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2 THE SALT LAKE Lfl HERALD TUESDAY MAY Ii Y 2 1905 ioo
POINTED THE GUN GUNAT GUNAT GJJNAT
AT HIM FOR FUN FUNAlbany FUNAlbany i iI iAlbany I
1 1Aeeident
Albany Girl Killed Her
Employer by byAccident byAccident y
Accident AccidentTHOUGHT AccidentTHOUiHT
1
1 I 1I
THOUGHT IT WAS EMPTY EMPTYVICTIM EMPTYVICTIM EMPTYVICTIM
VICTIM LEAVES A WIFE AND1 AND1TWO AND ANDTWO ANDTWO
TWO CHILDREN CHILDRENAllvtny CHILDRENI
Allvtny I lny N Y May Ma JHanklia nanklla Ha Hav Uasecrttary iI iII
I v > secretary of the Albany board of ofinsurance ofusurance ofI
insurance I usurance underwriters was W shot ii t by byUs byi byJLdia
Us i Julia Craver a clerk in his employ employt emplot
t i L in his office and Ud died soon after afterird alterd fter fterr
d ird r Miss M fiS6 ne Craver who 1 Is under arrest arreatPCTS arrestfr
PCTS fr 1 s that the shooting was wa accidental accidentali
i 0 snys MI I Y s that she pointed the revolver revolverHIJI revolverjl
HIJI I jl II was as the property of the Havens Havensfi Havensftk
ftk fi f for a long time at him In a spirit 8I s rit lrlto
01 0 fun t as s he was iai as entering en entb rtnr ng the room He Heha HeI
hai ha I tiM tI t her she asserts > that the w weap weapfljt ap apDU aPlHo
DU was not notJoaded loaded and she declares deeIar that thatsix thatEll thatp
six Ell Bulled p z1Id the trigger three times before beferetli
tli U weapon L1Hn exploded An examination examinationoi
oi o ilif II i pistol pi > lQI confirms this tbl statement statementMr
Mr 11 Havens H a ens was as 35 years old comes oC oft oCIll
t well Ill I known family tamll was married and andtjir andHlf andt4t
tjir t4t fttliT f t r of two children Miss Craver Craverwno CraverllfJ
wno llfJ is h is also well connected connectedFIRST connt1tedCD connectedFIRST
CD CDFIRST
FIRST REGULAR REGULARTRAIN REGULARTRAI REGULARTRAIN
TRAIN TRAI N STARTS STARTSContinued STARTSContinued STARTSContinued
Continued from Page 1 1cTiTib 1lTb 1 1C
cTiTib C lTb 1 through the Cajon pass and the therpt thep
rpt 1 iffjt p of day will se see the train well wellcit eU eUt
cit t 4 on 1 the t new construction east of oCC D Dctt Des Desan
ctt C n and an J whirling alons aloll over the sage saseJ oe oed
J < d 1 tiesert tiesertr
I r tiir tiJre t re hundred passengers Srs are soak J soakii k kL
5 L this ii first trip over th t line So far farr
r < rtjHrt l rt t has been on time to a a dot and andr
r o I first train on any railway system systemevr systemn
evr n C r made Its initial move with greater greateritc
itc a uraey uJC LC3 or with a more extended volume volumegid volumet
t gid id wishes from the people of its UsttlT
11 ttlT 1 u ury territory territoryAmong terrltolJAmong
Among nong the passengers is General At Atf
f < nv 1 1 y C O Whittemore wh who sees in intrain illtrain int
t train the realization of what for fort forars
c t ars rs could hardly be classed as ev e i a aurcani
urcani n din Ifl Division Superintendent Thomas Thomasiien ThomasHn
iien Hn 1 Is also with the train to smooth smoothi
i it t any possible pO 5lble rough spots In its oper operation OJera or ora ¬
ation a + lJn i With th the meeting of the east and anduetbound 3ndestbound andetboun1
uetbound trains at noon tomorrow the theentire thertirc
entire f t1re length of the Mormon trail will willI
I > c I paralleled pLralLt kl by b an active railway rAna and a at aft at I
ft t line between Utahs metropolis so soc IOtll1 o oi
c i f u tll1 n 1 projected and so often failure failurerr failurehd
rr irkad hcJ will be a fact settled te endure endurethrough endureU
through U ugh ih all ages es yet to come comeNEW comeNEW comeNEW
NEW MEN ON DECK DECKOfficials DECKOffic DEC DECOfficials <
Officials Offic als Who fho Will Handle Business BusinessFor BusinessFor
For the Salt Lake Route RouteTramp RouteTraffip RouteTr
Tramp Tr fli agents for the western divi divis
s a i c of > f the Salt Lake Route were in insLtlled inii
sLtlled 5 Lllld yesterday yt eterda3und terda tmd uid at once o took up uptheir upthi uptilr
their thi r duties of hustling business for forthe forth forl1C
the th > rew r ew road The following appoint appointjnfiits appolnt11fnts appoInt31tS
jnfiits and changes are announced to tohave tolue toI
have I t e taken pltyce pl e at the opening of ofpa
pa 1 3 < enger eiig r traffic on the line Robert RobertiM
I iM Dowell Taylor Ta lor who has been com comttvviiI comagent
ttvviiI 3 LI agent with headquarters in inLrs inL inIAS
Lrs L < s Angeles igeIes has been appointed con confitting oont eonIr
fitting t Ir uting tizig freight agent in Los Angeles AngelesII An etes etesII
II is j succeeded as commercial agent agentLy agentlty
Ly 1 E E J Edwards formerly agent at atPi atrmona atJS
Pi rmona rmonaIIHry JS mona monaIlerry
Ilerry Gentry Gent city ticket agent lent at atS atflerriardino I IRT
S RT vi Bernardino has been appointed appointedf
f rrral H11 traveling passenger agent with withli Uh UhIV1dquarters
li alquartors 1 i luarters in Los Ang A Angeles i s and E EE
17 1 trandall becomes general baggage baggagergont bassageb
rgont b < nt or the new road with offices in inL inL
1 L > Angeles AngelesJ
J J M Greaves city cit ticket agent at atf atS atB
f S i Bernardino B and George G e L L Haven Havenof Havenflutt
of J Butt Mont will be brought to toTOS toJ toios
TOS J os Angeles ge1es to act as assistant city cityt cfh cfht
t KC Mt t t agents fl5 < and W W H Bean agent agentt
rt t Ontario t Lriu has been promoted depot depotti
ti t ft t agent at Los Angeles AngelesT AngeJ AngeJF
T P ii Bowes Bo s of St Louis goes to toSvui toRm toF
Svui Bernardino B < > rnardlno as city passenger and andIrilsht anddht andit
Irilsht dht it agent J H Burtner becomes becomesnmevciul becomesmuclf
< nmevciul muclf 11 1 4 al agent at Riverside B P Pu PC PI
C I u i agent at Ontario takes a like likeT likeTCl
T TCl > < p Ttion lIci lli at it Pomona being succeeded succeededLv
Lv 1 G i Li Clayton of Los Angeles AngelesMay An eJes eJesMay
1 May Have Reached a Truce TruceX
X w v York May 1 Possibility of oft ortT
t tT I able bJt > between the Great Northern NorthernA
41 A Tnibn t LO1I Pacific interests has been beenit
f it t < 3 according to Wall aU street str re rets reY rets
Y ts today Toy b the formation of a aatt ab aLtt
b att Ltt tt to t take over the Union Pa Pac
I c s hldings of Northern Securities Securities1J SecuritiesStOCk
a 1J pary < 11y stock stockA stocklrding
F A ording to the report the syndicate syndicateutter syndkateder
utter der the leadership of the First Firsttioiial Firsttio Firstbank
tioiial tio 1al bank of New ew York YOl and the theri theI
I 7 ri il e to be paid is I5t per share In InEitlfl Init
2 Iition it to taking over the stock the theRV the1i
RV li 1 ate is to guarantee uarantee that en enr enhmeuts enhrneiits
r hments will not be made in Union UnionI UntonHk
I I Sfi Hk Ii territory by the Northern Pa PaH Palfl Paor
lfl H or Great Northern NorthernRailroad NortheryRailroad NortherRailroad
Railroad Notes Notesisncral NotesjTlrral NotesPassenger
isncral Passenger Pas en er Agent A eftt D E Bur Burlf Burif
1 lf if T of the n Oregon Or on Short Line arrived arrivedJ arrivedfromSan
J n i1 I from fromSan San Francisco yesterday yesterdayiirning yesterdaynrning yesterdayrrig
iirning iirningJ
J 1 A McKay d ay has a t taken ken a position as ast ast
t 8 1t1apl1 rupi r operator under Freight and andvnger andl1gr andicr
vnger icr Agent Moore in the local localt l l4t
t > 4t r t office offi e of the Salt Lake Route Itoutehr RouteThf RouteThf
Thf hr Rio fl Grande Western has out outy a ac aC
c y lolder giving an account of the thenrrTTy themrIfY there
nrrTTy re Around the Circle Jre1e and pre preTU preL peeag
TU L ing ag some fine views of some of the thev theiiiteresting
v st interesting intere ting points For this thisour thisI
our JI I the sightseer has the choice of ofT ofrntes I
4 T > routes rntes pne n being beiD from Denver to toS tolrton
I S erton via ia the Denver Rio Grande GrandeXlvtrton GrandeiIton I
I Xlvtrton ten to Ouray via Ja the t Rainbow RamoowL1te RainbowKfute
I Kfute L1te and the theOuray Ouray stage line thenee
leturning z to Denver through t1rou gh t theBlack theBlackcanyon the heBfle Black Blackcanyon k katoycn
canyon of the O QfinlliSOll niiiao and Jiaoer over Mar Marshall Mttrshall r rshan ¬
shall pass on the th other route the thefrom l thebeautiful e ebeautiful
beautiful Rio Gl8n Grunthf tf Southern rai1rtd rai1rtdfrom l d dfrom
from Durango Duran o to Ridgway Is so sotuted SU1iSIA SU1iSIAtuted 35f 35ftuted
tuted for the Silverton and Oura Oura1 trip tripL trfpL tripL
L G Sloanwag Sloan was U at his new post as asassistant uassistant 5 5assistant
assistant superintendent of the Rio RioGrande RioGrande RioGiande
Grande Western W tern yesterday morning morningGeorge morningGeorge morningGeorge
George Geiger who he succeeded su eeded left leftfay leftlot
fay 91 the th east to take hi His new position posit as asdivision asdiisjon asdivision
division superintendent of the C H HD ED IID
D In Cincinnati CincinnatiB
B F House HouseConnerly formerly locating en engineer engineer engrneer ¬
gineer for the Oregon Short Line but butnow butnow butnow
now In the employ of the Western Pa Paciac Paelite PacIc
elite is planning to take a locating locatingp locatingJttrty locatingparty
p party rty out over the proposed propo line from fromthfe fromthl5 frontthis
this end He is in the city clt for the thepurpose thepurftose thepurpose
purpose it is said of organizinga OIg nizin a party partyhere partyhere
here to start over the route Mr MrHouse MrHouse Ir IrBouse
House refuses to discuss the matter matterTwo matterTo matterTwo
Two changes took place on the Rio RioGrande RioGrande RioGrande
Grande Western yesterday E R RHunt PoHunt It ItBunt
Hunt who has been traveling freight freightagent freightagent freightagent
agent at Ogden was 8S transferred to toBatte toButte toButte
Butte Mont and made general agent agentto a ent entto
to succeed QC 1 George W Y Fitzgerald E EB EB ItB
B Spencer was 8S appointed traveling travelingfreight travelhtgfreight traveliugfreight
freight agent at Ogden O ell to succeed Mr MrHunt MrHunt
Hunt HuntTROOPS HuntTROOPS HuntTROOPS
I C
TROOPS FIRED FIREDUPON FIRED FIREDUPON
UPON RED ED FLAGS FLAGSContinued FLAGSContinued
Continued from Page 1 1isetied 1jseued I IIanued
isetied orders that they the keep out of ofKtght ofnight
night and avoid any unnecessary unnecea3r dfe dfel d drnplay
l play lay y of force forceThe forceThe
The explosion of a bomb early Mon Monday Moedy IOft IOftdAY ¬
day morning in a room in an apartment apartmenthouse apttltmeRtbou apartni ult ulthouse
house bou e while hlle not connected con tfd with iUt any anyphut an an1t aaiyplan
plan 1t n of rioting indicates that the ter terrorists terrorkits ¬
rorists are still preparing to execute executevengeance executeVtl1 executevengeance
vengeance Vtl1 eance against individuals un undeterred andeterred ¬
deterred by the arrests arr ts of a score fJf fJfpatidnants ofparticipants rf rfparticiMuit8
participants in one plot plotA JtIotA plotA
A telegram from tro Lodz reports the tfeedeath tMdeath thedeath
death of o two persons win ltu were werewounded werewounded werewounded
wounded in a eotifsfon n with the police policeon poI poIon
on Saturday SaturdayFEASTING SalurdaFEASTING SaturdayFEASTiNG
FEASTING AND ND DANCING DANCINGNo
No Disturbances Drsturban es Reported in Euro European European European ¬
pean Russia RussiaSt
St Pet Petershurg rsfcurg urg May iay 1 IGlorious Glorious Eas Easer ¬
ter t er weather is reported generally g nerally
throughout t European Russia with lth
brightwarm brigh warm sunshine in St Petersburg
Everything was perfectly calm during
the t he early hours the crowds devoting
themselves them t elves to feasting and to the tra ¬
ditional merrymaking Here and there therechildren therechildren I
children are dancing dncill in the streets stref > ts and andcourt andcourt I Icourt
court yards ards to the accompaniment of ofthe
the t he music of accordions and Russian Russianguitars Russian1Jitars Russianguitars I
guitars guitarsDuring
I
During the afternoon free perfor performances perfornances ¬
mances were given hen at all theatres tnd kndin indin tndin
in the parks great reat crowds were regaled regaledopen regtdetwith regitletwith
with open performances puppet shows showsthe shnnthp showsthe
the music of military bands etc B Bindustrial Byond
yond the usual drunken rows in tIe I
industrial sections absolute quiet pre prevailed I
vailed Yai Lp to 4 oclock there had been beenno bceuno 11 11no I
no attempts at demonstrations of any aH a j
kind and the t reports from other parts partsof partsof partsof
of Russia Rus with the exception of Rus Russian flussian ¬
I
sian Poland also 150 indicated indic ted that the theday theday
day was passing with Uh the traditional traditionalobservances traditionalO traditionalobservaiwes I
observances O VllnC and without disorders The Theworkmen ThEworkBten Theworkmen >
workmen are making no effort to cele N > l lbrate > ¬
brate new style May Day in Poland Polandwhere Polandwltere Polandwhere
where the Gregorian calendar is fol ¬
lowed
RELIGIOUS FREEDOM FREEDOMOld j j jj jOld I
Old Believers at t Moscow Unseal UnsealTheir UnsealTheir
Their Altars Altars08Cnr AltarsMoscow I IMoscow
Moscow 08Cnr May 1 ITte The removal of re relgious I
ligious disabilities by the imperial de decree dpcree deeree ¬
cree enabled the Old Believers of Ms Mscow MsCow ns I Icow
cow to celebrate Easter in the churches churchesof
of the Rogoshk quarter The altars altarswhich altarsi altarsiwhich altarswhich
which had been closed for 49 years yearswere ears earsere j
were ere unsealed ir the presence IN ne of the thpauthorities thfauthorities theauthorities
authorities Many priceless painting paintingand palnt pa1ntigand ilI ilIand
and ikons were found to be irretrievab irretrievably
ly ruined by dampness The principal principalservice prilipa8erVice prinpaservice
service was Tas attended by the prefect of orpolice Ofpolice j
police and General Galitzin aide ai f cie ciecamp docamp
camp of 0 the emperor who ho was the > I
bearer of the tetters decree decr granting
religious freedom The worshippers
knelt before General Galitzin and
begged him to express expre their gratitude gratitudeto
to the emperor and many of the con congregation CODtion congregation ¬
gregation tion loudly invoked the Almigh ¬
tys blessing bles in on his majesty An impor ¬
tant deputation of Old Believers is g ga
ing to TsarskoeSelo Tsarskoe Io to thank the em emBomb emro eatperor I
peror ro
I
Bomb Explosion ExplosionSt J
St Petersburg May Iay 1 LA A bomb ex exteday exp4041ed I Ijriode
jriode today in an apartment house houseroom housereese j
room occupied by two men Both of
them were injured one sei sekmsly eusiy It is isobelieved
believed the t e men were ere prep JMeparlng pceparlngthe tringvthe the
bomb for use when heft it exploded An Anin in inquiry Inquiry n nqujry
quiry into the cause of 0 the explosion is i
being Deia made
Riot at Lodz LodzSt LodzSt LodzSt
St Petersburg May L 11iI l5i p m
The only disorder in Poland outside ou ld of
the sheeting sbo < King at J Warsaw reported up upwhere
to Ult this hour Is Isa a small riot at Lodz Lodzwhere Lodswhere
where a priest was stoned leading to toa toa toa
a scuffle < < Ie between bet ween the crowd and the thepolice tbepolice thepolice
police in which wh h four men rn n were ere shot shotFELTON shotFELTON shotFELTON
FELTON AT LIBERTY LIBERTYNew LIBERTYXew LIBERTYNew
New YOTk May 1 IFrank Frank FHton
th bookmaker who ho was as indicted by a agrand agrand agrand
grand jury jur several weeks ago on a acharge acharge
charge of having shot and killed Guy Guyochc
Koche ochc a gambler was discharged di char to ¬
day da on his own n recognizance recognizanceRummageSale recognizanceRum
= 0 0Rummage
RummageSale RummageSaleAt Rummage Rum mage tSale tSaleAt aIe aIeAt
At the th Central Christian church corner Om r
Fourth South and Fourth East Thurs Thursay Thuraday ¬
day ay May 4 4MARRIAGE 4MARRIAGE
MARRIAGE LICENSES LICENSESMiles LICENSESlUes LICENSESMiles
Miles Eawrence Dtwr Oakland Cat
Maria C Stratford Stra I ford Oakland Cal
Every Francis HatIs HatIsT HatIsIntended Hat Is IsIntended
T j 3 I j TS 1 1Strongest
Intended to Be the theil theStrongest
il Strongest Possible Bid Bidfor BidI
I i for the Wearers WearersWhy WearersFuture WearersFuture
Future Patronage PatronageWhy
1 1vVhy
Why not get ge the RIGHT Hat 1 atat at the theright therigh theright
right t price and ud stick to tliat d 1tt Jiat J1 as aslongasifs aslongas aslong
longasifs longas long as iXs s kept pt right rjg All spring springstyles spri spring springstyles 1g 1gsty
styles sty es Iv Y > > j iIi iIiRIC 1L 1LRICHARDSON
RICHARDSON RIC ARDSONAD1 ADAMS A DS COUACLOrtiESSHbPFOR Co CoA CoAtLQTHESSHOPF9R <
UACLOrtiESSHbPFOR A AtLQTHESSHOPF9R CLOTHES SHOP FOR MEN MENAt MENTh MENAtTheSign
At AtTheSign The Th e Sign Signof S 19n 19nof t
of the Four FourTHISPF
THISPF < I i f2I1 JbAJWSTRBET N S1 > ElET I Ii
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Moving Picture May 1
BURLEY BECOMES A RUSHING CITY CITYIN CITYIN
IN THE TWINKLING OF AN EYE
General Passenger Agent Burley for Whom Town Was Named
Special to The Herald HeraldBurley HeraldBurle HeraldBurley
Burley Burle Ida May Iay 1 ITM Tb new town of ofHurley ofBurIe3 ofBurley
Burley Lincoln county Idaho held near nearly nearI nearly ¬
ly I 159 1 persons at 2 oclock this after afternoon afterRoon afterflon ¬
noon when the sale of lots lot was opened
Promptly at that hour Major Fred Reed Reedmounted RedJItOUftted Reedtnotrnted
mounted a wagon in front of the Town Townsite Townsltcompanys Townsite
site sltcompanys companys office and announce the theconditions tReconditions theconditions
conditions governing the sale The draw drn drniln
in lng of lots then began Within four hours I
594 tickets had been drawn each ch entitling i
the holder to select lect four lots
Early in the forenoon and until late in
the day ltJ crowds of f newcomers poured in
The Oregon Short Line ran three excur excurPUBLIC excurPUBLIC
PUBLIC DEBT STATEMENT STATEMENTIncrease
Increase For the Month of April AprilAmounts AprilAmounts AprilAmounts
Amounts to 8593384 8593384Washington 8593384ashin 8593384Washington
Washington ashin on April pril 1 IThe The monthly monthlystatement monthl monthleJDePt monthlyMaieneut
statement eJDePt of the public debt shows that thatat t thatat at atat
at the cose c close of business April 38 1985 the thetotal tbetotal thetotal
total debt e less cash in the treasury treasuryamounted treasuryamounted treasuryamounted
amounted Ito to 989721791 l7 U which hich is an in increase increase increase ¬
crease for the month of J8 SMIIa84 W3S4 This Thisincrease Thismerease Thisincrease
increase is partly p rtl accounted for by a de decrease tiecrease ¬ I Icrea
crease crea of 7O529 2 in the amount of cash cashon cashon cashOn
on hand The debt is recapitulated as asfollows asfollow5 asfollows
follows followsInterestbearing follow5Interest followsInterestbearing
Interestbearing Interest rin debt J8K1580tt iS3ti8 1i89Ct debt debton debton debton
on which hieh interest has ceased since C ma maturity maturit maturity ¬
turity turit l4tO 14HMMS 45 debt bearing no interest interest3W977 interest384rn5t7 InterestiS49TtN7
3W977 384rn5t7 7 total totalThis J1K1SXC2 J1K1SXC2This t1
This Th amount however tOweer does not uQ include includeSWMlSfB includeaISnS includeS4lS
aISnS SWMlSfB in certificates and trea treaJry treaJrynotes > jry jrynotes JrYnottS
notes outstanding which bieb are offset by b an anequal anequal
equal amount of cash on hand which te teheld I Iheld isheld I
held for their redemption The cash ca h in inthe inthe inthe
the treasury treasur is classified as follows followsGold followsGold followsGold
Gold reserve reserVE 130 JiOiOO8 e < X trust funds funds99SS4t9tt funds3I5
3I5 99SS4t9tt 4l5 18 general fund 51JOS71356 IJ11713 i in innational InnaUonaI innational
national bank depositories d W8257C04 57004 in inFhftlppiive inPhftlpplM inPhfilppine
Fhftlppiive treasury trtasur fi1SS9 total It It3l77l2 1 13177K257 1i7J
3177K257 i7J S7 against which there are de demand demand destand ¬
mand liabilities outstanding outstandi amounting to toJIW7397575 towhich
JIW7397575 which leaves k > aveg a cash balance balanceon I
on hand of S2343Ig6Sl
Deducting from this amount the sold soldreserve goldreserve okl oklrve
reserve rve the deposits dfpo ita in national banks banksand banksaDd banksand
and in the Philippine treasury what is isknown isknown isknown
known as the working treasury balance
Is found to be niIfi4t I41JI4EXCURSION 4L niIfi4tGit 24 24EXCURSION
Git GitEXCURSION
EXCURSION TO OGDEN OGDENi OGDENMay3
i May May3 May3Via 3 3Via 3Via
Via Oregon Short Line under auspices auspicesMtxJern auspicestb auspicesModern
Modern tb ern Woodmen of America Spefeial Spefeialtrain S Spelialtrain lal laltrain
train leaves J ves Salt Lake 715 7I 15 p m re returning returning returning ¬
turning leaves le2v Ogden midnight Round Roundtrip Roundtrip Roundtrip
trip only 100 City Clt ticket office 2 91 91tlin O1Main 1 1Main
Main street streetBRITISH streetBRITISH
c3I c3IBRITISH
BRITISH BATTLESHIPS BATTLESHIPSCARRY BA BATTLESHIPSCARRY TLESHIPS TLESHIPSGARRY
CARRY WORTHLESS GUNS GUNSLondon GUNSLondon GUNSLondon
London Hay ay t The Daily Dan Graphic this thisnwrnmg thismornin thismornIng
mornIng mornin citing eiUn as confirmation rtnnatkm of its itsalteration ItsaJleatiOl1 Itsallegation
alteration that the heavy guns of the theBritish theBritish theBritish
British battleships > are practically worth worthkaw worthIes worthless
less Ies the news from rom Hongkong that the the12inch theUin the12in
12inch Uin h runs Uns ns on the Ocean and Van Vsnseance Yneaft Vangetince
seance eaft < t will have to be replaced speedily speedilyfetMrns speedilretMrns speedilyreturns
returns to the charge against the ad admiralty admiralty admraltv ¬
miralty and gives a list of thirteen first firstclass firstclalllS firstcla
class cla baUteshiiM baHle hi all ofwhich of which have had naUte hadto Intlto
to sotttl d for repairs for one or r more guns gunsThe sunsThe gunsrho
The Daily Graphic says saysSince 8s 8sSince saysSlnce
Since the total reserve of guns uns for fornips forhlps forships
nips is only one apfece the whole re reserve ree reoerve ¬
serve e must at the reent > > r t moment be beeither beettlter beeither
either utilized or beesoken beesokenThe be6 bestokenThe ken kenThe
The paper r further declares lares that the in inefficiency incfftdeJtCY ITteffle1eicy ¬
efficiency of these guns has been known knownto
to th the admiralty fqr six si months mOnt past and an antito < < 1 1to i ito
to ali the admiralties of the world for forsix foraIx
six week w 1aI while the navy nav estimates have havemade haveJlNlde havemade
made no provision for replacing defective defectivearmmments deCeettvearmmeals defectivearmaments
armmments armmmentsLINEMAN armmealsIINEMAN armamentsLINEMAN
o c
LINEMAN ELECTROCUTED ELECTROCUTEDAnaconda ELECTROCUTEDAnaconda
Anaconda An conda Mont ont May Ma 1 lJesse Jesse Day Dayaged Dayaged i iaged
aged 26 an electrician was electro electrocuted eloetrocuted eloctrocuted ¬
cuted this afternoon at the top of a athirty athirty athIrty
thirty foot pole by grasping a live livewire Jivewire livewire
wire Two thousand volts olts passed passedthrough passedthrough Passedthrough
through his body and he hung from a across across across
cross bar of the pole several minutes minutesbefore minutesbefore
before erore being notfcdby not notte cedby by passersby pass passersbySalt rsby i iSalt
Salt Lake Photo Supply SuPP Co Every Everything Evtryfhlnl Everything ¬
thing nhntoETAphio 3rd So anil Main
sions During DlIrin the drawing drawi t of tickets the theAlbion theAIb1OU
Albion brass band rendered selections selectionsBurley sflecUonBurle selectionsBurley
Burley Burle in j on the finWokn A Southwest Southwestern
ern branch br nh of the Short Line On the thenorth thenorth thenorth
north side of the Snake in the heart of ofa oCa ofa
a great agricultural district the new newtown np nptown newtown
town named for General Passenger PassengerAgent Pa PassengerAgent nSer nSerAKent
Agent D E Burley Burle has a promising promil n out outlook outlook outlook ¬
look It Is about twelve nines up the theSnake theSnake theSnake
Snake river from the town of Mllner Mllnerwhere Innerwhere
where are located the great irrigation irrigationdnms IrrintiofJdams
dams of the Twin Falls Land Water Watercompanv Aatercompany aler alerompany
company companvThe companyThe
The Th lot lots it Is understood ran from IltO IltOto 100 100to
to 51000 Sli 100 each The sales of the day ap ¬
proximate OOOO 50000TRAIN oOOoTRAIN
TRAIN REACHES RICHMOND RICHMONDGeneral D DGeneral
General Lees Remains in Virginia VirginiaCapital VirginiaCapital VirginiaCapital
Capital CapitalRichmond CapitalRiehmond CapitalRichmond
Richmond Va May Iay 1 IThe The specialtrain special specialtrain Specialtrain
train bearing the remains of General GeneralFitzhugh GeneralFitzhugh GeneralFltzhugh
Fitzhugh Lee has reachsd rea hfd Richmond Richmondabout Rlchmo Richmondabout d dabout
about 530 3O this afternoon and was met metat metat metat
at Elba station by an imposing array arrayof arrayof ayrayof
of state militia Confederate veterans veteransstate yetetansstate veteiansstate
state officials and civic organizations organizationsThe
The casket was placed on a black blackdraped blackdraped blackdraped
draped caisson cai on drawn by six horses oorsesat oorsesatthe at atthe
the head of each horse being a inemBfer inemBferof mem r rof
of the Richmond Howitzers in full fulldress fundress fulldress
dress gray gra uniform A procession vfaa vfaaformed tus V8sformed
formed and the march was taken up I Ifor
for the city hall The bells of the city clt cltwere citywere
were tolled as the procession moved movedand movedand
and flags on the thebuil buildings tngs were at half halfmast halfmast
mast The streets were packed with withpeople withpeople
people from the station to the city clt hall halland ltailand
and the evidence of popular sorrow ITO at atthe attbe atthe
the demise of General Lee was 86 marked markedOn markedOn
On the arrival at the city hall the thecasket thecasket thecasket
casket was borne into the rotunda of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the building A militia company went wenton wenton wenton
on duty as guard for the remains and andwill andwill andwilt
will serve servethroughout throughout the night The Thepublic ThepubliC Thepublic
public was admitted to look for the last lasttime
time upon the face Of f General Lee LeeRULE LeeRULE LeeRULE
RULE WILL BENEFIT BENEFITPORT BENEFITPORT BENEFITPORT
PORT OF NEW NE V ORLEANS ORLEANSChicago ORLEANSChicago ORLEANSChicago
Chicago May Ia 1 IJohn John F Wallace Yallac chief chietengineer chieCensJneer
engineer of the Panama canal said to t ¬
day to officials of the Illinois Central Centralrailroad Centralrailroad f ntral ntralrailroad
railroad that an order would be issued issuedstating issuedstating issuedstating
stating that hereafter all deliveries > s of ofshipments ofsiuIumenh
shipments from this country would ouId be beat beat beat
at Colon This order it is said will willopen willQen willopen
open the door to western and southern southernmanufacturers southernmanufacturers 50uthernmanufacturers
manufacturers enabling them to enter enterinto pnterinto
into competition for the supplies needed neededin nNdtin
in the canal zone This order resarding
delivery will make New Orleans a ship shipping shipping shipping
ping point and freight and Kissinger passngerratos Kissingerrates m SfnSCr SfnSCrr
rates r tes to the isthmus via New Orleans Orleanswould OrJanswould Orleanswould
would be on a parity with those from fromNew fromew
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TREASURY TR EASURY RECEIPTS RECEIPTSAND RECEIPTSAND RECEIPTSAND
AND EXPENDITURES EXPENDITURESWashington
Washington Yashlnto May JIa 1 IThe The monthly com comparative comparative eomparative ¬
parative statement of the government governmentreceipts gOVt governmentreceipts > rnmNit rnmNitrtCefpts
receipts and expenditures shows that for forthe forthe forthe
the month of April 1905 l9O the total re receipts rf rfCelptg recelots ¬
ceipts were 38775181 778181 and nd the > expendi expenditures exr expendttures > endt endttllres ¬
tures 1SS9600 4SftS > 600 leaving lcaYln a deficit for the themonth themonth thcmonth
month of 8211419 As compared with withApril wlttlAprIl wit witApril
April 1001 the receipts recel ts last month show showa
a falling off o of 171210 1 IW and the expen ¬
ditures an increase of 1379336 making makinga makln maklnII
a difference for the month of 43730r 330i6 > i >
For the ten months of the present fiscal fiSalyear fiscalyear
year the deficit is 333S857 3l6S8007The 333S857The
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The Finest Line LineOf LineOf
Of 0 imported wall paper In the city can canbe canb canbe
be b seen at W A Duvalls 110 VI 2nd
South St
Forced to Starve StarveB
B F Leek of Concord Ky K says
For 20 years I suffered agonies with witha wit h ha L La
a sore on my upper lip so painful painfulsometimes paioulsometimes painfulsometimes
sometimes that I could not eat After Aftervainly Aftervalnly Aftervainly
vainly trying everything else I cured
It with Bucklens Arnica Salve Sah Its Itsgreat Itsgreat Itsgreat
great for bunts burns cuts uts and wounds At
Z C M I Drug nrtJ Tf nfpt pt Only Onl 0 Sr
I METHODIST CHURCH CHURCHIS
IS AGAINST DIVORCE DIVORCELouisville DIVORCELouisme DIVORCELouisville
Louisville Ky K May1 Ma May IThe The semiannual semiannualconference i iconference
conference of the bishops of the Meth Methodist Methodist Methodist ¬
odist Episcopal church north today by b bresolution
resolution gave paragraph 66 of the dis discipline discIpline discipline ¬
cipline the force of law The paragraph I
provides that no divorce except for adul ¬
tery shall be recognized by the church churchas I Ias
as lawful and that no minister shall sol solomenize 501omenlz sotornenize
omenize a marriage where there is a di divorced divorced diVorced ¬
vorced wife or husband living Excep ¬
tion is made however in the cases of 01
innocent parties to a divorce for adultery adulteryand aduIterand
and of divorced persons seeking to be bereunited bcreunited
reunited In marriage marriageGOLD m marriageGOLD rdage rdageC
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GOLD STANDARD IN MEXICO MEXICOMexico MEXICOMexico
Mexico City Cft May 1 IThe The gold standard standardwent standardwtnt standardwent
went into operation today without the theslightest Uleslibtest theslightest
slightest jar or disturbance in business businesscircles businesscircles
circles The finance department had by bya b ba
a series of new regularities r lar1ties and laws lawssmoothed Jawssmoothed lawssmoothed
smoothed the way wa for the adoption of
the gold standard The peso is worth 50 50cents 50nt8 5 5Cents
cents nt8 gold The final completion t of ofmonetarJ ofmonetary > f fmonetary
monetary reform is hailed with general generalsatisfaction gflKralsatisfaction
satisfaction especially < by great trans transportation tra traitsrsrtation 1 1ptJrtation ¬
portation lines and importers who have
in their manufacturing manuacturin industries to buy bu
heavily havJl of the raw materials abroad abroadThe abroadThe abroadThe
The Diamond Cure CureThe CureThe
The latest news from Paris is that thatthey thatthey thaithey
they have discovered a diamond cure curefor curefor ure urefor
for consumption If you ou fear tar consump consumption consumption consuniption ¬
tion or pneumonia it will however be bebest bebest bebest
best for you to take that great remedy remedymentioned remedymelllpned remedymetipned
mentioned by b W Y T McGee of Vanleer VanleerTenn VanleerTenn VanleerTenn
Tenn I had a cough for fourteen fourteenyears fourteeryyears r ryears
years Nothing helped me until I took tookDr tookDr tookDr
Dr Kings New Discovery for Con Consumption Consumption Constimption ¬
sumption Coughs and Colds which whichgave whihgave hieh hiehgave
gave instant relief and effected a per permanent permanent permanent ¬
manent cure Unequalled quick cure curefor ure
for Throat and Lung Troubles At Z Zr Zf ZC
r f M 1 I Drug Dept Price 50 0 < and and1W
M1 1W guaranted Trial bottle free
NEWS OF RICH STRIKE STRIKESpecial STRIKESpecial STRIKESpecial
+ Special to The Herald Heraldf HeraldGQldfield HeraldGQldfield +
+ f GQldfield Nev May Ia 1 IBlair Blair and andebber andWebber + t tf
+ f Webber ebber returned today todaJifrom from the thea theRed the4Red +
4Red Red Dog mlnebingiI1g mine bringing news of ofa ofa +
+ a big strike and samples of o rich richt richore richore +
+ t ore The ore assayed 3814 8l4 invgold invgoldf in gold goldper goldper +
+ f per ton This is the biggest strike strikemade strikemade + t tf
+ f made in this section for some time timef timeand timeand +
+ f and the finest lot of ore seen in infr inGoldfield inGoldifeld +
+ fr Goldfield The office of the com company corntinny +
4 + pany was crowded all day by b beager byeager +
+ eager crowds to see the ore The Thef Theein 4 4vein
+ f vein ein is twenty Inches wide One Onef Onehundre1 +
f 4 hundred pounds of ore are on ex exhibitlon 4 4hibitkm 4hibitlon +
+ + hibitlon The owners refused an anoffer +
+ offer of a Standard 011 representa representaf representalive representative + 1
+ f live Work will be pushed and andf andshipments andrlhipments +
+ f Shipments made at an early day darNEW + f fNEW
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NEW EXPERIMENTAL FARM FARMCommittee FARMCommittee FARMCommittee
Committee Now Visiting Several SeveralAvailable SeveralAvailable SeveralAvailable
Available Sites SitesChairman SitesChairman SitesChairman
Chairman William Spry and AV V D DCandland DCan4lland DCandland
Candland of the state land board Dr DrJ DrJ J JJ
J A Widteoe of the Agricultural col college 1 1lege
lege J A McAllster of Salt Lake and andformer andforqer
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former fOrIJ1er Senator George C Whitmore Whitmoreof
of Nephi the committee appointed > d to toselect toselect i
select a site for the new experiment experimentfarm experim experinntfarm = nt ntfarm
farm were In Farmington and Center Centerville Centervilie
ville yesterday yegter A to inspect sites there thereToday therToda thereToday
Today Toda they will visit the northern northernpart northernpart northernpart
part of Davis county count and tomorrow will willgo willgo I Igo
go to Weber The site will probably be bedecided bedecided bedecided
decided upon and announced som time timethis timethis timethis
this week weekMRS weekMRS
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MRS HAMMOND DIES DIESWife DIESWife DiESWife
Wife of Datus R Hammond Passes PassesSuddenly PassesSuddenly PassesSuddenly
Suddenly Away AwayMrs Awayrs AwayMrs
Mrs rs Sarah M Hairimortfl Han norttI wife of ofDatus ofDatus ofDatus
Datus R Hammond deputy to former formerSecretary ComerSecretary formerSecretary
Secretary of State James T Hammond Hammondpassed Hammondpassed Hammondpassed
passed away It at 4 oclock yesterday yesterdaymorning yesterdaymorning esterdaymornin
morning mornin at the family home 734 East EastSeventh EastSeventh EastSeventh
Seventh South street Mrs Hammonds HammondsI Hammondsdeath
I death de th followed the birth of a baby bab boy boyThe bo boThe boyThe
The deceased dece sed was a native of Mill Millville Millville lill lillville
ville Cache county and a 1 member of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Gamble family tamll of that town townFuneral townFuneral townFuneral
Funeral services will be held h ld at atoclock atoclock atoclock
oclock tomorrow afternoon at the theFirst thcFirst theFirst
First ward meeting house The re remains remains remains ¬
mains will be shipped to Millville for forinterment forinterment forinterment
interment intermentBesides intermentBesides intermentBesides
Besides Mr lr Hammond four children childrenaervive childrensenive childrenservice
service aerviveStores seniveI senivetores serviceStores
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We Ve have a a large consignment consignmentwhich consignmentwhich consignmentwhich
which will have to be returned in a ashort ashort ashort
short time tim Select one now nowOculists nowOculists nowOculists
Oculists prescriptions filled quick quickEverything quickEvertbing quickEverything
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City daily 830 p m mPullman mPullman
Pullman Drawingroom and Observation Sleepers Dining Cars CarsChair CarsChair CarsChair
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For tickets or further information call on or write writeJ
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we dont get any business from the Ice Man an Our Boxes and Re Refrigerators Rerrig Refrigerators ¬
frigerators rrig rators dont eat up enough e Ice See Perfect Refrigeration Refrigerationat
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a Utility Utilit Ask your our neighbor neigh bar Carried in all sizes Galvaniz d dEnamelled dEnameUed dEnamelled
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Graduating Dresses To Buy And the theYou theUnloading theDressFbrks
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