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I Ten Thousaod Japs Die
I at Fori Arttor.
H; -Perish in Their Assault
H I Upon City in Three
Hi Days' Fight.
jif .Jffountain SIdo Strewn With Dead
H , When the Russian Slines
Hp' v Were Fired.
mU ji ST. PETERSBURG, Oct. 5. Emperor
Htjj. .Nicholaa has at last received Gen.
H 'i I Stoeseel's official report of the desperate
Hktij four-days' assault of the besiegers up-
HLl N on Port Arthur from September 10 to
'September 23, from which it appears
HLf'i that the unofficial report from Chefoo
tt l "was by no means exaggerated.
Hp! Frenzied Bravery Displayed.
HvE The Japanese displayed frenzied
HMi itiraverv, but they lost 10,000 men, and
Hljjj their only success was the capture of
K' t "two redoubts guarding the water works.
Kv They prepared for the assault by a gen-
Hnl leral bombardment, and then launched
Kf I their attacks simultaneously from the
P i 'north and wo6t
Hf! Bombardment Was Continued.
H!j; Night and day they fought under a
i'r ! cover of a continual bombardment from
B-. '. their siege guns, and finally reached tho
HKV : redoubts on the north side, but only
Hlfv after the defenses there were completely
Hip demolished by shell fire from the west.
Hf j) Sought to Capture Mountain.
HU ) The Japanese efforts were directed
K.fi ' chiefly against the commanding position
Hl on High mountain, which facer Pigeon
HL'Hj bay, slightly south of Fort Etse. The
FiP mountain Is 500 feet high, and if It had
' ' .lallen Its possession would have given
Hi 'the Japanese a tremendous lever again
'the chain of Inner defenses.
Kvj.: Carnage Was Terrible.
' ' L The carnage there was terrible, and
IV1 culminated September 22. when the
Japanese succeeded in reaching and
Kv! occupying the Russian armored shelter
i; S trenches, whence they expected un-
doubtedly to storm the fort.
Hlj Mines ATe Fired.
During the night Lieut. Poggorsky of
the navy, at the head of a detachment
Rp ,i of volunteers, descended upon the
HpPr trenches and blew them up with
Hi pyroxylin bombs, producing a panic
Hpy ;! among the besiegers, who fled, leaving
Hl!i the mountain side strewn with dead.
HjY Took Two Days' Best.
P' The Japanese then abandoned further
attempts, but after a day or two to
it recuperate, according to Gen Stoessel's
j; second dispatch, dated September 30.
they resumed the bombardment of the
HJnK city and outer works, and began to con-
ELijt struct zig-zag approaches, evidently
HLji getting nearer from which to launch
V! tne,r next assault.
W Loss of Waterworks Not Vital.
H'-'ill The loss of the water works Is not
Hj'ift considered vital, as there Is a fresh
fill water lake and numerous wells, as well
H 4 as a condensing apparatus within the
Hl)li' Garrison Is Exultant.
H!IJ''' The complete character of the repulre
Hi, of the Japanese has evidently greatly
Hi,rjt Inspired the gaiTlson of Port Arthur.
H '!' Gen. Stoessel says the gallantry of the
W: ';!: Russian troops was beyond praise, and
Hl J adds that the garrison v ill hold out to
B' the last drop of blcod.
Htij; Caused Great Kejoicing.
HjrV.' G'-n. Stroesscl's report created great re-
H.' ,i! Jolclng and revived the hope In his nblllty
j U . to defend the fortress. After the failure
Hl', of tho storming operations, the War of-
H ';.') lice hero would not be surprised If the
'rh Japaneso changed their plan to a regular
Quiet at Mukden.
According to information quiet contin-
1 11 ucs at Mukden. Gen. Kuropatkln has ex-
',, pressed a firm determination to avail hlm-
HH,V J self of this favorable season of the yoar
Hri for rnllltary action. Everything points to
Hi''t'r, a coming revengo for Llao Yang. Tho
r, ' men hope that the period of retreats Ik
'Vf! past and that they will be led against tho
)';','" Keason for Delaying Attack.
Rj'ri Tho Japanese undoubtedly Intended on
HIi'vm September 27 to attack these columns
HilV from tho collieries at Tontnl, along tho
1 1 13 Imperial load, but desisted when they dls-
1 .1J covered that the Hunslans fronting them
l,t;.x numbered CJ.GOQ men.
' llj Strength of Japanese.
iilj A correspondent kIvos a summary of
HL "! 4he ostensible strength of the opposing
'l'' Japaneso armies, which, according to cal-
HK':J cuiations, total 144,000 Infantry, Co,C0 cav-
1; airy and 6-10 guns.
1 STRONG SCREENING MOVE.
! f' Tactics of Brown Men at Liao Yang
May Be Repeated.
P.; ST. PETERSBURG, Oct. 5, The
h .' I military critics at St. Peters-
i, 1 burg share in the general uncertainty
!, j as to how to Blze up the situation at
the front If Field Marshal Oyama
Hi-; makes his anticipated advance. They
;,k aeerh to agree that a strong screening
ifW movement Is In progress immediately
' C east of Llao Tang, that probably a'
1(5 ; front will be made from the west, and
that the tactics of the Japanese at Llao
Vytj Ynng will be repeated and that Gen.
;'; ; Kurokl will try a wide flanking movc-
Kg mcnt from the ea3t.
ii' ! Opinion of Critics, .
I'"'., '! Some of the critics point out that
j the conditions at Port Arthur may
force a change of Oynma's plan of
Hi Hood About to Buret From Severe
!" BiUous Attack.
"I had a severe blliou. attack and
H. ,-, felt like my head was about to burst
H;-'';' when I got hold of a free sample of
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H end have been feeling happy over
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' io Liverpool Streets
CrowdB Hoot and Hiss at the Ven
erable Archbishop of
LONDON, Oct. 5. Extraordinary
scenes wore witnessed nt Liverpool In
connection with the annual Church of
England congress now proceeding
there. The Lord Mayor held a recep
tion at the town hall, which was at
tended by nil the lending bishops and
clergy of the United Kingdom. Then
the procession formed up and marched
to the cathedral.
Crowds Gather In Streets.
Large crowds gathered In the streets,
to whom several leading churchmen,
Including followers, of the late John
Kensit's son and the Wycllffe preach
ers, an organization founded by tho late
Mr. Kensit, had previously distributed
Archbishop Is Hooted.
As the procession, headed by tho civic
regalia and tho corporation, followed
by tho bishops and clergy, In their
robes on foot, ncarcd the cathedral, the
demonstrators commenced to shout
"Down with popery," "Oh, for another
Called Them Fanatics.
When the venerable Archbishop of
Yorke appeared, his sliver cross of of
fice held up before him, the crowd
booed and shrieked "Traitors," "It la
popery In the streets." "Send them all
to Rome." Amidst a storm of hissing
and shouting the archbishop passed In
to the cathedral unmoved by the up
roar. A strong force of police was stationed
about the building, the authorities
fearing more serious trouble.
WYNNE' WILL ACT,
j Designated by President as Postmaster-General
for the Present.
WASHINGTON. Oct. 5. President
Roosevelt today formally designated
First Assistant Postmaster-General Rob
ert J. Wynne as acting Postmastcr-Gon-"
eral. While Mr. Wynne will act, under
the designation as Postmaster-General,
ho will not have a seat In tho Cabinet, as
would a regularly appointed head of an
executive d?partmonL Mr. Wynne had
an intcrvlow with the President today at
which the latter formally designated him
as tho acting head of tho department.
It Is well understood that Goorgo B.
Cortelyou. now chairman of tho' Repub
lican committee, will bn appointed Postmaster-General.
ENVELOPED IN DUST.
Peculiar Phenomenon Occurs in Isl
and of St. Vincent.
KINGSTON, Island of St. Vincent, OcU
5. A peculiar phenomenon, a dust cloud,
overshadowed the Island October 2 for a
wholo day. It was accompanied by In
tense heat, giving tho impression that
the Soufrlero volcano on tho Island was
erupting. No detonations were heard. An
Investigation has since been made by a
party which ascended tho mountain yes
terday. They report that there are no In- .
dlcations of an eruption. Fine dust also
fell. This Is supposed to bo from
Mont Pelee. Island of Martinique, which
destroyed tho town of SL Pierre, with tho
loss of 30,000 to -10,000 lives, In May, 1S02.
Lady Curzon Is Better.
WALMER CASTLE. Oct. 5. A bulletin
issued this morning announces that Lady
Curzon passed a quiet night and her con
dition Is somewhat better than yesterday.
Salt Lake County Convention.
A mass convention of all those citi
zens of Salt Lake county who are quali
fied electors and who advocate the
principles of the American party of
Utah, viz.. the elimination of church
interference in the affairs of Ptate and
the freedom of the public schools from
sectarian control, Is hereby called to
meet In the Salt Lake Theater on Mon
day, October 10, 1904. at the hour of 2
o'clock p. m-. for the- purpose of nomi
nating candidates for the following
county offices: County Commissioner,
long term; County Commissioner, short
term; Sheriff. Attorney, Clerk, Treas
urer, Recorder, Auditor, Assessor, Sur
veyor, three members of the State Sen
ate, ten members of the House of Rep
resentatives. The members of the convention from
Salt Lake City will also name two can
didates for City Judges, one candi
date for City Justice of the Peace, one
candidate for City Constable.
All qualified electors In sympathy
with the American party movement are
invited to be present and participate In
the proceedings of the convention.
By order of the Salt Lake county com
mittee of the American party of Utah.
GEORGE L. NYE, Chairman.
A. C. REESE, Secretary.
Salt Lake City, Utah, October 4, 1904.
S50.00 for Wood.
We collected this amount for A. O.
Wood, the grocer, last week. The debt
was four years old. Man skipped to
Idaho. Merchants' Protective Ass'n.,
Francis G. Luke, Gen'l. Mgr., Scientific
Collectors of Bad Debts, top floor
Comm'l Blk. Some people don't like us.
I campaign. The continued failure of the
attacks on the fortress and the enor
mous losses sustained by the besieg
ers, they think, may compel Oyama to
dispatch some veteran troops from the
Manchurlan army to Gen. Nodzu's sup
port, zs the reinforcements arriving at
Port Arthur are mostly reserve men.
Unstinted praise is bestowed on Lieut.
Gen. Stoessel for the heroic defense
made by the garrison, which naturally
Is Increasing the hope that the fortress
may hold out. In the meantime Gen.
Kuropatkln Is receiving reinforce
ments, especially artillery.
Tie Pass tho Place.
Nevertheless, all the experts express
great doubt whether Kuropatkln con
templates more than a passive resist
ance at Mukden, where they say the
topographical cbndltlons are unfavor
able for defense. It Is considered sig
nificant thut the critics generally agree
that Tie paes Is a hotter position both
for defense and offense, being protect
ed by the Llao river on the west and
offering strong positions on the Kama
range on the east. The general con
clusion la that the Japanese forces will
show their hands In a very short time.
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WE NEVER MISSTATE
FACTS OR MISREPRESENT
By Arriving at St. Louis in the Morn
ing You Gain One Full Day at tho
' WORLD'S FAIR.
Leavo Salt Lake at 7 a. m. via the O.
S. L., U. P. and Wabash and arrive at
St. Louis 7:15 a. m. the second morn
ing, 47 hours and 15 minutes actual run
Our competitors, leaving here the
same morning, arrive at St. Louis In
the evening. 10 hours and 1G minutes
longer on the road.
Returning, the WabaBh leaves St.
Louis 7:30 p. m. (permitting all day at
the Fair), reaches Omaha the next
morning, connecting with the Union
Pacific "Overland Limited," arriving at
Salt Lake next afternoon at 1:20 p. m.,
45 hours and 50 minutes actual running
time, with a through sleeper In both
directions, without change, between
Salt Lake and the World's Fair
Grounds or Union Depot, St. Louis.
Our competitors, leaving St. Louis
same evening, arrive here In the morn
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Examine the official julde and verify
For rates and sleeping car reserva
tions call at 201 Main street, Salt Lake
Bad Tenants Evicted
and rent collected. Merchants' Pro
tective Association. Francis G. Luke,
General Manager, Top Floor Commer
WOMEN MADE HAPPY.
President Boosevelt Directs Rescind
ing of Order of War Department.
WASHINGTON. Oct. 5. For about,
half a century it has been the practice of
the War department to have soldiers'
clothing made at the Schuylkill arsonal,
Philadelphia, by the widows and orphans,
children of soldlors. - -Recently the de
partment decided to have tho work done
by contract, purely as a business propo
sition. Tho action of tho department,
which meant practically tho throwing out
of employment of hundreds of women
who havo open dependent for "a living up
on the work at the arsenal, aroused much
comment In Philadelphia, and especially
among members of various patriotic or
canlzatlons. Today a delegation called on the Presi
dent, who, after hearing tho facts, direct
ed that tho idea of having tho work done
by contract bo abandoned and that It bo
given to tho women, as has been tho prac
tice In- tho past. Ho then made a request
of the War department that It should re
port to him what steps it had taken in
the matter and tho reasons therefor.
At tho conclusion of the hearing, J. R.
Craig, a member of tho delegation repre
senting the G. A. R , pinned to tho lapel
of the President's coat a handsome G. A.
R. badge, which ho had been dolegatcd
bv Mcode post of Philadelphia to present
blm as an Insignia, ns an honorary mem
ber of that post. The President expressed
his pleasure at receiving the badge and at
the compliment paid him by Meade post.
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