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I Ogden News
Offloo 33C Twentyfifth strut
dreulttlea Department JM twenty
fifth street
Thief S e1Is Them and Purohaser Is a
loser Shortly Aft
S > o < > i < il to The HeraldRepublican
Ogilen Dee ITwo blooded bones
valued at 200 each were stolen from the
tables of Trek Green and Hyrum Blood
of Clear filn some time last night by a
thief who bold them this morning to
I Claude Dee a local livery man for 175
Itch The horses were recovered by the
fcheriff or Davis count this afternoon
and Mr Dee the purchaser is the loser
The thief who Is described as a tall
light om ikxioned fellow ot rustic ap
pearam ha eluded all attempts to ap
prehend him although the sheriffs forces
of two rounties are looking for lVn
The inle tloars horn which the ani
mals wnt stolen were broken down by
man fun The theft wa not dlseov
tral until early this morning when the
owner went to feed their stock Gre n
and Blood are next door neighbors Up
on Ulining of the robbery the citizens
of CkH rtldd formed a posse and searched
the surrounding country thoroughly This
afternoon deputy sheriffs from Farming
ion heated the animals at the Dee liv
ery stable and learned of the transaction
Inscriptions have been sent out to all
parts of the country
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Dec Presenting a claim for
JioO with interest at 8 per cent sine
July 1 1808 Mrs Alice E KIsltngbury
brought suit in the district court today
against Joseph Evans administrator of
the estate of J D Carroll who died In
ipstau O tober 26 of this year She
aims to hold a promissory note for that
amount made out to her by the deceased
and altp that all attempts on ber part
to collect the note from the administra
tor of the estate have been futile
Cupid Gets Busy With Hearts of
Ogden People
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Dec 24 Cupid did a brisk
Christmas business iu the county lerks
office this afternoon Five licenses to
I marry were issued within two hours The
recipients were Lawrence D Wullard
and JJuiruU Anderson of Cleveland
Ja jllarn Williams of Garfield and
Ann lUmlf < of Mammoth Clifford Ow
ens ot Rochester Minn and Frances
Moore of Wilson Lane Weber county
Orville Deegan Manhattan Kan anfl
Helen M Stewart of Ogden George Wil
JH of New York and Blanche McDou
al 1 of Boston
Special to The HeraldRepublican
linden Dec Preliminary hearing of
t h charges of criminal conspiracy
I against the Dolly Dimples people was
tunchided in the municipal court this
niornlrj L V Curry and Fred Richter
iero liuuncl over to the district court on
Sw bail liUi Mrs Curry better known
I Dolly Dimples was released on her
iwn recognizance The case Is expected
in I reach the district court soon after the
irst of the year
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Dec Thirtyfive cases of
pmaltpox are now under quarantine at
Uorrisville 4 I and Fan to the north
t Ogden according to the report of
County Commissioner Moore who made
t thorough inspection of the affected dill
tiuts loddj ounty Physician J D
Iulfock is i it present confining his at
tentions to those exposed to the disease
looking for any signs of further out
Vri ak Wherever symptoms of the dls >
< aso are found a quarantine Is estab
Ji bhd There are no virulent cases ex
j ting
Special to The HeraldRepublican
i iKden Dec 24Stxty converts to the
> r > rmon church from Europe arrived In
oden this afternoon over the Union Pa
of returned rais
< ° itir under the charge
Mmartt Most of them were met by
rInd nlm have arranged ahead for
tljristriMs t itt rtamraent for the new ar
J al number continued on to Salt
Lake where they will make their homes
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Dec i4 Local railroad offices
a ml machine theps closed at S oclock
tonight and will no reopen until Mon
day morning The shutdown Is unusual
anil comes as an agreeable surprise to
the hundreds of employes who will be
a Die to spend Christmas with their fam
W nether the place is adver
1MJ or the servant advertises
thi l < mt ad does its part
A Few
1 Them
Choose from every un
calledfor Suit or Over
coat in the house at
Your Own Price
And a splendid fancy vest
free with every one
The Tailor
57 West Second South
is here and nothing is more
stimulating and healthy
than a pot of good tea
Hewletts Teas are al
ways good
For Infants and Child jn
The Kind You Hays Always Bought
Bears the
Signaturo of
J 1
We extend to you the Complimeati
of the Season and wish you
A Merry Christmas
A private sate may oe rented In tae
fire and burglar proof vault of the Salt
Lake Security 4 Trust Co S2 up Main
< 4 ret tOO per year and upward
Rent payers have notice that
the most desirable plactb t live
always happen to be adver
BeUMtofced 1141 1 omo
The OIdellt aM LarssL
i rs Gu DUN a oo
QBOROB RUST General Manager
Utah Idaho Wyoming aM Hevads
Offtoea Ia FregreM BatMtag Salt Las
City I
Rider Is Hurled High in the Air
i But Escapes Serious
I Injury
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Dec Timothy ONeil of
TJintan seven mUse east of Ogden was
struck by Union Pacific wesSxnmd
freight train No 53 early this morning
thrown 3D feet into the air and escaped
with but slight Injuries He was cross
ing toe track in a bob aleJgh to which
were attacked two horses The horses
were clear of the track the cowcatcher
of the engine striking the rear eiU of
the sleigh The latter was completely
ONeil was thought to be dead when
picked up by the train crew but was only
stunned He was brought in to Ogden
and sent 16 the hospital I where late this
afternoon big Injuries were reported to
consist entirely of bruises and slight cuts
The accident occurred at the Uintafe
cros > jg ONeil claims that he did not
see the train which was traveling down
grade without steam
Over Hundred Carloads Are on Way
Here Prom Different
Points I
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Dec 1Tbat the coal situation
is gradually adjusting itself in Ogden
is to be seen In the announcement of
local railroad official that on four east
ern freight trains arriving In Ogden late
last night 14 carloads of fuel were
brought in to the Ogden market 42 cars
were sent on to Salt Lake and 16 cars
went to points adjacent to Ogden Al
though these amounts are considerably
less than the presenc need coal dealers
are cheerful over the prospect and de
clare that if the railroads continue to
supply as large an amount as has arrived
In the last few days they will be able
to get through the present cold snap with
out serious trouble
One hundred carloads of coal are now
en route to Ogden and other nearby
points according to the railroad an
nouncements and it is said the greater
portion of this is for local dealers This
morning the total aggregate of coal in
the biffs of retail dealers was 800 tons
but this amount had disappeared com
pletely by nightfall
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Dec 34A real Santa Claus
came down a real chimney at the State
School for the Deaf and Blind tonight
and brought more presents than the in
mates of the Institution dared to dream
that he had As a token of the apprecia
tion of the visit the Inmates of the
school gave a program of music that was
appreciated by Santa himself as well as
a large audience There was a big
Christmas tree
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Provo Dec J4A number of the Gar
den city Nimrods have decided to give a
rabbit hunt to Cedar Valley immediately
after the first of the year In addition
to the sport of rabbit hunting the Nlm
radII are promised a dance at the Mozart
The bunnies have become so numerous in
that section that crops are badly dam
aged by the pests The county commis
sioners have agreed to pay 4 cents bounty
and this may be raised to 5 cents in an
effort to rid that section of rabbits The
date set for the hunt ie l January 4 A spe
cial train will be run from Provo to Lehl
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Mt Pleasant Dec 24Tbe assessed val
uation of the cities and school districts
for Sanpete county according to the coun
ty reports are as follows Manti 788729
Sterling US3390 Bphralm 711527 Wales
181147 Chester 164230 Fountain Green
1233969 Moroni 327309 Meadowvllle 41
720 Mt Pleasant 811991 Spring City
2784912 Indianola 130811 Mllburn JW9
UO Fairview J386aS Pleasant View 78
284 Gunnison 51727 Mayfield 114401
Fayette 72962 Total assessed valuation
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Provo Dec 24It Isnt often that a
man pleads his own case in any of the
courts in Provo but such was the case
today and it ended In victory for the
man The case was to recover possession
of a shotgun which Thomas Sumner al
leged he loaned to Warren Ekins at the
tatters request last October Ekins de
nted having borrowed it or that he had
any knowledge of it Justice A A Noon
rendered a verdict in favor of plaintiff
Special to The HeraldRepubUcan
Mt Pleasant Dec 4The quail with
which this section was stocked several
years ago are flocking to this city at
present by the hundreds from the moun
tains east of here where they live during
the warm weather This winter they are
driven by cold and hunger direct into
the city to straw stacks and barn yards
and in many places are fed alongside of
barnyard fowls
Popular Young Man Is Buried in
Glenwood Cemetery
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Park City Dec 24 Funeral services
for Charles Hartwell the young man
who died in this city Wednesday morn
ing from typhoid pneumonia were held
from the Congregational church this a o
ernoon at 2 oclock The services were
largely attended by relatives friends and
schoolmates of Mr Hartwell who gath
ered to pay their last tribute of respect
and esteem A short but impressive fu
neral sermon was delivered by Rev Al
fred George
The high regard in which Mr Hartwell
was held was expressed in the magnifi
cent floral tributes which completely
cavered the casket The following served
as pallbearers Bernard Woods Perry
Baker Storme Platt Will Shea Em
niette Shields and Will Malvey Burial
was In Glenwood cemetery
Foresters Convention Will Be Held
As Originally Planned
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Dec 2fAgai Ue date of
the foresters convention to be held in
Ogden next month has been changed
at the request of prominent foresters
of Washington Who are desirous of
attending The original date was from
January 10 to 14 inclusive To meet
the convenience of Chief Forester GIf
ford Plnchot It was changed to JaB
uary 7 to 11 jnclushe The recent
chance reverts hack to the original
date Chief Fireser Pinchut having
made arrangements which will enable
him to attend the Ogden convention
January lu
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Park City Dec 24 Christmas
Joys In many homes of Park City t
were shadowed this afternoon
when the home of Mrs Harry
Thomas was destroyed by fire 4
Mrs Thomas was trying out some 4
lard in her kUchen at her home on 4
9 the tramway when the grease ex 4
4 ploded She grabbed a blanket and 4
9 attempted to smother the flames 8
4 but her fight was ineffectual and 8
9 when she gave up her home was 8
9 practically destroyed 4
8 Mrs Thomas is a dressmaker 9
4 ana in her home were fifty or more 4
packages containing dresses and 9
fancy work which she had finished 4
8 for her customers as Christmas 9
8 presents and was keeping until 4
Christmas eve Her brotlierln 9
law A Reese of Salt Lake was 4
8 with her having come from Salt 9
C Lake after the death of his 9
wife two weeks ago Mr Reese 9
I also lost all of his belongings In 9
9 the fire
8 When the flames were extin 4
guished only a portion of the walls 8
of the house remained 4
Authorities Propose to Stop Illicit
Business in Richfield
if Possible
Special to The HeraldRepubHoan
Richfield Dec 24 Yesterday was
surprise day for the men who have
been doing an Illicit liquor business
In this city Two or three weeks ago
two men appeared here and registered
at the Southern hotel giving out that
they were investigating certain min
Inc property In Marysvale and were
awaiting the arrival of associates to
close up a deal This was accepted and
they were hailed as men with the
price and the men who have been do
ing a blind pig business took them
to their hearts with the result that
fifteen separate and distinct cases of
liquor selling were filed against John
Miller and Messrs Flint and Ander
son the two latter having taken over
the Ed Clark business recently Un
der the new ordinance the penalty at
tached to the Illicit sale of liquor is
a jail sentence ot three to six months
Heretofore all cases against the liquor
dealers have fallen through and they
have grown exceedingly bold but the
cases obtained by the alleged mining
men have the proofs to back them up
Manager Andelin of the Farns
worth cafe was greatly surprised upon
opening his place of business to find
that his place had been entered dur
ing the night and a small sum of money
taken from the cash drawer Entrance
had been gained through the rear door
which had been pried open Foot
prints were plainly visible on the back
porch and in the snow rhe police
are working on a welldefined clueS
Special to The HeraldRepublican
ManU Dec 24Mayor William B Low
ry elected last November to succeed
himself ha announced the following ap
pointments for committees for the year
1910 Irrigation Ernest Munk and Jacob
Wintsch street and lighting W W
Brown and Andrew O Anderson public
grounds and city property A O Ander
son and Fred C Keller police and city
prison Jacob Wintsch and Fred C Kel
ler finance and auditing ffred C Kel
ler and W W Brown engrossing and
printing A O Anderson and Jacob
Wintsch laws and revisions W W
Brown and Fred C Keller claims Jacob
Wintsch and W W Brown
Annulling of Incorporation by County
Commissioners Ignored
Special to The HeraldRepublican
NephI Dec 24The order of the
board of county commissioners an
nulling the incorporation of Mammoth
and Robinson as a city under the name
of Mammoth City has been entirely
Ignored and the whole proceedings
of the election have been certified to
the secretary of state by County Clerk
Vickers I Is understood that Cerk
commissioners acted upon a petition
asking for annulment on the grounds
that the original petition was not
signed by 100 property owners I
appears that the time for the com
missioner to have acted should have
been when the petition of the 100 sign
ers was presented but when they
once ordered the election for incorpo
ration the power to annul passed be
yond their jurisdiction and became a
matter for adjudication by the district
court when the point was properly
raised As far as mater stand now
Mammoth is a duly incorporated city
and of Its will officers proceed accordingly with the installation
Leading Dealers At Bingham With
out Pound of Fuel
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Bingham Dec ZTh coal situation is
getting to b acute in Bingham The
Bingham Coal I Lumber company the
leading dealers in camp are without a
pound of coal at present Unlebs the sit
uation is relieved at once the Old Re
liable ine will b in the grasp of a coal fam 1 I
Mt Pleasant Citizens Are Ltesto
Feel Shortage
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Mt Pleasant Dec Indications point
to another coal famine in this city unless
the supply can be Increased
There I too much snow fo wagons to
go to the mine after coal
The local independent coal company has
been unable t get any coal for a long
time with the exception af a car that
came last week which w quickly distributed
tributed to those who were most in ned
The supply of the Utah Fuel company
has also been cut down recently
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Dec 24 Funeral services over
the body of Mrs Alice Dean one of the
best known women of Ogden were held
yesterday afternoon at 2 oclock from the
Lynne ward meeting house They were
largely attended by representative people
of Ogden
The speakers were Bishop David Jen
sen Bishop George Smuln Bishop James
Taylor and E A Larkin Interment was
made in the City cemetery
Special I tc The HeraldRepublican
Park City Dec 24Oro shipments for
the week were a follows Daly West
112SOOO DalyJudge 11TBCOO DalyJudge
zinc tlOOO and Little Bell 369000 SII
vr King Coalition Is stringing a new ca
ble and mae no shipments
Mantl PAC 24 Funeral services over
the renutin of Maud the infant ciaught
of Mr and Mrs John T Christensen
were held from the resIdence of the be
reaved parents yesterday I I
zo +
9 In column four page 1 the for 9
o tyyearold Tribune yesterday an 4
4 nounced that th Sunday school 4
9 of the First Presbyterian church 4
9 would give Christmas exercises at 9
9 the church this evening at 730 4
9 oclock >
4 In column five page 16 and al 4
< most paralleling the first Item 9
appeared an item under the head 4
> TERIAN CHURCH In this Item 9
< the tottering got of country >
9 weekly days detailed the exercises 4
4 held by the Sunday school of the <
First Presbyterian church Thurs 8
+ day night 4
t I was evident that the first Item <
> had been carried In to the Trib 4
8 office three four 9
e une ofce thr or days ago
> and at the editors convenience <
< found space The companion item 8
J also brought into the office un 9
4 fortunately caught the editor In a 9
wakeful mood and it became copy 9
after which no more cobwebs were 4
9 disturbed about the office and the 4
9 force relapsed into its customary <
4 evening nap Meanwhile the few 8
4 readers who depend upon the Trib 4
< une for Information ara still puz 9
< zling to know whether the exer 9
9 cises of the First Presbyterian 9
< church have been or are still to 4
< > + + + + > >
Infuriated Animal Buries Her
Horns in Body of Mrs Alma
Gored aD trampled by a maddened
cow until she finally managed to drag
herself bleeding and mortally wounded
into the door of her home Mrs Alm
Jacobson of Centervllle thirteen mites
north of Salt Lake will probably die a
a rt of th terrible Injuries sh re
ceived Her attending physician Dr
William Stevenson said last night that
doubtful her chances for recovery were more than
Leaving her two infant children in the
kitchen of her home Mrs Jacobson had
started across the dooryard in which a
usually gentel Jersey cow was grazing
Mr Jacobson was in Salt Lake on busi
ness at the tie and there were no other
persons within calling distance While
crossing the yard the woman was at
tacked by the beast which had become
Infuriated probably by th scarlet hue
of her wearing apparel
Thrown to the ground and pinioned for
a moment by the weight of the animal
Mrs Jacobson was terribly mutilated and
Injured before she managed to extricate
herself Pursued by the maddened cow
Mrs Jacobson fell into the door of her
kitchen frightening her children who
were too small to realize their mothers
peril Feeling her strength rapidly wan
Ing the woman attempted to reach the
hom of a neighbor and was again at
tacked by the enraged cow which leaped
a barred fence to reach her I was only
after another onesided battle that the
woman was able to make known her con
The cow was driven away by neighbors I
summoned Besides
and Dr Stevenson Bids
numerous cuts and bruises Mrs Jacob i
son suffered internal injuries which are I
believed to be of a mortal nature I
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Spanish Fork Dec 34 Owing to mys
terious circumstances surrounding the
death of Mathias Creer early Thursday
a coroners Inquest wa asked for by rel
atives Two young men who had been
stopping at the home of Creer were sum
moned and both gave satisfactory testi
mony A verdict gv death by natural
causes wa returned
Several Cases Await Trial in Seventh
Judicial District
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Manti Dec 24The court calendar of
the Seventh judicial district court begin
ning January 10 in this city to as 101
Criminal State vs Ruthevin Monroe
felony state vs David Larsen felony
Mt Pleasant vs John A Averett appeal
from justice court
Trial calendar George McCune vs J
C Livingston John H Seely V Andrew
Oman and A Reynolds Charles O D
rius vs Deseret Irrigation Co Central
Utah Wool C V Mart Mortensen R
W Dotson vs James W Hoggan Silver
Creek I Sanpltch Reservoir Co vs Hy
rum Jackson John H Seely s Auer W
Proctor et al W D Livingston et al
VB Mantl City petition for segregation
of certain real estate from said city
Boon Brotherson vs Chris Brotherson
Lorenzo Edwards vs B It McDonald
motion for a new trial Mt Pleasant Com
mercial I Savings Bank V George
Quinn demurrer Christiana Woolsey vs
Richard M Woolsey demurrer
Bartender Get Stiff Fine and Others
Are Warned
Special to The HeraldRepublican
ManU Dec 24 Justice Abner Lowry of
Sterling gave warning to the saloon men
of this county who dispose of liquor to
minors in his decision against Alfred
Bailey of Ephralm who w convicted
before the Sterling justice during the
week Bailey who was bartender In the
Pehrson saloon at Ephralm was given
a fine of 10 for the offense The tes
timony of the boys at the trial showed
they were not asked concerning their age
Other cases of a similar Character will
b given attention by the coflKty authori
ties In the near future
C W Buckholz Is Cashier of the
New Institution
Special t The HeraldRepublican
Bingham Dec 24The new CitisenfT
State bank opened its doors today In th
Bolognese block for the transaction ot
a general banking business C W Buck
hoI formerly cashier of the Bingham
tution State bank Is cashier of the new insti
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Spanish Fork Dec 4The funeral of
Mrs Sarah Williams was held Thursday
afternoon at th Fourth Ward meeting
house Bishop Ian presided The
speakers were Albert Swensen D J
Lewis and John Moore Music was fur
nished by the ward choir and Miss Mary
C Evans sang Face to Face
Mrs Williams is survived by five sons
age and one daughter She was 75 years of
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Nephi Dec 4Ivan Wood the
young son of Postmaster Dennis Wood
dint this morning of Brlghts disease
after a lingering illness of several
months duration I
Indianapolis Ind Dee 24A second
will of George Rhodus which instead
of giving 750000 to the city Of In
dianapolis for parks as did his first
will leases the greater part of his
mlHondoll r tnt > to a woman
kroun a Kliaa Dare or Doddsworth
will be filed for probate in a few days
according to an announcement by her
attorneys today
Will Fight All Agencies Send
ing Laboring Men to
This City
Open war was declared last night by
the structural iron workers upon all
agencies that a sending laboring men I
t Salt Lake City and the action at
Building Trades Council hall will
eventually enlist the support of all
branches of skilled labor making the
movement one of the greatest of Its
kind in the west
The structural iron workers openly
declared against the Importation of la
boring men of their kind on the ground
that the hom guard was sufficient
t handle all of the steel work In Salt
There are at present several hundred
structural Iron workers here many of
whom are Idle because of the cessation
of building operations The number of
men skilled in bridge and iron work is
being steadily increased and the local
union charges the Real Estate
chrge Rel Ette associa
tion and other agencies with bringing
more men here on the ground that there
is plenty of work and no one to p
form it
Appeal to Federation
As a retult of the meeting last night
a direct appeal will be sent to all
diret app wi b st a the
building trades councils affiliated with
the American federation and to the
parent body itself asking that in the
cause of workingmen generally no
more skilled laborers b sent to Salt
Lake as the building operations do not
Justify it The situation a seen by the
skilled workmen in Salt Lake will be
explained through all avenues of ex
ploitation laboring man that will reach th eye of the
The debate on i question alone oc
cupied moat of the time of
mOt tb tme a long session
sion of local union No 2 Bridge and
Structural Iron Workers lu nightt
and u etecttpn of officers was
made of secondary importance b
cause of the discussion Many
argued for an open door but
those who called attention to the fact
that most of the workmen here have
homes in Salt Lake and are able t do
the work that is to b done this winter
prevailed and the vote was in favor of
the closed door
The structural iron workers say that
other unions will take the matter up
and that sentiment along this same
line ha been brewing for some time
They deny that the movement is detri
mental t Salt Lake because they are
protecting th city from being flooded
with skilled workmen who are brought
here under false pretenses and who
will have nothing to do when
whe they ar
rive They further charge that they
have been the first t encourage the Im
portation of new men when the demand
for ply workmen was greater than the sup
Officers Elected
The union elected officers ae follows
President James Kindred vice presi
dent C F Jones recording secreteary
D P Sackett financial secretary and
business agent J E
Munsey treas
urer J F Snider sergeantatarms
Daniel Fowler trustees E LeFleur Ed
Collins and C M Berry
The only fight for office wag lhat on
business agent Mr Munsey being re
elected on the first ballot Following
the election and during the long debate
upon the home guard question the
bridgemen enjoyed a smoker with th
compliments contractor of E H Dundas a local
Prisoners at the state prison the county
jail and the city jail will today smack
their lips over the best menus that have
been given at these Institutions for many
Warden Arthur Pratt at the state pris
on said last night that his prisoners would
have a roast pork dinner There will Ue
a musical program at the state prison
under the direction of the Christian En
Sheriff Joseph C Sharp had charge of
the arrangement of the Christmas dinner
program for his guests at the county jail
The menu will b topped with chicken
dumplings and cranberry sauce The
prisoners will b given an opportunity to
see friends gven
Practically all the police officials have
been more or less interested In the
Christmas dinner for the unfortunates in
th city jaiL S S
Terre Haute Ind D 4D
Thomas a miner at Hymens lad was
sentenced to thirty days in jail today
for killing a mule Thomas became an
gry at the mule In the mine and struck I
it with a pick
Lawrence Kan D 24 ExSena
tor W A Harris of Kansas who died
in Chicago last Monday was buried
here today All stores in town were
closed for one hour today despite the
fact that It was the last day of the
preholiday rush
Lewiston Me Dec UTwo firemen
were killed and three severely injured
In a fire here today They were work
Ing on the ruins when two walls col
Proprietor of Roma Saloon
Takes Shot but His Man
Nursing a bullet wound either I tke
back 0 leg P young highwayman who a
1246 oclock this morning held up U
robbed the Roma saloon ID South West
Temple street is believed to b In I
lag I In that district so severely injured
that he will eventually have to give him
self up
When he had robbed th saloon and was
dashing in the direction of a alley di
rty across South West Temple street
Frank Landy proprietor of the saloon
fired three shots at h from a revolver
He says the highwayman fell to the street
with the second shot but regained his
feet and sped in the directon rgne al
ley limping
Patrolman A M Kast heard the shots
and dashing in the direction taken by
the fleeing holdup followed him nearly
a block when his tracks In the snow b
came Indistinct From the point where
the highwayman fell after the first shot
had been fired by the proprietor of the
saloon there could be seen a long and a
short step indicating positively that the
holdup was wounded But signs of blood
could not be found on the snow
Landy and an aged m named Theo
dore Muller were in the saloon when I
story was robbed Landy tells the following
storyA short redcheeked ma probably not
more than Z years of a came into the
saloon and ordered a beer I had pre
pared to serve I to him when he sud
denly pointed a revolver in my face or
dering me to throw up my hands Then
he commanded me t give him the money
In the cash drawer I did so J near as
I can figure he got away with 1850
He was running out of the door when
I seized a revolver and followed him He
had his back turned toward me and
couldnt have been more than 2 feet
away when I fired at him The first shot
failed to take effect But with the second
ond he fell flat on his stomach Then be
struggled to his feet and disappeared in
the alley limping
Lieutenant R L Shannon detailed a
district squad of four policemen to search the I I
Samuel Newhouse Generously Ie
member All His Employes
With Checks
Merry Christmas to officers and em
ployee of the Newhouse Realty was
the greeting cabled from Paris to A
S Bibbine manager of the Newhouse
Realty company by Samuel Newhouse
who is now at the home of his brother
In the French capital Just to show
that he meant what he said when he
wished the officers and employes of
the company a really merry Christmas
Mr Newhouse added to his cablegram
Remember all with checks a in
The order of the president of the
company was carried out and each of
ficer and employe of the company
which manages the Newhouse and Bos
ton buildings was remembered with a
generous check as a Christmas pres
ent The checks amounted t < an ex
tra weekl salary for each one con
nected with the company
Joseph Smiths Birthday Fittingly
Observed at Mrs Roundyi
In honor of the birthday anniversary of
th prophet Joseph SmVh a number of
friends met at the residence of M
Ettzabetn J D Roundy Thursday to
honor the memory of th noted friend
of man
Thursday afternoon nineteen persons
met among whom were Patriarch John
Smith President William McLachlan
John McDonald 1 and lady Bishop
Hunter and lady Mrs Andrew Jensen
r A F Barnes Mrs Laron Pratt
Mr M Francis George Marietta ala
lady also thq widow of Charles Decker
with many others Three of the above
named were personal friends and knew
Joseph Smith in life A most enjoyable i
time was spent S I I
Officers I and Detectives Remember
Chief With Handsome Gift
Chief of Police S M Barlow was pre I
sented a gold watch yesterday afternoon
by his patrolmen as a token of Christ
mas regard When he bad replied ChrstI
presentation members of the detective i
department presented him a gold chain
and elktooth chrm
Judge J 1 Bowman made the presen
ation speech In behalf of the patrolmen
The presentation o the chain and tob
in behalf of the detective department was
made by E A Rogers prosecuting at
torney of the police court
The chief was completely taken by sur
prise but made a happy response thank
ing his officers for their thoughtfulness
and assuring them of his hearty appreciation
ion of their good will and esteem
ton I eemI I
Midshipman Dismissed From Naval
Service for Getting Married
Washington Dec sA result of th
success of Cupid the career of Midship
man Joseph E Austin of the Inited
States Steamship South Dakota ended to
day He was dismissed from the naval
service because he married in violation
of an order Issued during the Roost v > lt
administration This order I
adminitrton was that mid
shipmen must not marry without the con
sent of the department although he had
completed the course of instruction at
Midshipman Austin was married in Hon
olulu on the visit of the South Dakota to
that port recently
Million Dollars Is Involved in
the Latest
Forty thousand acres o land a a
quired by the late George W Emet
former governor of Utah during tent I
tonal l days In northern Utah at
southern Idaho have been purcha
by the Pacific Land A Water comi > ai
recently organied with a capital
300000 by Salt Lake and Ogden cti
italists While the purchase price
not given out at this time It is sd i
to b not far from the milliondo L
Included In the 40000acre tract < > >
several thousand acres ot irigat i I
fruit and farm lands in the Rift rn
valley Idaho and several Ilout
acres in Box Elder county Utah i
addition to this large amount of ae I
age the company ha also acquired b <
eral thousand acres of other Land
Utah All the land Is adapted to t
growing ot fruit and grain At t
present time much of the land is cv
ered by a dense growth of tgc bru >
The Pacific Land ft Water rompai
which has taken over the Emery tra i
has just been incorporated under t Ii
laws of Utah The following are t
officers of the company James i
Paterson president Robert A I
Font vice president C N Htrcw
treasurer F A Druehl se < rettii
Harold A LaFount Logan geier i
manager Though the general off
are in the Newhouse building the
Dye management la to be from Log n
The Idaho lands are watered by i I
river Clear creek and smaller trea1
having their source in the Raft in
mountain Water for dome tic L
will b obtained by digging weis
The new line of railroad which M
t < take off at Saline Utah on r
OgdenLucin cutoff and extend ai b
the west shore of Promontory < Pou
penetrating the Raft river valley u
afford excellent means of transpHI j
ton for acquired the products raised on the IL
To Develop Nw Country
With the idea of showing to the u >
believers what the country can prtrd
in the fruit and grain line a large tier
onstration farm will be established i
some part of the tract not yet deciK I
It Is the Intention of the ompau
which has bought this large tract t
develop all the country in that settin
and thus make tributary to Salt Lako
wealthproducing district
part of the property adjoins the clam >
of the Century and Suzanna mini
companies The large vein of mlner1
lied quartz which penetrates the
whih tte prtl
erty of these
two companies
er7 cmpnies is taii 1 i
to also traverse part of the propm I I
of the Pacific Land A Jrop COl
pany The mineral rights by rea
of the land having been held by pc
vate parties beyond the period of lu J i i
itatlon go with the property
In the immediate vicinity of the ru
mineralized region a dam and pow >
plant are to b built and a trwnsl
laid out Lying around the 11 1 Opit
townslte are thousands of acres of Inn
suitable for grazing purpose WI i
many springs assuring abundai wat
supply One of the ftm bulk ngs t
be erected on the new towns te w
b a large store for the conenicti IL
of the settlers in this rglon
The land just acquire lies lmmtd
ately south of the Mlnldoka Ida
irrigation project and Is said to be j j J
as abundantly blessed In cropmaki
qultesCIO o Years Dealing
Negotiations toward the closing
the big deal have been on for mr >
than two years past and were c <
ducted principally by Harold L Foui
who is the
te general manager of t
company During the lifetime of n
late exGovernor Emery it wss foii I
difficult to arrive at definite 11 ms t
garding the disposal of the j HKTI
Since his death
deth some months go n
gotiations have been conduct 1 n <
property heirs through the administrate ot t
With the entrance of the Pant
Land a Water company Into tie larl 1
and irrigation business o
Irrigaton buslne means il
other important
oter Importnt aggregation of cap
added to the already large list mgd i
In the
promotion of laudable enie >
prince James H Paterson vi e pre
ident of the company and C X tiu <
veil treasurer of the compam az
connected with the StrevellPaterh u
Hardware company and the In lepfi
ent Coal company F A Dnseni is i
well known local druggist and s ai
connected with the Independ t
One of tlif tractive feature abou
the new deal from the buyer stand
point is the large area of turner Ian i
on the property There I L larjr
tract of fine pine timber located
one part of the tract This tuber
especially adapted for the making i
railroad ties Some of the ti te8 ar
from three to four feet in di meter
I is the intention to build > wmi
and prepare the lumber for nIl mark t
Hillsviile Pa D 2fIn a fire he
early today caused by the txicosion
an oil lamp in a boarding rue iui
persons were burned to death The VI
tims all foreigners were a man h
wife fie children and S two b ardpr

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