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L THE SALT S T LAKE HERALD J ± llO MONDAY IA FEB E J 13 1905 3
M FORTUNES FORTUNESON ON ONiHEIRBACKS
iHEIRBACKS iHEIRBACKSWashington THEIR BACKS
Washington Women Dress for the theInaugura1
Inaugural Ball BaUQUESTION
QUESTION OF PRECEDENCE PRECEDENCENOTED
NOTED WIDOWS AT THE NA NATIONAL NATIONAlCAPITAL ¬
TIONAL TIONAlCAPITAL TIONAlCAPITALs CAPITAL CAPITALSpecial
Special s 1 lal to The iiie Herald HeraldWashington
Washington Feb 12 12In In the th midst
91 1 the rush of entertaining at the cap cnpl cnpltal I
tal prominent pr mlnent women are finding time timeto
to discuss gowns gown for or the Inaugural ball ballOn ballOfle
Once On < o on a time within the memory of ot11w
Hie 1h > present generation gennatlonomcial official women womenthought womenthought
thought anything good enough to wear
to these thp e national crushes The condi condl110n
lion of the ball room the absolute absolutead
lack ad of any an semblance of comfort in inthf
thr th toilet rooms or on the floor mnd
ii rank extravagance to wear eur a a frpplt rt < h hr
< r expensive expens > > dress drt > st But all this has hasanJed
clanged anJed The veiled sarcasm sarc m of diplo diplo3Iats < liplolats
jnatB lats and travelers about holding state s lte ltebaJJ
balls in the adapted building with withf withcloth
tV < > > fse f > He cloth and am greenery covering the the1111suItabie theI
unsuitable I environments unfortunate untortunate3y
Jy still applies to the preparation But Buthp But1hp ButIhe
1hp hp inaugural inau ural committee are bravely bravelyusing braveybsing
using Ing the material in hand to make makeus makebrilliant
us 1 brilliant an appearance as as the possl
Tilltlejj HlltI of the pension building will willallow willHI vIllilow
allow HI ilow That the capital needs a great greattate greatttate
Mate hall for such functions as the theJ theiuguril
j augural bull Is apparent appart > nt to the most mostt
t < nomic legislator such su < > h a hall as ex exi exits
i its ts in connection with the home of oftilt ofIlit
tin president presl e1tor pf France at the Elysee ElyseeT
< i in every ee Other large capital Mlpit l of the thevirld U1erId theold
virld rId for that matter It is designedthat designed designedthat
that such suc an apartment form a part partf
of f the projected state building and andtnat and1sat
tjiat it be suitably furnished and kept keptoilly
only for state occasions Portraits ot otformer orfrmpr offrmer
former presidents pr sid 1ts their wives and the thestatesmen thetatfsmei1 thestatesmen
statesmen warriors scholars and pa patriots pariots paiIots ¬
riots of the natiqn will cover the thewalls thewaHs thewalls
walls
Fine Plumage PlumageBut
Hut even e > 1 th the pension bureau the host hostcf host hostf
cf f women in official otftcI l life and hundreds hundredsof
of notable people from all parts of the thet theountry theountry
t ountry are determined that in the thlrnlttEr theIlittter
matter of fine plumage and wealth wealthr
ft r gems this inaugural ball will be bememorable benwmordble befli
memorable fli morable in history Mrs Irs Roosevelt Rooseveltwill RooseveltIII
will III appear in the first rirst seemingly ex extavagant cxtavagant
tavagant gown which she has worn worns
s mistress of the White House It Itwill Itwill Itwill
will be of American make though the thelare thelar thelare
lare lar and silk for the foundation are areto
10 come from Brussels and have been beencarefully beenupCuH beenLrefUlly
carefully upCuH selected by b Miss Carow her herfister herIster hertster
fister who has been spending the win winler winer In Intpr
ler er abroadbut abroad but who will be b here for forthe for111p forthe
the inauguration The color and gen gent genpal gerital
t pal al design of Mrs rs Roosevelts gown gownair gownal I IarC
air al kept a profound secretbut secret but small smallhints smallnil1ts smallhints
hints are whispered that the cost of the theftown the1on tli tliown
ftown own will approach 5000 Mrs lrs Fair Fair1anks
ftanks Is i also to appear in a a regal regalsown regalhown L Lgown
sown being designed In New York Yorkrad TorlewI YorkuI
rad wI uI all the cabinet women are order ordering ordering orderig
ing as handsome toilets toi1 ts as their re resources resources resources ¬
sources will permit permitQuestion permitQuestion permitQuestion
Question of Precedence PrecedenceThe PrecedenceThe
The women wOI 1en of the diplomatic diplomatic corps corpsare corpsnn corpare
are holding off until they the know just justwhere justwhfrc justwliere
where they are to appear in the theprooes theprooesi prooes prooessiun procesijn
siun i ijn n The grand m mArch rclv will iIl approach approachin fi > ronch ronchin
in li dignity and brilliancy brlUlunc nil that should I
t b > expected on such su < > h occasions and will willof
I of of course be led by the president and and1is andi L La
a 1is i wife with Mr Ir and Mrs Fairbanks Fairbankst Fairbankstorid
t < jond in line Then comes the Rus Russian Rusan Rusan ¬
sian an ambassador dean of the corps corpsiiTiri corpsH1 corpsiid
iiTiri iid H1 the piquant Countess Marguerite Margueritefollowed Margueritefnllowed Iarguerltefollowed
followed by the th other other ambassadors ambassadorstli
tli chief hl Justice the th president pro pmt pro1mPore
timpore t lml1ore of the senate and the speak speaker
er r of the house houseIt houseH houseIt
It has again beui be n suggested that the thefive the1iP theive
five ive heads of th three coordinate coordinateTiniiuhes coordinate111alHh coordinate1rLflth5
Tiniiuhes of this government form a adistinct adlt1l1ct a adIt1flt
distinct class This Thl would make the theTTOC theTror theTreE
TreE sslon consist first of the presl preslilait pJe presitint l ldut
tint and vice ice president and their theirwives theitives I Ii
wives i ives n then the chief justice and his hisdaughter hlglaughter hDtlaughter
daughter Miss liss Fannie Fuller the head headut headl
ut l the judiciary the president pro prot yrotmpore preV
t tmpore V tnpore of the senate nate Senator William WilliamP i
P I Frye and his granddaughter Miss MiniWhite lIss lIssWhite 5
White who is his chatelaine and then thenthe then1h thorhe
the 1h he > speaker of the th house and Miss MissCannon MiniCannon MissCannon
Cannon typifying typifingthe the legislative legislative1dnehEs legislativeI
1 ranches of the thgreat great triumvirate But Bultile c I It
tile t < > ambassadors will not listen to toan any anyfU r I
fU tuh u h argument They must mu come afteithe after afterthe afterth r
the th < > vice president or they the will 111 simply simplyitness slmply simplyiItness
y iItness itness the grand pageant as guests guestsirom guestsirom 3 3irom
irom the gallery This latter course courserobably courseroOO > C CI
I robably roOO bI will after fell 11 be the most mostsatisfactory mostatisfator mosiatisfaetory t
satisfactory atisfator The inaugural ball is a ational aional r i Lionai
tional and not an international af affair affair I
fair and the diplomatic J corps comes comesr s Cerely
r 1 1crpl crely us guests gU Bt8 and not in an ofiiclal ofiiclalcapacity otnclalapadty 1 Iapadty
apadty I
Washington Widows WidowsThe WidowsThe WidowsThe
The fascination which official life lifeI lif lifI
I ssesses for those who have one oneasked 01lM1lsk P
1lsk asked < > d in the light is presented in instring Inf ii iitrnng i
string f trol1J ctflors by the increasing increasincolon increasincolonf colony colonythe colon colonf r
f the widows of famous m mn = n Just Justj JustIW t tI
I j IW < MV there are no less le than nine wo woTn wo11In vo vofln
Tn 11In fln < n who have occupied the loftiest loftiestjlares loftiestilaces t I1lacea
jlares in social and official life They Theyarc Th Theaare > Y Yare
are Mrs I Gwfcretl o rett A Hobart wife wif of f a aMe
Me 11 1 president prefli ent Mrs lrs Henry C Payne Pkynev PkyrieC
v ife of a cabinet minister Mrs Irs Mark MarkHannu MarXHinna IarkHanna C
Hanna Mrs Irs John A Logan Mrs MrsPhil MnPhil MrsPhil f
Phil Sheridan Mrs lrs James McMillan McMillanwidow MeMillanwidow clnllanidow
widow idow of the highly respected senator senatorfrom senatorfrom r rfront
from Michigan and Mrs Ir T De Wit Wittr Witaimnge rUt rUtrultnagf 1
r almage the surviving widow wldo qf f the theeminent themilltnt thimindnt
eminent divine Mrs I Talmage rftlm8 e is the theonly theonl tli tlil
l only onl member n4 > mber of this body of women womenwho womenh wometwho
who h is young youn enough to be considered consideredi consideredmatrhponlal considereeinatrliponial
i matrimonial possibility In addition additiont
t being btlngan AII exceedingly handsome and andrll andll an ancli I
rll < > ll groomed ro nedwomhnshe womRiishe has a fine for fortune fortun fortime ¬
tune tun < > lanfli LJtI a magnificently equipped equippedlom eqcipped1om equtppeloinc j
lom in the heart of the fashionable fashionablesr fa hlonable hlonable1dlon c rr
sr 1dlon r tion She purchased her houi IloullC IloullChkh houeeVhh e ewhich
which hkh Is almost opposite the German Germant Germanmbass 11 1 1mbasay
t uibassy mbass from the heirs of Dr T Tad Tadwages TatInages J Jniages
wages estate immediately hnmedlutel after the theirobation theIrobatlon Ui e
irobation of the will iIi She paid a aKood aood i i3ood I eC
Kood ood round sum for the house and fur furniture furliturE furiiiture ¬
niture But Mrs 118 Talmage was devoted devotedto a Ito
to the famous preacher albeit she was WHSthe wasthe wa s
the third wife Everything connected connectedwith connecte4vith a SI
with him and his work and n his Washiugton Wash Washington VashIiigton ¬
ington mission ml elon Is sacred to her and andshe andfhe an tt Ihe I
she he keeps up the horn exactly as dur during during during ¬
ing his Itfe time This winter wint4r8he rihe hasthrown lia has hasthrown s Cthrown
thrown off of the widows wl s y weeds oos entirely entirelyami eiitIreI JIUrelyawl k
awl is wearing the finejjt tollst seen seenJUTP seen1prE see seehrre II kI I
JUTP 1prE In years yearsMade yearsMade yearsMade
Made Strong Argument ArgumentOno
I
Ono of the strongest arguments made mad e elu I Iin Ifl
in fl tile senate in favor of single state stateloo11 statehood I Ihood
hood for the fourwestern four western territories territoriesclamoring territorieilamoring j
clamoring for admission into the sfsj ale
Genuine GenuineCarters GenuineCarters
Carters Little Liver Pills PillsMust PillsMust
Must Bear Signature of ofEE ofFACSThILE
EE FACSIMILE WRAPPER BELOW BELOWTcrT BELOWTcry
TcrT small Il aad as easy a5T a5Tto
to 0 Utk6 as SUa sugar sugarFOHEADACHE F < r rCI
A FOI FOHEADACHE FOHEADACHEbARTERS HEADACHE HEADACHEI
I CI bARTERS RTERS Fall ro DIZZINESS DIZZINESSI1TLE DiZZINESSITTLE
I1TLE FOil IIUOUSMESS IIUOUSMESSI IIUOUSESSvrP
I VER FOil FOTCIWJD TORPID LIVER LIVERPI LIVERPt
PI LLS Lt Fa FOR CDMSTIPATIDN CII4ST1PATIONFOR I
FOil SALLOW SKirt SKirtFOR SKK4FOR
FOR THECOMPLEJIOPI I IFriee
OErVfE wuT UCT NAVC NAUC TU
Friee I ol7 I
terhood terho t tl of states was that nade b bSenator bSenator benator
r Senator S enator Clark of Montana Mr Clare Clareargued Clamrgued t targuodth
argued arguodth a aI that t in matters of population populationIntelligence populatlorIntelUgence populatiorntelligence
as Intelligence I wealth and material re resources resour reources ¬
sources sour s f es Oklahoma Arizona New Ne Mex Mexico Mexco 1eC 1eCIco ¬
ico i co and the Indian territory fill all allequirements the thurequirements therequhementa
requirements r of single statehood The Thesenator TheRenator Theenator
senator s laid the > facts before the senate senateIn
In I n a forcible interesting and lucid man manner ¬ I Inero
nero n nt er and were it not for the fact that thatthe thatthe thathe
t the t he subject of admitting the territories territoriesInto territoriesInto territoriesnto
Into I the Union was a matter m tter of po political polItical p0itical ¬
litical l policy instead of a matter of ofjustice Ofjustice ofustice
justice j and right Senator Clarks argu argument arg1in ¬
ment in their behalf would have set settled settied setied ¬
tied t the Question in the minds of sen senators senators ¬
ators a toms without further delay Repub Republican Republican Repubican ¬
lican l senators fear that the eight new newsenators pewenat1prs ew ewSen
senators Sen s sg ors who would be elected to con congress congrecs conross ¬
gress g se ross in course of time would mean meaneight meaneight meanight
eight e ight now n votes for the Democratic Democraticside Democraticsl
s side sl ide e From a partisan standpoint this thisis
jj is I s not to be tqlerated Therefore the thedoubling thedoubllnt theoubling
doubling d up process process must go forward forwardto
t to tt o a successful suC < essful conclusion or r else the theterritories theterrl theerriorles
t territories terrl orlc will remain as they are for foran foran
a an a n indefinite period periodA
A Limited List ListAccording ListAccording
According to a New York authority authorityy
by b y way wa of a book recently published publishedthero lubUshehere ubtishedthero
t thero are less than a dozen people re residing residing ¬
a siding in Washington who are entitled entitledto
t to o social recognition r gnltjon or in other words wordsare wordsa
a are a ie ewort1i worthy of being present at any an of ofthe otI ofhe
I t the he functions which may be given by byI
I t the he four hundred or by b the queen Mrs MrsAHtor rs rsAKtor
j Astor herself Those included in this thisvery thisvery
A very Felect act et are Mrs lrs Van Rensse Rensselaer Rensse18er Renseeeer
I laer eer Cruger Mr 11 and Mrs Reginald De DeKoven DeItrnen
1 Koven Mr and Mrs George Peabody
WetiKoro the Misses Wetmore the theMessrs thelt theMssrs
Messrs lt ssrs Rogers and William Wetmore Wetmoreand Vetmorennd
and Miss Alice Iiee Roosevelt Through Throughthe Throughthe
the authors course of reasoning we wecome wecome
come to the realization that the Pres President PresIdent Prosdent ¬
ident I and Mrs Irs Roosevelt are not of ofthe otthe
j the th favored fev f w How then account accountfor accountfor
j for the elevation of their eldest daugh daughter daughter daughter ¬
ter
terBy
By actual count according to the last lastofficial lastofficial lastofficial
official census taken of Washingtons Washingtonsmost YashingtonsmOl
T most mOl t exclusive set there are exactly 299 299members 99 9 9members
1 members of that body bod Three of the thenumber thenumber
number 1 reside In the Philippines which whichspeaks whichspeaks
s speaks well for our kindly kll1dJ efforts in intaming Intaming
j taming and civilizing the colonies and andpermitting andpermitting
j permitting them to share our best re reilnlng refInIng reining
j fInIng influence In uence One of these three is 13General isGeneral
General < Corbin who enjoys an inter international International Internatjonal ¬
national reputation r as a a poker player playerZemstvb playerZemstvo playerZemstvo
Zemstvo for the District DistrictZemstvoor DistrictZemstvo DistrictZemstvo
Zemstvoor Zemstvo Zemstvo or other bther movement towards towardsrational towardsrational towardsrational
i rational legislation might be taken by
the people of the District of Columbia C lurnbla
If < we may judge by b the widespreaddls9ntent widespreaddiscontent widespread widespreaddiscontent
discontent with existing conditions conditionsWithin conditionsWithln
j Within the past week It has been sug suggestedthat
I t gestedthat the district should have one onetl 0neman i
I man at its head who will know what is isgoing isgoing Isgoing
tl going on and why Whenever an anabuse anabuse anabuse
abuse Is to be corrected correct ell each ea < h of thtt thttthree th thithree
I i three commissioners says sa s it comes un under under undam ¬
i der the jurisdiction jurls lction of another and the thepublic thepublic thepublic
public stands helpless while the tri triumvirate triumvirate tn tnumvirate ¬
umvirate amuses itself with this edi edifying edifying cdltying ¬
fying game of threecornered thre comered tag ta Dur During During During ¬
ing the past week a strong effort war warmade wa wamade
made to Increase the salaries of public publicschool publicschool publicschool warI I
school teachers The bill was defeated defeatedin
in a congress by a tec technicality nicnUty In self selfjustification selfjustification selfjustification
justification the house committee on onappropriations onappropriations onappropriations
appropriations said that the committee committeeon
on the District of Columbia should shouldhave shouldha shouldhave
have ha ve done the work and the district districtcommittee districtcommittee districtcommittee
committee retorted in kind The na national national national ¬
tional government has charge of the thetidal theUdal thetidal
tidal basin under the direct supervi supervision super superslon supervision ¬
sion of the division of public buildings buildingsand buildingsand buildingsarid
and grounds yet et the th thdistrict district commis commissioners commissioners commissioners ¬
sioners break br ak up the ice there to spoil spoilskating spoilskat1ng L LskatThg
skating on a natural lake that some somecities someclties somecities
cities would spend a million to acquire acquirejust acquirejust acquirejust
just for such sport Everywhere about aboutus
us there is indefiniteness of responsi responsibility responsibiUt responalbility ¬
bility biUt By B whomare whom hom dare are we governed or ordo mdo ordo
do we justgetalong just getalong somehow The Thechairman Thelhairmnn ThechaIrman
chairman or the district committee in ti ticongress
j j i congress < ongrt > s is referred to as the mayor of ofWashington orYa 01Washington
f Washington Ya hlngton and his confreres as al aldermen aldermeni ¬
dermen Not only on1 is the district an or orphan 01phan orphaii
phan child < > hH without the right to vote votebut votebut ote
but poverty may mn be added to her woes woesThe woesThe woesThe
The appropriation for her care and andbeautifying andheautiCing andleautiying
beautifying during the coming year yearthe enr enrthe
the house like a merciless stepfather stepfathercut
i cut down out Of all proportion io o her herneeds herneeds herfles
needs but the senate like a afairy fairy god godmother godmother godmother ¬
mother set up the figures again to a afair ar arfair a afair
fair amount The bill carries a total of ofU93JiZi
9939123 9932 Out of this 2500000 mark markthe marlethe marlithe
the limit of the cost of the municipal
building which Is to contain the great greatball greotban greatball
ball room and 375000 OOO are to be used usedto usedto L Lto
to build a bridge it Anacostia AnacostiaBLAZE AnacostiaBLAZE t nacostiaBLAZE
BLAZE AT SEATTLE SEATTLEEightStory STEATTLE STEATTLEEightStory
i
t EightStory Building Went Up in inSmoke inSmoke I ISmoke
>
Smoke Sunday Morning MorningSeattle MorningSeatlJe MorningSeattle
Seattle Wash Feb 12 12Flre Fire de destroyad
stroyed the eightstory building of the
Schwabacher Hardware company at althe
the southwest corner of Jackson street streetand streatand streetand
and First avenue south early this thismornIn thiemorning
morning mornIn The flames spread so rapidly
that the firemen were powerless to tocope C Ccope
cope with theiu ther The entire e Ure building buildingi buildintwas
was gutted and the walls waIl partially de deptroyed d dJtroytd dotroyed >
ptroyed After the flames reached the th thpacking
packing room on the third floor hun
dreds of loaded cartridges < began bt > gan to toexplode to toxlode t teXlOde
explode > and the firemen were unaole unaoleo t tto
to o approach within fighting distance
There Th re were several explosions of giant giantpowder jtianlpowder Iln Ilnpowdtr
powder but so SI far as could ou d be learned lOarn tl tlno I Ino
no one was hurt The fire was Itsji Jisoov Jisovered n nred
ered < > red by h an electric lineman and is be
lievfti to have been caused by crowl eross erosselectric Ilftol > tl tleleetric
electric wires ies over a telephone on rhe rhethird rIethird tla m mthird
third floor 11001The floorThe
The building had just been com compieted Gom Gompieted cim cimpieteel
pieted and the hardware company c mpun Inrnl Inrnlmoved hntl hntlmoved i1 I Imoved
moved into it practically all its at a atcc ck c1
The building itself was what is known knownas kndwras i
as fireproof and was erected at a co coi t tof Iof
of 150000 C1liO000The 150000The 1500OThe
The officers of the company estimate estimatethe estimtltothe 2 2the
the loss at approximately 400000 coy co cored coyereil
ereil red b1J by ltistirance 5urance The finn vUi illjm illjmme im immediately I
mediately me < < llntely rebuild rebuildREVIVAL rebuildREVIVAL rebulldREVIVAL
REVIVAL IN LONDON LONDONAll
All Classes fleeing eeingfrom from the Wrath Wrathj fi
to Come ComeLoudon ComeLofldon
London Feb 12 l 12The Tho TorreyAlex TorreyAlexandwr TorreyAlcand TorreyAlcecnader
andwr and r revival rather hung tire in Lon
doa In the beginning of theweek but butthai butthol by t tthe
thai tatter duys of the week have e C
brought crowded < > rowde audiences Tonight t t Ct I
Albert hall was pecked and fully full 10000 0 lI i ipersons l
persons were turned away awa awaA11 j j I
All classes from the highest to the
lowest are beio being reached by b these re
vlval 181 movements One of the th conver conversiona
I
tonr Ion reported was thAt of an n army
colonel The meetings are regularly relularlattended regularlattended
attended by b members of the nobility f fand
and high dignitaries of the established establishedchurch estllbUshedclunh I Ictuvi
church clunhLord ctuviLord I
Lord Kinnaird Is i vary r active In the thework tbework S Swork
work and al others who are participating participatinzealously
z zealousl zealously lou8ly are Lord and Lady Lnd VIm
borneo borneO Lord Overvon the bishop of 0 r I
London and the dean of RIpon Alex Alexinder
anderg ander revival songs are beginning to ti I
be heard in the th streets
I
TAKE WEE BIT BITOF OF A JUNKET JUNKETHardy JUNKETHardy JUNKE1hardy T
Hardy Quintette of House Members MembersGo S SGo
Go on Trip to Bingham BinghamCanyon BinghamCanyon BinghamC2nyon
Canyon CanyonXo
Xo o speechmaking and no euthusiaaU
pledgea were enjoyable iionfeRturea of ofa ora o
a little junket made by b five house houf mem ¬
bers to Blngham canyon yeaterOay morn
lug Representative A V Ai Andfrtloll < t rsO
chairman of o tho committee co mlttOe on cmeltcra cmeltcran mpltOrsand
and n < l smiting tm > itJuJ and hitasolf a ifklont of ol o
Bingham headed the iiuintotte which whiuhuo which011I0 whielii
uo ii leo Include Reprc ReprftntatlOs Reprceentat > ntatives lies Cottam Cotta in I
Jon Jone3 Strlnsham Strlns am and Joseph Jo epb
There were no pleas for xpnroprlntioBS xpnroprlntioBSup ap oprlntloa oprlntloaup C Cup
up the th < sleeves of the th k gislailv bunch bunchnor bunch110r bunchnor
nor w wee s the visit to Blncham canyon canyonmade c n on It Itmade
made n nfO nfOnthaen for nthaen nthaenu the purpose u of o lfi getting tt onllgnt onllgntnment uflhlglnnmeut I rt rtthc
nment on any certain n bin Representa Representative ¬ I
tive Anderson simply Impl extended to those a
interested an Invitation to sea tho mining miningand miningand rninin rnininand
and smelting industry Indu8tr at close range
That there were not more present was wa 5
due to the t hp disheartening condition of tho tb tbtt
thermometer tt rmoineter about S S a l m when w f > n thw thwtraliilpft thutralJi tb t
traliilpft tralJi trai rft the t1 > < > 1710 Pb to Grande Gran 11ot l not Tin Tinnrglf Tiltt107 TtipriIirrhPd IC
nrglf priIirrhPd t107 > firrlvpjt It the canyon aUtt io t 1 10 ° a ain aln
in tfR MU r rPlurnd < turn d early EarJ in n the > vtmng mS I
SEA SEAWATER WATER FULL FULLOF FULLOF FULLOF
OF VIRGIN GOLD GOLDProcess GOLDProcess GOLDrocess
Process P rocess of Extraction Discovered byan byan by byan
an Englishman EnglishmanNO
NO N O LiMIT TO PRODUCTION PRODUCTIONSYNDICATE
SYNDICATE S FORMED TO BEGIN BEGINOPERATIONS BEGINOPERATIONS
OPERATIONS OPERATIONSLondon
London Feb f b 12 12U It will doubtless be berecalled berocaIJed
recalled r that assertions were woremade made sev several
oral o ral years ears ago of tl tile e discovery of a amethod
method of extracting gold from sea
water w water ater and the derision with I1h which the theidea th thidea
idea I was laughed out of court Lon
don d dI on folk now have an opportunity to
I
I invest their money mone in such an n under
taking for which it itis is averred that an anunlimited anunlimited
unlimited u supply of the precious metal metalcan
can c an be obtained from sea water 3ter at a acost
cost c ost of 10 for every cloo 100 xtracted xtractedSir
Sir William Ramsey whose scientific scientificreputation
reputation r Is of the highest has been beenretained beenretained
retained r by b a syndicate which Is called calledthe caUedthe
the t he Industrial Engineering Trust TrustLtd
Ltd and the shareholders of which whichinclude
Include I Lord Brassey Lord Tweedale Tweedalethe
the t he Honorable Alban vJibbs several severalmanuCacturers
manufacturers and Albert Sandeman Sandemanformer SundemaIlrmer
former f rmer governor of the Bank of Eng England England Engand
land l The syndicate < has the modest modestcopltal
capital c of c3OOO 3000 in oCl 1 shares sharesThe
The inventor of theprocess by which whichit
it i t is hoped to make a corner in the i
worlds S6ld is H J Snell SnellSir SnellSir
Sir William Believes In It ItSir
Sir William Ramsey has made exper experiments eperiments ¬
iments i of which he says sa s in a formal fonniilreport
report r that there Is no doubt Snell has hasproved
proved that gold can profitably be tak taken tnken
en e n from sea water on a large scale and andthe
the t he amount of the gold obtained is s so solarge
large l arge that whether the cost of the treat treatment treatment treatment ¬
ment is Ii 44 4 a ton or even the outside outsidefigure outsidefigure outsideigure
figure f of S a ton which It could not notexceed notexceed notexceed
exceed It would not make very ery much muchdifference muchdifference muchdifference
difference differenceHis differenceHis differenceHis
His Assistant Goes Further FurtherR
R D Littlefleld Little tld ld an assistant of Sir SirVnUam
William goes further than his chief chiefand
and in a report rep rt to the shareholders is isQuoted
quoted as saying As far as I can see seeit
it I t only remains for you to say how howmuch
much m uch gold you want a day and it can canbe
be produced I would not advise you ou outo
to put down enormous works at one oneplace
place because I think It might get out outof outof
of hand and I think it will be best for foryou forou foryou
you ou to split the works up into units unitsThe unitsThe I
The cost will not exceed ex eed 10 per cent centon centon II
on gold extracted including Interest on oncapital oncapital oncapital
capital management etc etcOn etcOn etcOn
On the basis of opractlcal practical tests we wemade wemade wemade
made supposing you are dealing with witheight witheIght
eight acres every twentyfour hours or orsa
say sa three hundred days a year you ou ouwoulll
would produce pr duce 144000 gold If you youtreated L
treated twenty twent acres this would pro produce produce
duce 360000 Supposing you deal with
400 acres it would result in little more morethan
than 7000000 per annum annumAs annumAs
As Much Mu h Gold as Wanted WantedThese
These are enormous figures and I Inoticed Inoticed Inoticed
noticed one or two of you smiled when whenI
I mentioned you could have as much muchgold m muchgold < h hgold
gold us you ou wanted It is quite practi practical practical ¬
cal You cannQt Kelp having with four lourundredacres
hundred undredacres acres 7000000 worth of gold goldper gol golper
per annum It is only a question of ofluttlng
putting down so many sets of works worksto
to increase your output up to what you youant
want ant
Works Already Alrea iy Established EstablishedAecording
According to tothe the Daily Express E press the
works to which Mr Ir Littlefield referred reerre reerreare
are those which the thesyndicate syndicate has re recently recently mecently ¬
cently acquired on the south coast of ofEngland ofEngland ofEngland
England They include two reservoirs reservoirsone
one of twenty acres a res and the other otherof of ofJght I IJght
Jght acres in area with Ith dams and
sluices complete Adjacent to these theseworks theseworks theseworks I
works are about four hundred or five fivehundred
hundred acres of land that used to toform toform f
form a part of the local harbor The Theland Tneland
land has been reclaimed and all that thatIs thatIs thatIs
Is necessary is to level and clear it and andput an anut andut
put ut sluices in the embankment when whenit
it would be ready rend for the th manufacture manufacturec
cf c gold I ISeek
Seek Other Sites SitesTwo
Two engineers connected with the thesyndicate thesyndicate thesyndicate
syndicate have been traveling around aroundthe aroundthe aroundthe
the coasts of England and Ireland try trying trying trying ¬
ing to obtain suitable sitesfor sites sitesforan for an ex extension extension extension ¬
tension of the works They came to the theconclusion theoncluslon theonclusion
conclusion that a unit of about a athousand athousand
thousand acres would be best to start startwith startwith
with and they have found three suit 8ultable
able sites In the south of Ireland IrelandThese IrelandTht IrelandThese
These Tht > se three sites vary from 1000 to 1600 1600acres 1600acres 1601acres
acres and each acre when fitted for forworking fororking
working is estimated to be capable of ofproducing ofproducing olproducing
producing a net profit of about l20 20 0 0coo
000 a year yearIt yearI ear earIt 1
It I is asserted that Mr Snell has in invented inelited invented
vented elited several processes prOce Ei nil H of which whichhave whichhave whichhave
have been failures for one reason or oranother otanother
another but that his latest on which whhhSir ahiiehSir j jSir I Iccssfui
Sir William Uliamnan1Sa Runway reported Is sue sueccssful I ICUJsful
ccssful ccssfulHAS ccssfuiHAS I
0 i iHAS
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HAS JUDICIAL AUTHORITY i i ii IPrince I II
Prince of Wales Appointed Lord LoreWarden I
Warden of Cinque Ports PortsLondon I
London Feb 13 13King King Edward has hasappointed hasappointed ha C
appointed the Prince of AVlales ale lord lord9irden lor lorwarden I
warden rden of the theCinlueports Cinque inque ports in succes succe8slon I
sion to Lord Curzon of Kedleston but butin bu I
i
in future Walmer ensUe instead of ofbeing o obeing r i
being the Wardens residence will 111 be bethrown bethrown be bethrown
thrown open to the public publicAs
As A lord warden the th Prince of Wales WaleLwilt Waleswill nles nleswill 4 I
will have tho powens of a lord lleuten lleutenant Heutenant lieutenaut
ant A > t a country countr being entitled entl le1 to ap appoint I Ipoint
pointjusticesof point justiees justicesof oCthe the pence pellce1he Xhe lord lordwardenpresiaes lordwarden I IwLrt1en
wardenpresiaes warden presides over ver the pqrtmote port1 10tl or orparlhiment orp orPar1inmeIL
parlhiment p r1inm i1t of thf th thc Cinque CJnquepbct ndnt t and andalso I Ialso I Iult
also ult < o has high judicial jmU < la authority authuritrho i iTh iThl
Th rho Cinque ports are a group of orseven j iven
seven ven ports originally live f1v wheiift the thename thename
HiiHtings HlI ting Romney Romne Dover DmprPthe DoverPythe j
T Pthe > vth and and SandwIch iv were re the tlJc nrfpiiuil original originalor I I
rortc or j jPR i iPROTECTED
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PROTECTED PR TECTED IN ITALY ITALYExWife TALYExWife I IEx
Ex ExWife WIf > of f King of Saxony ax 1r Retains RetainsHer Rot RetainsH ns I
Her H j jFlorence
r Child ChildFlorence v I IFlorence
Florence Feb F b < 12 l 1jiTh = The he Countess CountessMontignoso touutessMontigmioso o ntes
Montignoso has boon victorious in the thefirst theflrst thefirst I
first staID pf her struggle str ggle with the thokins thekln theking
king kln of Saxony Stuon her former husband j I Ito Ito
to have their daughter r Princess Anna AnnaMonica nna nnaMonica I
Monica Pia removed from her care careand 3 3and j jand
and for tho present at least the child childwill child childm childwilt <
will m remain Adhere here she he it Thelawyers The lawyers lawyersof i iof ioC
of the countess after a meeting with
D KoernSr Koern l the emissary of the king j
or 0 Saxony St1Xon declared that prdeif of for foregn torelgn J
eign authorities nuthoritlc cannot JK bc executed execut ex eutd d in 1 1Italy
Italy Ital and that the case win have to
be tried first rst In the courts of law The J1 J1lawyers
lawyers assert that even should the t
king of Saxony be ylctorlous In the thecourts thecourts I
courts there would be difficulty difficult in en > n ¬
forcing a decree taking the child from I
her mother
BOTH BOTHLOCAL LOCAL MINERS IV1IWERSColorado MINERSColoratlo MINERSColorado
Colorado springs prlngs Feb 12 12A A specIal specIalto
to the G GThe Gazette front Cripple Creek say I
The robbers who attempted tq hold holdup holdup holdUp
up the Silver Ier Bell saloon at Indepen In epeu ¬
dence last night and were killed have havebeen
been identified as WlUjam Dugan and
Frank Harris both miners Henry HenrvDrach HenryDrach
Drach and Edward Fay the owners of
the saloon wh wto were ero shot in defending defendinga
their place agaInst tIle ro robbers be s are hi hia inia
a critical crJt1 alcondiU condition condiI nat at the Sisters hos hospital hosIttti ¬
pital i l and the th physicians phyieia s Inattendance In inbqidoutmohes attpndance11ql
hqid 11ql bqidoutmohes out 9lt Jl nd rlJg hojas > fob their rerovery TNOVeI
FraJik Fr k Edpfunason d11 dtThttdsOflthe tffaon the ot oClur her hr man In InjurcSlrftheT fnjUr injutiii 1
jurcSlrftheT jUr jutiii 1i llt thhQtipg tioptln h ot1JlSf will a ill recover
lk ET A I Vl n A f > I
1 OfiDEN NEWS NEWSOfficev WS I IREPRESENTATIVE
ww Officev 2484 Washington Av3 Av3REPRESENTATIVES
REPRESENTATIVES SON DIES DIESPassing I IPassing I j
I r
P Passing of Rulon S SThompson Thompson at atState
State School for Deaf DeafRulon I IRulon
Rulon S Thompson son of Bishop Or Orville
vi ville f1I i iI L L Thompson of Scipio died about aboutD
5 D oclock 0 clock yesterday yef > tfrda morning at The state stateschool
school sc sca hool for the deaf d a f where the lad was WUSan wasn
an a n inmate The cause of his death d tn is giv sl sln
en ena < > n as a measles which took a virulent form formnd I
at and a nd brought about the fatal result His Hisfather Histher
Jjj father fa ther who Is a state representative r from fromhis frontis 1 1his
his h hth is home county was with tbu boy at atthe ate
th the e time of his dentil and had been bee > n prac practically pracCally ¬ I
tically tf Cally aU alt the time since the illness was wasthought wasought
thought th tha ought to be critical about tour days daysago daysago daysgo
a ago go The lad was nearly 10 years of age ageand as asand agend I
a and nd > one of the very brightest that ever everentered everentered everntered
ef entered e the school He was i > ne of the theclass theclats theass
class cl ass that went to tho Louisiana purchase purchaseexposition purchaseexposItion
exposition e at St Louis and nile of the thestars th6stars thears
st stars ars ofthe class From the very vel outlet ou outsetis ot
hi his h hf is ease seemed one On of the very worst worstforms wostorms
fc forms f orms of measles and there was fear farthat fearhat
tj that t the case was one of diphtheria Dr DrGeorge DrGeorge Dreorge
George G eorge W Yo Baker the school physician physicianreported ph slcian slcianroported
reported r It to the state < > board boar of hoaltii hoaltiiand healtnand beeltitnd
and a nd had tests made which were conclu conclusive conclusive
sl sive s ive that tho case was not dlatlieretle dlatlieretleA dlJlherl djtheretIctrained > tlc I
A At trained nurse was secured secured = w Utd d every everythins epr I
U thins thin t done that was possible to effect a arocoverv nrrcovery a aecovery
rt r rocoverv but the disease wouli < 1 not yield yieldto IN1 IN1to
to t o treatment and the little sufferer suffererpassed sufter suffererassed 1 1passed
passed p assed a aWI1 aWI1Thp awuThe wo woTho
The body was taken talt < > n yesterday to Scipio Scipioby Scipiob
b by y the father Memorial services were werfheld werqhth wereeld
h held hn eld at tho school f > chapel at which tho thopupils thoPUPilR theunils
v pupils and teachers were in attendance attendancebut nUenlancebut
b but ut the body was not brought in There Therewas Thereas lhercwas
was w as a large arge number of floral emblems th the thegift thift <
gift g ift of sympatitlzlmr frlofids frl ntls which wore woresent wereSint vereont
s sent < with the casket to the home in the thesouth thotiouth theouth
ss
s south southThere tiouthThere outhThere <
There are still fourteen fourtf > > n cases in quar quarantine quarantine quarntino ¬
a antine at the school but none is so se severe fevere e eere ¬
v vere ere as the case of the little Thompson Thompsonboy T Thompsonoy ompsQn ompsQnboy
boy b oy and Dr Baker thinks all will re recover recover roovem ¬
cover c The patients are all in the school schoolhospital schoolhospital schoolospital
h hospital and all precautions ar arc re taken to toprevent toprevent torevent
p prevent revent the spread of the thecontngloll thecontnglollKICKED contagion eontngtonKICKED
KICKED BY A HORSE HORSEYoung HORSEYoung HORSEYoung
Young Wan VIan of Farr West Receives ReceivesDangerous ReceIvesDangerous ReceivesDangerous
Dangerous Injuries InjuriesJames InjuriesJumes InjuriesJames
James Martin of Farr West son or otBishop orBI orishop
E Bishop BI Bc ishop hop Martin of that place Is in a very verycritical veryritical ct ctcrltlcul
c critical condition as a the result of a kicK klcnfrom kicKfrom ktcarom
f from rom a horse received a day or two ago agoThe agoThe agohe
The T I he young youn man was taking tho harne harneoff harnese harneseff >
off o ff tho animal when whf > n It jumped und kicked kickedhim klcketthim kickeaim I
him h n im in the stomach with ooth f rt fret ct t knock knockng
j ing ng him fully full ton feet fetal1 and inflicting quite quiteserious quitescarious quiteerious I
s serious internal Injuries Dr Jr George ss ssaiter V VBaker I
sB E Baker B aiter was summoned an and attended the thenjured
I
i injured > man manUNKNOWN manUNKNOWN
1 1UNKNOW
UNKNOWN HAIR R RESTORER RESTORERActors
I
Actors Property Is Returned tbTherrr tbTherrrBy t tOThemBy Them
II IIBy
By Man Who Withheld Name NameThe NameThe NameThe
The missing wigs cosmetics and other othertoilet otheroilet
J toilet t articles belonging to members of ofthe ofthe ofhe I
the t J he Mack Swain Theater Th ter company which whichwere whichwere whichere
were W ere removed from the dressing rooms roomsFriday roomsFriday roomsriday
j Friday F Fr riday and could not be found were all allreturned atlreturned alleturned
r returned to the owners Saturday night nightFollowing nightFoUowlng imightollowing
FG i Following F up a tip given to Manager ManagerGrant Managerrant IanagerGrant
C Grant G rant by some person whose name is not notdisclosed notdisclosed notisclosed
d disclosed the articles were found In one onef j jof I Iof
of o f the windows of the stage No further furthersearch furthezsearch furtherearch
s search Is to be made for the identity 1t ntJty ot otthe ofhe I
st the t he man who did the t e hairlifting act actContest t i iContest
I
Contest Case to Be Resumed ResumedThe ResumedThe ResumedThe
The contest cont t case casoaf of Daniel Hamer Hameragainst Hamf Ilamergainst > r ragalntlt
a against J Albert AlbertHowell Howell district judge i iwill Iwill Iviit
will t come up again this morning morningat I Iat >
at a t 10 oclock before Judge jiorse jiorseIn I IIn In
j In n the natural course of l lgnl lgnlIroceodlngs cgairoceodtngs < gal galproceedings
j proceedings p the taking > f fmony t8tt t8ttman testimony
r mony man should begin though it is It possible possiblethat po postbicehat slblc slblcthat
that t other oth r technical questions may t traised be beaised > > c craised <
raised r As the case stands now no the d dfendant dr drfendant fleendant
f fendant has filed hisanswer his an8wer and unless unlessthe unlpssthc unlesshe
the t ft he contestant cont tunt shall liull Interpose e some form formof formof formf
o of f objection to this answer n wer it Is I Ithe belielJ belielJthe beheveuhe
t the he taking of testimony will bosin bosinMrs b bogmMrs n nMrs
Mrs Conant Con nt III IIIDr IIIDr IIIDr
Dr EzraVb iJizni I5ZRIiQ RlehOtas RJeh3U5 Rl hmCa8 summoned umJ uJued yeserday yes c ct i iterdayto
t terdayto erday rds to Kelton toattend Mrs Ed Con Conant on onnnt onnt
ant a nt wife ifq oC the wellknown w istccKman istccKmanMrs IItcckmanrrs teelcinanMrs
Mrs rrs Conant was reported 1ep rted to bo critically < itlall I Iill I Ill
ill i ll and a special engine wasarranged wa arrangcd for forwith forwill i iwith
with < the Southern Pacific to onrrv the thedoctor thedoctor theoctor
t doctor d octor to too Kelton The TI3espOChtI special chilleft left at 3Uu 3UuChurch 3bChurch i iChurch
Church Roof Takes Fire FireTh FireTh6 FireThe
Th The roof of the Conj Congregational regational church churchcaught churl1caught churchaught
c caught fire lust rvehlng hlng about 730 30 the theblaze thfblaze I Ilaze
blaze b cb laze starting from the sparks which f fell fellrom MI MIfrom I Ifrom
from f rom the churchs own chim chinuiy y The Thelaze j
t blaze b laze was wa pyt out by b the tire department departmentthe bipertmeiutthe I
the th damage being merely mNeJ nominal nominalOgden aominaJOgden nominalOgden
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Ogden Briefs tBriefsA Briefsboy
A boy has been bohi to Mr h and Mrs C
A Walden alden of Vest Ogden OgdenJudge OgdenJudgp OgdenJudge
Judge O W V Powers returned last lastnfsnt nlgnt nigntrom i iCrom
i from f rom Salt Lake to be in attendance this thismorning thismorning thismorning
t morning at the contest case in the dis district disrict ¬ I
trict t court courtBy courtB courtBy
By B the explosion of a stove yesterday 3esterdaymorning i imorning
morning at the home of R L Taylor ra lor on oil
Twentyfirst street some damage was W3
done to the premises prCml1 > C8 a number r of the thewindows thfwindows thewindows
i windows being shattered by tile tB force ot otIT7 otWhat
j jI jI jWhat I I
What is a Backache BackacheI BackacheITI I
IT7 IT IS NATURES WARNING TO WOMEN WOMENDiseases WOMENDiseasea
Diseases of Womans Organism Cured and andConsequent andConsequent andConsequent
Consequent Pain Pal Stopped by Lydia E EPinkhaais EPinkhams EPlnkhasae
Pinkhaais Vegetable Compound CompoundIt Compoundseemsas I IIt
It seems seemsas as though my back would wou1dbrcalc wouldbreale wouldbreak
break h Women utter these words wordsover wordsover wordsover
over and over again but continue to todrag todrag
drag along and suffer with ith aches in the thesmall thesmall
small of the back pain low down in inthe inthe
the side bearing down pains nerv nervousness nervousness ¬ t tousness
ousness and no ambition a btion for any task I
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ftrJ ajThornpson ajThornpsonThey mp
They do not realize that the back ii iithe is s sthe I Ithe
the mainspring pf of womans organism organismand j
and quickly indicates by aching a dis diseased diseased diseased ¬
eased condition of the womb or kid kidneys In kidneys ¬ I
neys and that the aches and pains will willcontinue willcontinue willcontinue
continue until the cause is removed removedLydia j
Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com Compound Compound
pound for twenty years ears has been the theone theonc theI I
one and only effective remedy rem cdj in such suchcases su suchcases ch I
cases It speedily cures all womb and andkidney andkidney
kidney disorders and restores the female fe female female ¬ II
male organs to a healthy condition conditionHere conditionHere conditionHere
Here is one case cascainongthousands cascainongthousandsIi among thousands thousandsI
Ii a I consider Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable
Compound the most wonderful remedy in the theworld theworld theworld
world for sick women For a long time I IReading Isuffered Isuffered
suffered with ith t1 severe bkncbe and bearing
down pains in fact I had ad womb trouble
Reading of the rpmarkabloVures your Com Comtirely Compound Coinpound
pound bad made I d derided > cided to try it and 1 am
happy to say that it not only cured me en
tirely tin > ly of ofall all my troubles but made me a astrong 8strong astrong
strong well woman1 womnn womnn2uirs Mrs rs Elizabeth EIim eth H
Thompson Lily Dale N Y YNoothermedicineholdssneh YNo YNo
Noothermedicineholdssneh No other otbermedicine medicine holds such record arccordof a recordof recordof
of cures of female ills as does Lydia E
Pinkhams Vegetable Compound CompoundNo
No other person can give such help ¬
ful advice to women omen who WIO are sick sic as ascan ascan
can can Mrs Pinkham for non none havevhad havevhadsuch h have vc hjud hjudsuch i1d i1dsuch
such a agreat preat experience exp ricnce Her ail aUdr dressis dressisLynn r So1li ssisand So1liLynn
Lynn Mass and her advice frjee f v
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the t ime explosion plo lo Mrs l Mri Taylor Taior wag ua sightly s1ghti s1ghtiut 1l h tl J
but b ut not serfouslSr serrousJ injured
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Trains from all directions dir etlons Wore cpnsftl cpnsftlernblj cpnRternbl cpnftinably
ernblj e delayed yesterday 3 yest > rd y utd ihst night T Tthe I
the th t he principal cause being the extremely extremelycold cttremeIYCQld
cold c old weather weatherFuneral weatbcrFuner weatherFuneral
Funeral l services scnctS over the remains 01 01arguerite
Marguerite M arguerite tho little daughternt Iaught x pt Mr r ana antiE
Mrs rrs E G < S Burdick were cre helfc h la yesterday O trda
at a t the resldencp resldenc and tb remains were I
t taken to Morgan MorganfQr for burial buiits1The qrJatThe
tt The Ogden High School S < hoof Auimni assocla
tion t lon will give IVl a valentine ball this oven ovenug
ing In l ug at Kies Kiesf1 I hall The Th hall hAS been
decorated d da with hearts ht > artstipld cupitlSN bows an ant anlarroWJt antrrows i iarrows
arrows a RIV an4 < J other emblems symbolic b mbollc of
St S t Valentine ValentineCornelius VnlfllntlneCornc1iu ValentineCornelius
Cornelius Dean a boy bo about 16 yours < > urs Of OfS orwas ofg
zi S > was taken in charge by b the police poll polleeast
If last l ast night on complaint om loint of his 11 is father fnthorwho fnthfrwho fatheruho
v who preferred Irf > ferr a charge char of inc Incrri Incmniglhility > rriplbility lbllit lbllitwith
v with w ith a view of sending the lad to the thestate thestate
s state tate industtrinl school schoolFATAL schoolFATAL
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j FATAL FAMILY QUARREL QUARRELHUSBAND QUARRELHUSBAND QUARRELHUSBAND
HUSBAND IN THE MORGUE MORGUEOakland MORGUEOakland
Oakland Cal Feb 12 12Edward Edward R
Koehn and wife Eleanor who were weremarried weremarried
married only onl seven weeks engaged en ged in ina ina Ina
J a pistol duel today tods with the result re ult that thatthe thatthe thatthe
i the husbands body bo < 1 Is now no in the themorgue themorgue themorgue
5 morgue The couple quarreled d imme immediately ¬
diately dlat after marriage and Koehn or ¬
dered t his wife from the house She Shercturned Shereturned
returned > this morning and Koehn de demaiided demanded deuaiideej
maiided m the reason of her presence
Angry words followed and Koehn so sothe sothEe sothe
the wife said brandished a revolverand revolver revolverand
and fired at her She seized a second secondrevolver secondreoher secondrevolver
revolver under a mattress and as asKoehn asJ asIoehim
J Koehn oehn fired again she shot shotat at him four foultimes
times One bullet entered his neck
killing knlln him himKoehn himKoehn himKooha
Koehn was a shipping clerk employed
i In San Sn l Francisco and was 71S 32 years oIl
The wife fe is 23 years old She was not
injured She Is under arrest arrestMAN arrestMAN arresta
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MAN AND BOY DROWNED DROWNEDMs DROWNEDI1Qysme DROWNEDMiQysvllle
Ms I1Qysme ysville Cal < al Feb 12 12Ernest Ernest
Blackmar and his 16yearold son Earl
in of Meridian Sutter county count were pre
drowned in the Sacramento river this thisafternoon t111 t111afternoon
afternoon while crossing in a rowboat
A third man escaped death l by > y clinging
to the overturned boat Th The < bodies bodieswere bodiesWere > S Swpre
were recovered late in the evening near nearthe nearthe nearthe
the place > where the accident occurred occurredThe occurredI occurre occurreVWWWtp1tWWWW4iWVW
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The old school remedies for forcolds forcolds forcolds
I colds contained quinine quinineContains quinineBROMOLAX
BROMOLAX BROMOLAXContains i
Contains no quinine quinineis is the thenew thenew
new and sure cure cureAt cureAt
At any druggists 25 cents
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steamerParrqs steant rPamrqs bound bou d for Vladivostok Vladivostokwas
was seized off Hokaido on Friday Her Hercargo Herargo Hercargo
cargo consisted of shipbuilding mater material materIal material ¬
ial and foodstuffs foodstuffsWherever foodstuffsI foodstuffsWherever
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I c C Brings our Overcoats into intorequisition intQrequisition mtQrequlsitlon
requisition with renewed ac activity activity
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