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i- 4-: 4...'. , " 'I .. 1 . - . - . j . I - PLEASANT GEOVE NWS 2 V STRANGE CASE OF GORDOS THE UTAH BUDGET III THE EAST ; . ' ". . -.-m.- : . '(Copyright IMS.) .....-. - .. - - SENSATIONAL RISE AND FALL" OF '- "Ife 7ti " - r:- "; RCK ISLAND ST0CK IS- ' lmmj&(''r' V'fjj""' Committee Appointed for Official Prob- mJwy. ' K ' Jv'k: I ,nfl of Mystery or Fiasco' with 741w " ' Instructions to Sift Mat- New York The New York StocK Exchange has an investigation on its hands. Common stock of the Rock Island company rose 31 1-4 points almost al-most Immediately after the opening on Monday; then, even more suddenly, dropped to 50. Thereby hangs ITmys-tery, ITmys-tery, or a fiasco, or;, something that the governor of the stock exchange will try to sift to the bottom. At the close of the da y"a session the governors quickly held a conference. and It was announced that a special Investigation had been Instituted. Francis Lv Eames. former president of the exchange; J. T. Atterbury and Ernest Er-nest Groesbeck were appointed to' con-dust con-dust the inquiry. Conservative members mem-bers are niuch exercised over the episode and summary punishment of the offenders Is demanded, 'Officers of the Hock Island disclaim any responsibility-for the movement. ZELAYA INTERVIEWED. - Former President Insists That He is Abused and Misunderstood. Salina Cruz, Mexico Declaring that the attitude of Secretary Knox toward him could not fail to; be-disapDroved by all air-minded people, and tuat he believed the secretary's judgment was warped by' false reports from the American vice consul at 'Managua, former for-mer President Jose Santos Zelaya endeavored. en-deavored. In an interview on Monday, to Justify his treatment of the Americans, Ameri-cans, Cannon and Groce, as an act that any - one in bis position would have committed. "I am going to Mexico City to remain re-main for six months," said he. If the climate agreVs with me, I will send or go for my family. If It does not agree with me, I will go to some place In Europe. I am going to Mexico City to thank President Diaz and Mexican officials for their kindness to me." Teachers' Annual Meeting. Salt I.ake City. The Utah school teachers are In annual session In this city. 1'nder the most. auspicious cir cumstances and th between 1..V10 an'd Z.uito teachers present from various va-rious pans of the state, crowding, the assembly hall to its capacity, the convention con-vention va called to-ordr by President Presi-dent Frank M. Drlggs, superintendent of the deal and blind school t Ogden, few minutes after 2 o'clock on Mod.-. day. Every part of the state was represented rep-resented and some gathered from surrounding sur-rounding stales to be present at the opening session. As They Do -in Russia. SL Petersburg After two years' confinement In the fortress. Catherine Ilrebkotskaya. who is lo tx placed on trial In February on a charge of being a member of the revolutionary organisation. was on Monday allowed her first conference with her counsel, M. Zarmlny. M Zarudny said later thai be had found Mmu. iiretihkov- akaya In Nuipnningiy gKj nea.in. bright and cheerful, but utterly un- j hin bld fhllt bfor nU pn reconciled to the government. ihe : rarh the capital a settlement aatis- ned tirtrt n.r I mmtvr t- tt,- factory to all sides mKht " be "ar-preliminary "ar-preliminary detention prloti and ranged may 'probaMy nfuse to pretent a do ! ' " feose. i Strike Soon to Be Settled. A Chapter of Accidents. New York A series of unfortunate occurrences marked the opening Mon day of the feniiJlf.ikajan4vrar meeting of the American Historical and Tfre Amen an Economic aiwocia- ' ttons. On account of the itnrtn, Pre- ; Ident Taft was unable to attend lr H'illiani Graham Sumner of Yale, who ' waMo hate taken an important part, wa mritken with sudden t!lne, Andrew An-drew Carnegie fell in Ceneral Park i and injured his knee. n 8 N I North, acting president of the A inert- rati Statistical societv. rmjld not b f r--rl b-caue of lllne j Murder ef Youth a Mytery, I Pml.urg Af'er 'tevtofiirc b'f a cre of p. r'R an I ; ;.! in; the thtrtt -ierre rn tts' an . mnr' nrf1.' the o'ice torce of Urvater V-"'ntt I t;!I a wa a to the i.Jer.tltv f tb nan or n -a ltRpJtrae. In thv marie' of 1 1 ar J jmem FrieJ w fx f : r l r"' t, . !e tJt faa i Siiti iar iit.h- in a !.wrte. l,t.'4e In AV'c'er,!. i,, r,. p-olwiSiy t' tst'l t n ptjn.l C!.r;i'n,ii ,lir ' afier th ?6riKt kl !- -n .a.l,ed fi'..:. t to tar ' Cttrd i Teaefc'uf K tel. Rr5 tr-.n 'he; ir iru if N.-.r'i . ! -f. !'.- !if 'i ! .! r;c a tm.-i: tr-f U- r.. - I- f i . k In f ,iUf, the , f ..' ef t, TS tit I t.jttt. r.-4 tn i! t - I S , ew . Va lfa rg !-. e t fit a t. fry ' Jt. St It "t . if t ! ! '. J I " Tfc- 4 T i r'',--r. o i t " t aa-l ih ' . : ; j ii .. hf a f: tw frai ?!. t . i w;w,t rrs r On of the Rulers of Europe Has Been Employed, Incognito, as a St vedore. " . ' J KICARAGUANS RIO OF ZELAYA Fallen Tryant Leaves Managua on Mexican Gunboat, Causing Slflh of Relief From Follower. Managua Jose Santos Zelaya,:' .ex-president .ex-president of Nicaragua, has deserted I bis country ami his .followers,, going aboard a Mexican gunboat on Thurs day, bound for Salina Cruz. Zelaya left the country he had so long misruled and the people he had plundered without the - blae of trumpets. Under coverjfaf-darkne ss Thursday morning, Zelaya," accompanied accom-panied by a heavily armed guard, proceeded pro-ceeded to Corinto, in which port the Mexican warship had been lying for several days close to the United States protected cruiser Albany. Other American warships swung' at anchor In the harbor with marines aboard. awaiting instructions. At 5 o'clock in the afternoon the warship weighed anchor and pointed out to sea. A salute of 13 guns was fired from the shore and hundreds of solders and citizens waved the former dictator a farewell from the breach. Zelaya. stood alone and waved back In answer. He uncovered when abreast of the Albany, but the American Ameri-can cruiser made no response. " Then he turned again toward the shore, gazing gaz-ing until out of sight. The people were relieved when they learned that Zelaya had gone and President Madriz has already begun his promUed work of reform. All re- j ports that Madriz'lntenils to resign ' I the presidency are untrue. He himself I states that he accepted the office only ' ! after mature consideration of the op-' jlortiiuity the intuition gave him to brtng about harmony and peace in Nicaragua an3 also of the dangers which attended his acceptance. He Is willing to face the dangers, he says. In order to nave The country. News of ihe overwhelming viciory won by General Estrada at Kama bus now reached the ears of all In Managua, Man-agua, as well Ihe rert that the revolutionary forces will soon be marching In this direction. But E- ,rlI(li, aa . i.,n M...nr- nff mnA ft. Paul Both Ihe railroads and tl.e men are now sanguine of an early settlement of the strike difficulties. Governor Kberhardt. through who effort" theTtrtkTir and lh railroads ,nA h ... - r.f. erence of Ihe questions "Involved to;. . ' ' . he f-hlrago conference, declare, that : bor- -" "mated on Wednesday, the outlook for an Immediate settle- n ha1 "''Cd lo a modeat tueot U bright The engineers and apartment In a remote street of the firemen have now prew nied demand ' Ihorx dutrlct and there wa blown for an increa of !j to 4 per Cent to pieces by a bomb eipl'ded sup- ta wage Sad Christmas For Mjrk Twain. New. York This wa a ad Chrlst-ma Chrlst-ma for Samuel L, Clemens, the world ! lamed buntorint. ho ha made mil- l!n Uugb Itrken in health, hi ' '- ,n ,h presidency of iwroby. only daughter in Kumpe. the aged aalnated by a wti bil tumorl.t wa alt aUne In hj h-Ui at :",n.!!ng a theltrkal itl'mne Reading. Toon, wilh Ihe dad body; W"'"" An official dlopavh of bis d:SMer. Ml" Jean fleiiseiip. U received fnni Iticfc4r-l to the who wa foijnd drowned on Fniy effect that the prime n.'t..' r of Rm- is a lih'-it to her fatter' bou I twlieved !! t'leta-o wa ( iake,J .j an epileptic Ct and droanej while unctittoriou Tid of Immigration. W (tir'i.i liciif (ri-girel at ihe ! ':' f imn.ir a't- a and na' ur- i' I'-tt .'. 'tie ! -1 M-S5ger i t'R-eat tCHTtt.il- t- j--.!. ' fei'b $'' wfe u'Mifratit.. iJtyi -e tf l't 19 C;. i u tttroir. i ci I aM U l t iin c a'-f a l tual'.r. a teta :-? try Ms (. it I bi'.'-i ' A.;.;. t bo a lvU nad r d! ir4 ai te-raf '"Tai ' . vvtde BrcujM Sr'vo and Dt. Ct-.. if a. N J ti r "t. t,- a 6 1 a-r.j-w ?. ' tasx:s' ' 4 J!Um f'r V;e aa-l V. . J Vr V'f ir'ke X i a tra'-a "V;,; ?a 1 1 . Wu . an l'ti a! 'r i f tf f. r-r-d ij if. ' -i t A Vr. I-r-.f wa ' t-.j.iil'tt f t, ' .i-'ji.ina a ;Ui t k V-?$i a4 f I! urn t Iraeaj a fc fmia tiM itt U '. Vrt ke, !f?'l. ".!!. .:-e4 'o r- . i.r. r ' . - .at te r"." i'f f-a csrr SCHLEY BELIEVES IN COOK Calls Upon Commander Peary to Submit Sub-mit His Proofs to the University Uni-versity of Copenhagen. Washington. Reaffirming his com plete confidence In Dr. Cook, Rear .Ad-mlral .Ad-mlral .W. SSchley, retired.- on.Wed-iresday on.Wed-iresday called upon Commander Peary to' submit his proofs that he reached the north pole to some scientific body ather than the National Geographic society. This, the admiral declared, should be done at once in the interest of Jus: tlce and to establish beyond question the claims of Peary.. t The admiral Relieves that the same body which threw out and repudiated Cook's Jlata . should he permitted to ;as upon the data submitted' by Peary, to the Geographic socle'ty. " Moreover, Admiral Schley believes that the submission of "the proofs to Copenhagen should be insisted upon by Peary, whatever the attitude of the National Geographic society niav be. . EXPLORERS' CLLB DROPS COOK Holds That Alleged Discoverer of Pole ' Practiced Fraud on Public- w New York. The board of governora ofjtbe Explorers' club met last Friday In executive session and, standing In- silence, voted with bowed-heads, that 'Dr. Frederick A. Cook will be dropped foni the. rolls of the club for frauds practiced on Its members and on the publle. Coming hard upon the heels of the crushing verdict lately rendered by the I i ! versify of Copenhagen, : ihe ac- lion of the Explorers" c'ub Friday la the result of Independent Investlga lion which In ton way touch upon the M)lar controversy and the weight of its disapproval thus becomes cumulative. cumula-tive. Preliminary to Its vote of exculslnn. the board met to pass upon the report of lis committee thai has been Inves tigating the validity of Dr. Cook s as sertion that he reached Ihe summit of Mt. McKinley. This committee. In concluding an exhaustive reKrt, rec- mm'tHlH4 that "lr 'vh' rlalma that he ascended to the summit of ML McKinley In IS"i be reject by -the Explorers" club not worthy of credence," cre-dence," ANARCHISTS GET BUSY. i Atsaisinatton in Rutlia. India and J Roumania at Same Time. Rl Petersburg Colonel Karpoff. fht r.f IS. ... f m.IIm 1 Ct j isedly by his h"?. oo Michael Yow-i Yow-i skreiMiiiiy, who hal t J the ritinm a few days before Isombay. India Arhur Mjws Tip- 'cawn. cm. i iui-irae ot . ir.ania had t n o- ai.d enuIy i Hided by a Ugn ar.Ua artt;!t. Senator McLaur-n Dead. Jackson. Ni-lB"eil 'a'e 8 a'or A.J- Mrjiirla 4Ud 4ieiJ-W 4ieiJ-W !iiaf nijfht at k.nr la i ltra&,lai f kvai h lit !: la an a'fack . . . , , ....... o B a it.fre ioj k azue tpm i i .G-ei am d at . o a VV!:eB tb fa'al nk rm r.a m 'ViTji-iF'b 'ef li a r'k'if chair it fr-,t 4 ' V fite ia i. i -. lie t.; f-'IS f-f54 -): -aki a af was 4a.1 wl "th a.'riVr t.4 ti?a"il ;v.le4 Warr.nr Ct S Year t"ciea)li - V'f r--: J ' o' t- i''- -'v 4 fr''iR-J,a!', "ir;' L- Vr.a?. 4- 'a.s !' ;. r j t of : p- F;--4r fIruJL V- it'j ires; li' t'l Ii" T E 4 k -r-rrtg " " t . i t , ' a r - t ' a -.)s' tt a '3 ern -' T ar-,;-Ti. ' ' ie - . t b- ii t i ' ; 4 t ;e ,f ; I ;'- - . WORST GALE IN ' YEARS 8WEEP3 OVER NEW ENGLAND, LEAVING TOLL OF DEATH AND DAMAGE. '..-'- ; - -- - - - ' Tidal Wave Drives Hundreds oFrom Their Homes In Boston, and Other iCities Are Blocked With 8now and teft in Darknes Boston.-A northeast storm on Sun day swept into New England with ter rific energy. The .gale , drove a tide into Massachusetts bay whjeh nearly equaled that of the famous storm of 1851. The wet show postrated wires, the telephone, telegraph, electric light and trolley, and railroad trains, were stalled. Three persons lost their lives In Everett and Chelsea by the sudden sud-den rise of the ;tide. . . - r ' CACoffi1ngTla artult- moonthe gale rolled a wave, along the coast which. in some-places, reacnea a neignroi some'placeff more han' fourteen feet above low-water low-water mark. In this city the tide went across Atlantic avenue on the water front,' and . caused an estimated damage of mare t han $1,000,000, . "TtrEverMtr Cornelius Hafklnand his wife were caught In their beds and overwhelmed, by the flood. An iniant waa drowned la Chelsea under similar conditions. .Persons living some distance from thejroast found themselves looking" over- thetLanen ocean. .. ',. . Hundreds' of persona "were driven from their homes by a flood resulting from the breaking of a dam gate at a place known as "The Dykes' In Chelsea' Jnst1over"the Everett line. - Large cities, such as Cambridge, Somerville. Lynn, Brocton, Providence, Provi-dence, Fall River and New Bedford, were In darkness, except for light afforded af-forded by"the full moon. From New York, Philadelphia and New Haven come reports of the worst storm In years. Three deaths in New York were due to the storm; In Philadelphia Phila-delphia the street railways abandoned traffic. . ELEPHANT CUTLETS FOR DINNER Fa-President Roosevelt and Party Celebrate Christmas Day. Kampala, Uganda.-rFor the first lime In the world's history, perhaps, the primal Jungles of Africa saw a real, old fashioned Christmas celebra tion. The only thing lacking was snow and Ice. But there waa a big fea.st, and Santa Claua was there, too. Former President Theodore Roose velt waa the man to Initiate a'typlcal Yankee Christmas In King Doudl Chwaa? territorr. - Tenia were a'treich- ed and Ihe native cooks worked under the direct suiervlstoo of a member of the American expedition In preparing a menu which Included roast sltatusi-ga sltatusi-ga and elephant cutlets. KermTT celebrated cele-brated the day by taking a number of nap shots, and Col. Roosevelt received re-ceived visitor and did some writing. SAYS GOVERNOR LIED. Delegate From Hawaii Cause a Po- litlcal Sensation. Honolulu. Delegate to Congre Kalanlanaole. who recently announced himself a candidate for re-election, has caused a. p'rttlctl . senna; Ion throughout the territory by a vlgorou attack upon Governor 'Frear, chargm. the governor lib sot acting In good faith with regard to ihe proposed ttoTfteteading of public lands. In hT first Interviews on the subject, sub-ject, ihe delegate to .congress said i hat Ihe governor "lied" about land policies and Intentions. later he withdrew this expression, but an notmeed himself a at war with the territorial civcutlv on account of failure to open public lands Selecting Uncle Joe's Successor. Washington lo view of the grim way In which Joaepb (S. taeoon of II Itnoia I holding onto the speakership of the house of representative. It seems premature to Indulge lo any guesip a to hi ucceor Yet this t what even his friends In congress are doing. In expectation thai he will lay down the gavel on March 4, 1911. one year, two month and ten daya hence. Already combination are formlcg, aad tbey pron,ie to ragage i in one of Ibe nxxt x-naatiocal f. ghi . the eWtKia of a speaker ever ha pro- duced " ; A Chn.tma Trajedy. . j Pena, lad -Police aen who - wered a caII o Cbrl.lmaa day from j Ora ClHway found fc! wife ded on ihe kitcbesj flw vt thefr home and j Calloway wish aa esrpty rtvofrer In hi haad and overturned tamitr i bowicg tkat Iter had been a strug gle. CalV)ay detlared fce bad Be nr OMtfi"-j of w taf bad take ; lac, la bi inn. r-i'M by the po- :c, c:'tay !4 t ka b ni aad ItuJT'.itT a -t l' rate tie, v-toe ti itrlf KieS:c!is b-i4re -wrt t-H ! korw na Hsmw? k i:d- - Vtsm c te Si -M.a. "R :si,K -A5't' Itol'-'as-irn. aa weiiy rnlit la tV nty, U fa ife aWHtal rr-t4lf fJ oaiad. Jt;Crdv t J ear. fey a I a k Hat 4 ' at. wi-o Tt k tie t.?a t . ., m I fJi4 t v a? a Uie .3a fcf ajy ,Vrr5- Ui' U f '. nrrnt r4 J 3 '. I:al aa ti TV" '-f. -. --4 A!.4- Cv l't '' zt ti V i'.Jti ?i - rT.". Fe.r t 4 ku 4 ' ' );- i in ( Man Once Accused of Plot to Assas sinate Lincoln Now Becomes 'United Statea 8enator. Memphis, Tenn. A special to the NewsjSclm,itar says: -'Sought at -one time by the federal authorities under 1 $10,000 reward for his capture, dead jr aliyerfoi" alleged conspiracy 4n. the murder of a president of the United States, "and?" now appointed a ihembef 9t the legislative body of that country, la the strange story of Colonel James Gordon,., who has been nominated United States, senator by Governor Noel as successor to the late A. J. McLaurin. M'f. Gordon -was one of several con federate leaders' suspected . of being In conspiracy with J. Wilkes Booth tdkill President Lincoln.-' tie escaped arrest and probable death only by the intervention of a Yankee colonel with whom he had . crossed swords in a fight in Virginia. - JLihfnyierjearsof the war. Col onel Gordon had formed .an intimate friendship with Booth, and"after th assassination of President Lincoln, the reward Of $10,000 was offered for his capture. - ' Colonel Gordon went to Canada, and. Jt wa several moatha- after the close of hostilities before he found it safe- tOTeturn. In one of the campaigns In Virginia, Colonel Gordon had crossed swords with the colonel ol a New York" cav alry regiment. Both were Injured, buti. they -afterward became fast friends'?!':. " ." - - Colonel Gordon' wrote a letter to t'jfs New Yorker, denying' that he had any part in the conspiracy arid stating stat-ing that he desired to return , home. The former foe took the matter up with General Dicks, then in command of the army forces In New York, and the latter sent him a passport and an Invitation to come to New York and Burrendei, which he did. He after ward satisfied General Dicks -that he kuew nothing of the Lincoln con-' rpincK'. - CREW FACED STARVATION. For One Hundred Days Men Were Short on Rations. Hoqulam, Wash. Her crew re duced almost to spectres by slow star vation and with the captain believed to be dying, the schooner Minnie A. Caine waa towed into Gray's Harbor Tuesday, only a few pounds of mouldy hardtack standing between the men and death. The schooner sailed from Ilypong. China, September 20, and was Still of! the China coast when a typhoon al most wrecked the Teasel and carried . away most of the food supplies, pot almost 100 hungry days captain and ; crew were on shot rations and had adverse winds been encountered'ofl this coast all admit they must have perished. Captain Olsen waa too neat ! death from heart disease, auperln dtlced by lack of food, physicians aay to permit him to be removed to a hospital. hos-pital. Minister May Lose FeeL Chicago Rev. V. F. Bostlck, a post graduate divinity student at the University of Chicago, probably will suffer Ihe amputation of both feet as the result of his courageous effort t walk twelve mile through a drlrlni nowstorro. Sunday night In order ft reach the 'Ch:lsimas celebration ol jhe-vllUle . Baptist church at York vllle. A pathetic feature of the mln Isfer's tuUfortune Ilea in the fad thai he might have been saved great Buffering had he not been turned away from a farmer's house. Tramp Cuts Benefactor's Throat East Douglas. Mans Entering het kitchen unexpectedly, Mrs. . Charlei PotTerTouSd aryTrtrng tramp who had isked to be allowed to warm hlmelf. In the act of cutting the throat of her 77 year old buaband. whom he had pinioned on the floor. At her shriek the aallant fled, but not be lore he had cut Ihe aged man's w!nd;H; o severely that It I thought he will die. The victim wa popularly credited wl'h" keeping; a large stim of money la the houe. Turkish Cabinet Resign. Cootantkioile The wbole Turk- Uh cabinet re'go-d Tuevlay t'ttl. fi4tnlng the resignation jt Hsljnl Paaha. grand vliler, who withdrew from ibe tninMry early in the day. It I retorted that aertou confiict hat M L firmed offirUllr Tt.e Isnrne,!:.. , p.h.-. , ga.tUva I aot fcB,B by, r,tj, ,,1 kav n,ad- fa ih ct.an.t-r to over tarn the winiatry j ! B'ewM t Atom. Mineral pi.fnt. H I t't-nr men we iinta to a'om by an t;4-a: of dra-'te at tke o:a -a a.' e Ta-ty aferw, Tfe M -ato pwoer rea au ii ; : 1 ; tVjJ:.t f;c4 torn 4fm" tn t if .mtkm ..4...-1; U li.at P"'141 ' fJ la 'be r-r Fed ii i SUU Lake 4T 0,t ic '. B-erir&art ct -fati. Cr, i.arfTiw't e-ajd iutM'ti'n t t"f rf? f Te4y tb-j t4 tJCZt f fs4'tji, a.:4 o Lav Wa tirr t''Et li:a ta tt" Iro -". frd j?Sr ff k'a t, i t't t'k '-. 4 e?vt :m w t. ei4 t - a Wi,ir 4w-ir t t- f MMiMl 4 X e In f,e t' i :i r-; t .y g-5 j- ts.a? ! a-k ti r-v", rl - The convention of the forestry officials offi-cials of the fourth district will be held In Ogden; January 10 to In a Saloon brawl at Bingham, Denny Den-ny Murrayuraa stabbed Jnthe BldeJy Jim McDonald. Whilo the wound is serious. It Is not thought it will be fatal. 1 .. . ' Special Memorial services in commemoration com-memoration of the birth of ' Joseph' Smith were held in every ward chapel of ihe Mormon church. In J5alt Lake,on..Sunday-, Herman Ackermaji, better known as. Cal Callahan, the newspaper artist and cartoonist, died in Salt Laxe City -onXliristmas day, at the age ol 27. from tuberculosis. . Arthur Martin, a p.-oepecior, found starving -to' death in bja c&bin in the Clifton mining district, TOoele county, is now In a" hospital in Salt Lake City on the road to recovery. . .' After ecjoylng a hearty hrist mas dinner and being apparently In the best or health, Mrs! IL C. Tobin dropped dead atherhome in Salt Lake City- Death waa due to heart failure. ' " Ray Kay, of Mona, was accidentally accidental-ly shot, in the leg when a brother, who had been duck shooting, waa unloading' un-loading' his snotgun, the charge of shot striking the boy in the calf-oi the leg. -- r ' ' .James McTernay, a. saloon man of Salt Lake City, has been made de fendant in a $50,000 breach of promise prom-ise suit, the young woman in the case declaring McTernay had failed to keep his promise to marry her. Adolph A. Linda, a well-known shoe maker, of Sandy, dropped dead on December De-cember 24. He had Just finished feeding feed-ing Jala cow, for the night Just as he got outside and .fastened the door, he waajitrlcken with heart trouble. death being Instantaneous: Fred Herbert a Finn, was shot and problbly fatally Injured at Bingham Sunday morning by .an- Austrian, ar-the ar-the result of a tf&nken bfawl.;" Mat Dicovlch and Sam Savovlch, both Aus-. trians, have been arrested on suspicion. suspi-cion. According to a dispatch from New York, Governor Spry, In an Interview declared -he -had - not- prQml8edTeJL Rlckards that the Jeffries-Johnson fight could be held In Utah, and de clared that the laws of the slate must. be enforced. Policeman Emll. Glaser. who waa wounded In a pistol duel, on December Decem-ber 7, with Mike Vaccarilli. died on Christmas day. Vacarilll died on December De-cember 16. The shooting occurred In a saloon, Glaser being off hi regular beat at the time. Because he threatened In a. letter that he would kill a fellow country--man, John Astock, an Austrian, employed em-ployed at the smelters In Garfield, has been placed In Jail, in tha hopo Lof averting another war between th lorelgners at that place. Jaokand Alexander Johnson - and" their comrade. Julian Butler, who ten days previous were Injured in ft coasting coast-ing accident in Salt Uke City, were able lo spend their Cnrlstmas at home, i, was at nrst thought neither of 'the rio would Vecover. Mr. Alma Jaoobsen. a resident of Centervllle, waa erloualy Injured when he was hooked by an angry' milk cow. Mr. JaiHben sustained cTere Injuries about the body and a forced lo flee from the pasture to rracape the attack of Ihe animal. Resident of Pay son are making great prepvailons for Home-comer' day. which fall up.m Ieceniber .10. lav it a i Un) t. all former r14nta of-I'aywm of-I'aywm have been Issued, and It la eipected that more vhn 3'1 fm-mer resident will be there to attend the celebration. Mr. Stephn Moor left i.er baby iu a room adrnUt Its toy on Christmas Christ-mas d.iy while she went Into Ihe yard lo get some wood. When she returned re-turned Ihe mm waa ablaze aad she ' succeeded. .Jo. i avlng th child. In a snffiicating o.n.l.t ii.n. fairing iainUng Into the snow aa she r neaped. Mr. and Mrs. I. V. Curry and Fred Rtcker. the member of the "Dolly rumple ou'flt which managed a circulation cir-culation contest for Ihe Odea Stand ard lat mor.th. mut answer to ihe distrWt court under a charge of coo-" splracy to defraud In Ihe manner of ibe collect fan of ibe reward for Dolly' Dol-ly' capture. The range la ihe twriie of Dr. Miter, of Neihl. wa blown to piece by a teffia.' p'oon, ramed by tb water Jacket freefiag. fclch barled iragtneott of the 'yte clear through ih reitrrg. and dnnve portion of ! la the fire hoi rlgkt Into tb b.1 k wall. Jealou over Ibe alintion paid to hi wife, hub Varirh. aa Aunrian, bo! Nick Ri'.lKiika. another Aq-itaa. Aq-itaa. at ltr P.ingbam Canyon. !Ooef N rttal la Use back aa b 'f t. bat fa lej to la" rt fatal In-J-jrte. MrKb to.k lo ibe b jl a raj rr4 A aa Isllrai a J th -eary. t wtkb kare te et-a'.'itievf 9eH tkm jr la i?:t Lak. ike wa- fer ler rv1c m-Ef-'M !a l!v cStr water ob. 4eiar.a.ei i. rrm 4 f o hHI - In - ! i ter tie year ivter-. At li es; ---. &g of tie .-.- fe ir of Id Ka'i !m JU'; fjki ':.. Iji R a;. ke4 . J l-s c.f x st;"o - aV"atw t a for tfc p-t' t t 'r ( Is f.-a jut ts ii ct iJij i IP i ff fr'f r : r 4k C. K'jt, c f Ik e"it . a.iti i 1 wi:i a-4 aka f r-m J c.J t t tl 'r. as is av-av ta Mfr-w. 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