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THE HE SALT LAKE HERALD TUESDAY rl EHD4 y OCTOBER R 17 1905 io
CTORS FOR FORENSUING FORENSUING 1 1ENSUING
ENSUING YEAR YEARlection YEARReId
lection Held by Colorado Colo do Fuel FuelIron FuelIronCom FuelIron
Iron IronCom Company CompanyNO CompanyNO any I ICHANGE
t It
NO CHANGE JNoFIcERs INOFF1CERS INOFF1CERSFINANCIAL rN OFFICERS
4
1 FINANCIAL STATEMENT FOR THE THEPAST
PAST YEAR YEARLW
LW 0 0r
1 n r Oct 16 lSlh Jh annual meet JneetI
4 1 I I i the stockholders of the Colorado Coloradof ColoradoN
f a 1 1 Iron company t at t which were wereresented wer werl wereHented
N > tT l resented < sent Hented d in porson potSonaBd and by proxy proxyt2l proxyI
I 1tI t2l 11 pharea of stock out of a total totalJ2i32o totalIr totalLIp
Ir > J2i32o l LIp 124 was bald in this city today todayfd todayl
l th f fol1owin oUowlng WQre ore unanlm9usly unanlm9uslyt
fd t > d directors tor or tho th ensuing year yearUvjn yearw oar oarldn
Uvjn W V Kreah Edwin Hawley Hawleyoun HawleyOLn Hawleyr
oun r H MeClement Bonjamin Nleoll NleollTllat Nicolln NicoliILl
Tllat n ILl l P Ward ard Winslow S Pierce Pierceise PierceCt
Ct 4 ise ge t J Gould E IL T Jeffery E H HHarrtman HHnrlman H1lurIIan
Harrtman K ii W Oglesby gleaby Edwin ISdwinioud Edwiniould EdwinotiId
< ioud D 1 C Boaman F J Hearne HearneNo HeArneNo HearnoNo
No Change In Officers Officersit
AF it is understood that there will willI willrlo
I L no change bttUO In the officers or man management managNnent mantZffleflt ¬
agement of the company there was waso
0 tlection of officers the matter be beS bedClerrcd bedeferred
S deferred by tho directors until untilh untiltht
tht h if meeting in New ew York this month monthXiJ
17 XiJ report port of President F C Hearne Hearnefo Hoarneitseal
fo the fiscal year ended June SO O 1905 1905tvaa 1905r1S 1905M
tvaa M submitted and shows tho largest largestt
t V jage JJg < of coal ever produced by the theit theItTrall
I
it ItTrall ItTrallIh L nraity nraityIho I Y YA
Iho Ih A l gross earnings from operations operationsM
C M the year are ar shown by the report reportj
j bp 18615017 an Increase of 6763 6763i
i I as d compared with the preceding precedingear pr preedlnear edlng edlngear
ear
Leaves a Deficit Deficitflip DeficitnIP Deficiti1t
flip i1t let et earnings carried to tho thordir thodI thedi
rdir dI di of income account were 1474 147an 1474q
02 q an Increase of 1806876 as com comared comUcJ cornircd
ared with 1tli the theprecodlnc preceding year The to toai
ai 11 net earnings from all sources sourcesamounted sources1n1 sourc sourc1arLted °
amounted 1n1 1arLted unted to 1922047 It Is i explained explainedjy e Ilalned IlalnedJ
jy J l the report that this total after the thepayment thepaymfnt thetymcnt
payment of all fixed charge and slnk slnkrg slnkLg sinkL
rg L g funds leaves a deficit of 841322 841322arrled 141r2arIP 4122r1ed
arrled arIP r1ed to the debit of profit and loss losaTJie lossTh lOseTh
TJie Th value and extent of the various variousuang variousHng various1ing
uang 1ing properties of the company un unjpr unIfl Unirr
jpr liberal prospecting and the opera operaon
on of more improved facilities is re reartt reortd rertt
artt ortd rtt d to be steadily increasing increasingOfficers incrooslngI increasingIfliqcrs
Officers I and directors of the constl constl4Pit constlJPTt constit
4Pit t companies of which hlc there are areorre areornE are3rc
orre fifteen pr r more were also elected electedQuay olectedr1 electedAll
Quay r1 JY All reports of the years busi busis3 bU busiof i ig
s3 g of this company is reported In a ar aroprrous aI
r roprrous I 0 peroug condition conditionSETTLED conditionSETTLED conditionSETTLED
SETTLED OUT OF COURT COURTMrs COURTSMrs
Mrs Flower Will Get Her Share of ofFathers ofFathers ofFathers
Fathers Estate EstatePirtsburff Estatep
Pirtsburff p tburg burg Oct IS 1SCouns Counsel for brrih ili iliSarah 111 1118lr1h
Sarah rih Eleanor El anor Flower daughter of the theito theJt0 theiac
iac ito Charles Lockhart of this city is isirrity ISt isrity
t irrity 1rit rity for the statement that an ami amiat amiat amiat
at agreement with the other member membertiv
tiv u Lockhart family has been reached reachedrJ
r rJ J a c ontest to break the will has been beena be n
a 1 crt frtiti d L Mrs Flower incurred the t e dIe dtatapurr diat
tapurr t I 4 rl of her father it ia 1 said by mar raarDr marj marIr
j Dr W V S Floxver of this city clt and andMr andMr
1 Mr tr Lockhart Lo < khart died more than a ar 8r ar
r r so it was found that she had been beent
t 11 > i with the Income from W00000 W00000r
1 r r > hrr sisters and brothers shared in instat Intat InT
T stat tat variously estimated tb be worth worthi worthoooo
r i KiOOeOOO oooo to S506 S5O88OOO0 0000 Mr Ir LoeU LoeUi
J i was one of the founders of the thes thellrd theard
s lard ard Oil company companyBANKER companBANKER comoanyBANKER
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BANKER IN PRISON PRISONvver PRISONi
1 vver i vel rr Oet 16 16E E M Johnson Johnsonrid Johnsont
t I rid ldpnt nt of the FideHty Flde1it Savings as asi asii
i 04 u ii n which failed on July 3 1904 1904L
l L aken to the state penitentiarj alt alto a atity
4 I o u fity ity today to serve an inde indevnato Indet
t vnato tt > sentence of two to thr three threetor threefor o ofor
for having miareprepented ml repre uted the thet
t t u tal 11 condition of the association in ini Intj
tj i j oflirlal Ofli lal reports He was convicted convictedn convictediternber
n 8fptember 2 at his third trial and andr anc1lupreme
I r supreme court today refused a ajp ili ar
i jp r rodeaa r pdeas In his case
UNITED STATES STATESSUPREME STATESSUPREME 1 1SUPREME
SUPREME COURT COURTMotion
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Motion toAdvanqe to toAdvaflCCthCQaSeO1 Advance the h Case Ca epf of James Jamesf J JamesHowarDethed n les lesr
f HowardjDenied HowardjDeniedARGUMENT How HowarDethedARGUMENT rdDenied rdDeniedARGUMENlIN
ARGUMENlIN ARGUMENT IN GREENE GR ENE CASE CASlTOBACCO CASETOBACCO ASE ASETOBACCO
TOBACCO AND WESTERN PAPER PAPERTRUST PAPERTRUST PAPERTRUST
TRUST CASES CASESWashington CASESWuhlngtou CASESWashington
Washington Oct 11 lThe The motion to toadvance toadvance
advance th hearing of tho css ease of the theataU UtOstate tbICstate
state of Kentucky vs s James Howard Howardconvicted HowardconvIcted Howardonvlcted
convicted of complicity in the murder of ofGovernor orGO ofGovOrnor
Governor GO rnor Goobel made de in th the supreme supremecourt supremlcourt supremecourt
court of the United State last Tuesday Tuesdaywas Tuesduwas Tuesdaywas
was today denied by the court The rr e case casealready CAsealready casealready
already has an advanced place on the thodocket U1docket thetlocket
docket and probably will be hoard in De December December December ¬
cember In the regular order of business businessCase businessCase businaCase
Case of Senator Greene GreeneWashington Greenerulaington GreeneWashington
Washington Oct 1C 16Argument Argument was washeard Waslird waslfMrd
heard today ie the supreme court of the theUnited theUnJtedStates theljivfted
United UnJtedStates States in the case of George GeorceGroene GeorgeGreene K KOreene
Greene a New N8 York state senator in indicted indicted Indicted ¬
dicted In the criminal court of the Dis District DI DItrict Diatrict ¬
trict of Columbia with George W Bea Beavers Beaver Beevers
vers and others on the charge of con conspiracy conaphacy consplracy ¬
spiracy to defraud the government in inconnection inconnocUon iiiconnection
connection with the recent poetofflce Ir Irregularities Ir IrlesularlUea INregularIties ¬
regularities Greene has ha steadily steu ll restated restatedextradition reslstNletr resistedectrtiItion
extradition etr dltlon te this jurisdiction jurisdictionLower jurIsdictionLower jurisdictionLower
Lower Court Sustained SustainedWashington SustainedWashiftgloR SustainedVasbingtos
Washington Oct 16 IGIn In the case of E EI EL
I L 1 Wlmbish vs S Henry Honr Jamison the su supreme supreme supreme ¬
preme court urt of the United States today todayreversed todtl todayveersed
reversed the decision deci ian of the district l trict court courtfor courtfor courtfor
for the southern district of Georgia This TliisU
U 4 the can calM in which bleh United States Judge JudgeSpeer JudgeStteer JudgeSpeer
Speer interfered with the sentence of f a aprisoner a1ri80ner aPrI5One
prisoner Jamison by b u recorders r court courtof courtut courtof
of Maeon lae n Ga to work on the streets streetsThe streetsThe streelsTue
The r reversal a versa 1 of the case has the effect effectof etfector effectof
of tHwtaining > talnlng the lower court courtAdvanqed courtAdvan courtAdvanqed
Advanqed Advan ed on Docket DocketWashington Dockets DocketWsshigoi
Washington s hlngtoll Oct l lThe The supreme court courtof courtof courtof
of the United States today advanced la nnced on onthe ontbe Onthe
the docket the cases against McAllister McAllisterund McAllisterland McAllisteritiid
und Hale the American Tobacco com companys comJfll1Y cornpuys ¬
panys officers who refused refits t to answer answerthe answerthe answerthe
the questions 01 a federal grand jury jurysitting jur jursitting jurysitting
sitting In New York naming Jan nest nestMA n nextMs t tM
MA M the date > for their henrius henriusThe be8rluT111 henrinaTue
The case against 2Igliln t witnesses itRe hi the west western wcstmu westera ¬
era patter trust ease was set et for the thegame thesam theasmo
game sam > date
Set for November 6 6of GWallJbin 6Washington
WallJbin Washington on Oct lliTh6 we aso or Mrs MrsMary lrs lrsary
Mary ary 11 Rogers under sentence ot death deatnur deathof
of the Vermont court oh the charge ot otmurdering otmurdering ofmurdering
murdering her husband today toda was ad advanced advancetl advanced ¬
vanced by b the supreme court of tho thoUnited thoUnited theliiItet
United States and set for Nov 6 next nextAppeal nextAppeal nextAppeal
Appeal of the Government GovernmentWashington Governmentuahlnston GovernmentWashington
Washington Oct Oct2ttThe Oet1Tbe J6 The argumoi argumoithe argument in inthe Inthe
the timber cuttingcase ctltin case of Senator Clark Clarkof Clarleor Clarkof
of Montana was today set for Jan 2 next nextby ne nextby t tby
by the auprenia liIuprem court of oi the United UnitedState lnltedSttn 1nLtetLSttes
State
For Feeble Children ChildrenHORSFORDS ChildrenHORSFORDS ChildrenHORSFORDS
HORSFORDS ACID PHOSPHATE PHOSPHATEA
A pleasanttasting plea nttutin effective tonic for foraiekly torsiclcly forsickly
sickly fretty retty or feeble children with withweak withweal withweak
weak digestion digestioni digestionDEMURRER USecitlOl1DEMURRER
i < s sDEMURRER > +
DEMURRER SUSTAINED SUSTAINEDChicago SUSTAINEDChicago SUSTAINEDChicago
Chicago Oct 16 16Fcderol Federal Judge C CC CC CC
C Kohlsaat this afternoon sustained sustaineda
a demurrer of the Western estern Life In Indemnity Indemnity Indemnity ¬
demnity company c rnpanln in the theh1jUnction theh1jUnctionPlQceedings injunction injunctionproceedings Injunctionproceedings
proceedings brought by police holders holdersAttorneys holdersAttorneys 101dersttornes
Attorneys ttornes representing the policy policyholders policholdqrs policyhoIdrs
holders filed an amended aznon led bill immedi immediately Inunediatel immediately ¬
ately atel Arguments on this will be beheard behoord behoard
heard next Monday The decision was wasa
a victory for the life insurance com company company cornpony ¬
pany
EXPECTED TODAY TODAYWashington TODAYr TODAYWashington
r I IVashington
Washington Oct 1C 16The The isthmian isthmiancanal Ithmiancannl ithiniancanal
canal commission has bean b Qn informed informedthat htfomedthat htform d dthat
that the steamer steamerHavanu Havana which brings bringstlie hrlngRtile bringsthe
tile members of ofth thrf th board pf consulting consultingengineers consulting8uglneart consultingengineers
engineers back from theiiy tlehllnspecUon tlehllnspecUontrip theitLtrip inspection inspectiontrip
trip on the isthmus may be b expected expectedin
in Xew York early tomorrow morning morningThe morRingfhe morningrite
The members probably will return to toWashington toVa toWashington
Washington Va hh gtOl1 next Wednesday and re resume resume resume ¬
sume their meetings meetln s
The Following Exclus Exclusive Exclu8iye Ex 1us 1usive ¬
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Sxutwgarter Normal Norn1 1 Sanitary Woolen oolen Uncier Unciervear UucerI Unrcar
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Belfast Be fast Ireland IrelandPerrin lrel IrehindPcrrin nd i iPerrin
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RIGBY IDAHO IOAHOIS DAHO IS ISSTILL 1SSTILL I
STILL BOOMING BOOMINGMagnificent BOO BOOMINGgnthcntcw ING INGp INGgi1 p
Magnificent gi1 gnthcntcw e1ltNew Jfew School school ioo1 Building I IHearing INearing Is IsNearing
Nearing Completion CompletionBEETS J Completion1BEET m l tion I II Ii I
i I II
1BEET BEETS BEING BE1NGHAVESTED BE1NGHAVESTEDWORK HARVESTE HARVESTEWORK HARVESTED
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WORK ON BR BRANCH NCH T TO YELLOW YELLOWSTONE YELLOWSTONE E LO LOSTONEPARKi ¬
STONE STONEPARKi STONEPARKiI PARK PARKSpecial PARIS PARISpecial
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Special to The Herald HeraldI Heraldhighs erald eraldnJ
I nJ highs igby bY Ida Oct 1C 1GrOrlt Work was com commenced commonced coUmdnced ¬
menced last week in airost on the theextension lheextension theextension
extension of the the Oregon Short Llna3 Llna3St LIn LInSt
St Anthony branch to the Yeiowatone Yeiowatonepark 1eii Yeibrstohtperk 8tJn I Ipark
park About fifty inland men l1nd veam are aremaking ar armaking ammahing I
making the dirt fly and nd good pro progress progress proJ proJgrass ¬
gress Is being made Th < line as now nowdecided noW no nodecided I Iaeclded
decided on crosses the north nort fork of ofSnake 0 0Snake OfSnake
Snake river just above St Anthony Anthonyand Anthonand Anthonyand
and leaves Marysville IarysJl1esccra1 several miles to tothe tothe tothe
the east but at a point opposite ths thslatter th thlattor thlatter
latter town a branch will leave the thomain themain themain
main line for Teton Basin with the theterminus thetormlnus theterminus
terminus at Victor In all there Wil WilI wII i ibe
I be about 125 miles of new road lo d built builtbefore bunlJefore builtbefore
before operations are finally stopped in inFremont inFremont iiiFrernont
Fremont county countyHeaVy countHeavy countyHeavy
HeaVy Lumber Traffic TrafficIn
In addition to bringing much more morePark 111010Pa1k norePark
Park tourist travel to the Short Line Linewhich Linewhich Linewhich
which it is claimed will much more morothan morethan morethan
than pay the operating expenses the theroad theroad theroad
road will get a heavy lumber traffic trafficas
as well as the large asricultural prov provductions pro productions protiuctions
ductions in the Marysville and Teton TetonBasin TetonBasin TetOflilasiti
Basin country There are also some somefalrljwell sam samtalrh sOIUfairl
falrljwell talrh fairl well developed coal mines in the theBasin theBasin theBasin
Basin country and andll1eral1road the th railroad com company compan cornpony ¬
pony pan could do a good coal business in indhls h hthis itthis
this part of Idaho if they tl1 y choose qhoose to totake tota1ie tota1e
take hold and further develop this thisbusiness thisbuslnes9 thisbuiness
business It is proposed to build about aboutfifty abDutl1ft abpUtfifty
fifty l1ft or sixty miles of oCthe the Park end of ofthe ortholino Ofthe
the tholino line this fall and thus be able to tocomplete tocomplete tocomplete
complete the balance by b the time the thetourist thetourist thetourist
tourist travel sets in next June The Thescheme Thescheme Thescieme
scheme scheme also includes inclu es the building of ofa ofn ofa
a large hotel on the Madison river rivertwhere rivertw riverrvere
twhere tw elethe the numb sam emerges from the thePa thePlirk thePrk
Pa Plirk Prk > k This extension when finished finishedwill finishedwtu finishedvill
will make what Is now known as the theSt tIleSt theSt
St Anthony Anthon branch consists of about aboutIii
Iii 17 miles and will doubtless hereafter hereafterbe
be designated as the Yellowstone Park Parkline Parkline Parkline
line Many Man carloads of ties and other othermaterial othelmaterial othermaterial
material are already on the ground groundand groundand groundand
and construction ie beIng rushed as asfast usI itSfast
fast a aa possible It will ill result in belter belterand betterand I Iand
I and increased train service for this thispart thispart thispart
part of the country and will be a agreat agreat I
great factor in further developing Fre Fremont Fremont Fremont ¬
mont county which is now one ne of the therichest therichest j jrlohest
richest counties in the state stateRailroad stateRailroad stateRailroad
Railroad Prospects ProspectsIt
It is strongly believed that the great greatamount greatamollnt groatamount
amount of otral1road railroad talk of the western westernextension westernextension esternextension
extension of the Chicago Northwest Northwestern ¬
ern em line which is now building vest westfrom vestfrom vestfrom
from Casper Wyo Y o to Lander a dis distanc6 distunc dietanc
tanc6 tunc of about 150 miles and also the theproposed theproposcl theproposed
proposed building of the Denver D nQr Wy Wyoming W Womlng Wyoming ¬
oming and Idaho line will result in a atrunk atrunk atrunk
trunk line being built down the south southfork southf southfork
fork f rk of Snake river r el which affords a aI agood agood
I good railroad route and along which whichthere whichthere whichthere
there are vast coal beds from Wyom Wyoming W Wyoining om oming ¬
ing into Idaho and along through the thesouthern thesouthern thesouthern
southern part of Fremont county count to toBoise toBoise toBoise
Boise and Portland Surveyors it is isclaimed isclaimed isclaimed
claimed have been working on one or ori orthe orthe
i the other of the above projects over overnear Qernear overnear
near Baise locating a route through throughthe throughthe throughthe
the mountains They have ha also been in inthe Inthe Inthe
the vipinity of the Grand rand canyon on onthe onthe onthe
the south fork of f Snake river below belowJacksons belowJakso1oS belowJacksons
Jacksons bqle engaged in the same samework samework samework
work By following this stream from fromWyoming fromWyoming fromWyoming
Wyoming into Idaho a water line can canbeobtained cftitba canbe
beobtained ba obtainedfo obtained f fon OP over 100 miles and andwill andwill andxviiI
will enter this valley about in th the eon center eonter ¬ I Ior
ter or and in its most fertile ant anq widest widestpart wldeRtpart widestpart
part Altogether A ogether the future prospectsare prospects i iare
are bright for this part of Idaho IdahoBeet IdahoBeet I IBeet
Beet Season SeasonThe SeasonThe SeasonS
S The farmers here are in the midst of oftheir othefr ofthefr
their beet digging operations operationspix About Aboutplx boqt boqtjl
pix jl ears each are loaded dally dttil1a atjRlff atjRlffby at RI RIb Rig Rigby
by b Lcyrtevifle and Menan The spur spurfrom sp spurfrom r rronl
from ronl the St Anthony branch bianc to the tholast th thlast thelast
last named placet has been completed completedand completedand
and beets are a1 now being boln hauled hauladfrom hauledi hauledfrom
i from those towns by rail which makes makesit nakeait
I it worth while for the farmers to raise raisethe raisethe
the sugar producing vegetable The Thebeet Tb Tbbeet Thbeet
beet crop in this part of the country countryhas countryhas I
has as done fairly well this year but not notas notu notas
as good gOO as was qjcpecte PQCt < I One rea reason reason reason ¬
son te that during weeding and thin thinning thinning thiniilng ¬
ning time sufficient labor could not he beobtained heobtained heobtained
obtained to properly dO > this work workotherwise workotbori8e workotherwise
otherwise many more beets would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave
have been harvested this fall AH AHother thlother I Iother
other crops have been b n away a sy above the theaverage theaverage I Iaerage
average and the trouble now IB in get getting setting getting ¬
ting cars for shipping purposes The TheShort TheShort
Short Line has more than it can do in inthis inthis inthis
this regard A great many train loads loadsof loadsof loadsof
of sheep have also gone out of Fre Fremont Fremont ¬
mont county count v this fall The three su sugar sugsV u ugill ¬
gar factories factorlfOs in this part of Idaho are arerunning arerunning arerunning
running full blast blastRigby blastRigb blastItigby
Rigby Is booming boomin ahead and keep keeping kcepIn keeping ¬
ing In up her phenomenal record of the thepast thepast
past two years M T Peck is erect erecting erectlag < rectIns ¬ I
ing Ins a large store building J 0x76 > feet feetto feetto feetto
to be two stories with basement uni unithe Ulc unthe I Ithe
the entire buUdlng b ldlngt i It Is being built builtof builtof I
of brick and eil elt etohft and will 111 be oc occupied occupled occupied ¬
cupied by b the gentleman for a furni furniture furniture ¬
ture store while the upper story stor will willbe vihlbe
be used tel f r a dance d lnc and show sl ow hall The Thelarge Thelarge
large new 12000 school building buiIdin is isnearing isnearing isnearing
nearing completion and will be ready readyfor readyfor I
for occupancy in about one month It Ithas Itb ithas
has b s twelve large rooms Albert Call Callis Callis
is erecting < a 2300 roO residence rcel llnce < in town town1UU1 ton1Ul townIUIl
1UU1 1Ul 1 Charles Daman ia also putting up upa u ua UIa >
a neat brick cottage and a number numberof numb r rof
of others have already built substan substantial substantial substatial ¬
tial residences here this thl summer summerRigby summerRiOby summerRiby
Rigby School District DistrictRigby DistrictTtlgby
Rigby has been organized into an anIndependent anindependent I
Independent school district with tl the thefollowing
following for the board Qf f education educationCharl eaucationCharles I ICharI
Charl Charles W Poole Cyril i 1 Vail Wilr WilrHam WI WI11am VJl = i
Ham H Jones George E Hill Jr JrT W WT
T Howe and 1 Harry Halrr Schweitzer Sehwe lzer It Itlo ItIf itii 1
lo ii Intended to make our school mod modern rnodera ¬ I
ern and uptodate In all respects and andmany andman andmany
many man people of the surrounding coun country country ¬
try are moving into town to take ad advantage advantage ¬
vantage of the fine school facilities facilitiesottered facUitiesoltorcd facilitiesoffered
offered otteredIt
It is 1 the universal desire de on the part partof portof partof
of Fremont Frem nt countys citizens clU eus that the theatate thestate thestate
state land board will be compelled to toannul toannUl toannul
annul ivs recent action wherein it itloused itioaeetj j
loused 115000 acres of tillable land in inthe Inthe I IUte
the eastern eft > tom part of this county Qount to six sixsh sixsheep I Ihep
sheep sh p owners Of course the land was wasleased WftSlensed washeftael
leased to IdO 1 individuals or supposed supposedIndividuals supposedindIviduals ed f fIndlvldul11ti
Individuals a large number of whom1C whom whomare i iAtC
are 1C not known in those parts rt8 who whoimmediately whoImmediately
immediately Imm M1latcly afterwards assigned lgned the theleases thel I
leases l i or turned the Jan over 0 to the thenumber theJ1utn thenumber
J1utn number ar of sheepmen sheEW men mentioned It ItIs Itis
J Is a clear evasion eva IOQ of the law 1 and the thepeople theJle thepeople III
people Jle do not propose to submit to it itpv Itpefl Itpven
pefl pv n 1 if mandamus proc plOCMdtnCfi ain 6 have to tobe tobe tobe
be resorted to In order O fr to compel the theland UteIl1nd theland
land board to cancel the leases While Whilethe Whilethe Vl1t1ethe
the revenue derived from these leases leases3mOUllUi leasesamounts i iamounts
amounts to about 20000 which Is dl dlvlded divided dlvided
vided among all the school hool districts in inthe inhe Inthe
the he entire state ta still the damage dalna e to tothe tothe I Ithe
the future growth and development of ofFremont ofFremont ofFremont
Fremont co coUnty nty vui JIl be incomparable incomparableThis Ine mlrnblo mlrnbloThis
Thu This county does not propose to sacrl sacrlflea s erI erIlice < rl
flea itself on the th sheep altar for the thebenefit thebenefrt thebenefit I
benefit of all a l thuS other counties of f the theHate thetate thetate
tate The recent exposures e po osures ures In this thisant thisend j jand
and Other her land 1a 1 matters is putting the theGoofllng t theGdoiig e eCooc1tu
Goofllng administration in a very un unMiviable unQrJtblfpo Unenviable
enviable QrJtblfpo poltlon lt1on Their death knell In InMaho In InTdabo InIdaho
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PLAN PLANTOUSE PLANTOUSEFEDERAL TO USE USEFEDERAL
FEDERALGANALS FEDERALGANALSJ FEDERAL CANALS CANALSTJintah
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TJintah Settlers Ask Permission P n toAppropnate toAppropiiatc to toAppropriate
Appropriate Water WaterNINE WaterNINE WaterNINE
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NINE APPLICATIONS FILED FILEDWOULD FILEDWOULP FILCDWOULD
WOULD IRRIGATE I IGATE BIG TERRI TERRITORY TERRiTORY TERRITORY ¬
TORY WITH GREEN RIVER RIVERNine RIVER RIVERNJne RIVERNine
Nine applications for the appropria appropriation approprlatIon appropriatio ¬
tion tio of water oter wero filed yesterday osterta at attho attho atthe
tho state engineers office Most IOIt of the theapplications theapplications theapplications
applications were made by settlers on onthe 011the onthe
the Ulritah reservation r eraU n who in some somecase someeasea someeases
case desire the use U e of the old govern government government governmeat
ment canals formerly used by b the In Indians Indians Indians ¬
dians but ut now abandoned for diverting divertingchannels dlvertll1Jjchannels divertingchanueI
channels channelsJohn channelsJohn chanueIJohn
John Glenn et al made appilcatfon appilcatfonfor pPUentkan appUcatSonfor S <
for eight secondfeet of water atcl to be bediverted bediverted b bdiverted
diverted front frOrb the the Green river in inUln inUlntall Uln Ulntah Uintab
tall county count The diverting canal l lthirtyfive IthirtYfive is isthIrtynyc
thirtyfive miles ml1 s in length and covers coversabout coversubout coversabout
about 175 locations The channel was wasformerly wasformerly wasformerly
formerly used by the Indians and is islarge Islarge Islarge
large enough to carry 320 secondfeet of ofwater otwater ofvator
water The canal is thirty feet wide wideand widoand vldeand
and four feet In depth depthFrank depthFrank depthFrank
Frank Orser of Vernal and fifty ftt other othersettlers othesettlers othersettlers
settlers filed for twentyfour second secondfeet Becondfeet secondfeet
feet of water to be diverted from the theGreen tnoGreen theGreen
Green river in Uintah county The Thechannel Thechannel Thechannel
channel to be used was built by the thegovernment thogovernment thegovernment
government and 2800 acres of land are areto arcto areto
to be irrigated under this canal canalAlma canalAlma canniAlma
Alma Ligh of Vernal made Applica Application AIjllcaHon appllcation ¬
tion for two secoiylfeet to be taken takenfrom tnkEUlfrom takenfrom
from the Green river system In Uintah Uintahcounty Ulntahcounty thntahcounty
county The canal to be used was wasbuilt WosbuUt wasbuilt
built by b the government governmentJarvis goernincntJarvis govern ient ientJarvis
Jarvis I L Bennett of Grand Junction Junctionmade Junctionmade Junctionmade
made application for two secondfeet secondfeetof
of water from the Green river system systemThe systemrile systemTue
The diverting channel is to be 9600 9600feet 9600feet 9600feet
feet in length and two feet in depth depthHoward dept1Howard depthItoward
Howard J Houston of Colton Utah Utahasked Utahnsked Utahasked
asked for three secondfeet to be taken takenfrom takenfrom takenfrom
from thQ Green river in Wasatch coun county count county ¬
ty t He proposes to have a channel 7000 7000feet 7000feet 7000feet
feet in length and two feet In depth depthThe depthlhe depthThe
The DalyWest Mining company companyoPalle of ofPark ofPark
Park City COil made mad a application for four foursecondfeet foursecondfeet foursecondfeet
secondfeet to be diverted from the theProvo theProvo theProvo
Provo watershed in Wasatch asatch county
The water will be taken from a spring springIn
In the Snake Creek reelc mining district and andcarried andcarried andcarried
carried to Silver Islet lake From there therethe thereth therethewater
the th thewater water will be taken by means of a awooden lwooden awooden
wooden Hume to the companys compan s prop property propcrt property ¬
erty crt for or mining and milling purposes purposesJoseph purposesJoseph purposesJoseph
Joseph B Hall and John Hair of Ver Vernal Velnal Vernah ¬
nal made application for four second seconflfeet secon seconfeet secondfeet
feet of water from the Green river rive I eye system SStem eyetern ¬
tem in ttasatch county Marion C CThomas CThomas CThomas
Thomas Elizabeth Swett Harlow HarlowMowery Harlowfower HarlowMowery
Mowery fower and Charles C < Morrison also alsofiled alsoflled alsofiled
filed for two secondfeet of water to be betaken betaken betaken
taken from the Green river in Wasatch Wasatchcounty Wasatchcount Wasatchcounty
county countyTHEY count countTHEY countyTHEY
THEY WILL SEE MEXICO MEXICOBig
Big Excursion of Utah People Leaves LeavesSalt LeavesSalt LeavesSalt
Salt Lake City Next Satur Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
day Night NightThe NightIbe NightThe
The UtahMexican utah Iexican Sugar Live Livestock LIvestock LIvestock ¬
stock company has charge of an ex excursion excursion excursion ¬
cursion to Mexico which Is to luavo luavoSalt 1M havoSalt VO VOSalt
Salt Lake City Clt at 8 oclock next Sat Saturday Sa Saurday Saturday ¬
urday evening It Is expected that at atleast qtleast utleast
least fiftypersons fiit iiIt5y persons representing repr05entingeyery repr05entingeyerysecUQn every everysection everysection
section of the state will make the trip tripPepresentativejs1 tripr1eprese tripepreseitatis
Pepresentativejs1 r1eprese epreseitatis 1t i i of ofthe the company ha hre hrebeen e ebeen ebeen
been onthe on th the ground ground that at is at the City Cityof CI
of Mexico for some time and the ex excursionists e cxcursionists ¬
cursionists curs onists will be accompanied by an anofficer AUofficer anofficer
officer of the company probably J P PSprunt PSprufit PSprunt
Sprunt of this city cityI
I C Thoresen of Logan IP it now in inthe Inthe inthe
the capital of Old Mexico arranging arrangingfor
for side trips for those in the party partyIt
It is proposed to show the excursion excursionists ¬
jets i ts by b means of these trips just what whatthe whatthe t tthe
the companys compan s Interests in Mexico are areThus areThus areTinis
Thus far the company has been b ell given givenassurance gtvuassurance givenassurance
assurance that some fifty persons will willgo willgQ vlhigo
go including eight from Salt Lake Laketen Jlaketen Laketen
ten from Logan gftU seven from roni lit It Plean Pleanant PJeaJfant Pleainat
ant seven from Ogden O den and three thr from fromFairvlew fromFailvie
Fairvlew Amon mon those who will ill go gofrom gofrom Q Qtrom
from this city eft are members of R R F FHaywards FHaywards I
Haywards family Mr l Hayward who whowas whowas I
was formerly formell electrical I engineer for forthe forthe
the Utah Light Railway nnUwa company companyis
is now in Mexico cxlco for the UtahMexi UtahMexican ¬
can Sugar r c Livestock company companyJames comINUtlame companyJames
James Chipman the banker banl < er may also nlogo
50 0 with several sen ral friends friendsThe friendsTile friendsThe I
The company running the excursion excursionwas e culSi n na8
was a8 formed about two months ago agowith agowith o oIth
with Ith the following ofllcers President PresidentHebcr PresidentHeboi PresidentHebei
Hebcr M Wells tOhiS secretary James T THammond THammond THammond
Hammond vice Ice president W M 1 Roy Roylance Roylance Roylance
lance of Provo treasurer F C Jen Jenson Jensen JenSen
sen of o Mt It Pleasant PleasantMr
Mr Jensen will be one of the officers officersto
to accompany the excursionist and andMayor nndIl1yor andMayor
Mayor Roylancc may ma be another anotherThe anot1elThe anotherThe
The company at present Is grinding grinflingabout grinOingabout grindingabout
about 100 tons of sugar cane daily It Itowns Itowns Ito11ns
owns in the neighborhood of 2000 head headof heaclof headof
of livestock < The corn crop cro > for the theyear theear theyear
year ear will be about about3 35000 OOU bushels bushelsLeaving bushelsLeavlng bushelsLeaving
Leaving Salt Lake over tho RJo RJoGrande RJoGrande RIoGrande
Grande Western Ve telO the special car will willgo willgo m mgo
go to Pueblo and there leave for El ElPaso ElPaso E1Paso
Paso over the Santa Fe From El ElPaso ElPaso ElPaso
Paso the excursionists will 111 go 0 to the theCity theClt theCity
Clt City of Mexico without change of cars carsReturn ctiI ctiIReturn carsReturn
Return to Salt Lake CityTs via io the theSanta theSnnw theSanta
Santa Fe and Union Pacific PacificDEMIES PacificDENiES
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DENIES THAT SHE WAS WASFORGED WASFORCED WASFORCEDTO
FORGED FORCEDTO TO MARRY HEYL HEYLMilwaukee HEYLUlwaukee HEYLMilwaukee
I Icob
Milwaukee Wis Oct 16 16lrg Mra Ja Jacob ¬
cob Heyle denied that her mother motherbothered motherbotheed niotherbothered
bothered her into marrying the hus husband husband hueband ¬
band of her dead sister The flat Je Jenlal lenlalcame fenial
nlal nlalcame came today In the course of an anexamination anexamination anexamination
examination of Mrs lrsHeyl Heyl heir to tbpractically topractically topractically
practically all of the Schandeln mil millions millions mu mulions ¬
lions before Judge Carpenter In the thecontest thecontest tilecontest
contest of the will of Mrs Irf Lizelte LizelteSehandein t tS IS
S Sehandein by Mrs Louis F Prank Fr anle and andEmil andEnili
Emil Sehandein the other two chil children children cliiithen ¬
dren I
drenMrs Mrs lrs Heyl admitted that as a a girl girlshe girlshe
she made nad faces at the man who Ie Ienow I isnow
now her herhusband husband and through whose VPhoseoffortq whoseotfortii hose hoseotrortQ
offortq it is alleged she is the residu residuary l rssldulry JdU JdUary ¬
ary legatee lcgat c of the vast estate t Of > f the theIjehandelns the3chandelne
Ijehandelns j jSCOTTISH ISCOTTISHRITE
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SCOTTISH SCOTTISHRITE RITE MASONS MASONSSupreme MASONSJ MASONSSupreme MASONSSupremeCouncil S
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Supreme SupremeCouncil Council of the Order m hi Scs Scssjcn Sessjcn SccS SccWashington
sjcn in Washington WashingtonWashington W WashingtonVashingtQzj hington hingtonWashlntcw
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Washington Oct J liThe The supreme SUpr nlf con connU CQllnntl conoil
oil < U of Ancient and Accepted Accerted Scottish Rite Rite7daons
SlaHane niot In blennldl blenni s MStfion s8ion here Icre to today ¬
da41he day The council la composed of on ond ont ontdeputy otmdeputy <
deputy d pnt > from fromeach each e < h jurisdiction eieeted for forfe to toTIre forlife
TIre fe twentysix in all nh They Wore all allprepent allIlretJtclt allilreient
prepent with toe exception n Senator SenatorTeller Se1lttOlfellt Senturfeller
Teller of ColorAdo who was h kflPt pt away
by the recent death de tb of hit brother broth Depu Deputy Deput ju jut ¬
t ty Pratt of Oreion who was wa a atrlcen atrlcenwith Itrtrf strieenwith en
with pamlyals upon his arrival here herete heteIt
te reort4d better but not able to at atteuU attend attend
tend tU tho cowncll cowncllThe COtnjlhe comei1The
The session was called to order today tlMfa tlMfab
b by the grand eomm commander nder James D Rifh Rifhardeon pJrhardson Riehardson
ardson of Tennessee Adjournment A jourBl nt wa watakon w8tl w8tltaljon waataken
taken at on one e that the members n of th thDouncli the Ulltcouncil theeoufleii
council irteht rJl h1 nay n their respects to Pr3idont Free FreeIdxit
idont RooattyalK RooattyalKLOOKING RoomvoltLOOKING
sI sILOOKING
LOOKING LOOKING UP RUSSIAN RUSSIANLO LOAN LOANSt LO LOI N NSt
I St Petersburg Oct 1G 16George 16Georgeerklns Georgo W WPerkins Vilklna
Perkins > lklna of New York Y rk will arrive hire hireFriday ltlJleFrl hareFriday
Frl Friday < Juy to discuss dt o fia Ute chalices C1IflllCOSQf C1IflllCOSQfbait f Ainer Ainericati f J 1 1lean
lean partloipatlon In Cl1t11IeB thanewBJfosSf thanewBJfosSfloan tho new new1oaii g
loan Tho French bankers bRkersPQot baflkerspeotedhtirp wypgMJ wypgMJpaotedhere
paotedhere PQot lHr today but tb t1 Ui4r tr arrltSirht arrltSirhtbeen arrl arrititF1iheel th thbcn
been poshjanufl p st1lanl
SIX sJix PERISHED PERISHEDDURING P EIEb RISHED RISHEDDURING S
DURING DuR STORM STORMA STORMAWm STORM4531u1
AWm A vful Sufferings of Crew During DoriniStorm DuringOff
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> Storm 5W1I11 Off South Carolina Carolinai CarolinaWOiLlVE a i
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vtwd TWO1L1VE WOiLlVE liVE TO TELL EbL TALE TAIJSGHOONER TALr TALES TALES1IOONER i iSGHOONER
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SGHOONER S1IOONER STILLMAN F KELLY KELVWENT KELIYWENT KELLYWENTDOWNS
WENT WENT WENTDOWNS WENTDOWNSS WENTDOWNSfl5QrN DOWN DOWNYQSIQX DOWNBQS
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YQSIQX QN Oct OctlG ICrA A story of ofaNorth ofaNorthI ofaNorthtlantlc ji aNorth aNorthD Nortl NortlAtlantic I
BQS D Atlantic shipwreck Shl mTOClt in which eight etehseamen a1gi1sea110il eightseameli
seamen suffered so so fearfully fearfullyoxrosttre fnm fnmexjosure lDIne
exjosure e ostWe hunger hunser and lm 1 thirst that six six o othem of ofthem I
them either lthel died outright were washed washeWay washed1ar waahe4 waahe4aUa
Way aUa > or crazed by by their fearful tearful expert expertence experionce I
once eftce threw themselves theIDEel g into the sea seawas sea1as I
was told tqI today by the two survivors survIv r o otfco of oftba
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tfco coasting schooner Vanname am amKlnffoCNtow anti antiRan <
KlnffoCNtow KSJt Ran of N Nw Haven which was yu bcnUei bcnUeilinn b bpatesiteJecea ateJ ateJtolIJecos
tolIJecos teJecea b by r a gale 00 the South Care Carelu
linn lu coaa < B on Oct 6 6V 6Six 6Six 6Six CaroI
V Six Were Lost LostThe LostThe
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The rlit two men who lived through the tinire the11re the8ve
ire days dn s and were rescued by the tinschooner theschooner i
schooner Stillman F F5 Kelly Kell which ar arrived arrived ¬ I Ilhed
rived hero late today are WllHanThomas WllHan WiflialilTijornati Vill1 m i
Thomas and William G Warner both bollabout bothabout i
about 29 9 years yeatsoid old six feet three inches inchestall inchestall I
tall and hail from Antigua British BrltlslWest BritishWest I
West Indies Four of the six who one oneby onebrone I
by b brone one 4 succumbed were Captain Wit William Witliaiii 11 11iam ¬
liam iam A Maxwell of New Jersey Mat MatIS MuteE Iato < i
E A Chase home unknown coloret coloretsoamaiT caloredseaman o osoaman
seaman AVHIJam Vi1llamGI TlllIaIn Griswell well and Alfre AlfreArthur Alfred AlfredArthur I IAthur
Arthur both > of America AmericaSprung AmoricaSprJng AmericaSprung
Sprung a Leak During Durin Gale GaleThe G GaIeThe le leThe I
The The Vanname and King which whlell has hasUaen hasUoall linebeen
been plying up and down the coas coasSince coast coastShco coastieo
Since ieo 1886 loft Charleston sS C for foiNew forNew forNew
New York on Oct 3 with a cargo oi oihard oC oChar ofharJ
hard har pine Two days da s later she ran raninto ranInt ranInto
into Int a heavy 11eav gale and after wallowing wallowingajput waUowlngtWJt walowingiJptt
ajput in the great seas for several severalhours severalhours severalhours
hours sprang a leak The pumps werQ werosmarted werQstarted werqstarted
started but within n short time the theengine theengine theengine
engine room was flooded and the pumps pumpschoked pumpschoked pumpschoked
choked chokedAt
At S oclock on the morning morningof of Oct 6 6with 6with 6with
with her hold full of water the little littlesghooner littlesfhooner littlesQhooner
sghooner was hove down on her beam beamends beam6nds beamends
ends The crew clajnbored up oh Qfl the theweather th thw thewaather
weather w at11er side si e and lashed lashe themselves to tothe tothe tothe
the bulwarks There they remained remainedwashed 1 rrnnInedwashed mftlne mftlnewnl3hed
washed by the seas that broke merci mer meray morellessly ¬
lessly 11881 over them all day ay Friday FridayIncreased FridayIncreasd FridayS
S Increased In Fury FuryDuring1 FuryDuring FuryDuring
During the night the storm increased increasedin
in fury and one great wave broke both bothlegs bothlegs bothlegs
legs of Seaman Arthur and swept sweptGrizzell fweptGrizzell sweptGrizzel
Grizzell from fastenings Arthurs Arthurscompanions ArthurscQmpanlons Arthurscompanions
companions could do nothing to relieve relievohis relieohis relievehis
his sufferings but when on Saturday Saturdaythe Saturdathe
the schooner turned completeliy over overthey overthey I
they managed to cut cuthls his lashings and anddrag anddrag anddrag
drag him on a piece of the afterhouse afterhouseIt
It was several hours before they were werenil wereuJI wereall
nil huddled together on their little raft raftThat raftThat raftThat
That night Arthur died In the arms of ofCaptain ofCaptain I ICaptain
Captain Maxwell fa xwell and his body was wasdropped wasdoppeU
dropped overboard overboardSignals overbpard overbpardSignals overboartLSignals S I
Signals Not Seen SeenSunday SeenSUllday SeenSunday
Sunday brought a ray ta r of hope when whena i ia
a craft was sighted but the gloom sloomshut gloomshut
shut in again as she passerby with without without it1I it1Iout ¬
out heading heedingthe the little group of seamen seamenwho seamenwho
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who frantically signaled her herThat liCeThat I IThat
That night the waves subsided and anda
II IIa
a little rain fell which hIch was was easterly easterlycaught caKerlycaught eagerlycaught
caught in Ina a tarpaulin and brought broughtsome broughtsome I Isome
some relief It was only temporary and andnot audqotlong andotiong
not qotlong long after Mute Chaws mind gave gaveway gaveway I Ia
way a entirely and the craft was again againlightened ag againllghteied in inlighteJec
lightened when he jumped therhe the sea seaThe seirhe
rhe next victim was Captain Max Maxwell 3faxwell rax raxwell ¬
well who on olL oMonday Monday ronda morning became becameviolently b becameviolently lame lameiolen
violently iolen ly insane il n and n followed his hismares hisJwtes hismates
mares fate of selfdestruction selr e ructlQn as a re relief relief relief ¬
lief to his sufferings sufferingsJumped sufferingsJumped S SJumped
Jumped Overboard OverboardThe Overboardlhcsnoctuol OverboardThe
The lhcsnoctuol spectacle of two men throwing throwingtlmmselves thrqwmgt1tehisthes thrQwUgtilihiselves
tlmmselves into the sea proved nod too toomuch toomuch toonmch
much for the Gorman engineer and a afew JItc afcw
few tc hours after Cantain Maxwells Maxwellsdeath 1tlanvelldMth Maxwellsdeath
death he too leaped to his death deathThe delthThe deathThe
The last victim was the head stew steward stewwho steWardwlio ¬
ard ardwlio who died dledlIonda Monday and whose whosebody whosebodywas body bodywas bod bodwas
was consigned conshrn to the water by b the thetwo thcto thetwo
two remaining seamen seamenRelief seamEmReUef seamenRelief
Relief oamai ertmetwe1ve twelve hours later when whentho whenthe hen hentho
tho schooner Stillman F Kolly bound boundup boundup boundup
up tho th coast from Ceylon Ga to this thisport thl thlport thisport
port ilghted the little craft and an hove hoveto hofto hoveto
to alongside alongddcBpth 1 1Both IBeth
Both Thomas and Warner had to tobe 0be tohe
be taken taken off in slings and ud for Ol two days dayswero dayswert dayswere
were unoble m ble to move moveThe monThe moveThe
The rescue took place off Cape Look Lookout Looltout Lookmit ¬
out The Kelly arrived here tide U 8 aft afternoon atterloon afteraoon ¬
ernoon but the seamen were werestill still too tooexhausted tooexhausted i
exhausted to land
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To photograph botOgrar 11 anything a thlng Harry Iiarr ShIp I IlerCommerclal Iler
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Main Phone 2S25 K KOWL l lOVil KOWL
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OWL TRAIN TRAINWRECKED TRAINWRECKEDEngineer WRECKED WRECKEDEngineer WRECKEDEngineer
Engineer and Fireman Instantly InstantlyKilled InstantlyKilled InstantlyXilled
Killed at Fresno Cal Calt on the theSouthern theSouthenl theSouthern
Southern Pacific PacificBakersneld PacificBkersfteld
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Bakersneld nalt lficld Cal Oct 16 lBAt At 230 0 this thisnorning thismorning titlemorning
morning the westbound westbouTrd Owl train trainSfo trainNo trainNo
No 25 5 on the Southern Pacific P clfic road roadConductor roadCQn roadCQnciuetor
Conductor CQn ucto Fillmore and Engineer Cole Colen ColeIn Colein
In n charge ran into an open switch at atLhe atthe atthe
the entrance to the Fresnoyard FrClnlO yard ara The Thengine Thecuil1 Theengine
engine cuil1 vas as turned tutn d completely over in instimtly inStaIt1 instabtly
stimtly StaIt1 killing El1 Engineer Ineer Walter alter Coleand Cole Coleuid Coleahiji
and ahiji also Fireman Butts An unknown unknownrdmp unknowntr unknowntritmI
tr rdmp mn was badly scalded s < uldC and isnow isnown tajiowiii
in n the Frosno hospital where he will willprobably wiHplobably vihlprobably
probably die Strange to say the thepassengers tl1 tl1p thepdssepgers
passengers p were but little disturbed disturbedjy
b by jy the accident most of them knowing knowinglothlng knowingnothing knowingnothing
nothing of the catastrophe until this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning The train was delayed but butme butone
me hour and a half halfAn lial lialAn halfexamination
An examination at daylight this thisiporning thislpornlng thisiporning
iporning at the scene of the wreck wreckhowB wreckVI1 wreckhowH
VI1 howB wJ1 that there was evidently an at attempt atmpt attempt ¬
tempt mpt to derail the th train The lock lockiiad lockh lockhd
iiad h d been broken from the switch by byineans b btneans bymeans
means of a rock or hammer and was wasQ wasfound vasfound
found Q nd lying alongside the track The Thewitch Thellch Theswitch
witch llch wqs thrown a third over so solhat s stoat sothat
that the flange on the wheels of the theengine theengine theengine
engine ran up on the center of the thejack themelt thetrack
jack and as the train wa vas running at atJic atthe atthe
the race of pbpwfc bQIt twenty miles an hour hourLhe 110mth hourtb
th Lhe engine en sine turned over when the theihock theshock
shock came eaYneConductor caineConductor
Conductor C Fillmore hastened to the themgine thetneM theengine
engine tneM as soon as s the train stopped and andfound endlotthd nd
found < 1 thnt Jx bott > th h th uncneerandfire the engineer etighiser and fire fireUOUJtiS firetalt
iuan talt 91 u4 nttlefr at th post OUl 4othbodhis OUlbpcJiOS
bpcJiOS UOUJtiS were AUIB ltinr OlllM jnO6nt in III f4nt y V ot t t the le G Gbox fire firebox tirebox =
box beneath the tank ta lk dhd 4 tId d the man car carwas carwas carwas
was on top of the th itanK itanltOtherwise itanKOtherwise tZln tZlnOtherwise
Otherwise the Olin was uninjured uninjuredThe uninjuredThe 1 1lhe
The steel framcrt framedears cars formed a solid ssolidtrain solidtmqln hd hdtral1
train that felt the if J nr r but little littleStomach lIttttns
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tongue coated stein sallow allo and sleep sleeprestless sleeprstlss Jeeprcstl
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Its place and for that reason rm son we urge urgeyou utteyou urgeou
you you ou to insist on having havingv haY havingi1OSTTTRS Ins Ins110STr
v BOSTETTERS BOSTETTERSwith 110STr T RS RSith
with ith our Private Stamp over the neck neckf neckof neckof
of f the thebotttc bottle Youll find It especially especiallyaluablo DSPeclaijypJ ospeetajiyyauablo
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091 il party part representing npre ntm each provincent provincemet province provincenuit
met t liere today and unanimously un nl uslY resolved re resolved resolved ¬
solved to maintain tln their organization organizationbut organlutionbut
but to issue a manifesto urging liber liberals liberAls liberale ¬
als not to vi visit 1a1t 1t the polls on election electionday electiondAY electionday
day dayi
i dAYSenator Senator Zayas president premdent of the par pari party party
i ty said to the Aseoelatod Press thai thaiwhile tha thawhUe thatwhile
while the liberals still comprised a ma majority mitjority ¬
jority of the voters v ot ters rs no n chance re reniainod 10malned iemained
niainod to them to register thei theirstrength theistrength theistrength
strength at tho polls and therefore thereforethey thereforethey thereforethey
they had remain to passive this year yearHe yearHe car carHe
He aald that the vote In Havana at the thelast thelast thelast
last election totalled totaUed390 89000 0 with a big bigliberal bigliberal bigliberal
liberal majority white this years registration reg rego1st regIstmatioii ¬
istration 1st ration showed a vote of 52000 5 OOO in inwhich n nwhich I Iwhie
which the followers follow rs of the moderate or oradministration 01admlni oradministration
administration admlni tlaUon party greatly predom predominated predo01Ina predommated ¬
mated Ina ed He said he had petitions to tocourts tocoulhi tocourta
courts to investigate cases of alleged allegedfraudulent allegedfraudulent allegedfraudulent
fraudulent registration registrationInterview rogtstratlonInterview rogstrationInterview
Interview With Palma PalmaIn
In response to questions put to him himby himby himby
by the Associated Press with reference referenceto
to the withdrawal of the opposition oppositionPresident oppositionPresidont oppositionPresident
President Palma said saidI
I am anxious for the moderate party partjto partyto
to be a strong arty and of course am amambitious amambitious amambitious
ambitious for its predominance in con congress congress congress
gress as well as in the executive branch branchof
of the government goernmentbut but I shall be truly trulydisappointed trulydi trulydisappointed
disappointed di polnted if it is true tru that the lib liberal liberal llboral ¬
eral party has withdrawn withdrawurron trom the thecampaign thecampai thecampaign
campaign campai because I believe that cstrong c fstrong nstrong
strong live opposition party purtyiS is I neces necessaryto ziecessaryto ¬
saryto the maintenance of of5a a healthy healthypolitical healthypoUtieal healthypolItical
political condition conditionPresident conditionJ conditionVresident
J President Ptilma said however that thatadvices thatadvlces thatadvices
advices received by the government governmentfrom goVriiinentfrom ov rnment rnmentfrom
from some sections of the country countr Indi Indicated Indicated miiicated ¬
cated that the liberals would ould exercise exercisethe exeJclscthe exercisethe
the prerogative of voting votiu The presi president prestdent president ¬
dent declined to answer nnswerthe the allegations allegationsof I Iof
of the liberals that the government had hadIn hadIn hadin
In any an way curtailed the electoral prlv piIvj privliege j
liege merely mere remarking remal ing You know knowIt i
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It is untrue untrueThe untrueThe I IThe
The attempt to call off the liberal liberalcampaign Uberallo1 Uberallo1campaign liberalcampaIgn <
campaign has resulted in considerable considerablegossil I Igossip Igossip
gossip to the effect that the trend to toward toward 4 4ward
ward control by the moderate party partywill I Iwill
will become so strong as to involve involvepractical involvepractical I
practical dictatorship dictatorshipSPOTS dictatorshipeOll dictatorshipSPOTSONTHESUN
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large grouii of Ijo solar oar r spots ots was observed observedwith I Iwith 4 4with
with the photohelipgroph at a that tnsti i itution itutton 4 4tution
tution today tada The group has advanced advancedabout ndvanecdabout 4 4about
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