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PLEASANT GROVE NEWS RIGHTS OF RAILROAD BALLOON FELL INTO "TEE". SEA FILTHY LUCRE THE fUTAH BUDGET (Copyright. 1909.)' . . t . - ' "- --ji. . . - it. mm "NEED NOT BUILQ SWITCHES TO 'CRAfN ELEVATORS UNLESS THEY SO DESIRE. To Exact Penalty for Car Shortags' Illegal. While Hots: ' and Other " D "jmmers Csnnot Cfierate on t tir.s WitfiOur Fe rTrfissTo nT. .Wr --'t ngton. E ru p h a s 1 z tag- the rif.fcts f i Mlr-iads, the gtiprcina crairt 1 of lie I. 'i t.-.l States o:i M.rru'.av. -de- ! Clare d :i: c ,!ii titutioral the law of N?- ; braska. rov-tlri 13 rar.n-Us to build twit cas to t.li .grata elevators alog . thci.- trac-ks upon request, and ca led ' a hnlt on the attempt of the state of Arkansas to penalize an interstate railnari for failure to supply cars; tnouh to ..accommodate Interstate traffic. . T In annt anoint the opinion in the' Nebraska ca.e, .liisi'ce H. rimes as-sert-ed that although the slate possessed certain pcllce powers and railroads must fulrill the p.irpises for which their charters were granted, yet. "rai-roads. "rai-roads. 'ike other owners of properly, have rights protected by the coiibti- tution," . ! Aa the written opinion, the rights of i the rai rcais were phrasf : soi'aewuat dlfferertly from nl.at they were in j the oral v lajiaiV u of the otinrt. j Among ether tit-cis ns !!. v art up .held the Set of At", a i as j tinihiting j drumtn'ns up husintvs by ph., .e;ans j and hatel keepers on i rains, An odd thing about the sitting was announce naent as to the decision, of the -court cf an opinion written by the lata Jus-1 tice Brewer. The question as to J whether the penalty for violation of j .the twenty-eight hf.ur law for shipment ship-ment of live stock Khali be assessed on the separate shipment, as urged b,v the gwerrment. or on the tralnload as a unit, a i contender" for by the ' Baltimore & Ohio Southwestern rai - road. Is to be considered again Ly the tuprenre court. GETTING CLOSER TOGETHER. irrigated States Form Association Which Promises Much for the West. Fat Ijk .p City -i-Flass for an edu catio;n: ctm pa!pn to extend from Coast to ci Girt were outMncd by dele-fates dele-fates to tlie B rst anntml convention of the I'l.lted Expo'.;ric.n Association of Irrigated utates. which met at the Comu crrlal club Monday. After perfecting per-fecting In organization and naming off'cert fjr the year, the asociation passed a resolution advccatlng co-op. ersrSnn with the National Farm I .and eonr.rfss ia the expoitiiln feature prorui' d by the national organisation. C. J. Stlf set of Bilse. Ida., was elected elect-ed president of the organization ; Rellly Atkinson, a'so of Boise, was elected secretary-treasurer, and Professor Pro-fessor I- A. Merrill of Salt Ijtke was elected I'tah rice-president. The next I session of the asix'latlon will be held in Chicago durirj; the latter part of the prefent. year. List Survivor of Cran'.'t Cabinet, j l'ortlaad. Ore Jud;e lleorse H. j Wlli'Stn. attorney general of the Vnt d Stat 't under Prt liletit Graat ' and the las' s. vlng nn mlier of the 1 Gr?nt rki) in I, d.d at his home in' th's c.ty H't id iy niaht In th- first mo.'tri i.f hi !th year f Irfe Mis j death fit r y ua-xp eli d and ( came d-rrlns tb- n'ght. h's relatives fcavitc no inrlTii.it on of bis pn-itic unr.l tht y eui t j aak n h iu a .... - - - - - , Wlrltai: pave ii; active work wicil i rar axe bmau e of p-or b a th. but j ti ct ad troa lud ret oc-ra .it nej j . ... I v i rtii:ni nifirni' v ill itfH t JlUi. Sij't by O tearteJ Lovtr. fan f"tiw"ca Mi-.s I reda Nor tn rt . a aiur, !-( lu aik and k.ileti lau ,a ..tit a.i r ..., C'.i.n b) Nj hjn Poll "a. a J. o-arded steit.ta;(. a. l ' s'.j.id on a cro J J .rr t rornt r wiih Ssmoel V,uii-:f lullifk ca:n L-tf l.o.n ft r-sto .!! ttr- g!M KHM 111 11. til I aud tcent til U II aaj Wf-l lo a bp,fal . tl--:: tr left the j toprat n! dft ag he fi ual that b hid tB d!-arrrd fr Gold berg Vtbn be to t lh c tipie Hon-Cay Hon-Cay aftcmota be Rr.J at the maa take wiifcvat rj-ct. tb-n tit.it the trl CafeCrackt't Captured. fin Fraar-Mv A-t-arti by rt-c irl;a of d.rtrtt Ma " P the 4"i'k la fro3t rT ih. A'a -a Ua batld'.ng ear?; M edij'. n-fi-d Tfenrr Rjan an I Fraak Psffc cra'km- anj n,.!r i thent tr a r-iii ia'' ah'cb ' " J wtin! hk Tj ?,! aJ et 'a a td ; 1.4' 4 t -t " la a n ftCi- S tS f j;i.t '". e.-re ui'.-"!-' Tb -m rr a tttxp' .at ?o a iV lo jtl")J; Agai-tt 8cetti;t m .rt - - V i s rre' e t-" 'ti. .SSW.t . r - t -a t -.,! i -Tl t b'Wkrt &'? t t!r I ,-----: c" 04."a fca ttai i 4:-r"SSwftt tf k'4T - .! fe arrt'-s tt. at tee4f v -ii;' -' t ttts;. r"J . fv r ,' rTi-3 !' l," a. ; - t- i 4 o a; Wl a-p I IM K Nt A "tN -r- i-Vfc,.4j'3F &v . - v-- V-fri fH'H'NrK'-'?! . s 2 - - I r.e Kentucky Legist RGtal BARRED ET POPE I refused Audience Cec;:se Hs C: clinsd to Premise Not to Visit Method sts. Rme. The deter.t'intnion of Mr. Roosevelt to forego an audience with Pope Iius X rather than subscribe to the conditions imposed by the Vatican, has crested a senaatUui. This une pected incident overshadows ' every other "feature of the distinguished American's visit to the eternal city. Mr. Roosevelt sought an audience with the pontiff through ' American Embassador Irishman and received a reply that the holy father would be deliehted to receive h:m, but the answer an-swer was coupled with an expression of the hope that the audience would not be prevented by such a r'egrcl-t.ible r'egrcl-t.ible incident as made an audience . :- former Vice-President Fairbanks I.: possible. Mr. Roosevelt iu return that he could not accept any stlp-ii stlp-ii at on limiting his freedom of con dii'-i. To the latter message the Vatican Vati-can made answer that the audience con i! leit take p ace excepting on the undeisiaa ilt.K first made known. Mr. Koosce.t. then announced his. deter nilnatlon to forego the aadvnce. MUST FOOT THE BILL. Panama Canal Will Havt to Pay for Itt Own Fortiflcat.ont. 1 Washington. Th , Panama canal will have to pay the expense of ltt So fortifications. This appears to e the opinion of the vanguard of the army expert board which baa just arrived ar-rived in Washington from Panama, after a careful examination of the line of the canal with reference to the selection of sites for the font and the determination of the extent of the armament needed. The art of 1902. though much a ii i di d by subsequent legts'atlon, wo-ild em to carry that Inference and consequently he cost of forttfica. I Ion pn.buli y wi I ie met by the lasiie cf Pannnia cans bonds. It is lni;ossib at present to state the ro t of th!. work. In the first '1j:-- tt' con uiU-ton has tentatively selfrtrd the riles or the defenses of t'ie cana! and ai p nts along the f'it- in the Int. rlor ht :.- It Is exposed t.. i .1 :rw"ie allerk irh s the Gar 1 1 . ,1j .1 and the grut .Mi arlon-s ... . . j . n, me priat :.H no.ru utisii n. , ,ntg ) . nc to pnva. par.l! -md i's vsln- n it be immi-iI f jte It.csn be a.'.'d Jeff E;twts to W n in Ttn Rounds-1 I OaMtnri Kxpreln entire conn-, dfice It. hU ability to get Into physi eat bar to- a long d.t'tnee flghj with J-k Jrhtt-on ' F'rh of July. Jsmrs J JeTr trrited from l et Anttle on ' lay en toute to h! tra n ng q iarte"i n thi Saata Cmi c t.itnia n. wht he I row lo ctied. im mpaalel t. n mtrns'r ?soi !" rxrt, and the a :a retlfu- if rubber and trainers Better stid it. Jrl.tU - ' hoarlag that th ted u ia firm JnhD.-r tn "n nuod -t le. atd the 0ghtr ri:'led a poa! Of the itt'fmiftl ttn-a' h be d "'. Ir.r j Atotttte Balloon Accident. j H-taii. Prutoitv P-f K-r'ttr. lAgg a d'itirgtflihed rbetnlft aao , w,U4. a 1UW htl- ttBjp,!,c , u4-M M'.nw, , ball h .ttr.y He. ! a tonia at UtJC ret t ve ltd Kr! CerSet. n rtst'JfT tsi n.j!- X it -t'lili. it jfrrcjt ! a t1'''! .' - arf-d ';. but bf r. C ?-..'. .--i"f f t l t. t.- a i i" mrr.J r 'i-f"' a fi fctl'tl- v l t it4 4 t'. ti.f t t1 ti - e-ix , tt - vfj kaJ crjht i-i . r- Too tf e"t Wis Ltfj f-rn Y-'h t mu ;) t la tS -w r ; r'.- ( ft eijrtn a-' - fJs-' fJs-' I '.' t of ! ef ta "t.tM" ef Ilia 3 ; Karl ' rx M -i "ferr.as 1 c" .r t ' Vta t r " r a a 1 i.- fTf'vr PiV W-..J .p. - ,4 t m Vrn-a. U'""". lal .st lis I: t 4 !a a, ?; -st i rf W, l.'t"5'! t Mw Atsa Jrx Frilat fa i a tJ oa Ji-t"! t rrture Hat Passed a Bill Providing a Fine of 5 for the Acceuiar.ee of a Tip. IBS PI AR IS ON FOR INCREASE IN WAGES AND SHUT DOWN MAY LAST FOR MONTHS, Trree Hundred Thousand Coal Diggers Dig-gers Refuse to Work Until Settlement Settle-ment e New Wage Sea'e, Which May So.n Be Effected. Ind'anpolis Tliree hundred thousand thou-sand o-pan zed nliners of the bltuml' -nmin coal lipids of Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana. Illinois. Iowa. Missouri, Kansas, Kan-sas, Oklah m a and Arkanas have qu i work, the ast shift going on duty Thursday nifcht. pendips settlement of a new wage scale. Officers of the United Mine Workers Work-ers of North America declared the walkout not a strike, but merely a suspension sus-pension of work because no wage scale has been made to replace the old scale, which expired jvith March. The miners demai. d an increase -of pay. In some Instances of S cents a ton and In other instances more, -with certain change in working conditions. Confidence was expressed by - the operators that there would be no general gen-eral coal famine, targe supplies of fuel having been stored la anticipation anticipa-tion of the walkout. While the miners predict the "' pension will Tti short by a prompt signing of wage scales, tome of the operators maintain the mines may be kept closed for a month or longer. The first settlement came In an announcement an-nouncement from I trail I. Ind.. the center cen-ter of the Indiana blink coal field, here the demand for a S-cent Increase In-crease as granted. . AID FOR LIBERIA.- American Cruiser Sent to Monrovia to Sut Uo Situation. Washington. The situation In IJ-berla IJ-berla Is giving rise to appreheua'on here. The attai k l the native ttibet fr-'m the Fren h si le of tbe southern' ' iimdary a'ong thf fatally river upon the Kniritsh faeti r. and the Ibertan 1 ,, , u d iu Use 1 U- dange-out to.l ,,,. rxKimre of th lltt.e republic.'; jt;i; , ,,M,i!, n there Is a state of Rrtlral demoratliatbin at Monrovia." ril r,,,t.,i ,k- n..i,m f ifa- i i-iiuiitrt are In a desperate pllsht. ail , bf'nt factors whith nt ght eas.iy te ' ' j a prelude for Imervt-r.tU n by otne : ": P'ro--an (t,wer f... w I it ..... a n a .... , lnniirient it. niirtari! n. aid me state; de:j-t:-r.i It ritvd this shall not ; be ad Hrithb a id French war-1 hip ar to th'-ir way to the -at j of trouldf. o with Mtn si'isfxrtloa. j tbe-eaj d'iiu 01 Aia Thur-:r ta 1 ncunred ih il'tig frem St Vincent, , Cat Verde, rt tb lt aroot era T 1 I! rn.inchsm fo- Mrr a. ktr she, h-a J arttte by Sarurlat rt'ning H i Part Record Sivtd M.m. J : li I, - U r .a h d "hSrTe from jtti S t.at tt a wne of ih t. mm a . o 1 a. I j ed Jfterwa '! urr ia ta . fjrljflte - l.t. Kit J.ma .v 1 ,:. a;- 1 t a t r I- a-t$ . r-. ii 0 J d net It . e-.1 e-.1 .t'd o ' t- t !et c -; i I tat Jj tLr c V.'oit all t a a g I! du t .1 ia C ra K. S-ti-nii P tjxluiii d fit tf j: Ltd 3 Ltii. Utat. A-rl ' a - t -i -1 t a Jait a ; r I , 4 Y-a nn . a --I a 5r- J II : a t r . Fr- 4 t .'nl: i.. , '" .!,. I-.., I-.., . a . . ''Cii a n t." i t ai 4 ; - k i.t ' 4 .1 HI .'5 - - - a . i v. .. 1.-8- i ' 1 f -'In -' -r-; tt f I Si' it I aa, k' 4 " i 4 a -?r Three Men Killed and One Injured - When Ballocn Wat Caught in Storm-and Dropped IntoWater. . ,?tettin,-Germany. The German balloon bal-loon Pommern. w-hich made an ascension ascen-sion here Sunday afternoon.' njef w.th a series of accident swhich ended in a tiisastetiin the Ualtie sea under . m.rst tragic etrcumsta' ces. Thfee men lost their Uvea, jncl uJitig- the radical nitmbvr of., ths reichstag, W"r:ier 1'vSo del Brueck. , . lierf Del Brueck and &tu-!;tr my -ber of the party were drowned, a th id occupant cf the ca: was pick'e.l tin t:iicon-.c'otu and died from his .n-Juries, .n-Juries, v hi.'e the fourth vas 're.-;-ud ia a serious condkon. " . The Pomniern. -carrying 15 -v' B nieck wlfj was acting as pilot, a lia tkci llerr Somme hard', an architect, ile.i B ndnhn, and a man named lltt i a.ct nded early in ...the: a.ftwnnon ai" h? sas works. The wind at the linn-was linn-was blowing a hurricane, and tin fr mnirrn broke away before she had bt en completely ballasted. The chapter .of arc denti befran ini nu diately. " The balloon collided wrtl. l-.-.er-.aph wires, which broke, a'most overturning the-basket. It then da.-h d against the roof of a neighboring tsct'Ty. destroying the smokestack. With the basket swaying wildly and j half of its ropes cut. me oallcou i mared to a great altitude, and disap peared in the clouds at a, tenitit f eed. Thousands of onlookers.. In clrd'ng a detachment of soldiers wh.ru had assisted in the ascent, ran j alalia the roads, expecting the basket to brt-ak away. The balloon, however, was not seen' again until it reacheo" Pulaiiiuiide, thirty-six nil!es' north-West north-West of Stettin, over' which ii passed, at a height of G.OOu feet, in the i itction of the sea. Tugs followed In ita track, and one or tlirni. wh.ch had outdistanced the others, was almost directiy tu:der It when suddenly the kaJloon fell Into the sea. The tug steamed quickly, but the work of rescue res-cue was dinicult. Already Brueck and IPndhun had disappeared, but Sotti-(uiliiardt Sotti-(uiliiardt and Heln were c inning to the' ropes, and they were dragged aboard the vessel. RECIPROCITY WITH CANADA. Meetfng of Repretentitives of Two Countriel to Settle Details. Wai-hlngton.' Wltbln two nionth. according to the present plans 01 i!ii-administration, i!ii-administration, there will be a gat It ering In Washington or Ottawa of representatives rep-resentatives of the American and Canadian Ca-nadian governments for the purpose of negotiating a reciprocity treaty be twea the two countries. The felicitous exchange between Secretary Knox and Minister Fielding of Canada,, which concluded the .re cent tariff agreement, contained an Implied promise that an effort wo.ild be made to reaqh an understanding on broad lines, that might settle for a'l time th4 various Issue regarding land and water boundaries, the fisheries, fisher-ies, the preservation of the seals and finally the tar. 3 jtlatiuns Had Charge of Graft Fund. New York- How VVII lam II Bark let. accelerator of Insurance lelala I on. aad of the late "Andy" llamlitou. kttper of the IPe It.atirance "ellow doc" fund of former a worked shoulder to shm d r. el tei;i stive ahi-ls at AHi.my. a lin.ui.ttl oul oj Thursday at the file Irmum-f in c,':ic ccr.d' cttd l-y Wll.am II. Ho;rh km. atate sc. ; r I t't i it-t.t ! lastn-rc. lastn-rc. Irani i i a. trre et'.d lite r U w J. tf-vlted to If 'hiu t.i from cet li b ctmpacl I i I 'tvt lla n Iran's i.auie was put ua th recur I throu;h the triilniooy of llm C Wilcox, i.tf prttideDt of itv Amrikao Surt-ty Surt-ty company. Mrs. fijje Comfietet Long Journey. New York After a trip roteno ararly k.C1 nittta b rai. irsicrs an tae tly-s t aiatts Mr. Hu-wii a-Is a-Is bark at ber botue .In Nr York ff I kg better than h has felt ta a lrg time. It Is said the in aa $:v..ro aad plant to cite aay aa other baJtuilllon aa a ru't of the tr!p. She clebratet br boaieeom Irg by the a enounc tee at that the i-'a ,e teaa ja'k.n U ready to start loan tr ode ta Ike princiat c ties, ohtch ttl !oa m-o'y to the puvr o rra 1 114 terra aad drive ib lon i' :ik out of tu nets M.t Tio Coa tVahiai Tfc bartir trftjf4 ' r -raaVa tu"rae II S ft tu V' a ! !-.tca this a oa"h. bt 'te f"" 'ciai listal.rtotr't oa tf St t'-'sa! Waravaa 4ta; 4.t ti tT.nitee ktr ! Oe li'S. M I .' at Tafr. '!:; tw s "' a-w."' wtt-.; t '.iii a'r tk. )ii:r ar -. . t ' 1 ' T"-1t a-1, -. s . talf of ? - - : a Jy a, '; -I - f -' ? rr- tVe:e.t ej Pe r tctti9 ft t fce t f "I fc " 1 at -4 ' ' " --- " ; r m ce 4 .--..--,.. - k ,- ' ?t e- t - .".'"-: -- - f Fttt 4' -''- p i" t f I; r ? ''-' tt 1 a ' f ;V ;- ;- --t S. -- ".. "' r ' "r-f jx - - - ' ! V - - -. ; r . i t " 1 ,t - ov . K; f ' t . t . - 1 'If. 4 1 ' t I EM BE PS XF P.0SS2---STAar FIRE UNDER HI3i'S FLACE CF MAN CRAZED V1TH JSALCUSY. Took Refuge in Oo!ler After-- Unsuccessful Unsuc-cessful Attemrjt to Kill Rival, and Ends Own Life After He Had Eeen Part ally Cooked. Pir !' St In tl la Trytrrs t.o evade ar-t ar-t a -ii.ai"je aitinipled niur; i r, James V nrari, irrr.-iln-.' i'crr W; ! t a s If thro it h .1 ! :i in -i::i, a:'d tr a - 'railroad 1 c-tn tr.iri) S-ieci't'. Or- ' ir-i itK'x, sitoirt In? hrm ;!. ,li .-ln tlrt'-ii,ir.i!e, . I. 1. ft 'rt-i r ar. j Iirok liorl.-'r . in the- l.annon tefiiire- in a i ni.dry. j 1 For almost an hour li stood off a posse of police, depat-y utteriS- and a portion of the fire depart meut. Some one in the crowd managed to set lire to brush pled about the boiler, and when the flames had burned almost all the hair from hi", heal and set tire to hrs clothing, Wi son turned the un 011 h'mself and tired a bullet through his brain. Wilson had trouble with his wife whrj left h m six months ago. Recent !y -he has been keeping house foi Oliver Scott. Wilson made several attempts, to kill' Scott, who secired a warrant on Tuesday charging Wilson Wil-son with attempt murder. The offi rer-. were unah'e to find Wilson Tues day morning, but in the afternoon, while Wilson was approaching the home of his wife, he met t Cartine. Wilson was tracked to,. hi-. hiding place n the boiler by the blood from bis wounded leg. MILLIONS FOR IRRIGATION. Buhls Will Spend $24,000,000 to Water 700.000 Acres. Salt l4t-t 'City. According to a statement -made by Lieutenant-Governor Sweetser of Idaho, In this city on Tuesday, f21.OGa.000 will be spent on the Brut'o tract, nenr Hurley, in southern Idaho, to develop 700,000 acres of land wiihlu from three to live years, under the auspices of the Buhls of Pittsburg, who have many millions of remlv rash themselvet aad command still more, The I in ITovemetits tuean a f'J.ouO.OOO irrigation irriga-tion dam above American Fails, and a I2.liou.000 syphon un ler the Salmon ifiver. In Twin Falls county. The mailt mai-lt r as financed when Mr. Sweetser was In Chicago' last week, and work will begin at once. Except those of the government Itself, thl-i will be the b'ggest irrigation -project ever undertaken under-taken In the west. This new Irrigation Irriga-tion project Insures wlihin from three to five yenrs a total of 5,t-0.ti0 Irrigated Irri-gated acres In ottthern Idaho under the Carey and other government acta Democratic Ca ns In Chicago. Chicago The complexion of Chi cago's city council was changed from Krtinhliran In I)efiicrrt!r in Tuhi1h' .tlon.-lR- 4 4hty-Bve rrf th 1 Democrats elected 21 candidates. Re j publlrans 12 and Independents !. The j eb-ctlon was cbaracteiiied by a cru-j cru-j tade by the Municipal Voters league, it nonpartisan organization, against ' he selerllon of alleged "gray wolves" ' ir I he new city council The new j council w'.ll t eotiiitietcd of .IS Itemo .-rats. 29 Reptttiltrnn a- d 2 lod-x-n. . ents Alder nan .lo 1 t Cou;niln liaih Mouse Juhat of ;b. Ftr .t waid, tji elected b) a.lar4e majorlt). To Arbitrate Teoutiet of Miners, j y. -n tleld. I I Members of tb ex ; ecu! ti- board of the Illinois division j ' if- l otted atlae Workers or Amr ira tsnd a cctninittee reprexerting the jpeia.ort wilt nieei In Chicago on Monday to rtmter over the wage eon ' t-tity The miners execntive board : In awmmiti hrf Tutsday voted to no Mfy the operators that ibey would be rea ty to entifer at that time ii Is ex , cird ai rtJ n to sratements from the u.-neri, lat the atrlxe tn l.l.coia 111 romlatte fur so rue tlmt. Accuteo of K dnapmj Sot. ! Kaa as City T. W. Helm of Bak-j Bak-j -rfield, Cal . aas arrted hre Tues j lay and held p-MHrog aa InvesUgatlea j it a charge that he kldaap4 h.s.aon. rJ n. 3 year old, from the child's , it f ler The alleged kidoatlng took ' lce lo liakerfi!d- Immediately i s'tr crm the child. Helm I taid to bate rbd the by aay to Ijo Aae In aa an'mi..! t Thre"B ' k a tra n f r Ktnat C.tj UVn ,jrfead4 tt the ptr-r. Hlta at ttirvbauag a !-k. t.t ItaantbaL Mo ; Greece Wt Bg Lean. x i Wk;agi. a Th t".rk , km r ! eat. aj-ri!; ta or m ). r i4 it its 4-:ar; sbbL ka tt'fJ a b t! tr,: a r,4J B,t e 1 --j f...t4 A It.-"5.- .!:- tt a 4 t t hat t ?. r4 to taae a? tb I Is rrt ,..r a a;roki con -S a la X'-t t C-tie Pr -e Ctf- f T-s.-i- Ir . T ai U b -sr ef " ft. if rivt t' ca, la aS4 . r A-s-ira en ie 0'J Kara, at twti t "o Ja -as, kr t rw ;- r-- f c--u-jTt i4 e- I -it ?t-.--t .autk Pr Tt.' Ia U ar"-rr- .-'- J it 4 tare -il-t ' . ' i r-' ' .- t - I J ---9 ef tkf t ! UJit-t H-c K - t! t.t-i 'i J;-a !-- it tsrt at The Wayne 'County GocRoads association, as-sociation, has been - fctVmed at Torrey. T Three hundred 'men and learns will leave Sprinjville thi spring to work oa railroad and etinqtbuildingj. ". Over WO.. men "are at work on-the-.Sprlngville waterworks system. It 13 expected to have it completed in sixty dav s r; r-.- - .Tbife Jittntlro.d...acrea.oI.lfiae ruit land," al.iMit one mile south of Ameri.-can Ameri.-can Fork. 'has been sold to Salt Lak- ers for '.S tun an acre. lojard .Si:a;TuriL. aged'' 4a. whose . hojr.e was in Springviile, ' wis almost instantlyr killed by.' a cave-in a. the - rri.co tuni:ei pi tne . utngnani-xsew - i J vin niine al ..Bingham. JV. .11. Urown. who escaped from the Utah pri.ion October . 8, -W!, ha h'een-sei'Vin:: h'een-sei'Vin:: a prison sentence in - Kansas' ami. will lie brriugtit bacK to serve the ri ma'iiulrr of his sonteilce. . 'I'lie peop'e of Manii have voted iav-cnOili-OH Jjie- proposition -to bond i the city for $25.i!00 for an electric 1 llghtirrg sy.-tetn and $15:0(10 for the i -Improvement of the water system. The Eagles of Salt Lake City have decided to build their own home, and plans are now treing effected for the erection of a substantial building to. be used as a lodge room and club room. - Work is to be started in a. few days on the . I). S. high school at Vernal. Pans for the structure are now being d awn by Salt lAKe architects. archi-tects. The new high 1 school will cost about $25,000. . Three masked men entered a grocery gro-cery store In Ogden Saturday night and at the. point of revolvers relieved the prcrr'etor of a gold watch and time KtrrTttt-rhwntpr andTrf ted Tnrasb" register of $l!. - Pans for the improvement of Pto-' neer park. Salt Lake City, at a cost of $10,000, for the purpose of fitting up a public playground, were approved ap-proved by the board of park commissioners commis-sioners at a meeting held last week. . . At the session of county school-superintendents school-superintendents held in Salt Iake City, resolutions were adopted advocating advo-cating le"gls'ation In Utah to enforce anti-cigarette laws -and - other measures meas-ures for the advancement of the schools. The Moslda I and & Irrigation company, com-pany, which is building a town on the west shore of Utah lake, haa placed nn order for the first of a line of steamboats to make regular trips across the lake with passengers and freight. Park II. Cook, traveling freight agent of the llarriman lines, hat pre-, tented to the Weber club of Ogden a handsome inlaid mahogany picture of "The First Inhabitant" on the line of the Union Pacific, - designated as -a buffalo, The union clerks of Salt Lake . City have won out In their agitation for a shorter work-day on Saturdays, the leading stores of the capital city having decided to close their door at 9 p. m. on the last working day In the week. The Amalgamated Sugar company n l"ed orders ior the construction of platforms at all beet loading points In' Weber county, and will shortly undertake un-dertake the Improvement of hauling facilities from the various loading points to lis factory. Perry llallen haa at last won hit fight against the stale board of optometry, op-tometry, and In an opinion hacdud down by I he supreme court It Is ordered or-dered 1 bat the board Issue a permit ! to Ha len to practice ' optometry in j Utah- Halli-n was refused a license In UT. William J. Meddley, a middle-aged negro, was found dead In a dewertedT hut on Hudson avenue In Ogden nn- der somewhat peculiar circumstances. It was at flrrtt throught he bad met with foul play, but It Is now believed bis death was the result of natural causes. U.iftg his balance white at work on the new county bridge In Ogden canyon. J. F. Glover, a structural Iron worker, fell forty feet to the river below, be-low, his body barJngfouBd aa hour later, horribly mangled. Glover was 23 years o'd and his home was tn Orangefiurg. S. C. George Mason, a farmer of Spring-vll'.e. Spring-vll'.e. died tuddenly of heart failure. He had ba In poor health for some time, but was abl to walk around and as t lo his lld watching his too plow hn h r-implaioed of a pain In hi chest and I'll to the ground and died ettn'wt lnaotly The construction of another great latr state railroad, extending from Marvavt'l. Utah, to &aa Bernardino. Ixw A9tlt tad San IHegti. Cal. 1 ,rpcn,4 ltt jk, teplaie4 by ( 1 It urcbx'.fTHKl the -line wtH para. ir 1 tee bail uake route, ana wtu tap a rtr h arartciltural d s'rlct. w H Farmrrta. ertary of the at board of land coajsB!uort, baa t araed otrr to tke slate treasurer th sura of liS:i:;. beisg th amwsitt rritd darlag rfj'e anooth at Varrh t tr arn4 ir.t 'ttrr.fn'a aad l3'r t flftj on tit same Tk aor of th toi(ft( 14aw of tlrukata Yottot. r, Aste'la FoJj-ii Y tfc -!'i-l cxraer at !t"h Tt!;' atd F?t Weet sree-f. Sa.t lai Ci'. :-i.y arroaa the ' f-fci t oii Caaao bMta. a I 4d fr f ta II W Irltf a Val trtkr . tirr l ?t"l.iv-rT-?-i rect-ly rect-ly ar"Hr ra 'k cianr of '.-tig,a '.-tig,a tr frrta a rs Jat off Aa&r- r: . T sal J : 4 t,iii.a a- Pi- a 'k '! - ?? kat fef-e 5- It ' ", if t'ja K:r &", P -t it t:iag k? r. t U-t a y Ja? J j, j k, p-, kaia ka rea4 a a- srkif a :r f' ;i S ; - t a4 wf'etr wbea feat t " y f t 93 W .4 . as I - - - ta - fa tke jmB y-.