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By order d of r Mayor M or Ezra ra Thompson Thompsongambling Thompsoni ThompsonigambUn Thompsangambllngn
gambling in Salt Lake Lakdwas was temporarily temporarilyclosed temporarilyclosed temporarilyclosed
closed 1 last t night nightGamblers iSht d dGamblernp I
Gamblers Gamblernp Gamblepartlcu1irly particularly those who en enjoyed enjoyed enjoryed ¬
joyed favors favors 3nd fld special privileges un under Under ¬ i ider
der Mayor Thompson when he was at atthe atthe atiho
the head of the city governmept before beforetio beforeao before6o
tio not no resgard i gard the closeup as a thing thingof thingJOf thingof
of permanency per anency They are confident that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there will be a a reorganization and andthat andthat
that a favored few especially thoseWho those thosewho thosewho
who supported sup 01te MayorThompson in the therecent therecent theecent
recent election el ct1onyln will be permitted in a ashort ashort ashort
short time tI to reopen behind closed closeddoors closedoors closeddoors
doors oors This element of the gambling gamblingIraternity gambl1ngtratemity
Iraternity r0gards r gards the order to close closewith closewith closewlth
with ill 1Uconcealed concealed pleasure because becausethey becausethey becaUsethey
they see in the not distant future a fat fatmonopoly fatmonopo1 fatThonopob
monopoly for themselves under the pat patronage patronage patronageof ¬
ronage ronageof of oftJ ttiacity e city administration and a awiping aWiping awlplng
wiping oiff outoft oir of cutthroat c competition competitionTo
To the th dealers dealerland and other employes of ofgambling ofgambllng ofgambling
gambling houses who ho assurance of a ameal ameal amesa
meal ticket depends upon the continu continuous continuous continuous ¬
ous operation opera i n of o the t e games however howeverthe howeverthe howeverthe
the closing order Cirdercomes rdeic comes nes as a calamity calamityshadow
k Likewise Uc it caiiseh ses gloom toovel toovelhadowl11e to over
1 shadow hadowl11e rthe lie mfnds of those boss gam gamJ gamJ
J J bIers who have reason to believe that thatwhen thatwhen thatwhen
when th the reorganization comes they theyr
1 r will bereorganized be reorgan1zeotit out ofbusiness ofbusinessClosing of bUsIfte3s bUsIfte3sCl
Closing Cl sjng Scenes Sc nesAreQulet nesAreQuletThe Are Quiet
The closing cjos ci sing ng of f the games was accom accomplished accomplIshed
plished without disorder and without withoutarrest
arrests Mayor Thompson rrhQm son Issue i sud l his hisflat hisfiat
fiat to toChfef Chief of f pjbllcVGeorge Pbli eGeorge A Sheets Sheetsduring
during the afternoon afternoon8I1d and shortly be before
fore 9 9oClock oclock last evening the chief chiefdetailed
detailed Detectives Richard I L Shan Shannon
non and anbGeDrge George Raleigh to notify the thegamblers thegamblers
gamblers of r the order and to see that that1t
1t was enforced Within a few minutes minutesthey minutesthey
they had visited the six open gambling gG11 l1ng
houses and the proprietors of the lat latter
ter had obeyed the order orderThe orderThesix
The Thesix six gambling houses affected by
the order are the Occidental the Red RedOnionthe RedOnlontheGreen RedOniontlie
Onionthe OnlontheGreen Green Light the Horseshoe Horseshoethe Horseshoethe
the Watch W atcn and the place over the theMahan theMahan
Mahan Liquor companys saloon These Thesehouses
houses have been running openly and andhave andl1ave
have been paying a fine of 299 a month monthto
to the city ci ty tyRepr
Representative Repr sentative Not Named Yet YetIn Y t tIn
In city administration circles the dec declaration deG1aration ¬
laration is made that the lid is on open opengambling opengambling opengambling I
gambling for keeps but on gambling gamblingthe
behind closed losed dQQr it J is b beljved U I tl
the liawTfl15nfft lid wrT1tt eS a fewaaysbr fewaaysbrWeeks few feays aays or orweeks
Weeks WeeksGamblers weeksGamblert
Gamblers Ave re e expecting some person personto
to be designated by the city adminis administration administration ¬
tration who will have charge of the re reorganization reorganization ¬
organization and whose consent will be bea bea
a prerequisite to the turning of a wheel wheelor I
or the dealing of a card He will not nothave notlae
have lae to be confirmed by the city coun council council
cil The Ust of those to whom consent consentwill consenti11
will i11 be given is said to be prepared al already already ¬
ready The 299 a month or more or orless orless oi
less will not go to the city cityThompson cityThompson
Thompson Did It Before BeforeSuch BeforeSuch
Such a state of affairs will merely
fce history repeating itself In the official officialcareer officialcareer 1
career of Ezra Thompson ToWard the theend theend
end of his hlsjlrst jffrst term he closed open opengambling opengambUtlS I
gambling gamblin out out ut nobody pretended that thatgambling thatgambU t
gambling gambU g did id not run Instead of open opengambling opengambling ope i
gambling under police surveillance surveillanceseveral surveillancesevpral
several favored places were opened be behind behind ¬
hind locked doors and sentries were wereplaced wereplaced a
placed on guard This continuedthroughout continued continuedthroughout I
throughout his entire second term termUnder termCnder
Under this system brace games gamesi
I i thrived and the gambling houses gamest went wentployed wen t
1 after bigmooey cappers were em empkyed
ployed who frequented hotels railroad railroadolflces railroadomres
olflces another public places in search searchof t
of men who had hadAlarge a lllrge bank roll rollJFuch roBfiuch
JFuch uli victims were enticed into the se secret secret ¬
cret gambUqg gamblii p places and turned for forlarge forlarge fo ser r
large sumsofr money There was no noassurance noassuranceth fli 0
assurance assuranceth assurancethatthe tht t the games were on the thesquare thesquare th flie e
square The police knowing that the theplaces theplaces th e
places were farrored by the administra administration admInistration administration ¬
tion lot tbomlonsus thorn alona as a Arule AruleIt rule ruleIt
It Is this system which is to be re reiit reSrtugurated reSrugurated
iit Srtugurated ugurated in Sat Lake Under the theadministration th thdmlnistratlon thadministration
administration of Mayor Richard P PMorris PMoms3pst E EMorrl
Morris Moms3pst 3pst st closed these thesesecret secret gam gambling gambUng gainbling ¬
bling joists which were little If any an anbetter
better than th n bunko or big mitt Joints Jointswere jointsvere joinbwere
were wipedjout wipad Ipad out ut private protection to togamblers togunblerswa t c cgamblerca
gamblers gunblerswa was abolished ahoiish d and the houses houseswere houseswere S Swere
were forced to tf pay a monthly revenue revenueto 0
to the city There has not been even eventhe eventhe evathe U 0U
the suspicion suspiqS f1 of a private graft graftHas graftH
Has H HARvays s Always Run Here Hereopenly HereGambUnif HeeGambl1n
GambUnif Gambl1n has been conducted either eitheropenly eitheopenly
openly or on the quiet in Salt Lake Lakefrom Lakefrom
from a a time whereof the mind of Laka man manrunneth manrunneth mn mnrunneth a
runneth jiot t the oontrary The great greatest greatest greatest ¬
est scandal it has ever evarcaused caused was un under under under ¬
der the two t Wo preceding administrations administrationsof s sof
of Ezra Thompson ThompsonDuring ThompsonDuring ThompsonDuring
During Thompsons preceding admin administration administration L Listration ¬
istration when gambling was run on onthe onthe 0 0the
the quiet a man who was fleeced out outof outof o
of money had no recourse reco rse If ifhe he made madecomplaint mndecompaint mad t e ecomplaint
complaint he was blandly informed by b y
the police that no gambling was being beingconducted beingconducted bela belaconducted g yg
conducted in lnSalt Salt Lake Aikeand And nd that he hecouldnt hecouldnt ii te tecouldnt
couldnt get his money back backDuring backDuring
During Mayor Morris administration administrationif l
if a man lost his money or or if a wife wifeor wifeor wil e
or daughter made complaint the gam gamblers gamblers gaitblers L ¬
blers were forced to r restore store t the th money moneyMany np rn ney neyMany e V VMany
Many Instances SfIt thiS thi kindhdve kind h have vec hap happened happened hajpened ¬
pened where families were ere saved from fromactual fromactual lroi l lI
actual starvation and want Compara Comparatively Comparatively Comparttively I ¬
tively few complaints the police say saywere saywere sa I Iwere
were made ma under unf r the Morris adminis administration administration ¬
tration while th the < records were clogged cloggedwith clogged1th cloggewith i
with 1th them under the Thompson regime regimeIn 0 0In
In the recent J campaign PIJjt gn most mbstoL D oL the thegamblers thegum Ui te teEr
gamblers gum bIers with the cunning of their theircraft theircraft thei theicraft Er
craft mounted prominent places on the theband theband Ui LO LOband
band wagon About two days before beforeelectionthey beforeeIc 0 0e1cctiontlioy
electionthey eIc tionthy figured out that Thomp Thompson Thom Thomson ¬
son was going goihgf f6 t be elected and most mostof mostat mo It Itof
of th6m theU1i9ted gted for forhim him With one ac accord acord accord ¬
cord ord thosfrwho thos who did so say now that if ifThompson ifThompson IfThompson
Thompson keeps ceeps gambling gnm bUng closed he hewill heiill Ii LO LOilI
will ilI be guilty qf t ingratitude Ipgrtttudeand and those thoseon tho e eon
on the theinsldp insldw Jf > f the gambling blng ring do do4jot do9t ci o o2wt
4jot 9t regardhim regard hl as an anjlngrate anjlngrateHow Ingrate IngrateHow n te teHow
How de d Gang Took To k It ItIm ItIm itTm
Im going Oipg to like l a e now 1low as a sure sures suresyour s syour Syour
your hdmM hdmMThe b born bornThe m cw cwThe
The song sOfl ng latikedtune laOkcd tuneand andibne onc The TI LO LOk
Wild w iia Rush Is Now onfor on for Nevadas Nevadaslatest Nevad NevadgIAtest s satestSensational
latest atestSensational Sensational Gold GoldDiscoveries GqldDiscoveries G61dDiscoveries
Discoveries DiscoveriesORE DiscoveriesPJ DiscoveriesE
i V g SIf jfecial clal to t The Herald Heraldf HeraldGoldfield flcraldGoldfleld
+ f Goldfleld Nev Jan 9 9One One na day daya + fa
+ a mountain mountainvalI valley y wIth twenty In Inhabitants inhabitants +
+ habitants in a week a pulsating pulsatingmining pulsatingminIng pulsatingmining +
+ + mining camp of 4000 people peoplethat peoplethatis that thatis +
+ is the history of Manhattan eighty eightymUes eightymiles +
+ f miles northeast df Goldfield A Alow Alow + f
4 + low estimate places the exodus to tothe tothe +
+ the new fields from Goldfield alone aloneat aloneat aloneat +
+ at 2000 persons Two hundred hundreddollars hundreddollars +
+ dollars a day has been bid for au automoblles u utom utombiIes +
4 + tomoblles tom biles by those anxious to toreac toreach + f
4 + reach reac the th camp in a hurry Hun Hunf Hundreds Hundreds +
+ f dreds of teams line the two roads roadst roadsto + f
4 + to the latest camp campy campYesterday 4 +
4 t Yesterday y sterday the crowded stage stagetipped stagetIpped 4 +
4 4 tipped overand over t and killed the driver driverand driverand +
4 + and slightly wounded other pas passengers passengers +
4 + sengers sengersThe sengersThe + 4
+ The life at the new camp is isstrenuous 4 4strenuous +
4 + strenuous There is isnQ no law or or order order +
+ der Lots have jumped in price pricefrom + 4 4from
4 + from 25 to 3500 Meats are very veryhIgh veryhigh 4 +
+ high A bath in a round tin tub tubsold tubsold 4 +
+ sold the other day for 3 Saloons Saloonsare 4 4are 4 4are
+ are making hundreds of dollars a aday aday 4 +
4 + day and at night space is sold on onthe + 4
4 + the floors for sleeping slee in purposes purposestt 4 4Goldfleld E
44444444 44444444Goldfield + + + + + + + + tt sleeflnf 1 + + tttt ttttGOldfIeld + +
Goldfield Nev Jan 9 9For For the fourth fourthtime fourthUme fourthme
time ti me within five years a great mining ex excitement exc1lement extement ¬
citement ci tement has dome ome to southern Nevada NevadaA Nevadaphenomenal
j A phenomenal rush to Manhattan an en entirely entirely enrely ¬
tirely ti rely new camp has set In This camp campis campid campabout
J is about forty miles north and a little east eastof easto eastTon
of o Tonopah Ton pah in Nye county There are aretwo aretwo arewo
i two t wo wagon roads leading to it One Js JskItofD IslioVn s sknown
1 known kItofD k lioVn as the Rye Patch road which is isfortysix jsfortysix isrtysix
i fortysix fo rtysix miles long and fair traveling for forlight forlI forght
l light lI ght ht loads the other is known as the thean
San S an Antonio road and Is ten miles long ¬
t er e r but better suited for heavy heaV loads loadsoth
Both B oth roads just now present a remark remarkable remarkable ¬
able a ble picture for scenes are ar being enact enacted enacted ¬
ed e d which seem possible nowhere else but
I in ino Nevada Tne heam1ners miners and prospectors prospectorsof
of o < f the Rockies and Sierra Nevadas arc arcon arcon arcn
on o < n a a rush to a new and wonderful gold goldscovery
discovery di scovery
Being surfejted with excitements caused causedy
by b y the discoveries at Tonopah Goldfield Goldfieldand Goldfieldand Goldtieldnd
and a nd Bullfrog and having been fooled by
j numerous n efforts to create unjustifiable unjustifiableexcitements unjustifiableexcitem unjustifiablexcitements
em excitements excitem e nts about other lesser camps the themining themining
i mining m ining world has been slow to realize realizethe realizethe
t the t he importance qf Manhattan but the themovement themovement theovement
movement m has started at last and in an another another ¬
other o oo week is likely to become the talk talkof talkof
of o f all western states statesRush statesRush statesRush
Rush Began Week Ago AgoIt
It will surprise many to learn that Man Mantgava
jmjtaa hatwn1V8S tgava was discovered last April So9 Swirr
twereafter tl t eafter it commenced to attract atten attention attention attenon ¬
tion ti on but it has only been within the last lastmonth lastmonth lastonth
month m onth that many miners headed that thatway thatway thatay
way w ay Then the excitement commenced to togrow togrow torow
grow g row until suddenly suddenl within tho th last lastweek lastweek
week w eek the rush began Tonopah being the thenearest thenearest
nearest n settlement felt the effect first firstwhen firstwhen
when w wt hen all the idle campfollowers from
there t started Then Goldfield caught the
fever f ever and now the whole southern part partof partof
of o f the state has risen and the rOads lead ¬
ing I ng in the direction of Manhattan are areurdened
burdened b jvlth all the miscellaneous pa paraphernalia paraphernalia ¬
raphernalia r of frontier mining life Thirty Thirt Thirtsixmule
sixmule SI SIc teams drag huge hugeloads loads or lumber lumbercamp lUmbercamp
camp c and mine equipage and supplies or orood
fe food f for men and beasts autosiobiles of ofevery ofevery ofvery
every e description hurry forward weight weighted ¬
ed e d down with men carrying picks and andshovels andshovels
shovels s with which to do actual work or orwith orwith
with w ith pockets full of money with which to touy
buy b uy claims already alread staked out by those
fortunate f enough to have anticipated anticipatedcoming antic1patedcoming
coming c opportunitiesfall all the teams ob ¬
tainable t in Goldfield and Tonopah were werepressed werepressed wereressed
pressed p ressed into service have been over the therove therOe
rove r o e with passengers and have returned returnedor
for f or more hundreds of prospectors ignor ignorng ¬
ing i ng modern means of locomotion are arewalking arewalking arealking
walking w wb in driving heavily heavil packed burros
before b them It is the way they do things
in i n modern mining Two years ago the thesame thesame theame
same s thing happened at Goldfield one oneyear ontyear oneear
year y ear ago a similar rush to Bullfrog too tooplace toot c cplace
place p lace Hundreds of fortunes some large largesome largcsome
some s small were made by those who
went with the first rushes to those camps
Those T hose who have witnessed these things or orfloW
known k floW of them had their appetites whet wheted ¬
ted t ed for f r a share in a like opportunity but
that t has seemed slow in coming For a aong
long l ong ng time it has been felt that important importantnew
new n ew discoveries must sooner or later be bemade bemade bemade
made Nevada Is a vast region and the
mountains have not been prospected thor thorContlnued thoIContinued thorContinued
Continued on Page page 2 2i 2vocaUst 2vocalist
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9 9vocalist
vocalist stopped suddenly to greet an another another ¬
other of his kind with Hello Tom
Where Wh re to old man manDunno manDunno manDunno
Dunno Butte probably
The two boosters laughed heartily
They stood with dozens of others in
front of one of the gambling houses housesast
last l evening e ening The Theoffi Theofficors officers ers had complied compliedwith compIledwith compliedwith
with the orders received from head headquarters headquarterS headquarters ¬
quarters and closed the joint With the theextinguishing theextinguishing theextinguishing
extinguishing of the many lights the thegathering thegathering thegathering
gathering of the dollars > s and smaller smallercoins smallercoins smallercoins
coins into capacious bags the packing
up of ivory balls and celluloid dice and
the locking 10ck1n of doors came crowds of ofmen ofmen ofmen
men trooping down the stairs xwlth I with
heaviness in their tread and in II their
hearts heartsThe heartsThe heartsThe
The dealers gathered their rabbit
feet and other luckbringing treasures
The patrons took their chips from high highcard highc3rd highcard
card or center column and cashed In
The boosters passed handsful of coins
to the dealers The hangerson sat up
and listened For the expected e pected was wasabout wasabout wasabout
about to happen Two men In plain plainclothes plainclothes plainclothes
clothes had stepped into their theirmidst theirmidstwhispered midst midstwhispered midstwhispered
whispered a few words and then departed depart de doparted ¬
parted part d as quietly as they had come
Its all off for awhile boys an announced announced announced ¬
nounced the dealers Then began the theextinguishing theextinguishing theextinguishing
extinguishing of lights gathering of ofparaphernalia ofp ofptiaphernalia
paraphernalia p llphernallo and closing of doors doorsSame dQorsSame doorsSame
Same Scene at All Places PlacesThe PlacesTbe PlacesThe
The scene was reenacted in each eachgambling eachgnmbIlng eachgambling
gambling house Men stood at the theclosed thec10sed theclosed
closed doors exchanging funny re remarks remarks remarks ¬
marks Many followed the officers as
they made their way from house to
house After the last house
had been been61osed been610sed L L1osed
61osed according to orders those to towhom towhom towhom
whom the green cloth and whirling
wheel have meant nightly spot wan ¬
dered from crowd to crowd like lost lostsheen lostsheen lostsheen
sheen seeking their right flock The Thegamblers Thegamblers Thegamblers
gamblers themselves made light of the theaffair theaffafr theaffair
affair making puns and jokes at each eachothers eachothersexpens eachothers
others othersexpens othersexpensThis expense expenseThis expenseThis
This is a sell growled oneknight oneknightof one knight knightof knight knightof
of the mazy nights nightsMaybb ni nIghtsMaybb hts htslIayb
Maybb inpt Dot Are your shoes well wellsoled weWsoled wellsoled
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Argument A of Judge Walter MBtck MBtckford H Bick Bickford Bickford
ford Before United States StatesSupreme StatesSupreme SitesSupreme
Supreme Court CourtSpecial CourtSpeaial
Special to The Herald HeralflWashington
Washington rashlng DI D C Jan ian sMln 9 > ll the theUnited
United U nited States supreme court today the thecase
case c ase was argued of the United States Statesappellant Statesappeliant
appellant a vs VS William A Clark appellee appelleeinvolving appelleeinvolving
involving i ownership to 11400 acres of ofland ofland
land l in Montana Montapa purchased by Mr Clark Clarkfrom Clarkfrom Clarkrom
from f rom various entrymen after they had hadreceived hadreceived
received r final receipts from the govern government government governmeat ¬
ment The case comes up to the supreme supremecourt supre e ecourt
court c on appeal made by the United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States from the decision of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States circuit court of appeals for the theNinth theNinth
Ninth circuit which court as well as the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States circuit court for the dis district disrict ¬
trict t of Montana decided the case in infavor infavor
favor f avor of Clark Clark was represented representedin
in I n the hearing today by Attorneys Walter
M BIckford and George F Shelton SheltonStatement SheltonStatement SheltonStatement
Statement of Facts FactsIn
In closing the case cas for appellee it was wasstaten
staten s We therefore submit that de ¬
fendant Clark in this case holds perfect perfectand perfectand perfectand
and indefeasible titles to the lands in inquestion Inquestion Inquestion
question under patent of the United
States that this patent relates back to
the t he date of inception of proceedings taken
by entrymen in the land office that the
land l department has no right to question questiona
a title issued under Its authority to en
trymen that the land uepartment had
Jurisdiction j over the subject matters
that the entrymen had the requisite requisitequaUfic requisitequalifications
qualifications quaUfic tions that they fulfilled the re requirements requirements requirements ¬
quirements of the law and of the therul rules rulesand rulesand s sand
and regulations of the land department in inmaking inmaking Inmaking
making entry and that the branch of the thegovernment thegovernment thegovernment
government having jurisdiction of this thismatter thIsmatter thismatter
matter had decide that It was satisfied
that all requirements had been be n fulfilled fulfilledand fulfilledand fulfilledand
and that the patent was the proper ful ¬
fillment of the obligation of the govern government government governnent ¬
ment i to entrymen that when the patent patentssued
issued I It conveyed all of the title which
the government had perfect and Inde ¬
feasible and that the defendant under underwarranty underwarranty
warranty deeds received by him received receivedpatent receivedpatent receivedpatent
patent and histitle his title became as a perfect perfectas
as If that patent had been issued upon
the date the final receipt was Issued
from the land office officePurchased officePurchased
Purchased In Good Faith FaithIt
It further appears without contradic ¬
tion that defendant Clark purchased in ingood ingood ingood
good faith that he paid the full purchase purchaseprice purchaseprice purchaseprice
price for the land and full value of the
land In cash that he had no notice or ormeans ormeans ormeans
means of notice that anything Illegal had hadentered hadentered hadentered
entered into the procuring of titles of
the lands that there was nothing to ex excite c cxcite ¬
cite his suspicions but on the contrary
each and every act requisite had been
fulfilled and complied with on the part partof partof partof
of tho entrymen and officers of the gov government government gayernment ¬
ernment and that he was advised by
counsel that his title was perfect bring ¬
ing himself strictly wiuun the rule laid
down by the supreme court of the United
States In other cases We therefore sub submit submit submit ¬
mit that there Is no mer meat t In the conten ¬
tion of counsel for the government that
he only purchased an equitable Interest
All of the authorities cited heretofore es ¬
tablish clearly that he purchased an anequitable anequItable anequitable
equitable interest which was subsequent ¬
ly perfected Into an absolute legal title
by patent of the United Statesrtliat he
Is a bona fide purchaser for value and andwithout andwithout andwithout
without notice that th t he Is entitled to the theprotection theprotection theprotection
protection of the t e law as specified in the theact theact theact
act of congress and an that to deny him
that right would be e to i o repeal the act actLack actLack acLLacl
Lack < of Proof ProofIn P Proofconclusion of ofIn
In conclusion we respectfully submit
that there is an absolute lack of proof
to sustain allegations of fraud the evi ¬
dence being b ng entirely contrary to the con contentions contentloris contentlo ¬
tentions tentlo s of the government and there
being no testimony whatever to sustain sustainany sustainRny sustainany
any of the issues presented by the bill billand bl11and billand
and lastly we submit that defendant
Clark Is shown to have been a bona fide fidepurchaser fidepurchaser fidepurchaser
purchaser for value and without notice noticethat noticethat noticethat
that he has made his defense upon this thisground thisground thisground
ground established it by uncontradicted uncontradictedtestimony uncontradIitedtestimony ed edtestlmon
testimony testlmon and that for these reasons the thedecrees thedecrees
of the circuit court and the cir circuit circuit circult ¬
cuit court of ofappeaIs appeals were right and andshould andshould andshould
should In all respects respects1eaftlrmed beaffirmed
John J Malvey and Antonio Ruggerio Crushed to Death Under UnderMany UnderMany UnderMany
Many Tons of Rock and Earth E rthBoth Both theUnfor theUnfortunate theUnfortunate theUnfortunate ¬
tunate Men Leave Families F
Special tq The Herald Heralda Herjldnli Heildteaser
nli nlia
a leaser and Antonio Ruggerio a a min miner miner mm mmr ¬
er e r In his employ were crushed to death deathin deathin
in i n a a cavein In the BullionBeck mine minethis minethis minehis
this t forenoon About bou six mine car carloacls carloa caroads
loacls loa l s of earth fell on them Malveys Malveysbody 1ralveysbody Malveysody
body b ody was frightfully frightfullyrnangled mangled and andRuggerios andRuggerios andtuggerlos
Ruggerios I back was broken brokenThe brokenThe brokenThe
The two men were at work on the the600foot the600foot the00foot
600foot 6 level They were in an old oldwinze oldwinze oldwlnze
winze about forty feet under what is isknown islmown isnown
known k nown as a the Kirby stope They failed failedto failedto
to t o appear for their noon meal but butnothing butnothing butnothing
nothing was thought of that because becauseleasers becauseleasers becauseeasers
leasers l easers are not subject to the usual usualmine usualmine usualmine
mine regulations regulationsWhen regulationsWhe regulationsWhen
When 1 the miners quit work at 4 4oclock 4oclock
oclock 0 clock however Tom Downey a close closefriend closefriend closeriend
friend f of Malveys noticed that the lat latters latters hatters
ters luncheon pail was still full He Hebecame Hebecame Hebecame
became somewhat alarmed especially especiallywhen especiallywhen especiallywhen
when Investigation showed that Rug Ruggerios RuggerIos Ruggerios ¬
gerios luncheon was likewise un untouched untouched unouched ¬
touched t
Their Bodies Are Found FoundA
A searching s party was sent after the themen th thmen themen
men Ruggerios body was found first firstand firstand firstand
and after some digging Malveys re
Houses at Haverstraw N Y YI Topple Into IntoPit Pit Sixty Feet Deep DeepWreckage DeepWreckage DeepWreckage
Wreckage Catches Fire FireList List of Unfortunates ttEJio ttEJioWent WJ1oWent WJioWent
Went Down to Death
JETaverstraw N T Jan 9 9Tonight 9Tonightseventeen 9Tonighteventeen Tonight Tonightseventeen
seventeen s persons are missing and are arebelieved arebelieved arebelieved
believed to have gone to their death deathwhen deathwhen
when thirteen houses onRockland on Rockland street lstrectn > streetIn streetin
In I n Haverstraw toppled over last night nightInto nightInto nightnto
Into i a pit sixty feet deep which had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been cut by clay diggers in connection connectionwith connectionwith connectionwith
with the brickmaking industry here hereTwelve h hdreTwelve re reTwelve
Twelve of the persons missing were oc occupants o ocupants ocupants ¬
cupants of the fallen houses five were wereamong wereamong wereamong
among the rescuers who went to the theaid theald theaid
aid of neighbors after the first house housefell housefell housetell
fell and were carried down when the
twelve other houses went crashing over overthe overthe overthe
the precipice The wreckage quickly quicklycaught quicklycaught quicklycaught
caught fire and those who were in the themass themass themass
mass were either crushed or burned t tdentb to todeatto todeath
death Tonight there is t grave gra e fear of ofanother ofanother ofanother
another cavein along the same street streetand streetand streetand
and the occupants of seven or eight eighthouses eighthouses eighthouses
houses have moved away Others are
keeping an all night vigil ready to toalarm toalarm toalarm
alarm their neighbors in case of im impending impending liiipending ¬
pending danger dangerList dangerLi dangerList
List Li of Missing MissingThe
The missing tonight all ll of whom are
believed to be dead are areHarris areHarris areHarris
Harris Nelson a merchant merchantBenjamin m merchantBenjamin rchant rchantBenjamin
Benjamin Nelson N elBon his h s son sonMrs sonMrs sonMrs
Mrs Silverman and young son sonCharles sonCharles sonCharles
Charles Cohen and wife wifeP wifeP wifeP
P Mannim and wife wifeJohn wifeJohn wifeJohn
John B Beauchamp
A Provitch and daughter daughterAbraham daughterAbraham daughterAbraham
Abraham Dins DiasJoseph DinsJ DiesJoseph i
Joseph J Albert AlbertJohn A1be A1beJohn AlbertJohn
John McMufray
Bartley McGovern McGovernMrs McGovernMrs McGovernMrs
Mrs Joseph Dalley I IRev
Rev Mr Alden a Jewish rabbi rabbiBank rabbiBank rabbiBank
Bank Crumbled Away AwayThd AwayThe AwayTh
The Th landslide which carried away the
thirteen houses was caused by the fall fall1ng
Ing in of a bank under which exca excavators excavators excavators ¬
vators of brick manufacturers had been beenworking beenworking beenworking
working for a number of years The Theground Thoground Theground
ground began cracking and showing showingseams showingseams slrnwlngseams
seams at noon yesterday and some of
the occupants of house along the brink brinktook brinktookwarning brinktookwarsIng
took tookwarning warning and left Others believed
L 1 1mains
mains were dug out of f theearth which whichMcgored which1 whichSuperintendent whichSuperintendent
> Mcgored ithBemi ithBemiSuperintendent 1
Superintendent IC Ii C Doty of the theBullionBeck theBullionBeck theBullionBeck
BullionBeck says that only a few days daysago daysago daysago
ago Malvey talked t lked to him about the thetimbering thet1mbC thetimbering
timbering t1mbC ing and expressed an intention intentionto
to use every precaution to insure its itssafety itssafety itssafety
safety He seemed somewhat appre apprehensive aPJ apprehenslve > re rehensive ¬
hensive then that the dirt might II ght cave cavein cave caveIn i iIn
Both Leave Families FamiliesMalvey FamiliesMalvey FamiliesMalvey
Malvey was one of the best known knownminers knownminers knownminers
miners in the Tin Tinttc tic district He Heleaves Heleaves Heleaves
leaves a a wife and five children here in inEureka inEureka InThireka
Eureka His eldest child Is 18 years yearsof yearsof yearsof
of age Malvey was 50 years old oldRuggerio oldRuggerIo oldRuggerlo
Ruggerio had been in Eureka only
five or ten days From all that can be belearned belearned belearned
learned of him he leaves a wife and andfamily andfamily andfamily
family of three th ce children in Cozenza CozenzaItaly CozenzaItaly CozenzaItaly
Italy His body was taken charge of ofby ofby ofby
by the officials of the Miners union unionMalveys union1ralveys unionMalveys
Malveys body was turned over to his hisfamily
Will Hold an Inquest Inquestjustice Inquestustlce InquestJustice
justice ustlce ofthePeace of the Peace D A Lindsay Lindsayempaneled
empaneled a jury and will hold an IIIT IIITHenry In7quest in inquest
quest Thursday County Attorney
Henry Adams darns wIn w 1 attend the inquest
The jury is composed of J I J Carmody
Fred Shontz and Owen Fairchild
that nothing serious would happen and an
remained remainedWhen remainedWhen remainedWhen
When the breakage occurred In the
long line ofland which formed the rag ¬
ged edge of RockTand street one house
toppled over into the pit with all who hc
were within its walls The occupants
of theother the other houses prepared to leave
their homes in the face of a blinding bhfndin
snowstorm A number of people who wh
lived near by rushed nIsh d to their aid and au
were we e assisting in getting them out when 1
twelve more houses went down car ¬
rying with them not only the families
who occupied them but also several of 0
those who had h d gone gon to their assistance
Overturned stoves set fire to the build
Ings The landslide broke the water r
main mainr this cutting off the th entire supply i iand
and the me fire fir fires department was helpless helplessSHOWING helplessSHOWING
REPUBLICS HER FLAG FLAGWashington 4 4Washington
Washington Jan 9 9The The German gun ¬
boat boatPanther Panther now on a cruise In South
American waters and which has on sev several several several ¬
eral occasions figured in International I
incidents win according to Information Informationreceived informationrecelv 1 1received
received recelv d here shortly shortlyvisit visit Buenos Ayres Aresapd S Saytd
and later make a trip along the Parana Paranaand Paranand 3 3nd
and nd the Paraguay rivers and call at As Asuncion AsuncIon Asuncion ¬
uncion the capital of Paraguay The Thepurpose Thepurpose Th S Spurpose
purpose of the visit it Is believed Is a
desire of Germany to show her flag in the thesmallrepublic themall thusmall
smallrepublic mall republic in which whi there are con cbnsiderable chintiderablo
Biderable German commercial interests interestsITALIAN inU Inthrests1TALIANSHOTDEAD rests restsJ
Shoshone Idar Ida Jan Jan9Word 9 9Wi Word > rd reached
this city this morning that the town mar marshal marshal ¬
shal of Minidoka had shot and instantly instantl marr r
killed an Italian last night between the thu
hours of 9 and 10 oclock o clock The Italian is issaid ISsaId i S Ssaid
said to have been drunk and abusive The S
fatal shots were fired while he was resist ¬
ing arrest A deputy sheriff left imme ¬
diately for the scene and is expected
home tonight with the details of tho tb 0
tragdy fu j
City < Treasurer Swenson Inherits 1135 1135ecessor 1 13511 I 35
56210 621 0 from Fish Fisher Harris His HisPredecessor HisPredecessor
Predecessor ecessor in Office OfficeRecords OfficeRecor ice iceRecords
Records Recor of of City Auditor Show That Less Than Th n OneFourth One OneFoLirth1 OneFoLirth1Water F l i1h ot otWater f fWater
Water Bond Fund Has Been Paid Out OutStatement OutStatementShowing OutStatementShowing Statement StatementShowing
Showing Condition of Fund FundCash
p 4 4J 4Cashin 4Cash
Cash Cashin in thecity the oily treasury Jan 1 1906 1906Amount 19O61135562 11355621 1O 1OAmount a aAmount
Amount of water bond fund expended expendedAdditional 17933236 1 179332 9332 36 36Additional 36Additional
Additional amount contracted for forAmount I 19968244 199682 I 44 44Amount 44Amount
Amount of water bond fund unexpended unexpendedTotal 470985 20 20Total 20Total
Total amount voted water improvements improvementsAmount 850000 00 00Amount 00Amount
Amount voted for sewer improvements improvementsSewer I 15000000 150000 00 00Sewer 00Sewer
Sewer contracts in force call caUfor for I 18276500 182765 1 00
Ezra Thompson and his American Americanadministration
1 administration take possession of the city citywith cft cftwith citywith
with 5113556210 13556210 in cold cash In the city citytreasury eit eittreasury citytreasury
treasury ThisisIn This is in spiteof spite of the fact that thatsome thatsome
some of the croakers have been howling howlingabout howfngabOut howlingabout
about a bankrupt city These same samecroakers samec samecrQakers
croakers c oak rs haye been turning black in the theface thefacehowUng theface
face facehowUng howling howlingthat that the 85ftOOO voted by the thetaxpayers thetaxpaers
taxpayers a year ago to solve the water waterproblem waterproblem waterproblem
problem had been squandered and that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there Is nothing to show for the expen expenditure exp exPenditure n nditure ¬
diture of this money moneyWhen mon I IWhen
When the business of the Morris admin administration administration adinlaIstratfon ¬
istration was closed Dec 31 196 l90 the therecords therecords therecords
records of the city cit auditor showed that thatbut thatbut thatbut
but onefifth of the water fund had been beenexpended beenexpended
expended To be more accurate the theamount theamount theamount
amount of money that had been expended expendedfrom expendedtrom expendedfrom
from this water fund was 17933236 This Thisleft Thisleft Thisleft
left a balance unexpended In this fund of
6806676 The contracts let call for the theexpenditure theexpenditure
expenditure of an additional 19968244 119968244and 19968244and 19968244and
and when these contracts are met there therewill therewill therewill
will still remain an untouched balance in inthe inthe inthe
the water fund of 47095520 47095520More i709S520More
More Than Half Cash Left LeftThe LeftThe LeftThe
The total expended and contracted for for3790148oand
537901480 3790148oand and the cash balance on hand handt709852omake hand4709S520make
t709852omake 17095520 make up the total of 550000 550000voted S 860000voted OOOO OOOOvoted
voted by the taxpayers for the purpose purposeof
of solving so Iv in Ii the water problem It will willhe winbe willbe
be seen from these these figures > Jiat at over half halfof halfof halfof
of the bond money is now in the city citytreasury citytreasury
treasury in cold cash while practically
200000 in addition to the 470985 Is in the thetreasury thetreasury thetreasury
treasury to t he bep paid i out on on n contracts for forwork forwork
work now being done doneIt doneIt doneIt
It is not correct to say that 1000000 1000000i l000iiwasNoted 1000000wasvoted
i wasvoted for solvi solving ng the wa waterproblem waterproblemO ter problem problemOf
Of O this total 5150000 was to be expended expendedon
on a main sewer for the southern and andwestern andwestern
western portions of the city Contracts Contractshave Contractshave Cohtractshave
have been let calling for the expenditure expenditureof
of 182765 and although none of this thisi thismoney thismoney
i money has been expended the contracts contractsnow oontractsnow
now in existence will more than consume consumethe consumethe consumethe
the total totalCash totalCash totalCash
Cash Balance Turned Over OverIn OverIn OverIn
In this connection It will be Interesting Interestingto interesti g gto
to note no e the amount of a4tunl cash turned turnedover turnedover
over by FisheryHarris Fisher4 FisherHarris Harris to his successor successorFrank sU successorFrank cessor cessorFrank
Frank A Ewenson and receipted for by byhim byhIm byhim
him The 113556210 turned over is ap apportioned apportioned apportioned ¬
portioned to the various funds as follows followsI followsContingent followsContingent
I Contingent fund fun < 594CG 26 26Waterworks 26Waterworks 26Waterworks
Waterworks 5226312 5226312Irrigation 52263 12 12Irrigation 12Irrigation
Irrigation and water 21559 55 56Streets 55Streets 55Streets
Streets and sidewalks 7252109 7252109Sewers 7252109Sewers 2521 0 0Sewers
Sewers and drains 16086 16086Water 16036Water 16086Water
Water meter department 7403 00 00PuDlic 00PubHc 00Public
Public library n 1094416 1094416Water 10914 16 16Water 11Water
Water and sewer bond 835397 47 47Special 47Special 41Special
Special funds 59920 5992001 5992001Total Oi OiTotal 01Total
Total U3o562 10 10Contracts 10Contracts 10Contracts
Contracts Now In Force ForceContracts ForceContracts ForceContracts
Contracts now in force f rce upon which por portions portions Portions ¬
tions of the water and sewer bond fund fundare fundare fundare
are to be expendedv expendedare are as follows The Theamounts Theamounts Theamounts
amounts are estimated est1 nated for the reason reasonthat r rahonthat son sonthat
that they are based on the approximate approximatequantity approximatequantity approximateL
quantity of work tobe done as shown in inthe inthe Inthe L
the notices to bidders which quantities quantitiesare quantitleare
are subject to change changeP changePI
P PI J Moran oran cQnstruction of j jBig iBig I IBig
Big Cottonwood conduit 23657500 23657500Salt 2365i5 00 00Salt OCSalt
Salt Lake Hardware Co steel steelreinforcing steelreinforcing steelreinforcing
reinforcing bars 83193 83193Silver 8119 8412Silver
Silver Bros Iron Work steel steeland steeland r t tand I
and iron other than reinforce reinforcement reinforcement reinforcemeat
ment 153000 153000Hanley 15SO 00 00Hanley t tHanley
Hanley r Ritchie constructing a abrick nbrick abrick
brick and reinforced reinfor ed concrete concreteconduit concreteconduit concreteconduit
conduit Jordan and 1d Salt Lake Lakecanal Lakecanal t tcanal
canal 13662 00 00Totals 00otals Oi
Totals 25936 259936 38 38SewerBond 38Sew 3 3SewerBond 3
SewerBond Sew r Bond Fund FundJames FundJames FundJames
James Kennedy constructing ex extension e etensIon cxtension ¬
tension gravity outlet sewer 4 29240 00 00James 00James 0 0James
James Kennedy constructing in intercepting interceptfng intercepting ¬
tercepting sewer sew r and pumping pumpinging pumninging
ing statt stathm on 14835000 14835000Salt 148350 00 00Salt 0 0Salt U
Salt Lake Hardware Co steel steelreinforcing steelreinforcing
reinforcing bars 5l 51i5 < o 00 00Tolal ODTolal OJ 0
Tolal 859939 25993633 25993633All 3 3Alt S
1 <
1All All Information Inform tton In Detail DetailFor DetailFor
For the benefit of those those who desire to tolook tolook t D
look more fully into the condition of the thewater thewater thu thue r
water bond fund to ascertain how the themoney themoney thu thumoney e
money has been expended the following followingstatement fonowIngstatement r rt
statement Is given giv glvenprepared prepared by C B Felt Feltat Feltat Felat t
at the close of his term as city auditor auditoring auditoring auditorlag
ing of an Increased water supply showing showingalso showIngalso
also amounts contracted contra < ted for in connection connectiontherewith connectiontherewith connectiartherewith 1
therewith based on approximate quanti quantities quantities quantities ¬
ties as given in contracts estimated bal balances balances ¬
ances unpaid thereon and balance of ofwater ofwater o owater I
water bond money mon y unappropriated unappropriatedDECEMBER unappropriatedD unappropriatedDECEMBER
DECEMBER D CEMBER 31 1905 1905Disbursements 1905Disbursements 1905Disbursements
Disbursements DisbursementsBond DisbursementsBond J JBpnd
Bond and legal ex expenses expenses expenses ¬
penses pensesBond pensesBond pensesBond
Bond election 336099 336099Engravg 3300 99 99Engravg 99Engravg
Engravg etc bonds bondstrip bondstrIp bondstrip
trip to New York ltlS 1a113RecordIng 00 00Recording 00Recording
Recording papers ab abstracts abstracts abstracts
stracts etc 93 9339 < 80 80Legal 80Legal
Legal expenses 5359 5359ro10s 75 10827 54 54Big 5lBIg S SBig I
Big Cottonwod water waterSecuring waterSecurIng waterSecuring >
Securing options 116500 2165 165 00 00Engineering V VEngineering i iEngineering
Engineering water waterexchange waterexchange waterexchange
exchange 315 31580 31580Bon 80 80Bonuses
Bonuses Bon ses T 3645000 36150 37980 SO SOBig SOBig S SBig 1
Big Cottonwood Cottonvoodconduit Cottonwoodconduit
t <
conduit conduitRight conduitBight f f
Right of way pur jnzrchases p r rchases i ichases
chases 29S5 298500 298500Engineering 00 00Engineering 00Engineering
Engineering n 1474219 1474219Advertising 1142 i4742l0Advertising lG lGAdvertising
Advertising AdvertisingInspection 10338 lft338In 103 38 38Inspection
Inspection InspectionContracts In pectIonn 494 9um 4D4S0Contracts 9umContrllcts 50
Contracts ContractsPumping < G23 jQ2 2394 9 94 178579 7857901 7857901Pumplngplant 7S 5191 < tt tt92drCOr 1
Pumping Pumplngplant plant Big BigCottonwood BigCottonwood BigCottonwood
Cottonwood district districtEngineering distrlctEngineering distrIctEngineering
Engineering 92drCOr < 920 00 0 S
Seepage diversions dlverslonEngineering diversionEngineering > s sEngineering
Engineering EngineeringParleys 52850 52850 528 50 50Parles S
Parleys canyon c nyon pump punt puntingplant ¬
ing ingplant ingplantEngineerIng plant j jj jjEngineering > jf jfEngineering >
Engineering C CSpring r29tHI Ooo 20000 S
Spring creek creekH creekOptIon
H Option 40000 40000a
1 r
Engineering u 57500 57 90 9 ° 975 97 97Little 00 00Little 00ittle
Little L ittle Cottonwood di diversion diversion diversion ¬
version versionEngineering versionEngineering
Engineering 87000 870 870EaSt 00 87004 87004East 80 Si Siaht Oil
East E aht Jordan canal canalStock canalStock
Stock In 4000000 40OO 40OOExtcnson 4000000ExtensiOflofeflglfl 00
Extension ExtensiOflofeflglfl of engln englneering
eering 113635 1136 35 411363a 411363aImproving 411363mproving
Improving I Jordan JordanSalt JordanSalt i iSalt
Salt Lake canal canalEngineering canalEngineering
Engineering 4ro r 60 60Advertising 60Advertising
Advertising 54 54Water 4 65 65ater 5305a 5305aWater 3
Water W ater works and dls dlstributing dlstributing distributing
tributing system systemEngineering systemEngIneering systemEngineering
Engineering 36775 36775Water a 3T 15 15Vater S SWater
Water works dept 594 63 68ktah 96233 96233Utah 9G2 3i 3iUtah
Utah U tah lake improve improvements improvements linprovements ¬
ments mentsEngineering mentsEngineering mentsEngineering
Engineering 5000 50005th 50005th nO 00 005th
5th pump citys por portion perlion
lion 297419 297419Developing 3024glf 3 3024 3024eveloping 24ruf
Developing D under underground underground I Iground
ground Emigration Emigrationcanyon EmigratIoncanyon Emigrationcanyon
canyon canyonEngineering canyonEngineering canyonEngineering
Engineering 833 78 78Water iSWater S SWater
Water works worksd6pt dept 52 33 1786llr 1786llrLiberty 1 1iS61tiberty 86 86Liberty
Liberty L park wells wellsEngineering weBsEngIneering wellsEngineering
Engineering 128 12827 12827Driving 1287Driving 27 27Driving
Driving wells 1133 4 41261 1261 1 73 73Watershed 73Vatershed 7iatershed
Watershed W atershed improve improvements improvements improvements ¬
ments mentsEngineering mentsEngineering
Engineering 1090 10 90 90Totals 1090 1090Totals 10 1090Totals 00
Totals 179382 76 76179332 179332 76 76Amount 16Amount 76mount
Amount A mount of o contract based basedon basedon basedon
on approximate quantise quantiseBis quantleBJ quantiesBig
Big BJ Cottonwood conduit conduitMGi4 conduitMGi4Anount conduitmount 3463pt 3S 3SAmount
Amount A mount of contract based basedon basedon
on approximate quantities quantitiesImproving qua quantitiesImprovtg tlUes tlUesIIll
Improving IIll > roln Jordan Salt SaltLake
Lake canal 132r4 w wAmount fit fitAmount Ih Ihmount
Amount A mount of contract boseflon based basedOIS
on approximate quanties
Total of contracts 138883 it 38 38Total
Total disbursed 1798W 17900 17900Total 179836Totalunpaid 36 36Total
Total Totalunpaid unpaid on contracts lfi9SS2 41 41Total fP fPTotat l lTotal
Total paid and contracted for 378014 88
Balance water bond money mone un unappropriated unappropriated Unappropriated ¬
appropriated h 470985 30 30Total 00Total INITotal
Total VS50000 S50O0000 S50O0000npaid S50 O fOO fOOUrpald 00 00Unpaidon
Unpaidon Urpald U on oncqntracts oncqntractsBig contracts contractsBig cQntractsBig
Big Cottonwood conduit 1S6020 18602044 44
Improving Jordan Salt S llt Lake Lakecanal Lakecanal Lakecanal
canal 136200 136200Total 130m tJ tJTotal 0 0Total
Total 19968844 1996344U1IJTOGETINTO 19968844HorgaiTMayBe iro68 44 44I 44LIKELY
HorgaiTMayBe 1organMay Be Asked to Turn TurnOve13 TurnOve13Chicago Oveu OveuChicago Ove OveChicago
Chicago Cincinnati Louis Louisville Louisville Louisvile ¬
ville Bonds BondsCincinnati BondsCincinnati BondsCincinnati
Cincinnati Jan 9 9The The Chicago Cin Cincinnati Cinclnnati Cm Cmcinnati ¬
cinnati Louisville purchase by the theCincinnati th theCincinnati r rCincinnati
Cincinnati Hamilton Dayton and the
Pere Marquette railways may be
con contested contested contested ¬
tested In the courts W A Bradford Bradfordpresident Bradfordpresident Bradfordpresident
president of the th Chicago Cincinnati CincinnatiLouisville CincInnatiLou CincinnatiLouisville
Louisville Lou viIle arrived in this city yester ¬
day after consultation in New York with
his hi legal advisers and the following
statenient by him was published today
ExJudge John F Dillon and WII WIIratlons
Ham O Coke author of Coke on Corpo
rations have examined the manner by
which the Chicago Cincinnati Louis ¬
ville was purchased by the Cincinnati Cincinnatii <
i Hamilton Dayton and the Pere Mar ¬
quette and they are emphatic that the th tht
t sale ale will stand and that the bonds Is Isvaiid 18J
5ued for the purchase of the road ar arc1 arc1valid
Decides to Repudiate RepudiateJ
J 3 P Morgan purchased the Cincin ¬
nati Hamilton Dayton stock In Sep ¬
tember last and on Oct 12 he ratified
the purchase of the Chicago Cincinnati
Louisville Now Tow ow he desires to repudi ¬
ate at his own act in October
The Cincinnati Hamilton Dayton
has operated the Chicago Cincinnati
Louisville for about eighteen months We
had terminals In this city which were
leased to private individuals by the Cin ¬
cinnati Hamilton Dayton without
either my knowledge or approval The Th
Cincinnati Hamilton Dayton officials
cancelled our ninetynineyear nlnetynlne ear contract
for terminals in Chicago ChicagoI
I turned over the Chicago Clncinnatt
Louisville to the Cincinnati Hamilton
Dayton free of indebtedness Now ow the theWhen
floating debt runs Into the thousands
When asked if a suit would be brought
In the United States court to compel
Mr Morgan to turn over the bonds for
the Chicago Cincinnati Louisville Mr
Bradford simply said
Walt and see seeISRAEL seeISRAEL seeISRAEL
Philadelphia Jan 9 9The The Evening Bul ¬
letin today publishes the following followingdisruption
Israel W Durham realIzing that the
disruption of the organization of which
he was the undisputed leader is com ¬
plete and that the party machine has
been captured by the Lincoln Republic ¬
ans has released his friends from their
obligations to himself He has told them
to look for their own interests
and to make the best terms possible
with the meji m n who are back of o the new
ward leaders combine combineTHE combineI combineTHE
CharIesT Charles T Ritchie RitchieLondon RitchieLondon RitchieLondon
London Jan 9 9Charles Charles T RitchIe
first Baron Ritchie former chancellor chancellorof
of the exchequer e chequQ died today at BIarr Bf Biar Biarritz r rritz
ritz France He was wasstricken stricken lastnlgn lastnlgnwith last ladtnighwith nlit tji tjiwith
with paralysis
of ofJ 1

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