmQn
men n welcomed wel welc med the l chMftQf climate climateand c climateand nma e eand
and the rent r t made possioleby Ri the trans transve t trgnsfar D8 D8fer
far te Fort DOQBIaJ abutit b ut n year ana anaa aniit
a half age ro at then 844 re1UetIt reluetaitto I IIeave
to leave ve the pleasant flurcaiiiHllrtI flurcaiiiHllrt rtet qd1r1Ks and andthe I Itbe
I the associations at they hKVe 1taveforU1ed lavefurpi forrncd here hereI hereAs
I As A partial compeBsa Om compehiou ioife o however howeverthere loweverthere owevcr owevcrthere
there i is the increase pay fdr 1 foreign rforelgnserviceIO foreignservice foreignservicelO
service serviceIO 10 per cent Dt for U the theofficars e offfcers oflcers and andn
25 2 per cent for the men menaJad ftftd the lower lowercost lowercost I
cost of living livingThe UvingThe livingThe
The supposition is Ithat that tbRtthe the Twpitth Twpitthi T1p Twttitthwill tth
i will be stationed at t a new n ne t post near nearIloilo flearIloilo
Iloilo which bIC is said to be b dealrttble dealrttbleGUARD t1esf tIniIrbIeo ble
o 0 o i iGUARD
Soldiers and Police P o1ice Seeking Soe ng Two TTVOMissing1 Twoieaing i iMissing
Missing Men MenThe ten ten7be j jI I
7be police poU c were w re notified ot11led yesterday yesterdayafternoon ye yeeterdmyfternoon terduYI terduYIby
afternoon by the otficiels Om at Fort FortDougl4 FortDouglas
tk Douglas > uglas that a sentry ntry named Val VaisDoles ValDole VanDoles
Doles and William Fprcev a t jjrisoaerhad jjrisoaer prisomferhad JI JIbad
had headed toward town With a team teamof teamof
of mules on O n a buckboard Kind 11 nd it vra vrathought Vf waa waathought
thought that tbatthey they w were re tryfng to de desert di diSOFt Ip Ipeert ¬ 1
SOFt Van Doles was sent i to guard guardthe I Ithe Ithe
the prisoner while be cleaned out the themanhole themanhole j jmanbole
manhole in the sewer 15nq eh the res reservation reservation ¬ 1 1eration
ervation near Fifth South and Four Fourteenth Fourteeith ¬ i iteenth
teenth East but instead of doing the thework thework I IWork
work drove down Into the ib city at atbronkiiwk atlreitlciak
bronkiiwk 1rll kl h spcoii p1e Atjpyt QfJlt I ocjids ooJ o lck Ck Cer Cerjreant er ergeant r rfanl II II1rll
jreant fanl Roberts foun4 the we l WftI1t < Sfu tied up upon tipon p pon
on Fourth It Scuth snd nd Slate Statciti Statetrdettt JjtrfieU et he hetwo itePltiier II
two soldier lditT were seen en tieVefll veyal rnl tlnr Utfltn tiptee tipteeIn s sin
in raloon tOld resorts TaB rts on Commercial CommerciJilMr Commercialmlret
Mr fot mlret = ct t A detHcbment rlf hH h m rt of soldiers cam camdown ca camedown i iown
down own from nm HH fort and an l searched searchedthjougii st searchedthtniigii I I IthiUgh
thjougii th city until a late hour th thinorniii title titleinouiimg 8i 8imrnin
inorniii inouiimg but were unable 4 to > k Joua1 locale localethem > oai oaithem
them The officials thlnir tblz9ttItat that fnvll fnvllprobability fn 11 11probability IIprobability
probability they have deserted sertei and au1left andleft i ileft
left town William Force the he haprlson prisoner prisonerhas prlsouerlitS y i iLas
has Irvcfl ishteen jghte n months monthsot of n i two twoy twoYiat
y Yhir < ar Rntni iitnt on the charge of tnutinv tnutinvVan muttorri I Ian
Van an ri Iv loL > ls is i u I new 1f > recmit about aboutcar 20 20ar 0 0far
car far < ar > od ii i dj ii i sij IJJ > upfNi pl to toULi 1 + 1 I
VSJw ULi 11 11tr IJ <
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In 1872 15 2 he came weet and settled iq
Montana After Aft r rettminiftg reI ag there tot totnumber 3 3number a anumber
number of years he moved to 2 1I > few w wtork
York tork City 1ty and shortly bor afterward came cameto cameto
to Salt Lake where he has resided residedsince residedsince residedsince
since He has operated the gel SJegelClothing SligelClothing gelClothing
Clothing company ompan1b here re and a branelt branelthouse bre1thouse ae1tbcU8e
house at Butte Mont MontMr MontMr MontMr
Mr Siegei is survived by b a wife witeand witeandthree and andthree andthree
three eons ons They Tbeyare are Joseph Jo EL IL Har Harold Harold Hatold ¬
old L and Edwin Earl The latter lattertwo IaUertwo lattertwo
two reside in New York but Joseph Jose JoseIL i iH
H IL resides brie The deceased decessedtwo has hastwo n nto
two brothers Joseph Jo itnd nd Sol both bot botwbom of ofwhom o owhom <
whom have ha e been associated with him ImIn hintIn i iin
in his business here hereThe hereThe hereThe
The funeral arrangements haTe not notyet tyet cotyet
yet been completed but it is beli bel bfteved bftevedthat 4V < v vthat cl clthat
that the body will be interred In either eitherNew ettberNew eitherNew
New York City or Baltimore Baltimore Md id
This reproduction g l a letter which whichwent whichWeJlt whichwent
went tbrotfgh the Salt Lake L6kepostomce L6kepostomceWfJI postoffice postofficewill postofficewill
will give pv some idea of O tie t tj e efficacy 6f 6four tJfour Ofour
our postal po tal system 1JJ1Ite and more ora particu particularly MIrticularl prtlcularly ¬
larly larl as to the cleverness cJe omcss of the at attaches attaches attaches ¬
taches of the local postoflfce The let letter letter letter ¬
ter it will be seen was w s mailed lateat late lateat lateat
at night on th the 22d d 4t t Ogden and andthe andthe andthe
the receiving stamp of the Salt Lake Lakeoffice Lakeo8ce Lakeoffice
office shows that it was x oeiyed here hereearly hereearlY hereearly
early yesterday ye morning mornJngan and wag as de delivered deUvered deliveted ¬
livered to its U proper address IUldr on the tiiefirst thefirst thefirst
first delivery At t nrst it looks like a
puzzle in VolapUK wr pezz e opR Rue Russian Ruesian m m5ian ¬
sian or some other outlandish language languageyet al1gURgayet
yet after the mystery is solved itig itigreally It itIsreally is isreally
really very simple and oneiwgins one begins won wondering WOl1derlng wandering ¬
dering how dense he has been not to tohave tove tohave
have ve seen it immediately Immed iel The addreifs addreifsIs addr addrts
Is simple and plain and Is an follows followsMr folloyMr
Mr Charles H Burke Way Dow DowBast DoWJ1 DoWJ1East DowpEast
East company care Salt Lake the titeatre theatre the theafro
atre Salt Lake City Clt Utah Pretty Prettyeasy Prett Pretteasy Prettyeasy
easy when you know eh twill It will take takesomethiiig takesomething takesomethldg
somethiiig a great gr at deal more difficult difficultto dlQ ouJt ouJtto
to stump Uncle Sams astute posfel posfelservitors pos posaIservitors l lervlton
servitors servitorsSALE
Store Closed For Taking of ofStock ofStockProspective ofStockProspective
Stock StockProspective Prospective Pur Purchaser Purchaser Purchaser
chaser Not Named NamedA
A deal de l is pending for the t e sale ot f the theL theL theLace
L L Lace ce House company With this Tn Tnview Jo Joview inview
view the store was wa closed cloa yesterday yesterdayfor
for Inventory The stocktaking stock klrig will willprobably wUIprobably willprobably
probably last a week or 0ite1i ten days and andnegotiations andnegotiations d dnept1ations
negotiations will m notbe not be eonsuiMntatod eonsuiMntatoduntil eonsummn n ummt to4 to4until l luntU
until then according to the present presentoutlook presentoutlook presentoutlook
outlook The nameof name of Oi the proactIve proanbcttvepurchaser l1rosnitcttpurchll8er proactIvepurchaser
purchaser is not given out b bt U it is issaid isald Issaid
said to be a local man manThe manThe manThe
The stock is owned by tHe tU Lace LaceHouse LaceHouse LaceHouse
House company Simon Bahiberger B hibergr ispre Ispresident is ispresident
president pre ldent although altho h it f is undexBtyad tqd d he hesold heoldout hesold
sold oldout out practically pract1 ny all his Inter interest t11 t11the in inthe Inthe
the concern con rn some time ago a retaining retainingonly nqdniBConly retIngonly
only enough stock to allow him Jtlmto1le Jtlmto1lean to fee feean Ii Iian
an officer N A Ransohoff J is manager managerand managiJrand managerand
and L O Xtansohoff secretary secretaryWEDDED eeretaryII secretaryWEDDED
Ponaer Porm Salt Lake Girl HUB Ens Unpleas Unpleasant trn le ii iiant ¬
ant Romance RomanceP
P I B Rice Ri a traveling nnjsicktn lJ1 j Dt nd ndMiss iidMiss ulMis
Miss Alice Thurston of t MiIL ilillon titoa II UtaJu UtaJuare lJ lJare Utsitare
are tbe central nirareg nres inia ilti a romiLttee eroniaccothat romiLtteethat lQIUIC lQIUICthat
that was enacted at at that pWce pltfcem pltfcemdS eme emedays om omdays
days ago accordmg ac accordln nling to the Wejis Qftrf QftrfHerald N NHeraId 0r 0rHerald
Herald HeraldMiss HeraIdMiss HeraldMiss
Miss Thurston is herself he 1f an anpUshed aecom aecompiishod aeeoipushed
pUshed musician having studied under underMadame IInderMadame underMadame
Madame Swenson of this thlsdt thlsdtJUcearrhed city cityRice cityRice
Rice JUcearrhed arrived at Milton Ilton about three iltreeweeks tltreeek8 threeweeks
weeks eek8 go 0 in company with a patant patantmedicine mtaJltmedicine pateitmedicine
medicine show He becnniev becnieacquantod becnieacquantodwith JJMaGqual acquainted acquaintedwith lted ltedwith
with Miss Thurston ThWSt Thurstnsnd and after nter a aeourt aeourtEhlp eourt eourtbip ourth1p
Ehlp bip lasting but ftvedays the pair were weremarried weremarried weremarrIed
married marriedScarcely marriedScarcely marrIedScarcely
Scarcely had h d the sottnd tnd of the wed wedding wedding wedding ¬
ding bells died 41 d away whenIt when It is Mid MidRice MidRIC4 sOldRice
Rice decamped with UI Ws wifes Wt 8 gold goldwatch WOldnteb oI4 oI4watch
watch nteb her guitar and tid M of her be money moneyHe I11OU I11OUHe mousYHe
He w went ent ent te Ogdeh and a few days aft after dCter tt ¬
er his depAiturg d tag fa located by tie tiepolice tJaep thepollee
police p e of that t city and taken takenauto takenlfltotody < into cus custody cost0d7 ¬
tody Th Phojtte tr lr te fatherinlow t at first firstdetermined frstdetenn1nedtoWOMCute list listdeterminidtO
detenn1nedtoWOMCute determinidtO determined to prosecute Rice ut but mel nmtters mettemp
temp w were re flBally 111y arrang tT811tJed d and the thefickle tkeflcitle e efidl1e
fickle hu htwbfiXHl Hllowed allo to depart departMETBOKOLOGtbAL departt departMBPBbBOLOGIbAL ep rt rtMET130R
Yesterdays s Hscord Rscordat Racordatthe at the theLocaIOffice theLocaIOfficeof Locar LocaVOffice LocaVOfficeof Oflace Oflaceof
of the Weather Bureau BureauMaximum Bureaut1a nu nuMaximum >
Maximum t1a ximum temperature tempera tare XI degrees 4e degreesImnum r0 8 min minimum tRipIn1Um ¬
imum iempen tj entpeiature > mpel < fttlr ture 35 degrees mean rnea tern len1rpratllrp tehiperature ternrerstire
perature 30 3t < l JplrN gres which is I 1 d IWe IWeb srec srecabov rrc rrca
abov a b v > th I h normal nH nrflma 1 I acrumuJated cramul < ed doOasn doOasny de Clteu Clteuf
I y V of f tempera ere lr l rc sine In the hit pt o the tbemon themoniii themorCl
moniii mon It drprrps Total C t precipitation precipitationfrom
from t 1 i tn I < p 11 tt 01 Inch t b aceimMj aceimMjI aeeemulftt eceemuIk4ted
I lftt Ik4ted to d < i s jf f pre preeipitatin < if > i llat1on la Jon stare the theisi thea theiat
isi a ui ilic c month IUO lh J > inch inchFTJNEEAL incho inchFUNERAL inchFUNERAL
Th funeral fuu > ral of RuJoiph Gygi Gy cyOitcpt uf ufDepot
Depot Ik tcpt pt av tVmlt > mi will bt held h ld todji at atciv atIltI atte i
civ te k 11 ftom torn tn Hw Fifte4uh Flit Va trehttrip va vanflpe
nflpe A Vlfr 1 frif fn i Mfls < e1 < < f the I TaimTw 1a faxnIIyarc arc f fhcid tvtei
vtei 11 th1Jllh ti j rrr i1 11ad b CeII 1I pr9 pr9I pr4l pr4ll
I pj 1 1 f ti 1 1 1to
to hH 1Ift a uetit u hcid yesterday re nrda nrdaC3
C3 <
Crest of the Flood Reached and andthe andthe andthe
the Waters Receding RecedingSUDDEN Recedingi RecedingSUDDEN RecedingSUDDEN
Pittabur Plttaburg Jan SThe The flood danger dangerat
I at this point hat ha passed All day long
both rivers coaCMued ued to rise until untiloclock untiloclock untiloclock
oclock this afternoon when heIl tt1 tl f feet feetas feet feetwas et etwas
was as registered at the Monongabeta Monongabetawharf Mononaabetawharf Monongabelawharf
wharf From FromtJult that hour on the waters watersreceded watersreceded at rs rseded
receded eded slowly rntil 1 it t f 2 oclock oclo k the tksgauge u ugauge thegauge
gauge registered regt tered 28 feet and station stationary stattoDary stationary ¬
ary The temperature is 1 lower and an
light snow sno is falling a11ln a11lnThe
The Allegheny is still full of run running runnng runntng ¬
ning ice but it is much thinner than thanearlier thanrlter thanOrUer
earlier rlter in the day
From the headwater points on both boththe boththe boththe
the Allegheny and Monontahela riv rivers rivers nv nvera ¬
ers the reports tonight show them to tobe tobeeitber tobe
be beeitber either stationary or falling
The actual damage done in Pltts PittsImvg Plttsburg Plttsburg
burg will not reach the high figures at atfirst atfirst atfirst
first given out out and will probably not notexceed notceed notexceed
exceed ceed half a million dollars To this thisamount thisaruont thisamount
amount however must be added the theloss tlteJCiS5 theloss
loss to the manufacturers and mills millsthrough romsthrough millsthrougi
through forced shutdowns awl to toworkmen towQrkmen toworkmen
workmen through suspended wages wageswhich wageebieh wageswhich
which bieh will run the total close to the themillion themillion themillion
million mark No loss of f life has been beenreported beenrEPOIted beenreported
reported rEPOItedT
Thousands T ousRnds Are Idle IdleThe Id IdleThe e eTIle
The continued Co tfnued rise in the Allegheny Alleghenyriver A1 Alleghenyriver heny henyrivEr
river today caused the water wat r to force forceits fteits forceIts
its way into no less Je s than fortythroe fortythroemanufacturing fortythrtemanufacturing e emanufactuJ1DK
manufacturing establishments establishmentsThe
The estimate of the number of men menthat menthat menthat
that are thrown out of work by 0 the tneHood theflood
Hood for from a halfday to three threeor threeor threeor
or four days places pla the number at
40009 48 The toss to them in wages wiU wiUgo wilgo wiIgo
go close e to 9590000 t 800 It if known that thatthirtyfive t tnatthirtylive 2t 2tthirtyfive
thirtyfive coal boats each holding Z J5
000 bushel of coal and two barges bargeseack oargEeacJa bargeeach
each holding holdin 15000 bushels were sunk sunkThe sunklhe sunkThe
The lose on this property would be beabout Debout e eabout
about 109090 The Model barge and andHE andhF
HE Its cargo was valued at 35900 Th ThHornet IM IMliornet TheBernet
Hornet No Z and the th towboat Wini Winifred Winifred ¬
fred which were sunk at Marietta Mariettawere Mariettaere Mariettawere
were ere valued at about 25000 The loss lossOD I IQD loseOn
OD QD lt houseboats u boat8 lands false work at atbridges atb atimdges
bridges b tlges coal tippfeg ti tlppIe and other river riverproperty riverprop riverproperty
prop property rty will likely r mount to about
75000 making the estimated lost 088 on onriver ont1ver onriver
river property 15000 15000The 235000The 235000 235000The
The high water will m bring brln benefits benefitsas I
as well as damages da It is expected expectedthat expectedthat
that Tuesday afternoon the water nil wlilhave nilhave alilhave
have fallen enough enou 1 to permit rmit shipment shipmentof Ibipbl nt ntof I
of coal to southern points
Alarming Rise of Sohuylkill River at atPhiladelphia atPhUadelphia atPhiladelphia
Philadelphia PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia PhUadelphiaPhiladelpbia PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Jan 23 3Wbat What promises promisesto
to be the most destructive Hood this thisraging tJdAcly thiscty
cly has experlence since 18ft ill now nowrlgin nowraging
raging in the Schuylkill river In one onehour onehour
hour the water rose seven feet This Thissudden Tbllls ThisSudden 1
sudden s dden rush was due to the breaking breakingup
up of the ice and as a consequence consequencesixteen con consequencesixteen equeDCe I Isixteen
sixteen big mills in Xa Manayunk nayunk a sub suburb suburb ¬
urb were forced to shut down Large Largecakes Largecakes Largecakes
cakes of ice are crashing against the themills themm thestills
mills and it is feared several of the theproperties theplCperties theproperties
properties will be seriously damaged damagedThere damagedTiters
There is a Mg ice gorge opposite the thePenroyd thePeur thePenroyd I
Penroyd Peur yd Iron works and the water is israpidly israpidly
rapidly backing backl u UP ma this plant plantIn plantIn plantin I
In West Manayunk River Road Roaddriveway Road4r1v Rueddriveway
driveway 4r1v way is four feet under water and andan andan i ian
an Italian settlement in this t1 s section sectionie Il I II
ie also submerged All of the occu occupants occupants occupants ¬
pants of the house houses had to be removed removedin
in boats Railroad tracks are under undertwo undertwo undertwo
two to three feet of water and twen twentyseven nrentJseveJ1 twentyseven ¬
tyseven piers along alon the east bank of ofthe orthe ofthe
the river opposite Failmount park have havebeen haebeen havebeen
been wasted away nwayFLOODS 1IwayFLOODS awayPLo
Big Industrial Plants at Youngstown YoungstownClosed YoungstownClosed YoungstownClosed
Closed Down DownEoungstown Down1ounstown Downyoungstown
youngstown 0 Jan 23 23The Th Ma Mahoning Mahoning Ia Iahoning
honing river this morning is two feet feetabove feetabove feetabove
above high water mark and the city cityis eltyis cityIs
is experiencing the worst flood in its itshistory Ithlt it ithistory
history hlt 1 At 8 oclock the waterworks waterworksI waterworkspumping waterworkspumping
I pumping station was compelled to shut ilhutdon shutdown
1 down and the pumps were stopped the thehigh tbebigh thehigh
high water putting the fires fi out outThat outThat outThat
That part of the city not reached by bythe byl bYth
the l th standpipes standpl is i at the mercy of fires firesshould firessb9uld firesslipuld
should they break out Some part of ofi ofalmost ofaintoet
i almost every department in the big in induatrial induetrlal industrial
duatrial plants in the city has been beencompelled beencompelled beencompelled
compelled to close e down The tracks tracksof
of the Pennsylvania and Baltimore BaltimoreOhio BaltimoreOhio
Ohio railroads are submerged and traf traffic trafft traftip ¬
tip ft in the city on nboth both lines ie prac practically Wactleally practirally I
tically suspended The river is stead steadily steadIly ¬
ily rising
Loss of o ofLifs Lift Penned PeaiedCoehoeton F FCo PennedCosliocton
Coehoeton Co O Jan 28 23The The Tuscara Tuscarawa Tuscarawu Tuecarawas
wa wu river is higher than ever before beforeA
A man dh clinging to a tree trunk floated floateddown ftoateddtrwn floated40wn
down stream calling caUiD for help It is isfeared 18feared Isfeared
feared many lives have been lost in into inp Inthe
to the p river valley The situation is the themost tbemos themosl
most critical md since 8in 1883 1883ca 1883UTAH 1S83UTAH
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Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWasbJogtn HeraldWashlngt
Washington n Jan 2S A postoffice has hasbeen hasbeea hasbeen
been established at Hurt Ada county countyIda count countld countyIda
Ida with imam Hurt as postmaster postmasterUtah po8unasterUtah postmasterUth
Utah postmasters appointed Molen MolenKmory lolfDJrn MolenEmory
Emory Jrn ry county COUnt Nicholas I iarson arson vice viceTreeae vireTreeqe i iTr
Treeae Tr daldwell resigned Plymouth PlymouthBox PhJnfuthBox Plymouthrica
Box Elder county William Ullam H Thorton Thortonvice ThoNonyice Thontonylce
vice Bertha Pierson n resigned Rosetta RosettaBox ROStttaBox RosettaBox
Box Elder county Jacob Knrxler vice viceJames viceJames ice iceJI11
James JI11 A Raleigh resigned resignedCREW J8ign resignedCREW
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early this morningoff mornlu morning off the point of Rock Rockaway ROCkaWaJ Rockawa
away awa Beach and became i ecajne a total wreck wreckShe wreckShe wreckShe
She lies high and dry dr at low water waterNothing lmterNothln waterNothing
Nothing having Men a en heard of the crew crewof crewof crewof
of the schooner it is feared that they tlwyperished thf thf1Hri theype
1Hri pe perished lsbed hed in an attempt to land through throughthe thrlughtb throughthe
the tb surf sur after the vessel struck struckYou 5truckYou struckYni
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the aesaion S8S1d teSaIOpOIita ftpoitaed a subcommittee subcommitteefor
for Qe9tiV9le Ute 1 trjo e tft f the consideration considerationand consideratioRu4
and fo fornmittton ol1tUl ofi bill applying the theproceadb theproeMdti theproceada
proceadb of public tends to the endow endowment endowment endowmentot ¬
mentot ment of school oi departments of min mining mintng rainlug ¬
lug in connection wlUr fur the colleges es established estab1i estabifaked ¬
tablished tab1i la la the ever several aUtes a apd ter territoriee territorieS er erritories
ritorieS under an a act of congress JteIIS of ofsome 080me ofsome
some 7 years ago go Thisact This act t donated pub public public publie ¬
lic lands tGimcJt to each states which w icb previded previdedcolleges previdedcolleges providedofleges
colleges for tie lieneflt of agriculture agricultureand t1ture t1tureand
and th tbqmec1lallle machaiilc arts ar The subeom subeommittee subcommittee subremngttee
mittee at at Its moatiag meeti ee R R on Monday last lastconsidered lastnsklered lastconsideredla
considered In JnO cotmaction oonnee tion with this pro proposed proposed proposed ¬
posed bill a bin wflrich h bs s been intro introdueed Introdueea Introdues
dues to the thell4Y Fiftyseventh nth congreae by byGeneral byGeneral byGeneral
General Groevener enor and which wbh l with withamendmaiita withamen withamendinalIt
amen amendmaiita was reported but never neverpassed neverpu neverpassed
passed the house It is i the general im impression JmpressOI1 ImpressIon ¬
pression that t the bill tailed of consid consideration con81f1eratJon consideratlon ¬
eration mainly because of the fact that thatthe tbattbe thatthe
the money which it appropriates ic not notdrawn tootdrnwn nutdrawn
drawn from the treasury direct but is isderived iaderived Isderived
derived from the sales of lands 1a 1 the thewest thewest thewest
west and the friend of irrigation Jrrt tJOII m mcongress in incoJtgress hicongress
congress believed that it would Would1II4ke Would1II4ket m ke ketoo
too t o heavy an inroad on the irrigation irrigationf krt lrrlfltlosfund OA OAfud
f fund Hd which M alec derived front the thesaine thesa thesani
saine sa source sourcePurpose SOU1eePurpose sourcePurpose
Purpose of the Bill BillThe DiII1he BillThe
The purpose pU1tOIIIof of this bill Is to pro provide provltie provImie ¬
vide means for i instruction research researchand re researchai4 earch earchaD1J
and experiment eDt in J mining mlnln mining ma machinery machmY machicery ¬
chinery < with Jth the application of elec electricity electricity deetnicity ¬
tricity thereto mining engineering engineeringmine engineeringm1neeXJloUation e gtneeringmtheexymloltation
mine m1neeXJloUation exploitation metallurgy chemist chemistry ¬
ry geology forestry agricultural en engineering engineerlug n ngineerlng ¬
gineering and road making irrigation irrigationand IrriJationand irrigationand
and irrigation trrI tlon engineering and the thebranches thebrancbet thebranchee
branches ofteaming nertaining to such suchsubject suchsubjec4 suchaubjectaa
subject The aunt of 910000 10000 per an annum annum ansum ¬
num to each e of otthe the fortyeight fortY lght states statesJn statesIn statesIn
In the Union to appropriated op ated by the bill billnow billnow billnow
now under consideration and where a aschool aacI1oo1 asdiool
school te already in existence the themoney tbemoney themoney
money will be paid p Jd direct to such school schoolto
to further increase its facilities this thissum thissum thinsum
sum in allcases all cases to be increased from fromyear fromyear fromyear
year to year yearThe yearThe ear earThe
The subcommittee above referred to tobag tobas tohas
bag also been authorized to report upon uponthe upontbe tiponthe
the advisability of the establishment e of ofa ofa ofa
a department d rt1nent cf mines and mining as asan asan asan
an indepe independent nt department departJne 4 of the gov government gOYetJUIteltt govetiirnerit ¬
ernment aiich ich as the department of the theinterior theinterior theInterior
interior treasury etc and its It members membersexpress membersexpress membersexpress
express the determination to place upon uponthe upontbe uponthe
the statute books at this session semionof of t con congress congress congres ¬
gress some definite recognition of one oneof oneor oneof
of the great eat industries of the country countryThe countryThe ountryThe
The subcommittee consists c D iBts of Messrs MessrsBrown MessrsBrown
Brown of Wisconsin VI Scott of Kansas KansasPatterson KansasPatterson KansasPatterson
Patterson of Pennsylvania Pen lvaDla Tate of ofGeorgia ofGeorgia ofGeorgia
Georgia and Stanley of Kentucky To Toa Toa
a representative of this paper the chair chairman chairman chairfl chairflman ¬
man of th committee Mr Ir Brown to today toa3 touay ¬
day a3 < seated lie e would be glad to receive receivethe receivethe receivethe
the views of those t o throughout the min mining mining rainlag ¬
ing region r on the proposition outlined outlinedabove outUneabove outlinedabove
above either through medium of wrItt written writ written ¬
ten t n statements or through oral orIilmeats argu arguments argumnts ¬
meats before the committee committeeFor committeeFt committeeIA
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