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PLEASANT GROVE NEWS nEUTHOJflEO ACTION TO BE TAKEN AGAINST ALL -THOSE IMPLICATED IN MURDER OF AMERICANS. Former President May Be Brought Back From Mexico to Explain to Court Why He Refused to Commute Sentence. : Managua, Nicaragua. President ' Madriz has sent a message to the supreme su-preme tourt demanding the trial of all implicated in the shooting of the Americans, Groce and Cannon. This , is believed - to indicate that prompt action will be taken against Saloman Selva, prosecuting 'attorney In the case, General Medina," and pos-filbly pos-filbly Zelaya. Medina is satd to have documents exculpating himself and establishing Zelaya's responsibility. Selva has been arrested In Leon, but General Medina is resisting arrest here. He has barricaded his home and has declared that he is ill and in no fnnrtitinn fo ia r&ninvil In inU ,.. , . , . , arrant s have been issued for all members of the courtmartial Ill lliS message 'President Madriz says: "Zelaya does not appear officially in the proceedings of the courtinariial. It is possible, however that Medina will be able' to produce documents which .the supreme court may- con- sfder sufficient, for the implication of Zelaya. j "There is no eiience so far that ; Zelaya was guided by the proc-cdings. i ' only that he refused to commute the j . teneo be carried owl. I ku..w that .the ( sentence was illegal, according to a j -law higher than the executive." SWITCH LEFT OPEN. Trams Collide, Causing Death of Four j and Iniurv of Twelve. I Ogden, Utah -Four killed. twelve injured, sijue siiciiily. and destruction of r:i!l:o;;d -property valued at $l0.iiui',. .tei-U . ihu mury. of the worst -rail ror il wreck on in- rialt Ike dilsio-i ,if the SuU'luin Pacific in ten year . , An easth inr.d pn.sengcr t'ra;n traveling trav-eling thir; m i !- aa lioui, coilded head on with aa ex'ni cml lr.".in at Ietnny. Utah, a Mat ion eighty milea west of ()-.y n, at :t::U Monday morning, morn-ing, and its the crash died away the air was filled wiih-the shrieks and moans of the dlnu and inju.ed. while passengers, suddenly awakeiu-d-by the. Impact, were thr.wn from their brfths and feats in confusion. Thetunm,, t( Arkansas Junction. The i collision as caused bv the head I brakeman of the freight train. whlch Lj floe the switch. All of the killed and Injured Were tmlnniiV WILL FIGHT ON LAKE. Jeffries-Jchnson Scrap to Take Place at Famous Utah Resort. Salt Ijike City J. K Laneford. a - vice j n .d nt a1 d R"iieral manager of 'In- S 1 nr ll-arh ia:patiy, and Te) K c! aid as prom trr rf the Ji fT'i I hn-nn K' rotmd 1" xl i K con It m f. r t'-" uridNpiited heawelaht h; nipionhip of tie- wnrl'!. met on Mondav and signed d contract to state the b'Hit at.Sa'talr The Salt air Hunch company offers to the up of the litcyele track -coliseum free of char: aerifs to cnlare the setting capacity to hmt 3'M""' si.it. and make a'! rn --.iO'. alteration Inei d-nt r 'hi- pifirf Mucins of the bout and efiiiiidat i In.ietiines of .tin- nio )!: ;' ' ,r'- Waifh Will Serve Pruon Sentence. Wa :':-...-) -T','- pti-oti for a til' "t r. '"ofarl in 'le- r4M. of Jof.ti It Wa': f. rae r j.r. t.b-nt f ;h.-I'b ;h.-I'b t ;o i ii.?.al tiii ii of" Cbieui;., wA r - !'!( lo r.- w ar' Irf.n !;! i'i ?ie ?'ti-:.l j fiwn a' !, fh.f. K:-na. . h chaK-m'-.o i-'-.tt '! f iioN if :t. liank. w.i ' 1 on M'-I; !jv t ?.e iri :. t of !!' I in .J - Iri- -'id? !r Ujsh till' I n- t . ! !, Coett to Strangtfnj Gift. I"..... !,-;. N Y - Jn the !' 1-" ' !!.!!. Fl-il.fc .- '-!. r b ri ' i; on tt: h- as ar is i- , i. ..J. I t.. I s 4 r U-ti!t l'r-d M... . . !. !. w . T ;-: ii ' d''ti of iarah It ). s tt.- ...?; - J!.i t t d r, IT,. . r tii . hn to ir..J i . i. .1 ' U HI !- t ".iSl.tl r v; . ' : , Jasnary 1 X t'.--' ; !.- wa ili'xt trail tra-il . i. ' ht I."' "' d- iu a p. . '- t UNIDSliTS-MAKING HEADWAY Make Great Gains Upon the Liberals, Lib-erals, But Not Able'to Overcome " 'Their Majority.' London. The. standing of the parties par-ties at the conclusion of Tuesday" polling was as follows:' Unionists. 120; Liberals, 98: Labojltes, 20; . Xa-tlonallsts, Xa-tlonallsts, 28. Total gains: Unionists, 51-LibetalSi 9; Laborites.- 1 The Unionlstsiad decidedly the better, of the election Tuesday. Of forty-four seats contested, they won twenty-one, of which twelve were representd by ministerialists in trie iast parliament. With' the exception of North England, Eng-land, Scotland and . the big manufacturing manufac-turing towns the result of the polls shows a steady trend toward the fis cal policy of the Unionists, but, calculating cal-culating returns thus far announced, the political oracles maintain that thfsf- will not be sufficient to overcome the big liberal majority obtained in .o. ; This loss of ground by the working-, men's party has boon one of the surprises sur-prises of the flection. After the issues is-sues of 10'm;, they thought they had formed the nucleus of what promised ' '""' HUi fWUU?. that they opposed a larger navy. i nevertheless, had its effect for the i number of oilier opponents of the government's gov-ernment's lielauri action in meeting I (irmany's building piogram also suf .t'ered defea'. , . . WOMEN TCf AID SISTERS , Movement by. Rich Women to Better Conditions of Wage Earners. Xew Yolk,t bocanie" known Sat. ,Lg tQ ,Ut. urnlza((ll 6t ,'e Ve.y rirn Komvn , , hi UnitedStates.cn. trolling absolutely more than a l.il- plion dollars, into an organization hav J ing for lis o!ij'Ct the improveriieiR of ronditioiiii under which the women ol Ine " particularly young girls. are compelled to work. Among tuner j who either have been or will be iuvited to join this new organization are Mrs. E. H. Harri man, Mrs- KHssel ' Sage. Miss Helen ttould. Miss Anne Morgan, Mrs. Hetty jrern and hundreds of other women of wealth aul prominence. Air Failed to Work."-' ; Inrtviilo r,.i,,Tn . fr.aoh, ! early Sunday morning on the Colorado Colo-rado Midland near Husk 'tunnel, four men were killed and three others injured. in-jured. .Kxtra freight -No. 6, east- bound, consisting of eieen cars, started down the steep grade from - ; the east portal -of the Busk Ivanhoe train had gone three miles when th r.'!eo. m m,,rt ..rniuTii. Tk, a WS??9??, ?OA,ti 'V ."...T roaretl down ' the mountainside. At Windy Point there la a sharp curve, ' and the engine and cars left the track and plunged down the steep declivity. Chose Sura Way to Death. New Iondon, Conn. Placing three sticks of dynamite In fhe front of his shirt, William A. Ilennett lighted the .'use and was blown to death. Ilen-ni-tt, on returning front work Friday, hundt-d Ida wife m bouquet of (lower (low-er nh the remark: "You will know what to do with them between now und Monday." Then he demand d tiiotii-y. .On being rWuacd, he drew a revoU.r'and fired at his wife, the bullet linking a corset steel and u.I tn :in off. He m srrested ami I f ! a.-.! .inder fl.ooo bondu On Sun jiia l.i- riiurned t 'he house and ; piod d "., dynamite. Meet Death in Cunniton Tunnel. Montr , Colo. Three mn were oi'cat'.'t by owder mofce ami ntrro 1 Hiie :n '!e Gunnlnon tunnel on Sun : i and M irty others trely eti a-d i-h M.. :r lives Air current of the ' j.-ir.i! ' reversed by th- fom-'m sion .f h-jvjr blat. and the moki-tnd moki-tnd - ere bln back upon the 'isTiiT ;.r!al i d IkI e'i rn re tbey could reach tin - GunniMin tunnel Is tie rlamaon project oj.-t. by Pretd'nt Taft on hu To Supp-tt White Slave Traft.c. I1., - l jice ha ten a'ou-d b i :. ,.. eaire of the hl'"' ... . r.d baa ent'-nd into th- h Hierg an.! a i-'-r ; it an end to br tribu'- !.'r..'l hi r. ..:. Mioot-tur Comnuunw . f ' ut'l-rt hate r. i .. . n the dii a' tur.- ., t,.t i .... an4 tin dltri-s ai'i-r !;,.- . r-.i New, York and & s - ent in to Pinchot. rurojr ttii G. f .';. r I'nitr-d Su' t" rf ftart 'J !-; of U'.rh:E-fc ' -H Aac-K. -merit Ut .n,r- rm To Ij , rf t b law 4 ; .r-tff wm ;--7.n-. " lt r t, V - ", Air" Cie tfce frX Str.e t WH'r f''-i bu-'I tt '- t .I'lSl!!'1 T t ' " M '" ' 4 O th' Ur ' l J Ii'-.: it, i a' i. a t ? ' . a,t,rt. ly ,,: . . . d r''- tj .:' . .ik --i - - iS . -,- !'. 1 FAVORS BOND ISSUE PRESIDENT TAFT'S SPECIAL MESSAGE MES-SAGE DEALS WITH SUBJECTS OF INTEREST TO WEST. Recommends a Bond Issue of Thirty Million Dollar to Complete Government Gov-ernment Irrigation Projects --Already Begunr Washington. President Taft's special spec-ial conservation message .was delivered deliv-ered to the house by Mr. LaXta, assistant assist-ant secretary to the president, soon after that body coavened on Friday. Pension legislation was Interrupted for the reading of the document and the speaker advise members to pay close attention thereto because no printed copies had arrived for distribution distri-bution among them. Practically all of the members present pres-ent remained in their seats and followed fol-lowed the reading closely and care- fully. V hen the reading or the message j der, as she seemed tobe beyond the had been concluded a roar of applausej control of the helmsman. Then her arose, from the Republican side of the j anchor was dropped, but it would not chamber and several Democratic inem- ' hold, and with her rudder " out of hers also joined in the demonstartion j commission and .big seas pounding of approval. . j her. the Inevitable happened. "She The message deals wholly with the1 struck the spit, and" there she hung, subject of the conservation of the na- The life saving crew made numerous tional resourcs of land, water, forests, attempts to fire life lines over the mineralsysnd power sites and the a!- steamer, but all fell 'Short. 'J'ht n lied subject of inland waterways. j darkness fell virtually all hope that Many recommendations and sugges- 'any of those on board would be saved tions are made. .for needed legislation on ihese subjects, one of sp'c!rl inter - e:,t to the- west being that a bond issue ot -'U oimi lie authorized., to coif.! P le .govern meiit i'rrig;rtion'3r'J5cTSTTt'e nt?errrriTr5 already bestm. RULERS AVITH HAND OF IRON. King Alfonso Qickly Puts Down Internal Troubles. .Madrid. Kins Alfonso, sitting as. president of the cabinet, ruled wi.h an iron hand in putting down the internal i roubles threatened liy.reve- , ,. -. . , . . -- lallons printed in a ni lta.ry newspa- ' These revelations had for their purpose the engendering of bad blood between the army and the govern- ment over the distribution' of honors the tr!' I" Morocco. The king's part In the affair leaked out Friday wjien It became known that hla maiesllv sanctiiined the In- stant removal of CH.nt Villara. cap- via-(j a ,.r iK- , : rapiaun-nenerai or Miianoua. ix)ruu- na and Valencia, and had ordered the arr''st 01 other oBlnn Implicated. v: ,.. , . i - . "," ' . ... ,u" """"ihv iimnkr. ... mJSW, hJ sinagent nnjtnoas isKen t.v jiui atm v.' ?th' conspiracy. whiVb. ( belleveXf8ht for Mrs. Gunne.s U W.tKrTe1 ihad broader ramlflcAUons than the ; had broader ramifications than mere resignation of the ministry and extended even so far as an attempt to foment a Carllst uprUing under Don Jaime, pretender to the throne. Escape From Burning Mine. Trinidad. Colo Fire, starting from a match dropped In the straw of the mule stable, cut off ;U0 miners from the shaft of the No. 2 mine of the Colorado Fuel and Iron company on Friday. Hefore th men could be warned, the shaft vat choked with mimke. but all the miner are iaid by offic a of he company to hare eai d ihrotich i he connecting Worktlics of the Nn I trine of the Colorado Fin I aiol !nn couipany on one side and the l!.o v u.ine, ho-e ba l on "h- n:!nr -i.le of the tiiountala from the iitrn aiK mine Mitiern fioni oh. r r -! Il-ries of he Colorado Fuel at! ( ! t-ompany at Kaele. 3urkl:. I'i !i:- r at,, .prio wcr- of...rel wind l nix-oial train, but oii.;.,iii off.cials riuufrii;and-d 'b'- ori! r when -hey Ii.id !h" Ore un..-r ti .i- Japs Plan to Open Port Arthur Washington Notice of t!.- u ; iImd i if the . Inpatient- m.-inm. ir ' i l-n Port r'hur in th- . oto-i tt)" world ! iti.lli-a'i d in T- .io .1 !.i!cI:ch to h'- Ja;utt ii,! .-. ji;rfnl two n i.i.'hi o bi mi aid th Mmuni of th- i-r t. r ! wl hhr ld iirsMI Uie ko ; i.n t.i I -le In fit "he f art dn'e f,.r " o -n n T(t ittr. t r.t to i: Ai I' V'h'ir (r- ;' In 'tf in i'mi:.:H he -.! r f of du't !. j .J t ut ili:.i J i' it i ii !h- N"W ttk of :. o'i.ir i .-i. I- .! teett Srote wn.tt noo Ce HtitiaKa N- ''"fi rt--h-- r . an A f rii' a Kt ms-e'S t -1 , a, hn.ii.b' h-T Ir :i !,?. ;, -. a i r a -i , r n I ran . , ' I'ar-eSJ'; rtt.f ,. 4- r ? w '. i'h -. ' 'r-' fntTir Mfai 'i V": i,' t aie ! ; ot ! " '... -a! a r.Sr t f .. . -. rrt a , V ; . . ' ? far i ' V ; riir ice Of j t : lxi j i ' ' - j - i- ' ! a - - t , . . . . i.f- ' ' " - ' c t t " v 1 DROPPED MO- SUR6IMS SEA Crew of Doomed Steamer Make Brave Effort to Reach Land, But Only One Man ' Saved. Marsh field. Ore. Another tragedy j.of thevsea has been, written" into the record of marine ( disasters on the grim north Pacific coast, through the loss of the staunch iron steamship Czarina jorxihe JKorth Spit of the Coos Bay bar, with a load of thirty lives. A solitary survivor, Harry Kentzel, first assistant ; engineer oi the wrecked vessel, is the pnjy , living testimonial tes-timonial : to the heroic efforts made by the United States' life saving crew and' citizens of Marshfleld to aid the doomed ship's company.. The Czarina left here Wednesday afternoon in the iace' of a storm, bound for San Francisco. She had braved many a gale, and her commander com-mander apparently saw no reason foi delaying her departure. In a short time, however, the vessel was seen to be in trouble. It is hrobahle that something went wrong with her rud- was abandoned. Six of he men w.re j .-eeii in the rig-ing Thursday morn-! " inc. but thev finally cave mi n'l hone i of rescue and sprann into t'n' sea. the shore, MURDERED MRS. GUNNESS. i Ray Lamphere Makes Confession . . Which Clears Up Myttery. St I.nnU In a fitivrli?blpit storv. th(l ' Di )a,fh lnmvital Jt 0,ajma WJW ,no ronIes!lin of Ray i . . . .. . , , ; Lamphere. who died a few davs ago , . . ' ..... ,, ,J . . fin the Indiana pen! entlafv at Mlctti- gan City, when nerving a sentence tor netting fire to the home of Mrs. Helle Giinness. near l.aporte. hid. Jt is. known that the Uev. Dr. E A. Schell. formerly of l.aporte. heard Lam-phere's Lam-phere's confession. The confession s.iown that Mrs. chloroformed by Umphere, whp was robbing the house with a nnan ac- ronnlici- that Ipnnlo Dlum in nut - - """ Mrs Ounnesn. put perlsned In the flre that destroyed the Gun npftM home That in rhlomfrw'm luted nten. one of , whom was Andrew Hel- geleln, the other probably Ole Huds-burg Huds-burg and Tonnes Petersen Lien, and that oneaof these men. pnbabty Lien, was the third husband of Mrs. thinness. thin-ness. Lamphere, according to the contes-sion. contes-sion. had a Riiilty knowledge of the murder of three men In the Gunness home during the time he lived there, about eight months in 15u7, and he assisted Mr. Gunnena In disposing of the bodies f the three men. ntus. atano nai tor itsuing v-nai- engt Tor uuei. Ii Angeles. hat Is he!ieed here lo be the flret action rv.-r tak.-a under the state law pron biting d i-I ling, was b'-run tx fore Juhtiie Llli at Whlllier on Thursday when F-it Barrleta Artinia held to the perlor court to ,an r a fnrfp'.iint by I. 1 hanrnei. a ranrner aiui tor I Sanrhei, a ratuher and for ...... ,..,,.i,., . r.t t,i,, ... , i... . I 111 I - ill 'i' - I i'i s-t'oi. o 'III III I that he received a b-tter from Artln.i challenpinj "btm to a due) with u '(ler. Th ltirr. h rh wa p!.ifn In evidence, read like a pug" from , Itn Qulote A Missouri Tragedy. Trenton, M'. Janie Hiunrhrir'. a wealthy ytun farmer, 4 arrei. Sunday and la In th citi! jail h; aa the result of tb Injulry in'o 'hr Hilling of Jamii ll'rhr, a farnn-r. who was shot from ambuh nar IJn.l ley, Mo. Ut f'riday niichl Tn "tupy ahosun heM wr found nir Hatcher's UmIj. which w.m b!era'!j filled with hot Ni-ia-'Vir ilan-b1 had ri,i;:.:il ') li. iro an blir toirn an 1 ifiri-a'n-.j , brM the thief iJ..'.' A . oi xra wa fmiud nar M' h-r !-1 1 Ml hi frUod rbl-ruV t:. iiisi-iii ia "hat be " Lfi srtn Last Live Tire, rhl'.adefphta o" ,(! aa s d a t 'o ohrw are n-lua -. i !hr rr r-rtrHt!y lcjur-.d. ne t ; 'a-a.H a r-!t "f a tu that ? M-i5r iciMl,' dtri;"i it il ,: . ofb airiB)rT on j- fahiai!'5'' "f Vr-i l"a.; I !; t!a " "f a jg. 4t4 frw & -. If I!'; ef i t!.r4 to t- ' i "'' i . ' Srrmtt ! i 'a' ; nm tfe n-f t a -s ' '. t .l.f Irtia4 TKt M f!.3a..' Phtwtf'p-t W J, , Ktsui t'Vf. -1'-' -s "a: ' -Ci.a H t ... a , k-i f-,-. rn i.I - 3 , zyr tn it-a' a - I m At; r.j - vi , n. . ' .-. - .. k ..! 4?"4 ( "f. ! - I .j.. C'A '- -' " 9 r-f I. a fa". .' I ' , ,4 19 m .-. ' ,,-. . . fc' '4 . a" '.Jt ; 1 ' PRESfDEKTGREETS GOVERNORS (.Welcomes .Chief Executives of Dif ferent States at Washington Con vention as "Fellow Sufferers." Washington. In welcoming he conference con-ference of governors at the White House-,Tuesday afternoon Presideht Taft indulged in a little good-natured speculation as to how me English system of executive authority might work in-this country i-andspeeially with- respect to giving vue executive the right to argue matters out with the legislative branch and. go before the people if necessary. He said .he would like to have a heart-to-heart talk with some of the governors as to their methods of obtaining legislation? "I would especially like to ask Governor Gov-ernor Harmon how he manages with a Republican legislature out in Ohio," said the president. "I can assure him," added Mr. Taft, "that there are struggles even when you have a congress con-gress which nominally' is of your own party. "There is no use mourning over our larck of the English systt-m of government govern-ment in this country, for we can never have it, but you governors, as well as J, have felt at times the injustice in-justice of criticism, which comes to the executive "because of the lack of the English system." President '-Tatt addressed the governors gov-ernors as "My near feikov executives and fellow sufferers." Governor Hughes of New York and former Mayor Seth Low, New Yor, City, spoke at the afternoon session. TAKES RAP AT ROOSEVELT. Ex-President Scored for Alleged Vio- Ha-trOft-el taw, and Washington. Withoir debate by a viva voice vole, the house on Tuesday athjpTed ttie confett noe report re-port on the Hailinger-Pinchot inquiry resolution and theu devoted almost live houi-to further discission or the ; many of the restd.U have gone to urgeiit dcilciency aiipropriation bill. I burning wood. The situation is so se-Consideration se-Consideration ci this measure was not riotis ihawlf a fresh supply is not re-concluded, re-concluded, i i ceived today the public schools hero The session . was somewhat enliv- i will be compelled to close their doors, ened by criticisms of former- l'resi- j Juhu . Ogli;ahy. Mather., one of. the dent Roosevelt by Representative Har- oldest residents of ?lt lke, died rlon, who denounced him for an- ! Sunday at his home, aged' S years, pointing representatives to the third j Fifty-five years agu Mather came maritime conference at Hrussels ne j over the --prairies In a wagon drawn April without due authority of law, i by oxen. He had heard of the devel-and devel-and for his alleged numerous viola- j opment of Salt I-ake away over In Ions of the civil service law. j JCJtland. LEWIS IS RULER. President of Mine Workers Quickly Hammers Down Opposition. Indianapolis "TheTe will be no repetition of the disgraceful sceues of the miners' convention ol last year if l' can get the co-pperatlonf this coo entlon," declared Presldelt Thomas L. Lewis of the l ulled MhrV Workers of America, at the close of Tuesday's e-Mn of the organization. Me ruled out of order Frank J. Hayes of Illlnobj and WIMIain Green of Ohfet leaders of the faction opponed to the Lewis administration, who objected to thu national organizers being i-aied a delegateti If their a'arle are mid In the convention. Eastern Forests Neglected. Wa-U .iition. The east and the ; S(,1lh na a rlt!,lt to .k ,,, aiue i aHeulloii by the tialloloil i ir.metit j , forest on the water !; ! of the :.App.iWif hian a has l n kIi.r to j Hi.. ,.",t d.'flared former i ;....-, : CuMi t.uihl. Jr . of Ma-.n lni.-uii. pretd s ot the Ani-ncaii i-ori -ry aM. Li'i n a! It annu ; d nner i u. ptl iv n!y ' Not one - , ..f ii,.i ..id thirti-ei, h'- a.d, 'Ua ... ht la th revolution, that help -j pa-, ior the Loul!i.iii;i purchaHe. the War of 1-1 or thai w p.iy for n-iiig ftf i S;ain l ba-ni-fl'ed dlrt-c'iy tiunal ! ; -t n-wrm ' ' ei -ht ' '. l 'o Ia by ti:- na '!-!i b"U at 'here-oior- xc;iiHe,y la t . Anlt Focd Trut Lr i;u V. t. :s-oti - App:i- atio- r v nn B.'-r -hip card to F' d Tfii' !eas'i'. ten-r :-d tJ fl, by t-o ci . i,'iCi kio- ti- n reodled riour.i'd I ue ila nikt.t. .a ;!:. of ' l. tnhtrd of m it c orc.itiiia.Sof. il.a-! il.a-! a for at , !ia'on r-d l raill M' n m Mla'l- r al I a -i uu', n of , ( . .; Ii, i r a,,ian- l-atu f At:i-rif vt; t-ur ha tn ri-in4 I-n' Taft It mid in the Anti-i Anti-i ir'an t.i.h f ! il Al- t f.-t .'.i.-r ate w -t af- -he . !.. . n fi.n i i t -n i d..ea ?fl- !.. ti- I j -Ct '9't " fei!tig Nt Catt p. 12 ,ifi ta a: n.'a ?.ri-.tt i ,-.a -- T! ' tt 'nt a tinh .; . !, t. " a ir..iH' '.-i' - a f. I ; ! .i .' Ur a i h ' it - 1 j oi i; i. . , .. . - ' . f r-- ' w IsrJJ 1 K" - r ' - i I- C'T- n t a - - K CattJ far TM ! 1 t j tt i if THE: UTAH BUDGET Kane county has a -floating indebtedness indebt-edness of $1,900, or jl.00 of debt for itant. Peter Adamson, Jr., convicted at American Fork of illegally' selling whiskey, has been fined $100. Salt Lake bank clearings for the last week show a gain of $764,992.72, over the corresponding ' week of last ytar. . A. O. Mauser, an. architect,"' ! found dead in bed In Salt Lake City, Sundaymorning deathbeingduetO) .a. : urau uuuuic. Oscar Jenson, aged 7, while hang- . Ing on a freight car at Murray, fell underneath , the car, one of his legs , being crushed off. During the years 1908 and 1909 there were eighteen malriage licenses issued In Kane county. During these twb years there were no divorces. granted..'; . L. L. Hunter, a locomotive engi- neer, and his six-year-old son Paul were burned to death in a house car near Cheyenne, Wyo. Hunter was well known in Utah. Charles Brooks, a brakeman on the Denver & Rio Graude, was assaulted by two Grettk section hands near Blng-' ham, and was severely beaten, one of nis arms being broken. Driven thereto by forty-five cent butter, it is said that a number of people in Salt Lake are taking to oleomargarine, oleo-margarine, and U their surprise are finding it an excellent substitute. The new opera house ,at Kaysville was destroyed by fire on the night of January 14, the loss being $.",000. It is thought the fire was caused by an actor dropping a lighted cigar in the building. The twenty-second annual poultry ttw-Ttf-th-U4rth?ttuUa.ss(idatjQn -held in Salt Lake City last" ''week. proved to be one of the most, successful success-ful exlrfntions ver given by the state association. ConJ U so scarce In andy that There are three Irrigating canal companies In Kane couniy. with a capitalization of JW.ntS. The dfmt of the canals was $6,Soi Thetr a&gre-, gate length Is nine and one-half miles, and the cost of malntalnlii then) during dur-ing 19u9, was $1,716, while tn. cre-ige cre-ige Irrigated was 1.552. -Theodore Kennedy, the negro porter por-ter who shot younir Wallace Lyon, a white man, with a revolver at Ogden on the evening of December 15, Inflicting In-flicting a wound In the neck which came near ending- his life, must answer an-swer to th charge of an assault with fu'ent to commit murder. According to the figures t given In the current number of the American Contractor, Salt Ijike City stands tetenth In the lixt of ettt is i Vnited States In the matter of build-ina build-ina ortTtion during the year 1909 Thi city showed a giln d To jer cent in Imildii g oiieratlr-ii during l!i'. Twelve grinled and tottering old men met In the "tiff Ice of the county commUsloner at Otcden on Mondav ( file thlr par prmlng th:m t iiave f.Hicht In the l!nck Hawk Indian ar, that thy niluht Iteneflt by th ;.-nbn statute elartJ fcv the !at i-t.-i!iimro relative lo -terant if the i ud an warn Ai)r j.f Sanjwle rourity, an ox. two fiirtii and other propi-ny I c-nned In an !d deed dlsonered at K, hra!m a few da ago The il-J I from the lnd:an rh! t Si-gtii-rowh 'T" itie. t H-Ifbam Yo'inc. trustee for the nr j liH1 einirrh Menry Mylhiinu-n, -1h ;ftld '"-rtt itt tiotib man ac tr.t w rtotu thr-re thrre are at bat cljiht charje of burtliry. four of erid larceny and five of r.!rkt tea!:rse prid'na. aj l-ar.d la Salt lr Clt. en'et4 a p:'a of Tii:tT. anl wa eo',oced ti twenty ir.ta In the state prison. ttj n at.ti. a.-.i t -!'. f 111 stn A Hrown. 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