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z m j SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY J FEBRUARY 15 1904 1904J
SENATOR SENAIORHANNA HANNA PASSINGINTO PASSING PASSINGAilMope PASSINGI
I INTO THE THEWORLD WORLD BEYOND BEYONDAIIEWope BEYONDA1IHope
AilMope Has Been Abandoned and aQ the theP Patient Patientt lient is isBeing i iBeingKept
t BeingKept Being Kept Alive Aliveby by Stifnyknts StifnykntsRelapse StirrwlantsRelapse z zt zRerap
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Relapse Rerap e Suffered Yesterday y csterd y Afternoon Afte noo and andit Jt it Soon 9 in Jecarne JecarneEvident BeoameEvident e ame ameEvident
Evident That the End WasNear Was I Near Nearv i
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+ f + t + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + t + + + + + f fBULt1irTIN + + + +
+ BULt1irTIN 445 44 A A M 2 2Was1iton t tt
4 WaBatri Was1iton bgtoB a D G Peb Peb IC 15AU AU the membwp m8mJ memke iot ef Sonaipr So Hannas Hannasfa 1 + JT +
4 4 family fa nUy kT8 km 8 bean auBianenad t te kis kIsbedsfd bedside Ttte end is lsnear lsnearshfngtOD near flearVa8hlngton +
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4 Washington shfngtOD Feb > 15 l 345 34 a JDenat Senator r Hanna Haniti JIM h4 auer nattier t t tilking
4 inking spell Dr Qatar wa w wss called caUeI frotn his bet be24 a4 a4he h he and DK 1 Car Carr + T
+ ir f worked laboriously over the iMiltant JlliluntA As a rutt t ter has been b a a anipkte
+ > mphte reaction aJthottg me tmnitor SIO has 3 t4 wTt Pt isidt WMltef t tIlr + I
4 4 I Ilr r Osier Osl > r returned turn to t htt 11 bed with tua hikrwHloiMi rriiItnattto to W ca14Sh catted JJhotdd ho ° 1M M an ano n nthr +
4 o fhor spell be imminent immln Imminenty nt + I
y + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + f + + + + + + i f + + + + + + I
14Thi8 This had hadbeen hadWIV hadvv
I A 1 i ASHINOToX A Feb 14
WIV been n refsMHI r I At4d a throughout as asthe asthe asthe
the crucial day in 1n6enator Senator Han Hanji Hanlll Haniv1
ji lll i s heroic ht roie battle b ltlc for life It began beganjiii
jiii i r il afHurancts H uranct of quite an optimistic optimisticharatter I IIHader Iwauttr
haratter Th first news of the day dajliini d day1An 1J
liini the sick room was announced announcedilnrily announcedI
I ilnrily Irtl aft iftor r S orli udwok k a m The sen senthe sear I Ir
r i the he doctors paid aid has i la passed assed fl d a aj aIftly ap
p j rf Iftly tly quiet qU night His teniKrature teniKraturen tenweratuTe tenweratuTei ternieraturoicwk
n < i I orlotk icwk was as a 1 Hla8 8 pulse 120 and andf andIoiig I IftLI1
f irons ftLI1 and regular and his respiration respirationVMS I II
VMS I Is dH dhtred l r d to t < be b patiBfactory al altnougli altugh I ItiHUh
tnougli no il8rtir gur < vas va given givent i
AT t intervals of tvo t o hours during the theri theiht thet
t k ri iht ht Senator 4 < nntor Hanna had ben en aroused arousedgiven arouSJ
r i J given VTL en nourishment after which hich be beMiudiatcJy hej benm
j nm I MiudiatcJy 1 diatiy liat I v ould uld resume his l1 8 J = le 1 1P 1Pt p pt ptl
tl t t doctors supplemented the an anijotti anI i iIlOull
I ijotti 1ieucnwnt i ment v with ith the statement that thattb thatI I ItJae I
tb the Condition of the senator at this thistime thistime i I
time surpassed surp ed nil I J1 their expectations expectationsChange fpectatiomChanae apeCtRtIofl5Change
Change For the Worse WorseTblf WoeTbb1 WorseTbi
Tblf statement hardly bad been 1s 1sHued 18Iued Isiued
Iued when hen an un unxp unx2eted xpocted ted change eha nge for forthe I Itbe Ithe
the norse orse took place Dr Osier > r had hadgene had308e hadiue
gene to Mr Mannas room and Dr DrOsart Drand DrCal
Cal ter r and Secretary Elmer I Donr > overhad overhadHMpp had hadd hadst
HMpp st d 1 down to the th dining room r xom for fori forDr t tJ
i J XiKt Jlt < Dr llixey lUx had not arrived arrivediindUvj arrlyedD4 arrtedud
iindUvj D4 the I be senator was alone with his htsiur hisauJllf hisiurw
iur auJllf Suddtnly uddtIII he becaino notice noticeaWr 110UCfWy uotlcebb
aWr < Wy vcaker > aker ak > r His rapid breathing ex ext txtff1 extltt
t tltt tff1 rl alarm and told other evident vigiis lgJl of ofvUstivsH ofAplts I It
vUstivsH t Aplts 1 causeil a l a hurried summons for forOn forbIii t t1t
1t bIii th 1h ihys1cLP ihys1cLPcpa 8iciRn I In
On n their I atBiSS aIt instant in tant arrival his histiol hillwf hisiui
tiol lwf o was beating beM I ng at the alarming rate ratef ratenf I Ifir
fir f loT 1 an ani 1 his respiration was above abovea i I
a 41 4
41JChe JChe I oxygen oxyg n apparatus was immedi immedijtRly immedirrlly Immedii1tly t
jtRly rrlly put ut into uo < the breathing bree thing cone conera conewae
1Ui ra plated cr 01 r the senators mouth mouthand mouthand mouthand t
and nostrils a 11 al relief secured securedIi i iAt
At 41 liao poc oef ri an oftorial o cia1 bulletin was wasiwtiff waseipertng I Iyertng
iwtiff Ii p eipertng yertng reHn this period Its state statetnewt stat1ntLL J Ja
tnewt taUfut taUfutmHJSuf >
mHJSuf U 1ntLL mia a parae passed < l a favoraWs favoraWsMgJit favorabnight I
night tair bb Jta Is w ktr or this morning morninfre mornl mornlU I ITeu1per
Teu1per e 19 U L p isk le 134 respirattefli respirattefli3e re5lit re5litRIXEY resjirtiORIXEY
< 3e RIXEY RIXETOSLER RIXEYOSLER I IOSLER I
OSLER OSLERCATtTEfl OSLER OSLERCARTER t tCARTER
CARTER CARTERDsctrs CATtTEflecet I IW811d I
Not Talk TalkT TalkTIle
Dsctrs ecet Would
T TIle physicians pb Aeclined to make makefturtker makea I Itwt I
fturtker twt commeat on the outlook but it itt Itnoticeable itus
a us t noticeable that their optimism ofs ofsti 0 01tte otbe
1tte ti e early mointae mo tMhad bad been entirely entirelyBsc4pated cntirdYipted
Bsc4pated by b the 8 oclock sinking sinkingspell sinkingspell < Inkin < I IspelL
spell However for the next few hours hoursthe hoursthe
the reports nportawhtcta which came unoftkiallyfI unofficially unoMelaflyfrse j jfrom I
from the u bedside of otlbe o the senator alt alturid RJI1I cliwId
urid 1I 1d of his wonderful recuperative recuperativepowers reluperatlvepoft recuperativeowm
I IAt
powers powersAt owm owmAt
At 10 a m Dr Osier declared the thedItIaahed j jdlsttncntihed I Ipat1eat
dlsttncntihed patient to be entirely e tirely re recovered reCOeIe4 yecuvered ¬
covered from the depression 4kpu of the theearly tbeeerb theeatiy
early woralng rnlng hours hou At this tttne the thedoctor thedot
doctor dot left for Baltimore with tUa the theaiders tbe1onding I
aiders tending that he ro ou1d ld retarn a aodoek at atdeIoek atodoek
1 odoek in th the afternoon Drs DrsIttsey DrsCanr tIreOsrter
Ittsey Carter and Fulcher remained In Inaostsnt Intaflt I It
aostsnt taflt t attendance attendanceIToom atendaneeXoon r rfoo
IToom Bulletin Bulletint Eul1etiittll
dtt tll t 12 fdock dock noon Senator Se ator Hannahs HannahsUpntfCratttre Hann Hannas HannasI = s snreas
I UpntfCratttre nreas was MS 1 pulse ISi respira respiraMH respiraHe respirab
MH b m He 1I is resting 4IIetI tetly and andilMlHi andt andws
ilMlHi ws a slight kt t improvement over his hiseoadltia hiswiaen hist1
eoadltia t1 wfaen ben the morning bulletin bulletinKIXET bulletinaa
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KIXET KIXETCARTER R1XECART RIXEYCARTER
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CARTER CARTERTh CART CARTERTiss ER ERof I
Th Tiss drvn u of nearly two degrees cJecr s in int tnteanperature Inas
t as senators temperature between the thes I
tJt 41 and s noon W3 bulletins was looked on onas onalp
as 5 a NMBt t cncoaravtaiff sign e especially especiallytit T > eclally eclallyto t tIa I
to vtew of tho t ti tact t that the bath had hadmet I I1Ieea
met hem be resrt resed d to to reduce the thefever
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fever feverB tMerU
B if Banna 3an the th senators brother brotheron
on i olna fn f fn o m the t hl t tik sIk > i < k room Just ma matteBOn uUw 3j 3jr J
r i tteBOn Uw bull bulJdin Mn uu was issued i sued said hi that thata
a ycry 7 decHe i improvement impN ffi In every everyCt everyhad everypet 1
pet Ct had taken place during the half halftmmediatfly halltmmed baitIinmedla1y
tmmediatfly tmmed tIY preceding pretcdinsX J letcdID
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tIIkjSp1L tIIkjSp1Llapse SpelL
X lapse of nearly n aa iy two hours then in interrrned inWrsenod
terrrned Id without MMMII news ws except ex 1t of tho thoBasis tb
m Basis indefinite character each as alrno alrnoeIul no nochange noehaage I
4 change eIul Jw when u htI suddenly S1Id at 2 oclock oclockDr o oclockDr c1od c1odDr
Dr l Dick > icfc of Ohio abd Mr Dover came came
from the senators to8 apartments te with withthe 1itbtbf withth
the th thoeWny b announcement aJ1nou ent that th thsenator thsenator j
senator 8 nator h bs d suffered another seven eeverrsirikrog sevensthktng en enRhkfJal
sirikrog spell l aad a4J4had had faDed utterly ut telly to torespond torspoudja
respond rUPO rspoudja to alf af siturateqts administcreu administcreulike admlnl teretl teretllo I
lo feWe feWeTide eiLvcThis
This news newsbeen tne like a bolt from a acltar aclear
clear sky J TW hotel con1dOl8 ba bawn had hadbeen
been ihrongrJd t thrond throughout the day daywith daywith y
with anstotat InquireM as to the tbealors sea senators seaators ¬
ators conditfao condIt1 The latest news from fromthe fromthe rota rotatM
the sick reoaa r ro lll caused uaed a hush through throughout ¬
out the 1o tobhtaft Medtll McCormick the thesenators theetatora theseiatora
senators soninlaw fIO IIiaw was as dispatched dispatchedin
in baste Pte for t1 r Jb mer powerful ettmuhints ettmuhintsThese sthmziunuirhese I
These Th eame > 1 bat t tt the next t report a amitjtttet few fewmiautes ff ffmiuvte
miautes later latetai4 said aid that tltatth the doctors dodo dW dWclired df dfeI d dehrtd
clired eI red the eHd to Who he only a question qu Uon of ofperhaps ofperllaJIB ofperhaps
perhaps minutes but t at atlnost most of hours hoursWcMikar bou hoursWetkni I
WcMikar After Aft thQItaUy thaBalIyThen ha Bally BallyThn
Then within a space space of three minutes minutesthe lIdut minutesthe I
the th > pftieni U 1 raHle4 his consciousness cotisclousnessreturned cotUclotinehturued consciousnessreturned
returned and by b the exertion of his htswonderful IIt8on4erlul hiswonderful
wonderful will tn power Senator Hanna Hannaseemed Hanna1I HannasemCd
seemed 1I 1 to pulLhlmseif together to what whatthe wkattbe whatthe
the Doctors eetrs ami g thoae at the bedside We re regivrdod nrdod yegardod
givrdod rdod as a most miraculous manner mannerBut mannerHut innnnerBut
But the flight gbt rwy was by t no means won wonA wonAlthough wonAlthough
A Although though tb t the > afternoon afternoon relapse had hadbten ItacIlJten hadbeen
been rallied from it had left a badly badlyweakened badlyw badlywakened
weakened w akned fra trsaae ee for future battles battlesThe batt battTbf battlesThe
The > restoratives were ere continued and andthe anlthe andthe
the senator doa dop a again iato lO a stupor stuporDr stuporWarOPup stuporW
WarOPup W Liexpioted Liexpioted1t ted tedDr
Dr Carte Cartefaption artea B flascrlptJon of the sink sinking flinklAg einklag ¬
lAg spe spl p r 1 a4eptt1lMc nia mad e ptiMIc shortly after afterolock afteroclock 3 3oclock
oclock was 5 as follows followsAt
At t 1J It > oclock dcIcMka a very ver unexpected unexpectedsinking u unepectedkag cted ctedalnkiDc
sinking kag spell une on We at once oncestarted 01Iceatartetl oncO1
started work u tke senator bUt b bfailed D4 D4taned befaiiedto
failed faiiedto to reap and id teJtlte t Ut restoratives rest ratle8 ap applied applied ¬
plied DurtttfT DurNtftlllaspett this tit ap fl the pulse en entlrlji entlrelf ent1rel I
tlrlji t1rel dtaapveared tkperefrue Irom the wrist And andoily nd ndonly 1
only HjJatin gutter of the t e heart hearteouJd hearteouJdd eould eouldhe esuldbe
he detfsctid d de W Vt fes 1cjpt jt t applying Itppl ln5 other otherSttmHtantB othermflnis i
SttmHtantB mtIS aw ftllj ft1Iy 1 zot ot 1 aseapo sgtoi sgtoipeaponsec I It
peaponsec seapo iche he A 1ps s a pretty o e5 e5se d dputee
putee = se and steoj aoIesptIoa sration r rto t n The = s spelt ii 1
1 It ItI I J tIbhe one tiffs
71tfJi to 1o1 1o1reoutlook Che future reoutlook outlook the thedoeW e eWe 1
doeW lfcfn J I IWe t
We cafl only fork work wor and a td hPf hPf1hen hope hopeAVhen hopeWhen
When 1hen the situation IItU tlon looked most mostcritimri mostcrita Ot
critimri Ci crita this tldsbtteractl k nfiernovtt the members of ofthe orthe ofthe
the family were er assembled in the sick sickroom sickrcnm
room Mrs Hanna has been It in almost almostconstant almostC almostcenMant
constant C nt at atJe atpee > pttce at the J bedstdeOt bedside bedsideOthers > edstdeOthers
Others Ot hers in the t room were ere the daughters daughtersRuth daughtersRuth
Ruth and Mbet respectively le6 theJ Mrs MrsMedlll Mrslt MrsMdIIl
Medlll lt d1U > McCormick antI Mr Mn rs Harry A AParsons APiraone
Parsons P usons wfth ITh their husbaWs the sen senatwra senattlr senare
are attlr sob Dell De ah R Haana and his hiswife huire hiswife
wife ire H IIti Hanna the senators aenatorsbrother senatorsbroeber tos tosbrotber
brother ac4 cfl Miss Phelps Ph l a ntece nteceAfter nleeeAt nieceftar
After At ftar Ute MKtttor tor had JIIuluJade made his hiswonderful hisw hiswonderful
wonderful w derfut and unexpected rally the thetadlee tbeladl theistftss
tadlee ladl with the exception of Mrs MrsHanna itrsHann trs trsRanna
Hanna wnt OJK it at the suggestion of ofthe orthe ofthe
the piiyslctans ph7l for saort walks alka or ordrives ordrhes ordrives
drives drhesIlWIid9llt
Pr resident iideat Called CalledPresident CalledPle8id CailedPveetdnt
President Ple8id nt IKoesevelt D Melt called to make a apersonal apel apersDna1
personal pel naI inqiilcy Inq llYBhortly shortly after noon noonGovernor noonGvvemor noonQevernor
Governor Herrtck of Ohio arrived in inWashington InWashingtoa inWashington
Washington at 930 3 O this morning and andwent andVent andwent
went at once o to the senators apart apartments IQMtrtmfnt apartment
ments s Former y orner Postmaster tmaSt r General GeneralCharles GeneralCharieSt GeneralCharles
Charles Emory kiftort Emoi Smith arrived from fromPhiladelphia fromPht1adelphtap fromPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Pht1adelphtap Postmaster er General GeneralPayne GenoeralPane GeneralPayne
Payne and Governor Berrick lunched lunchedtogether lunchedtcgfUerat lunchedtogether
together tcgfUerat at tiir hotel where both re remained rtm remlned ¬
mained m lned throughout the da dR in constant constanttouch constanttouch
touch with the be senators ter condition conditionRepresentative co1t conditionRepresentathe ltJon ltJonRfp
Representative Rfp sentatlte Dick spent the entire entireday entired6tY entireday
day in Senator SeltatorRanntls Hanna s apartment 4partmentSpeaker apartmentSpeaker
Speaker S r Cannon called more than once onceSecretaries onceSec onceSecretaries
Secretaries Sec taries Hitchcock itebcOek and Wil Wilson on also alsocalled alsorailed
called < a ax did Senators Fairbanks F trbanklt Platt Plattox
ox ComiccUCttt C Connej U Ut t Ivean 1 > of < New Jersey JerseyScott JerseyScott
Scott of West Virginia 1JrKt nia Mitchell of ofOtegon oCOr ofOtegun
Otegon Or egon Spooner SpoonN1dmatq Spoon and d many others otherslagiauft othersLiens
Liens 4 > f Trionds TriondsAndrew FriondsS onds ondsAndrew
S Andrew Squire of f Cleveland CJeote1 a close closeIperaonal nosewrsoual
Iperaonal wrsoual friend of Senator Hanna IiI RIIR has hasbeen hasbeen
been 1 in Waahm W ton eveval days daysclement dalle dayselement
clement < e aeftt A Qrtocom of PhlladelpHfti PhlladelpHftis PhIladeiphikspent
spent s > ent t the day d r at a the Artfngton ArtI UJI and andBepreaenfatfre aadR andiepresentaave
Bepreaenfatfre R a Orosrenor kimve or mad many manytrln maa manylrIW
trln lrIW to tetb the hotel during durblgue durblgueconiltant thei1a Ue kty ktyOanstant
54 Oanstant l telegraphic tc eomnmhicaUon eomnmhicaUonvdth kaUon
with Cleveland Jew ew York and other ethercities othercities othertIee
cities tIee was kept tet up and nd the relatives relativesContinued relatitesContinued the theContinued
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lEFT LETTFOR fOR DEAD UtON THE ROAD ROADI
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Tvo Members of the National Board of the theUnited United tUne AlineUorkers Minetor1ftws
> 1 Uorkers orke s of ot America Victims of Cowardly Cowardlyi5 coward1Asau1t owardlyAssault
i5 Assault in Colorado
< jflISIDAD JtlXIDAD tINIDAD Ooto Gob Feb 14 ItWUUam iLwilliam1 William WilliamI 1 1Fairly
T I I Fairly and James Mooney men members mep1 menhers ¬ I Ihere
here of ti the > national board of ofrlltpd The TheTTilted TheITItod
TTilted Mins Worksrs nlk of America from fromjlmma fromz rom romJaama
z jlmma and Missouri respectively respectivelyv
v 5 rp < f < > waylaid this afternoon oil the thei j
1 < between bet ween Majestic I and Bo Dowen Dowenagged Dowenagged wen wenagged
< agged from their buggy nd and beaten beateniy bea en1 en1I j jL
I iy L fight men with 1tb stones and six sixshootersi elishooters
shooters 6hQot < ra and left lying In the road roadiiey roadiH
1 hey iH were able later to get getln In their theirS
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buggy bui and drive to Bow Dowse Boveuquelltly Dowsequently n Sahec Sahecquently
quently they were W brought to Trinidad TrinidadMooney TrlaWalJ1I00n TrinidadMooney
1I00n Mooney as cc rttsly Iy injured i and bad badto badto hadto
to be ell t tO a hospttal Fairly was wasahie wasable U Ua1
able ie to go to his hotel bot X e arrests arrestshave aflStlun arrestshove
have lun yet beeu ntdc Tfrts Lds ts the first firsttime InItUm rst rstthm
time thm 8l a1OC1bjalIIII sinceih oal t mine strfte was us in fnai inat1he41 inajg1irte
gUTated ajg1irte ai oikJporeBtfoer Ioernber t that bat any of ofthe ort ofthe
the t Ite offictaiscof oftitt Of theUnJtftt the United Mine Work Workers Workera Workn ¬
ers era n have been assaulted Xfts reported reportedthat reportedtltst rportedthat
that th4 t th > a Were attacked t kt by y guards guardsat guardsattheenaIniee
at attheenaIniee the coal W1Ite mbses
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Ci1 CUARGED RGD WfFtlAVfIJl WITII AWFUL CRJME RiM RiMa
I IDowr
a Dover Jet Feb Febi4htrs A Jtr JIO Mary Maryeli br Ann Powv wfe Uc f Ufnd UtreLL L Pow P9wII
St eli II was 1h arrested arr charged IU < P with the murder ef BeHfla t4lia Allabatad Uaa d hern hernyearold her 1 1yar
5 yearold yar Id adopted t K pt d daughter d upter whose 1th f u t tcrfthl > rtWy b1 mutilated body was found foundl roundla1t foundlast
l last 5t Tuesday in the th attic < of t t tho h Powell farm houtt hou near Magnolia ten tenmiles tP tPmillS teitIlcii
miles from hrr Mr Mrs Powell v HS a takn info cuto eutody uOtGcJ < fy after the funeral funeralof
of f the M giri hin v 1 12 atund at attcdti tfnll d thi aft aftrnvn < rn rnwn x > n ho did not poem sur surprised ur urp1I1 ¬
Lih prised prisedThe d dTht S
The > detetrtlves say 8 they thf > have secured 8 curtd a stateMent from Edgar EdgarVjoper tJdgarK1
t Vjoper K1 op4r r the yearold adopted adt ted son Qn of the Powells who wa was alone In ix tb lbhouse tbhousf tbS <
S < house with Mrs r Powell on the th laj ia the girl ie I alttged aIg to have l1a been beenkilled beenkilpJ
L killed A iording > rdinjr to the detwriv det ise tb tho boy said that Estella bad been beenFtrtik beentru
Ftrtik > tru k iv Mr Mra 1iwen > rith ii piif r If f wood while slim > was washing waE llng
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FOR SALE OR RENTONE PEACE TmtPAL iLLQ LOTED ATED AT ATTHI TH THt HAGUE HAGUESouthern HAGUEso HA6UESouthern
Southern so uthern exposure Splendid opportunity foe TIuji apgrnpiuty 1g 3WH vi Vi1I l remodel Odel to suit tenant tenantPresent te tenantPresent nant nantPresent
Present occupant going out of business to enf en enefl1Ortn jgeIlinpartairt efn tJrtutt t W9 work in Manchuria Applr1 App1rtcbolas to toNicholas t tI
I Nicholas Romanoff B manoff St Petersburg f i S SS
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It Is Well eii Situated and WO Would lld Maks an a Ida Locitica IJC1 n for f frilitnryospitai r a solitary 1Dli Hospital
It Could b be Used n as a J Museum usoum for War Paintings pintin War Belies Japanese Taanee Brie BricaBrac Jlrae Etc EtcS
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It Gould Be Converted Into a Factory for the manufacture ni nuf c re of of Arms and Armor Plate
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WOiAN WpMAN BADLY ADlY BEATEN BEAIEfilnkVCity BEATENParkCityMan EAIENParkCityMan
ParkCityMan nkVCity fflan Listens USt l1 toGM toGMsip 1o toQsip o I Iip
sip ip About WJi His WiflTl WjL it r4OW r4OWHes Q yy t f fSpecial
He Hes in1JiI in1JiISecizl In 1a I ISpechll 1
Special to The HeraUU HeraUUParjk JI lierald1Park ald aldP
Park P City Feb 14 HWhile White In a ftt of ofanger ofanger
anger U1 er at their home on JAke I ake flat a about abouttwo RP altouttwo t ttwo
two miles from town William Berg Betgl la last lastn1gtt e t tnigfit
nigfit cruelly ttutn beat and almost t killed killedhis killedhis
his wife Mrs Mr Beeaie Berg Be air r iperjg iperjgwag ieg iegsas 4 4was
wag down town during durl durlngtbe the evening and aadentered aBdentelEd andentered
entered into conversation with some someof someof someof
of his friend and oneofthe oneof tbe men told toldMm tol tolbtm toldhtui
Mm that h he had heard h nI a number of ofstories ptstories pfstories
stories lately concernIng conrem his hisWben4 wife wifeWhen wifeWbeu
When Berg 11 h 1werd > erd this he MatQn at once nee WCBJ WCBJto 1IeDt 1IeDtto whn whnto
to the B Berry rry Bros B livery stable hlrel hlrela
a horse and when leaving told the theman Uteman theman
man at the stable able that he would 1 1heard 1 1teard bebeard
heard from again very tJ soon soonHo POGu POGuH soonHe
Ho H rode madly up the canyon to his hishome hiahome hishome
home arid upon entering seized his wife wifefey wifhy wIfeby
fey the hair pulling oat otJtone one of lief liefbraids hecbraids I IbAlda
braids Then he knocked her d dewn dewnI wn oc octhe orI
I the floor bruising brul ing her head and body boflyvery
very badly bad and hut for the interference interferenceof In erfernclof
of some of the neighbors ts might hare harekilled hvei barekWed
i killed her herSheriff hershertir
Sheriff Mair was wa notlfled of the af affair Affair atfair ¬
I fair bj b telephone and at t once rode to tothe toI tothe
the theene scene arrested the man and safely safelylodged 8kfelyhim safelylodged
lodged him in th the city jail where he heis hei
I is i now awaiting awaitl obt his preliminary hear hearing 11earI 11earuhleh hearlug ¬
lug which is set t for tomorrow morn morniag m mornIig rn rni
iag iagA A i doctor wag 2 summoned and cared caredfor caredfer caredfog S
I
for Mrs 7y Berg B who 00 is now ow in a very veryealtlcsl verycritical el elI
critical mt J rendition tOnd tlon Tb Tbeduple couple c upIehad had only onlybeets onlybeen nl nlbeE
I beets beE married about three m months nths ths and andtfce andI andtire
I tire neighbors v say up u > to thIS time tteneseemed timeI timeseemed
I seemed to get along very 6ry well wellBACK wellI wellBACK wellBACK
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BACK TO WASHUTGT02J WASHUTGT02JChicago W WAHtlWTOI ASHINGIONCblcao
I Chicago Feb Ff > b 14 HSecretary Secretary of o thf thfTreasury tb tbTNury thTrensury
Treasury Shaw who has been b n in inChicago 111Chicago Inchicago
Chicago since last Friday Frida left for forWashington torY8hiJ1gton lbrWashington
Washington tonight tonightTIMEFOR tonightCt tonightTISqE
Ct CtII
II IITIME
TIMEFOR TIME TISqE FOR DARKIES TO TOTAKETO TOI TOTAKE
I TAKETO TAKE TOJHE THEWOOpS THEWOOpSBattalion WOOp WOOpBattalion WOQDS WOQDSBattalion
Battalion of Marines Ordered Front EromPanama FrontPAnama EroinPanama
Panama to Santo SantoDomlnsro Silntoy SilntoyDOnUngo IV IVDomtho
Domlnsro Domlnsroi DOnUngoc
i f 4 Colon c Feb 14 HHurri Hurried cl rflers rt1ersfroM1VfUlialr rdersfrom + f fI
I + from froM1VfUlialr Wasolngton Gn were received ree to tQembark tt ttembark + f ff
+ f embark a battalion of marines marih < on onif onthe onthe +
if + + the prairie 1raii1e irte A special train n leftf leftff ten tenCeI1I leftCel +
+ f C CeI1I Cel lr this morning morJJ and returned retwnedat + f fat
+ at noon with 45 tit marines who whi were W weretnemped re ree f ff
+ f encamped e ped at Bas Obispo station ony onyf onydae on oniie
+ + f the Panama P railway raUwayTIle 4 4The f
+ The Prairies beats were ere keptf keptff kept keptbusy keptbusy +
f busy all 11 day embarking the camp campf cmnptlttl campfittings +
+ f fittings tlttl baggage ba stores etc and andthis 4 4this
4 this task te n rot yet g finished IShed IShedI +
I 4 + Major Lucas will camniaticl co d the tIIe tIIet thrt + 4
t 4 + battalion > and the P PIxie lrie wilt 01 sail sentomorrow 4 +
14 4 tomorrow nnd under < sealed orders + 4I
I 4 1 It has b l leaked ke < oat Ott here he Je that the theJ1MrtU 4
I 4 4 marines J1MrtU 8 here are d dedUUd < JeUa l for Soa4 Snu SnuI Snn Snnp +
I 4 + to Domlng Only Oalal ahsut ut 100 ma maI 4 +
4 rines ii3w n w remain r < lDlft at Baa Obiepo 9btpoasbln3toR 4 4j 4t 4Washington
S
I j A
t in inj4
j4 + Washington Feb 14rNaTal of oftkt ft + s
4 ficiah tkt say that while the Prairie VralrteTltb 4 4
4 4 with the t th oI 56 marInes mariueltfrVm from Colon C on onaboard 4 4j +
j 4 4 aboard will touch tou at Son Domingo Domit1gGthat 4 +
4 that the real rea destination of the t11eve 4 +
4 vessel is the naval station at t tGuantanamo 4
4 4 Guantanamo The purpose inrposeGOf GOf of f tak taeIn 4 4I +
I 4 tag the men there they say iro is to toe +
4 4 give e them a change of climate and andsurrouncJiDJ 4 4 4surroundings
+ surroundings After theyJiave4 thelI4vebePn they Suave +
4 be been n at Guantanamo for a white whUoprob 4 4
4 probably prob they will Ill be sent back to tothe +
4 the l Isthmus if the U UII UtiLte1 U 1 States Statesi4 Statescont1nres +
i4 4 continues to keep up its present pres nt ntJlNLrtnf 4 4
4 marine > there and others pvill wiIi be begln 4
4 given gln n an opportunity opportunltrtoo tp 50 to tvGualltmamn toGuaiitanainc +
1 4 Ouantanamo OfRrialj say ay it la Isot 4 4iOt
+ act ot tb the intention in llioft of fth f the United UnitedStat 4
4 States Stat to increase t rtaSf its marine land landing 4
4 ing force in San Domingoouters Domlno11totersthat 4
4 that thtro thO rf > is already an atIei adequate uate uatenUJrbPJ +
4 4 number if f inon on board the ships4 ships shipsnow 4
4 4 now in Thosf tho tio waters if any nn are arenIdj arefr + 4n
> n nIdj > fd < < J f fI r lurking purposes IUrpoSEsc 4
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
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Body of J JJ J Brunswood Brurislw BrunswoodS od is isFound isl
S Found Foundat at Altai Altaiv AItawSECOND v vSECOND
I SECOND VICTIM VlwoF + OF THBSiltE THBSiltECOEPSB tlDE j
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UNDER A STOvt SrOr STQV
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1 fyADLT ADLY burned by toe t thi stove t which whichj Wh htch leIt
j B K held the body downy down the body b of ofI 0Jo atJoseph
I Joseph Jo J Burnswood ofSlt 1t LA Lke > t tthe e
I I the second victim of tlie tIta8DOdto the4ltaseoweUdewas Atta tIta8DOdto8a anowWdc anowWdcwas
was 8a found at 1 oclock clock ye YeftT yeterdTt yeterdTtogn rdy after afterao tterJtOiJ
ao JtOiJ ogn n seated in a cramped cra cramp fhstjaprtiK fhstjaprtiKchair DsI1nIwa jttIa jttIaa
a chair buried under the UJeiSBow snoW aoir oat 01l a afew afew t tfcw
few feet from where hte 1dSoabtn 1dSoabtn1Iefore eatynstood eatynstoodbefore oid oidbefore
before it was carried away awa py by the theavalanche U UTalnelle thearalnehe
avalanche Friday afternoon at atoclock atoeloek 2 2oclock
oclock oclockThe oclockTh S
The Th left side of the head wascrashed wascrashedIn ic s erulle <
IIDb I In by a board which aIde aliteldtht aliteldthtI held the thee theein b6y b6yin <
in its unnatural position po IUoII Before Beforesnow the thesnow t tow
I snow ow could extinguish e the u Are that thatburned thatburned Rt Rtbumed
burned in 1i the stove when whel1the the cr Hl Hlcame
came me the tbe mans man left hand arm and andleg
I leg were re badly badt burned burnedI barnedThe aa1
I S The body was s taken to Alta as 5 soon soonI M oIhas it itpossible S
I as possible after it was found and andp r rrangements I II
I rangements made o sbitf J it Itto to Salt SaltLake S8JJAh 2a1tI
I Lake City this morning momi tot Internment InternmentThe 1 ln4erjuentThe 4litJnent 4litJnentTiIe
The authorities aut orltietl did not deemU deelnhJiecea deelnhJieceasal7 riecee rieceesary meeeasary
sary to hold boIdall an inquest inquestTheories InquestTheories
I Theories Where Johnson Jo nlon Was VnsThe WasThe WasThe
The finding of Burhawoods Buru Dur su Oodit bogy bogywithin y
within a few feet t of the dt place where wherei re rethe
i the cabin stood before beforeitt itwas Lwa Lwaaay f swept sweptf
t f away Y and the discovers of 0 < JOb JObJohJl8Onr John JohnJohnsonn JohnJohnscn
Johnsonn remains almost al SOft 8O feet teetIoW bj r rtow
tow the Jump Jom plncl1nesU1e inclines tothe heielief heieliefUta beUef r15etMta beUefAlta
Alta that t the latter Wall aj riot Bol 14 L fa Inteln tk tkctftiln tnllUo >
ctftiln when the thebeading mow UiN UQii tru k the1 the1building t1 j
building It 1 t > fav thought Ijyjt Jt Jfehnnon Jfehnnonhad f biii n j
had left ft the house a few te vnimftas uiItiitefore he hefore TJI
fore the snow tcno started on ott p Us s fatalrun fatalrunand rtaI IU run runand n nand
J and he was caught in the thaWa t aianelie aianeliepart oeJte nehe1 nehe1t I Ipart
part t way BY between br lwn where wlae the7gHHre the7gHHrestood theusestood
1 stood aid ld where the body was rr rrj
j 1 covered ro ered one foot stickingup stidduC Upthroutlt Upthroutltt p through throughj
t I j the tb crest v vThe S SI r rdH
I + The day dH of the snowstfde It was wasj wa wawI wawIStated l lstated
j stated thatthe that the two men meat were were5e8ltd Seated Seatedi naLedby
i by 1 Y a table near the th sto tOtJOQA to1 jolweOft hav having haf r rlln
lln 1 ing < gone over to the be Granite jttine to totalk toI toi toitalk
talk with Burnswuod Bum wuod the UWHC4iB UWHC4iBI W OJM b blog
I log warm friends Jettn Perklaawhr Perklaawhrworked Per Ph11Ct a wii1 wii1p 11 11worked
p worked for Burnswood was U sttlep sttlepbed > l IMp IMpbed p 3xt 3xtbed
bed in a room upstairs ups rs whelk w1I wheitbuee tH tHhouse UttCu
house tCu c was carried away a7 He a5U c1 dlast 141 i ilast >
last thing he l e remembered remeoaberedbJltoredrap remeoaberedbJltoredrapping btTore flr flrplng drep dreppIng
ping off to steep was wa tearing g 1tt 13ttWo 13ttWomen tjjft tw twmen two twomen
men talking together in the mom 1Iti1J1 reoznbe reoznbelow be below
low How long it was after tfettt tiiatj tiiatjthe Utwtile thabthe
the slide Iid < arried the building away fte ftehas faeI beI
I has ha no way of telling tellingInasmuch tellingI S Slnasmwh
I Inasmuch as Johnsons body bodyfound w a afound I II
I found 4W fe feet t down t the HIM a feW ferhours feWhouts te
t hours after th tM snowaiide there tb was wasI a wasmuch j jI
I much surprise flurpri e manifested manit when whentrace Wl n He Hetrace 1181 1181traCe
I trace of Burnswoods could ld J efoUW1 e found foundi I
i I at the tb expiration of twentytooi HAUTf j jI
I In the meantime more thin t llOiuen llOiueni 1fOm1 340 fl5 fl5afll
i and boys had been searching the thej tb j I
j tower r end nd and center of the slide 1te Wry WrycArefully < ry ryJ
4 J carefully for the missing ml 8h owner olnu r dt tWs tWsj tfl tflGranite j jI
j Granite mine Another Anoth r twentyitnjir twentyitnjirhours twentyfourhours r J
hours passed pafQt and still no signs Of ott1ie Ofsecond titf titfsecond I
t second victim of the avalanche avalanchej avalscIteNew
j I New System is SuccessfulShortly Successful SuccessfuLbortJy SuecesfuLhoit1y 1
Shortly before that It was decided to tostart tostart
start at the dump und undwQ work k down dQ ntlf the tfieHU theHU
I HU and the upper party part of 0 rescuers rescuersworking r ruereworking Uet8 i iWorking
working towards another g gunfurtluar gunfurtluardown ltn1ffurtl ng > i6urtlter i6urtlterdown
down she hf hill which w l < h was slowlyclinfb slowlyclinfbinp 51 wlyollm11t1 >
1 lug 1t1 the th hill as it dug billie in the snow snowlt snowltw it itwas lt ltwas
was w s tho t ht former fQrm < r party which found the tliebody tIi theloJL I Ihort
body hort It va discovered dio rd on the th dump dumpwithin dun dunthin dumpithiri
within thin twonty t nnt frt fc el from frcq where wh re tpr tpriouse tlWl tlWlJQU tjbImuse
Imuse iouse stood when it was swept m lJituw lJituwThe uwsy uwsyThe itwayThe
The man wan aft found tying tyro partially partiallyupon pnrtfalIYupon partraflyupon
upon his right ide id leavinghis Ifa leovIn 1 11ls tisside lqt lqtside Ifttfide
side exiw eXJ > t > d to It the st ston stove stoveon < NGb NGbvn
on tiP < > f him Just al alrcft abo above 1ifteftetir 1ifteftetirt
rcft t i i hcivy hoard It had lli d drifehed drifehedcviicuti rt Shldl
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WENT RIGHT TO WORK WORKBaltimore WORKBaltimore
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Baltimore l tim timt1RI S t1RI People p e R Did DidGreat ip NotSiit NotSiitS NotSiitPPWTI i iP
P PPWTI 11 to toWeVAffer I PJfte t the the6eat e eGreat
Great Fire FireBaltimore FireHaltimk FiresBaltimOre
Baltimore Feb 11 l 11Just = Just one week weekago weekago
ago today the great tire broke out outlfeven and andseven sedseien
seven days thereofter it may be truth tmthftjMy truthy
ftjMy 1 y said that the city has shown a arecuperative aneuperative aieeuperative
recuperative pcwer er that must be ac accounted acro aceoanted ¬
counted ro mted extraordinary extraordinaryThe traodnarYThe
The energy > exhibited byMayor by Mayor MQ MQIjw M MJ McLtm
Ijw J and the whole city government governmentla I I1It
la bringing br nlr ord O order > r out of o chaos ba and andthe andth
the th spirit s rtt of resolution shown by the themerchants themelPMnts themerehnntt I
merchants whose hose stores sto are now shape shapeIftss shapeIes apE apEpUN
Iftss piles of debris d bris bis justly excited excitedadmiration exdte4dmlnttlon
on all side sideThe sidesThe idt idtThe
The great t majority of merchants merchantswho merchantwho merchantswho
who were burned out have found lo locatkms 0C o ocatisns
catkms C and resumed resum d business i every everybatik everybatlk everybank
batik te doing business and the cur curreat curlreut curreat
reat of trade and financial transac transacticfus traJl88tJGD5 tranenejiona
ticfus has begun to flow on as before beforeThe 1eforeThe fore foreOte
The re restoration oration of almost the whole of ofikf oft oftW
ikf t l citys cfty stre str street < t car line service is one oneof oneof
of the U agreeable a eeable surprises of the week weekSeveral weekeral II
5 Several eral hundred persons came camellere camelleretoday here heretoday heretoday
today from Philadelphia Washington Washingtonand Wa lftAlon I
and other nearby points to view few the theruins therul thethough
ruins rul though the prohibition against againstexcursion againsteutsion I
excursion lSion trains and the > severity of oflite oftke ofQe
lite weather apparently had the effect ett effectf t tf
01 f keeping away auaythousands thousands of other other1INE8 othersMINES
0 9 91INES
MINES OF SENATOR SENATORCLARK SENATORCLARK SENATORCLARK
CLARK INCORPORATED INCORPORATEDButte
S Butte Feb 11 HThe The Original Original Consol Consolidated Con Consoldted ol olJ ¬
idated J td MInIng company has been lacer incorporated locorPortfd lacerporated ¬
porated under the laws of Washington Washingtonslatp Wash WashingtonState actnn actnnat
State at by b Senator Sen or W A Clark C W WClark WCjgrk WClark
Clark W A Clark lark jr A H fI Wethey WetheyA WEthf WEthfA WetheA
A A J Johnson Tohn iiOO and W V M Bickford Bickfordwith Bickfordwith tckfordwtth
with A capital stock of JIOWOOOO The Thetompany Tftompany Thotompany
tompany lg 1 > to work the t Original East Eastnd Eastand Eastitnd
and nd West V Stewart an and 1 probably ptO blY other otherinbtes otherm other3ntnco
inbtes m operated o ted successfully by Senator SenatorClark satorCJfuk Sena1Clark
Clark for years The Th object < t of incorporating incor IzreorPGrAti hirerjporting ¬
porting PGrAti l ie caid ald id to be to simplify opera operation operstio operatio ¬
tion tio of the th property propertyTHREE plOPETtJHRE properlyTHRE
THREE MEN KILLED IN INLANDSLIDE INLANDSLIDE INLANDSLIDE
LANDSLIDE IN NEVADA NEVADAAuburn NEVADAAuburn NEVADAS
S Auburn Cal al Feb bUThree U 14Three Three men menioot en enlost Enlat
lost their lives Friday last last In a land landslide landslide a asU ¬
slide sU e and a cavein c ein of a portion of the therailroad tileUroad thegllrond
railroad Uroad oompany company9s s snowsheds sno hed a few fewsmiles few1Iles fewmlles
smiles 1Iles this side of Truckee A gang t of ofiSortysix ofIottyslx ofGOztyeLx
iSortysix men were N working when whenthey wilenUtt7
hard the slide coming and dI allgde all allmade
made gde e a run for their lives Uv Several Severalwere Sev Severalwere ral ralwere
were buried waist deep and were ex extiriaated extirlMted cxtsatnd
tiriaated by their companions One Onety9ttag Oneyaatdg
ty9ttag g man was taken out completely completelyjsUfiDoeated completelyj5tgfQeated
jsUfiDoeated ted and the others cannot be beottnd belid beTheir
ottnd lid Their bodies are probably probablyburled proba ly
burled under thirty feet of snow The Thebody Thety Theboily
body ty recovered was identified as that thatof tbatit thatof
of < I Daniel aniel c Olbrvk 91 f Derby Conn ConnFEICEEON ConnPRICION
0 0FRICTION +
FRICTION IN WAlt W A1t OFFICE OBTICELondon OFFICELondon
London Feb 14 14There There are Ii n rumors rumorstween rumorsuf
uf friction bet between tween n the government and andi andLh1Tbberti
Lh1Tbberti JdRobtort i It M J said that the latter latterttec latterlfned latterdcUnsd
ttec dcUnsd lfned ned appointment as Inspector gen general genI ¬
eral I and has been invited by Premier PremierBalfour Pnomierout Premierialfout
Balfour out to remain a member of the de defense deyeiise ¬
fense committee drawing his present presentspale presentMimic
Mimic of pay y as commanderinchief for forllie forthe
the unexptred term oftwo of two years yearsTURKISH yearsIURKISH ean
SIP l lTURKISH
TURKISH ATTACKUPON ATTACKUPONgAND ATTACK UPON UPONIrAND UPONBAND
BAND OF BULGARIANS BULGARIANSB
+ 4 Berlin B rlin Feb > 44 HThe The Frankfur Frankfmter +
< 4 ter Zeitungs ltul1gs Salooica correspond 4 4eut
+ eut enttelsgraphe telagraphs thet a Bulgarian Bulgartnband +
+ 4 band rumbering 1W has been at 4 4
4 tacked ta C kfd at Dehumbala by b Turkish TurkfsbfroDtler 4 4frontier
4 + frontier guards who w Wo wae jre re rein relnby 4 4f4
f4 forced by two cempacie Cem anl of infan 4
5 + try tt The bctite ttlf < tho th oorr lrrlfIjOnd lrrlfIjOndnt pond 4
4 cut nt reoorts ptrte lasted a long Ifn time and andUt 4 4the 4
+ the IHilgarianr tied fI at night leav 111 111rnJ 4 44Jn 4ftw
4Jn + rnJ twelve tW lH read on m the tleli The Thertr 4 4riirti
4 Tttriisi rtr < d1 los los3 was W dB one nun rn n kill ki kliI 1 1I i 4 4 4ai
+ avi I two tW wounded unded undedJ 4
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
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fIGMillNGGOMMENCES fIGMillNGGOMMENCESBV FIGWflNG COMMENCES COMMENCESBY
BV THE LAN LAND 0 F FORCES FORCESFour R0 5 5v
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Four Hy Hnctred Ured d and Ten Japanese Put to toby the Sword SwordS Wt rcl rclby
S by Cossacks Co sacks at Talien T Wan WanDriven WanBro WanS WanDriven
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Bro 1 ij Driven DriyenBack Back at Pigeon Bay BayAr BayAvrnyof APiTryof y of 19000 1 Sok Sokdjers Sol SolC
z C t djers Landed at Chemulpo ChemulpoLondon ChemulpoLorid9 v
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London Ld leb J1 b IS 15The The Daily Mails Port Artkur oonfeapondgnt oo uad under UDdrdato underdate r rdata
data of ofP Epb b 18 says saysOfficial saysOmcl S
Official Omcl l advices afv ces state that the Japanese apanose e landed 18n ed six luuubpd hundrad soldiers soldiersnear soldiersnear Wen Wennear
near Talien TnIienWkn ientVhn jWkn with disastrous results 410 being sabfad sbsdy jjjr CoMMCks CoMMCksThe GoiuksThe 8 8The
The remaindersescaped remnind escaped to their ships It is further stated tt tll ifc the J Jap Japane ispanee p panese
anese e landedat ded t Pigeon Bay where thirty of them were killed ajad d the r riaalnder re remainderefr reinainder
iaalnder mainderefr retreated retreatedIondon ed edLondOn S
LondOn Fepi feb eb 15 15The 15The The Daily ly Hails r fai1 a Mew N aw w Ghuang1 eorstfcp corr eorzpoLeat afieat UJt uatier a ader I Ier
tier er date off3Eeb oreD 11 cables cablesAccording cabl65Accordfug S
According to official Port Arthur telegrams the Jaymtac J JQl ded ecl eclf a aforce af <
force f e yesterday at PigeonBay Pigeo Bay West Port Arthur They Th83wue war tltan at attacked attacked
tacked by troops and by the e land batteries and were defeated defe ted wifli witkvy witkvylouses kary karylosses 1Y ry rylosses
losses
London Fet 15 15Underdate 15Undor Under date of Feb 12 the Times Toki9 TokMdent Bcc enrponp enrponpdent g < w wdent
dent says that th tht t the Russian Vladivostok squadron coMiafcing e of eruiaers eruiaersGromboiatBosiia eniIIenGromboiat seolneesGromboiatBoadiaBflrikand
GromboiatBosiia Gromboiat GromboiatBoadiaBflrikand R sSla B Rurik rik and Bogatyr accompanied by a tranapwri paasatl paasatlTsugaru paesdTsugaru s sTsugaru
Tsugaru straitJreb str tFeb 11 it steeringwestward by b bu that the th destination d dstffltionthe st aticmthe if ifthe
the squadron ik unknown unknownLondon Jl tinkuownS own S S S
S 5 S 4 S S tf atLondorQb
London LondorQb Iftb g liTheD IS The Daily ny Telegraphs Shagbai Shaapa1er Shasghaicm Shasghaicmder ewrwyc ewrwycder
der er date of ofP vljsb Fi 12 says faYSlt it is 15 reported that the th8JIIapi thsnessv thsnessvDalny 3tapon a tore toreDalny f fD1n
D1n Dalny and andl landed dedmarines marines marinesS S s 1 1London
1 1Londop S
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London rob 11 15 15The The Times WeiHaiWei oorrosp correspondent OOrr8Sp91Nieeton 4 t MJH titat titaton thnon
on the morr3fi oP t of Peb 10 the Japanese eccupiod 8ca piod CktM CktMen CktMena BfcfapWwfcj BfcfapWwfcja i ia
a SUBsian cpalfngstation d9 onai1g 1tpg station close to Masampho MasamphoLondon MasamphoLondonE ivfasamphoLondon
London LondonE Feb b 15 15The The Tokio correspondent of the theTtaas theTtaasder TSace milling eaWbgder uar uarder
der date of Peb F 12 says saysIt saysIt S U US
S It is said that the Japanese squadron has sealed Port FortArtJ Arthur Arthurs ArthurNagasaki ArtnatNagasaki llm llmNagasaki S
s S
Nagasaki Feb 14 14Six Six Norwegian steamers chartered by lvnaval bye a IU Bsipsk Bsipsknaval s tiai tiainaval
naval contractor have been captured The vessels ve are the Lena L Aetibr AetibrSentis AthSntis f fSentis
Sentis Sier Sierstnd tad Argo and Hermes They carried coal l lHermes oarg oargs 9 OTi OTiHermes P PHermes
Hermes arriyed here today under convoy of a cruiser I It i is isthat ruM ruMthat m r l lithat
ithat that 1800 Japanese 3apan se se soldiers have been killed presumably by ytke tke 04 stiidrtny stiidrtnyof t tof ± i iof
of a transport Disturbances are reported proceeding at 9eo gecM gecMSeoul eoUL eoULS eoULSeoul il j jSeoul
S Seoul Feb 14 14The The Japanese minister has advised th tM amjmrpr amjmrprKorea eer Ill Illi IllItorea sflCorea i
Korea to arrest Ti Yong Ik who has beeR a practical dictator and a4Iwas wJMt wJMtwas w wwas
was very friendly to Russia until there was danger of Jaymxa J Tec Tecdominance n ndominance
dominance iwothousaid Two thousand Bussians have arrived at Xapcmi attJiAt attJiAthdwa at athesdwatersof t tM tMheadwaters
headwaters hdwa riioftheYlllu of the theYalu Salu river The Japanese are constructing nstructJn a aline tvNfMqrii tvNfMqriiline W
line north from Seoul SeoulNagasaki SeoulNagasaki
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S Nagasaki NagasakiJFeb JFeb Feb 14 14The The vessels that thatoomp comprised ed the Japaj Japae Japaewhi Japandwhich e Abet Abetwhich
whi which h attacked and destroyed the Russian luasian cruisers o is9rs Variay V Varia aaCl aii4Jat mii1 mii1at
at Chemulpo ChemulpoOfl on the the8 the8thinstant SUi instant were w re the thecru18elW cruisers Naniya Nan1 Nan1Sumo NsntrsSuma U USuma xc S
Suma and the Asoma The Japanese did not ot lose a a ma matt mattSeoul maSeoul l lSeoul
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Seoul Feb 14 14All All mails are suspended and Bd Korea Xoreu Xoreuene m usIndS1gPIre usIndS1gPIreplundering lEn4 iMre iMreplundering
plundering ene the thecouutry e country co to widespread w espread The rhe reportqd landing 1a1t4Una 1a1t4Unal landinganese ft lt Wi Wianeae
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outside of port JortArhtur Arlitur but b t was kept kel1tafiO afloat all 11 Satarrday SRt rda when yattk yattkthirty whsnit it ftxk n1c fet fetthirty t tthirty
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that heavy heavylring firing was heard in the straits of Pe Chi Li at atChef midaigta midaigtaCliefoo m1dnJiLS m1dnJiLChofoo
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Cliefoo Chef 00 Saturday SaturdayFeb Feb 13 13There There are 200 Japanese still itt ftpi r Ar Arthur Ai Aitkur Aithar ¬
thur it is stated and there is some uneasiness s concerning thi t tRefugees t3i fr frRefugees impifer impiferB
B Refugees fugees who have arrived here claim that they were trvw ial ialprison ta taprison izprison
prison and andthat that their the i money and clothing were taksn tak takonChefoo s iK i iChef
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Chef Ohefao oo Eriday Feb 12 12It It is reported that 1000 1 Japcuuir rPR rPRWore faflHtgg faflHtggwere tenpsgore
were landed at Dove Bay Bay1ast last Wednesday Wednesdaymorntn morning and g gmet tfcat Kf W 1Iflmet iS iSmet
met by the Russians R31ss answho who engaged them in a a handt0 Iuu handtohand 1 > nand figfet f1btreports Elis Elisreports
reports say the Japanese troops have been landed an ed forty fwtJwes aOcB mU ftuftiha ftuftihawest th thwest
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JeouJ g eoul Tuesday Peb DThe 9 The JnpnnlIoetJddo JnpnnlIoetJddolast Japanese fleet which entetfe eutedtlast caMhj caMhjlast
last night escorting transports captured one IUisai Ru Russian a roluatser vu1uat vu1uatarid s sand
and two o steamers in the t e open sea seaSeoul j 5 5Seoul
Seoul Tuesday T e day Feb 9 9Onc One thousand Japaawe JapEIk tr troops qM qMat se1 se1at tIJ
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I I I ASHlSf ASHTO PO FOJC Feb 14 1oIJ 14Japan Japan in will wfflap wm8P willV
W V V ap apitUo > e01 to the United States to toprevjiM tpreYltll toptevdfl
prevjiM on the Russian govern government governmeat vem vemment ¬
ment to rtj riHUe rdlesse itae the i IO Japanese J Jayinese fU1e e sub subjects subjeets ¬
jects reporteddetained repo rtecl ileUiined at atFUrt t Port Arthur ArtiturMr ArthurMr r rMr
Mr TakaWra akl ra the Japanese J minister ministerwill ministerwill ter terwill
will it Is expected xpec present t the t appeal appealto appen appento
to Secretary SecretaryHfty taJTH Hay tomorreV tomorreVIn to toIn toIn
In a caWegTni received recefv reeeW4 e4 from r om Toklo TokiotoOa ToklotoI
todai toI toOa the nhi0t minIster i t r was Va injDprmcd rmed that thatncoordlpp thasaeoordipg
1roorCU ncoordlpp 1 tnejvs tc eWSlmlu5htto brought brmatttO to Cite Foe Fooby Feoa Foeby
by a jlrJtlaH rJu r1thsteaaper steamer fftJJIHf1Q from n1 Port Ar Arthur Artbur Arthur ¬
thur l WI5 Jn JlIIItIlnese nneee refugees Mad been beentaken b btalien beentahen
taken from fl m the lilt b steamer ji J y the Rus Russian RusiAn Enssian ¬
sian auiinorlttes au just before befotethe the vessel vesselsailed vesselsailed elsalle4
sailed in ii ite te ef the j iotC6t t tlt of the theJapanese theJapanese
Japanese JapaneseHaving JapaneseHawIng lt ltHavinS
Having agreed to look 1 e oUt ut t for Japan Japaning JapanI
rae dtf IiIUZeIla fin IIVnuIan ituIaiu Uidtol7dur Uidtol7durIng tt1tory dur durlag
ing the 11 1 war thin tlilspvemment government will m In mstruct Instruet
struct Ifir ZVEcCocmtek the t e American Americanambassador Americanam Americanambassadorat
ambassador am sdora at St Peterah Petersbhrg irs rg to inj In
FIRST > f0RMON RMON CONFERENCE CONFERENCEOF CONFERENCEOFBtACKFOOT
i OF OFBtACKFOOT BLACKFOOT STAKE liQbJffiO 1OAiWO i
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I m Blaekfwx J Ida Feb 14 14The The first firstMormon ftrstMollDOll firstMormofl
Mormon eorfierence eoterence eN > nce of the Blackfoot Blackfootstake Blackfootstake Blackfootstake
stake oloeed today Fully 1500 Latter Laltterday Latterday Latterday
day Satot S ware w repr present S1t today t day and lit literallyjammed UthU7 litalIy ¬
erallyjammed hU7 jammed HouekTs opera house housewhere housew1terJe housewhere
where the efeaference wasbeApO was4helApostsJyrm washeld washeldAposde
Aposde ApO ApostsJyrm tJe Hyram Smith and t1d President PresidentJ
I J QoWen GoJdft KittJbaU Xtalfot of < rf Salt Lake ke were werepresent wereI werepresent
I present an Hf J a4dz a4d1WHd e < l the thCeo11tWefte thCeo11tWeftejAIOA tlzeectuferoneeApost1 Conference ConferenceApostle
Apostle tleSJntt1 SjnttlU who hi a 3toa SbaO o of Presi President Pnsl4nt PIeMtdent ¬
jAIOA dent Joapnli V Smith S th kt 1am1 an Inspired Inspiredaddress blfJplreddretl inspiredadtlrena
address dretl th Ihte afiteraoon gav6 V labor laborunions taborunlomt laborunions
unions a feaif fetnL li l excoriation accttBinar accttBinarthem fuct anctisiagthem sin sinthem <
them of 01 befii in JI 1ssPfr pIretl pire by bythe the devil devilThe drUne devilThe
The subject t of raising raJain sugar beets beetswa beetsW beetswan
wa W wan also taken up and the tIiebrethln tIiebrethlnercuJttf Brethren Brethrenwere brethrenwere
were ercuJttf urgedte urgetO4laflt plant beets be ts tor the fac factory lactory ac actory ¬
tory at 14 Tdafto Fans The hew stake stakeif
if now ow capttme pblof of mosterijis mU g something somethinglike methlnglike
like 2 ZflO fe trhtch gettles 9IItt1e6tbeqDe the question on of
vtre s ofthe va of the Hi A Bsslaa jilsn o othe en enthe
the subject as to t the thequetlon theq thert OJa i iqussUosi
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The best naval opinion here 1t1ilar ithe itheelfeet ft W the theeffect ptlt ptlteJrect
effect that the detention 6f f fat these theseanese J 9 9anese
anese at Port Arthur is a stratigfcinl stratigfcinlnecessity stratea1 stratea1necesSity J anecessity
necessity to prevent tin t Japanese Japa Japa Jesem Jesemplnq iese from fromgaintoa frqrngaining
gaining InformatIon as a to the th fortiftoa fortiftoations fortitklatlona fortMcatione
tions troops etc et An official Hi4 Hi4Durin s1 s1S aid aidDuring >
S During < the siege of Paris in ii th the thOPraneoPrut8ian theFrnncoPrussian < s sFrancoPrussian
FrancoPrussian war ar Representaafvfl RepresentaafvflHttt Represen IIUVe IIUVeBitt
Httt who was then in charge or rfth the theAmerican theAmerican < s sAmerican
American legation J Uon there looked pft pftthe tt ttthe Pi Pithe
the large number of Germans wlio wliowere wll wllwere w1iwere
were detained at Paris by the PVewh PVewhgovernment Fftahgovernment FreRthgovernment
government governmentAlthough governmentAltbou U UAlthough
Although 1t Russias answer amJ r to Secre Secretary Meeretar p ptaIy ¬
tary tar tlays fIa7 note asking asdn her to resyect resyecthostilities rf respetthe llltetft
t e JJfUtraHIY or fhina hina and 10 W1zlt loesizehostilities W1zltbostilltles
hostilities as much as possible O ibte hasTnot hasTnotyet ba hasuotyet ot otyet
yet been received ived the state state departqent departqentContinued deltrtnCoDtinued deuartntContinued
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moving mOo1bg the county unt seat eollfrom from Black Blackfoot Blackfootas Blackfootas foot footas
as the people of the stake which em embraces embraces eatbraces ¬
braces all of the territory in > B Binghain Binghaincounty Blnghaincounty m mcounty
county from a few miles mil north of Shelly Shellyto
to the reservation will stand nd pat on the thecounty thecounty thecounty
county seat for Black Bladroot foot If has ha bee bf beea t1 t1a i ia
a long time since Blackfoot society has liasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been so animated animatedLast animatedLast animatedLast
Last evening Elva Berryman gave gavethe gavethe
the prettiest pn ttiNt valentine vaf > ntil1c party of the sea season seaPOn ¬ 1 1pon
POn Forty toupp toupls oupl s responded rP1 J1DPdecl to th th1invitations thInvitations thInvitations
invitations and enjoyed > d a 1 most delight delightful del1ghfuil ¬
rut evening at hearts The Tb beautiful beautifulhome beautifulhome
home was tastily ta tily decorated de < orated in heart heartand tMoatOand heartand
and the refreshments a served i d were in inthe i 11 11the nthe
the shape of hearts It was the mo modelightful mndeligbttul mcdelightful
delightful party part of the season seasonMonday Ral30BXOIIdaT seasonMonday
Monday night n1 < ht Mfsdames Houck and andJackman antJackman aniJackman
Jackman gave ve a dancing party at the theopera theopera theopera
opera house and later lal r in the week we > li a acompany afompany acompany
company of the national guard gave gavesn gaeBjavitatlon gaveanInvItation
sn Bjavitatlon invitatlon bail at the armory armoryu
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Rride 4I Cal Feb 14 HTbe The Salt 1t Lake railroad Idt i night iht effected effectedan fe ffectedan ltrI ltrIan
an entrance fm r c into Riverside e by b capturing a section ti n of the right ri ht of wv wvwh 1awhJto waywhejiIb4i S
wh whJto whejiIb4i jt t1t been in dispute d IS Ute Jhree hiee hundred men were n tati tatjpe > ned alor alorthe alos5g l g gtb S Stbgjoa4l4nd
the tb tbgjoa4l4nd road Qdllni and at 1 odo o opJo91Pt Jo9 te It a given sInaI tKey set t n > uark wcX1t1 5I Isying Isyingrails yiilg yiilgraJ ylhgrafts
rails raJ AlJIayllght At Ial1yughttijl daylight this tMsporMng ffiorntnff J irrtn the rails baa twenttid been la14 to their PH JNtIenger psa psasenger < I Isenger S
senger sta1i station n at Seth St 11 l1 and Vine streets There Th re Is a number of ir irjuactloJif il iljU S SjusctLong
juactloJif jU t10w1A fll farce tQrcealQ alogg g Vine Ine atr strftt t and a long legal O I battle had bcti bctipr bCta1r b t tPr3f3d
pr Pr3f3d ioi au 3J1 f1 ae railroatl now has r n oss osseton s > e5ion iJ1 and what course ou the tr theeetors ou oueetors iJ iJjcctorS
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