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1 ftERI fli LD Lead Lea In ore O50 New ew Tori 1o 1oESTAJ3LISIIED or
Hesolutions Adopted by Natjonal NationalCouncil NatjonalCounoil NatjonalCouncil
Council of o Women WomenTHREE W WomenTHREE omcn omcnTHREE
Special to The lieraia lieraiaASHINGTON HeralaAI lieraRLt
t AI ASHINGTON ASHIN ON April 15 13Studled 13StudlediV 13StudlevlI Studied Studiedif
iV I V if pflforts f > trort have aave been bee made to keep keepthe keepthe keepthe
the Mormon ormon question que tlon out of the theibTatlons thejbraUonH theihratIon
ibTatlons of the National Council < ouneil of ofWonvn ormn ofWtrin
Wonvn mn which hl < h has been In session here hereM herel hereweek
M l week These efforts were success successil
il until the committee on resolutions resolutionsi
i c = morning made its report and in inaded Inlded Inded
aded ded in the resolutions re olutlons submitted one onet onerlemnlng onelemnIng
t irilemiiing > polygamous polyg mous marriages and andi andstIng
i stiiig against seating seKUn in the na nanal naal usal
nal > al congress con e s of any man whomay whomayT who may mayr maytie
T Itkp ti tie < e or subscribe to polygamy polygamyr pol polygamyTrositIoIt gamy gamyIpposltiOIl
IpposltiOIl > > r > o8itioii to the resolution retK > luUon was wasby WasPl WasI
I fr1 by Mrs Irs Pauline Stinem repre repref
f i ative of a Jewish society who said saidwas saidWB saidW5
was not in favor of persecuting any anyfor Anyfor anyor
for or his religious rf > > belief She said saidrsiion saidrulon I id idIinon
rsiion organizations are members of ofNational ofational ofNational
National Council of Women and andIn andIn andhi
< In good ood standing stKndtn and an4 the th adoption adoptioni
i his h hi i resolution rf > would be a notice to tor tot4
1 r It to t4 leave leaveMrs le leaveMrs ve vefr8
Mrs fr8 Manchester said she he was pros presnt prCII1Pllt prosiit
1Pllt < > nt of the executive council when two twornon tofllmon twott1Ofl
> fllmon > rnon organisations o anhntions of women came camethe eanlPthe
1 > the council She did not know just justthey jm justthey t tth
they th T got in but they did When WhenHarates WhenI Then Thenzatf9
> Harates I zatf9 atP5 from these thf e two organizations organizationsared
> ared in the next council and the thesi theton thet1on
si ion was asked how they the got in inreply inwply Invply
reply was made that they were wereu
u and would help the th council councilUHan councilUilan councilusan
UHan B Anthony was strongly op oplJ o oI
1 lJ j ied ed d to the political end of the re reso resotfls o otiws ot
tiws t In She said women were not vot vots yotsin voliii
s sin in a majority maj rll of the states and she shes
s not believe women have any right rightT righttirtate
T I dictate to the voters of the country countr countrcIgresR countrycigress
cIgresR 01 Kress or state legislatures legislaturesMary legi egisaturesMtry latures laturesIlr
Mary Ilr Wright Sewall S wal1 objected to hurt hurtthe hurtUP hurtthe
the feelings of any anyone one of the af afiatory afA afatory
A iatory 1 a tory organizations She always op opd ovl opsuch
< d l such radical action she said saidJough saidnnu saidough
Jough nnu ough h in the th main she agreed agree with Ith the theE thtf
f solutions JutioDl We did not accept these thesef theseHwitlEs theseitIes
f HwitlEs ities as Mormons she he added addedWhen addooJHn addedVhen
When JHn we e accepted them they came in inliterary lit1terary
literary 1 i tf > rary and philanthropic societies societiesWhen societiesYhpn societIesVhn
When the vote was taken upon the theirsolutlon thefnlutlon theIfslUtIOfl
irsolutlon it was adopted with Ith but buttitrp butnIH butt1ire
titrp votes in the negative negativePURITY negathePURITY negativePURITY
Text of the Resolution as Passed by bythe bythe bythe
the Council Councilnshlngton CouncilY1 CouncilWhtngton
nshlngton Y1 < April 13 13Mrs Mre Mary Wood WoodSiiff WOOdand 000 000ift
Siiff ift and Mrs Belinda B Unda S Bailey both of orI ofPrancisco
8 u I Franetaco f were today elected presi presit presltnt
t tnt a nt and corresponding orr pondlng secretary reta1 re rep reoftfely yet1V017
p ftfely tively of the National Council or orWomen orumln ofomirn
Women WomenThe umln umlnTh omirnTh
The Th committee on resolutions re oJutions has iia agreed agreedupon agree aigreedlton
upon 111 > on resotatioiui denouncing polygamy polygamyjiitl pol amy amyoI
jiitl oI t advO advocates < ate social purity The resolu resolution reMlut11 resoluas ¬
tion as agreed upon and reported to the their theIs
ir I il i is as follows followsVherea followsVhtreas ollowsVhf
Vherea Vhf > relU The family famll is the unit of ofii
ii j I organization and purity and upon uponv uponlih
v Mich th thai safety of the state depends dependsinrefbre dependst dependsflreflre
inrefbre t I itrt tbre bo it itResolved ItHI ItRsoiyed
Resolved HI < uived That tosecure to secure fidelity and andj
j kf k < o forall for all in the state there must be berrity belrfty bex
rrity x lrfty in the home in which the family familyi familybitilded
i > builded buildedResolved ttu bitildedResolved iJdtd iJdtdRpsolved
Resolved That any practice which un unVrmines unlrl11ines unt1rmtnes
Vrmines the foundation of the family life lifeshould 1IfesilQuld lifeiould
should be strongly tronK deprecated and that thatF thatlf
F i < e < polygamous y marriages arc e a terrible terriblervil terribleevIl
evIl lf lft that t J threatens n to destroy r the tiei tieiaT1d home homeeTi homed
eTi d state institutions of our country < th thTeople the theJppl theTpfr
Teople sboukl by b petition and otherwise otherwiseprotest otherwiserotEst otherwiserOtest
protest rotEst against IOBt the seating of any man in InIr Inr
0 ir r national congress or allowing any anyHB
31 1811 HB IB it to hokl such a seat who may prac pracif pracI
if 1 p or subscribe to the th doctrine or ofj
j > > iyeamy gem
Vigorous Debate DebateThe DebateT11P DebateThp
The resolution was adopted by the coon eounbut IounI coonbit
I but not until after a vleoroiis die disisslon dlsgslon dieqJn
isslon Miss lU s Anthony Anthon participated In the thel thebats
1 bate advising against any reference to toa toa toa
a < ton by congress on the ground round that as asv asmfn
v 1 om mfn CR n are not allowed to participate J > in In1lItlcRl inIltical
1 1lItlcRl Htlcal matters they should give no ad adi
i ie 1 < on subject affecting politics politicsJlrs politicsills politicsIrs
Jlrs ills Irs Senator Dubols predicted that un unsteps 1Inr nitI
I steps are taken n to obstruct the t spread spreadMormonlsm spreatiMormonlsm
Mormonlsm r the Mormons O In ten tS tSwould years yearsivould yearsVOUld
would elect f > ten UnJsd States senators senatorsnd sans tors torsa
ft a > nd id thus criOtroltne eitro1 IltroJ ti the e balance of power in inhat Inhat inhat
hat body bodyOnly bodyOnly bodyOnly
Only three votes otS were cast against the theresolution thetllution thesoIut1on
resolution resolutionOn tllutionOn soIut1onon
On motion gARev OJ Re Anna Shaw president presidentf
r the > EQttall zai7 al Suffrage association the theuncll thedumjl theoincjl
dumjl > uncll decldetl > CldE < to appoint a standing com comJt comon cointbe
Jt tbe + on the subject of political equality equalityand equalitycivil
and 1 civil riRhtXfpr rl ht for women This is i con conCincll condred coneired
dred an 1m im1aflt ant step ep heau hecatise e the theclftcil therncII
Cincll always hah hahb been Ofl n noted for its con conrr conrati8m conrvatism
rr > rvRtum rvRtumBIG rvatismBIG
aIt aItBIG
Union Pacific to Take Over the New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Central C ntral and Chicago ChicagoNorthwestern Chicagot
4 Northwestern NorthwesternNew
t II 4 New York April 13 13Thp The New York YorkAmerican YorkA
4 American A tomorrow will mi miBonds say sayBonds ay ayBonds
Bonds aggregating ag rf gMtlng 7W 79000 TN1000000the TN1000000thegreatest OOO < 0DOOthe 0DOOtherpate Od the thegreatest
greatest rpate t railroad M lroad issue i8 ue ever made must musti nlu t tif
i if P marketed by the Union Pacific to toot toJl tocnsuminste
ot cnsuminste Jl > ummale Its merger with the New NewYork NewYurk Newlork
York Central Ctntr l system and the Chicago ChicagoA ChicaJonrthwe ChicagoNorthwetern
A Northwestern nrthwe tem railroad according to totails todtails toJtatIS
dtails tails of tbe underwriting made pub public publit pubI ¬
lit I yesterday yt > for the flrat time timeThe timeThp timeThe
The total Tnllea mileage e of the system will wille willlt
lt > e t 36244 CChe he plan of consolidation consolidationi
i i all underwritten and the promoters promotersi
S i e merely waiting for a favorable time timef
1 announce Consummation of the theheme theh thehome
home hemeThere h homeThere me meThtIt
There is to j iJ e an in issue 88ue of 15 per cent centstock centr
r r stock by byibch ibach ofthe of o the roads to be bebsorbed beh behorbed
bsorbed h < That Issued l ued by uy the Chicago ChicagoNorthwestern ChkRgoorthwern ChicagoNorthweLorn
< Northwestern is to go as an extra extrai extraidend extravidend
idend = to i tkie stockholders stockh ldtr That is isfew Isby Isid
id < by the tfew few ew York Central will be beHolders bei beeiiL
eiiL i to 8t stoe1hohders Holders at 125 producing producingVti pm ucing ucingt
Vti t < i 5000 OOO cadli with which to make im imvement imtment8 imi
i vement alfaidy a aJzdy Jr Y planned on the sys sysni B eyszu S SThe
ni 3 3The
The zuThe total stOck IddCk of both roads is then theni thenbe
i be purchased by the Union Pacific Pacificvith Pacificifh
vith ifh bonds bond 3h The Central stock will be beiken beken
11 kEn at M JIlIn 211 ln4 per cent bond and andChicago andtI andChicago
tI > Chicago Northwestern at S09 S09v JOOit 300ith
v ith it h a Vk l per er cent bond All of these thesef the thebl1d thesebonds
f bonds nds bAvo ha been underwitten and andt andttough andthough
t though stock of both systems is pledged pledgedto
to t < 1 vote for the plan to carry it itIn itI
In 1 J rough
o c cBODY
e4 ft Seattle April IS 1JTlle The unidentified body bodyr bod
I r 01 > t it well dressed young YOtII < < man was found foundfloating foundtl
floating tl 11 ling in the th bay sixteen mile mll north northor
or Seattle near Richmond Bench at noon noontoday D noontoday on ontoday
today Trainmen on the Great North Northern Northrn ¬
ern em rn pulled the body on the beach and andtren andt1tn andtIcn
tren notified the coroner roner In Seattle SeattleThere SeattleTh SeattleThere
There Th rt were no papers in the pockets to toIdentify toIdntllY to1dentif
Identify the dead map mapWEBER mare marWEBER
+ Sacramento Cal April 13 13A A ape apecial t tf
4 f cial to the Bee from Auburn says 8JsJud 4 +
4 4 + Judge Jud e Prawltt late this afternoon aCternoonntenced afternoonsentenced + f fsentenced
+ sentenced Adolph Weber to b be behanged 4 +
4 4 hanged Friday June M far tne mur murder 4 t
4 4 der of his hi mother mothert 1 1tttt
t + >
4t t + + + tttt 4 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 + +
Official Correspondence Made Public Publicat I I
at Washington WashingtonMR I
i 1 A5Hl Af1IINGTON GrO April 13 130fficial 130fficialI Official Officialcorrespondence
WASHINGTON Viii V I V correspondence made public at atthe atthe atthe
the state department epar ncnt today art artcloses m mtl08C1t dIIicloses
closes the fact that the Japanese gov government gO gOernment government ¬
ernment in announcing to the Ameri American American Amencan ¬
can minister at Tokio on Feb 6 of last lastyear hu lastyear t tear
year ear the breaking breakln of diplomatic dill maUe rela relations relations reintions ¬
tions with ti1 Russia assured him him that thathostilities thathostilities thathostilitIes
hostilities would not begin until after aftera aCtera
a declaration had been made The cor correspondence correspondence correspondence ¬
respondence comprises so much of the thediplomatic thediplomatic thedIplomatic
diplomatic exchanges between Wash Washington Washington VashIngton ¬
ington and anI Toklo as the department departmentthinks departmentthJnks departmentthinks
thinks it expedient to publish and andamong andalnong andamong
among the first is the following official officialparaphrase officialparalhra officialparaphrase
paraphrase of a cablegram from Min Minister Mm Mm1st 1in 1inIstet ¬
ister 1st en Oriscotn 1 dated dat ted American A Lega Legation Le Letion Legtttion ¬
tion Tokio Feb G 1904 1904Griscom 1904Griscom U404Griscom
Griscom Was Deceived DeceivedAir Deceivedoo1h
oo1h Air Griscom GriS < om reports that the minis minister ministpr minister ¬
ter of if foreign affairs stated that a dec declaration deelaratlon leclaratlol1 ¬
laration of war will not be made until untilafter untilafter untilafter
after the withdrawal withdla woal of their legation legationwhich legationwhich legatlonwhIch
which will probably take two or three threedays threeda threedays
days da s and hostilities will not begin un until until untIl ¬
til after the declaration of war In an aninterview anIntllview aninterview
interview the minister for foreign af affairs affairs affairs ¬
fairs went over the whole course of the thenegotiations thengoliatlons thenegotiations
negotiations directed irecte special attention attentionto
to the extreme patience and moderation moderationof Jno eratlon eratlonof
of the attitude attitu e of Japan and stated that thatafter thatafter thatafter
after having asked the Russian gov government government soyernment ¬
ernment five times to expedite a reply replyand repband replyand
and having waited three weeks without withoutresult withoutresult withoutresult
result no alternative remained but to toact toact toact
Attack Came First FirstOn FirstOn FirstOn
On the following day the correspon correspondence correspondenc correspondeuce ¬
deuce showed that Minister Griscom Griscomreported GrIscomreportoo Gniscomreported
reported that the departure of the Rus Russian Russtan Russtan ¬
stan minister would take place on Feb
12 On Feb 11 subsequent to the re receipt receil receipt ¬
ceipt ceil > t of the tl1 news of the torpedo attack attackupon attackupon
upon the Russian fleet at Port Arthur Arthurof Arthurof I
of Feb 9 Minister Griscom sent a brief brieftelegram brieftt brieftelegram
telegram tt > to the department of which whichthis whichthis whichthis
this is the official paraphrase paraphraseMr
Mr r Griscom reports that the dec declaration declaraton dcclaration ¬
laration laraton of war was issued on the 10th 10thinst 10thInst 10thInst
No o other oher correspondence correspndence shedding
light lght on this incident is contained containe in inthe jnthe inthe
the notes published publishedShut publshed publshedShut publishedShut
Shut Off by Hay HayOf Hayof I
Of interest is a note of Secretary Hay Haydated Haydated Haydated
dated May Iay 5 5 last last to the Japanese min minister mlnistet mm mmlater ¬
later at Washington calling calng his atten attention at attentlon ¬
tion ton to to the circulation circulaton in the Ameri Amerbtn Amerbtnnavy < < an annavy annay
navy of a note from the consulate gen general general general ¬
eral of Japan at New ew York Yorlcad addressed addressedto
to The Japanese J e serving in the United UnitedStates Cnte LnitedStates
States navy n vy soliciting solcltaUng subscrip subscriptions subscriptons subscriptiolis ¬
tions tons to Japanese bonds contributions contributionsto contributons contributonsto
I to the relief reler fund for Japanese sdldiers sdldiersand sldiers sldiersand adidiersand
and sailors saiors and In aid of the Red Cross Crosssociety Cros CrosssocIety
society soletr of Japan While hle admitting admittng the theright theright
right of Japanese in this country to tosubscribe tosubcribe tosubscribe
I subscribe subcribe or contribute to the objects objectsmentioned ObJ objectsmentioned ects ectsmentined
mentioned mentined the secretary scretr says s S in his hisnote hi hinote hisnote
note to Mr Ir Takahira TakahiraYet TakahiraYet TakahiraYet
Yet Yet it I is undesirable that such con contributions contributons contributions ¬
tributions tributons should be b sought through the thenaval thenaval thenaval
naval official channels of this
ofcial govern government government government ¬
ment and he therefore brings the thematter themater thematter
matter mater to your our attention atenton with the re request reIUest yequest ¬
quest that you will wi inform infor the consular consularofficers consularofficers consularofficers
officers of Japan in the United States Statesof
of the attitude atiude of this government in inthe inthe inthe
the matter matterThe matterThe
ntater ntaterThe
The Japanese amnes minister gave taye the nec necessary ne iieeessary ¬
essary e Sry instructions instru < lons to the Japanese Japaneseconsul Japnee Japneeconsul Japaneseconsul
consul general generl in New York YorkThe YOIkCase YorkCase
Case of the LeIa LeIaThe Lefla LeflaThe
The correspondence orrtspondence includes incudes a copy copyof eop eopof copyof
of a note from the Japanese minister ministerat
at Washington calling caling the he attention atention of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this government to the presence of the theRussian theRussian theRussian
Russian ship Lena Lna at San Francisco Franciscoand Franciscoand Franciscoand
and saying Imperial government ex expects expts cxpects ¬
pects pts that appropriate measures re regarding regarding regarding ¬
garding the matter will wi be taken by bythe bythe bythe
the United States government without withoutdelay withoutdela withoutdelay
delay delaySeveral dela delaSpveral delaySeveral
Several days dys later another note notereached notereached notereacheel
reached the state department from the theJapanese theJapanee theJapanese
Japanese Japanee minister mlnstlr expressing expresing the desire desireof
of his government that the officers ofcers and andcrew andcrew andcrew
crew of the Lena be detained in the ter territory territol ternitory ¬
ritory ritol of the United Pule States StutC until untl the end endof endof endof
of hostilities hostilitiesThe hotite hotiteThe hostilitiesThe
The acting Ktnb secretary of state Mr MrAdee MrAdee 11
Adee Alee promptly prompt replied replpd acknowledging acknowledgingthe
the note and adding addingIn
In reply repl I have ha v the t h honor tonor to state statethat 8ta statethat te tethat
that the president presidfnt exercising his pre prerogative prerogUive prorogirtive ¬
rogative rogUive in carrying out the neutrality neutralityproclaimed neutralt neutraltprocaimed neutralityproclalnied
proclaimed procaimed by him had already alrctd before beforethe beforeth beforethe
the th receipt of your communication communicationtaken communicaton communicationtaken i
taken taken the appropriate steps to detain detainthe detainthe i
the officers ofcer and an crew of the Lena Lenn in inthfe Inthi InthIs
thIs thi country until unti peace pace shall ShKl have been beenconcluded ben benconcludpd beenconcluded
concluded unless unles In the meantime menntmp th thbelllRerents thE thEhenl thebelligerents
belllRerents henl rents shall have concurred In Inproposing Inproposing inproposing
proposing to hint other arrangements in inthis inUti inthis
this Uti regard regardGOODWORD regardGOODWORD regardGOODWORDFOR
Colonel Bryan ran Praises Chicagos Chcagos New NewMayor NcwMayor NewMayor
Mayor as the Greatest GreatestEver GreatestEver GreatestEver
Ever EverChicago EverChlclo EverChicago
Chicago Chlclo April pri 13 13Vlh 13WIth With hands han s out outstretched outstretche outstretched ¬
stretched stretche in greeting greetng William Vliam Jennings JenningsBryan Jennin JenningsBryan B BBran
Bryan Bran and Mayor Tom L Johnson Johnsn of ofCleveland ofCleveland ofCleveland
Cleveland 0 called caled together today todayupon todayupon todayupon
upon the newlyelected newlelecte mayor of Chi Chicago Chicago Chicago ¬
cago Edward F Dunne DunneWe DunneYe DunneWe
We want to shake hands han s with ith the thewestern thewetern thewestern
western wetern conqueror said sid Colonel Bry Bryan Br Bryan ¬
And I want to return the greeting greetingto greetn greetnto
to the th Idol of his party responded respondedMayor respondedMayor d dIa
Mayor Ia > or Dunne who ho then stretched his hishand hishand lilahand
hand to grasp grp that of the municipal municipalownership municipalownership municipalownership
ownership mayor of Cleveland ClevelandThen Cleeland CleelandThen ClevelandThen
Then followed foUowe a couple ouplE of hours dis disciisaion discusion diecession
cession cusion of Chicagos problem problemThe problemooThe problemThe
The municipal municipl ownership election electon in inChicago InChicgo inChicago
Chicago Chicgo means mens more than any an man can cantell canten cantell
tell declared delared Colonel Bryan Br an smiling smilingbroadly smlnK smlnKbrOdly smilingbroadly
broadly brOdly 01 I am here like lke my friend friendTom friendrom friendTom
Tom Johnson to participate in tonight tonighfaJefferson tonightJefersn tonightsJefferson
Jefferson Jefersn banquet bnquet but I am here for formore formorp formore
more than that thatto to greet geet the greatest greatestmayor greatet greatetma greatestmayor
mayor ma or in the west wet Mayor llayor Dunne has hastaken hastaken
taken the lead over other mayors all allthe al allthe
the lord mayors ma or in the world He has hasseized haspeized hasseized
seized a golden opportunity opprtunity to become becomethe becomethe becomethe
the foremost f remost man In the nation and the thepeople thepeople tinepeople
people will wi rejoice rejoie in every Inch Inc of suc success succe suecess ¬
cess ce he wins for his victory Ictor i In this thigstruggle thisstruggle thisstruggle
struggle Is a victory ictor for the people peopleWYOMING peopleWYOMING
Cheyenne April IS 13The ILThe The first firt conven convention conventon convenUon ¬
tion ton of the Wyoming V omlng Wool Wol Growers Grower as association usoclaton association ¬
sociation soclaton concluded cnclude this afternoon afernoon the thereport thereport thereport
report of the committee cmmitee on permanent permanentorganization permanentorganizaton permanentorganization
organization organizaton wad wa adopted and tho now nowassociation newassociation
association aSSclatlon will Wi be patterned paterned after afer that thatof thatof thatof
of Idaho IdahoThe IdahoThe IdahoThe I
The following followi4gOffICOrS oUowlQoficers officers were elected etocte Dr DrJ DrJ
J 1 M l Wilson fon of Douglas president Wil William wimllnin YI ¬
liam Daley Dalc Rawlins Ra wUns vice vlrp president presidentGeorge preilnt preilntGeor presidentGeorge
George Geor e S Walker alk r Cheyenne secretary secretarytreasurer J1 J1I
I treasurer treouer treiturerr
Jollification Joliication at Chicago Chcago Over Election Electionof Elcoton
of Mayor Dunne DunneNOTED Dunc DuncNOTED DunneNOTED
CHICAGO IIJCAGO April Apri 13 13SubJt 13Subjects Subject of J ma mational a
1 CHJC4GO C tional tomd sgnlfciaee significance to the Democratic Democraticparty DmoUc DmoUcrty DniOCtaitICparty
party rty were discussed diseuSed by foremost foremostorators foremot foremotorto foremoStorators
orators orto of the party at the Jeffersonian Jeffensonianbanauct Jeffersonianbanquet TefCeonaanbnQuet
banquet bnQuet held at the Sherman House HOU e to tonight toni tonight ¬
night ni ht in commemoration cmmemoraton of the birth birthday birthday birthday ¬
day of Thomas Jefferson Jeferon The he din dinner dinner dinncr ¬
ner however in a measure mesure re resolved reslved resolved ¬
solved slved itself Iself into a jollification jo1tlcton over the theelection tte tteeleton timeelection
election eleton of Mayor Edward Elwar 1 Dunne who whois whOIs whois
is a director of the club cub and was among amongthe among4hie
the he speakers who responded respnded to toasts All Allof Allof
of the speakers s aker8 in their discourses dlscoures re referred r referred ¬
ferred to municipal municipl ownership and to toMayor toIayor toMayor
Mayor Dunnes recent recnt election eleton on that thatplatform thatpIa thatplatform
platform platformWilliam pIa platformWilliam torm tormVllam
William Vllam J Bryan Brya and George Williams Williamsof ihtms ihtmsof
of Massachusetts Masschu ett were w re the Lte principal principalspeakers vrlnclpalHpaker principalspeakers
speakers Hpaker Mr fr Bryan chose clHhl for his sub subject subject sUbject ¬
ject ject Thomas Jefferson Jeffenn and KI1 his remarks remarkswere renmrkswere renuirkswere
were greeted gr ted with unstinted applause applauseMr alJllaul
Mr fr Bryan took tok advantage advntato of the occasion occasionto o u4on u4ontJ
to congratulate congratulate Mr 111 Dunne on liLa hi recent recentelection r recemitelection ent entllecton
election llecton as a chief executive exeuthe of the city of ofChicago ofChlcgu ofQltlcagu
Chicago ChicagoMr Chlcgu
Mr 1 Williams lhunl took tok for his hit theme Equal EqualI Iiqual IiqualHihtf Equalitights
Hihtf itights I None Us lit to All Al and Special Privileges lrlviegC to toNone toNone toNone
Mayor Dunnes Dunles Speech SpeechMayor SpeechKOr SpeechMayor
Mayor KOr Dunne spoke spke on Municipal MunicipalOwnership MuiiicIpalOwnership
Ownership OWJHMhiIJ After Afer a lengthy discussion discussionof dsusslun dsusslunor
of this subject ubjlt Mayor laor Dunne ended enled his hisremarks hisrcmrk lilaremarks
remarks rcmrk by appealing aPIealng to the Democratic Democraticparty Demoratc Demoratcprty Democraticparty
party prty to incorporate htcorprate a municipal municipl owner ownership ownership ¬
ship 8111 plank in the platform platorm to be adopted adoptedat
at rt the next national natonal convention cononton of the theparty ttc ttcpart tinemarty
fol follows follows follows ¬
party His speech sleecl In part prt was as
lowsThe lowsIhe The Ihe Democratic Demooratc party prty won in in the tnespring thespring timesprIng
spring election eleton because beau c Its platform platonn plain plainly ¬
ly clearly 11tlrl and truthfully truthCul declared for forprinciples forlrinciIt Ioririnciiles
principles which were for the best t in interests Interets interests ¬
terests terets lrinciIt of the people peple It J t lost last fall fallbecause fai fallbecause
because becaus Its It platform plKtorm was a compromis compromisand cmromisu cmromisuand comlrOmiSUand
and because the people believed beleved that It Itdealt Itdeal itdealt
dealt deal in platitudes IJlattude pop1e rather than princi principles princlpl prmncipIes ¬
pIes pl
plesThe The results resuls of these two elections electionsshould e1 electionsshould tons tonsshould
should teach tech the lesson leson to the men who whostand whostand whostand
stand high in the councils councis of Democracy Democracythat Democracythat Democracythat
that evasion Insincerity Inshtcrl and retrogression retrogressionsboukl retrogrfslon retrogrfslonshould retrogressionshould
should have no place in the platform of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Democratic party The i party rty must musttake musttake
take Democratc and hold to prty advanced positions 1081t0Is It Itmust Itmust itmust
must keep pace with the march of events eventsIt event
It must declare oEcl re against monopoly monOIJly in any anyand anyand aiiyand
and all al forms forml against special privileges privieges m mevery ineer litevery
every eer guise guisePeople suisePeople guisePeople
People Are Despoiled DespoiledPrivate Despoied DespoiedOPrhate DespoiledPrivate
Private corporations corDoratons have seized > d amid ainltaken an antaken amidtaken
taken possession 108e88101 of ot the means of trans transportation tlns tlnsortaUon tansportation ¬
portation ortaUon and the conveyance cOlveanc of informa information Informaton informstion ¬
tion ton light lght and power all al of them monop monopHes monoplie monoplIes
lIes lie requiring reuiring the use of public publc property propertyBy lroprtj
By possession IOSe5ion of ot these monopolies monOIle they theyhave theyhave theyImave
have been ben despoiling deping and plundering the thepeople thelple thePeople
people of this country countryThe country1h countryTine
The 1h people have at last awakened to tothe tothe tothe
the fact that such monopolies monopoles are unfair unfairiniquitous unfairiniquious unfairiniquitous
iniquitous iniquious and dangerous to the republic republicThe republc republcThe republicThe
The blow struck in Chicago will wi be b fol followed followe followed ¬
lowed by blows of like lke character charcter through throughout ¬
lowe out the cities lte8 of the United rnted States States It Itwill Itwi itwill
will wi also als be b followed folpwed in my humble judg judgment JUd judgmeat ¬
meat if the Democratic Democratc party prty is wise wisand whleand wiseand
and m8nt prudent prudent i and incorporates 11 Its It next nextplatform nextIlatforl nextplatform
platform a ringing declaration lon in favor of ofgovernment orgernlnent ofgovernment
government Ilatforl rlntul ownership Ieclm of ot Interstate rail railroads ranroads raflroads ¬
roads gernlnent telegraphs and express expres transports transportation transprta transprtaton ¬
tion ton by a decisive deisive victory In favor f vor of the thecommon thecammon thecommon
common people of this country countryIf countrI
If I the pple protective protetve tariff tarif be b abolished abolishedand abohlsiidand
and the government takes possession pfsesslon or orthe orthe ofthe
the means of transportation tranprtaton of convey conveyance conveyance conveyance ¬
ance of freight express expres packages and In Information Informaton Information ¬
formation every pvery dangerous trust in inAmerica Inmerica inAmerica
America will wi die a natural ntural death eth in five fiveyears rivey fiveyears
years yearsTom y yearsTom
Tom L 1 L Johnson ohnfn of Cleveland was the thenext th thnxt thenext
next sj spker speaker eiker He also alo spoke of municipal municipalownershin munichmtownerhip mUnicipalownership
ownership ownershinAmong ownerhip ownerhipAmong ownershipAmong
Among others otb rs who spoke spke during the theevening thcevening theevening
evening were J Hamilton Hamiton Lewis and amiClarence andClarene andClarence
Clarence S Darrow Darr w Mr 1 Lewis spoke spke on onA onooA oilA
ooA A Constitution ConUtuton to Kit the institutions institutionsIN Instituton InstitutonIN institutionsIN
Judge Parker Was the Orator of the theOccasion theOccasion theOccasion
Occasion OccasionNew OccasionXew OccasionNew
New York April Ari 13 13Sevcn Seven hundred hundredDemocrats hundredDemorat hundredDemocrats
Democrats Demorat attended atended the Jefferson effern day daybanauet da dabnQut daybantiuet
banauet bnQut of the Democratic Demoratc club of New NewYork Nt NewYork
York at the WaldorfAstoria tonight tonightMany tonightMany
Many 1 an were there of national natonal reputation reputationand reputton reputtonand
and chief among Jmong these thes was former Judge JudgeAlton Jd JudgeAlton e eAlon
Alton Alon B Park Plrknr Parker r Democratic Democratc nominee for forpresident forlresldent forpresident
president last November NovemberIn
In the banquet IUet room rom portraits prtrais of Jeffer Jefferson Jtrer Jtrerson Jeffer50mm ¬
son were conspicuous In addition additon to Mr MrParker MrParker MrParker
Parker the sneakers lleakers were United Culte States StatesSenator StatesSenalor StatesSenator
Senator Mewlands NlwlKuds of Nevada Mayor Mc McClellan McCleilan Ic Ici
Clellan of New York r City lt Congressman CongressmanRainey CongressmanRainey
Rainey i II of Illinois il ol and n J J Jon Wlllet m of ofAlabama ofAlabama
Alabama AIRbma Senator Snatr Carmaek of Tennessee Tennesseewas Ten 6 6was
was the th only one of those thos expected elete to tospeak to1JEak toaieak
speak who could not attend attendMr attendr attendMr
1JEak Mr r Parker was th the first rrst speaker and he hewas hewas hewas
was enthusiastically pnthuslaftcal y received Frequently Frequentlyhe Frequent
he was WRI interrupted by b applause applauseThe HIlauseThe applauserho
The speech was W31 on the future of the theDemocratic theDtmorRUc timeDemocratic
Democratic DtmorRUc party Dart ami n1 was replete with withsuggestions withsuggestons withsuggestions
suggestions suggestons for harmony and urgent ap appeals appeals apimals ¬
peals against sectionalism sectionalismNEW sctonalsm sctonalsmNEW sectlonahisnmNEW
First Fist Issue of the News a Weekly to toCome toCome toCome
Come From Fom the Press PressMay PressMay PressMay
May 6 6James 6Jam1 6James
James Jam1 J 1 Moller Iolr of Chicago Chicto who is a aguest RgUlt aguest
guest gUlt at the th Wilson In announced last lastevening lastcnlns lastevening
evening cnlns that tht he he ha has arranged arranJel to begin beginthe lgin lginthe begintIme
the publication publcato of a weekly wekl paper pper at atBineham atlnJham atBiugham
Bineham lnJham to b b be known as ai the BliiKham BliiKhamNews Bingham BinghamXe Biughamews
News Xe ews 8 Ha has ha contracted contrct with Elmer ElmerHill ElmerHUt ElmerHill
Hill or f Blngham BIIJham to prepare the plans plansand llansand plamisand
and sDeciflcatlons sDelfkat10ns for a twostory frame framebuilding frKmebundln framebuilding
building 32x84 3xM feet within wihin a short dis distance distance dietance ¬
tance of the depot dept It I will wi be steam steamheated stem stemheated steamheated
heated and lighted lghted by b1 electricity el trly and andwork andwork andwork
work wi will b be rushed rushe on o it i so that the thefirst thefirt thefIrst
first firt issue of the paper will wil be printed printedMay lrlntedIa printedMay
May Ia C Cair 6Mr
air 11 Moller Ioler says that the presses Ilres8e paper papertype papertype
pper ppertype
and the rat
type general gene paraphernalia praphernala of a aprinting aprintng aprinting
printng printing office was wa ordered by him in inFebruary Inl inFebruary
February l and will wl be b installed Instaled by b the thelast thelast timelast
last of the month Ho Intends to make makethe makethe makethe
the News ews an uptodate weekly paper paperindependent paperindependent
independent of politics poJUc and willcater wi ater pper pperIndependent in inno Inno Ii Iino
no small smal degree to the mining industries industriesof
of the state In 11 addition additon to the news newspaper Ue8PIr miewspeir ¬
paper PIr feature of the enterprise entrprls he rlll rlllconduct ill illconduct
conduct a I fully ful equipped culpDOd Job printing printingplant Irlntng Irlntngplant printingpant
plant He says he will invent
plant wi Invelt 25000 SO in inthe Inthe Intime
the enterprise enttrprlse and an believes beleve that it will
be successful succeful In view of the fact that thatmining thRtmining thatmining wi
mining communities throughout the state stateare stateAre stateare
are showing howlnJ steady steadygrowth crowth and the popu population populaton populatlon ¬
lation laton of all Is on the time increase Increast He will willbe willbe
be Il the sole ownerpf owner pf the plant Mr fr Mol Moller 101 101ler Moiher wi
ler expects eXDel to take up his hil hl permanent permanentresidence permanentre permanentresidence
residence re ldence In Blnsham within wihin a week or orten orten orten
ten days daysNO daysNO a s sNO
o i >
Beilingham Belngb m Wash April Apri 1ST 1311 13Lp Up to this thisafternoon thisafernon thisafternoon
afternoon afernon the officers office have been be n unable unableto
to find m any an definite defnie clew to the mur murderer murderer murderer ¬
derer of Frederick lird rlck L Dames Damo whose dead deadbody deadbdy deadbody
body bdy was wa found mutilated with a hatch hatchet hatchCt ¬
et and a screwdriver serewdrver yesterday yester u morning morningTwo moring moringTwo morningTwo
Two newspapers covered with blood blooddiscovered bloddiscovered blooddiscovered
discovered newsppers hidden In the fuel yard some somedistance somedlBton somedistance
distance dlBton e from froO the scene of the crime crimeare crimeare crimeare
are supposed sup to indicate the direction directiontaken dirEtlou dirEtloutaken directiontaken
taken by the th murderer in his hi flight flightDames flght flghtDame flightDames
Dames Dame vas wa worth about 1000 1000AGED 10 I00OAGED
Seattle Sentte April Apri 13 13John John C Runkle a aGrand aGrand aGrand
Grand Army veteran aged 70 jOt has dis disappeared dlsappeared ¬
appeared appered while whie enroute from this city cityto elt eltto cityto
to Butte Bute Mont Railroad Riroad officials 0tfolIs have havetraced havetrced havetraced
traced trced him as far as Eltenabun where whereall whoreall
all al trace Is lost Railroad Rairoa Elensbun and county countyofficials countsofficials
officials there cannot find any an aq trace tace of ofthe Ofthe
the missing ml slng man though it t Is believed believedhe bolevd bolevdhr
he stopped st < 1pf1 from the th < train at 4 a m mand maand
and wandered adered away In the darkness darknessi dakness daknesst
Uncle Sams Juvenile Juvenle Court Cou i iI
I Four Indictments Returned by the Federal Grand Jury Now NowInvestigating NowInvestgating NowInvestigating
Investigating Investgating Business Methods of the Beef Trust TrustMen TrustMEm TrustMen
Men Arrested Arrestedirrrn ArrestedCHICAGO ArrestedC
HICAGO irrrn April Apri n 13 13Four your men Jn three i Inn na was issued issue for Fish on ont1lcb March 3 3e 3of 3of
CHICAGO C of whom are e employes of the te that it i was given gven to Bach for fO service serviceSchwarzschild snlce snlceSchwarzschil serviceSchwarzschiid
Schwarzschild Schwarzschil Sulzberger com1 corn that th the four men had arranged arrngd for forj
j pany and the other an attorney atorney for 1or or that j I the departure of Fish from this thl coun councorporation counI
m corporation were named in an Indict In try tr to Canada Cana a and assisted him in 1 leav leavj len lenI
j I I I meat corpraton mEnt returned this afternoon afernon bythe b by p ilt1 the Iw li the t e Jurisdiction jurisdicton of the court At Atgrnnd Atgran Atgrand
grand gran jury jur which is investigating inYest gtng the torney tOney Weissenbach who was for sev sevbeef sc scbeef sevbeef
beef trust trust er1 eiaI ral years an assistant to Governor GovernorI
1 It I is charged chared that the four men ob I Deneen when the latter later was states sttes at ati atstructed
i structed and and impeded impede Deputy Marshal larhal torney orne in Chicago Chiago declares delres that it i was wasI wasA
I A A Bach in his effort efort to serve u sub ub at his instance instnn ce that Fish returned from frompoena fromI frompoelUL frompoena
I poena upon Edwin B Fish a clerk em Canada Canada and anI agreed to go o before bf re the thei thejploye theployed
jploye ployed bv the company who reeet p d Jury > This js s not denle denle4 b3 byI
conPn reel
i t I returned Ietur returnedfroni etom vfrom Chnada government officials ofcals Weissenbach also alsodeclares alsoI
I The men indicted are Joseph ToseJ > h Veis Veisj eis declares declare that he has never seen or orspoken orsenbnch orsenbach
j senbach attorney attorey for the Schwarzschild SchwarzschildI Schwanschid I spoken to Hopkins never spoke to toCusey toi toSulzberger
I i Sulzberger S company B S Cusey CuseyI Cusey concerning concernin Fish and ad asserts assertsthat assertsI assertstraffic
I traffic trate manager for the company companyGeorge e mpnnj that Joseph Joeph was never in any manner mannerInterested mannerGeorge
George D Hopkins auditor audior for the Interested in the matter matterThe mater matercom mattercompany
i company com pan Leo S Joseph employed emploe in The men were taken Into custody custodyshortly custod custodthe Custodytime
i the provision department of the con concern I shortly short after arer the return of the indict indictments indit inditcern indictcern ¬
cern cernI I ments and were released on bonds bnds of ofThe
I I The indictment alleges aleses that a a subpoe I 1000 10 in each case caseWAJCH cas caset
II I t t
I EVERY EVERY VERY CITIZEN of Salt Lake who is opposed to the donation of ofgreat ofgreat ofL
L great privileges privieges by the city council counci to the Utah Light Lght Railway Railwaycompany Railwaycompany Railwaycompany
company should watch the councilman counciman from his precinct and advise advisethat advisethat advisethat
that councilman personally personaly to take his directions from the taxpayers taxpayersnot
I not from the Light Lght Power company companyThe companyThe companyThe
The committee commitee appointed by the recent mass meeting meetng to protect protectthe protectthe
I the interests of the people has not concluded its work but it will wi fight fightfor fightI fightfor
I for these five fve cardinal cardinl points pointsFirst pointsI pointsFirstit
I First FirstIt It will wi be insisted that the city affirmatively retain the theright theright theright
right to regulate the rates It is held that no council can dispose of ofthis ofthis
I this right that to do so would be ultra vires that no council counci has hasthe hasi hasthe
i the legal right to dispose of this power powera a power that must remain remainwith remainI remainwith
with the people peopleSecond peopleSecondIt peopleSecondit
Second SecondIt It is maintained that the city must retain the right rightand rightand rightand
and that the ordinance must affirmatively afirmatively proclaim it that the fran franchise franchise franchise ¬
chise may be forfeited if its provisions are not carried out It will willqot wil wilf0t willriot
riot f0t satisfy the members of this committee if the franchise makes it itnecessary itnecessary itnecessary
necessary to go into the criminal courts and prove guilt guit in order that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the corporation may be fined S1O 10 for a failure to live up to its part partof partof partof
of the contract Forfeiture for noncompliance with the provisions provisionsof
of the franchise will wi be insisted upon to the last ditch ditchThird ditchThirdIt ditchThirdIt
Third ThirdIt It will wi be urged that the city has no right to enter into intoany intoany intoany
any such contract as is here proposed by the Utah Light Railway Railwaycompany Raiway Raiwaycompany Railwaycompany
company that the council counci cannot legally legaly give away the right to legis legislate legislate legislate ¬
late in favor of the people of the city The city it is held must un under under under ¬
der all al circumstances retain the right to fix the standard of light lght to be befurnished befurnished befurnIshed
furnished the quality qualty of gas and the charcter of the he street car carservice carservice carservice
service to be furnished furnishedFourth furnishedFourthIt furnishedFourthIt
Fourth FourthIt It will wi be insisted that the city must not bind itself itselfnot itselfnot itselfnot
not to generate power or use power in opposition to the Utah Light LightRailway Lght LghtRaiway LightRailway
Railway Raiway company No council counci has the right to grant such a mo monopoly
I nopoly as this and chain the entire city to the wheels of a corpora corporation corporation
tion for fifty years to come The councilman counciman who would vote for such sucha
a proposition is not fit to represent anybody anybodyFifth anybodyFifthThe anybodyFifthThe
Fifth FifthThe The committee will wi insist that all al franchises now in exist existence existence existence ¬
ence must be consolidated and that no new franchise must be grant granted gran graned granted ¬
ed beyond the term of the he longest franchise now in existence This Thisexpires Thisexpires Thisexpires
expires in May 1947 when the Utah pioneers will wil be celebrating celebratingthe celebratng celebratngthe
the centennial anniversary of their arrival in Salt Lake valley valleyAbove valey valeyAbov valleyAbove
Above all al things this committee will wi insist that the present city coun council counci councii ¬
cil ci has no right to reach forward forwardforty forty years into the future and leg legislate legislate legislate ¬
islate for the people of that distant time timeThis timeThis timeThis
This committee of lawyers attaches ataches little ltle importance to the land landheld landheld landheld
held by the Utah Light Lght Railway company in Big Cottonwood Cotonwood can canyon canyon canyon ¬
yon This land is eternally eternaly held up as a tempting bait before the eyes of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the citizens and used as a club to beat the city council counci into the proper properframe properframe properframe
frame of mind to concede the company everything it may demand demandIt
It is held by these lawyers that the city is greater than any corpo corporation corporation corporation ¬
ration created by statute and that if it finds it necessary to the wel welfare welfare welfare ¬
fare of the people it can step in and condemn this land and let the thecorporation thecorporatop thecorporatioti
corporation corporatop whistle for consolation consolationA consolaton consolatonA
A meeting meetng of the full ful committee of 160 known as the Peoples PeoplesProtective PeoplesProtecive PeoplesProtectjve
Protective Protecive committee commitee has been called caled to take place place at 8 oclock Sat Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
urday evening at the Commercial club in order to discuss the fran franchise franchise franchisematter ¬
chise chisematter matter and arrive at some definite conclusion as to the course courseto courseto courseto
to be pursued at the meeting meetingof of the city council Monday evening eveningVERY eveningI
I 4 4ii
= ii j I
Effort to Settle Chicago Chcago Strike Will WillContinue Wil WillContinue
Continue Today TodayFAILURE TodayOF TodayFAILURE
HICAGO lGO April M 12Mayor Mayor > yor Edwaxd Ew F Fr J
CHtCAGO r JDuuM Jhtl liteeieday ay a again apiu endeayoqpd enevQ to ef effect eCI offeet ¬
I feet fet ueace pace between btwel the contending contendingsides contendIngsides ntenlng ntenlngI
I sides sdes in the th present prent labor JOr trouole t1uie in Chi Chicago CI CIcago Chicago ¬
cago but at the end of the day da after afer sev several sv sveral severai ¬
eral conferences with labor labr leaders lder and andrepresentatives andrepresntathe amidrepresentatives
representatives represntathe of the employers employer the th situ situation stu stuaton situation ¬
ation aton was unchanged unchange Mayor ayor Dunne Inne to tonight tonIght I Inight
night however was more hopeful hoptul of ofpeace ofpace ofpeace
peace as the result reult of his efforts effot and andthe ant andthe
pace the peace negotiations nerotatons will be b continued continuedtomorrow contnued contnuedtomorow continuedtomorrow
tomorrow tomorow with the hope hpe that the bar barrier br brI barrier ¬
rier now preventing preventng a settlement sttement will wl be beremoved b beremoved
I removed rEmovfd and that the th two sides sies to the thecontroversy thecntrovery thecontroversy
controversy cntrovery will wn agree to confer cnfer together togetherand tofetbr tofetbrand
and acce accemaior Hlcel secept the Intervento intervention 0 01 the theI themaror
I maior maiorThe marorTime a or orI
I The TIl labor labr leaders declared decared today toay that thati thatthe thatthey
i they the were re willing to meet met the employers employersbut emoers emoersbut
but th the latter laUeI declined declned the proposed lrOp0td con conference coni conference
i ference and Mayor 801 Dunne was forced forcedi
i to meet the opposing oPJ lng elements sej ear selarI earnte ar ara
I a nte mtt teir teirj
j While hUe the peace peacE negotiations negotalons were In Inprogress Infr inI
progress today n Montgomery Ward Co Cocontinued 0 0continued
1 th
continued fr dto to make ko deliveries with non nonunion n nunlun nonminion
union teamsters teaIters The seVvice strlep r was in interrupted Interrupted interrupted ¬
terrupted terrupted however hwcer by b the strikers and andtheir ant andtheir
their sympathizers smpathizer who h blocked bloked the thestreets theI thestreets
streets streel making it almost imix impossible > sslble for forj forthe I Ithe
j the caravans caraVdns under the protection rotttlon of ot pla platoons piatoons ¬
toons tons of police polce to pass through the thestreets thestreets th thstreets
streets In several s < yeral instances Instance the crowds crowdsbecame crowdsb crowdsbecame
became b ame so demonstrative demonstratve that it was wasnecessary Wasnecessary
necessary necessar for the police plce to use their clubs clubsand cub clubsand I
and several scverJt of the disturbers dlsubr were hurt hurtin hurtt
in the clashes with l the bluecoats During Duringone I Ithre
one of the attacks t of et the strikebreakers strikebreakersthree b
three thre of the tle nonunion men were wer seri seriously seriousl sariouSly ¬
ously ousl hurt and It was necessary nessary for the thepolice thepolice
police polce to make several 5eent arrests before bfore the tftecrowd thecrOd thecrowd
crowd crOd could be b dispersed dispersedPlan disred disredPlan disersedPlan
1 Plan of Employers EmployersShould EmployersShould
Should the efforts efort of Mayor aor Dunne to tobring tobring tobring
bring about abut an amicable amllnble settlement of ofthe ofthe oftime
the difficulty diffcult fail fai it is said ald tonight that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the employers employtr will wil form a comprehen comprehensive eomprehe ¬
sive teaming teRming company comPny of their thl1 own in inorder 1norder illorder
order to carry lnrry on their business should shouUtthe shuld shuldthe shouldtime
the strike spread sprlsd The new concern it itIs itIs itis
Is asserted will wi include indue most of the thebusiness thehuslness thelusinOsS
business of the firms who are art threat threatened thr threatened < t tfned ¬
ened fned by a spread spr d of the strike and will willbe wil willbe
be b for the purpose putse of presenting preentnl a soli soid soidalI solid solidand t tand
and alI compact opposition oPPOiUon to the union unionteamstors uniontamstors unionteamsters
teamsters should they thfY decide deide to extend extendthe extel extendthe I Ithe
the sympathetic Smlathete strike It I WaS said i to tonight tonight toniglmt ¬
night that this new ntw company < Om J n would ould be bein beiii
in working order by tomorrow night nightJEALOUS nipht niphtJEALOUS nightJEALOUS
Mrs 1Is S W V Vidler Shot and Killed KilledMrs Kiled KiledMs KilledNrs
Mrs Ms H C Douglas at Crip Cripple Crp Crpi Cripple ¬
i ple Creek CreekColorado CreekI CreekColorado
Colorado Springs Colo Cob April Apri 13 1aA 1aAspecial 13A 13Aspecial A Aspecial
special to the Telegraph Teleaph from frm Cripple CrippleCreek CrippleCreek
I Creek Colo Cob says saysMrs sa saysMrs s slrs
Mrs lrs S V Vidler the wife of a well wellknown wel wellknown
known newspaper man shot and instant instantly Jnsan ¬
I ly l killed kied Mrs H C Dougls Douglas ofColorado ofColoradoSprings ofColordo ofColordoSprings ofColoradoSprings
Springs in the National Natonal hotel this ths morn morning mrn mrnIng mornlag ¬
ing Jealousy Jealous is supposed to be the cause causeof causeof
of the crime crimeMrs crimeMrs upp
Mrs 115 Vidler who was very much muh excit excited excite excitttl ¬
ed e ranoed on the door dol of a room rom in inwhich Jnwhich inWiliCh
which were Mr Vidler idler and MrsI Mrs lrs Douglas DouglasMr DouglasIl
Mr Il Vidler Idlcr opened the door dor His II wife wifeentered wifeentered Ue Ueentere
entered entere and immediately shot Mrs 1rs Doug Douglas Douglas Doughas ¬
las in the breast breastMr breastIr breastMr
Mr Ir and Mrs Vidler were arrested arrestedThey arrestedh arrestedThe
They The h y have three children chidren the oldest odet 11 11years 11years
years tars of age a e but have he not been ben living livingtogether Jving Jvingtogether livingtogether
together of ot late lateAfter JatpI hateAfter
I After Afer the shooting shotng Mrs 1118 Vidler Vldle became becamehysterical beame beamehystericl becamehysterical
hysterical hystericl and bewailed hew ie her act She waN wa warelese waNreleased vagreleased
released relese on a bond of 5000 o OOO No charge chargewag charKewas chargewas
was made asrainst aal1st her husband husbnd and he hewas hewas hewas
was set free this afternoon afternoonMr afernoon afernoonMr afternoonMr
Mr Vidler said this afternoon afernoon that tlat Mrs MrsDouglas MrsDouglas rs rsDouglas
Douglas had told him she was wa born br in inCalcutta InCalcutta InCalcutta
Calcutta India was wa a divorced diorce wife and andhad andhad andhad
had two children chidren in New lew York York She was wasabout wasabou wasabout
about abou 32 years yer of age She had lived lved in inDenver inDenvcr inDenver
Denver and Colorado Colordo City Ciy during the last lasteight lasteight
eight months and had been in Crlpplia CrlppliaCreek CrlppUeCreek CripplieCreek
Creek but a few days daysNEW daysNEW daysNEW
Los Angeles Angele April Apri 13 l3Apropos 13Apropos Apropos of the thequestion th thquoston thequestion
quoston question of joint statehood for New NewMexico NewMexic NewMexlc
Mexico Mexic Mexlc and Arizona ArIzona territories terrlorle Governor GovernorM
M 11 A A Otero of the former territory terior who whois whoIs whois
is in Los Angeles Angele on his way wa home from fromSan fromSan fromSan
San Francisco Frncisco stated today In an In Interview Interview interview ¬
terview that t3t the citizens of New Mex Mexico MexIco Mexico ¬
ico will wi not accept acept joint statehood 5ttohood with withArizona wih wihArizona withArizona
Arizona even if confronted with wth the al alternative alternatve alternatlve ¬
ternative ternatve of remaining remalnin a territory terrlQr He Hestates Hestate Hestates
states state that if the pronosition Dr OSltOn is 11 submit submitAJ subQ1t subQ1ttcdt snbqnitted
AJ tcdt ted to a a vote j th that j t fl5Rii i itjill I b be overwhelm orwhelmIng1Iojprted overwhelmingy l lingjy
ingjy Ing1Iojprted xejt ojetred id by tljg tboters oters of the ter territory terriory ternitory ¬
ritory riory which he represents r tSotEN sents
elps Itself Itel to Further Furher Concessions Concessionsin Conoesions Conoesionsi
in i Proposed rposed Ordinance OrdinanceOULD Or anoe
T r HE Utah Light L t Railway company companyf C9tlJD C9tlJDI
I uiade ud it p plain to to the th members mel of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th joint jint municipal ali laws 1 and a Ape special s scil Apecial ¬
cial cil water committee < fmiUee yesterday yeeray after afternoon afer afernn afternoon ¬
noon nn that if its franchises frnchi are ex extended extende cxtended ¬
tende tended as proposed pr it intends prevent preventing preventin preventilig ¬
ing in the th wee u of its it tracks tcks by any com competing co coptng coInpeting ¬
peting street railway company or com companies coinpanles ¬
ptng tret raJy eompny o cot cotIanls
panies Ianls during the entire entre fifty ftty years yearsthat yer yearsthat
that its It franchisee frnchi will wil run runIt runI mmiiIt
made that the Utah UtahLight UtahLight
It I was also als plain Uth UthLight
Light Railway Raiway company copy does do not notintend n notIntend
intend to furnish furni to Salt Sal Lake Lke City any anyfacility ay ayfaity anyfacility
facility faity for developing dEvepmg or obtaining obtaininglights obtanln obtaininglights
lights Igbts for municipal munteipl or other purposes purposesexcept t ptreSexcept rp
except such as the company cOlnpny agrees agr to tofurnish tofurnih tofurnish
furnish furnih to the th city clv free fre and to sell sellthe sel sellthe
the the city cty at its own price priceAs pr prioeAs
As the members me br of the committee committeeconcede commite commiteromede committeeconcede
concede disputed iuttd points JtintR to the th com company coaFjiany ¬
pany any its Is arrogance aront Increases Inlrt and In it i in insists Insist Inslats ¬
slats sist upon concessions con 1 that were wert sup supposed IUP IUPto supPOd ¬
posed to have ha e been bed i abandoned abndontl by it itIn ItIn itJim
In addition addiion to Jwdge LGrand Lrd Young Youngand Youngaud Youngant
and ant its it1 engineers lginer and acting actng general generalmanager genel genelanag generalmmmaiager
manager anag r the company om n is represented representedat rep nte I Iat
at the th committee cmmite meetings meetng by Council Councilman Counci Councilman ¬
man liulon S Well V VeIls en who wh ha h has at every everymeeting eeY eeYmeetng everymeeting
meeting meetng of the joint jinl committee commite that he hehas b hehas
has uttended atende appeared appare in the role of ofa ora ofa
a sj special ecial pleader for the th Utah Light LightRailway LightHai LightRailway
Railway Hai way company companyAnother compny compnyAnother colnpanyAnother
Another Meeting Today TodayAfter TodayArer TodayAfter
After Arer spending two and a half hal hours hoursyesterday hoursterda hoursyesterday
yesterday terda afternoon afternon reconstructing reonstructng the thecompromise th thecompromise
compromise lompromis ordinance ordinace drafted d1Ce by City CityAttorney CityAtoln CitYAttorney
Attorney Atoln y C C Day De at the request reut of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the committee commitee after afer au understanding understandinghad
had been b n reached reache with Judge Young Youngthe Youngthe Youngthe
the committee commitee adjourned adjurned until unti 330 330oclock 33 330oclock
oclock oclok this thi afternoon afternon In the mean meantime men mentml meantinne ¬
time tml Judge Young will wi confer with withJudge wih wihJudge withJudge
Judge Dey Dy with wih a view to a further furthercompromise furthercomprmis furtherconmpromise
compromise compromiseJust comprmis
Just before bfore the adjournment adjurnment yester yesterday ytsterday yesterday ¬
day afternoon afternon Ju Judge Ege Young after ater a avain a aain avain
vain ain endeavor to have an essential entall entallploYlsion eseetmtialprovision I Iprovision
provision of the ordinance eliminated eliminatedand elminate
and another anoth r provision provlio inserted Insrte therein thereinaid thrElnl thereinsaid
sid said aid that he did dd not see s the ordinance ordinancebefore oinance oinancebfore ordinancebefore
before bfore it i was submitted suhmite to the com committee cornmittee ¬
mittee mllee Up 1p to that time tme it i was sup supposed suppoed supposed ¬
posed poed by the members meber of the commit committee cmmit cmmittee conunittee ¬
tee that he h and Judge Dey had col collaborated collabrated eellaborated ¬
laborated labrated on the ordinance That they theywould the theould theywould
would ould do so s was the understanding understandingwhen undrtnding undrtndingwhen
when an adjournment adjurnment of the commit committee ¬
tee was takn tkn a week aoThe agoThe ago agoThe
The committee committe at yesterdays eterays meet meeting met metIng meetbig ¬
ing considered cnsiderd the ordinance from the thebeginning theblnnlng thebeginning
beginning blnnlng of section sto 7 to the end eu of ofsection ofsectin ofsection
section sectin 11 but before bfoe doing doln so s went wentback wentbek wentback
back bek and made some changes change previous prevtously preI
ly 1 1 discussed diuSe and partially ptaly agreed agre on onOne onOne
One was wa making the price prie of midnight midnightare minjht minjhtI
are I light lght service 8rvlc 750 75 5 instead ined of oflamp S per perlamp perlamp
lamp > er r month Another Anther was the thesrking thestriking j jstriking
striking srking out ut of oteAn teachers and ad the th in inserting i tinsertiag ¬
serting srtng of o 00 of the public pbic schools shls aft after af at t tor ¬
er students student m i section scton 6 where pro provision pr prviin provision ¬
vision viin is made ma e for selling slng books bks of fifty fiftytickets lift lifttickets fty ftyUckel
tickets Uckel for 156 156More 1 1More 10More
More For the Company CompanyIn
In section stin 7 at th the insistence Insisenc of ofJudge ofudge ofJudge
Judge Young the candlepower cndlepwer of f the thethirty thethirty thethirty
thirty incandescent incndeent lamps lAmp of the pros present p pent prosent ¬
ent standard stndard that that the company coopn agrees agreesto
to furnish furnis the th city ct was reduced reuce from fromSO fromt from0to3O
SO t 0to3O 0to3OJudge to 30 30Judge 3
Judge Young again a < ain objected objte to the thedemand thE thedemand
demand of the city embodied embi in the or ordinance ordinnce orlinance ¬
dinance dinnce that the th company furnish furnishforty furnishforty
forty horsepower horsepwer of electrical elecrical energy energyfor energyfor energyfor I
for power per purposes purp He said sid the th com company compan cornpenny ¬
penny pan would ould not give more mre than thirty thirtyboreepower thirtyOeower thirtyhorsepower
horsepower Oeower unless unle the city eliminated eliminatedthe
the provision requiring r qui1ng the th company companyto copny copnyto I
to light Iht its it hospitals hospl and other public publicoffices publi publicoffices
offices ofces or buildings bulding and confined confne its itsdemand Is Isdeman Itsdemand
demand to the citys ctys half of the city cityand lity lityand cityand
and county building buiding the lire fre and po police p p0lice ¬
lice lce stations statins and the public publc library libraryAn HbraryAn libraryAn
An agreement agre ment was not reached leache on onthis onthis
this matter notwithstanding notwithsanding Council Councilman Councl Councilman ¬
man m8n Wells els tried to induce his fellow fellowconunitteetnen felo feloconlnitteempn fellowcornmnitteemmien
conunitteetnen conlnitteempn to to take tke the same sme view viewof viewof viewof
of it as taken by Judge Young YoungAfter YoungAfer YoungAfter
After Afer much deliberation delberton and long longdiscussion Jongisusln longdiscussion
discussion isusln and a conference with En Engineer Engineer ¬
gineer R F Heywood HEYwo and Chief Clerk ClerkD C rk rkD
D A Swan Judge Young announced announcedthat announcedthat
that tlat the tie company compny would sell sl the city cityelectrical ciY cityelectrical I
electrical eletrlcal power pwer to be b used Ue twentyone twentyonehours tweictyonebours i
hours hurs a day the hours hour from frlm 5 to S Sp 8p Sp
p m excluded exclued at 1 cent per pr kilowatt kilowatthour kilwat kilowatthour
hour and ft r used u twentyfour twent four hours hoursa
a day da at 1M 1 cents cnb per pr kilowatt kilwat hour hourCity hourCt hourCity
City Ct Engineer Enginer George W Yo Riter RitEI said saidthe si saidthe
the city cit had made a contract with wih wihTeluride the theTelluride theTehluride
Telluride Teluride Power company eompany to get gt elec electrical e1 electnical ¬
I trical tricl energy ener at a lower rate rateMr rte rteMr rateMr
Mr Swan replied rEle that the Telluride Telluridecompany Telure Telurecompny TeiluridecoYnpammy
could furnish cheaper cheaperthan cheaperthan
company compny ftnnish energy energ chapr chaprthan
than the Utah Light Railway Raiway com company cm cmpny cornDaily ¬
Daily pny because bfaus It It used usd water waleI power powerexclusively 11 powerexclusively r reXthls
exclusively eXthls el whereas hel the Utah Uth Light LightRailway Llht LlhtRaiwa LightRailway
Railway Raiwa company omJny would have to use usesteam usesteant
steam part art of the time
Seeks to Evade Taxes TaxesIt TaxesI
It I was insisted i iste by Judge Young Youn that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the concluding oneIuling paragraph pragralh of section sto S Sbe Sb 5be
be b stricken strken out out This section aUon provides providesBut provid provIdesEmit
But nothing herein or in this thi ordi ordinance ori orinance ordinanee ¬
nance is or shallbe shaUb held to be b in lieu Ifeuof Ueuof lieuof
of any an license lcens toH or tax ta provided prvide for forin torIn forIn
in said sid franchises franchis or any of them or orin orIn orin
in the laws law Qf Utah or in the ordi ordinances ordiinsures ri rin ¬
insures n e of said si city cityJudge cty ctyJudge cityJudge
Judge Young said si the company compny would wouldbe wouldb wouldbe
be b compelled cmple to pay py a license lcn of J2S 25 on oneach onech oneach
each ech of its Is cars c cars rs and aD that tha it i ought oght not notto not metto
to be b subjected subjted to 1 other licenses lens He Hedid Hedi Hedid
did di not want to a atnit admit tmit he said si that tiat the thecity te teef thecity
would ould have the to
city ef hve right pile pie up uptaxes uptaxe uptaxes
taxes taxe and multiply muli pi licenses lcens for the th com company c coinpany ¬
pany to pay payCouncilman py pyCoulciman payCoummeilinan
Councilman Coulciman Wells Tellg moved moe to strike strikeout strke strkeut strikeout
out ut the clause clau and in I support sUlrt of the themotion themotin themotion
motion motin worked worke himself himslf up u to a a bight hishpitch hi bightpitch h hpich
pitch pich of admiration admirtin for the Utah Light LightRailway L1tht L1thtRaiway LigimtRailway
Railway Raiway company which whih was WR doing doingmore doingmore
more he said sil for the city ciy than tan the thecity theci timecity
city ci was wa doing for fo the company cmpny Start Starting Strt Strting Starting ¬
ing with wih the statement sttement that the th clause clausewas clausewail
was wa unreasonable unreasna J and that no such suchclause suchelau suchclause
clause elau could be b found in a franchise franchisegranted frnchi franchisegranted
granted in any anJ other city in the th coun country countr country ¬
try tr he wound up by b asserting asrtng that it itwas i itwas
was uinf8us uinf8usHobday infamous infamousHobday infamousHobday
Hobday Denounces Steal StealCouncilman StealCounciman StealCouncilman
Councilman Counciman Holiday Hobay insisted Insiste that the theclause thecauBe theclause
clause cauBe should remain in the ordinance ordinanceand orinace orinaceand ordinanceand
and then Councilman C unciman Fernatrom Fernstr m came cameto caneto cameto
to the assistance asitnce of Councilman Councimn Wells WellsThen Wels WelsThen WellsThen
Then Councilman Counciman Hobday H bay arose ar and andrelieved andreleyed andrelieved
relieved releyed his pentup feelings feelng He ac accused a acused atcused ¬
cused Councilman Counciman Wells Wels of dispensing dispensinghot dispnsng dispnsnghot
hot air iii h wholesale wholeale quantities quanttes and said saidthe sid sidthe saidthe
the whole scheme sheme of the majority majriy of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the members of the te committee cmmittee was to togive togive togive
give the Utah Light Railwaycom Railwaycompany RIway Railway cm cmpany corn cornpany ¬
pany everything everthing it I asked aske and the peo people p ieopie ¬
ple of Salt Sat Lake Lke City Ci nothing nothingCouncilman nthing nthingCounima nothingCouncilman
Councilman Counima Wells Wels assured a re Council Councilman Counci Councilman ¬
man Hobday that if he Wells Wels for a amoment amoment amoment
moment supposed suppose the company mpany was wasasking wsI wasasking
I asking anything to which 111 it was not notContinued nottContimtued
Continued Contnued on Page P8e 2
SPENDS 35000 35000Old 353000IN
Old Prospector Quickly Quc1 Gets Get Kid Rd RdHs of ofHis Dfiris
His Hs First Fst Portwic PortwicPASSES Pome PomePASSES FortuePASSES
cm ALT LAKERS LKE who ho baT Tf lately latel lateltlr re retamed e
SAT 0 tamed tlr from f Qold G GoldId M say th t tI 1 t tbusy tu tbusy
busy u camp c te just jut beginning bcning to tocver tocover r rcover
cover cver from r tl t the e effects efet of o a week ek of ofglorious ofgloriu cm f fglorious
glorious gloriu relaxation rton on tbe part pat of ofveteran orveten t tveteran
veteran veten prospector prr named na Chaae ChaaeAccording Cha CheseAccording
According Accrig to t the story stor told tol in n fJolrt fJolrtfield HoMfeld te1dheld
field feld the th old ol man ma had ba been bn prospe prospeing JTSpe prospelag
ing in 11 the Nevada Nevada mountains m untans for fortwenty f0rtwenty frtwenty
twenty twenty years yen living lvng on beans beas ani anibacon al albon anibacon
bacon bon facing facln the te elements eemets and ad work wrking working working ¬
ing hard har as all al prospectors prptor must Jut For Fortune Fo Fotune o otune ¬
tune was low ow in smiling BUn on him but buthe buthe huthe
he never despaired dpre At length t the > ie e ex expected cxpected < x xpt ¬
pected pt strike stre was W made mae and a sale sal of ofthe orthe ofthe
the prospect propt was wa arranged arraniredThe aange arrangedThe
The The old ol man J had hd been b grub gub stak takl stakeIby taklby I Iby
by a friend fr who 0 thus tu became bame th thowner thowner thowner >
owner of a half Interest ltent in the pro pnverty proery proerty >
erty ery The sale sle grave ve Chase 35 t i1 000 9O in inreturn inrplurn n nreturn
return rplurn for fo his hi interest Intet In th tht the mine D1 1P a i ithe tthe Ithe
the busy bus old ld man m at once proceeded pllfd to g got gotbusy t tbusy tbus
Spends Fortune FOtune In Week WeekThe WeekTc WeekThe
The Tc camp of Goldfleld God8d God8dfas is d dee leVy KieVyfast leVyfast
fast fas but Chase Ch attained att l a burpf burpfspeed bu7stspeed
speed SJ a as yet y t unequaled un ue in i a m oMflI oMflIannals ii 1 1 1annals
annals anals He received reive his hi money moneyMonday nnp nnpMonday S SMonday
Monday afternoon afernon and made md it last lastuntil I hi st t 1 1unti t tuntil
until unti the th following folowlnf Saturday Sturday nig nigwhen 1 IF ig igwhen
when without withut a a sigh sgh he watched watchedlast watchpdlast watchedlast
last double el eagle disappear dtppr over overbar overbr overbar + > > >
bar br in one of Goldfields Gld elds palatial platal jag jagfoundries j g gf gfoundries
foundries foundriesThe f foundriesThe unrj
The old ol man got gt hi h1 his money mey conv con convor1 convor1into r M Minto 1
into 3ti 2O gold pieces pe and an filled fled all a1 a1Jket a Is Ispockets 1 1pockets
pockets Jket Monday afternoon atern H > t t1 t1state tlstarted V i istarted
started state on o a roundup rondup of f the thf sulOt sulOtDuring salo saloDuring ll r rDuring
During the balance ban of the he week 1i liP iihost ° T Thost I Ihot
host hot of all al Goldfleid Goldfed citizens ctns who whosired Im Imsired i isire
sired sire to t drink or could cl be b persui1 persui1cajoled ptr penso pensocajoled uI uIcajle
cajoled cajle or coerced crc into drinking dnking dnkinggaVe < igave i igave
gave it I out cold that tat be h proposal proposalrid prpostll prpostllrid i imid
rid of that tht 35000 0 in i Jig Jlf time timegamblng with w h hgambling i igambling
gambling gamblng a a a cent cnt of f it I The nbjit nbi r g sbartenders gbltende gbartenders
bartenders bltende aided ai him They Theythought Tht Theythought
thought of o charging him hit lees 1 9 than thanfor thIfOI tihn tihnfor
for a round of drinks drnks for a i pt > nt ntthree It Itthre t tthree
three thre or four and ad at times tines vh who whofelt i ifelt I Ifelt
felt unusually unu ualy benevolent bnEyolent th ht htmi lltmitted y ymitted
mitted mi te him to pay py 100 10 for fOl tho t 11 lie lieThis r a i iThis iThis
This made mad the te money Iney go g with wit Ii r roas roasable aS aSable a aable >
able velocity eit but Chase Cha was as stm stmsatisfied stjjlstife at 1 1 1satisfied
satisfied stife After much thought tought h hupon 1 hupon
upon upn the pleasant plt little ltte foible of < if ifhis > f liT liThis 1
his fist fst with wih twenties twenti and ad tbr th thrthem I Ithe > v vthem
them the straight sriht up at the sky to th thcompaniment thempnimet thcomupaniment
companiment empnimet of r some sme old fu f tomelody > T Tmelody Tmet
melody met such as Im Im a coyote cyot ai all allmy a 1 1my i 3 3my
my night to bowl bowlBy hewBy wl wlBy
By Saturday stury night n t Chase Ch was wa Tf Tfof T Tof Tof
of his hl 35000 G and by Suaday S nisht nishtwas nig nigwas imiitwas
was sober soberGoes sb soberGoes
Goes Goef Back Bak to the te Hills HillsHis His HisHis HillsHis
His prospecting pptng outfit outft inclijintr inclijintrcouple inl ineluitcouple U < l lcupf >
couple of buCTO had h surviv pry surv i v vwreck l M Mwreck
wreck wrek cupf fortunately forunt y Chas cS for forpartner furprtner fypartner
wiser than Chase ht hd l lhis
partner prtner wr tha C < n ahis
his hi 35600 and gladly glay grub cb stakt stak stakoki i iold Iold
old man again againi aaln aalnErly againEariy
hast hastprospector hi hipropto I Iprospector
i Early Erly Monday oday morning morinp
prospector propto a much wiser wir man ma 11 th thChase t tChs tChase
Chase Chs the capitalist capiaist might miht ha haI ha haobserved 1 1obrve >
I observed obrve headed ha for the hills his hillspanled i ii
i panied pie by two laden ladn burros burrs All Al AUhers r ri
i hers br of the party pty walked wale with 1 v f 1 1heads 1he Ibeads
heads he the t burros burr because b8 thry thrybuilt th thbuit v C Cbuilt
built buit that way and the prospectr prospe f r 1 Tcause 1cau 1cause
cause cau he was wa doing d < ing som sm some heavy hEaYy ral rallation 41 41ation aI aIlation
lation in an effort ef rt to to convim cnyinef liarsif liarsifthat l lirr r t f fthat
that a weeks pacemaking pacmaking in c id idfield d dfeld dfield
field feld equals fuals twenty twent years ye prosre prosrel prosetrgin irg irgin g gin
in the mountains mountainsPAVING muntins mountainsPAVING J JC JPAVING
Work oa oD Brigharn rhm Street Steet Will Wil Prob Probably Probably Probably ¬
ably Be e Taken T6R Up Again AgainMonday A AgainMonday
Monday MondayPresent MondayPresent ond ondPrent
Present Prent Indications Inicain are ar that tt ttP thatP Conr tor torP
P J Moran orD will wn resume rsume work on nn nngrding or v 3 3grading agrading
grading grding contract cntrt on n Brb Brigham street stretday t Mv Mvday M Mday
day morning mlfg and ad that tht th te there r will il ie ieslight A Aslight Aslght
slight slght changes chDe if any in the th plan VL VLIrln ni in C Cgrading Zgrading
grading Irln and paving pv as authorized atoriz d l y yet t tcity 5 5city
city et council councilColonel conci councilColonel
Colonel ol nel E A Wall chairman chairmanboard chairmsriboard n >
A Wall crm
board br of public peUc works woks who has RIYT RIYTbond gY gYbond j jbnd
bond bnd for tt W to indemnify IDntfy th thagainst fl flaint t l lagainst
against aint damages damc because bu ef f the iinr 1mlmnt M Mment
ment mnt of f the th street stt has hs decided deided tli tliview t1 tilview
view Jew of the th fact fa that tht th t the bond bnd still stI ji i igood 1 1Ko < v = s sgood
good Ko the grade gde established estlih by th the thpb theby u uby
by b resolution rsolutl last l September Spbr luu I in 1 1c u 3 3conformed 3conformed
conformed c nform to toWhatever toVhat toWhatever
Whatever Vhat e delay dly there thr has hs bo brn u l Sf SfJring r rgrading rgrading
grading of the stt street said sd he hebn hebeemi 3 3been
Jring been bn caused cus by attempts atemp to dopart dpat ftror ftrorthat f fr frthat
that plan not nt to conform efo to it Tire s sonlv 9olv aonly
only olv one thing thin to d do under uner the t1 r um umetances tm tm8tnCs t tstances
stances 8tnCs and that is to go ahead eal ul s1the j jth < 3 3the
the th work oTk as a planned plannedDROWNED 1ln 1lnDROVvNED plannedDROWNEDHERSELFII
Suicide of f Woman in a FashlonabTd FashlonabTdChicago FashIonabtChicago FashionabTdChicago
Chicago Boarding House
Chicago Chlco April Apl 13 lTc 13The The Tx by body > dy of t Mrs MrsGrace M MrSGrace
Grace Grac Loomis Lomis who claimed clme tr tt tC > b ba the thewife te tewife thewife
wife of Charles Cb le Loomis Lmi said sad by y her herto h r rto rto
to be b a millionaire milonre was w found In 1 a ah fcair fcairfilled ha harifled
bathtub fashionable board boarding boarding ¬
filled fie bthtub in i a a tahionabl boaT
ing house hoW on Michigan Xig avenue aVCue today tCday ttdu Th Tt T Tbody i ibody
body by was wa fully tuly dressed dre and lay a fa a adownwad adownward i idownward
downward downwad In the tub Frequent Funt threats threatsmade thnlitt9made hlNt9 hlNt9me
made me by Mrs Mr Loomis Lmis that tht sue be Intended Intendedto iten ir enJi enJito 1 1to
to kill kl hersetf hen leave leve BO D doubt that ta ti ticase L Lc t a acase
case c is one of f suicide lce Domestic Dmesto Doms I r troubivS troubivSare trtub s sae 5are
are ae thought thou ht to have hve l bn bsen en the th cause causeFrom ca ca caFrom u
From lom papers pap In th the apartments apartDP apaLm HS a apolice tip tlvpolice tipplc >
police learned lea that she was the th t twife iv trm trmfe > rm rmwife
plc wife fe of a a welltodo weltodo citizen etin of o m T Del 1 > eiiv eiivColo i iCole
Colo She wa was divorced dhor from fl at him P i m myer 1 1years = x xyears
years yer ago ao Other Othr notes were wtre adUr adUrto ad addrhm r rt >
to t Miss is Mary Mar L Darling Darln Leadville LeadiJf C Cthought I Ithought > j jthougt
thought thougt to be b a a sister and nd to Mrs McBartlett Is IsBtett il i iBartlett
Pueblo Colo Cob Election Officials Officialsder Un i ider ider
der Indictment IndictmentDenver IndictmentDnyer IndictmentDenver
Denver Dnyer April A l 13 1ldictent 13Indictments Indictments retir rHrby ye m r rby < i iby
by th the federal fel grand gn jury jur sitting sittingPueblo sitn sitnPueblo sittmi sittmiPueblo
Pueblo Pueblo w we we r served sre serv today toy on n eleven elev L x xdents ydent 1 1dents
dents dent of f this t city el charging charin them tem temcnprac xv xvconspiracy i iconspiracy
conspiracy to to prevent prvet citizens citiZ1 from fromAH fm fmAl fromAil
AH Al gave gve bonds bs for for9 926W 000 and continu continuliberty continuIbrt contli contliliberty
liberty libertyThose Ibrt IbrtTbo libertyThose
Those Tbo who wh are Included Icudet in the theument i iment iment
ment are ar Aldermen Adrmn Michael Michel MaL MaiChief MaLChief i iChief <
Chief License Len Inspector IDStor Prank Frnk K KJoseph EJ0pb KJoseph >
Joseph J0pb Ray R Charles Chl Xofsky and Kiw KiwOMalia Ei II a aOMah1a i iOala >
OMalia Oala all al officiate otJ of the same sme sameSam d dSam tJSm
Sam Sm Elatkin EltiD Max Mx Sish SissachSchradsky Sissach V 011 011Shrdky > inii > i iSchradsky
Schradsky Shrdky Max Ma tax Schradsky Sbrads Sadie Sadiener Sdie Sad 1 1Der 1ncr >
ncr and and Josie oie Ludwig Ldwi Kratk Ktk < Ku KuKofsky 11Kofsk i iKofsky
Kofsky Kofsk and OMallia OXaUa are ar now serving stnintelc sarI sarItences sen sentences ¬
tences telc in the county cunty jail jai for fO conu COn tui tuiBRUTAL 1 1C ii iiBRUTAL
4 + Arkansas Arkn City Ciy Kan April Apri i 1Edn 4 4Edna +
4 + + Edna Cox aged 30 the di
Edn Cx acd years dHugli dHugliA dl Ub i iter I
+ A ter of a farmer ter living lvinl north n rth of ut Ar Arkanaas 3r 3rkansas r rkn +
+ kansas kn Ctty C was held up by two twomasked h hmske t i 4
4 masked mske iwe e near her home hme toaav toaavand to tou a aand C
4 and aasatttod There M I much mu h fX fXdt i x xefteraent C Csitemeet
+ efteraent dt met and a the farmers are ar or ortxranizing u u4ganizing r rlanizng +
txranizing + 4ganizing lanizng Pe pauses iWses to search s a I for the themen themcn nh C Cmen
+ men mcnT C +
+ 4 44t
+ + + T 4t + + t + t + I t44 I + + 4 + 4 t + ft1 It t t + + + j

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