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I 8 THE SALT SALTLAKE LAKE HERALD FRIDAY JANTJAKY J l ARY 19 1906 l
WELBY TO BUilD BUilDI BUILDWESTERNPACIFIC
WESTERNPACIFIC WESTERNPACIFICbelieved WfSTERN PACIFIC PACIFICelieved
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Believed elieved That He Will Be Made Gen General General General ¬
eral Superintendent of ofNew ofNew ofNew
New Road RoadTO
TO 0 HOLD PRESENT PLACE PLACEWILL PLACEWILL PLACEWILL
WILL BE RELIEVED HOWEVER HOWEVEROF
OF MUCH DETAIL WORK WORKThat WORKThat WORKThat
That General Superintendent A E EWelby EWelby EWelby
Welby of the Rio Grande Western will willibe w111ibe willbe
ibe made general superintendent of the theWestern thePaclti theWestern
Western Pacific and placed in charge chargeof
of the construction work of the new newroad newI newread
I road r ad is the opinion which prevails In InJtio inRio
1 Rio Grande circles although no offi official offilcfal ¬
cial 1 i 1i announcement has been made tothat to toThat tothat
That effect Such Is believed to be the thesignificance thesignificance thesignificance
significance of the creation of the new newoffice newmce newroffice
office mce of superintendent of the Rio RioiGrande RioGraoo RioGrande
Grande Western to which F S Elliott Elliottliaa EUiotthaa
F F11as liaa been appointed appointedAlready appointedAlready appointedAlready
Already Mr Welby has had consider consideri
I i considerable table to do with Western Pacific mat mattors matt
t tors Even now he is in San Francisco Franciscodnd Fr8J1C Franciscodnd sco
l dnd nd there is reliable authority for say sayllriff sayrngo saying
rngo llriff that his mission there has to do doswlth doW1th dow4th
swlth the controversy between the thef theliSouthern theouthern
f liSouthern Southern Pacific and the Western Pa Paclflc PaI Paflc
I clflc flc over terminal matters With himds him himMs himrts
Ms rts Waldemar Van Cott one of o the Salt SaltS SaltLake SaltJake
mac S Lake ake counsel for the Gould Interests InterestsThy Interestshey interestsThey
Thy hey will return SundayWhy Sunday SundayWhy SundayWhy
Why New Job Was Created CreatedIt
It is said that the position to which whichMr whichtM which1tir
Mr r Elliott was appointed was madet made madefjnecesary madenece868ry
t tM necessary by the constantly Increasing Increasingdemands Increasingdemands increasingdemands
demands of the Western f Pacific upon uponjr uponftfr uponr
ftfr jr r Welbys time Mr Welby will still stillremain stmiromaln stillroman
iromaln remain as general superintendent ofthe of ofthe offlthe
flthe I the Rio Grande Western but according accordingto
to appearances he is to be relieved of oftimany ofmany ofrmany
many of the details of that work incorder in inI Inorder
I corder order that he may devote more time to tof toVeBtern
f Western Pacific operations operationsNext operatlonsext operationsNext
Next ext summer according to present presentindications presentindications presentindications
indications will witness a great deal of ofconstruction ofconstruction oft
t construction on the Western Pacific Pacificthough Pacificthough Pacificthough
though those in a position to know sayIt say sayIt sayI
I It will probably be three years before beforepassenger beforejRSsenger beforepassenger
passenger trains are running on the theroad theI theroad
road roadF r 1d 1dF
I F S Elliott the new superintendent superintendentof
of the Rio Grande Western left yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday on a special train for a tour of ofinspection ofinspection ofinspection
inspection of the entire road between betweenSalt ootweena1t betweensalt
Salt a1t Lake and Grand Junction Colo ColoJn ColoIn ColoIn
In the morning he made a trip to Og Ogden Ogden Ogden
den and In the afternoon accompanied accompaniedby
by Master Mechanic William Donald Donaldhe
he h departed for Grand Junction Heintended He Heintended HeIntended
intended stopping at Bnigham on the theway theWay theway
way
I Was Here Ten Days Ago AgoIt
It developed yesterday that Mr lr El Elliott Elliott Elliott ¬
liott was 1iS in Salt alt Lake about ab < mt ten daysago days daysaxo daysa
ago a o conferring with Mr Welby lelby None Noneof Noneof Noneof
of the other local officials of the road roadknew roadknew roadknew
knew at the time that he was here and andhis andhIs andhis
his appointment came as a complete completesurprise completesurprise completesurprise
surprise to themi them themMr themMr
i Mr Elliott did not even wait yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day to be introduced to the other offi officlals offiIals officials
clals Ials of the road before starting out on onh onhs onh
h hs s tour of inspection inspectionIS
IS CHASING BANCROFT BANCROFTBen
Ben Campbell Pursuing Short Line LineOfficial LineOfficial LineOfficial
Official to Mexico MexicoSpecial MexicoSpecial MexicoSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldLos HeraldLos HeraldJos
Los Angeles Cal Jan lSGeneral 18GeneralManager 18 General GeneralManager
Manager 11 J1ag r W H Bancroft of the Oregoit Ore Oregoiz Orea
a goiz Short Line has gone to Mexico Mexicoand Mexicond Mexicoand
and nd Ben Campbell fourth vice presi president president president ¬
dent of the Great Northern railroad Is Ischasing ishas isehasitig
chasing has ilgi him on a special train which whichis
is due to arrive arri e here from Salt Lake Lakein Lakein Lakein
in the morningNothing morning morning1Nothing morningothing
Nothing is known here as to what the theHill theHill theHill
Hill representative wants to conferwith confer conferwith conferwith
with the Harriman official about but butthe butthe butthe
the belief Uef prevails in railroad r i1road circles circlesthat circlesthat I
I that rt hat Mr Bancroft for some reason reasondoesnt reasonoesnt reasondoesnt
doesnt oesnt want to meet Mr olr Campbell CampbellSalt Campbe11Salt CampbellSalt
Salt Lake railroad men also think thinkjfthat thinkthat
I jfthat that Mr 1r Bancroft is anxious to avoid avoidmeeting avoidmeeting avoidmeeting
meeting Mr Campbell Mr r Campbell Campbelli Campbellarrived Campbellarrived
i arrived here Wednesday for the pur purjhe purose purpose
pose > ose of seeing Mr Bancroft and when whenhe
jhe I he learned 1e ed that the latter was in Los Lost LosAngeles LosAngeles
t Angeles announced his intention of off off offollowing
f f following him himFrom himFrom himFrom
I
From an authoritative source it isIknotvn is isJlknown isfknown
Jlknown that when Mr Campbell arrived arrivedin
f in Salt Lake local Harriman officials officialswho officIalsmoho
who wired Ired Mr Bancroft of his presence presencefliere presencet presencethere
there t ere were instructed to keep Mr Ban Bankcroft Bancrott Bancroft
croft Informed of his movements Whent When Whenjrhe Whenbe
jrhe t be learned that Mr Campbell intended intendedfollowing intendedfoI101ng intendedfollowing
following him to Los Angeles it Is sup supciposed supjPOsed supposed
jPOsed posed that he started on his long con contemplated contemplated contemplated ¬
templated vacation trip to Mexico Mexicowhich Mexicotvhlch Mexicowhich
tvhlch which was his destination when he left lefthere lefthere
here several days ago agoThe agoThe agoThe
The supposition here is that MrCampbell Mr MrCampbell 1IrCampbell
Campbell wants to confer about the thestruggle thefrtruggle thestruggle
struggle between the Harriman and andHill andHtll andHill
Hill Interests for right of way alongthe along alongthe alongthe
the Columbia river in Oregon Or sron and andA andA andA
A GOOD THING THINGWhen THINGWhen THINGWhen
When It Comes Along Dont Let It ItGet ItGet ItGet
Get Away From You YouI
I really feel that It is hardly pos possfble posible possible
sfble ible to say too much in favor of ofGrapeNuts ofGrapeNuts ofGrapeNuts
GrapeNuts as a health food writes writesa
a Chicago woman womanFor womanFor womanFor
For 9 or 10 years I had suffered sufferedfrom sufferedfrom sufferedfrom
from indigestion and chronic constipation consti constipation constipat1on ¬
pation caused by the continued use of ofcoffee ofcoffee ofcoffee
coffee and rich heavy greasy foods foodsMy foodsMy foodsMy
My ailments made my life so wretched wretchedthat wretchedthat
that I was eager to try anything that thatheld thatheld thatheld I
held out a promise of help And that thatis thatIs thatis
is how I happened to buy bu r a package packageof
of Grapenuts food last spring springThat springThat springThat
That ended my experiments For Forin Forin Forin
in GrapeNuts I found exactly what I Iwanted Iwanted Iwanted
wanted and needed From the day I Ibegan Ibegan Ibegan
began to use it I noticed an improve improvement improvement improveireist ¬
ment and in a very few weeks I found foundmy foundmy foundmy
my health completely restored My Iy di digestive diestive ¬
1 gestive estive apparatus now works perfectly perfectlyand perect1rand perfectlyand
and my chronic constipation has beenentirely been beenentirely beenentirely
entirely relieved I have gained In Inweight inweight inweight
weight materially and life is a very verypleasant verypleasant ery erypleasant
I pleasant thing to me so long as I use useGrapeNuts useGrapeNuts
GrapeNuts Grape Grapehave Nuts once or twice a day I Ihave Ihave
have found by experiment that If I Ileave Ilea Ileave
leave lea ve it off for a few days my health healthsuffers healthsuffers healthsuffers
suffers suffersA
A physician phsici n in our ur town has greatsuccess great greatsuccess great5UC
success 5UC SS in treating stomach troublesandthe troubles troublesandthe troublesand
andthe and t1Je secret s cret of it is that he compels compelshis compelshiS compelss
his patients atlents s to use GrapeNuts food foodit foodit
it always brings rings back the power of ofdigestion ofcligestfon ofdigestion
digestion Name Narne given by Postum PostumCo
Co Battle Creek Mich MichTheres MichTheres MichTheres
Theres a reason r son Read the little littlebook littlebook littlebook
book The Road to Wellville in inpkgs Inpkgs inpkgs
pkgs pkgsN
N B BAgreeable Agreeable to promise we state statethat statethat statethat
that the hand shown in the themagazinoo themagazinoobelongs magazines magazinesbelongs magazinesbelongs
belongs to Mr and Mrs C W Post
1
Washington For some some reason it is be believed believed believed ¬
lieved tho Harriman people are un unwilling unwilling unwilling ¬
willing to confer conferAMERICA conferAM conferAMERICA
AMERICA AM ERICA LEADS WORLDUnited WORLD WORLDUnited WORLDUnited
United States In Van In Railroad Railroadv RailroadBuilding RailroadBuilding RailroadBuilding
v
Building and Development DevelopmentWashington DevelopmentWashington DevelopmentWashington
Washington Jan 18 lBThe The UnitedStates United UnitedStates UnitedStatos
States leads the world bothin both In the pres presont vresont presont
ont mileage and the recent growth of ofits ofits ofits
its railways This Is shown In a re report report report ¬
port on the transportation routes and andsystems Bndsystems andsystems
systems of the world Issued by thebureau the theburoau theburoau
buroau of statistics of the department departmentof
of commerce and labor It points out outthat outthat outthat
that of the total railway mileage of the theworld theworld theworld
world aggregating In 1904 543000 miles milesthere mitasthere milesthere
there were 211074 miles in the United UnitedStates UnitedStates tt1tedStates
States 3383 miles In European Rus Russia Russia Ruesia ¬
sia 32967 miles in Germany 28102 In InFrance 1nFrance inFrance
France 26950 in India 24120 in Aus AustriaHungary AmtriaHungary AustriaHungary ¬
triaHungary 22634 in the United UnitedKingdom UnitedKingdom UnitedKingdom
Kingdom 19611 in Canada 15560 15 60 in inAfrica inAfrica inAfrica
Africa 14113 In Australia 11559 in inArgentina inArgentina inArgentina
Argentina 10366 in Mexico 9961 In InItaly inItaly inItaly
Italy 9368 in Brazil 7697 In Sweden
7322 in Siberia Manchuria and the other oth other other ¬
er former Asiatic possessions of Rus Russia Russia Russia ¬
sia 4495 in Japan and 1176 In China ChinaThe Chinarl ChinaTIe
The rl e growth of the railways In the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States have been rapid begin beginning beginning beginning ¬
ning 1835 with 1000 miles the number numbersteadily numbersteadfly numbersteadily
steadily grew and In the decade 1865
1875 it doubled and then rapidly came cameup carneup cameup
up to the present number which repre represents represents represents ¬
sents an outlay of eleven and two twothirds twothirds twothirds
thirds billions of dollars out of an ag aggregate aggregate aggregate ¬
gregate cost of 37000000000 for the entire en entire entire ¬
tire worldThe world worldThe worldTbe
The total tonnage of vessels flyingthe flying flyingthe flyingthe
the American flag tla Increased from 5
212001 tons in 1855 to 6456543 tons in
1905 This increase Is due to the in increase Increase increase ¬
crease in the tonnage of vessels engaged en engaged engaged ¬
gaged in the coastwise trade tradeThe tradeThe tradeThe
The tonnage tonna e of vessels engaged engs In the theforeign theforeign theforeign
foreign trade fell from 2348358 In 1855to 1855 1855to 1855to
to 943750 t tons > ns in 1905 1905Freight 1905Freight 1905Freight
Freight rates on both land and seahave sea seahave leahave
have decreased The rate per bushel bushelof
of wheat from New York to Liverpool Liverpoolwas
was I8s about 10 cents In 1873 and about
1 cent in 1905 1905The 1905The 1905The
The amount of passengers and freight freighttransported freighttransported freighttransported
transported has increased considerablyDuring considerably considerablyDuring considerablyDuring
During the last year the railwaystransported railways railwaystransported railwaystransported
transported 719654951 passengers and
1300000000 tons of freight In 1885 the thenumber th thnumber thenumber
number of passengers carried was 351
427688 and freight 437000000 tons The Theinfluence Theinfluence Theinfluence
influence and the improvement of ofmeans ofmeans ofmeans
means of transportation on land andsea and andsea andsea
sea has on the trade a world is dis discussed discussed discussed ¬
cussed
BUILD TO SHOSHONE SHOSHONEAmended SHOSHONEAmended SHOSHONEAmended
Amended Plans of the Burlington BurlingtonRoad BurlingtonRoad n nRoad
Road In Wyoming WyomingCheyenne WyomingCheyenne WyomingCheyenne
Cheyenne Wyo Jan 18 lSAmended lSAmendedarticles 18Amendedarticles Amended Amendedarticles
articles of incorporation of the Big BigHorn BigHorn BigHorn
Horn railroad an adjunct of the Bur Burlington Burling Burlington ¬
lington ling < < m system were filed in the office officeof
of the clerk of Laramie county today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The amended articles state that theroad the theroad theroad
road shall have power in addition to toits toits toits
its other projects to extend its line linewhich linewhich linewhich
which now is being built from Cody CodyWyo CodyWyo CodyWyo
Wyo to Warland In Big Horn coun county county county ¬
ty south of the Big Horn river at atits atits atits
its junction with Muskrat creek which whichwill whichwUl whichwill
will bring the road into the Shoshone Shoshonereservation Shoshonereservation Shoshonereservation
reservation close to the town of Sho Shoshone Shoshone Shoshone ¬
shone established by the Northwest Northwestern ¬
ern railway railwayThe railwayThe railwayThe
The articles further state that the theroad theroad theroad
road will run in a southeasterly direc direction direction direction ¬
tion to the Colorado state line where whereit
it is believed that connection will be bemade bemade bemade
made with the Saratoga and Encamp Encampment Encampment Encampment ¬
ment road which is being built now nowsouth nowsouth nowsouth
south from the Union Pacific line at atWalcott atWalcott atWalcott
Walcott WalcottSPECIAL WalcottSPECIAL WalcottSPECIAL
SPECIAL RATES FOR ELKS ELKSShort ELKSShort ELKSShort
Short Line and Rio Grande Will As Assist Assist Assist ¬
sist Excursion ExcursionThe
The Oregon Short Line and the Rio RioGrande RioGrande RioGrande
Grande Western will sell tickets fromall from fromall fromaU
all points on their lines to Salt Lake Lakeand Lakeand Lakeand
and return good for thirty days for forhalf forhalf forhalf
half the roundtrip fare These tick tickets tickets tickets ¬
ets will be placed on sale Feb 9 and andwill andwill andwill
will permitElks permit Elks from points on the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two lines who wish to accompany the theexcursion theexcursion theexcursion
excursion of the Salt Lake Elks to Los LosAngeles LosAngeles LosAngeles
Angeles to make the trip to and from fromSalt fromSaIt fromSalt
Salt Lake at reduced rates ratesThe ratesThe ratesThe
The Elks excursion will leave for forLos forLos forLos
Los Angeles over the Salt Lake Lal e road roadthe roadthe roadthe
the night of Feb 10 From present presentindications presentindicatIons presentindications
indications particularly since the otherroads other otherroads otherroads
roads have joined in to make it a asuccess asuccess asuccess
success it will be a big excursion excursionNEW excursionNEW excursionNEW
NEW DEPOT AT LOS ANGELESSouthern AN ANGELES ANGELESSouthern < 3ELES 3ELESSouthern
Southern Pacific Will Spend 500
000 for Union StationLos Station StationLos StationLos
Los Angeles Cal Jan 18 1S0n On thepresent the thepresent thepresent
present site of the Arcade station stationwithin stationwithin stationwithin
within thirty days the Southern Pa Pacific Pacific Pacific ¬
cific will begin building a new 500000union 500000 500000union 500000union
union passenger passen r depot The building buildingwill buildingwill buildingwill
will be In the mission style of archi architecture architecture architecture ¬
tecture and will be it is said the thefinest thefinest thefinest
finest statio i on the system It is isexpected isexpected isexpected
expected that the Salt Lake railroad railroadwill railroadwill railroadwill
will also use the new stationRailroad station stationRailroad stationRailroad
Railroad Notes NotesWilliam NotesWilliam NotesWilliam
William Darke traveling freight freightagent freightagent freightagent
agent of the Burlington has gone to toBoise toBoise toBoise
Boise on business businessC
C A Walker local representative representativeof
of the Northwestern was in Mercur Mercuron
on business yesterday yesterdayGeneral yesterdayGeneral yesterdayGeneral
General Superintendent E Buckingham Bucking Buckingham Buckingham ¬
ham of the Oregon Short Line has re returned returned returned ¬
turned from a trip of inspectionLeon inspection inspectionLeon inspectionLeon
Leon Engstrom traveling freightagent freight freightagent freightllgent
agent of the Pennsylvania lines atDenver at atDenver atDenver
Denver was in Salt Lake yesterday yesterdayDistrict yesterdayDistrict resterdayDistrict
District Passenger Agent E Drake Drakeof Drakeof
of the Rock Island and Frank Vin Vincent Vincent Vincent ¬
cent of the Erie Dispatch are in Ida Idaho Idaho Idaho ¬
ho hoThe
The Oregon Short Line is clearing clearingground clearingground clearingground
ground for the new freight depot depotwhich depotwhich depotwhich
which it will erect in Salt Lake nestspring next nextspring nextSDring
spring springThe SDringThe springThe
The Utah Construction company has hasordered hasordered hasordered
ordered eightyeight carloads of grad grading grading grading ¬
ing machinery for construction work workon Workon
on the Western V estern Pacific PacificA
A copy of the articles of incorporation incorpora incorporation incorporation ¬
tion of the Railway Employees Protective Pro Protective Protective ¬
tective society of San Francisco an aninsurance aninsurance aninsurance
insurance organization for railroad railroadmen raUroadmen railroadmen
men was filed In the office of thesecretary the thesecretary thesecretary
secretary of state yesterday Horatio HoratioSelfridge HoratioSelfridge HoratioSelfridge
Selfridge is named as agent for UtahMETEOROLOGICAL Utah UtahMETEOROLOGICAL Utahc UtahMETEOROLOGICAL
c
METEOROLOGICAL REPORT REPORTMaximum REPORTMaxImum REPORTMaximum
Maximum temperature 49 degrees minimum min minimum minImum ¬
imum temperature A 4 degrees mean tem temperature temperature temperature ¬
perature 42 degrees which Is 15 degrees degreesabove degreesabove degreesabove
above the normal Accumulated excess of oftemperature oftemperature oftemperature
temperature since the first of the month
50 degrees Accumulated excess of tem temperature temperature temperature ¬
perature since Jan 1 50 degrees Totalprecipitation Total Totalprecipitation Totalprecipitation
precipitation from 6 p m to 6 p m 01Inch 01 01inch 01inch
inch Accumulated deficiency of precipi precipitation precIpltatfon precipitation ¬
tation since the first of the month 041 041Inch 41 41inch 41Inch
inch Accumulated deficiency of precipi precipitation precipItation precipitation ¬
tation since Jan 1 041 41 inches inchesSIX inchese inchesSIX
11 e
SIX JEWS EXECUTED EXECUTEDWarsaw EXECUTEDWarsaw
Warsaw Russian Poland Jan IS ISSix ISSixJws ISSixJews Six SixJews
Jews members of the local anarchists anarchistscommittee anarchistscommittee
committee who were tried by courtmar courtmartlal courtmartial
tlal and condemned to death were weremc ece ececuted exe executed ¬
cuted today in the court yard of theWarsaw the theWarsaw thewarsaw
Warsaw citadel citadel They were arrested a afortnight afortnight afortnight
fortnight ago ago charged with engaging in inthe mthe inthe
the revolutionary propaganda manufac manufacturing manutaturing manufacturing < ¬
turing bombs and extorting money
HAMILTON WAS WASA WASTRIFLE
A TRIFLE ANGRY ANGRYOhairman
Chairman of the House Committee on onTerritories onTemtorles onTerritories
Territories Changed Front on onthe onthe onthe
the Statehood QuestionTAUNTED Question QuestionTAUNTED QuestionTAUNTED
TAUNTED WITH THE FACT FACTARIZONA FACTARIZONA FACTARIZONA
ARIZONA MEN SHOW SIGNS SIGN OF OFDISGUST OFDISGUST OFDISGUST
DISGUST DISGUSTWashington DISGUSTWashIngton DISGUSTWashington
Washington Jan 18 lBThere There was an another another another ¬
other stormy meeting of the house committee com committee committee ¬
mittee on territories t today toda Chairman ChairmanHamilton ChairmanHamilton ChairmanHamilton
Hamilton and Representative Lloyd Lloydhaving Lloydhaving Lloydhaving
having an angry exchange of words wordsover wordsyer wordsover
over over yer Mr Hamiltons former position positionon
on statehood Former Governor Gov rnor Mur Murphy 1lurphy Murphy ¬
phy of Arizona declared It was useless uselessto
to appear before the committee as the theverdict theverdict theverdict
verdict was as signed and sealed seal < against againstthem againstthem againstthem
them He denounced as false the th charge chargeof
of corruption made against the Arizona Arizonamen ArIzona ArIzonamen Arizonamen
men who oppose Joint statehood statehoodLloyd statehoodLloyd statehoodLloyd
Lloyd Was SarcasticMembers Sarcastic SarcasticMembers SarcasticMembers
Members of the AntiJoint Statehood Statehoodleague Statehoodleague Statehoodleague
league of Arizona were again before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the committee but they played a less lessImportant lessln1 lessimportant
Important ln1 ortant part In the hearing than thanRepresentative thanRepresentative thanRepresentative
Representative Hamilton Rep of ofMichigan ofMichigan ofMichigan
Michigan ahd Representative Lloyd LloydDem LloydDem LloydDem
Dem of Missouri who had a tiltwhich tilt tiltwhich tiltwhich
which threatened to end In blows blowsMr blowsMr blowsMr
Mr Hamilton Hamllt n was asking a a questionshowing question questionshowing questionshowIng
showing his leaning toward Joint state statehood statehood statehood ¬
hood when Mr Lloyd remarked that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the change in the attitude of otlir Mr Ham Hamilton HamUton Hamilton ¬
ilton on statehood was most remark remarkable remarkable remarkable ¬
able ableMr
Mr Hamilton denied emphatically emphaticallythat emphaU emphaticallythat ally allythat
that hQ had changed front and Mr MrLloyd MrLloyd MrLloyd
Lloyd then said it was strange that the themember themember themember
member from Michigan had not joined joinedin
in a minority report against Individual Individualstatehood individualstatehood individualstatehood
statehood when the house committee on onterritories onterrltorjes onterritories
territories at a former session of congress con congress congress ¬
gress reported favorably on a measure measureto
to admit Arizona and NewMexico NewMexicoMr New Mexico Mexico1Ir MexicoMr
Mr Hamilton explained that he was wasin wasin as asin
in Michiganattending Michigan attending a convention atthe at atthe atthe
the time the committee took the action actionand actionand actionand
and consequently was wa In no way re responsible responsible responsible ¬
sponsible for it itMr itMr itMr
Mr Lloyd said he would accept the theapology theapology theapology
apology and the Michigan member angrily an angrily angrily ¬
grily declared he made no apology and andstarted andstarted andstarted
started from his chair He 1e suddenly suddenlyregained suddenlyregained suddenlyregained
regained his hi composure however and andthe andthe andthe
the hearing continuedArizona continued continuedArizona continuedArizona
Arizona Men IndignantDwight Indignant IndignantDwight IndignantDwlg1t
Dwight B Heard He rd former former orIper goyernor pf ofArizona pfArizonaf 9tArizona
Arizona was the first speaker He Heread Heread Heread
read from the report of yesterdays yesterdayshearing yesterdayshearing yesterdayshearing
hearing and said the Arizona delega delegation delegation delegation ¬
tion felt an explanation should be made madeby madeby madeby
by Representative Powers as his inti intimation intimation intimation ¬
mation that Arizonans were under cor corporation corporation corporation ¬
poration influence Mr Powers denied deniedthat deniedthat deniedthat
that he made any statement which whichcould whichcould whichcould
could be regarded as any such intimation inti intimation intimation ¬
mation mationN
N O Murphy former governor of ofArizona ofArizona ofArizona
Arizona made a heated speech de denouncing denouncing deflouncing ¬
nouncing the reports that railways andmining and andmining andmining
mining Interests were using corruptmethods corrupt corruptmethods corruptmethods
methods to defeat the Joint statehood statehoodbill
bill billI
HI I hereby denounce as false libelous libelousand libelousand libelousand
and slanderous sland rous any charge of corruption corrup corruption corruption ¬
tion regardless regar < less of where It comesfrom comes comesfrom comesfrom
from said Mr Murphy I feel it is isutterly Isutterly isutterly
utterly futile for us to appeal before beforethis beforethis beforethis
this committee and discuss our views viewson
on statehood The verdict is signed signedand signedand signedand
and sealed against us But I cannot refrain re refrain refrain ¬
frain from denouncing this charge ofcorruption of ofcorruption ofcorruption
corruption against our party It would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be just as fair to credit a report that thathands thathands thathands
hands are being put into ill to the government govern government government ¬
ment purse to take money for buildings buildingsto
to be used in passing the joint state statehood statehood statehood ¬
hood bill billOther bUlOther billOther
Other speakers from Arizona heard to today today today ¬
day In opposition to joint statehood gt tehood were wereDelegate wereDelegate wereDelegate
Delegate Smith B A Fowler W V S SSturpes SSturges SSturges
Sturges General A J Sampson Rev H HM HM HM
M Shie Shies s A J Chandler The hearing hearingof
of the Arizonans will be concluded to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow morrowRUSSIANS morrowRUSSIANS morrowRUSSIANS
RUSSIANS LOCKED HIM UP UPN UPGrandson UPGrandson UPGrandson
N
Grandson of William H English SympathizedToD Sym SympathizedToo Sympathized ¬
pathizedToo pathized Too Strongly With Withthe Withthe Withthe
the RedsNew Reds RedsNew RedsNew
New York Jan IS 18News News of the arrest arrestin arrestin arrestin
in St Petersburg of William EnglishWalling English EnglishWalling EnglishWaIlIng
Walling of Chicago was received here today to today today ¬
day Mr Walling went to St Petersburg Petersburgto
to study the social situation and was wasarrested wasarrested wasarrested
arrested because of his alleged sym sympathy sympathy sympathy ¬
pathy for and participation with the therevolutionary therevolutionanr therevolutionary
revolutionary party Mr Walling is interested in interested Interested ¬
terested in social settlement work in this thiscountry thiscountry thiscountry
countryWalling country countryWalling countryWaIlIng
Walling is a Harvard man and a grand grandson grandson grandson ¬
son of William H English who ran for forthe forthe forthe
the vice presidency on the Democratic Democraticticket Democraticticket Democraticticket
ticket In 1880 At one time Walling was wasstate wasstate wasstate
state factory inspector in Illinois and andlived andlived andlived
lived at the Landon near Hull House HouseChicago HouseChicago HouseChicago
Chicago Later he came to New York Yorkwhere Yorkwhere Yorkwhere
where he engaged in settlement work onthe on onthe onthe
the east side He left for Russia a fewmonths few fewmonths fewmonths
months ago and after his arrival there therehad therehad therehad
had a staff of revolutionary assistants assistantsHe
He worked in connection with the Russian Rus Russian Russian ¬
sian revolutionary r volutlonar r leaders and partici participated particIpated participated ¬
pated in their meetings meetingsIndianapolis meetingsIndianapolis meetingsIndianapolis
Indianapolis Jan 18 ISWilliam William English EnglishWalling EnglishWaIlIng EnglishWalling
Walling is a son of Dr Willoughby Wal Walling Walling Val ValUng ¬
ling formerly United States consul toEdinburgh to toEdinburgh toEdInburgh
Edinburgh Scotland who lives in Chi Chicago Chicago Chicago ¬
cago William English Walling the son sonInherited Honinherited soninherited
Inherited a considerable consi erable part of the vast vastestate vastestate vastestate
estate of his grandfather William H HEnglish HEnglish HEnglish
English of this city and has large prop property property property ¬
erty Interests here He visited his un uncle Uncle uncle ¬
cle Captain William E English here ashort a ashort ashort
short time before he left this countryfor country countryfor countrytor
for Russia last April Captain English Englishwho Englishwho Englishwho
who was w s informed by the Associated AssociatedPress AssociatedPress AssociatedPress
Press this afternoon of his nephews ar arrest arrest arrest ¬
rest said saidI
I was not surprised to hear of Eng Englishs Englishs Englishs ¬
lishs arrest as he is a devoted adherent adherentof apherentof a 1herentof
of the Socialistic principles Though cnly
28 years old he has led an active lifeA life lifeA HfeA
A graduate of the University of Chicago Chicagohe
he at once took up settlement work following fol following followIng ¬
lowing his graduation and is well known knownto
to the prominent labor leaders of the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country He went to Russia to study studythe studythe studythe
the labor conditions and do some lit literary llterary literary ¬
erary work in connection therewith forperiodicals for forperiodicals forperiodIcals
periodicals in this country countryOf
Of course the family will take steps stepsat stepsat stepsat
at once nce to protect the young mans In Interests interestl interests ¬
terests We are all very fond of him himpersonally himpersonaIIy himpersonally
personally but we do not sympathize sympathizewith sympathIzewith sympathizewith
with his Socialistic ideas ideasCaptain IdeasCaptaJn IdeasCaptain
Captain English said that he would at atonce atonce atonce
once telegraph to President Roosevelt RooseveltVice RooseveltVice RooseveltVice
Vice President Fairbanks and Senator SenatorBeveridge SenatorBeverIdge SenatorBeveridge
Beveridge asking them to see that MrWallings Mr MrWallingSx MrWaUlngs
WallingSx interests are properly pro protected protected pro protected ¬
tected tectedEXPERT tectedEXPERT tectedEXPERT
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EXPERT SEWINGMACHINE REPAIRS RE REPAIRS REI
I PAIRS PAIRSAlso PAIRSAlso PAIRSAlsoo
Also sewing machine oil of absolutepurity absolute absolutepurity absolutepurity
purity and the best needles arid d parts partsfor partsfor partsforr
for all machines at Singer stores Lookfor Lookfor Look Lookfor
for the red S 43 South Main streetSalt street streetSalt streetSaJt
Salt Lake City Utah
ViCiOUS RIOT RIOTTwenty AT HAIBORlTwenty HAMBURG HAMBURGTwenty
Twenty Policemen Wounded WoundedBarricades WoundedBarricades WoundedBarricades
Barricades Erected ErectedTrou ErectedTrouble Trou Trouble T rou rouble ¬
ble Lasted Till Midnight MidnightBerlin
Berlin Jan 18 18The The demonstrations at atHamburg atHamburg atHamburg
Hamburg yesterday afternoon against the theproposed theproposed theproposed
proposed new election law assumed a amore 0mora amore
more serious aspect last night than In Indicated Indicated indicated ¬
dicated In previous dispatches A barri barricade barricade barricade ¬
cade was erected in one of the streets streetsleading streetsleading streetsleading
leading to the fish market and the po poUoe polloe polioe
Uoe were firmly resisted until midnight midnightIn
In attempting to disperse the rioters riotersthe rIotersthe riotersthe
the latter opened fire with every kind kindof kindof kindof
of weapon Twenty policemen were werewounded werewounded werewounded
wounded one of whom has since died diedThe diedThe diedThe
The demonstrations are mainly organ organized organIzed organized ¬
ized by Socialists and are Intended as asa asa asa
a protest against the proposed election electionlaw electionJaw electionlaw
law which partly disfranchises the poor poorer poorer poorer ¬
er classes classesOver classesOver classesOver
Over twenty shops were plundered Thenumber The Thenumber Thenumber
number of rioters wounded Is not known knownbut knownbut knownbut
but more m re than a l dczen men were treated treatedat
at one drug store Some of these were wereseriously wereseriously wereseriously
seriously wounded A policeman broke brokethe brokethe brokethe
the skull of a 12yearold boy
Police headquarters today tOdnyordered ordered all alldrinking aUdrinking alldrinking
drinking places In the riot district to tobe tobe tobe
be closed at 6 oclock o clock In the evening the thehour thehour thehour
hour when the wharf and shipyard workmen work workmen workmen ¬
men return to work workThe workThe workThe
The workmen who took part In yesterdays yes yesterdays yesterdays ¬
terdays demonstrations were locked out outthis outthIs outthis
this morning Over 4000 lost their em employment employment employment ¬
ployment ploymentFifty ploymentFifty ploymentFifty
Fifty children have enrolled in the thenew thenew thenew
new classes in physical culture and oratory or oratory oratory ¬
atory in the Pierpont school s hool 612 Tem Templeton Templeton Templeton
pleton building A few more can beaccommodated be beaccommodated beaccommodated
accommodated In the Saturday classes classeswhich classeswhich classeswhich
which begin at 10 a m mWENT mr mWENT mWENT
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WENT OVER EMBANKMENT EMBANKMENTStage EMBANKMENTStage
Stage Found Bottom Side Up in RiverDriver River RiverDriver Riverriver
Driver river and Passengers Supposed Sup Supposed Supposed ¬
posed to Be DrownedMaysville Drowned DrownedMaysville DrownedlIaysville
Maysville Cal Jan 18 ISThe The La Porte Portestage Portestage Portestage
stage which left here early earl this morn morning mornIng morn morning ¬
ing was found at 7 oclock In Honcut Honcutcreek Roneutcreek Honcutcreek
creek twelve miles northeast of Marysville Marys Marysville 1arYBvlIle
ville bottom side up One of the horses horseshad horseshad I
had been drowned A search sear h failed to todiscover todfcover todiscover
discover the driver W T Rackerby orthe or orthe orthe
the one passenger passenger who was supposed to tobe tobe tobe
be aboard Both undoubtedly have beendrowned been beendrowned boondrowned
drowned The road where the accidentoccurred accident accidentoccurred a cident cidentoccurred
occurred runs on a grade from the north northend northend northend
end of the new steel bridge The recent recentstorm recentstorm recentstorm
storm hag caused a flood to cover cover the theroad theroad theroad
road and during the darkness the horses horsesprobably horsesprobabl horsesprobably
probably lost their footing In the deep deepwater deepwater deepwater
water carrying carr ing the stage off the em embankment emban embankment ¬
bankment ban ment The mails are believed to belost be belost belost
lost Rackerby Rnckerb was the son of Colonel ColonelWilliam ColonelWf11Iam ColonelWilliam
William Rackerby Ra kerb r of the town Of Rack Rackerby Rackerby Rackerby ¬
erby erbyEruptions
erbySCALY SCALY ECZEMA ECZEMAALL ECZEMAALL
ALL OVER BODY BODYEruptions BODYec
ec ecEruptions
Chest and andFace andFace
Eruptions Appeared on i iFace
Face and Neck Were All Broken BrokenOut BrokenOut BrokenOutScales
OutScales Out Scales and Crusts Formed FormedIowa FormedIowa FormedIowa
Iowa Lady Has Great Faith Faithin Faithin Faithin
in Cuticura Remedies for Skin SkinDiseases SkinDiseases SkinDiseases
Diseases DiseasesANOTHER DiseasesANOTHER
II IIANOTHER
ANOTHER WONDERFUL WONDERFULCURE WONDERFULCURE i iCU
CURE CU BY A Y CUTICURAI CUTICURA I
I had an eruption appear on my mychest mychest I Ichest
chest and body and extend upwards upwardsand Iand I Iand
and downwards so that my neck and andface andface I Iface
face were all broken out also my armsand arms armsand armsand
and the lower limbs as far as the knees kneesI
I at first thought it was prickly heat heatBut beatBut heatBut
But soon scales or crusts formed where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the breaking out was Instead of goingto going goingto
to a physician I purchased a complete completetreatment completetreatment completetreatment
treatment of the Cuticura ticura Remedies in inwhich inwhich in inwhich
which I had great faith and all was wassatisfactory wassatisfactory wassatisfactory
satisfactory A year or r two later theeruption the theeruption theeruption
eruption appeared again agam only a littlelowei little littlelower littleIowel
lower but before it had time to spread spreadI
I procuredanother supply of the Cuticura Cuti Cuticura Cuticum ¬
cura Remedies and continued their useuntil use useuntil useuntil
until the cure was complete It is now nowfive nowfive nowfive
five years since the last attack andhave and andhave andhave
have not seen any signs of a return I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have taken about three bottles of theCuticura the theCuticura theCuticura
Cuticura Resolvent and do not know knowhow knowhow knowhow
how much of the Soap or Ointment as asI asI asI
I always keep them with me probably probablyone
one half dozen of each eachI
Ie I decided to give the Cuticura Remedies Rem Remedies Remedies ¬
edies a trial after I had seen the results resultsof
of their treatment of eczema on ori aninfant an aninfant aninfant
infant belonging to one of our neighbors neigh neighbors neighbors ¬
bors The parent took the child to the thenearest thenearest thenearest
nearest physician but his treatment did didno didno didno
no good So they procured the Cuticura CuticuraRemedies CuticuraRemedies CuticuraRemedies
Remedies and cured her with them themWhen themWhen
When hen they began using Cuticura Rem Remedies Remedies Remedies ¬ I
edies her face was terribly disfigured disfiguredwith disfiguredwith disfiguredwith
with sores but she was entirely cured curedfor curedfor curedfor
for I saw the same child at the age of offive offive offive
five years and her mother told me the theeczema theeczema theeczema
eczema had never broken out since since I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have more faith in Cuticura Remedies Remediesfor
for skin diseases than anything I knowof know knowof
of I am respectfully yours Emma mma E EWilson ETilson EWilson I
Wilson Liscomb Iowa Oct 1 1900Complete 1905 1905Complete 1905Complete
Complete External and nd Intern Internal Treatment for Every EveryHumor EveryHumor very veryHumor
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good results obtained by the use or orTRIE ofTRIG l lTRIB
TRIG as a cures r for the thelIquor liquor ahd andtobacco ahdtobacco ahdtobacco
tobacco habits and we can heartily heartilyrecommend h heartilyrecommend artlly artllyrecommend
recommend it to anyone in need needSigned needSIgnedJudge needSignedJudgeSamurl
Signed SIgnedJudge SignedJudgeSamurl JudgeSamuel S tt1l1eJ White WhJ Wilitj Judge Judgeof J dge dgeof
of the Eighth Judicial JudIclalDisffIet District of the theState theState theState
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Pastor of the Roman Catholic Cath 11c
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est Living Chaplain of the Grant GrantLodge Gr GrandLodge 11d
Lodge of the Masonic Order of theWorld the theWorld theWorld
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terian Church R D Carter Mayor M y r
W H Kilburn Chief of Police Poll e S L LBaer LBaer LBaer
Baer Vice President Citizens Nation National ¬
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