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Engineer Snow Talks on onAgreement onAgreement onAgreement
Agreement With Farmers FarmersCITYS FarmersCITYS
4 4Grge 1 1GU6rre
Gears W Snow city c1 engineer when whenasked 11on tbcnrisked 11onliskpd
asked about the critictaui er crltl tt 1aul iamrnu4u modo nMUlain in the thep
popr p popsed opnsld sed water leading contract pro proldpd
vided ldpd for in the bond issue alleging a11p lng lngthat
that the city < It3o was wa getting the short end
or 0 the th > deal said SaidIn
In 1S69 1 60 It Vas v ns decided to divide the thewatrr
ivaU watrr r from Big Cottonwood into sixty slxohar
snarea har haro The owners of the big irrlga flrIgaton
ton ditch have been getting seventeen seonteenblars
shares of this water The contract stlp stlp1lat
tat s that in the exchange with the thelb
tlly tIt < lb the company is to get 26 2 i per cent cent1Tore
more water than the city which is 212 212shares
shares or 42 more than the company companhas
has been receiving from the creek The TheIty
I ity It is entitled to the seventeen shares sharesthe
the amount the company has been re recIng
ccivtng By measuring the water at atthe
the mouth of the canyon we are quite quitesure quitesure
sure that the city will get SO per cent centalthoualt
although the contract provides that it itwill itwJll Itwill
will get but 6 per cent as much as is isgiven 1sglt isgiven
given glt n away awayThe awayThe
The only way the contract can be bevoided
voided is by the citys failing through throu h
fin 8 n enUre season to give the farmors farmorsthe
the water promised If the city turns turnsthe
the water into the he farmers ditches for forbut
but a a single day da during the year ear It Itwill
will be beruI fulfilling lllng its part of the agree agreement agreement
ment sufficient to prevent the for forfeiture
feiture of the contract contractReason
Reason For Other litigation LitigationThe
The litigation over o r the Parleys can canon
yon on n water In which suit has been com commenced
menced against the th city was caused by
tli tI latter refusing refu ng to live up to its itsagreement
A agreement and give Gabbott and others othersthe
L the water due them In this case the theeItygot
city eItygot got short of water and failed to tolJ1ow terilow
cllow any of it to go to the farmers farmersplthough farmersplthough
plthough it had contracted to do so solienee sohence
hence the farmers asked the court to
declare the agreement void and give givetreln
them their original water right back backagaIn
again agaInA
As A far as the right of the city to totT
trade tT ade Its share of the th water of Utah UtahJak L
Jake Jak ia concerned there Is no question qucstlonlil I
lil s f long as the city clt barters Its portion portionIlly
e11y lily Five corporations and the city cityown r
own the lake Four pumps force the theWI
water WI Qr into the six ditches three on oneach oneach L Leach
each side of the valley The complaint complaInta t
flp a r understand It is that the city may maygive ma r
give away more than its share For It Ii L
is proposed by the city to put In an anther ancthez
ether pump at the lake This Is to be beUNed bE
used only Obi in case one of the others 3
fail to work so the city will not be beta b btaking
taking ta king wore than its share of water by b
the installation of the fifth pump pUinpCity
City May Take Water WaterThe WaterThe
The five corporations cannot prevent preven t
Salt Lake City CJt from taking all the thewater thewater th thwater
water It needs providing the supply is isnot IsTlot ibriot
not depleted Even if in a dry season
the city elt should not be ailowed to pump pumput
out ut the lake for the th farmers with whom
It had traded It could give them In re
turn t urn from the farmers old supply at attton
r < ttonwood tton ood Inasmuch as the plan planghK
gives Salt Lake City Ctt about three times timesfc UrnesmUM timesmuch
fc much water as it now has there therewill
will be b no great Inconvenience if the
ciy C 1 is obliged during an emergency emergencsuch
such as a break In one of the pumps pumpsai pumpsRt
ai Utah lak Jake to give the farmers their theirold theirold
old water back again until the damage damagean
can an be repaired The trouble would be benly
fnly nly temporary and the farmers do not notCAre notcare
care where they the get their water so soeng
long eng as a they get It itt
Hearst Takes TakesUp Up the Cause of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Discharged Mail MailCarriers MailCarriers MailCarriers
Carriers CarriersWashington CarriersWashington CarriersWashington
Washington Dec 15 Representative 15Representative
Hearst of New York today introduced
the following resolution resolutionWhereas resolutionWhereas resolutionWhereas
Whereas In his annual message mesn p to tocongress tocon tocongress
congress con r s the president of the United U 1 > d
States after tter calling attention to what wh t
hr h deems improper political activity llCtivft of
letter carriers pays ys The adminlstra
tin 1ms already alr ady taken steps to prevent preventand preventand preventand
and punish punt abuses of this nature but
it wtyl w1 be wise lse for the congress to sup ¬
plement pit mtrrt this action by legislation and
Whereas Since the date of said saidmessage saidmp saidmeseage
message mp James C Keliar and Frank
Cunningham letter leU carriers have been
dismissed from public service and It is isreported Isreported isreported
reported that the dismissal dlsml sal ul is at least leastin least1n leastin
in part due to an assumption A by the thepresident thepresident thepresident
president and the postmaster general generalthat generalthat generalthat
that citizens eitl eng of the United States who whoare whoare whoare
are letter carriers nier can lawfully be re restricted restnctcl re8tr1ct1 ¬
stricted In the exercise fx rclse of freedom of ofspeech ofsPfech ofspeech
speech freedom of assembly and andfree free ¬
dom of petition as they tbe could not be beIf beJC
If not letter carriers therefore be it itResolved ItuRe ItResolved
uRe Resolved olved That the president resld nt Is re requested reQUested requested ¬
quested to communicate to the house if ifnot ICnot ifnot
not in ii his hi judgment Incompatible with withthe withthe 1th 1ththe
the fnt fntUMtt pest of the public < service docu documents c1ocuments docuznents ¬
ments paper orders showing t > the ex executive exeuthe eceutIve ¬
ecutive action mentioned in l the said saidmessage snJdmeIINIge saidmeeage
message and the grounds therefor and andbe andIt andbe
be It further furtherResolved furtherResohred furtherResolved
Resolved That the postmaster gen general general general ¬
eral is directed to communicate to the thehouse theboust thehouse
house all facts cA ts bearing bearln upon the dis dismissal dismissal dismiasal ¬
missal of o the said James Keller and andFrank MlFrank amiFrank
Frank Cunningham cunn hKm and the grounds groundsfor groundstor groundsfor
for said dismissal dismissalBEDS dtml dIatissalBIDS aaJ
On the t1 following material for forHBO farge
HBO 118 ge In tile u erection r etJOII of the new newIleraM newIIenJ4
herald bUilding ImiklingStructural b bUildingSueturft1 lkUng lkUngS
Structural S uetural steel and iron ironWOrk IronwOrk
WOrk WOrkRetigh wOrkRetigli 0 Jt
Retigh JtUgh Ugh and finished carpenter carpenterrk carpenterwOrc
w wOrc wOrcGI rk rkGfcUM k
GfcUM GI marbie rW and Ml Mlssterlnff tile UleW tileJaterlng
W ssterlnff torl and painttac painttacBJtiS paIntlncBI M nUnc nUnce
e BI BJtiS inust be submitted by byJJ
btii JJ MM MMtfeUflec 1ItlI1ror ii iiWor
For detailed sifoctflationa pgel tlon ap apply applyto ¬
oj ply plyto to J 1 C CRAIG CRAIGRftpm CRAIGJ CRAIGItqprn
J Rftpm qOD 1 Keith BWfe n14 = City CityATTENDED Cityi CityATTENDEO cItyATTENDED
I c
Boosevelts Short Talk at Grace Be Reformed Beformed Beformed
formed Church ChurchWashington ChUlchWashington ChurchWashington
Washington Dec D 15 liPresldent liPresldentROOMveJt 15PresidentRoosevelt President PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt attended the prayer meet meetiig meetlY meetirg
iig lY g at Grace Reformed church c11 ureh of ofwhich othlch ofhfclm
which hlch he is a member tonight loni ht and at attre atU atit
tre U e ooneluelon of theservice the service > made m de a ashort aIort asLort
short address to the large congrega congregation con congregatiii rega regaU1I1 ¬
tion and held an informal reception receptionThe receptionTIle receptionThe
The president attended the services servicesvrat servicestpaUended servicesvvattended
tpaUended vrat tended save by b his colored valet valetrnd yaletfnd valetrnd
rnd took bis seat in pew 2 At the theconclusion thecfn thecnlusion
conclusion cfn < lusion of Uu prayer service the thepMSinr thepHr thepieaor
pMSinr Introduced Int rodu fd the president whcJ whcJiii whGJil whdlii
iii th course of his remarks said saidI
I think that arty man who takes an aninterest anInteftst aninterest
interest in this great country of ours oursnust oursnu oursnuat
nust nu t realize the one all important ne neessity neeuity neC
< essity of our social industrial and po political p0Ittical ¬
t litical life Is the necessity nece sfty of the reali realization reaUzutlon realizatlon ¬
zation of what brotherhood means We Wecn Wecm Ve Ven
cn n cm n not develop our civilization at all allunless aUUlllf alltzuless
unless Ulllf 8 we w develop dv lop it upon the basis of ofeneh ofench ofeach
each recognizing reroJfllzh < < In his fellow f lJow man his hisbvofbfr hisL
bvofbfr 1 L Of otir l1tr whose interest hemust he mu must t have haveat haveat haveat
at heart h a1t
Great G reat Distress Distressin in Connaught Connaughtand Connaughtand
and Other Poor Districts DistrictsAID DistrictsAID
6 6ID
Dublin Dec 16iThe meeting of the theIrish t11eIrish theish
L Irish Ir ish parliamentary party to t discuss discussthe discussthe discusshe
tl the t he distress in the west of Ireland Ire and and andconsider andconsider andonsider
c consider < means to force the govern government government governeat ¬
u ment eat to provide for theimmedlate thelmmediatenece theimmedIateneesisitles ne necessities ¬
e cessities ce < itJes and put the land act in oper operation operatlol opertion ¬
ai ation atlol a tion In Connaught Conn aught and other poor dis districts distr1cts disicts ¬
tj tricts tr icts was held here today under the thepresidency thepre theresidency
p presidency pre idenc of John Redmond A resoJutlQn reso resolutipn resotiQn
it lutipn tiQn was passed condemning the gov government gov government ov ovrriment ¬
ei ernment e for the existing distress in inIreland InIreland ineland
Ii Ireland eland demanding that Immediate Immediatesteps Immediatesteps Immediateteps
si steps s be taken to relieve it and also alsoemanding
d demanding that powers be given for forthe forthe fore
tl the th e distribution of land in the poor dis districts districts disicts ¬
ti tricts tr icts The local government board boardhowever boardhowever boardowever
h however owever to some degree forestalled the themeeting theIreetlng theeeting
meeting n by taking fjteps teps which It Is Isconsidered IsconsIdered isonsidered
c considered ct < will be effective in relieving
tl the t hem tenants who are affected by the thefailure thefailure theailure
fi failure f of the potato crop cropResolutions cropResolutions cropResolutions
Resolutions Adopted AdoptedThe AdoptedThe
The meeting was held in the th thManslon thManslonouse Mansion Mansionhouse anslon anslonhouse
h house ouse and there were present John JohnDillon JohnDi1Ion Johnillon
I Dillon D illon T C Harrington Joseph Dev Devlin De Dcvii ¬
li lin ii Sir SlrH H G Esmonde and a a majority majorityof
o of f the nationalist members of the thehouse thehouse theouse
h house ouse of commons Resolutions were wereunanimously wereunanlmousl werenanimously
u unanimously adopted the firstof which whichsays whichss whichays
says ss s ays Owing to a afaUure failure of the po potato potato poato ¬
ti tato t ato crop such as hasoccurred has ha occutred at t reg regular regular ¬
u ular lar intervals in the last sixty years yearsaggravated yearsaggravated yearsggravated
a aggravated this season by a terrible terribJeshortage terriblehortage
I shortage s sh In the earningsof earnings oC migratory migratoryarvesters
h harvesters and a sharp fall aU in agricul agricultural agrIcultural agriculural ¬ i
ti tural t products the population of con considerable considerable coniderable ¬
s siderable portions of the west of Ire Ireland Ireland Ireand ¬
li land l lt has been plunged into acute dis distress distress disrees ¬
ti tress t rees which in many districts will re result result reuit ¬
s sult st uit in famine unless the government governmenttakes governmenttakes governmentakes
ti takes t prompt measures measuresThe measuresThe measuresThe
The second resolution holds the gov government gO gOernment govrament ¬
e ernment direcJJy responsible because it ithas Ithas itas
h has as persistently refused to take the thenecessary thenecessary theecessary
n necessary steps to relieve chronic des destitution destitution desitutlon ¬
t titution and earnestly calls upon the thegovernment thegovernment theovernment
g government even at the eleventh hour hourto hourto houro
t to o apply the provisions of the land act actin actIn actn
ii in I n the west of Ireland as far as pos possible possIble posible ¬
s sible ible without legislation and at the theearliest theearliest thearliest
e earliest moment introduce in parlia parliament parliament parliaeat ¬
n ment m eat an amending bill making the land landact landact landct
a act ct apply applyto to the western problem problemThe problemThe problemThe
The third resolution maintains that thatthe thatthe thathe
t the he proper temporary remedy remed Is not notcharity notcl1arlty notharity
c charity but the starting of works workswhich workswhich workshich
T which w wt hich will be of permanent utility In Inthe Inthe inhe
t the he distressed districts enabling the thepeople thepeople theeople
j people p to earn their livelihood by hon honest honest honat ¬
e est at labor The resolutions suggest suggestmeasures suggestmeasuroo suggestmeasureo
r measures to deal with the present presentemergency presentemergency presentmergency
e emergency such as facilitating land landtransfers landtransfers landransfers
t transfers tt and giving the congested dis districts districts disricts ¬
tricts t board free hand and authority to toinclude toInclude tonclude
include I purchases and initiate relief reliefworks reliefworks reliefworks
works v
Special Aid Asked
The fourth resolution demands that thata thatspecial
s a special distress grant be immediately immediatelyplaced immediateplaced immediatelylaced
j placed p laced at the disposal of the congested congesteddistricts congestcddistricts congestedistricts
c districts d board for carrying out relief reliefor reliefOr
or o < r establishing productive works of a apermanently apermanently aermanently
i permanently p beneficial character characterThe characterThe characterThe
The fifth resolution demands that thatharbor thatharbor thatarbor
1 harbor h and pier works under the ma marine marine maine ¬
i rine r ine works act on the western coast coastshould coastshould coasthould
should s be immediately commenced commencedThe commencedThe commencedThe
The sixth resolution says that the theprovision theprovision theprovision
j provision of fresh potato seed is of ofurgent ofurgent ofurgent
i urgent necessity but the memorialists memorialistsfeel
j feel f eel bound to point out that this meas measure measurt measure ¬
i ure will be ineffective for the relief of ofdistress ofdistress ofdistress
distress before August next and that thatthe thatthe thathe
1 the t he method of distribution the local localgovernment localgovernment localgovernment
government board proposes and the de demand demand domand ¬
mand for full repayment of the cost of ofseed ofseed ofseed
seed by the affected areas area is most un unsatisfactory unsatisfactory unsatisfactory ¬
satisfactory and unjust unjustProvision unjustProvision unjustProvision
Provision Should Be Made MadeThe 3tadeThe rtadeThe
The next resolution declares that ex experience experience cxperience ¬
perience has proved that the provision provisionof
of potato seed for a district liable to toperiodic toperiodic toperiodic
periodic failure of the potato crop cropought cropought cropought
ought not to be left till a catastrophe catastrophehas tastrophehas
has occurred ocurred and that when so left ler the theprovision theprovision theprovision
provision of fresh frch seed in the hurry hurr and andunder andunder andunder
under the pressure of calamity calaml has al always alwa always ¬
ways wa s resulted reuled in great geat extravagance extravaganceand
and frequently frequenty In the provision of ex extremely extremely extremnely ¬
tremely bad ad seed at excessive cost The Theagricultural Theagiculura Theagricultural
agricultural agiculura department it is urged urgedshould urgedshould urgedshould
should provide provi1e for the steady and con constant con6tant constant ¬
stant introduction introducton of fresh varieties varietes of ofseed orseed ofseed
seed potatoes into district districtS so disas disastrously disa disastrously ¬
trously dependent tependent upon the potato potto crop cropThe cropThe cropThe
The eighth resolution reoluton Is as follows followsWe folows folowsWe followsWe
We feel bound to condemn In the thestrongest thestrongest thestrongest
strongest terms the conduct of Irish Irishlandlords Irishlandlords Irishlandlords
landlords in aggravating aggTlatng the distress distressby distressby distressby
by pressing for full ful rents rent and arrears arrearsin arears arearsIn arrearsin
in this disastrous distous year and issuing issuingejectment Itsuing Itsuingejecment
ejectment ejecment processes by wholesale We Webelieve Webelieve Ve Vebfleve
believe bfleve that these proceedings are a adirect adIrect adirect
direct conspiracy to use distress distre for the thepurpose thepurpose thepurpose
purpose of coercing coercng the people to agree agreeto agreeto
to the purchase of their holdings at atruinous atruinous atruinous
ruinous prices pricesRelief prIce prIceBelef pricesBelief
Relief Belef Promised PromisedLondon Promised PromisedLondon
London Lndon Dec 15 l 15Sir Sir A A P McDon McDonnell McDonnel McDonnell ¬
nell nel under undr secretary for Ireland in a aletter aleter aletter
letter leter to the boards of guardians guardlansn guardlansnthe > In Inthe
the west of Ireland promises that thatshould thatshould thatshould
should the relief relet of the existing dis distress distres distress ¬
tress tres there prov < an exceslve burden burdenon
on the rate payers the th government goerment will willmake wi willmake
make a grant gant from the public publc funds fundsfor fundsfOr fundsfor
for the Durchase DurchaseIRISH urchasc urchascIRISH
Lady Limerick Limerck of o Ireland to Give a aChanty aChant e eCharity L
Charity Chant Concert Concer in i Salt Sal Lake LakeSalt Lke LkeSalt LakeSalt
Salt Lake is to be favored some time timeduring tme tmeduring tbncduring
during the winter concert season by bya b ba byI
a visit talt from Lady LaO Limerick the Irish Irishpeeress Irishpeere Irishpeerezn I
peeress peere who leaves her ler native natve coun country countr ¬
try tr soon son to make makea a tour of the United UnitedStates UnitedState UnitedStates I
States State After Afer appearing appearig in the larger largercities largerctes
cities ctes of the east Lady Lad Limerick Limerik will willgive wi willgive I
give concerts roncrts In Salt Lake La e Denver DenverSpokane DenverSpokane DenverSpokane
Spokane San Sn Francisco and other othercoast othercoast othercoast
coast cities citiesLady clUesLady
c tes tesLady
Lady Limericks contemplated contemplate tour is isunique Isunique Is Isunique
unique in thut the proceeds pro < feads from her herconcerts herCDer herconcerts
concerts CDer will wi be devoted to charity charityMuch charf charityMuch
Much of the money mon will wi be used for forthe forthe forthe
the relief of the Irish peasants potmnts whose whosesuffering whosesUfering whosesuffering
suffering sUfering as a result resul of this years yearsamine ears earslamlne oar51amlne
amine fas has been great Typical Irish Irishmusic Irishmusic JrIslmusic
music will wl characterize the peeress peeressperformances peeres peeressperformances
performances performancesINSPECTION performancesINSPECTION performancesLNSPECTIONGOES
Fort Douglas Department Departent Visited by byGeneral byGeneral b bGeneral r
General T D Baldwin BaldwinBrigadier Badwn BaldwinBrigadier I IBrIgadier
Brigadier General Geeral Frank D Bald Baldwin Baldv1n ¬ I Iwin
win commanding the military m1tar depart department departmont ¬ I
ment of the Colorado spent yesterday
forenoon Inspecting InspeUng the commissary commj s8ry de department department dePartment
partment quartermasters department departmentand
and the exchange at Fort Douglas He Heleft Heler H Hleft
left ler the fort at noon and spent the theafternoon theafternoon theafternoon
afternoon and evening eventngln In Salt Sal Luke LukeThe Lke LkeThe
The noncommtesloned noncommJ3loned officers otcers of o the theTwentyninth theTwentyninth theTwentyninth I
Twentyninth Infantry Infantr will wH give givemasquerde a amasquerade L Lmasquerade
masquerade masquerde ball at the thO post exchange exchangenext xchangenext I Inext
next Wednesday evening eveningENCOURAGED eveningENCOURAGED eveningENCoUBAGED
Gomel Gomel Russia Dec 15 15In In the trial trialof trialof triaof
of the antiJewish antJewish rioters rl ter today toda wit witnesses wi ¬
nesses gave ae testimony testmony to the effect effectthat effectth L
that th < t the th inactivity inaclhlt of the troops troo effectI and andPt1 ari aripolite I
Pt1 polite O ercotrraged TC Luurugrti l rngpd m luir t1t thb 1 rl riote rivvwtttj te 1 to > 7 V pt ptcoed M W I
celd oC coed Jews wlh wflh the destruction destructolo of properT prop propcrt3of rt rtoC
Miss Miss lss Alice AllC Schneider Schneider and James Tame Hhls Hhl election eleton to the office of commission
Anderson Anderon of Salt Sal Lake were ere united unied Incr he was a member m mber ofce of of the editorial
marriage mariage In the Salt Lake temple teplE yesstaff estafr at t the te Deserot Deseot News
terday afternoon ernpon ly y President Prsident Joseph Mr and Mrs lrs Anderson1 An rs h will leave for
F Smith Smih Miss lls Scnneider Is a memberthe memb rthe east today t ay They Thc will ffl wi visitin In va
of a well weI known Utah family and hasrlous cities until Tan wi visi
been famiy ad 1es unt 1 when they the will wil
following the
folowing profession of a establish establsh themselves in Washington Vashh ton
trained traned nurse in Salt Sal Lake Lke for someOn smeOn that date Mr Anderson will asso
time tme Mr r Anderson Anderon Is chairman of theclate the late himself hhrsel with Senator wi Smoot at
present preent board of county count commissioners the wit
commlsslonlr capital capial for the th purpose of relieving
and has been prominent prtmlnent in the politics poUtcR the th junior senator s nator of much mu h of the fou rou
of the state for many years year Prior Pror to totine tine tne work of the office officeOGDEN ofce ofceOGDEN officeOCDENNEWS
u uOgden
ii Ogden Friday Frday Dec 16
A STUBBORN CASE CASEImpounding CASEImpounding CASEImpounding
Impounding of Cattle Catte Causes CausesLegal Causeslegal CausesLegal
Legal Contest Which May MayReach MayReach
Reach Supreme Court CourtThe
The Te fact that some somecous cows of Henry Lar I
sen ser of Harrisville Harrlsvfc broke into the field of i
Peter Agren of that place last lat July uly and 1
damaged the crops to the amount of 55 5 1
is sponslble r for a hotly hoty contested case
In the district court for the past two days j
and the same will wi likely lke be fought out in
the supreme court Larsen and Agren are
neighbors and ad when about fifteen ffeen of I
Larsens Lrens cattle catte got Into Agrens grens field the th
latter later put the stock in the estray pound poundAgren
and had the damages appraised at 5 i
Agren refused to pay for the damage and andcustody
demanded his stock stock The They we were In the thecustody I
custody of William Vllam H Lowder the con constable I
stable and when the officer refused to j jmade
delver deliver the them Larsen sued for them and andmade andmade I
made the constable a party to the action i I
He secured the stock on putting acton up a t
bond and the case then came cme on for trial
In the district dIstrct court Attorney Atorne T D I j
Johnson represented the owner of the
cattle catle and N J Harris Haris the defendants
Every point in the case cse was contested conteste as
though thousands of dollars dolars were in involved involved ¬
volved Attorney Atorney Johnson attacked atacked the theconstitutionality theconsttutonalty theconstitutionality
constitutionality consttutonalty of the law under which
the cattle catte were impounded on the ground gro md
that it I was taking possession of property propertwihout
without wihout due process of law After long
arguments argument and the citins ciln citIn of numerous numerousauthorities numerousauthorItes numerousauthorities
authorities authorItes the judge ruled that o the stock stockwas stockwa stockwas
was wa taken legally but that the appraise appraisement appraisement appraisemont ¬
ment certificate certlcate assessing the 5 damages damageswas
was defective defectve and it was wa thrown out
However the jude ruled rule that the out de ¬
fendants might hold the cattle ctte under the thecommon thecommon thecommon
common law and the te case cse went on After
being belnl finally pnaly submitted submIted to the jury the
jurors juror after afer a discussion of some jur time timecame tme tmecame I I I I Icame
came into court with wih a request requet for in ¬
formation formaton when the animals were first
in distraint dlstrlnL Judge Rolapp Rlapp answered that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the question queston in this case was a8 one that the
jury jur must mU determine deterne He gave Iae however howevora 10wevor 10wevora
a definition defniton of the word distraint dlstralntte dlstralntteconditon distraintthe distraintthecondition the thecondition
condition conditon of control assumed and exer exercised exercised exercised ¬
cised Shortly Shorty afterward aferwad the Jury ju brought broughtin
in a verdict in favor of the impounder of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the stock No cause of action acton The TE case casewill caeewi casewill
will wi probably go g to the supreme court courtBURGLARS court courtURGL courtEVEGLABS
RobberTraced Robbr Bobber Traced Through Trugh Snow 1y 1yPath byPatch by byPatch
Patch Path on Shoe ShoeThe ShoeThe I
The he dry goods loOs store of John J Mc
Cready was entered by burglars burglar some time timeduring tme timeduring
during durng Wednesday Weneday night and goods to tothe tothe
the amount of about S150 n In vsuue aUE were weretaken werek weretaken 1
taken k n away The robbers were captured
I ment mentIn meatIn yesterday afternoon afteroon by b the police polce depart department deart deartment departmeat ¬
In 11 addition additon to the capture of the men m n
the ffleers > flrer recovered recover d all al of the property
Which hlch had been hidden In the attic ttcpor poP ¬ =
tion of the George A Lowe warehouse warehousenear warehouselear warehouseneam 1
near lear the t1i freight yards yardsOfficer 1ardsOffcer yardsOfficer
Officer Offcer Morrissey got on the track of ofone orone olone
one of fthemen the men through noticing notcing a pecu ¬
liar trace which he left In the snow ow ¬
ing Jn to a patch on the sole of his hlt shoe sh e
Later this same man aopearcd alearcd at the theof thepawnbrokers
pawnbrokers and atempted attempted to pawn one oneof 1
of the stolen overcoats overcoatsOtcers overcoatsOfficers
Officers Otcers Morrissey M rrlsse AI Herrick and
Chambers Chamber arrested aested him and then going go1n go1nto
to his room arrested his hi partner The Themen
men raye rave ve the names of orDIck Dick West and andWla
VllHam Wla Farrell Frrel West Yest made a completeconfession emplcteconfeslon complete
confession and a nd tod the officers where wherethey here herethey
they might find fnd the goofls sooUs gooUsFoL
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+ For or Beets 200000 200000The 4 4i + 1 1The
+ i +
4 + The Amalgamated Sugar Su r company companyofOgdon 4 4of
4 + of ofOgdon Ogden yesterday yesterdry paid pal out to beet bee beet4 beet4growers t tgrowers + f
4 growers about 80000 800 being beingthe the terrt terrtpa first firstpaymentmade 4 +
+ paymentmade pa mentmfdc this season for beets beetstaln beetsmakin
+ making taln makin a total thus far paid of ofabout 4 4about +
4 about 200000 O with wih another payment pamentcoming 4 4coming
4cpminy + coming in January JanuarySues Januar Januart 4 4Sues +
t + t t + TO t t t + T TSues
Sues on Note NoteJ
J J Schwartz Shwsrtz and Frank A Schwartz Schwartzyesterday Schartzy Schwarttyesterday
yesterday y terdl filed ted an action acton in the Second Seconddistrict S Seconddistrict cond conddtstrct
district dtstrct cour court for the cpllection cplecton of 275 275with 2i
with wih Interest fntcrest from W W S Donaldson and andP andF andF l
F B Williams VIlams The Te note wassecured by bya bva bya
a certain c rtaln chattel catel mortgage on furniture furnitureand furlur furlurand furnitureand 1
and a decree of foreclosure foreclosUe is asked askedHoldups aske aske1oldups askedHoldups
Holdups 1oldups Receive Sentence SentenceSix
Six years year at hard labor In the state stateprison stte stteprison statEprison
prison were the sentences Imposed on oneach oneah or oreach j
each eah of o the two men who pleaded guilty guiltyto guit guitto
to holding holdin up and robbing George GeorgI Patch Patchr atch atchthe
the holdinl RIo Erande rnde Western estern yarelman rtman a few fewweeks fewweeks r
weeks ago The prisoners will wi be taken to tothe tot t tthe
the t e penitentiary today todayOgden toda todaOgden todayOgdepBriefs
Ogden OgdepBriefs OgdepBriefsNels Briefs BriefsNV Brefs BrefsNeJs
NV NeJs > ls Christensen was yesterdaybound yesterdayboundover yesterday esterdaybouTd esterdaybouTdover boup boupover
over by b Justice Justce Howell Howel on a charge of ar arson arson arson ¬
son His fiis bonds were fixed fxed at 5500 5500M 500 5J
M l A Conley onley was wasbound bound over to await awaittrial awaittrial t
trial In the district court ourt yesterday on oncharge a acharge acharge I i
charge of nousebreakiner houebreaklnc Bonds were werefixed werefixed wonfixed
fixed at J500 5 500 Conley ConleyJs Is the man who is isalleged isa1e h haiIeed
alleged a1e ed to have have stolen the tools from Ec Eccles EcteF Ecties
ties teF Dlanlnz Dlaln mill about a week ago agoJohn agoJohn agoJohn
John Moore Moore a well known resident resfimt of ofHooper orH o oHOoper
Hooper H op r died yesterday yestera weI morning morning of con congestion congeston ¬
gestion geston of the theiungs lungs He e was 56 5 years ears conf of ofage oCage o f
age Mr Moore was as one ne of the earliest earliestsettlers rUest rUestsetters ot t
settlers setters In Hooper having ha v lag Jived Jved the th there > re e for forthe forthe fo foI r
the past pat thirty t ttiirtyyears lrtYear years He leaves leoe5 a widow widowand wldo wldoand widoand I
and family famiy Fneral Funeral services will wi beheld beheldat be be held heldat heliat
at house l oclock Sunday Sundaat at atthe the th Hooper meeting meetng 5
Special Speia to The Te Herald HeraldWashington Herld Herldashlngon
Washington ashlngon Dec 16 16A A splendid splendidbanquet splendidbanquet
banquet was given by b Senator Kearns Kearnsthis Kearnsthis Kearnsthis
this evening at gven the Raleigh hotel to the theWashington theVaehlngton theWaehington
Washington newspaper correspondents correspondentswho
who whovlsited visited Salt Sal Lake Lke City Ciy and the Ir Irrigation IrrIgaton irrigation ¬
rigation rIgaton congress at Ogden Ogde in Septem September September Septemher ¬
ber 1903 1903In 1903In 1903In
In addition additon to the visiting corre correspondents correspondents correspondents ¬
spondents those thos present were Robert RobertJ
J Wynne postmaster general Crosby CrosbyS
S Noyes No es of the Washington Wahlnttn Star Phil Philander Phi Philarider ¬
ander Johnson Washington Star G J JKarger JKarger JKarger
Karger ScrippsMcRae Press Senator SenatorDubols SenatorDubois SenatorDubois
Dubois Idaho Idao Charles Jackson Jackon chair chairman chairma chairman ¬
man ma Idaho Democratic Democratc state stte commit committee commI committee ¬
tee T A Wickersharh Vickersh m formerly of ofSalt ofSal ofSalt
Salt Sal Lake Lke and andJ J E Jones private sec secretary secretry seeretary ¬
retary retry to Senator Kearns KearnsThe Kears KearsThe KearnsThe
The occasion was a reunion of the thenewspaper thenewapaper thenewspaper
newspaper correspondents corespondents and was wasmade wasmade wasmade
made the opportunity for many happy happyspeeches happypeeches happyspeeches
speeches In commemoration commemoraton of their theirtrip theirtrip
I trip trp through the western country count Sen SenVON SenVON SenVON
4 4Consequently
Consequently Consequenty His Death Was WasDecreed WasI WasDecreed
I Decreed by byReform Reform Party PartySTORY PartySTORY PartySTORY
SL 51 Petersburg Dec 15 ltFrom lFrom From the thelips theUps thelips
lips of a high personage who attended attendedthe atended atendedthc attendedtime
the trial tral of Sasoneff Sasonef the assassin of ofMinister ofM11ster ofhimlster
Minister M11ster of the Interior Von Plehve Plehvethe Plehvt Plehvtthe Plehvethe
the Associated Press Is enabled enable to give givethe givethe givethe
the substance of the prisoners prsners speech speechin
in which he strove to justify justfy his act actSuBoneff actSusoneff i ia
SuBoneff a onef spoke calmly and eloquently eloquentlyexplaining eloquent eloquentlyexplaining
explaining the aims and objects of the theSocialist theSocialst theSocialist
Socialist Socialst revolutionary revolutonary party The rea reason reason reason ¬
son for Von Plehves Plehvesmurder murder the pris prisoner prisoner prisotter ¬
oner said was wa his own biography Sa Sasoneff Sasone Snsoneff ¬
soneff sone told how he joined the narty and andcommitted anpcommite an l lcommitted
committed commite the crime He declared that thatthe thatthe
the Socialist Socialst revolutionary reolutonary party part did didrot I Irot
rot contemplate a forcible destruction destruton destrutonof destructionof
01 of autocracy autocrcy rcaiiiiig realzing realizing the me iiuyuasiuu iiuyuasiuuJty Imposslbl impossibli impossibliity
Jty H of such a task without wihout the aid of ofan ofar ofan
an ar army The Socialist Socialst revolutionary revolutionaryparty revolutonar revolutionaryparty
party Sasoneff Sasonef said is entirely enirely different differentfrom dJert dJertf1om differoiltfrom
from the party of the national natonal will willwhich wU willwhich
which slew Emperor Alexander II IIThis I IIThis
This latter later party he said ald was engaged engagedIn
In If a desperate desprate duel with the autocracy autocracyin uutocracIn
in which to annihilate annihiate was the sole aim aimand aimnnd aim aimand
and object objecLPeaceful objectPeaceful
Peaceful Popaganda PopagandaThe
The Socialist Socialst revolutionary reolutonalT party prt is a apeaceful apcaceCuJ apeaceful
peaceful propaganda propagnda to show the evils evilsof els elsf evilsi
of f i autocracy autocrcy and gradually Inculcate Inculcatethe Inculcatethe
the principles of socialism among all allclasses al allclasses
classes of the nation naUonbut but realizing realzins that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the attainment of a perfect socialistic socialisticstate socalstc socalstcstate socialisticstate
state Is so remote that by b the time tme It Itis ItIS Itis
is reached Russia probably will w1 be ob obliterated oblterated obliterated ¬
literated lterated from the face of the globe globeThis globerhls globeThis
This peaceful and idealistic Idealhstc mission en encountered ef encountered ¬
countered the ruthless opposition oppositon of ofcertain ofctrtaln ofcertain
certain ctrtaln ministers such as Bogollepoff Bogollepoffminister Bogolepof Bogoliepoffminister
minister maistr of public publc instruction instr1fton who was wasshot wasshot wasshot
shot Jan 27 i 1901 and died March 13 13of 13of
of the same year ear and Siplaguine min minister mII mliilater ¬ J
later ter of the interior assassinated assssinated Apt Aptl II 11I I
1 1902 and notably Von Plehve who whomade whomade I
made a business of hunting huntng down apos apostles ap03e aposties ¬ I
ties e of socialism socialsm The party was WR com compelled cOU conielled ¬
pelled eled elled to defend itself and this gave ga gaverise e else i iijse
rise to a fighting fghtng organization organizaton whose whosemembers whosl whoseneiiibers j jembers
members are pledged to exterminate exterminatepersecutors exterminater 1 Irersecutors
persecutors persecutorsWhy rersecutors rersecutorsWy r raecutOrs raecutOrsWhy
Why Wy Von Plehve Was Killed KilledSasoneff Kiled Kiledasoneff XilledSasoneff
Sasoneff recited recied a W list lst of oenets acts for forvhich lr lrhlch totihieh
vhich hlch Von Plehve Pl was 3va5eondemned condemned m meluding mclu
Vew s
eluding clu lng the persecution perecuUn of Finns FinB 1nns thesibughter the theslaughter thesibughter r
slaughter sibughter of vyorkmen workrnenitLZlatoiist orkenaL aL iZlat Zlatoust ust the thermrder i iriurder
rmrder Turder of ofJdWs Jevs J Ws at Kisliineff K 21nen and d thev te the
ator Kearns acted as fqastmaster and andin andin am J
in i n the course of the evening Eyening responses responsesto eponses eponsesto amS s
to t o toasts were made mR e by b Postmaster PostmasterGeneral PostmaaterGeneral r
General Wynne Major l jorJohn John M 11 Carson Carsondean Carsondean Carsmidean i
dean of the corps corps o Washington cor correspondents correspondents ¬
respondents r Arthur W Dunn of core the theAssociated theAssociated th e
Associated Press Richard Lee Team TeamNew TeamNew TeamNew i
New York Tribune G J Karger of ofScrippsMcRae ofSrlppsIRae o oScrippsMcRae
ScrippsMcRae R H Lindsay Kansas KansasCJty Knaas KnaasII KansaCity
II Ciy City Star A F Phjlips lps Salt S t Lake LakeSenator 1ke 1keTrlb
Trlb Tribune ne E C Sny Sny lqr r Omaha Omafa Bee BeeSenator BeeSenator
Senator Fred Dubois Charles Jackson Jacksonof Jacksoiof
of Idaho Thomas Dawson of the As Associated Assoch Assocbted
sociated soch ed Press Jesse Carmichael of the theBoston theBoton th
Boston Boton Herald and Er E S Little Litte of the theLos theLs th thLos e
Los Ls Angeles Times TimesThe TImesThe TimesThe
The speeches were ere in a happy vein yeinand veinand I Iand
and at the close of the dinner Senator SenatorKearns SenatorKearns SenateKearns
Kearns Invited Invie l his guests to tak l din dinner dinner dinrier ¬
ner with wih him annually annualy whether whethe he heshould h hehould p
ehould be In the Senate or not ani adh adhas and he hewas h hL e
was as enthtisiaaticlly enthtsIat enthdSlnoti flr alloted toted oteda a rgod good fel fellow Cel10w L ¬
low by the newspaper n newsijafer ws a er men arid rd his hisInvitation hisInviation hi hiinvitation s
Invitation Inviation accepted acceptedspoliation 4 4srolaton
spoliation srolaton of Armenians Arma alls beside bside his histreatment histreatment hi 5
treatment of socialists soclalst When hen the com committee commitee cornmittee 1 ¬
mittee mitee of the fighting fghtng organization organizaton de decided decided ¬
cided on Q1 Van Plehves death there therewere thereere e
were ere over 100 volunteers volunteer to execute the thesentence theSfntence th thd e
sentence Sfntence Sasoneff Sason f was wa selected and andvas andwas an i
was told he would wo la have an accomplice accomplicelut acomplce acomplce1lt 5 5
lut 1lt he did not know kno the name of his hisaccomplice hi hi hiaccomplice Is s
i accomplice accomplce until unti he hesav saw Sikorifsky Sikor lsky al after alter ¬
ter the murder murdr Sasoneff Sasonet declared decared that thatit thatt the Lt t
it t was with wih horror and loathing that he heundertook heundertook Ii e
undertook to deprive a human being of oflife ofhfe C if f
life but that tha he realized reaJzed that the mon monster monster L ¬
ster Von Plehve could only be met metwith metwith me mewith t
with the monster death deathSasoneffs deathSasoneis deathZasoneffs
Sasoneffs Sasoneis Career CareerRelating CaleerRelatng C ieer
Relating Relatng the events of his life lCe Sa Sasoneff Safonet Seeonetf L ¬
soneff fonet said he came of a family famiy belong belonging belonging ¬
ing to the old faith fih which whih had enriched enricheditself enrichedItet d
itself Itet in the lumber lumb r trade at Orenburg Orenburgrnd Orenburg1d OrenburmId g
mId 1d Ufa He was sent to the univer university unlvers ¬
sity s y Qf Q r Moscow l10sc MOsc < m v where for an act actwhich actwhlah ac t
which he had not committed commited he was wascondemned wascLndemned we were LS s
condemned to a grievous penalty penal He Hethen Hetben B Bid re e
then returned to his home in Ufa and andbegan andbegan an id
began to study socialistic solalstc doctrines doctrinesThe doctrlneThe S s >
The murder of Minister Unlst r Bofoliepoff Bofoliepoffgreatly BOfolepor If f
greatly sraU Impressed him and he began begantc bega begato u
tc think the pistol bullet bulet was the only onl onlrtmedy y yd
rtmedy for tyranny t ranny Soon afterward afterwardhe d
he Joined joied the Ural committee commitee of the thesocialist thenuclalst tI me e
socialist nuclalst revolutionary revolutonary party whose whoseheadquarters whosheadqUarters whom whomheadquarters e
headquarters were ere at Ufa UfaSent Ut uraSent
Sent to Exile ExileHe Exl
He was again arrested arr sted on n the charge chargeci chargespreading chari e
ci spreading the doctrine of socialism socialsm socialsmvnd n
end condemned to five veears years exile exie in 1 r rSiberia n
Siberia While Whie in prison at Ufa he h I me ff
met peasants awaiting awaitng trial inconnec in Iconnec IconnecUOIl
lon UOIl with the Zlatoust strike and anddunovltch andlearned an anlearned rd j
learned how Governor General Bog
dunovltch d1tovltch under Von Plehves inspira inspiration Inspta InsptabAn ¬ T
bAn gave ga ve orders to fire fre upon a crowd crowdcr crowdc1 crow crowr l
c1 helpless innocent peasants He Hevowed Hevowed I r e
vowed to slay Bogdanovltch Bogdnov tch but later laterheard laier14tard lati latiheard r
heard 14tard that a comrade cO nrade who has not notj ni > c
j et been discovered killed kied the governor governorgeneral governorg r i
general g neral Sasoneff Sasou r then told t ld how governis he es s 5 I Icaped
caped from frm a Siberian Sl erlan convict cOlvIcl gang and andcrossed andclossd ar arcrossed id a
crossed clossd the frontier fronter ultimately ultImate reach 1 I I11g
ing 11g Geneva whence he came to St1 St11ttersburg St1lttersb S 1t t
1ttersburg lttersb rg to kijr Von Plehve He Hewound h SIc Ic e
wound up with Wih a declaration declaraton that no nopower nopower r II 0 I I
power on earth was able to stop the thespread thespread U Uspread me
spread of ot the humane Ideals idtals of the so sot sana si siciallet
t mlist na lst revolutionary revolutonary party p rty whose work workwas voz k II
was carried canle on by thousands tho thotiands sands of willing wiing willir ig S
hands throughout throu ho t ftie f th length ana anabreadth amibreadt an anbreadth tU d
breadth of o the empire empireBURTONS emphBURTONS empireBURTONS
t t t Louis Luis Dec 15 15The The he case against agaInstUnited again et etUnited
United States Senator Seator Ralph Burton of ofKnsa f j
Kansas Knsa pending in the United States Statescourt Statesc Stat ss sscourt s I
court c urt Of < > f appeals was today continued continuedto contnued contnuedto cott1nui sd sdto d
to the May term to await awai the flqclslon flqclslonof iiciIc fl flof I
of the United States Stote supreme court c urt on ona n na
a similar simiar appeal app al Following hiscon his con convictJon voi Ii Iivlctlon i
vlctlon in the district court here for foracceptng f or oraccepttng ir
accepting acceptng money to use his official ofcal po position positon p j 0sitlori ¬
siton sition in preventing the postofflce postofce de department de d e 0partment ¬
partment partmentfrom from Issuing fraud frud orders ordersagainst ordersasainst orde rs reagainst
against a local getrichquick get ricbQuk concern concernSenator concer n TiSenator
Senator Burton took writs wris of error eror to toth tobpth
both th the t e ec eprQme c supremecourt prQme court and the court courtoCapjJealsi courtiRle cou rt rtappeals
oCapjJealsi appeals I5 The appeals ppe 1are are separate separatepiuiceefiiugs separatePFce separa te teThai
piuiceefiiugs PFce iRle lig That to the supreme supremecourl supreme aupren ri ri4ou4s e
courl 4ou4s uda is on tIt the tesue t1c ot Jurisdiction Jurisdicton
1 f
4 4Idaho
Idaho Man Ofered Offered Amendment Amendmentto
I to Philippine Phiippine Bill BillMINIKG Bi BiMIH
4 4Special
Special to Tho Herald HeraldWashington Herald1rahington HeraldWashington
Washington 1rahington Dec D De15Senator 1Senator 15 Senator Kearns Kearnstook Kearnstook Kearnstook
took part with wih muph In success suc es in a de debate debpte debate ¬
bate bpte today toa1 in the thesenate senate upon pon the thePhilippine theJhnippinc theIhlhippinc
Philippine Jhnippinc bill bil Senator Heyburn pro proposed pr prorised
Tsed posed an an amendment amelamet to the bill bi In Inwhich Invhich Inwhich
which he h sought to have mining claim claimboundaries claimboundarle claimboundarien
boundaries follow folow the pitch of the vein veinwhile veinahile eln elnhle
while hle the provision In the bill hi pro proYl provideci
vlded Yl d that such boundaries boularies should fol follow follew follow
low vertical ertcal lines Une Senator McComas McComaswho llcComas llcComaswho MeComaswho
who wasin charge of the bill bi for the thectmmlttes theClmmItte thecommittee
committee ClmmItte called crled on Senator enator Kearns Kearnswho Kearnsho Kearnswho
who ho explained the subject subjeetto to the te sen senate senate seaate
ate so o clearly that he was the recipl recipIent reclpient
ent of many congratulations congratulatons from rom tel fellow CelICw tellow
low ICw senators Kearns remarks remrks on the theamendment theamendment theamendment
i amendment were in part as follows followsKnew folows folowsK followsXncw
Knew K w Whereof Wereof He e Spoke SpokeAs SpokeAs
As an American Americn prospector I take takeIssue takeIssue takeIssue
i Issue with wih my friend the senator senatorrom senatorromIdaho from fromIdaho fromIdaho
Idaho I trust the provision will 1 re remain remaln remain ¬
main in the bill bi as it is Not ot only onlythis onlythis onlythis
this but I wish the American law was wasfiamed wasfamed wasframed
famed upon similar slmlr lines lnes that mineral mineralrights mineralrights mineralrights
rights were weregoerned governed by vertical vertcal sur surtace surtace surface
tace lines lnes drawn dr wn on planes down downthrough downthrough downtlmi
through tlmi ough the earth Then every ever pros prosi proslector prosrector
i lector would know what hat he had The Thehinendmcnt Thehmendment Theiimnendmcmnt
hinendmcnt to the the pending Philippine PhUppine PhUppinebi Philippinebill
bill bi measures meaures the surface and gives givesevery givesefr givesevery
every efr locator all mineral that is within withinthe witha withinthe
the surface by metes and bounds on
that surface If his vein should dip out outside outside outside
side of that and he is a miner he he1mows heknows
knows when he h makes the th discovery discoverywhich discoverywhich discoverywhich
which waythe 1t1e vein e1n Is dipping and he hel heis
Is i at liberty lbert to locate ground to secure securethe securethe securethe
the vein cln outside of his vertical rUcal loca locati location
tsdn ti n There Tere has been ben onethird on third as asrifuch asnuch asnuch
nuch spent in litigation ltgaton and perfect perfecting perfectIng perfectlag ¬
ing titles Utes to mines under our American Americansystem AmerIcanstem Americansystem
system stem of following foJowlng dips as In discov discovrng discovering
ering rng and developing them under the thelaw thelaw thelaw
law as established establshed by this bill bi Here Herewill Herewi Herewill
will wi be given to every eV ry Individual Just justhat justflat
vhat hat Is on the surface and the sim simplest elm elmplest
plest Iest prospector will wlkno WI know what he has hasThere hasThere hasThere
There Is a growing sentiment sentment among amon amonthe
the mining men menofthis of this country countr to es establish e etblsh
tablish tblsh the vertical vertcl surface system systemand systemand systemand
and as a miner and practical prctcal mining miningman minIngman miningman
man I wish I could amend the Artier merl
lean lan law la w and adopt the system pro proFcsed
rcsed in this bill billWent bi billWent
Went Into Details DetailsMr Detais Detaislr DetailsMr
Mr lr Kearns then described desribed in detail detailthe detai detailthe
the mining operations operatons under the Amer ¬
Ian law and benefits benefts which would fol folif
Icn Ir T if the plan outlined outned in the Philip Pl1fp Pl1fppe Philippme
pae bill bi were adopted and said sid saidr
I know something about it from the thepractical thercUcal theprctica1
practical end and in a heavy mining miningsuit miningsui miningsuit
suit sui It I is a matter of financial fnancial endur endurnuce endurance endurairce
nuce and nd the man who stays stys longest longestgenerally longet longeteneraH longestgenerail
generally eneraH gets get the vein I have have long longwished longwished longwished
wished congress would establish establsh the thevertical thevertcal thevertical
vertical vertcal surface and give us the same samelights samelghts samerights
lights lghts In precious metal mining that thatexist thaiexist
exist in coal mining It I would stop
lltlgatiop itgatop and andmueh much m c fraud rud In mining
Heyburn Hejburn then undertook to question questiorKearns
queston questonJ
Kearns J arns who answered all his hi questions questons questonstompty questlonmromptly
promptly tompty p and with convincing convincng force toree1eburns forceieyburns
Heyburns 1eburns 1 amendment am ndm nt was lost In Inad ad adation
Qlibn d < ation 1on to othercongratulations other congatulatons the pre presolng precIng
siding s cIng officer ofcer of the senate snate Senator
Frye personally personaly thanked Senator
Kearns Rea rn8 for his hf presentation to the thesen sea seaate
ate of the technicalities of the subject subjectAE5NT
Rumor Says Bancroft Bancrof Will Be BePermanent BePermanent
Permanent Head of ofthe oftheSouthern the theSouthern theSouthern
Southern Pacific Pacificp
c The following changes cha1gC according to tohe
fhe t he Denver Denv r Republican Republcan are reported reportedto reporte
to t o be likely lke to take place on the Union
Pacific system Jan JaJ 1 1W 1Yo 1W
W Yo H Bancroft general manager of orthe
the Oregon Short Line Salt Sal Lake will willgo wi willgo
go to San Francisco Francsco as general man manager manager
ager of the Southern Pacific PacificJ Pacifc PacifcJ
J M Gruber general superintendent superintendentUnion superintendentUnion superintendentUnion
Union Pacific PacIfc Omaha wU will succeed Mr Ir IrBancrof
Bancroft Bancrof as general manager of the
Oregon Short Line LineW
W L LPark Park superintendent 8uperintendelt Wyo W o ooming
oming division dlvI lon Cheyenne will succeed succeedMr
Mr r Gruber as general geeral superintendent
W A A Whitney rhltney assistant superin superintendent superintendent
tendent Cheyenne will wi become super superIntendent superlatendent
intendent of the Nebraska Nebraska division
W A Deuel superintendent Nebras Nebras
ka division will w1 return to Denver as assuperintendent
superintendent of the Colorado dl division dlvision dlvision
vision visionH
H E Ferris superintendent Colo Colorado Colorado Cob Cobrado ¬
rado division Denver will wi leave the
Union Edward Pacific Pacifc Dickinson to be general associated af0clated manager managerof with wih wihEdward withEdward
of ent the Kansas City C1 Mexico llexlco and Ori Orient Oneat
Mr Bancroft is nOw acting actng general generalmanager generalmanagerof
manager managerof of the Southern Pacifics Pacifcs line
between Ogden and San Francisco It I
is understood that he Is to be general generalmanager generalmanager generalmanager
manager of the entire enUr Southern Souther Pacific Pacificsystem
system s3stem that system being controlled controled Pacfc Pacfcs3stem
by b the Union Pacific PacIfc Mr Gruber who
Is slated to succeed him is thoroughly
familiar famiar with wih the Oregon Short Line
It I is said s Id that there are no changes changescontemplated changescontemplated I
contemplated on the Oregon Railway
Navigation Navigaton lines linesMr lnes lnesllr linesiilr
Mr llr Park has ha been in charge of the
Wyoming division of the Union Pa Pacific Pacfc Pacific ¬
cific cfc for many man years ears That is the most
difficult difcult division on the Union Pacific Pacificand
Pacfc Pacfcand
and his administration adlnlstrat n of it i is said to
be superior to todiat that of am superinten
dent that tha the compapy has ever had hadat hadat
at Cheyenne The departure of both
iur Mr jrurn Park ana and iur Mr Whn Whitney wiijmey trom from uney uneyenne Cheyenne Chey Cheycnnme
enne leaves that division without men menso menso menso
so far as publicly known but it is said
that the successors succeSFors for these men have havealready hayealready havealready
already been selected selectedIt seleted seletedI
It I Is known that Mr lr Deuel has ha been
desirous of returning returnhgo o his old posi
tion ton as superintendent of the Colorado
division which carries with It J a reel
deuce In Denver He H was for years
In the position positon here and he has year been beenenabled J Jsaid I Jenabled
enabled to accomplsh accomplish more here it is Issaid I
i I
said than any an superintendent 8uperlntndent the j j I
Union Pacific Pacifc h25 ever had in control controll i
of the Colorado division divisionent divIsionIr divisionMr I
Mr Ir Ferzls Ferris goes it Is said to the Orl Orlent Oneat
ent road as general superintendent superintendent Mr
Dickinson was formerly formerl general generl man manager manager
ager of the Union Pacific and It Is said saidthat saidthat
that his plans are to put his old friends friendsIn
in the important positions positons on the
Stilwell Stiwel road roadCAPTAIN
San Francisco FrancfCO Dec De 15 l 15Captain 15CaptainAmos Captain CaptalnAmos
Amos H Martin Martn ofHhe ot he Fourteenth in infantr Infartry
fantr fantry was a passenger today on the thetrEnsport thetrensport
trEnsport trensport Sheridan fm from Mania Manila He is isurder isurder
urder orders to proceed to Washing
ton to explain an alleged aleged duplication duplicationir duplcaton duplcatonot
of pay accounts Captain Captin Martin Martn says saysthat ays aysthat
that the matter mater wi will willbe be easily easiy cleared ceared cearedHt clearedHe
He made up certain accounts before beforegoing beforegoing
going to the Philippines Phlppines he said but butpaid butpaid
paid these accounts and balances after afterrcachlnt afterreaching
reaching rcachlnt the islands thereby causing causingconu8IQ causingc0nuslQ
confusiq His 11 Hi agtlfin atIppYfts Wis miscon mlGconstre miseonstnifed
strifed stre jnWasHui tniJWahnop Ojranfl he was or ordered ordeeiI
defed tp retufl return returmit to thecapital te the capital apla to ex explain explain cxplain ¬
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youll youl kick if your halo doesnt sit si straight straght Stop it Turn Turnyour TU1 TU1your Turnyour
your thoughts thought to pleasant subjects sub ect Think of that Turkey Turkeyyou Turkeyyou Turkeyyou
you are ae going to have Think of the glorious glorou CARVING CARVINGSETwe CAVIG CAVIGETe CARVINGSETtwe
SETwe can cn give gve you YOJ for 150 Think Thnk of all al the te beautiful beautifulthings beautfu beautifulthings
things we have to grace your table on CHRISTMAS CHISTMA DAYThink DAY DATThink Y YThink
Think of US U bubble Keep on thinking tinkng of us If I that ta doesnt doesntmake doesnt doesnfI
I make you bubble over with joy youd better beter see a doctor doctorBrubaker doctorBrubakerCampbell doctorBrubaker
BrubakerCampbell Brubaker Campbell Hardware lardware rdwre Co CoBOTH CoBOTK 0 0BOTH
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Boy Falls Fals on Track and Is IsKilled IsKiled IsKilled
Killed Kiled by Coal Car Pass Passing Passing Passing ¬
ing Over Him HimPark HimPark
Park City Dec 15 1 15Today Today about about 1 1oclock 1ocloclt
oclock o clock the te 11yearold son of Mr Ir and Mrs MrsHiram MrsHirm MrsHiram
Hiram Hirm Bates was run overand Instantly
killed kied by b the front trucks of a a heavy hevy coal coalcar c coalcar l lcar
car on the Rio Grande Western estern railway T
The accident occurred at a point rlwa just
above a the te depot dEpot between the Silver pint King
terminal terinal t and the te passenger platform of
the t he depot de POL The Te boy was It I seems platorm going
on an errand errnd for his mother toUier and had ar ¬
rived n at a point near n o the the standing train
He attempted atempted to cross the track trck just as s
the t he train started and stumbling fell on
the te track track The car passed pased over the fel body bod
and mangled It i In a terrible way wa The
employes of the company saw the acci ¬
dent and tried to stop stop the train but were
unsuccessful in their attemptsuntil atempt attempts until too oo
late l ate to save the life of the boy The Te unU body
Is now no at the undertaking parlors prlor of J
F Richardson < v > ov > t where KliCtu I it IL will Will ICtilUlII remain until
after the inquest InquestIrs InquestMrs untf
Mrs Irs May Iay B Harkness ad and music class
will wi give a recital recial this evenlngat the
Congregatonal Congregational church A large h umber
of invitations Inltatons have lave been Issuedand Issued and the i
event tvent promises to be one of the th occasion occaions
of the year 3 ear from a social ctantf ntanrdnt utanfto1nt dlnt
The funeral of Joseph F Robinson who
died of pneumonia will wi be held this after ¬
noon from the tht A O U l W Yo hall Deceased Deceaed afer afernoon
wag wa one of the oldest residents rpsldent of Park Pak
City CIr having come to to this thI place In 1878
and has ha lived lved here ever ePr since He 18 was waswel
well wel known kown by b every veI one here and gen
erally eran well thought of He leaves a wife wifeand wifeand
and three chidren children two or whom live here hereand
and a married marrIed daughter who lives lves lve in Salt Snit
Lake City Cty
John FltzGlbbons FizGibbons who ho has been be u so very ver
ill 1 with wih pneumonia is reported as being
somewhat Improved today to a and hopes for
his recovery recover are entertained
This morning moring the funeral of the infant infantchild Infantchid infantchild
child chid of Fred FredGro Gross s who died yesterday esterda esterdawas
was held from the theM M E church This Thiswas Thiswas Thiswas
was an exceedingly sad death the father fatherof fatheroC fatherof
of the child chid having died only two t o days da s
before and the mother about a a y year ar since sInce
The Infant son of George Nancarra Nancara dleo dleoyesterday dleaesterday dieayesterday
yesterday of pneumonia The Te funeral will wi
be held tomorrow tomorrowThe tomoroW tomorrowThe j
The Te storm which has been raging ragln hero hereJill heroal heroall
Jill al all day Is easily easil the most severe of the theseason theseaon theseason
season seaon The snow has been drifting drlftn and
blowing and the Indication seem to point
to sleighing before the storm Is over 001
Colonel Treweek Trfweek > came up from the cap ¬
ital lat this morning and went ent to the Wabash WnbashCharles Wabashmine Wabashmine
mine In whih which he Is htaU heavily interested
Charles Van Eec was among the morn
Ing arrivals from the metropolis metropolisJohn
motropols motropolsJohn
John McDonald Is spending a few days d ys
In town visiting with wih friends and ac acquaintances c cqualntaces
quaintances quaintancesj qualntaces qualntacesF
F L Llndwell of Omaha came up to
town today toda to look after mining interests
here I
Provo rovo Dec IS 15 15Willlam William A DIxon aged
3L 3 31 and HaUte Hands aged aed 30 both bth of 1
Provo have hav taken out a mirriage mirlage license lcense lcenseCount
> County Count Attorney Atorney qe Anderson Anderon and Deputy i
Sheriff Barnett B rnet rnett went to Benjamin nfnatin today toda todato i
to Investigate Imcstgate some criminal matters mattersMr mater mattersMr >
Mr 11 and and1lrs Mrs James Meldrum have re rena I
t turned rned from a trip to Mexl Mexico and Arlzo Arlzonn
na where theywent the wont to visit Vst friends after ater afterattending 1 1attending I
attending atending the Irrigation irrIgton congress cngres in El
Paso Tex Tex TenA i iA I IA
A bazar and supper will wl be given in the j
Congregational Congregatonal church hurh Friday FIda evening
Dec 16 16John 16John 16John
John Ryan the discharged 1sharged soldier who
has ha served live fve days in the city et jail for
being drunk was wa released yesterday eterar In Indrunk
the afernoon afternoon he col celebrated brted b gcttn gcttndrunk getUns I
drunk and was as given a n bed In Jail jai with without without ¬
out any charge being preferred prefered against aainst
him He was let out this morning mornlns and andwas andsoon andvas
was soon again agin againdrunk drunk This Tis afternoon afernoo n ho howas bewas >
was fined S5 5 by Justice Justce Noon Noon j I
George Geore Hill HI a young man 22 2 years ears of orage ol olage I Iage
age addicted to morphine and suffering 8uCferng sutfentnfrom
from a n very er serious disease was wu fined fln d c
10 or ten days da s by Justice ustce Noon Non today toda todaHf
Hill Hf is a transient who has been beengavltt gravitat gravitatIng gravitatingbetwoen
Ing 108 ingbetwoen between belw n the city clt and county Jails Jais for forsome for foxsbaut
some sonic time tme for fOr various atious small smal offenses offensesf ofen8 ofen8k offenseseql4
1 a h eql4 9ld tijsEt1sworth h tarn tarnoiPbvobcnfdh nrm nrmn
otf oiPbvobcnfdh n rowfbench k cn l owPor ond i f or the Uwor best be t ffuit ffuitfarms 1lt 1ltfams flui fluifarms
farms fams In the state tatet to Thomas Chamber Chaber
ain l for for 190000 OOE The Th farm f n contains ntai about ab
42S 42 4 4c 23 acres acre to a large portion porton of which to v in inchoice it itchoice
choice c fruit fruft and the place pla has some fine flueuilding
building bufding b Improvements ImprovementsBLACK Imrovement improvementsBLAGKWLL me tn
Most riost MostoftheNew of the New York Repub Republican Republcan Republican ¬
lican lcan Leaders Are Against AgainstDepew Againstw AgainstDepew
Depew DepewNew w I INew
New York Dec De li 1iGovernorOdt1 1iGovernorOdt1and 15Governor Governor Odelt Odeltand Odeltand
and and many Ia of his lieutenants 1eutenat held heldlog a along nong
lc long log l ong conference today at theR th RepubH RepubHcan pubIi Ipublian pubIican
can c an club to discuss the senatotshiR senatotsh and andother andothe andther
other othe o matters maters of importance to time ihe
Republican Republca organization organizationSenator organIzaton organIzatonSenator organizationSenator
Senator Depew in an interview inteiew tnr tnrnight to tonIght tonight
night said his candidacy candida C for the sen senatorship 5911atorhlp saiatorship
atorship wns WlS In the hands of his
friends and and he would not withdraw wttn withdrawfrom w wtrom
from the canvass c nass because of any ay 81 81tOJ a ation
tionthe tOJ tion the conference might have taken
The The Herald Herld will wU say 6 tomorrow tomorrowTwentysix tomorrowTwentyslx tomorrowTwentysix
Twentysix leaders were in the con conference conference ¬
ference They The were asked as d by the gui governor go goernot guiernor ¬
ernor to say sa whether they desired deqred the thereelection te terelecton thereelection
reelection relecton of Senator Depew or the theelection theelecton L Lelection
election electon of Mr Black Seventeen of ofthem ofthem r
them tem declared d clared for Black seven for De Depew Dt ¬
pew and two of them Governor Odeii Odeiiand Od Dt l 1l 1land
and Speaker Nixon indicated no pref preference pre prefeience ¬
erence erenceAt erenceAt eienceAt
At the close of the discussion dlscussiog Gov Governor Governor ¬
ernor eror Odell Odel said sid the sentiment sentment as rep reprelented rena renaresented
relented by b the leaders leder seemed to be beoverwhelmingly beoverwhelnringly
overwhelmingly for Mr Black that he
had done nothing to influence Infuence it it and a
had never requested rquested any anJ legislator legslator to t
desert Mr Depew He said if there ter thereshould
should be a contest in the caucus Sen Sea Seaator
ator Depew would be able to control controlfewer CutDO controlfewer
fewer than 40 votes of the 140 login
lators It I will wf require 101 votes vote lQiIs to l toelect
elect a senator senatorGERMANYS s nator natorGEMS
Berlin Berln Dec Dee li liLleutenant Lieutenant General GeneralVon G GCnlVon n i l lVon
Von Troth commander in chief chie bjf bjfthe qfthe
the German forces In German SoutH SoutHwest Sout1 Southwest
west Africa telegraphing telearaphlng from Wind ¬
hoek says sixty dead Hottentots were
found on the field feld after the natives
fight fght with Colonel DImllngs Dimlngs force force natve Dec Dee
5 The latter later captured 3000 300 head of ofcattle ofcattle
cattle catte Thirtysix Thlrt slx settlers setters have been beenmurdered bee beenmurdered
murdered by Wilbois In
Wlbois the southern southernpart Euthern southernpart
part of the colony since the rising and
five fve settlers setter are missing missingSURPLUSOF mising misingf missingb
f a
SURPLUSOF SURPLUS OF 3000000 3000000Mexico 3OOO000MexIco 3000000Mexico I
Mexico City Cit Dec 15 15Finance Finance Min Un ¬
ister Limantours budget for the ei eisuing n nsuing
suing fiscal fscal fiscalyear year estimates estmates the the reveriu reveriuat reve1u reve1uat revenu4at en
at 88104000 and the expenses expenees at 5SoT 3S
474000 440 Theprevious The previous fiscal fscal year ea showed shOve Sir
the te largest surplus on record over ton tonmillion tonmiion tonmillion
million miion dollars dolars
Of Pianos Piano Organs Small Sma1 Instru Instruments Instrumcnt instrumeats ¬
meats mcnt Sheet Music lusf Talking Ma Machinos Machines In Inchino
chinos chino Records etc now being
sold at unheard unherd of prices pricesEVERYTHING prces prcesEVEn pricesEVERrmNG
Carsfensen Carste jSuson AnsonCo AnsonCoIncorporated on Co CoIncorporated
Incorporated IncorporatedTemple IncorporatedTemple r f ft4
Temple of Music MusicZ4 MusicZ4
Z4 MAIN STREET STREETSuccessors STREETsucccsbrs STREETSucceesrs
1 Successors succcsbrs to Dayn Dayn Dayns s Music Mu Musjpqo MusjpqoN1 t Go I
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