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At At3OClook 3 3OClock OCIock This Afternoon ternoon the Con Conference Conierence Coitference
p tJ
ference on Ktoroccan Be Beftitnis Refotm Beo1
ftitnis fotm o1 ni Will 11l Begin BeginLINEUP BeginLIN BeginLrUP
j J + + + M + + M + + M + ± + + + + + + 4 + M + + M + + M + + + + + + + + +
p + London LondonJ Jan an 15 liiThe The Aseo A HO HOI o oclate4 4dated +
I + dated Prees Pre + s te 1 advIsed that Am Aml Ambasdor +
l + bassador White representing the theUnited theUnited +
+ United States at the Moroccan Moroccanconferenee Moroccanconterenee +
+ conference Algeciras Algf > clras will support supportthe supportthe +
+ the German contention both as to tothe 4 4the
+ the opan door in Morocco and andas andas +
4 + as to an international Int rnaUon81 commission commissionto +
4 to control the policing of the coun country 4 4try
4 + try It is 1i suggested that this may maymake 4 4 4I
I + make the adoption of the German Germanview 4 4view
4 + view probable particularly in the thelfght thelight +
4 + light of the fact that Russia has hasshown +
4 4 shown marked m rkfd indifference to the theappeRI theppea1 +
4 + appeal of Franc for support The TheJnfluenee 4 4 4Influence
+ Influence of the Vatican is also lso un understO Understeed +
+ derstood derstO d to be hostile to France FranceM Francet + 4AJgec1r
M 4 4 4 + + 44444444 t + + t + 44 + 4 H + t 4 + 4 t 44 44Algecirag t t1geoira
Algecirag 1geoira Jan 15 815 p m mThe The open openIng opening openIng
Ing of the international conference on onMoroccan onMoroccan onMoroccan
Moroccan reforms has definitely d been beenfixed beenfixed beenfixed
fixed for 8 oclock tomorrow afternoon afternoonThe afternooni afternoonThe
i The Duke of Almodovar Almo ovar the Spanish Spanishminister
I 1 minister of foreign forel n affairs took the ini initiative initlat1e mltiative ¬
tiative soon after arriving here today todayarranging todayarranging todayarranging
arranging plans for the beginning of the thedeliberations thedcUberlitlons thedelibertlons
deliberations All the delegates had ar arrived arrived arrived ¬
rived during the day and each found founda
a n note from the duke advising that a apreliminary aproIlmInary apreliminary
preliminary session for the purpose of oforganization oforganization ofI
I organization will take place at 3 oclock oclocktomorrow oclocktomorrow oclocktomorrovr
tomorrow tomorrowIt
It Is expected that the duke will pre preside preside preside
side and will make a brief address of ofwelcome ofwelcome ofwelcome
welcome after which doubtless he will willbe wl1lbe willbe
be chosen as the permanent presiding presidingj presidIngficer
i d < j ficer ficerj
1 1 Landing of Americans AmericansInteresting AmericansInteresUn AmericansInteresting
Interesting features this afternoon were werethe werethe werethe
the landing landin of 4mbassador White the theAmerican theAmQrloan theAmerican
American delegate del ga1 from the American Americanprotected AmeriClUlprotected Americnprotected
protected cruiser Galveston and later laterthe laterthe
4 the arrival of Samuel R Gunnere min minister minl1er ruinI ¬
I ister to Morocco the second cond American Americanfelegate AmericanA Americanlegate
legate from Tangier on the French FrenchJcruiser FrenchruI Frenchi
i Jcruiser ruI ruisr r Galilee The Galveston fired a asalute asalute
5 A salute of twentyone guns as she dropped droppedI droppedanchor
I anchor off the pier The Spanish ernie cruisera crulsprs erniers
era rs did d not respond promptly but the theland theland theland
land batteries roared an answering sa saluta salute salute
lute luteThe The ambassador entered one of the theGlvactons theGalvutons thealvotons
Glvactons launches and the latter took tooka
a course circling the Spanish cruiser cruiS r Rio Riode Riode Riodo
de la 1 Plata Pia ta the sailors 11019 of t which manned mannedthe mannedthe mannedJ
J the yards and grave Ye hearty cheers to tothe tothe tothe
the American delegate The American Americanlaunch Americanlaunch AmericanI
I launch then circled the Spanish cruiser cruiserMarina cruiaerIarina crui3erMarina
Marina de la Molina the sailors of which whichalso whichalso
I also cheered Mr White and his com companions companions cornpenions ¬
panions panionsOn
On landing Ambassador White was wasgreeted wugreeted waar
r greeted by the gov governor rnor general and the thealcalde thealQftlde
4 alcalde who escorted him to his hotel hotelMr hotelMr hotelMr
Mr Gummere > rf was wa similarly saluted salutedwhen s luted lutedwhen
1 when he arrived on board the Galilee GalileeStruggle Ga111eeStruggle GalileeStruggle
Struggle at Hand HandAa HandAs HandA
Aa A the 1e delegates c1pl atNl assemble as emble there is no nooutward nooutward nob
b outward evidence or tension but on the thecontrary theOI
contrary 0 OI rar 513 r here there is 8 a notable exchange of offfrfeniife oftf ofe
ffrfeniife e 1tfeetceen tf between the German and andFrench andFrench andFrench
French delejftfiions dcle tlons There is however howeveran
an iindereurrent of sentiment that a 8 su supreme supreme enP ¬
P j preme preme diplomatic < struggle stru le is imminent imminentwith Imminentwith imminentwith
with France and Germany occupying the thecenter thecentor thecenter
center and the other powers ranged In Invarying invaryInll Invarying
varying degrees d grees around them themThe themJ
J I The French count upon Great Britain BritainSpain BritainSpain Britainj
j Spain Italy and Russia as sure and andconsider andI andM
M consider that t1 t the relations s between the theTnited theTnited
I 1 Tnited States and France and Great GreatBritain GreatBrltftin Greatr
In r Britain aid in expecting the support of ofthapAmeriean ofth ofthj
thapAmeriean th thj t American delegates df > legtes On the other otherhand otherhand
1 hand the prevailing pre v mug sentiment Is that thatGermany thatGermany
Germany can < an count on America Holland Hollandand Ho1Iandf Hollandand
f and Sweden and perhaps on Denmark Denmarkwith Denmarkwith
1 with Germany also expecting e that the theUnited theUnited
4 1 United States will support some of her hercontentions hercontl hercontentions
contentions contentionsNow contl contentionsI ntlons ntlonsj
j I Now that the delegates are here the thescene thescene thescene
scene before then is suggestive Plainly Plainlyvisible Plainlyvisible PlainlyI
I visible three mile away rises the gi gigantic gigantlc gIi ¬
i gantic rock rO < k of Gibraltar like a lion lionguarding Honuardln lionguardIng
guarding uardln the straits while dimly out outlined outlined outlined ¬
lined to the southward are the low moun mountains mountaIns mounr ¬
r tains of Africa Algeciras lies in the thecenter thecenter thecenter
center of this panorama Thus the pow powers powers powore ¬
ers of the world are gathered at the theBoutharmost the6outhermost thesouthermost
Boutharmost point of Europe and their theirlonging theirlonging theirlonging
longing looks toward Africa give the thekeynote thekeynote thekeynote
keynote to the meeting about to begin beginPATRICKS beginJi beginPATRICKS
i Albany Jan 15 liAJbert Albert T Patrick the theNew theNew theNew
New York ork lawyer convicted and await awaiting awaitl ¬
11 l t ing execution in Sing Sing prison next nextweek nextI
I week for the murder of f William Marsh MarshRice MarshRice Marshp
p Rice in New York Y rk City in September SeptemberII
1 II 1900 was reprieved this afternoon by byGovernor byGovernor
Governor oernor HIggIns until March 19 8 space spaceof spacef
1 f of o f fiftysix daysy days daysThis
y I This reprieve is granted for the pur purpose purif purI ¬
if I f pose of giving Patricks counsel time to tobring tobring tobring
bring before a trial court alleged newly newlytiscovered newlyl
l l tiscovered evidence Its granting fol folowed tolQwed folcwed
owed a hearing before the governor governorand governorit
it 1 d A and Jld was in accordance with the request requestof
David B Hill and andJudge andJudge andJudge
7 1 of former Senator Seu t r
Judge W V M 1 K Olcott of counsel for forPatrick forPatrIck forPatrick
Patrick and nd with th the full consent of ofDistrict orDIstriot
4 District Attorney Jerome J rome who was pres present presI ¬
I I out in 1 person per Gft GftI
I >
r Ogden den News NewsOffice
Office 2484 Washington Ave AveOgden AveOgdon AveOgden
Ogden Tuesday Jan 16 16PASSING 16PASSING 16PASSING
Pioneer of Ogden and Resident of ofUtah ofUtah ofUtah
Utah Since 1847 Dies From EromDiabetes FromDiabetes PromDiabetes
Diabetes DiabetesDeath DiabetesDeath DiabetesDeath
Death claimed another of Ogdens old oldest oldest oldest ¬
est pioneers when it visited the Shaw Shawnome Shawome Shawhome
nome ome at 1263 12G Washington avenue and andclaimed andoaimed andclaimed
claimed Ambrose Am rose Shaw who passed away
Ambrose Shaw Shawat
at 715 oclock yesterday morning from froman froman froman
an attack of diabetes from which he hehad hehad hehad
had suffered for the past three months monthsMr monthsMr monthsMr
Mr Shaw was 81 years of age and had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been a resident of Ogden for fiftysix fiftysixyears fiftysixears fiftysixyears
years ears He was one of the pioneers of
47 was well known in Weber county countywhich countywhich countywhich
which he assisted to develop and was a aman aman aman
man of sterling qualities respected by byall b ball byall
all allHe He was born In Victor N Y Sept
12 1824 where on June 22 1846 he mar married marrIed marned ¬
ried Pamela Dunn who died in 1871 Five Fiveyears Fiveyears FIveyears
years later Jan 1 1S75 he was married marriedto
to Minerva fn na Stone In Ogden who to together togpther together ¬
gether with the following children sur survive survive survive ¬
vive him Ambrose A Ernest Merlin Merlinand Merlinand Merlinand
and Olive Theresa After crossing the theplains theplains theplains
plains In 1847 Mr Shaw located In Salt SaltLake SaltIake SaltLake
Lake Lake and he remained there for two twoyears twoyears twoyears
years coming to Ogden in 1S49 where he hehas h hhas hehas
has lived ever since Funeral services serviceswill servi serviceswill es esw1ll
will be held on Thursday ThursdayAPPOINTMENTS ThursdayAPPOINTMENTS ThursdayAPPOINTMENTS
Mayor Fails to Send List to the City CityCouncil CityCouncil CityCouncil
Council CouncilMayor CouncilMayor I IMayor
Mayor IS M I Conroy did not submit submita
a list of appointees ap < > intees to the city council councillast councillast i ilast
last evening The council however de decided deI deIclded decided ¬
cided to place pla e three desk sergeants at atthe atthe atthe
the police station instead of two as here heretofore heretofore ¬ I Ito
tofore to foro and appointed Ben Ternes Demo Democrat Demoerat Democrat ¬
crat and Joseph Critchlow Republican Republicanto
to th position no ltijnti Mr Critchlow succeeds succeedshi
hi iithor 1 dwr the late William F Critch Critchleiv CritchJcw Critchlciv
leiv tnd Mr Ternes fills the new posi position position posttiua ¬
tion reatd last evening The only con contest contest contest ¬
test was wa between Mr Critchlow and andGeorge andGeorge andGeore
George Wardlaw the former winning winningout winningout winningout
out in the balloting by six to three threevotes threevotes threevotes
votes votesRev votesRev votesRev
Rev Father P M Cushnahan ad addressed addressed addressed
dressed the council in behalf of the Car Carnegie CarnegIe Carnegie ¬
negie library board and a 8 warrant was wasordered waSordered wasordered
ordered drawn for 2979 the 1905 1 lew lewThe IevvThe levvThe
The sanitary Inspector reported erne ernenew ernenew onenew
new case of diphtheria and one of small smallpox smsIIpox smallpox
pox having developed during the past pastweek pastweek pastweek
week The treasurers report under date dateof dateof dateof
of Jan 15 showed a balance b lance on hand handof handof handof
of 6305017 The city engineer submitted submitteda
a 8 communication concerning concf > rnlng the build building buildIng buildIng ¬
ing of the proposed boulevard to the themouth themouth themouth
mouth of Ogden canyon in which he heestimated heestimated heestimated
estimated the thecost cost at about 9000 9000WIFE 9000WIFE 9000WIFE
Judge Murphy Gives Preston Nye Nyethe Nyethe Nyethe
the Limit and Promises PromisesIt
It to Others OthersJudge OthersJudge OthersJudge
Judge J D Murphy again demon demonstrated demonstrated demonstrated ¬
strated yesterday that he has no use for fora
I a wifebeater by severely reprimanding reprimandingPreston reprimandingPreston reprimandingPreston
Preston Nye whom he sentenced to serve serveninetynine serveninetynine serveninetynine
ninetynine days on the rock pile He Heannounced Heannounced Heannounced
announced that such offenses must stop stopIn stopIn stopin
In Ogden and that he will administer administerequally adminIsterequally administerequally
equally as severe a sentence to all who whoare whoare whoare
are convicted on this charge Nye was wasoriginally wasorI wasoriginally
originally orI inaIly brought before the court on ona ona
a charge of disturbing the peace but butduring butduring butduring
during the hearing it developed that he hehad hehad hehad
had beaten his wife The Th hearing was wasat wasat wasat
at once postponed and the case Investi Investigated Investigated Investigated ¬
gated further In his own behalf the theprisoner theprisoner theprisoner
prisoner stated that he was intoicated at atthe atthe atthe
the time and did not know it if he beat beatthe beatthe beatthe
the woman womanA
A W Hermann H M Luckett and andJ
J D McDonald who were caught un unloading unloading Unloading ¬
loading a 8 load of coal which they had hadtaken hadtaken hadtaken
taken from a car belonging to the Ore Oregon Oregon Oregon ¬
gon Short Line were found guilty of the thetheft thetheft thetheft
theft yesterday and Hermann was given givena
a sentence of fifteen days in the city cityjail cityjail cityjail
jail and his associates twentyfive days dayseach dayseach dayseach
District Court Suits SuitsAttorneys SuitsAttorneys SuitsAttorneys
Attorneys Maginnis and Coon filed a acomplaint acomplaint acomplaint
complaint in the district court yesterday yesterdayfor
for Mary Ward against the Oregon Short ShortLine ShortLIne ShortLine
Line in which damages of 15000 are areasked areasked areasked
asked askedA
A petition for letters of administration
ft You511 Youllbe be sure of finding your yoursize yours yoursize
size s ze and style here now Each Eachday Eachday EachcJtv
day passed p ssed lessens the choosing choosingthat choosingthat
b that is the best choosing choosingr choosingIt
I HS It S M suits su ts at afourth a fourth r less hssdurinp IffSJL IffSJL9ring f
1 durinp during our ou Reduction Redu tiJl Sale SaleMfbHARDSON Salej l t t tI
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41 At It The Ke Sign Signo sig sigfthe Sign1kP
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in the matter of the estate est te of S B BBayers ESayers BSayers
Sayers deceased was filed by J J Say Sayera Sayers Sayera
era father of the deceased yesterday yesterdayThe yesterdayThe yesterdayThe
The estat consists of personal property
65 wages due and a claim for damages damagesagainst damagesagaInst damagesagainst
against the San Pedro Los Angeles AngelesSalt AngelesSalt AngelesSalt
Salt Lake Railroad company Sayers Sayersdied SayersdIed Sayersdied
died Sept 21 1904 1904There 1904There 1904There
There were two actions in divorce suits suitsfiled BulbifIled suitstiled
filed yesterday The first was that of ofMary otMary ofMary
Mary L HagenKeene against Charles CharlesL
L Keene in which nonsupport is al alleged alleged alleged ¬
leged Blanche R Grundy alleges deser desertion desertion desertion ¬
tion and nonsupport In her suit for di divorce dlyorce divorce ¬
vorce from Reuben B Grundy GrundyAdolph GrundyAdolph GrundyAdolph
Adolph Schansenbachs Estate EstateC
C F Middleton Archibald McFarland McFarlandand
and L D Shurtliff appraisers of the theestate theestate theestate
estate of the late Adolph Schansenbach Schansenbachfiled
filed their inventory and appraisement appraisementwith
with the county clerk yesterday after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon The paper shows that the estate estateconsists estateconsIsts estateconsists
consists of thirtytwo and onehalf shares sharespreferred sharespreferred sharespreferred
preferred stock of the F J Kiesel com company company cornpany ¬
pany valued at 3250 the same number numberof
of shares of common stock of that com company company cOrnpany ¬
pany valued at 325 cash in the Utah UtahNational UtahNatIonal UtahNational
National bank 67001 and one note of ofThomas ofThomas ofThomas
Thomas EL Turner for 100 making a atotal atotal atotal
total valuation of 434501Plain 434501 434501Plain 434501Plain
Plain City Mans Death DeathThomas DeathThomas DeathThomas
Thomas Draper died at the home of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his daughter Mrs Ritchie at Plain City Cityyesterday Cityyesterday Cityyesterday
yesterday morning from an attack a tack of ofpneumonia ofpneumonia ofpneumonia
pneumonia He was born in England EnglandJune EnglandTune EnglandJune
June 30 1821 and emigrated to this coun country cOUQtry country ¬
try about twentyfive years ago He is issurvived Issurvived issurvived
survived by five grown daughters and a anumber anumber anumber
number of grandchildren Funeral ser services services Services ¬
vices will be held in the Plain City Citymeeting CItymeeting Citymeeting
meeting house at 12 oclock noon Wednes Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday ¬
day after which the remains will be bebrought bebrought
brought tb t Ogden and shipped to Span Spanish Spanish Spanish ¬
ish Fork on the 410 oclock train for in interment Interment Int ¬
terment t
K of P Installation InstallationOgden InstallationOgden InstallatIonOgden
Ogden lodge No 2 K of P held Its Itsinstallation ItsinstaUation ItsInstallation
installation of officers In Its ball last lastevening lastevening lastevening
evening The installing officer was T TW TW Tw
W Jackman The following officers were wereinstalled wereinstalled wereInstalled
installed C A Huss C C B A Mar Marriott Marriott Marriott ¬
riott V C L T Booth prelate W G GKind GKInd 0Kind
Kind M W W T Underwood M A AL AL AL
L M Meld K M R S James Ballard BallardM
M V G Hanson M F After the in installation InstallatIon Installatlon ¬
stallation a banquet was spread in the thebanquet thebanquet thebanquet
banquet hall and Joseph Chez acted as astoastmaster astoastmaster astoastmaster
Ogden Briefs BriefsFire BriefsFire BriefsFire
Fire did 350 damage to the home of ofJ ofJ
J 3 F Bauscher yesterday afternoon afternoonThe afternoonThe afternoonThe
The 6monhsold child of Mr and d Mrs MrsPeter MrsPeter MrsPeter
Peter Shuppe was striken with small smallpox smallpox smallpox ¬
pox yesterday yesterdayTO Jcsterd yesterdayTO Y
p 0 0TO
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine QuinineTablets QuininTablets QuinineTablets
Tablets Druggists refund money if it itfails itf itfalls
fails f Us to cure E W GROVES signa signature signature cignature
ture Is on each box 25c 25cVAIL 25cs 25cVAIL
1 1VAIL s
Continued Conti n ued from Page 1 1name 1name 1 1name
name off that interesting document yes yesterday yesterd yestarday ¬
terday terd Mr Prices r1cee persuasion took the theform theform theorm
form orm of proof that he was a good goodAmerioan goodAmorioan goodAmerloan
Amerioan He gave his district and andWard andward andward
Ward chairmen as references and they theycertified theyertified theycertified
certified cheerfully that Mr Price had hadworked hadworked hadworked
worked for the American party during duringtwo durIngtwo duringtwo
two campaigns and was therefore well wellfitted wellfitted wellfitted
fitted to be a policeman The name of ofPatrolman orPatrolman ofPatrolman
Patrolman Thomas W Milner a veteran veteranof
of the force but evidently not a ugo good goodAmerican goodAmerican ct ctAmerican
American was substituted for that of ofPrice ofPrIce ofPrice
Price PriceFred PrIceFred PriceFred
Fred M Schulze did not succeed in inhis inhIs inhis
his effort to get Dick Eddingtons job jobThat jobThat jobThat
That place went to Edgar M Jan Jannev Janneve Ja Janov
nov neveExSergeant
nevExSergeant ExSergeant Dick Eddington will not notlos notlo notlose
los lo lose a shift even if he was removed from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the police force last night He will work workthe workthe workthe
the afternoon shift as guard at the state stateprison stateprison stateprison
prison instead of Joseph Johnson who whosucceeds whosucceeds whosucceeds
succeeds S F Kimball as Jailer at the thecity thecitv thecity
city jail jailIt jailIt jailIt
It Is understood several more police policeheads pollceheads policeheads
heads are to fall In the near future futureprobably futureprobably futureprobably
probably at the next meeting of the thecouncil thecouncil thecouncjl
council councilAn councilAn councjlAn
An ordinance by Crabtree passed by byunanimous byunanimous byunanimous
unanimous vote under suspension of the therules therules therules
rules increases the number of detec detectives detecUves detectives ¬
tives from four to seven The names of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the additional plain cldthes men have havenot havenot havenot
not been announced yet yetNew yetNew et etNew
New Building Ordinance OrdinanceMartin OrdinanceMartin OrdinanceMartin
Martin introduced a resolution amend amending amending amending ¬
ing the city building laws by providing providingrules provIdingrules providingrules
rules covering the walls of flats There Thereare Thereare Thereare
are no ordinances relating to this class classof classof classof
of buildings at present The ordinance ordinancefixes ordinance1ises ordinancefixes
fixes the minimum thickness of walls wallsof wallsof wallsof
of flats as follows the measurements measurementsbeing measurementsbeing measurementsblng
being given in Inches InchesThe
to 1t UJ 8 tj j tj tfl tflOWSWO1r2tfl j
f I g
8 g a t r rQOO
QOO I U1 too toos
s 0 OWSWO1r2tfl OWSWO1r2tflfrn m rn 0 0 1m
rnt frn frnOne
I I gl glOne
One story 9 9Two
Two stories 1612 16 12 9 9Three 9Three
Three stories 16 12 12 9
Four stories 20 16 6 12 12 9
Five st stories rles 20 II 16 16 12 12 9
SIX stones 24 20 16 16112 16l2 12 9
Seven stories 28 24 20 16 16 1212 12 12 9
Eight Elghtstorles storIes u u u 32 28 2420 20 16 16 121 121The 219 219The
The ordinance was referred to the theim theimprovements im improvements improvements ¬
provements and laws committees committeesDr
Dr M R Stewart health commissioner commissionerasked commIssioneraslted commissionerasked
asked that an assistant be appointed to
be in constant touch with the police sta ¬
tion as the commissioner Is unable to torespond torespond torespond
respond to calls in cases of accidents accidentsetc
etc The matter was referred to the thesanitary thesanitar thesanitary
sanitary sanitar and laws committees committeesS
S L Bristols claim for 5000 for per personal personal personal ¬
sonal injuries alleged to have been sus ¬
tained through falling into an open cul culvert culvert culvert ¬
vert at West Temple and Market streets
Dee 1 1 1905 was denied on the ground groundthat ground groundthat groundthat
that the culvert was maintained by a acontractor acontractor acontractor
contractor if it existed in the condition conditionclaimed condItionclaimed conditionclaimed
claimed claimedOn claimedOn claimedOn
On recommendation of Mayor Thomp Thompson ¬
son 263038 in the mayors contingent
fund was turned into the general fund fundof fundof fundof
of the city cityHeads cityHeads cityHeads
Heads of departments will be required
to attend meetings of the council and andof andof andof
of the council committees hereafter
Councilman Mulveys resolution covering
the matter was adopted by unanimous unanimousvote unanimousvote unanimousvote
vote voteCouncilman voteCouncllman voteCouncilman
Councilman Carter introduced an ordi ordinance ordinance ordinance ¬
nance creating paving district No 22
including State street from North Tem Temple Temple Ternpie ¬
ple to Second North First North from fromMain fromMain frombrain
Main to State and West Canyon from fromState fromSta1e fromState
State to Second North NorthBROWN NorthBROWN NorthBROWN
County Assessor AscessorMakes Makes Appointment Appointmentof Appo nment nmentof
of Field Deputies DeputiesCounty DeputiesCounty DeputiesCounty
County Assessor C M cr Brown yester yesterday yest yesterday r rday ¬
day submitted to the county commission commissioners ¬
ers a list of field deputies as follows followsO
O B Nichols G A Gibbs Charles Han Hannaman Hannaman Hannarnan
naman Theo Raybould George May Maycock Maycock claycock
cock Chris Wagoner John E Busby BusbyGeorge BusbyGeorge BusbyGeorge
George Smith William Appleby J M MStull MStull MStull
Stull N S Tdmpson Mr rr Brown named namedthe namedthe namedthe
the following to get out taxpayers state statements statements statements ¬
ments John H Thorne W H Lam Lambourne Lambourne Lambourne
bourne Mrs S D Sanderson Rose RoseHeath RoseHeath RoseHeath
Heath Mattle McGlllivray G A Tuck Tuckfield TUckfield Tuckfield
field B F Thornberg Maud Falrbourne FalrbourneCarl Fa1rbourneCarl FairbourneCarl
Carl F Youngberg H E Canterbury CanterburyLouis CanterburyLouis CanterburyLouis
Louis Vialett Mrs M J McCurdy Mrs MrsAlpin MrsAlpin MrsAlpin
Alpin Thomas Th mas H Walk John Mattler MattlerN I
N J Holm HolmAll HolmAn HoImAll
All the appointments were confirmed confirmedby
by the theboard theboardKELSEY board boardKELSEY boardKELSEY
Promotes Chancy to Position of As Assistant AssTstantCity Assistant ¬
sistant sTstantCity City Engineer EngineerRefreshed EngineerRefreshed ngineerRefreshed
Refreshed by a trip to Idaho Falls Fallswhera Fallswhere Fallswhera
whera he had just witnessed the comple complotion completIon completion
tion of ott1u the th 40000 sewersystenvlnstailed sewersystenvlnstailedunder d dUIid dundi
under UIid r hisdirection his direction City Engineer Louis Ii uls
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NOW at 4 Todayand TodayandTomor
Tomor Tomorow
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it i f lffX l ri adf tt 1Vt > > KtiI 1 = 7J
C Kelsey put In another busy and gory goryday gor gorday goryday
day at the city and county building buildingHe
He named George O Chaney who had hadbeen hadbcen hadbcen
bcen a 8 transkman in the office several severalyears severalyears severalyears
years as assistant city engineer suc succeeding succeeding sueceedlng ¬
ceeding L F Zulick resigned Another Anothercity Anothercity Anothercity
city field party including Harry Jones Joneslevelman Jonesleelman Joneslevelman
levelman E R Richardson rodman rodmanErastus rodmanErastus rodmanErastus
Erastus Kidd and L I Dowden tapemen tapemenwas tapemenwas tapemenwas
was laid off offS offS offS
S W R Brown named by Mr Kel Kelsey Kelsey Kelsey ¬
sey as cement Inspector was given apro apromotion a pro promction promttion ¬
motion He was made bookkeeper of the thedepartment thedepartment thedepartment
department succeeding James Moffat Moffatwho Moffatwho Moffatwho
who held the place under und r the last admin administration ad1pin19tratIor adiplnistration ¬
istration istrationBud 19tratIorBud istrationBud
Bud Black son of Councilman CouncilmanThomas CouncilmanThomas
Thomas R Black will ill begin work ork at atnoon atnoon
today to < 1a Mr Kelstfy Kel y yesterday re removed removed removed ¬
moved Charles Bengtzen a rodman to tomake totnake tomake
make room for Bud Hugh Watson WatsonWho Watsonwho
Who has been acting as tapeman with withteam withteam withteam
team was removed in favor of S T TRedman TREdman TRedman
Redman M S Moffat rodman on the theccrduit theCCI theccdu1t
ccrduit CCI uIt force was removed to make room roomfor roomfor roomfor
for Louis H Luce LuceH LuceH LuceH
H E Zerbe was named as foreman of ofsewers ofsewers ofsewers
sewers sewersR sewersR
R K Patterson chief clerk of the of office office offlee ¬
fice was notified yesterday that Mr Ir Kel Kelsey Kelsey Kelsey ¬
sey desired to retain his services servicesThe servicesThe servicesThe
The vacancies created by b the promotion promotionof
of Mr Chancy and the resignation of Mrs MrsSutherland MrsSutherhmd MrsSutherland
Sutherland as stenographer will not be beflled bet beflled
flled t lled at once Field parties will be put puton puton puton
on again as soon as the work of the of office offlee oflice ¬
flee demands their services Mr Kelsey Kelseysays Kelseysa Kelseysays
says sa Ts
Street Supervisor Raleigh Resents ResentsAttempt ResetsAttempt ResentsAttempt
Attempt to Bully Him HimJacob HimJacob HimJacob
Jacob T Raleigh street supervisor supervisorfound supervisorfound supervisorfound
found it necessary necessar to explain to Council Councilman Councilman Councilman ¬
man T R Black yesterday forenoon that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the street supervisor was named Ral Raleign Raleign Ralcign
eign not Black BlackThe Blackrhe BlackThe
The disturbance arose over Mr Blacks Blacksefforts Blacksefforts Blacksefforts
efforts to persuade Mr Raleigh to name nameH nameH nameH
H L Driver as watermastGr Mr Ral Raleigh Raleigh Raleigh ¬
eigh had already appointed L J Taufer Tauferto
to the position and intimated that Taufer Tauferwould Tauferwould Tauferwould
would be good enough Mr Black ap appeared appeared appeared ¬
peared to be Incensed because he had not notbeen notbeen notbeen
been consulted and mentioned that he was wasa
a member of the streets committee of the thecouncil thecunell thecuncil
council This did not appear to impress impressMr Impr8SsMr impressMr
Mr Raleigh so Mr Black added And AndIllfight AndIll Andill
Illfight Ill fIght you youOh youOh youOh
Oh very well replied Mr Raleigh RaleighWill Raleighum RaleighWill
Will there be anything else today todayMr todylYlr todayrrr
Mr Black left the office like a man manwho manWlO manwho
who WlO would never call again according to toan toan toan
an eye witness of hisdeparture hisdepartureA his departure departureA
0 0A
Itching Blind Bleeding or Protrud Protruding ProtrudIng ProtrudIng ¬
ing Piles Your druggist will refund refundmoney refundmoney refundmoney
money If PAZO P AZO OINTMENT fails to tocure toure tocure
cure ure you in six to fourteen days 60c 60cMINORITY 50cMINORITY 0c 0cMINORITY
House Democrats Will Introduce a aComprehensive aComprehensive aComprehensive
Comprehensive Measure at atTodays atTodays atTodays
Todays Session SessionWashington SessionWashington SessionWashington
Washington Jan 15 15The The Democratic Democraticmembers Democraticmembers Democraticmembers
members of the house committee on in interstate interstate interstate ¬
terstate and foreign r commerce have pre prepared prepared prepared ¬
pared a railroad rate bill which will be beintroduced beintroduced beintroduced
introduced tomorrow The bill Is a com comprehensive comprehensive cornprehensive ¬
prehensive measure measuredeallng dealing with all of ofthe ofthe I Ithe
the questions involved in the subjects subjectsIts I IIts
Its essential difference from what is un understood understood ¬ I Iderstood
derstood to be the majority measure the thebill thebllI thebill
bill of Mr Hepburn of Iowa is that in instead instead Instead ¬
stead of using the Interstate commerce commercecommission commercecommission commercecommission
commission to fix a maximum rate rateIn rateIn It Itin
In accordance with the specific spe itic recom recommendation recommendation recommendatlon ¬
mendation of President Roosevelt the therate therate therate
rate to be fixed shall be a reasonable reasonableone
one It forbids the commission increas increasing increasing increasIng ¬
ing any rate whloh has been fixed and andpublished andpubUshea andpublished
published as such by any railroad railroadIt rallroaIt
It authorizes the rate fixed by the com commission commission cornmission ¬
mission to be reviewed by the courts only onlywhen onlywhen onlywhen
when It Is shown that such rate does not notenable notenable notenable
enable the carrier to realize a fair profit profiton
on the capital actually invested in the theroad theroad theroad
road or where the commission has ex exceeded exceeded cxceeded ¬
ceeded its power fixing the rate making makingIt
It confiscatory confiscatoryThe
The rate when fixed by the commis commission commission commisslon ¬
sion is to become operative within thirty thirtydays thirtydays thirtydays
days and is not Oto to be set aside except exceptby exceptby exceptby
by order of the court of final resort The Thebill Theb111 Thebill
bill makes no changes either In salary salaryor
or In the number of the commission as asnow asnow asnow
now constituted constitutedUnion constitutedUnion constitutedUnion
Union Dental Co Co2lS
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Honest Prices PricesPainless PricesPainless PricesPainless
Painless Extraction of Teeth or No NoPay NoPay NoPay
Pay All Work Positively Guaranteed GuaranteedPhones GuaranteedPhones GuaranteedPhones
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A Chinese commission consisting of offifty offifty
fifty fItt members will arrive in Salt Lake Laketoday Laketoday Laketoday I
today on its way to Washington D DC DC DC
C to confer with the government re regarding regarding regarding ¬
garding the exclusion act the boycott boycottof
of American goods and other concessions concessionsidentified concessIonsidentified concessIoflidentified
identified with the United States tates in interests interests interests ¬
terests in the Orient The distinguished distinguishedOrientals distinguishedOrlentals distinguishedO
Orientals O ± ientals will remain in Salt Lake du during during during ¬
ring the day da looking around the city cityTh cit citT cityTh
Th T commission will wlUprobsbl probably go east easttonight easttonight easttonight
tonight over the Union Pacific PacificThrough PacificThrough PacificThrough
Through the Chinese paper published publishedin
in San Francisco some of the leading leadingChinamen leadingChinamen leadingChinamon
Chinamen here knew of their going to toWashington toWashington toWashington
Washington but knew none of the per personals personals personals ¬
sonals pf the commission Several of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the Celestlals will go o to the depot to today today today ¬
day to see their countrymen and per perhaps perhaps perhaps ¬
haps accompany them on their sight sightseeing sightseeIng sightseeing ¬
seeing trip about the Olty
Dr Ond Sing Show of the Chinese Chinesehospital Chine Chinehospital Chinesehospital
hospital of San Francisco is now In InSalt inSalt InSalt
Salt Lake He was called to Idaho Idahoabout Idahoabout Idahoabout
about three weeks ago to attend to th thcase the thecase thecase
case of a Chirfese merchant at Mont Montpelier Montpeller ont ontpelier
pelier He is here visiting with his hiscousin hiscousin hiscousin
cousin Ong Sing who runs a Chinese Chinesestore Chln Chlnstore Chinesestore
store at 5216 Plum alley alIe Dr Ond SI SIShow Sln SlnShow SlShow
Show will join the commission in the thesight thesIght thesight
sight seeing trip > He will leave for forSan f forSan r rSan
San Francisco tomorrow tomorrowAPPOINTMENT tomorrowAPPOINTMENT tomorrowAPPOINTMENT
Washington Jan 15 15J J C Napier the thenegro thenegro thenegro
negro lawyer and banker of Nashville Nashvillewho NashvlIIwho Nashvillewho
who was recently offered the position positionUnited d dUnited aC aCUnited
United States consul at Bahia Brazil Brazilcalled Brazilcsl1ed Brazilcalled
called on the th president toil tat y and thanked thankedhim thankedhim thankedhim
him for the proposed appointment but butdeclined butdeclined butdeclined
declined It
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jr ci day If you turn In your bills blUswe billst
t I we will get you some mone money moneyDont r rDont
Dont walt for our agents to call callor callb
b or for anything else but do it itnow itr
r j cf now nowSoientifio C Cr1erchnts
r1erchnts otectvc ASSQCitn ASSQCitnSoientifio
Soientifio Collectors of Bad Debts DebtsFifth DebtsFifth
Fifth Floor Commercial Nat Bank Bldg Salt Lake City Utah UtaFrancis UtahFrancis
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factured ff t req n Louisville Ky known as asParacamph asParacamphFirst asParaeamph
Paracamph ParacamphFirst First Aid to th t Injured Injuredwhich Injuredwhich Injuredwhich
which has proven an absolute preven preventive preventive preventive ¬
tive of blood poisoning if applied Im Immediately immediBtely immediately ¬
mediately after receiving any kind of ofwound ofwound ofwound
wound Paracamph is iI ft combination combinationof
of rare cooling soothing balmy oils oilsand oilsand oilsand
and camphor and owing owi g to toits its it re remarkable remarkable remarkable ¬
markable quick relieving and ndhealing healing healingpowers healingpowers < Of Ofpowers
powers is highly endorsed by the thei themedical themelical
i medical profession hospitals and by b balL f Iall
I all public institutions where here a grea greamany greaJ greaJmany greamany <
many people are employed emplo ed Paracamphcontains Paracamph Pmcamphcontains Paracamphcontains
contains neither opium morphine nor norcocaine norcocaine norcocaine
cocaine Hence it is a safe clean cleanpure cleanpure cleanpure
pure remedy which should be kept In Inevery inevery Inevery
every household to be be1lS used d in ease of ofemergencies otemergencies ofemergencies
emergencies Mothers will find it far farsuperior farsuperior farsuperior
superior to witch hazel arnica vase vaseline vueUne vaseline ¬
line old salves or liniments because becausewhen becausewhen becausewhen
when applied it goes straight to the theinterior theInteri theinterior
interior Interi Jr cells soothing the aches and andpains andpains andpains
pains nourishing the nerves oiling oilingthe oilingthe oilingthe
the muscles drawing out the fever feverand feverand feverand
and inflammation by Inducing perspira perspiration perspiration perspiration ¬
tion It is the most Derfect external externalapplication pxternalapplication externalapplication
application that th t has been offered to the thepublic thepublic thepublic
public and the discoverer is to be con congratulated congratulated congratulated ¬
gratulated for bestowing upon the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American people such a l useful and andmeritorious andmeritorIous andmeritorious
meritorious product We learn from frommany trommany frommany
many sources that Paracamph is un unequaled unequaJed Unequaled
equaled for the cure of Neuralgia NeuralgiaRheumatic NeuralgiaRheumatic NeuralgiaRheumatic
Rheumatic Swellings and Ild Inflamma Inflammations Inflammations Inflamrnations ¬
tions The manufacturers guarantee guaranteeevery guaranteeevery guaranteeevery
every bottle to give satisfaction satisfactlonso so no nochances nrchances nuchances
chances are taken by trying Para Paracamph Paracamph Paracamph ¬
camph It is sold only in 25c 50c and
4100 100 bottles by all good druggists or orsent orsent r rsent
sent direct upon receipt of price priceManufactured priceManufactured F FManufactured
Manufactured only by The Paracamph ParacamphCompany ParacamphCompany ParacampliCompany
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per annum paid on Deposits Depositslarge Deposttslarge Depoeltslarge
large or small You will find it itsafe Itsafe itsafe
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