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2 THE IHJ SALT SALTLA1 LAKE HERALD Tl TIESIAY ESDA1 DECEMBEK 1903 19U
COUNTY CO1JNTYPAID CO1JNTYPAIDBILLS PAID PAIDBILLS
BILLS FOR JONES JONESAuditor
Auditor and Commissioner Tell Tellbout Tell4bout
4bout bout CJoods Ordered OrderedLIBEL OrderedLIBL
LIBEL v TETI1IQNY TETI1IQNYINQUIRY TTI1IQNYINQUIRY
INQUIRY INTOX INTO SUPPERINTEN SUPPERINTENDENTS SUPPERINTENiDENVSCONDUCT
DENTS DENVSCONDUCT CONDUCT CONTINUES CONTINUESriunty CONTiNUESJuflt7
riunty Juflt7 Auditor I M IHaher his books bookssi iook iookIIItt
si mi voiwh vouaiari ra occupied occit 4 tb tha witness suw tM11 tM11oflt l lfiom
fiom oflt 11 oetock until 3 oclock in th Itbel Itbelunit itbotut
unit ut of W R Joiias Joi Jr againat the Salt Saltjake Sltjake
jake Tribune and other in Judge flit Rithlfcs flitisIt
hlfcs isIt court yagtcpday 8trday Henry Ilenryrmer Hwber Hwberformer
former rmer county oommiwIOfHgr 3QrnmtotQft took the thetiind th thstiflt
stiflt tiind when Mr Fisher and his docu docum
m nts flt left it and was still on the atml atmlwhen atandhn
when hn court adjourned for car the day Hi Hicrossexamination His Hiscrsaexainiitiou
crossexamination will begin at t lu
0 loi k this morning
Twcntytwo Vouohtrs produ produced < l T b y Mr MrFisher Lr Lrisher
Fisher in rafiponee to requests of Judp Judglowers
lowers wars road Jnto tho record TliwMi TliwMiourhers Th Thuehers
ourhers showed that varIous artidlew had hdbeen
1 been en ordered from itorae MtOF in Suit IL L LIt k kT
T > 3fr rr Joneu nd charged to t th tIe county etuntyeeQUnt
infirmary account Among the articloe articloeenumerated articiOeiImeNted
enumerated in the th veueherji wore woredn par pardmea
dmea dn u hammock cartridge ertrdgeiberries oyster oysterberries
berries fruit ruit chiekon peas luirn pickle picklebis pIckiehis
his ijjt qits cruolcen deviled ham canned cannedcorn caniudtnrri
corn tomatoes pruue prunes tapioca codfUh codfUhtohaceo codt1sIhacto
tohaceo collars butter silk oil Ksiaollno KsiaollnoItairplna go1Ineiatrpin
Itairplna breakfast l baen on eggs eg llvor llvorsteaks Uvorttaks
steaks and nd rubber The coat of tho itenw itenwv
v a small an a s general rule moot of o the theamounts theamounts
amounts being boin n faw cents centsother cezitaithei
other vouchers prodticed by Mr 4r Ftoher Ftoheri Vlshertht
i uw d that mutton had b been en furnished furnishedto
to the infirmary ut tt a cost of 3 cents a apound apound
pound
Navajo Blankets BoughtSeeraT Bought BoughtSeveral
Several vouchers were ruleJ out ut by the thecourt theetirt
court Amon mon them wa one showing th thpurchase thpurchase
purchase of a a dozen napkins Others ruled ruledout ruIeIout
out showed tho purchase of hay for the theinfirnwry theintirmei
infirnwry intirmei the purchase of Navajo blan blankets biRn1ets ¬
kets charged to the tnformnry aeeount aeeountnn4 aooountfiflt
nn4 tho pirchji e of a surrey and a sur surTy ur urry
ry iiarnsBs for 1310 310 These were thrown thrownut
ut on U the swimi tht no aotion oti for 11 11liti Ub4t
liti was preqicated on the purchases iu iuolved inolve1
olved olvedKleven olve1Jieven
Kleven payroll vouchers were r rd d into intot
t ti the record They showed that Mr MrTows ItrJi8t13
Tows and other employes of the infir infirJWiry intlrmary
mary Mere p LIU td extra money In lieu of ofarntlous ofaentlons
arntlous The amount thus shown to tohave toliMo
have boen received by Mr Jones Augv8 Augv8amounts Ati 11 11uI
uI wits iS Othox empioyos rcbIveJ rcbIveJamOtJnt
amounts in proportion to their wagcn wagcnMr wagetMr
Mr PJaher testified that from the time timenf timeIt
nf It his Appointment In May Iny 1001 until untilFeb untilIeb
Feb J 1803 Mr tr Jones hsd turned into intothe intothe
the county treasury a total of JS7 U Mr Mrrish MrIishr
rish Iishr r then read amounts paid in in by byJonos l lInnos
Jonos between Feb 1 1 IwS and Oct 31 31T
T 141 < H These were of varied size sIz and all allvere allere
vere ere fomnaratlvely jarafft Theji caused causedIr rautedIrul
Ir Irul m J23MO 3i1O to about 40 40Hard 4OHard
Hard to Get Reports ReportsPrior ReportsPrior
Prior to 1008 Mr Fisher testified Mr MrJon MrJoiu
Jon < s made no reports oport A new system ystmwhfrll
whfrll provided that th infirmary e
counts should be b kept in the th aountar au aurtttprs atdtipre
rtttprs offlo vs mstaJIwl instatI in S Mr MrPSsher MrI4laher
PSsher tmtlfied sjUT efLj ft < that monthly monthlyaooountiiHrK monthlya000unUnWi
aooountiiHrK w were r mftde bMr b Mr J Jitr 3itn s sMr
itr HorUer was a member < l t tIftK tate board
01 ° uflty cornmtsthIpicr urbJ and andrnt
IftK TIe other rniamiwrs dar ctjirTjig r tnoc tnocyeHrs thoeer
yeHrs er wwre W V J Horne anq JT 1 Ti II AJI AJIclerson Aiiuron
clerson he testified Jones was HPpolntedrly HPpolnted epo1ntd4er1y
4er1y < rly in May 1601 on recomnvdution of ofMr ofJu1er4un
Mr Anderson said Mr Harker Jones Joneswas Jtn z znaH
was given p Prrnhuon rmin ion to tnlc 4 hjs h family familyto
to the county infirmary during the sum summer 3UflIiner ¬
mer inontlw of iros air TIariu 3tif titIOd titIOdbut lod lodbut
but it was undermoou that ii family familyihouJd
Miould not Ifve ve continually nt 1 tho infirm ittflrmnjy infirma
njy a Mr Jonea vtos allowed a contingent contin contijigent ¬
gent fund of SW 10 In two installments installmentssaid IluitaIiflufltsaid
said Mr Harker but he was not allowed allowedKnew allowed4jiVthtng
4jiVthtng furtbor thqn thL Ifu at
Ivel authorIt to aiii bred or ifrdUtbe ifrdUtbeZoom
Zoom th farm so far e Mr I larrr larrrkniw
Knew Mr Harker said he learned from fromMr frontMr
Mr Home in lf 1 that Jones had dIp disposed dIppoeod ¬
posed of some hogs but no accounting accountingwas aecuuntinwae
was ever made for their sale price priceMr lr1deMr
Mr Hjwker said Jones Jon refused to make makea
a financial acosunting c uiitingi to the board Mr MrHarker MrHarbor
Harbor said that he left at the infirm infirmary infirmAr ¬
ary Ar a formal written iittefl demo IeflhILH1 cl for ot an sc sccounUnsr c ccountin
counUnsr but no attention was we paid to it ittendent itue
ue jZ Jones wes renuvpd as suprtu suprtutendent
tendent late in 1S02 Tlls was because of ofhis f fhia
his neglect to make an accounting said saidMr mildMr
Mr Harkar The rim answer s es to tf tie rea reason re reson ¬
son Jib Jones Joe r rouoa1 wov l WHS strlekes from fromthe frontthertcord
the thertcord thertcordROGERS record j jROGERS
ROGERS IS A CREDITOR CREDITORSupreme CREDITORSupreme
Supreme Court So Decides in Long LongDrawnOut LongDrawnOut
DrawnOut Case CaseJudgment CaseJudgment
Judgment for L R Rogers in the lower lowereourt lowercourt
court was affirmed by the supreme supremecourt tupromcoourl
court yesterday U In a ta tangled gl d skein ein from fromOgd fromOgd
Ogd n r The cas cisc Is wUtled R R Rogers Rogersrtpendent ItoerertpOndIut
rtpendent vs Ogden Building Say bavinjpr
injpr 105 association Jess J Driver rtyer appel appellant appallent ¬
lent vs Ogden Building c Savings aseo aseoctation atoelation
elation W V V Croasmon iutervunor and andappellani andappellant
appellant ni and 3 L R Rog BolferL rs JnUrvoaor JnUrvoaorand intervotora
and a tl r reoudent reoudentThe to ident identTJie
The evidenre In the case wss w to the ef effect atffet ¬
fect that Rogers bought shares of tim thostock timstork
stock of the association in i > > the par parvalue parvalue
value of the stock being 100 per share shareand Mtareand
and that lie had paid the stock up to 102 102iwr 1O 1Oiwr
iwr share In 1S8S Tin association de declftred deci4red
clftred th stock took fully paid up Ill and made madea
a partial Mrtial payment to him leaving a bal balance halaztec ¬
aztec of CTOO 7fl0 du due < him Rogers sued for forthis forihi
this ihi amount Driver came into the case caselater capslater
later alleging that the association was wasinsolvent wasseivett
insolvent and secured the appointment of ofa ofa
a receiver Rogers fll flied d a suit in I inter intervention InterventIq ¬
vention in this proceeding and Cressman Cressmanone
one of the stockholders of the associa association aesoclelion ¬
lion intervened on behalf o himself and andthe adthe
the other stockholders stockholdersThe stockholdersThe
The district court at Ogden decided that thatBoson thatBogors
Boson was wa a creditor of the concern and andmade andmade
made his claim a preferred one The Theother rhoother
other appealed to the supreme court courtwhich courthich
which hich affirmed the decision below The Thepoint Thep4iint
point involved was whether Roger was a acreditor acreditor
creditor or merely a stockholder and on ontoe onthe
toe name footing as other stockholders stockholdersJustice stockholdersJustice
Justice Straup who wrote the opinion opinionJustice opinionJustice
Justice Burteh who concurs hold iht ihtRogers tluitIogers
Rogers wa was a creditor Justice McCarty McCartyttistita
djsgent ttistitaHOLD
HOLD BACK THE HACKS HACKSArguments HACKSArguments
Arguments Submitted to Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCourt
Court in Hackdriver Case CaseArguments CaseArguments
Arguments in the case of tim Oregon
Short Line against F r T Davidson and andothers Andothers
others were presented UT t4 tho supreme supremecourt stiprotuecourt
court by P L Williams for the plaintiff plaintiffand plaintiffand
and 0 W tV Powers for tho defendants yes yesterday yesterday ¬
terday forenoon This is the case wherein whereinthe wlwreinthe
the railroad secured p permanent injunc injunction Injtinetiort ¬
tion restraining the defendants from
CHAPTER 3 3EVERY 3EVERY
EVERY MANS MANSIs DOLLAR DOLLARIs
Is Equal Here HereThe Jrcersorizhatofthe
o
The Wage Earn Earners ¬
ers ersorizhatofthe ersorizhatoftheJ or tbfat of the theBank
Bank President PresidentF
F J TMEttE BE any merit whatsoever iii iiia imCt
a rebate iebtii system it should be reversed reversedit
it its direct application The wage wageGarner wageccwlicl
Garner is usually usia liy supposed to o earn less thaw thawtJtft VamtJu
tJtft income pf the ie average civece man in zi business businessand hisinessaTflt1
and if any an1 discount is IS justifiable it occurs occursto oceiisto
to us that they are ike ie people to io whom the
10 1 0 per cent rebate rightfully belongs belongsHow betoncisZTow
How this practice of oftacle trade discount ever evercame everCCt7fl0
came to be recognized is too deep a problem problemfor plOble7vfor
for average humai intelligence to satisfac satisfactorily satistaeO76ly ¬
torily solve Why it should have originated originatedis ori iiicdcl iiicdcleqiudly
is equally difficult to determine But the thefact theOt
fact Ot retains that hii it is done every business businessday flbSinCSs flbSinCSsda1y
day in the year and a just opinion would wouldseem wouldsceim
seem to stamp such transactions at least in ina ina
a moral sense strictly dishonest Dishonest Dishonestto
to the merchant 7fl8JChCbtt1O who allows it and a rank rankdiscriminati rami ramiILSC7
discriminati ILSC7 wmuiaho > Qfyfor 07 the benefit of a favored favoredfw fao ed edftt
fw The inyhant who pcninHs U to be become b3jome ¬
come an established practice would seem to tobe tobe
be cither tooltieclli and insensible to right rightand rihtMid
and w7QigQ zw 0mg to Stop S1O it or incapable of o com comprehendingtle corn71C1iC11C17bgtI
prehendingtle line of OICIC11ZCt7CC140Th demarcation between betweenthat betucimIlLat
that Which is honest and 1716 that whieh is not notjfiyou iioljt
jfiyou jt are solicited or invited to trade tradeoh tradeWi
oh Wi the discount theory thereis tlieiv is aii am intended intendedinsult imtelaZedinsult
insult to your intelligence For the solicitor solicitorfor so1iciiooi
for oi your patronage is is mdoauoriiig to make makebusiness inahebwsiness
business on a supposed hypocrisy that you youwore yotwo1e
wore created superior to other man and andyour andyoui
your money 7flOflC has more value valueu valueNot vctluaNot u
Not for for this shapnowor i ever zmri zmrEvery everEveiy
Every mans dollar is equal here hereRICHARDSON herRICHARDSON
RICHARDSON ADAMS Co CoA
HA A CLOTHE HOP HOPAt FOMN FOMNAt
At The Sifi Sifief Sig Sigef
ef the Tour our
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trat ups fthtmtoj tioni taomIng taomIngll1
ll1 trs The ieiJz4CtIOM WCi granaa granaahlh
fir hlh Juage i iambi < sin Ufc t4 15 7bir irU JDlstriat JDlstriatoourt DiStrIitqptlr
oourt qptlr JudaaJ iid 1 ifl 1 i LWfs s sic th bo boburt lilstrfjit lilstrfjitebik
ebik burt fiiu ItiI Sit wfrof IF of JthmctctStratsp secflf Straiflj vfat vfatl nteis
l is 4taqualItkd < 3s < iuallOed to o try gtfs Iiin cage cageCourt caieCottNotes
Court CottNotes CottNotesI Notes NotesD
D I W V M U ffat of Murray IW1I andFrank andFranknow DRIL Vra k kB
B Scott formerly of oa SeetiA bst bstnow
now or gairi ssit Lake ake Cftywer tverq aomtttwrttjpractice aomtttwrttj aOmfttttPOtbI
I practice in the supreme court yesterday yesterdayTha yestertiftyThe
The damage suit of Mciise1 MIhel O Oh1ur3n Oh1ur3naaIpX Ho an ana
a aaIpX aliiajt the Sliver ling Oonsalldat d MIn JJlntnt MInI
I tnt In nompany for damagfts f rrwS9nal rrwS9nalinjuries <
injuries is still on VrfcT trill in the 6e feaval feavalcourt reeraIcourt
court and am will no so t to the jury for two twoor t tor
or three days daysJudge daysJudge
Judge Armstrei ytslfttny s septancad septancadAItrt Rt oc d dAlbert
Albert Kctiiler to ens en a y yser r in tb tht oouutijail oouuti euuutyjail
jail Keethler wes convtoted last lastof wecric wecricof
of involuntary manslauwit r for Qr Unfits Unfitshis kill ii iiItia
his sonml sontnlaw w Frank OwvaJI Ukgt I bt Octo October OctOher ¬
her The s senteau nteno Imp Imp4od ed is tl the maxi maximum maxtmum ¬
mum allowed by law lawThe lawThe
The criminal case < > ngaiuet Tljomas TV TVWinch tVWtneh
Winch which had l been > en pending for come comemonths somemonths
months wa was dit dismteed > miu d by Judge Arm Armstrong armstro ¬
strong stro yesterday on motion of plBtrut plBtrutAttornej harkt harktAttorney
Attorney F c C Loorbourow on the yrourrt yrourrtof
of insufficiency of evidence The raeofficers raeofficerssay offl rs rssay
say Martha Lake sisterinlaw of Winch Winchand Winthand
and the chief chiefwltmes witness agaist him cannot cannotbe cannotbe
be found foundAndrew foundAndrew
Andrew M Kreebairn seeks a divorcs divorcsfrom dtvorcefrom
from Mlllk Gully Fretbairn on the ground groundthat groundthat
that she deserted him hi and violated her hermarriage hermarriage
marriage vows He je aliases MU she left lefther lefther
her home in Salt Laicpv Lgiceot ov 27 1301 os ostenalbly s stenaibly
tenalbly to visit her he brother in i Millard Millardcounty Millardcounty
county but that instead she went to a adisreputable adisreputabe
disreputable house conducted by her sis sistcr aleter
tcr in Los Angeles They were married marriedJan marriedJun
Jan 28 l at Pocatelio PocatelioKICK PocatefloKICK
KICK FROM WYOMING WYOMINGSettlers
Settlers and Hunters Want the Scalp Scalpof
of Superintendent of the theNational theNational
National Park ParkSpecial Parlpec1a1
Special to rite Herald HeraldMeeteetse HeraldMeeteeteo
Meeteetse TVyo Dec 4 4epreaenta 4epreaentatives Representa Representatives ¬
tives delegated by the stockmen and anflsettlersof andsettlerof
settlersof this region will 50 to Wash Waahington Washiflgton
ington during the present month and andconfer andconfer
confer with Secretary of Agriculture AgricultureAVilson AgticultureWilson
Wilson President Koosovolt and others othersragardng othersregardng
ragardng the highiajule < l methods of ofSuperintendent ofSuperiptendent
Superintendent A A Anderson of the tlioYellowstone theYellowstone
Yellowstone forest reserve who Is Ischarged ischarged
charged with persecuting stockmen stockmenkilling stockmenkilling
killing sheep driving hunters and set settlers settiers ¬
tiers from the reserves etc A large largebundle largebundle
bundle of affidavits have been secured securedto
to prove the protests HO Often made by bythe bythe
the people of this section who are now nowdetermined nowleteTIflifled
determined to know 1C Andersons al alleged alleged ¬
leged pull with President lloosevelt llooseveltcounts itooseveltcounts
counts for anything or not notAmong notAmong
Among the most damaging state statements statomeats ¬
meats is that of Emile Wolfe who was wasa
a a forest ranger under Anderson for forseveral forseveral
several years Wolfe says Anderson Andersoninstructed Andersoninstructed
instructed him to camp on hunters hunterstrails huntorstrails
trails do up the settlers stampede wild wildgame wildgang
game gang away from hunters drive off offsheep o osheep
sheep etc Wolfe says that early last lastspring lastspring
spring a large number of sheep were werekilled werekilled
killed at Andersons orders and were wereafterward wereafterward
afterward buried and the rangers told toldto toldto
to keep still about it On more than thanone thanone
one occasion Anderson was heard to tosay tosay
say that he did not care if all of the thesnoop thehoop
snoop In the reserve ded Wolfe winds windsup windsup
up hy saying that Anderson pace said saidto saidto
to him President Roosevelt is my n nfrIend
friend I can do as a I please no petition petitionwill petitionwill
will get me out outTO outTO
TO GREET GREETHAVILAEJD GREETHAVILAEJDSalt HAVILAND HAVILANDSalt
Salt Lake Elks Will Entertain Grand GrandTrustee GrandTrustee
Trustee of Buttc ButtcGrand 8ittcGrand
Grand Trustee W II Haviland of the thegrand j
grand lodge B P 0 E F will arrive In InSalt inSalt
Salt Lake at S oclock tomorrow morn morning thorning ¬
ing en route to Denver During his hisstay hisstay
stay here Mr Haviland will be the theguest theguest
guest of Idoul Elks whOUave apnpint apnpintRuler appInte1
e1 a conuniticb henid by Exnlted ExnltedEuler
Ruler G R Cleaveland Mr Haviland Havilandwin HaUandwill
win be given an auto tour of the city cityand eit eitand
and will bQ the guest qf qfhonor hpnor at p t din dinner dinncr ¬
ncr at the Commercial club prior to toleaving toleaving
leaving for Denver Dens er at 8 p in If possi possible Io5S1bit ¬
bit the committee will arrange an or organ organ ¬
gan recitalat the thetabornacle thetabornacleMr tabarnaele tabarnaeleMr
Mr Havilanda business at Denver is isin isIn
in conuecton with the grand lodge lodgemeeting1 lodgemeeting
meeting to be held there next August AugustCOLORED AugustCOLORED
COLORED CORPORAL CORPORALKILLED CORFORALKILLED
KILLED IN MONTANA MONTANAHelena
Helena Mont Dec 4Corporal < Corporal Wit Wifliam WitBarn
liam Cyrus colored A company compan Twen Twentyfourth Twentyfourthi ¬
tyfourth infantry stationed at Fort FortHurrison ForJ
Hurrison was fatally hot by Nora NoraMenzle coraMenze
Menzle a negress living in a Ciovestreet Ciovestreetresort Ciovestr et etrooort
resort early this morning Cyrus re received recelved ¬
ceived two bullet wounds in the head headeither hetuleither
either of which would have be been n fatal fataland fataland
and died soon after The woman ad admits d dIftits ¬
mits the shooting but claims she acted actodIn
In selfdefense He Jumped on me and andI
I shot himr hIni she sad at t U the e city hall hallThe ballThe
The dead soldier was 35 5 yours old and anda
a native of Virginia and had seen thir thirteen thirtemt ¬
teen years service in the army armyPERKINS armyPERKiNS
PERKINS WILL GET GETOUT i iOUT
OUT OF NEW YORK LIFE LIFENew LIFENett
New Yofk Dec 4 4The The Evening Esetiin Post Posttoday Posttoday
today says saysGeorge saysGeorge
George W V Perkins of tho firm of J JP I IP
P Morgan Co will vii retire from the thecleo i ivlco
vlco presidency of the Jew York Life LifeInsurance LifeInsurance
Insurance company anti from thp thpchairmanship thi thichairmanship
chairmanship of Us finance committee I Iat Itt
at tt the annual meeting next April IrII A Afriend Afriefld
friend of Mr Perkins declarnQ today todaythat tomlaTthat
that this step has been taken at t the thesuggestion thesuggestion
suggestion of Mu Morgan ana tliat tliattbe thstthe
the decision woufil ouiI be formally an announced tiitnounced ¬
nounced very soon soonAsk soonL
> L Ask M yaiir grocOKy gr c ry for Vlanna bakery
bread
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WASHiNGTON NOTES NOTESSocial NOTESSpecial
Social o The Herald HeraldIi lieraldWashiflgtbit
Washiflgtbit Dec 4lI M tt 4Sait 4SaitLkt
Lkt Ii jkf > City who ib i Migaued in UUainedii UUainediiin
in th the Philippines in vl vialugihlng vialugihlngton tlue T 8hinip
ion and was a caller today upon S Seno Senow na naSenator
w flubo fluboSenator
Senator and Mrs Sutherland are < Ujn Ujnner ji jimar
mar guests tonight of Vio < Prtwltient Prtwltientand Pzeskiefltand
and Mr Mrs Falrbanlw and will be guests guestsat
at a dinner to b be j iven veti bi by President Presidentanil Presidentcml
anil Mr Ilooflevvlt on Oi Friday evening eveningn eveningnext
n next xt Representative and Mrs Toseifli JoseithiITowell ToseifliHowell
Howell have taken a house for or the se sefor seq seqeloa
eloa for at 1S2S Catvert street streetTO streetTO
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY DAYTake j jTako
Take LAXATIVE BTtOMO Quinl Quinine QuinineTablets ic icTablets
Tablets Druggists fafund rtiortey if it itfails t tsun
fails to cure K W GROArJBS sigiitt sigiittture sigmiture
ture is on 01 each ho box > f 2e 2eNATIONAL tieNATIONAL
NATIONAL PARK BRANCH BRANCHShort
Short Line to Build an Extension ExtensionNext ExtensionNext
Next Year YearChicago YearChicago
Chicago Dec I 1Among Among the new lines lineeto linesto
to be built by the Ilarriman system this thisyear thtsyear
year accorfling to the RacordIJeraia RacordIJeraiawill
will be an extension of the Oregon Short ShortLino ShortLino
Lino from St Anthony Ida to tn Yel Yellowstone ¬
lowstone National park by way otMarys otMarysvllle oI Marys Marysyule
vllle a distance of seventyfour miles milesThe milesTImt
The St Anthony route was abandoned abandonedyaars abandoned3GttrS
yaars ago for the Monida route into the theparkvv thepark
parkvv park necessitating a long stage ride ridebefore ridebefore
before the park it Is reached and on this thisaccount tlusaouAt
account the Oregon Short Line hag hia never neverbean neverbeen
bean able to compete with the Northern NorthernPacific orthterflTgcifc
Pacific for park traffic With the cOin cOinplfttion cOippl
plfttion pl tlon of the St Anthony route on onthe onthe
the western side the Oregon Oro Short Line Linowill Linewill
will reach the very very gates of the park parkenabling parkonebhIng
enabling the road lo abandon its stage stageservice stagesOrrice
service entirely entirelySUIT
4 4SUIT
SUIT WAS DISMISSED DISMISSEDSnokano DISMISSEDno1citne
Snokano Wash Dec fc 1The Tho cult u1t of ofAgpu OfA
Agpu A olf Hanson to recover 5 < iOOO fromMar fromMartin romMartin ¬
tin Woldson a wealthy railroad contrac contractor coniractor ¬
tor for alienation of Airs Hanson uf ufn atcallous
callous n 1tln huH hnA IIf5 WSIJJ5OI1 < llMtnliia t Itv Iiy Itiflfrn ItiflfrnblueUraatli JIIIgo JIIIgoWhItiait
WhItiait of the VnoUfAourt4lIoii VnoUfAourt4lIoiibluimI1
blueUraatli i 1
JUDSON iiuDsoN HARMON HARMONCincinnati HARMONMAUERCEiVLR
MAUERCEiVLR MAUERCEiVLRCinciuatl
Cincinnati Ifimilfon Dayton DaytonBailroad
Railroad Insolvent InsolventALSO InsolventALSOTHE
ALSO ALSOTHE THE PERE PEREMARQ1E11t MARQUETTE MARQUETTECOURT
1 1COURT
COURT WOULDNOT APPOINT APPOINTRAILROAD A ARAILROAD
RAILROAD MAN MANCincinnati MANCincinnati
Cincinnati Dec 4 4The The Cincinnati CincinnatiHamilton CiSctUiatIllamlhton
Hamilton Dayton and Pere Marquette Marauetterailroads Marquetterailroads
railroads wire ordered placed in tfoe tfoehands thOhands
hands of a receiver by United States StatesCircuit StatesCircuit
Circuit COUP Coast Judge Henry JJurton to tonight tonlIt ¬
night and Judson Harmon former Unit United Uittce ¬
ed States attorney general was appoint appointed ¬
ed receiver giving bond for a total ot ofOQth1
2806 OQth1 The application was made uy
Attorney Lawrence Maxwell Jr on be behulf be1haif
1haif hulf of Valtor B Horn of Jsew York Yorku
u creditor ot both roads and was agreed agrotito
to by the defendants in answers ad admitting adinitting ¬
mitting the principal charges of ofyear Insoi Insoivenci
year
1
Loan Now Due DueIn DueIn
In the main application for or a receiver receivertor
for the Cincinnati Hamilton Dayton Daytonwhich Daytonwhich
which was first lrst filed it was declared declaredthat declaredthat
that Walter alter 13 Horn a resident of New NewYork Nework
York ork was a creditor to the amount of ofI620SC orr2JlsG
I620SC for or money loaned now due and andwhich antiwhich
which the defendant has admitted its itsinability Itslnnbllity
inability to pay The defendant company companywas companywas
was declared to have been solvent prior priorto
to July 7 JfMM on which date it came camaunder cameunder
under a different controlling Influence Influenceand Influenceand
and assumed large obligations one of ofthese ofthese
these being the purchase of 110000 shares sharesof
of Pore Marquette stock for J12500000 J12500000a
a second a tripartite agreement between betweenIthe betweentlie
Ithe tlie defendant and the Pere Marquetie Marquetieandvtho MarqtietteUIllthiO
andvtho ToledoRailway aarminfU com compftYiy centiliY
pftYiy involving large obligations for teN terminals teNittinals ¬
minals at Toledo and third an agree agreement agreemeat
meat to carry 3500000 bonds issued by bythe bytime
the Pere Marquette to cover its purchas purchasof
of the Chicago Cincinnati Louisville Louisvillerailway Louisvillerailway
railway The receivership was asked to toinclude tOinclude
include the leasehold of the Pere Mar Marquette Marquette
quette
Insolvency Admitted AdmittedAttorney AdmittedAttorimy
Attorney Stevens at once presented the theanswer theanswer
answer of the company explaining that thatit thatit
it was sworn to by Vice President PresidentBmcwneih i iBrcwnoll
Brcwnoll of the Cincinnati Hamilton HamiltoziDayton j
Dayton railroad on the authority of the thoboard thehoard
board of directors Insolvency is ad admitted adinitted ¬
mitted the statement of a deficit ot otmore ofmore
more than 6000000 with various suits suitsthreatened suitSthreatened
threatened being made in the answer answerJudge answerJudge
Judge Lurton was reluctant he said saidto saidto
to make the appoiiuTTSnt but under all allthe all allthe
the circumstances he felt that it was for forthe forthe
the interest of all concerned but he said saidthat saidthat
that while ho would agree to a receiver receivership receivership ¬
ship ho wanted to say ay that he would not notagree notagree
agree to the naming of any railway man manwho manwho
who might run the property in some somespecial 801110special
special interest but would prefer to toappoint toappoint
appoint some ono who was in no way wayconnected wayconnected
connected with railways or with this pro proceeding proceeding ¬
ceeding The suggestion of the name o oJudson of ofJutison
Judson Harmon was accepted by attor attorneys atWrneys ¬
neys for both plaintiff and defendant defendantand defendantand
and was approved by Judge Imrtorr who whothereupon whothereupon
thereupon named him as receiver fixing fixingthe fbingthe
the bond at 100000 100000Pere 100000Pere
Pere Marquette Also Broke BrokeAn BrokeAn
An ancillary application was then mad madby madeby
by Mr Maxwell on behalf of Walter B BHorn BHorn
Horn of New York a creditor of the tnaPero thePore
Pore Marquette to the extent of 315358 315358tor 3i358for
for the appointment of a receiver also alsofor alsofor
for that property which was alleged to tobe toDC
be DC insolvent insolventAn
An answer similar to that filed in the thefirst thefirst
first and main procedure was presented presentedby
by Attorney Stevens admitting Insol Insolvency insoivoncy ¬
vency and stating that the host inter interests Intereats
eats of all creditors would be conserved conservedby
by the action proposed The court there thereupon therel10fl
upon ordered the placing of the Pere PereMarquette PeoMarquette
Marquette in so far as It it was covered coveredby coveredby
by the leases of the Cincinnati Hamilton HamiltonDayton HamiltonDayton
Dayton In the hands of a receiver receiverand receiverand
and named Judson Harmon for that po position p0sitlon ¬
sition also in connection with this road roadHis roadHis
His bond was fixed at 100000 in the case caseof caseof
of the Pere Marquette The decree In Inboth Inbpth
both cases was filed fIle immediately Mr MrBurtf MrflttrmQu
flttrmQu at onrequalified pthenting a aauret
Burtf bond which was approved approvedThe approvedThe
The history of the Chincinnati Ham Hamilton Hamjiton
ilton Dayton railway has been full fullof fullof
of Incident and at times somewhat sea sensational seasatlonni ¬
sational It has had many owners ownersamong ownersamong
among them Bray Brayton ton Jv Ivos < js Senator Cal Calvin CMIyin ¬
yin Brice Eugene Zimmerman the Erie Erierailway ErieraIlway
railway and J P Morgan who relieved relievedthe relievedthe
the Eric of the road a few days ago agoPerkinst agoPerkin5
Perkinst la Chairman ChairmanXcw ChairmanNew
New York ork Dec 1At At a meeting ot ottho otthe
the board of directors of the Cincinnati CincinnatiHamilton CincinnatiHamilton
Hamilton Dayton railroad today in the theoffices theoffices
offices of J P Morgan Co George Gerev
v 1 Perkins 11 was 1C > elected ta tml nhalrmllH chairman nf of the theboard fh fhboard
board boardOf boardOr
Of tho tht 80000 shares ehar of stock of e th thrror the thecompany
company rror rtatinrinF outstanding J 1 P MotSftnCo Ion IonCo
Co are said to own 75000 shares while whllathe whilethe
the other 5000 shares are scattered scatteredNO scatteredNO
NO JURISDICTION JURISDICTIONMontana JURISDICTIONSMontara
Montana Mining Case Dismissed in inU inU
U S Court CourtNew CourtNew
New York Dec 4 4Judge Judce LaCombe in intha inthe
the United States circuit court today todayhanded Lqdahanded
handed down a memorandum m inb tnduni opinion onrt onrting ottjIng
ing one pnase of the Jonnstown Mining Miningcompanys Miningcompanys
companys case against the Boston BostonMontana Bostonaontantt
Montana Consolidated Copper Silver SilverMining StiverMining
Mining company Thevcourt The court denies the theapplication theaIPhicatlOfl
application of the Johnstown company to toInspect toinspect
Inspect the records of the defendant com company cornpuny ¬
puny to obtain proofs showing the al alleged cilegeti ¬
leged secret removal of ore from the theJevelK thelevels
levels of time Rants mine in Butte Mont Montwhich Montwhich
which the Johnstown company insists insistsihat insiststhat
that it the Montana Ore Purchasing Purehasn com company coinaity ¬
pany aity owns ownsThe Ownsrite
The Johnstown company contended that thatthe thatthe
the defendant removed ore from these thesievels theseeveis
ievels to the value o S37OQOOJa but that thataae thattie
tie proofs could only be obtained by an anexamination ciiexamination
examination of the defendants books booksJudge boosJudge
Judge LaCombo held that he was with without without ¬
out jurisdiction a anl d that th the case is for forIjhe forQte
Ijhe Montana statft edurta edurtaCONSPIRACY cdprtzi
i CONSPIRACY CHARGE CHARGECapitalist
Capitalist and Preacher Arrested in inChicago inChicago
Chicago ChicagoI ChicagoChicago
I Chicago Doc 4J IT Osborne a awealthy awealthy
wealthy capialist o h Jacksonville ill Jllnd illnd
nd Thomas P Smith a former M MtmodiF MtmodiFminister uiodU uiodUminister
minister of the same city were arrestc arrestchere arrested arrestedhere
here today accused of conspiracy to ob obtain ohlain ¬
lain money by faso pretense pretenseThe pretensesThe
The a ieged conspirators will e ar arraigned arraigned ¬
raigned Friday upon the complaint of ofSamuel ofSamuel
Samuel AV Millar of Denver treasurr treasurrand treasurrand
and general manager of the Orinoco Mist Mlning Mistlug
lug Milling company Colorado Springs SpringsColo SpringsCole
Cole MHlor It Is S alleged paid Osborn Osborneand j jand
and Smith fW 50 > 3 to have his company un underwritten undcrwtitten ¬
derwritten to the amount of 100000 It Itl8 htis
l8 now declared that tho guarantee giv given givenl n nby
by l the National Stock Bond company companyincorporatod companyIncorporated
Incorporated by b them is worthless and andthat andthat
that Miller is out his fW fWCALLED i00 i00CALLED
CALLED T OWASHINGTON OWASHINGTONLewlston OWASHINGTONLewiston
Lewiston Me Dec t 1It It was reported reportedhero reportedhere
hero tqday that Frank L DlngWy emil etlitor emiltor
tor of the Lewlston Journal and brother brotherk
k of the late Congressman Dingley has hasbeen hasbeen
been summoned to Washington by Pres President PresIdent ¬
ident Roosevelt to confer with him on onjnattTS onmatters
matters pertaining to the tariff Mr MrDingley MrDlngley
Dingley left for Washington yesterday yesterdayDANGER yesterdayDANGER
DANGER PASSED PASSEDPlttsburg PASSEDPlttsburg
Plttsburg Dec 4 4The The flood caused by bytho bythe
the sudden rise In the Allegheny Mo Monongnhela Monongaliela
nongnhela and Ohio rivers which threat threatened threatned ¬
ned much damage to th tite citIes of Pitts Pittsburg Pittaburg
burg Allegheny and McKcospOrt and andvlcinltv andvicinit
vlcinltv passed off today
The winter wintermonths winteri
i months a r c chanJ ej
j CELE1ATEO eg hard on sickly sicklypeople sicklypeople
people Build Buildup Buiidt
t up by taking takingtbe
1 the Bitters It Itprevents I
4 prevents preventsChills preventsChills
Chills Colds Coldsor ColderA
A tI or Pneumonia PneumoniaAlso
Also cures curesDyspepsia cureltz
1
z Dyspepsia DyspepsiaIndigestion DyspepsiaIndIgestion
Indigestion IndigestionCostivencsa IndIgestionSTOMACH
STOMACH Costiveness CostivenessTTER 4
TTER 1
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STATE
IL LOSESHISFOOL LOSESHISFOOTWiU f fWill
Will Moore Who Was Injured on the theDesert theDesert
Desert Suffers Amputation AmputationMoab
Moab Dec 2 2Will Will Moore who had his tis tisik
1 ik broken while riding on the desert a
f few w days ago was takeiv to Grand Juhc Juhcjgpflwhe
jgpflwhe XIOLwhcroDrs wDrs Bull and Hanson of that
Place lnce and Dr Williams of Moah ampu ampulanry ampuatod
atod lila foot
lanry C Goodman the wealthiest mart martn
n Grand bounty and usually one of our ourfjw Ourmost
most penceabl eltzens got on his fight
Jil QlQtiies Thursday nigltt and iroeeOtl iroeeOtlS
S et to clean UI 11w tows lie first trist
Into tli stOne of Cooper Martin so soCR11
CR11 gnvo L P Martin miumuger of lisa
fjw 115111 good cussing and incidentally incidentallyiMilled iucldenuiiiypulled
pulled Mr Martins nose and slapped his mts
hwse Taee As s Mr MartIn politely but firmly
refused to do any fighting Mr Goodman GoodmanB Coodnianuett
B uett ft for a more agreeable crowd He next nftxttVont
Wont Into Crouts saloon where he raJi raJiave ruzsont
ont ° County osnrnissioner Brnson lie liegste
gste ave Mrv Mr Branson H couple of beautiful
looked eyes a skinned nose and a any aswelled
swelled basil anti WotIfli up by eliallopg
big city ny one in town to a flat fight
Irangon filed a comnlaint in Justice
Somoryilles court against Goodman and
the trial will be held Monday
rite truth of the saying it pays to toadvertise
I advertise was very forcibly illustrated
here a few days ago Corydon Rose an anold anold
old gentleman who had been a county
charge for the last two years placed an anadvertisement anntlycrtisemeimt
advertisement in the Moab paper inquir ¬
lug for for his relatives in Kansas The risevCrtIseient dQ dQvftrtlscment
vftrtlscment was answered by a nephew nephewwho napis w wwho
who took the old gentleman back to to1aIiSnS
Kansas with him him The young man stated
that Mr Rose was tho owner own r of a farm farmof
of 160 acres within ten miles of Kana
City Lit which is worth 10 ItsO0Q < H Mr Roso Rosowith lto ltowIti
with his brother took up half a section sectionof
of land thirty years ego Shortly after afterward aftsrward ¬
ward Mr Rose tlilnkim the land was not notworth notstbrtls
worth much came west and thought no nomore nomore
more of the farm Through all these theseyears theseyoors
years his brother has improved tho two tvoarmi
farrow armi together and today the pauper pauperl
l of a few weeks ago is is a wealthy man manELKS manELkS
ELKS MEMORIAL SERVICE SERVICEEulogy SERVICEEulogy
Eulogy Was Delivered by Rev O D DGrabll DGrablilFine
Grabll GrablilFine Fine Programme ProgrammePark
Park City Dee 4 4Park Park Qlty lodge No No7i
731 B P O B held its annual me memorial memnorial ¬
morial services last evening at the Dewey Deweytheatre Deweytheatre
theatre and a largo audience was pres present prasent ¬
ent The affair was In the hands of ofa ofa
a a committee and an exceptionally fine fineprogramme fineprogramme
programme had been prepared for the theevent theevent
event composed of tint following num ¬
hers bersVoluntary hersVoluntary
Voluntary violin and piano Holv Hoi
CltyS II I Raddon and Mrs 6oist
Quartette Mrs Goist Miss
Allgood C T Prick and Joe Kemp
Opening ceremonyThe ceremony Tlto Lodge Officers
Solo c T Priek
Invocation Rev Martin Thomas Timontasarltone i iBaritone
Baritone solo j c Whitta
Eulogy Rev D Q Grablll GrabilloIo
Solo oIo vocal Miss tiss Van Eman Emanejosfng1 EmanClosing
Closing ceremonyThe ceremony The Lodge Officers
Doxology The Audience AudienceBenediction AisdierteoBenedietion
Benediction Rev Thomas ThomasThe Thomasrite
The memorial services this year were weremore weremore
more than ordinarily attended owing to tothefact tothe
thefact the fact thatrchis year Park lodge has haslost haslost
lost more members than in any other otheryear otheryear
year of its existence and a special ef ¬
fort was made to have the service the best bestWrhJch bestwhich
which could be b had hadhero hadheroThe hero heroThe
The Masonic excursion to Salt Lake Lakeyesterday Ln1eyesterday
yesterday was fairly well attended but butthere butthere
there were not quite enough to bring bringthe
the receipts up to the guaranteed amount amountThis amountThis
This has been the experience with all alltho allth
tho th lodge excursions recently run from fromPark fromPark
Park City CitjTod CityTed
Ted Evans is critically ill at his home homeon
on lower Park avcnuu He is suffering sufferingfrom sufferingfrom
from hemorrhages of the stomach Very Verylittle Verylittle
little hope is entertained for the sick sickmans sickmamis
mans recoverr recoverrYesterday recoyertYesterday
Yesterday William McDonald and J JCRoarers JC
C CRoarers Rogers two leasers who are operating operatingthe
the Clark property near town had an anexperience anexmerience
experience with giant powder which they theywill theywill
will not soon forget The men hud bedu beduat bedu4tt
at work in the tunnel and upon making makingready makingready
ready to blast had put some frozen pow powder powdr ¬
der to t thaw In the blacksmith shop shopwhich shopwhich
which is situated near the mouth of the thetunnel thetunnel
tunnel The rneh were at work and andpaid andpaid
paid no attention to the powder after afterplacing afterp1eing
placing it near the th fire on the forge forgeTyfthoiU forgetttJmoim
TyfthoiU warning the powder exploded explodedand explodeuand
and when the men rushed out of the thetunnel thetunnel
tunnel they found the shop blown to toatoYns toatons
atoYns That no one was hurt by the theflying theflying
flying boards is counted a wonder but butthe butthe
the fact that the amount of powder be being belag ¬
lag thawed was extremely small accounts accountsin
in a measure for the easy escape of some someof seineof
of the nearby buildings The report ot otthe oftue
the explosion was heard about town and andinvestigation andinvestigation
investigation of the cause proved that thatthe thatthe
the thawing powder had exploded explodedYesterday explodedYeterdny
Yesterday afternoon a small fire was wasdiscovered wasdIsooored
discovered in the roof of the DslyWest DslyWesthoisting DalyWesthoisting
hoisting works An l alarm was turned turnedInland turned1narA
Inland In n a short time the blaze was un under tintier ¬
der tier ointrol The firewas fire was caused by a adefect adofet
defect in the smokestack and the blaze blazecaught blazecaught
caught In the woodwork of the roof The Thehoed ThehiQS
hoed was brought into play but before beforeit
it could be used it was ripped on some someif somedf
df < if the machinery This made it neces necessary necesry ¬
sary ry to fight the fire with hand cnemi cnemieals cneniieels
eels This was done and the fire was wasput waspitt
put out in a short time timeMrs timeMrs
Mrs B L Cripps returned this morn mornTing mornIns
Ins from tt short visit in Salt Lake with withrelatives withretatle
relatives relativesSheriff
Sheriff Mali made a flying visit to tothe tothe
the capital last evening on business and andretufned andretuued
retufned tItle morning monincRegular morningR
Regular R kular meeting flight oftho B P O OT3
T3 1 thIs evening A candidate will b be In Initiated Initiated ¬
itiated and a Dutch supper will follow followPROVO followPROVO
PROVO NEWS NOTES NOTESProro j jProvo
Provo Dee ljPunerAl 1unorS1 services over overthe overth
the th remains of Elder Wilford J Knudsen Knudsenthe IZnudsenthe
the young missionary who died In Coped Copenhagen Copedhaen ¬
hagen Nov 3 1 wore Ireld today in the thotabernacle thetairnaele
tabernacle attended br a larse congre congretratlon congrerntlo1L
tratlon The soakers stand wa was beauti beautifully btutlfully ¬
fully draped in rhte and ornamented ornamentedwlfn ornamentednttI
wlfn flowers and the casket was rev covered revered ¬
ered with a profusion of flowers The Theweaker Timesneakers
weaker wore Elders Brigham Johnson JohnsonX Johnsonapbi
X apbi phl Jensen of Redmond who ho aceom aceomnaiUed aceornpanted
panted the remains from Copenhagen CopenhagenBishop CopenhagenTilsImop
Bishop Halnh Pouiton Elders James JamesClove JamesCloe
Clove George Reynolds Presidents Jo Joseph Joetl1 ¬
seph etl1 B Keelr and David John JohnMarriage JohnMarriage
Marriage licenses have been issued to tothe tothe
the following couples Austin Brereton Br teton
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into accepting a Substitute for Doctor DoctorPierres DoctorPjucos
Pierres Favorite Prescription with its itsrecord itsfecord
record of nearly 40 ye years rs embracing ernbrac1nhundreds
hundreds of thousands of cures or ofwomans j jwomans
womans peculiar ailments Its the only onlyremedy i iremedy
remedy for womans ills sold by drug druggists i igists
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GRO Qnr GIVEN AWAY in conies of n
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Medical Adviser a book that sold to tho es estent e etent
tent of jOOCOO copies a few fewyears fewyears
years ago at 150 per copy
Last year vre save away R RXMX0
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We books This year ycargeshali ycargeshaligive veshall 0 0giro
give away 60000 worth of gt gtthem f xtsis xtsisthem
them Will you ou share in is this Bt Btbenefit Lg o obenefit
benefit It so > semi eial only 21 1 1onejent meZo meZocite
onejent cite ent stamps to corer cost costof 0st 0stuf
of mailing only for book in inI j
I miff paper papereevers covers or cr31 31 stamps stampsfor 1
for forclolisbouimd riot hbound Address Dr
R Ity V Pierce Buffalo N V VIf VIf
If out of f health write to old Dr Pierce
He will send you good fatherly profe profeslonal prufeslonal
slonal advice without charge chargeXMLMVX charget
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in the theiway way they act No grip I
lag no violence no disturbance to the art systern arttern
tern dint or occupation occupation They are the Orlyi Orlyiu Ori Orinet
net Uttie Liver i Ills ist u i put wui up up by u > uiu old Dr ur
It V Pierce over 40 years ago They have
been much Imitated but never equaled t
They conic In vials always fresh arid relia ¬
ble convenient a vestpockot remedy remedyOUR
OUR AIM AIMIs
I Is to give time boat glasses that thatthe thatthe
the finest workmanship and choic choicest choiceat ¬
est material can produce produceThats produceThats
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glasses Eyes tested free for glasses glassesA
A complete line iiniiZ juf optical goods goodsMaker goodsRUSHMER
RUSHMER RUSHMERMaker
Maker of Perfect Eyeglasses Eyeglassesa
73 a West First South SouthBoth SouthBoth
Both phones phonesB B Main 1763 K KInd I Ihid
hid 17G3 17G3aged 1763aged
aged 21 and Jan Jane Ashton aged 21 both bothof bothof
of Pleasant View George P Rirtrup Rirtrupaged Bitrupaged
aged 23 2 and Clara Beekstvom aged 21 l
both of Spanish Fork ForkStirling VoriStirling
Stirling the iljearold son of Mr and andMrs andMrs
Mrs Jacob Evans who has been very III IIIfor illfor
for about three weeks from pleurisy and andpneumonia mindinelmmonia
pneumonia underwent an operation yes yesterday yestenday ¬
terday and alorge quantity of pus was wasremoved wmssremoved
removed from his lung His condition for forrecovery forrecovery
recovery is considered favorable favorableEugene favorableEugene
Eugene Little of Alpine lhiifle left yesterday yesterdayon
on a mission to the southern states statesMiss statesMiss
Miss Vina lna ISIdredge committed to the thestato thestate
state mental hospital from Salt Lake In Inisa inls9
isa died Saturday from a valvular af ¬
fection of the heart at the age of i iyears 42 42years
years Time remains were buried here to today today ¬
day dayA dayA
A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES PILESItching PILESItching
Itching Blind Bleeding or Protrud Protruding lrotriiing ¬
ing Piles Your druggist will refund refundmoney refundmoney
money if PAZO OINTMENT fails to tocure tocure
cure you in six to fourteen days 50c 50cPROPOSED 50cPROPOSED
PROPOSED CHANGES CHANGESIN
IN PUBLIC PUBLICLANDLAWS PUBLICLANDLAWSWashington LAND LAWS LAWSWashingUm
Washington Dec 4 4Prorudont 4ProrudontRoosevelt President PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt has decided to appoint Harry HarryJ lTarr lTarrJ
J Bone United States attorney for the thedistrict thedistrict
district of Kansas to succeed John S SDean SDean
Dean whose term will expire Dec 17 17He 17He
He also will reappoint James S Simp Simpson Simpson ¬
son collector of internal revenue for forKansas forKansas
Kansas and Oklahoma who was ap appointed appointed ¬
pointed Dec 17 1901 These appoint appointments appoiitipents ¬
ments which were endorsed by Sen Senator Senutter ¬
utter Long of Kansas will go to the thasenate thesenate
senate tomorrow as also will that of ofFranklin ofFranklin
Franklin Lane of California to be a amember ameniber
member of o the interstate commerce commercecommission conunercecommission
commission commissionRECEIVER
1 1RECEIJERWILL
RECEIVER RECEIJERWILL WILL TRY TO TOMAKE TOMAKE
MAKE THE ROAD PAY PAYPitUburir PAYPittsburg
PitUburir Dec 4At l At a conferenceheld conferenceheldtodfey conference heid heidtodtty
todfey between officers of the Pennsyl Pennsylvania Penusylvania ¬
vania Development company and Re Receiver Retelver ¬
ceiver Thomas Rinsikor and Former Re Receiver Itocelver ¬
ceiver John B Cunningham representing representingthe
the wrecked Enterprise National bank of ofAllegheny ofAllegheny
Allegheny an agreement was reached as asto asto
to the amount due the bank from the thedevelopment thedevelopment
development company The sum is said saidto saidto
to be over 560000 560000To 100000To
To secure this it is said Receiver ReceiverRlnaker I IItinakor
Rlnaker should exercise a supervisory supervisorypower supervisorypower
power over the operations of the Santa Santar0 i iFe
Fe r0 railroad extending through New NewMexico NewMexico
Mexico from Torrpnee to Santa Fe that thathe thatlie
he should complete the branch now un under untier
tier construction from Moraritz to Al Albuquerque j
buquerque to connect with the Atchl Atchlson Atehison
son Topeka Santa Fo railroad and andtitan j
then if possible soil the entire sys1 sys1tern sys syste1
tern ternIn
te1 In this manner the receiver of the thebank j jbank
bank has hopes of securing the ontirx catirtanlount j jamount
amount due the bank from th the > drvelop drvelopment dvelopincilt
ment company which constructed and andpractically ardiiracticaily
practically owns the railroad
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I Opsl Wyorn1n duefr supplies
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aity bad debts ttmiii tltoni in If Ifa
a you need cash for Christmas or orLJ
Is LJ New Years you better turn them themrht
rht away t want agents agents1n
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debfr Min and women womengoof
goof inony miii the year round roundt
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which they would like to Cash CashMerchants
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