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THE SALT LA LAKE K HERALD SATURDAY FEBR ARY 10 1906 I 5
dllsTOMs USTOMS HOUSE HOUSEDEAL
11 DEAL DEALCOMES GOMES UP UPJIeating upk
k Rearing Before House Committee on onthe onthe onthe
the Sesplution es1utio of Represent Representative Representative Representative ¬
ative Sulzer SulzerROTTENNESS SulzerROTTENNESS SuizerROTTENNESS
ROTTENNESS IS CHARGED CHARGEDFULL
FULL INFORMATION IS NOW DE DESIRED DESIRED ¬
SIRED SIREDWashington 51 SIREDWashington RED REDVashington
Washington Feb 9 9A A hearing was washeld wasbeld wasc1d
held c1d today before the house cfcrpmittee cfcrpmitteeon
on public buildings > and ground3 on the theresolution theresolution theresolution
resolution introduced by Representa Representative RepesentDrtlve Bepresentattlve ¬
tive Sulzar of New York In regard re ard to tothe tothe tothe
the sale of the old New York customs customsLouse customRouse custornRous
Louse ouse ous property The resolution called calledfor calledfor calledor
for or information as to when the deed deedwas deedVas deedwas
was executed where it was deposited depositedand depositedand depositedand
and why it has not been recorded in inINew inNew inew
New ew York county and for Information Informationin
in connection with the sale of the prop property proprty proparty ¬
arty rty Mr Sulzer stated to the commit committee committee committee ¬
tee that the authorities in New York Yorkhave Yorkbave Yorknave
have not been able to find when the thedeed thedeed thedeed
deed was executed or where it was de deposited deposited dernsIted ¬
posited rnsIted or any information concerning
Jt He also assailed the treasury de department department deartment ¬
partment artment for the transaction pro pronouncing pronouncing pronouncing ¬
nouncing it an unspeakable outrage on onthe onthe onthe
the governmentand on the city of New NewlYork NewYork NewYork
York
Government Paying Rent RentHe RentHe RentHe
He stated that the property was wasworth wasWorth wasworth
worth 6000000 when It was sold and andUs ands
Us s worth 10000000 now He stated that thatmore thatmore thatmore
more than 1000000 had already alread r been beenpad beenpaid beenpaid
paid to the National City lank Qa k for forrent forrent forrent
rent He further stated that not a dol dollar dolJar dolar ¬
Jar ar had h d been paid for the property by
the National City bank He declared declaredthat declaredthat declaredthat
that there ought to be an investigation Investigationby
by congress of the whole affair affairSecretary affairSecretary affairSecretary
Secretary Taylor of the treasury de department department deartment ¬
partment replied to the charges In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the first place he said a1d no deed ever everhad everbad everhad
had been executed therefore it could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not not be deposited anywhere and could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not be recorded The reason the deed deedhad deedhad deedhad
had not been executed was because the theproperty theproperty theproperty
property was not fully paid for and un under under under ¬
der the contract the National City bank bankwas bankWas banlwas
was not compelled to make final pay payment payment paynient ¬
ment and get the deed until the new newcustoms newcustoms newcustoms
customs house was completed completedIn
In reply to the charge that the Na National National National ¬
tional City bank had not paid a 8 dollar dollarfor dollarfor dollarfor
for the property he said the full fullamount fullamount fullamount
amount had been actually transferred transferredto
to the credit of the government at the thesubtreasury thesubtreasury thesubtreasury
subtreasury in New York making a apayment apayment apayment
payment as complete as though the theactual theactual theactual
actual currency had been paid over overMr overMr over1r
Mr 1r Taylor stated that the transaction transactionconnected transactionconnected transactionconnected
connected with the sale of the customs customshouse customshouse customshouse
house property was as clean and intel intelligent Intelllgent IntelIlgent ¬
ligent a 8 transaction as any ever made
fay b a public officer officerThe officerThe officerThe
The resolution of fr r Sulzer provides providesthat providesthat providasthat
that the attorney general shall furnish furnishInformation furnishinformation furnishinformation
Information about the deed The com committee committee cornrnlttee ¬
mittee agreed to make a favorable re report report report ¬
port on Mr rr Sulzers resolution after It ItFhall ItFhall Itshall
Fhall have been amended so that the thesecretary thes thesecretary
secretary s > of the treasury is the official officialof ofllcialof
of whom information concerning the thecustoms theR thecustoms
customs house sale shall be sought soughtGENERAL soughtGENERAL u h
eOs
GENERAL R JOHN J JOHNEATON EATON DEAD DEADDeceased DEADIleceased AD ADJ
J Deceased at One Time President of
Board of Trustees of Sheldon SheldonJackson Sheldonackson
Jackson College Here HereWashington HereWashington HereWashington
Washington Feb 9 9General General John JohnEaton JohnEaton 3olinEaton
Eaton a distinguished civil war veteran veteranend veteranand veteranand
and noted educator died here today aged agedi7
77 i7 7 years At one time he was editor ed tor of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Memphis Post In 1870 he became became1nlted
United States commissioner of education educationwhIch educationwhich
which position he held for sixteen years yearsand yearsand yearsand
and afterwards became president of Ma Marietta lIarietta Marietta ¬
rietta college col1 Ohio and of Sheldon Jack Jackson Jackson Jackson ¬
son college Salt Lake City CitrHe
He established the th educational system systemof s stem stemof
of Porto Rico under the military occu occupancy occupancy occuancy ¬
pancy ancy of the United States and became becamesuperintendent btcunesuperIntendtmt becwesuperintendent
superintendent of public instruction instructionthere Instructionthere instructionthere
there thereGeneral thereGeneral
General neral Eaton aton was elected president of ofthe ofthe
the board of education of the Sheldon
Jackson college col1e now the Collegiate Instl In Institute tl tltute
tute in the fall of 1896 1 He did much work workIn workin
In impressing the people of this city with withthe withthe
the need of a college here He remained remainedpresident remainedvrf remainedpreskient
president vrf > si ent of the board until 1S01 1S01TRAFFIC 1SO1TRAFFIC
1 III IIITRAFFIC
TRAFFIC DELAYED BY BYHEAVY BYHEAVY BYHEAVYSNOW
HEAVY HEAVYSNOW SNOW STORM STORMPhiladelphia STORMPhlladelphla STORMPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Feb 9 9The The snowstorm snowstormwhich snstormhlch ancwstormwhich
which hlch prevailed last night and today todaythroughout todayTlroughout
throughout d the eastern ea tern portion of Penn Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania was the heaviest heavi st of the winter winterIn winterIn
In the mountain regions from fifteen fifteen1rhes
Jrrhcs jr hs to two feet of snow was reported reportedIeam
Steam Ieam railroad and electric railroad railro d traf traff
fc f was considerably con lderablv delayed during the theearly thOel1ly theetrly
early hours of the day but tonight the thesituation thesituation thesItuation
situation was so much Improved that
there th lc was little or no delay del a reported A A11ge Arge
li 11ge rge number of collieries in the th anthra anthracite anthracite anthracite ¬
cite regions were unable to operate bej be bens becase
muse ns of the scarcity of oars and the In Ine Inll inIty
e ll llty of o sufficient men to reach the theENGLISH
1i11fS 1i11fSENGLISH 3i es esENGLISH
I
ENGLISH MISSIONS MISSIONSDESTROYED MISSIONSDESTROYED MISSIONSDESTROYED
DESTROYED IN CHINA CHINAPekingr CHINAPeking CHINAPeking
Peking Feb 0 A dispatch from Amoy Amo Amoto
today to ey confirms the report of the destruc destruction destructIon ¬
tion of the English En Ush Presbyterian and an
Roman Catholic missions at Changpu ChauKJuthirty Changputhirty
thirty miles from from Amoy by a mob de described defcribed deecribed ¬
scribed as having been eompos composed d of Box Boxers Boxers Boxers ¬
ers The damage amounts to 80000 The
American missions mt lonB were uninjured De DetaU8 Deta1h ¬
tails are lacking l cklng
The sentiment in the neighborhood neJ hborhood of
Changpu Is hostile to foreigners and it
Js considered strange that the American Americanmissions AmericanmIssions AmericanrnIsLons
missions were te not molested as the boy ¬
cott of American goods Is strong there thereFULL thereG thereFULL thereFULL
G
FULL RIGHTS DEMANDED DEMANDEDrape
rape ape Town ro n Cape Colony Feb 8 tTho tThomands The Theffomands
ffomands mands of the colored inhabitants of the j
Transvaaal and Orange Rivsr Rlv r colonies for I
full political rights are becoming more in infjstent infJstent Inrstent I
fjstent The African > > Colored Political as aseccatlon ufc3tlon asrcatlon
eccatlon representing all South Africa
Is preparing a monster petition to King
Edward asking for all the political rights rightsenjoyed rIghtsenjoroo rightsenjoyed
enjoyed by the whites which will be pre pros presntfd pretnted ¬
s sntfd nted in London by b a a deputation of col colorfd colred eelerfd
orfd red men from South Africa AfricaTHE Atri AfrkaTHEWEAK < a aTHE
THE THEWEAK THEWEAKSTOMACH WEAK WEAKSTOMACH WEAKSTOMACH
STOMACH STOMACHwill
will retain ret retainPOSTIJM 1n 1nPOSTUM
POSTUM POSTUMFOOD
POOD COFFEE COFFEEand
and receive strength strengthTheres strengthTheres strengthTheres
Theres a Reason
Ogden News NewsOffice
Office 2484 Washington Ave AveOgden AveOgden AveOgden
Ogden Saturday feb 10 10Report 10COMPROMISE 10www
www wwwCOMPROMISE
COMPROMISE IS RU RUMORED RUMOREDReport OREO OREOReport
Report That Effort IR i C Ces ses es of ofCouncilman ofCouncilm ofCouncilmen
Councilman n Is Being BeingMade BeingMade BeingMade
Made MadeIt
It was started here yesterday yester ay that a astrenuous astrenuous astrenuous
strenuous effort was being made to ef effect effect effeet ¬
fect a compromise in the action brpugat brpugatby broug t tby
by Attorney J D Skeen against several severalof
of the city councilmen for alleged misap ¬
propriation of public pu llc fuhds It is un
derstood that the defendants have ex expressed expressed cxpressed ¬
pressed a desire d sire to their counsel to re ¬
turn to the city treasury all of the money
which it IP lj claimed they received ille illegallx illcgall illegaily
gall during their respective terms of ofoffice oforllce ofoffice
office officeIn orllceIn officeIn
In the district court this morning Judge Ju C
Howell will render a decision upon the
domurrer to the complaint in the action
brought against Councilman F W Cham ¬
bers The defendant it Is said sai has made madean madean madean
an endeavor to have the complainant complainantwithdraw complainantwithdraw
withdraw the accusation before the court courtrenders courtrenders courtrenders
renders an opinion In the matter
Attorney Skeen was questioned yester ¬
day regarding what position he would as assume assumo assume ¬
sume and stated that if he were ap approached ¬
proached he would positively decline to
do anything other than to fight the case caseto caseto caseto
to a finish He said that he was unalter unalterably unalterably unalterably ¬
ably opposed to compromise a case involv involvIng ¬
ing a public offense He would neither
deny nor affirm whether or not he had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been directly approached in regard to the thesettlement thesettlement thesettlement
settlement of the cases out of court courtTOWN courtTOWN courtTOIN
TOWN OF DEE IS FOUND FOUNDPlace FOUNDED FOUNDEDPlace
Place in Oregon Named in Hon Honor Honor Hotior ¬ 0
or of Distinguished Late LateCitizen LateCitizen LateCitizen
Citizen of Ogden OgderfW
W V H Eccles president of the Mount MountHood MountHood MountHood
Hood Railroad company of Hood River RiverOregon RiverOregon RiverOregon
Oregon was In Ogden yesterday Mr MrEccles MrEccles MrEccies
Eccles who is a brother to James Ec Eccles Eccles Eccbs ¬
cles of this city was returning from fromSalt fromSalt froz L LSalt
Salt Lake where he completed arrange arrangements arransements arrangeinents ¬
ments for the purchase of some rolling ro1Iin ro1Iinstock
stock and other equipment for the Mount
Hood road Mr Eccles stated that he h
had recently recentl located a town in the lum ¬
ber regions re lons of Oregon which he named L
Dee in honor of the late Thomas D
Dee De of Ogden He states that he is at
the present time erecting a lumber mill millof millof mitof
of 200000 capacity which will be driven L
by electricity at his new town Th Thmachinery Thmachinery Thimachinery
machinery will be installed in about ten L
days daysWITHOUT davsWITHOUT daysWITHOUT
WITHOUT HOME OR FRIEND FRIENDHence FRIENDHence I IHence
Hence Mary Davidson Aged 16 Is IsSent IsSent I ISent
Sent to Reform School SchoolJudge SchoolJUdge SchoolJudge
Judge A B Patton of the juvenile court
by a decision rendered yesterday in ef ¬
fect declared it an offense to be home home1ess ¬
less and friendless Mary Iary Davidson aged
16 who appears to have been a victim of ofunfortunate ofunfortunate olunfortunate
unfortunate home conditions was before beforethe beforethe beforcthe
the court and was sentenced to the state stateindustrIal stateindustrial
industrial school rhe complaint against againstthe agaInstthe againstthe
the girl charged her with unlawfully wan wandering wandering wandering ¬
dering around without a natural protector protectorand protectorand protectozand E
and with being homeless and friendless friendlessThe frIendlessThe
The young girl is not an incorrigible hut butsimply hutsimply hutsimply
simply a victim of circumstances unfor unfortunate unfortunate unfortunate ¬
tunate but not bad Her mother it is isstated isstated
stated has not been a good guardian be because because ¬ 0
cause of certain failings and as a result resultthe resultthe resultthe
the Davidson girl has been allowed to toroam toroam toroam
roam the streets at will There are many manywho manywho
who think that Judge Patton has over overstepped overstepped overstepped ¬
stepped hill authority as provided in the theact th thact
act establishing juvenile courts and it is isprobable isprobable
probable prob ble that the case will be contested 0
j Work Vorl < on Spur to Smelter Site SiteIt SiteIt SiteIt
It was U reported that the Oregon Short ShortLine ShorlLine
Line has commenced the preliminary preliminarywork 1JreUmlnarywork prellminar3work
work for the spur from the main line lineto lintto
to the proposed pro os d smelter site near Ogden t
Hot Springs The surveying has already airead r tr
been done and as soon as the weather weathermoderates weathermoderates weatheimoderates
j moderates active track laying will ly t tcommenced tcommenced
I commenced Some difficulty has been beenencountered beenencountered 1 1encountered
encountered by the railroad people in insecuring InsecurIng it L Lsecuring
securing the right of way for the spur spurowing spurowIng spurowing
owing to the fact that the property own owners owners ownera ¬
ers along the line have demanded what
is claimed to be an exhorbitant price pricefor pricefor prIcefor
for the land In this connection con condemnation ¬
demnation proceedings in a number of otcases 01cases
cases are now being prepared As soon soonas soonaa sootas
as the track is completed to the site sitethe sitethe s1t x xthe
the machinery and steel framework for forthe forthe foxthe
the smelter will be shipped in so that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the erection of the smelter can be com completed completed cornpleted ¬
i pleted i iBoard
Board of Education Meets MeetsThe MeetsThe
t tThe
The board f education last evening ovenin ovenindisposed
disposed of a a number of routine mat matters motterl matters ¬
ters The finance committee reported reportedcash r portedcash I Ir
cash on hand 3322191 and the supply supplycommittee supplycommittee suppIcommittee r
committee reported the purchase of grade gradebooks gradebooks gradebooks
books for which was expended 29750 29750One 29750One 29750One
One new case of diphtheria was re reported reported reported ¬
ported to have developed during the theweek theweek thtweek
week In a family named Brown living livingon livingon
on Grant avenue The family has just justreturned justreturned justreturned
returned from California where it is issupposed issupposed hsupposed
supposed they caught the disease diseaseThe diseaseThe diseaseThe
The teachers committee reported the theopening theopening th thopening
opening of an additional room at the theQuincy theQuincy thcQuincy
Quincy school for the purpose of reliev relieving relievIng relievlag ¬
ing the overcrowded condition that ex existed exIsted exIsted ¬
isted at that and the Madison Ma lson school schoolFamilies schoolFamilies schoolFamilies
Families Must Move MoveIne Movel11e Moveine
Ine families residing on the proper properties properties properties ¬
ties recently purchased by the Gould Gouldinterests Gouldinterests J I Iinterests
interests in Ogden have been notified notifiedto 1 Ito
to vacate within a short time This Thisis Thisis 3 3 3Is
is in connection with the erectlon of ofthe ofthe 01 01the f
the large terminals proposed for this thisplace thisplace tliixplace 5
place Some time ago the railroad peo people people peopie ¬
ple asked for bids for the removing of ofthe ofthe oi f rthe
the buildings from the land and al although althou although
though thou h the contract has not as yet been beenlet beenlet i 1
1r
let the railroad company com y is is evidently evidentlygettin evldentl3getting r r j
getting ready for the starting st rting of active activework activework activwork
work as soon as the weather will per permit permit permit ¬
mit
Going to Reservation ReservationR
R Will Emmett of Ogden one of the thefirst thefirst
thEI
first 100 in the drawing for the Ulntah Ulntahland UlntahlR11d Uinta1I i I
land is getting his equipment ready with withthe withthe withthe 1 I
the Intention of leaving here early earll next nextweek nextwoek nextweek t
week to take < < up U a homestead on the Ule res reservation roservatlon reservatlon ¬
ervatlon Mr Emmett is the first Og Oedenlte
denlte to prove up on a claim of Ulntah Ulntahland Ulntahland 1 I Iland
land He will travel overland from this thisplace thisplace thlxplace 3
place
jOgden Ogden Briefs BriefsJ
J 3 Makanoto a Japanese Japan o who died diedWednesday dfooWedn88 diedWednesday 1
Wednesday Wedn88 ay was buried from the th Ritohdy Ritohdyundertaking Rltohdun RitohdyundertakIng
undertaking un rtakfn parlors at 2 oclock yester yesterday yesterda3 yosterday ¬
day afternoon afternoonThe afternoonThe 0 0The
The Young Ladles Mutual Improvement Improvementassociation Improomentu8oelation Improvementassociation t
association of the Fifth ward will give a acolonial acolonlal s i L Lcolonial
colonial ball in the Fifth ward amuse amusement amusem amusemeat ¬
meat m nt hall on Washingtons birthday birthdaFeb birthdayFeb j
Feb 32 32A 2 2A 2A
A special train consisting of six empty emptyday ompwday omptday
day coaches left Ogden at 3 this morn mornIng mornlng mornlug
lug for Richmond Utah This train will willcarry wlllCArry willcarry
carry the persons attending the funeral funeralof 1
of President Preeid nt M L W V Merrill from Iroin Logan to toRichmond toRIchmond tcRichmond y y
Richmond and return returnA ratJrnA
A petition for letters lett rs of administration administrationin i L
in the estate of Charles Wood deceased deceasedwas deeensedwas deceasedr
was filed In the district court cour yesterday yosterdaby T r
by Mrs Alice Wood the widow The es estate estate estate ¬
tate consists of real and personal prop property property property ¬
erty of a probable value of 1135 1135When 1135Vben 1li5VThen
When the jury in the case of the State Statevs Statevs Statevs j
vs Roy Varnez announced its verdict of ofguilty ofguilty olguilty f
guilty yesterday afternoon the prisoner prisonerfell prIsopojfell r
fell forward upon the table before him himand filmand i L Land
and sobbed loudly His wife who was wasalso wasalso 3 x xalso
also in the court room became hysterical hystericaland 1 I Iand
and screamed at tho top of her voice It1 It1was It Itwas II t t twas
was some time before prder ler could coul l be re restored restored restored ¬
stored to permit the tl Q t tcrett cert ttt to name next c
Wednesday Vednesda at 10 oelojfe orl as the time for forpassing forp foxpassing r
passing p sinJ sentence
I ITHENELOPES
TAKES MONEY MONEYTHfN
THfN THENELOPES THENELOPESMatthew ELOPES ELOPESMatthew
Matthew W V Rhodes of Salt Lake Is Istinder IsI IsUnder I
0 Under Arrest in inNe inNebraska Me Mebraska Nebraska
braska braskaWOMAN braskaW braskaWOMAN
WOMAN W MAN IS GAMBLERS WIFE WIFEIS
IS SON OF DETECTIVE MATT MATTRHODES MATTRHODES MATTRHODES
i RHODES RHODES OF LOCAL FORCE FORCESpecial FORCE FORCESpecial FORCESpecihi
Special to The Herald HeraldFremont HeraldFramont HeraldFremont
Fremont Neb Feb 9 9l1 9Matthew Matthew tthew William Wil11am Wil William ¬
liam Rhodes who claims to be a son sonof sonof sonof
of Detective Rhodes of Salt Lake City Citywas Citywas Citywas
was arrested this afternoon by Sheriff SheriffBauman SheriffBauman SheriffBauman
Bauman on the charge of stealing 600 600from 600from 600from
from his parents Rhodes a woman womanpresumed womanpresumed womanpresumed
presumed to be his wife and the lat tetters latters latters ¬
ters little goldenhaired daughter have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been living in a a fashionable house at atThirteenth atThirteenth atThirteenth
Thirteenth and Main streets here un under under 0 0der
der the name of Mr and Mrs William WilliamDavis W1l11amDaYls WilliamDavis
Davis They were supposed to be bewealthy bewealthy bewealthy
wealthy and andspent spent money lavishly lavishlyDescriptions lavishlyDescrIptions lavishlyDescriptions
Descriptions furnished by the Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake authorities convinced the officers officershere officershere officershere
here the couple were the principals in inan inan Inan
an elopement but action was deferred deferredpending deferredpending 0 0pending
pending developments developmentsThe
The crisis was reached Monday when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the woman left Rhodes The money moneywas moneywas moneywas
was gone and Rhodes sought a position positionas
as brakeman on the Northwestern rail railroad railroad railroad ¬
road giving the name of Rhodes Rhodes When Whenhe Whenhe Whenhe
he returned from his first trip he was wasarrested wasarrested wasarrested
arrested arrestedHe arrestedHe arrestedHe
He confessed that the woman was wasMrs wasiIrs wasMrs
Mrs Waller wife of a Salt Lake gam gambler gambIer gainbier ¬
bIer with whom he had become infatu infatuated iritatuated infatuated ¬
ated He came here early in December Decemberand Decemberand Decemberand
and was followed by Mrs Waller and andher andher andher
her daughter He said he h took the themoney themoney themoney
money from his parents and did not GK GKpect expect cxpect
pect prosecution However Chief ChiefSheets ChIefSheets ChiefSheets
Sheets of Salt Lake tonight wired Sher Sheriff Sheriff Slierire ¬
iff Bauman to hold him himMrs hImMrs himMrs
Mrs Waller is at a hotel She claims claimsto
to have effected a reconciliation with withWaller withWaller withWailer
Waller who she says is on his wav wavhere wavhere wayhere
here being detained at Rock Springs SpringsWyo S SnringsWyo > rln s sYyo
Wyo by sickness 4fls Hs baggage has hasarrived hasarrived hasarrived
arrived here She says saysMy sayslIy saysMy
My husband and I are square now nowHe nowHe nowHe
He figured in an affair similar to this thisin tht thtIn thisin
in Idaho and I forgave forg ve him While I Iwas Iwas Iwas
was in a resentful mood afterward afterwardRhodes arterwnrrlRhodes afterwardRhodes
Rhodes proposed our elopement t and I Iagreed Iagreed I Iagreed
agreed to go with him himThe himThe himThe
The little girl Is beng cared for by byfriends byfriends byfriends
friends The couple bought 500 worth worthof worthof
of furniture by paying 200 cash to toIaob tcJacob
Jacob Kavish a local dealer Th Thpv Thpvhave ThAvhave v vhave
have other debts also alsoWilliam alsoJ alsoGOOD alsoRANK
J
GOOD ° ° RANK FOR UTAH MfN MfNWi ME MEWilliam
William Wi Ilia 111 C Barker and Stephen StephenW
W Wallace Get Honors Honorsat
at Annapolis AnnapolisAnnapolis AnnapolisAimapolis Annapolis1Annapolis
Annapolis Feb 9 DThe The official figures figuresof
of the standing of the graduates during duringthe durIngthe duringthe
the whole course were issued today tod y Al Allen Allen Allen ¬
len J Chantry Chantr jr of Malvern Ia leads leadsthe leadsthe leadsthe
the class with a multiple of 51725 Among Amongthe Amongthe Amongthe
the first seven graduates with star starrank starrank starrank
rank having received So per cent as an anaggregate anaggregate anaggregate
aggregate in all subjects was William C CBarker CBarker CBarker
Barker jr of Salt Lake City
Robert L Chormley Moscow Ida Rus Russell Russell Russell ¬
sell AVillsen Wyoming Stephen W Y Wal Wallace Wallace Vallace ¬
lace Salt Lake City Lem M 1 Atkins AtkinsButte AUdnsButte AtkinsButte
Butte Mont Vestal B Coffin Boise BoiseIda BoiseIda BoiseIda
Ida and William A Glassford jr Las LasVegas LasVegas LasTegas
Vegas N M were among the first twen twentyfive twentyfive ¬ I
tyfive ii the class classThree classThree classThree
Three midshipmen who are members of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the first class will have charges of hazing
lodged against them tomorrow and andtwelve andtwelve andtwelve
twelve mare have been found deficient in inone Inone inone
one or more branches of study An even
100 will receive their diplomas from Sec Secretary Secretary Seeretary ¬
retary Bonaparte on Monday MondayWilliam MondayWilliam MondayTi1Iiam
William C Barker jr is a native of ofUtah ofUtah ofUtah
Utah and was educated in the public publicschools publIcschools publicschools
schools of Ogden and Salt Lake He Hegraduated Hegr Hegraduated
graduated gr duated from the Ogden High school schoolin
in 1900 and in the following year went to toStanford toStanford toStanford
Stanford In the competitive examination examinationhe ex mination minationhe
he was easily first and was appointed appointedmidshipman appointedmid8hipman appointedmidshipman
midshipman by Senator Thomas Kearns KearnsBarker KearnsBUker KearnsBarker
Barker will probably enter the construc construction construction construetion ¬
tion corps corpsStephen corpStephen corpsStephen
Stephen W V Wallace is the son of H HJ HJ HJ
J Wallace of this city He went through throughthe throughthe throughthe
the Jackson academy and was a junior in inthe inthe inthe
the University of Utah when he was ap appointed appOinted appointed ¬
pointed by former Senator J L Rawlins RawIInsBoth RawlinsBoth RawlinsBoth
Both young men will return to Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake on a a visit before entering the navy navyproper navyprop navyproper
proper properPresident prop
o 1 1NO
NO 0 NEVI NE FOREST RfSERVS RfSERVSPresident ESRVESPresident
President Roosevelt Will Wait Waitfor Waitfor Waitfor
for Congress to Take Action Actionon
on the Heyburn Bill BillSpecial BillSpecial BillSpecial
Special to The lh Herald HeraldWashington HeraldVashington HeraldWashington
Washington Feb 9 9It It was stated at atthe atthe
the office of the forest service today
that no new forest reserves will be cre created created
ated pending consideration in congress congressot
of the Heyburn bill which provides for fortaking fortaking
taking out of the hands of the president presidentauthority presidentauthorlty presidentauthority
authority to create reserves without the thesanction thesanction
sanction of congress This action it was wasstated wasstated wasstated
stated Is by direction of the tl e president presIdentIn
In the meantime protests are being filed filedwith filedwith
with the forest service by Wyoming
Colorado Oregon and other western sen senators senators senators
ators and representatives against the thecreation thecreatlon thecreation
creation of a number of proposed re reserves reserve reserves ¬
serves in these states statesProfessor statesProfessor statesProfessor
Professor Elwood Mead and Represen Representative Representativ Representativo ¬
tative Mondell were given a hearing be before before before
fore the house agricultural committee to today today
day in behalf of an amendment to the theagricultural theagricultural
agricultural appropriation bill by apply applying
Ing 20000 2 OOO at the disposal of the thebureau thebure thebureau
bure bureau u of experiment stations for con conducting conducting conducting
ducting practical experiments in dry dryfarming dryfarming
farming in western states statesThe statesThe
The secretary of the interior today todaysent to todaysent ay aysent
sent to congress his recommendation of ofSenator ofSenator ofSenator
Senator Smoots proposition for the ap appropriation appropriation appropriation ¬
propriation of 10000 to aid the Kaibad KaibadIndians KaibadIndians KaibadIndians
Indians The secretary states that this thisamount thisamount
amount would secure s < cure sufficient sufficfe tltld Irtid and andprovide andprovide andprovide
provide lands and implements houses and andlivestock andllvestock andlivestock
livestock for these Indians seventy in innumber Innumber innumber
number to make them selfsupporting selfsupportingand
and recommends the insertion of the theItems theitems
items in the Indian appropriation bill billSUIT blllSUIT billSUIT
SUIT AGAINST THE THESANTA THESANTA THESANTA
SANTA FE IS DROPPED DROPPEDTopeka DROPPEDTopeka
Topeka Kan Feb 9 9The The suit against againstthe againstthe
the Atchison Topeka Santa Fe Railway Railwaycompany Railwaycompany Railwaycompany
company brought by the state of Kansas Kansasto
to oust that company from the state statewhich statewhich statewhich
which was commenced at Sedan Kan KannearIy ICannearly
nearly a year ago ag was dismissed at Se Sefian Sedan Scfl
dan fl tonight The railroad company companyagrees companyagrees companyagrees
agrees to pay all the costs of the case caseThe caseThe caseThe
The suit was brought by the State on onInformation oninformation
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ney of Chautauqua county allowing vlo violations yb yblatfons
latlons of the state antitrust laws l ws nam Imming ham hambag
ing over thirty transportation and car carlIne carline
line companies with which it was al alleged alleged
leged the Santa Fe had traffic agree agreements agreexnents
ments The action was commenced at attfie atthe atthe
the time the state web W swept by anti antlStaridnrd antiStandard
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Best seeded raisins 3 pounds poundsu25c poundsu25cLoose 25c 25cLoose
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CURRENT TIME TABLE TABLEDepart TABLEDepart TABLEDepart
Depart Daily DailyNo DallyNo7 DailyNo
No No7 7 Los Angeles Limited 415 PM PMNo P PNo PMNo
No ILos 1 Los Angeles Express Exprcss1201 Express1201AM Express1201AM1o 1201 AM AMKo A Me
Ko 1051 51 For Stockton and Tintio745 AM AMl
l 10 o 63 For Nephi and Sac Sapete SapeteValley pete peteValley peteValley
Valley 800 AM AMNo AMNo AMNo
No 53 For Garfield n n30 A ANo ArL ArLNo AMNo
No 65 For Nephi i 45 IJr P PNo PM PMNo
No 61 For Mephi ephl and Lynn Lynn9SO 9SO PM PMArrive P PArrive PMArrive
Arrive Daily DailyNo DailyNo
No 8 Los Lo Angeles Limited 5f55 5f55No 1545 PM PMNo PMNo
No 2 Los Angeles Express630 Express630No M MNo
No 62 From Lynn and Nephl9SO A ANo AM AMNo
No 54 From Garfield 120 PM PMNo P PNo PMNo
No 66 From Nephl and Sanpete SanpeteVallev SanpeteValley
Valley uu uuNo 130 130PM 130PMNo PM
No 64 From Nephi NephiNo ephl 535 EU 14
No 52 From Tintlc Tint and Stockton600 stocktonS stocktonSFIN1 PM PMFINEST PMFINpgT
FINEST FIN1 < Ar DINTNO PAR A ATSERV1CE R SERVICE IN INTHE INTHE INTH
THE TH WEST ONLY DIRECT LINE TO TOLOS TOLOS TOLOS
LOS ANGELES STAGE CONNEC CONNECTIONS CONNECTIONS CONNECTIONS ¬
TIONS FOR NEVADA MINING CAMPS CAMPSCITY CAMPSCITY CAMPSCITT
CITY T KET OFFICE
17 West Second South Phones 19S6 19S6J
J L MOORE DIst Pass Act AsrtTime A ATime ActTime
Time TabU TabUIN T Tab1IN abl ablIN
IN EFFEGr EFFEGrJAN EFFE EFFErJAN r rJAN
JAN 1 1906 1908ARRIVE 1906ARRIVE 1906ARRIVE
ARRIVE ARRIVENo ARRIVENo4From ARRIVENo
No No4From 4 4From From Ogden Chicago ChicagoOmaha ChicagoOmaha ChicagoOmaha
Omaha St Louis Kansas KansasCity 515 a m
City and Denver DenverNo DenverNO8From DenverNo
No NO8From S SFrom From Ogden Portland PortlandButte 830 a m
Butte and San Francisco FranciscoNo
No C GFrore From Ogden and inter intermediate ¬ 930 a m
mediate points pointsNo poIntsNo pointsNo
No 12 12From From Ogden Cache CacheValley CacheValley CacheValley
Valley and intermediate intermediatepoints 1145
points S SNo a m n
No 18 ISFrom From Chicago Omaha OmahaOgden Omahacf OmahaOgden
Ogden and intermediate intermediateponts I i 405 4 0 0Ponth
ponts PonthNo cf p m mNo2From
No No2From 2 2From From Ogden Chicago ChicagoSt
St Louis Kansas City Cityii
Omaha Denver and n San SanFrancisco
515 5 15
Francisco FranciscoNo ii fscoD p m mDEPART mNo
No 10 10From From Ogden Oi3den Cache CacheX CacheValley
Valley le Butte Portland and 135
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DEPART DEPARTNo DEPARTNO6For
No NO6For 5 5For For Ogden Omaha OmahaCity
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110 1O
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No NO7For 7 7For For Ogden Portland
Butte San Francisco and in 1fl2fl
termedlate points 1030 lu i ae aeNo a n TI D iiNo
No 1 lFor For Ogden Omaha
Chicago Denver Kansas
City St Louis and San 15ft
Francisco FranciscoNo 136 uU rt P ffl fflNo mNo ffl
No 11 UFor For Ogden Cache Val Alfl
ley and Intermediate points 110 i to p m mChicago m mNo 111No
No 17Fr Ogden Omaha
Chicago and intermediate intermediatepoints ggg gggpoints
points pointsNo 555 p p m mNo 111No
No 3 3F 3For For r Ogden Denver
Kansas City Omaha St fl
Louis and Chicago ChicagoNO9For frffi Uu ° n p Pm m 01 01No 10No
No NO9For 9 9For For Ogden Cache Val ¬
ley Butte Helena Portland
San Francisco and inter HIE HIEmediate iijgmediate
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City Ticket Office 201 Main Street
Telephone 250
Note NoteTho Tho train numbers shown above
are Oregon Short Line train numbers and
do not apply to the Southern Paclf Pacific west
of ofOgtlen Ogden or the Union Pacific east easeCURRENT
thereof thereofCURRENT thereotCURRENT
CURRENT TIME TABLE TABLEIn
In Effect Dec 10th 1905 1905LEAVE 1905LEAVE 1905LEAVE
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY CITYNo CITYNo
No 11 for Ogden 1025 A A JM
No 6 for Denver and East 850 A M
No No2 2 for Denver and East 350 P M t
No No4 4 for Denver and East 800 P M
No 13 for Ogden and local points 605 P M MeNo
No 10 for Heber Provo and
Marysvale 800 A M MNi
No Ni 8 for Provo and anc Eureka 600 P M MNo MNo is isNo
No 3 for Ogden and West 1110 P M MNo MNo
No N 1 for Ogdei and West West145 145 P AL ALNo 31No M MNo6
No No6 6 for Ogden and West 1035 A M MNo MNo 31No
No 102 forlPark for Park City 815 A AL ALNo lrNo 31No
No 112 for Bingham 810 81 A M MNo MNo 31No
No 114 for BIncrhnm Rln hm SrOO 3 OO P AL ALARRIVE Ai AiARRIVE 31ARRIVE
ARRIVE SALT LAKE CITY CITYNo CITYNo CITYNo
No 12 from Ogden and local localpoints localpolnts localpoints
points 950 A M MNo 11No 31No
No 6 from Denver and East 1023 A At AtNo AiNo1 3tNo
No No1 1 from Denver and East 135 1 35 p 1 MNo M 3jNo MNo8
No No8 8 from Denver and East 1100 P pNo AL ALNo MeNo
No 9 from Heber Provo and andMarysvale and101ar andMarysvale
Marysvale 101ar svale 600 P PNo6 P31 P31No AL ALNo
No No6 6 from Ogden and West 840 A AI AINo 11No 31No
No H 1 from Ogden 225 P Al AlNo MNo 31No
No 2 from Ogaen and West 340 P pNo M MNo AtNo
No 4 from Ogden and West 750 P PNo M MNo MNo
No 7 from Eureka and Provo 1000 A AL ALNo M MNo 31No
No 10 101 from Park City 515 P M MNo MNo 31No
No 113 from Bingham 1050 A AL ALNo MNn 31No
No 115 11 from Blnehnrn 540 P M MPERFECT MPERFECT 31PERFECT
PERFECT DINING CAR SERVICE SERVICEAll
All trains except Nos 1 to 6 inclusive inclusivestop includvestop inclusivestop
stop at intermediate Int < rmedlate points pointsTicket volntsTicket pointsTicket
Ticket office Dooly block Phone 2S 205 205I
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Salt Lake Ogden Railway Co CoSIMON CoSIMON CoSIMON
SIMON BAMBERGER BAMBERGERPresident BAMBERGERPresident BAMBERGERPresident
President and General Man Mamtger MamtgerTime ger gerTime er erTime
Time table In effect Nov 5 1305 1305LEAVE l 190gLEAVE O OLEA
LEAVE LEA VB SALT LAKE LAKEe
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