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j TIa nHA r FNoJ rz THE SALT SALTESTABLISHED SA LT Li lAKE T t K E I HER HERALD A L D 01 1 J r i L Lt WEATHER VEA LAST LAST Fair and FOR EDITI EDITION EDITIONWEATHER Warmer WarmerSilver Warmerr HAT SAL P LAKE TjyyreFair LAKEFair N i
J I Silver i e per ounce ounceCopper I
C Copper pper cvting e lng I44c per Ib IbLead lbJ lbLead
I t ERALJ Lead In ore J8W 181 W New York York545ft
J ESTABLISHED ESTABLISHEDruNE JUNE 01870 a 1870 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY SA TPRDA Y APRIL 29 1905 19O PRICE FIVE CENTS 545ft
GENERAL FITZHUGH LEE LEEANSWERS LEEANSWERS LEEANSWERSTHELAST
ANSWERS ANSWERSTHELAST THE LAST CALL CALLVeteran CALLVeteran CALLVeteran
Veteran Soldier Passes Away at at th the Capital of ofthe ofI ofthe
I the Nation NationStricken NationJ NationStricken
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t w wStricken
Stricken With Apoplexy on His Way From Boston to Washing Washington WashinQ3 WashinQ3B WashingtonWife
B ton tonWife Wife and Children Far Away When Whenthe Wh Whthe n nthe
the End Came
i A I IASHINOTON April 1 prI1 > rn 28 SBrigadler 28Brigadiervv Brigadier BrigadierGeneral I
W vv General Kitzhugh Lee U S A Aretired Aretired Aretired
retired died at Providence hos h05pltal ho3pital hospital ¬
pital here tonight aged 68 years from froman troman froman
an attack of apoplexy which he suf suffered suftered suffered ¬
fered early this morning on a train trainwhile trainwhile trainwhile
while en n route from Boston to Wash WashInjrtq WashJnJ Washthgtcn
Injrtq JnJ n After General Lee had been beenremoved beenr beenremoved
r removed to the hospital this morning morningit
it was evident cvid nt to the attending att ndlng physi physicians physldane physiI ¬
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I dane that his case was a very eIJ serious seriousone seriousone seriousone
one but they believed bell eyed that his strong strongvitality strongvitality strongvitality
vitality and will ill power would assist
eral was rather uncomfortable > le most of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the time his breathing being difficult difficultand difficultand difficultand
and his articulation when hen he attempted attemptedto
to speak being heavy hen vy and thick The Theorders Theorders Theorders
orders of Lieutenant George Lee a son sonwho sonwho sonwho
who was about to sail for the Philip Philippines PhlUppines Philippines ¬
pines have been changed and he will willcome willcome willcome
come to Washington Washlngt n and it is expect expected ¬
ed will be accompanied a by his sister sisterthe sisterthe sisterthe
the wife of Lieutenant Brown who also alsois alsoIs alsois
is now on the Pacific coast and whose whoseorderswere whoseordersowere whoseorderzwej
orderswere Issued directing him to sail sailwith sailwith sailwith
with his regiment for the Philippines PhilippinesGeneral PhilippinesGeneral PhilippinesGeneral
General Lees attack is attributed attributedlargely attributedlargely attributedlargely
largely to his activity in behalf of the themilitary themilitary themilitary
military and navy revenue which is to
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Gen Fitzhugh Lee
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materially In a partial part ial recovery r oery at atleast at1fR5t atleast
least from the attack His condition conditionremained conditionrematnEd conditionremained
remained fair considering the severity severityof
of the attack during clurln the day but short shortly shsrtl shrtJy ¬
ly l after af < r P oclock oclO < k he h < began to grow growweaker growwaker growweaker
weaker his breathing became more morerapid morerapid morerapid
rapid and his pulse ptl lower terminating terminatingIn
In less Its than twohours two hou hours in death The Theend Theend Theend
end was peaceful JCacefuland and without pain the thegeneral theKenenll thegeneral
general remaining conscious until with within within withIn ¬
in five minutes of the end Half an anhour anhour anhour
hour before death de th General Gener l Lee recog recognized recogIJized recoguized ¬
nized his brother Daniel Lee who ho caIne cameinto caIneJnto caineInto
into the room for a moment momentHis JnomentHis momentHis
His Family Abscnt AbscntIn
In th tho x room when htffi h hC die were Dr DrMontgomery Drtontgo DrMolLtgomPry
Montgomery tontgo ur J one of the physicians of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the hospital h plt8l Miss Dorses a relative relativeand relativefind relativeand
and a nurse two of the attending pity physicians ph pitysiciatis ¬
J sicians < I < hms Drs Edit Edi and Kean having havingretired havingy
1 y retired temporarily A pathetic feature featureof
of the cas Case is that although General GeneralLee GenernlJee GeneralLee
Lee was blessed bles ed with lth a family consist consisting consistIng consistlug ¬
ing of a wife and five children not n t one oneof oneof oneof
of them was with him at the time of ofhis ofhis
his 11 t4 death deathGeneral deathGener deathGeneral
General Gener l Lee was conscious conS < lous through throughout ¬
out the day dn and recognized those who whowere whoWere whowere
were admitted to the sick room Nec Necessarily Neccssarily Necessarily ¬
essarily these were very few persons personsand perSonsand pert4onsand
and included the attending physicians physiciansthe
the nurses and several relatives who whocame whoamE whoanie
came < amE to visit Iaft him himWhile himVhilp himWhile
While not suffering any pain the gen I
be held h ld In the vicinity Yict n it of Jamestown JamestownVa J 1
Va His heart and soul havebeen have been in inthe inthe inthe
the work and lIe labored zealously to tomake tonaka tomake
make it a success successNo SUClessNo suecessNo
No Funeral Arrangements ArrangementsArrangements ArrangementsArrausemEnts ArrangementsArrangements
Arrangements for General Lees Leesfuneral Ltcsfuneral Leesfuneral1
funeral together togct er with the selection of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the place of interment of the remains remainswill remainswill remainswill
will not be made until after the arrival arrivalin
in Washington of Mrs Irs Lee who is now nowon nowon nowon
on her way wa to Washington from Fort FortOglethorpe FortOgtethorpe FortOgletliorpe
Oglethorpe Ga Meanwhile the body bodywill bod bodwill bodywill
will be prepared for burial and will re remain remain remain ¬
main at the hospital It is possible that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the body may mOa be laid to rest at the Xa Xatlonal Xatlonal National
tlonal cemetery at Arlington although althoughit
it is expected that General G > n ral Lees friends friendsimv lri friendsnisr nds ndsnUI
imv nUI make an effort errort to have a site sitechosen sitechosen He Hechosen
chosen somewhere > else in Virginia VirginiaA
A widow and five children survive surviveGeneral sur surviveGeneral e eGeneral
General Lee Two of the boys are army armyofficers arm armofllcers armyofficers
officers and two of the girls are wives wivesof wivesor wivesof
of army officers while the remaining remainingchild remainingchlld remainingchild
child is a young woman still in her herteens herteens herteens
teens The children are > Mrs Irs J C CTlhea CRhe24 CRhea
Rhea wife of Lieutenant Rhea now at atFort atFort atFort
Fort > Oglethorpe Ga Lieutenant Fitz Fitzhugh Fitzhugh Fitzhugh ¬
hugh Lee of the cavalry cavalr branch now nowin nowin nowin
in Manila Lieutenant George Mason MasonLeeof MasonL MasonLeeof
Leeof L eo the Seventh cavalry cavalr who is now nowIn nowIn nowin
In San Francisco Mrs Irs Anne Brown Brownwife Brownwife Brownwife
wife qf Lieutenant Brown of the Sev Seventh Se Seenth Seventh ¬
enth cavalry who is now at San Fran Francisco Francisco Francisco ¬
cisco and Miss Iiss Virginia Lee
BIGELOWS HOME TAKEN FROM HIM HIMDefaulting HIMDefaulting HIMDefaulting
Defaulting Banker Obliged to Leave His Palatial PaIatiaiResidence Residence Re idence and andTake andTake andTake
Take Refuge With His Son SonGoll Goll Has Not NotBeen NotBeen NotBeen
Been Located
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ILWAUKEE XVte April 28 28Blt 28Bltternees 28BItI Bit Bitterness ¬
MILWAUKEE I VI ternees was added to his already alreadyoverflowing alroodoverftowing alreudoverflowing
overflowing cup today toda when whenFrank whenFrank Whnlrank
Frank G BIgelow the defaulting bank banker banker banker ¬
er was obliged obll ed to leave ave his palatial palatialhome palatialhome palatialhome
home on Astor street it having been beentaken beentaken beentaken
taken possession pO ICSSion of by the Wisconsin WisconsinTrust WisconsinTrust VisconslnTrust
Trust Security Se < urlty company cOmpany as receiver receiverfor receiverfor receiverfor
for the BIgelow estate et tate Mr 11 Bigelow Bigelowwith Bigelowwith Bigelowwith
with hi hltt family taking takin little save SK their theirl theirtCrsonal theiriersonai
l iersonai crsonal > effects went to the home of ofhis ofhl ofhis
his hl son Gordon Blgelow BI elow 490 Mariftall Mariftallstreet MartaIstreet Olaritalltr
street > tr t where they t1le will make their home homefor homefor homefor
for the time being beingThe beingTht beingThe
The > supplementary schedule of liabil liabilities liabiJIties ilabilIties ¬
ities and assets to Mr oIl Blgelows peti petition petition petition ¬
tion III bankruptcy will probably not be bellled betiled befiled
llled before a week or ten days daysIt dasIt
It is said saidthat that Judge Carpenter in the
county court will take steps within a ashort ashort ashort
short time to remove Bigelow from the thevarious thevarious thevarious
various trusts which he holds by virtue virtueof
of testamentary appointment Mr MrBigelow MrBIgelow 11 11BIgelow
Bigelow acknowledged today that he heowed heowed heowed
owed the Brodhead estate t > an amount amountnot amountnot amountnot
not to exceed 550000 In addition to the
100000 in the list of unsecured cred creditors creditors creditors ¬
itors itorsThe itorsThe itorsThe
The resignation of Mr Bigelow as aschairman aschairman aschairman
chairman of the Milwaukee Clearing
House association has been b en received receivedand receivedand receivedand
and accepted acceptedThe acceptedThe acceptedThe
The balance against the First Nation National ¬
al bank in the Milwaukee clearing
house today was reduced to almost an anaven aneven aneven
even thing thus showing that the bank I
has recovered r Its normal condition conditionThe conditionThe
The whereabouts of Henry G Goll Gollthe Gollth Gollthe
the th missing assistant cashier of the I
bank are still unknown
SCHWABS SUCCESS CREATES GREAT GREATSENSATION GREATSENSATION GREATSENSATION
SENSATION THROUGHOUT THE WORLD
11 St Petersburg April 2S 2SThe The news of ofthe orthe ofthe
the conclusion of o the arrangement be between betW betwetut ¬
tween tW tJK Charles M Schwab and the Rus Russian Russian BusSian ¬
sian admiralty for the reconstruction of ofilte ofthe
the 1 he Rustriun Rus hm fleet contained in theee dls dlsitche dlsllCltch1J dispatches
patches itche was telegraphed back to St StJetersbuor Sti StPetersburg
i Petersburg from New York and pub published publlahed pubIlahed ¬
lished here this afternoon being the first firstinformation flr5tr
r j information ormation on the subject furnished to tothe toVI tothe
the Russian public Tho news created a aKreat areal agreat
VI great real aensation n atlon among tho agents of for foreign fOrIgn Or Orcign ¬
eign Ign ship yards who had been waiting waitingcontinuously wattlngonUnuousl waitingOfltIUtOUSlY
continuously In the corridors of the njl njlinlralty al almlralty atiniralty
inlralty building When hen the facts became becameknown btoomeknown becamekiiwn
known to them th they y descended d > SenlfId upon the tjiejidmlmlty themINlltv timejdmlrsltv
jidmlmlty mINlltv In a body demanding details detailsami detaf1sand detailsalki
and particulars of the mysterious mystf > rlouli method methodof mft od odor
of construction by b which Mr Schwab Schwabt
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proposed proposf > d to build ships 20 per cent higher
In efficiency than anything now afloat
but they obtained little satisfaction The Theow
fow ow superior sU erior officers who took part In Into
the 5f secret > Cret negotiations naturally declined
to talk and the Inferior officers could couldonly couldonl couldonly
only onl explain their lack of knowledge
The newspaper correspondents who re received received recelved ¬
ceived urgent queries on the subject met
the same fate fat In some cases shielding i ivi
their vi Inability luuiuuy 10 iw o procure piuiui < precise piKirisw Hliurum informs
tlon by b marking formal denials it was waspvldenjc wastw1de1t waspvidet
pvldenjc from the manner In which the theCorrespondents theorresPolldents thedorrespopdents
Correspondents were wt > re besieged by queries
from all nUthe the European capitals that Mr rr i
Schwabs guarantee e to furnish Russia Russialino HusslawUh Russiasvitlt
wUh ships ahead of anything In the same m
line lIn throughout the th world has aroused In Intense Intense ¬
tense interest Int rest everywhere cerw > prc
WILL TREAT ORES ORESCARRYING ORESCARRYING ORESGARRYJNG
CARRYING ZINC ZINCStrong ZINCStrong ZINCStrong
Strong Company Decides to Erect ErectPlant ErectPlant ErectPlant
Plant in Salt lake City CityBUYS CityBUYS CityBUYS
BUYS FIVEACRE TRACTMEANS TRACT TRACTMEANS TRACTMEANS
MEANS MILLIONS OF DOLLARS TO TOTHE TOTHE TOTHE
THE STATE STATEf STATEVork
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
+ 4 4Work +
+ f Work will begin in a few days daL s on onf ona +
+ f a plant In Salt Lake City to o han handie nan f 4 4dIe
4 + die zinc ores from Utah and sur surIoundin 4 4rounding 4
+ rounding Ioundin statesUtah states 4 4Utah f fUtah
+ Utah alone contains in Park ParkCity ParkCity 4 +
+ City Frisco Tintlc Stockton S ockton and andother andother +
+ other camps vast quantities oli otizinc + 4zinc
+ 4 zinc ores already exposed arid aridready 4
4 ready to mine Ore of which the theRbgregate theaggregate +
+ aggregate value is many millions millionsof +
4 of dollars has been left un untouched 4
4 4 touched because bftu e no plant which whichould hitch 4 4could
4 could separate the thf th zinc 2111 < from the theother theother 4
4 other metals existed in the state statcThe 4 4The
+ The Western Ore Separating Separatingcompany 4
4 4 company has plants In h successful succeslfuloptration 4
4 operation in Colorado and else c e ewhere 4 4where
4 where has ha purchased pUrlha ed a flyeract ftyeattttnut ftyeaetetrset > +
+ tract of land in North Suit Lake Lakeand 4
4 and will put up a plant on the th thIt +
4 site It as tS soon as a feasible feRsihlfThe +
4 The Th successful bundling 111111dJi i of oretan ofUtln 4
+ ttun > zinc 11 ores or i will tnain tBwtngiving tBwtngivingt giving +
+ employment t > nplo ment to many man hundreds of ofm11 +
4 men t the mines and elsewhere e1 Ohpe Ohpeadding +
4 adding millions of dollars s to the theattive 4
4 active wealth of the state s Jtte 4
4 4 The proposed plant will not be a L Lsmelter +
4 smelter Tt will use electricity electrlit electrlitexplus 4
4 exclusively explus ely and hence will give 4
4 4 forth no fumes fumesFOR fumesFOR + 4 4r
+ +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
r OR several weeks we k lI1Mourian1 Missouri and Colo Colorado COIOado Cob Cobr ¬
FOR r rado men eng ensaoed sod in the handling handlingand handlingand handlingflud
and treatment of ores or ores in which wh lh zinc zincpredominates zincPledomillates zincpjednniiimates
predominates or at least plays pla s an im 5mportant important important
portant part in determining the com cornmercial om ommerciul
merciul value of the rock ro < have lUlve been betnseekin beenseeking
seeking seekin a foothold in this state It Ithas IthKS Ithas
has been known that ftr every eer mo moment moment moment ¬
ment of the last two months months the en enterprise enterprift enterprise ¬
terprise > hiss been incubating but it itvis itwas itvs
was not until Thursday that the propo proposition proposltion prolositlon ¬
sition was rounded into form and ar articles artides ¬
ticles of incorporation of the operating operatingcompany operatingompany operatingcompany
company were filedfor flied for record With Withthat Withthat Viththat
that formality disposed of the presi president president
dent of the company Herbert Harris Harriswho HKrriwho Harriswho
who had previously looked after the thepurchase timepurchase
purchase of a site for the works and undarranged andarranged andarranged
arranged for the awarding of contracts contractsfor contractsfor contractsfor
for the erection of buildings pulled out outfor outfor
for headquarters at Denver to return returna
a little later While there is nothing nothingon
on the surface to indicate it it is isknown isknown isknown
known that the Lanyon Zinc Lead Leadcompany Leadom Leadcompany
company om puny of New Jersey Jerse and Missouri Missouriis lissoUliis
is ii behind the Harris Harriscombinatlon HarriscombinatlonA combination combinationAs combinationAs
As A the > company which Is to be beknown beknown beknowmi
known as the Western Ore Separating Separatingcompany SepanltingCompany I Icompany
company of Denver is much In the thenature thenature thenature
nature of a close corporation its capi capital iJi iJital Pi Pital ¬
tal has hasbeen been placed at the nominal sum sumof sumf
of f 5ROOOO It might have been 5 iOOO iOOOor < K > 0 0or
or any an other sum so far as the publle publlecould 1 IUbblecould > ubll ubllcould
could feel concerned the real signifi significance signiftulHe signilleamwe ¬
cance resting In the fact that the com company lompllny cornpalmy
pany has been organized to handle a aclass aclass
class of ore in this state which un to tothe tothe tothe
the present time has either had to be bemarketed bemarketed bemarketed
marketed at a loss so far as the zinc zincWHS zincWHS zincwas
WHS concerned or for a margin of ofprofit ofprofit ofprofit
profit that made mining hardly worth worthwhile worthwhilp worthwimibe
while That having been the case caseminers cuseJnilHrs caseminers
miners and mmn mining companies having
the characters of ore mentioned will be beglad beglad beglad
glad to know kJlo the new company will willduring willduring i
during durin the nefct few fewnonths fmonths be hooked hookedup
up for business and prepared to make I Iit
it worth the while of zmeleadsilvpr zincle zIncIesdsilvezproducers dsll > 1 1producers
producers to cut loose loo e at their prop ¬
erties and roll out the ore oreBuys oreBuys
Buys Five Acres of Ground GroundThe GroundThe GroundThe
The location loc tion of the new works will
be onehalf block south and one block blockwest bJokwest blockwest
west of the new Oregon Shprt Line Lineshops Lineshops Lineshops
shops between Sixth and Seventh SeventhNorth
North md < Fifth and Sixth West Weststreets Westetreeti
streets treet Here the company com pan has pur purchased purchased parchased
chased five acres of ground and as it
lies between the main lines of the Ore Oregon Olegon Oregon ¬
gon Short Line and Rio Grande rail railroads 1Ililroads railroads ¬
roads short switches will give either eithercompany eithercOlnpany eithercompany
company a chance c1 ance to move ores to and
from the works at will In other words
it gives the producer nqt matter over overwhich overwhich overwhich
which road he h ships direct connection connectionwith connectionwith conrmectjommwithy
with the receiving bins at the new newplant newplant newplant
plant
Will Use Electricity ElectricityElectrical ElectricityEletrical Electricity3lectrical
Electrical processes of separating the
different metals contained in the ores oreswill oreswlll oreswill
will be employed altogether and after afterseparation afterseparation afterseparation
separation the various products will
be shipped to the smelters for conver conversion conVersion conversion ¬
sion into bullion This plant will be in inno Inno Inno
no sense a smelter and every particle particleof
of machinery IDQeriner in it will be run by elec dee ¬
tricity with the single exception of
the dryer which will be employed sim simply simpl simply ¬
ply pl to free the ores of the moisture
they contain when received at the
works worksPlants worksPlants worksPlants
Plants of the same character ar ant
being b > ln successfully su cessfull operated at Denver i
and nd in the Missouri zinc fields eJds by prac I
tically Ucall the same men who are behind
the enterprise here and the expecta ¬
tion is 1 that within a year or so a large
business busin > ss will be b established in this class classof classof I Iof
of work It will provide employment
for a large number of men and greatly I
enhance the value of many mines of
this and an adjoining states Work will
begin on the plant during the next few fewSIXTEEN fewciays
ciays a s
SIXTEEN MEN KILLED KILLEDExplosion KillEDExplosion KILLEDExplosion
Explosion in a Coal Mine Near Big BigRun BigRun BigRun
Run Pa PaDubols PaDubois PaDubols
Dubols Pa April 28 2SSlxtaan Sixteen men were werekilled werekliled ere erekilled
killed and one will die as the result of an anexplosion anoxplol5lon anexplosion
explosion at the Eleanora shaft sh tt near nearBig nearBig nearBig
Big Run Run The shaft is located Joc ted one and a ahalf ahalf ahalf
half miles from Big Run on tho Buffalo BuffaloRochester BuffaloRoclwster BuffaloRochester
Rochester Plttsburg railway ral1wa twelve twelvemiles twelvemiles twelvemiles
miles south of hero It f is In an Isolated Isolatedpart isolatedpart isolatedpart
part of the country and the tl explosion explosionwhich explosionwhich explosionwhich
which occurred last night nl ht was not known knownin
in this city clt until today toda JThe he mine is isowned Isowned Isowned
owned and operated by th thfr j Roohester R09hester
Plttsburg Coal Iron company and is i a acomparatively IIcomparatlvcl acomparatively
comparatively new shaft having been beenopened beenopened beenopened
opened two years ago agoThe agoTh agoThe
The Th mine was thought to be free from
dangerous gases The night shift was wassmall wassmall wassmill
small or there would have tjpen en more
fatalities Every E > ry man who was flS in the themine theminE timemine
mine tt the time of the explosion except exceptone exccptone exceptone
one is reported killed Throe bodies have
thus far been recovered recoveredNEW recoveredNEW
5 5NEW
NEW COMPANY COMPANYPLANNED COMPANYPLANNEDTarbell PLANNED PLANNEDTarbell PLANNEDTarbell
Tarbell Will Retire 0 From the theEquitable theEqultablco theEquitable
Equitable Life LifeNew LifelewYork LifeNew
New lewYork York April Apri12SWhU 2S 28WhIle While thorp were no noofficial noof noofficial <
official of lclal developments in the affairs or the theEquitable theEqultnblc theEquitable
Equitable Life Assurance AssurancesociClty sod socity city today todayit toay1
it was rumored In Wall street that Vice VicePresident VicePresident VicePresIdent
President Gage E Tarbell Tarbellhmaci Jlad md decided to toretire toretire toretire i
retire from the Equitable and apdlIlnrt start a new newcompany newtompan newcompany
company It was understood d that ho had hadan haaan hadan
an abundance abum1 < < nct of capital backing for the thenew thenw thenew I
new company comp nr and it was Intrnded to tooffer toofpr tooffer
offer the th presidency pr < Sldcnty of It td President PresidentTames PrPI Presidentjames > I1tnt I1tntTRmes
Tames V 0 Alexander of the Equitable EQulta le if ifhe ifhe Ifhe
he is willing willin to accept
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RUSSIA iisIA BEGINSEASTER BKGINS EASTER SERVICES SERVICESAll
All the Churches Crowded While the Traditional Ceremonies CeremoniesWere Cerer onies loniesWere
Were Being ObservedGloomy Observed Gloomy Forebodings ForebodingsFor
For thg th h Future
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cm T PETERSBURG PETERBUR April A prlt 28 81hre Thre Threi
S 0 i days hard fasUn fasting preceding East Easter Eastj Eastjer ¬
er accompanied a < by solemn service servicej servieComineiuoratfe
j rommemorntive tOIUlnt > mornth of Christs Pa Passion Passiongait pion l l lgan
gan today toda Business1 Businessofevery uslneS of every eYer character characterceased eharaterceased
ceased and all the government depart dopurtI d departrcents rt rtfrents
I fronts were closed < The alarming re reports reports ¬
ports circulated during the last Ja t few fendays fewdays
days apparently hud little litth effect on the thosize tuesize
size of the crowds that thronged the thechurches thechurhes thechurches
churches where the tragedy of Calvary Calvarywas CalvalJwas
was vividly reenacted The day was wasalso wasalso us usal
also al o marked by the observance of the thetraditional thltraditional thetraditional
traditional ceremonies of freeing birds birdslighting birdslighting birdslighting
lighting bonfires and placing holy holybread holybread
bread in bins hin but the bright sunshine sunshinedid sunshinedid
did not fail to mako a l deep impression impressioni
i on the superstititious in the midst of ofthe orthe oftime
the gloomy forebodings of evil vii being beingI
I an augury of drouth and crop failure
which hich in Russia is synonymous with withfamine witimmaimilmie
famine and disaster disasterThe dhmstcThe disasteAThe
The diplomatic al corps cQv m including Am Ambaagador Ambndol Ambsasador
baagador AtoyeiiAttended Ie ler eli tteded the services servicesber servicesat
at St ftjaacs ibthbtlra1 < S1n t1ral liieery l nMlm nMlmer muerner
ber er of the orthodox church ohur h took com communion communion cornmulilon ¬
munion today the emperor emp Jor and the theimperial thelImerinl theimperial
imperial family attending the service serviceand serviceand ericeand
and taking the sacrament at the chapel chapelof
of the Alexandra palace at Tsnrskoe TsnrskoeSelo TsntskoeI TanrakeeSelo
Selo Selol
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l Ceremony at Moscow MoscowI MoscowMoscow
Moscow oIosco April J lril2SThl pril 2S 28he The traditional traditionalceremony traditionalcelemon traditionalceremony
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ceremony celemon of compounding l the holy oil oilI
I used in the most sacred rites rit of the theorthodox theI
I orthodox church began in the Kremlin Kremlintoday Kremlintoday Kremlintoday
today and will continue for three days daysaccompanied daysaccompanied
accompanied by b the continual chanting chantingof
of relays ays of monks I
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MISSOURI PACIFIC PACIFICOFFICIAL OFFICIAL CAN CANMAKE
MAKE CONTRACTS S WITH HIMSELF
Washington April Ari 1 2S iSJ SJamfS James ames C Lin Lincoln Lincoln LIltcohn ¬
coln KenerHl nerHI freight frr1i hl MK u agent put of the Mis Missouri Missolirl 1is 1issOllrl ¬
souri Pacific railroad continued eontfnu his state statement statement statemeat ¬
ment before the senate sena Ie committee on in intorstato intfr Intermmtat
torstato tfr tHtt commerce today toda He SKid th t tlmilt tlmiltat Mt Mtat t tat
at ti times in on the Missouri Pacific charged ch rgp1 a aless aPs aless
less Ps rate than fixed by tho commission commissionChairman commlostonhalrman commIssionhairman
Chairman Klkins asked a number of ofquestions orlIuestions ofquestions
questions relative to thQ advances mad maduon madeon
on livestock rates which he said wore worethe worethe worethe
the cause of the greatest complaint Mr MrLincoln M1Lincoln I ILincoln
Lincoln replied that the rates owing to tocompetltion t tcompetition tocompetition
competition were very low before the theadvances theadvances theadvances
advances were made He thought the therates thelttes therates
rates too low now nowReplying noWReplying nowReplying
Replying to questions about private car carlines carlines carlines
lines Mr 11 Lincoln explained that the theAmerican thcAmerican theAmerican
American Refrigerator Transit company companyIn companIn
In which the Missouri Pacific was a astockholder astockholder astockholder
stockholder operated on that line This Thiscompany Thiscompany 1hlscoman
company coman had more than 4000 cars The Theprivate lheprlvat rheprivate
private car company made the charges for forEXCEEDED forEXCEEDED forEXCEEDED
I ISecrebry
EXCEEDED HIS AUTHORITY AUTHORITYSecretary AUTHORITYSecretary
Secretary Hitchcock H Cannot Control ControlSale ControlSale ControlSale
Sale of Liquor LiquorSpecial LiquorSpecial LiquorSpecial
Special to The HeraldO HeraldOWashington Herald HeraldVashlllgton HeraldWashington
Washington April 28 28Assistant = Assistant At Attorney Attorney Attorney ¬
torney General Campbell today handed handeddown handeddown handeddown
down a decision in which he holds that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the interior department is without withoutpower withoutpower withoutpower
power and cannot interfere in traffic trafficIn
In alcoholic beverages in lands under undergovernment undergovernment undergovernment
government irrigation projects through throughout throu throughout h hout ¬
out the country The decision was washanded ra5 iyashanded ra5handed
handed down at the request of the re reclamation reelamaUon yeclamation ¬
clamation service which insists that thatland thatland thatland
land under Irrigation projects is being beingentered beingentered beingentered
entered upon by bootleggers for the thesole thesole thesole
sole purpose of selling spirituous liquors liquorsto
to men engaged in reclamation work workThe workThe workThe
The service claims that its force is isgreatly isgreatb isgreatly
greatly demoralized by this traffic Sep Sepretary SecretalJ Sepretary
retary Hitchcock promises to call the1 the1attention the theattention thdattention
attention of state authorities to the thematter thematter thematter
matter This decision immediately af affects affects affects ¬
fects the Minldoka projefct proje In Idaho Idahowhere Idahowhere Idahowhere
where liquor men have already estab established established estabhished ¬
lished themselves themselvesENGINE themselvesENGINE theimiselvesENGINEBLEW
ENGINE ENGINEBLEW BLEW UP UPAccident UPAccident UPAccident
Accident on Union Pacific PacificCoal PacificCoalPasser PacificCoalPasser Coal CoalPasser
Passer Killed f frSpccial 1Special fSpecial
Special to Tho Herald HeraldKvanston HeraldEOnston HeraldEvanston
Evanston AVyoJ Wyo yo April 2S 2SA A locomotive locomotivehauling locomotlvchauling locomotivehauling
hauling a west bound freight train ex exploded exploded oxplodeti ¬
ploded its boiler last night near Antelope Antelopestation AntelopestaUbn Antelopestatlbn
station about forty miles east ea1 of this thiscity thiselt thiscity
city elt Engineer Hunter Terry Terr and Fire Firemart Firemart Firemalt
mart M T Hughes were badly scalded scaldedthe scaldedthe scaldedthe
the last named quite seriously They Theywore Theywere Theyvere
wore taken to the hospital In Ogden OgdenA
A young Jooung ung man 21 years of age named namedSylvester namedSyhester namedSylvester
Sylvester Coleburn who was assisting aSl > lsUng the thefireman thefireman thefireman
fireman by passing coal was waskUIed killed His Hisremains Bisrt Hisremains
remains rt > malns are now at the undertakers in inthis Inthis inthis
this city c1t It has been > een ascertained that thathis thathis thathis
his parents are highly respectable and andreside andreside andreside
reside at Oakdale a suburb of Chicago ChicagoThey Chi ChicagoThey ca o oThey
They have been notified and an order orderto oraerto orderto
to ship the body east t > ast is expected tonight tonightSMASHED tonightIt tOnightSMASHED
It III IIISMASHED
SMASHED TO A A APULP APULPBeno PULP PULPReoo
Reno Reoo Nov April 28 80tto Otto Lang Langas Lanas was In Instantly InslpntJy instgntly ¬
stantly killed today while at wrk w wOrkat rknt at the thesite
site 811 of the Truckce River GeneralElectrtc GeneralElectrtccompany GenEralElectr1ccompany Genc1alEiecti1ccompany
company near Verdi Nev by b a gen generator genrotor genorator ¬
rotor weighing 20000 pounds overturn overturning ocrlurnInJ overturnbig ¬
big InJ buryUig him beneath ItB massive xnapslvoweight maflslvowflght massiveweight
weight His body was literally smashed smashedto
to a pulp pulpU
U
refrigeratIon Owing Owin to the th > interest of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Missouri lU5 < ourl Pacific In the American Re Refrigerator RefrIgerator Refrigerator ¬
frigerator Transit coimmny it preferred preferredto
to use the oars < Iirt of the latter company al although although aithough ¬
though it did operate other cars and fur furnished furnished furnished ¬
nished Ice for such cars There 1her were werecomplaints werecomplnlnt werecomplaints
complaints of hich charges char CB for Icing the theprivate theprlvnte theprivate
private cars ars of the American Refrig Refrigerator ¬
I crater Transit company and also other othercars othfrI othercars
cars carsA carsA
I cal A C Bird BirdiR who is an officer ofn er of the Mis Missouri lis list ¬
souri Pacific and also an officer of time hc hcprivate heRefrigerator
t Refrigerator company had charge of the theI timeprivate
private cars on the railroad railroadThen railroaduThen railroadThen
I Then does he make the contracts with withhimself withhimself withhimself
himself asked Chairman Elkins Elkinsi Elkinsres
i Yes replied Mr Lincoln LincolnIt
It was announced that Mr tr Bird would wouldappear wouldI wouldappear wouldappear
I
appear before the committee committeeGeorge committeeGmrge committeeGeorge
George R Peck general counsel of the theI ttmeChieagoMilwaukee
I Chicago ChieagoMilwaukee Milwaukee St SL Paul road then thenwas thenWas thenwas
was heard by tho committee committeeREADY committeeREADY
READY FOR FOR FORTHE THE ENEMY ENEMYGeneral ENEMYGeneral ENEMYGeneral
General Linevitch Declares He Would WouldNot WouldNot VouldNot
Not Have Retreated RetreatedFrom RetreatedFrom RetreatedFrom
From Mukden MukdenGunsliu MukdenGunshu MukdenGunsimu
Gunsliu Pass April 2S SGeneral General Line Linevitch Llneitch Linevitcli ¬
itch granted an aninterYiew interview to the Asso Associated ASBOia1ed Assoelated ¬
elated Press at his headquarters here to today todlt today ¬
day dlt In the course of which he expressed expressedhimself expressedhimself expressedhimself
himself as highly satisfied with the pres present present present ¬
ent condition of or the Russian army and andits andiis andits
its readiness to assume the offensive offensiveHe
He manifested emphatic regret for the re retreat retreat retreat ¬
treat from Mukden The new comman commander commander commander ¬
der In chief believes that the peril to the thearmy thearmy
army arm at that juncture was overestimated overestimatedand
and that the day da was far from being lost lostwhen lostwl lostwhen
when wl en the retreat was ordered With his hiseyes hise hiseyes
eyes e gleaming with a great energy and andemphasizing nndemphaslzmg andemphasizing
emphasizing his words with a blow upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the camp table before him General Line Linevitch LlneItch Linevitch ¬
vitch Itch exclaimed e I would certainly not nothave nothave nothave
have retreated retrt > ated I realize that it is easy easynow easynow easypow
now to pass judgment upon accomplished accomplishedfacts
facts but nevertheless I repeat I would wouldHot wouldnot vouldnot
not have retreated retreatedI
ur I persuaded Kurouatkin to stand at atTie atDie atTie
Tie pass and we halted there for a time timeWe timey timeWe
We y could have remained but on account accountof
of the factions he considered it inexpedi inexpedient Inexpt > dl dlent ¬
ent and the retirement was contlnuea contlnueaAfter continuedAfter
After assuming command I pave avt the themn themna men menU
a days rest The Japanese Jap nese did not press pressus pressus pressus
us and could not do so as their condi condition condition condition ¬
tion was quite as bad as ours As for forthat forthat forthat
that unfortunate retirement itself any anyobserver anyobserver anyobserver
observer can convince himself that Its ussignificance ItsIgnitleance Itssignificance
significance and especially Its Influence Influenceupon Innuenceupon influenceupon
upon the army has been Industriously Industriouslyand Industrlousland
and greatly exaggerated > d by b the Japanese Japaneseand
and the foreign press The retreat was wasJn wasn wasfti
Jn n no sense in the nature of a complete completerout completerout completerout
rout proof roof of which Is evident > Ident in the thefact thetact thefact
fact that In less It > ss than a month after tho thoretreat thoretreat theretreat
retreat the two armies which were werethrown werethrown werethrown
thrown into confusion by the Japanese Japanesehad Japanesehad Japanesehad
had been collected and fully ful1 reorganized reorganizedThe eorsunlzedTho
The first army did not require this hav having havIng barlag ¬
ing retired In order orderPATHFINDER orderPATHFINDER orderPATHFINDER
PATHFINDER DAM PROJECT PROJECTSpecial PROJECTSpecia1 PROJECTSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldVashlngton HeraldWashington
Washington April 28 SSecretary Secretary Hitch Hitchcock Hltfhcock Hitchcock ¬
cock today authorized the advertising for forbids forbids forbide
bids for the construction of tho Path Pathfinder 1athflnder ath athfinder ¬
finder Sam am and auxiliary work at a point pointabout pointabout pointabout
about fifty miles southwest of Casper CasperWyo CasperVyo CasperWyo
Wyo The bids will be opened at tho thooffice thooffice theoffice
office of the reclamation service Chain Chamber Cbamber Chainber ¬
ber of Commerce building Denver at 2 2oclock 2oclock
oclock Thursday Thursda Jan 15 106 Work on onthis ont ontimid
this t hi S project which contemplates the Ir Irrigation Irrigation irrigation ¬
rigation of lands In Wyoming yomlnJ and Ne Nebraska Nehraska Nobrnska ¬
braska will be pushed with the utmost
dispatch
PATTERSON CASE CASEWEARING 8ASEi EASENEARINGTHEEND
i WEARING NEARINGTHEEND NEARINGTHEENDNo THE END ENDi
i No Evidence Will be Offered in Girls GirlsBehalf GirlsBehalf GirlsBehalf
Behalf BehalfLAWYERS BehalfLAWYERS BehalflAWYERS
LAWYERS ARE CONFIDENT CONFIDENTPROSECUTION CONFIDENTI
1
0 0I
PROSECUTION WILL SUM UP ON ONMONDAY ONMONDAY ONMONDAY
I
MONDAY MONDAYNEV MONDAYN MONDAYJEV
JEV E YORh April 28 SAltel After a day dayof dayof
NEV N
1 g of interesting developments both boththe boththe boththe
the prosecution and the defense defenserested defenserested efe eferested
rested in the case ea of Nan Patterson Patte on In Indicted indicted Indieted ¬
dicted for the alleged murder of Cae Caesar Caesar Caesar ¬
sar Young the th wealthy we 1th bookmaker al almost almost a atmmost ¬
most a year C1tl ago go The prosecution fin finished finished tinished ¬
ished its ca case e just before the adjourn adjournment adjoulnment adjournwent ¬
ment of the court and later Attorney AttorneyOReilly AttonleyOReilly AttorneyOReiily
OReilly of Counsel for Miss Patterson Pattersonnotified Pattersonnotified Pattersonnotified
notified the prosecution that his side sidewould sidewould sidewould
would submit no defense and would wouldrest woukIreRt wouldrest
rest on the contention that the state statehad stMtehud ststahad
had failed to make any an case e against againstthe againstthe againstthe
the defendant The plan had been un under under andee ¬
der consideration for some days but butwas butwas butisas
was only pnl decided > d upon at a conference conferencetoday conferencetoday
today between the counsel for Nan Pat Patterson Patt Patterson ¬
terson t rson and her aged father The 111 dod decision dodsbo ¬
sion sbo means the speedy < pt > ey conclusion of ofthe oftht oftiic
the > young youn womans third trial for the thesensational HtpI theseimsational
sensational tragedy tra edy on West est Broad Broadway Bruadwav Broadway ¬
I
way When Then the case is called dl 1 Mon Monj Mooday
j I day da to which hldl date the trial was nd ndI aoJjourned atijourned
I journed today toda Assistant District At Attorney Attorney ¬
torney Rand will immediately begin the thesumming thesumming thesumming
summing up of the case of the state stateBesides stateI stateBesides
I Besides this the succession of events eventsj eventswhich ventswhich
j which marked todays proceedings in ineluded itteluded
eluded the courts denial of a motion to todismiss todismiss
dismiss the indictment the testimony testimonyof testimonyof
of the prisoners sister Mrs 115 J Morgan MorganSmith MorganSmith IorgalSmit
Smith in which she made some inter interesting inttresting intereating ¬
esting statements but stood on her herright herright herright
right to refuse to answer questions questionson
on the ground that the answers might mightincriminate mightineriminate mightincriminate
incriminate her Mr II Rands promise promiseto
to quash the conspiracy indictments indictmentsagainstMrs indictmentsagalnst indictimientsagainst
againstMrs against Mrs Smith if she would an answer answer answer ¬
swer his questions and the protest of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the counsel of the defense to the court courtthat courtthat courtthat
that Sir 11 Rands merciless method of ofquestioning ofquestioning ofquestioning
questioning was badgering the wit witness witn uitfloss ¬
ness n ss and the rejection again by the thecourt tbecourt thecourt
court of the muchquoted letter of Mrs MrsSmith MrsSmith lrs lrsSmith
Smith to Young expressing fear as to tothe tothe tothe
the consequences if Young did not see seeher seeher seeher
her sister
EVIDENCE ALL IN
Mrs Smith Declined to Answer AnswerMany AnswerMany AnswerMany
Many Questions QuestionsXew QuestionXew QuestionsNew
Xew York April 28 28The The story told toldby toldb toldby
by b Mrs J Morgan organ Smith on the wit witness witness witness ¬
ness stand yesterday afternoon and andthe andthe smutthe
the prospect of her crossexamination crossexaminationby
by b counsel for the defense today toda served servedto
to intensify interest In the case ca of Nan NanPatterson NanPaUerson NanPatterson
Patterson who is now on trial In the thecourt thecourt I Icourt
court of general sessions charged with withthe withthe withthe
the murder of Caesar Young The ap appearance appearance appearance ¬
pearance of Mrs Irs Smith as a witness for forthe forthe forthe
the prosecution came In the nature of ofa ofa ofa
a surprise to the defense Mr 11 Levy has hassaid hasI hassaid
said He professed to be very well sat satisfied satisfied satisfied ¬
I isfied with the move however and said saidi saidthat I Ithat
i that crossexamination of the witness witnesswould witnesswould witnesswould
would afford him an opportunity to toplace toplace toplace
place before the jury evidence which whichcould whichcould whichcould
could not be produced in any an other way wayHe wayHe wayHe
He also believes he said that the di direct direct direet ¬
rect testimony of Mrs Smith has only onlyserved onlvserved onlyserved
served to strengthen the case of the theprisoner th thprisoner theprisoner
prisoner as it supports in many Impor Important Important Important ¬
tant details the testimony given by byMiss b bIIS8 byMiss
Miss IIS8 Patterson herself at the last trial triala
a portion of which was read to the jury juryyesterday juryyesterday juryyesterday
yesterday
Would Not Answer AnswerIn
In the course of his examination Mr MrHand MrRand MrRand
Rand asked Mrs Smith if she had pos possessed possessed possessed ¬
sessed all the Information she has tes testified testified testitled ¬
tified to in this trial all the time since sinceshe sinceshe sinceshe
she left New York last June Mrs MrsSmith MrsSmith Irs IrsSmith
Smith replied that she would like to an answer answer anwer ¬
swer the question but feared It would wouldtend wouldtend wouldtend
tend to degrade and incriminate her AS ASshe asshe a ashe
she is under indictment for conspiracy conspiracyThe conspiracThe
The prosecutor then th n promised that it Ifshe itshe Itshe
she would answer he wouldmove would move next nextMonday nextMonday nextMonday
Monday to quash the indictment indictmentagainst indictmentagainst indictmentagainst
against her but shq smechined JiJIJ flecllned to do so soContinu soContinuedoPage
Continu ContinuedoPage d oiJ Page 2
PACIFIC PACIFICBUILDING BEGINS BEGINSBUILDING BEGINSBULD1NG
BUILDING FROM SALT LAKE LAKEGang LAKEG8 LAKEGag
Gang G8 g of Men r en Starts Work of Grading Gradingat at Ninth NinthSouth NinthSouth NinthSouth
South and Sixth Si th West Streets StreetsSpur StreetsSpuris StreetsSpuris
Spur Spuris is to be Constructed J to Connect Rio RioGrande Grande With Material MaterialYards MaterIalYards MaterialYards
Yards West of City CityBond Bond Issue Already AlreadyOversubscribed AlreadyOversubscribed AlreadyOversubscribed
Oversubscribed
erOAL CT uAL work on the Western Pacific Pacificw lacIflcrsalrod
A rsalrod 1141 that i8 tu conR8Ct S Sit lt Lake Lakewttk Lakeimith
w wttk tk S Sa 551 H Kranclseo besan in Salt SaltLafce SaltLake SaltLake
Lake yesterday although tb the work ork w wdene wU wUdoae waSdone
done ter It the th Rio > Grande W Western st rn and on onRk onRIo onRio
RIo Grand Western fltern cround The fact facttfctu tactt facttaL
tfctu t at a amain spur was being run out from the thentaia
in intfe IIItlM hitthe I
Rio Grand Western
main mal line of the
tfe the direction of the lake where th thWestern the tRWWestern
Western V tern Pacific track hM k been located locatedbecame locatedIue ioctedbecamne I
became Iue known early earl In the day It gave gaverts gCrI gaverise
rts rI rise to all kinds of reports > i Auti < nd Ml arous arousmore amused arouatjiJAore amusednore
more enthusiasm enthus um than has b been en n seen In Inbait int inSalt
bait t Lake for months monthsAt monthLAt
At 7 oclock in tao morning a gang or orfiftyseven orfjttYEeTen Offiftyseven
fiftyseven Greeks under th the direct au aupprvteion sul 5Ulvison
pprvteion l f > ryMion of AssittHnt Engineer Jrank I rank E KBaxter EBaxter E13514w
Baxter began grading ra i at Nmth Iath South am amSixih and andSlxh andStxt
Sixih West etl streets < trtt Tin grade was for fora
a spur to be run from ruin th the nain line Un of ofthe ortbe ofthe
the Rio Grand Gral df > Western ftern In a north northwesterly northWft northwesterly ¬
westerly Wft < trv direction di tion No N one was in a po position 50sttkn 0 0sUttm ¬
sition 10 l say how far this spur would oukl ouklbtlUt be bebttiit bebuilt
built or want the objective point Is al although althoush i ithosak ¬
though everyone is ready read to concede that thatit thatIt thatIt
it is the connecting link between bet Wf en the Rio RioGrand RioGanM RioGrande
Grand Western and the Western Pacific Pacificthan Pacificth Pacificthat
than th t t is i to run to the th material yard yardOf yar yardsof a aof
Of the Vestern estern Pacific to be located locatedat
at some point just west of thi this city Over Overthis Overt Overtbi
this tbi amir material a arS at equipment will be beruahexlfrom benibed
ruahexlfrom nibed rein the lUo t Grande gra r rtlt system wh whthe whea wheathe
the tlt mat work of buiklinsr the Western WesternPacitic Ve 9trl 9trlPacific t rn rnPacific
Pacific betnMr be1nsMr berine berineMr
Mr Welby Speaks With Care CareThe CareThe CareThe
The Western etrtern Pacific will ill be built builtthere builttbere builttbre
there I Is no doubt of that in my m mind mindrtetendent mindSatierthtendent
Satierthtendent rtetendent A E Welby said You YounrstaiMl YOUsIerstsn4
nrstaiMl that no person niOn in Salt Lake Lakh Lake1M
h 1M In a It position JJOS tlon to speak officially on this thisswUJeet tbiF8bjeeL thissubject
subject Mr Ir Jeffery JeCfer Is th the man to gIve gtveout glV glVout gIveout
out official news about the Western estern Pa Pacific PAdfic Patiric ¬
cific and he h Is in New let York All we wecan wtcan wec
can c n 80 Is to obey ob + o orders and await de developments devclogmenU tieyeloumeuts ¬
velopments We Ve e have been ordered to tobIM tobaltd tobuild
build this spur out from theuwln theJ in line to toconnect toCORnect t tcoanect °
connect with Ith the Western fStern Pacific Men MensWat j jmust I
must draw their own conclusions as to towhat j jwhat I Iwhat
what that means meansa meansCensinuing I ICondnlling
Condnlling the snbject and speaking In ina j
a more general way Wit S SI Superintendent VCI VCIby
by said saidit id idIt
I ft It certainly looks good ood for Salt Lake Lakjust Lakejust LakeJust
just now Mr Gould and Mr Jeffery Jefferyhave Jefferyhave 1
have removed remofI > d all n doubt as to the building buildingof
of the Western estern Pacific This Thls111 will give giveSalt giveSail gteSalt
Salt Lake J ake direct communication with San SanFrancisco SanFrandsoo SanFrancisco
Francisco which will always be the great greatof greatIfeaport greatseaport
seaport on the Pacific e0eQt at nu value valueof valueof
of this to Salt Lake and to I Ptab tab can cannot canQt cannot ¬
not Qt be overestimated Mr Ir Jeffery has hasclfic haSsent hassent
sent word that work on the Vetttern Pa Pacific Paclflc
clfic proper is to begin immedlatly This Thism Thismft Thismay
m mft may y mean thirty thirt or sixty days but it itateo itai80 italso
also means that there will 111 be no delay delayAfter delayArter delayAfter
After the meeting m tln iu New York on Mon Monday Menday MondRY ¬
day for the election of new directors an anofficial allofficil sItoffiesl
official statement will be given Ien oat and andthen andthen andthen
then all doubt d ubt will be removed 1 expect expectto xpoctto
to see atoef Mr Jeffery out here soon after tRW tfcemeeting tlifmeeting tRWmethmg
meeting
SaiwrfnteiMient Welbygc Ve1b attention wa wata was WIUIm wasi1ed
i1ed ta h tb UtSf iUt it t that tw twtlfttyftve twtlfttyftveArloads twentyfivecarloads ntyftve ntyftvecarloadB
carloads of steel sf a Ps rails t11 were On tm th the way wayo wayout wayout
o out t from 1romPuebtu Pueblo 10 l lf > e used Mivth j km tite cow vomrstruction cowstnmctlon 0 0struetlon
struction of the tit Western W tern Paclfttr PaclfttrThat P PelftThat f > ftC ftCThat
That is i a mistake mf take h he v said ld I know kmxwof knoowof knowof
of no steel rails being ing shipped west from fromPuettlo fromPublo frontPtieto
Puettlo except twcntyfiV tvcnhf fi carloads of ofiHxiiHl ofpound ij ijpound
pound rails for the th Bamberger Bamber er road No Norailshave NoraUslmve Norailshave
railshave lx IHfn on ordered ord rtd or shipped for the theWestern theeetern theVesIern
Western eetern Pacific PacificHeavy PacificHeavy PacificHeavy
Heavy Rails For the Rio Grande GrandeThe GrandeTht GrandeThe
The sur ulerintoot < rint4 > ndent > nt also als denied all allknowledge allknowledge I
knowledge kllowl t of plaits pl tuS to retMuae work on onthe onthe onthe
the Salina cutoff cutoffI
1 would ould know if any move of that thatkind thatkind thatkind
kind w were re on f foot < n > i hut I have ha VI not heard heardof Ilea rd rdr
I
of r It h he said I am e4mvlnesd < > O mvin ed that thin thinr thi thirpnrl thisreport
r report port is also HIS prnnlUs > rToti mis We are putting puttingin HlHln HlHlnIn
in Xapound rails and lakine out the It ItHuRd < otsmued wi > i iixtund
ixtund rails on a stretch of thirty miles milesof mileRof milesof
of the main lint the other std side of Price Prfcbut Prt Prtbut Pricebitt < <
but tb tIW Salina cutoff proje project t is if just justwher justwher justwhere
wher < it has been for some time pat patSuperintendent Pit pastSuperintendent > t tS
Superintendent S rintnd n Welby tI y returned returnt > d fn frum frumDenver ruin ruinDenver m ml
l Denver > nvr accompanied at omPMied by Chief Engineer EngineerE En n fr frI
E J 1 yard Thursday ni night cbt b He was at athte athis
fit olat
I his post of duty d yU yesterday r while hn Engineer KnjclneerYard EngineerYard t c cII
Yard was w o looking after fh r the th construction constructionof
II of the Western Pacific pur Work ork on onthte onthis oilthis
this proje sroiet + > tt t will 1 be M > r resumed s med with R larger largerforce Jarg largerforce r rforce
force today and th nr dictipn r is mad madon madfoft madeon
on all II sWe 11 that lively times arc just justah ju justmshes4l t tahfad
ah ahfad a < l for the theAnxious th entire wt able of the cit citAnxious clty cltyAnxious
Anxious to Get Bonds BondsKo BondsI
Ko n aUiiliorxl in infrlnatIn format inn would be beWestern beYt bsgiven
I given Yt n out ysaturtisy tolho in r relation litn t to the theWestern theWestern
Western PacIfic Pad b land M d issue Superinten Superintendent Sup Superintendent rint n nIt ¬
dent It Welby received > d advks3 adv C4ls from lent the theeast tht theeast
east to the tl effect ffft that the subscriptions subscriptionsran UbrhIUQIS UbrhIUQISrn
ran rn over JMWuflOOOO 1I and that no subscriber subscriberwould 8ubrIbr 8ubrIbrwould subscriberwould
would tion Ho HoI ret o more mo than thn half bf his hi subscrip subscription tubcrlp tubcrlpHo subecripThe ¬
tionThe
I The Th bonds bnds will wi be 1 iue issued isu d two or three threepoints tbreepnts threepoints
points pnts below blow par pr They are al redeemable redeemableI leemble leembleI
I I at MS M l4 and bear bar 5 per pr c cnt cent m interest interest The Theinterest Te TeI Theinterest
I interest intet is i guaranteed garantee by Denver Drver Rio RioGrande RioGrne RioGrarmde
Grande Grne and Rio Grande Western Vet rn jointly jointlyj jinty jintyaD jointlyamid
j and aD severally vern as is also a sinking sinkln fund fundRio fun fundItto
Rio Ri Grande Western also guarantees cuaanttO that thatif thatif thatml
if the th sgenoea 5d 10 00000 is i not sufficient suffcent to build buildthe buid buidthe buildtime
the road rod it will n take tke junior junir securities seurte to toa toa toa
a sufficient sufficent amount to complete cmplet it itHARRIMAN I IHARRIMAN itHARRIMAN
HARRIMAN GIVES REASONS REASONSSays REASONSSays REASONSSays
Says Union Pacific Stock Should be beincreased beIncreased beIncreased
increased 100000000 100000000The
The Interest interet of the railroad rirod world la lacentered i8centere i icentered
centered centere in the Union nion Pacific Pacfc stock stockholders stok stokholder stockhokiers ¬
holders holder meeting meetng to be b held in Salt Slt Lake IkeAt Lakeat Lakeat
at noon next Friday Frday May 5 The prop proposition propI proposition ¬
osition oitin to be l voted upon up at that tht time timeis tme tmeis timeis
is the issuance Isuance of 100000000 1000 worth of ofpreferred ofpreferr ofpreferred
I preferred preferr stock stok The feelng feeling Is general generalthat generl generlthat generalthat
that the struggle between K H Harri arri
man mn on the one side and Gould Hill HillMorgan HillMorgan
Morgan Morgn and Rockefeller Rokefeler on the other otherwill otberwUl otherwill
will reach rech a climax clima in this meeting meetingThe mtn meetingThe
The outcome is awaited awaie with deep in interest interest interest ¬
terest and this interest inter t is confined eonfne to tono tono
no section secton of the country and to no norailroad n norailroad I
railroad ratrod system systemIn j ptem ptemIn
In a signed si ned statement statem t addressed addre ed to tothe tothe tothe
the stockholders stokholder of the cwnpany elpn Pres President Pre President ¬
ident Harriman Hariman says saysOf sys sysOf saysOf
Of the 18000000 00 first frt Hen len convert convertible convertiblE convertible ¬
ible bonds bnds originally origina1y issued Isue by b your yourcompany yourcompany our ourcompny
54255000 hai haie been
company compny 5255t haw convert converted ¬
ed up to date into common stock stok and an it itis itis itis
is assumed asumed that the remainde remainder will willlikewise wi willlikewise
likewise lkewise be converted cOInerted before May 1 11 lO lOFixed 6 6Fixed
Fixed charges hevethereby been great greatly greatly ¬
ly 1 diminished and the equity behind behindthe behindthe behindthe
the preferred stock correspondingly corrspndingly in increased increused increased ¬
creased and with wih the enhanced credit creditof creit creitof
of your our company the market merket value of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the preferred stock stok is i i and for some somemonths somemonths somemonths
months has ha been ben about par x This sltu
Tokio Toko April Aprl 2S 25Count Count Okuma leader leaderof
of the progressive progreive party and former for foreign foreign forelgn ¬
eign minister addressing ddreslng today the com committee cm cmmitee coinmittee ¬
mittee mitee of the progressive progreive party pt appointed appointedto
to t succor the wounded wounde estimated estmat the thenumber thenumber timenumber
number of 0 wounded and sick as a result resultof reul
of the th < Wr war at t 200000 10 to 300J lOGJiO 0 and the thenumber tbenumber thenumber
number of killed or who died dl ef f di dle diease ase at atio000
50000 50 The count warned warne the people to be beprepared beprepared beprepared
prepared for a lengthy vrar wjr and expressed expressedthe expreud expreudthe
the hope that tat a continuance cOltnuauc of the strug struggle strugJe struggb ¬
gle gb Je would not affect tli tl time national natona send sentiment Snt sendmeat ¬
meat men Nothing 1otllnl he added adde should houl shake shaketheir shketheir shaketheir
their resolution resoluton to continue cOIUn e the war He Hocriticised Hecltcisd Hecriticised
criticised cltcisd the th national natonal dlpt dIplnmaey l tmaeoy raaey express expressing pxpt expresslag ¬
lag InS the opinion 01lnlol that efficient tclent and timely tmeY
ation atln enables enable the company epny to pursue pursuethe pur pursuethe
the wise wis an snd conservative cnsnraUve policy pUlY whMi whMirequires whllrequir wii i irequires
requires requir that tht a corporation crprti whenf whefv whefvpble whenrve whenrvepossible > ve vepossible
possible should sfold finance fnace at least a part partof partof partof
of pble its capital cplt requirements reuiremetsplaU reuiremetsplaUsuch requlrementsespecIalI requlrementsespecIalIsuch especlallr especlallrsuch
such asaris as ars arise in connection connetIon with wih the tlieacquisition theacquiition tlzeacquisItion
acquisition acquiition of stocks stOk of other compa companies compa companlethrough companiesthrough ¬
nies nlethrough niesthrough through the issue iSe of stock stok rather ratherthan rter rtertha ratherthan
than tha through the creation creton of fixed fe in interest i interest ¬
terest teet bearing bln obligations oblgtos The advan advantages adv advantages ¬
tages tge of such a policy pley are obvious obdou and ajidwill ad adwi andwill
will wi inure to the benefit of the te holders holdersof holder
of both common a a and d preferred prefere stock In Inthat in P Pthat
that the creation cret of additional addiUon bonded bondedIndebtedness bond bondedindebtedness
Indebtedness inebtene ranking rnkng and ad carrying carryingfixed carng carryingfixed
fixed charges chage ahead abed of the stock stoc may maybe mayb maybe
be b avoided avoide and ad the credit creit and ad position positionof psiton psitonor
of the company compny further advanced avanced Your Yourcompany Yourcompny Yourcompany
company compny moreover morfyer will Il be b placed plae la laa in ina
a a position pition admitting amittng in i due time tme of a amore a amore
more mre liberal lberl attitude atttude toward towad the te dis distribution d distributlon ¬
tribution trlbutio of Kg it surplus srlus income incomeAs incomeAs incomeAs
As the common cmmon share sbae capital capia 3iag 3iagbeen ha habee iiabeen
been bee and will wi be b further added aded to by bythe bythe bythe
the conversion converon of the convertible cnvertble bonds bondsyour bondour bondsyour
your our directors diretor are of the te opinion opiion that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the common commn stock stok should sould not In the thenear the theenesr >
near ne future be b still stl further increase tcrasij incraithey i ithey
they do however consider it prudent prudentthat prdert prderttbat Prudertthat
that your our company compny should sould prepare at atthis ot otUls itthis
this Uls time tme to finance fnae coming comig reauire reauirements reQu reqiremonts
ments mnt through issue of preferred prefere stock stockat stoc stockat
at par when whe practicable ptce to an a extent extentreestablishing MCt MCtreetabl eictetreestabl
reestablishing reetabl reestabl ishing hing the formerly formery existire existireproportion eltrg existir existirproportion
the common ani anipreferred anLDreferred
proportion proprtin between btween omon j
preferred Dreferre stock stockYour sto stockYour
Your directors dietot therefore therefoe recom recommend rer recortamend ¬
mend mnd the te creation creton of an a additional aditonal Is Issue Issue Insue ¬
sue of preferred preerre stock sto equal equa In every everyrespect eyr everyrespect
respect repect to the preferred prefere stock stok at pros present pe prosant ¬
ant et outstanding outstnding and ad to that tt end have havecalled haecale havecalled
called cale a special spial meeting metng of the stock stockholders stoc stoelholders ¬
holders hlders to convene at the te office ome of < r the thecompany tLecomp thecompany
company comp at Salt Sl Lake Le City Ct Utah Ut on onthe 01 onthe
the te 5th day of May M y 1905 19 for or the te pur purpose purp parpose ¬
pose p of authorizing an a Increase Incres of the thepreferred th thprefene theprefered
preferred prefene capital cpitl stock stok by the amount amountof amoutt amouttor
of SlOOOQOOO 110 and its it issuance i8uace fron frontime fron frortime
time tme to t time tme as a needed nee thus thu maklrs maklrsthe marg margthe mnakir mnakirthe
the authorized authoize capital cApitl stock stok of f the tLacompany tL thecompany
company compny S17S 3 31617S7OI 17S70 7 consisting coni Ung of of000OGO 200 il
000000 10 of preferred prefere stock stOk and 19 191 19gU 17 En Enof 7n3 7n3of 7n 7nof
of common COIJn stock sto By order orer o or the thaboard te tehord theboard
board hord of directors directorsKERR directorsKERR directorsKERR
KERR GOES TO SAN PEDRO PEDRONewspaper PEDRONewspaper PEDRONewspaper
Newspaper Man is Made Traveling TravelingPassenger Travelng TravelngPasserger TravelingPassenger
Passenger Passerger Agent AgentKenneth AgentKemieth AgentKenmieth
Kenneth C CKeb Kerr has been n appoint appointtraveling a appoit ilpl e1 e1Irsveiing
traveling p paiteriafor aftcrr Vfflr fm for the < ii iiLake t tLake 11 11I
Lake Lee rwtte and an will wJ am assume his It Is duties dutiesMonday Jut d of ifS ifSMonday cs csMonday
I Monday He will wl have Ave jurisdiction jurkton jurktonUtf OYI OYIUtah ov ovUtah
Utah Utf Octon 08uuh Mafeo J4 Wyoming WyomingporUonjLof a aportO t tportJo <
porUonjLof portO portJo o of Montana Up p to o this thi tn tnJ ti tirJ < < >
J HI < fVfSftfiderAeld efld emfield hatf b 9ec traveling travelingpa trapI trapIl travelir
r pa Kft and l freight freit igent edt t in th thterritory tht t 1 m mterritory
territory t He will wi now noW be b freight fright ag agJt agJtalole j itile t taione
alole aloleFew aione aioneFew tile tileFew
Few men n in the west wet have bp a uM uMacquaintance v iI iIacquaintance 1 1acqualntantp <
acquaintance among railroaders rilroadfrs tlu tluMr tw tw11r tlm tlmMr
Mr 11r Kerr He was a railroader riroder hini himi iif
f
Kenneth C Kerr Kerrfor Kerrfor Kerrfor
for several severl years year before bfore taking tang up upnewspaper upnewspaper p pnewsppr
newspaper newsppr work He has h had ha charge chargeof
of the railroad rirod news on the te Salt Sal Lake IakeTribune Le LeTribune LakeTribune
Tribune for fo the te past pt fifteen ftten years year or orI ormore
I I more and a during durng all al that tme time has ha kept kepti
i I In close touch tou < h with wit the doings doing of the therailroad te terairod therailroad
railroad rairod world worldHis worldHis worldHis
His headquarters hequarters will il b > e in Salt SaltLake SaltLke SaltLake
Lake Lke but of necessity ne ity his duties dute will willcall wil wilcl wiltcall
call cl him out of town f a large lage portion pron off offthe 0 0th othe
the th time timeOTHER tme tmet timeOTHER
t OTHER LINES MUST HURRY
San Pedro Cuts the Time From FromChicago FromChicag FromChicago
Chicago Chicag West WestThe WestTh WestThe
The Th San S Pedro Pe is i already arey making makng its itsInfluence is isintuene itsinfluence
Influence felt fel on o passenger p ngQ travel tYfl bf bftween b btween hetween
intuene tween Chicago ChkS and al southern ster California CaliforniaThe Clornia CaliforniaThe
The Te Los Lo Angeles Anele Express Expres has ha the te fol following Id Idbiting ¬
on the subject subjectWhen subjectWhen
lowing to say th subjt subjtuYhtm
1 s
When the tourist season aan o Ins opens ens next nextfield nextwinter nextwinter
winter the S San Per Pedro Lo Los Angeles AngelesSalt ele
Salt Ll Lake rirod railroad wil will b e In tl the field fieldsratetl feld ftelavth
vth a limited train r that t will be operatee operateewithout sratetl sratetlwithoutcnanse
withoutcnanse without i o tl change e between w Los l1g Angeles r and andChicago andChicago
Chicago It I has ha not been n decided deide yet yetwhether yetwhether rt rtwhther
whether Cfic the service srvice shall shal be b faster than thanthe Ulanthe titanthe
the whther Santa Snt F Fe limited lmite now operating oprtng be between betwetn between ¬
tween the same se connections connectionsSanta connens connectionsSanta
Santa th Fe Headquarters aquer admit that thatthe thatte thatthe
the latest latet transcontinental trntnent competitor compttor Is IsIn IsIn isin
te In an excellent txcellt position piton to reduce reuce the thetime thetJme thetime
time between btwen here and an Chicago Chicao but the theContinued te teContnued theContinued
Continued Contnued on Page 2
JAPANESE PEOPLE PEOPLEWARNED WARNED TO BE BEPREPARED BEPREPARED
PREPARED FOR A LENGTHY WAR
diplomatic diplomatc skill ski would oul have have prevented prevente the theRussian te teRusian theRussian
Russian Rusian squadron suadron from coming to the te far fareast ta taeat fareast
east eastThe eat eastThe
The count cunt also als expressed exp the belief bJe that thatthe tat thatthe
the occasion oaion for great get battles bttes had disap disappeared dap dapptre disappeared ¬
peared It I was as possible Dible to support supprt th tharmy t1 the thearmy
army arm ptre throughout thrughout the remainder remaer of te tewar tbewar thewar
war with wih the 7760ft000 1iO derived derive from war wartxes wartaxes wartaes
taxes taes und the speaker urged ure a continu continuance cntnu cntnuance continumince ¬
ance of an national natol economy enomy and ad frugality frugalityCount frgaity frgaityCount frugalityCount
Count Okuma Okw ascribed astb the success succes of ofJapan orJapan ofJapan
Japan to a constitutional cnttutnl government gverment anl anlcompulsory al alcmpulsry ii iicompulsory
compulsory cmpulsry education eucatD After Atte the national nationalwar natona natonawar nationalwar
war national natonal patriotism ptrioim should shud direct dt po political po political ¬
litical lticl improvement ImpemPt in education eucton morals moralsliterature morlg morlglterture moralsliterature
literature lterture and all al that tht pertains ports to en enlightenment ¬
and civilization
lightenment Ughtement cvUzton

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