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2 THE SALT S LT LAKE HERALD WEDNESDAY DXESDA Y MAY L Y 3 1903
ORANGESOVER ORANGESOVERTHE OHANGES GRANESQVER OVER l lTHE
THE SAN PEDRO PEDROSenator I ISChator i
I ICitrus
Senator SChator Olark Reaches for a Share S are of ofCitrus ofCitrus
Citrus Fruit EmitWITH FruitWlfrHTHREI Fruiti
i i WITH WlfrHTHREI THREE HUNDRED HUNDHEOGARS HUNDHEOGARSBRANCH GARS GARSBRANCH CARSi CARSBRANCH
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BRANCH FROM LAS VEGAS INTO INTOTHE INTOTHE INTOTHE
THE BULLFROG COUNTRY COUNTRYThe
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The Salt Lake route and what it willdo will willdo m mdo
do in the way wa of revolutionizing passen passenger l85Scngcr passenger ¬
ger and freight traffic between south southern southern southern ¬
ern California and the eastern world worldcontinued worldcontinued worldcontinued
continued to be the chief topic of dis discuesltm disc disetiian
cuesltm c 6hn among railroad men mM on the thecoast thecoast thecoast
coast The Los Angeles Express is au authority authority authority ¬
thority for the following statement tbat tbatappeared tb tbtrtappeared t tappeared
appeared in a recent issue of that thatpaper thataDer thatpaper
paper paperUnited paperUnited aDer aDerUnited
United States Senator Clark has hascontracted hanoontraclE hasE
E contracted for the delivery in Los LosAngeles 105Angeles Losl
l Angeles of 301 refrigerator cars to t be beused bej p pUSetlb
j used USetlb by the Sn n Pedro Los Angeles AngelesSalt AnSeles88lt Angelesj
j Salt LaKe railroad in the transportation transportationfrom trasportationftOmsouthern
i from ftOmsouthern southern California to the th east ea t of ofcitrus ofcitrus ofcitrus
citrus fruit The new transcontinental transcontinentalline transcontinentalllnewm
line llnewm will not not attempt to handle any part partof partof partof
of the theorange orange crop of otthls this season but butwill butm butsill
will m insist on obtaining btAinln Its share of the thebusiness thebUsln thebUsltiess
business bUsln oo next b xt wittier wittierAnother wltitorAnother winterAnother
Another bit of netrs ne s that comes from fromLos fromLos fromLos
Los Angeles is of deep interest to bust buslnoea busin9s bustnese
noea n9s nese men and others at this end of the theline theUne thei
i line who n10 are looking toward to > ard the mining miningcamps miningcamps miningcamps
i camps In Nevada as a field for trade ex extension extendon ¬
tension The dispatch says saysSenator S3sSenator saysSenator
Senator W A Clark president of the theSalt theSalt theSalt
Salt Lake railway and senator from fromMontana fromMontana fromMontana
Montana has decided to make the great greatmining greatmining reat reatmining
mining camps of Bullfrog Hhyolite I and andGold andGold andGold
Gold Center tributary to Salt Lake and andIx andLos andLos
Ix Los > s Angeles business interests interestsThis interestshThis
I hThis This will be done at once by b a line of ofbig ofbig ofI
I big motor cars having a capacity of offourteen Offourteen offourteen
fourteen passengers each They will willcover wmcovor willcovor
covor the distance from Las Vegas VegasNev VegasS yesNev
Nev S v on on the Salt S t Lake road to Bull Bullfrog BullfrQg Bullfreg ¬
frog Including stops at the other othercamps oU othercamps r rcamps
camps in six hours a distance of 110 110miles 110miles 110miles
miles There Is a 8 stage line operated operatednow operatednow operatednew
now from Las Vegas to Bullfrog BullfrogACCEPT BullfrogACCEPT BullfrogI
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ACCEPT THE INVITATION 1NVlTATIONMayor INVITATIONMayor INVITATIONMayor
Mayor and City Council Will Jour Journey JournflY Jourmy ¬
ney to Los Angeles AngelesA
A telegram bearing b aritlg Ute signatures of of3Iyor Ofl f fIaor
l Mayor Iaor Richard P 3Iorris and Presi President President President ¬
dent of the Council Frank J L Hewlett Hewlettwag HewlettA8 Hewlettwas
wag A8 sent to Senator W Yo A Clark at atLos atLos atLos
Los Angeles Cal yesterday esterda inform informing informing informing ¬
ing him of the acceptance by the mayor mayorand mayorand mayorand
and council of the invitation to go on onan onan onan
an excursion over the San Pedro route routeAll routeAll routeAll
All the tb members of the council except exceptCouncilmen i exceptCouncilmen > xceptCouncilmen
Councilmen Tuddenham Wood Fern Fernstrom Fernstrom FcrnStrom
strom and Black have decided to take takethe takthe takethe
the trip tripIt tripIt tripIt
It Is the intention to have the mayor mayorand ma3orand mayorand
and councilmen > n go on the same train tramwith trainwith trainwith
with the members of the Commercial Commercialclub CommercialclUb Commercialclub
club which will leave Salt Lake Sat Saturday Saturd8J Saturday ¬
urday evening and arrive in Los An Angeles Angeles Angeles ¬
geles Monday Monda morning morningThe morningThe morningThe
The governing board of the Salt Lake LakeReal LakR LakeReal
Real R l Estate association will meet to today today today ¬
day to consider a telegram received receivedby receivedby
by b President Thomas Homer from Sen Senator Senator Senator ¬
ator W A Clark Senator Clark wired wiredfrom wiredfrom wiredfrom
from Los Angeles AngelesThomas AngelSThomas AngelesThomas
Thomas Homer HomerNA HomeroA HomerA
NA oA A cordial invitation is extended to tothe tothe tothe
the officers of the Salt Lake Real Es Estate Estilt Estate ¬
tate tilt association 2 to join in the excur excursion excursion excursion ¬
sion over th the new ne road leaving Salt SaltLake SaltL Salti
i Lake L ke City Saturday Sflturda May Ma 6 and arriv arriving arrhin arriving ¬
ing in In Los Angeles Monday morning morningMny morningIay morninglimy
limy Iay S t W A CLARK CLARKThose CLARIT CLARIitThose
Those T included in Senator Clarks Clarksinvitation ClarksinviUltiMt Clarksinvitation
invitation are President Presldt > nt Thomas ThomasHemer ThomasHemer ThomasHomer
Hemer Secretory J T L Perkes Edgar EdgarS
S Darling E S Hubbard and O F FPfcWrson FPherson
PfcWrson PfcWrsonCLUB Pe PhersonCLUB rson rsonCLUB
CLUB MEMBERS NOTIFIED NOTIFIEDBoard NOTIFIEDBoard NOTIFIEDBoard
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Board of Governors Takes Official OfficialAction OfficialAction OfficialAction
Action on Invitations InvitationsThe InvitationsTile InvitationsThe
The board of governors of the Com Coinntercial Commercial Com1ttercHiI ¬
mercial club met Monday tlondayand and prepared preparedthe preparedthe
the folio rotlowln following wins notice which hh was sent sentby sentby t t1t
by 1t p pft stal tal card to t each of the members membersand memberAnd membersand
and also posted on the bulletin board boardin
in the dub ciutoThis dubThi5 clubPhis
This te to inform you that the com commercial com10ffcisl ¬
3 mercial club has received riivM and accepted acceptedi
A8 i invitation from W V A Clark to visit visitLos vsltLos visitLoa
Los Angeles leaving leavlngSa1t Salt Lake City Cityover CityOftI Cityover
over the U line of the S San n Pedro Los An Angeles Anes Angeles ¬
geles es S Salt lt Lake railway nilla Saturday Saturdayevening Sftturda Sftturdaevening Saturdayevening
evening May 1la 6 196 196It 198iIt 1985It
It has also received and accepted an aninvitation anhvltUtH anIaritatlon
invitation from the chamber of com cOntrneree commerce com11Qte ¬
merce ef Los Angeles to be the guest of ofthat orthllt ofthat
that body on its arrival arrivalMembers arrivalMembers arrivalMembers
Members of the club who w desire to toavail tolYail toavail
avail themselves of these th privileges privilegesmust prhUegesmust privilegesmust
must inform the office of the Commer Commercial Commerchil Commer CommercMt ¬
cial club by b noon on Tuesday Tuesds May MayThis MayThis 4 4This
This is ImperativeMembers imperative imperativeMembers impeUelIelftbers
Members of the club will be required requiredto
to pay their Pullman fare and dining diningcar diningcttr diningcar
car charges abarg Very sincerely sincerelyBoard 9i sincerelyi erely erelyBoard
i i Board of Governors GovernorsHEBER Gon rnors rnorsHEBER
1 HEBER M 1 WELLS r ChairmanI Chairman ChairmanUnion ChairmanUnion
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I Union Pacific Block System SystemSpecial SystemSpeclsl SystemSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldCheyenne HenldCbvenne Heralds HeraldsCheyenne
Cheyenne AVyo W May a 2 2The The Hall Hallblock Hallblock Hailblock
block system which was Installed on
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portions of the Union Pacific double doubletrack doubletrack doubletrack
track two years je rs ago will be b extended extendedat
at once A small gap on Sherman Sh rmnn hill hillwill hillwill hillwill
will be closed up and on the seventh seventhand seventhand seventhand
and eighth districts over 100 miles of ofblocks ofblocks ofblocks
blocks will be put In It Is expected expectedthe
the work will consume the entire sum summer summer summer ¬
mer From a person in authority It is islearned islearned islearned
learned that the Union Pacific will willblock willbloCk willblock
block its entire system just as soon as asthe asthe
the work can be done doneCIRCUIT doneCIRCUIT doneCIRCUIT
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CIRCUIT OF A NATION NATIONUnion NATIONUnion NATIONUnion
Union Pacific Gasoline Motor Car on ona ona I
a Long Journey JourneyThe JourneyTh JourneyThe
The Th gasoline motor car that is mak making makIng making ¬
ing the run around the continent over overthe ocrthe overthe
the Harriman railroad system will not notreach notreach notreach
reach Salt Lake till about 6 oclock oclockthis oclockthis oclockthis
this evening It left Granger at 630 630oclock 630oclock 630oclock
oclock yesterday morning and the thelatest thelatest thelatest
latest advice here was that it would wouldarrive WGuidarrhc wouldarrive
arrive early this evening eveningFrom eveningFrom eveningFrom
From here the nets ne engine will go to toPortland toPortland toPortland
Portland by way ay of the theOregon Oregon Short ShortLine ShortLine ShortLine
Line and the Oregon Railroad S Navi Navigation Xavigation Navigation ¬
gation After being exhibited xhibltedfor for a afew afew afew
few days at the th Lewis 8 Clark Cl rk Centennial Cen Centennial Centennialexposition ¬
tennial tennialexposition exposition itwill it Will go down the thecoast thecoost thecoast
coast to San Francisco over the Shasta Shastaroute Shastaroute Shastaroute
route From there it will wiUgo go to Los LosAngeles LosAngeles LosAngeles
Angeles thence to New Orleans Orleansthence Orleansthence Orleansthence
thence up to St Louis and Chicago ChicagoThe ChicagoTbe ChicagoThe
The object of this long trip is to give givethe gh ghthe givethe
the motor ft thorough test on long
hauls and in mountain climbing InChicago In InChicago InChicatO
Chicago a thorough test of the speed speedand speedand speedand
and hauling power of the new motor motorwill motorwill
will be made between b tweeu Milwaukee and andChicago andChicago
Chicago ChicagoFrom ChicagoFrom ChicagoFrom
From Chicago the motor will be bet betAk betaken
t tAk taken ken n east to New York by 1 > 30 way ay of ofBuffalo of I
Buffalo leaving New Ne York It will m visit visitWacldngton
Washington Pittsburg and other im lmportat important hnportaAt ¬
portant points P in1s before returning to toOmaha toOm toOmaha
Omaha Om b8 after making a complete cir circuit circuit circuit ¬
cuit of the continent continentCHANCE continentCHANCE continentCHANCE
CHANCE TO CHANGE BONDS BONDSSouthern BONDSSouthern BONDSSouthern
Southern Pacific Will Refund Old OldIssue OldIssue OldIssue
Issue With New NewNew NewNe NewNew
New Ne York May a3 2 2The The Southern SouthernPacific SouthernPacific SouthernPacific
Pacific company today todA notified hold holders holders holders ¬
ers of its 4Vfe 4 per er Cent c nt gold bonds that thatit thatit thatIt
it would ould redeem these bonds hon s a at par and andaccrued andOtrued andaccrued
accrued Interest on June 1 and andthat andthat andthat
that It had created an Issue Issueof Issuof Issueof
of 80006960 of 4 per cent centgeld centgold centgold
gold bonds redeemable at par and andinterest andinterest andinterest
interest on June 1 1T or any semi semiannual Bcmiannual acmiannual ¬
annual interest day da thereafter Holders Holdersof
of the tb called bonds are 2r offered th the op option option option ¬
tion of exchanging them for new bonds bondson bondon
on even n terms plus 1250 cash for foreach foretlCft forreach
each JlWO 1100 faee value of the bonds bondscalled bondgcaUed bondscalled
called for redemption and with the theJune th
June and December t coupons attached attachedRailroad alt attachedRailroad ch d dRailroad
Railroad Notes NotesThe NotesThe NotesThe
The Oregon Short Line has applied ap lled to to1st
list 1st on the stock exchange in New XeiiYork
York 545009000 4 per cent refunding refunding25year
25year gold bonds bondsInformation bondsInformation bondsInformation
Information comes from New York Yorkto
to the effect that the Western Pacific Pacificbond Pacificbond Pacificbond
bond issue subscription has reached reachedS1iiOOOOOO
125000000 and that on account aC ount of ofwithdrawals orwithdrawals ofwithdrawals
withdrawals regular subscribers are arelikely arelikely
likely to get less than 25 9 per cent of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the amount of the Issue applied for No Noadditional Xoadditional Noadditional
additional information will be given givenout ghenout givenout
out with regard to the local subscrip ¬
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elsewhere Its the e name of CfHart CfHartSchaffner Hart HartSchaffner DartSc
Sc Schaffner ha ner r Marx on our ourgarments garments that thatguarantees thatgua thatguarantees
guarantees gua antees that youre getting what whatyou whatyou vhatJO
you JO pay p a y for or You dont on1t t pay for the thet7 theflameonly thenameonly
t7 flameonly name only die he clothes 15 to o 30 30RICHARDSON 3 o oI oRICHARDSON oRICHARDSON
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Special to The Herald HeraldWashington Heralt1VllshingtoOn HeraldWashington
Washington May 2 2If If the intentions intentionsof
of the Forestry Bureau of the agricul agricultural agricultural agricultural ¬
tural department are carried into effect effectthe effectthe effectthe
the Uintah Indian reservation re8 rvation will be bedivided bedivided bedivided
divided into halves one half for a big bigforest bigforest bigforest
forest reserve of a million acres the theother theother theother
other half for public use when opened openedfor openedfor openedfor
for settlement settlementThe settJementThe settlementThe
The Forestry Bureau has submitted submitteda
a list jst of the lands it wishes made into intoa
a 8 forest reserve to the secretary of the theinterior theinterior theinterior
interior and the question of setting settingaside settingaside settingaside
aside the lands thus listed for forestry forestrypurposes forestrypurposes forestrypurposes
purposes ia now being considered by bythe bythe bythe
the officials of the general gen al land office officeDO officeDO officeDO
DO NOT PRESENT PRESENTUNITED PRESENTUNITED PRESENTUNITED
UNITED FRONT FRONTContinued FRONTContinued FRONTContinued
Continued from Page 1 1Frank 1Frank 1Frank
Frank Emerson h nerson nonunion man manright manright manright
right hand smashed by heavy hea stone stoneJames sloneTames stoneJames
James Smith nonunion man struck struckin
in the back with a stone injuries se severe seYere severe ¬
vere vereAlbert YereAlbert vereAlbert
Albert Mcllvain shot in the back not notexpected notexpected notexpected
expected to live liveI JiveL liveL
I L Dowell sh shot t in left hip hipWilliam hipYiUiam hipWilliam
William Bass shot in left leg below belowknee belowknee belowknee
knee kneeJ
J Erickson Erick < on shot in right arm above aboveelbow aboveelbow I Ielbow
elbow elbowLouis elbowLouis I
Louis Eisman colored struck on onhead onhead I Ihead
head with a brick in a fight at Jackson Jacksonboulevard Jacksonboulevard Tacksonboulevard
boulevard and Halsted street streetWilliam streettlliam streetWilliam
William lliam Davis colored nonunion nonuniondriver nonuniondrher nonuniondriver
driver had h ad cut in same fight fightJames fightJames fightJames
James Butler colored oolor jl nonunion driver dri driver driyer ¬
ver arm broken In same same fight fightAndrew fightAudrew fightAndrew
Andrew Scott colored nonunion RI1 = unlon driver dri driver driver ¬
ver head cut in same light fightWilliam lightWilliam lightUUam
William UUam Riggs colored nonunion dri driver driver ¬ I
ver head cut in same ffm fightFrank fight fightFrank fightFrank
Frank Curry leader of e f Jipnunion Jipnunionmen Wnunionmen
men struck in head by b a a stone while whileconducting whilecomd whilecmdmicting
conducting comd cUng wagons along Franklin Franklinstreet FranklinstreeL Franklinstreet
street streetA streeLA
A S Utley floor manager for Mont Monti Montgomery lontgomer
i gomery Ward ard Co attacked by slug sluggers sluggers Iuggers ¬
gers on Oakenwald avenue avenueAttacked avenueAttacked avenueAttacked
Attacked by Three Men MenMr MenIr MenMr
Mr Ir Utley who has been acting in the theinterests theinterests theinterests
interests of Ward Co since the com commencement commencemtnt om omm ¬
mencement m ncem nt of the t tire e strike was attacked attackedby
by b three men who he thinks have been beenfollowing beenfOlJoing beenfollowing
following him for several days da3 while whilepassing whilepassing hile hilepassing
passing a vacant lot in OakenwaUl avenue ave avenue avenue ¬
nue between Fortyfourth and Forty Fortyfifth Fortyflfth Fortyfifth
fifth streets tre ts The men mt > n knocked knock 1 him himdown himdon himdown
down and kicked him in a terrific man manner mann manner ¬
ner n r about the head and face He Heknocked Heknocked Heknocked
knocked one of them down with a billy billyand 1ntfind billyand
and th the others ran Thinking he bad badkilled badkilled badkilled
killed his hi assailant Utley Ltle went to call callan cal1an callan
an ambulance but when wh n it arrived the theman themen theman
man had h d either itlt r recovered r and gone goneaway goneaay goneaway
away or had been carried off by his hiscompanions hiscompanions hiscompanions
companions companionsAlthough companionsAlthough companionsAlthough
Although It was announced last night nightthat nightthAt nightthat
that the teams of the express companies companiesand
and 00 of the Employers association associationwould associationould associationwould
would ould be handled by men armed ann d with withrifles withri withrifles
rifles ri es today nothing of the th kind was wasattempted wasattempted wasattempted
attempted save of the fifteen drivers driversemployed driversemployed driversemployed
employed by the Scott Transfer company compan3ayor com company ¬
pany pan3ayor Mayor Dunne and Chief of Po Police Pollee Police ¬
lice ONeil made every effort to prevent preventthe preentthe preventthe
the carrying of rifles and Superinten Superintendent ¬
dent Reid of the Teaming association associationinformed associationinfortned associationinformed
informed them that he had not contem contemplated contemplated contemplated ¬
plated arming his men as stated The TheScott TheScott TheScott
Scott men carried rifles throughout the theday theday theday
day and an none of them were ere molested molestedThe molestedThe molestedThe
The strike today toda did not spread in inany inan inany
any an degree No more men were called calledout calledout calledout
out and from present appearances there thereis theeis
is no Immediate prospect that any more moreteamsters morcI moreteamsters
teamsters t will strike strikeFierce strikeFierce strikeFierce
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Fierce Riot at Night
During a 8 riot tonight at Halsted and andErie andErie andErie
Erie streets which lasted for an hour hourand hourand hourand
and in which fully 1WO people were en engaged engag engaged ¬
gaged gag d three policemen and three non nonunion nonunion nonunion ¬
union drivers were injured and twice twiceas
as a many rioters w Wf were re > clubbed The Theriot Theriot Theriot
riot commenced when four wagons of ofthe ofthe
the Peabody Coal company manned mannednonunion mannednonunion mannednonunion
nonunion men left the Richter RiCh ter picture pictureframe pictureframe pictureframe I
frame factory 42 I Huron street after afterdelivering afterdelhering afterdelivering
delivering coal The Th wagons went wentsouth wentsouth wentsouth
south along Halsted street and their theirappearance theirappearance theirappearance
appearance on that thoroughfare was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the signal for the formation of a t mob mobwhich mobwbieh mobwhich
which pressed closely around them themthreatening themthreatening themthreatening
threatening the drivers The escort es ort of ofpolice ofPolice ofpolice
police was compelled several times to tocharge tocharge
charge into the crowd and use their theirclubs theirclubs theirclubs I
clubs clubsThere clubsThere clubsThere
There were repeated fights between betweenthe betweenthe
the police and the mob but the storm stormof stormof stormof 1
of missiles grew gre fiercer ener as the crowd crowdincrased crowdjnerased crowdincrased
incrased in numbers and finally the thepolice I Ipollee 1police
police and the drivers were Compelled Compelledto ompelledto
to draw dra their revolvers The crowd crowdpaid crowdpaid crowdpaid
paid no attention to this and finally finallySergeant finall finallSergeant finallySergeant
Sergeant Sullivan In command of the thedetail thedetail thedetail
detail ordered his men and the non nonunion nonunion nonunion ¬
union men to fire over the heads of the thecrowd thecrowd thecrowd
crowd This when done several times timesin Urnesin timeslit
in succession compelled the crowd to togive toghe togive
give way and the police p llce finally dis dispersed dispersed dispersed ¬
persed it During the fighting Officers OfficersJohn OfficersTohn OfficersJohn
John WHey Vlle John Lorch and Thomas ThomasKeenan ThomasKeenan ThomasKeenan
Keenan were injured by b stones and andHarry andH8lry andHarty
Harry Williams illlams John Johnson and andAndrew andAndrew andAndrew
Andrew Jackson nonunion drivers driverswere drherswere driverswere
were cut and bruised by the missiles missileshurled missilesImrled missileshurled
hurled by b the crowd crowdStriker crowdStriker crowdStriker
Striker Shot ShotShortly ShotShortly ShotShortly
Shortly before midnight Michael Mc McNamara McNtamarn c camara
Namara amara a union teamster was shot shottl shottwice j
twice tl eln in the leg Ie by F K Buckminster Buckminstera
a chief detective employed by the Em Employers Employers Employers ¬
ployers Teaming company Buckmin Buckminster Buckminster Buckminster ¬
ster and several s vpral mEn m n who were with withhim wilhhim withhim
him declared that McJtoimara was one oneof oneot oneof
of a a crowd of strikers that attacked attackedthem attackedthem attackedthem
them Buckminster had 1500 In his hishands hishands
hands ryhtch which he was w taking to the thebarns thebarns thebarns
barns for the company company to pay off his hismen hismen hismen
men and he thought the attack was wasmade wnsmade wasmade
made with the intention of securing securingthe securingthe securingthe
the money mon McXamara declares de Iares that thathe thathe thathe
he and h1efrieimdswere his hl friends were walking along alongthe alongth alongthe
the th street streets stro t whon Buckmlnster BUck lfn5ter shot rshotI1m shotIjfon
Ijfon Wltftom wltll lUtoit t provocation pr voe tiun Hit wounds woundsare j
are cerioua pioue but not fatal
The Th proposed reserve contemplates contemplatesthe cotttcmpl tes teslhe
the inclusion of the lands on the northern north northern northern ¬
ern and southern borders of the pres present prescnt present ¬
ent Uintah Indian reservation re er1ltlon covEring cover covering coVfrlngthe ¬
ing lngthe the headwaters of Vhite hite river riverUintah rhcrUintah riverUintah
Uintah river Lake Fork creeks Rock Rockcreek Rocttcreek Roc Roccreek
creek North fork of Duchesne river riverStrawberry rlf rlfStmwberIj riveStrawberry
Strawberry river Antelope creok rtnd nudArintabuin rtndArintaguin nndKrintaguin
Arintaguin creek All of the land lan is IKsaid issaid issaid
said to be mountainous and valuable valuableonly valuableonl3 valuableonly
only for timber and mining miningUnless miningUnless miningUnless
Unless some objection obj ction should be beraised beraised beraised
raised by citizens of Utah to the creaticn crea creation creatien ¬
tion of the proposed reserve It is proh probable prohable prohable ¬
able it will be created as outlined by bythe b bthe bythe
the Bureau of Forestry ForestryPREVALENCE ForestrPREVALENCE Forestryn ForestryQuarantine
PREVALENCE V n OF SCAB SCABQuarantine SCA SCAQuarantine
Quarantine Proclamation Issued Yes Yesterday Yesterday Yesterday ¬
terday by b Governor Gooding Good Gooding Gooding
ing of Idaho IdahoSpecial IdahoSpecial IdahoSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldBoise HeraldBoise heraldBoise
Boise Ida May Ia 2 2GoErnor Governor Goodingtodety Gooding Goodingtoday Goodingtod
today tod issued a sweeping sheep sht > el quarantine quarantineproclamation quarantineproclamation uusnllne I
proclamation of general interest in alt altthe altthe allthe
the sheep counties of the stateand state and to tosheepmen tosheepmen i ishee
sheepmen shee men of other oth < > r states grazing their theirflocks theirflocks 1 1f1
f1 flocks CYs in Idaho The proclamation after 1tfterreciting afterreciting afterreciting
reciting the prevalence of scab says saysNow sa saysNow s I Io
Now = o therefore I F F R Gooding gov governor go goprnor governor ¬
ernor of the state of Idaho by b virtue virtueof virtueof virtueof
of the authority in me vested by law lawafter l lawafter w wnft
after nft < > r due consultation with the state statelivestock 15 statelivestock tattylivestock
livestock sanitary snnitar board and the stale staleveterinary stilleveterinary stateveterinary
veterinary surgeon do hereby hrt > b order orderI orderthat orderthat
I that all sheep now in the state of Idaho Idahoarc Idahoarc aoo aooarc
arc hereby hereb quarantined in the particu particular particular particular ¬
lar localIty in which they are at the thedate thedale thedate
date of this UII proclamation and do here hereby hcreficelr hereby ¬
by prohibit the driving or moving i 1 of ofsheep ofsheep
sheep ficelr across 5 the lines hereinafter rI in this thisproclamation th thllrocramalion thisproclamation
proclamation llrocramalion defined without a certifi certificate cerUficatc certifiCate ¬
cate from the th < < veterinary surgeon his hisassistant hisassistant
assistant or a livestock Ih ck inspector jns t 01 that thatthe thatthe thatthee
the said lId animals are ar in good health healthbe healthtll
tll 11 exposed > XP08ld Sheep within thi this state must mustbe mustbe
be dipped once accoi according ding to the rules rulesand rulesand rulesanal
and regulations prescribed > d by b the state stateveterinary stateveterlnafJ stateveterinary
veterinary surg su surgeon rg ii before crossing < what whatIs
Is designated as th the upper or exposed exposedbo exposedshec xIJOsedsho
sho shec T1 nn line and all d diseased astd sheep must must1x mustbe
bo < flipped dlp twice t ie before crossing crOl il what whatis whRtis whatis
is designated designated as A the lower lowt > r or diseased diseasedsheep dis diseasedsheep < < d dshetp
sheep line under undt > r the th rules ru and rerula rerulatlon regula regulation r uJa uJatlon ¬
tlon as heretofore mentioned All 1I sheep sheepwithin neep neepwithin nupwithin
within or that come within the state stateare stateare stateare
are exposed X < < 8ed within the meaning of that thatterm thattrm thatterm
term as use used < l in this proclamation and andare andare andare
are hereby 11erb quarantined and must be bedipped bedipped bedipped
dipped under state + or o federal super supervision superislon supervision ¬
vision previous to If July Jul 1 19 1996 regardless regard regardless ¬
less It of whether they til h hevP v Ixen ht n moved movedover movedover
over either < < Ilh r the U diseased dllt t or eXW exposed 1 > se ed < l sheep shefilines sh sheeplines J JUn
lines Un or kept within an enclosure enc rcor or orupon orupon
upon the public range ranga
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EVIDENCE EVI DENCE AGAINST AGAINSTCHICAGO AGAINSTCHICAGO
CHICAGO CH GO BLUEBEARD BLUEBEARDChicago
iChicago
Chicago May Ia fay 2 2The The strongest strong t evi evidence evidence evidence ¬
dence given against Koch during the thetrial thetrial thetrial
trial today toda was that of Mrs lr5 Amelia AmeliaSauerbroche AmelioSauerbroc AmeliaSauerbroche
Sauerbroche 1e who told of a quarrel be between beteen between ¬
tween Mrs lrs Emilie FischerHoch a asister asister asister
sister of both women Mrs lr5 Sauer Sauerbroche Sauerbroche Sauerbroche ¬
broche left the women men while they were werequarreling werequarreling werequarreling
quarreling and as she Was as going out outmet outmet outmet
met Hoch coming Irj She told him to tokeep tokeep tokeep
keep away as Mrs lrs Sohn was accusing
him of murder HOCh turned pale ale and andtrembled andtrembled andtrembled
trembled so greatly that he was as compelied com compelled compelled ¬
pelled to seize a chair to keep from fromfalling fromfalling fromfalling
falling the witness declared That Thatnight ThatI Thatnight
night he left Chicago and nothing was washeard washeard washeard
I heard of him until he was arrested in inNew inKew inhew
New York YorkBURGLARS YorkBURGLARS
1IIIt 1IIItBURGLARS
BURGLARS SECURED 20000 2OOOOOneonta 20000Oneonta 20000Oneonta
Oneonta N Y May 1Ia 2 2The The private privatebank privatebank privatebank
bank of E C Brewer at GUbertville GUbertvillewas
was wrecked today by b burglars who whosecured whosecured whosecured
secured 20000 and escaped eS < 8ped 8pedI
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STATE HELPS HELPSCOAL HELPSCOAL HELPSCOALMONOPOLY
COAL COALMONOPOLY COALMONOPOLYCharles MONOPOLY MONOPOLYCharles Y YOharles
Charles Mostyn Owen Fuel Company CompanyEmploye CompanyEmploye CompanyEmploye
Employe Engineers a Deal DealWHAT DealWHAT DealWHAT
WHAT THE RECORDS SHOW SHOWVALUABLE SHOWVALUABL SHOWVALUABLECOAL
VALUABLECOAL VALUABLE COAL LANDSSOLD LANDSSOLDFOR LANDS SOLD SOLDFOR SOLDFOR150
FOR FOR150 150 150PER PER ACRE ACREContinued ACRECoO ACREContinued
f fworkinss
Continued CoO UnUed Investigation IneSUga n into into the thehvorkings j jworkings
workings of the Utah State Board Board of ofLand ofUnd ofLand
Land Commissioners Commlsfio lors and Of f the local localUnited 1000alUnited localUnited
United States land office ffic reveals r eils the thefact thefact thefact
fact that it was not uncommon for forland forland forland
land known to be coal land fIed tiled upon uponas uponas uponas
as such and sworn to as such to be besold besohl besold
sold afterwards by the state as agri agricultural agricultural agricultural ¬
cultural land for thenominal the nominal price of
150 an acre The records show that thatone thatone thatone
one of the men prominent proQtln nt in having havingthese halnfhese havingthese
these lands sold by y the state sta in one case caseat caseat caseat
at least was s Charles Cb rle9 Mestyn Mos vn Owen a awell 8wen awell
well known employe of the lh Utah Fuel Fuelcompany Fuelcompany Fuelcompany
company The records of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States land office furnish all the th proof proofneeded proofneeded proofneeded
needed to show that the land 3ir ir Owen Owenwas Owenwas Owenwas
was anxious to have the state sell as asagricultural asagricultural asagricultural
agricultural land had been b n filed upon uponas uponas uponas
as Valuable coal oal lands years yet beforeThe before beforeThe beforeTIle
The records of the State St te Board of ofLand orLand ofLand
Land Commissioners show that on onDecx6 onDec6 onDec
Decx6 Dec 6 1901 19 H 160 acres in section1 ection 1 191 191acres ItJ8acres 166acres
acres in section tlon 12 10 acres in section
11 160 acres in section 10 ISO acres acresin acrpshi acresin
in section IS 1 320 acres in section sectionand H HHnd 14and
and SO acres In section 13 all in town township township township ¬
ship 14 south range 6 east eas was sold soldby sojdb soldby
by b the state as per list No 159 1 at the therequest therequest therequest
request of Charles Mostyn Owen That Thatthis Thatthis Thatthis
this was well known coal land can be bereadily bereadily bereadily
readily Inferred from the fact that the thefollowing thefollowing thefollowing
following coal locations were made up upon upon upon ¬
on it many man of them being prior to the thetime thetime thetime
time of the state locations locationsThe locationsThe locationsThe
The records rf > Cord > of the United States land landoffice landoffice landoffice
office how that the persons named bt btlow btlow below
low upon the dates mentioned dIed nledupon dIedupon filedupon
upon various portions of the thelands thelands
lands above referred to as coal lands landsand landsHud landsand I
and in each cac instance when filing was wasmade wasmade wasmade
made it was accompanied by an affidavit affi affidavit affidavit ¬
davit that the land embraced in the thefiling thefiling thefiling
filing was valuable coal land and that thatcoal thatcoal thatcoal
coal had been b fn developed thereon thereonCDS thereonCDS thereonCDS
CDS CDSNo CDSNo CDSNo
No Names Date DateWm DateS5Wm
20 S5Wm Wm M 1 D Lee March 2 1S76 1S7620S 18fGi06A 157606A
20S i06A A J T Reynolds March 2 1STC 18763AJICanute 1476361Canute
361 3AJICanute Canute Petersen July JlIl 26 6 1SS 1855 1855a65 Sil SilO
365 = 0 T Hn Halister lister May Ma W 1SSO 1SSOStS 188 SSfJSliels + 1 1SNiels
StS Sliels Niels t P NfelsenMay Nielsen 11f > lseR May lay 16 t JSSO lSSO471Lam
471 4ilLars Lars S Anderson J el1 on Feb 2J 18S1 18S1WIM 1 l l401M I
WIM L Davis Day ci eltt t S 1SSI I I49GJohn t496John
4 49GJohn C John Smith Sept opt s W81 W81RW 1S81rmJohn 1P616e4John
rmJohn RW John A Erickson I < May Ia 9 1SSI 1SSI5St 1881056Lars
Wrar 5St > Lars M Olden July J1I1 IS ISRle MS2 MS2KKVReese 1x33890Reese
KKVReese Rle e Htehee Aug IS 1Sufu JSS2 158614Seymour
610 614Seymour Sevmour B Young g Oct ll II 1S6Z 1 1t6Edwin
656 t6Edwin Kttwln ufu K 1 BRI Rich h April W it JS8X lSgl656Henry
656 6ifHnry Henry Lunt April p S3 J JSR JSRm I ItIriSemour
m tIriSemour Seymour B Young Youn April Pril 9 WS4 WS4600Enos 1
600 E os D Hope April 11 11SS4 154 154713Charles 1S 1S71S
i1tCharles 71S Oharleg Jlamman IIammanSept Sept S pt i i JSj J Ji2Villiam 1535 1535722William
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TSJEmma iZ Emma N Davis Sept 13 1S 1S737Fred 1886 18863iFred 1886iiiFred
737Fred J May Dec ec W KSSG JS6 1886 1 1S2 i iS2tHenn jS9Henry
S2 S2tHenn Henry William Teasdel Peb Feb 2 2 18SS 18SS30Fred I 1858i0Fred
30Fred Fred W Tracy I Feb eb 2 1SW 1SWS31 1S111Ss11Heber 1566SlHeber I
S31 s11Heber Heber R Kimballleb Kimball Feb 2 M8 M8S55Henry IkISS55Henrv 1i + NS NSS
S55Henry S c White May May tIll 22 2 JS68 JS68SmCharles JSMS61Charies
SmCharles W A Schnell SchnellFeb Feb Feb X 5 l K > JI
tUSAmuet 12 Samuel P Teasdel It b943Henry 1 J 1ft 1ft3HenfJ
I 4lHenry W Y Twsdel Feb Ft > b 15 1 18 18I 1914Alma W W9H
I 9H 9HAlma Alma S Kendall j eo > o te i 1KB Ie9t9Gt
1 04 9t9Gt 9111George George > orge PC j Smith SmithIlebS Feb eb 3S S 1SW 1SWlOKCharly JMII05Charl 15 151o26Charly
II05Charl lOKCharly Marthini Feb 19 13 JSIO 35f0S7Erman j i
WTiErraan 1Cmr rman B Jones Feb 19 Bf9 1S 1SW J O I I1o1lCarl
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183IHendrick 1931 Hendrick Olsen OI eb 21 t MW MW03SGeorse 181000000Gcxl5t 1
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i 10S7 JJs biSiKohn Kohn l ohn S Peters Petersen Petersen1099Henry D Dtoc c 30 1 1J J
10 1099Henry Henry J CartstOH CaI1st R r eb S 1W1 1W1JITS l l11Mart
JITS 11 11Mart 75 S Martin arjn In Rollf Rollins s Jn J n n115Tho Zt ID IDI fJ fJjlS
jlS lS6Tho Those Philemon TWwelJan i lt1185W111Iam 1SB 1SB11S2 1883JIFWIIIIRm
I 11S2 JIFWIIIIRm Wllllsm S Sperry JAn 7 1SS8 1SS83525David J Jl l5
3525David l H Carteton CAr CarletonMarch ton March 1 1i 1S 1Sisni 1M 1M11i2tGustat
11i2tGustat isni 1520Gustave ti9t > ivf Siahohm March 1 ww wwi DtJfJ
i i i 1530Frank J 8850 rol rank r nk A Brown frb rc2 10 MIM MIMI Jr 15U 15U1510Mars
I I 1540Mary 1 D DT C Nielsen July JUI 6 too 1650154Cora ttWlP5 tooI
lP5 li 154Cora 1ora vO > ra Seely StI Julys Julys1551Silas July JI i 1iIW 9
I 1551 11Snas Silas i Seely July f fNeihMJul 1189 1189j105Arstenus 1
j105Arstenus 11552 Arstanws Neils NeihMJul July 6 1 1I 1M8 15611SCi6dmund
156Edmllud I 1565 RdmHiHl L Terry Sept a 3 1MO 14891514Patrick 11100OMane I
1514Patrick OMane Sept 11 WoC WoCli01J WK1501J
1501 li01J J A Jacobsen Nov 15 199 19991381William 199H 1
1181Wlllam C Gdd all 1i 1 11dGeor 11036George I
1dGeor H Georse = Jensen JensenFeb Jt Feb o eb 2115 21 189 18912CR > > M I IlaJUhew
12CR laJUhew + Matthew G Stephen May 2 1SB 1 15911Charles
911 911Charles mChar Charhss B r Durct > un t Feb K 1 JSW JSWBurnetts 1 1eQla 1589Burnetts
eQla eQlaBurnetts I
Burnetts Vanilla Extract Extracthas Extracthas
has outlived criticism It is th the finest finestI l et Ii IiI
I I vanilla extract that can a b 1H < > bought I
MURDER IN OREGON OREGONCharred OREGONCharred
Charred Body Found Under Pile of ofBurning ofBurning ofBurning
Burning Ties TiesPortland TiesPortland TiesPortland
Portland Ore May ay 2 4 A special to tothe tothe tothe
the Oregonian received from Glendale GiendaleOre GlendaleOr GlendaleOre
Ore Or states that on Monday track trackwalker trackwalker trackwalker
walker Ed Holts discovered the charred charredremains charredremains charredremains
remains of an unknown man m n who had hadevidently hftdeidently hadevidently
evidently been murdered under a pile pileof plIeoOr pileof
of burning ties at the north of a rail railway raitwa railway ¬
way wa trestle on the Southern Pacific Pacificrailroad Paclftcrailroad Pacificrailroad
railroad north of Glendale Appear Appearances Appeoranc Appearances ¬
ances anc S indicated that the man had been beenkilled beenkilled beenkilled
killed about ab ut fifty feet above the place placewhere placewhere placewhere
where the body bod was found Front thatplace that thatplace thatplace
place a a broad trail led to the fire and andin andin andin
in the neighborhood the brush and andgrass andgrass
grass rass had been trampled down as asthough asthou asthough
though thou h the murderer had searched for fora
a place to conceal the body bodyYsaye bod bodI bodyYsaye
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Dress fioods Sale SaleArE
ArE so j gIPat neat an anil bargains so big that words fail tf to wn gin any Jd idea ideaf a anf
nf f the > MUIWfldous value aluC to be had and you lU aT arc missing th the golden buy buying buylug
lug opportunity or the year if you ou dont attend attndThis attendThis
This ireat Cutin rriccs rriccsWhite on Our Own Ownreerless
reerless Stock of White 6oods 6oodsLaces OoodsEaces
Laces and Dress 600ds 600dsWas
Was made for a SpecIfic purpoS purposeto to which every consideration of cost costand
and loss was mad made subservient subs rient The tremendous seUln selling g of the past two twodayg twodays I
days has brought the goal or our hopes In night It therefore behooves be behooves
hooves belated buyers to take prompt advantage of the opportunities opporluniUeaI
open to them
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the west Investigate and we will willconvince willconvince willconvince
convince you as quality and priceFbFr price pricer
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garments we know of ofAre ofAre ofAre
Are these Cravenette Raincoats and andlight andlight andlight
light weight Topcoats TopcoatsThe
The purpose of which is apparent apparentwhenever apparentvhenever apparentwhenever
whenever the chilly weather manesthe makes makesthe makesthe
the ordinary garb insufficient and the theheavy theheavy theheavy
heavy overcoat unnecessaryI unnecessary unnecessaryTopcoats unnecessaryTopcoats
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Liitle Ailments That Should Be B Looked Lo k d After Aft rIf If i One OreWants OneWants
Wants to Keep Well J
Any Anyone one who bas any of the th e many manysymptoms manysJmptoms manysymptoms
symptoms caused by poor digestion digestioniihould digestionShould digestionfliould
Should take special care to avoid avoidconditions avoidconditions avoidconditions
conditions where disease germs arc arcHKely arc arcUlieb arelikely
likely to be present Any of the fol following following following
lowing symptoms are good evidence of ofstomach orstomach ofstomach
stomach troubles troublesAcidity tr troublesAcidity ubles ublesAcidlt
Acidity Acidlt NaiiseaSpitting Na Naiisea NajlseaSpltling sea seaSpitting
Spitting up of food Gripes GripesColic GrfpesCone Gres GresColic
Colic Coated C ated tongue tonsueHeaviness tongtinHeaviness tongueHeaviness
Heaviness at stomSbur stom S uf taato t ato in the tfcoach tIIcach theach
ach mouth mouthSediment mouthS mouthSediment
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Night lght sweats V Norvou3n NorsouSnsa NorsouSnsaHeadache ss ssHeadache s st
Headache Sfek hbAd heftfkohe heftfkoheIOSB MduchIo a to toLoss
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Heartburn BrowsmbsS i i
These little ailments ailme which indicate indicatea 1icate 1icatea
a weak w k stomach and imperfect imper ect diges digestion dlgpstlon digestion ¬
tion should be looked after att r by the use useof UIOor useof
of Mlona if one wants to keep well wellA wellA wellA
A tablet t blot of this thi remarkable remedy remedytaken rcmed3before remedytake
taken before each meal will so sostrengthen 50strengthen sostrengthen
strengthen the thstomaChanddgsthO thstomaChanddgsthOorgans stomach and digestive dlgestlvoorgans digestiveorgans
organs that natural weight w lght will UL be e re restoredand restores e estoreJr ¬
storedand stores and erCecthdtiHh perfect > health and strength strengthregained strengthregained strengthregained
regained 50c a t boxAsk box boxlSk > ox oxAsk
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