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c THE SAIJT SAT LAKE HERALD AT TtJESDAY TflV FEB 1t1fl 4 1905 t
JOHNW JOHN W GATES GATESVISITS GATESVISITS GATESv1SITs
VISITS IN UTAH UTAHTrain
Train Held Back by Western WesternBlizzard WesternBlizzard WesternBlizzard
Blizzard BlizzardOBJECT BlizzardOBJECT BlizzardOBJECT
OBJECT OF TRIP KEPT DARK DARKTHOUGHT DARKTHduGHT DARKTHOUGtT
THOUGHT BIG IRON DEAL MAY MAYBE MAYPE
BE UNDER U DER CONSIDERATION CONSIDERATIONronn
J jafln ronn nn W Y Gates did didnot not reach Salt SaltLake SaltLuke SaltLake
Lake yesterday esterda owing owin to the fact that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Overland Orerlu 1 < Limited on o the Harri Harriman Harrimun Harriman
man system sst m wa w was s behind time It was wasdu wasdue wascue
du due to arrive at L 445 44 in the afternoon afternoonbuf afternoonbut afternoonbut
but at midnightit mldnlght It was repote1 that thatthe thatthe thattlk
the trainwould traIn would not be o in till 380 this thismoming thismon1lnb thismorning
morning momingThe mon1lnbThe morningThe
The nonarrivaT nonarriv ror or the noted mag magnate magnate magnnt ¬
nate and operator ws a source so rce of keen keendisappointment k keelLtlhappoliflment en endlsappointment
disappointment to a number of ambi ambitious ambitiou ambiU ¬
tious tiou U promoters who ho had propositions propositionsthey propositionsth propositionsthey
they th > wished to submit to the th manwho manwhohas man vho tvhohas vho11as
has figured prominently In some of the thegreat thegrelt thegreat
great industrial deals of the dayDeep day dayDeep dayDeep
Deep mystery m5tel surrounds the object of ofMr ofMv
Mr 11 Gate visit l5lt to Utah at this time timeThe tImeTh timeTh
The Th belief bellerround found lodgment in the minds mindsof
of o many man that a large deal In the iron ironhinds ironlundR ironhtnds
hinds of southern Utah was in proc procOPS procts
OPS > 18 of incubation The fact that Mr MrGates Mralea MrGute
Gates alea recently reentl operated so extensively extensivelyalongsimilar extensivelya extensivelyalongsimilar
alongsimilar a Ion shnllar lines In the east was the thefoundation theCoun thhfounflation
foundation Coun aUon for the conviction convictionTlie onYictlonTHe oyjctionTile
THe fact that Mr 1 Gates is in Salt SaltLake SaltI SaltLake
Lake I ake is in itself significant Taken in inf inHUlection innnsetion
f < mn HUlection ction with lth the fact that he is isnow isJioW isnow
now independent indep Indepe1nt tlant of the trust and that thatho thath
ho h is supposed to be looking about for foropportunities Coruportunltles forpportunitiee
opportunities to develop Industrial en enterprises ent enterprises ¬
terprises t on a gigantic i nntic scale may mean meanbig mennbig meanbig
big things for Utah especially the thesouthern thef thesouthern
southern f portion ortlon of the state stateMay stateMay stateMay
May Want Bull Valley Iron IronIt IronH Ironit
It Is I well known that Senator A B BLewis BLewis BLewis
Lewis isnow Is no in New Xe York for the pur purpose purpOle purPOSe ¬
pose of disposing of a great body bod of ofiron ofIron ofiron
iron and coal land in Bull valley valleyWhether yalleyYhether valleyWhether
Whether there is any an connection be between between between ¬
tween tbls t is and the visit i51t here of John JohnW JohnQates Johnw
W Qates is merely merel a matter for sped spedulatfqn spe speulatlQl1 speCulatiqu
ulatfqn Others who are Interested in intheVnme inthe intlE
theVnme the some same property and ready to take ItakeUp takeup takeup
up the option the minute Senator Lew Lewis Lewis Lewis ¬
is surrenders It may ma be In closer touoh touohwith touohwith touchwith
with Mr Gates GatesLittle GatEHLltlIe GatesLittle
Little is known locally locali as to the fu future future
ture movements of Mr Gates and his hisparty hitparty
party The identity of the men with withhim withhim withhim
him Is even kept in the dark They Theyare TheyaIe
are expected to remain in their car un until UnUI
til 8 oclock when they will take break breakfast breakfast breakfast ¬
fast at the Knutsford and be ready for forwhatever forwhatever fotwhatever
whatever business brings them to Salt SaltLake SaltI SailI
Lake I ake There are those who will not be besurprised besurprised b bsurprised I
surprised if the whole party part takes a aHying 31lying a aflying
flying trip into southern Utah UtahPublic Utaho UtahPublic
o 0 0Public
Public Speakers SpeakeMU3e usje PEsos Cure It Itstrengthens ItatrenStheJ1 TI L Lstrengthens
strengthens voice prevents hoarseness hoarsenessbunch hoarsenessbunch hoarsenessbunch
bunch their properties proper es and raise the theprices theprices t tprices
prices on them themfflfflEBB themVIT1I3513
e c cWITNESSES
WITNESSES ON ON5IE SIDE OF MAYOR MAYORContinued MAYORContinued MAYOContinued
Continued from from Pace Pa e 1 1eker 1ekeI 1eker
eker was made after Mr Pope had of offered offered ¬
fered to sell his property to the city for r
4000 This was denied by b Mr 11 Neb Neboker Nebkerf
oker < who again said the offer was wasmade wasmade wa wamade 3
made on the night of Oct 5 between it itand A 1 1and
and 12 oclock and not on the night of ofOct ofot 0 0Ot C
ot 12 as claimed by Councilman CouncilmanFernstrom CouncilmanFernstrom CouneilmaiFernetrom
Fernstrom FernstromViking FernstromViking FernetromViking
Viking LaWson CrossExamincd CrossExamincdA Cross Examined ExaminedA
A F Lawson Law > > on who is interested with withTi wIthn wit witIt
Ti M 1 Pope was next called upon for forstatement a astatement L Ltatement
statement He denijid d lCl that the Pope Popeproperty PopeIJroperty Popproperty
property had ever been een offered to t the thecity thecity th thcity
city for or less than S4tffO S4tffOMayor S4toOMayor 4O 4OMayor
Mayor Morris asked lum I m as to the thename thenllme th S Sname
name of the tract thatlie thnt e and Mr lr Pope Popetried Poptried PopiS
tried to sell the city city8IU a and d he said it was wasknown waslmown wa waknown S
known ls J the Tip Top TopThen TopThen
Then the mayor asked azkedhim him as to the thenamed thenam thinafll5S S
named nam of tbe owners of the land and andat andat am amat
at this point his memory m erri 013 became be ame de defective defective defective ¬
fective and he said r Icant cant Remem Remember temem temember remember ¬
ber all of them There are eight own owners owners ¬
ers That Is the 160 acres was entered enteredunder enteredunder ontore 1
under eight names with twenty twent acres acresto acresto acre acreto S
to e eteh eh ehTbe enThe
The mayor then asked him if the thetract thetrltct tb e
tbS
tract of 100 acres was owned by b the theWeatwajer thefltf1 th S
Weatwajer fltf1 er Oil Asphalt company or orthe orthe 0 0the r
the Westwater V 5t11llter Land Mining com company compan3 cornpany ¬
pany and If by either of thos those e corpora corporations corpoaatione ¬
tione if the t assessment a ment work had been beendone beenone beetdone S
done one during the past year yearMr yearMr rear rearIr
Mr Ir Lawson said neither compan companywas companwas
was interested In the land that companEl hud hudl hat1Itf huihen El
l Itf hen cen > en offered the city and the assess assessment assessment ¬
assessI
ment work 1 rk had been done on that land landThen landThpn I
Then cane Milo Clark the man who whoowned wit ho hoo1M 0
owned o1M the land sold old to the city the thesale thes11 tb C
s11 sale of which w ich had been epn approved by byMayor byayor b bMayor r
Mayor ayor Morris Qrr M in the same llme message in inwhich F Fwhkth n nhJeh
which hJeh he vetoed the Pope purchase He Hesaid Besai41 H Hsaid
said that Mr r Pope brought Mr 11 Xeb Xebker Nobker 00 00ker
ker to him before the special commit committee ¬
tee had acted upon upon the asphalt prpo prcpositleng prpoIU8n p
sitleng IU8n and Mr lr Xebeker in Mr 11 popes popespresence popespNsence a
presence asked ked Him to boost the price priceof priceof pyleA e
A of hl h property 1508 His answer was wasthat wastilat wa S
that Mr Pope could look after his hiaPopes hisPopes hi hiPopes Sa a
Popes business and he would look lookafter 1001after 100 k
after hi = own Clarks business He Hesaid Heald 11 11said 0
said ald at the meeting mtetlngoot of the special sperm com committee ecm1111ttee ecniniittee ¬
mittee referred to he hnd hoard h ard Mr MrX M 11 11Xbfokt
X Xbfokt beker > r offr otrpr r 160 acres of asphalt a < halt land landfor landfor Ian I
for 51000 1000 While hUe Mr 011 Xebeker did not notrtfscrlb notrrsrIbI tic t
rtfscrlb the > property pro > ItJ or toll of Its loa lotaU loaUn lotstiii 1
U Un n he li knew that it was Mr Ir Popes Pope 5
property pr < > perly that was wasbelngp wa being offered ored He Heheard H Hheard Heheajd
heard Mr Ir 2Tebeker ebeker say ay If I you 3OU want wantcheaper wantcheaper wantcheaJcrtfioP
cheaper cheaJcrtfioP iffoperty ry r I can iglve all n you youwant Y youwant U Uwant
want at414000 at414000Councilman 811UOOI at4l4tJOOCouncilman
I Councilman Tuddenham said he re remembered remembered remembered ¬
membered the offeVi ffel but there was no noowner noowner
owner of it mentioned mentionedFernstrom mentionedFernstrom mentionedFernstrom
Fernstrom Thought it a Josh JoshCouncilman JoshCouncilman JoshCouncilman
Councilman Fernstrdm also said he heheard heheard heheard
heard Mr Nebekers statement bit did didnot didI didnot
I not take It seriously as there had been beena
a pod good deal of joshing at the commit committee committee committee ¬
tee meeting about asphalt Councilman CouncilmanA
A J Davis was wa opposed to t buying as asthe asPhallland asphal
Phallland phal land and had told the committee committeethe
I the city could buy all that kind of land landit landit landit
it wanted at 75 5 an acre and Council Councilman Councilman Councilman ¬
man E H Davis said his sheepherders sheepherdershad
had been In the habit of burning as aswhlchhis asphalt asphalt
phalt 1n pn the grazing grounds over overwhich overwhich
whlchhis which his herds roamed These state statements statements statements ¬
ments caused hinvto him himt9 t9 disregard di reSilrd the talk talkof talkof talkof
of cheaper asphalt land that was of offered offered offered ¬
fered by b Mr Pope PopeAfter PopeAfter PopeAfter
After considerable more discussion of ofthe orthe ofthe
the same tenor in which nearly all the themembers thcmetnbers themembers
members present p sent joined Councilman CouncilmanHartenstein CouncilmanHartenstein CouncilmanHartenstein
Hartenstein moved that the whole mat matter matter matter ¬
ter be dropped and that the committee committeerise committer commlttcerise
r rise Councilman Black offered the fol following followIng following ¬
lowing resolution as a substitute for forCouncilman forCouncilman forCouncilman
Councilman Hartensteins motion motionCouncilman motionCounodman II IICouncilman
Councilman Martin said the members membersof
of the council had been put in a false falseposition falseposition falseposition
position and that in view iew of the testi testimony testimony testimony ¬
mony the mayor should withdraw his hischarge hischarge hischarge
charge against them as they rested on onthe onthe Onthe
the statements st tements of one man manMayor manMaor manMayor
Mayor Morris said that while he didnot did didnot didnot
not want to make any unjust insinua insinuations insinuations insinuations ¬
tions against the members of the coun council counell coUncii ¬
ell he did not feel that he could with withdraw withdraw withdraw ¬
draw any statement made by b him in the theveto theveto theveto
veto Mr lr Nebeker was not the only onlyone onlyone onlyone
one who told hr h = that the Pope prop property property property ¬
erty could he bought for 1000 Coun Councilman Councilman Councilman ¬
cilman Fernstrom was one of these theseCouncilman theseCouncilman theseCouncilman
Councilman Fernstrem denied that he hehad hehad hehad
had so stated and Mayor Morris insist insisted InsIsted Insisted ¬
ed that he had hadMore hadMore hadMore
More discussion ensued and at its itsclose itscJose itsclose
close a 3 t vote ote was taken on Councilman CouncilmanBlacks Counci1manBJacks CouncilmanBlacks
Blacks resolution and it was adopted adoptedby
by b the vote ote already given givenThe iivenThe givenTne
The committee then rose and the reg regular regular regular ¬
ular session of the council was begun begunVeto beJUl1Veto begunVeto
Veto Is Sustained SustainedAt
At the regular session after the thetransaction thetransaction thetransaction
transaction of considerable routine routinebusiness routinebusiness routinebusiness
business the message of the mayor mayorvetoing mayorvetoing mayorvetoing
vetoing the purchase of the B M Pope Popeasphalt Popeasphalt Popeasphalt
asphalt land was taken up and the thequestion thequestion thequestion
question put Shall the action of the thecouncil thecouncil I Icouncil
council be sustained the mayors veto vetoto vetoto I Ito
to the contrary notwithstanding notwithstandingThe i
The mayor mayorwas was sustained in his veto vetoby vetoby i iby
by the following vote those voting aye ayeopposing ayeopposing I Iopposing
I
opposing the mayor and those voting votingno votinino
j no sustaining him himAyes himAesDean himAyesDean
Ayes AesDean Dean Hobday Martin Wood WoodHewlett WoodHewJett WoodHewlett
i Hewlett HewlettNoes HewJettNoesBlack HewlettNoesBlack
j Noes NoesBlack Black Barnes A J Davis DavisFernstrom DaylsFernstrom DavisFernstrom
Fernstrom Preece PreeceThe Tuddenham TuddenhamThe TuddenhamThe
The veto of the mayor of the grant granting granting granting ¬
ing of a license to run run a saloon at 209 200West 209Vest 209West
West Second South street to James JamesTescado JamesTescado JamesTescado
Tescado was sustained sustainedA
A communication from City 9it Engi Engineer Engineer Engineer ¬
neer George W Yo Riter saying that the thepresidents thepresidents thepresidents
presidents of the South Jordan the theEast theEnst theEast
East Jordan the Utah Salt Lake Lakecanal Lakecanal Lakecanal
canal companies and the city engineer engineerhad engineerhad engineerhad
had agreed to install a fifth pump at atthe atthe atthe
the present pumping station at Utah Utahlake UtahJake Utahlake
lake that would cost 915950 and to toattach toattach toattach
attach electrical transformers etc etcthat etcthat etcthat
that would Increase the cost to approx approximately approxImatel approxirnately ¬
Imatel imately 11000 was read and re referred re referred referred ¬
ferred to the finance committee Thg Thgcity Th Thtlty Thcity
city engineer also stated that the North NorthJordan NorthJordan NorthJordan
Jordan Canal company would not share shareits shareIts
its fifth of the expense expenseA
A report of a committee recommend recommending ¬ I IIng
ing that P J Moran be instructed to toinstall toinstall I IInstall
install a smoke consumer in the city cityjail cityjail I Ijail
jail building according to his contract contractwas contractwas Contrailtwas
was adopted adoptedThe adoptedThe adoptedThe
The council took a recess until 730 730p 30 30p aOp
p m Wednesday WednesdayFROM WednesdayFROM Vednesda
is o 13 13FROM
FROM CANADA TO TOGULF iTOGULFOFMEXIC TOGULF
GULF GULFOFMEXIC GULFOFMEXICContinuoo OF MEXICO MEXICOContinued MEXICOContinued
Continued from Pace 1 1the 1the 1the
the railroads today was almost com complete com complete cornplete ¬
plete The Baltimore Ohio road s sthe 8the sthe
the greatest sufferer and it is reported reportedthat report reportthat reportedthat
that there have been no trains b be between between
tween Meridian Miss and NeW XevOrleans NeWOrleant e eOrleanr
Orleans for t week w ek The only cheering cheering1news cheerio cheerionews cheeringnewa
news from the entire south came 16 16day tOday
day from western and southern n Texas Texaswhere Texawhere Texaswhere
where a slight moderation in tempera temperatur tempe1nturu tempersturo
tur wits reported From Western WesternMissouri WesternMissouri Vesternlissouri
Missouri Kansais I amOM and Nebraska confe confereports conterOllOrt eoneroporta
reports < 4 of temperatures ranging rangn from
20 to 25 below zero All through these thesesuites thesestntec thesestates
suites the month of January Tnnual was Wlt the thecoldest thecoldest thecoldest
coldest known since the establishment establishmentof estabIl hment hmentof
of the weather bureau and the month monthof monthof
of February FebIURl has so sd far shown equal equalseverity I Iseyerit
severity seyerit All through Minnesota Wis Wisconsin Wiscontn Yiscon ¬
consin con ln and northern Michigan Iichl an tho mer mercury inereury ¬ i iCUn
cury ranged from 20 to 45 4i below belo the thecoldest thet01de8t thecoldest
coldest place pl c on the map ma being b ing Rich Richland Rithland Ttlehland
land Center Vis which announced the thelow thelow thelow
low mark of 45 below belowRise belowRise 1010WRise
Rise in Temperature inTemperatureA TemperatureA r mperature mperatureA
A general warming up is noticeable noticeabletonight notleenbletonight noticeabletonight
tonight in the northwest north wast St Paul Paulshowing Pauli Paulshowing
showing a temperature of 10 below to tonight tonight ¬ 1
night as compared with 36 2 belpU belpUtwentyfour beiptvtwentyfour I
twentyfour hours earlier The rise In Intemperature 101 Intemperature
temperature ls Is > accompanied by l twine twinesnow HOl somesnow e I Isno
snow sno but no heavy precipitation i irecorded ia irecorded 1 1rocorded
recorded recordedTO recordedTO
o oeI 0 0TO
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY DAYTake DAYTake DAYTake
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets TabletsAll
All druggists drugsl refund the th money If it ufails itfails
fails to cure E W Groves signature signatureIs
Is on each box 25c e I
t
25 AND 50 5 0 CENTS CEN S A GAR GARMENT qAR qARMENT GARMENTFOR ¬
MENT MENTFOR FOR MERINO MERINoUiE MERINoUiEWEARUSED UNDER UNDERf UNDERWEAR UNE > ER ERWEAR
f
WEAR WEARUSED USED TO BE 5 o GENPS oCE OCN1SAND GENPSAND S SA
AND A D A DOLLAR DOLLARCJ
CJ Theres l here s about t six dozen dozenof dozenof dozenof
of the e 50 5 ° cent kind in gray grayand graya11d grayaiid
and brown About three threedozen threedo threedozen
dozen do ei1 of die cheaper varretyt varj vaittyTheyre > tyt tytT T TTheyre
Theyre T yre just as l good as when whenthey wen wenrh whenthey
rh they y sold for twice w ce thes thesale the sale saleprice e eprice v vi vprice
price price We wont tont i have av to t tourge r rurge v vurge >
urge urge you to buy b lY if it youll lV V Vt f fexamine
t > i iexamine >
4 examine them themSOUTH 7 7I 7SOUTHWINbbW v vJCHRDSON
I
SOUTH SOUTHWINbbW WINDbv WINDbvRICFIARDSON
RICFIARDSON JCHRDSON JCHRDSONCLOTHES AJ AS Nts jl jlCA
CA A CLOTHES CLOI ES SHOP FOR FORThe ME MEAt IE IEAt
At The Sign Signof
j THIS THISI < n IS
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172 I 7 2 MAIN M IN STREET
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PASSiNG SNG OF DAVIS COUNTY GO NJYPIONEER NJYPIONEERc PIONEER PIONEERJohn
c c cJo
John Jo J ohn n Sivel SivelSmith Smith Founder of Kaysville Kay svilleand and For Many Years YearsIdentified YearsIdentified YearsIdentified
Identified With Various Enterprises Throughout Utah Utahand Utahand Utahand
and Idaho Goes to His Reward Rewardell
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JOHN SIVEL SMITH
John Sivel Smith a pioneer of this thisstate thisstate thisstate
state and one of the first settlers of ofDavis ofDavis ofDavis
Davis ounty ount died Sunday night of ofpneumoni ofpneumonia ofpneumonia
pneumonia at the age of 95 9 years at t his hishome hishome hishome
home in Kaysvllle where he has re resided resIded resided ¬
sided for fo nearly half a century centuryUp centuryUp centuryUp
Up until two weeks ago when he heencountered h heencountered 1
encountered pneumonia he was wasactively wasactively I Iactivel
actively activel engaged in looking after his hisbusiness hisbusiness htsbusiness
business interests Despite his age his hisfaculties hisfaculties hisfaculties
faculties were as well preserved us uswhen aswhen itswhen
when a young man and during hi his long longand longund
and remarkable life he enjoyed perfect perfecthealth perfecthealth perfecthealth I
health In Davis county where he hespent hespent hespent
spent the greater part art of his hisilfe life he was wasIn wasIn wasIn
In active business as a farmer and andstockman
j stockman His business interests were wereextensive wereextensive wereextensive
extensive and ud he h was interested in inlivestock Inlivestock Inlivestock
livestock companien located throughout throughoutchased throughoutthe
the state Idaho and Canada He pur purchased purchased
chased part of the land under underthe the old oldKay olllK oldKit
Kay K Kit survey and be afterwards afterwar s named namedthe namedth namedtiiq
the th settlement settlementotKasnIe settlementotKasnIeHe ofKaysville ofKaysvilleHe
He was born hi Worcestershire WorcestershireEngland WorCestershireEngland YorcestershireEngland
England March MtrchlO 10 1809 1809antl and bud he helived helived helived
lived until the thecomfnP coming March hfe h would wouldhave wouldhave
have been 96 years of age His HI father fatherwno fatherwan fatherwar I
wan > l n stockman In the t he old coiilYtry co t t Y and andthe andthe
the lirst f t fifteen years ears of oriIs J1J8 his life was wasspent wusspent wasspent
spent on his parent fnrnVt farm At t tho age ageof ageof ageof
of lo 1 he commenced Om enctid a live n t year yellt ap apprenticeship upprentceship ¬
prenticeship leianlng le nh tfi ti bj b bj4 carpenter carpenterwoodworker cilrpenterwoodworkcl ciLrpeuterwoodworker
woodworker and wagonmaker He Hefollowed Hefollowed Hefollowed
followed the trade for threo years el115 after
II IICOLD w
COLD WAVE MOVING AWAY SLOWLY SLOWLYAWD SLOVvLYAND SLOWLYAND
AND MODERATE l WEATHER IS PREDICTED
All things considered Salt Lakers Lakershave Lakershave Lakershave
have reason to feel grateful that ttiat they
did not have so cold col a aspeJl spell from the therecent therecent thorecent
recent frigid wave as some of their theirneighbors theirneighbors theirneighbors
neighbors have had In adjcining states statesAH statesi11 statesAll
AH of Forecaster R J Hyatt s predic predictions pr predletions > dic diclions ¬
tions have come true almost to the let letter leltel lettee ¬
tel and no noshe he says the town Is going goingto
to have more moderate weather wJth withscarcely wJthscarceJy wjthscarcely
scarcely any prospect of a uStorm stormy stormyperiod stormyPeriod
period for several end days da s thcugh th ugh it may maycloud maycloud maycloud
cloud up a bit now no and then enough enoughto
to give g e one the impression that a snow snowstorm sno Snowstomi ¬
storm might be brewing brewingThe brewingThe brewingThe
The lowest point touched by b the mer mercury mercur mercury ¬
cury cur yesterday in this city cit was zero zerobetween zerobetween6 zerobetween
between 6 and 7 ocloak inthe morning morningAt
At the latter hour it eM1 vasi aS 1 above ab e and andfrom anrlfrom adfrom
from that time until 3 oclock in the theafternoon theafternoon theafternoon
afternoon the < upward gain Tas ias a at the theate therate therate
rate of 2 degrees per hour A At he hour hourmentioned hourmentioned
mentioned the thermometer indicated indicatedIS
IS degrees above and then It began to torecede torecede
recede slowly slowlyToday Siowl SiowlToda slowlyToday
Today Toda will not ot be as cold as yester yesterday yesterday ester esterday ¬
day and there are strong probabilities probabilitiesthat
that at least 23 2 i above will be reached reachedThe reachf reachedThe > d dThe
The barometer barorneterwas was RS highest over oy > r the theplateau theplateau theplateau
plateau region the middle and and1 andouth andouthem j5outh j5outhern Outh Outhern
ern em Rocky mountain slopes and the thelowest thelowest thelowest
lowest was wa over the northern Ilocky Ilockymountain Hock Hockmountain Itockymountain
mountain slope and over ov r theAtlantic the Atl Atlantic nUc
serving his apprenticeship and then re returned returned returned ¬
turned to farm life lifeHe UreHe lifeHe
He married Miss Jane Wadley in
1S38 and three years ears later emigrated emigratedwith emigrntedw emigratedwith
with w th a family of two children to toAmerica toAmerica toAmerica
America He settled at Kirtland 0 Owith 0with 0with
with the members of the Mormon Mormonchurch Mormonchurch
church to which hlch faith he was a averted con converted converted ¬
verted in England He suffered the thehardships thehardships thehardships
hardships to which the Mormons were weresubjected Weresubjected weresubjected
subjected In those days He started for forUtah forUtap forUtaji
Utah in 1850 18 O under the command of ofCaptain ofCaptain ofCaptain
Captain William Snow Sno and reached reachedSalt
Salt Lake City in the frill of the same sameyear sameyear sameyeai I
year He lived in Draper Dmp r for six years yearsuntil yearsuntil yearsuntIl
until the thetime time of the Salmon River Rivercolonization nlvercolonization Rivercolonization
colonization In that year he b bought a asection asection J Jsectlon
section of the JCay Cay a r place and made it itbin ithie itlilu
bin permanent home homeHis homeHis homeHis
His wife died in 1SSS happy in the therealization theleaUzation therealizatIon
realization that she had raised a family familyof
of eleven children all of them now nowgrown nowgrown nowgrown
grown and married At the present presenttime presenttime presenttime
time he leaves seven sevenchUdren children thirty thirtysix thirtysix thirtysix
six grandchildren and fortyone great greatgrand greatsrand greatgrand
grand children childrenIn
In Nauvoo he was wasa a member of the theMormon the11rmon theMermon
Mormon Legion and after coming to toUtah toUtah I IUt
Utah Ut r participated l > in theJohnston th tho < Johnston army armytrouble arm armtrQubl armytroubles
trouble under Philemon Merrill Since Sincethat Sincethat Sincethat
that time he occupied numerous posi positloiiK positloM positioiu
tloiiK ii io the Mormon church churchf < hurchTht
f This funeral willbo held Sunday next nextat nextat nextat
at 2 p m at the Kaysville Kays lJIe meeting
house I
coast states stat s The precipitation has I
been ccnfined principally to the south southern southern southem ¬
ern em and eastern states stat s Ohio and Mis MisHlssippi MIsHhiSipp1 Mississippi
Hlssippi valleys and the lake region regio
It was snowing yesterday 3 stenla at Havre
Buffalo PIttsburg Elkins Knoxville Knoxvilleand Knox KnoxviThand lIle lIleand
and Asheville A 1evJlle sleeting at Montgomery Montgomeryand lontom rJ rJand
I and raining at Norfolk Norfol and Charleston CharlestonThe
I The largest amount of precipitation precipitationwas
was 1101 at Montgomery 12S Inches Inchestures tnchttfThe InchesThe
The severe cold wave with t teptpera teptperatures
tures from fr nt zero to 28 2 degrees below belowextended beloweCtended belowextended
extended over the country eountr from tHe tlieplateau tHepl tiii tiiipiateauregion
plateau pl piateauregion JlJegion region to the lower Qwer Jake coun country COU COUtry eouitry ¬
try with temperature below freezing as a f
far south outh as the Gulf coast The low lowest lowest loweat ¬
est temperatures tE > were wer as asfoIlo follosr iC j Bis Bismarck Bi Bimurck Btsmarek ¬
marck and Duluth 28 below b low ivioore Ioort
head 26 below St Paul Huron and ant antNorth
North rth Platte 24 below belo Omaha 22 be below below below ¬
11 low Kansas City CIt and Winnipeg 20 be ¬
low St Louis 18 below Dodge and ant I
J Denver 14 below Sault Ste Marie 12 12I 1 2
I below Oklahoma City and nd Cairo 10 1 0 1
i 1 below belo and zero ero at Cincinnati CincinnatiConsiderable Cln lnnati lnnatiCOllsiderable
Considerable trouble was experienced experiencedyesteVday cxpericneedyesterday experien cei ceiyeM j
yesterday yeM iddy with the telegraph service serviceeartward sproiceeafitward S Seartward
eartward It was especially bad east eastof eastof ens t tof
of PittHburg and along alOJ S the eastern or orseaboard OTH o I Iseaboard
seaboard H > states where wires were pros prostrated prost ¬
t trated trale > d by b roascn of severe storms of ofsleet 0 r
I sleet and snow
ARBITRATION N TREATIES ARE DEAD DEADi DEADRoosevelt I I
0 i IRoosevelt
Roosevelt Will Not Present Them to the Countries With Which WhichThey WhichThey WhiciThey 1
They Were Negotiated NegotiatedStatement Statement by bySecretary bySecrefary bySecretary
Secretary Hay
I A ASIDNGTON Feb 13 13President 13PresidentRoosevelt 13PresIdentV President PresidentRoosevelt
WASHINGTON W V V Roosevelt will not present the ar arbltration arbitration i ibitration
bitration treaties as amended by
the senate to the countries with which whichthey whichth whichthey
they th were negotiated In reply repl to tonumerous tonumerous tonumerous
numerous inquiries by representatives representativesof represen aUves aUvesot
of the press at the state department to today today ¬
day da Secretary Hay made In substance substancethe substanceI
the following statement statementThe statementThe statementThe
The president regards the matter of ofthe ofthe
the general arbitration treaties as con concluded coneluded ¬
cluded by the senate on Saturday Saturda He Herecognizes HerE Hereegnizes
recognizes rE > the right of the senate s nate to toreject tpreject toreject
reject a treaty either by b a direct vote vot votor voteor i ior
or indirectly indirectI by changes which are inompaUble in incompatible incompatible ¬
compatible with its spirit and purpose purposeHe purpoSeHe purposeHe
He considers that with Uh the senate senateamendments senateamendments senateamendments
amendments the treaties not only onlYcease onlYceaseto cease ceaseto eeaseto
to be a step forward in the cause of ofgeneral ofgeneral ofgeneral
general arbitration but are really a astep astep astep
step backward and therefore he Is un unable unable ¬
able to present them In this altered alteredform altet alteredform d dfonn
form to the th countries with which we wehave w whae wehave
have been b en in negotiations negotiationsSent
j
Sent to the President PresidentThe PresidentThe PresidentThe
The arbitration treaties which wereamended wereamended were wereamended
amended and ratified by the senate on onSaturday onSaturday onSaturday
Saturday were sent tothe president pr sident to today today today ¬
day Each treaty was accompanied at > by bythe bythE bythe
the usual resolution re lullon setting forth the theaction theaction theaction
action taken by the senate senateThe
The vote ole of fifty fift to nine nin In favor ot otthe ofthe I
the adoption of the amendment to the thetrpatles thetreaties
treaties does not give the full strength strengthof
of the senate on th question of insist insisting inslsting insistlug ¬
ing upon its prerogatives in treaty treatymaking treatymaking treatymaking
making There were five pairs record recorded recorded recorded
ed but in each case it was stated by b bthe
the senator announcing his pair tha thahe that thahe
he believed if hts pair were present lie liewould liewould hewould
would vote for the amendment There Thereseemed Therseemed Thereseemed
seemed to be a lack Iacko of information as to towhether t tvhether toVhether
vhether general pairs covered the th sub subject subjeet subjeet ¬
jeet of amendment to treaties and nd on 01 01thlt oil oilthat
that account a numberQ fienat9rfj fienat9rfjin enatpire enatpirefandrp
fandrp in rmti vot LotInf PS S SwtktorA1ln t 6t lIA wlQ wlQwalt wbowai
walt wai JcC recordUas rdlilas foUng for the amend tmc11
mont was not present His name name was wasconfused wasconfusl wa waconfused
confused > d with that of Senator Alger Algerwho Algerwho V Vwho
who was present and voted for the theamendment theamend th e eamencjm
amendment amendmentThe amend n nt ntThe n t tTlie
The pairs recorded were Depew and an U
McEnery Proctor and Malioryj Clark Clarkof Clarkof Ciarof
of Arkansas andMIIlard and Illlard Pettus Pett s and an
Crane and Simmons and Clapp No Norecord Norecord N Nrecord
record was made however as to the themanner themanner th thmanner
manner these senators would hay havvoted ha hayoted hayvoted
voted
End of tne tfi Matter MatterThe MatterThe MatterThe
The treaties were received at the th e
White Vl te House today and following r the theusual theusual Ut e eusual
usual procedure they will IiI be recorded recordedand recordedand a aand
and forwarded to the state department t
They will be sent to the librarian librarianwhere librarIanwhere 1 1where
where in accordance with the state statement statement statEment ¬
ment issued by Secretary Hay Ha they the
fill remain
Culloms Comment CommentWashington CommentVashington CommentWashington
Washington Feb 13 13Senator Senator Cul Cullom Cullom I Ilam
lom chairman cf the committee on for foreign forelgn fo foeign
eign relations after read reading In Secretary Secretar SecretarHa SecretarHays
Hay Ha Hays s comment on the action of the thesenate thesenate Ui LC LCsenate
senate In amending the arbitration arbitrationtreaties arbitrationtrea a atreaties
treaties trea tios said saidThe saidThe saidThe
The senates position Is right abso absolutely absolutely absclately ¬
lutely If anything is done hereafter hereafterthe llereafierthe r rthe
the president will have to take the Ben setate I I Iate
ate into his confidence It might require requirea requitI requita
a little more time but otherwise I oan 0011sce on II IIsee i isee
see nothing nothin in the senates course In Inharmonious Ii I Iharmonious ¬
harmonious with the presidents inter interpretation interpretation lnteipretation ¬
pretation of his treatymaking treatymakingpower treatymakingpowerit power powerHAVE I IHAVE
it itHAVE
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the man who totally bereft of the sense sensof senseof
of proportion raises ral es his profaning eyes e s
toward the splendid temple of the pee poopies pOrpIes peepies
pies highest gift giftthe the presidency of f
the United State1 Statebllssfull blissfully ancoa > 1 1scious
serious of the woeful contrast between betwe n
the qualificatIons requisite for that
high office and his own contemptible contemDtlbrcand
and moral equipment
Mr Sullivan again was interrupted
by Mr Robinson but the speaker speak r ruled
that Mr lr Sullivan SUlli n was in order orderNovice orderNovice < rderNovice
Novice With Inherited Wealth WealthMr
Mr 11 Sullivan referred to Mr 1 Hearst Hecrstas
as the unknown man or political nov no
Ice i whose only recommendation Is his i
inherited wealth wealthlh wealthThe
The lh < scheme of political assassination assassinationnf
nf said had been mapped out evidently
with the idea of o destroying the respec
table tab elements of the Democratic party
Ho H < commended omm nded Mr Williams the ml
nority norlt leader lead r for refusing to endorse
the Hearst rate bill also a refusal of
that leader fa stoop 5too to a controversy
with a contemptible opponent opponentJohnson opponentJohnson
Johnson Speech Revived RevivedI
I know said Mr Sullivan in con eon n nCluslon
elusion 00 that prudential reasons warn wal l1 l1agaInst
against a controversy with a newspa newspaper
per of this character h rncter These reasons reasonspresE
present presE > nt the danger of exposure to a anew
new form of yellow e1Jov peril as disastrous
to reputation rE > as the other form Is al
leged to be to Christian civilization
But while I remain a member of the
house I will reply repl to unjust attacks in
the newspapers of the gentleman from
New York by b sending to the clerks
desk to be read with the article com complained
plained of an estimate of the charac
ter t < > r of
my traducer which was given on
the floor of this thf house by b a member m mber
from California in 1897 as the judgment judgmentof
of thosejvvtth those thosewiut wtth whom the gentleman
from New N i York Y rk then lived and who
for that reason knew kne him best If by
my m remarks I i have checked the scheme schemeof
of political assassination which has
been marked out by this Nero of ofmod ofmodrll mod
ern rll politics or have even called public publicattention pUblicattention publicattention
attention to its purpose I believe b llev I
have performed a service to the house houseand
and to the country countr to the house by
insisting that each member shall duly
respect each other at least outward
ly l and to the country by exposing the themalice
malice that inspires these newspaper newspape newspapeartfles <
articles which operate tocreate to reate in ir the theminds theminds
minds of the people false impressions ImDressionsof
of tf their public servants servantsAs
As soon as Mr Sullivan concluded
Mr Hearst rose to reply He denied d nled
that lIe either inspired or suggested
the publication referred to but said
he assumed all au responsibility for it
Replying to t < t Mr olr Sullivans criticism
that Mr Hearst had been guilty of
lack of action In the house Mr Hearst HearstRaid HearstNlid Hearstsaid
Raid he was proceeding in the way he
thought most effective to his constitu constituents constituents ¬
ents He did not know kno any an way by bywhich bywhich
which a man ma could be less effective for
his constituents than Th n emitting emittingchewed t emittingchewed > mittlngchewed
chewed wind on the floor of the house
Mr Ir Hearst then began a review of
the attack upon u > on him by Representa Repres nta
tive Grove Johnson of California Californiawhen Californiawhen Californiawhen
when he was Interrupted by bylr Mr
Payne of New York who alleged the theremarks ther theremarks
remarks r marks were unparliamentary unparllam ntarJ
001 I ask for fair play pIa demanded Mr 11
Griggs of Georgia GeorgiaMr GeorpiaMr
Mr Payne withdrew his point and andMr andMr
Mr 11 Hearst proceeded He declared declaredthat declaredthat declaredthat
that he had no desire to criticise Mr MrSullivan MrSullivan MrSullivan
Sullivan because If lie had he would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not have done it in so puerile a man manner manrer ¬
rer He then sprang a sensation sensationwhich spnsatfonhleh sensationltich
which hleh threw the house in an uproar uproarKe uproarHe uproarHe
He charged that John A Sullivan was wasone wasone wasone
one ot two Suilivans SuiU ns who had kept a asaloon asaloon asalson
saloon in Boston where a murder was wascommitted wascommitted wascommitted
committed and that the two Sullivans Sullivansvere Sullivanswere Sullivanswere
were Indicted for manslaughter manslaughterI
I would like to ask the gentleman gentlemanfrom genUmanfrom gentlemanfront
from Massachusetts calmly caJml inquired inquiredMr > r rlr
Mr lr Hearst what he knows about the theincident theIncident theincident
incident incidentMr incidentMr Z ZII
Mr II Sullivan arose and facing Mr MrHearst 111Hearst MrHearst
Hearst said saidIf saidIf saidIf
If the gentleman Is asking that thatquestion thatQuestion
question of me I will be very ery glad to toanswer toanswer toanswer
answer it itMr itMr
Mr 11 Hearst ignored the remark remarkhowever remarkhowever remarkhowever
however
Mr ButlerGot Butl Butler Got Excited ExcitedThis ExcitedThis ExcitedThis
This is not a wash shop shouted shoutedMr shoutedMr
Mr lr Butler Butl r of f Pennsylvania n Hhanio who ap appealed appealed ¬
pealed to the speaker to know if th thre threwea re rewas
was any an power po r to prevent a continu continuance continuslice ¬ i ince
slice nce of r the discussion discussionThe dis discussionThe < u sion sionThe
V
The speaker sI > aker ruled that MV lr Hearst Hearstwas HearstWRi Hearstwatt
was Proceeding by unanimous cons3nt cons3ntand oos onsntand = nt
and beside he was not sure that Mu MuHearst l1 l1H MaHearst
Hearst H arst was specifically referring to toMr
Mr 1r Sullivan not being familiar with withhis
his given name nameBut nameBut
But Mr 11 Speaker said Mr MrButler Mrflutler Ir IrEutleJ
Butler he has Inftrentially charged chargedthe charsethe
the rrentleman = with murder murderMr murderMr
Mr Butler was thoroughly enraged enragedand enragedand ntagedDnd
and as he walked across the aisle ex exclaimed exc exchUrned ¬
claimed c aimed this is not fair to the coun country countrJ counAfter ¬
try tryAfter
After th ths excitement had subsided subsidedMr subsidedMr
Mr 11 Hearst resuming said he h recog recognized recognized recognized ¬
nized the justidfe justi of the remarks of ofMr ofMr ofMr
Mr Butler about the turn of affairs affairsand afCQI afCQIand affairsand
and that he greatly regretted it but buthe buthe
he added he was as compelled in de defense defense dofose ¬
fense of himself to define the char character character harlctcr ¬
acter of men cn who have made their at attacks attl1cks attacks ¬
tacks upon me It was was he ze said the theduty theuty theduty
duty uty of a newspaper when such men menwere nltm nltmwere menwere
were In public life to refer to their theirpast theirpast theirpast
past and their character characterSpeaker characterSpeak characterSpeak
Speaker Speak y Interfered InterferedAt
At this juncture Speaker > r Cannon Cannonnoting Cannonrotlng I Irotfn
noting rotfn the effect on tho house houscot of Mr MrHearsts fr frBearHts r rBearats
Hearsts charge interrupted and de declared declared dodared ¬
clared that an accusation of homicide homicideagainst homlci hemtoiagainst i
against a member seems to fall wlthip Withl wItitlilthe 1 1the
the parliamentary prohibition eaten calculated eatenlated ¬ i ilpted
lated to provoke disturbance and dls dlsordtr t1Lord disordtr
ordtr ord r and to bring the body bod itself Into intocontempt I Icontempt
contempt and criticism criticismThe criticismThe I Il
The l he speakers peaker admonition caused Mr MrIlearst I
Hearst to cut short his remarks with a astatement astatement
statement that he was proud of the thehostility theostlllt thehostility
hostility ostlllt of such as Mr Sullivan and andthat andthat andthat
that he would continue Uto toincur to Incur the thehostility thehostility thehostility
hostility of of that class of individuals individualsso
so long as he was in Journalism or In Incongress Inonsress ineonress
congress congressThe eonressThe onsressThe
The house then th n proceeded to the theconsideration theconsideration theconsideration
consideration of bills relating to the theDistrict theDistriot theDistrict
District of Columbia ColumbiaMr
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Mr Ir Payne of New York reported reportedfrom reportedfrom reportedfrom
from the committee cm ways wa s arid aridmeans andmeans d dmeans
means the bill to revise and amend the tlJet3rifl thetariff
tariff laws of th the Philippine islands islandsfOllowing islandsfollowing
following which the house at S2S p pm I IM pm
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Sacramento CA CaL Fob 13 lJFJuol Final arsu arsumonts urgumoats rftU rftUmonts
monts in tho cases ctui S of Senators Emmons
Bunkers French and Wrlgnt accused of o
bribery wore ere made tonight before this thu1nesUatlag itt
investigating committee com mlt teE The IhO accused accusedprotested CCUHC1protested
protested against any nY report by the t e com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee being lnS made until their cass tus s had hatbeen
been tried In tho criminal court cottrtBLAZE courtBLAZE courtBLAZE
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Chicago Feb 13 11Piro Fire tonight destroyed destroyedthe
the sixstory slxrto buIlding at 13512 Clinton Clintonstreet Clfntonftre Clintolstreet
street ftre t entailing a loss of ax 200000 > 000 The Thedamage lh lhdamage ho hoUnag
damage Unag was divided dlvld d among a largenum larg nufn ¬
ber 0f f small manufacturing concernS conceJ sanQ sanQaitmts ana anaacents an anagtnts a
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TO TOGET GET G El EXCITED EXCITEDOne
C One O ne of Hochs Wives Wanted WantedlIer WantedlIerMo Her HerHoiiey er erMpy
Hoiiey Mo p Back BackBIGAMIST 1 BackIGAMIST ack ackBIGAMIST
r BIGAMIST B USED ARSENIC ARSENICTHREE ARSENIbHREE i iTHREE
n THREE T THREE HREE GRAINS GRAINs FOUjsia IN STOM STOMACH STOMF
F ACH OF VICTIM VICTIMChicago i iChicago
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Chicago Feb 13 1 13Mrs Mcs Enillie Eml i Fish 1M INshHoch h herHoch I IerHoch
erHoch er Hoch the latest iat st wife fCe of Johann Johannoch I j
Hoch H och called upon him toja today If to make 1
a aV demand demandfz for her money moneyAfter monc moncArter
V After Hoch had been brought from V a acell all j jcell
cell ce ll into Police PoIlc Inspector Shippys of enflee offiee ofce
fl flee ce the wife said saidJohn saduJohn saIdV saIdJohn V
John you 3 > ou have got my m money mone and andI andwant
I want it Give it back to me if you youhave youhave youave
h have ave any heart at all for I need every everycant eor eorcan everynt
c cant cantUnmoved can ce nt ntUnmoved t tUnmoved
Unmoved by the earnest plea Hoch Hochanswered Hoohanswered Hochnswered
a answered answeredNow answeredNow nsweredNow
Now my dear dont get excited excitedou
You Y ou will got all your money back and andmore andmorc andore
r more m ore If you do the right thing All of ofese
t these th ese stories about me are false You Youave
1 leave le < ave me alone al ne and you ou will come eom out outall outnIl
a all al l right Walt and we will talk it over overlater ovcrlater overter
1 later laterThe laterThe la ter terThe
The woman did not make any reply replyand tIYand replynd
c and a nd the Interview was at an end endA endA endA
A special detail of detectives has hasbeen basbeen haseen
I been b een set at work in an effort to locate locatethe locutethe locatee
t the th e drug store at which Hoch is up upposed upposed uposed
I posed p osed to have purchased the arsenic arsenicw1110h
which w liloli the police will endeavor to prove proveas
w as administered to Mrs MarI ilulok ilulokor
e er e r Hock The post mortem examination
c disclosed d three grains of arsenic In the thewomans thewomans theomans
i womans w stomach stomachNot stomaehNot stomachNot
Not Love Affairs AffairsHoch AffairsHoch AffairsHoch
Hoch made a statement today toda thaV tba tbatis
1 his h is matrimonial ventures were not love loveaffairs
J affairs affairsI a ffairsI
I want to correct one impression of ofme ofme ofe I
i me m e given the public he continued
All are led to believe I am a regular regularorneo
Romeo B orneo I am not I did not love any anyof anyof
c of o f my m wives I have no no use fpr fr women woment
It I t was purely a business proposition propositionwith pro ition itionwith
i with w ith me When I found they had mon money money meny ¬
ey e < y then I went after that t at When I got gott
1 it i t I left them They had no charms for forme I
i me m e I advertised for women over 46 4 1
I found they were easier to separate se separaterom ar8te I Ifrom
1 from f rom their money mone Flattery Flatte was my mychlef m mchief
chief c < stock In trade You can win a awoman nwoman aoman
woman w > quicker that way than any
other otherGeorge otherGeorge o < therGeorge
George Sleyter a carpenter declared declaredpositively declaredpositively declaredositively
positively p today that Hoch was the
I Janitor j nitor of V the apartment house or so socalled 50called soalled
called c castle of H H Holmes who whocommitted whoommitted 110 110committed
committed c many murders in this city V
Sleyter S claimed to have paid rent to
Hoch as janitor of the building in 1892 189
Hoch denies Sleyters statements In Inthis Inthis V
this t connection Police Inspector Shippy Shippyespresses Shippe Shippyxpresses
espresses e > presses the opinion that Hoch did not
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come to thiscountry until 1895 189 and andcould andcould andcould
could not have been employed by byHolmes byHolme byHolmes
Holmes h lit lirejn dre len in 1S02 1S02LURIDTALE 189 189LURID 1892a 1892LURIDTALE
a
LURIDTALE LURID TALE FALLS FAr S FLAT FLATHurderous FLATMurderous FLATurderous
Murderous Assault Ass ult on Andrew AndrewRom AndrewRomTurns Boha BohaTurns BohnTurns
Turns Out to Be an Invention Inventionto
to Deceive His Wife WifeTho WifeThe WifeThe
The thrilling tale of the murteirous murteirousassault mutlerousassault mur1ouSasatuit
assault of two masked highwaymen highwaymenupon
upon upo Andrew An < 1rew Rohn of SiT North Third ThirdWest ThirdVest ThirdWest
West street committed Sunday after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon while he was returning returnin from fromBingham trolnBingham frontBinghani
Bingham Junction was found by Mar Marshal Marshal Marshal ¬
shal Michael Mauss of Murray and his hisdeputies hi1depuUes hisdeputies
deputies to be b untrue untrueMarshall untruelrshan untrueMarshall
Marshall Manse said last night that thatRohn tha thatRohn t tRohn
Rohn admitted that he told the story
to his wife in order to explain the thebroken thebroken thebroken
broken arm and bruises th Uut fc h i re received received received ¬
ceived while on a II drunk 50 Some DC the thepapers thepaJ thepapers
papers paJ > ers told a lurid story with Ith the de details detalls details ¬
tails of the hassaultRol assault assaultRohn assaulLitohu
Rohn Rol n had h d been to Bingham Junction Junctionfor Junctionfor Junetkmfor
for junk and during the day y had keu keudrinking heetidrinking > > ffll fflltlrinkln
drinking tlrinkln heavily > When lie started fur forhome furhom furhome
home he feU asleep in his wagon wa on and androlled androlled androlled
rolled out The fall awakened akeDOO him and andhe andhe andhe
he ran and caught his team again asa In At AtFourteenth AtFourteenth AtFourteenth
Fourteenth South street on the th Bins
ham Junction road his horses bo s bolted boltedand boltf boltfand boltedand
and he was thrown from hit wagon and andrun andrU1l andrun
run over He was picked kked up by several severalmen IIeftralmen aevariimen
men who saw w the accident and an < < was wastaken wastaken wastaken
taken back to Murray lurra It was ftomul fumithut tuunithat ftomulthat
that his arm was broken and his head headbadly beadbatH ad adbadly
badly batH cut ut His horses were put In a astable astable astable
stable nearby and brought to th the city cityyesterday ettyY citYyesterday
yesterday yesterdayDr Y terda terdaDr
Dr E O Jones of Murray IUITa att attended atteadfdto < t < xl xlto
to the mans injuries and 41 Marshal MarshalMxuss ManhalIam MarshalMituss
Mxuss Iam s was called eKn to take him t te the thejail thejail thejail
jail where he could be taken care eRr of ofIt ofIt o oIt
It was learned that he lived m lit Salt SaltLake SaltLake SailLake
Lake and he was wa put pu on the th car and andtaken andtuken antitaken
taken to his home by bo one of 3 the dep deputies dputies deputles ¬
uties utiesGOULD utiesGOULD
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GOULD IS COMING WEST WESTGreat WESTGreat WESTGreat
Great Railroad Builder Will Inspeot Inspectthe Inspeotthe Inspeotthe
the Western Pacific and Other OtherImportant OtherImportant OtherImportant
Important Projects ProjectsGeorge ProjectsGeorge ProjectsGeorge
George J Gould is out on another anothertrip anothrtrip anothertrip
trip of inspection ever c er his western westernproperties wt westerlproperties tela telaprop
properties prop itleg He is scheduled to meet meethis meethis meethis
his consulting engineer Virgil G GBogue GBogue CBogue
Bogue In Salt Lake next month and andof an andwith
with him lO over a portion of the route routeof
of the Vestern Pacific between here hereand btreand hereand
and San Francisco From here ha h will willgo willso 111 111IN
go to San Francisco and Inspect the ttuWestern thtVestern theWestern
Western Pacific plans at that end or orthe orthe ofthe
the route routeThe routeThe routeThe
The Gould party will include inc1udeMr inc1udeMrGeorge Mrs MrsGeorge MrsGeorge
George J Gould Robert Howard Rut Russell Rusell Rutsell ¬
sell Benjamin Nieol and Miss ln s Anita AnitaStewart Antt AnttStewart AnitaStewart
Stewart The start has already been beenmade betltmae beetimade
made The complete trip will cov 00 eovt > 1 r
12000 miles It will include in dude visits to toDenver toDener toDenver
Denver Ogden Salt Lake San Fran Francisco Francisco Francisco ¬
cisco and Los Angeles Angt > les as well as many manyminor nlaInminor manyminor
minor points betwen bet n The arty J > will willlive willlive willlive
live on the special train and will re return retum return ¬
turn to New York in the spring
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