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Jack- H son, who for several eurs was editor H of tho Payson Globe-Header, and who B afterward ran a paper at Nome, Alas- H Governor Cutler has announced the H appointment 6fR. It. Tanner of Ueav- H cr couoty as u member of tho stato board of equalization, to (HI the va- cancy caused by tho death of H. U. 1 Lund.VMWf : fr 4.;. , ,. 4 B '.- William Fnller, for half a century a H resident of Provo, Is dead nt tho ago H of 8G. Mr. Fnller camo to Utah In H 1847, nnd In 1819 he participated In B tho rush to California for gold. Ila B moved to Provo In 18C5. H Whllo oiling machinery at the Annie H Luurlo mill at Klmherly, August H. H Howlett, aged 40, whoso homo was In H Kanash, was caught In tho belting, thu H back of his head being crushed In, H death being instantaneous. 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''.L BBBBBBBBBBBBBPr'V11 '" J PRESIDENT'S DAUGHTER A HAPPY BRIDE L, Ceremony that United in Marriage Miss Roosevelt and Congressman Nicholas Lon (worth Takes Place 9 ? 'in the Famous East Room in the Executive Mansion at Washington ( ' j ITKjWtnWMaaiAflMrftJIMiAAifiAArfTwaAflwaiAAAriMiAAAMA. A A. . . . - - . -901 Uoforo perhaps tho most cbnsplcu ously nugiiBt nssumbly thnt over graced tho famous East Room In the Kxeciitlvo Mansion, Miss Alice lloose yelt, eldest dnughtur of the President, was unltedfh mnrrlngo' to Nlcholns I.ongworth, Congressman from Ohio, shoitly nfter 12 o'clock Feb. 17. It was tho first Wlilto House wedding In nenrly twenty yenrs and, according to the usual reckoning, tho twelfth In mimbor. - ' ' Since tho dny that Frances Folsom beenmo the bride of Grover Clovelnnd i at tho White Houso many things hnvo happened. A new ora has dawned upon tho country. Nations pay the United States honingo now; there wcro but the formal amenities then. And, moreover, that was tho quietest of weddings, where this ono was all that taste and display and unlimited social power could make It. And bo, to say nothing of tho great Intorest that attached to tho charm ing personality of the President's daughter, it wns Indeed n truly Impos ing function. Resldo It the wedding lot Nellie Grant to Algernon Sartorls imorc than thirty jenrs ago seems In 'deed of llttlo moment. Tho nation aa then Just emerging from tho gloom of four, years' civil war. Times wore hard; foreign nations gavo but cant notlco to" a land that hnd Jtmt 'barely preserved Its unity and was Ibllllons In debt. Rut to-day nil Is changed. Another iProaldunt'H daughter Is married, Kings Sndpolenfafes, senates and ruling as semblages of all lands hastened to do I xhe bride honor nnd thereby to honor pier fathor nnd the great world powor , over which he has been elected the I Chief Magistrate " I A most notable company was prce-' ent: Every ruling sovereign, wns rep resented In porson. High officials 'wero there, gold lace tricked out hundreds there. No Amorlcan nsseni Iblage gathered together over -had tho eclat of this ,, Dut for all that, there was tho pure- ( ly romantic sldo. It Is a lovo match pure and simple Young Mr. Long- j wotth had to plead his suit very dili gently. Thero wcro plenty of others jwho might havo aspired; many of .thera tar, richer than this young Coif 'grossman from Cincinnati, llut It was not a match for raonoy, Tho Long wortliB are well-to do, but there are thousands of richer persona In the land. Tho Roosovelts are comfort ably Axed, but by no amount ot flgur 'lng could any of the President's fam ily be made out as any way approach Ing a fortuno of a million, MIbb Alice has an Income herself of $3,000 a year from her mother's estate Young Mr. Longworth first met Miss Roosevelt when ho came to Washing ton o serve his first term as Con gretsn an, a llttlo over two years ago, They wo;o thrown together almost from tho first, and though gossip men tloned a possible engagement months ago, nothing was made public until last December, whon 'the Prosldont piado formal announcement of tho be trothal. Miss Nq'lle Grant mado hor White - mtr - j House wedding tho occasion of having eighteen bridesmaids. If Miss Allco lto!eelt had bidden eighteen of hor girl friends to bo maids she would havo been obliged to nsk fifty If she would not glo offense. The result wos that It wns decided not to have any bridesmaids or oven mnldof-hon-or. Her sole attendant was her llttlo hnlf-slster(i Miss Ethel Roosovelt, flow er girl. With Mr. I.ongworth It wns a sim pler proposition. Ho had the conven tional wedding party of eight ushers nnd a host man. Ills best man wns his biother-ln-lnw, tho Viscount de Chambiun, who married Miss Long worth. Tho Viscount Is also one of MIbs Roosevelt's closest men friends. Thousands of other bildeB tho Innd over havo glvon their hearts and their hands to exactly the same words as Miss Roosovelt gave hers Saturday. The blmplo ceremony occupied barely ten minutes. Tho music lengthened this to nbout twonty minutes. Custom requires no altar In a pri vate dwelling. Instead thero was a prlq-dleu, .at which tho coupla knelt during tho" prayers! nnd nothing more. Miss Roosevelt Joined her -father up stairs and came down tho grand stair case on "his arm. Preceded by tho ushers und llttlo Miss Ethel, with her basket ot flowers, she entered tho room with her fathor. At the right of tho clergymen Mr, Ix)ng worth was standing with his best man. Mr. Roosevelt handod his daughter to tho bridegroom and stopped aside to tho left. When Ulshop Sattorleo nsked, "Who glveth this woman?" Mr. Roosevelt stepped forward and placed Miss Alice's hand tn that ot Mr, Longworth. Stepping back again, that ended his part In tho ceremony. The wedding marches from "Mid summer Nlght'a Dream" and "Ixrtien Krln'' woro played as processional nnd rocesslonaj. Thon there woro two hymns, "Do Thou Faithful Unto Death," from "Elijah," und " TIs Our Wedding Morn," by Pontlatowskl. Tho vested choir from St. John's sang and afterward the Marino Sand plaed. Miss Roosevelt was marrlod in ex actly tho snmo spot as Miss Nellie i,,',"riM fcJS . ..ifa'' K " d( Grant. This wns In front of the lnrgo center windows on the east Bide of tho room, which open out on tho es plannde. Never was a bride In n moro Impos ing room than tho great East Room, tho show plnco ot tho beautifully elm pi o White IIoulc. It Is largo and airy, nnd not incumbered with heavy hang ings. It Is finished In delicate white and gold, quite tho appropriate setting for n beautiful wedding. Of course tho Wlilto Houso conser vatories wero drawn upon largely for tho flowers and plnnts. Orchids, white roses, carnations nnd whltq hyacinths wcro all used In profusion, with masses of potted azaleas and banks of palms and ferns. There was a flor al bower over tho prle-dleu, mado of brldo roses and white ribbons nnd twined with Southern smtlnx nnd lau rel. At one end of the room stands r. grand piano, covered entirely with gold leaf nnd hand painted In oxqulslto panels. On tho sides of tho Instrument aro tho coats-of-arms of tho thirteen original States, and Inside tho lid Is n beautiful allegorical painting. This piano wns used ns nn accompaniment to tho choral music. Thero followod a reception lasting till 3 o'clock, but tho happy couple hurried away beforo that for their honeymoon, to bo spent down South at the estnto of a wealthy friend, ot tho Roosovelts. When Congress ad journs Mr. and Mrs. Longworth will take an extonded Jaunt In Europe Thero Mrs. Lougworth will bo pre sented at the court of each country Bho visits by tho American Ambassn dor or Minister. And first of all. It will bo at tho Court of the King of England, at tho hands of Ambassador Rold. Doubt less His Majesty will ontortaln Mrs. Longworth hlmsolf at somo notable function. Tho Relds will also give a series ot brilliant affairs at which the President's doughtor will meot tho cream of Britain's nobility and gentry, as well ns royalty. ' And thon thoro will bo delightful visits to Paris, vhoro tho Longworths will bo tho guests of tho Viscount and Viscountess do Chnmbrun, tho latter Mr. Longworth's sister, Tho PrcBl- ii,(U- - - - . i dent of France will receive tho Presi dent of tho United States' daughter at Borne stato function yet to be do-j elded upon. Should Germany be ln- eluded In this second wedding trip tho' Kulsor can bo reckoned upon to show er distinction and hospitality upon thej daughter of tho President. The bride's trousseau has been thoi subject ot much consideration. Every bit of It Is American made, savo those things which have come to her ns wed ding gifts. Tho slnglo exception is Just a few bits of lingerie from Paris. Mrs. Longworth's going nway gown was of Allco blue, with n hat to match.. Sho woro her beautiful silver fox furs to set off the costume. Tho skins are a portion of tho much-discussed twen-j tw-threo boxes of things which fol lowed Miss Roosevelt from the Orl-I ent. 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Ono will bo In' Cincinnati bouutlful homo of tho bridegroom's mothor. It derives Itsj name from the ii'imbor ot rooks that make their homo In the ancient trees nbout tho place It Is tho homo, too, ot tho beautiful china originated by Mrs. Bellamy Storer, wlfo ot Ambas sador Storer, who is a member of the' Longworth family. The othor Is tho Washington home.. This Is tho Jones house, in Eighteenth' stroet. It was built by tho late JohnJ Davles Jones of Cincinnati, It is ox tromely bricht and attractive, stand-) Ing on tho corner ot Eighteenth and t street, N. W. ';',' , And it is whispered that some day Miss Roosevelt hopes to have another Washington home the White House. Sho has told her fiance that ho muet bo ro-eloctcd Congressman, and then she looks forward to nnothor such ca roor for her husband ns her father has had, with the Presidency as its ulttmato goal. CHKD WITH i f CKCH I 1 I Federation Officials Accused M of Complicity in Steun- M enberg Assassination. K President Moyer and Secretary Hay jHn wood Arrested and Taken Aboard BV a Special Train Bound for Boise BB other Arrests Made. BV Denver. Colo. ChnileS' 13 Mojor H nnd William D. Haywood, president H and secretary, respectively, of tho B Western Federation of Miners, nnd B O. A. Pettlbonc, a 'former membet of H tho exccutlvo board of that oiganl- B zation, who were arrested in this city B on warrants charging them with com' H pllclty In tho murder of former Gov- H ernor Stcunenberg of Idaho, were tak K n from their cells In tho county Jail B at an early hour Satin day morning by H an armed guard of twelve doput), shor- K tffs, escorted to tho Union depot nnd B woro thero placed on board a special B train that n few mlnutqs later left the B station carrying tho entire party, prls- Bj oners and nrmed deputies, over the Bj Union Pacific rallioad, en routo for B 'Boise, Idn. IB Tho three men who wore tiken out B of tho city an prisoners of tho Idaho. IB; authorities, it Is learned, wcro ar- IB rested Inst night by three different, of4 jH fleers after extradition papers hadi B been signed by Governor McDonald H Tho papers were dclKehcd tothe gov- M ernor on' Thursday Iast, but not a) M wonl to tho effect was allowed tn cs- H capo from tho executive chamber H One Arrested at Burke. Wallace, Ida Vincent St John, H president of tho Miners' union or K nurko, Idn.. so Sheriff Angus Slither B lnnd of Shoshone county states, is now B In the county Jail nt Wallace Ho was 1 arrested Sunday afternoon ou a telo. H giaphic order from Bolso SlierirB M Sutherland droc tn Burke, which K M seven miles from Wallace, found his M man In bed, nrrcsted him and brought M him to Wnllncc, St. John refuses to H say anything about his arrest or tho M causes therefor, nnd thu sheriff Is M equally closo mnuthqd. hut It Is almost M ccrtnln It Is In connection with the BJ murder of ox-Gpvernor Slcunenbcrg nt IB Caldwell, Idn. St. John has been vol- W Ing under tho nnmc of John W Vln- cent, nnd Is also known by that namr- B In his dealings with tho Burke union j. Ho came to tho Cocur d'Alenes direct- - H ly after the union troubles In Tcllti- ride, Colo., n year and a halt, ago. Ho has been emplojdd In the Uorculcs B mine nt Btirlco as a common minor B Ho Is married but has no children B BATTLE WITH BANDITS. Two Men Killed and One Mortally H Wounded In Mexico, B El Paso, Tex. At a point on tho B Chihuahua Pacific railroad, some B miles from Tomns, Mexico, William B Smith and seven Mexicans, who wero B on their way to the Dolores mlno with B n considerable sum of money, wero nt- I tacked by four robbers nnd .1 bloody 1 bnttlo wns fought, bays a' Herald spe- I clal from Chihuahua. Two men of Smith's party were killed and Smith fell mortally wounded. The robbery, although falling In their attempt to I Bccuro tho monoy from tho Mexican 1 party, mado good their escape Two 1 Americans, have been unosted on sus- I plclon, nnd u posse Is now scouring tho 1 'country for some trace of tho escaped bandits. ' . 1 i M Dynamite Plant Blows Up, With Fatal 4 1 Results at Louisiana, Mo, Loulslnnn, Mo. Threo men wore! j killed nnd twonty girls Injured by nn I .explosion at tho Hercules powder ' plant, eighteen miles north of here, Saturday. Tho throe men killed, em ploycs of the plant, wero named Booth.. Wright nnd Nord, and nil lived In Hnn-j Inlbal, Mo. Tho explosion occurred In the puncliliiB-houso, which Is equipped, iwlth machlucry, and, the debris from, this structure demolished the nidi punchlng-houso, where a number of women and boys wero at work punch ing dynamite Into moUls which form dynamite sticks. All of tho women were slightly In Jurod. but fortunntcly tho building they woro In did not blow up. That tho punching of dynamlto in tho houso In which tho explosion oc-, curred Is done by machinery account for the fnct that thero wcro but three, porson s In tho building at tho time. Tho Hercules plant Is ono of the, largest dynamlto manufactories In th country. It produced ono-fourth ot thi butput of tho United States last year. The plant is worth half a million doN lars and employs 200 persons. Mall Pouth Thief Captured. .fc Denver. Frank II. Klngsloy, alias: Alfred Henry, was arrested lu this, city on Saturday.., phargod wltl) tho theft of agnail poucb al'llaien June lion, Nov., on November 30 last, and )s said to havo made a, full confession of tbn crime, Tho mall pouch con-: talned, beside.) other' mall, remit tances .of $2,102 from John S. Cook - , Co. of Goldflold, Nov., to McComlck & Co. of Salt Lako City, nnd over j 13,000 from tho Southern Nevada s j banking company of Bullfrog, Nev. I . - .-MMM-.