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Council Spends Four Hours Over Re Hequest Request Request
quest of Western Pacific and andBio andRio andRio
During four busy hours the city citycouncil cityouncn citYouncl1
council wrestled last night with the theapplications theappUcations theBppllcaUons
applications for franchises for the theVVestern theVestern theVestern
Vestern Pacific and the Rio Grande GrandeWestern GrandeWestern GrandeWestern
Western and the protests thereto At Atthe Atthe Atthe
the end ofthat of that time an adjournment adjournmentwas
was taken until 2 oclock oclo k tomorrow af afternoon afternoon afternoori ¬
ternoon when the franchises will be betnade betnade betnade
tnade the subject of a special ses session sesIon sesBlon ¬
sion Ion of the council councilAfter councilAfter councilAfter
After listening to representatives of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the protestants and to Attorney Wal Walflemar WalBemar Walernar
flemar ernar VanCott representing the rail railtoads railroads railoads
toads the council went into execu executive executive executive ¬
tive session to consider amendments amendmentsto
to the ordinances The executive ses session session seszion ¬
sion lasted until almost 1130 oclock oclockfcnd oclockand oclocknd
and nd several sev ral important changes were wereagreed wereLgreed wereagreed
agreed upon Other proposed amend amendfcnents amendlents amendnents
fcnents lents will probably be opposed on the theBoor thefloor theIoor
Boor of the council tomorrow tomorrowArgument tomorrowArgument tomorrowt
t Argument for Protestants ProtestantsAttorney ProtestantsAttorney ProtestantsAttorney
Attorney C I L Olson representing representingthe
the protestants protestantsmadean made an extended ar argument argument argument ¬
gument against granting grantingthe the WesternPacific Western WesternPacific WesternEaciflc
Pacific franchise without requiring the thecompany thecompany thecompany
company to purchase pur hase the strip of ofproperty ofproperty ofproper
property proper along the north sides of ofblocks ofblocks ofblocks
blocks 50 51 and 52 2 through which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the company has purchased a right rightof rightof rightof
of way about 160 feet in width Mr MrOlson MrOlson MrOlson
Olson represented that the petitioners petitionersdid
did not protect prot t in a spirit of ill will willtoward willtoward willtoward
toward the company companynor nor were they theyactuated theyactuated theyI
I actuated by a desire to hamper the theprogress theprogress theI
I progress progressor of r the roadthrough road through the city cityHe cityBe lty ltyi
i He said the construction of the road roadalong roadalong roadalong
along the proposed line would place placethe placethe placethe
the protesfants property between b fween two twomain twomain twoXnali1
main lines of railroad the Salt Lake Lakeroute Lakeroute Lakeroute
route along the Temple and the Western Westeln West Western ¬
ern Pacific half of a a block south and andurgedrthat andurged andUrge
urgedrthat urged Urge tb tAh 4vev ooun < o neil U require requirethe requiretheWestern the theWestern theWestern
Western Pacific to purchase the strip stripJn stripin stripIn
in between He estimated the value of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the property involved at 70000 or n5 75
000 and stated that about twentyfive twentyfivefamilies twentyfivefamilieS twentyfivefamilies
families lived on the strip E E EHich ERich ERich
Rich jr followed with an argument argumentalong argumentalong argumentalong
along the same line Joseph H Has Hasam HasJam Haslam
Jam am representing property owners on onSixth on onSLxth onSixth
Sixth West street spoke against the theproposed thejJroposed theproposed
proposed franchise for the Rio Ri Grande GrandeWestern GrandeWestern GiandeI
I Western Mr Ir VanCott replied briefly brieflyAmendments bii brieflyAm f1Y f1YAm
Am Amendments dments Are Proposed ProposedAmendments ProposedmendmentS ProposedAmendments
Amendments of minor importance importancewere
were submitted when the Western Pa Pacific Padfic Pacific ¬
cific franchise was considered in ex executive exEcutive executive ¬
ecutive session but the real struggle strugglewas strugglewas
was over the Rio Grande Western Westernfranchise Westernfranchise Westernfranchise
franchise franchiseAm franchiseAmandments franchiseAm
Am Amandments idments submitted for consid consideration consideration consideration ¬
eration in open session provide for the theinsertion thejnsertion thensertion
insertion of the arbitration clause clauseomitted clauseomitted clauseomitted
omitted from the original draft for forthe forthe forthe
the privilege u making traffic ar arrangements arrangem arrangern ¬
rangements rangem nts over the Oregon Short ShortXJnes ShortLines ShortLines
Lines track on Fourth West between betweenNorthTemple betweenNorth betweenNorth
NorthTemple North Temple and Fifth North if pos possible posslblefor posslblefor ¬
sible slblefor j for a viaduct or subway for the theConvenience theconyeni theconvenience
conyeni Convenience nce of traffic tr ffic in i the neighbor neighborhood neIghborhood neighborP ¬
P hood of f the new depot and for the therestoration therestoration therestoration
restoration to public use use of the area areabounded areabounded areabounded
bounded by Fifth West Sixth West Westecond Westsecond
Second econd South and Ninth South if the thecompany thecompany thecompany
company moves its shops from Salt SaltLake SaltLak SaltLakec
Lake LakeCouncilman LakCourictiman Lakecj
j Councilman Holley fought the clause clauseprovidinsr clauseprov clausei
providinsr prov providipgfor U1Sfor for double tracks tr cks on Sixth SixthJl SLCth SLCthCough SLtthA
i =
Jl A Cough Cordial CordialContaining Cordialo CordialContanimg
Containing o priTn no opiates of any anydescription any anydes anydScriisiion
description des ription and consequently consequentlyan
an invaluable remedy for the thelittle theUttle thelittle
little ones Qnes aswell as we well l asadults as adults is isHOMEY isHONEY isHONEY
fSold iiit in m25 25 25aiid and 50cent bottles bottlesIt ottI s sIt
It is the purest and best cough coughcordial coughI coughcordial
cordial on the market marketthe the saf safest safest salj ¬
j I cure est to take and the surest to toWhere tocure tocure
Where the Cars Stop StopThe StopThe StopThe
I The Great Prescription Pres riptlon Drug DrugStore DrugStore DrugStore
Store StoreOne StoreOne StoreOne
One is Never Rich Richuntil Richuntil Richunttlbe
until unttlbe lie commences to Keep KeepAhead KeepiThead GJ3 GJ3jfaeafS
Ahead of his
expenses expensesPlace expensesPlace expensesPlace
Place your funds at int intBst Inte Interest Interest
rest with us and Lave tnem tnemIN them themAbsolutely themIlbsolutely
Absolutely Secure SecureSalt SecureSalt
Salt Lake LakeSecurity LakeSecurity
Security Trust TrustCoo Trustj
j Coo CooIN Co0j
IN Walkers store yesterday pocket pocketbook pocketbook pocketbook
book containing 1265 Lt and IT C T badge badgeReturn badgeReturn badgeReturn
Return to Herald office Reward RewardThis RewardThis RewardThis
This is the ad as it appeared in Wednesdays Herald HeraldThe HeraldThe HeraldThe
The sequel is She got the pocketbook Wednesday after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon Ad cost 15 cents Did it pay
West street 4 motion by Council Councilman Councilman Councilman
man Barnes to strike out the clause clausewas clausewas clausewas
was lost After the motion had been beenlost be beenlost n nlost
lost George Stewart one of the pro protestants protestants protestants
t ts testants was allowed to speak He Hesaid Hesaid Hesaid
s said the company ran its trains so sofast sofast sofast
fast that it was shaking the houses housesto
to pieces and stopping the clocks at atnight atnight atnight
night nightANOTHER nightANOTHER
Utah Is to Meet Denver University UniversityNext
Next Month MonthFinal MonthFinal MonthFinal
Final arrangements were made yes yesterday yesterday yesterday
terday for the preliminary debating debatingcontest debatingcontest debatingcontest
contest from which a team will be bechosen bechosen bechosen
chosen by the University Univ rsity of Utah to tomeet tomeet tomeet
meet the University of Denver In Instead Instead Instead
stead of the usual twoman team the thesix thesix thesix
six contestants have been paired off offand offand offand
and a regular debate held heldThe heldThe heldThe
The following men will contest contestErnest contestErnest contestErnest
Ernest Bramwell Thomas Howells and andJames andJames andJames
James Moss affirmative Karl Hop Hopkins Hopkins Hopkins
kins Clinton Ray and Dale Parke neg negative negative negative
ative Of these six men four have al already already already
ready represented Utah in an inter interstate interstate interstate
state contest The question to be de debated debated debated
bated is the same as that discussed in inthe inthe inthe
the UtahBoulder debate the th advis advisability advisability advisabilitY
ability of permitting the interstate interstatecommerce interstatecommerce Interstatecommerce
commerce commission to fix railroad railroadrates rai1roadrates railroadrates
rates The contest will be held Feb 2L 2LMASONS 2Lo 1 1MASONS
Mt t Horiah oriah lodge Will Celebrate the theFortieth theFortieth theFortieth
Fortieth Anniversary AnniversaryofIts of ofIts ofItsBfrUi
Its ItsBfrUi ItsBfrUiMt Birth BirthML Birth1It
ML Moriah lodge No No2 2 F A M Mwill 11will Mvi11
will celebrate the fortieth anniversary anniversaryof
of the organization of the lodge in inMasonic in1Iasonic iniiasonic
Masonic hall Friday FrI ay evening Feb 5 5beginning 5beginnIng 5beginning
beginning at 8 oclock sharp The com committee conin coinmittee ¬
mittee n ttee on arrangements is composed of ofA ofA ofA
A H Peabody Henry Simon Dr G GB GB GB
B Pfqutz Pfoutz Charles Crane Charles J JHigson JHigSon 3Higson
Higson and Christopher Ch ist herDieh1 Diehl The af affair affair affair ¬
fair will close with a banquet at HL30 HL30In 1030in IOOIn
In the evening after the anniversary anniversaryprogramme anniversaryprogramme anniversaryprogramme
programme programmeFRANK programmeFRANK programmeFRANKROCKEFELLER
Cleveland Jan 25 25Frank Frank Rocke Rockefeller RockefeBel Rockefeller ¬
feller gave out a a statement this after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon in n which he li denied that he had hadtold hadtold hadtold
told the deputy sheriff who served servedhim servedhim servedhim
him w4th witha a 3 subpoena to appear as a aTvitiiessMn awitIi awitnesslin
TvitiiessMn witIi ssin connection with the action actionof
of the state of ofMissouri Missouri against the theStandard theStandard theStandard
Standard Oil eompany that he would wouldrefuse wouldrefuse wouldrefuse
refuse to testify testifyI
I have however he said ex explained explained cxplained ¬
plained to Attorney General Hadley Hadleythat Hadleythat Hadleythat
that my connection with the oil busi business business business ¬
ness ceased six years prior to the time timeto timeto timeto
to which his suit refers and I think thinkthat thinkthat thinkthat
that he Is satisfied that I have no noinformation noInformation noInformation
information that would be of any use useto useto useto
to this litigation but should he ask askme askme askme
me to appear as as a witness I will of ofcourse ofcourse ofcourse
course respond respondATTORNEYS res resondATTORN ond
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Chicago Jan 25 2 25After > After a confer conference conference conference ¬
ence which lasted all day the attor attorneys attorneys attorneys ¬
neys In the packers case were still stilltrying stilltrying stilltrying
j trying when Wh heV evening ning arrived to come cometo cometo cometo
to an agreement regarding facts in involved involved Involved ¬
volved in the case The jury was dis dismissed dismissed dismissed ¬
missed for the day early in the after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon and andJudge Judge Humphreywas Humphrey was in informed informed Informed ¬
formed thatif that if an an agreement was wasreached wasreached wasreached
reached it would be submitted to him himin himin himIn
in the morning morningSalt mornlngSalt
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Salt Lake Photo Supply Co Supplies SuppliesDev SuppUesDev SuppliesDcv
Dev and nd Finishing Main and 3d So SoAPPROPRIATION SoT SoAPPROPRIATION
Special to The he Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashIngton HeraldWashington
Washington D C Jan 25 25The 25Thesecretary 25Thesecretary The Thesecretary
secretary of the interior today tod y trans transmitted transmitted transmilled ¬
mitted to congress the draft of a bill billto billto billto
to appropriate 5000 OOO for appraisement appraisementand
and sale of town lots at Heyburn Ru Rupert Rupert Rupert ¬
pert and Scherrer Ida 1ue Lue town townsites townsites tOWnsites
sites in question are within lands landswithdrawn landswithdrawn landswithdrawn
withdrawn for reclamation purposes purposesbut purposesbut purposesbut
but under a ruliifg ulilfOf ofl t the thetreasury treasury de department depar department ¬
partment par ent th the expenses of appraise appraisement appraisement appraisement ¬
ment and sale cannot c nnot be paid from the thereclamation thereclamation thereclamation
reclamation fund fundWILL fundWILL fundWILL
John C Mackay and Thomas W WJones WJones V VJones
Jones representing western Wyoming Wyomingsheep Wyomingsheep Wyomingsheep
sheep owners have returned from fr m a atrip atrip atrip
trip to Wyoming where wh re they went to toinvestigate toinvestigate toInvestigate
investigate the tQ murder of Ernest H HGarside HGarside ILGarside
Garside They met the county com commissioners commissioners cornmissloners ¬
missioners prosecuting attorney and andsheric andsherlc andsheric
sheric of Sweetwater county at Green GreenRiver GreenRivEr GreenRiver
River and received assurances that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the officials would do all in their power powerto
to apprehend the murderers murderersTHE murderersTHE murderersTHE
A Mighty Good GoodSort Sort of Neighbor to toHave toHave toHave
Have HaveA
A little widow < a neighbor nei hbOr of mine minepersuaded minepersuaded minepersuaded
persuaded me to try Grape Nuts when whenmy whenmy whenmy
my stomach was so weak that it would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not retain food of any kind writes a agrateful aateful agrateful
grateful ateful woman from San S n Bernardino Bernardinocounty BernardinocOGnty Bernardinocounty
county Cal CalI CalI
I had been ill and confined to my mybed mybed mybed
bed with fever and nervous prostration prostrationfor
for three long months after the birth birthof birthof birthof
of my second boy We were in despair despairuntil despairuntil despairuntil
until the little widows advice brought broughtrelief broughtreBef broughtrelIef
relief reliefI I II I II
I liked GrapeNuts food from the thebeginning thebeginning thebeginning
beginning and In an incredibly short shorttime shorttime shorttime
time it gave me such strength that I Iwas Iwas Iwas
was able to leave my bed and enjoy enjoymy enjoymy enjoymy
my three good meals a day In two twomonths twomonths twomonths
months my weight increased from 95 95to 95to 95to
to 113 pounds my nerves had steadied steadieddown steadieddown steadieddown
down and I felt ready read for anything anythingMy
My neighbors were amazed to see me megain mein megain
gain in so rapidly and still moreso more so when whenthey whenthey whenthey
they heard that GrapeNuts alone had hadbrought hadbrought hadbrought
brought the change changeMy changeMy changeMy
My 4yearold 4yea 01d boy had eczema very verybad verybad verybad
bad last spring and lost his appetite appetiteentirely appetiteentirely appetiteentirely
entirely which made him cross and andpeevish andpeevish andpeevish
peevish I put him on a diet of Grape GrapeNuts GrapeNuts GrapeNuts
Nuts which he relished at once He Heimproved Heimproved HeImproved
improved from the beginning the theeczema tl1eeczems theeczema
eczema disappeared and now he is fat fatand fatand fatand
and rosy with a delightfully soft clear clearskin clearskin clearskin
skin Ths GrapeNuts did it I will willwillingly willwillingly willwillingly
willingly answer all Inquiries Name Namegiven Namegiyen Namegiven
given by Postum Co Battle Creek CreekMich Creeklfch CreekMich
Mich MichTheres MichTheres lfch lfchTheres
Theres a reason Read the little littlebook littlebook littlebook
book The Road to Wellville in inpkgs inpkg8 Inpkgs
Official Organ Organof of Salt Lake Y YM YI YIM Y1M1
M M1 C C1 A A1 Not Rated a New Newpaper Newspaper Newpaper >
paper in Washington WashingtonSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashIngton HeraldWashington
Washington Jan 25 258enator Senator Suth Sutherland Sutherland Sutherland ¬
erland has been notified by the post postoffice postoffice postoffice
office department that postal privi privileges prlyileges priyileges ¬
leges of newspaper publications cannot cannotbe
be granted Newsmonger of Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity
City organ of the Y M C A The ThepUbUcation Thepublication
publication the department rules does doesnot doesnot
not constitute a newspaper for the dis dissemination dissemination diesemination
semination of information to the gen general general general
eral public and consequently does not notcome notcome notcome
come within the law permitting pound poundrates poundrates poundrates
rates of postage in malls mallsSenator mallsSenator
Senator Sutherland today argued in inthe inthe Inthe
the supreme court the case of Stickley Stickleyand Stickleyand
and wife vs Highland Boy Mining Miningcompany Mlni g gcompany
company The case involves the valid validity va1idIty validIty ¬
ity of the Utah law which provides for fore forexercise
exercise e ercise of the right of f eminent do domain domaIn domain ¬
main in behalf of mining claims The Themining Themining
mining company under this law con condemned condemned condemned
demned right t of way for an aerial aerialtramway aerialtramwayacross aerialtramway
tramway tramwayacross across placer ground belong belonging belonging
ing to plaintiff in error The court be before before before ¬
fore which the action was originally originallybrought originallybrought originallybrought
brought allowed condemnation and andthis andthis andthis
this action was sustained by the Utah Utahsupreme Utahsupreme Utaiisupreme
supreme court whereupon Strickley Strickleytook StrickJeytook Strickieytook
took a writ of error to the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States supreme court on the ground groundthat groundthat
that the law in question was opposed opposedto
to the fourteenth amendment to the thefederal thefederal thefederal
federal constitution providing that no noone noone
one shall be deprived of his property propertywithout propertywithout propertywithout
without due process of law No ap appearance appearance
pearance was as made for defendants in inerror inerror inerror
error errorFavor errorFavorable
Favorable Favor ble report was made today in inthe inthe Inthe
the senate upon Sutherlands bill to in increase increase
crease the salary of the surveyor of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the port of Salt Lake City CityBiOCD
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Bills for Donation of Govern Government Govern111ent Governmeiit ¬
ment Land to Idaho and andVyyoming andV andwyoming
wyoming V yonling Objected to toSpecial toSpecial
Special to t The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashington HeraldWashington
Washington Jan 25 25Senator Senator Car Carter Carter Carter ¬
ter of Montana prevented the passage passagetoday passagetoday passagetoday
today in the senate of bills of Senator SenatorWarren SenatorWarren
Warren and Dubois to donate 50000 50000acres 50000acres 50000acres
acres of land in each of the states of ofWyoming ofWyoming ofWyoming
Wyoming and nd Idaho for the support of ofsoldiers ofsoldiers ofsoldiers
soldiers homes in those states When WhenWarren WhenWarren WhenWarren
Warren called his bill up for passage passageunder passageunder passageunder
under the unanimous consent rule Car Carter Carter Carter ¬
ter stated that the donations of land landfor landfor landfor
for state purposes should be made by bya bya
a a general bill covering the needs of all allthe allthe allthe
the western states He states that all allof allof allof
of the new western west rn states had been beentreated beentreated beentreated
treated liberally by b the general gov government government government ¬
ernment in the matter of land dona donations donations donations ¬
tions at the time of their admission to tostatehood tostatehood tostatehood
statehood Idaho particularly having havinghad hayinghad havinghad
had as large or larger donation than thanothers thanthers thanothers
others > The lands thus donated had hadnot hadnot hadnot
not in his opinion been < administered administeredwisely admnisteredwisely administeredwisely
wisely by states obtaining them In InMontana InMontana InMontana
Montana lands had been selected on onhigh onhigh onhigh
high mountain ranges which could not notbe notbe notbe
be sold and were leased in big bodies bodiesto
to stockmen If the question of donat donating donating donating ¬
ing lands were considered at all it itshould itshould Itshould
should be by a general bill and he hestated hestat hestated
stated stat d that he would oppose such a ameasure ameasure ameasure
measure as he thought the lands should shouldremain shouldremain shouldremain
remain in control of the government governmentBeyond goyernmen governmentBeyond t tBeyond
Beyond making a brief appeal for his hisbill hisbill hisbill
bill on grounds that western states statesshould statesshould statesshould
should be encouraged encourag d in their efforts to toprovide toprovIde toprovide
provide comfortable himes for soldiers soldiersand soldIersand soldiersand
and sailors In the climate and altitude altitudeto
to which they have been accustomed accustomedSenator accustomedSenator accustomedSenator
Senator Warren did not press his bill billand b111and billand
and under Carters objection it went wentover wentover wentover
over overSenator overSenator overSenator
Senator Dubois stated that he h had hadintended hadintended hadIntended
intended calling up his bill for passage passagebut passagebut passagebut
but would not do so in view of action actionon
on the Wyoming measure He said saidCarters saidCarters saidCarters
Carters argument appealed to him himand himand himand
and he was inclined to the belief that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the question should be considered in a ageneral ageneral ageneral
general bill billFormer billT billiwiIl
Former Salt Laker Tells of the theProgress thePiogress theProgress
Progress Being Made in inIdaho inIdaho inI
Idaho IdahoG I dali 0 0a
G D Aiken Alkenof of Twin Falls Ida Is an anenthusiastic anenthudnstic anenthusiastic
enthusiastic attendant at the See Amer America Amerlea An1criea ¬
lea First conference He was for years yearsa
a Salt Laker and is now pushing the theTwin theTwin theTwin
Twin Falls proposition with his w wen wenknown wellknown Il Ilknown
known energy and ability abilityThis abilityThis abilityThis
This is the greatest movement movem t ever everinaugurated everin everInaugurated
inaugurated in ugurated in the west Mr Aiken said saidlast saIdlast saidlast
last evening It will bring us of the thewest thewest thewest
west closer to the east It will do great greatthings greatthings greatthings
things for our section of the country countryAll countryAU countryAll
All we ask of people is to come out and andsee andsee andsee
see our country We will do the rest restThere restThere restThere
There are now 2500 persons living in inTvin inTwin
Twin Falls There is a large modern ho hotel hOtel hotel ¬
tel completed with an electric light with
272 lamps surmounting the building
There are eleven good business blocks go going going going ¬
ing up in the town and a street car line
from the Short Line depot to the Sho Shosbone Shoshone Shoshone
shone Falls six sL < miles beyond the town townIs townis townis
Is planned for the Immediate future futureTOMYROVICH futur futureTOMYROVICH
Tony Tomyrovich pleaded guilty to toassault toassault toassault
assault and disturbing the peace be before before before ¬
fore Judge J J Whitaker and was wasfined wasfined wasfined
fined 15 yesterday George Geor WukeIIch WukeIIchas
as they spelled s lled the name yesterday yesterdayfailed yesterdayfailed yesterdayfailed
failed to show up and his bond of 50 50was 50was 50was
was declared declared forfeited forfeitedBOUND forfeitedBOUND forfeitedS forfeitedBOUND
El Paso Tex Jan 25 25At < At the conclu conclusion c01clusion coaclusion ¬
sion of their preliminary examination be before before before ¬
fore the Mexican court at Santa Rosalie RosaliaO
0 E Finstad and Louis C Conghener of ofLos otLos ofLos
Los Angeles were bound over to the thehigher thehigher thehigher
higher court for trial on the charge of ofhaving ofhaving ofhaving
having murdered R W Rutherford and andC andC andC
C W McMurray at Finstads ranch near nearDiaz nearDiaz nearDiaz
Diaz Mexico MexicoLODGE MexicoLODGE MexicoLODGE
p J
Members of the A O U W lodge lodgeheld lodgeheld lodgeheld e
held a smoker last night In the hall in inthe inthe Inthe
the Bamberger building Impromptu Impromptuspeeches Impromptuspeeches Impromptuspeeches 1
speeches were given About fifty fift 9 mem members members members ¬
bers were present presentJURY presentJURY
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The jury in the case of Louis Nor Norton Norton Norton ¬
ton charged with forgery disagreed disagreedand disagreedand d1sagrecdand I
and were were discharged by Judge Arm Armstrong Armstrong < rm rmstrong ¬
strong yesterday
Street Cars Come Co e Together and Seven SevenPersona SevenPersons SevenPersons
Persons Are More or Less LessInjured LessInjured LessInjured
Injured InjuredONE InjuredONE InjuredONE
Three headon street car collisions took tookplace tookplace tookplace
j place early yesterday morning during duringthe duringthe duringthe
t the dense fog which spread its mantle mantleover mantleoyer mantleover
c over the city Seven persons were in injured injured injured ¬
j jured seriously while at least twenty twentyother twentyther twentyother
other passengers were slightly bruised bruisedand bruisedand bruisedand
and shaken up Motormon A V Lub Lubbers Lubbers Lubberg ¬
bers on the Waterloo line may die from fromhis fromhis fromhis
J his injuries but ut the others will recover recoverThe recoverThe recoverThe
The list of injured is as follows followsA followA
A V Lubbers motorman car 92 Water Waterloo Waterloo Waterloo ¬
j loo line internal injuries seriously cut cutabout cutabout cutabout
j about the head and a d bruised may die dieJohn dieJohn dieJohn
John Allen motorman car 81 Murray Murrayline Murrayline Murrayline
1 line shoulder bruised cut on the head headM headM headM
M W Wagstaff conductor car 87 Ash Ashton Ashton Ashton
t ton avenue line nose cut face bruised bruisedW bruisedW bruisedW
W H Clayton 937 Ninth East passen passenger passenger passenger ¬
ger two ribs broken badly bruised bruisedIrvin bruisedIrvin bruisedIrvin
Irvin Kimball 858 East Twelfth South Southback Southback Southback
i back bruised and injured injuredMiss InjuredMiss injuredMiss
Miss Jessie Clark and Mrs L J Lar Larson Laron Larson ¬
son on slightly bruised and badly shaken up upTwo upTwo upTwo
Two Collisions Collis ons on Ninth East EastThe EastThe EastThe
The first collision took place at S10 S10oclock 810oclock S10oclock
oclock near Emerson avenue and Ninth NinthSaat NinthEast NinthEast
East street on the Ashton car line Mo Moorman Motorman Motorman ¬
torman orman Morris Beck on car No 93 north northbound northbound northbound ¬
bound and Motorman William Hill on oncar oncar oncar
car < No 87 S southbound going at full fullspeed fuIlspeed fullspeed
i speed crashed into each other Beck had hadus hadhis hadhis
his us front gate open and after reversing reversingthe reversingthe
1 the power jumped off Motorman Hill Hillalso HIllalso Hillalso
also reversed the power but had to leap leapover leapover leapover
over the side gate to escape The vesti vestibules vestibules vestbules ¬
i bules were demolished and nearly all the thewindows thewindows thewindows
windows broken out A number of pas passengers passengers passengers ¬
t sengers were on the southbound car carThe carThe carThe
The stove was thrown across the car and andstruck andstruck andstruck
i struck Irvin Kimball in the back knock knocking knockIng knocklug ¬
ing him unconscious uncons < ious W H Clayton Claytonwas Claytonwas
was hurled over a couple of seats and andsustained andsustained andsustained
sustained two broken ribs Miss Jessie JessieClark JessieClark JessieClark
Clark and Mrs L J Larson were on the thecar thecar thecar
car and were thrown from their seats to tohe tothe tothe
the he floor Besides slight bruises on the theody thebOdy thebody
bOdy ody they were uninjured Conductor ConductorfVagstaff ConductorWagstaff ConductorWagstaff
Wagstaff who was on the rear of car carNo carNo carNo
No 87 was jammed against the door his hisnose hisnose hisnose
nose was cut by falling glass and his face faceruised facebruised facebruised
bruised bruisedCar bruisedCar > ruisedCar
Car No 93 smashed into a dairy wagon wagonon
on Tenth South street just a block from fromwhere fromwhere fromwhere
where the hearon collision occurred Mo Moorman Motorman Motorman ¬
torman Beck saw the wagon about aboutrwentsi abouttwenty abouttwenty
twenty feet ahead of him and had time timeto timeto timeto
to reverse the power He yelled to the thedriver thedriver thedriver
driver who jumped just in time to save saveilmself savehimself savehimself
himself The wagon was overturned and andthe andthe andthe
the front wheels demolished One horse horsewas horsewas horsewas i
was cut about the legs but the other otherbroke otherbroke otherbroke
broke loose dragging the tongue with withtilm withhim withhim
him The drivers name could not be belarned beloorned belearned
learned This accident delayed the car cara cara cara
a couple of minutes Motorman Beck put putthe putthe putthe
the power on the full nine notches to tomake tomake tomake
make the switch at Tenth South street streetAt streetAt
At the same same time Motorman William Hill Hillwas HilIwas Hillwas
was trying to make the Eleventh South Southswitch Southswitch Southswitch
switch with all possible speed when the thecars thecars thecars
cars came together about the middle of
the block blockAccident blockAccident blockAccident
Accident on Waterloo Line LineThe LineThe LineThe
The second accident occurred on the theWaterloo theWaterloo theWaterloo
Waterloo line about 9 aclock clock The scene sceneof sceneof sceneof
of the accident was near the Sherman Shermanavenue Shermanavenue Shermanavenue
avenue switch on Fourth East street streetwhere streetwhere streetwhere
where car No 92 northbound and car carNo carNo carNo
No 88 southbound came together Mo Motorman Motorman Motorman ¬
torman A V Lubbers on car No 92 92stayed 92stayed 92stayed
stayed at his post while Motorman M A AHottlger AHottiger AHottiger
Hottiger on car No 88 reversed the thepower thepower thepower
power and jumped for his life Motor Motorman Motorman Motorman ¬
man Lubbers was pinned beneath a pile pileof pileof pileof
of debris It took several minutes to get gelhim gethim gethim
him out He was unconscious and at atfirst atfirst atfirst
first he was thought to be dead His car carwas carwas carwas
was smashed to pieces It was an old oldcar oldcar oldcar
car rebuilt and was much lower than car carNo carNo carNo
No 88 The body of the car was lifted liftedoff liftedoff liftedoff
off the trucks and will be put in the thescrap thescrap thescrap
scrap iron pile at the shops No passen passengers passengers passengers ¬
gers were on the car and Conductor A AO Ao
O Beck jumped off the rear platform platformCar platformcar platformCar
Car No 88 8 was not damaged much as asIt asit asit
It was much heavier than the other It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was loaded with school children and a apanic apanic apanic
panic took place In the car Conductor ConductorL
L B Button was Inside taking fares and andforced andforced andforced
forced many of the passengers to keep
their seats Telephone messages were weresent weresent weresent
sent to the car barns and the wrecking wreckingcrew wreckingcrew wreckingcrew
crew Dr C M L Benedict and Dr J S SRichards SRichards SRichards
Richards were hurried to the scene Mo Motorman Motonnan Motorman ¬
torman Lubbers was brought to the city cityand cityand cityand
and afterward taken tothe hospital Sev Several Several Severa ¬
eral era of the school children were badly badlyscared badlyscared badlyscared
scared and shaken up but not injured injuredStill injuredStill injuredStill
Still Another Collision CollisionThe CollisionThe CollisionThe
The third collision happened at 920 920oclock 920oclock 920oclock
oclock on the Murray line at Fourteenth FourteenthSouth FourteenthSouth FourteenthSouth
South and State streets when cars No
41 and No 81 banged into each other The Thevestibules Thevestibules Thevestibules
vestibules were caved In and Motorman MotormanJohn MotormanJohn MotormanJohn
John Allen was bruised and cut by flying flyingsplinters flyingsplinters flyingsplinters
splinters as he attempted to jump from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the platform after reversing the power powerThe powerThe powerThe
The crew on the other car escaped with without without without ¬
out Injury Few passengers were on the thecar thecar thecar
car and besides a bad shaking up they theywere theywere theywere
were not hurt hurtDrs hurtDrs hurtDrs
Drs Benedict and Richards were kept keptbusy Iteptbusy keptbusy
busy during the day hunting up the In Injured injured injured ¬
jured It was found that W H Clayton Claytonand Claytonand Claytonand
and Irvin Kimball were the most serious seriously ¬
ly hurt of the passengers In the collisions collisionsThey collisionsTh collisionsThey
They Th y were attended at their homes anc ancwill and andw1ll andwill
will recover recoverThe recoverThe recoverThe
The fog was denser d nser yesterday yest rday morning
than it has been in years ears The damp damrchilled dampchil1ed dampchilled >
chilled air settled close to the grounc grouncand ground groUlldand groundand
and after the street lights were turned turnecoff turnedoff turnedoff
off it was impossible to see more than thantwenty thantwenty thantwenty
twenty feet The headlights on the cars carsproved carsproved carsproved
proved of little service to the car men menand menand menand
and they had to take a chance of meet meeting meeting meetIng ¬
ing the cars on the switches switchesI s1 switchesNO tc es eso esNO
+ Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashington 4
t + Washington Jan 25 25At At the pres present prescnt + 4ent
+ ent time no protests against the con conf cont +
4 f irmatlon of Chairman Spry as asUnited asUnited asUnited
t + United States marshal or charges chargesagainst charges3o chargesagainst t tsenate
+ against 3o nst him have been filed with the thesenate thesenate f
+ senate committee on judiciary which whichhas whichhas whichhas + V
+ has the nomination in charge The Thei Theregular + f fregular
+ regular meeting of the committee commItteewill committeewill + 4 4will h
+ will be held Monday and it Is ex expected 4 4pected 4 4pected
i + pected by the Utah senatorial dele deIegatlon ddegation 4 4gation
+ gation that the committee will il1 then thenreport thenreport 4 4report + r r
+ report favorably upon the nomina nominatioo 4 4
+ tlon tlonCAPTAIN tioot + r r
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San Francisco Jan 25 25The The report ren rendered rendered rcadered ¬
dered today by Deputy Collector Farley Farleyto y
to Collector Stratton on the charges of ofMaarten oflIaarten ofMaarten f
Maarten Dlrkswager who said he was washarpooned washarpooned washarpooned s
harpooned by the mate of the whaler whalerJohn whalerJohn whalerJohn r
John and Winthrop in the Arctic rctlc dis discredits diecredits
credits the sailors testimony but finds findsthe findsthe findsthe s
the captain of the bark barklIable liable to a fine fineof fineof fineof e
of 100 every day of the 300 spent at sea seaon seaon
on which lime juice was not served the themen themen theinca e
men Lime juice was served only on Sun Sundays Sundays Sundays ¬
days when in warm waters said the thecaptain thecaptain thecaptain e
captain so he is liable for about 30000D 30000 30000D
D J SHARP COAL CO COTelephones COTelephones
Telephones 719 73 Main street New Newstock Newstock Newstock
stock of Crested Butte anthracite all allsizes aUsizes allsizes 1
Senator Money Thinks Some Day We WeHay WeMay WeIiTay
Hay Have a HotHeaded Emo Emotional EmotionalMan Emotional ¬
tional tionalMan Man fDr President PresidentSANTO PresidentSANTO PresidentSANTO
Washington Jan 25 25The The following followingaffairs followingaffairs followingaffairs
affairs of the United States continued continuedto
to hold the attention of the senate the theMoroccan theMoroccan theMoroccan
Moroccan and Dominican matters be being beIng being ¬
ing the questions immediately at issue issueMr issuelrlr issueMr
Mr Money was the principal speaker speakerand speakerand speakerand
and he talked for over two hours in inopposition Inopposition inopposition
opposition to the course of the admin administration ad1I adninIstration in inistration ¬
istration with reference to both Santo SantoDomingo SantoDomingo SantoDomingo
Domingo and Morocco 11oroc < o He contended contendedthat iontendedthat ontendedthat
that there was danger of becoming in involved involved involved ¬
volved unnecessarily in the affairs of ofother ofother ofother
other countries by participating in the theAlgeciras theAlgeciras theAlgeciras
Algeciras conference and that this thiscountry thiscountry thiscountry
country was not sufficiently concerned concernedwith concernedwith concernedwith
with the conduct of affairs in Santo SantoDomingo SantoDomingo SantoDomingo
Domingo to justify our course in that thatisland thatisland thatisland
island He also took the position that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the president had transcended his au authority authority authority ¬
thority there thereMr thereMr thereMr
Mr Heyburn spoke in support of the theannexation theanneCation theannexation
annexation of Santo Domingo DomingoThe DomingoThe DomingoThe
The consular reorganization bill was wasread wasread wasread
read at length but was no tacted upon uponSenator uponSenator uponSenator
Senator LaFollette of Wisconsin ap appeared appeared appeared ¬
peared on the floor for the first time timesince timesince timesince
since he was sworn in as a senator senatorComplications senatorComplications senatorComplications
Complications Predicted PredictedMr
Mr Money addressed the senate on onthe onthe onthe
the subject of foreign affairs He took tookthe tookthe tookthe
the position that the Algeciras con conference conference conference ¬
ference was liable to lead to serious seriouscomplications seriouscomplications seriouscomplications
complications and said we were en endangering endangering endangering ¬
dangering our trade with Europe for fora fora
a mere pretense of trade with Morocco MoroccoWith 1 MoroccoWith orocco oroccoWith
With reference to Santo Domingo DomingoMr
Mr Money contended that the presi president president president ¬
dent had made on explanation and his hisfriends hisfriends hisfriends
friends another on our attitude toward towardthat towardthat towardthat
that country countryMr
Mr Money said that while he did didnot dIdnot didnot
not wish to be considered as impeach impeaching impeaching impeaching ¬
ing the wisdom of the president arid aridhis aridhis andhis
his secretary of state in the Santo SantoDomingo SantoDomingo SantoDomingo
Domingo matter he did not believe believethat believethat believethat
that the senate should surrender surrenderSlightly surrenderSlightly surrenderSlightly
Slightly Sarcastic SarcasticWe
We will have a change changein in the presi presidency presidency presideney ¬
dency he said We Ve may m y some time timehave timehave timehave
have in the place of the present level levelheaded levelheaded levelheaded ¬
headed eventempered chief execu executive executive ¬
tive some hotheaded emotional man mana
a man who will not observe the re requirements requirements requirements ¬
quirements of f the constitution as I am ampleased ampleased ampleased
pleased to learn from the senator from fromMassachusetts fromIassachusetts fromMassachusetts
Massachusetts the present occupant of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the White House does doesSpeaking doesSpeaking doesSpeaking
Speaking of Mr Spooners reference referenceto
to the presidents intervention for peace peacebetween peacebEtween peacebetween
between Russia and Japan Mr Ir Money Moneysaid Moneysaid l1oneysaid
said that he showed that the president presidentconstantly presidentconstantly presidentconstantly
constantly carried a psychological psychologicalmoment psychologicalreoment psychologicalmoment
moment around in his vest pocket pocketHe pocketHe pocketHe
He declared that those two nations nationswere nationswere nationswere
were exhausted and there was nothing nothingleft nothingleft nothingleft
left for them to do d but to make peace peaceHeyburn p peaceHeyburn ace aceHeyburn
Heyburn Favored Annexation AnnexationMr
Mr Heyburn followed Mr Money Moneyadvocating 1foneyadvocating Moneyadvocating
advocating the annexation of Santo SantoDomingo SantoDomingo SantoDomingo
Domingo saying that the present pop population population population ¬
ulation would soon become American Americanized Americanized Americanized ¬
ized under the rule of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States In that island we would have havea
a picket post at the mouth of the thePanama thePanama thePanama
Panama canal canalAmong canalAmong canalAmong
Among the bills passed were those thosecreating thosecreating thosecreating
creating the lighthouse districts for forAlaska forAlaska forAlaska
Alaska Hawaii and Porto Rico RI o au authorizing authorizing authorizing ¬
thorizing the erection of a public build buildIng building buildIng
Ing at Sheridan Wyo to cost 160000 160000and 160000and 160000and
and for the relief of settlers within the thelimits thelimits thelimits
limits of the Northern Pacific land lanegrant landgrant landgrant
grant In Oregon and Washington WashingtonMr
Mr Ir Heyburn gave notice that on onnext onnext onnext
next Monday Monda he wouldask would ask the senate senateto
to fix fL a time for voting on the pure purefood purefood purefood
food bill
Mr Carter Objected ObjectedAn
An effort was made to secure consid consideration consideration consideration ¬
eration of bills granting 50000 acres acreseach acreseach acreseach
each to the states of Wyoming and andIdaho andIdaho andIdaho
Idaho in aid of the soldiers homes of ofthose ofthose ofthose
those states but Mr Ir Carter objected objectedsaying objectedsaying objectedsaying
saying that lands thus donated was wasoften wasoften wasoften
often used in the interest of large l rge land landowners landowners landowners ¬
owners ownersAt ownersAt ownersAt
At the instance of Mr rr Lodge the theconsul theconsul theconsul
consul reorganization bill was read a at atlength atlength
length and the amendments suggested suggestedby suggetedby
by the committee on foreign relations relationsagreed relationsagreed relationsagreed
agreed to toThe toThe toThe
The senate then th nat at 415 p m went
into executive session and at 425 ad ¬
journed until Monday MondayMONTANA MondayWI
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashington HeraldWashington
Washington Jan 25 5Senator Senator Clark of
Montana today introduced a resolution resolutionwhich resolutionwhich resolutionwhich
which was passed by the senate to print
9000 copies of the fourth annual report of
the reclamation service This report has
been in possession of the house commit ¬
tee on printing for over a month monthThe monthThe
The committee has delayed publication publicationon
on the ground that the report contained containedmuch containedmuch containedmuch
much matter which is a repetition of that thatcontained thatcontained thatcontained
contained in a former report and not notnecessary notnecessary notnecessary
necessary to be again printed printedAsk printedAsk printedAsk
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in the northwest on its line between Pas Pasco PaeCo
co and Spokane SpokaneBetween SpoltaneBetween SpokaneBetween
Between twentyfive and thirty miles milesof milesof milesof
of the tracks have been washed away
by the sudden thawing of the snow that thatwas thatwas thatwas
was piled high along the tracks and the thecompany thecompany thecompany
company has been forced to use the Ore Oregon Oregon Oregon
gon Railroad Navigation tracks from fromSpokane fromSpokane fromSpokane
Spokane to Wallula All passenger trains trainsof
of the Northern Pacific between these thesepoints thesepoints
points have been handled by the O R RN ILN
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of the Hill road has been practically at ata ata
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will 11 be unable to use its It own tracks for forfour forfour
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Hazel Kirk was the offering of ofTheodore ofTheodore ofTheodore
Theodore Lorch and his company to pa patrons patrons paIrons ¬
trons of the Grand last night Mr Lorch Lorchhad Lorchhad Lorchhad
had the part of Dunstan Kirke A new newgeneration newgeneration newgeneration
generation must have grown up since sinceHazel sinceHazel 5111CCHazel
Hazel Kirke was in the heyday of ofits ofits ofits
its popularity a generation unfamiliar unfamiliarwith unfaml1larwith unfamiliarwith
with the play Certainly last nights au audience audience audience ¬
dience gave many manifestations of en enjoyment enjoyment enjoyment ¬
joyment and approval Mr Lorch made madea
a very acceptable Dunstan Miss Rita RitaHarlan rotaHarlan RitaHarlan
Harlan was cast for the name part She Snegave Shegave Shegave
gave a very acceptable portrayal portrayalHazel portraJalHazel portrayalHazel
Hazel Kirke will be the bill at the tneGrand theGrand tileGrand
Grand during the remainder of the week weekA weekA
A special matinee will be given this aft afternoon afternoon alternoon ¬
ernoon for the aged and the orphans of orthe ofthe ofthe
the city All of them will be admitted admittedto
to the playhouse without charge and an animmense anh animmense
immense h mense audience is expected expectedThe e expectedThe 1ectedThe
The engagement of Charles B Hanford Hanfordat
at the Salt Lake theatre closed last night nightwith nightwith nightwith
with a presentation of Othello Mr MrHanfords MrHanfords MrHanfords
Hanfords conception of the part is nOt n6tthe nOtthe nOtthe
the conception of many other eminent eminentstudents eminentstudents eminentstudents
students and players of ShaKespeaean ShaKespeaeancharacters Shakespeaeancharacters Shakespeaeancharacters
characters The lago of Frank Henning Henningeasily Henningesl1y Henningeslly
easily demonitase the play Mr Henning Henninggave Henninggave Henninggave
gave to his reading a careful intelligence intelligencea
a naturalness and a grace of manner that thatwon that1von thatwon
won for him much approval Miss Drof Dronah Drofnah Drofnah
nah seemed to give satisfaction as Des Desdcmona Desdcmona Desmona
F Mul Mulligan Mulligan Mulligan ¬
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the flash of neargenius he showed in his nisdrunken hisdrunken hisdrunken
drunken scene That flash seemed to toindicate toindicate1hat toindicate
indicate indicate1hat that Mr Mulligan may eventu eventually eventually eventually ¬
ally make a decided improvement in his nischaracterization hischaracterization hischaracterization
characterization characterizationAt
At the Lyric the th Dreamland girls girlsengagement girlsplea girlspleased
plea pleased ed a large audience last night The Theengagement Theengagement
engagement ends with tonights peform peformance peformance peformance
ance The Innocent Innoc nt Maids Burlesquers Burlesquersanother Burlesquersanother Burlesquersanother
another big extavaganza company opens openstomorrow openstomorrow
tomorrow afternoon an engagement of a aweek aweek aweek
week weekHenry weekHenry weekHenry
Henry W Savages big Woodland Woodlandproduction Woodlandproduction Woodlandproduction
production opens a too brief engagement engagementat
at the Salt Lake theatre tonight There Therewill Therewin Therewill
will be three performances perform performancestonight nces1onight tonight to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow night and a matinee tomorrow tomorrowThe tomorrowThe thmorrowThe
The bill for the Orpheum next week weekwill weekwill weekwill
will introduce as the leading attraction attractionLew attractionLew attractionLew
Lew Sully the minstrel man m n who has hasentered hasentered nasentered
entered the ranks of vaudeville with a anew anew anew
new package of patter songs and mono monologue monologue monologue ¬
logue An act that will run him close closeis closeis closeis
is the Great Leon Premier Illusionist as assisted assisted assisted ¬
sisted by Delta Hula The others are areRooney areRooney areRooney
Rooney Sisters in an ever pleasing spe specialty specialty specialty ¬
cialty Two Kings sensational gymnasts gymnastsGrace gymnastGrace gymnastsGrace >
Grace Jacksons lyric soprano Claudius Claudiusand Claudiusand Claudlusand
and Scarlett formerly with Pimrose PimroseDockstader PimroseDockstader PimroseDckstader
Dockstader and the Kinodrome which whichwill whichwHl whichwill
will throw on the screen a realistic pho photographic photographic photographic ¬
tographic reproduction of the Great GreatFrench GreatFrench GreatFrench
French Steeplechase falling horses and andall andall andall
all Tomorrow matinee and night will willclose wllIclose willclose
close this weeks bill which has been beensuccessful beensuccessful beensuccessful
successful from an artistic and box of office office office ¬
fice standpoint standpointChicago standpointChIcago standpointChIcago
Chicago Jan 25 25The The Messrs Schubert Schubertth
th the theatrical managers under whose di direction direction direction ¬
rection E H Sothern and Julia Mar Marlowe Marlowe Marlowe ¬
lowe have lately placed themselves have havedecided havedecided havedecided
decided that the new theatre which isto is isto Isto
to be built by b them in Denver inside insideof insideof
of the next five months will be named namedthe namedthe namedthe
the E H Sothern theatre The new the theatre theatre theatre ¬
atre now In course of construction in inCincinnati InCincinnati inCincinnati
low Cincinnati theatre will be called the Julia Jula Mar Marlow Ma Marlow
Judge Warren WarrenNDusenberry N Dusenberry Dusenber of Provo Provois Povo Povois
is in town tow for the See America Amerca First Firstconvention Firstconventon Firstconvention
convention conventionSuperintendent conventon conventonSuperintendent conventionSuperintendent
Superintendent W P Read Rd of the Utah UtahLight Uth UthLight UtahLight
Light Power company is confined to tohis tohis tohis
his home by illness illnessGovernor ln IllnessGoVernor ss ssGoveror
Governor Goveror Chamberlain and Governor GovernorMead Gveror Gverorlea GovernorMead
Mead lea of Washington were the guests gests of ofGovernor ofGovernor ofGovernor
Governor Cutler at luncheon at the Com Commercial Commercal Cornmercial ¬
mercial club yesterday yesterdayG
I G P Thompson of Springville Sprlngvie for formany forman formany
many man years year in the railroad rairoad business businessthere businessthere businessthere
there is one of the men in attendance atendance at atthe atthe atthe
the See America Amrica convention conventionWilliam cnventon cnventonWiiam conventionWilliam
William Wiiam D Curtis Curts president of the te Cur CurtisNewhall Cr CrtsNewhal CurtlsNewhall
tisNewhall tsNewhal Advertising Adyertsing agency aency at Los LosAngeles Ls LsAngeles LosAngeles
Angeles is attending the See Se America AmericaFirst Amerca AmercaFirst AmericaFirst
First convention conventon as the representative representativeof
of the Los Angeles chamber chmber a of commerce commerceTHE commercea commerceTHE commerceTHE
Cardinal Peter Gossens GossensBrussels Gosens GosensBrssels GossensBrussels
Brussels Brssels Jan an 21 2Cardinal 24Cardinal Cardinal Peter Lam Lambert Lambert Lambert ¬
bert Gossman Gssman archbishop achbishop of Mechlin Mechln is isdead 1sdea isdead
dead dea He was wa born in i 1827 1827General 1i27General 2 2General
General John S Harris HarrisButte HarrisBu HarrisButte
Butte Bu te Mont Mont Jan 25 2eneral 25General General John S SHarris sHas SHarris
Harris Has long prominent resident of this thisstate thisstte thisstate
state stte died this ithis morning mprnng of uraemic ura ic pois poisoning poisoning potsoning ¬
oning He was wa born in Vermont eighty eightyone eightyone eightyone
one yearsago year years ao ago His Hs wife wfo survives surives him himGeneral himGeneral himGeneral
General Harris Brris came to Montana as assurveyor assureyor assurveyor
surveyor sureyor general of the territory tetOr in Pres President President President ¬
ident Arthurs Aturs administration aministraton He served servedin
in the United States senate as member memberfrom memberfrom memberfrom
from Louisiana Luisiana from 1869 to 1S73 13 and was wasalso wasalso
also prominent in California He was wa a apioneer apioneer apioneer
pioneer of Chicago and ad removed from fromthat fromthat fromthat
that city to t Milwaukee Mlwaukee where he lived liveda Uyeda
a a number of years In 1S99 18 he was ap appointed appointed appointed ¬
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way mines mnes In Butte by the federal court courtand court courtand
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which has ha since been his home homeCharles homeChares homeCharles
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< of f the Y W WC C A Acome11 Acomm1tteawill vconmdttes will be beheld beheld beheld
held In the rooms of the Manufacturers ManufacturersMerchants Manufacurers ManufacurersMerchts ManufacturersMerclmnts
Merchants Merchts association asoCaton 209211 22USo 209211SoSth South th West WestTemple WestTemple VestTeple
Temple Teple street at 2 oclock this afternoon afternoonGOVERNOR afteron afteronGOVERNOR afternoonGOVERNOR
Governor vernor Cutler Cte will wi give a luncheon at atnoon atnon atnoon
noon non today at the Commercial Comercia gve club to toGovernor toGoveror toGovernor
Governor Goveror George E Chamberlain ChamberIan Gover Governor Gver Gvernor Governor ¬
nor Albert Abrt E Mead and some Sme sixteen stxteenor stxteenoreghten or oreighten orelghten
eighten eghten other othei prominent prominen delegates delegte to the theSee theee theSee
See ee America Aerca First conference conferenceCONCERT conference conferenceCONCRP
hall hal will wi be the sceneMrffcantoaBtertairiment sceneMrffcantoaBtertairimentthis 8cenu scen anaet trtaIment trtaImentthis rtainment rtainmentthis
this evening evenng The T1 1m l fotmSrir will wl be beJennie beJennie heJennie
Jennie ShoemakerStangejc ShoeakerStn reader Jud Judith Judih Judith ¬
ith ih Anderson Andeon contralto contlo Judith JUdih Evans Evanspianist Evas Evaspianist Evanspianist
pianist and ad FradpGJfGralSam FadG t1m Teor Tenor This Thiawill Thiswn Thiswill
will wn be one OTe of the Unify Unit club concerts concertsThe concerts concertsTh concertsThe
The Th programme progame includes incude eight numbers numbersSUES numbrs numbrsSIJS numbersSUES
SUES FOR DIVORCE DflTORCESult IORCEut Suit was Wa begun begunyesterday bn bnyesterday begunyesterday
yesterday by Ethel Eel Clark Chapman Chapmn for fordivorce fordivorce fordivorce
divorce from John M lL Chapman to whom whomshe whomshe whomshe
she was married last August Augst The Thegrounds Thegounds Thegrounds
grounds gounds for divorce divore were not obtainable obtainableand obtanable obtanablead
and ad will w1 not be made mae known kown till tl the pa papers papers pspers ¬
pers are finally fnaly filed fed An error wror in the thename thename thename
name of the defendant defendt was the cause of oflhis ofhis ofhis
his refusing to accept service serice but th thtechIcal the thatechnical thetechnical
technical techIcal mistake will wl be corrected corected and
the papers will wi probably be served today todayCHARGED today todaiCHARGED
C C C Baltzell Balzell solicitor solctor for the Inter Intermountain Intermountain Intermountain
mountain Republican Republcan was arrested areted on a awarrant awaant awarrant
warrant waant sworn to by C E Blunck chargt chargting chag
ing him with embezzlement embezzlement It I is alleged allegedthat alege < j jthat
that Baltzell Baltzel collected colecte 30 in subscriptions subscriptionsand subscrpton subscrptonand subscr1ptionand
and appropriated it to his own OVID use Bait Baitzell Baltzel Baitzell
zell zel was wa arraigned ariged yesterday before Judge JudgeDana JudgeDna JudgeDana
Dana Dna T Smith and entered a plea ple of not notguilty notgiy notguilty
guilty giy His Hs bonds were fixed fxed in the sum sumof suI sunsof
of 100 10 which he h furnished furnishedGREEN furnis furnishedGREEN ed
GREEN GREN CORN ON MARKET MARRETCorn IRKCorl Corn as assweet 8Ssweet assweet
sweet and fresh feh as a any grown in June is isone isone isone
one of the new things in the Salt Lake Lakemarket Lakemaket Lakemarket
market maket Only Ony a limited lmited supply of the thetoothsome thetoothsome thetoothsome
toothsome succulent food is to be had hadand hadand hadand
and needless to say that supply fPply com commands commads cornmands ¬
mands mads the top price There is f no lack lackof lak lakof lackof
of wholesome and appetizing vegetables vegetableshowever vetable vetablehowever vegetableshowever
however the stalls stls showing plenty plent oC
Brussels sprouts caulfower cauliflower string
beans bean cabbageand cabbageandcurly curly lettuce lettu < e A large largeshipment largeshipment largeshipment
shipment of California CaUforni celery cel celelcame came cme in inyesterday inyesterday Iiiyesterday
yesterday to take tke the place plae of th the home homecrop homecrP homecrop
crop crP which is rapidly playing playingout out The Te
California CalfornIa kind is on ninch uch shQjtfmp hhVI and bet bettep bettep bettev
uc shnr
tep looking lookng but the flavor IgsaTd to be no
better than t that of the home product productCOMPANIES product iroductCOMPANIES
Simmons Warehouse company compay of Jersey JerstY
City Cit N J filed a cQPY of its it articles articlesof arce arceof
of incorporation Incorporton yesterday in the office officeof offci officeof
of the secretary secreta of state stt The capital capitalstock cpltal cpltalstock i istock
stock of the te company cOmpan is valued at t SSOOGQ SSOOGQand 2O O0O O0Oand
and it is divided dhidedinto into shares shar of a a par parvalue parvaue parValue
value vaue of 5100 10 100 each eah c The e officers oficers are arePresident ae aePreident arePresident
President Preident W D SHImniPjis secretary soreta O OE OW 0W
W Richard Richards re1e g ft r Uta Utah E EE EE
E Stewart Stewar of Ogden Acopy A copy pyf t of > f the ar artides artices artides
tides tices of incorporation incorporton of the Wayncounty Wlyn Wlyncount Wayne Waynecounty
county count Irrigation Irigtion company of1 of Giles GilesWayne GHesWayne GliesWTayfle
Wayne county was wa also as filed fled with wih theseretary the thesecretary thesecretary
secretary seretary of state The capital caplal stock ia iavalued iS isvalued
valued at 30230 3G2 2 and divided Intoshares Intosharesvalued bto shares sharesvalued sharesvalued
valued at 10 0 each eachC C A Gibbons GibbonsIs Is the thapresident thepresident thepresident
president of flje company co fp vicepresident vicepresidentE vlcepresident1 vice president presidentE
E C Abbott bbttrseCett s seeeetaFJVebr yreta3 T Weber eb r and andtreasurer an antreasurer antreasurer <
treasurer J JE E CarrplE C Carroll fr VT T >

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