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I 2 r THE HE SALT LAKILITERALTh LAKE HERALD HE DJ WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 16 1904 1904r
HUSTLINGTQ HUSTuGT1Ay HUSTuGT1AyTHEIR AY AYTHEIR AYTHEIR
THEIR WES WESC
C > J JLate
Late Citizens CitizensSwamp SwampCounty Swamp COIUlIY
Treasurers Tr asurers Offic OfficeWith WithWork WithWorkRECEIPTS With Work Workt WorkRECEIPTS WorkRECEIPTS
+ t
RECEIPTS AMOUNT TO 75000 75000DELINQUENT 75000t 75000DELINQUBN
4 4DELINQUBNT t
DELINQUENT LIST LIST 2 WILL BE AD ADimty ADVER ADVRDIDt
VER VRDIDt S D DE 5 5iinty f ft
I t J
II IIlImty
imty taxes are 1WW ow delinquent de1lnquzitand de1lnquzitandt and andM aneIttrda
M Urday ttrda t rday a as a result there was wt I a long longstream lonGstrcam bugStrtam
stream of pets pefsrtusjn n1in In front front of the PaTaa Pay PayTBXPS pa parax
TBXPS rax PS Here ll re window of the theoollnt county trcas trcasrfrs trQDsrrrs treiarfr
> rfrs rfr s office of nee In thob tnQbiJ6ement sement of urihe the thecinI City Cityml l lnil
ml < county building all day The ThonXorm The4IXtfl1tIoJt
information nXorm tlon burona burrni was also busy busyftrRW
nriswfring ftrRW ring questions both wise and other otherwise otherWe othere otherTIic ¬
I IThf
wise e V
Thf office force although alth ugh ftw ft was s largely
IriTeRBctJ 1I Ir rfa8ed has bo boennrsct1 bonsct1ejU1y n jjrtUJtloally ally < swamped
by I the n Li number of property owners who whofor who1rJT whofr
for the last few days have hav oeen falling fallingover tQlU talllgnvr g govr
over one another In a desire to get rid rid1of ridor rictof
of their money For a week past there therehas thereha thereha
has ha been a constant line of taxpayers In Inftint inftnt inetrtt
ftint of the office of County Treasurer TreasurerV
V o Oarbis rbI8 waiting their turn to pay paytVlr payt
tVlr t hlr r share har of the expenses of keeping up upIi
nf Ii le f Government The number which wnlchomrs whichorn whlchorncs
omrs orn i to the office has been Increasing Increasingdaily Increaslncai1
daily dal ai1 until the clerks have had all they theyould theyIuld theyritd
ould lo < o to take care of all the business businessia
+ i ia lat 1t ame to them themo themOr
o Or I r JiOOOO OCO was taken In Monday Monda and andho andt
t ho I office nfrll rI force worked until 11 oclock oclockpiit oclockgit oclockh
piit h t before bt = fore last clearing away the ac accumulated accumulated acmulated ¬
cumulated mulated accounts so that everything everythingwould vcrythlncu1d
would V u1d be b ready for the next day It was wasr wastlmatrd wa5ctlmatrfl
r stimatod that 75000 1 OOO was paid Into the ther thertrkR
r rtrkR I < fi fI < a yesterday yesterdayn
01 p n Ion as possible the delinquent list listv
v ill I hr printed and published For taxes taxesr
r paid there will be a fine of 25 2 cents centsfor centstur centsru
for ru ea fah < h delinquent The list will be ad adrrtsp adftf adri
rrtsp ftf ri cqj P J < J Dec 5 6SELECT 5SELECT 5SELECT
SELECT INFIRMARY SITE SITECounty SITECounty SITECounty
County Commissioners Buy Land on onEast onEast onast
East ast Mill II1 Creek CreekTUft CreekThfl CreekTA
TUft county commissioners have chosen chosena
a site ite for the new neWcounlyIntlrin county Infirmary Infirmarywhi ry ryhkh
whi hkh 11l < h comprises fifty 1ft acres of land on onHast onEast on1dst
Hast Mill creek six miles southeast of ofHIP oft
HIP t u r city clt Tha T Thp property was bought o oJohn of ofJrhn ofThn
John Acomb Jr for 14300 14300 Fifteen Fifteena
a < r res east of this land havo Also been beenpurchased beenllrrha8ed beenirc
purchased llrrha8ed irc hased by tho commissioners This Thisproperty Thisproperty Thisproperty
property will be used for a reservoir reservoirHere reservoirHtre reservoirHero
Here are located tho Soderland springs springsnrd springsnnd springsnflI
nrd as they are about 100 feet higher than thanthe thanthe thanthe
the site of tbe e new infirmary there will willbe wlUbe willbe
be sufficient pressure to carry iho water waterto
to all tho county poor farm buildings buildingsThe buUdlngThe buildingsThe
The site of the county count houso is In a ahealthful ahealthful ahealthful
healthful part of this section of the state stateThe stateThe stateThe
The elevation is sufficient for good drain drainage dralnage drainage ¬
age and sewage and the smelter fumes fumeswill fumeswill
will 111 not reach it If I1 is believed that a aBtreet aFueet astreet
street car ar line will 111 bo run to the place placeInside placeInside lace lace1nJllde
Inside of a year yearGIVES yearGIVES ear
0 0GIVES
GIVES SWAN TO CITY CITYH
H 0 Hoffman Presents Three Birds BirdsTor BirdsFor BirdsFoz
For Liberty Park ParkThe ParkThe ParkThe
The three swan belonging to H C Hoff Hoffman Hoffman HoffIn ¬
man In in which were on exhibition In a Main Maina Malnstrft Mainaret
a strft rcet store have been presented to toMayor toMayor I
Mayor Morris for the city of Salt Lake Lakeand Lakeand LakeavI
and will be placed In Liberty park ark The Theeivan Theswan Thersan
swan are of the largest species and d live liveto liveto livetr
to tr be b 2 2CIO < X years old They are valued at atJII atand
5 JII of and when full grown are pure white whiteThe whiteThe whiteTh
The Th wan wore caught a short time ago agoin agoIn agoIn
in Red Rock lake Montana near Yel Yellowstone Yel10wston Yeliowstone ¬
lowstone park and Mr Hoffman had hadthem hadthtm hadthem
them shipped shlp to Salt Lake L ke They T ey are arewhat arehat arewhat
what hat is known as the white powder swan swana I Ia
a variety arIat not commonly found The birds birdsarc birdsarC birdsarc
arc of a dark color at present but in the thespring thespring thespring
spring their feathers will turn tur pure purewiiite pue puehite purew
wiiite wiiiteSMALLPOX w hite hiteSf1ALlPOX niteSMALLPOX
SMALLPOX Sf1ALlPOX EPIDEMIC EPIDEMICAT
AT ANN ARBOR MICH MICHAnn MCHAnn MICHAnn
Ann Arbor MIch Nov No 15 1Athcr 1AthcrQS IEAnother IEAnothercIsc Another Anothervse
vse QS < of smallpox among the th students studet of oftMf orthf oft
tMf thf t r University Fnlverty of Michigan Michiga was W reported reporteduday reprted reprtedtda reportedt
tda uday t 1 making makng a a total tot of eight students studentsW I Iill
ill 1 with the disease diseae Two o townspeople townspeoplealso twnpeople twnpeoplealso
also a sr were reported today toay by b the health healthffficials healh healhfdas healthtuL
ffficials fdas tuL lals as having the te disease dieae The Te pest pesthouse pst psthtIP pestlii
house htIP lii p which whl6h was w wrecked weked last night nght by bya
a rharge rhage c 1arg of dynamite dynamie la i being repaired repairedunder repairedn
under till n J r guard gurd to receive the students studentsCIVIL student studentsCIVIL
I ICIV
CIVIL CIV SERVICE SEVC EXTENDED EXTENDEDWashington EXTED EXTEDW zxTi zxTiWashington
Washington W ahngton Nov No 15 1President 1PresidentItoosevelt President PresidentHoosevelt Psident PsidentRosevelt
Hoosevelt Rosevelt today tody signed siged an order orer cx extr cxtnding cxtrrAding
tr tnding > nding the civil civI service regulations reglatons to toall toan tonil
all employes mploye of the Isthmian IthmiR canal canalcommission cal calmmISion canalrnmlsslon
commission mmISion except excpt those appointed appointeddirectly appointeddirecty appointeddirectly
directly directy by the president preident day laborers laborersnnd labrers labrersand laborersaiid
and a few places laes which whic In nature nture are arepersonal ae aeJprsCnal arepersonal
to the members of the
personal com commission comml cornuiIseion ¬
mission ml ion
TEUTJHLES TE T OVER OVERLondon Ov ov ovLondon
London Nov IS Subscriptions nSubsciptons to the theJapanese theJapaese theapanese
Japanese Japaese apanese loan were closed at noon to today today today ¬
day It I is stated that the bids for the the3OOOOOO
30000000 300000 offered otere in n London aggregate agegate aggregate3QOOOOOOO
5300000000 5300000000Sleepless 30OOOO 30OOOOJCZEMA 3QOOOOOOOCZEMA
JCZEMA ON ONLTTLE ONLITTLE
LTTLE LITTLE GRt GRtSleepless GIRL GIRLSleepless
Sleepless Nights for Mother Moteand Motherand Motherand
and Awful Suffering Sufferingot Sufering Suferingof SuffengofChild1
ot ofChild1 ofChild1CURED Child ChildCUBED Chid ChidCURED
CURED BY BYCUTICURA BYCUTICURAHad CUTIGURA CUTIGURAHad
Had Given up All Al Hope of Ever EverMaking EverMaking Ever11aking
Making Any Cure CureI
1 1I
11 I I My 1Iy Ni little 1tte girl gIr has been snfleriDgibr snfleriDgibrtwo sUfcrlgior sUfcrlgiortwo
two years or moro from eczema ezema tnd tndduring fnd fnddurng nd ndduring
during durng that time I could not get ge a anights anlhts arights
nights nlhts sleep as her ailment was Tcry Tcrysevere T rry5evere r rsevere
severe severeI
U 4 I bad tried so o many remedies and andspent andspent andspent
spent much money deriving no baue baueflt boueOt beucnt
flt I had absolutely givtn op all hope hopeof hopeor hopeof
of making any cure But as a a alst lust re resort resort resort ¬
sort I was persuaded persunde to t try a set of ofthe oftheCuticura he heCuticura heCuUcur
Cuticura CuUcur remedies and and to t my great greatdelight gr greatdelgbt t tdelght
delight delght a I marked change was mani manifested manifested inanifested ¬
fested from the first lrt application applctron I Ifavo Igavo Igave
gave the child a bath with wit Catlcura Catlcuraoap CnteuTs CnteuTsSoap
favo Soap oap using a soft sor softplece piece piec of muslin muln cloth clothThis clothThis clothThis
This I did twice tnle a day each time tmo fol following rollowing ol ollowing ¬
lowing with the te Catlcura Catcura Ointment Ointmentand Ontment Ontmentand Ointmentand
and at the same tme time tme gave the Resol Resolvent Reol Reolvent Resolvent ¬
vent according accordIngtodrectien to d dlectan Irecticns One Onebox Oneboxof bos bosof bx bxof
of the Ointment Ontment and two tw bottles of the theResolvent te tenesolent theResolvent
Resolvent together vita the Soap Soapeffected Soapeected Soapeffected
effected a permanent cur cure I submit submitthis lobmitthis submitthis
eected
this for publication plblcaton if i you iou desire hop hoplog hopIng iop ioplug
log it will wU wllladd add to toyoursuccess your success and nn nnasRIst nnasRIstso salst salstso 1t 1tEO
so many thousands thOlslnds of snffnrersiu sutArcrs In cir ciring c u uIn i r rInc
ing In Inc themselves Mus I B JONES JONESADDINGTOX JONESADDNGTO JONESAnDlNGTO
ADDINGTOX ADDNGTO IND Il J P T TTbe TThe TTile
The first frst step in the treatment trotcnt of the thechronic thechronic thechronic
chronic forms for is to reraove re ove the te scales scalesand scale scaleand scalesand
and crusts crst and soften softn the skin by bywarm byarm bywarm
warm arm baths wth with Cntlcnra Cutcnra Soap The Thescalp Thescalp rhe8calp
scalp ear eU1 care elbows handy ankles anke and andfeet andfeet andfeet
feet will v1 require frequently fequenty a a thorough thoroughsonking thoroughsonldn thoroughsonkin
sonking sonldn In order to penetrate penera the thick thickened thickened thickcued ¬
ened skin tkin and orer crusts crt with which these theseparts theseparts theseparts
parts are often otn covered Dry Dr care carefullyt cre carefully
fully and apply Cuticura Cutcura Ointment Ointmentlightly Ontent Ontentlghty Ointmentlightly
folYt lightly at first frst and where advisable ndvnble ndvnblespread advisablespread
lghty spread it it on piecs pieces or sot soft cloth nd ndbind ndbind
bind in place place Take ake the ResolVt ResolVtpis BesoiTLAt BesoiTLAtpills
pills or liquid in medium doses Do Donot Donot
pis not use lquid cold water I In b1thing btthing ad adavoid and andavoid
avoid cold rw raw wInds mndsCold wIndsI
bout the woi1d CUUCIw C0t1c031 Rtsolycsi 1c 1crttr
Cold I thro wotc RITa J
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4ena < tni for i li 1 v tG C1t CIWt utu2I eD
r INQUEkY Q HlXB EUN1I EUN1IBY torr7 torr7BY
BY THE BR1TiSH BR1TiSHEidencen BR1FJSH BR1FJSHEidenceaf
Evidence Eidencen of thetfrawlers Jh trawLers rs Being BeingTaken B BeingTaken ing ingTaken
Taken at Hull HullNOBODY Hul HullNOBODY
I INOBODY
NOBODY SAW AW JAP WARSHIPS WARSHIPSCAUSED WARSHIPSt WARSHIPSAzY
t 9 rs < ji AzY CAUSED CAUSEDHull CAUSEDWHEtVSNANIC
WHEtVSNANIC WHEtVSNANICc WHEtVSNANICHulIEngitnclol5The 1 c liuSS i N NIC NICi 4
f r
Hull HulIEngitnclol5The Enga Engand7Novr15 5he The inquiry inquirywhich inquirrwhich inquirywhiehGreat
which whiehGreat Great GreaB Biitain BiMitienducts t conducts ducts on her herownpoblilt het hetown
own ownpoblilt own bobtit ouRl laie 1n e Northea Qth i3ea ea Incident Jncidentbpjeuad Incidentreued incidentOTenoditodayT
bpjeuad OTenoditodayT reued stoday oday Vice Adnilral Adnirl Bridge Bridgeand Brfgc Brfgcnd Bridgeand
and nd Butler Aspinwall Aspinwal an admiralty admiraltycourt admlral admiraltycourt
court lawyer whowere who were appointed aPIolnt d to toconduct toconduct toconduct
conduct the inquiry inquir and whose wbosere report reportwill reportwill ort ortw1
will w1 form for form the basfs of the British BrItsh case casebefore ensebefore casebefore
before the t1c JnternatlQnal commission at atParis atPttris t tPuis
1erlHtQJJJ
Paris sat s t at a large table surrounded surroundedby
by maps maps showing the tle th Doggerbank and andthe andthe andthe
the North sea In front was an array arrayof aray arayof arrayof
of counsel counsl and ald government goermentofcials goermentofcialsThe officials officialsThe officialsThe <
The correspondent of the Associated AssociatedPress Asociated AsociatedPrss AssociatedPress
Press Prss learned leared at the outset that the theboard
board of f trade solicitors solcitors who have ha been beenpreparing beenpreparing beenPreparing
preparing the case cse have have found no evi evidence evidence evidence ¬
dence to suggest the presence presenc of the thetorpedo thetorpedo thetorpedo
torpedo boats boat among the fishing fshing fleet fleetThe feet feetThe fleetThe
The inquiry will wl therefore merely be bean bean bean
an amplification amplfcaton of the evidence at the theinquest theinquest theinquest
inquest and ld it will i be adjourned to toLondon toLndon toLondon
London Lndon in the course of ofa n few days daysthe day daysthe
the proceedings prceedlnl here being being confined confnea to toa toa toa
a narrative narratve of the shooting shootingDamages shootingDamages
Damages Daages Not Yet Assessed AssessedThe AssessedTlie AssessedThe
The assessment of damages which whichxvill whichc1I1
xvill 11 be dealt dealt with Uh in I London cannot cannotbe
be completed tmpleted for some SQe time tme as many manyof manyof
of the trawlers trwlers are still stI at sea seaThe sea seaTue
The findings fnings of the court will trill vl be sent sentto sentto sentto
to the board of trade and will wU be sub submitted submited submitted ¬
mitted mited to the international commission commissionIt commissionI
It I is not J0 likely Itel that they will wU be pub ¬
lished lshed before the commission commision com commences commences cornmenoes ¬
mences mences its is sessions sssions but with wih the ex exception excepton exception ¬
ception cepton of the amount amo nt of the damages damagesit
it can scarcely scc Scarcyadltow4t add apAQ > towhqtt whlt is already lr dy
known a careful ceful examination eatlnaton of ot all allthe al allthe
the witnesses in private having sub substantiated substntated substantiated ¬
stantiated stntated in all al essential essental details the thestory thestor thestory
story stor the fishermen fshermen originally original told toldAdmiral toldAdmiral toldAdmiral
Admiral Bridge Brdge started matters maters with wih
businesslike buslnessJke promptness promptnes briefly brlef an announcing announcing anflouncing ¬
nouncing te method of f procedure and andstating andstting andstating
stating stting that there thEre would be no nospeeches nospeeches nospeeches
speeches Various counsel representing
representng
the trawler trnIer companies ompaies and the victims victimsreceived victms victmsreceived victimsreceived
received permission to examine the thewitnesses thewitnese thewitnesses
witnesses witnese and Mr 1r Pirkford PICkford counsel for forthe forthe forthe
the board bard of trade summarized the
facts fact connected with the lamentable lamentableoccurrence lamcntablecurence lamentableOcurrence
occurrence curence saying sayng there was ndthlng
connected with wih the trawling trawlng fleet feet which whichcould whichcould whichcould
could possibly posibly account for the shooting shootnS
He added that in addition additon to the wit witnesses wItnesses witi1esse ¬
nesses to be called cled a a careful Inquiry Inqul
had ha been made among the entire entre fleet fleetand feet feetand fleetand
and the statements made made agreed in all allessential al allessential
essential essental respects resects Mr 1 PIckford highly highlycommended blghlycommended highlycommended
commended the pluck shown by the themen themen themen
men of the trawler Gull Gul in saving savlngtbe savlngtbewounded the thewounded thewounded
wounded from the sinking trawler
Crane Cre
Crenusia Russian nusia Consul Consl Present PresentThe Pesent PesentThe PresentThe
The Russian consul who was accom accommodated accom1odate aceomnrndated ¬
modated 1odate with wih a seat on the pltitform pltitformasked pbitor p tform tformasked
asked the first frst two witnesses witesses if I themen themenof themen themenof
of the te trawler fleet fee had ha reported see see11g ¬
lug 11g other oter warships besides the Russian Russianvessels Russianvesels RussianVessels
vessels vesels but apparently apparenty only the be Rus Russian Russi RusSian ¬
sian si n vessels vesels had been ben met metSome metSome metSome
Some interest intet was was added to the pro proceedings proceeding proceedings ¬
ceedings ceeding by the te introduction itrducton of a tiny tny
kind of trawler trwler Photographs Photog phs showing
the thela large lettering letterngand letteringand and numbers nuber on the thefunnels thefunels thefunne1s
funnels funels and aides sIes o ot o1 the trawlers trawler at attacked attaced attacked ¬
tacked taced were also also presented
preseted presetedsugsUn
A suggestion sugsUn 1bythThisd1honsu1 1bythThisd1honsu1that liy y the te ftussfarCconsul ftussfarCconsulthat ssr onsul onsulthat
that the te shelling sheIng was due to the traw tra tralers trav1cm ¬
lers 1cm falling faing to stop when blank shots shotswere shotswere shotswere
were fired fred and the fact that tat the lights lightswere lghts lghtswere lightswere
were extinguished etngseon on at least one onetrawler onetrawler
trawler is considered here to In some somethe somedege somedegree
dege degree eplan explain though not to e excuse excusethe cuse cusethe
the attack attck bj b the Russia Russians RussiansTRAWLERS rs rsTBAWEEBS n9TRWRS
TRAWLERS TRWRS FIRED FED PIEEBOCXETS PIEEBOCXETSPiobable SOCKETS SOCKETSProbable ROCKTS ROCKTSP
Probable P bable Cause CaUe Caiiseof of the te Mistake Mstake istake of the theBussians theusia theRussians
Russians BussiansSt usia
St Petersburg Nov 15 liA 13A A difference lference
has developed developcd between Great Britain Britainand Britin Britinand Britainand
and Russia over the th language languae of the thearticle theatce thearticle
article atce in the North sea aea convention conventionrelative conventon conventionrelative
relative reatve to the question queston of responsibil reponsibi ¬
ity iy At the t1e foreign office ofo it i is said that
Russia RuSia does not desire to in any way wayrecede wa wayrecede
recede from the basis of the the agreement agrement
but she proposes a modification modifcaton of the
language submitted submite in n Englands text
The admiralty adiralty it i Is understood con COl ¬
tended all al along aong that the International Internationalcommission Internatonal InternatonalommiSion Internationalcommission
commission ommiSion should huld confine confne its is inquiry
to the establishment estn lshment of the question questionwhether queton quetonwhelh questionwhether
whether whelh r torpedo toredo boats bats were off the
Doggerbank Doggerbak and and whether wheter in any ay event eventthe eventthe eventthe
the Russian Hussla ships were justified justfed in infiring Inr1S infiring
firing firingThe firingThe r1S
The Associated Asociated Press Pr89 learns that Vice ViceAdmiral VIceAdmIral ViceAdmiral
Admiral Rojestvenskys detailed dctaled report reportshows reprt reprtshows reportshows
shows that some shots from the battle battleships batte batteships battleships ¬
ships hit the Russian protected cruiser cruiserAurora cruiserAurra cruiserAurora
Aurora Aurra one of the th shells entering enterng the thewardroom thewardroom thewardroom
wardroom and ad wounding a priest who whoafterward whoaferward vlioafterward
afterward aferward died dl d at Tangier Tagier from rorn the in injuries injurIes inJuries ¬
juries which he sustained The Rus Russian Russian Russian ¬
sian admiralty admiralY contends conten4s that this is isadditional isadditona isadditional
additional additona proof prD of the good faith faih or ofthe orthe orthe
the vessels ves els which hich fired fred on what they they11ned
believed 11ned to be ttfrpedo tdrpedo boats boat not hav having havin haying ¬
ing in seen either elhcr the fishing Jshlng vessels vcsels or ortheir orthefr ortheir
their own own ships of the cruiser division divisionLieutenant dlvisionLieutenant divisionLieutenant
Lieutenant Ott one oe of the Russian Russianwitnesses Husslanwineses RussianWitnesses
witnesses wineses will wl swear positively posItvely that he hesaw hesaw hesaw
saw flames fames rising ritIng out of four funnels funnelsof
of a a lowlying lowling ship
Lieutenant Ellis Els another Russian Russianwitness RussianwItess RussianWitness
wItess witness who was wa in i a turret of the theRussian theRusian theRussian
Russian Rusian battleship batteMhlp Alexander III IIIsighted II IIIsighted
sighted 51Khte a gunboat gunbontbut but did dlc not fire fre He Hedeclares
declares decIare that he Is ii positive pslve he saw a atorpedo ator atOrpddoba
torpedo tor tOrpddoba do boat bpnt destroyer Gaptaln ptaln Clado Cladoalso Cladoal Cladoalso
also al one of the witnesses witnesse insisted that
he saw SIW two torpedo torpeo boats boatsaud and the depo depositions deposlton deposltios ¬
sitions slton pf the officers m erg of f the fle Russian Russiantransport Rusian Russiant1flhiSrt I
transport trlSIHrt Kamchatka KamchnUt3 soy they thc saw sawfour sawfour sawfour
four boats boatresemblng boatsresembllng resembling torpedo boats boatsA
A private privat letter Jeterfrom Ietterfrom from an officer otccr of the theAurora theAurora theAurora
Aurora expresses txpresses the opinion that the thewhole thewhole I Iwhol
whole mistake mistak was wa as du to t the roekety
fired fre by the thelahing fishing fleet fleetROYALPdRTUGUESE fleeLp fleeLROYALPORTUGUESEI eeL eeLROYAL
p
ROYALPdRTUGUESE ROYALPdRTUGUESEPAIR ROYAL < pORTUGUESg pORTUGUESgPAIR
PAIR AT PORTSMOUTH P PORTSMOUTHPortsmouth
1 1portsmouui
Portsmouth portsmouui England 7ft tov OVJ > v 15 15The 15Theking 15Theking The Theking
king and queen of ofPort Portugal Portu t l reached reachedPortsmouth reachedPortslouthtrm reachedPortsmouth
Portsmouth Portslouthtrm frqm rem Cherbourg Cherbou g and subse subsequently sube subequenty subsequently ¬
quently quenty p proceefl e oJ to AVlnilsor Y sor to re return retur return ¬
turn tur the theyIJ vlijj vIsUW1 tsTilch h tfinp Iin < in Edward Eward paid paidto paidto
to themat them at jLtsQoin Lran rSQIJast Jast year The Th vis visitors vIsItore Ia Iaitors ¬
itors whpi who boicosaf crJosfiftd the fe channel chl ek el In King KingEdwards KingEdwards KingEdward
Edwards 2 y ycit icht cht escort escorte4 > by half a adozen adozen adozen
dozen British Brlt hWaslps ovarshlps escorte jlfad 1ad an im imwhere Imolng Imposing
posing olng velopzmr it naval al1A headquarters headquarterswher 9 arters arterswhee
whee where thlctK thh eQtl tj or lorty for rty y warefftps wat 1ps Elabo Elaborately blaboratelv labo labora ¬
rately ra ratelv el dre dsdeykli < r sed pyUli 11buntn bunting had as asemled a aftmle aeixblei
ftmle emled < j JineIr f their fhe r1Jor tipnor No such naval navalthf navalpageant navdlpageant
pageant b hWi peerwUmssed ieeit Witnessed here since sinceth sinceth
thf th coronatloTilfeVi coronuiioli oronol 1viQw setfliw w The he Prince of ofWales ofales ofaies
Wales ales awaited tHeroyal 1h royal yacht acht at the theflofk th theioek
flofk lork yard yardctty Jetty jot Jnlmmolately Jind immediately after aftershe aier aiershe aftershe
she was wa moored he boarded her and In Inbehalf inbehal Inbehalf
behalf behal of King KJJg Edward welcomed King KingCharles KingCharles KingChar1e
Charles and Queen e Amelia AmeIa to England EnglandCOTTON EngJande EngJandCOTTON EnglandCOTTOM
COTTON COTTOM MILLS ILLSWI WILL WILLLIKELY Willll LI LILIKELY
LIKELY ll ELY STAY CLOSED CLOSEDFall CLOSEDFal
Fall Fal River Mass M8 Nov 15 15The The Fall FallRiver Fl FallRiver
River Print Cloth mills mis were reopened reopenedagain reopenedagfln reopenedagain
again agfln today tody to give gie the striking strUtng opera operatives operatves operatives ¬
tives tves an opportunity to return retrp But Butfew Buttew Butfew
few of the corporations had4 had4better had better luck luckthan luckthan luckthan
than than on yesterday and a a number number of ofmills otmms ofmills
mills were unable to keep their ma machinery marhtner maliinery ¬
chinery rhtner running and soon shut down downj downThe downThe
j The mill mf managers m agers ifc It is understood understoodwill undertod undertodwi
will wi pursue Pursui the present policy PDlICY for gr a a day dayor dayor dayor
or two and nnr should tbsieitOitsifail t Jtaf the theplant tw theiIaftt
trfut tIr1hit plant pJt will lrwd i be closed co1ed1gt again for or un in Jt intIr1hit
r < c J JU
U HE r B EA F ShBtVt GLYENBY A Y
1 tS NAilO RP Apl TO TH T THE H IlllfICfANS R tllf CI NS
Owe aU iV v t xy2ov J Vf i u 0 > 16 isThvego iw j g w l iee ieebud y et ethud >
hud 1 seon ebnothan n < 0rmanyjmenvvho4revso r nmen men WhOrcsO whoreso pr prOm I IInent
inent in public life life as were ere assembled assembledhere assemble assembledhete
I
hete today todayn in response rcsPne to to the invitations InlatIQn invitatiQosof
of Senator Platt to his hlsbuckhea buckwheat tb break brkfast r kl
fast fast Senator Depew congresstftSP conJr m state statesenators statest statesenators
senators st ator and assemblymen assembhme some accom accompajiied acco acconipapicd
pajiied by their wives wive were present at atthe atthe atthe
the Ahawga Ahawg house Senator Platts PliUs home homein homeIn home1n
in Owego Neither NeIher Governor OdelInor OdelInorGqvernorelect Od Odeii U nor norGQernorelect norGqvernorelect
Gqvernorelect HIggins IilgglD attended atene d the lat latter lattee ¬
ter being bing HI HIenator U 111enator
enator entor Depew was one of the after afterbreakfast afer aferbroktt afterbreakfast
breakfast broktt speakers In the course of a afelicitous afeUcIous afelicitous
felicitous feUcIous address Jeakers he said that thatSenator Senator I IPlittis IPI IPIttts
Plittis PI tts twenty years of leadership leaderhip will willstand wl
stand In political poltical hlgtory hl tor as unequaled unequaledin unjqualed unjqualedIn
I in Its it absence absence of jactlonal tactol strife within withinthe wlthlnthQ withinthe
the party par and the th glorious victories of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the party partRderrln partyReferring i iReferring
Referring Rderrln to tbs lh efection ef cionSenator Senator D Dpctw Dt Di Dipctw
pctw PQ asked What Wh elected Roosevelt RooseveltCAUSEDBY Roosevel RooscveltCAUSED A ACAUSEDBY
CAUSEDBY CAUSED BY FLQpD FLQpDOF FLO FLOUD FLOUDOF 9D 9DOF
OF RESOLUTIONS RESOLUTIONSEarly RESOLUTI NS NSEarly
Early Adjournment AdjoUnm it of off Federa Federation F deraw deraw1ion deration ¬
tion of ot jabor abor Convention ConventionWIDERANGE Conve ton tonWIDE
4 4WIDE
WIDERANGE WIDE RANGE OF SUBJECTS SUBJECTSv S SIJBJEqTS SIJBJEqTSSHORT BJEC S Sh
> I v S SSHORT
> h 4s 4sSHORT >
SHORT ADDRESS ADRS BY MICHAEL MICHAELDA7VTTT iICBLDAVITT
DA7VTTT DAVTT DAVTTt DAVITTo DAVITTSan i iSan
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San Francisco Frncisco Nov 15rThe 15 TJIe second seconddays seconddays secoflddays
days session sesion or the th convention conventon of the theAmerican themeriean theAmerican
American Federation of Labpr L abrupt abruptly ab ¬
ly concluded concuded shortly oortfS after af rthe 19r the after aftervnoon after100n afternoon upt uptb
noon 100n session was called to order today todayTJiIsrchange todayls todaylhlschange
TJiIsrchange ls change in the th programme progrmm wasne wasnecqssitated w wa 86 lie liecssltated
cqssitated cssltated by the flood food of resolutions resolutionswhich reolt resOIdtionSwhich ion ionhlch
which hlch poured in when Presldertt Presld rkGbm rkGbmp Gbm Gbmpars Gbmp4rs
pars p p4rs rs called caJed for these th s documents docue t In Il the thespace th thspace thspace
space of o a half hour sixtyone were werehnndetl w wQ wQbsnded r 1 1hmd
hnndetl hmd to Secretary Morrison They Theywlfere TheyWre 1 1re
wlfere re of almost every ever character that thatcould thatcQuld 1
cQuld effect cffe t trade tradeorgnlzatons organizations rang ranging rangIng ranging
ing from such 8UC topics topis as petty etl disputes disputeson dlputes I Ion
on union jurisdiction to such questions questionsas quesl ns 1 1as Ias
as womans suffrage sufrage and the exclusion exclusionof ccluslon i
of Japanese from the shores shoreoL of Amer Amerlea Amerlea
lea le The adjournment was taken that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the proper committees com itees might have the theafternoon theafternoon I Iafteron
afternoon afteron and evening in considering consideringthe I Ithe
the resolutions resolutionsMichael reolutons reolutonsMichael resolutionslitichaci
Michael Davitt Davit Present PresentBefore PresentBefore 1 1efore
Before efore adjournment dj u nment a b hi delegate saw sawMichael aw awMichael fJ
Michael Davitt Davit the th Irish patriot p tJlOt seat seated seats seatsed i ied
ed in one of the galleries galer gahleri s He Ie imme immediately imme immediately i
diately moved that Mr l1r < Davitt paylt be In Invited inriled ¬
I
riled totake to tke ke a j sSaj stat on ithe the the rostrum rostrumThe rostrumThe rostrumThe
The motion moU il was wasprolptly promptly seconded secondedand secondedand i iand
and cries crie criesof of Davitt D2vit were hoard from fromall fromall rom I Ian
all parts of the house houst Mr Davitt Davit was wasescorted wasescqrted I IescQrted
escQrted to the stage amid amid the cheers cheersof i iof
of those present He briefly brIef addresser addresserthe addre5 addre5the addresddthe
the convention conventon telling teln the delegates delegatesthat delegatesthat delegatesthat
that he was a in sympathy s Dpnthy with their theircause theircause I Icausc
cause causeReport causeReport
I
Report was made against seating seatingPresident setng setngPresidQt seatingPresldnt
President PresidQt Schardt Schnrdt of the Chicago < fed federation rederation ¬
eration eraton the federation federlonj having haIng been beensuspended bQenI beensuspended
suspended by the executive executve council councilConsideration cou councilConsideration nel
Consideration Consideraton of the matter was st stfor srtfor t tfor
I for tomorrow tomorro morning morningBrewery morningBrewer morningBrewery
Brewery Brewer Workers Scared ScaredThe ScaredThc ScaredThe
The executive exebutc council counci in its is report reportseverely report reportseverely
severely scored the brewery brewe workmen workmenand workmenand workmenand
and recommended that indorsement of oftheir oftheir oftheir
recomelded
their unfair list lst their label labl and their theirofficial theirotclal theirofficial
official otclal journal journ l be be withdrawn wlthdrhi and an that thatunless thatunless thatunless
unless the organization organizaton conforms to tothe tothc totheiruhings
the theiruhings I rulings rulngs of the federation federton that its itscharter itscharter itscharter
charter be revoked revokedIn
In the evening a great geat number of del delejgates delegates dclegates
egates crossed the bay to Oakland OaklandBurnetts Oakand Oakandwhcrc Oaklandwhere
where a labor or mas mass me incetin t 1y w3peld wa held heldBdrnetts
i irets <
1
Burnetts rets Vanilla VanillaLeaves Vanila VanillaLeaves
Leaves a a good g od taste taste in the the mouth It Itis i ItIs I
is pure and wholesome Dont be cheat cheated cheated cheated ¬
ed with cheap goods goodsBOLD gO goodsBOLD d
BOLD BANDITS TURN TURNA TURNATRICK A ATRICK ATRICf 1
TRICK AT WORLDS FAIR FAIRSt 1 1St
I Icomh
St Louis Nqv 15 15I 15It It has has just j st be become becomb ¬
come known n from the exposition
knO eo1ton police policestation plce plcestation policestation
station that two masked men held up upand upand upand
and robbed rbbe a train trin on m the te miniature miniaturerailroad mlnlatutriroad mlnlatursrailroad
railroad riroad at the worlds fair Saturday Saturdaynight Saturdnnight Saturdaynight
night in true west western rn n style securing securingmoney securln securlnmoney securingmoney
money and valuables amounting amountng to toabout toabout toabout
about 100 and then escaped ecaped The Thetrain Thetrain Thetrain
train containing the engineer and andthree andthree andthree
three passengers pasengers was wa making Jaking its last lasttrip lasttrip lasttrip
trip and was crossing crossJn a a deserted plot plotof plotof I Iot
of ground wh w when m n suddenly sudden two masked maskedmen maskedmen maskedmen
men with wih drawn revolvers appeared apjeared in inthe inthe i
I the the shaft shat of light lght thrown by the head headlight hea headlight ¬ I II
light liht and called caled to the engineer er to stop stopThe stopThe I IThe
I The train trin immediately came to a astandstill astandstill I Istadsti
standstill stadsti and while whie one robber covered coveredthose covere coveredthose
those aboard the the other oth r relieved releved themof them themof theniof
of their money and valuables valuabl Jacob JacobVannlch JacobVannlch JacobVannich
Vannlch a ticket tcket seller seier for the road roadwas road roadas roadWas
was as arrested areted today on onsUsPJ suspicionbut suspicionbutwas suspiclontbutwas lonbut lonbutwa
was wa released relesed orfbond orfbondFLEET o onbondFLEEIMAYHAVE I bond
I
FLEET FLEEIMAYHAVE FLEEIMAYHAVEi MAY lA V HAVE HAVETRIED o j jTRI
i TRIED TRI ED TO ESCAPE ESCAPEContinued ESCAPECContnuo ESCAPEContinued
CContnuo Continued from fr m Page lao 1 1treatment5ofthe 1tretme 1treatinelWoC
treatment5ofthe tretme treatinelWoC C or the dead ead warriors but butsuch butuch butsuch
such > uch an impression ImVlessi n would wou le be obviously obviouslyunfair obvIouslyunfair obViouslyunfair
unfair In the Widely separated tepnratcd and anddistant anddistant anddIstant
distant parts parts of the the battlefields battefelds w where whereOpportunities here hereopportunities hereopportunites
opportunities opportunites presented pies nted themselves thems lves for forthe forthe forthe
the exercise eercIse of humanity humaniy there has hasbeen h Msbeanof s sbeeof
been beeof beanof of course cours no means of knowing knowingexactly knowingexact knowingexactly
exactly exact wh what t may have happened happenedThis happenedThis happenedThis
This recognition recdgRiton by b both sides sdes how however however however ¬
ever of the benevolent care of the thedead tedead tiedead
dead still sti further marks the abandqn abandqnment abandqnment abandqnment
ment of primitive prmitve practices practces In warfare warfareThe wafare wafareThe warfareThe
The Vestnik in each issueannounces issueannouncesnViv iSUe issu announces announcestw announcesniv
nViv tw niv plans plan8 for the organization org nlzaton of of the thearJ tfcearmjv thermy
armjv arJ rmy indicating indicatng elaborate elabrte and thor thorough thoi thorough ¬
ough reconstruction reconstructon and reinforcement relnforoementSURRE
SURRENDER SURRE i EXPECTED EXPECTEDPort EX CTED
Port Arthur Garrison Grrison Unable to Re Resist Resist Resist ¬
sist Much Longer LongerHeadquarters Lo LongerHeadquartrs ger gerHodquart
Headquarters Hodquart J of tho Third Japanese JapaneseArmy Jupan JapaneseArmy se seArmy
Army before beole Port Arthur No 14 via viaFusan viaFusn vIaFusan
Fusan Fusn Nov o 15 l 1DeIayM Delayed Dclaye in trans transmission trns trnsmlsslonSph transmIssionSple ¬
mission mlsslonSph Spies and ltuslan5 Russians who whohave whohave whohave
have surrendered report that that ration ratloU In Inthe inthe inthe
the fortress tortres have been b n reduced The Thewounded Thewounded Thewounded
wounded found by the Japanese are areemaciated areemaciated areemaciated
emaciated emaciatedRussian emaciatedRUlan emaciatedRnsslan
Russian RUlan artillery artler shells shels partly party filled filledwith fled fledwih filledwith
with wih wood and which would not notplode ex explode dxplode ¬
plode have h8e been found This his shows showsthat showsthat showsthat
that the Russians Ru slans are short hor of material materialfor materai materaifor
for making heavy ammunition ammunitionThe ammuniton ammunitonhe
The he capture cpture of the eastern easter fortified fortifiedridge forUled forUledridge fortifiedridge
ridge will 1U mearitlife ean hc surrcnderof s rcd On i r Of the thefortre thetortre3 thefortress
fortress tortre3 3 in i n a couple coupe qf weeks w k unless unlessthe unJes unJesthe unjessthe
the Isolat Isolated Isolate isolatad
the garrison there retires retres tQ ¬
ed fort Srrson Ortfh Thin seems s ens improbable how however however however ¬
ever e and cold clc weather and the lack of offood offood offood
food and ad ammujYltlonTjender nmmllon 1 nder desperate desperateresistance desperatereistance desperateresistance
resistance reistance unlikely unlikelyWeather unUkel unUkelWeather unlikelyWeather
Weather Colder ColderMukden Colderlukde ColderMukdep
Mukden lukde Nov O 15 1 1TIicre Tlure was very verylittle ver verlttle verylittle
little lttle lighting fghUng In thIs thteiclnify vicinity on Nov No
13 and 14 1 The TI weather ealhr eathe I hi Is growing1 growing1colder growbigcolder
colder day by day ay and flurries lurr0 of snow snoware snoware snoware
are frequent freuent
Sunken Suen Ey Byeg Byegwith EyOwith s sil
with il U halfmoons harmoons u under nder them themThese te themThese
These tell te stories of
suffering sufering worry worryand worryand vorr
and nervedecay which whichnl all under understand understnd understand ¬
stand stnd This foe to good looks is isquickly isquickly isquickly
quickly dispelled dispeled by bthe the use of Palmo PalmoTablets PalmoTa IalnioTaIlets
Tablets Ta TaIlets lcts They Tey remove re1 e the te cause causerender causerender causerender
render the te eyes eye bright brght brain brin ht in clear clearand cear cearand clearaid
and nerves lcres calm Cease worrying worryingand w01ing w01ingan
and an loot lookand looknnd and feel feelycars years jc r ypunger Qune 50 50cents 60cent 50cents
cents lql 3hk Free Fr c imeTl filieS e1 R Foil FoilFor FCllC Feil1fti
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The e answer Is as a clear cJcaras as revelation revclallonrthe reclalon reclalonhe revelationhe
the he went pnRoosevelt pn nl Roosevel osevel as elected eleted Ropse RopseveltL RoosevolL oose ooseVe
veltL Ve Nopersonality No per parsonajity tat In American Amcricn public publicIjfe publc
ever stood tod out Quto sso distinct dlstlct in Indi Individual indlidual mdividual ¬
vidual characteristics chnrcteristc in emphatic emphatc traits traitspeculiarly trit traitspeculiariy
peculiarly pecularly hIs own own and nd In outspoken outsken con confidences contJdenc conP ¬
fidences tJdenc < s with wih the whole people pcople like likePresident lke lkePrecldent likePresident
President Precldent Roosevelt Roosevel The The qualities qualtes which whichhis whichhis whichhis
his enemies eemies caricatured cricature or anathematized anathematizedwere anathematzed anathematzedwerC
were the ones onfS which endeared edeared Wm to tohis tohis tohis
his countrymen countrmen He holds his commis commission cotmis cotmissian commissian ¬
sian freer from frQ pledges pledge or obligations oblgatons ex except except except ¬
cept to the people who elected elect d him hImL than thanany thanany thanany
any of his hi predecessors predecessorsNow predec predecessorsNow4 ors orsNow
Now my friends what of ot the te fu future fuure totore ¬
tore ure Upon the te ruins rins of the disintegra disintegration dislntcg ¬
tion ton of the Democratic Democratc party pat will wi arise arisean arIsean arisean
an organization oranizton built buit up by b resourceful resourcefuland resoureful resourefuland
and able agitators whose appeal appe l will wU be bediscontent bealscontent bealscontont
discontent alscontent gtators It I must mut be our ourtask task taskS that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there shall shal be a n minimum of discontent discontentand discontentnnd discontentand
and a maximum of satisfaction satisfactionSPELLBINDERS satsfaction satsfactionS satisfactionS
SPELLBINDERS SPELLBINDERSMAKE S PELtBI NDERS NDERSMAKflST 1
MAKE MAKflST LAST TALK TALKLarge TAlKLarge TALKLar9
Large Large Lar9 4Audience AudienceHears udi nce Hears iears RepuN RepuNJican Relub RelubJi Reub Reublican
Jican Ji lican anOrat Orators rs Ratify RatifyMANY Ratfy RatifyMANY
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MANY MA Y CHOICE SPEECHES SPEECHESOB3ECT SPEECHESGOvRNO SPEECHESGOVERNORLECT
GOVERNORLECT OB3ECT PROMISES PBOMISESJUSTICE PROMISESJUST
GOvRNO 1C
JUSTICE JUsi JUST ± b CE TO o ALL ALLHere ATTHere
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Here in Utah remarked r8 ked John JohnCutcr GiJ GiJCutler C CCutler
Cutler Cutcr we e have hait several classes7Mbr classes7Mbrmons1 claseMor claseMorm classesrrrnon
mons1 m rnon ms nonMormons nonMornon Socialsts Socialists and andCatholics andCath andCithclics
Catholics CatholicsThis Cath CithclicsThis lc lc16iS
This 16iS gem gem of argument axtimen unanswerable unanswerableIn unanswerble unanswerbleIn
In 1 n its is logic based b scd on proved facts fats and anddelivered andd anddliverei1
delivered d Uere1nthe in the inimitable inlmlablestle style of the thegovernorelect te thegovernoielect I IgoverOt
governorelect goverOt lect was wa the feature of the theiRepublican theRepublcan th thRepublican
Republican Republcan ratificatitih ratfcatbl meeting meetng at the theSalt theSaltLake theSalt
Salt SaltLake Lake theatre last night nightMr nightMr
Mr lIr Cutler Cuter before his address ad ress ended endedmade endedmade endedmade
made the assertion asserton that he would adI adsminister adIminister adiminister
minister the duties dutes of his office ofce with withjustice wIh withjustice
justice justce to all alMorons allMormons Mormons nonMormons nonMormonsSocialists nonMormonsScialss nonMormonsSocialists
Socialists Scialss and Catholics CatholicsThe Catholcs CatholcsThe CatholicsThe
The idea Ide of holding a political poltcal rally rallyafter rly rallyafter
after afer a patient patent public pUblc had been rallied ralliedinto rIed rIedinto ralliedinto
into semiconsciousness semicnsciousess through throgh thre three threeweary threeweary
weary months of campaigning capaging could couldhave couldhave couldhave
have been the result of nothing noting less lessthan lessthan Iessthan
than inspiration inspiraton It I was a a success successAppIause succeSBpplaus successApplause
Applause pplaus was frequent and the fact factthat fact factthat
that inalmost In almost every everInstace Instance it came cameat cae caeat cameat
at the right time tme is evidence that that thetaudience tel telaudience thataudience
audience was a refined refned and cultured culturedassemblage cultrd culturedassemblage
assemblage At the beginning the house housewas housewas
was well wel filled fled Many May remained remaned until untilthe unt untilthe
the end including fncudlnSJ Judge dge Bartch who whowas whowas whowas
was placed on 01 next to the last lat row of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the stage seats seat We would have havegiven ha hagiven havegiven
given him a a seat near the front trnt ex explained exIlained exPlained
plained one of the committeemen but butnobody but butnobody
nobody nobod heard him come tn tnEvery inEvery in inEvery
Every Sraootlerite Smootele of prominence was wasthere waathere as asthere
there to toslY say nothing ofBill of Bill I whose whoseburnished whoseburished whoseburnished
burnished burished dome glitteredin gltered glittered i Ifl the dress dresscircle dres dresscircle
circle crcle It I Is not known why Bill Bi was wasnot wa wasnot
not placed on thestage thestage nor or i iy by > y the theway thewa theWay
way wa does do s it i matter matterThe mattcrThe matterThe
The speakers agreed it t was a glorious gloriousvictory gloriousvJctory gloriousvictory
victory and that it meant meat something somethingWhile smethIng smethInghle somethingWhile
While hle they h y differed direred as ns to the th exact exactmeaning exactmeaning
meaning of it they were practically prbtcly pral3ticallyunanimous
unanimous unnimou8n in proving prving it meant much muchgrief
grief for those who lacked the neces necessary necessr necessary ¬
sary sr courage courge to get up ip and make mae a adash adash adash
dash for the outside air The five fiveminute fv fvminute fiv fivminute
minute speecheswereof speehes were of the custom customary customar customcry ¬
cry ar character harcter running all the wayfrom way wayfrom wayfrom
from nine to twentyfive twentyfve minutes He Hewould H Hould Heisould
would ould be a churl url Indeed who main maintalned malntaIntd maintamed
tamed taIntd that tht J th h < a pjpgigmme nqgzme contained containedtoo cntaneq cntaneqtQo
too little lte speaking Fourteen adult adultdoses adultdoses adultcloses
doses of f Republican spellbindery spelbindery is iscertainly If iq iqcertainly
certainly certinly sufficient sufcient for one evening eveningWhile eveningWhie eveningWhile
While Whie the speeches in the main were weretemperate weretemierate
temperate temJerte iy i character liberties lbertes were weretaken weretaken weretaken
taken with wih the language It I is i not too toomuch toomuch toomuch
much to presume that if Mr English Englishor Englsh Englshor
or Mr lIr Grammar Gramar or Mr Rhetoric had hadbeen nadbeen hadbeen
been there they would woud have been some somewhat somewhat ¬
what surprised if I not humiliated humiated by bythe bythe bythe
the extensive extens1e revising their work re received received ¬
ceived ceivedOutside calve ceivedOutside
Outside of the th C governorelect go verno releCt Judge JudgeBotkhi JudgeBotki JudgeBotkln
Botkhi Botki was gasily tJy asily the star st r of the they even evening evening evenlug ¬
ing Hi His cmp cpmpcehensivefrevlew hesierreview of the thebattle t e
battle batt of Missionary lOslQnar Rte produced producedso roduced roducedso
so o deep deel and Jd lasting lastngan an lmpresslonon lmpresslononnls impression on onhis
studious hearers that he was wa en enthusiatetlcally enthusia enthusiatically
thusiatetlcally thusia tfaly encored Blushing in incharming incharming
charming fashion the judge acknowl acknowledged acknowledged acknowledged ¬
edged the compliment complment and repaid his hisadmirers hisadmirers hisadmirers
admirers for their thoughtfulness tJoughtulness by byfighting byfghting byfighting
fighting fghting the battle batte of Manila Maia Bay In Inmost Inmost tomost
most intrepid manner It I was certain certainly ccrain ccrainly ¬
ly a thrilling thr1lng occasion occasionSenator occalon occalonSen occaslonSenator
Senator Sen tor Smoot Sm ot feelingly referred tohis to tohis tohis
his appointment as senator senat senatorplaced r placed plaed a abeautiful a a abeautiful
beautiful beautful wreath of immortelles ofImmortel on the thebrow thebrow thebrow
brow of Party Loyalty Lyaly hoped he hewould
would never live Jve to slap the face of ofthe otthe ofthe
the party paty that had befriended him and andaverred ad andaverred
averred that Roosevelt was a creatura creaturaso
so glorious that description descripton was re reduced re retucecl ¬
< duced to absolute abslute Insolvency InsolvencyState insolvencyStat InsolvencyState
State Stat Chairman Chalrman Spry Spr called the meet meeting meeting meetin ¬
ing in to rrder with a few choice chol e remarks remarkscullei remar remarcule remarksculIe
cullei cule culIe from 1om a large stock left lef in the thecampaign th thempaign thecampaign
campaign empaign book after afer the others otheJ had hadgone haqgpne hadgone
gone through it i He presented E IL ILCalHster H HCalllster
CalHster CaUster as chairman of the meeting meetingMr metng meetingMr
Mr CalHster Calster gave tongue to a few fewthoughts fe fethoughts fefrthoughts
thoughts and presented Smoot Fol Following FoII Following ¬
I lowing jn jtvorder order came came Governorelect GovernorelectCutler Goverorele t E ECutler
Cutler Cuter Colonel George B Squires SqulregGeorge SqulreGeorge Squiresgeorge
George Sutherland Louis Luis Cohn Con Con1rsman Conressman ¬
gressman 1rsman ressman Howell Howel Judge Botkin H Er ErBooth E EBoth EBooth
Booth Both James Jame T Hammond Hammond Judge JudgeChristopher Judgeohrlstopler JudgeChr1stopler
ohrlstopler Christopher Reed and Judge Frick FrickThe FrickThe PrickThe
The committee commitee was wa subjected to tomuch tomuch tomuch
much criticism cricism after the meeting meetng for forfalling forulng forLulling
falling ulng to place the names name of o the rer rermaining re rer remaining
maining r members of the party on the theprogramme theprogramme
membes I
J programme programmeEBICKSON programmeEtICXSON g mm mmECSON
I
EBICKSON ECSON NOW IN I LEAD LEADSanpete L LSapete LBAXSanpete
Sanpete Official Ofcial Count Wipes Out Liv Livingstons Lv Lvingstons Livingstons ¬
ingstons Majority MajorityFerdinand Mjort tajorityFerdinand 1 1Fer
Ferdinand Fer lnand Erickson Erickon Democratic Democrtc can candidate candidate ¬ 1 1didate
didate for f r Judge of the Seventh dJs district dJstrlctwas dintrict ¬
trict trlctwas was advised yesterday that the theofficial thcotcIal tbeofficial
official otcIal count of the vote of Sanpete Sanpetecounty Sapet Sapetcunty Sanpetecounty
county cunty gave him hl1 a a lead of 305 over W WD WD v vD
D Livingston in that county This Thisplaces Thisplaces Thisplaces
places Mr r Erickson two votes ahead in inthe inthe inthe
the district distrct and he believes b Uevcs his election electionis electon electonis
is assured Results of the official
Resls ofcial can canvass canvass canvans ¬
vass in San Juan and Grand counties countieshave countes countes1tove countieshave
have 1tove not been received but as a he has hasprofited hasprofted hasprofited
profited profted by the official ofcial count In every everyinstance everyinstance everyinstance
instance Mr Erickson Erickon is of the te opin opinion opinion opiflion ¬
ion that returns returs from the missing coun countieswill countewi countieswihI
tieswill tewi lncrse increase his lead l ad The Te race racebetween rce rcebetween racebetween
between him and Livingston L Ingfon hasprpved hasprpvedto haprpvei
to be the closest contest contestot of the kind in inthe inthe inthe
the bJsJ4jry hi higyofthestate higyofthestatevtT q of f the pIe state stateKepublican stateVOr
VOr vtT JN INJTAB UTAoUY UTAoUYepub1cn COUNTYJ COUNTYJepub1ican
Kepublican epub1cn Electors Average Aver ge Over
2200 Plurality PluralityProvo Plurlt PluralityProve
Provo Nov 20 15 15The The board of county countycommissioners count3 countycommissioners
commissioners comml lonerg completed the tc canvass cnvass oC oCtho ottho oftho
tho vote voteo of1 of Utah county last night about aboutin abut
12 oclock oclock or tte the 118 11803 voters otcr reglstered reglsteredIn regigtered regigteredin
in the county ll14i 117 or nearly ajii W per percunt percont percont
cont cunt voted votedThe vto r rThe q qThe
The vote for each nominee Is I as a fol follows follows foilows ¬
lows lowsPresidential lowsPreidental lowsPresidential
Presidential electors electorsE electorsB E W Wade R Rfe490 RG Rb490
Preidental
fe490 G 40 plurality plural 2217 227 Fred re rcd J KIesel D
4243 J 1 H I Zenger S 239 2 James A AMinor AMier AMiner
Minor Mier R R 64X 649 plurality pluraUy 2250 22 Samuel SamuelNewhouse SamuelNewhoue SamuelNewbouse
Newhouse Newhoue D 4240 A C JacDbson Jactbson S Sh Sh2H
235 2H 5 H P Myton Mton R 6469 646 plurality pluralty
2218 218 Edward H I SnOw D 4253 423 J W WMcGann WMcCann V VMcGan
McGann McGan S 238 238Representatives 2 238Bepresontatives
Representatives Represontatves to tngesoseph tngesosephHowel tongressJoseph tongressJosephHowell congress Joseph JosephHowell
Howell Howel Rf B 5972 59 972 plurality pluralty 1315 131 Orlan Orlando Orlano ¬
do lo o W Powers CD D 4657 467 W H Schock SchockS
S 187 18 Ogden lilIes Hlet CA A A 134 134For 134For 134For
For governor governorohn governorJohn John C Cutler Cuter R It 5S88 5S88plurality 58 5SSSplurality
pluraly plurality 1176 James J mes H Moyle D
4712 Joseph A Kauffman Kaufman S hiS 19 Wil William Wii11am Vl ¬
liam Ha M 1 Ferry err TA r TA 170 170For 170For 170For
For secretary sacetar of J state stateCares stateCharles Charles S Tingey
JR I C122 612 plurality pluralty 1724 L74 LevI 11 N liar Haros liarTisOn ar aronIPMJ9
TisOn Di4398LAvJh 3 lorter S 12 12Wa1torjniqs 2 2N
Wa1torjniqs N to os IS AY AYFElt rT SSft r t
16 6110liflirdlItp F FElt onIPMJ9 r ttWr statbLihuItoitJtAEdwnrds t n Irl61JcnWOCiSf1CDS n IG2IJdhn to c WUeIger4D mad 1 R R6110liflirdlItp J 1
44S9 4s Joseph McLachlan S Sr S2Ol 204 Lewis LewisFor
B Rogera 151 l5iFor
olerTA J
For 101 statctreasurer statcensurerames stateeasurerJarnes James Christiansen ChristiansenfR Chrstiansen ChrstiansenR
fR R it 6028 0 028 plurality p uraUY 1562 5 W V B Wilson WilsonD Vlson VlsonD
D 4465 16 Ole Arilsun ArUsln IS S 203 2 William WilliamW Vllam VllamW
W Armstrong A A A 14S 14SFor 18 145For
For For attorney atorey general gnerlM generalM M A Breeden BrcedenTt BreedenR
Tt R U 5T20 52 nliimlftv plQrIty plurality 1 12 1233 3S fSrsinfr Grant O t Ba Baey Bag Rap Rapley
Joy ey D 44S2 448 Charles Charl S E Randall Randal SO S SSauel
205 Samuel Sauel McDoweU 1fcDcw McD wd1I U A 134 13 134For r j jFor
For superintendent suprntend nt of public publc instruc instruction Insttc InsttctonA InstructlonA ¬
tion tonA tlonA A C Nelson R R 621k 211 2L plurality pluralt3
1784 1 Nathan T Porter CD D 4427 442 Claude ClaudeLewis ClaudeLewis ClaudeLewis
Lewis S 213Frank 13 Frnk Frsnk = R Christensen ChristensenCA Chrir nsen nsenA
CA A 123 123For1 1 123br1
For1 Fr br1 judge of the supreme court courDale courDaleN courtDaniel courtDanielN Daniel DanielN
N Straup St up R R C194 Gl plurality plurlt 1715 1715Charles 175 175Charles 1715Charles
Charles S Varian Varan D 4479 447 C C Good Goodwin GOo Goodwin ¬
win S 224 224For 2 I IFor
For representatives reIres nttve5 to the legislature legislatureEleventh legslature legislatureEleventh
Eleventh Eleventhdlstlcteore district districtGeorge Georse < Austin ustn R I
6153 615 maioritr maort 1557Joseuh 15j J se h TXBateman TXBatemanD T Bteman BtemanD
D 4596 45 JohnH Jon John cR H Wootton Wooton R R 628X 628Xmajority 6 6ajoriy 6285majority
majority ajoriy 1759 1759 L O Taft 452GJ 452GJGeorge 45CiGeorgo 4526f 4526fGeorge
George A Hone fR It EJ78 majority 1593 1593Lorenzo 1593Lorenlo 1593Lorenzo
Lorenzo Argyle D 45S5 4 S5 Grant Simons SimonsCR SimonSCR SimonSCR
CR 6169 majority 1690 I J A T Money MoneyD Mone MoneD
D 4479 4479For 4ITS1or f
For district judge Fourth district districtJphn dlstrlctJ ditr1ctTphn
Jphn J phn E Bqjoth tR R 6A1S 61 majority major maJority145t maJority145tSamuel t l45t l45tSamuel > I ISamuel
Samuel A King fD D > 4C62 4C62J 4 4For 4G2For
J For district attorney attorneyD D D Houtz RV RV56SS R B B56S8
56SS majority 620 William E Rydalch RydalchD
D 5068 5063For 5068For J JFor
For county count commissioner fouryear fouryearterm fouryeartermJozenhW ourcar ourcartermJosenhV
term termJosenhV JosenhW Dunn fR Ri 6215 major majority major1t ¬
ity 1t 1689 689 R R L Bird D 4526 4526For 4526For 4526For
For county commissioner twoyear twoyearterm twoyeartermA twoyeartermA
term termA A B Walker fR B 6162 majority majorityl570
1570 Edward Southwick TD D 4592 4592Sor 4592for I Ior
for or county clerk clerkElias Ellas A A Gee Ge fR fR596O RV R
5960 majority 1267 12 1 D H Robinson D
4693 4693For
For sheriff shcrlf1Je Jeeso so M r Harmon R ILrnaorlty
51932 majority 1079 George A Storrs Dl DlFor
4854 4854For For county recorder recorderlUward H3ward ardTJones ardTJonesCR 5T T Jones JonesR JonesIL
CR R IL 6212 212 malority 166G i W L I Worsen Worsencroft Worsencroft Worsencroft
croft D D 4546 4546For 4 4Fot 4546For
For county attorney attorneyRobert Robert Anderson AndersonR
CR R It 60O majority 1370 A A B Morgan MorganD
D D 4699 4699For 4699For 4699For
For county assessor assessorGeorge George H Lewis LewisfR LewIsCR LewisfR
fR 5974 5W4major1tYI181 majority maiorit11S1 1181 H P 3 Thomas ThomasD
D > 4793 4793For 4793For 4793For
For county treasurer treasurerMont Mont Johnson JohnsonR
R R 6010 majority 1271 Hyrum Jensen JensenD
D 4739 4739For 4739For 4739For
For cquntv surveyor suncyorFrank Frank Wentz CR R Rj 1
6211 majority 1675 George C Swan D Dt DFor 1
4536 4536For t 4536For
For county ount superintendent of schools schoolsLars schoolsLars sehoolsLars
Lars E Epsertson E 1ertson CR R 4631 majority majoritySIS
818 G N Child nonpartisan 3713 3713Justjce 3713JustIce 3713Justjce
Justjce of the peace Provo precinct precinctATA preclnctA
ATA A A Noon R 154S majority 532 Frank FrankA FrankAlfcGraw
A AlfcGraw A McGraw D 1016 1016Constable 101iConstableGEorge 1016ConstableGeorge
Constable ConstableGEorge George E IL Ross CR 1525 1525majority 1525majorIty 1525majo
majority majo ty 494 Wren Wilkins D 1031 1031Another 1001Another 2031Another
Another Celebration CelebrationThe CelebrationThe
The Young Mens Republican club clubwill clubwUl clubwill
will have a celebration tomorrow even evening eentng evenIng ¬
ing at 8 oclock The affair will be in inthe inthe inthe
the nature of a reception to the county countycommittee countycommittee countycommittee
committee Cigars and refreshments refreshmentswill refreshmentsw111 refreshmentswIllbe
will wIllbe be served servedHAS servedHAS servedHAS
HAS RENOUNCED RENOUNCEDCHURCH RENOUNCEDGHURGH RENOUNCEDQHURGIIOF
CHURCH QHURGIIOF OF ROME ROMEContinued ROMEConUnued ROMEtContlnued
Continued from Pace 1 1to 1 1to 1to
to satisfy satlst himself on the subject Rec Rector Rector Beetor ¬
tor OConnell tonight cabled Romefor Romexforinformation RomeforInformation RomeforInformation
information informationBishop InformationBishop InformationBishop
Bishop Spalding of PeorIa is in this thiscity thiscity thiscity
city to attend the meeting of the trus trustees trustees trustees ¬
tees of till university When Basked Baskedtonight 1askedtonight asked askedtonight
tonight If he could assign any reason reasonfor reasonlor reasonfor
for the Marquise des Monstiers action actionhe actionhe actionlie
he answered that he could not that he heknew heknew heknew
knew her only as a good Catholic and anduntil anduhtil andi1tll
until the announcement was made to today to today today ¬
day hid given no thought otherwise otherwiseIt otherwiseIt
It Is all a mystery tt me he said saidOne s saidOne 1d 1dOne
One official of the Catholic church churchtonight ch churchtonight rch rchtonIght
tonight attributed as a possible cause causetaking causetaking causetaking
taking the story to be correct the no notoriety no notorIety notoriety ¬
toriety which the university gained by bythe bythE bytli
the tli failure of Thomas A Wagrsaman WagrsamanUs
Us I treasurer by b which whi h the university universitysuffered universitysuffered universitysuffered
suffered considerable financial loss lossMUSIC lossUSIC
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MUSIC USIC AND A4DDRAMA A4DDRAMAThe DRAMA DRAMAThe
The Heart of Chicago was given givensecond 1 1seconll aseconfi
second performance e vat t tho Grand theatre theatreIzfst theatrel theatreldst
Izfst l st evening There will ll bo a matinee matineethis matineetij1s matineetl1s
this afternoon The he engagement will close closewith closeV close1th
with V 1th th another anot er performance Prro an e Uhs h15 evening eveningtThe evenlnThe eveningirhe
The sale of seats for ot Moxine Elliott In InHer incoHer Inier
Her ier Own Way IB in progress at the theSalt theSalt theSalt
Salt Lake Laketheat1e theatre The engagement opens openstomorrow openstomorrow openstomorrow
tomorrow evening arid conunues through throughout throughopt throughoJit ¬
out the remainder of the week From Frompresent Frompresent Fromplesen
present indications there will bo a large largehouse largeho largebousi
house ho us at each performance performanceiP
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iP P T Bannan advance ad nce agent for John JohndFishers JohnlFishers JOhncLF1sbers
dFishers < SairiToy Sarr ro company comp nywas1n nywas1nthe wasin wasintho was In Inthe
the city yesterday The opera op ra comes to tothe tothe totbc
the > Salt Lake theatre Wednesday Vedn 3daJ and andTlhursday aIldusday
Tlhursday 23 usday of next week weektThe weekThe ek ekVThe
tThe The Heart of Chicago the melo melodrama mblodrama 511210drama ¬
drama now on at the Grand will be lot folIdwed 101Idwed lotldpred
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and and most convenient funeral estab establishment establ1sh establlshrnent ¬
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New Ne York Nov No 15 15The The party of ofEnglish orEn ofEnglish
English En gJiSh capitalists cap tsts and other well wellknown wellknown i 2 2known
known Jer jperissohafges iondges who are to 0 make makean makean makean
an extendedtour extended tour of the country co cou i1tO lry as asguestsofJacob asguestsotJacob asguestgotJacob
guestsofJacob HsChtfr H Sch1fT ofTCuhn ofXuhnLoeb ofTCuhnLoeb 2 2Loeb
Loeb CotvlW CO4 i11 include Sir Ernest ErnestCastle ErnestCastle ErnestCastle
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hold of King EdwaRd 1 hvaid ot t England EnglandRobert EnglandRobert nglandRobert
Robert Fleming Max B Bonn B onn of Stern SternBros SternBros SternBms
Bros CoV C6 dand anA Valentine V lentin FlemingaUoC FlemingalLof Fleming FlemingalUbf
alUbf Lohdotu Lo London 1doo and General James H HWilson HVl1son HWilson
Wilson of this city cityIt citYIt cityIt
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cupy cup > about oneT oneTmonth oneTm month nth and i d will extend extendf extendtrom extendfront
f front roifl New Yprkto theiPacifio tM PacItlc coastand coasUandto
to t New NeOrl Orleans llDs Thepartywill Th The party will leave leaveby leacby leaveby
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willbe wiU be madeas m made de as a special trAIn The Thestart Thetart Thestart
start will be made m de on WednesdayJThey WednesdayJTheywill WednesdaTheyil1
will il1 jfl visit allthlT aUtii important rmp ip ltant cities cit1 s in includmer includlntt itteludng
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merits of Paracamph First Aid to the theInjured theInjured theInjured
Injured states that all you need to do dois dois doIs
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I i iLEGAL
LEGAL LEGALNotice L LEGALNotice GAL GALNotice
Notice to Contractors ContractorsOFFICE ContractorsOFFICE ContractorsOFFICE
OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC PtTBLICWorks PUBLICW PtBIJICWorks
Works W rks Salt Lake City November 15th 15th100lSealed 25th1904Sealed
100lSealed 1904 Sealed proposals will be received at atthis atthis atthis
this office until 3 oclock o lock p m Wednes Wednesday Wednesday ¬
day November 30th 1904 for the work workof workor workof
of constructing all gravel sidewalks that thathave thathave thathave
have been or may be ordered by bythe bythe bythe
the city council tram March 1st to De December December31st Dccember ¬
cember cember31st 31st 1904 1904Instructions lOOtInstructions 1904Instructions
Instructions to bidders together with withspecifications withspecifIcations withspecifications
specifications and forms for contract and andbond andbond andbond
bond can can an be obtained obtain d upon uponappl1catlon uponappl1catlonat application applicationat j jat
at the office of the board of public works worksor
or city engineer engineerThe engIneerThe engineerThe
The right is reserved to reject any anyand anyand I Iand
and all bids bidsBy bidsBy bidsBy
By order of the board of public works worksE
E A WALL W ALIs Chairman ChairmanGEORGE ChairmanGE1ORGE ChairmanGEIORGE
GEORGE W SNOW City Engineer EngineerAssessment EnslnoorAssessment EngineerAssessment
Assessment No No2 No2SILVERCOPPER 2 2SILVERCOPPER 2SILVERCOPPER
SILVERCOPPER KING MINING MININGcompany MININGcompany MININGcompany
company Principal place of business businessSalt buslne5SSat businessSalt
Salt Lake City Utah Notice is hereby herebygiven herebyg1ven herebygiven
given that at a a meeting of the board ot otdirectors ordirectors ofdirectors
directors of the SilverCopper King Min Mining Mining Miiilag ¬
ing company held on the 10th day of ofNovember otNovember ofNovember
November 1904 an assessment of three threetwentieths threeI threetwentieths
twentieths of one cent per share beln belnassessment being beingassessment beingassessment
assessment No No2 2 was levied upon the thecapital theca thecapital
I capital ca pltal stock of the corporation Issued Issuedand issuedand Issuedand
and outstanding and payable Immediate Immediatecompany Itnmedlately
ly to G H Backman treasurer ot the thef thecompany
f I company at the companys office No
324 South Main street Salt Lake City CityAny CityUtah CityUtah
Utah UtahAny UtahAny
Any stOck st ck upon which this assessment assessmentmay
may remain unpaid on Monday Dec 19th 19th1001w111 19th190i
1904 1001w111 will be delinquent and advertised advertisedfor
for sale at public auction and unless unlesspayment unlessJ unlesspayment
payment pa ment Is made before will be sold on oniirsn onMonday onI
J I Monday iirsn > latr the + h Qfh 9th rtflv day nf of January Taniinrv 1905 2205at I Iat
at 10 oclock a m at the office of the thecompany thecompany thecompany
1 company No 324 South Main street Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City Utah to pay pa tho delinquent delinquentassessment delinquentassessment delinquentassessment
assessment thereon together with lth the thecost thocost thecost
cost oC advertising and expense of sale saleG saleG j
G H BACKMAN Secretary SecretarySilver SecretarySilver SecretarySilver
Silver Bell Mining Company CompanyPRINCIPAL CompanyPRINCIPAL CompanyPRINCIPAL
PRINCIPAL PLACE OF BUSINESS 60S 60Sand 6O 6Oand
and COT Progress building Salt Lake City CityUtah Cil Cilrtah CityUtah I
Utah Notice NoticeThere There are delinquent upon uponthe uponthe
the following described stock on account accountof I
of assessment assessm nt No o 10 levied on the 7th day dayof dayot dayof
of October 1904 the several amounts set setopposite setopposite setopposite
opposite the names ol the respective respectivestockholders rQSpecUvestockholders rqspectlvestockholders
stockholders as follows followsNo tollowsNo followsNoof
No Noof of No NQ Nqof NqofName of ofName ofName
Name Cert Shhres Amt AmtG AmtG
G H Backman 226 500 250 250Baroness 250Baroness 5Q 5QBaroness
Baroness A P Cedar Ccderstrom Cederstrom Cedarstrom
strom 258 1250 1 0 0Baron IJS IJSBaron oi5Baron
Baron Rolf Ceder Cederstrom Cederstrom Cederstrom
strom 25D 1250 O 623 623Agnes 6SAgnes 625Agnes
Agnes Dahlquist 2W 500 250 250L 260L 25 25L
L Dahlaulst 256 5000 2500 2500Albert 2o00Albert OO OOAlbert
Albert J Elggren 173 260 130 1SQAlbert 130Albert 130Albert
Albert J Elggren 201 600 250 250Horace 250Horace 250Horace
Horace S Ensism En51 i 25 5J 3000 1500 1500Horaco 1500Horaco 1500Horace
Horaco S Ensisn 61 SO IY 45 45S 45 45S 45S
S C Fernstrom SS 1COO OOO 500 500Peter 500Peter i
Peter Gunderson 15 2600 2 1250 1250John 125ItJohn 1250John
John Halvorsen 76 1000 500 500John 500John 500John
John Halvorsen 140 2000 1000 1000John j jJohn iJohn
John Halvorsen 203 1000 1 000 500 5coJohn 500John
John Halvorsen 205 1COO 500 500John 500J 500John I
John J Halvorsen 223 23 300 1500 1500John 1500John
John Halvorsen 224 2000 1000 1000John 3000John 000John
John Halvorsen 231 5500 2750 2750John 2j 2750John 50 50John I
John Halvorsen 243 t3 5000 2 2500 2500Joseph 2500Joseph < X XJoseph >
Joseph A Halvorsen 221 1000 500 SOOUlls 500NUs 500Ils
Ulls Ils Hansen 271 271W 5000 2500 2500Nils 2500Nils 2500Nils
Nils Hansen 272 5W 2 500 500W 2500v CO COW
W v P KIser 177 5000 2500 2500Thomas 00 I IThomas IThomas
Thomas XLarkin J Larkln 52 2000 1000 1000Thomas 1000Thomas 1000Thomas
Thomas J JLnrkln Larkin 78 00 SO SOThomas 20Thomas 30Thomas
Thomas J JLarkln Larkln 79 1000 500 500Thomas 500I 500Thomas
Thomas J Larkin L rkln S5 500 500Thomas 250 250S7 250Thomas 250Thomas
Thomas J Larkin 87 1520 1520Thomas 760 760ThomasJ I IThomnsJ
I Thomas ThomnsJ J Larkin t 93 2000 2000Llnd OOO 1000 1000Lind 1000Lind
Lind Ling 116 300 300Gust 150 150Gust I
Gust Ling 27 500 500Gust 50 250 2506S 250Gust 250Gust
Gust Ling 4 i 6S 1R 07 07R 000h 000hGust 071kGust
Gust Ling In 110 55 55Aug 55Aug
Aug Ling 51 500 50 250 250Aug i iAug
Aug Ling roo roooj 15 E O OR 071 071H
R R Morris 351 oj 2000 011 > 000 l000B 000R
R R P Morris MorrisR m 206 6 401 > 2000 2000R 2000B
R P Morris MorrisN 222 g 2000 oo 1000 1000N 1000N
N J Meaghor i iJohn 220 20 2000 2 JOO 1OO 1OOJohn 1000John
John McKenna McKennaM 53 100 100V IU 50 50c
c M Nielson NielsenTheo V 245 200 100 100rheo 100Theo
Theo Nvstrom NvstromTheo N strom 166 1000 lOOO 500 500Theo 500Thee
Theo Nystrom NystromNanle 191 191000 2000 2000iss 1000 1000Nanle 1000Nanlo
Nanle N Pyper PyperNanieN iss 110 65 65Nanle 55Nanie
NanieN Nanle N Pyper PyperToel 142 H 500 50026S 250 250Noel 250Noel
Noel Toel Pratt PrattEvan Prattn 26S 1000 5 5Joseph 500 500Joseph
Joseph C Sharp 261 7 10CO 500 500Evan 500Evan
Evan Stephens StephensEvan A 7 330 330iol 11 11Evan 165Evan
Evan Stephensi Stephens i iol 6000 M 31100 31100Evan 3000Evan
Evan Stephens 135 3000 3000Wm 1500 1500Wm 1500Wm
Wm Ins VIrgo 253 70 3 3WntTns 375 375Wm
Wm WntTns Jas Virgo 2j 255 250 10 10And 125And
And In accordance with lawand law and an or order orderot order ¬
der derot of the board of directors made on the the7th the7th the7th
7th day ot October 1904 so somany many shares sharesnecessary sharesot
ot each parcel oJ 01 sUch stock us ma may bo beneessarr I Inec
necessary nec ssllrt will be sold s O1d Jd at the companys companysCity companysoffice
office nt1tfZ Progr Progresa s5 btockUn Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity I
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