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Plans 1ans Being eing Perfected for IineGon IineGonnectinffAvith Line Con Conneotinwith
nectinffAvith Salt S lt lake Route RoutesT
SjH olal to The Herald HaraML Herald4tfl14NOV
L s AnstlMNfiv 28 SPront Prom a thor thorr thorL1111y
r uglily rolfabie sfluree has com come the theu
I u i urination that the Oriental atam atampliip eteamIrJ
pliip IrJ lln to be ot run in connection with withut withSalt
ut Salt Lake Route Is now an assured anuredIt
S t It j i stated that matters have haveJir haveI
> Jir progressed that large purchases purchasesii purchasestppL1e
ii t applies and materials have been beeniiiiiJe beenuJ4
iiiiiJe uJ4 and that at t least one of the theiuamera the1vEuuer
iuamera hs been purchased and put putx putIonrnIsNon
x coinmiislon This Steamer toamer Is due to torrive torrive
rrive In San Pedro some time In Feb February Fobrutry ¬
ruary ruaryAgents rutrygnts
Agents gnts of the road have been active activeHi
Hi t the Orient for several months with withUK withth
UK result that a large amount of of1usiness ofbunea
1usiness has been booked for the line lineV Uneptrt
V part of this is for local distribution distributionbut
but the greater portion of the business businessK
K 1 for or eastern points and the arrange arrangei
i imts rits entered into are such as will willt willtirow
t tirow > row a large amount of through traf trafhc tratto
hc to the Salt Lake Route RouteL RouteLital
L Lital < nal ofllclals of the road are not notDiving notT
T Diving lug out much Information regarding regardingii reg rtiing rtiingji
ii matter Vice President J Ros Roslark Ro Roitrk
lark said that matters had norpro norpropri nott pro prori
pri ri ssed to a point where he was pre prepared nrcred ¬
pared red to talk talkELEVEN talkELEVEN
Summary of Railroad Building in Pa Pacific PaclUe ¬
clUe Coast States StatesEleven StatesE1Ven
Eleven railway corporations are now nowbuilding nowfp
fp hui1din building extensions or new lines in the thePacific theiCtitiC
Pacific coast states oe amount which whichu
S < u tl < h road is expending together with withvhe withlie
vhe lie increased mileage Is I summarized summarizedin
in a Boston financial paper as follows followsMileage fol1ovMileaae
Mileage Co Cost t ti
i hkugo 1euO Northwestern 528 ILS1OUtJO ILS1OUtJOiiiago SiOt > 0 0i
i iiicajfo Milwaukee A St Strtul Stttil
rtul 3 ato atot M3WOOO M3WOOOt
t jiuugo U ago Burlington A Aguincy tQulney
guincy 341 tilrtt 19230COO 19230COOlinat
linat rtt Northern MT7MOO MT7MOOirtlwrn 1e17 000 000thrn
irtlwrn thrn Pacific 315 10J88009 10J88009H iO3UOthA
A H j irnman line hln e i > lfl800000 lfl800000iric ILSOO000lpendent
iric pendent jlSll 650000UOY 650000UO LOOQouucv
cv Y > tern Pacific 1001 450WOW 450WOWVhison 4aOOi
Vhison i hison SO d deitd1an 7600000 7600000ii
eitd1an ii > udian Pacific ISO 430G l MWW MWWJ W4 W4i
J > uver Northwestern Pa Paific PaI
I ific 511 15430WO 15430WOLin i5ttiai
i > Lin Line 3 10 e000 oeOooTotal e000Total
Total 2H21iflWl 2H21iflWlTELEPHONES
I Will Be Used by Union Pacific in the iheNear theNear
Near Future FutureSpeeial FutureSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldOmaha HeraldOmaha
Omaha Nov No SS STo To facilitate com communication cornI ¬
I munication between conductor and andigineer andt
< igineer g1neer on through trains the Union UnionP UnionJlijt1C
P Jlijt1C iitlc will Install telephones from one oneI j jin
I in rki a of the train to the othsr Expert i3Xperir j jiintg
iintg r ts already made have proved sat satfactory satj
j = factory It i Is believed the telephone telephoneIl i it
t ill Il facilitate the movement of trains trainsd i iuTsd
uTsd d prove valuable lit cases of empr emprj
j I les even to the extent of prevent preventr preventwreckn
r wrecks wrecksExtend wrecknExtend
Extend Burlington in Montana MontanaLouis MontanaLuis
Louis W Hill first vice vicepresideut president of ofthe o oh
the h Great Northern Railway company companyejuqtod COlflpltfl3PtiUQtO1
ejuqtod as tL saying that the long pro provmed proPe1
vmed extension of the Burlington road roadni roidBillings
> ni Billings to Great Falls In Mon Montua Meni
i tua t will soon be constructed Mr Hill Hillveutly Hilleittt
veutly eittt made an automobile trip over overho OVO OVOt
t ho h proposed route The proposed ex exasion exuslon
< asion vlll connect the Burlington and andiat j
Jrat iat Northern systems systemsSays j jSays
Says Stockholders Are Sacrificed SacrificedL SacrificedLuis
L Luis uis Keller of Philadelphia ha has 1s 1sHlfil isa
Hlfil a circular to stockholder of the thefiiopah
fiiopah 1 ucpalt Hail Railroad road company requesting requestingMII
ilnt MII to join him In an effort to set settskie setI
tskie I i ± the recently announced consoll consolluitum consollittuit
uitum of the Tonopah railroad with the theJiafleld thelitleld
Jiafleld railroad He alleges that the thetitrests thetttrests
titrests of the Tonopah railroad stock stockluidera stocki
i luidera have been sacrificed in the deal dealRailroad dealRailroad
Railroad Notes NotesW Notesj
j W V P Colton cashier in the Rio RioGiunde Riotnde
Giunde tnde otflce has returned from a ahrt ai
i hrt rt e t weeks trip to New York
ih ik LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Quinlniukts QuininerLJ1ttL
rLJ1ttL iukts Druggbts refund money If it itils ItI
ils to cure E W V GROVES slgna slgnart
rt is on each box 25c 25cBANK 23cBANK
Mount Carmel Ills Nov 2S 8The 8Thefl The TheVuutlcan
fl Vuutlcan it r1en IBxchansre bank owned by byT
T M Mitchell of this city and located locatedBrowne locatedI
I Browne nttaen inilee nlIe west of here hiere30bb41 hereis
is 30bb41 rot > b l early today of WM A Airr Art
irr rt of the safe wag WC blown through throughf
f I building and across the street streetCRAWFORD Streeth StreetCRAWFORD
Washington Nov 2S SWilllam William G Giuvrortl
iuvrortl 1 of New York City was today todaylai todaykiie
lai kiie l on trial for the second tlin time on onulktmentg onidiutments
I ulktmentg growing out of the post postTue posti posti1ke
Tue cases He pleaded not guilty
Workmen March Past Austrian Par Parliament Parliament ¬
j liament Buildings BuildingsSUFFRAGE BuildingsF BuildingsSUFFRAGE
Vienna NHv 21 Tha Austrian par parliament paritaniont ¬
liament qpftned ilened today ow of the most mostImportant mo t tImportant
Important suasions in its history as a it itwill itwill
will have to decide the question of suf suffrage SUffrage ¬
frage and the nations attitude toward towardHungary towardHUIIgIU
Hungary Y and as the members took tooktheir tooktheir
their seats a monster jfopular proces procession proceslon ¬
sion variously estimated to number numberfrom numberfrom
from 1WWO to 200000 workmen was wasfiling1 waslUing
filing1 past the parliament bulldingsin bulldingsinsilent buildings In Insilent
silent ordfrrly impressive array thus thusvoicing titusvoicing
voicing their demand for equal and anduniversal andlflivolfli
universal suffrage Disorders had been beenfreely beenfreely
freely predicted for today Practically Practicallythe Practicallyevery
every store In the vity was closed and andthe
the iron shutters were down The au authorities authoritles ¬
thorities had strong forces of police policecavalry policecavalry
cavalry and infantry ready to main maintain maintam ¬
tain tam order but the day has up to the thepresent thepresent
present time passed quietly quietlyMarched quietlyMarched
Marched in Silence SilenceThedemonstrators SilenceThe
Thedemonstrators The denionstrors were forbidden by bytheir bytheir
their leaders k t cheer sin sIng or shout shoutand shoutand
and obeyed orders orrs strictly but their de demand domend ¬
mend was emphasized as hour after afterhour afteritour
hour tens ten of thousands marched past pastthe pastthe
the parliament buildings with red Hags Hagsand usgsand
and banners bearing Inscriptions Im Imperially imirlaily ¬
perially demanding equal direct and anduniversal andUniversal
universal suffrage suffrageEmperor suitrageEmperor
Emperor Francis Joseph spent the theday theday
day at the Vienna palace tram the thewindows thewindows
windows of which he could witness the thesilent thesilent
silent defiling of his people peopleThe pooDleThe
The Government Bill BUIPrwnter BillPremier
Premier Baron Gautoh von Fmnken Fmnkenthurn FrankenthUfl
thurn meanwhile was laying before the thedeputies thedepuries
deputies the governments bill provid providing providlag ¬
lag for equal suffrage suffrageEvery suffragetvsry
Every Austrian male over 24 years of ofnge ofiige
nge has a vote but the voters are dl dlvlded divided
vided Into five classes and the otos cast castby castby
by certain classes notably the landed landedproprietors handedproprietors
proprietors various chambers of otcom otcomfltsrte com commerce ¬
merce and urban dwellers are infinitely infinitelymore
more 31101 0 effective in securing the election electionof
of a deputy than the votes cast by the theordinary theordinary
ordinary people to the extent even that thatsome thatsome
some times a dozen land owners votes votesrount votesOunt
rount as much as 200000 votes cast by byOrdinary j jordinary
ordinary people The result of this sys systefli j
tem Is that the wealthy classes can se secure secure ¬
cure parliamentary protection and fa Iavotitjsm f fvoritism
voritism at the expense of the masses massesApplies j jApplies
Applies to Austria AustriaConsequently AustriaConsequently
Consequently the masses are de demanding tiemantling ¬
mantling in no uncertain tones the abc abolltion abchitlon
lltion of all suffrage privileges enjoyed enjoyedat j jat
at their expense The movement ap applies applies ¬
plies only onlyto to Ausrln Suffrage in Hun Hungary Hungary ¬
gary is provided for by the recent recentFejervaryKrietofry recentFejsrvaryKrhstotfy
FejervaryKrietofry programme and andthe andthe
the opposition of the United coalition coalitionparty coalitionparty
party in Hungary to this programme programmebecause programmebecause
because It does not grant the use of ofHungarian ofHungarian
Hungarian works of command in the theHungarian 1 1Hungarian
Hungarian section of the army today todaystands todaystands
stands alone between the Hungarians Hungariansand
and the enjoyment of suffrage There Thereis
is much tear in Austria that the new newsuffrage newSuffrage
suffrage may deprive the German ole element olemont ¬
mont in Austria of its long hold pout political poutical ¬
ical leadership in national affairs affairsGermans afalrsGermans
Germans Against It ItOn ItOn
On this baslathere is reason to be belitfve be1itve
litfve that the suffrage hill will be bit bitterly bittrlrtttacked ¬
terly trlrtttacked attacked by the German deputies deputieswho depuLheswho
who constitute 206 members out of a atotal atotal
total of 42 The Germans are followed followedby followedby
by the Czechs with eightyseven mom members momhors ¬
hors The government bill however howeverwhile howeverwhile
while abolishing the existing suffrage suffrageprivileges suffrageprivileges
privileges provides n clear system for fordetermining1 fordetermining
determining the number of deputies re rethe returhable
turhable b the various provinces en enthe
the basis of the number of inhabitants inhabitantsin
in each province and the total amount amountof
of taxation paid in such province by bywhich bywhich
which the Germans will still have 202 202members hO hOmembers
members and the Czechs ninetyfour ninetyfourUnder ninetyfourUnder
Under this new system the number of ofPolish ofPolish
Polish Italian Grotian Roumanian Roumanianand
and German deputies will be diminished diminishedwhile diminishedwhile
while the Caeohw Ruthenians and Slav Slavonians Slavonians ¬
onians will be augmented augmentedRiot augmentedRiot
Riot at t Austerlitz AusterlitzAusterlltz AusterlitrAustertttz
Austerlltz Austria Nov 2S 4SA A mob mobof mobOf
of Czch workmen during a suffrage suffragedemonstration suffragedemonstration
demonstration here tonight broke into intoa
a sugar refinery Gendarmes fired on onthe onthe
the mob wounding twentyseven of the theworkmen theworkmen
workmen some of f them seriously
New York Nov 2S SSeveraI Several build buildings buildlags ¬
lags at the Unltod States proving provinggrounds provinggrounds
grounds at Sandy Hook were destroyed destroyedby
by fire this morning The burned burnedbuildings burnedI
I buildings include the machine shop shopcarpenter
I carpenter shop plumbing shop yvaint yvaintshop ttiut ttiutahoi
shop and blacksmith shop The cause causeof causeof
of the flr liFe Is unknown The burned burnedbuildings burnedbuildings
buildings contained much valuable ma machinery machinery ¬
chinery and it will not be possible to toestimate toestimate
estimate the loss until a complete ex examination cxanhinatkn ¬
amination has beenmade beenmadeGAS been made
4 4GAS
t Houston Tex Nov 2S 2SA A terrific terrificblowout tortlacblowout
blowout of gas has occurred in the theHumble tilOilUtnblOOlI
Humble ilUtnblOOlI Oil flel fleW l tearing a hole in the theearth theearth
earth 106 feet in diameter A derrick derrickand derrickand
and machinery house tumbled into the theopening theopening
opening and the escaping gas gives givesthe givesthe
the disturbance a volcanic appepnnce appepnnceAll
All ftnstelass restaurants and homes homesHave homeshave
Have Vienna bakery bread
Beware of o Colds ColdsThis ColdsI
I This Sort of Weather WeatherI WeatherWear
Wear an anI anFLSM
1 Overcoat Overcoats
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f ffi s i c to I IExclusive 5 c o ov
I Exclusive to this shop shopRICHARDSON shopI shopRICHARDSON
4t t1TheS1gn t1TheS1gntitePour The Sign Signof
of the titePour Tour
I 7
Continued From Pane 1 1Arsro 1Argo
Arsro which went ashore off Holland Hollandlast Hollandlast
last Friday was driven further on the thebeach thebeach
beach by todays gala which was so soheavy soheavy
heavy that it was RS impossible to pro proceed proceed ¬
ceed with wrecking operations On th thataamer the thesteamer
steamer ataamerThe steamerThe
The storm warnings on the lower lowerlakes lowerlakes
lakes which have been boo ui uifor for the p pest pesttwentyfour st sttwentyfour
twentyfour hours were ordered drod down downat
at 6 oclock tonight tonightFrom tonightFrom
From Alpona north to the upper uppcrpeninsula upperpeninsula
peninsula shoreof iake superior from fromfive tromfivo
five inches to a foot of snowywere ro roported yeporteul
ported early tonight tonightWRECK tonightWRECK
Steel Freight Steamer Crescent City Citya
a Total Loss LossSuperior LossSupolior
Superior VVls No Nov 25Ti steel steelfreighter steelfreighter
freighter Crescent City of th thb Pitts Pittsburg PIttburg
burg Steamship company fleet is isstranded isstranded
stranded on the north shore of Lake LakeSuperior LakeSuperior
Superior a total wreck She was wasdriven wasdriven
driven on the rocks within th limits limitsof
of the city of Duuth at 2 i oclock this thismorning thismorning
morning All the meinbors of the crew crewand crewand
and captain are safe safeTho CafeThe
The Crescent City was coming up the thelake thelake
lake light driven by a gale running runningseventy runningseventy
seventy miles an hour from the north northeast ncrtlteast ¬
east At Lake Wuod near tlu en entnjnco entrnco
tnjnco to the DuluthSuperJpr harbor harborIt
It was seen that the engljiMMvere ersgiles were pow powerless powerlees ¬
erless to keep tim gale from driving drivingher drivingher
her on the rocks Anchors were werethrown werethrown
thrown but they were of no available availableuse availableuse
use and the ship went bowon at a arocky arocky
rocky pointof point of the shore shoreVessel shoreVessel
Vessel a Total Loss LossThe LossPita
The wind quickly drove the slew slewaround tern ternaround
around so that the ahlp lay broadside broadsideto
to Shore and the stern wag wa so close closethatCaptain closethat
thatCaptain that CrLptain Frank Rice and his crew crewthrew j jthrew
threw a ladder to the bouch and walked wtthkedoff I Ioff
off jn safety abandoning the tlte1hIl > iKlp to toher toher
her fate She will be bea a tot tcttal loss lossVreqkage lossWrekage
Vreqkage is now being strewn all allalong allalong
along the shore between the t point pointwhere1she pointwheze
where1she wheze he went on and the bay of Su Superior SuporJoi ¬
perior She is 470 feet long and of 8475 8475grose 475 475gross
gross tonnage tonnageMany tonnageMany
Many Wrecks Feared FearedInthe FearedInthe
Inthe immediate vicinity of Superior Superiorand
and Duluth and for a distance of twen twentyfive twentyfive
tyfive miles up UI Lake Superior thedls thedlsastor tlzdisaster
astor to the Crescent City nowappears nowappearsto
to have been the only misfortune suf suffered sufbred ¬
bred by shipping so far as at present presentknown presentknown
known as a result of lost nights nndj maL maLtodays
todays gale Vesselnjen however bat batlieve b bhieve
lieve that there have been many manywrecks nanrwrecks
wrecks at other points claiming that thatno
no ship could come unharmed out of ofsuch ofsuch
such a storm stormU stormUp
U Up < p to noon no mail rattened Superior SuperiorAt
At 1 12 oclock the stornihad abat abatiJ x but butth buttltt
th tltt snow was still piling in h heaps p3 us usfast astat
fast as cleared from the streets streetsThe tioetsThe
The steamer Matufa let go her tow towabout towabout
about a mile out of the Duluth entry entrylast entrylast
last Highland night and tried to make port She Shestruck Shestruck
struck on the west pier and succeeded succeededin
in backing out but then went ashore ashoroShe ashoreShe
She les side it1e on to the see and is ap apparently apparently ¬
parently doomed doomedFURIOUS Oolned OolnedFURIOUS
Snow Drifts Four to Six Feet High at atSuperior atSuperior
Superior WIs WIsSuperior WisSuperior
Superior Vis Nov 3fc A furious furiouswind Curiouswind
wind and show storm starting last lastnight lastnight
night ig battering thio city today todayThere todayThere
There IK I no sign of abatement The Thesteamer Thesteamer
steamer Crescent City ia ashore near nearDuluth nearDuluth I
Duluth and there art rumors of other othersteamers othersteamers I
steamers In similar predicaments predleaLmontLsixtymile A Asixtymile
sixtymile gale continuing forhours forhourshas j
has lashed Lake Superior into a fury furyand j jand I
and grave fears are felt for lakegoing lakegoingcraft lakegoingcraft
craft and their crews crewsA crewsA
A damp snow accompanies the gale galeand galeand
and drifts from four to six sixfeet sixfeet
feet high Tho street c car r lines are arestalled arestalled I
stalled all but the sturdiest aro con confined i ifined i
fined within doors and business is at a astandstill astandstill
standstill Railroad tralrm are rc far be behind behind i
hind theirschedulefl their schedulea and snowplows snowplowshavo enowplowshave
have been sent out from division divisionreint j
I reint reintTh > oinf j
The Th blizzard is i said tobo the worst worstsince worstsince
since 1S72 lS7 although the temperature temperaturehere I
here is only slightly bejow bets the freezing freezingpoint freezingpoint
point A sharp drop however J Is pro prodieted prodieted i
dieted for tonight tonightTho tonightThu
Tho power house switchboards have haveburned j
burned out The telephone system has haseeated i ioeaved
oeaved to bo operated making It Im Imthe Imnossible
nossible at present to seenre news of ofthe
the lake ato districts from the tug and andshipping andsltippiit
shipping offices A report from Two TwoHarbors TwoHarbors
Harbors ia to the effect that a aor Rtj nm nmer
er In distress distress ban ha been blowing sig signals signals ¬
nals since 2 oclock this morning Ow Owimpossible Owing
ing to snow flurries on theJako it Is I IImpossible
impossible to ascertain what c S af Ktt t it is isSNOW
Northwestern States Having Their TheirFirst TheirFirst
First Touch of Winter WinterSt
St Paul Minn Nov 28 2SA A blizaard blizaardof
of exceptional fury has been sweeping sweepingover sweepingOver
over the entire northwest for the past pasttwentyfour pasttwentyfour
twentyfour hours and still prevails prevailsOut prevailsOut
Out in the prairie town of North and andSouth andSouth
South Dakota in the hill hills of the Red RedHlv RedRiver
Hlv River r valley and throughout Minneso Minnesota ¬
ta and Wisconsin the storm i is one of ofthe
the heaviest in many year yearsThe j jThe
The storm struck the Twin Cities late lateyesterday lateyesterday
yesterday afternoon As tsthe the night ad advanctvl advanced
vanctvl the violence of the wind In Inerwised 15ctensed
erwised It St Paul sixty mile an hour houris houris
is the estimate of Its velocHy velocHyAt
At Moorhead Mien tonight themer themeroury thrncruty
oury is hovering lio ring close totlii zero point nolntBusiness pointDUSIIIOSS
Business was generally suspended and andstreet andstreet
street oar service was blocked blockedAt
At Larrlinoro N D the wind piled piledthe piledthe
the snow in drifts and train service servicewas servicewas
was badly demoralized demoralizedRaptdly demoralizedRupdly
Raptdly lowering temperatures were werereported werereported
reported from all parts of the state statewith statewith
with no indications of a lei up in the thefury thefury
fury of the storm Railway service is isdemoralized isdemoralized
demoralized many trains having been beenannulled beenannulled
annulled annulledFrom annulledFiom
From northwestern Wisconsin reports reportswere reportswere
were received of high winds with snow snowwhich snowwhich
which continued all la last t night and andnearly andnearly
nearly all day tod y Around Watsh Watshto Vtmhburn
burn the snow lies in drifts roni one onetQ
to four feet deep In St Paul and Min Minneapolis Mm Mmneapolls ¬
neapolis a heavy snow is still ttIl foiling foilingBARGE failingBARGE
Tremendous Gale GalcSweepbng Sweeping Over Up Upper Upper ¬
per End of Lake Huron HuronDetroit HuronDotroit
Detroit Nov 28 A Journal special specialfrom specialfront
from Alpena Mich says that a forty fortyalghtmileanhour tortyeightmileanhour
alghtmileanhour gala in sweeping sweepingover sweepingover
over the upper end of Lake Huron Huronand Huronsd
and reports several accidents to ship shipping shipping ¬
ping pingThe pingThe
The barge Harvey Bssal which whichwas whichwas
was tied up at an outer dock has hasbeen hasbeerr
been broken to pieces by the storm stormTho stormThe
The barge Vlnelanil coal laden broke brokeaway brokeawsy
away from her tow barge last night nightand nightalLU
and Is aground off Alpehn AlpehnThe AlponiThe
The Thompson Him steamer City of ofHolland ofUolinnCh
Holland while trying to make port nt ntRogers atRogers
Rogers City early today went on the therooks therooks
rooks where she is pounding and lenk lenkins kstkIng
ins badly The crew Is in no danger dangerThe dangerThe
The gale ia accompanied by heavy heavysnow heavysnoa
snow snowThla snoaThis
This afternoon the docks at the themouth thetotitii
mouth of the river ware undermined underminedby
by the tremendous waves and thou tliousandfl thoundn
sandfl ndn of feet of lumber were washed washedaway washedftvay
away TH last vestige of the barge bargeHarvey bargelifarvey
Harvey Blssel has disappeared The Thenorthern Therthern
northern rthern part of Thunder Bay Island IslandIs
Is submerged and the woathr station stationand stationand
and watch house Q Qil the telmd are sur surrouRded surrOtiitdcd
rouRded by water waterSNOW watetst4OWPIUGHIGH
Minnesota and the Daiotas Sweet by byItorhenii
Itorhenii trce trcebhiznrd
blfzzatd has been raging ratn here since sinceMonday sInceMonlav
Monday afternoon Flft FItte n In n > hs of 0
fr s s x xsriov
slow have fallen The Thoncnjtt ioclh wlndr windIs windIs1craasIng Is
Increasing Ih inve1ocit yeJojIty and the cojigf coh s sbecoming sbecoming
becoming intensej Jntens Street cars ivexa ivexablpclcaded ejg ejgill
blpclcaded ill ockaded all nigbtand nibt and trains trainsthd tropi tropithd
thd east aTCfseveral liounr hciurelatot13tiI hciurelatot13tiInose latoBusi latoBusiness ¬
ness fs practically practicallysuponded practicallysupondedSioux suspeuded suspeudedSioux
Sioux City CIt laNov 2 2Ilspatehe 2Ilspatehefrom Ifispatebes Ifispatebesfrom
from South Dakota report p heavy heavysnowstorm heavysnowstorm
snowstorm raging In that statif statttoday statttodayI today todayi
I i Larlmor I ii T Nov No 2Sf A severe severeblizzard severeblizzard
blizzard prevails here Freight trains trainscannot trainscannot
cannot moyo and passenger trains are arearrivint arearriving
arriving far behind schedule time timei timeSTEAMERS
Three Vessels Wrecked Within WlthInSight WlthInSightof Sight Sightof
of Duluth Lighthouse LighthouseDuluth LighthouseDulutlI
Duluth Mina Nov 2S 2LThroe Throe his hislake bhglake
lake steamers the Mataafa vtho tIie R > V VEngland yEngland
England and the Crescent Gltyrwere Gltyrweredriven Citywaredriven
driven ashore in a terrific gala today todaywithin todaywithin
within sight of the lighthouse at u the thoI theDuluth
I Duluth entrance to the local Imrbqr and andi apdsome
i some of the twentyseven niembers of ofI ofthe
I the crow of the 3lataain Ma tan fa are believed believedj b ifeved ifevedto
j to have perished The Mataafa will be bea bea
a total loss Tho ThMataufas Mataafas accident accidentwas accidentas
was as the most unfortunate of the three threeSho threeShe
She struck the north pier of the harbor harborentrance harborentrance
entrance while making her way lUte Jfttothe lUtethe
the harbor and was unable to get getthrough getthrough
through the canah She swims ewii around aroundand aoundand
and ran aground just north of thC per perwhere perwhere
where the waves are sweeping com completely coinpletely ¬
pletely over her herThe herThe
The Crescent City Captain Frank FrankRice FrankRice
Rice was the first of three stemers to togo togo
go aground She went on the rocks at atLakewood atLakewood
Lakewood about twelve miles from fromDuluth fromDuluth
Duluth at 6 pm p rn Every member of ofthe ofthe
the crow of twentysix men escaped escapedand escapedand
and none was seriously injured The Thesteamer Titesteamer
steamer will be a total wreck wreckThe wreckThe
The R W England Js lying on a sand sandbeach sandbeach
beach on Minnesota Point four miles milessputh milessutlt
sputh of the harbor entrance She Shestruck Shestruck
struck at 1240p m during a blinding blindingsnowstorm blindingsnowstorm
snowstorm snowstormCaptain snowstormCaptain
Captain R W England is the only onlyman onlyman
man who left tho England The vessel vesselIs vesIIs
Is lying in the sand and is in no danger dangerof dauerof
of going to pieces The captain was wastaken wastaken
taken off by the lifesaving crew with withthe withthe
the help of a breeches buoy The sail sailors saltors ¬
ors will remain on the boat oat until to toBIG tomorrow
Continued From Page 1 1ment 1most
most which provides rovhes that no individual individualcorporation Indlvldtial1
corporation or officer of a corporation
shall bo allowed more than one share o of ofstock
stock Thus if u corporation owns a ashare
share of Block no officer of that cor corporation corporatlon ¬
poration can own a share shareObjects shareObjects
Objects of Association AssociationThe
The objects of the association are set eetout setout
out invtho Inh articles of Incorporation aa aafollows asfollows
follows followsThut followsThat
That the ho nurposes for or which It is isformed Isformed
formed are to encourage the manufac manufacture manufacture ¬
ture and production distribution and con consumption eongumption ¬
gumption of Utah products of all kinds kindsto
to forter and nromqte all the Industries Industriesof
of the state that lulve for their object objectthe objectthe
the development of the natural resources resourcesthereof resoureesthereofagricultural
thereof thereofagricultural agricultural horticultural vltU vltUcultural vitIcultural
cultural and dairy products productsand and to in induce illduce ¬
duce citizens of this commonwealth to aid aidin aidin
in all possible ways In the development developmentand
and promotion of all industries that may mayhe I Ihe
he successfully carried on to the end endthat endthat
that the Intermountain reelon may be become become ¬
come what nature intended it to be not notonly notoniv
only a great mart of foreign commerce commercebut commercebut
but the seat where diversified industries industriesare
are carried forward to a successful is issue issue ¬
sue sueThn The articles of incorporation make Or Orson Orson
son H Hewlett John B r Clark Nephi L LThomas I IThomas
Thomas Adolph Richter J M Marriott MarriottGeorge MarriottGeorge
George Austin George S McAllister C
O Harris and Leon Sweet the income incoruorfttors incomeraters
raters of the association associationIrollowing
Following the final adoption of the ar articles artides ¬
tides of Incorporation the directors were wereHeeled w se seelected
Heeled and the meeting adjourned Im Tmmediately
mediate following this the directors directorsmet directorsmet
met and elected the officers already alreadynamed alreadynamed
To Open Headquarters HeadquartersThe
The directors dire tor5 decided to open headrjuari headrjuariI
tOts Immediately and sot to work workmeeting j
meeting of the directors will be held this thisevening1 thisevening
evening at 730 oclock at the Commercial Commercialclub I
club at which an assistant secretary will willhe
he > e chosen He will 1ll have active charge of ofthe ofthe
the associations headquarters and will willbe I Ibe
be a salaried official officialThe I IThe
The Real Estate association has offered offeredthe j
the se e of office room at its hcadquar i iters iters
ters tree of charge for one month That Thatotter
offer will probably bo accepted anti at atthe atthe
the end of the month permanent quarters quarterstrimt I
will be secured securedPROCESS securedPROCESSSERVER
New York Nov 2 28Henry Henry H Rog Rogers Rogers ¬
ers today was served with a subpoena subpoenadirectinsNhlm subpO4padirectingJjiru
directinsNhlm to give testimony in the thesuit thesuit
suit brought by the state of Missouri Missouriagainst Missouriagainst
against the Standard Oil company The Thetestimony Thetestimony
testimony will be taken by a commis commission commis10i ¬
sion 10i in this city Dec 4 1
was on AirRogers
Rogers whlo v1il ho was In an automobile automobilecab
cab by a process server who threw the theorder theorder
order through the cab window and with withit
it the statutory witness fee Mr Rog Rogers ¬
ers had just left his residence n East EastSeventyeighth EastSeventyeighth
Seventyeighth street The seiiyjr also alsocalled alsoailed
called Mr Rogers attention to the thefact thefactthat fact factthat
that the order bore the original signs signature signstore ¬
tore of Judge Fitzgerald Mr Rogers Rogersdid Rogersdid
did not reply replyJefferson replyJefferson
Jefferson City Mo Nov 25 2Attor 2Attorliar Attor Attorney ¬
liar General Iladley today consented to toa toIi
a postponement of the hearing of the thesuit thesuit
suit of the state of Missouri against againstthe againsttile
the Standard Oil company In New York Yorkuntil Vorkuntil
until Jan 2 1906 at the reque request t of at attorneys attorneys ¬
torneys for the defense who assert that thatdelays thatdelays
delays now being asked in the case will willbring willbring
bring it up for beating during the holi ItohIltis ¬
day dayThis
This suit Is in conjunction with the theefforts tteefforts
efforts of the attorney general to oust oustthe oustthe
the alleged combine of oil companies companiesfrom compoittesfrom
from doing business in Missouri MissouriMCCLELLAN MissouriMCCLELLAN
New York Nov 28 28Mayor Mayor McCJoJ McCJoJlan 3tcC 3tcCIan
lan today gave promise ofhis efforts to toWilliam toWilliam
William R Hoarst to t haV hae the ballot ballotboxes ballotboxes
boxes In New YorksIccant Yorks tccnt luKyocalty luKyocaltyelection uUoealtyuiecton
election opened and the ballots re recounted recounted ¬
counted He announced that ha had haddirected haddirected
directed Alton B Parker his attorney attorneynot
not to appeal from the decision of the thesupreme thesupreme
supreme court yesterday which ordered orderedlive ordcrttIllve
live ballot boxes to be opened openedThe openedTile
The formal orders directing how the theballot theballot
ballot boxes are to toe opened were is issued Issued ¬
sued today by Justice Amend AmendThe AmendThe
The orders direct the Inspectors of ofelection ofelection
election to report at the supreme court courton courton
on Dec 1 and recount and canvass the theballots theballots
ballots The ballots to be recounted recountedcome recountedcome
come from the First Second Fourth Fourthand Fourthanti
and Sixth assembly districts districtsSUSPICION districtsSUSPICION
Chicago Nov 28 28The The mangled body bodyof bodyof
of Stephen Dotton president of the thoboard thebonrd
board of education of the village of ofDotton ofDotton
Dotton was found today lying close to toa toa
a railroad track Mr Dottons affairs affairswere affairswere
were In a prosperous condition tem Members tembers ¬
bers of his family believe that he was wasmurdered wasmurdered
murdered and that his body was paced pacednear pacednear
near the railroad to divert suspicion suspicionSmall usp1cionSmall
Small Children ChildrenGrow ChildrenGrow
Grow lusty lustyThe Lustyon
on onOrape Orape Nuts NutsThe
The Scientific Food FoodThat IoodThat
That Athletes find equally equallysuited equallysuited
suited to build strength
Continued From Page 1 1fjjwpany 1cflpalhy
fjjwpany cflpalhy stock and may have HOW it itqiiughi
1 fnjugh Williamson Stiulre Hls at attention attfltion ¬
tention was wa called to sales of several severalbIDeTcs severalI
I bIDeTcs of the stock at 300 to350 by that thatnjtmtothe thatihm
njtmtothe ihm tothe Equitable Life Assurance Assuranceolety
1 society tout he did not know whether whetherthis whetherthIs
this stock came from the officers of the thegoblets thesotihety
goblets Ho said that Chauncey M MDapcAv MDOjiw
DapcAv and Comptroller Jordan sold soldsQni soldson1
sQni stock but he did not know to towhom towhom
whom whomMr whomMi
Mr Squire was asked about a joint jointaccount Jointaccount
account between James H Hyde tV V H HMjntyre HLeintyre
Mjntyre and George H Squire to buy buyI buyblpcks
I blocks of stock atqck of 0 the Lawyers Mort Mortgage MQrtgage ¬
gage company eompm1y Ha said the stock was wassold wassold
sold to the Equitable society by the theAmerican theAmerican
American Deposit Loan company companyund companyund
und the membersof members lot the Joint account accountgOt account1gotproftts
1gotproftts gOt profits of 4000 4000Squire 4O0DSquire
Squire Tpustee Account AccountHe
He was asked about the George H HSquire HSquire
Squire trustee trusee account in lathe the Equitable EquitableWKietys Equitablesocietys
WKietys record He said the gains gainscredited a1ns a1nscredited
credited to that account was wasCli renllapd renllapdno
no securities turned over by T B Jor Jordan Jort ¬
t dan comptroller of tlie Equitable so society society ¬
ciety and which he believed belonged belongedto
to the Equitable society It was shown showntljat sliuwitt1at
tljat a check of 100000 was drawn drawnagainst drawnagainst
against the account to James W Alex Alexauder Alexruuer
auder president of the society and en endorsed endomed ¬
domed by y him to James W Alexan Alexander Alexandcv ¬
der account No 3 i Other larger pay payments payInents ¬
ments wore made to the Mercantile MercantileTjust MercantileTjust
Tjust company the Equitable Trust Trustcompany Trustcompany
company and to T B Jordan JordanMr JorduitMr
Mr Squire said much of the stock stockallotted stockaliotted
allotted to George H Squire and asso assocfatcs assoefates
cfatcs was divided among the members membersof
of the executive committee of the Equi Equitable Equttable ¬
table society societyMr societyMr
Mr Squire said that George II Squire Squireand Squireand
and associates took 1500000 of Chica Chicago Chicago ¬
go Burlington Quincy railroad railroadstock railroadstock
stock of which the Equitable society societywas societywas
was allotted 500000 and the society societypaid societyPaid
paid the entire call made upon the theI theSquire
I Squire associates This was tIm only onlyi onlycase
i case Mr Squire said in which the so society society ¬
ciety paid the call for the members of ofthe ofthe
the syndicate Mr Squire said ho had hadmade hadmade
made a net loss of 50000 in the James JamesH
H Hyde and associates syndicate op operations operatlons
erations Ho also said he made losses lossesin lossesIn
in othersyndicate operations operationsTryst operationsTrust
Tryst Company Profits ProfitsLawrence ProfitsLawrence
Lawrence L Gillespie connected with withthe withthe
the Equitable Trust company produced producedstatements producedstatements
statements of the Equitable Trust com company cornpany ¬
pany of tim purchases and sales of ofstock ofstock
stock of the Lawyers Mortgage com company cornpany ¬
pany stock by the American Deposit DepositTrust Depositriist
Trust company This statement showed showedthat showedthat
that 411 shares of the Title Insurance Insurancecompany Insurancecompany
company were bought by the American AmericanDeposit AmericanDeposit
Deposit Loan cdmpany in 1901 and andsubsequently andstzbsequently
subsequently sold The profits to the theAmerican theAmerican
American Deposit Loan company companywere companywere
were J2275J In all the purchases and andsales andsales
sales of this stock Mr Hughes also alsoread alsoread
read a statement showing that the thoEquitable theEUitable
Equitable society had purchased 169
855 worth of the Lawyers Title Incur Insurance Incurauce ¬
ance company stock stockTarbells stoclcTarbeils
Tarbells Commissions CommissionsAlfred CommissionsAlfred
Alfred Main rain one of the ouditors of oftho ofthe
the Equitable society testified that he hehad hehad
had made a computation o of the renew renewal renewal ¬
al commissions paid to Gage E Tar Tarbell Tarbell
bell vice president of the Equitable Equitablesociety Equitablesociety
society Mr Hughes asked him to pro produce prothuce ¬
duce his calculations as to how much muchMr muchMr
Mr Tarbell was entitled to when the thecomputations thecomputations
computations were madd The renew renewals renewala ¬
ala ran for twentyfour years under the thepolicie thepoleio
policie written through Mr Tarbells Tarbellsagency Tarbellsagency
agency The computation showed that thatthe thatthe
the present value of the commissions commissionsbassd commissionsbased
based on duration of thepolicies tlte policies was
140000 and that they would pay him him8ooo
J8000 8ooo a year The longest of them was wasgood wasgood
good for twelve years Mr Main prom promised promised ¬
ised to bring in detailed figures of his hiscomputation hiscomputation
computation computationGeorge computationGeorge
George T Wilson ilsofl vice lce president of ofthe ofthe
the Equitable society was the next nextwitness nextwItness
witness MIJ Wilson was shown state statements cttitements ¬
ments he made to State Superintend Superintendent ¬
ent of Insurance Hendricks showing showingthat
that the cost of getting no wbusiness wbusinessin
in Australia is 126 ° per cent of the thenew thenew
new premiums in France SSfc SS per percent percent
cent a add lid In Great Britain 12 per cent centMr centMr
Mr Wilson said he had deducted the thecost thecost
cost of carrying the old business from fromthose fromthose
those percentages Mr Hughes brought broughtout broughtout
out that Mr Wison had also made al allowance a alowance ¬
lowance for the tIi fact that the tl society societypaid societypaid
paid only 3J 3L per cent renewal commis commissions commisdons ¬
sions dons as comrared with 7 7i per cent centpaid centpaid
paid Jn the United States If the 1st 1sttor at attor
tor reduction was not made the cost costof costof
of new business in Australia would wouldhave wouldhave
have been 155 per cent and in Grant GoaatBritain GrantBr1tiit
Britain 130 per cent centPointed centPointed
Pointed Question QuestionWhy QuestionWhy
Why did you keep on paying more moreto moreto
to get business than it was worth worthasked worthasjced
asked Mr Hughes
In hope of an improvementsaid
said Mr Wilson Under the new newmanagement seamanagement
management the Equitable society will willnot willnot
not continue to do business in many any dis district distriet ¬
trict which is permanently unprofitable unprofitableThe
The British business is giltedged a aprofit aprofit
profit ia made on the mortality It is isa isa
a longlived business businessItpstus businessltjistus
Itpstus S Randome counsel for forGeorge forGeorge
George H Squire of the Equitabe Life LifeAssurance LifeMsurance
Assurance society next testified He Heproduced Heproduced
produced a statement showing that a aprofit aprofit
profit of more than 22000 had been beenpaid beenpaid
paid to Mr Squire by the American AmericanDeposit AmericanDeposIt
Deposit Loan company as a result resultof
of transactions in the stock of the theLawyers theLawyqrs
Lawyers Title Insurance company and andi andthe
i the Lawyers Mortgage comrany Mr MrHughes MrHughes
Hughes produced checks showing a di division dlvision ¬
vision of profits by Mr Squire as tel follows tellows ¬
lows James W Alexander S5GSS S5GSSJames 5CSSJames
James H Hyde 56SS GSS Thomas DJor DJordan D Jor Jordan ¬
dan 3732 and andW W IT McIntyre 3702 3702Statement 37ttiStatement
Statement Was False FalseGeorgo FalseGeorge
George D Eldredge vice president presidentLET nrestdentLET
Do Not Try to Drive and Force It ItWork to toWork
Work When IMs Not Able or You YouKWill YouWiiI
KWill WiiI Suffer All the More MoreYou Mprc MprcYou
You cannot treat your stomach as some somemen somelfleIl
men treat a bulky horse forco drive or oreven oroven
even starve it into doing work at which whichit
it rebels The stomach is a patient and
faithful servant and will wlhlstand stand much muchabuse muchabuse
abuse and illtroatmcnt befdrc i Ic balks balksbut balksbut
but when It does you had better go o slow slowwith slowWith
with it and not attempt to make ft work
Some people have the mistaken idea that thatthey thatthey
they can make their stomachs work by bystarving bystarving
starving themselves They might cure curethe curethe
the stomach that way but it would take takeKO takeso
KO long that tiny would have no use for fora tora
a stomach when they got through The Thesensible Theeasiblo
sensible way out of the difficulty is to tolot
let the stomach rest if it wants to and andemploy andemploy
employ si substitute to do Its work workStuarts workSIurLn
Stuarts Dyspepsia Tablets will do the thewockof theworkof
wockof your stomach for you and dl dlsest dlgoat
goat your your food just ns your stomach used usedto usedto
to when it was well You can prove provethis itrovetltls
this by putting your food in a glass jar jarwith jarwiUt
with on of the tablets and sufficient sufficientwater sufficientvater
water anil you will see the rood digested digestodin
In just the same time as the digestive digestivefluids digestivefluids
fluids of tho stomach would do it That Thatwill Thativill
will satisfy your mind Now to satisfy
both your mind and body take one of
Stuarts Dyspepsia Tablets after eating eatingeat eatingeat
eat all and what you want wantfifth and you youwill youwilt
will fc foOl < il in your mind that your food is isbeing Isbeing
being digested because you will feel no nodisturbance nodisturbance
disturbance or ci weight in your stomach stomachin
in fact you will forget all about having havinga
a stomach Just as ar you did when you youwere youwere
were a healthy boy or girl girlStuarts girlStuurts
Stuarts Dyspepsia Tablets act in a anatural anttural
natural way because the > contain only onlythe onlytin
the natural elements of the gastric gastricjHires gastricjuII
jHires juII es and nd other digestive fluids of the thoftmiiMch thestiusch
ftmiiMch It makes no difference what whatomlitioii whatonIiIi
omlitioii the ill stomach IB i in they KO KOright goright
right ahead of their own accord and do dotheir dotheir
their work Th Thy y know their business businessand businessII1d
and surrounding conditions do not in infhience infilience
fhience them in the least They thus thusrelieve thusrelieve
relieve the weak stomach of all it its bur burden burden5 ¬
den den5 and give It Its muchneeded rest restand restend
and Bormlt it to become strong mid midhealthy andDyspepina
healthy healthyaro
Dyspepina Tablets are for sale saleby
by all druggists at ZO c ° nis a box They Theyaro
aro eo well known and their popularity popularityis
is so great rCat that a druggist would as assoon
soon think of being out of alcohol or orquinine orquinine
quinine as of them In fact physicians physicianstyro pliyslclaits3pv
tyro prescribing them nil over tjte ha land landand laudand
and tf I your own doctor is rocu ron honest honestwjtVyou honestwhit
wjtVyou whit Ol jie ilL will t iU < you frankly that tliatflicre thatflivfc
flicre is nothing on earth eai tlt so g glbl od ftfr ftfrUv tlli
Uv 1 pfppja Pr osla as Stuarts Dyspepsia Tablets
M v vand
and actuary antuarof of theMutual Reserve Rsor Life LifeInsurance LifeInsurnoe
Insurance company wa3 a nest called calledHa ahledL
Ha L said the statement stttentont bf the assets assetsand assetsand
and expenses of his company in IsOl IsOlin isotlb
in the blue book bookoY of the New York state stateinsurance etateinsurance
insurance department was grossly in inaccurate Inaccurate ¬
accurate He fhado hado many corrections correctionsThe ccirrectionsThe
The salary ralar of tjiQ1 president of the com company calatinny ¬
tinny he said was increased In 18J9 18J9from 18J9from
from SSoOM LOtO and expenses to 537600 537600Mr 319QMr
Mr Hughes said the bualnesj then thendid thendid
did not warrant an increase in salary
but Mr Eldredso said that it was raid raidbecthise aLd aLdbeeduse
becthise the president vas earning it itMr ItMr
Mr Hughes read a statement show showing altowbig ¬
big the increases In the salaries of the theofficers theofficers
officers of the Mutual Reserve Life In Insurance Insumnee ¬
surance company since 1SS2 The pres presidents iresidents ¬
idents salary ia that year was 537 375 375and 5 5and
and it was increased until 1893 when whenit
it was 54SIQO It was cut to 2SUOO in in1SS6 In1Sg
1SS6 and was 9Q00 after i960 UQ to tothe
1 the present Mr Eldredge said he was waspaid wasiid
paid a saary jis vice president and andactuary andzwtuary
actuary and the second vice president presidentWHS
was also paid aSSnary Pldry as counsel counselWilliam ounselllllarn
William T Kdredfie Wdredo one 01 the assist assistant assistant ¬
ant secrel secretarfeIa ri iM a onof on of the firstvlco firstvlcopresident first viq3 viq3preMdant
president v vCase
Case Caeeof of David Hail HailMr HalfMI
Mr Hughes lh theg 9 called Mr El Eldredges Eldredges
dredges attention to the complaint complaintwhich conrplaintwhich
which had been made bv David Hall Hallto Hallto
to Governor Folk of Missouri which whichcame whichcame
came up a few days ago when Mr El Eldredge Eldredge
dredge vas asked to look tho case up upMr upMr
Mr ICIdredge said that as Mr Hall Hallstated Hallstated
stated he Is h apolieyholder to the ex extent cxtent ¬
tent of 55000 in the Mutual Reserve ReserveLife ReserveLife
Life Insurance company and that a abond abond
bond of S7 had been credited to Mr MrHalls MrJIaWs
Halls policy at tim end of the first firstlIveyears I Illveyeam
llveyeam period in 1S91 but that the thebond thebond
bond bad been entirely wiped out by byspecial byspecal
special asBCBxments before it became becameasa1iable j ja
a asa1iable ailHble for MrHall Mi Hal in 1901 The Thespecial Thespecial
special assessments in one year he hosaId i isaid
said were 57C9R 7695 in addition to the reg regular j
ular assessments and Mr Hall would wouldhave wouldhave
have had to pay them in cash if he had hadnot hadnot
not been credited with the bond Mr MrEldredge MrEldredge
Eldredge said Hall had paid 28950 into intotho Intothe
the company on this S5000 policy and andwhen andsiien
when asked if Mr Hall atM owed 1300 1300to 1300to
to the company as ho had stated Mr MrEldredge MrBidredge
Eldredge said saidThat saidIhat
That Is as I have explained when I Itestified Itestified
testified before beforeSpecial beforeSpecial
Special Assessments AssessmentsMr
Mr Hughes then produced a policy policyof
of 100 10010 0 written by the Mutual Re Reserve Resctwe ¬
serve Life Insurance company in 1896 1896and 1890and
and asked if that also ais was subject to tospecial tospecial
special assessments Mr Eldreflge said saidthat saIdthat
that it was Wfl Mr Hughes then read the thestipulations thestipulations
stipulations on the tlrst page of the thepolicy thePOhioY
policy which provided that the holder holdershould j
should pay 2890 on certain specified specifiedmonths i imonths
months in each year as vraniums sub subject subi subiject
ject to the benefits and requirements requirementselsewhere I Ielsewhere
elsewhere stated in this policy In re reply icply ¬
ply to a question by Mr Hughes Mr MrEldredge MrEidredge
Eldredge said there was no other allu allusion alluion ¬
sion ion on the first flrstpage page to pay any other
the regular assessmentbut that thatthe thatthe
the exception permitting the special as assessment assoasmeilt ¬
sessment was contained in a clause ou outhe ottthe
the second page of the policy Mr MrHughes MrHughes
Hughes read that clause which provid provided ¬
ed that the holder of the polcy might mightbe
be required to pay to the company any anymultiple anymultiple
multiple or ratio of the premium stat stated stated ¬
ed on the first page which the execu executive executlve ¬
tive committee of the Mutual Reserve ReserveLife ReserveLife
Life Insurance company might deter determine determine ¬
mine on Multiple lie said might mean meantwo meantwo
two three or any number of times This Thisclause Thisclause
clause Mr Eldredge said was the only onlyadvice onlyadvice
advice to the insured that ho could bj bjcompelled becompelled
compelled to pay more than the pre premium preintum ¬
mium of 2280 He said that very few feusuch fewsuch
such policies were issued issuedTlie issuedThe
The committee then adjourned until untiltomorrow untiltomorrow
Collector After Em EmNew EmNew
New York Nov 2S tSFranlt Frank A ODonnell ODonnellpresident ODonnellpresident
president of the board of oi taxes and as assessments assessments ¬
sessments today took steps to collect collectJ53MO collect2354m
J53MO 2354m from either the New York Life In Inaiirance Insurance
aiirance company or the Central National Nationalbank Nationalhank
bank as taxes and interest on the 700
00 transferred to aVoid payment of taxes taxesaccording taxesaccording
according to the testimony of Theodore TheodoreBanta TheodoreBanta
Banta at the insurance investigation investigationmade Investigationmade
made today Mr ODonnell said lie Imd Imdreferred ha hareferred
referred the matter to Corporatldn CoOn Counsel CoOnml ¬
sel Ptfanejr with Instructions to bring bringsuit bringsuit
suit to recover 17500 together with in interest Interest ¬
terest at 7 per cent at five years and andhad andhad
had also laid th matter before Comptrol Comptroller ¬
ler Grout who is charged with the res responsibility responsibility ¬
ponsibility for the collection of all ar arrears arrears ¬
rears of taxes taxesSalt I Im
m 4 4Salt
Salt Lake Route Excursions all over overUtah overUtah
Utah for Thanksgiving Phones 19S6 19S6OLDEST 1986OLDEST
Stops in Reno on His Way West and andi
i Submits to an Inter Interview
Lena Farr the oldest Mormon in the theworld theworld
world husband of seven wives and andfather andfather
father of sixtythree children was in inReno inReno
Reno all day yesterday says the Keno KenoJournal RemJournal
Journal He arrived early in the morn mornins niornlag
ins and spent all day taking ia old oldsights oldsights
sights and visiting old friends Mr MrPair MrFaRT
Pair is I 86 years of age and was one oneof oneof
of the first pioneers to arrive in the theGreat theGreat
Great Salt Lake valley from from Vermont Vermontin
in 1847 He traveled by ox team and in inlatter inlatter
latter years S was a great factor In the thebuilding thebuilding
building of the present line of railroad railroadHe railroadlie
He has been a member of the church churchfor churchfor
for the past seventyfour years and its itshale ishale
hale and hearty and full of life He is isaccompanied IsaccompanIed
accompanied by one of his grand grranddaughters granddaughters
daughters and hi his son5nla and Is on onhis Ottlts
his way to southern California to take takein takein
in the sights I am proud of tile Mor Mormon Mormon ¬
mon church said Mr Farr but I be belleye beiieye
lleye the church should be kept out of ofpolitics ofpolitics
politics Senator Smoot has the right rightto
to vote as any American citizen but butho buthe
ho should not mix religion with poll politics polltiCs ¬
tics Until the spirit of lust entered enteredour
our religion I believed in plural mar marriages marriages ¬
riages Since sin has found Its way Into Intoour Intoour
our ranks I stand for the doctrine that thatone thatone
one wlf wife Is enough for most men Only Onlytwo Onlytwo
two of my wives are living now but I Ij Ilove
j love those who are living and loved lovedI
I those who are dead I have always alwayssupported alwayssupported
supported my wives and my children childrenand chlidteiiand
and will continue to do so I call ou outhem oij
them every day while at a home in Og Ogden Ogden
den They aro dear good women and andpure andlUle
pure young men and girls my wives wivesand wivesand
and children but J will protect them themGodsont themGod
Godsont God sent us into the world that wo womight wemight
might multiply and help to make the theworld theworld
world brighter happier and most pros prosperous prosporoUS ¬
poroUS and we will carry out his in injuncton iiijuiicton
juncton What if the evilminded the thrlustful thelustful
lustful and sinners find their way into intoour intoourrehigion
our ourrehigion religion Is that a reason that the theMormon theMormon
Mormon church churrhpne one of the noblest in inthe inthe
the world worldshould should perish perishNEARING perishNEARINGTHE
Early Report Is Expected i iSmoot in the theSmoot
Smoot Case CaseSpecial CaseSpecial
Special to The Horafd HorafdWahington Hora1iWahington
Wahington Nov 2J 2Sonuto Senator Burj Burjrows Our Ourrowt
rows today stated to Tim Herald rep representative representative ¬
resentative that the committed on priv privilege Iii IiiIheget ¬
ilege and an election would tak take no ac action attioti ¬
tion In the Smoot case until congress congressreassembles congressreassembles
reassembles after the Christmas boll holidays bolldays ¬
days daysThe
The senate committee ho said aaidwill saidsvllL
will riot bo fully organized and in inworking inworking
working order until about tim first firstof firstof
of the pear and no report will be made madeIn
In Snoots case until after that time timeThen timeThen
Then I i hope wo will be able to make makean makean
an early report and got time case out outof outot
of the committees hands and before beforethe beforethe
the senate senateSenator senatesenator
Senator senator Burrowjj would not indicate indieuteether indicatewliethor
wliethor ether or not lie intends making a aspeech aspeech
speech In the th senate for or against againstEARTHQUAKE againstSnwo
San Francisco Ivor cjs 28 8At At 1125 1125oolook i15ooiook
oolook this morning a slight but sharp sharpoarthianako sharpoartlnlflako
oarthianako shock waa elUln this cIty ciyfoloyod cItyfoloWOd
foloyod a moment later by another anotherapparently anoherapparently
apparently coming frorn an opposite oppositedirection oppositedirection
direction Thiif pa poouUar lIaPfeature feature Is said saidby saIdby
by Chief McAui fdf jr thor weather bu bureau burenu ¬
reau to b be an apparent Indication of ofrefte ofrefiet
refte action
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AWful Fate of Clarence McDonald McDonaldan
an Idaho Farmer FarmerBlackfoot FarmerBlackfoot
Blackfoot Ida Nov 2S 28Clarence Clarence ClarenceMcDonald
I McDonald a prominent farmer was wasfound va vafound
found dead on the lays desert fifty fiftymiles
I miles west of Blackfoot late last night nlshtHe
I He had gone to the desert for a load loadof loadof
of cedar wood early inthe iii the morning morningLate morningLate
Late in the evening one of his horses horsesreturned horsesreturned
returned home which at mit once aroused arousedsuspicion arousedsuspicion
suspicion and a search wag organised organisedfor
for the missing man He was found foundi
i some dstance from his Avagonfl with
j hs leg badly fractured and the top of ofhis ofhis
his head blown off from a doublebarreled double doublebarreled
barreled shotgun which he held tightly tightlyclasped tightlyclasped
clasped in his hand It is thought that thathe thathe
he first met with the accident tq his hisleg1 hIsleg
leg and while attempting to drag draghimself draghimself
himself to his horses the sun was ac accidentully ac1 ac1cidentahly
cidentully discharged with the fatal fatalresult fatalresult
result mentioned mentionedi mentionedIoDonaid
i MeDonald Is prominently connected j I
both In Idaho and Utah and his sad sadending sadending
ending Is deeply lamented by all who whoknew I Ii
i knew him
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashington
Washington Nov 2S 28TIle The following followingpatents followingpatents
patents have been issued issuedIdahq issuedIdahqPhlllp
Idahq IdahqPhlllp Philip P Marshall Bell Grove Grovehand Grovehand
hand cultivator cultivatorUtah cultIvatorUtahLeon
Utah UtahLeon Leon B Hampton Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity
City stamu fixer fixerWyoming fixerWyomingGuy
Wyoming WyomingGuy Guy D Helmiek Fort FortRuseell FortRussell
Russell cqment burning kiln kilns
Sold only by Citizens Coal company companyRemoved companyRemoved
Removed to 153 S Main Phone 49 49l 19EXCESS
i Now York Nov 2S 28ApplicatIons Applications re received received ¬
ceived in the first few w hours after the thesubscriptions thesubscriptions
subscriptions were opened today for forAmerican forAmerican
American portions of the latest Japan Japanese Japanccc ¬
ese loan were much in excess of the thetotal timetotal
total amount allotted to thip country countryThe countryThe
The loan will ill probably be closed to tomorrow tomorrow ¬
Union Dental Co CoJ1S
J1S 1s South Main MainHonest MainHonest
Honest Work WorkHonest WorkIjIlnest
Honest Prices PricesPainless PricesPainless
Painless Extraction of Teeth or
Pay All Work Positively Ousrauteu l1Iratttc
Phones Bell 112SX Jnd list listCERTAIN fluCERTAIN
S Special to The hie Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashington
Washington Nov 28 Senator SutU SutUerland Sut Suterland
erland has gone to New York to spcn1 spcn1the sperithe
the Thanksgiving holidays with hi3 hi3family hsfamily
family Before leaving he had a short shortconference shocLconference
conference with President RooseviTr RooseviTrthe r rthe
the result of which makes it certain certainin certuin
in Sutherlands opinion that CoIUt CoIUtCallister I ICahilater
Callister will not be removed Ju Juhow Juhow
how far the president committed hlhi hlhiself hii hiiself
self in h Calilsters favor ia not knou knouas kno knoas
as Sutherland has not dlsqldsed tl tldetails tidetails >
details of his Interview but it IK rea reasonably re resonably ¬
sonably sure that no Immediate chars1 chars1will chargwill
will Iw made madePINCHOT madePINCHOT
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashington
Washington Nov 2S 2Gifford Gifford Pit Piiehot Piteliot
eliot forester of the department of ag agriculture at atriculture ¬
riculture left here yesterday for Gltu Gltuwood Gltwood
wood Springs Cole to attend a sto stomeus stol stolRuess
meus meeting Dec 1 plt Plpebot > ehot st il ildeliver I 1 1deliver
deliver an address on the forest forestserve forestserve
serve questions and will confer vir virstockmen cltstockmen
stockmen relative to grazing condition conditionon condtioon
on the reserves reservesNEW S SNEW
D S Murray manager of the UocK UocKMountain RociMountait >
Mountain Bell Telephone company companyin
in Salt Lake after a trip through soutl soutlern soutera
era Idaho where he has been inspect Inspeutimthe it Ir Irthe
the lines of the company He says th thduring tliduring
during the coming spring the company companywill eornpanwill
will install a line between Glens Fet Fcrry Fetry
ry and Twin Falls A twelvcml twelvcmlmetallic twelvemimetallic
metallic circuit will be built short short1between shortbctwen
between Pocatello mid Twin Falls s i aBurhey i iBurley
O67 00 00GOLD
Sixteen I IYears
Years Old
Sixteen years ago two men at Blackfoot ItiahOj gave Stu Studebaker Studebaker
debaker Bros their note for 14900 It became due Sept Sept6th Sept8th
6th 1889 When the time cainetapay cane topay thfr themen men had skipped skipjpedpeople skippedpeople
people said to South America The note was placed with us usfor usfor
for collection we found them they wouldnt pay We sued suedthem suedthem
them last spring We have already collected 387 367OO 00 on this thisnote thiznote
note and theres more to come comeIs comeOur
Our Law Department DepartmentIs
Is the best If you turn in your old notes we will take care careof careof
of them and some day may collect them themWe themWe
We Want Agents AgentsTo
To gather Bad Debts for us in every Precinct Village and andTown andTown
Town everywhere Everybody has a claimor two twos and some somehave somehave
have hundreds of claims needing collecting co1Iectin Both men and andwomen andwomen
women can make money gathering these for us usAddress usAddress
Address Agents Department DepartmentMerchants DepartmentMerebduts
Merchants Protective Associatn AssociatnScientific AssociutScientific
Scientific Collectors of Bad Debts DebtsTop
Top Floor Commercial Block Salt Lake City Utah UtahFrancis UtahFrancis
Francis G Luke Genl Mgr MgrSOME MgrclIj

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