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WARRANT IS OUT OUTFOR OUTFOR
FOR HIRAM TYREE TYREERis
His Enemies in Continental life In Insurance Insurance Insurance ¬
surance Company Force a aProsecution aJroseoution aroseoution
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CHARGE HIM WITH FRAUD FRAUDSAY
SAY SA YH HE E MADEA MADE A FALSE REPORT REPORTOF
OF BUSINESS DONE DONEIN1904 DONEIN1904r DONEIN1904Hiram IN 1904 1904Hiram 19041Hiram
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Hiram Tyre Tirl yrpresident presldent pres dent of the Conti Continental C COntinental nti ntinental ¬
nental Life Insurance Investment Investmentcompany Investmentcom InvestmentcOmiany
company com 8DY who is expected to arrive arrivehere arrivehere arrivehere
here today from ff m San Francisco will willprobably wlllprobably willprobably
probably be arrested on his arrival un unless un1e unless ¬
less 1e he 11 immediately Imm dl tely surrenders him himself himself himself ¬
self to the Ipeal l akof officers icers A A warrant warrantcharging warrantclfarginghim warrantcharging
charging clfarginghim him with WI 1th hmaking making a false falsere falsereturn re return return ¬
turn to the secretary of state on the thefinancial thefinancial theflnancial
financial condition of his company companyover companyoer companyover
over a year ago has been sworn out be betore before De Defore
fore Judge C B Diehl and it is ready readyfor readyfor readyfor
for service serviceMr senriceMr serviceMr
Mr Tyree wired a friend yesterday yesterdaythat yesterdftythat esterdaythat
that he would be in Salt Lake today It Itis Itis ItIs
is not believed that he knows that a awarrant awarrant awarrant
warrant has been issued for his arrest arrestbut arrestbut arrestlut
but he does know that a a big row is on onIn onin onIn
In his companies c and presumably it is isto isto isto
to face this row and to defend himself himselffrom hImselffrom himselffrom
from charges of mismanagement that thathe thathe thathe
he is returning to this city cityMr cityMr cityMr
Mr Tyree left several s veral weeks ago to toopen toopen toopen
open an office of the company in San SanFrancisco SanFrancisco SanFrancisco
Francisco as well as to look after thebusiness the thebusiness thebusine
business of the Western Securities Securitiescompany Securitiescompanyand Securitiescompanyand
company companyand and the Western Agency com company company cornpany ¬
pany two concerns of which hlch the history historyis historyis
is interwoven with the present internal internaldissension internaldissension Internaldissension
dissension in the Continental Life In Insurance Insurance Insurance ¬
surance Investment company companyWhat companyWhat companyWhat
What the Charges Are AreThe AreThe AreThe
The complaint against Mr Tyree Tyreewhich Tyreewhich Tyreewhich
which was drawn several days ago by byAssistant byAssistant byLssIstant
Assistant County Attorney Job P PJsyon PIyon
3 Jsyon > yon charges that Mr Tyree falsified falsifiedthe falsifiedthe falsifiedthe
the annual report of the Continental ContinentalLife ContinentalLife ContinentalLife
Life Insurance Investment company companyIn
In three particulars p rticul8rs First it alleges allegeshe
he reported that the books of the corn cornafter company cornrany
pany had Rot been kept open for entries entriesafter entriesafter
after 19M for any purpose affecting the
1904 report whereas it is alleged they theywere theywere theywere
were kept open for some time after afterthat wfterthat aLterthat
that and that the entries made did af affect affect affeet ¬
fect the report reportSecond reportSecond reportSecond
Second the t th cohiDlalnt oeirii1aix1t R 10 il1t charges Ch arg es Mr MrTynje MrTyrQe rlrTyrQA
Tynje raportscl rqort tMi the 1jeloIlpanY < iompany had hadon hdon hador
on hs h d in h 1 its 8 d fe e or r in invaults s sasfe e d teett teettaults tJ tJvaults
vaults 45085265 4085 65 in cash Instead It is isclaimed isclaimed isclaimed
claimed the sum on hand was much muchless muchIeS5 muchless
less than that th t Outside utside the record theopponents the theopponents theopponents
opponents of Tyree assert that as a amatter amatter amatter
matter of fact he had only 5000 or orj6OO0
j6OO0 56000 6000 on hand at the tune tuneThird t timeThird me meThird
Third it Is alleged the report stated statedthat statedthat statedthat
that the expenditures for the year had hadbeen l1adbeen hadheen
been only 119188 whereas where s it is al alleged alleged a aleged ¬
leged they were greater gren ter than that Op Opponents Oppon Oppon ¬
ponents pon nts of Mr Tyrees management say saythat saythat saythat
that the expenses were about 10000 10000greater 10000greater 1OOO0greater
greater than the sum mentioned and if ifthey ifthey ifthey
they were so great they would wipe out outthe outthe outthe
the 2482 surplus shown by the report reportand reportand reportand
and leave ft deficit deficitOfficer deftcitOfficer deficitOfficer
Officer Sent to the Coast CoastDay CoastDay CoastDay
Day before yesterday County County Attor Attorney Attorley Attorney ¬
ney Parley P Christensen sent Deputy DeputySheriff DeputjSherIff DeputySheriff
Sheriff J Parley White to the coast co St to toshadcw tou5hQown tosha4ow
u5hQown shadcw Mr J r Tyree It is understood understoodthat understoodthat understoodthat
that Mr White carried with him the thewarrant thewarrant thewarrant
warrant warrant for Mr Ir Tyrees arrest but butthat b butthat t tthat
that he was instructed not to serve it itunless itunless itunless
unless Mr Tyree T ree made a movement in indicating indicating Indicating ¬
dicating an intention to flee If he hestarted hestarted hestarted
started toward Salt Lake he was 3s to be beunmolested beunmolested beunmolested
unmolested unmolestedThe
The strong probability that Mr Tyree Tyreewill Tyreewl11 Tyrcewill
will arrive here this morning renders rendersimprobable rendersimpropable rendersimprobable
improbable his arrest t by > y Deputy Sheriff SheriffWhite SheriffWbife SheriffWhile
White but ilr itr Christensen said lastevening last lastevening lastevening
evening thai t1 tiiinI Itmless he surrendered d him himself himself himself ¬
self he will be arrested on his arrival arrivalIt
It is probable that Secretary of State StateS
i C S Tingey will begin today to make makea
a thorough thor ugh examination c mination of the books booksard booksard booksard
ard of the business transactions of the thecompany thecompany thecompany
company companyReslilt companyResOlt companyResult
Result of Factional Fight FightThere FightThere FightThere
There has been trouble in the com company company coinpany ¬
pany for forse s Y3fij6l laffi ths hs Recently Dr DrH DrH IrH
H N Mayodne of the he directors of the thecompany thecompany he hecompany
company and nd its medical l director re resigned resigned resigned ¬
signed as a result of a row with Mr MrTyree MrTyree MrTyree
Tyree and a EJ he h has been the moving movimrspirit movi movispr1t movingsprit
spirit in thefight on Mr Tyree TyreeLast TyreeLast TyreeLast
Last year after iter the alleged criminal criminalacts criminalats criminalats
ats mentioned in the complaint were werelommitted werelmmltted weretrnmltted
lommitted two corporations were werefcrined werefnned werefcrmed
fcrined One WM3t IaUtheWestern eWestern Securi Securities Securities Securities ¬
ties company company the ie directors and stock stockholders stockholders stockholders ¬
holders of which were composed large largely largeof largely ¬
ly of the men prominent In the affairs affairsof
of the Insurance company This com companys compan cornpanys ¬
panys pan s principal place of business is isin isIn isIn
in San Francisco and Its charter is isunder isunder isunder
under the laws of Arizona It was wasformed W8St wasformed
formed t Jrmed with a capital stock of 1000
000 and an authorized capital of 5
4 000000 000000The 000000The 000000The
The other company also incorpora incorporated ¬
ted under the laws of Arizona is iscalled isl1ed IstalIed
called l1ed the Western Agency company companyOf
Of this corporation it is claimed Mr MrTyree lIrTyree MrTyree
Tyree owns a majority of the stock stockAllege stockAllege stockAllege
Allege Poor Contracts ContractsContracts Contracts ContractsContracts ContractsContcts
Contracts were entered into between betweenthe betweenthe betweenthe
the life insurance company company and the thesecurities thesecurities thesecurities
securities company on one one hand and andthe andthe andthe
the agency agen ae cy < y company co pa on the other otherwhichiit otherwhlch1it otherwbIchlt1sc1aIrnedby
whichiit wbIchlt1sc1aIrnedby isclaimedby 1sclaimed by Dr Mayowere Mayowerehighly1 Mayo were werehlgh1yadv werehghyZ
highly1 hlgh1yadv advantageous ntageQus toMr t > lIr Tyree jTTcebut Tyreebut Tyrcebut
but detrimental loathebest to tbe thebest best interests of ofthe oftl1 ofthe
the tl1 securities company andthe and the insuri insuriance iIlsur iIlsuranc Insurante
ante company companyOne companyOne companyOne
One eqtltract contract i4ntractprovIdedttiiattbe provided that < the agen agency agency agencr ¬
cy company c0111P compny ny should wrlte TIte all policies policiesfor policIesfor
for the insurance i ur3nC company 111 Inreturn InreturnIt return returnit
It was to receive all of the first pre premium premium premium ¬
mium paid minus a 12 per > er cent re reduction reduction reduction ¬
duction which was to go into a re reserve reserve e eserve ¬
serve fund andwas and was to receive 25 per percent percent percent
cent of all subsequent premiums paid paidin paidin paidin
in The other contra provided that thatthe thatthe I Ithe
the agency company was Was as to sell the thecapital theclpital thecpltaI
capital stock of the securities com company company cornpany ¬
pany and retain the entire receipts receiptsfrom receiptsfrom receiptsfrom
from such su h sales In return the agency agencycompany agencycompany agencycompany
company was to pay the securities securitiescompany securitiescompany Securitiescompany
company 10 per cent of its receipts receiptsfrom receiptsfrom receiptsfrom
from insurance premiums collected collectedfor collectedfor
for the life insurance company companyBy companyBy companyBy
By virtue of these contracts the op opposition opposition opposition ¬
position charges Mr Tyree was milk milkIng milking milktag
Ing the thelife life Insurance company and andContinued andT andCantInuCd
Continued T ntlnued on Page Page2 2 J
8IGSTRiKE fH SIRIKf 10 10BEGIN TOBEGINAPRIL
BEGIN BEGINAPRIL APRI l lHalf 1aalf
Half a Million Miners Will Drop Pick Pickand Pickand i iand
and Drill Unless Wages Are AreIncreased AreIncreas AreIncreased
Increased IncreasedOPERATORS Increas IncreasOPERATORS IncreasedOPERATORS
OPERATORS ARE OBDURATE OBDURATEARBITRATION OBDURATEARBITRATION OBDURATEARBITRATION
ARBITRATION NOW THE ONLY ONLYHOPE ONLYHOPE ONLYHOP
HOPE HOPEndlanapolis HOPEIndianapolir HOP E EIndIanapol1
ndlanapolis Indianapolir Feb 2 20ne One of the themost themost themosc
most drastic scenes ever witnessed witne5S in ina ina ina
a national convention of the United UnitedMine UnitedMine UnitedMine
Mine Workers of America was the thefinal thefinal thefinal
final adjournment of that body cdy this thisafternoon thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon after the dissolutionof dissolution of the thejoint thejoint thejoint
joint conference of operators and andminers andminers andminers
miners of the Central andSouthwest andSouthwestern and Southwest Southwestern ¬
ern em districts and after the national nationalconvention natinalconvention nationalconvention
convention had administered a > stjng stjnging st stnging ng nging
ing rebuke to one of the oldest officers officersof offic rs rsof
of the organization for transgressing transgressingone
one of the fundamental laws of union unlonison unionimn unionhim
him in voting contrary to his instruc instructions instructions instructions ¬
tions to stand for an increase of ofwages ofwages ofwages
wages
Grim ana an Steadfast SteadfastWhen SteadfastWhen SteadfastWhen
When the lusty voices of the miners minersmingled minersmingled minersmingled
mingled in the singing of America Americahad Americahad Americabad
had hushed an oppressive silence fell fellupon fellupon fellupon
upon the assembled delegates and as asPresident asPresident asPresident
President John Mitchell slowly pro propounced propounced propounced
pounced the words which adjourned ad the theseventeenth theseventeenth theseventeenth
seventeenth annual convention with without without without ¬
out day thus dissolving every hope of ofaverting ofaverting ofaverting
averting a gigantic industrial war warwithout warwithout ar arwithout
without the intervention of some un unexpected unexpected unexpected ¬
expected and powerful influence the theminers theffiiners therniners
miners marched out of the hall their theirfaces theirfaces theirfaces
faces set with a grim determination determinationwhich determinationwhich determinationwhich
which showed the steadfastness stead ± astness of ofpurpose ofpurpose ofpurpose
purpose which has marked the th history historymaking hIstorymakIng historymaking
making session just closed The ap apparent apparent apparent ¬
parent determination of both operators operatorsand operatorsand operatorsand
and miners indicates that neither will willmake willmake willmake
make overtures for fo further negotia negotiations negotiations negotiations ¬
tions and unless some influence not notnow notnow notnow
now foreseen step into the breech br cb
550000 men controlled by the United UnitedMine UnitedMine UnitedMine
Mine Workers will walk out of the theirines theIrines thewines
irines in every section of the country countryon
on April 1 1Only 1Only 1OnJy
Only Chance C ance Remaining RemainingThere RemainJngTh RernainngThere
There Th re have been intimations that thattwo thattwo thattwo
two agencies agenciesthe the president of the theUnited theUnit theUnltqd
United Unit q State and the National Civic CivicEetJejatlon Civiced CivicPedatIon
PedatIon ed 1t1on may m be pe beappeaied apleal appealedv to to set seti setrih
rih EetJejatlon i 1 tirofStm m tfbn TiBgbfeiai3onsj T goUati otIdt ns 1to 4vrehabilita 4vrehabilitation < rebabmta rebabmtation r babilItation ¬
tion of the jointstate agreement or atleast at atleast atleast
least a discussion of some possiblemeans possible possiblemeans poSsIblemeans
means of bringing the Operators and andminers andniirers d dmirers
miners together for further negotia negotiations negotiatiens ¬ i itiens
tiens tionsSc tiensSc I ISc
Sc far as known however there t ere is isnothing isnothing isnothing
nothing upon which to base an asser assertion assertion assertion ¬
tion that either the president or the thecivic thecivic thecivic
civic federation havex have decided to offer offertheir offertheir offertheir
their services servicesPerhaps servicesPerhaps servicesPerhaps
Perhaps the most significant state statements statemfnts staterncnts ¬
ments made by President Mitchell Mitchellduring Mitchellduring Mitchellduring
during any session of the present con convention convention convention ¬
vention were made this afternoon first firstin firstin firstin
in his admonition to all the miners minersthat minersth minersthat
that th t each individual make prepara preparations preparations preparations ¬
tions to establish a strike fund which whichwill whichwill whichwill
will make each miner selfsustaining
for at least a reasonable length of oftime oftime
time and again when in answer to the thequestion thequestion thequestion
question of a delegate who wished to toe
be e enlightened as to the correct sense senseof senseof senseof
of the resolution adopted yesterday
he said saidThe saidThe saidThe
The resolution adopted yesterday is iscapable iscapable iscapable
capable of no two interpretations and andat andat andat
at the proper time all such questions questionsshall que questiorthshall tioI tioIshall
shall be answered answeredInterview answeredInterview answeredInterview
Interview With Mitchell MitchellDuring MitchellDuring MitchellDuring
During an interview this afternoon
President John Mitchell discussed some
of the phases of the situation
Never in the history of this country
has a strike of farreaching effect been
threatened said Mr Mitchell It means meansa
a national suspension of mining if the
strike comes on at the expiration of our ourmining ourmining ourmining
mining contracts March 31 and it iif iifcludes includes iiicludes
cludes the anthracite district
Will this action of the miners includ ¬
ing the anthracite districts in order that thatiM thatontracts thatcontracts
iM contracts shall be signed until all ob ¬
tin t in agreements have any effect on the themeeting themeeting themeeting
meeting of the anthracite miners and andoperators andoperators andoperators
operators on Feb 15 15I 15I iSI
I dont know at this time he said
Will you meet the anthracite operat operators opera operatort t torL ¬
ors ort t that time timeYes timeYes timeYes
Yes he replied that is the plan at
thistime and no changes have been made m de
in the plans plansAccording 1lansAccording piansAccording
According to the figures given out by
the national officers of f the miners ar arganizatlon argamzatlon arsamzation
ganizatlon they theYexpect expect the strike to bring bringminers
out over 600000 menabout 150000 union unionJrJners unIonminers
miners in in in West Virginia and Pennsylva Pennsylvania
nia with the 450000 union miners
Of thus number about 150000 will be out
in the anthracite districts 85000 in the
Pennsylvania bituminous districts 38000
in Ohio 1700 in Indiana 60000 In Illinois
16000 in Iowa 30000 3O OOO in West Virginia 3000
in Michigan Uicl gan and approximately 60000 in i
Kansas Missouri Texas Indian Territory Territoryand lerritoryend
end nd Arkansas ArkansasThe Ark ArkThe ArkansasThe
The states st te enumerated will be the scene sceneof sceneof sceneof
of the greatest part of the battle
Mr Mitchell said that never in the his
tery of this country was there an organi organization organiz organizatlon ¬
zation z tlon that thatcn called led out so many men in inone iuone lxione
one strike having such SU h widespread ef ¬
fect
Grave Responsibility ResponsibilityI
I have said he declared that the re responsibility resronslbiUty resrouslbllity ¬
sponsibility of bringing on such a strike strikewas strikewas strikewas
was a grave responsibility for any people
We have been slow to assume any a y such suchresponsibility suchresponsibmt suchresponsibiiity
responsibility and the responsibility re nslbilfty rests restsas restsas restsas
as any onecan onecansee see on the operators
The prosperous condition of l the coun ¬
try warrants an increase for the tl a miners
We accepted cepted a decrease by our votes two twoyears twoyears twoyears
years ago when at the time we were con condemanded convinced convinoed
vinced that the condItions of the coqn coqntry
demanded de dediL it We have ever been ready
to tpatand 8tand right rIghtandwestand and nndwestand twestand right now
When Then questioned < about thecost the co cost t of ot the theanthracite theantbr theanthritclte
anthracite antbr Clte strike he said th that at Its l ± s cost
had been estimated by the anthracite anthracitestrike anthracitettike anthracitestrike
strike commission to be a loss los of 525000
000 of wages to the miners 550000000 s5 ooo OOOOOO of ofprofits oCprofits ofprofits
profits to the operators perators2c00ooo 2G000000 OOOOOO loss in infreight infreight Infreight
freight rates ratesThere ratesTh ratesThre
There Th re were other items of loss that thatraised thatraised thatraised
raised the total figures much over 100 100OOOOO
000000 for the strike It lasfeda lasted a little littleover lIttleover littleover
over twentysix weeks weeksPresident weeksPresident weeksPresident
President Mitchell estimated that four fourpeople tourpeople fourpeople
people are dependent on every miner On
this estimate a national strike such as is isplarJied isplatJled isplanned
planned will affect over 2000000 people
dependent on the mining Industry for their
daily bread breadThe breadThe breadThe
The dollar assessment would raise ap ¬
proximately 2500000 national n tiona1 treasury
fuids by April Aprill 1 This organization now
has in cash In its Itsn national tional district sub
district and local treasuries 267513442 26 513442
The Th two funds on April 1 will probably probabbplac probablyplace
place 55000 5OOOQ90 000 cash available availa1 > le for strike strikeJJurDO strikexiurDoses
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BATILEINSIDE BATTLEIPINSIDEPARISCHURC BATILEINSIDEPARIS
PARISCHURC PARISCHURCFierce PARIS CHURCH CHURCHFierce
Fierce Resistance Hade by Catholics CatholicsWhen CatholicsWhen CatholicsWhen
When Officers Appeared AppearedtoEn AppearedtoEnforde toEn toEnforde to En Enfor
forde for e the fiw fiwPiris Law LawParis laWParis
Paris Feb 2 2The Thechurch ohurch church of StPierre StPierreDu St t Pierre PierreDu i
Du Grds Gr s Caillouwas Caillou was the onlyone oI yone where wherean wheran
an inventory iIwent ry had been ordered to be taken takentoday takentoday taientoday
today in accordance with the law provid providing providIng providing ¬
ing for the separation of the church and andstate andstate andstate
state The authorities adopted rigorous rigorousmeasures rigorousmeasures rigorousmeasures
measures to repress disturbances and the thethreatened thethreatened thethreatened
threatened counter demonstration by so socialists socIalists soclalists ¬
cialists against the militant Catholics who whogathered whogathered whogathered
gathered at the church and in conse consequence consequence consequence ¬
quence the Rue St Dominique on which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the church is situated had the appear appearance appearance appearance ¬
ance of a street in a besieged city All Allthe AUthe Allthe
the shops in the neighborhood of the theedifice theedIffce theedifice
edifice were closed cordons of armed armedmunicipal armedmunicipal armedmunicipal
municipal guard on foot were stationed stationedatlntervals stationedatIntervals stationedatIntervals
atIntervals along the street and a squad squadron squadron squadron ¬
ron of mounted municipal guards with withdrawn withdrawn withdrawn
drawn swords patrolled the thoroughfare thoroughfareand
and kept the crowds moving movingRegular movingRegular movingRegular
Regular Battle Ensued EnsuedWhen EnsuedVhen EnsuedWhen
When the prefect M Lepine arrived arrivedthe arrivedthe arrivedthe
the bells were w re tolled and the people in inside insIde inside ¬
side the th church numbering about 3000 3000began 3000began 3000began
began singing psalms while outside the therowdy ilier therOwdy
rowdy r wdy element shouted revolutionary revolutionarysongs
songs M L Lepine thrice summoned the thecongregation thecongregation thecongregation
congregation to open the inside gates gateswhich gateswhich gateswhich
which the people refused to do and then thenfiremen thenfIremen thenfiremen
firemen were ordered to force an en entrance entrance ontrance ¬
trance using their hatchets As A they theymounted theymounted theymounted
mounted ladders in order to break in the thewindows thewindowS thewindows
windows of the Chapel of the Virgin an anannex ananneC anannex
annex of the church revolver shots rang rangout rangout rangout
out and the firemen retired Later a fire fireengine fireengine fireengine
engine arrived upon the scene s ene and andamidst andamidst andamidst
amidst a shower of missiles the firemen firemenscrambled firemenscrambled firemenscrambled
scrambled up to the roof with a hose hosethe hoethe hosethe
the water was turned on and the interior interiorof
of the building bull ding was soon flooded In Intho Iuthe Inthe I
the meantime the doors had been bat battered battered battered ¬
tered down but the municipal guards guardsfound guardsround gu rds rdsfound
found barricades inside and met with withfierce withfierce withfierce
fierce resistance Numbers Numbersof of the guards guardsand guardsand guardsand
and the congregation were severely hurt hurtbut hurtbut hurtbut
but the authorities auth rIties eventually Qbtalned Qbtalnedthe obtainedthe
the mastery and the demonstrators were werecaptured werecaptured
captured one by bYpne one and led to the near nearest nearest nearest ¬
est station house houseIn houseIn houseIn
In the meanwhile the unruly crowds crowdsoutside crowdsoutsid crowdsoutside
outside had broken through the cordons cordonsof
of the municipal guards and attempted attemptedto
to reach the church and engage in the
fight with its defenders de fenders but the mount mounted mounted mounted ¬
ed guards dashed through them in time
Disturbances in the church continue as asthis asthis asthis
this dispatch Is filed Crowds are in increasing hicreasing increasing ¬
creasing in i numbers around the edifice edificewhere edifIcewhere edificewhere
where it Is estimated about 1S00 18 < > persons
have gathered The police force present
Is not strong enough to hold the th people
back The municipal guards have re repeatedly repeatedly repeatcdiy ¬
peatedly charged and nd the rioters shout
Assassins as arrested demonstrators demonstratorsemerge demonstratorsemerge demonstratorsemerge
emerge from the t e church and are taken takenawayunder tak takenaway n naway
awayunder away under escort escortAll escortAll SL SLAll
All the officers who entered the church churchemerged church churcemerged churchemerged
emerged covered with blood and their theirclothes theirclothes
clothes torn and soaked to the skin skinSEVEN sldnSEVEN skinSEVEN
SEVEN SERIOUSLY INJURED INJUREDMost INJUREDMost INJUREDMost
Most of theWounded theWoundedinth In the Church ChurchNot ChurchNot ChurchNot
Not Badly Hurt HurtParis HurtParis HurtParis
Paris Feb 3 Sof Of the 120 persons ar arrested arrested axrested ¬
rested in connection with the thechufch church riots riotsonly riotsonly riotsonly
only fortyseven have been detained in incustody incustody Incustody
custody among them the Count De Boille Boilleand BoUIeand Boilleand
and Robert dHarcdurt nephew nep ew of the theCount UeCount theCount
Count De Mun who was arrested and andreleased a u1dreleased d dreleased
released at St Clothildas church yester yesterday yest yestda yesterday ¬
day da also one priest and two municipal municipalcouncillors municipalcounciUors municipalcouneillors i
councillors Among those wounded in the theconflict theconflict theconflict
conflict it Is believed there are not many manyserious manyserious manyserious
serious cases but as most of the injured injuredwere Injur injuredwere d dwere
were conveyed to their residences it Is 1simpossible Isimpossible isImpossible
impossible to ascertain definitely The Thepolice T TJiepolice e epoUce
police give the names of seven persons personsseriously personsseriouslY personsseriously
seriously injured Including the Marquis MarquisDaugblgny Marq MarquisDaugbigny ls lsDaugbigny
Daugbigny and two priests The worst worstcase worstcase worstcase
case recorded is that of a a youth named namedDe namedDe namedDc
De Lassus whose skull was wa fractured fracturedThe fracturedThe fracturedThe
The Gaulols states that an art student studentnamed studentn studentnamed
named n med PradierIs is dying from hisinjuries
SENATE CO COMMITTEE MlmE HAS REACHED AN N ttllT ttllTVarious AGREHnENTVariouS AMNTVarious
Various Railroad Rate Bills BjllsWili Will Be Voted Upon Feb 16 1 6 and andthe andthe andthe
the Ones Receiving the th IVFosf IostVOte Votes tes1 Will WillBe C CBe r rBe
Be Reported
Washington Feb J The senate com committee committ cornmitt ¬
mittee mitt e on interstate cdmmerce cdmme ce today todayreached todayI todayicached
reached I ached an agreenront 8o > < Tee nt to vote upon the thevarious thEvariouS thevarloua
various railroad r ilroad rate bills on Feb 16 16There 16There 16There
There are three measures measures being pressed pressedfor pressedfor pressedfor
for consideration oonslperation oonsi leration The DofiverClapp bill billthe bllIthe billthe
the Elkins bill and the Foraker bill The Themeasure Themeasure Themeasure
measure which receives the largest num number number numher ¬
ber of votes will be reported to the sen senate sente senate ¬
ate te as the majority measure It is likely likelythat likelythat likelythat
that both the other bills will be given to toThe tothe tothe
The senate In minority reports reportsIt rep rts rtsIt
It was agreed further that the com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee shall meet on Feb 9 and from fromthen tromthen fromthen
then on every day until somev som bill Is de determined determined determined ¬
termined upon uponSOI uponREAL uponEA
REAL EA MUTER 1NIER IN THE T fAST EfflBalmy fASTI fASTBalmy EASTBalmy
I
Balmy Weather of the Past PastFew PastFew PastFew
Few Weeks Gives Way W yto ytoa to toa toa
a Cold Wave WaveWashington WflveWashingf WaveWashIngton
Washington n Feb 2The 2T weather bu bureau bureau burcau ¬
reau reports tonight that a cold wave waveextends waveextends waveextends
extends over the eastern portion of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States the lake region and vari various van vanous ari arious ¬
ous portions of the west with extremely
low temperatures in many places The Thecold Thecold Thecold
cold wave came from the extreme north northwest northwest northwest ¬
west and moved over the Mississippi Mississippia
a and id d Ohio valleys the lake region and andover andover andover
over the Atlantic states generally The Themercury Themercury Thumercury
mercury has fallen considerably as far farsouth farsouth farsouth
south as Savannah where the record so sofar sotar sofar
far is 42 degrees with possibility of offreezing offreezing offreezing
freezing before morning In northern northernNew northernNew northernNew
New York unofficial reports show as low lowas lowas lowas
as 20 degrees below zero at various variouspoints variouspoints variouspoints
points The weather bureaus b reaus reports reportsshow reportsshov reportsshow
show that the temperature today was 30 30degrees 30degre 30degrees
degrees degre s below at Rockliffe Ont 24 de degrees ilegrees e ¬
grees grees below at Sault Ste Marie Mich
10 below be1 w at miluth Des D s Moines and Keo Keokuk Keokuk Keokuk
kuk and 16 degrees below at Moorhead MoorheadMinn MoorheadMinn MoorheadMmii
Minn MinnThe MinnThe
MmiiThe
The cold wave will not be of long du duration duration duration ¬
ration as indications from all sections sectionsgive sectionsgive sectionsgive
give prospects of more moderate weath weather weather ¬
er very soon soonPlattsburgh soonPlattsburgh soonPlattsburgh
Plattsburgh N Y Feb 2 Telegraphic 2Telegraphlcreports 2Telegraphicreports Telegraphicreports
reports from the Adirondack regions to today today today ¬
day state that the temperature dropped droppedabout droppedabout droppedabout
about forty tor degrees there last 1 st night nightYesterday nightYesterday nightYesterday
Yesterday it was almost like April Aprilthroughout Aprilthroughout Aprilthroughout
throughout the north woods but today todaythe todaythe todaythe
the thermometer registered from 12 to 20 20degrees 20degrees 20degrees
degrees below zero zeroNew zeroNew zeroNew
New York Feb 2 2The The mild weather weatherof
of the last few weeks was broken today todaywith todaywith todaywith
with the advent of a cold wave The tem temperature temperature ternperature ¬
perature began falling at midnight and andthe andthe andthe
the thermometer registered 15 above zero zeroat zeroat zeroat
at 10 a m mPIttsfleld mPittsfield inPittsfield
Pittsfield Mass Feb 2 2The The mercury mercurytook mercurytook mercurytook
took a decided drop today Within six sixteen sbcteen sixteen ¬
teen hours the temperature changed forty
1 degrees registering 2 above zero this thismornins thIsmornin thismorning
morning morninsPlttsburg morninPittsburg morningPlttsburg
Plttsburg Feb 2 2The The coldest weather weatherof
of the present winter is being experienced experiencedIn
In this vicinity The weather forecast Is Isfor isfor i
for colder weather tonight tonightCleveland tonightClevel8J1d tonightCleveland
Cleveland 0 Feb 2 2ohio Ohio today ex exprienced exprienced cxpnienced
prienced the coldest weather of the win winter winter wintar ¬
ter Zero weather was generally reported reportedand reportedand reportedand
and a stilllower still tower temperature Is promised promisedfor
for tonight tonightBuffalo tonightBuffalo tonightBuffalo
Buffalo N Y Feb 2 2The The coldest coldestweather coldestweather coldestweather
weather of the winter was recorded record d here heretoday heretoda heretoday
today toda At S a m the thermometer reg registered regIstered
istered 1 below belowREADY belowREADY belowREADY
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READY TO GET OUT OUTTacoraa OUTTacoma OUTTacoma
Tacoma Wash Feb 2 William Welsh Welshcommissioner Welshcommissioner Welshcommissioner
commissioner of public works who was wasone wasone wasone
one of the accused accus d in the bribing testi testimony testimony testimony ¬
mony that the citizens committee of oftwelve oftwelve oftwelve
twelve tried to present to a grand jury jurybut jurybut
but who was exonerated by the city coun council councll councii
cil resigned r today to toa ay He e says that he heintended heintended heintended
intended to resign several months ago agobut agobut
but could not quit under fire
I
The Hepburn house bill is expected to t
bebeforj be b before for thesenate the senate by b that time and
that will furnish fuxr sh the th basis for the dis discussions discussions diecussions ¬
cussions in committee The authors of
the senate s nah bill will use every effort to
amend the house bill so as to include includerran3
many of the provisions of their measures
This is true particularly of Senators El
kins and Foraker the DoliverClapp bill
leing l drawn on lines similar to the mea ¬
ure pending In the house It is thought
likely that the Hepburn bill with 1th amend ¬
ments to be b made in the committee will
receive a majority ma rIty report This Thf will not
prevent the other bills from being re ¬
ported by the minority minorityCM minorityCADET
CADET MILLER IS PARKED PARKEDExpulsion PARDONED PARDONEDExpulsionT PARDNEDExpulsion I
Expulsion Too 00 Severe a Pun Punishment Punishnlent Punishment ¬
ishment for His Slight In Indulgence Indulgence indulgence ¬
dulgence in Hazing HazingWashington HazingWashington HazingWashington
Washington Feb 2 2The The president presidenttoday presidenttoday presidenttoday
today pardoned Midshipman John Paul
Miller of Kentucky recently convicted convictedof
of hazing at Annapolis Naval academy ac demy
The reasons rea ms assigned assigr ed for the pardon pardonis
is that the accused is one of the best
students of his class that his academic
record recordis is excellent excell nt that so far as known
this case is the only one of hazing with
whichhe which he has been connected that he
only committed an offense off nse against the themilitary themilitary themilitary
military laws aws but the dismissal would
be a harsh punishment for a single in instance instance instance ¬
stance of misconduct mi conduct involving no
cruejty or immorality on his part and andno andno andno
no serious hardship or ignominy upon
the part of the others othersSecretary othersSecretaty othersSecretay
Secretary Bonaparte points out on his hisendorsement hisendorsement hisendorsement
endorsement that the accused should
be punished but that dismissal would wouldnflict
Inflict greater injustice inj tice than to let the theoffense theoffense theoffense
offense go unpunished unpunishedJAPS unpunishedJAPS d dIf
If r rlAPS
JAPS ARE ARECROWDING ARECROWDINGAMERICAN CROWDING CROWDINGAMERICAN CROVDINGAfVJERICAN
AMERICAN MARKET MARKETSan
San Francisco Jan 2 2The The local ap ¬
praisers office yesterday gave out a list
of gocds of staple quality that are now
being imported from Japan The list
does not Include the regular staples of
that country count but manufactured articles
of almost every kind and description The rrh rrhreport Threport
report shows showsthat that the Japanese are en ¬
croaching upon American rican industry to an
Alarming extent A few years ago none
of these articles came from Japan Now
they th y are Imported and sold here after
the duty is paid much cheaper than the
American manufacturer can turn them
out outPiTTSBURG outPITTSBURG
rt C CPITTS
PiTTSBURG PITTS BURG BROKERS BROKERSMAKE BROKERSMAKE BROKERSMAKE
MAKE AN ASSIGNMENT A ANASSIGNMENTPittsburg J ASSIGNMENTPittsbursr ASSIGNI ENT ENTPittsburg
Pittsburg Feb 2 Announcement was wasmade
made today that Fred L Fast Co
brokers brok r3 located in the Park building
Fifth avenue and Smithfield street have haveadE haveuade navsmad
mad adE > a voluntary assignment to Clar Clarence ClarenCe Clanence ¬
ence enCe Nevinston secretary s of the North
American Savings company The firm firmvasnot firmvlasnot firmwasnot
vasnot a member of the Pittsburg stock stockexchange stockex tockexcliatt
exchange exchangeThe ex excliatt ch anOe anOeThe ° e eS
S The ilabiUties liabilities art given as 100000 tiioooowhile 100 100000while 000 000while
while the assets are said to be equal
Mr Nevinston N who took charge said he hewould hewould
would wOQld probably Issue a statement later laterLONG laterI laterLONG
I 0 0LONG
LONG CAREER CA EER ENDED ENDEDLondon ENDEDLondon ENDEDLondon
London Feb 2 2Lord Lord Masham Samuel SamuelunlilfeLister
CunliffeLister the patentee of many I Iinventions
inventions Including a compressed air I Ibrake
brake for railroads and a wool comb ¬
ing machine died this morning at Swin
ton Abbey Mashaui county of York He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was born hi 1815 18J and was created a baron baronl
in inj8014 l 1S33
S
CRUEL GUARDIAN GUARDIANSTOPSWEODlNG1 6UADIANSTOPSWEDDING
STOPS STOPSWEODlNG1 STOPSWEODlNG1Appointed NEDDM NEDDMAppointed I IAppointed
Appointed to Help Hel Bring Youth and andloved andLoved andLoved
loved One On Together Ee With Withholds Withholds Withholds ¬
holds Consent ConsentDIFFERENCE Consenti ConsentDIFFERENCE ConsentDIFFERENCE
i
DIFFERENCE IN AGE CAUSE CAUSECHANGES CAUSECHANGES CAUSECHANGES
CHANGES HIS MIND AFTER HE HESECURES HESECU HESECURES
SECURES SECU RES AUTHORITY AUTHORITYBetrayed AUTHORITYBetrayed
Betrayed heartlessly by the one in inwhom inwhom inwhom
whom he had placed his hope of future futurehappiness futurehappiness futurehappiness
happiness David Drake a youth em erni employed employed
i ployed in one of the t e valley smelters smeltersleft smeltersleft smeltersleft
left the city and county building yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday afternoon with his promised promisedbride promisedbride promisedbride
bride He was single still and she was wasa wasa
a widow still just as they had been beenbefore beenbefore beenbefore
before Loves young dream had been beenshattered beenshattered beenshattered
shattered by a callous newspaper re reporter reporter reporter ¬
porter who refused to do what had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been expected of him himDraka himDrako himDrake
Drake appeared in the county clerks clerksoffice clerksoffice s soffice
office to state that he was 19 years of ofage ofage ofage
age that his mother was dead that thathis thathis thathis
his father lived in Arkansas and that thathe thathe thathe
he wished to be married He H ex explained explained cxplalned ¬
plained that he had been earning his hisown hisown hisown
own living for several years and that thathe thathe thathe
he did not wish to wait until his hisfathers hisfathers hisfathers
fathers consent to the marriage might mighthe
he secured securedGets securedGets securedGets
Gets Lawyer and Guardian GuardianThe GuardianThe GuardianThe
The obliging attaches of the clerks clerksoffice clerlsoffice clerksoffice
office explained that it would be neces necessary necessary necessary ¬
sary to secure a guardian who would wouldconsent wouldcon wouldconsent
consent con ent to the match and advised the theboy theboy theboy
boy to consult a lawyer Drake asked askedto
to be directed to the nearest lawyer lawyerThe lawyerThe lawyerThe
The nearest lawyer was Harry S SHarper SHarper SHarper
Harper court reporter of theDeseret thaDeseretNews theDeseretNews theDeseretNews
News who is a member of the bar barMr barMr barMr
Mr Harper was in the room at the thetune thet thetime
tune t lne and was wascalled called over The situa situalion situaIion
iion lion was explained to him and he vol volunteered volunteered volunteered ¬
unteered his services immediately re remarking 1eIrarking reirarking ¬
Irarking that he had been young once oncehimself once oncehimself oncehimself
himself and had a strong dash of sen sentiment sentiment sentiment ¬
timent in his system yet yetThe yetThe yetThe
The next step was to find a guard guardian guardian guardIan
ian Walter Talter J Sloan court reporter of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Telegram came alongand along and Harper Harpergrabbed Harpergrabbed Harpergrabbed
grabbed him Sloan proved to be sen sentimental seli selitimental sentiment ¬
timental l also so and expressed a will willingness willingn willingnss ¬
ingness ingn ss to be guardian The trio fol followed followed followed ¬
lowed by several persons who had hadlearned hadlearned hadlearned
learned of the negotiations proceeded proceededto
to Judge T dg dgd George G Armstrongs court courtroom Oourtroom courtroom ¬
room Judge Armstrong had just sent senta
a jury out and was able to hear he t the thepetition thepetlt therietitlcin
petition petlt n at once After Aft r the necessary necessaryexplanations nec necessaryexpthnatlons ssary ssarycpl
explanations cpl naUons had been made to the thecourt theCourt i icourt
court Judge Armstrong in considera consideration consideration considerstion ¬
tion of Drakes statements that he had hadbetn hadbEEn hadbeen
bEEn earning his own ovniiiring living apart from fromliis fromnis fromhis
his father for several years granted grantedthe grantedthe grantedthe
the petition petitionGuardian petitionGuardian petitionGuardian
Guardian Sloan led the procession processionback processionback processionback
back to the clerks office They Theymarched Theymarched Theymarched
marched to the press room where
Sloan assumed a dignified and pater1 pater paternal paterira
nal ira manner and directed Drake to
fetch on the bride brideJudge brideJudge brideJudge
Judge attorney and guardian had hadnot hadnot hadnot
not seen the bride up to this time All Allthose Allthose Allthose
those present expected to meet a timid timidmaid timidmaid timidmaid
maid about Drakes age ageDrake ageDrake ageDrake
Drake returned in a 2 few minutes minuteswith minuteswith minuteswith
with the bride whose name was not I ot
learned She proved to bs b an anattrac attrac ¬
tive blonde but she was undeniably
several years Drakes senior seniorGuardian seniorGuardian seniorGuardian
Guardian Withdraws Consent ConsentGuardian Cons ConsentGuardian nt ntGuardian
Guardian Sloan directed that the thercom thereom thercom
rcom be cleared of all but principals principalsattorneys principalsattorneys principalsattorneys
attorneys guardians and members of
the press pressWe pressWe pressWe
We will now go into executive
ses session seson session ¬
sion on he announced announcedDuring announcedDuring announcedDuring
During the executive session the
bride stated that she was 23 years of
age that she was a widow and that
she had two children the older one 4 1 I
years ears old oldft oldHUm oldHum
Hum remarked the guardian
ft
You are sure you want a marriage
license are you youfig man You are
not thinking of adoption proceedings
v 6 6Drake
are you youDrake youDrake
Drake protested that he desired to
wed weaThe wedThe ed edThe
The guardian conferred with with the cou couj ¬
pIe separately and together and then th ri
went into ultraexecutive session with
the legal adviser adviserE adviserDash adviserDash
E Dash it don dont > t try to put it up to
me the legal adviser was heard to
mutter Tm only onlythe the attorney in this
case Youre oure the guardian l Chop your
own wood woodfathead woodYes woodYes
Yes but you got me into this y yOu U
fathead fathe d retorted the guardian
I did not You butted into it and
now you ou can butt out your own way
Youre always hanging around me try ¬
ing to grab gr b off something anyway
The guardian mounted the throne
again againThis againThis againThis
This here wedding is off he stated
briefly to the horror of the prospective
high contracting parties I wlthold
my consent consentThe consentThe consentThe
The bride withdrew evidently in the
belief and hope that Drake Drake would kill
Sloan SloanDrake SloanDrake r rDrake
Drake proved to be a sensible young
chap however He discussed the mat ¬
ter calmly insisting that he had been beena
a man m n to all intents iptents 4anI and 1ti purp05 purposQS s f for forseveral l
several years and that he knew his hisown hisown hisown
own mind Sloan proved rovepobdur obdurate andaided and
aided bythe by the tlegal adviser v lavished lavishedsage lavishEdsage lavishedsage
sage counsel on the young man Drake
4left left after afterassurJng assuring the thektr pair air thathe en
tjertafnedno t rt i edno hard feelings fe elings 1 toward ward them themand themand themand
and believed they th y were were doingwhatthey doipg wlvttthey
belie belieid ela d Cwas vas thright tliEnIkhtth1ng right < ttiing tJing1 The two twocontributed twocontributed twocontributed
contributed their services gratis so
that Drakes financial loss was w merely
the coat of filing the guardianship pa papers papers papens ¬
pers
Formal Statement Issued IssuedThere IssuedThere IssuedThere
There Is nothing n thlng funny aboutthis aboutthisaffair about f thi thiaffair this thisaffair
affair declared Sloan in a formal formalstatement formalstatement formalstatement
statement issued i ed late in the afternoon
It is a serious serlo Us matter and should not
be treated as a jest j st With the respon responsibility respon responsibiJity responsibility ¬
sibility for the future welfare ofthis ofthisyoung of this thisyoung thisyoung1
young man on my shoulders I was wasobliged Was Wasobliged wasobliged
obliged to view the situation seriously serlouslvMarriage
Marriage is a grave step and I did not notcare notcare notcare
care care to assume the responsibility of this
boys union to a woman who is by her herown herown heroi
own own admission fQur years older than thanhe he
is aridwho and who is not younger thanshe than tshe ad admits admUs admits ¬
mits in my private rivate opinipnI opinion I think thoiikevery thinkevery ththkevery
every parent In Salt Lake City and andevery andevery andevery I
every fairminded person will agree
NEW NEiCOAL COAL MINES MINESTO
TO BE BEOPERATED BEOPERATEDMagnates OPERATED OPERATEDMagnates
Magnates of the East Back the themony Han Hanmony Itarimony
mony Company Which Will WillOperate WillOperate WillOperate
Operate in Utah UtahRAILROAD Uta UtaRAILROAD UtahRAILROAD
RAILROAD TO PROPERTIES PROPERTIESBIG
BIG BUSINESS ON THE COAST 13 13EXPECTED ISEXpECTED 1 1EXPECTED
EXPECTED EXPECTEDFor
For the purpose of closing clo ing up the de details deo deotails details ¬
tails with respect to the building of a arailroad araJIro arailroad
raJIro railroad d out from the tn mines to a gonnao gonnaotioii CJo eonnectioxi C Ction
tioii with the main highways of trans transportation transportation transportation ¬
portation and to look after oth othr r import important importnt Imporbant ¬
ant nt matters General Manager R A AKirker AKirker AKirker
Kirker of the Harmony Coal compeny compenypulled compenypuHed compenypulled
pulled out for the east last evening Ha Hagoes Hegoes liegoes
goes first to Chicago then to New York Yorkand Yorkand Yorkand
and before returning a month hence he hewill hewll1 hewill
will visit his old home in Virginia VirginiaWhile VirgintaV11i1e VirginIaWhile
While our company has been be n organized organizedfor
for nearly a year ear said Mr Kirker dur during during durlag ¬
ing the day rwe we have not been in a po position position position ¬
sition where we could talk Now we dont dontcre cQntC dontcare
care C te for anybody or anything anU ng The Har Harmony Harmony Hanmony ¬
mony company oomp n30 now has the backing of ofacme ot80m ofsomh
acme of the most formidable interests ia iathe i ithe IAthe
the ranks of the Pennsylvania Penm Ylvani8 anthracite anthraciteand Bllthraciteand anthraciteand
and steel operators and plans for the fu future future futhre ¬
ture have been b n all mapped out It is isnow isnowsimply now nowsimply nowsimply
simply a matter of carrying them out outand outand outand
and that will be done just as rapidly as aspossible a4PG a apossible
possible PG slble
Mines in Southern Utah UtahOur UtahOur UtahOur
Our company owns over 1400 acres res of ofthe Ifthe otthe
the finest coal land in this state and a agreat a agret agrtt
great deal of ft It t is already patented paten ted These Thesemines Thesemines Theseiidues
mines are located in the Harmony dis district dJstrcL distrct ¬
trict bordering the line dividing Iron and andWashington andTashington indWashington
Washington counties Six great veins of ofcoal otcoal ofcoal
coal all of which are semianthracite oC oCfine otfinE offine
fine grade have beta be n opened up and are arenow aranow arenow
now ready to produce heavily heavilyDuring heavilyDudng heavilyDuring
During the last few months surveys surveysfor surveysfor surveysfor
for a line of railroads have been made madeand madEand madeand
and we shall soon begin the construction constructionof
of a line that will be fortyodd miles long Ionsandwhich longand longand
andwhich and Which will give us direct connection connectionwith connectionwith
with the markets of the world We Te ex expect expect expetit ¬
pect to do an enormous business with Pa Pacific Pacific Pacific ¬
cific coast cities and harbors and we al already xiiready ¬
ready know kno where a large business is iscoming isCGming i iccming
coming from The company is not antici anticipating antlctpfting antlelpiding ¬
pating any trouble with the railroads railroadsdesignated railrOtl railroaadesignated s sdesignated
designated as common carriers and we weheve webeve weive
heve not been to them seeking tariff tariffagreements t tariffagreements rIl rIlAgreements
agreements When we are ready to offer offerbusiness otferb1siness offerbusiness
business to them we shall expect them to tohandle tohandle tohandle
handle it and have no doubt they will willdo willdo vil1 vil1do
do so
Backing Declared Strong StrongThe Strongfbe StrongThe
The Harmony company Mr Kirker Kirkeradded Kirkerad Nirkexaded
added ad erl proposed to become a factor fact r in inthe inthC inthe
the coal oai mining coke manufacturing and andkfrdred andk andkrdred
kfrdred k Irlred business bustn ss enterprises of this far farwestern farwH farwestern
western wH tern country countryWhere countryWh8re countryWhere
Where the companys compan s railroad r would wouldrun wouldrun wouldrun
run or where it t would establish esta Ush a terminal terminalMr
Mr Kirker would not say but as forty fortyor
or fifty miles of road from the mines minescould minescculd minescould
could hardly reach a connection conne tlon other otherthan otherthan otherthan
than on the Salt Lake route the pre prestmption prest presimption
stmption st is that the road will run west westerly westerly westerly ¬
erly from Harmony and hit the line to toLos toLos toLos
Los Angeles somewhere in the t e neighbor neighborhood ne1ghbohood neighborhood ¬
hood of Modana Construction or 01 the thebranch thebranch thebrunch
branch line should 8Iso make easy con connection oonuection eonsection ¬
section with the iron mines and the tact fajctthat tactthat factthat
that big steel operators have gone into intothe intothe intothe
the Harmony company comp ny leads to the belief beliefthat belfefthat beliefthat
that the handling of some of the big iroa iroadeposks IrcIldeposits ircudepoaks
deposits is also a a part of the general generalplan gen generalplsn ral ralp1
plan planMARRIAGE p1 plsnMARRIAGE n nMARRiAGE
MARRIAGE ACKNOWLEDGED ACKNOWLEDGEDMizner ACKN JWLEDGED JWLEDGEDMizner
Mizner Moves His Trunk to toYerkes fh fhYerkes thai thaiYerkes
Yerkes Mansion MansionNew MansionNew MansionNew
+ + New York Feb 2 2Doubt Doubt as to 4the 4 i ithe
+ the marriage of Mrs Charles T TYerkes TYerkes 41 41f
f + Yerkes to Wilson Mizner was set setat setat + 4at <
+ at rest today by the filing of the thecertiftcate 4 4certificate f
4 + certificate of the marriage with withthe withthe 4 +
4 + the bureau of vital statistics In Inaddition 41 4addition
+ 4 addition one newspaper quotesf quotes quotesMrs 4 4Mrs
4 + Mrs Yerkes in confession Accord According 4 4ing <
4 + ing to this paper Mrs Yerkes said saidtoday saidtoday + f
+ today todayAll +
4 + All I can say is that I am hap happily +
4 + pily married marrl marrlWilson 4 4Wilson f ff
+ f Wilson Mizner left his hotel to today 4 f
4 4 day and with his baggage blLgg ge drove to tothe 4 <
4 the Yerkes home on Fifth avenue avenueHe 4 4He f ff
+ f He said he might give out another anotherstatement 4 4statement f ff
+ f statement on the marriage soon soont 4 4PARSONS 4 4PARSONS
t 1 6 + t t t + + H HPARSONS
PARSONS OFSALT OFSALTLAKE OFSALTLAKEMEMBER LAKE LAKEMEMBER LAKEME
MEMBER ME J1BER OF COMMUTES COMMUTESDenver COMMITTEDenver
Denver Feb 2 2A A Er E De Ricqueles oi oiDanver otD8nyer o oDenver
Denver H S Sd Boiae ot otKansasCity Kansas City Mo MoM 1Ioltf
M 1 K IC Parsons of Salt Lake City J M MBoardrnan
Boardrnan of Helena H lna Mont and Peter PeterMacGregor Pet PeterMacGregor l lMacGregor
MacGregor have been appointed by the
American National Livestock I vetock asaocla asaoclatiohs aSBocIati01t5 associatios
tiohs execiittve committee as s a 8 commit committee committee commIttee ¬
tee to t go to Washington Feb 20 an anurge and andurge 3 3urge
urge the passage of the th bill allowing
thirtysix hours for stock in transit n sit in instead instead instead ¬
stead of twentyeight hours the present
limit limitThe UmiLThe limitThe
The executive committee will name a
board pf control to take charge of the theassociations thea theaasociatloas
associations a affairs aff rs between the meet
ings ing of the executive body bodyWAITING bodyWAITING bodyWAITING
WAITING FOR FOR F OG TO TOLIFT TOLIFTVancouver LIFT LIFTVancouver LIFTVancouver
Vancouver Feb 2 3For For thirtysi
hours the steamer Empress Empr s of China
from the th Orient OTI has
nt been lying st t an anchor anchor anchor ¬
chor in English bay outside the harbor
The Th steamer wfll not attempt to come
through tho Narrows into port until the
fog which has been dense for two days
lifts She has a valuable cargo includ ¬
ing a million dollars worth of silk si k Her
passengers and the mails were landed by
the steamer Joan JoanHEAVY JoanHeAVY JoanHEAVY
r
HEAVY D DAMAGESCLAIMED DAMAGESCLAIMEDt DAMAGES AM AGES CLAIMED CLAIMEDSan CLAIMEDSan4
t 0 1
San San4 FranciscoFeb Franci Fraicisco cor Feb 2 2James James Mitchell
father of Jimmy Mitchell the J2year J2yearold 12 2ar 2arold tllr tllrold
old boy who losthis life by an anexploston explosion
in in4theboller the boiler room rao of the thexsteanj steem schooner s < 1oner
Despatch D spat h pn the 8th th of last l t morfth mO moifthhas th has hastbrought
brought1 suit against agaln t theV th OeLIff O6litorIia ornia rpia
Oregon Steamship company lSr ft flii fS1tro fS1trodamages 425150damages 25150 25150damages
damages damagesthat damagesthat damagesthat
that I i did the right thing If I L Lerred Lerredthe erred erredthe erredthe
the court can remove me hut while whilethis wliilethis whilethis
this boys welfare restsin rests in my hands nalidsI nalidsIshall I Ishall 1shall
shall prevent his hi marriage to a a woman womanso
so much older than he is isAdded isAdded isAdied
Added to the Sloan statement ststem nt ntthis wau wauthis wa wathis
this thisIWe
thisWe
IWe We concur concurHARPER concuruHARP concurHARPER
uHARP HARPER Legal Adviser AdviserDrake AdviserDrake AdviserDrake
Drake does not look older than his hisannounced hisannounced hisannounced
announced age He has three courses coursesopen coursesopen coursesopen
open to him aside from letting the mat matter matter matten ¬
ter rest He may secure a sworn state statement statement statement ¬
ment containing his fathers cqnsent cqnsentwljich cqnsentwhich cqusentwhich
wljich which wouldgovern he may secure the theremoval thermoval
removal rmoval rnoval of Slpaiv a ajguardian i guardian on n the the1Jnd theQu1nd
1Jnd that the latte latteidsnota4hssn latteidsnota4hssnproper ls notiaitfit < i iproper
proper person or or r he may ma wait tw tw twyears twyears < i iyears
years and teH the guardian to fcegQae
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