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2 THE SALT LAKE HERALD FRIDAY MARCH 23 1906
UAVmS DAVID TAGGART TAGGARTGElS TAGGARTBETSPRJJMOTIQN
GElS BETSPRJJMOTIQN BETSPRJJMOTIQNFormer rRoMOllON rRoMOllONJormer
Former Cpitrac qi Qthi > t1 cMg Agent of hoi hoilone hort hortLine hortLine
Line Now N V Jiffi tfisicfc ihi Agent g ntWith ntWithOfiiEes With WithOffices WithQfiei1i
Offices Qfiei1i In m fRenp Reno io ITev ITevFRIENDS NevFR1ENDS Ne NeER1ENDS
FRIENDS NOT SURPRISED SURPRISElVILL SURPRISEDWILL
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WILL VILL ILL HAVE CHARGE CH RGE OF = TRAF TRAFICRF TRAFe
5 ficJ iCF ICRF > F HARIMAN HAR8IM HAFCR1MIN N INES LINESDavid INESJ
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David S Taggarts appointment appointmentDistrict as asJisuict asIstrIct
District IstrIct freight1 and pa p pasc1weI s ngeragent gel gent o otile of of1be ofe
tile e Harriman line at atRerlb lenp Was as an an2ounced anounced anUouncecl
2ounced ounced In the local 10callOrego Oregon Short Lln Llnfflces Line Lineces Linefllces <
fflces ces yesterday MrTaggarf 1lr TaggaDt Tagar con contrading connactlng conlracting
trading agent of the Oregon Oreg Short Line Iimsvvith Linewith Linewith
with offices In this city will assume hi hinew his hispew hisew
new pew ew title and duties April 1 He will willfill willfill vll vllfill
fill the th vacancy made by the resignation resignationf
qf f J r M I Fulton who will enter th thstock the themock thestock <
stock brokerage business General Generarqlght GeneralJ1r GeneralreTght
J1r rqlght rg t Agent gent J A Reeves of the Ore Oregon Oretion Oreon ¬
gon tion on Shqrt Line received Mr Fultniresignation Fultni Fult FultOnsresignation ns nsresignation
resignation several days ago agoMr agoMr agoMr
Mr Taggarts appointment did not notcome notcome notcome
come as a surprise to the local railroad railroadmen railroadUlen railroaditien
men as they were willing to bet that thatJte thathe thata
Jte a would uld be b chosen to fill this Impor Important Important Important ¬
tant position An energetic man waifteeded was wasfJeeded wasteeded
fteeded at this point as the growth of ofNevada o oNevada ofNevada
Nevada makes the traffic centering at atthis atthis atthis
this point something not to be sneezed sneezedat
at Mr Taggart will leave for Reno Renonext Renonext Renonext
next week He will have jurisdiction jurisdictionof
of Nevada traffic business for the Har Harriman Harriman Harriman ¬
riman lines No hint could be obtained obtainedas
as to who will be appointed to succeed succeedMr succeedMr succeedMr
Mr Taggart In this CityMr city cityMr cityMr
Mr Taggart has been In Salt Lake Lakefor Lakefor Lakefor
for a number of years in various rail railroad raUroad railroad ¬
road capacities He came to this cit citwhen city citywhen citywhen
when the headquarters of the Rio RioGrande RioGrande RioGrande
Grande Western were moved from Den Denver Denver Denver ¬
ver to Salt Lake At that time he wa waconnected wasconnectw was wasconnected
connected with the auditing offices un under undelTheron under ¬
der delTheron Theron Geddes Later he was made madagent madeagent madeagent <
agent of the same road at Provo b bGeneral by byGeneral byGeneral
General Superintendent A E WelbyAfterward WelbyAfterward Welby WelbyAfterward
Afterward he became traveling freight freightand freightand freightand
and passenger agent of the same road roadHe roadHe roadBe
He was later traveling passenger agent agentfor agentfor agentfor
for the Oregon Short Line under D E EBurley EBurley EBurley
Burley about fifteen years ago Whenthe Whenthe When Whenthe
the Union Pacific and Oregon Short ShortLine ShortLine ShortLine
Line were segregated he obtained a po position position positlon ¬
sition as traveling freight agent under underTraffic underTr underTraffic
Traffic Tr ffic Manager S W Eccles While Whilefilling WhilemUng Whilefilling
filling this position he sustained inju injuries injurIes injuries ¬
ries in an accident which disabled him himfor himfor himfor
for months Upon recovering he re returned returned returnd ¬
turned to the the general freight offices of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Oregon Short Line under General GeneralFreight GeneralFreIght GeneralFreight
Freight Agent J A Reeves Shortly Shortlyafterward Shortlyafterward i iafterward
afterward he was made contracting contractingacent contractinaeent contractingagent
agent and will hold this position until untilApril untilAprl11 untilApril
April Aprl11 1 Mr Ir Taggart Is a young man manbut manbut manbut
but has seen nineteen years service In Inrailroad inralIroad inrailroad
railroad capacities He entered the theemploy theemploy theemploy
employ of the Burlington Route at atHastings atHastings atHastings
Hastings Neb nineteen ntnt en years yearsago ago and andsince andsince andsince
since that time has been employed by byrailroads byrailroads byrailroads
railroads with offices In this city and andDenver andDenver andDenver
Denver
MANAGER MANAGERyJELL WELLS HERE HEREWill HEREWill HEREWill
Will Meet J Ross Clark Clark Today and andAccompany andAccompany
Accompany Him to Coast CoastGrenoral CoastGenartll CoastGeneral
General Manager R E Wells of the theSalt theSalt theSalt
Salt Lake Route arrived in this city cityyesterday cityyesterday cityyesterday
yesterday He came to Salt Lake from fromLos fromLos fromLos
Los Angeles to meet Vice Ylc President J JRoss JRoss JRoss
Ross Clark who has been making per personal personal persnnal ¬
sonal Investigations of f the Salt Lake LakeRoute LakeRoute LakeRoute
Route and the Los Vegas Tonopah Tonopahroad TonoDahroad Tonoahroad
road in Nevada Mr Clark has been beenaccompanied beenaccompanied beenaecompanled
accompanied by General Attorney C O OWhittemore OWhittemore 0Whittemore
Whittemore and other officials of the theSalt theSalt theSalt
Salt Lake Route RouteMr RouteIr RouteMr
Mr Ir Clark and Mr Whittemore are areexpected areexpected areexpected
expected to reach Salt Lake this even evenIng evenIng evening
Ing They left Tonopah Tonop h for Hazen yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday morning Their trip has cov covered covered coyered ¬
ered all districts In Nevada Mr Ir Clark Clarkreached Clarkreached Clarkreached
reached Las Vegas from the west and andthen andthen andthen
then proceeded to Bullfrog Rhyolite RhyoliteGoldfield RhyollteGoldfield RhyoliteGoldfield
Goldfield Tonopah and Hazen From Fromthe Fromthe Fromthe
the lastnamed point the trip to Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake will be made over the Southern SouthernPacific SouthernPacific SouthernPacific
Pacific Mr Clark will visit Islt In Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake until tomorrow morning Upon Uponhis Uponhis Uponhis
his return to the coast he will be ac accompanied accompanIed aceompanled ¬
companied by Mr Wells and by b Vice VicePresident VicePresident VicePresident
President and General Manager W WH WHBancroft H HBancroft HBancroft
Bancroft of the Oregon Short Line LineFrom LineFrom LineFrom
From Los Angeles Mr Ir Bancroft will willproceed wlIlproceed willproceed
proceed to New Orleans where he will willattend willattend willattend
attend the annual meeting of vice vicepresidents vIcepresidents vicepresidents
presidents of railroads in the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States StatesRAILROADS StatesRAILROADS StatesRAiLROADS
RAILROADS ARE GROWING GROWINGConstruction GROWINGConstruction GROWINGConstruction
Construction Greatest In West WestSalt WestSaltLake WestSaltLake Salt SaltLake
Lake Is Center CenterChicago CenterChicago CenterChicago
Chicago March 22 2The The present year yearpromises yearpromIse5 yearpromises
promises to be a remarkable one for forrailway forrailway forrailway
railway construction According to tothe tothE tothe
the Railway Age there are ar now un under under under ¬
der way 13014 miles of new roads and andwhat andwhat andwhat
what are termed live projects pro provide provide provide ¬
vide for the building of 8433 miles milesmore milesmore milesmore
more moreAt moreAt moreAt
At the opening of 1906 the record recordshowed recordshowed recordshowed
showed about 7500 miles of road un under under under ¬
der construction and about 5000 of I
this was completed during the year yearItIs yearItIs yearTtls
I ItIs stated that t twothirds of the en entire eutire enz enztire
tire mileage now under wayIs way is being beirifbuilt beingbuilt
built by bythirt thirtyeight Oight Companies tompanlesan tompanlesanaverage ompanIesanaverage ai aiaverage
I average of 231 miles per company For Foiseveral ForI Forseveral
I several years Jthe the southwest has been beeiI beenthe
I the center of the greatest railway ac activity activity activity
tivity but this thIsy thisyear year ar the center ha hashifted has hasj hasshifted
shifted in part to the northwest ant antthe and andthe andthe
j the west The largest projects fnc1udIStPauls includ includStPauls IncluddStPauls <
IStPauls StPauls l5QQcmile 150OmUePaclfl Pacific coast coasttension ex extension extension ¬
tension from f om Evarts the Western Pa PaciflCt PacIfic PacThcJ
ciflCt cIfic cThcJ fihe Goulds G J 1sfrom from Salt Lake t tSan to toSan toSan <
San Francisco 97 miles the Denver DenverNorthwestern DemverNorthwestern DenverNorthwestern
Northwestern Pacific from Sulphur SulphuiSprings SulphurSprings SulphurSprings
Springs Colo to Salt Lake 470 miles milesand mUesand mIlesand
and the theyarioUs various extensions of the Hill Hfland Emand Hilland
and Harriman systems the formeiwith former formerwith formerwith
with 784 miles and the latter with 54 54miles 546 546miles 546miles
miles milesRICHFIELD milesRICHFIELD milesRICHFIELDAFTER
RICHFIELD RICHFIELDAFTER AFTER SERVICE SERVICEWIJI SERVICEIIitJ SERViCEWiIPetiIonRioGrande
WIJI WiIPetiIonRioGrande IIitJ PetitionRio ti Ion RioGr Grande nde to Improve ImprovTime ImproveTime ImproveTime
Time Schedules SchedulesipqcJal SchedulesJ Scheduiesqj
J ipqcJal pQ qj l i to ° The Herald HeraldRichfield Hera1dRichfi HeraldRichfield
Richfield Richfi ld March 22 22The The people o othis or orthis orthis
this county have been stirred to mak makjinouier make makeIlnother makanother
jinouier another eiioru effort to tu get get et the uie Denver uenver 02 Rio RioGrande Riorando Jtw JtwBrando
Brando rando Railroad Rai1d < l 3qmany qmpany to improve improviItanditlbng Improye1iondltifons improve4ondItkn
Itanditlbng along the Sevier branch o oit of ofUp ofJt
it Up system It jlsreported that at th thmeeting the themectlng themeeting <
meeting of the officials of the company companyto
to be held in Denver the first of next nexlmonth nextmonth nextmonth
month the Utah Jth representatives of the thtcompany thecompany thecompany
company will renew rn w their recommenda recommendation ¬
tion for aLchange Ch nge It is expected that thaiA thatA thatA
A E Welby Welb Weibj recently promoted to the thtgeneral thegeneral thegeneral
general superintemltency sumrxinten ncy of the system systemwill systemwl systemwill
will wl J join In this recommendation anc ancwfth and andwfth andwith
wfth an urgent appeal from the people peopUto
to back the representatives up in their theiirecommendation theirrecommendation theirrecommendation
recommendation It Is hinted that there thereIs thereIs
Is a possibility of the company giving givingassent givingaSsent givingassent
assent ta the change changeActing changeoctlng changeActing
Acting on this hint the people of this thiscounty thIscou thiscounty
county cou h have prepared petitions and are artcirculating arecirculating arecirculating
circulating them among the people for foisignatures forsignatures forsignatures
signatures asking the company to mak makthe make makethe makethe <
the change and setting forth reasons reasonswhy reasonswhy reasonswhy
why such a change would be advan advantageous advantageous advantageous ¬
tageous to the people and to thecqm thecqmpany the cQm cQmpany cmpany
pany as well wellThe wenThe wellThe
The service for years has been an annoying annoying annoylng ¬
noying There has never been any reg regularity regularity regularity ¬
ularity of train arrivals from the north nortton northon northon
on account of the mixed train which whlcloperates whichoperates whichoperates
operates from Manti south Heavy Heavjfreight HeaJ9freight Heavyfreight
freight business holds back the arrIval arrivaof arrIvalof arrivalof
of the trains from the north all the way wajfrom wayfrom wayfrom
from a half hour to three and four fouihours fourhours fourhours
hours and in the winter time this al alwavs alwavs a aways
wavs throws train arrivals late Into th thnight the thenight thenight
night at Richfield and all points south southWOOL southWOOL southWOOL
WOOL WAR SOON OPENS OPENSShearing OPENSShearing OPENSShearing
Shearing and Shipping Will BegliApril Begin BeginApril BeginApril
April 1 1The 1The 1The
The wool season Is about to open openShearing openShearing openShearing
Shearing will begin be in at Fairfield Apr April
1 1 weather permitting John L Me MeKlnney McKinney Ic IcKinney
Kinney says that 100000 head of sheetwill sheep sheepwllI sheepwill
will be sheared and the work of rid ridding riddIng ridding ¬
ding this enormous number of animals animalof animalsof
of their winter jackets will be carried carriedon
on Into May Utah railroads expect to tohandle tohandle tohandle
handle 10000000 pounds of wool this thhyear thisyear thisyear
year This estimate is conservative ajthe as asthe asthe
the clip willbe will be heavier this year than thanever thanever thanever
ever before beforeLocal beforeLocal beforeLocal
Local railroads are all prepared for forthe forthe forthe
the warfor war for wool and have had travel traveling traveling traveling ¬
ing freight agents canvassing the thesheep thesheep thesheep
sheep territories for the last two twomonths twomonths twomonths
months The larger portion of the theclip thecUp theclip
clip has been contracted for hauling haulingand haulingand haulingand
and when baled will be shipped to the themarkets themarkets themarkets
markets with fth no delay About thirty thirtyfive thirtyfive
five flocks will be clipped between betweenApril betweenApril betweenApril
April 1 and May 1 Bookings for this thisnumber thisnumber thisnumber
number have been completed at Fair Fairfield Fairfield FaIrfield
field already Many of the flock mas masters masters mastors ¬
ters have two and three threebands bands to clip clipCHECKS clipCHECKS
1 CHECKS ARE NO GOOD GOODIllinois GOOD GOODCourt GOODIllinois
Illinois Court Denies Right of Com Company Company Cornpany ¬
pany to Use Them ThemChicago ThemChicago ThemChIcago
Chicago March 22 22A A dispatch to the theRecordHerald theRecQrdHerald theRecordHerald
RecordHerald from Bloomington 111 111says 111says Illsays
says saysThe saysThe saysThe
The right of a railroad company to tocompel tocompel
compel passengers to retain hat checks checksgiven checksgiven
given in exchange for tickets and to toproduce toproduce
produce them them upon demand is denied deniedin
in a decision made yesterday by the theappellate theappellate theappellate
appellate court T T and W S Gwinn Gwinnof
of Baltimore who were traveling from fromChicago fromChicago fromChicago
Chicago to St Louis on the Chicago ChicagoAlton ChicagoAlton ChicagoAlton
Alton were ejected from the train at atthis atthis atthis
this place > lace Aug 24 1904 because they theyrefused the therefused theyrefused
refused to produce upon demand of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the conductor the checks given them themin themIn themin
in exchange for their tickets They Theysued Theysued Theysued
sued and were awarded 500 damages damagesthe
the action of the jury in the lower court courtbeing courtbeing courtbeing
being sustained on appeal to the ap appellate a apellate apellate ¬
pellate court The railroad company companywill comDanywiII companywill
will carry up the case which will vir virtually virtually virtually ¬
tually affect all lines to the state su supreme supreme supreme ¬
preme court courtDOMESTIC courtDOMESTIC courtDOMESTIC
DOMESTIC TRAGEDY TRAGEDYNebraska TRAGEDYNebraska TRAGEDYNebraska
Nebraska Farmer Shoots His Wife Wifeand Wifeand Wifeand
and Her Father and Mother MotherWInside MotherWlnside MotherWinside
WInside Neb March 22 22August 22AugustlIfl1er 22AugustMiller August AugustMiller
Miller a young farmer of Stanton Stantoncounty Stantoncount Stantoncounty
county went to the home of his father fatherinlaw fatherinlaw fatherinlaw
inlaw Fred Harnecke where Mrs Mrskliller MrsMiller IrsIlller
kliller had gone after a quarrel and andatally andfatally andfatally
fatally shot his wife and dangerously dangerouslyvounded dangerouslywounded dangerouslywounded
wounded her father and mother Mil Miler Miller MuIcr
ler er was In turn wounded by Harnecke Harneckebut
but > ut not seriously it is thought Bor Borowlng Borrowing Borrowing
rowing a neighbors horse he made his hisescape hisescape hisescape
escape A sheriffs posse is in pursuit purS it
A 4L Fine HeadLiner HeadLinerKNOX Head Liner LinerKNOX Lineri
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No Knocks for Knox Hats HatsTheirmerit HatsL HatsTheir
L Theirmerit Their merit merit is is too well estab established estabr estabhshed ¬
r lished Late spring spi spring ing styles inStafiand in iIIYt iIIYSfiiH in 7 7a 7Stift r
t
Stafiand SfiiH and Soft Blocks are re now nowjreadyfQr nowc nowreacLyior
a
= c jreadyfQr a iy3Qr J your J Jg6od election cJ sifin A AJ Agood
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L F For or Dentist DentistWe 1
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We collected 9000 for forS
S Dr C E W Lpnx Pocatello ofPocatellofrom of Pocatelloi I
i from a railroad man who went wentinto wentinto
into b bankruptcy We caught caughthim caughtI
I him in California We can cancollect cancollect
collect some for you if you turn turnthem turnj
them in inMERCHANTS
j MERCHANTS MERCHANTSPROTECTWE MERCHANTSPROTECTWEASSOCIATiON PROTECTIVE PROTECTIVEFRANCIS
ASSOCIATiON ASSOCIATiONFRANCIS
FRANCIS G LUKE Scientific Collectors IC of Bad Db Debts DebtsFifth I
Fifth Floor Commercial National NptlonalGen NationalGenera
Gen Genera ral Manager Bank Bldg
Salt Lake City CUiU CitySOME
U SOME PEOPLE DONT LIKE US USn n
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INVESTIGATION INVESTIGA liON IS ORDERED ORDEREDSerious ORDfRfOSerious ORIIRllSerious
Serious Charges Made Against AgainsL
L L1 R R1 Thomas of the Black Blackfoot Blackfoot Blackfoot
foot Ida Land Office OfficeSpecial OfficeSpecial OfficeSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HcraldWashington HeraldWashington
Washington D C March 22 22Serlous 22Serlouscharges 22SerIouscharges Seriour Seriourcharges
charges have been preferred against of officials offIcials officials
ficials in the Halley and Blackfoot land lamoffice landoffice landoffice
office in Idaho and Secretary Hitchcock Hitchcockto
to get at the facts has ordered an In Investigation InestigaUon Investigation ¬
vestigation of these offices One of the thealleged thealleged thealleged
alleged offenders L R Thomas register registerof
of the Blackfoot office happens to be a aMormon alIormon aMormon
Mormon and has been under fire before beforefor beforefor beforefor
for maladministration of the office he henow henow henow
now has It is Impossible to get the spe specific specific specific ¬
cific charges made against Thomas but butthey butthey butthey
they are of such a nature that nothing nothingbut nothingbut nothingbut
but a searching s rching investigation will bring bringout bringout bringout
out the facts Thomas is a candidate for fora fora
a third term but it is pretty well con conceded conceded conceded ¬
ceded will fail to get an endorsement this thistime thistime thistime
time United States Commissioner Elliot Elliotand ElUotand Elliotand
and United States Judge Beatty are im implicated impllCated implicated ¬
plicated in the charges against Thomas ThomasN
N J Sharp register of the Halley of office office offloe ¬
fice and Hodgeman an employe of the thesame thesame thesame
same office are also in trouble and an aninvestigation aninvestigation anInvestigation
investigation of that office has been or ordered ordered ordered ¬
dered Sharp was appointed by Senator SenatorHeyburn SenatorHerburn SenatorHeyburn
Heyburn HeyburnGREAT HerburnGREAT HeyburnGREAT
GREAT RAILROAD WRECK WRE < K SALE SALEOf SALEOf SALEOf
Of Clothing Shoes Ladies Dresses DressesWaists DressesWaists DressesWaists
Waists Mens and Childrens Hats HatsMens HatsjIens HatsMens
Mens Collars Underwear and other othermerchandise othermerchandIse othermerchandise
merchandise at your our own price com commencing commencing cornmencing ¬
mencing Saturday March 24 at 173 173West 1i3Vest 173West
West South Temple Empire block blockA
0 0A
A SURE WINNER WINNERThe WINNERThe WINNERThe
The investment of 50 in a building buildinglot
lot in Smelter City will net you 200 20 per percent percen percent
cent cen t in 90 days daysSMELTER daysSMELTER daysSMELTER
SMELTER CITY TOWNSITE CO CO20t
201 D F Walker Blk BlkSanpete BlkSanpete BikS BikSanpete
S
Sanpete pasgengers pas engers Use TJse9li 1 i he h old 11 re reliable reHable reliable ¬
liable S P V Through Thro h coaches Bet Besttime Bettime Bettime
time via Nephi NephiLIST NeDhlLIST NephiLIST
J
LIST AS PUBLISHED PUBLISHEDWAS PUBLISHEDWAS PUBLISHEDWAS
WAS NOT COMPLETE COMPLETEBetween COMPLETEEetween COMPLETEBetween
Between Forty and Fifty Persons PersonsMet PersonsMet PersonsNet
Met Death in iI Bio Grande WreckOperator WreckOperator Wreck WreckOperator
Operator lively Located LocatedDenver
4 4 Denver March 22 22S S Frank FrankLively 4 4Lively f
4 + Lively the Denver Rio Grande Granderailroad Granderailroad + f
+ railroad operator whose unfortu unfortunate unfortunate 4 +
4 nate nap while on duty at Swal + I Ilows
4 lows last Friday morning was the thecause +
+ cause of the disastrous dis strous headon headoncolUsIon 4 4 4collision I
+ collision at Adobe arrived at his hishome + f fhome
+ home In Munfordville Ky last lastevening + f
+ evening according to a dispatch dispatchreceived + I I Ireceived
4 + received here today from Louis LouisvUle Louisyule +
+ yule Lively is reported to have haveexpressed haveexpressed +
+ 4 expressed a willingness to return returnto + f
+ to this state and tell all he knows knowsconcerning knowsconcerning 4 +
4 + concerning the cause of the acci accident 4 4dent
4 + dent Sheriff Esser of Fremont Fremontcounty 4
4 4 county will take steps at once to tosecure tosecure +
4 + secure Livelys LiveI s attendance at the theInquest theInquest +
+ Inquest when the 0 coroners jury jUryreassembles 4reassembles 4
4 + reassembles next Monday MondayIt Ionda 4
4 It is now generally r admitted admittedthat 4 4that j
+ that between forty and fifty per 4 I Isons
4 sons met death In the collision A 4 4list
4 + list of over forty missing persons personswho personswho + 1
4 + who are supposed to have been becnpassengers beenpassengers 4 +
+ passengers on the wrecked trains trainshas trainshas +
4 + has been prepared but some of ofthese 4 4these
4 + these are probably still living Uvingt livingFIREMAN 4 +
4 + + M + + M + + 44 + + + + 4 + + + + + + 4f4 t 0 M M iff t f fFIREMAN t tFIREMAN
FIREMAN JUMPED AND ANDHIS ANDHIS ANDHIS
HIS NECK WAS BROKEN BROKENWebster BROKENI BROKENobster BROKENWebster I
Webster obster City Ia March arch 22 2Going 2Goingat Going Goingat
at the rate of nearly sixty mile an anhour anhour anhour
hour the fast Omaha passenger on the theIllinois the1111nois theIllinois
Illinois Central No No1 1 crashed Into a afreight afreight afreight
freight train one mile west of Dun Duncombe Duncombe Duncombe
combe at 2 oclock this morning The Thefireman Thefireman Thefireman
fireman on the passenger Walter E ECutting ECutting ECutting
Cutting of Waterloo jumped just as asthe asthe asthe
the crash came and his neck was wasbroken wasbroken wasbroken
broken The engineer C M Bryn of ofWaterloo ofWaterloo ofWaterloo
Waterloo was thrown against a wire wirefence wirefence wirefence
fence when his engine was ditched and andslightly andsllghtIy andslightly
slightly bruised The passengers es escaped esca1Jed escaped ¬
caped Injury Four cars on the freight freighttrain freighttrain freIghttrain
train were demolished demolishedTIRED demoUshedTIRED demolishedTIRED
TIRED AND WANTED REST RESTO
O A Robinson Notified the Coroner Coronerand Coronerand Coronerand
and Then Took Morphine MorphineDayton MorphineDayton MorphineDayton
Dayton 0 March 22 22To To the coro coroner coroner corener ¬
ner I am tired and want to rest restThere restThere restThere
There Is no one to notify notifyAfter poUlyAfter potifyAfter
After writing this note O A Robin Robinson Robinson Robinson ¬
son aged ged 50 took a quantity of mor morphine morphine morphine ¬
phine and was found dead in his room roomat roomat roomat
at the Enterprise hotel today todayRobinson tOdayRobinson todayRobinson
Robinson was brought here from the thePacific thePacific thePacific
Pacific coast by a local distilling com company company cornpany ¬
pany a year ago but recently lost his hisposition hIsposition hisposition
position He leaves a family In the thewest thewest thewest
west westWOMAN westWOMAN westWOMAN
WOMAN IS ACCUSED ACCUSEDOF
OF KILLING HUSBAND HUSBANDMerced
Merced Cal March 22 22Mrs Mrs In James JamesDedmon JamesDedmon JamesDedmon
Dedmon Is 1 accused of having mur murdered murdered inurdered ¬
dered her husband at Bearvllle Marl Marlposa Mariposa Marlposa
posa county count by throwing tbrowlngboIIfng boiling water wateron wateron wateron
on him while he was sleeping The Thetragedy Thetragedy Thetragedy
tragedy occurred early on Monday Mondaymorning MondaymornIng Mondaymorning
morning and he died Wednesday Wednesdayafternoon Wedllesdaafternoon Wednesdarafternoon
afternoon Dedmon conducted a store storeat storeat etoreat
at Bear Valley Mrs Dedmon formerly formerlywas formerlywas formerlywas
was the wife of o James Cavagnero who whoran whoo whoran
o ran a It store in Yosemite and also In InFresno inFresno InFresno
Fresno Flats Cavagnero was killed killedby klUedby killedby
by an Indian Xndlanclght eight years ago and his hiswidow hiswidow hiswidow
widow married Dedmon in Yosemite TosemlteLater YosemiteJMlter YosemiteLater
Later they moved to Bear Valley She SheIs She1s SheIs
Is under arrest arr it charged with murder
ELEVEN EVEN DAYS IN SNOWDRIFT SNOWDRIFTBlockade SNOWDRIFTBlockade
Blockade on Rio Grande South Southern Southern Southem ¬
ern em Broken Brokenand and a Train TrainReaches TrainReachesDurango TrainReachesDurango
Reaches ReachesDurango ReachesDurangoDurango Durango DurangoDurango
Durango Colo Cob March 22 22The The snow snowblockade snowblockade snowblockade
blockade which has existed uninter uninterruptedly uninterruptedly uninterruptedly ¬
ruptedly on the sopthern line of the theDenver theDenver theDenver
Denver Rio Grande since the llth of ofMarch ofIarch ofMarch
March was broken today by the arrival arrivalof
of a through train from Denver DenverBlockade DenverBlockade DenverBlockade
Blockade conditions on the Rio RioGrande RioGrande RioGrande
Grande Southern and on the Silverton Silvertonbranch Silvertonbranch Silvertonbranch
branch of the Denver Rio Grande Granderemain Granderemain Granderemain
remain unchanged and train service servicebetween servicebetwe servicebetween
between betwe n Durango and Telluride will willnot wlUnot willnot
not be restored for several days daysAfter dasAfter daysAfter
After being snowbound for twelve twelvedays twelvedas twelvedays
days on the lofty summit of Cumbres Cumbrespass Cumbrespass Curnbrespass
pass at the crest of the San Juan Juanrange juanrange Juanrange
range fifty miles from the nearest nearesttown nearesttown nearesttown
town a trainload of fifty passengers passengersarrived passengersarrived passengersarrived
arrived In Almosa In the heart of the theSan theSan theSan
San Luis valley valleyThe vaneyThe valleyThe
The train left Durango March 10 10and 10and 10and
and after it became stalled the snow snowcontinued snowcontinued snowcontinued
continued falling day after day until untilit
it lay on the level higher than the thesmoke thesmoke thesmoke
smoke stacks of the locomotive locomotiveRailroad locomotiveRalIroad locomotiveRailroad
Railroad employes carried provisions provisionsto
to the Imprisoned passengers by climb climbIng climbIng climbing
Ing the mountain on snowshoes and andthey andthey andthey
they were made as comfortable as pos possible possible possible ¬
sible under the circumstances Owing Owingto
to the high altitude several passengers passengersbecame passengersbecame passengersbecame
became sick sickThe sickThe
The rotary penetrated to the train trainlast trainlast trainlast I
last night and this morning the fires fireswere fireswere fireswere
were again started In the frozen en engine engine ¬
gine and the Journey made to Almosa AlmosaAH AlmosaAU AlmosaAll
AH firstclass restaurants and homes homeshave bomehave ome omehave
have Vienna bakery baltefY bread breadSTORER breadSTORER breadSTORER
STORER WAS WASJN4RURRY WASJN4RURRYUnusual IN A HURRY HURRYUnusual HURRYUnusual
Unusual Course Taken by the Am Ambassador Ambassador ¬ i ibassador
bassador to Austria AustriaVienna AustriaVienna
Vienna March 22 22Secretary Secretary G E ERives ERives EHives I
Rives of the American embassy today todayInformed todayInformed todayInformed
Informed the foreign office here that thatBellamy thatBellamy 1 1Bellamy
Bellamy Storer the retiring American Americanambassador Americanambassador i iambassador
ambassador ceased his connection connectionwith connectionwIth connectionwith
with the embassy March 10 and re requested requested ¬
quested the AustroHungarIan govern government government ¬ I
ment to agree to the appointment of ofCharles ofCharles
Charles S Francis immediately This Thisthe Thisthe Thisthe I
the foreign office declares is a most mostunusual mostU I Iunusual
U unusual proceeding According to toEuropean toEuropean I
European diplomatic traditions tradi ions Mr MrStorer lIrStorer MrStorer
Storer remains ambassador until the thepresentation thepresentation thepresentation
presentation of his letters of recall recalleither recaUeither recalleither
either by himself or his successor and anduntil anduntil i iuntIl
until this is done this government must mustregard mustregard mustregard
regard Mr Storer as ambassador from fromthe fromthe i ithe
the United States StatesTerrible StatesAWfUL StatesMVFUL
AWfUL PSORIASIS PSORIASIS3BYEARS
35 3BYEARS 3BYEARSTerrible YEARS YEARSTerrible
Terrible Scaly Humor in Patches PatchesAil Pat PatchesAll hes
All Over the Body BodySkm Skin Cracked Crackedand Crackedand Crackedand
and Bleeding BleedingItching Itching Unbeac Unbeacable UnbeacableCured UnbeaableCured
able ableCured Cured by Cuticura in Thirty ThirtyDays ThirtyDays ThiriyDays
Days at Cost of 475 475ANOTHER 475ANOTHERWONDERFUL
ANOTHER ANOTHERWONDERFUL ANOTHERWONDERFULCURE WONDERFUL WONDERFULCURE WONDERFULGURE
CURE BY CUTICURA CUTICURAI
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I thirtyfive years It was in patches all allover allover eliover
over body I us used d three thr e cakes
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ment and two twobottles twobottles twobottles
bottles of Cuti Cuticura Cu CuticuraResolvent ti ticura ¬
cura curaResolvent Resolvent I Ibathed Ibathed Ibathed
bathed with the theSoap theSoap theSoap
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Ointment once a aday aday aday
day and took the theResolvent theResolvent theResolvent
Resolvent as di directed directed directed ¬
rected In thirty I
days I was completely cured and andthink
think permanently as it was about five fiveyears fiveyears I
years ago agoThe agoU
U The psoriasis first made its appear appearance appearance ¬ II IIancc
ance anccred n red spots generally forming a acircle acircle I Icircle
circle leaving in the center a aspotabout aspotaboutthe spot about aboutthe aboutthe
the size of a silver dollar of sound flesh fleshIn fleshIn I IIn
In a short time the affected circle circlewould circlewould I Iould
would ould form a heavy dry scale of a white awhiteveryappearaiceandwould whitesilvery whitesilvery
silvery veryappearaiceandwould appearance and would gradually graduallydrop graduallydrop I Idrop
drop dropoff off To remove remove the entire scales scalesby scalesby scalesby
by bathing or using oil to soften them themthe themthe themthe
the flesh would be perfectly raw and a alight slight alight
light discharge of of bloody substance substancewould substancewould substancewould
would ooze oozeout out That Th t scaly crust crustwouid crustwouidform would wouldform wouJ d dform
form again in twentyfour hours purS It Itwas ItI Itwas
was worse on my arms andiiinbs an Timbs al although although although ¬
I though it was m spots all over my mybody mybody mybody
body also on my scalp If I let the thescales thescaIesremafn thescales
scales scaIesremafn remain too long without remov removing removing removing ¬
ing by bath or otherwise the skin skinwould skinwould skinwould
would crack and bleed I suffered sufferedintense sufferedintense sufferedintense
intense itching worse at nights after aftergetting aftergetting aftergetting
getting warm in bed or blood warm warmy warmby warmby
getting by y exercise when it would be almost almostunbearable almostunbearable aimostunbearable
unbearable unbearableTo
To sum it itnll all up I would not go gothrough gothrough gothrough
through such another anotherordeal ordeal of affliction afflictionfor
for or thirtyfive years for the State of ofTr ofKansas ofKansaa
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large assortment of ofresh fresh cut cutflowers cutflowers cutflowers
flowers flowersThe flowersThe flowersThe
The prices are way under underthe underthe underthe
the ordinary For carnations carnationswe
we ask 50c oc 75c and 5100 100 the thedozen thedozen thedozen
dozen Youve been paying paying75c paying75c paying75c
75c 100 1 00 and 150 for no nobetter 110better nobetter
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1000 yards of this to go Friday at
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300 to 500 Lace Yokes friday and Sat Saturday Saturday Saturday
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most desirable styles stylesMens stylesMens stylesMens
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