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fqPpey ESTABLISHED JUNE 6 1870 PRICE PBIOEFiV TTffE CENTS CENTSSAJT Df She Metals MetalsCopper MetalsSliver
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SPECIAL WATER COMMITTEE I ISPEAKS Ir
r A SPEAKS SPEAKSTO SPEAKSTOSets TO TAXPAYERS TAXPAYERSSets
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Sets forth Forlh Reasons Why PI Plan nUnder Under Discussion DiscussionShould Ois DiscussionShould ussion ussionShould
Should Be Ratified at the Polls PollsCitys PoIso PoIsCitys
o 1 1CitysWater
Citys CitysWater Water Supply to toBe Be Increased Fourfold F oUr fold From FromMill Mill Creek CreekBig CreekBig CreekBig
f Big and Little Cotton Cottonwoud CottonwoodSpring wood Sprng Creed CreeIeature < FeatureAbandoned FeattreAbandonedMoney Feature IeatureAbandoned
Abandoned AbandonedMoney Money to Be Spent at Lake
I
1 1 HE committee named to 0 prepare the theaddress theL
L THE I address to the taxpayers txp era of the thecity theelt thecity I
city elt on the water problem com completed cornpeted ¬ I Ipreted
pleted iH i II u labors yesterday afternoon afternoonThe ° fl flL I IFIhe
L The address is given en herewith In full fullJt fullIt fullIt
It bears 1r the signatures of all il the men memlrs mtDl menr
lrs l rs e f the t h committee with the excep exception exceptiO exceptfii ¬
r tion tiO r A J Davte He attended nqne nqneof nqnef nqneof
of f tii t ommittee meetings meetingsTh meetngTh
L Th rport was wa prepared by the he sub subouinivtiu Bubomnl subOIfllflit
ouinivtiu omnl I composed omr ed of Mayor K itlor P PMUD
MUD 1 lor or is i State tcltl Engineer A F Doremus Doremusand Doremusand DoremUaid
and Attorney Franklin S Richards Richardswith lUchardswith RChVdSvith
with John E Hansen acting ae secre secretary seeretHry secretuiry ¬
tary When completed at 2 oclock yes yesterday yestrd es estfrday ¬
terday trd afternoon it was wa submitted to totin totll totiti
tin full cnmmltt < ommitteec in session e tiun In Attor AttorJiy AttorIfY Attory
Jiy IfY y li Jilhurfll T < hardri office ottk Those f present lJre nl in in8fidlMi inddll iflII
II 8fidlMi ddll Hr > r 10 o Mttsrs Morris Doremus Doremuslihhiis DotmusHieh DoemuF
F lihhiis Hieh 1th rj and Ijanaen ltn en were ere John JohnflarK JohnIark JohnlarL
flarK Iark 1 1 SalIsbury W to Mont Ferry FerryKulnu Ftrl FtrlHulon4 FerryuIoii
Kulnu Hulon4 uIoii < WellK Ven 1 11 S s FernstronJ Fern trom Nephi NephiL
1 L Morrra George A Whitaker and andrge andnr andorge
< > nr orge < rge e D Dean After some minor minormndiflcations minormodlftcatlons minorrnnd1teatIon
mndiflcations the motion to adopt adoptmade adoptmade adOptmade
made by Rulon RulonS S Wells ell and seconded secondedby 4econdedby
by W Mont Ferry carried c rrted by unani unanimous unanll ¬
l mous IOU8 vote ote and the signatures were at attached attalhed atw ¬
w tached tachedThe talhedThe tahedThe
The chief modification made in theplan the theplan
F plan a Aft I originally submitted lIubmI ttecl to the thec themmittee themmitte
c ommittee mmitte Is that Spring creek is elimi eliminated ellmiIAttd elimiited ¬
nated The money proposed propo ed to be ex expMided CXned e e3vn4ed
pMided ned for the purchase of this prop properly propr proptrty ¬
erly r y and the erection of a pumping pumpingj pumpingJIant pumptngplant
j plant > lant is devoted in the address to im improvements ImJlfOVements Improvements ¬
provements at Utah lake All the other otherImportant other2mportant otherinportant
Important features ot the original plan planincluding plan1IduUn plan1iiudtng
including 1IduUn the 150000 liO oo sewer s wer for the thesouthern UeFnuthm theF
F southern and western part of the city cityare cltrs
I are s n retained retainedScope ttaJnedvi retainedScope
vi Scope of o the Plan PlanThe PlanThe 1lanThe
The ttnal plan Ian as provided for in the thepatress thedtln8IJ theI4resa
patress is J to secure 32342666 gallons gallonsper gallonsWI
per i WI CI day at the th lowest owet stage in the year yearIrom yeartram
tram 1 rom Big and Little COttonwood and andMill an anfill andTi1I
Mill fill oreak making with the present presentsupply preeentuiply nt
supply 111 from Pity lty creek Emigration Emigrationiii
iii 1 111 l Parleys Pal ys 42000900 gallons per I r day dayi
II i low v YAter > ater mark The present pr ent sup supply suppiy sup3iy ¬
ply In a loixwOOO daily daU at the lowest The Theivatmr ThtatPrIlIJlI Theatrpr
ivatmr atPrIlIJlI atrpr upply in Utah lake available for forth fort forlh
th t h w fir f the t he city eft is placed Iaced at 203280 203SO1lj 03SOftq
1lj 0 caiton every twentyfour hours hoursThe hOUMrrhe hourThe
The items tm of f cost co t in the proposed propo d plan planin
in 01 n v i 1 us s fullows fuLl s In the address addressOmiluit addreannduit addressofltltjjt
Omiluit from Big Bi Cotton Cottonwood wood 350000 300000lo 350000Powr 3500001oc
Powr lo 1oc plant l l1t in Parleys 4 4Vork 4GOG 4GOGYork 4QOtVork
York at rtah lake OOOOO 200000Il OOOOOr
Il r i p ptiirs i to tl City tty canal 20000 20000jxt toOOOJ
jxt J xt xtenIo f1111101t i ton 8C f city main H 190000 190000onfsr 100000lny
1011 lny < onfsr paid farmers Carmenm C rmes in exch ex exehtne 1tme ng 50001 500011ower 5O0Gtown 000 000iiwpt
1ower own riphte etc OWJJiietneering OW OtO1mmeerinlf 000LJgtneerIng
JJiietneering pretimmary 17 worte5 WOIktc woi1ctc >
tc u ttI I
Total 40U00 40U00FULLTEXT0F1HE aw 08 o oFULL
FULL F FULLTEXT0F1HE FULLTEXT0F1HEADDRESS U TEXrOF F t THE THEADDRESS I IADDRESS
ADDRESS TO PEOPLE PEOPLETo I ITo
To tbe Properts laxnayers of Salt Lake LakeMty Lakec LakeTIe
c Mty it itTIe
TIe city council < havIng ha1n ordered a spe spee pe
< < eeIon e e < ik tlon > n to b be held Jan 3 1906 for forpurpuee fortw forof
tw < purpuee e of submitting to the qualified qualifiedr
r t rs the proposition of the Issuance of ofJi orI ofli04iO0
Ji I li04iO0 < OC09 9 4 pr cent nt bonds bo with tth which to tobt toIit o ohl
< > bt i In mwtiey mui1 to secure a permanent and andHUiuatp andiclUottt andS4ute
HUiuatp water supply ana to make nec necsjry neeI nect
t sjry s ry sewer extension eKtfn fon it is deemed d med ad adfek adthia I
< fek k tt J this adjrrss be given the theHirJ thefti
HirJ fI1 5tt It t posibte pn lb J1U Publicity llclt among the p IWo IWoto > o oto I
1 to be affected The advantage AdvRnta that thatwill thatwlll thatft
ft will accrve to Salt Lake City Ctl and county countyfavorable countyrv
J y > favorable rv < mb action upon the momentous momentouspir momentousPlfon momentouse4ion
pir Plfon e4ion ttion Involved invoh < are eo ntanifoki and so soluiitiifast 110Iwt souiftt
luiitiifast Iwt lifdt and the objections so few and andru andl
ru 1 l iTroundlena that there can be no doubt doubtf
f < to o tbe th outcome of the issue when the thetMyers theb thet
tMyers b t x III P5 shall aha 11 have passed upon the theat thenf theflp
< nf < at t tbo th ool1Ia ool1IaT ooPr X > 1L 1LT
T x success or the plan means a greater greaterSi
Si R s Lake a larger and richer city citythe citythepr the ther I IJDannl
JDannl pr > r natwnt solution of a problem that has hasnt ba ba2nieId
iml4 nt d4ld d d the growth and progress p of our ourfor ourt ourDr I
< t > for Dr many man years ear one that now threat threatMis th at I
Mis ru 1 te hall Its expansion t altogether alt thr un unit unIt unIt
> it snail be satisfactorily fCatl factorfly disposed dislO of ofTin ofhi
Tin 11 hi mean n of solution are finally flDaIl at hand handt
1 t 1 emaiufi t only for the taxpayers to rat ratl ra t tHv
l Hv ry y tHem t That done the future fulu of Salt Salte SaltYk
Yk J Like Lt City will bf a assured Naturally NaturallyI
rr I e eVy oy citixen will 111 want to know just what whati hat hati
i > s i 14OlHMWd < rt > nosed what the thlIt tbecItys citys abilities abl U are aren arewhat
n < what tIt cost will be On ail of oftber oft oftl
tber t tl hf points hr will be given en only ac accur AClIrU acIrIt
cur lIrU it Information based upon otflflal otflflalT offtlall offtlallt
T Tf a t nls and obtained from the most con conservative eonne ¬
servative licra ne ve sources sourcesWhat 1COu 1COuVlhft sourcesV1htt
What the City Can Do Dot Dotl1cer
t tl1cer rider the law the olty olt has the right to toborrow toborror tor
r borrow w for water artificial Hglit Jt ltt and and2wer
2 2wer Wee improvements the sum of JU2WOOO JU2WOOOThr 19000Pfhl LG 000 000Thc
Thc proposition pIOJJ that the city council COUl1 < n has hasord ha haordcftd hasrbred
ordcftd ord f d to be voted upon Is for the beau IMSUnu IM IMlnC beauIflnp
nu Iflnp f 91000000 In bonds of which sum sumA sumi um umi4
> A i4 > OQ9 Is i to Iwr he utilized ut taed In securing a per perriiiii pt pertsIent r rT
T riiiii Ilenl nt wnij wn 11 KUitply several vera I times the therolume theuhlm theoItme
rolume of o vliul hal wi now no have and 156000 1i001lr 156000lor 0000 0000fer
lor se I the he southern and western westernpart westrnpart I Ipart
part If iI > f f h I dty ity an improvement that thatvon thatvo
von vo 011 id j i vomo wO than useless u le8H unless s more morewat morel morewat
wat l r is = tIlTAd > rur d to make it effectual effectualBj eftttualB I
Bj B wjy WJ jV ir f information the taxpayer tax > r will willpr wiltprol willprolihv
pr prol prolihv lii ask k specifically aJly < how the interest Interest3J4 t tj
j JK u III > IH 1 h riind rti on this < issue of bond and andwbetlicr andh andnhslirr
wbetlicr h it t means mea 8 an increase in taxation taxationThe taxationrhe taxationrho
The tn Inwer nsw e r will doubtless s b t raore pleas pleasins pleasn pleaang
ins n ng than t he imagined It may be stated statedfirxt 8tatedfint stateduirsi I
firxt of I all that no increase e of taxation taxationis
is 2 cmtemplated An examination of the therecords therecorda therecords
records of the waterworks department departmentcovering derartmentowtD departmentoverfng
covering a long period of years proves provesoncioervely provesonc1MtYe1y provesoncIestvy
< oncioervely that the revenues in that thatbranch thatllraneh thatbran
branch bran h of the municipality alone are aremore aremore aremore
more than ample to pay tbe annual inter intercat Interst intereat
cat st of the proposed propo ed water bond issue Be Befiklea 4ooi B Bthese
fiklea i lM < these revenues rev nu are constantly constantl In Increasing Inreasing Increasing
creasing at a rate exceeding S per cent centeach centih centaeh
each ih year and that too in the face of ofitii otIi
itii 0 Ii 1 Inadequate water wa ter supply and retarded retardedprowth retardedJrowth retardedgrowth
growth in population pq ulatlon The figures fi urfS which whichfollow w which1llow ch chfollow
follow entirely justify the conclusion that thatwith thatWlth thatwith
with a numerical augmentation of people peoplean
an increase e in wealth and property Im Improvement Improvement haprovement ¬
provement and consequently a greater greatertaspaying jlfre8tertaxpaying greatertaxpaying
taxpaying capacity that there will be a aFt at anih
nih > Ft t ill greater revenue from this thl depart department department departneflL ¬
ment mentWhat
What Municipal Ownership Does DoesFor Doesor DoesFor
For or several veral years past there has iap been beenapplied befl1npplled beenfippibed
applied a sum averaging ov over r SSOGO 0 an annually 11l1uaJly a ¬
nually 1 ualy for watar service betterments re ¬
demption dt > mpton of scrip increase of o water waterworks w waterworks ttr ttrwork ¬
works stores and reserve fund every cent centof centor centof
of watch baa been derived from the de department departJDfnt departinent ¬
partment itself lt which at the th same me ratio ratioafter ratiostter ratioafter
after paying the 31000 WW0 interest 1ntr t on the pro probonds uroTh
bondS will leave a m marn n or ieoo ieoorha OO
Th The water revenues beginning b Anl < with the toeyear theyear
year 1 1900 are as follows followsI
1 I 1100t 597S i8 G Gf
f 3 3901 01 1 J02S1032 101slo
1 3908 oe 106388 l TO TO112J6STO 111l 111r
l 1900 112J6STO 112J6STOAr 1 o o1tri
Ar 1tri r l i the t th h records ds of ISM 04 disclo d i the fn fntionn 1 intretiliS I
trr tretiliS till fad that there will bf a ropClr iroprtiOflLt ropClrfiona
fiona increase in the same deitdnmom deitdnmomthis
this t bt rar ar Surely SurfI such a showing as a s Hits Hitsphould hishoulr1 htsphoiLui
phould Inspire the taxpayer taxP Yfr wltto wft 1tb full ull fflI fflIfidlhp < on onffdeiu i ifIdII
ffdeiu > in the ability ablllt of the th waterworks waterworkssystem WHt waterwkssystem cwurh cwurhIisff
system Iisff > m of the city 10 t 0 support Itself In Including in ¬
cluding the th paym paymH m of the th interest intere on onth unth onthe
th the vrn uroposed 8M bond istiu i tlJc an and l l Ie lfttvr u ve a aJiandgomo a1and6om ahandSOme
handSOme annual margin in addition that thatmust thatnlust thatmust
must grow larger lar er with wit h the yoaw pa4 and andAnother antiwhich andwhich
which should be appljv to the he Tifmp
S tion or the bonds thlmPis thlmPisAnother thmvrAnother
Another important nt fa fat < t to rr rlmmbr > m Mnb < > r is isthat itthat isthat
that at the very ver outset rt the th annual drain drainthat dnliuthat drahuthat
that has been made upon upoh the waterworks waterworksfund waterworlolfund waterworksfund
fund f fr r iKtt bttermeflts > rments will oewsc This ThisJilgW Thh41g1t1 Thi4hIgbT
JilgW 1g1t1 d < lshabl ilabl condition will 111 l IN is > o ma mail miuli1OSi101 mailposeitIh < f fpOSfitil
pOSfitil ° tv I the rovinior pro lcior thni It r Miirs a apromit aproJt1ot apr0mr
promit pr0mr 1 xr rni1itiire < If < if SW S1lI4I > Xi to make all allaccessary allneceasaJl iItnecessar
accessary imirovemetits uArovrmeLh heretofore under un underp er err ¬
r
taken > n and carried out In piecemeal ash fashion lashfun ashlun ¬
ion ionCITYS lunCITYS funCITYS
CITYS PRESENT SUPPLY SUPPLYPROPOSED SUPPLYPROPOSED
PROPOSED IMPROVEMENTS IMPROVEMENTSProviding I
Providing I water r for a city that h la sit situated situnted ¬
uated uat hi the very very heart of this rainiest rainiestregion rainlessregion
region is a work fraught with lth difficulties difficultiesunHOown dUncultlunKIIOW1l diffIculteaUCKOOwU
unHOown to other places Iaces Many problems problemsmost problemamust problemsmust
must be solved for which there Is i no noprecedent JlOpr noprecedent
precedent pr edlut for a guide Originality there therefore therefore therefore ¬
fore becomes b omes a necessity in dealing with withmany withman withmany
many man matters that are inseparable from fromtbe fromthe fromthe
the question of F providing an Increase in inthe inthe Inthe
the water supply of o this city cl Due al allowanoe atlowance
lowanoe ahonla be made for this by the thetaxpayers thetaxpayerli thetaxpayers
taxpayers who are culled upon to decide decidethte dpchlethl decidethis
this Important question a question which whichInvolves whichInvolves whichInvolves
Involves the growth and greatness of the thecity theClh thecit
city cit V
The present pr ltt water supply of the city ell is isderived isderlvfd isderived
derived from four separate > sources These Thesesources Thf8eou Thesesources
ou sources and the quantity of water that thateach thateach thateach
each supplies daily during the season of ofminimum orminimum oftninimun
minimum flow are as follows
Gallons GallonsCity GallonsC1ty GallonsCity
City creek 4ftU34 4ftU34Emigration 4a 41StEmigration > 11t 11tEmbrat1on
Emigration creek 1000000 1000000Parley 1JO001Pares 1JlOOOYPazieys
Parley s creek 4202740 4202740Utah 4 4074UI 7w 7wltah
Utah I tah lake reservoir reservoirTotal 43609000 A3IiOOCOOTotal 43609000Total
Total dally supply supplyOf 58564874 58564874Of
Of this Utl total dally dan quantity only onl the thecreek thecreek thecreek
creek water 100MS74 lO S74 gallohs is suitable suitablegallons suitablefor suitablefor
for drln drInkn n 1he remainder 4S5 4Si6O00O 4Si6O00Ogallons OOOO OOOOsaUons
gallons which comes from the Utah lake lakereservoir lakeru lakereservoir
reservoir ru is sulted only for irrigation and andkindred andkindred andkindred
kindred uses The creek water comes Into Intothe IntoUle intothe
the city clt from the mountains through three threeseparate threeseparate threeSeparate
separate and substantial conduits conduitsPour conduitsFour conduitsFour
Four Districts in the City CityThe CityThe CityThe
The distribution system comprises four fourdistricts fourdl fourdistricts
districts dl tricts or zones known as the lower lowerthe lowerthe lowerthe
the upper the Thirteenth street and the theCapitol theCapitol theCapitol
Capitol hill districts respectively re pectivl The Thelower Thelowtr Thelower
lower and the upper districts are each eachsupplied each8UPIUed eachsupplied
supplied with the commingled waters of ofx otParles ofParleys
x Parleys i icj n Emigration uiiu niiiun uiiu and Cft City ny CFBUKS creeks The Therhlrtcenth TfleThirteenth me meThirteenth
Thirteenth street and the Capitol hill dis districts dlsril18 distriets ¬
tricts are both supplied from City creek creekexclusively creekexCJuslvel creekexeluahely
exclusively exCJuslvel
The 111 Utah lake reservoir water is isbrought isbrOuKht Isbrought
brought into the city eft through an open openchannel openhllnllll openchannel
channel known as the Jordan and Salt SaltLake SttltLake SaltLake
Lake City eSt canal The water from this thissource thissource thissource
source is used for irrigation partly by b the thefarmers thetarmers thefarmers
farmers in exchange for Parleys Purlf s creek creekand crollcand crookand
and partly through the system of irriga irrigation Irrigation irrigation ¬
tion ditches which ramify the city elt eltAU
AU the creek water comes from the can canyons canItnd canons ¬
yons ons nn Itnd l is distributed by gravity thus thusinsuring thusn8lfri
insuring n8lfri the least possible cost for car carriage carrIage carriage ¬
riage and distribution distributionThe distribution1h distributionThe
The 1h reservoir water originally ran out outof outor Outof
of the lake into Jordan river and through throughthe
the canal to the city by b gravity but dur during durlilt durlug ¬
lilt the th last three seasons it has been beennecessary beennOOI8 beennecessary
necessary nOOI8 Rryto to pump the water from the thehike thelake tholake
lake Into the river channel on account of ofthe oftile ofthe
the water in the reservoir having receded recededtom reccdJdto
tom to point below the level Ilnclor of the rivar rivaroutlet rharoutl rfsarotitrot
outlet outl otitrotS t
S tBetter Better Water Is Needed
So far as s quantity ie considered ike ikecitys teetty c ceftys
citys etty s present pres t water supply is sufficient sufficientfor
for many man years to come The greater por portion portion portion ¬
tion of the water however is not of the thequality theQUanty thequality
quality required for or general use and tbe tbeueed tbewed thefond
wed Is therefore of more water of the therequired UleNquired therequired
required quality
On account of the dryness of the cli climate climate climate ¬
mate and the consequent need for a lib liberal liberal hiberal ¬
eral use u of water In lawn and street streetsprinkling streetprlnkltub streetsprinkling
sprinkling it lias been estimated that a adaily adall adaiiy
daily dall supply of 300 gallons per capita is isnot i8not isnot
not an excessive requirement and should shouldbe
be made m de the basis for determining dctermlnln the thecitys tbeIltY8 thecltys
citys needs needsOn n neeiOn 8 8On
On this basis ba is it is clear that the citys cityspresent cltrspretlenl cityspresent
present supply of potable water 10004 10004S74 10001sa 10004S71
S74 gallons non8 Is only about half enough to toproperly toproperly toproperly
properly supply the present preR < nt population populationSuch populationSuch populationSuch
Such a condition points out more plainly plainlythan plnlnlythan plainlythan
than words can possibly do the need for forearly forPArI forearly
early and united effort to supply this de deficiency deficltnc defieieney ¬
ficiency ficltnc and at t the same time provide In Ina Ina init
a reasonable degree for or the future growth growthand growthanI growthand
and anI needs of the city cityIn clQIn citylii
In considering any plan for relief r lhf from fromthe fromth fromth
the th condition that confront us the tax taxpayers taxJNl taxpayers ¬
payers JNl trs should keep in mind the facts factsthat factsthat factsthat
that wherever we go the vatv wt r supply supplyhas 2upplyhas uppiyhas
has already been appropriated by y others othersand othersand othersand
and cannot be 1 taken by the city clt with without without without ¬
out Just compensation Lthat that the ho sum of ofmoney ormonpy ofmoney
money which It Is proposal Iropo iirotiosed l to expend expendfor xp > nd ndror
for increasing the water suppiy Is only onlyISoeeoO onl onlSfI only0qp0
ISoeeoO SfI and that there is I no oracUeal oracUealwny ora ornetteatWRY UA I Iwnv
WRY by b which this sum can be materially materiallyIncreased materiallYIn materiallyIncreaced
Increased IncreasedCosts In IncreacedCosts ttM1 ttM1Costs
Costs Money to Buy Water WaterIf
If water is I purchased the price of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th water mu must > t Include the value of the theland th thland theland
land and all appurtenances upon which whichthe wblchthe whichthe
the water at te I now being bfoin used To take takethe taketh takethe
the th water fronj the land Implies its degra degradation dA 40gmdatlon rA rAdatlon ¬
datlon and the tll practical destruction de tnlctlon of ofall orall ofall
all improvements that are upon it itIn HIn itIn
In case of condemnation the obligation obligationto
to provide the price of the water taken takenwould takftnwould takenwould
would not be removed nor could the loss lossof hoesof s sof
of time and increased cost due to such suchprocedure suchp suchprocedure
procedure p edlrf be avoided avoidedin I
in addition to the price of water tt that thatmight thatmight thatmight
might be procured through throu h either pur purchape purcbaf purchase
chase or condemnation there Trust bo boprovided boprovldM hoprovided
provided a gum sufficient for the Con Construction constru Construction ¬
struction stru tlon of a conduit In which to carry carrythe cthr cthrtbp clvythe
the acquired water from its source into intothe Intoth Intothe
the th city Ilt and it i is absolutely impossible impossibleto tmpos lbl lblto <
to accomplish both bot the purchase pur < ha l1nd nd the thecarriage theCtlrri8 theearring
carriage Ctlrri8 p of f the needed water with Hh the thesum the8Um thesum
sum of ofMILL S S5 000 000MILL OOOMILL
MILL CREEK AND COTTON COTTONWOODS COTTONWOODS
WOODS HAVE AVE FINE SUPPLY SUPPLYComing SUPPLYComing SUPPLYComing
Coming into the th valley allf from rom the l 1f near ¬
by h mountain on the east are the several severalstreams seVeralstresms erAI erAItreams
streams known a u Mill Creek Bis BI Cot Cottonwood Cottonwood Cottonwood
tonwood and Little Cottonwood respec respectively respectively iespeclively ¬
tively The water from IIm each of these theseBtreantR theseatreem thesestreams
streams Is of well known plirlty and i iso 18 Isso
so situated that it can b be brnjgfet brJ ht Into Intothe Intotht 1nt 1ntthe
the city elt by gravity through throu h works which whichwill whichwill hleh hlehwill
will cost co t infinitely less than those need needed needed needott ¬
ed to bring in an equivalent equlah nt > supply from fromany froman fromany
any an other possible po lbl source Bit Jt the th wa water watr wetsr ¬
ter from theae t streams has already alreJi y been beenappropriated bfofnapproprlated beenappropriated
appropriated and IP used by a large targenumbe JalRnum largenumb <
numb num > of individual to Irrigate Irri ate 11 con considerable considerable ¬ I Isiderablf
siderable area a a of high priced < hind that thatlies thatHe thatlies
lies He adjacent adia t to the city It This water watermust watrmust watermust
must therefore be cquivvd before It Ituse IU IUu Itsus
use u us by th the city ctt cliv can be made puoeible puoeibleFrom puesibleFrom UlltlbJeF
From F rom careful c tUt and repeated r measure measurement JRfQUrfmntl measurements ¬
ment It has ha been 1Jf n ascertained rtalned that the thedally thtdall thedaily >
dally dall supply uppl of water whicn hkn these source sourceafford sourceatford souresafford
afford in MflBonH of lowest lo > t low is I as asfollows ASrollow asfollows
follows followsMill rollowml followsMill
Mill ml Creek rfOek S831211 ti gallon gallonBig plioBI ganousItIg
Big BI Cottonwood 178K3i gallons gallonsLittle gallonsLittle 110M 110MLltU
Little Cottonwood od 7827S67 gallons gallonsTotal AlloMIotal gallonsTotal
Total daily supply supply3L420l attlttt gallons gallonsIt
It is proposed to acquire the th wttei from fromthese fromthese fromthese
these sources and so make available for forcity forelts forcity
city U use during times of lonvesr Int flow flowtbe flowthfll flowthe
the following fonowln dally dltll supply of notable Va water Vater vatom ¬
ter terPresent terPr8 tomPresent
Present Pr8 nt supply 10001 ttl K I gallons gallonsIncreased JlonsJ gaJonsIncreased
Increased J supply 8234rOR5 gallons gallonsTotal gallonsTotal
Total I dully d supply SUIply4234740 42t7iIO 47540 gallons gallonsAt IJIJO aIIons 8 8At
At < ihe he estimated rate > of 300 0 gallon gallontally JflUontal gallonslIiIy
tally tal or > r aplta this would provide amply amplyfor amplyfor amplyfor
for the tft needs of at teft JtoAttt t double our pres presritt presnt preshit
ritt nt i ItOPlJlaUon > nulation and so relieve the pros proscot prosrnt proscot
cot unfortunate condition < a All wOlIafl well v > as pro provide proIdf proside ¬
vide Idf in a reasonable manner tor Or thV tb fu future ¬
tore That It H I practicable Ita < cabl for the city cityto Citvto cityt
to t acquire this additional quantity of ofpotable ofpotable r rJnttI
potable water and cnnrtr CODR eoarjet Jfl ct u conduit conduitfor
for bringing it into the city at t a cost in inmoney InInonpr Inire000y
money not to exceed 830000 available availablefr
fr r water < trrsuppy supply purnoeee l w shown by bythe b blh bythe
the lh following statement of facts factsJBCow f1tsHowWtJter factsBow
Bow HowWtJter Water Can Be Got GotTi GotTv4btrc1aof GotTtMblrda
Ti Tv4btrc1aof TtMblrda 4ontla of th land upon rvhch xhI 1 this thistvaltr thistrait
trait 1 altI te now tksetl ed I IitM > s below tu t h citys citysContinued
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SUBPOENAS FOR FORMANY FORMANY FORMANY
MANY WITNESSES WITNESSESWanted
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Wanted to Appear Appearat at Smoot In Investigation Investigation Investigation ¬
vestigation at Washington WashingtonS WashingtonMARSHAL VashingtonMARSHAL
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POUR OF THE LIST OP THIRTY THIRTYIOUND THIRTYFOUND THIRTYEOUWD
FOUND YESTBRDAY YESTERDAYSUBPOENAS YESTBRDAYI YESTBRDAYSUB
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iUBPOENAS POE AS for witnesses in the theSmoot thoSmoot
SUBPOENAS SUB 0 Smoot ease have readied United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States States Marshal B B Hijywood and andre andare andare
are re being served a as rapidly hIJy as possible possibleIt
It Is understood over thirty thlr y subpoenas subpoenashave subpoenashave subpoenashave
have reached the marshal The wit witnesses wltnetl3es witnesees ¬
nesses are widely distributed over the thestate thiJstate thestate
state so that it iv j a gigantic task to toreach toreaeh toreach
reach the persons wanted in time to totriable tonabe toeuabe
triable them to arrive in Washington Washingtonon
on the day set setDec Dec 12 1Marshah Marshall Hey Heywood Heywood Heywood
wood and bis deputies s are busy bus and it itis itIs itIs
is believed most of the witnesses will willhave willhave willhve
have been served by this t ls evening eveningwhich eenin eeninwhich eveningwhIch
which would allow sufficient time Um to tomake tomake tomake
make the trip to Washington WashingtonAmong WashingtonAmong VashlngtonAmong
Among wellknown men for whom whomsubpoenas whOmsubpoenas whOmsubpoenas
subpoenas have been received are areApostles areApostles areApostles
Apostles Heber J Grant John Taylor Taylorand Talorand Taylorand
and M F Cowley Cowle Testimony from fromJohn fromJohn
1 John Nicholson chief recorder of the theSalt theSalt theSalt
Salt Lake temple tEmp o George Reynolds Reynoldsone
one of the seven presidents I r 8h1entB of seventies seventiesand seventiesand
and clerk < of the church Bishop Robert RobertI RobertMorris
Morris of the IQleventh word J H Ht HHamlin HHamhlLi
I
t Hamlin the painter and J H Wallis WallisIs VallisIs
Is alto ub desired desiredApostles d deslTedApostles SlredApostlts
Apostles Taylor and Cowley Cowe are un understood lInderstood anderstood ¬
derstood to be in Mexico Apostle He Heber Ber Heher ¬
her r J Grunt is supposed to at the head headquarters headquarters headquarters ¬
quarters of the European 1 uropeun miftjion iw iwLiverpool hiLlvlrpool iiiLiverpool
Liverpool Messrs Nicholson and Roy Reynolds Re Renolds Roynolds ¬
nolds were in f Salt Luke yesterday but butwere butwere
I were not found by b the th marshal Mar Marshal Marshal ¬
shal Hey Heywood wood made several visits J ts to tothe tothe tothe
I the offices of the two men at church churchheadquarters churchheadquarters churchheadquarters
headquarters during durin the day and called calledat
at their homes in the evening but wasunable wasunable was wasunable
unable to see them or to ascertain ascertainwhere 8ficertalnwhere ascertainwhere
where they were He expects to serve servethem servethem servethem
them today todaySubpoenas todaySubpoenas todaySubpoenas
Subpoenas For Women WomenSubpoenas WomenSubpoenas WomenSubpoenas
Subpoenas have been issued for a anumber anumber anumber
number of women Mrs Fred A Ellis Elliswan EllisWll Elliswas
wan found at her home 74 North First FirstWest Firstmest FirstWest
West street lastevening1 Iastev mlng An effort to toserve t tj toI
j serve a subpoena upon Mrs Irs Nell Claw Clawson Cla Clason Clawson
son Brown at the home of her father fatherBishop CutherBishop fatherBishop
Bishop H B Clawson resulted in the thereceipt thereceIpt thereceipt
receipt of information that she had not notbeen notbeen notbeen
been there for four months and nd that thatthe thatI thatthe
the family famn does doe not know where she 13 13It igIt isIt
I It is believed Mrs rs Brown in Canada CanadaMrs CanadaIrs CanadaMrs
Mrs Irs Lillian Hamlin Cannon another anotherwitness anolherwitness anotherwltnesti
witness desired is understood to be in inCanada InI InCanada
Canada CanadaMessrs CanadaIessrs CanadaMessrs
I Messrs Nicholson and and Reynolds it is isbelieved Isbelieved Isbelieved
believed will be expected e < pected to testify as asto asI asto
to temple records concerning mar marriages marrlllg marriages ¬
I riages rlllg etc It Itis is thought Mr Hamlin Hamlinand HamUnand Hamlinand
and Mrs Ellis who is understood to be bea bea bea
a widow of the late Apostle < Abraham AbrahamCannon AbrahamCannon AbrahamCannon
Cannon will be queationed as to plural pluralmarriages pluralmarriages pluralmarriages
marriages Mr Hamlin is a brother of ofMrs ofMrs ofMrs
Mrs Lillian Hamlin Cannon CannonThe CannonThe CannonThe
The nature of the testimony expected expectedfrom expectedI
I from Bishop Morris and from Mr Val WalISs Waits ValhO
its who hO is a 3 shoemaker ShO r3t at 417 South SouthFifth SOUt11Fifth SouthFifth
Fifth East street is ISriot > riot knownInquiry known ImownInqulr knownInquiry
Inquiry at the Saltiaka Saltkahtldra 0dr reE reEApostle w p pApostle f fApoatie
Apostle Cowley Cow1 y drew drewfOffb fCrrth a state ¬
that the family does not notknow notknow
know kno his address or when he will re return rern return ¬
turn turnART turnART rn rnART
I IUtah
ART EXHIBIT EXHIBiT EXHIBITAT AT OGDEN OGDENUtah OGDENUtah
Utah Institutes Annual Picture PictureShow PictureShow PictureShow
Show Opens For One Week WeekTomorrow WeekTomorrow I ITomorrow
Tomorrow TomorrowThe
The Utah Art institutes anrtUal exhibi exhibition exhibition exhibition ¬
tion of paintings sculpture decorative decorativework decorativework
work etc opens at lt the Carnegie library libraryin IIbrar IIbrarin j
in Ogden tomorrow and will continue for forone forone forone
one week This fhl is the lheJiilxth sixth affair of ofits ofit I
its it kind held under the institutes aus auspices auspicas ¬
picas and comprises an art exhibit a atate astate 1 1state
state tate art collection and a course of public publiclectures I Ilectures I
lectures on art All Utah resident artists artistswere artistswere
were Invited to hang canvasses or show showspecimens HHowIIpeclmlns showspecimens i
specimens of their work and a large largenumber largenumber
number have accepted the opportunity opportunitythis opportunltthis I
this year yearThe yearThe yearThe
The rules governing the exhibition in inoriginal include Inelude
elude a lrovl8iOn provIon that all works must be beoriginal I
original orl nal and another that the right is isreserved isreserved isreserved
reserved to withhold any award It the thebest thebeMt thebest
best work exhibited is it considered by b the thejudges thejudJes thejudges
judges to be of insufficient ln urtlclent worth worthAmong worthAmong worthAmong
Among the t he prizes to be awarded are a abronze abronze abronze
bronze medal of honor to be beglven given for the theI thebeat
I best t work of art whether wllt thr exhibited by byI b bre byresident
I resident re or nonresident nonre ldent of this thl state the thei thestate I
i state 8tat > prize of 4900 to be given qtven for r < r the best bestpainting bcstalntln bestpaInting
painting by a Utah resident artist the thepainting thepainting thepainting
painting to become bt the property of the tlieAlice theAlItf theAlice
Alice art collection colll ctton > Several other cash cashprises cashprizes ashprl
prizes prl of le less value have been offered offeredI offeredThe offeredThe
I The governing board at this years ear ex exhiWt exhibit
hiWt will consist of George M r Ottinger Ottingerpresident Ottitlftrpresideftt Ottiugerpresidefit
president S T Vhltaker vice president presidenti presidentFIrs
i FIrs Irs Ednit Edn Wells Sloan secretary H L LA r rA rA I
A fulmer turner treasurer trl > a urer Mrs 1I6 Alice Merrill MerrillTlie MerrIllHome I IHorne
Horne Alan L Love Losey IOld L A Ramsay BamsayThe i if
The f following committees will w 1 act Ex Exhibition Exbibitlon ¬
hibition committee S T Whitaker Mrs MrsE IrsE MrsE ExI
E W Sloan and Alan L Lovey Love Lecture Lectureship Lectureship Lectureship ¬
ship committee H L I A Culmer Mrs MrsJ
J MeVlcker and Professor J H Paul PaulAlice PaulAlice
Alice art collection committee L A ARmsay oARlCmsay ARimsay I
Rmsay Lewis S Hills and Mrs Julia JuliaRawlins K KBawling l lRewhine
Bawling
If IfLAND
LAND FRAUD CASES CASESArguments GASESArguments CASESArguments
Arguments Begun in Behalf of the theAccused theAccused theAccused
Accused AccusedPortland AccusedPortland AccusedPortland
Portland Ore Dec 5 ZThe The argument argumentdf
df counsel for the defense in the lend Inndfraud lnndfraud lendfraud
fraud case commenced today Lawrence LawrenceF
F Puter of Eureka Cal brother of one oneof oneot oneof
of the defendants being bein the first firstspeaker firstspeaker firstspeaker
speaker to liddress the court and jury juryon juryonbeha1f
on onbeha1f behalf of the persons accused by bythe bythe bythe
the federal government of a conspiracy conspiracyto
to defraud the government of public publiclands pUbliclands publiclands
lands The speaker eaker held that the gov government government govemnment ¬
ernment has failed to make out its case caseagainst caseILgaln caseagainst
against ILgaln t the prisoners and attacked the thetestimony thetestimony thetestimony
testimony of the governments princi principal prlnciIal principal ¬
pal witnesses aes Montague and Heldecke Heldeckeas
as being unworthy of belief Counsel Counselclaimed Counselclaimed
claimed that the principals in the de defense deen defenee ¬
fense en e were wt > r Innocent purcnasers of the thelands thelands thelands
lands and not responsible respon lble for decep deceptions d deceptions ep eptions ¬
tions practiced upon them and an that the thepersons theP750h15
persons P750h15 rfIOn whom the government claims claimsare ClurnsaTP claimsare
are fictitious are living human beings beingswho belagwho bein beinwho
who actually went upon the th lands in inquestion Inquest
question questionJudge quest in inJudge J JJudge
Judge ODAY went before the jury jurythis jur jurythis t tUti
this Uti morning to defend himself of cer certain certain certin ¬
tain aspersions thrown upon him by bywitnesses bywltne bywitnesses
witnesses wltne tes for the government He at attacked attacked attucked ¬
tacked the efforts of the government to toconvict toconvlCt toconvict
convict the defendant In sarcastic vein veinJudge veinJudte veinJudge
Judge ODay ODaym will finish this afternoon afternoonSECOND afternoonSECOND afternoonSECOND
SECOND INDICTMENT INDICTMENTAuburn INDICTMENTAuburn INDICTMENTAuburn
Auburn Cal Dec 5 5The rThe grand grandjury STandjUl grandjury
jury jUl t today brought in ht ii an Indictment Indictmentagainst tndlCtm indictmentagainst nt ntagMln
against agMln t Adolph Julius Weber Y bet for the themurder 1e 1emurdt1 hemurder
murder of hi h hie father Julius Weber WeberYoung WreberYoung rebcrYoung
Young Wober TpbPI appeared in the superior superiorcourt supprloreourt superiorcourt
court today to plead to the previous previouscharge previoUlchane previouscharge
charge of having murdered his mother motherbut motherJUt motherbut I
but JUt the tb transcript of the evidence tak taken takat taken ¬
en at the preliminary examination t not notbeing notbpln notbpin
being bpln ready rood an adjournment was tak taken taken Inkep ¬
en until Wednesday WednesdayINJUNCTION WednesdayINJUNCTION
8 II IIINJUNCTION
INJUNCTION DISMISSED DISMISSEDPueblo DISMISSEDPueblo j jPaeblo
Pueblo Cola Dec De 5be The injunction injunctionproceedlncs in1uncUoonroeeedings Injunctionproceedings
proceedlncs brought by John A Martin MartinDemocratic MartinDt MartInDemocratic
Democratic Dt > I ofratic candidate for to senator from fromItieblo frumPueblo nm nmPueblo
Pueblo against a lnsl Governor G tInBr Peabody an anti antilit an1otnir < l lth
lit otnir th her r members of f the state t t canvassing canvassinghoard canasslnghllnrcl canvassingIsarl
hoard was a ts dismissed di mio td by Jud Judge e Voorhefla Voorhef VuorhocsIn
la the district court today tuda J
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UTAH SENATORS SENATORSIN
IN Ir THEIR SEATS SEATSBoth SEAT SEATBoth
Both Remembered by Friends FriendsWho FriendsWho FriendWho =
Who SentFlowers
HOWELL WAS NOT PRESENT PRESENTARTICLE PRESENTARTICLE
4 4ARTICLE
ARTICLE BY DUBOIS ON THE THEMORMON THEMORMON THEtIORMON
MORMON CHURCH CHURCHSpecial
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Special to The Herald HeraldWASHINGTON HeraldW HeraldI
I < SHINGTON Dec 6 iUtah Utah was wasnot wasnot wasV
WASHINGTON W V V not represented on the house side sideat sideat sideat
at the opening of congress today todayRepresentative toda todaRepres todayRepresentative
Representative Repres mtatie Howell not having havingreached lmingreached havingreached
reached the capital < On the senate side sideboth sideIroUl sideboth
both senators were present and in the thegeneral thegeneral thegeneral
general greeting and hand shaking shakingwhich shakingwhich shakingwhich
which marked the assemblage of the thesenate thestl1ute thesenate
senate both Kearns and Smoot re received recEted received ¬
ceived hearty welcome from their fel fellow fellow fellow ¬
low senators In the elaborate floral dls display dlspIa dlsplay ¬
play pIa which has become the chief fea feature fC4t fejttbre ¬
ture t re of the opening day da in the th senate senateboth senateboth senateboth
both senators were w re remembered by byfriends byfriends
friends Kearns desk was ornamented ornamentedwith ornamentedvith ornamentedwith
with a handsome hanjIsome bunch of delicately delicatelytinted delicatelytinted delicatelytin
tinted tin ted chrysanthemums while Smoot Smootwas SmootWas Salootwas
was almost hidden from view iew by two twotall twotall twotall
tall bouquets of roses His neighbor neighborSenator neighborSenator neighborSenator
Senator Heyburn was also almost in inconspicuous incGn inccnsplcuous ¬
conspicuous cGn plcuou9 because of an immense immensebasket immensebasket immensebasket
basket of flowers which loomed above aboveand abovend abovenatl
and beyond him himThe himThe himThe
The Mormon Issue IssueOn IssueOn IssueOn
On the Democratic side of the cham chamber chamber chamher ¬
ber the floral display was more modest modestand modestand modestand
and on the desk of Senator Dubois Duboissimply Dubolssimply Duboissimply
simply a bouquet of r roses rosesBoth rosesBoth rosesBoth
Both Utah senators today toda expressed expressedtheir expressedtheir expressedtheir
their intention of doing all they could couldduring coulddurin couldduring
during durin the coming session to improve improvethe imprOetbe
the material welfare of Utah Senator SenatorKearns SenatorKearns SenatorKearns
Kearns will make an earnest effort to tosecure toecure tosecure
secure the enlargement and improve improvement improvement improvemont ¬
ment of Fort Douglas and to secure securethe securethe securetime i
the passage of his bill to provide serv service ser serCe service ¬
ice pensions for survivors of Utah UtahIndian Utahfndiun UtahThdhtn
Indian wars He intimated that there therealso therealso therealso
also would be something doing this thissession thl6session thissession i
session in the Smoot case but was not notprepared notprepared notprepared I
prepared at this time to make further furthercomment furtherCcmluent furthercomment I
comment upon it itNo itNo ItNo
No Flowers FlowersSenator FlowersSenator FlowersSenator I
Senator Heyburn today took sharp sharpissue sharpissue sharpIssue
issue with his colleague Senator Du Dubois Dubois Dubois ¬
bois who stated in a recent interview interviewthat IntervIewthat interviewthat
that the Mormon vote of Idaho went wentsolidly wentsoUdly wentsolidly
solidly against a the Democratic ticket ticketin
in the recent electron electronHeyburn electronHeburn electfonHeyburn
Heyburn asserts that Idaho went Re Republican RepUbUcan Republican ¬
publican in November because thera therawere therowere then thenwere
were enough straight Republicans In Inthe inthe Inthe
the state to make that majority There Therewas Therewas Therewas
was no Mormon issue Some people peoplethought peoplethought peoplethought
thought there was We knew there therewasnt therewasnt therewasnt
wasnt and simply kept on talking talkingstraight talkingstraIght talkingstraight
straight politics politicsAn
An article in yesterdays issue of the theNew theNew theNew
New York Herald written and signed signedby signedby
by Senator Dubois is attracting attmactin much muchattention muchattention mccliattention I
attention here today The T c article articleIn
In question is a comprehensive his historical hi hito1feaI histoiIcal ¬
torical sketch of Mormonism and andtreats andtreats andtreats
treats of the temporal temporal and political politicalgrowth pOliticalgrowth politicalgrowth
growth of the Mormon church especi especially oopeclaI1y especially ¬
ally in more recent years The article articledoes artlclodOI8 rUeledoes <
does not take up the Smoot case but butis butIs butis
is considered timely Umel reading In con connection connection connection ¬
nection with it itTHREE itTHREE itTHREE
THREE OF OF A KIND KINDTwo KINDTwo I Ii ITwo i
Two Suits of Stplen St len Clothes Are AreIdentified 4re 4reIdentified AreIdentified
Identified IdentifiedThe
The two suits of clothes over which whichJohn whichJohn whIcitJohn
John Collins J R n Stone and J D Egan Eganfought Egantou guu guufought
fought tou t in Harringtons alley nl1c last Satur Saturelothes Saturlay
lay < night ha have C been Identified as the theeloUte8 theClothes
Clothes stolen from the Veet Mall Order OrderHouse OrdtrHouse OrderHouse
House at 79 VVept EfIt South Temple street streetand streNand streetand
and the three men will be tried for petit potitlarceny petitlarceny petitlarceny
larceny Joseph B West We t the proprietor proprietorcamo prOIrletorcame proprietorcame
came to the police station yesterday esterd and amlIdentified andldfint1fled amidIdentified
Identified the cloth cloths s by b his cost marks marksHe markJJp markslie
He further Identified tho three men and andsaid audsaid nailsaid
said that a few days d s ago he sold n pair pairof pairof alr alrof
of shoes to Collins West says as that thatStone J tjiatStone at atStone
Stone and Egtin were with wJthhlfd hlpi at TJie TJietiin th thtimf the thetIin
tiin timf and while Collins was buying hlih tllB tllBshoes t1teshol titOaheS
shoes > thi t h uth u uLlir tltr r men mt > lI stole stI It th clotttcs clotttcsWest elotllCs4t < tothtst
West 4t t filed a complaint apalnst nlnst Stone and andEgm
Egm Si1n rtiargine them with petit larceny larcen
qUMBS LIMBS A FEW MILLIONS EACH YEAR YEAREstimated YEAREstima YEAREstimated
Estima Estimated t d Amount of Money 10 ney Necessary to Run RU the th pGovern Govern Government GOv r n
l I ment During the Fiscal Year Ending Jujne Jun Juji to 3O 3Oq 3O1g06 o t tI
1906 is 619669852 1s6i669652LAI 619669852i 619669852W X Xi
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LAI i ASHINGTON ASHI GTONe Dec 5 5The The estimates of appropriations required lor the theJ theV e esupportothe
W V J support supportothe of the government for f r the Jiscul year ending endin June H UK were weretransmitted weretransmitted ere eretransmitted
transmitted to congress today toy b the secretary s relar3 of the treasury These Theweestimates Tbeueestimates Theseestimates
estimates aggregate 81900l t 6lD609S2 lD 9Sfi S52 as agttiiiet 614545017 the amount of the ap appropriations appropriations ftppropriations ¬
propriations of the current current1lscal fiscal year yearFollowing yearFollowing t tFollowing
Following te the recapitulation of the estimates by departments departmentsEstimates departmentsEst1mtltes departmentsEstimates
Estimates for Appropriations AppropriationsDepartments Aprot AppropriationsDepartments ation ationDepartn1ents
Departments < 1M6 1 111i 111iLegislatIve l0S l0SLegislative 5 5Legislative
Legislative v 1 1S l314li H 15 1MS4S7 1MS4S7Executive 1tts4SEXecutie lliS4TEkecutive
Executive EkecutiveState 383541 S334 313187 313187State 313a7State
State StateTreasury j 3 3jS8O S > 2 3l 311tl 7S7i 7S7iTreasury t tTreasur
Treasury Treasur u 178547WO 17i4Kf56 17i4Kf56War 17146rar 17L4SLI6War
War rar 10S IODI 010 193M 300 11M9M74 11M9M74Navy 116491i4Xay 111 4L74
Navy Xay l 1175483lS 117 540 34c 14C2738C2 14C2738C2Interior 14C3 14C3Interior 002 002Interioi
Interior t lG2fl24r42i 1a 1h44a 17197 lil lilPt 0SSS 0SSSPostolflce tS tSPoatoffice
Poatoffice Pt tofflee A Asv r 15438SW l 1420300Agriculture 43t 2211127 2211127Agriculture Zl11iAricul
Agriculture Aricul ture M19S1 G 4ltSl 5 5tlW 5tlWCommerce 51270Commerce lt7 lt7Commerce
Commerce and nd UflKJr > t 137959SS 195 li JISS9 IS9SSS2 IS9SSS2Justice S9 S SJustice
Justice S24S439 S4S 443 443Grand 3 34327 34327Grand AtiGrand I
Grand totals u 5UiaK8SS2 l lD1 9Si2 fl454SJ37 fl454SJ37The 14j4SJ37The
The estimates for 1SOB include SMCSSS ilG l4OfiO 6j820 jKJO permanent annual appropria appropriations appropaiatlons appropriations ¬ I
tions already alread provided for by b law lawENFORCEMENT 18 18ENFORCEMENT lawENFORCEMENT
ENFORCEMENT A MATTER r OF DOUB1Bourke DOUBT DOUBTI DOUBTourke DOUBTI DOUBTIIourke I
Bourke Cockran Introduces a Couple of Bills Designed to toMake toMake t0Make
Make Public the Names of Large Contributors Contributorsto Contributorsto
to Campaign Campa g Funds
t 1ASHINGTON ASHINGTON Dec De Representa 6Representavv i Representative r rUve
WASHINGrON vv tive Cockran New York Introduced introduced intro introduced ¬
duced a bill todn today providing thatwheft thatwhen that thatwhen
when any sums exceeding i shall becontrIbuted becontributed be becontributed
contributed to the funds of any poUtical pohitical politi political ¬
cal party or any moneys shall be exlended cxpended ex expended ¬
pended by or on behalf of any candidate candi candidate ¬
date for representative in congress orfOI orfor or orfor
for presidential electors before anelcction anelection an anelection
election at which representatives s 01presidential or orpresidential
presidential electors are tob to be chosen chosena
a statement shall be filed within threedays threedays three threedays
days from the time of re receiving 4lvlng eontributions con contributions on ¬
tributions or expending such moneysin moneys
in the office of the clerk of the districtcourt districtcourt district districtcourt
court of the United States for the dls
WATER CREEPING UP INCH INCHBY BY INCH INCHGeorge INCHGe INCHGeorge
George Ge rge Fahey Fahey Caught Between Two Piles P es of a New York YorkPier YorkPier YorkPier
Pier Became a Raving Maniac and Died DiedAfter DiedAfter DiedAfter
After Being Released
IiEW JEW YORK Dec 5 iPinned Pinned between betweenj
Nan I j two t Yo piles of a pier Ier at the foot footof footof footof
of West Twentycecond street streetso
so 0 UgtiUy that the combined ef efforts efforts efforts ¬
forts of a m scare Sc re of firemen and andjxrilcemen andnollcemen andpohlcenlelm
jxrilcemen only nl released him niter niterlon afterlong ttfterlong
lon long and frantic efforts and with the therising therising therising
rising tide threatening death death by drown drowning dronlng drowntug ¬
tug a man supposed to be George Fa Fahey F8he1 Fahey ¬
hey became a raving maniac and died diedtoday diedtoday diedtoday
today after having been removed remoedtrom remoedtromhis from fromhis fromhis
his perilous position positionFrantic poltlonFrnntic positionFrantic
Frantic Cries Heard HeardA
A policeman heard cries from under underth und underthe > r rthe
th the pier today and as the calls for hell helpseemed hellaeCmed
seemed se med to be growing faint Fahey Fabe was wasfound W2t W2tfouud wasfound
found wedged betwi betwemt en > two piles whose whosetopswere whosetops
topswere tops were close together A rope was waspassed waspasscd
passed p aflcd under the arms and live men menattempted menattempted
attempted to pull Fnhey Fa he out of IIIB IIIBplight hisplight
plight but only wedged his body bod more moretightly moretightly moretightly
tightly in its prison The rising rJ lng tide tidewas tidevns
was at the theleyel level of the frightened mans
7 7HBOBTAIL HBOBTAIL BOBTAIL BOBTAILFOR FOR PUTNEY PUTNEYYoung
Young Scapegrace Scnpe ScapcgraceGets race Gets Out of the theAimy theI theAiniy
Aimy Without Honor HonorWashington H 1or 1orVashingtol1 or orWashington
I Washington Dec 5 5The The war de deuarUnent dE dE1a depatjiept
uarUnent 1a t hljs b bs directed that Recruit RecruitPt R Recruititeph crult crultft
Pt ft iteph ph > hen H Putn Putney Jr of the general generalyerviff gefteralI geaeraiservit
yerviff > Vkf i JrfFerP n barracks Mo b bdischaigtd bdhwhugtd bdi5hLLgcd
I dischaigtd without honor from the iur If r
I
trict in which the person l SOI1 or Arm or orcorporation
corporation making such contribution contributionor I
or 0 expenditure shall reside specifying specifyingtlie
I tile amount the name and residences residencesI rMid nces ncesor I Iof
I of donors and of the person lJE rson or officer officerreceiving eMceereceiving I
receiving It ItProvision itI ItPrevision
Provision is made further for pub pubIf8hln publlehing j jliBhing
I liBhing If8hln the statement and making the thefailure thefi1ure thefailure
failure to file 1e a statement a felony felonypunishable felonypunishable felonyI
I punishable by imprisonment not ot to ex exceed exceed exceed ¬
ceed three years yearsRepresentative yeal yealRepresentative yearsRepresentative
Representative Cockran also intro introduced introduced introduced ¬
duced a bill today toda providing for the theappointment theuppointment theappointment
appointment of a special commission commissionto
to inquire into and ascertain the theamounts theI theamounts
I amounts ofmoney oC mone expended t by b both bothparties bothf bothparties
f parties at all elections It tions for presidential presidentialelectors plt presidentialelectors identlal identlallectors
electors > from 1892 189 to lf 1904 > 04 Inclusive
chest and his screams scrOO 1S urged l ed the res rescuers rescuers roeI ¬
I cuers to greater rcater haste Four more po policemen policemen poilcemen ¬
licemen were summoned but the man mancould mancould mancould
could not be released relea An urgent call callfor canfor callfor
for more help brought a fireboat and andthree andthree andthree
three members of a nearby hook and andladder andladd andladder
ladder ladd l company with ropes and hooks hooksWater hooksI hooksWater
I Water Up to His Chin ChinFern ChinFcro ChinFerry
Fern hands h nds and passengers pas5e1g rs joined joinedthe joinedI
I the rcHeuers The water had risen to toFancys tos toFaheys
Fancys s chin One man held his head headabove headabove heathabove
above the water and poured whisky whiskydown whisk whiskdown whiskydown
down his throat while the firemen firemenchopped firemenhopped firemenchopped
chopped with 1tl1 all their might at the thepile theplies theplieg
pile which held him prisoner When it itwas Itwas Itwas
was nip and tuck whether tide or res rescuers rescuers rescuers ¬
cuers would win win the piles gave way wayand wayand wayand
and Fahey was taken tat < en out out a raving ravingmaniac ravingnJanhtc ravingmaniac
maniac and resisting resl Ung efforts to revive revivehim revlyehImShrtly revivehIm
him hImShrtly Shortly afterward he died in a ahospital ahospital ahospital
hospital No one knows how he came cameto cllmeto cameto
to be in suoh a plight nor anything anythingabout an anythingflboUt thlng thlngabout
about him
my on the ground ould that he h enlisted euJj cd un under untle ¬
der tle false pretenses Putney Is a young youngVirginian
Virginian Virgininnivho who recently got Ot Into trou trouble troubIt ¬
ble at St Louis resulting le8ultln in the loss lossof lossot lossof
of all his hismon mpnjy One of the stories storieswas ctorloswas storiesvas
was that he had been kidnaped and androbbed
robbed of some me valuable family jewelry jewelryand jewelryand
and that h het enlisted t in ii th the > army lrm < while whilesuffering whilfufftrn whilesuffering
suffering ufftrn from rl1m the effects eftt > cts of a drug uiuggiven Jnt Jntgien druggiven
given him by b the kidnapers
t
TESTOF TEST OF CREEDOPPOSED CREEDOPPOSED CREED CREEDOPPOSED
OPPOSED BY ALL ALLInterviews ALLI ALLInterviews ALLInterviews
t I
Interviews With Candidates CandidatesFor
S For F or School Board BoardHIGH BoardHIGH BoardI BoardHIGH
+ I
HIGH IDEALS INDICATED INDICATEDNONE
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NONE WILL PERMIT SECTARI SECTARIANISM SECTARIANISM SEABIANIShI
ANISM OR PARTIALITY PARTIAIITYInterviews PARTIALITYIn PARTIALITYinterviews
a
Interviews In terTlews with tua CU1 candidates tdates for places placeson
on D the board of education indicate that thatirrespective tootrreanectlve thatIrrespective
irrespective of the result of tomorrows tomorrowselcetton toorto toortoeton tomorrowseheetion
eton rettg r rellgus HMI8 ua belief will not be a afactor afaetor afactor
factor in determining the action of the thenew thenew
I
new members memb Candidates interviewed interviewedfcy mteortewedThe
fcy The Herald yesterday united in a abelief abtJlef abelief
belief that sectarianism m should be beeliminated beelhnlnaled beeliminated
eliminated from rein the school The in interviews intuviews Interviews ¬
terviews given en snow a uniform belief beliefthat beliefthat beliethat
that the schools should be be maintained maintainedat
at a high h h standard and that efficiency efficiencyshould e tcleneysIIoud efficiencyabould
should be the only consideration in innaming Inpaning inpassing
naming upon applications for posi positions positions posttions ¬
tions tionsThe tionslhe tionsThe
The interviews follow followJ
J F MacKnight MacKnI ltt chairman cu rman of the thePtidt tJeFlld theFhtt
Ptidt precinct campaign cam committee committeespeaking committeeQeking committeespeaking
speaking for C S S Martin nonpar nonpartisan nonpartlslLn nonpartkssi ¬
tisan nominee in the First precinct precinctMr precinctHIr
HIr Mr Martin stands on the platform platformadopted plattorP1adopted platformadopted
adopted of nonpartisanship n nparUsa blp and non nonsectariantem Isectnrlanhm nonsecuirlanism
sectariantem and against every other otherextraneous oLherr oLherextraneous otherextraneous r
extraneous influence whatever in the thepublic thelubUc thepublic
public schools I desire to state for Mr MrMartin Mrlartin Mr2lartIn
Martin that he fc N uiuiualiftediy uf for the theadvancement theadancement theadvancement
advancement of Salt Lakes public publicschools pubUcsehools publicschools
schools As for the employment of ofteachers ofteechers ofteachers
teachers it makes no difference differencewhether differencewu differencewhether
whether wu ther Mormons ormon6 Jews or Gentiles are areemployed areemployed areemployed
employed so long Ion as they are efficient efficientMr efticlenttIr efficientMr
Mr Martin lartlnis is in favor of o maintaining maintainingthe
the highest possible efficiency in the thepublic thepublic thepublic
public schools and will stand on that thatproposition thatpropoWon thatprOlOitiOfl
proposition if elected electedJ
J J Corum American party nominee nwnlneein
in First Flr t precinct preeinctlf If elected I shall shalluse shanuse shalluse
use every eer endeavor to maintain the thepublic thepublic thepublic
public school system upon the highest highestpossible highestpossible highestpossible
possible plane of efficiency consistent consistentwith consistentwith consistentwith
with economy and fairness to all allMr allMr allMr
Mr Redmans Position PositionB
B F Redman Airrican party nom nominee nomInee notnInee ¬
inee in Second precinct pr preminctIf lnctI It elected I Ishall Ishall Ishall
shall endeavor endea vr to keep the schools of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the city up UI to their present pre ent high hl h stand standard standard standard ¬
ard if possible sible to raise them still stillhigher stillhigher stillhigher
higher This applies equally to the thegrade thegrade thegrade
grade and high schools I am not mak making making maklug ¬
ing a fight fi ht for election on the ground groundof
of hostility to Mormons for I am not nothostile nothoslUe nothostile
hostile to them 1 have never atserini atseriniinated Otsenmlnated aserhnmated
mated against ag tnst any a11 Mormon I nnoti and if any
person rsn can point JOlnt to anything 0 < K thesort
sort in my business career I will re resign resign resign ¬
sign from the ticket For l or a dozen do en years yearsI
I have been in business here and I have havepaid haveIJ8id havepaid
paid out over 8000 000 a year for help the thegreater thegre thegreater
greater gre ter part of which has gone toMor toMorinone to Mor Mormona Ior IormoD
moD 1 am running for membership membershipon
on the board as a a citizen a and d resident residentof
of the Second precinct If elected I will willllsarlmiaate willdtsintIuate l ldlSffhl1iuate
llsarlmiaate against no one and show showpartiality 8hoWlmtUlltr showlata1Ity
lata1Ity partiality to t 0 no on one Merit 1 rer it will ill be the theonly theonly
only OQ y recommendation le < ommtndatJ n My opponent opponentIr opponentMr I
Mr Ir 1 Giauuue J Jags s beeO a member of the theWard theb9ard thebeard
Ward for Ol eight years which is long longeaough longough I
eaough ough h I agree a to retire rettYeft aj the end ud ot otmy atmt ofml
my term term ter i if ffTant Tarn elected electedArirold electedArneld f
Arneld G Glauque nonpartisan nom nominee nomInee nomIce ¬
inee in Second S > precinct prectnctIn In the matter matterof m tt
of the employment empIOD1 nt of teachers my P0 P0icy pol polic p01icy I
icy ic will be Just the same in the future futureas futurAS
as it has been in the paat MWtteachers paatteeherswill teachers teacherswill i iiU
will iU be chosen on the ground of merit meritand mt meritan Mt Mtand
an and ability The question of religion religionwill religionwill religionwill
will not he considered con red in any way wayshape wayshape ay ayshape
shape or form As to religious rt1i classes classesnothing ctaueanothl classesnothing
nothing nothl of the kind xisU inSsalt in 1t Lake Lakein LakIn Lakein
in connection i with the pudlic IiC schools schoolsThe seboobThe bools boolsIbe
The public school buikttafcs buikt could not notbe notbe notbe
be used for r this purpose Kith ith my con consent consent ¬ j
sent t tIn I IIn I IIn
In answer to the charge cha ge that bad badjudgment badjndmuent 11
judgment had been used d ihstfte 1 Itthe tbe location locationand loeationaad i iand
and construction of the v Lafaye Lafayee Lafayeeschool e eschool I Iscoool
school building Mr Giauque did didThere hadThere
There is IslQOlI1 room for difference of ofopinion ofopinion ofopinion t
opinion on that rjoint A building buildi was wasbadly wasbadly j jbIld
badly bIld needed in that part of the city cityThe dt cityThe t tThe
The city owned the corner on State and andNorth andNorth andNorth
North Temple streets we e exchanged exchangedthat j jthat
that for more ground ound higher up on th thhill the I Ihell
hill I favored that I remember relPerfJ1 when wirana ben I
and did didgreat I Igreat I
a flood came down City week I
great gre t damage da mle I am proud of my part partin partin
in the erection of the Lafayette rCayette4lthoel rCayette4lthoelbuilding Lafayetteschoolbuilding school schoolbuilding I
building The books bQ > ks are open an and there thereis I
is nothing to hide hideMr
tor I
Mr r Moyles M yl < s Idea IdeaOerar IdeaOscar
OMar W Movie president of toe board boanlof boardof j jof I
of education anal nonpartisan nonparttuDnominee nonparttuDnomineein nominee nomineeIn j jin
in the Third precinct I am opposed d to topartisanship toparti8aIL toprtianship
partisanship parti8aIL P or division on religious lines linesIn linesIn >
In regard to the employment fmplo Wnt of teach teacher teachfrJC teachems ¬ 1
er ems merit alone should g p goera ner r Other Otherthing Otlwrtbi Otherthings
thing tbi befog b 1IC equal the preference should shouldbe I Ibe
be given ven to home teachers teac nut ut there there8houl thereshould
should < l be some out de teachtn For Forthe Fortht I
the > high schools collefce graduates ought oughtto I Ito I Ito
to be employed I am strictly < Pp ippoeed ippoeedto pp < < 1IEd ed edto I
to sectarianism in the > board of educa education edUCtthen Uca Ucatlon ¬
then or the public schools schoolsJ
J D Ragman American prftTv nomi nominee nominee nomiflee ¬
nee in the Third precinct precinctI I tano with withthe withthe Ith Ithtbf
the American Am ricut party y on the eenool I qps qpstion C1MItlon question
tion that te 1 favor the th antotjtc abttf Jh elimi elimination othnination i ination ¬
nation of sectarian influences hi the pub public pubIle publie
lie schools keeping k > pl l the standtrl as high highas b h hM
as possible pos bl and reorntein opnici8 went alone alonein
in antdkarts for Ia Iaforot i laeeslv laees laeesV I
lv V Mont Ferry and E O HowarB HowarBAmerican lIfowarliAmerican
American party p rty nominees in too bo FIoartll Fourth Fourthprecinct FOtirthpreclnt FourthprcclnetWe
precinct prcclnetWe We f believe belte the = ch chuolF H > ly should shouldbe houMbt
be conducted like any kI1 other business businessproposition buslnf18proposition businessproposition
proposition that is they tl e should h be kept keptfree keptfref keptfree
free from all outside mflttettc whether whetherecclesiastical whetlWrfeC1ESlastlal whetlrecclesiastical
ecclesiastical or political and hat merit meritalone mtritalone meritalone
alone shoukl be consJderea Ue Ve c favor favorthe faorthe favorthe
the elimination of all Coi ciae Hstiactions Hstiactionsin 1I t ons onsIn
in the schools hool8 As between etw n two candi candidates candidates candidates ¬
dates with equal efficiency we would wouldfavor wouldfor wouldfavor
favor an applicant whose se ttome is here hereWe hereWe
We believe the schools hools should he kept keptas kfptS keptas
as S free from sectarian Influences as the thecourts tbecourts thecourts
courts Ve V are not seeking s kln to discrim discriminate dlecrimlutt discrimlaste ¬
inate > against any arI class da ef f teacberu r We Wewould Wewould Wewould
would vote ot for the best teaher bl n ob obtainable obtan ohtamable ¬
tamable tan ble allowing religious bei bet f tocar tocarry to ear earry ciirmy ¬
ry no weight w ht whatever We favor avor main maintaining malntatal maintaluing ¬
taining tatal the th pent standard of the theschools thebools theschools
schools bools at all cost and ratein ralalogit < U If pos possible pollsible poeslbk ¬
sible We favor expansion in the school schoolsystem sehoulSstem sehoolsystem
system in so far as it is Justified jl Ufie4 by byeconomy bvfCOIlomy byeoonomy
economy and good ood business principles principlesThe prindpltsThe prneiplesThe
The school system is H big bi business en enterprise enterprl8e enterprise ¬
terprise and the schools hoolR should be con conducted conducted ccviducted ¬
ducted along alon business bmi l1ess lines linesMat lineMat linesMrtt
Mat Thomas Statement StatementMathonihah statementllathonihah StatementMathonlhah
Mathonihah Thomas nonparVlsan nom nominee nolOInee nowinee ¬
inee in Fourth precinct recinctI I stand for an anabsolutely anabsolutel anabsolutely
absolutely nonsectarian administration of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the schools I never have ha 6 and a ncl will not notin DotIn notIn
in the future favor any man or woman womanbecause womanbfrcaUM womanbecause
because he or she chances to be a mem member mtmbel niemben ¬
ben of my church Applicants for post positions fO fOtlona posttions ¬
tions would receive my my support upon uponI 1r1ponmerit uponmerit
I merit alone Our < schools ac oob are ar now on a ahigh ahlbh ahigh
high plane and 3 00 I shall if elected work workto workto workto
to keep them there I firmly firmbbeUe believe that thatin tMtin thatin
in the education of the th people lies JI the thei thfsalety thesafety
i safety of the t he republic and I shall stand standfor standfor standor
for or anything that will 111 tend to broaden broadenthe bro broadenthe den denthe
the intellectual horizon of the people I Iam Iam Iama
am an enthusiast > ntbu ast in matters of education educationand educationAnd educationand
and If elected will cheerfully give heI1IY my best bestthought be6tthought beatthought
thought to the betterment of the schools schoolsI iCboolIhae
I Ihae have always favored the removal of ofsectarian ofsQDtarian ofsotarian
sectarian bitterness from the public publicschools publiCachools publicsekoots
schools and will always work to keep it itout itout Itout
out outH H C Edwards nonpartisan nominee in inFourth inFotl1tllpleclnctI InFourth
Fourth Fotl1tllpleclnctI precinct precinctI 1 shall do all I can if ifI IfI IfI
I tm elected to si Siva everybody a square squaredeal I1quar4deal mquaredeal >
deal I shall d d all I can to give the thechildren thEIhiktren thechildren
children of this city the best educational educationaladvantages cducatiopaJttdntas educallojmalqdvantages
advantages possible 1108 ble Ishall I shall try to give giveeverv gvt gvtever giveevery
every ever child in the cIty < ity thp th same s me advan advantages advntages advantugos ¬
tages as I give nty ni own children cblldr n and my mychudren mychildren mychildren
children are going to the th public schools schoolsDr schootoDr schoolsDr
Dr G B Pfoutz nonpartisan nominee nominein nomineeIn
in the Fifth precinct prednctTf If elected elec tI I bull shullendeavor shallendeavor bull1dpaor
endeavor to lo everything pr thln that I shail shailI
cntinuJ itinud on Page 3
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MESSENGER MESSEN MESSEPiGERSHOT MESSEPiGERSHOTBY GER SHOT SHOTBY SHOTBY
BY THE BANDIT BANDITi BANDITWellsFargo BANDITWellsFargo
9 9WellsFargo i t
WellsFargo Express Car CarRobbed CarRobbed CarRobbed
Robbed oirthe ol o the Santa Fe Fet FeVICTIM Fellf FellVICTIM FeVICTIM
t f
VICTIM IS FATALLY HURT HURTPERPETBATOBOF HURTI HURTPERPETRATOROF HURTPERPETRATOROP
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PERPETBATOBOF THE T DEED DEEDGRO A AGRO
GRO GROi
i t tLOO
I OS OSANGELCLD ANGE ANGEpress G CaL J Dc The Th Thee TheeL ex exta exprtI1iS
I LOO L press wom car carpassenger esnta ta Fe Oerliind O erlac erlacpassenger d dpenen
passenger passengerw penen ICa r 2 10 > o 1 west hot hotwas i i iunknown
Was was w 6 entered enteredthis unknown bum bumtime bMnltb18 ba r rthis
this morning JnOmj w time between betw n 2 1 1o
4 0clOck ck We W We31WLgo bO o Express Me Mesenger 1 I Isenger t tsenteI
senger Evan 0 Roberts as s stwice < ho hotwice 110twice
twice and fatally wounded and andway andway ii iiway
way safe rifled pC t its contents con en s Ti Tirobber 11robber T Trobber
robber then lepad from the t he far ar wh whthe a hLtt hLttthe I Ithe
the train was lipuilng r ning at fuH lu spe SlHi SlHiand spcand i iand
and escaped escapedThe e escapedS 1 1Tbe
S The robbery aoeurred eomewhere soenen ome h here re be between b btween I Itween
tween Needles ad Dagrgett Dag ftt but butnot w wnot v vnot
not discovered until the train reach 1f reae reaethe ah ahthe 1 1the
the latter place Conductor Haw Hawopened Ha HaopeDed Haiopened
opened the door of the express cur curDaggett il iltt m mDaggett
Daggett tt and fend Messenger eSSt > ngel Robot Robotlytag Rob Roblying I IIytn
lying Iytn on the Jtoor eOr of the car in a sfm sfmconsctous s scoaeelous kmeoD8elous
consctous condttlon and the con cnnh cnnhor cnvrof tor torof
of the rifled a3j tt scattered ttcred about the ihec thecar e ecar
c car r
carMe65e11Cv
Messenger Badly Hurt HurtRoberts HurtRoberts HurtRoberts
Roberts warf wa N so seriously woumi woun wounthat ound l lthat
that he was unable to tell how the n rId rIdery > i ibery
bery occurred except to say 5 s1t Q y that thathad the t tbad thad
had discovered someone on the t he bi lIL lILba i I Ibaggage I Ibaggage
baggage ba ge shortly after the train t rain rainNeedles i iNeedles to toNeedles >
Needles and had h opened the door doorthe vh wl1the vhthe
the man whom who he took to be a ng ngsprang n g gsprang gsprang
sprang inside and before the t be i isender I8enger Isenger
sender could draw his revolver open openfire OP I Ifire mlire
fire shooting and ua wounding h htwice btwice htwice
twice One of the bullets struck struckemta Ri Rd Rderts > i ierts
erts in the left breast passing p throusr throusrhis throulIis throumrlila
his body the other striking him it i iright ib ibright 1 h hht >
right ht side Roberts fell to the th fior fiorand ft t tand I Iand
and the robber Immediately went wentthe wentthe t tthe >
the open way safe and took what whatwanted whatwanted hat hatWanted
wanted of the contents l He Heopened h hopened hopened
opened the doqir and ad leaped out ut Ph Pherts pherts l lerts
erts was so badly hurt that he v a 3 3unable Sunable aunable
unable to make an outcry outcryBooty outcryBooty outcryBooty
Booty Seouued S cuned Unknown TTDknownThe UnknownTbe UnknownThe
The amount oC a money moDe and valunb valunbsecured valu bJ bJI I Isecured
secured is not nolknown known at this tin1 tin1Messenger tiilp tiilpessen
I Messenger essen er Roberts was brought to th thcity tL tLcity t tcity
city on board tSte oe train whKli arrive arriwi arriwishortly arrm i ishortly ishortly
shortly after nen today todayThe todayI todayThe
The way ay safe contained wrve envl envlholding > kJf kJfholding pp ppholding
holding money rnoneynd and checks which whichbeing a IIICIm v vbeing vbeing <
I being sent t to the general enn Mflices Mflicesstation me mestation filrstation
station agents agentsa100g along Qng the Ii Sanii an a ll
Fe officials here b decline to o ninke ak akstatement ary arystatement iI iIstatement
statement regarding the aniount aniountmoney aniountmoney am Ou Oumoney
money that w W8 likely Jlkel to I have haviin h e ein pIn
in the safe but b maintain that ht it it itnot vas wasnot vasnot
not large largeMessenger largeessenger largeMesseiiger
Messenger essenger Roberts was a resident nsicilntLos rddentLos f fLos
Los Angeles and was one of the olds oldtand oJrf oJrfand oldsand
and most trintcd employes of tin tinWellsFargo tl1 tl1WcllsFar theWellsFargo
WellsFargo WcllsFar o owroanyThe owroany opanyThe ny nyThe
The bolt ontIidoor on Ufe door oor at the end endthe eudthe endthe
the express car c crwas iWas was broken ShOT shoithat ShOTthat sho shothat
that the robborVhad robb had used for fort fortan cet cetgaining e i igaining
gaining an eatnpciv e ea The ii i reri enT rm rmthe > L Lthe fr frtile
the car indiceotffe iOOled that th t the inesr il t e ehad ehad sv svhad >
had made a tpnjj resiatanre Istanee and gar garpfcd g a apled m mplot1
pled with the refpei nil before being iJ1g r rpowered rpowered rpowered
powered and ftnptyshot A flRtL shot b t by him himThe himThe himThe
The bandit i i r1ienevtd betieved to l be liea > e I Ia > c ca
a number of colored tramps who whobeen whobeen ii i ibeen
been around Ofiggett t 1i ett since > the thestruction thestructlon thestmurtlon
struction workSf Work the Salt ait Luke l Lakereached 1ke < r lIf lIfreached a i ireached
reached that thatJlllJlte thatJlllJlteAs nhce nhceAssistant jIeAssistant
Assistant As lstant Superintendent Surintendent Pridham Pridhamthe Pridhauthe rjdhiumthe
the WellsFar WellsFarg af company tated statedthe tatedthe Ii Iithe
the amount takfen t kj from the way waywas waywas ay aywae
was only a fet few hundred dollars ddtarsprincipal T Tprincipal ° oprlndpal
principal treat trea Bf safe wan wa locked io I ked kedthe MI MIthe 1 1the
the robber wl t unable n to t 0 force forceentrance fr or c centnnCt t tentrance
entrance entnnCtMe JL JLMessenger A AMessenger
Messenger Me senger j mlerts tB is at ih Sist istq istqbo st sthospital ri rihospital
hospital bo in t thiqfaty ty and is i exoen f xjtfvJ xjtfvJlive > < l llive
live but a nljgrt time Kxamina Kxaminaby Examinaby Examummiby
by the surgeoilll surg surgeo proved that t het hat t he hebeen hebeen > 1 1beeD
been shot butHjlice but bute the ht bullet striki strikihim Itriklhim strlhim
him in the brdiit br brt and passing entireiy entireiythrough entif1through euti eutithrough
through his boi boIiJJ boIiJJMuch he heMuch t tMuck
Much MJoney oney Aboard AboardThe AboardThe AboardThe
The WellsBjgo elis company eom l1Ylla y was waspecting x xpecting cpecting
pecting a lar 1 lars R shipment uf tJ f Ini Vt VtStates j jStates 1 1States
States pensioa pensloa o jptoney totalmg ttangIt S SIt > i iM
M it is said saidd pbd it is possible po jssblethis < iblt t h hthis b bthis
this shipmentiKiy shlp sb1pment nt or have been on omtraIn re retrain 1 it ittrain ¬
train It is I l Mpm n that the th local l in inficials la laftcials < T Tftcials
ftcials were were gAroy g exercised ove overobbery 0 0roObery e erobbery
robbery and a fflHrstow tow placed a e emessenger si simessenger u h hme >
messenger me onfifjfDard id the lar ar arorders vt vtorders i t torders
orders to guaijffieverything gua erythlng in it itthe i ithe ithe
the greatest eatest i KJttcy y OfRcials refus rrlto efm efmto i ito
to discuss th BfiX > rted shipment shipinenpension or orpension orpenston
pension moneJBmany mone any way wa It is h hcertain n ncertain I Icertain >
certain howefi hoe that this safe safenot ar arnot v vnot >
not entered JJ the robber ob r iHfieJ fla il ilpockets t1pockets 1 1pockets
pockets of th theosenger theffijjBorenger ger as a he lay laythe laythe 1 1the >
the floor of thc t the1tr ar and took away awaykeys 1 s sftfee
keys to the t ates ftfee It is also r rported rported r rported
ported that nriP a than one man va vaconcerned i a aconcelned aconcerned
concerned in tfe holdup holdupAssistant holdupAssIstant holdupAssistant
Assistant SvnOrlntendent S ntendert Pridham PridhamWelteFargo Prldhal1VelhiFargo PridhsWellsFargo >
WelteFargo sfcftd late this aftern afternthat tternthat fter fterthat
that the amonpriaken aroo t taken from the thepress ex express npress ¬
press car wouST wo not exceed exCeE > 41 40 He Hewould Hewould 1 I Iwould
would not say sayhat at t the United States Statespension 8tat Statepension s spension
pension monejftlfeas monftl s not in the thecar car hu hustated hustated hustated
stated posi poBitlv positivetthat tivet fthat the main fJ fJwas siwas a t twas
was not enterefl ente enteredt t all allTEN alLTEN alLTEN
TEN PEOPLE PE6Jl LE INJURED INJUREDFire
Fire in an rfutomobile Garage Garagein
in New Yprik Y YoftMany IMany Many Lives LivesWere LivesI
I Were Endangered EndangeredNew hdangered hdangeredNew
New York T TInjured D 6 iTen Ten serum aersonsworth D serumlujered rOIl iI iIIDjared <
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but little dam dani5 was done to IHail IHailProperty flEd flEdproperty
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