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2 THE T SALT LAKE LA L lR HERALD FRIDAY MABCH 9 1906
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OGDEN NEWS NEWSt
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I Office 2484 WashIngton Avenue AvenueOgden
I Ogden a ch I
81G COMPANY ORGANIZED ORGANIZEDWealthy OROANIIEOWealthy
Wealthy Business Men to Man Manufacture Manufacture Manufacture ¬
ufacture Portland Cement Cementon
on Large Scale ScaleTho ScaleThG
Tho largest oompH oomp8lty y organized In the thehistory th thhIstory ththistory
history 6t t Weber couhty was Incorpo Incorporated fncorpomted Incorporated ¬
rated here yesterdhy The Thel I new concern concernis
is the Union Portland Cement company companywith companywfth companywith
with a 3j capital stock of ofWOOO 12600000 600000 divided dividede dividedInto
i Into to Shll ot tu vlue lue ot 100 aach o h
The e stock Is largely subscribed by Salt SaltLake
4 Lake Ogden and Morgan business men menThe menThe menThe
The concern conc rn Is incorporated for a pe period perIod PCrlQd ¬
riod of 100 years Otrs Ten thousand shares sharesOlf sharesbt
Olf r the flllitnl capital atnflr stock are ato r classed > laeur > l as n pre pre1errcd pretencd nro nroferred
ferred stock and the remaining shares as ascommon asccmmon aseGmmon
common stock Dividends Dlvk1 ntIs of 7 per cent centper center centber
ber per er annum payable pa able Quarterly are guar guaranteed guaranteed gearanteed ¬
anteed upon the preferred stock The in incornoratOTS Incoro inCODoWS
cornoratOTS coro tots are 103 in ii number and th thtotffr thtoU thto4fftTht2nt
totffr toU to4fftTht2nt afrfmmt f 5unt subscribed is 500300 all of ofwhich ofwhich ofwhich
which is for the preferred stock Ten Tenper Tenp Tenper
per p r cent of the entire capital has been beenpaid ooonpaId beenpaid
paid and the balance b lance due upon each in inin incomomtc IncoErj4cs
comomtc coErj4cs > fs subscription in is payable pa able in in ini instaI1ift instat1niIIts
staI1ift stat1niIIts fits i of 10 per cent as called for by bythe bytho bythe
the directors directorsThe directorsThe directorsI
I The officers of the hew concern are arePresident arcPresident arePresident
President C W NIbley vice presidents presidentsReed presldentsj presidentsJoseph
Joseph Scowcroft 11 S Browning am amReed and andReed
Reed Smoot secretarytreasurer James JamesPIngree JamesPlrgree TameaPingree
PIngree These together with C E EJIurphy EIurphy Eturphy
JIurphy Carl Leonardt J AV Yo Abbott AbbottAman AbbottAman AbbottAman
Aman Moore B Ti O a Blackman James JamesMack Jameslack JanlesMack
Mack lack Angus T Wright D A Smyth SmythXhaflee SmythCharlee SmythXharlee
Xhaflee Zeimer and Adam Patterson are arethe arethe arethe
the directors of the company companyZ companThe companyThe
Z The largest stockholders are C W WJfibley Wibhcy v vIbleh
Jfibley Ibleh Salt Lake 500 shares M S SBrowjiing SBrcrwning SBrowing
Browjiing Joseph Scowcroft James Pin Pinree Plngr PinrOe
gr rOe e Adam Patterson of Ogden Ol en and Reed Reedmoot ReedSmoot ReedSmoot
Smoot moot of Prove each 250 5O shares James JamesMack Jamesfack JamesMack
Mack fack and J W V Abbott Abb tt Ogden 200 shares shareseach shareseach shareseach
each A T Wright D H Peery estate estateJ
J P ONeill Charles Zeimer Scoville ScovilleBrothers ScoviJIeBrothers Scovillef
f Brothers D A ASmyth Smyth Ogden E H HJones HJones HJones
Jones Kelton Aman Moore Portland PortlandColo PortlandColo PortlandCob
Colo Cob A Leonardt Los Angeles and C CE CE CE
E Murphy Salt Lake 100 shares each eachSome eacllSome eachSome
Some of the others from out of the city cityvho citI cityv1o
vho are interested Int lested are Joseph Howell Howellof Howe Howellof I Io
of o of Logan Thomas Owens and Heber M MWells 1L 1LreIlE MWe1h
Wells reIlE of Salt Lake and Heber J Sears Searsof Searsof Searsof
of Chicago ChicagoThe ChicagoThe ChicagoThe
The company c has recently purchased
2300 acres of land near Croyden a short shortdistance shortf1I shortdItance
distance f1I tance east of Ogden on the line of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Union Pacific which contains rock rockof rockof
of 0 a high quality and it is here that thatth thhtth thatthe
th the < plant will be located This rock has hasundergone hitslmfrgone hasun6rgone
undergone the most severe tests at thehands the thehands thehands
hands of Aman Moore who was formerly formerlyconnected former1lrnected formerlycqrnected
connected cqrnected with the Portland Cement Cementcompany Cementompany Cementcompany
company of Portland Colo Cob The company companywas companyJiS
was w JiS organized by b Mr Moore and J JA VAbbott W WAbbott
Abbott A cboU of Ogden while James Pintfree Pintfreeof Plmneoofthls
of ofthls this city ity financed the project Ma MacKInery MacHInen Machlnery
cKInery for the plant has already been beenordered beenord beenordered
ordered ord r and work on the same will be becommenced berommenced becommenced
commenced within a short time timeFRANK timeFRANK timeFRANK
FRANK CHECKETTS IS FREE FREEPreliminary FREEPrelinlinary FREEPreHminary
Preliminary Hearing on Charge Chargeof
of Killing His Father Ends Endsin
in His Release Releaser
B llor r the second time Frank Checketts CheckettsIhe CheckettstbeiSyearoid
Ihe tbeiSyearoid th lSyearold 1Sye rold boy who shot and killed killedhis klUedhf killedh13
his hf father about two weeks ago In de defense deferse deferse ¬
ferse of his mothers life was set free freehere fre frellere freehere
here yesterday l terday ChecKetts was exon exonerated exoncrated ¬ I Iorated
orated by the coroners jury jur but later laterCounty laterCounty I
County Attorney Attome > E T Hulaniaki filed filedcharges filedctargos filedcharges
charges against him for voluntary man manslaughter mllnslaughter manslaughter ¬
slaughter and shortly shortl before S oclock oclocklast oclocklast oclocklast
last evening Judge J D Murphy ordered orderedthe orderedthe orderedthe
the boy bo released from custody custodyThe custodyTbe custodyThe
The evidence submitted at the prelim prelimnary prelimnary prelimnary
nary trial yesterday was in substance substancethe substancethe I Ithe
the same as was introduced at the in inqfiest IniC n nqn
qfiest qn iC st About the only new feature and andone andone andone
one that was quite sensational was waselicited wasEllelted waselicited
elicited from Mrs Checketts wife of oftha ofthd ofth
tha th dead man and the boys mother On Oncrossexamination Oncrosexamlnation Oncrossexamination
crossexamination Mrs Checketts said saidthat saidwat saidthat
that her husband had so severely beaten beatenone beatenone beatenone
one of their children a number of years yearsago yearsgo yearszigo
ago go that it bled from the nose and two twodays twodays twodays
days later the child died diedIn diedIn diedIn
In explaining this incident the womantated womanstated woman womanstated
stated that some years ears ago she gave rave birth birthto
to twins twln8ooe one of whom horn a a girl is npw npwliving npwJiylng npwliving
living While but a toddling infant one oneof oneIf
of If 1 them lingered the father who cruelly cruellybeat cruelbbeat cruellybeat
beat if about the face and back The Thefollowing Thefdlowlng Thef1lowIng
following day the child took ill and in intwo Intwo Intwo
two days da s passed pas ed away a The inference inferencewas
was left that the beating given the lit little little littie ¬
tle one by the parent was as the cause of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th fatal Illness after fter hearing all the thetestimony thetestimony thetestlm
testimony testlm ny produced by the state Judge JudgeMurphv Judge1Iurph JudgeMurphy
Murphy ordered the prisoner released and andthe andthe andthe
the SToD ft ii bail bond remitted remittedWill remittedWill remittedwill
Will Make Improvements ImprovementsThe
I
The board of f trustees of the state in industrial industrial industrial ¬
dustrial school last evening considered a aletter aletter aletter
letter from the state board of examiners examinersrelative examinersrelative examinersrelative
relative to creating a deficit of 54000 4fXXI to tomake tomake tomake
make improvements in the main building
The communication was referred to toCommlttee a acommittee acommittee
committee of three whose duty It wIllbe willbe will willbe
be to see that the necessary improve improvements Improvements improvernents ¬
ments are made madeFinnegan mlldeFinnegan madeFinnegan
Finnegan Goes Free FreeJud FreeJudge j jJudge
Judge Jud t Ho HoweII ITowelIyesterday well yesterday ordered the re release reJNise release ¬
lease from custody of James E Finne Finnegan Finnegan Pinnegan ¬
gan held here for fo eleven days Finnegan Finneganlast FInneganlast Finneganlast
last evenIng left for Chicago Sheriff M MJ MJ MJ
J Murphy of Lander county Nevada Nevadawho NevadaWho Nevadawho
who arrested Finnegan in Chicago leaves leavesfor leayesfor leavesfor
for nome this morning
PRISONERS PRISONERSDARING OARING ESCAPE ESCAPECharles ESCAPECharles
Charles Miller Eludes Officers Officersand Officersand Officersand
and Disappears Despite DespiteQuick DespiteQuick DespiteQuick
Quick Pursuit PursuitFor
For nerve and daring the escape of ofGliarles ofCharles I
Charles Cl1arJ Miller from f om the county authori authorities authories authorities ¬
ties es here exe yesterday morning was the best bestspecimen bestspecimen i ispeelmen
specimen of any yet produced in Weber Webercounty Webercounty Tebcr Tebcrcounty
county criminal annals All efforts to lo locatehim hocats ¬ i
catehim cats him have been b on of no avail although althoughhis
his disappearance was discovered withiii withiiia lthlh I Iu
a few moments after he made nis breaK breaKtor breaKtor breaafor
tor liberty Wore or tnu escape was im immediately immediately ¬ i imoomttJy
mediately flashed in ail au airoctiona and andorticers an andotticer i ioltJce1
orticers started in pursuit of tne fugitive fugitivel tUtrft1tLast 1 1Last
l Last ast night tne officers went still suarcn suarcnand soorcning searcaIng
ing for the prisoner who Ij supposed to tohave
have remained In hiding during the da daand day dayand I
and got out of the country on a f reigut frelgoltrain freignitrain J
train alter dark darkAliller darkl11Jler darkiiiler
Aliller was one of the two t V 0 men arrested arn arrestedIn > sted j
in Salt l Lake aku about a month ago together togetherltn togetherattn
attn ltn T iJ S uuney who were cnarged cnargedwith cnargectWllh enargeewith I
with robbing the store of J 1 L Clark ClarkSons ClarkSons ClarkSons
Sons from which they secured about 5ou 5ouwortn 5Ouwortll I Iwortil
wortn of silks Both men were bounu bounuover bounuover I Iover
over to the district court on charges ut utgrand j jgrand 1grcind
grand larceny and burglary In tne first firstdegree firstdegree firstdegree
degree Yesterday they were taken into intoI Intocourt j jcourt
I court ard both pleaded not guilty UiIty to th thtcharge j
charge There were four prisoners ar arraigned arraigiied ¬ I
I raigned at the same time and it was while whilethis whilethis I
this quartette of criminals were being beingtaken beingtaken j jtaken
taken to the jail elow > that the escape escapeoccurred escapeoccurred i ioccurred
occurred occurredShariff occurredSheriff
Sheriff G A Sebring and Deputy B B BWilson Bllson BWilson
Wilson llson were in charge of the prisoners prisonersTo I
To reach the jail from the court house housewithout housvithout houseithout
without going outside it Is necessary to topass topass topass
pass down a narrow staircase consisting j jof I Iof Iof
of two flights At the first landing there thereIs
Is a door attached to which is a strong strongspring strongspring strongspring
spring At the foot of the stairway Is an another another another ¬
other door leading to the outside Sheriff Sheriffi SheriffSebrIng SheriffSebring
i SebrIng walked ahead of the prisoners prisonersand
and Deputy Wilson at the rear The sher sheriff sher1ft slier1ff ¬
iff and three of the prisoners had passed passedthrough passedthroug passedthrough
through the door on the first landing landingwhen landingwhen landingwhen
when it was slammed shut Ieaving the theDeputy theDeputy theDeputy
Deputy and Cuney Cune one of the prisoners prisonersI
I on the first flight of stairs Miller then thenquietly thenquietl thenquietly
quietly opened the side door and passed passedout passedout passedout
out into the jail yard ard Hastily running runningto
1 to the rar of the yard ard he scaled the fence fenceand fenceand fenceand
and disappeared disappearedIn
In the meantime Wilson had opened the thedoor thedoor thedoor
door thinking it had swung shut of its itsown itsown itsown
own accord He soon 5 on discovered that thatMiller thatJllIer thatMiller
Miller was as missing and informed the sher sheriff sherff slierIff ¬
iff ff who covered the other prisoners with withhis withhis withhis
his gun leaving 1eavin Wilson free to pursueMiller pursue pursueMiller pursuelIlIler
Miller The fugitive however had ha some somelittle somelittle somelittle
little time before his escape was learned learnedand learnedand learnedand
and hnd disappeared Within five min minutes mtnutes mm mmutes ¬
utes every epr thoroughfare In the city was wasbeing wasbeing
being searched se rched for him himSheriff himSheriff himSherIff I
Sheriff Sebring offered a reward of ofned 525 j jand I Iand
and expenses for the capture of Miller Millerand MIIIeiaiid I II
I and the following description has been beenSent beenSent
Sent broadcast broadcastAge broadcastUAge broadcastAge I
Age 30 10 years ears height 5 fet t S inches inchesv incheseight inchesveight
v veight eight 144 pounds complexion compl xlon medium mediumhair niediunihair
hair light brown smooth face face thin thinand thinand thinand I
and cheeks somewhat sunken nose long longand longand longand
and slender front upper left tooth gone gonei
i ationallty ntfonaUt German scar on lower purl purlof prlof pirtof
of right jaw varicose veins on right leg legbelow le lebElow legbelow
below the knee vaccine mark on left arm armabove armboe armnbove
above the elbow At the time of his es escape escape escape ¬
cape he wore a blue s rg rgfo suit of cloths clothsno
no hat and tan shoes shoesAbout shoesAbout shoesAbout
About 930 oclock last evening Watch Watchman Watchman Vatehmlln ¬
man Mcintyre discovered a man sypoosed sypoosedto
to be Miller In the act of boarding a afreight afreight afreight
freight train for the west When ques questioned questioned questioned ¬
tioned as to his presence In the railroad railroadvards rnilr03dards railroadyards
yards he said that he Was aas the conductor conductorof
of f the train McIntyre disputed this when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the fellow struck him a blow on the side sideof sideof sIdeof
of thehead th the head The watchman then nailed nailedhis DiIlIedhis milledhis
his gun < un from his pooket and struck the theiran theIran thetran
iran sbove the left ear and knocked knoekedhim knoekedhimback him himback himback
back several feet The fugitive there thereupon thereupon thereupon ¬
upon wheeled and started to run off Mc McTntyrc l1cInt Ic IcIntyre
Tntyrc Int re called upon him to stop or h hv hvouId he hewould
v would ould shoot The stranger refused to stop stopand stopsnd top top8nd
and McIntyre 1I < Intvrefired fired several sever shots at him himpone himpone aimrone
pone of which is suopos sunposEI d to have taken takeneffect takenpfff takeneffect
effect pfff > t In the souffle Miller mer lost the cap capwhich capwhich capwhich
which he secured some timeaJter time after his hi es escape esCApe encspe ¬
cape from the county Jail j I1 A large lar p < fQrce forceof fQrceof fQrceof
of county count and city lfv officials are re patrolling patrollingthe pRtromnthp
the railrcad rail read yards ards in an n effort to locate iocateMiller locateIill locateMiller
Miller MillerDEATH MillerDEATh Iill r rDEATH
DEATH OF MRS BURTON BURTONCousin BURTONCousin BURTONCousin
Cousin of President Joseph F Smith SmithExpires SmithExpires SmithExpires
Expires in Ogden OgdenMrs OgdenMrs OgdenMrs
Mrs Ellen Fielding Burton wife of ofWilliam ofWilliam ofWilliam
William W Burton of Ogden died at 11 11oclock 11oclock 11oclock
oclock yesterday morning at the family familyresidence famll famllr familyresidence
residence r idence 2485 Monroe tonro avenue from an anattack anattack j
attack of heart disease Mrs Burton Burtonhad Burtonhad Burtonhad
had been ill since early last Septem Septemher September Septernher
her herShe She was a first cousin of President PresidentJoseph PresidentJoseph PresidentJoseph
Joseph F Smith She was born at atPreston atPreston atPreston
Preston England Feb 9 1841 and caine cainef cam camt
f t this country with her parents Joseph Josephand Josephand Josephand
and Hannah Greenwood Fielding In 184 184She 184i 184iShe 184gShe
She spent four years at Nauvoo and one oneyear oneyear
year oor at Winter Quarters la emigrating emigratingto
to Utah with the pioneers In 184S Since Sincethat Sincethat Sincethat
that time she had been a resident of ofWeber ofVEber ofWeber
Weber county On Nov 2 1861 she was wasmarried wasmarried wasmarried
married to W W Burton She Is sur survived survived survived ¬
vived by two daughters and three sons sonsFuneral sonsFuneral sonsFuneral
Funeral services will be held from the theFifth theFI theFifth
Fifth FI th ward meeting house on Sunday at atnoon atnoon atnoon
noon
New Fire Extinguisher ExtinguisherThe
The latest thing In the manufacturing
line for Ogden was sprung on the public publichere publichere publichere
here yesterday in the form of a a factory
for the manufacture of fire extinguishers extinguishersI
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Before Before TomorrowTell TomorrowNight Tomorrow
N Night NightTell ight ightTell
Tell us what liat The T e Sign of ofthe ofthe f fthe
= the 4 1 ought oug ht to mean Well Wellp Wellgive WellOJ1 Wellgive
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give give any 25 H S M Msuit Msuitr suit suitr suitfor
r r for the best telling You can eanpick Ganpick canpick
pick it out if i f you win These Theseiudges Thesej Theseiidges
J JA j iudges dges decide decideIcK deci4eG <
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IcKG G A Young Y ung of The T Paris Millinery Co CoE C Ccc CoE
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COURT OFFICERS AT CALDWELL CALDWELLDISTRICT I IDISTRICT I
DISTRICT JUDGE FRANK SMITH OF CALDWELL IDA
Sheriff Jasper Nichols of Caldwell Prosecutor O N Vanduyn of Cald Caldwell Caldwell CaIdwell
well
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COURT ADJOURNED BEFORE BEFORETHE BEFORETHE BEFORETHE
THE PRISONERS ARRIVED ARRIVEDContinued ARRIVEDContinued ARRIVEDContinued
Continued from Page 1 1Moyer 1oyer 1Moyer
Moyer oyer in his answer after covering coveringa
a number of minor points says he hewas h hwas hewas
was on February 17 a citizen and res resident resident resident
ident of Denver and had been for four fouryears fouryears fouryears
years That he had not prior Dri r to the theacts theacts theacts
acts hereinafter set forth been in the thestate thestate thestate
state of Idaho nor in any part thereof thereofprior thereofprior thereofprior
prior thereto since on or about the 28th 28thof 28thof 28thof
of October 105 19O that on or about the the2Sth theSth theSth
Sth of October 1905 your iour petitioner petitionerentered petitionerentered petitionerentered
entered Idaho from the state of Ore Oregon Oregon Oregon
gon on a railway train and remained remainedin
in a car of said train until the town of ofNampa ofNampa ofTNampa
Nampa in said state of Idaho was wasreached iva ivareached vas vasreached
reached that thereupon he changed changedcars
cars and was immediately carried in a acar acar acar
car to a point south of Nampa in the thedirection thedirection thedirection
direction of Silver City that at the end endof endof endof
of the route he took a stage to Silver SilverCity SilverCi SilverCity
City Ci y attended atten 1ed a lodge meeting of the theorganization theorganization theorganization
organization of which your petitioner petitioneris
is a member known as the local union unionof unionof unionof
of the Western Federation of Miners Minersthat Minersthat iIinersthat
that he remained in Silver City over overnight overnight overnight
night and during the following day dayhe dayhe dayhe
he was in Silver City and attended a asimilar asimilar asimilar
similar lodge meeting held in a small smalltown smalltown smalltown
town in the immediate vicinity of Sil Silver Silver Silver ¬
ver City and the next morning re returned returred returned ¬
turned to Nampa and there entered a acar acar acar
car of a train going east which took tookhim tookhim tookhim
him with all due dispatch from the thestate thestate thestate
state of Idaho That prior to said time timehe timehe timehe
he had not been in the state of Idaho Idahofor Idahofor Idahofor
for a period of more than three years yearsCharges ye yearsCharges rs rsCharges
Charges Conspiracy ConspiracyProceeding ConspiracyProceeding ConspiracyProceeding
Proceeding the answer states he was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not in Caldwell at the time of the as assassination assassination assasnination ¬
sassination of Frank Steunenberg It Itrecites Itncites Itrccites
recites the Issuance of the warrant on onFebruary onFebruary onFebruary
February 12 for his arrest and the is issuance issuance Issuance ¬
suance of the requisition papers on onGeorge onGeorg onGeorg
Georg A Graves the exchief of the Og Ogden Ogden Ogden ¬
den fire department claims to have in invented invanloo invented ¬
vented an extinguisher that will even dis distinguish distingUish distinguish ¬
tinguish the existence of all the other so socalled sornilled socalled
called fire extinguishers He expects to topatent topatent topatent
patent it End manufacture them here hereSix hereSix hereSix
Six Months for Forgery ForgeryJudge ForgeryJudge ForgeryJudge
Judge J A Howell yesterday sentenced sontencodJohn sQntenoodJohn sentencedJohn
John Howard to six months in the state statepanitentlarv statepanit statepenitontlarv
panitentlarv panit nUary for forgery to which he hepleaded hepleaded hepleaded
pleaded guilty Teddy Boyle charged with withgrand withgrand withgrand
grand larceny T 13 Cuney and Charles CharlesMiller CharlesMiller CharlesMiller
Miller grand larceny and burglary In the thefirst thefIrst thefirst
first degree pleadid not ot guilty Judge JudgeHowell JudgeHoell JudgeHowell
Howell also grantedan granted an absolute divorce divorceio divorceMargaret
io Margaret Blackham from Ben Black Blackham Blackham Blackham
ham
Ogden Briefs BriefsP
P McComble of Willard was as in Ogden Ogdenyesterday Ogdonyestema Ogdenyesterday
yesterday yesterdayA yestemaA
A marriage license has been issued to toJcsaah toJ toJczaph
Jcsaah J s > > h F Wells 2 of Wlllard rlllardJ and Miss MissMiBs MissM MissMaria
M Maria rfa Cutler O of Brigham lll lll111ss 1ity 1ityM1s
MiBs Harriet Paine of Fillmore is the thepuast theg1185t theguest
guest for a few weeks at tho home of ofMr ofMr ofMr
Mr and Mrs John Hansen of this olty oltyJudge ortyJudge oftyJudge
Judge M Lr I Ritchie is expected to ar arrive atrle arrive ¬
rive in In Ogden gdon this morning mort n to hear the theHenry theHenry theifenry
Henry Wessler vs George Halverson case casein aasein caseIn
in the district court courtMorris courtMorris courtisrorris
Morris Nossen pleaded guilty to a acharge aharge aharge
harge of petit larceny In the municipal municipalcourt municipalcourt municipalcourt
court yesterday and ann was sentenced to toserve tosre toserve
serve twenty days da s on the rock pile pileJohn pileJOhn pileJohn
John Scowcroft Sons of this city cit have havedecided haedecided havedecided
decided to erect a large warehQuse at atPocatello t tPO tPOcatello
PO Pocatello atcIlo at an early date When com completed completed cornpleted ¬
pleted this house will Il be used as a dis distributing dlstrlbutfng distributing ¬
tributing point for the company for Idaho IdahoGeorge IdahoGeorge IdahoGeorge
George H Tribe left yesterday for Eu Europe EurOl1e Eurape ¬
rope He expects e pects to visit in England and andIt andit andIt
It is likely that his daughter Clara who whois whoIs whoIs
is studying music in Paris will accom accompany accomrany accomrany ¬
rany him home about three months monthshehce monthsh monthsheftce
hehce hehceMiss h heftceMiss hce hceMiss
Miss Jennie Robertson aged 18 years yearsCaughler yearstughter yearsCaughter
Caughler of Mr and Mrs J H Robert Robertson RobcrtElon Roberton ¬
son on of Mountain Groen died at t the home homeMIQT homef homeOf
Of MIQT f h hw parents Tuesday morning I1JorningCf cf f heart hearttrouble hearttrouble hearttrouble
trouble Funeral FuuQrals services rvlces will be held heldfrom hetdftQm heldfront
from the TBntah 1ntah meeting hbuse at at2 at2oolock atoclock 3 3oclock
oclock this afternoon
February 13 Moyor states that Gov Governor Governor Governor ¬
ernor Gooding J 1 H Hawley and Owen OwenVanduyn OwenVanduyn OwenTanduyn
Vanduyn the county attorney knew knewh knewhe knewhe
h he was not In Idaho on December 30 30the 30the O Othe
the date of the assassination Contin Continuing1 ContinuIng Continhing ¬
uing1 the answer alleges that Governor GovernorGcoding GovernorGoding GovernorGcoding
Gcoding Mr Hawley and Mr lr Van Vanduyn V Vanduyn n nduyn ¬
duyn conspired together and with oth other other other ¬
er persons unknown to secure his ar arres arresT arres
res and removal from Colorado in inview inview Inview
view of the examination and the stat statute statute statute ¬
ute of congress on extradition extr dition that in inpursuance inpursuance inpursuance
pursuance of this conspiracy Hawley Hawleywent Hawleywent Hawleywent
went to Denver on February 15 with withDeputy withDeputy withDeputy
Deputy Warden Mills 1i1l for the purpose purposeof purposeof
of kidnaping him from Colorado In de defiance defiance dofiance ¬
fiance of the constitution and laws lawsArrested lawsArrested lawsArrested
Arrested in Secret SecretThere SecretThere SecretThere
There they conspired with the gov governor go goernor governor ¬
ernor of Colorado to cause him to be besecretly besecretly besecretly
secretly arrested under circumstances circumstanceswhich circumstanceswhich circumstanceswhich
which would make it Impossible for forhim forhim forhim
him to test the validity of the extradi extradition extradltion etradition ¬
tion They agreed that the arrest arrestshould arrestshould arrestshould
should be made late Saturday evening eveningFebruary eveningFebruary eveningFebruary
February 17 and that he be secretly secretlyremoved secrotlyrcIDpved secretlyrempved
removed from the state Moyer fur further further further ¬
ther alleges that this was to prevent preventhis preventhis preventhis
his friends from learning of his arrest arrestand arrestand arrestand
and be thus prevented from suing out outa outa outa
a writ of ofhabeas habeas corpus When friends friendsheard friendsheard friendsheard
heard of the arrest they inquired of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the authorities at the jail and were in informed infermed Infcrmed ¬
formed no such arrests had been made madeIt
It is charged that the proceedings were weretaken weretaken weretaken
taken in the manner set forth to pre prevent prevent provent ¬
vent the defendant from testing the thelegality thelegality thelegality
legality of the extradition This is in insupport ins insipport
support s pport of the claim that a man can cannot cannot cannot ¬
not be extradited for having conspired conspiredIn
In another state to commit a crime In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the state to which it is sought to have havehim havehim havehim
him removed that he must actually actuallyhave actualIyhave actuallyhave
have been in the state when the crime crimewas crimewas crimewas
was committed and become a fugitive fugitivetherefrom fugitivetherefrom fugitivetherefrom
therefrom The proceedings since the thearrival thelrrival thearrival
arrival of the accused men In Idaho Idahoare Idahoare Idahoare
are set forth and it is again alleged allegedthat alIegedthat allegedthat
that the governor of f this state knew knewthat knewthat knewthat
that the defendant was not in the state stateat stateat stateat
at the time of the commission of the thecrime thecrime thecrime
crime It Is alleged the arrest is In Inviolation inviclaUon Inviclation
violation of the fourth fifth and four fourteenth fourteenth fourteenth ¬
teenth amendments of the United UnitedStates UnitedStdes UnitedStates
States constitution and in violation of ofsections ofsections ofsections
sections 8 13 and 17 of the constitution constitutionof
of this state covering the personal personalrights personalrights personalrights
rights of the individual in such mat matters matters mattern ¬
ters tersThe The habeas corpus case will be ar argued argued argued ¬
gued in the supreme court c urt tomorrow tomorrowE
E F Richardson of Denver has ar arrived arrived arrived ¬
rived to appear for the defendants defendantsOUTLOOK defendantsOUTLOOK defendantsOUTLOOK
OUTLOOK IN INRUSSIA INRUSSIAFAR RUSSIA RUSSIAFAR RUSSIAFAR
FAR FROM HOPEFUL HOPEFULSt
St Petersburg March 8 8Tho The new or organ organ orgall ¬
gan of the constitutional democrats democratsthe
the Rech speech edited by Professor ProfessorPaul ProfessolPaul ProfessorPaul
Paul M Milukoff and M Hessen for formerly formarly formorly ¬
merly editor of the Prova discusses the thepresent thepr thepresent
present pr sent political situation situatlonln in a tone that thatis thatIs thatIs
is far from hopeful The T c paper fears fearsthat fearsthat fearsthat
that the dissensions among the liberal liberalelement liberalclement liberalelement
element have falsely encouraged the thegovernment thegovernment thegovernment
government to the belief that strength strengthwill strengthwill strengthwill
will result from pushing reaction to a apoint apoint apoint
point where it will provoke another and andgreater andgreater andgreater
greater revolution The paper prints printswhat vrintswhat printswhat
what purports to be a secret circular circularfrom circularfrom circularfrom
from Minister of the Interior Durnovo Durnovoto
to agents of the government instructing instructingthem instructingthem Instructingthem
them to employ all their energies in inthe inthe inthe
the villages to prevent the election of ofradicals atradicals ofradicals
radicals to the national assembly assemblyNOTED assemblyNOTED assemblyNOTED
NOTED ENGINEER DEAD DEADLos DEADLos DEADLos
Los Angeles Cal C l March 8 Dennie I Le LeDue LeDcc e eDue
Due member of an old and noted not d French Frenchfamily Frenchfamib Frenchfamily
family and a well known Canadian engi engineer englh engifteer ¬
neer h r and builder of many railroads in inCanada InCanada inCanuda
Canada is dead here after ftara a long illness illnessHa IUnessHe IllnessHe
He leaves a large estiitowhich estate whloh will be beInherited beitherlled beInherited
Inherited by a daughter dau ht r Mrs lofis Robert Rob rt El EInott Elilott Elliott ¬
liott of Denver His bodyfwill bOdJ 111 be betak taken takento tak n nto nto
to Denver for Interment
JOINT STATEHOOD BILL BILLIS BILL1S BILLis
IS DOOMED TO DEFEAT DEFEATContinued DEFEATContinued DEFEATContinued
Continued from Page 1 1sible 1sf 11JIe
sf sible le for the election of President PresidentHayes PresidentHayes PresidentHayes
Hayes by his assurance that if Colo Colorado Colorado Cob Cobrado ¬
rado should be admitted to the Union Unionand Unionfind Unionind
and find that at that time its electoral vote votewould voteould votewould
would ould be cast for the Democratic can candidate ¬
didate whereas it t was found when the thereturns thereturns thereturns
returns were counted that the Repub Republican nepubIican Republican ¬
lican voters vo ers were in the majority
Mr Patterson In his speech alleged allegedthat allegethat allegedthat
that the idea of Joint statehood had not notoriginated notoriginated notorigInated
originated in either Arizona or New NewMexico NewMexico NewMexico
Mexico and asked whether the Idea Ideawas ideawas Ideawas
was the child of the Indiana senator or orgome orsome orsome
some member of the house of rer re renre renresentatives > re resentatives resentatlves
sentatives He declared that such a aunion aunion aunion
union In view of the pledge to Arizona Arizonawould ArizonaouId Arizonawould
would ouId be a grave crime and urged the theadoption theadoption theadoption
adoption of the Foraker amendment amendmentfor
for a separate vote as to the rational rationalsolution rationalsolution rationalsolution
solution of the problem problemEffort problemEffort problemEffort
Effort of Mr Beveridge BeveridgeMr
Mr Beveridge > > who followed began beganhis beganhis beganhis
his speech with a a reply to Mr Patter Pattersons Pattersons Pattersons ¬
sons observation concerning the origin originof origiof
of the joint statehoodidea statehood idca saying that thatit tha thatIt t tit
it was not a matter upon which wh h the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people of the territories should be con consulted consulted consuited ¬
sulted The people of the entire coun country country couiitry ¬
try were ero concerned over ovt > > r the creation of ofstates ofstates ofstates
states and the senator contended that thatcongress thatcongress thatcongress
congress should proceed upon that the theory theory theory ¬
ory As going to show that Arizona Arizonamight Arizonami Arizonamight
might mi ht ultimately accept union with fa favor favor favor ¬
vor Mr Beveridge stated that while whileoriginall whileorlginaUt whileorigina1l
originall the people of both Oklahoma Oklahomaand Oklahomaand ldahomaand
and Indian Territory were opposed to tounion tounion tounion
union they were now practically unan unanimous unanimous unanfmous ¬
imous for It He expected to see a asimilar aslmUar asimilar
similar change in sentiment in the two twomore twomore twomore
more western territories He opposed opposedthe opposedthe opposedthe
the Foraker amendment arguing that thatIf thatIf thatif
If adopted It would give to 50000 people peoplein
in Arizona the power to thwart the thewill thewill thewill
will of 250000 in the two territories territoriescombined territoriescombined territoriescombined
combined
His Figures Refuted RefutedHe
He declared that the Copper Queen QueenMining QueenMining QueenMining
Mining company alone employed 10000 10000men 10000men 10000men
men in Arizona Mr Patterson and andMr andMr andMr
Mr Clark of Montana united in the thedeclaration thedecJamtion thedeclaration
declaration that the number lId not notexceed notexceed notexceed
exceed 2500 but Mr Beveridge justi justified justified justifled ¬
fied his statement by quoting from the thetestimony thetestimony thetestimony
testimony taken by the committee on onterritories onterritories onterritories
territories Mr Beveridge dwelt upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the liberal provision made for educa educational educational educational ¬
tional purposes in Arizona and New NewMexico NewlIexfco NewMexico
Mexico MexicoMr lIexfcolIr MexicoMr
Mr Teller T I1er made inquiry as tis to why so somuch somuch somuch
much more ample help Is proposed to tothe tothe tothe
the schools than ha ever before been beengranted beengranted beengranted
granted to a new state adding that the theproprieties theproprieties theproprieties
proprieties of the senate chamber chamberwould chamberwould chamberwould
would prevent his stating what he be believed belIeved believed ¬
lieved to be the reason for the unprece unprecedented unprecedented unprecedented ¬
dented provision provisionPJeplying provisionIeplying
PJeplying the Indiana senator de declared declared dedared ¬
clared that this was the first time in inwhich inwhich inwhich
which a voice in opposition to liberal liberalprovision liberalprovision liberalprovision
provision for education had been raised raiseIn raisedIn
In congress and reterated that the theonly theonly theonly
only motive of the committee on terri territories territories terntories ¬
tories had been to advance the Interests Interestsof
of the people of the proposed state stateMr stateMr stateMr
Mr Beveridge urged that while New NewMexico NewlIexico NewMexico
Mexico and Arizona were were not prepared preparedfor
for separate statehood it was unjust unjustto
to keep kee the two out of the Union as asone asone asone
one state stateMr stateMr stateMr
Mr Beveridge had not concluded concludedwhen concludedwhen concludedwhen
when at 550 p m the he senate took a arecess arecess arecess
recess until 11 oclock tomorrow tomorrowThe tomorrowThe tomorrowThe
The senate will 111 begin voting on the theamendments theamendmonts theamendments
amendments offered to the bill at 4 p pm pm pm
m tomorrow and the final vote will be betaken betaken betaken
taken before adiournment for the day dayTwo dayra daySIIARPERS
ra raSHARPERS
SHARPERS RUN RU TO EARTH EARTHTwo EARTHTwo
Two American Mining Swin SwinI Swindlers Swindlers
I dlers Who Have Been Do DoI Doing Doing
I ing London Arrested ArrestedI ArrestedLondon ArrestedLondon
I London March 8 SHarry Harry Samuel SamuelSimmons SamuelSimmons SamuelSimmons
Simmons and Franklin Everhart EverhartAmericans EverhartAmerIcan EverhartAmericana
Americans were arrested here today todayand todayand todayand
and each remanded in 10000 bail on oncharges oncharges oncharges
charges of conspiracy and obtaining obtaininglarge obtaininglarge obtaininglarge
large sums of money by fraud The Theprisoners Theprisoners Theprisoners
prisoners are described as stock and andshare andshare andshare
share brokers brok rs and are alleged to have haveissued haveIssued haveIssued
issued forged for ed shares anJ an certificates certificatesin
in connection with Alaska Oklahoma OklahomaCripple OklahomaCripple OklahomaCripple
Cripple Creek and Manitoba mining miningcompanies miningccmpanles miningcmpanies
companies companiesAccording ccmpanlesAccording cmpaniesAccording
According to the police evidence evidenceEverhart evldencoEverhart evidenceEverhart
Everhart is vice president of the Min ulUnlng Mining Mm Mmbig ¬
big Sureties and Investments corpora corporation corporation corporation ¬
tion alleged to be registered at Ok Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma ¬
lahoma City The pair have been in inLondon inLondon inLondon
London a few months monthsOklahoma monthsOklahoma monthsOklahoma
Oklahoma City CitOkl Okla March 8 8In 8Inquiry 8InquIry In Inquiry ¬
quiry here develops the fact that the theMining theMIning theMining
Mining Securities Sb Investment com company company cornpany ¬
pany had an office here about a year yearago yearago yearago
ago for a short time but very little is isknown isknown isknown
known here of either Simmons or Ever Everhart Everhart Everhart ¬
hart and they have been gone for more morethan morethan morethan
than a year yearColorado yearColorado yearColorado
Colorado Springs Colo March 8 8Franklin 8Franklin 8FrtnklIn
Franklin Everhart one of the men ar arrested arrested arrested ¬
rested In London today on a charge chargeof
of obtaining large sums of money by byfraud byfraud byfraud
fraud is said to have been formerly formerlyconnected formerlyconnected formerlyconnected
connected with the United States Ce Cereal Cereal Cereal ¬
real company of New York which was wasclosed wasclosed wasclosed
closed by the United States postal au authorities authorities authoritles ¬
thorities in 1904 l1o on similar grounds groundsThe groundsThe groundsThe
The company is said to have guaran guaranteed guaranteed guaranteed ¬
teed 150 per cent on funds invested investedBATTLE investedI investedBATTLE investedBATUE
I
BATTLE ON ONSIIIrs SHIPS DECKS DECKSFatal DECKSFatal DECKSFatal
Fatal Result of a Quarrel on onBoard onBoard onBoard
Board Steamer Massachu Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts ¬
setts at New York YorkNew YorkNew YorkNew
New York March 8 8A A mutiny in inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which one life was lost occurred today todayon
on board the steamer Massachusetts Massachusettswhich Massachusettswhich Massachusettswhich
which was lyin lying at her dock at Brook Brooklyn Brooklyn Brooklyn ¬
lyn lynJames
James Slooum a fireman was killed killedduring killeddurIng killedduring
during a revolver battle on the steam steamers st steamors am amors ¬
ors decks in which the steamers fire firemen firemen firemen ¬
men were ranged on one side and op opposing oppcsing oppcsing ¬
pcsing them were the ships officers officersand officersand officersand
and members of the crew Sounds of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the fighting caused a reserve of police policeto
to be hurried to the steamer but thefiremen the thefiremen thefiremen
firemen who had started the trouble troublehad troubtehad troublehad
had been driven into submission be before before before ¬
fore the police arrived Six members membersof
of the crew were arrested as wete wetealso werealso wetealso
also First Officer Albert J Evans and andFourth andFourth andFourth
Fourth Officer Elmer H Kermen All Allwere Allwere Allwere
were held as witnesses Kermens Kermenshome Kermenshome Kermenshome
home is in Baltimore Md MdThe MdThe MdThe
The mutiny has been brewing ac according according according ¬
cording to the officers ever since the thesteamer thesteamer thesteamer
steamer left Cardiff February 5 The Thefiremen Thefiremen Thefiremen
firemen were the chief disturbers It Itwas Itwas Itwtts
was alleged making continual com complaints coml cornplalnts
plaints > l ints about their food The crew crewhowever crewhowever crewhowever
however sided with the officers Dur During During During ¬
ing the voyage from Cardiff there were werealmost wer weralmost werealmost
almost dally fist fights on the steamer steamerall steamerall steamerall
all growing outy ou out of the SUrry temper of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the two opposing factions The wrang wranglings wranglings wranglings
lings continueduntil continued until after the Massa Massachusetts 1assachusetts Massachusetts ¬
chusetts arrived in Brooklyn several severaldays soveraldays severaldays
days ago agoSome agoSome agoSome
Some of the firemen spent last night nightin
in the city and the quarrel began Im Immediately Immediately Immediatolyupon ¬
mediately mediatolyupon upon their return ta t the ves vessel vessel yesset ¬
sel today tod The Massachusetts was ex expected expecled expected ¬
pected to sail today for f r San Francisco
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NEXT NEXhMONDAY Lilt LiltMONDAT
MONDAY MARCH 12 1906 WE OPEN OUR NEW STORE STORE48W
48 48W W FIRST SOUTH ST STWhere STWhere STWhere
Where we are going to give to each person p rson who ho spends 50o 0e or more moreone moreone moreone
one of tHe Beautiful Ba tiful Presents nqw on exhibition in our wiirtddut wiirtddutMAKE n tIrmdO tIrmdOMAKE td lj ljMAKE >
MAKE YOUR OWN CHOICE CHOICEWALLACE CHOICEWALLACE CHOICEWMACE
WALLACE BROS DRUG CO COHUGH
Anderson Insurance e JlyencJf JlyencJfHUGH
HUGH ANDERSON Pres Established Eta hed FKANK FR K K P02 p O Secy SecyAetna
163 South Main St Salt Lake City CityP Cit
P O Box Gx 977 Telephone Telephonei9fl 195 I j jFife INSURANCE I
FIre 9 Life and Accident AccIdentAEtna L
Aetna of Hartford HartfordFiremands 1494 149493Z 149493ZFirernands 5 5Firemands
Firemands Fund Fun cf CalifornIa CaJiforniaAlliance 6202581 6202581Alliance 6202581Alliance
Alliance of England EnglandFranklin 52686133 52686133Franklln 52686133Franklin
Franklin Fire of Philadelphia PhiladelphiaCitizens 3098372 309SBjCitizens 3098873Citizens
Citizens of Missouri Policies guaranteed by Hartford 726018 1G 011 01
1 1THANKLESS
THANKLESS TASK TASKBEING TASKBEINGPASSED
BEINGPASSED BEING PASSED UP UPLeading UPLeading
leading French Statesmen Fighting lightingShy FightingShy FightingShy
Shy of Premiership at the thePresent thePresent thePresent
Present Time TimeParis TimeParis TimeParis
Paris March S SPresidoot President Fallieres Fallieresefforts Fa Fahlioresefforts lIi ares aresefforts
efforts to induce one or another of the theseveral theseveral thesevor
several sevor i statesmen with whom he con conferred conferred conferred ¬
ferred today to undertake the task of offorming otforming offorming
forming a cabinet have no not yet et borne borneresult borneresuIL borneresult
result M L Sarrien Sarrl n who declined either eitherthe eitherthe eitherthe
the premiership or a portfolio suggest suggested ¬
ed M j 1 Bourgeois whom M Dubost Dubostpresident Dubostpresident Dubostpresident
president of the senate and M Dou Doumer Doumer Doumer
mer president of the chamber of dep deputies deputies deputies ¬
uties also put forward M Bourgeois Bourgeoishowever Bourgeoishowover Bourgeoishowever
however declared that he did not feel feelphysically feelph feelphysically
physically ph sicaI1y strong enough to undertake undertakethe
the premiership but would oonsent to toaccept toaccept toaccept
accept the foreign portfolio under M MSarrien MSarrien MSarnien
Sarrien whom he thought the best bestfitted bestfitted bestfitted
fitted man to take the reins of power powerM poverlI
M r Fallieres refused to accept the de decision decision decision ¬
cision of either M Bourgeois or M 1 Sar Sarrien S Skrrien r rrlen ¬
rien as final but both persist inde indeclaring in de declaring dedaring ¬
claring that they will not undertake undertakethe
the task of the formation of a minis ministry ministry ministry ¬
try
May Be Poincarre PoincarreIt
It is understood that M Poincarre Poincarrewill Polncarrewill Poincarrewill
will be becaJIed called to the Elysee tomorrow tomorrowand tomorroand tomorrowand
and the Indications are that a cabinet cabinetunder cabinetunder cabinetunder
under his leadership will be acceptable acceptableto
to the advanced republican groups groupsRibots M MRibots MRibots
Ribots name also is mentioned which whichis
is due to his moderation regarding the theapplication theapplication theapplication
application of the church and state sep separation separation separation ¬
aration law M Doumer also suggest suggested ¬
ed M Millerand MillerandIt
It is expected a decision concerning concerningthe
the premier will be reached tomorrow tomorrowMembers tomorrovMembers tomorrowMembers
Members of the chamber of deputies deputieshowever deputieshowever deputieshowever
however foresee a possibility of the thecrisis thecrisis thecrisis
crisis lasting six or eight days owing owingto
to the difficulty of finding a man suf sufficiently sufficientb sufficiently ¬
ficiently strong to cope with the pend pending pendIng pendIng ¬
ing serious internal and external prob problems problems problems ¬
lems
Reaction in Favor of Rouvier RouvierA
A strong reaction has set in in favor favorof favorof1 favorof
of of1 M Rouvier The newspapers today todayseverely todayseverely todayseverely
severely criticize the action of the thechamber tbechamber thechamber
chamber of deputies defeating him himwhen himwhen himwhen
when he was performing a 8 patriotic patrioticduty patrioUcdut patrioticduty
duty dut which promised to produce the themost themost themost
most notable diplomatic success of re recent recent recent ¬
cent years It has now become quite quiteevident quiteevident quiteevident
evident that France will waver In her herpolicy berpolicy herpolicy
policy In the conference at Algecims AlgecimsIndeed AlgectrasIndeed AlgecirasIndeed
Indeed M Revols only instructions instructionsare
are those given before the ministrys ministrysfall
fall to stand firm and these cannot bf bfmodified bp bpmodified bemodified
modified until the formation of the new newministry newministry newministry
ministry ministryM
M ii Rouvier appears to think a Fran FrancoGerman FrancoGerman FrancoGerman ¬
coGerman agreement is in sight He Hesaid Hesaid Hesaid
said today to a friend friendLike friendLike friendLike
Like Jules Ferry my success will willbe willbe willbe
be realized after I was defeated defeatedINDIAN defeatedINDIAN defeatedINDIAN
INDIAN APPROPRIATION APPROPRIATIONBILL
BILL PASSED BY HOUSE HOUSEWashington HOUSEWashington HOUSEWashington
Washington March 8 SThe The house to today today today ¬
day passed the Indian Indiap appropriation appropriationbill
bill and then proceeded to tangle it itself itself itself ¬
self tip p over the bill to abolish the thegrade thegrade thegrade
grade of lieutenant general in the thearmy thearmy thearmy
army The result was an adjournment adjournmentfor
for lack of a quorum after member memberhad mcmberhad membershad
had been locked Jn the hall for half halfan halfan halfan
an hour and the sergeant at arms had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been scurrying to various hotels in insearch Insearch Insearch
search of members The vote ote to con consider consider conskier
sider the bill showed an overwhelming overwhelmingsentiment overwhetmlngsentiment overwhelmingsentiment
sentiment in its favor and as it Is the thepending thepending thepending
pending business under call of com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee It will probably be reached and andpassed andpassed andpassed
passed in due course I
CONGRESS PARES PARESDOWN PARESDOVJN
DOWN ESTIMATES ESTIMATESVarious
Various Departments Will Be Shy ShyOver ShyOver ShyOver
Over a Million From the Fig Figures Figures Figures ¬
ures Submitted SubmittedWashington SubmittedVasbington SubmittedWashington
I
Washington March S SThe The house com committee commlttee cornmittee ¬
mittee on appropriations a proprlaUo 1 agreed today to toFJcauii toleport toieport
leport an executive and judicial appr apprprlation apprpriation
prlation bill carrln carrying appropriations ag aggregatin aggregatln
FJcauii gregatin 29114181 tJmioi j KS a against 5 iiioi yoat 9bl25 29s225kr 9bl25for > v vfor
for 1906 Ths Th amount agreed on Is a r rduction rduction rduction
duction of 1136073 from the estimate estimatetsubmitted i isubmitted oJsubmitted
submitted to the committee by the vari various variOU8 van vanous ¬
ous departments departmentsSalaries departmpntsSalarlC8 departmentsSalaries
Salaries are carried in the bill for sixty sixtyfive slxt slxtOVe s1xtfive
five less persons than were provided f fur flTin furin r rin
in the last bill and the number of salaries salariescontemplated salarlEscontemplated salariescontemplated
contemplated in the qstimatre timez imBt was liS rf rfdut TrdUtOO r rdUtd
dut dUtOO > ed 238 7J by the committee Many limita limitations lImltaUons hlmitations ¬
tions on the appropriations are stipulated stipulateIAged stipulatedAged stlpulateiAged
Aged ClerksCut Clerks Cut Down DownThe Q DowQ DowQThe wQ wQThe
The most radical dlal of these is designed designedto deslgn des1gfleto < 1 1to
to relieve the department pay 6 rolls rollshigh nt nthigh f fhigh
high salaried aged clerks cl rk8 It providn providnthat providithat providttthat
that no clerk over 65 oolealS years of age is t treceive tr Ireceive > >
receive r eive more than 1400 l a year no rlefk rlefkover rIffkver cletkover
over ver flS years more than 1360 1 and r nclerk 1 1c > t tclerk
clerk c rk over 70 more than 4S40 SJO JO After Juno JunoIt June1Z
It 1813 no person in the classified ser service sprvice setvice ¬
vice more than 70 years old is to be re retained retained retamed ¬
tained in any department departmentCheck departmentCheck departmentCheck
Check on Favoritism FavoritismThe
The bill provides that hereafter clerks clerksshall tlrkasball lcrk lcrkshall
shall not be transferred from one depart department deoartrnent dePartment ¬
ment to another untfl theThave thlr hae served serv d at atleast atleast atleast
least three years trs In the th tbedeprtment department fr frm frmwhich frmwhich m mwhich
which they desire to transferred b IE IElequires Itlequires ftiequlres
lequires that hereafter all departments departmentsare partmnt partmntare
are to prepare their estimates e each year yearaccording searaceorOing tat tataccoring
according to the order and arrangement arrangementof
of th the appropriation as for the year pre preceding preceding preceding ¬
ceding Any changes in such sue order an an1 an1rrangementB anIirrngemenis < l larrangements
arrangements and transfersof transfer of saliri aliris alirisfrom hrIp hrIpfrom J Jfrom
from one on office to another desfrrt de desfr fn by byhead hrhead Y Yheed
head of a department r robe subHiig subHiigted sub subted It Itted
ted In notes added to the tbeesUmatE1 estimates > Most Mostof Motof Moitof
of these restrictions are designed de igned to pr prvent prvent prvent
vent the advancement of favorite chrl chrlto ciurli ciurlito h rl rlto
to the disadvantage dlsadvant e of employes equn equncompetent eqi eqicompetent f1ud f1udcom
competent com tent but with less l political hak haking ha halug t tIng
ing lugAcconpanying Acconpanying the report of the ronmv ronmvtee rornmftee Comm Commtee
tee will be printed a report of the 11 11Ings hIngs i iIngs
Ings containing statements stat > ments from all allmet i iinet IT ITInft
met members heads of bureaus burf > llIs and ani of ofcfficlals offfflals o ocfflelahs
cfficlals < as to the details of tluir tluirmateti rv rvmates i imates
mates matesWORK matetiWORK matesWORK
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WORK TRAIN TRAINISWRECKED TRAINISWRECKEDFour IS WRECKED WRECKEDFour
Four Italian Laborers Killed and andMany andMany andMany
Many Others Otbe Injured InjuredGreensburg l InjuredGreensbnrg jl red redGreensbllrg
Greensburg Pa March 8 IAn An engii engiirunning enginn enginnrunning enginrunning
running light on the Pennsylvania near nearHadenburg nfj nearRadenburg T TRadenburg
Radenburg Pa P today crushed cnulh into intnwork intowork H Hwork
work train on which were about seventy seventyfive seventyfive Yenh Yenhfive
five Italian laborers employed on a new newpipeline npw npwpipeline newpipeline
pipeline Four of the men were kiltel kilteland kiJIf killeland > ti tiand
and thirtyfive others seriously injurcil injurcilseveral injuuseveral injurolseveral
several of whom will die The Injured Injuredwere Injur injuredwere > d dwere
were brought to the hospital In this oitv oitvbut cit citbut it itbut
but being foreigners and known only bv bvnumbers b bnumbers tvnumbers
numbers their names could not be as ascertained a acertained ascertained ¬
certained certainedBurlington certainedBurlington certainedBurlington
Burlington Iowa March S SA A rearen1 rearen1collision rearell rearellcollision 1 1collisIon
collision here today betwen two section sectionof sectlOO1of
of a freight frei ht train on the Burlington rai raiway ran ranwa raTway
way wa resulted in the Injury of four men menS mtnS menS
S Hejaton of jN ew w Virgins VI rain ar 8 stock stockman st stdckman ck ckman ¬
man was fatally fatan injured injuredThe injuredThe injuredThe
The accident was caa causedby ed dby by the first firstsection first5oction firstsection
section of the train breaking break g in two twoFIVE twot twoFIVE twoFIVE
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FIVE MEN KILLED KILLEDAntwerp KILLEDAnterp KILLEDAVntwerp
Antwerp March 8 SA A school build building bulIIing builiing
ing in course of construction here rob rnllapsed roblapsed 01 01Japsed
lapsed today killing five men and in injurinjr Injurin injurinir
jurinjr twelve twelveUnion twelveUnion twelveUnion
Union Dental Co Co1S
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