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2 THE SALT LAKE HERALD WEDNESDAY EDXESIt Y APRIL Al > RIlJ II 1905 I
MIXTURE IN THE THENEW THENEVfASSEMBLY
NEW NEVfASSEMBLY NEVfASSEMBLYThree ASSEMBl Y YThree
Three Catholic Priests Elected Electedby Electedby Electedby
by the Liberal Libe al and Progres Progressive Progressive Progressive ¬
sive Element in Russia RussiaALSO RussiaALSO RussiaALSO
ALSO ONE JEWISH RABBI RABBIFOLLOWER RABBIFOLLOWER RABBIFOLLOWER
FOLLOWER OF MAHOMET AMONG AMONGTHOSE AMONGTHOSE AMONGTHOSE
THOSE CHOSEN CHOSENSt
St Petersburg April 10 10Allhough Although many manyorthodox manyorthodox manyorthodox
orthodox priests prle ts were among those elect elected electEd ¬
ed 1 to the secondary convention not a asingle Itfllngl angli
single ngli one has been returned to parliament parlia puliamfnt parliament ¬
ment On the other hand three Cath Catholic CaUloIfc Catliolic ¬
olic priests one rabbi and ono Moham Mohammedan MoliamTnedan rolulmmedan ¬
medan priest have been elected The re returns returns returns ¬
turns of the elections Qlect ns are not yet complete com comIlte cornplete ¬
plete It develops that at the last mo moment mo1TH moThent ¬
ment 1TH > nt the neeting of the Bessarabia B088Rl Besearabiane1otoraI bian bianl n nelectoral
electoral l toral college was postponed po tponed until untilApril untilApril untilApril
April 19 Out of 155 members elected electedliz
112 belong to the Constitutional Demo Democrats Dumorats Democrata ¬
rats < and other progressive progre ive bodies 15 15to 15to 1ito
to the Octoberlets 4 1 to the Reactionary Reactionaryparty Re Reactionaryparty ctlonary ctlonaryparty
party and 24 are unclassified
b Elections Annulled AnnulledThe AnnulledThe AnnulledThe
The elections elec ons of three more Constitu Constitutional C Conatitufional > n3titu n3tituhonal ¬
tional Democrats D rnocrats who were candidates candidatesr
for r parliament and who had been chos chosen chc chcn chosen ¬
en n as electors of the second degree Iegr for forthe forth forthe
the th CIty of St Petersburg nave > ben n an annulled annulled annulled ¬
nulled by the government on the th ground groundthat groundthat groundthat
that they like Professor Milukoff are areunder arounder areunder
under indictment In connection with sus suspended susJHhded suspehded ¬
pended publications These men are Pro Proffssor Professor Profpssor
ffssor Hodsky HOdsk editor of Nasha Shlsn ShisnJM ShlsnM
JM Margulics a lawyer and Joseph Jos ph His HisKrn H1Offn li s ssen
Krn editor of the Reich the two latter latterl latterlPfn latterbeing
l lPfn being Hns Jews JewsThf JewsThf JewsThf
Thf > emperor has ordered that the no nomadic nomadic noThadic ¬
madic tribes of the Khlrmhiz and of the theKalmuks theI theIa1muks
Kalmuks I each of which is entitled to toelect tot tolert
elect lert t a member m < mber 4o o parliament shall hold holdtheir holdtheir hordtheir
their elections el 110n8 The Khlrghlz whose wh > 8e re religion reJigion reigon ¬
ligion igon is a mixture of Islamism Islaml m and idol idolatry Jdc1try idetrv ¬
atry trv wander w lder from the slopes o the theVral therrul theTrnI
Vral mountains southeastward to the thestpppes theft thesteppes
stpppes ft > ppes of the Western Volga Vol go The Kal Kalmuks RalmukR iuImiiks ¬
muks who are Buddhists live in the theiiorthern thp1lorth theitorthern
iiorthern 1lorth > rn part of the Caucasus Each of ofthfIr ofthfir oftheir
thfIr tribes elects a representative to t1 the theelectoral th thdeetoral theleetoral
electoral college which thereupon choos chooses rhoosc ¬ I Ithe
es c the members of O parliament parliamentA
A motion was made at a recent meet meeting meetIng meetlrg ¬
ing of the Free Fr > e Economic ociety for foryears frars forars
years > ars the CeAter of liberalism to expel expelPromier expelPremier 1xpelPrPMiPr
Premier Witte from membership m < mbershlpon on the theground theground thegrnnd
ground et f big hiRacqui acquiescence < seence with the pol poli p1if
i of repression repn > 8sion The derision deC sion of the thesorioty theu theroity
sorioty u ty has ht not been announced announcedWfDOOGALUEETSEND announcedWllBYDOUGAll announced5ftBYDOUA
WfDOOGALUEETSEND WllBYDOUGAll MEETS END ND
Succumbs to Attack of StomachTrouble Stomach StomachTrouble StomachTrouble
Trouble After Illness ofYears of ofYears ofYears
Years YearsWilliiunBarnard YearsWi1l YearsWilImernard
WilliiunBarnard Wi1l Jiatnard Dougall jr eldest son sonof sonMr sonC
C of Mr and Md Mrs W B Dougall and agrandson a agrandson agtandsonaf
grandson gtandsonaf ofBrighnm of Brigham Young died yesterday yes y ytistrday s stcrday ¬
terday ijnocning at theL the I L D S hospitalof hospital
of If inflammation of the stomach His Hislast Hislast H18last
last sickness came suddenly He was wastaken wasLken wasttken
taken Lken to the hospital Friday FrIda where here an anoptration anptration anptratlon
optration < was performed Saturday morn mornIng mornIng mornIng
Ing His health has been poor for the theIuf the1t thejict
Iuf jict 1t = t two years ears and his physical condi condition condition conditinn ¬
tion could not withstand the effects of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the operation operationMr
Mr lr Dotipall DoJ 11 was born in Salt Lake LakeMay LakeIa LakelIa
May lIa Ia 7 1S 1869 9 He married Miss Harriet HarrietRichards HarrIetRkhards HarrietRichards
Richards nine years ngo HIs wife and andthree andthree andthree
three children Marie Grant and Alice Alicesurvive Alicesl1tyhp Alicesurvive I
survive him His parents and a sister sisterCatherine sisteratherlne sisteratherIne
Catherine < are in California They have havewn havelpfn havebein
lpfn wn notified of Mr Dougalls death deathMost deathtost deathMost
Most tost of the deceaseds life was spent spentin sp spentIn nt ntIn
in Salt Lake When hen a boy he was man manafffr mann mantgr
afffr n fr of the Deaeret De eret Telegraph companyirid company companytnd companyrlfld
tnd also on the staff of the News He Hewas Hewa I IWa
was Wa a finished pianist and musicianWhile musician musicianWhile I IVhile
While In England on on8 a a mission his health healthrRan healthfjran healthbegan
began > < rRan to fall Tie later accepted a peal position posltn pealtin ¬
tin upon up h the staff of the Millennial MillennialStar Millennialtmr li1lennlaltar
Star tar but was forced to return to Salt SaltTwke SRlt1Ike Salt1ke
Twke because of his health During Durin theptst the thepist ther
pist r t few le years he has been successful successfulin
in n the insurance In urance business Until his par parnts parnts parnts
< nts return from the coast no funeral funeralarrangements funeralrran1em funeralirrangements
arrangements rran1em will l be made madeMANS madeMANS ad adMANS =
MANS PECULIAR ACCIDENT ACCIDEWKicking ACCIDENTXicking ACCIDENTKicking
Kicking Horse Drives Piece DJ DJBarbed of ofBarbed ofBarbed
Barbed Wire in His Neck to toSome toSome toSome
Some Depth DepthIxtgan DepthIogan
4 Logan April 10 10HenryBaer 10Henry Henry Beer a younjman young youngman youngman
man of Providence came Into Logan thl thlmnrnlng this thismorning thismorning
morning to have a surgeon remove a piecf piece pieceI piece4f
which had been driven driveidownward drivend
< 4f If > f barbed wire
downward d wnard in his neck a distance of ovetiine over overlhre
tiine 111 rtc Inches A horse hor e kicked at him andstriking am amstriking and andtriklng
striking a loose wire caused it to whirl whiruround whirlamund whirlA1OUfld
uround with the result above statedgirl stated statedA statedrlrl
A girl rlrl named Pehrson was badly bHdl scalded scaldecthii scalded1hi scaldedtliii
thii 1hi afternoon atterlWOnL She was boiling some soui souiin soup soupm soupIn
in a tight kettle and the steam generated generatedifv genenLtedldpV generatedliicw
ldpV ifv the lid 6ff and threw soup into the thifc thef
fc f of the unfortunate girlMrs girl girlMrs girllrt
Mrs lrt Almira T Merrill relict of the lat latApostle late lateAln lateAIste <
Apostle Aln tle M W Yo Merrill dies die at her honnfn home homeTn homern
fn Richmond yesterday e terda She was in her heirTth herth herth
rTth th year She was born In Salt Lake Lakiity LakeCity Lakeelty
City < ity and when a girl became the thirdilygamous third thircPolygamous thirdII1
Polygamous II1 gamous wife of Mr Merrill She ii iithe Is Isthe isth
the th mother of twelve children eleven ofwhom o owhom of ofwhom
whom are now living Many 1Ian of them are anprominent areromlnent arepromlnent
prominent romlnent in educational and professlonalife professional
life lif > Funeral services will be held li litho In Inth Inthc
thc th < tabernacle at Richmond on Wednes Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday ¬
day at 11 oclock a m
FINDS yjj CHECK CHECkCASHES CASHES IT ITMan ITMan ITMan
Man Secures Money toneyom Prom Bank of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Republic and Then Dis Disappears Disappears DisappearS ¬
appears appearsSome appearsSome appearSSome
Some man was 1500 500 richer Monday even evening evening evening ¬
ing than he was Monday morning The TheNational TheNatlonbl TheNatlohai
National Bank Of e the Republic William WilliamP WiUl m mP
P Kisor manager of the th Wagner Vagh r Brew Brewing Brewlt1g Brewftig ¬
ing company of Salt Lake Lak and nd Jacob J cub for Bergerman B forgerman r rg
german g rmnt1 manager of the th Utah Liquor Liquorcompany LiquorCOmpany Liquorcompan
company are te anxious to find him Mr MrBergorman MrBergerinan
Bergorman wrote a check Monday aftermloon after afternoon aft r r1100n ¬ I
noon upon the National l Bank or the th Re RePUU11U Republlo ItOpubilo
publlo PUU11U In III tM this liliB city VlLy tot AUl orO0 fUW 500 payable t1a JJUJ nble tiUIC tu IU Mr MrKiser MrKiser 4U1 4U1Riser
Kiser Both men endorsed the check and andMr andMr atidMr
Mr Kiser pIa placed oed the piece lece of paper in hispockot hispocket his hispocket
pocket Later in the afternoon while athorne athome at athome
home Mr Klisar I or discovered that the checkwa checkwas check checkwan
wan wa gone Mo searched throu through h hisclothes hisclothos his hisclothes
clothes and at last l t concluded that he hehad hehad hehad I IIng
had lost the precious slip l1p of paper Fearing Fear FearIng
Ing that some otto vould find It and cash cashit
it he hurried down town to notify thebank thebank the thebank
bank of his loss and ordered paymentstopped payment paymentstopped paymentstopped
stopped stoppedHe
He was told at the bank that a welldressed welldressed well welldressed
dressed stranger had presented the check checkat
at the window and had received everycent everycent every everycent
cent called for in the check Th painteller payingteller paying payingteller
teller had handed out the mone money with nosuspicions nosuspicions no nosuspicions
suspicions as the slip carried the endorsem endorsement endorse endorsement ¬
ment m > nt of Mr Bergerman and Kiser The Theteller Thet Theteller
t teller < lIer was able to remember the man andfurnished andfurnished and andfurnished
furnished an excellent description of hima himCHARGE himCUARGE him himCHARGE
a
CHARGE OF EMBEZZLEMENT OFMBLLEMNTEdward EMBEZZUHERIEdward
Edward Blackburn Cousin of tinKentucky the theKentucky theKentucky
Kentucky Senator Under UnderArrest UnderAITest UnderArrest
Arrest at Wichita
Wichita Kan April 10 lOEdward 10EdwardBlackburn Edward EdwardBlackburn
Blackburn treasurer of the Wichita WichitaStock WichitaStock WichitaStock
Stock Yards company was arrested arrestedthis arrestedthis arrestedthin
this afternoon on the charge of em embezzling embezzling embezzling ¬
bezzling 20000 from the company He Headmits Headmits Headmits
admits the theft theftThe theftThe theftThe
The arrest was made at the instance instanceof
of Talton Embry the largest stock stockholder stockholder stockholder ¬
holder of the company com pan by Chief of ofPolice ofPolice ofPolice
Police Cubbon The shortage was dis discovered discovered discovered ¬
covered two week ago when Mr Em Embry Embry Embry ¬
bry came here to make an investiga investigation Investigation Investigation ¬
tion An expert was put to work on onthebooks onthe onthe
thebooks the books and the shortage discovered discoveredAt
At that time an officer was secured to towatch towatch towatch
watch Blackburn BlackburnBlackburn BlackburnBlackbun BlackburnBlackburn
Blackburn came to this city several severalyears severalyears severalyears
years ago He is a cousin of Senator SenatorBlackburn SenatorBlackburn SenatorBla
Blackburn Bla < kburn of Kentucky KentuckyBlaqkburn KentuckyBla KentuckyBlrukburn
Blaqkburn Bla < kburn made his confession to the thestock thestock thestock
stock yards directors at the time the theshortage theshortage theshortage
shortage was discovered He 1mphcated impli implicated Implicated ¬
cated no one oneBAILEY oneBAiLEY
It ItBAILEY
BAILEY SPEAKS ON THE THERAILROAD THERAILROAD THERAILROADRATE
RAILROAD RAILROADRATE RATE BILL BILLContinued BILLContinued BILLContinued
Continued on Page 2 2gross 2gress 2gress
gress to the courts that t uit the supreme supremecourt supremecourt supremecourt
court shall consider all questions and the thesenator thesenator thesenator
senator is right In saying sayingMr saingU saingU1Ir sayingMr
Mr Aldrich AldrichThe The circuit court courtMaine courtMaine courtMaine
Maine Senator Hopeful
ilr Ir Hale Ha1eNo No finally the supreme supremecourt supremecourt supremecourt
court that it if It gets as far as that thatBut thatBut thatBut
But the senator isright is right in saying wheth whether ¬
er it shall be just compensation or just justand justand justand
and reasonable or any an other oth < r term Is not notof notof notof
of Importance that the court will set settle settle settIe ¬
tle it all and will ill finally decide I look lookout lookout lookout
out of this controversy hopefully to this thisgeneral thisglnoral thisgeneral
general result The commission will be bestrengthened bestrengthened bestrengthened
strengthened X thiaklt think it ought to be I Ithink Ithink Ithink
think It is essential that we wehaye have as asgood asgood asgood
good men upon that commission as there thereare thereare thereare
are on the circuit benches I will vote votethat votetht votethat
that Its decisions shall not be interfered interferedwith interferedwith interferedwith
with by injunctions until it reaches the thefinal thefinal thefinal
final court and then I believe that the thesenate thesenate thesenate
senate will agree to the proposition that thatreview thatreview thatreview
review shall be by the supreme court of ofthe oftho ofthe
the broadest and most ample kind and andthat andthat andthat
that the t e senator has largely contributed contributedto
to this beneficent b result Is to me very veryplain veryplain veryplain
plain
Bailey Bailey Expresses Pleasure PleasureMr
Mr Bailey expressed gratification over overthis overthis overthis
this endorsement and expressed his re regret regret regret ¬
gret that he had not been able ab1 to agree agreewith a agreewith ce cewith
with Messrs Knox and Spooner They Theyhave The Thehave Theyhave
have he said taken a position never neverbefore neverbefore neverbefore
before taken in the senate or advocated advocatedby
by b the courts In their effort to draw a adistinction adistinction adistinction
distinction between jurisdiction and ju judicial judicial judicial ¬
dicial power They could get a a patent patenton
on it for its novelty but it would be de denied denied denied ¬
nied for its lack of value he hesaid said andwas and andwas I Iwas
smile at the theexpense theexpense theexpense
was rewarded rew rded by a general
expense of his opponents opponentsExpressing opponentsExpressln opponentsExpressing
Expressing his gratification at the th < sell sentiment selltiment semitiment ¬
timent in support of his amendment he heexpressed heexpre880d heexpressed
expressed the hope that Messrs Spooner Spoonerand Spoonerand Spoonerand
and Knox would see the situation as he hedoes hedoes hedoes
does Then he said we might mi ht have havea
a new national emblem in the big stick stickand stickand stickand
and pitchfork pitchforkNo
No Fear of the Result ResultHe
He had no apprehension concerning the theeffect theeffect theeffect
effect of the proposed legislation In Instead Instead Instead ¬
stead of undesirable results he was of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the opinion that the railroads rallron < 1s would be beforced beforced beforced
forced by It to do justice Then he hesaid hegald hesaid
said we would hear no more of railrood rail ranrood railrood
rood senators and railroad influence inpolitics in inpolitics Inpolitics
politics and I for f r one one would be delighted delightedto
to have the railroads entirely eliminated eliminatedfrom eUmlnatedfrom eliminatedfrom
from the public affairs of the country countryMr countryMr countryMr
Mr Bailey concluded with 435 p m mafter mafter mafter
after speaking for four hours and tenminutes ten tenminutes tenminutes
minutes amid an outburst of applause applausewhich applausewhich applausewhich
which the th chair found it impossible to tosuppress tosuppress tosuppress
suppress suppressMr suppress1lr suppressMr
Mr Knox was among the first to offer offercongratulations offercongratulations offercongratulations
congratulations and Mr lr LaFollette Lal < ollette pat patted patted patted ¬
ted Mr Bailey affectionately on the theback theback theback
back backAt backAt backAt
At 440 the senate went into executive executivesession executIvesossion executivesession
session and five minutes later adjourned adjournedHeadaches adjournedHeadaches
4 4Headaches
Headaches and Neuralgia From ColdaLaxative Colds ColdsLaxative ColdsLaxative
Laxative Bromo Quinine the world worldwiJe worldwile worldwhie
wile Cold and Grip remedy removes removesthe removesthe removesthe
the cause Call for the full name and andlook andlo andIok
look lo k for signature of E W Grove 25c
GJr LADIES KNOX KNOXSAlLO KNOXSAILORS
SAlLO SAILORS SAILORSI RS RSg
g I In our window today There Thereis Thereisnothing is isnothing ISnothing
nothing made which appeals more moreto mo morey e etef
y to tef a woman than the convenience convenienceand convenience convenienceand
and comfort of a sailor hat This Thisis ThisTT
TT is particularly true of the Knox Knoxsailor Knoxsailor KnoxI
I sailor for which we have the ex exelusive exclusive exclusive
clusive agency 350 and 500 500Xi oo ooW2
< f
V Xi W2 2 South S Main Street StreetG StreetADAMSGOOD treet treetAD
AD ADAMSGOOD A1 G > O O D C CLOTHS LOT HSS = S JS STOP STOPI iO F Pfi
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Ogden News NewsOffice
Office 2484 Washington AveOgden Ave AveOgden AveOgden
Ogden Wednesday April 11 11Southern 11REYNOLDS 11RYNODS
REYNOLDS NOW SECRETARY SECRETARYSouthern
Southern Pacific Man Takes Execu
1 tive Position With WeberClub Weber WeberClub
I Club ClubAt ClubAt I IAt
At a meeting of the board of direc directors directors directorn ¬
tors of the Weber club yesterday theresignation the theresignation theresIgnation
resignation of I L I Reynolds from the thedirectorate thedirectorate thedirectorate
directorate was received and accepted acceptedand acceptedand
and Dr Lyman Skeen appointed to the theposition theposition theposition
position Mr Reynolds was then ap appointed appoInted appointed ¬
pointed to the position of assistant sec secretary secretary seeretary ¬
retary of the club which was created createdat
at the annual meeting held Mondaevening lIondayevening Monday Mondayevening >
evening As a result of his appointment appointmentMr
Mr Reynolds has tendered his resigna resignation resignation resignation ¬
tion to Superintendent E C Manson olthe of ofthe Ofthe
the Southern Pacific in whose office he hewas hewas hewas
was employed as assistant chief clerk clerkHe clerkHe clerkHe
He will assume his new duties at onceFOR once onceFOR onceFOR
FOR CIVIC IMPROVEMENT IMPROVEMENTConcerted
Concerted Effort Begun for Beautify Beautifying Beautifyi Beautifying
ing i ng the Town TownThe TownThe TownThe
The committee appointed by b the ReaEstate Real RealEstate RealEstate
Estate Mens association to arrange for foithe forthe forthe
the formation of the civic improvemenleague Improvement Improvementleague improvementleague
league held a meeting yesterday after afternoon afternoon afternoon
noon which was attended by Mayor Ma or E EM EiI
M Conroy A committee consisting o oDon of ofDon ofDon
Don Maguire W V W V Kennedy and J P PLewis I ILewis FLewis
Lewis was appointed to select a list o oofficers of ofofficers ofofficers
officers which will be presented later laterfor laterfor
by the league A mas
meeting e was called to be
county court house at S oclock Thurs Thursday Thursday Thursday ¬
day evening Permanent organization organizationwill
will then be effected effectedThe effectedThe effectedThe
The city council was requested to en enforce enforce enforce ¬
force the ordinance regarding livestock livestockrunning livestoclcrunning livestockrunning
running at large within the city lim limits limits urnIts ¬
its itsA A committee was appointed to meet meetwith meetwith meetwith
with the council to secure Its coopera cooperation cooperntion cooperation ¬
tion tionRealizing Realizing the work that can be done donein donein donein
in beautifying the city the principals principalsof
of the different schools met with Superintenden Su Superintendent SuperIntendent ¬
perintendent t William Allison yesterday yesterdayand yesterdaand yesterdayand
and evolved a plan whereby a vigorous vigorouscampaign vigorouscampaign vigorouscampaign
campaign will be waged in the interest interestof
of civic beauty The plans adopted in include include inelude ¬
clude regular Arbor Day exercises which whichwill whichwill whichwill
will be held In the schools Friday In Inthe Inthe inthe
the morning the regular school execises execisesof
of planting shrubs shru s and trees around the theschool theschool theschool
school grounds will be gone through throu h with withSaturday withSaturday withSaturday
Saturday will be devoted to a general generalcleaning generalcleaning generalcleaning
cleaning up of the rooms and the inter interiors interiors interlors ¬
iors of the buildings When this has hasbeen hmbeen hasbeen
been completed the force of workers will willrid willrid willrid
rid the grounds of rubbish of any kind kindwhich kindwhich kindwhich
which tends to destroy neatness and or order order order ¬
der around the buildings After this a asystematic asystematic asystematic
systematic method of fighting fi hting off the thedirt thedIrt thedirt
dirt will be kept up Monday all the thepupils thepupiJs thepupils
pupils will proceed to improve the ap appearance appearance appearaflee ¬
pearance of their homes In which whl h the theparents tl1 tl1parents theparents
parents have boon requested to Join their theirchildren theirchildren theirchildren
children On Tuesday a report of the thework thework thework
work done will be returned to the prin principals rin rincipals rincipals ¬
cipals of the different schools These Thesereports TheMreports Thesereports
into large largeluyvii larereport are arerop
reports will be merged one
rop report luyvii rt w vrnivii whlth l h will vv n be u j given vii to v the pub pub11c putlie imj imjlic
lie as an evidence of what a concerted concertedmovement concertedmovement concertedmovement
movement along the linos indicated can
accomplish accomplishWILL accomplishWILL accomplishWILL
WILL FORM LABOR PARTUnion PARTY PARTYUnion PARTYUnion
Union Men Organize to Secure Legis Legislation Legislation Legislation
lation They Desire DesireThe DesireThe DesireThe
The labor unions of Ogden Ogd n have placed placedthe placedthe placedthe
the Scofield broom factory of this city cityunder cityunder cit citunder
under the ban They allege the factory factoryIs
Is encouraging convict labor l bor and thaithey thai thatthey h t tthey
they have not made a broom In Ogden Ogdorfor Ogdenfor Ogdenfor
for two years and that their products productscome productscome productscome
come from the Wyoming W omingstate state peniten penitentiary penitentiary penitontiary ¬
tiary after which whi < h it is labeled here as asa asa asa
a home product The manager of the fac factory factory factory ¬
tory admitted a mitted that the brooms come from froirthe fromthe fronithe
the Wyoming penitentiary and said thaithis that thatthis thatthis
this was no secret He intimated thai thaithe thatthe thaithe
the action of the labor unions was mere merely mereb merely ¬
ly that of spite work workAnother workAnother workAnother
Another matter th tht t has received atten attention aUention attention ¬
tion at the hands o the labor unions is isthe hthe is I Ithe
the employment agencies which they thescharacterize theycharacterize theycharacterize
characterize as being holdups Steps will wilbe willbe willbe
be taken to secure state control of these theseconcerns theseconcerns thescconcerns
concerns so as s to make them amenable amenableto
to the law The unions have decided tcorganize tc toorganize tcorganize
organize a union labor party In Utah t tinsist to toinsist tcInsist
insist upon their members withdrawing withdrawingfrom withdrawingfrom
from the support of other political parties partiesThis partiesThis partiesThis
This movement has been going on for foisome forsome forsome
some time in secret It was stated thaioutside thai thatoutsIde thaioutside
outside of Ogden all other cities of the tinstate thetate thEstate
state tate where labor unions exist havagreed hav l1aveagreed havcagreed <
agreed to Join the movement Delegate Delegatewill Del Delegatemwill < gates gateswill
will be sent from Ogden to a meeting tc tcbe tobe tebe
be held in Salt Lake April 22 for the pur purpose purpose purpose
pose of furthering plans In support of the themovement themovement thcmovement
movement movementSHEEP movementSHEEP movementSHEEP
SHEEP FOR IDAHO IDAHOFlocks IDAHOFlocks IDAHOFlocks
Flocks Soon to Be Moved North IntState Int Into IntoState intcState
State StateMany StateMany StateMany
Many of the flocks of sheep owned bv bvUtah byUtah b bUtah
Utah and Nevada sheepmen are now or orthe ontJ1e orthe
the way wa to Idaho and the balance will b bstarted be bestarted bestarted
started within a short time This move movement movement movement ¬
ment Is the result of the recent decislor decislorof
of Judge Beatty of the United States dis district district distrIct ¬
trict court of Idaho giving owners th thright the thetight thcright
right to take their flocks into Idaho provldlng pro providing proSviding
viding the sheep were not affected by dis dlsease disease disease
ease It is stated that some of the sheei sheeihave sheephave sheeihave
have been found to be infected with witlscabies withscabies withscpbies
scabies These will be subjected to th thregulations the theregulations theregulations
regulations prescribed by the Idaho au authorities authorities authorIties ¬
thorities Judge Corn Attorney James H HDevine HDevine HDevine
Devine and Commissioners Rowe McBIr McBIrney McBirney McBirney
ney and Noble left for Pocatello yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day to attend Judge Beattys court The Thicommissioners Thecommissioners Thecommissioners
commissioners will report to the court courtIt courtIt
It is said that a minority report will be bepresented bepresented b bpresented
presented It is expected that Drs Rowiand Rowe Roweand Roweand
and McBirney will render a report favor favorable faorable favorable
able on the rules for dipping sheep an anDr and andDr anDr <
Dr Noble will sign objections The ob ohjections objections objections
jections are said to be based upon claim claimthat claimsthat claimrthat
that many of the sheep have been overanges over overranges ovexranges
ranges infected by diseased herds herdsBOND herdsBOND herdsBOND
BOND OF 20000 ASKED ASKEDCity
Council Fixes Amount for Sal
Lake Ogden Road RoadThe RoadThe RoadThe
The city council last evening granted grantedto
to the auditing committee an additionalallowance additional additionalallowance additionalallowance
allowance of 200 to complete the work workThey workThey workThey
They announced they had used the thepreviously 200previously 200 200previously
previously allowed allowedSimon allowedSimon allowedSimon
Simon Bamberger president of the SaltLake Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake Ogden railway submitted a com communication communication cornmunicatlon ¬
munication asking the council to name the theamount theamount theamount
amount of bonds necessary In connection connectionwith connectionwith connectionwith
with the commencement of work on the thecompanys thecompanys thecompanys
companys line in Ogden as provided for forIn forin
1 in the franchise granted to it The bonds bondswere bondswere bondswere
were fixed at 20000 Bids were received receivedfor
for repairs to the dugway and the bid of ofW otV ofv
W V G Wilson of 45 cents per ton for ma marterial material material
terial the city to pay 2 21 cents per ton for forweighing forweIghing forweighing
weighing was accepted A committee committeefrom committeefrom committeefrom
from the Civic Improvement league ad addressed addrassed addressed ¬
dressed the council asking for the coop cooperation cooperaUon cooperation ¬
eration of that body bod r in its work A com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee consisting of Councilmen W Fly Flygare FlyJare Fiygare
gare and William Dickson was appointed appointedfor
for this purpose purposeHumane purposeHumane purposeHumane
Humane Society Meeting MeetingThe
The Ogden Humane society held a ameeting ameeting I Imeeting
meeting last night and accepted the resljt resljtnation resl reslnation reslgnation
nation of Mrs George J Kelley and J P PONeill PONelll PONeill
ONeill from the board of trustees Miss MissBirdie MissBirdie 1iss 1issBirdie
Birdie Taylor was appointed to fill the theplace theplace theplace
place The other vacancy was left un unfilled unfilled unfilled ¬
filled It was decided to assess each mem member membor membor ¬
bor 15 cents per year Seven members are areenrolled areenrolled areenrolled
enrolled since tho last meeting The so society society soclety ¬
ciety determined to print several severa thous thousand thousand thousand ¬
and copies of the humane law for free freedistribution freedistribution freedistribution
distribution throughout the city and andcounty andcount andcounty
county count Another meeting will be held heldnext heldnext heldnext
next Tuesday TuesdaySuits TuesdaySuits TuesdaySuits
Suits Against Union Pacific PacificIn
In the district court c u t yesterday the tak taking takingot takIng ¬
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A Michigan Mother Preserved to Her HerFamily HerFamily He HeFamilY
Family by Dr Williams WilliamsPink WilliamsPInk WilliamsPink
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When the blood is impoverished the thenerves thenerves thenerves
nerves starve and neuralgia or something somethingmore somethingmore
more serious swiftly sw tly follows Nervous Nervouspeople N ervons ervonspeople errouspeople
people are generally pale people By Bysupplying Bysupplying Bysupplying
supplying through the blood those vital vitalelements vimlelements vitalelements
elements that the nerves need Dr DrWil DrWilliams DrWilliains Wil Williams
liams Pink Pills for Pale People have haveperformed haveperformed haveperformed
performed those remarkable cures that thatmake tbatmalte thatmake
make it impossible for any nervous suf sufferer sufferer ¬ 1 1ferer
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A recent rec nt case is that of Mrs PeterMorrissette Peter PeterMorrissette PeterMorrissette
Morrissette of Ko 815 Eleventh street streetAlpeua streetAlpena I IAlpena
Alpena Mich who writes as follows followsMy followsu followsMy
u My trouble started with childbirth childbirthAfter childbhthAfter childbirthAfter
After one of my children was w weis s born I had hada
a a kind of paralysis I was very ery weak weakand weakand weakaiiel
and my mouth was a little crooked I Iwas Iwas Iwas
was always tired aud was so nervous nervousthat nervonsthat nervousthat
that I could not bear to hear a dog bark barkor
or a bell ring ringeven even the little bird in its itscage itscalSe itscase
heart flut fluttered fluttered finttered
cage would annoy me My Myheart ¬
tered a great deal and I had dizzy spells spellsI
I was not able to be left alone alonemedicine aloneMy aloneMydoctor
Mydoctor My doctor ga gave e me different kinds of ofmedicine ofmedicine
medicine changing it several times timesWhen timesWhen j jWhen
When it was evident that he could not nothelp nothelp nothelp
help me he said ho did not understand understandmy
my case This was three years ago and andI
I was very nluch T discouraged JJ wu frf3 < when mybrother my mybrother 1 1brother
brother who had taken Dr Williams WilliamsPiuk WilliamsPink WilliamsPink
Pink Pills recommended them to me I Itried Itried Itried
tried them and audlloticed noticed a change for tho thobetter thobettervb thebetter
better bettervb when u I was taking taki takingthe gtbe the second box boxDr boxDrWilliams j jDr
Dr DrWilliams Williams Pink Pills cured me and I Ihave Ihave
have been well ever since I now do nIl nIlmy nilmy i
own housework hous wor sewing and wash j
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Dr Williams Pink Pills ills have also alsocured alsocured lso I Icured
cured diseases caused by impure or im impoverished ¬ I Ipoverished Ipoverished
poverished blood such as a s rheumatism rheumatismaujemia rheumatismanremia
anremia and aftereffects of the grip gripAll gripAU grip gripAll I
All druggists sell Dr Williams PiukPills Pink PinkPills PinkPills
Pills or the tbere1edy remedy will wi wilibe l be mailed post postpaid postpaid ¬
paid on receipt of price 50 O cents per perbox perbox perbox
the Dr Wil Williams WilIiams Wilhams
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A I Stone administrator vs the Union UnionPacific UnionPacifIc UnionPacific
Pacific railway was concluded and the thoarguments thearguments thearguments
arguments will be commenced at 930 930Oplock 930QlOCk I IQplock
Oplock this morning A similar action acUonbrought actionbrought
brought by the same administrator for forthe furthe forthe I
the estate of J H Winslow another vic victim vIctIm vietim ¬
tim of the Azusa wreck against the thesame thesame thesame
same defendant will be taken up this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning A special venire of thirty jurors Jur Jurors jurors ¬
ors was drawn for this case caseMarried casaMarried caseMarried
Married in Salt Lake LakeJohn LakeJohn LakeJohn
John Daly of Ogden and Miss May MayBushe lIa lIaBushe MayBushe
Bushe of Pocatello went to Salt Lake on onSunday onSunday onSunday
Sunday where they were quietly marriedAnnouncement married marriedAnnouncement marriedAnnouncement
Announcement was made here yesterday yesterdayMr esterdayMr
Mr Daly DuI Is employed as a clerk in BeganBros Regan ReganBros ReganBros
Bros Miss Bushe Is a popular young so society society society ¬
ciety lady o of P6catello P catello They lh Y will re reside reside reside ¬
side in Ogden OgdenBurglars OgdenBurglars OgdenBurglars
Burglars Make Small Haul HaulBurglars HaulBurglars HaulBurglars
Burglars forced an entrance into the theresidence theresldenoe theresidence
residence of W J Dalllmore resterday resterdaymorning yesterday yesterdaymorning yesterdaymorning
morning and obtained a a haul of 01 o a a small smallamount smallamount smallamount
amount of cash They were frightened
in appropriating
a of silverware
which they had piled on the floor floorDied floorDied floorDied
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Died in Arizona ArizonaWord ArizonaWord I I II IVord
Word was received in Ogden yesterday yestcrdayannouncing yestcrdaannouncIng yesterdayannouncing
announcing the death of Mrs llrSGlen Glen Mor Morten 1lorten Morten ¬
ten formerly Miss Grace Clayton of Og Ogden Ogden Ogden ¬
den who died at Tucson Ariz The Th body bodywill bodym bodywill
will m arrive In Ogden either Friday or Sat Saturday Saturda Saturday ¬ I
urday urda and will be interred interredOgden interredOgden interredOgden I
Ogden Briefs BriefsIn BriefsIn
In the district court yesterday a di divorce divorce divorce ¬
vorce complaint was filed by Clara E EIvlrk E1CIrk EICirk
Ivlrk against Thaddeus W Kirk alleging allegingdesertion allcgingdesertion allegingdesertion
desertion and nonsuppprt nonsuppprtFrankie nonsupportFrankie nonsuppprtFrankie
Frankie the 3monthsold son of Mr Mrand 1lrand Mrand
and Mrs Edwin T Rice died d ed at the fam family f family m mlly ¬
ily residence 1056 Twentyfifth street streetearly streetearly streetearly
early yesterday morning from an attack attackof
of convulsions The remains will be ship shipped shipped shipped ¬
ped to Salt Lake this morning for inter ¬
meat menteThe meatThe
1 The inquest over the remains of J B BMurphy BlIurphy BMurphy
Murphy who was drowned in the Weber Weberriver Weberriver eber eberriver
river Monday Monda was held yesterday after afteri afternoon afternoon
i noon The jury jur consisting of A J Watts Wattsi WattsWlIIiam WattsWilliam
i William Felker and T H Whalen simply simplyreturned simplyreturned simplyreturned
returned a verdict reciting the he facts of the thedrowning thedrowning thedrowning
drowning drowningMarriage drowningMarriage drowningMarriage
Marriage licenses were issued yesterday yesterdayto
to Fred Deinlnger 37 no of Tremont and andMiss andMiss andMiss
Miss Kathe Kupfer 29 of Point Lookout Lookoutand Lookoutand Lookoutand
and Nels Hanson Si of Brigham and Miss MissGrace MissGrace MissGrace
Grace Wilson 19 of Ogden The former formercouple formercouple formercouple
couple was married by b Elder E P Brownand Brown Brownand Brownand
and the latter by Elder N J Harris im immediately immediately immediately ¬
mediately after the issuance of the li Iicease license license ¬
cense censeConductor censeConductor ceaseConductor
Conductor Nichols of Ogdens concertband concert concertband concertband
band is at present ergaged in securing securingfinancial securingfinancial securingfinancial
financial assistance for the open air con concerts concerts concerts ¬
certs to be given in City Cit Hall park this thissummer thissummer thissummer
summer The first concert will be given givenSui givenSuiday ien ienSm
Suiday Sui day April 22 and providing a suffi sufficient sufficIent sufficient ¬
cient amount of money can be raised con concerts concerts concerts ¬
certs will be given twice each month monththereafter monththereafter monththereafter
thereafter instead of once each month as aslast aslast aslast
last year yearJDNK yearJUNI ear earJUNK
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False Teeth Dropping DroppingOut DroppingOut
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Albert Rohn 40 years old a junk junkdealer junkdealer junkdealer
dealer at 837 North Third West street streetswallowed streetswaHowed streetswallowed
swallowed two ounces of carbolic acid acidearly acidearly acIdearly
early this morning in Louis Hobeins Hobeinssaloon HobQlnssaloon Hobeinssaloon
saloon 220 South State street and died diedsitting diedsitting diedsitting
sitting in his chair chairWhen chairVhen chairWhen
When his false teeth dropped droI > I > ed from frombetween frombetween frombetween
between his swollen lips Joseph Ol Olsen Olsen 01sen ¬
sen the bartoVider picked them off the theiloor thefloor thefloor
floor and tried to arouse Rohn He Hemade Hemade Hemade
made several attempts to awake him himbefore himbefore himbefore
before he discovered the bottle of car carbolic carbolic carbolic ¬
bolic acid on the table He lifted up upthe upthe upthe
the mans henjj h q and found that his histongue histongue
tongue ton ue and lipfe JP swollen and parched
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with white blisters The police were werenotified werenotified I Inotified
notified notifiedRohn notifiedRohn notifiedRohn
Rohn had been in and out of the sa saloon saloon saloon ¬
loon a dozen times during the night nightThe nightThe nightThe
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was shortly before midnight He or ordered ordered ordered ¬
dered a glass of beqr be r and asked an another another another ¬
other man to take a drink with him himand himand himand
and also the bartender bartenderYou bartenderhYou bartenderYou
You better drink with me tonight tonightboys tonightboys tonightboys
boys for in two days you can come cometo cometo conicto
to my funeral Rohn said ashe as he emp emptied emptied emptied ¬
tied his glass He had been drinking drinkingheavily drinkingheavily drinkingheavily
heavily during the day and early ear part partof partof partof
of the night From the bar he walked walkedacross walkedacross walkedacross
across the saloon to a table and sat satdown satdown satdown
down in a chair chairThe chairThe chairThe
The bartender noticed him pull a bot bottle bottle bottie ¬
tle out of his pocket and unwrap it itSeveral ItSeveral itSeveral
Several customers came in and he paid paidno
no more attention to Rohn until after afterthey afterthey afterthey
they left the salAon He saw that Rohn Rohnhad Rohnhad Rohnhad
had fallen over onto the table but butthought butthought butthought
thought he was asleep Olsen walked walkedover walkedover walkedover
over to the table when hen he heard his hisfalse hisfalse hisfalse
false teeth fall on the floor and found foundhim foundhim foundhim
him dead deadRohn deadRohn deadRohn
Rohn had lived in Salt Lake for sev several zeveral several ¬
eral years and was a junk dealer He Hehas Hehas Hehas
has a wife two daughters and a sonliving son sonliving sonlivIng
living at 837 North Third West street streetThey streetThey streetThey
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the body was ordered taken to S D DEvans DEvans DEvans
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