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In Atmosphere Nearly
Brains
1 An Hour Had PerfectCon
trol Throughout
DOUBLES RECORD
La Grange Established
lime Last Week WhichWass
Expected to Hold Good
rtcrkan Stajs Up Twice as LonK anil
Sonic Vuiicy Stoirlns Will
Ir Machine
9 A new worlds
Septv
Washington
JS a opUne1 nights cstab
jishca at Fort Myer Va early today
hen 6niilc Wright circled above the
dparade grounds here 5S time
remained in the air 57 minutes
31 seconds official time His
of all previous record car
ried ouf his promise of yesterday
after his two lemarkablo as
when at the maximumheight
tcnlons 60feet going 10 miles in all
of
i Menuslnff 3f miles an hour Ho
Uminutes in one light and
tight minutes in the other
IDEALA EATIIER
Todaib achievement was accomp
Il hcduniler Ideal wcither conditions
in in tli presence of about JT spec
talors aside from tho aoldlers iho
ascension was made ut Sl o clock
ithbraoinlnff It wns nn easy ride m
the air the machine being under per
fect control
ULCOHD DOUBLKD
mhis wonderful flight at Foit
IJhcr todnv Orville Wright prnctical
Ihdoubled the beat official lecord ever
Imade b a heaiertlianair machine
lit as on Sunday last that Leo De La
IGrance president of the Aviation
Iduh of Fiance established u new
iLoilds recoid tip to that time by 10
laalnlnsr In the air nine minutes and
IjH seconds He circled the nied at
llsy near Paris 15H times covering
Is dlitanee of 15 1 miles On Monday
le La Grange alter Installing
flank of increased capacity on his
Jmuchine made a night of 31 minutes
but tho record was not allowed to
ffcUmfl thieo minutes bclnc deducted
Ion account o the machine having
ftouchcd the ground while making its
rllr t round of tho Held
FRENCHMAN OUTDONE
AT De La Grangessensational flights
f tall EUtopo HB SI andJfesncclally as
the foreign field of ablation had but
lately been invaded by ani American
fs Wilbur Wright brother of the youngij
man who accomplished today tho
worldsmostspectacular tilp in a fly
Ing machine not Inflated by gas Tho
prepaiatory flights of Wilbur Wright
on tho field of la Maris Franco had1
promised notab11 achievements but tho
American aeioplanlst having been able
to remain In the air less than 20 min
utes when De La Grunge succeeded in
establishing new figures both as to du
ration of Ulght and distance cohered
The acclaim occasioned by tho dlstln
I gulshed Pienchnians performance
hracer wns in no nay disconcerting
to Wilbur Wright who still expressed
confidence that he would tho better bo
1 able to fulfill tho condition of the
jf French competition
COULD STAY LOXGBR
The maximum height reached by
IVilght today was 150 feet As the
machine was brought to the ground
August Post of the New York Aeio
club of America and Charles Taylor
M Wrights mechanic pressed ahead
loc nEratul ite the aviator They shook
both hands
Fiftyseven thirtyone said Tay
As much as that said Mr Wright
juestloningly Why it I had known
v 3 nere that elose
to tho hour I would
nae stajcd the full tlmo
Ws roally the situation Ap
parently t iould have been as easy
lor Jlr Wright to stay in tho air for
SI h ° Mr alfl half as t 1vas t > stay
were 87 minutes odd The motor was
Marking smoothly there were no airs
to speak of and all conditions were
Ltor tho fllsht Thwe was no way
on tho Sloud to signal the
= s 1 the tlmo llnd < V came to
rhoilad bepn P he thought
r W Wnutes Time
goes
rather f
fast while you arc In tho air
ked nlUl a clulet smile and
forehead of perspiration
BRYAN ARRIVED AT
PEORIA AMID CHEERS
fw la III Sept 9Amid the toot
of whistles and tho cheers of a
t croud William J Bryan Domo
e < HUo tor President arrived
all ihortlJr noon in the
1 < < D Pre dont Jackson
nd ral ° ad He was
Inombes of the na
d a um er o dole
ulconvcntlon AtMtho
hlm
prominent bcmo
i < nartv Ir Bly < ln and spa
auiomnhit e conv ° y < l to tho hotel
> large Prcc6111 which uaa
i
idtd iv tlon conmlttee on head
> hni ia ns3 and The Journey
Idlni tn Iha ontllval ovation
re < lenands of an im
rlan appeared on
hotel and delivered a
ho spoke to
for his
an < 1 the
saln nl HP ° ak at the
OVERTATE MEETING
Scpt 3
r tft cwuen S hel today in
n
tr M or thJ1 nol nted four
or
al
Jcisel111
was r 6 hous ° r represcnt
ntion of the
Iy aue dtr as ot
there in rormor years
A
encc riV co tests of any
Aug s dMr Primarj tlections
te omSS 64 tljf VanJMateS
onlzp all farti rt5were maI to
fseling a ctx ina smooth over
the retent LV 5nsendCred dui
Prtmarj
pcaker rf election
ttat VhBf eech urged
be forgotten arid
that theie be unltv and Inimony alt
nlons thoillnefaiHLthatcQiybody woil
foi the Micce ° i ot the statq and na
tional tltKats Focmei Seuy of the
Jipahiuy Lesllf M Shaw also tnadfi
an address His poecli dealt inostlj
xvllh national isbue1 Senator Hop
klns Gov Denetn and the Republican
dongressmcn present also1 niado shbit
addressee
j
HAINS BROTHERS IN1
DIFFERENT CELLS
Now Vork Sept 9 With a pack of
plajliiB cirdf with xxliich he bililils
mlniatuie loitintatlon1 liousei and livs
plunsi ot battle Capt ivtei C IJilJi
Jr paasc Ills time In his cell it tho
Queens cotinlj Jill Long Island cits
where ho i Taitlnpr trjnl togcthii with
fills biother T Ieiltll > H llahw foi Iho
Wiling of William J nni > at tlio
Kaysido Vncht Uub on Aug r When
aoxer b6 sutcieds in getting tbq tauls
in the deslrciii iposlllon and ompletcs
his bulldinir he iprlnsf up from hit
table in an ee tdcj ot joj and shouts
To foL it lo got H
T Jonklnsi lliiltti who Is now confined
in rfnothci cnnldor pnstes his Uric
reading nnd lounBing aiouiul Lxwoi
Joseph A Mia one of the attiiriMMi for
the defense savs It Is tintuio thit 1
lenUins Halnh ias wilting a stoij of
the shooting
Mi hiV av hut tho ordeal Is tell
Inpr 6n the pircnts ot tho biothers Gin
Iltilns vnd his wife He doubts If tlio
pdpi Jlis Ilalii would sitilve tho or
dexl ot he r sons being pliecd on trial
fin tlieii llo
Fill CUB
One Man Binned In lied and Sueinl
WlioAwiiUcii to Ilnil iKcajic
Slinl OH Injured
Philadelphia Sept 9 One man was
burned Jo death two wonlert were seri
ously injured and sevoial others mou1
or less badly burned this morning in a
Jlie which dchtioyed the menls nnd
womens buildings of tlie Philadelphia
Cilckql club at Chestnut Hll a suburb
There wore only employes in tho
building when tho he started
THE DEAD
Thomas McHcnry C5 years oldt wait
er burned in his bed
INJURED
Hollis 13 yeais old qaretaker
seriously burned anil bruised In jump
ing from a second story vtlndow
Mrs Drihcoll IMrs Hollis guest leg
broken in jumping from window
John Webb foreman engine company
badly buincd
Hurry Gasner hoseman burned
about body
The victims of tlio firo occupied bed
rooms on tho becond door ot what Is
known as tho mens building When
tho women were awakened by tho fire
all chance of escape was past They
started for tho room occupied bv Mc
Henry to arouse him but the lliimes
had also cut off that poitlon of the
house
The bedroom windows wore fully 33
febti abovo the giound After frintlc
ally calling for help the women made
a rusli lor separate windows Mrs
Drihcoll Vvat the flrstjfo drop and was
followed quickly afterwards by Mis
Hollis
Bands of rescuers were Immediately
formed from the wealthy neighbors
whose residences surround the grounds
Repeatedly these men started up the <
burning stairways but weie each tlmo
beatenhback tltrwasriot untllaanliqur
later that ithe charred body of the man
was found in tho ruins
The origin offtho > flro is unknown
The loss ls estlmatediat 30000
JUDGB TAFT MAYTALK
TO WATERWAYBODY
Cincinnati O Scpt 9 Judge Taft
was not an early riser today and It
was late before he vihltcd his offices
which aro located In the Hotel Sinton
The recent determination of Mr Taft
to go on the road has made It expedi
ent not to conclude pIansT for visiting
delegations this month or until the na
tional committee has made known Its
determination In thQ campaign trip
Mr Taft will be Invited today to ad
dress the LaketoGulf Doep Water
way association nt Its Chicago meet
ing Oct 7 to 9
Tho Invitation is presented by a
delegation of St Louls business men
who camo here for that purpose It
was stated nf the1 Taft headquarters
that tho > invitation vould doubtless 10
celvo favorable consideration it the
campaign plans to bo followed by the
candidate do not Interfere
MILD BUBONIC PLAGUE
FOUND IN LOS ANGELES
f I os Angeles Cal Sejil 9 A case of
bubonic plague has bean discovered
The patient Is a boy named Mullhol
landand Is convalescent
Throe weeks ago the boy found a
siclc squirrel In tho park and picked H
up The squirrel bit the boy on the
hand Sickness followed and later
physlcans declared It to bo bubonic
plague Other phylsclans were called
In to consultation and discovered that
squirrels In the park arc afflicted
with the disease
No other cases hare developed and
It is believed l > y the authorities that
there will bo no spread of the disease
STILTj A DEADLOCK
Des Moines Iowa Sept 9 The first
ballot for United States senator in the
legislature here today resulted in a
deadlock Cummins received GG votes
a gain ot one over yesterday
XOMTXATKD
New Haven Conn Sept 9 Con
gressman George L Lilly was today
nominated for governor by tho Republi
can state convention receiving 402 votes
out of S77 cast A motion to make the
nomlnatlon unanimous was carried
with cheers
FAMOUS LABOR ISSUE
CASECALLED TODAY
AWhen the caso
of thu i > uckStove > A Hango comnanv of
St Louis against President dompcrs
Vice President John Mitchell and Secy
Woirlson of the American Federation
ot Labor in which the Buck company
petition to have the labor organization
mulshed for contempt of court was
irought up m thedistrlct supremu court
pdiiy It was at > ilrht uncertain whether
he case would proceed or be transferred
0 regular term of court in October
Aldcspread interest has heen takcii In
he cne ill view of tho labor Issue
nvolvedi
Former presidential candidate Alton B
arker ot New Yoikr who headed the
Democratic national ticket who Is chief
counsel for the federation and a notable
nr a of counsel swcre in court
> van Clpave thojpresIdent oC tha
pet llonlng company Is also president
W sJanufaeimcrs usoeiu
1 011 Ohe Injunction proceedings had
their Inceptionlast Koyembervwlien Mr
Van CIeav v abked the court Justice
Gould presiding to prohibit the federa
lon frpm advlslnir organized Inbor that
the company wan unfair to its employes
nnd frmn printing that advice in the
dernHonlst the official organ of tho
ederntioit The injunction was Issued by
he fourt and made permanent The ia
or official however appealed to the
public setting forth why they did not
tl > 0 terms ° r the injunc
Daylight Finds Hibbing Unde
strqyod but Inhabitants Are
Still Fighting Flames
HALF DOZEN TOWNS EXPOSED
Kale of Craml Marai Still In Doubt
f
Lots of IjIfChUiucrUiln
Sufferers Under Cure
Duluth MlmiScpti 9 It was a night
ofterror on the rango and one of deep
anxiety in Duluih but today conditions
appear to have changed for tho better
All yesterday afternoon and Iwt
night Jlres threatened halt a dozen
larger towns on the range More than
1000 residents ot nibbing fought back
the flames all nlsht long stamping out
brush fires and wetting down the Holds
about the town to keep the fire from
spioadlng This morning the reports
an that the town Is safe
Hovey had as hard a light as HIbbing
vaml the residents oj Qolcralnc two
mles away had to so totheirnsslsl
ance All business was suspended and
citizens uftec packing a few valuables
ready to lee at n moments notice
fought the lire all night
At Aurora Nashwauk Buhl Wren
shall and several smaller towns and
villages the same story was reported
WIND DYING DOWN
This morning the wind Is dying down
and th < j fires appear to bo gradually
burning themselves out Gieat vigil
ance Is still necessary however Trie
most dramatic Incidents of the entire
flio promise to develop around Grand
Murals The sloamer Gopher the Unit
ed States gunboat carrying 50 members
of the naval mlllliu left last night for
Grand Marals to rescue the settleis
along the north shore The latter vil
lage is entirely shut off from com
munlcation by moans of telephone or
telegraph and It will bo 21 hours nt
least before anything is heard from
them
THE IjAST REPORT
The passengqrs on the last boat re
ported that the fires were rushing to
ward tho lake and gradually hemming
in the inhabitants of the littlevillage
comprising about COO people mostly
fishermen and Indians There aro also
manysettlors along the lake shore If
the fires swoop right up to the lake
shore tho Intense heat and the smoke
might cause the loss of many lives al
though the people could save them
selves from actual cremation by taking
iVefugo on the beach
The Gopher carried provisions and
clothing and will pick up any settiers
who are found to be homeless The men
jvtl help fight thofifcs afGrand Ma
raisUlKithoVvIlUigPyvts not aJjeady do
strayed The Duluthirellef fund has
now passed the30CO < Tmarkraiid Is rdp
Idlygrowing All thelmmediUte wants
of the sufferers have been cared for
Tlio rt nge railroads belonging to the
sieel coropratlon are carrying all sup
pliu freV and running specials when
ever needed The corporation and its
officers lins also contributed nearly
15000 In cash towardthe fund
SUSPENSE ISAVxFUll
The range Is by no means out ot dan
ger yet As stated above the reports
this morning are mow favorable but a
change of tho wind or a change In its
velocity might cause them to break
forth with renewed fierceness and every
moment It is feaiccl that a town will be
reported ablaze
CHINESE 11AXKS HOIUIOW
Tokio Friday Aug 7 The depart
ment ot finance has at last decided u
supply the deficiency of capital of the
farmers and mechanics banks of the
country with 2f 00000 yen 51230000
out of Its deposits With only three
exceptions the 4 farmers and mechan
ics banks of the country have availed
themselves of this loaii in varying sums
from 130000 yon to 25000 yen Com
menting on this matter the Jhuo ae
claiej that the loan of only 2500000
jen in place of 9000000 > en which was
isHod by the banks will prove but a
few drops of rain on the patched
condition of the banks The paper
suggests thai tho sum offered be used
for the icndjustment of arable lands
a comse that would result in a per
manent annual Increase in the produc
tion of rice
IDAHOS IOSTAtl AFPAIRS
Special to the Newt
Washington D C Sept 9 Rural
loute No 2 has been ordeied at Hey
Ourn Lincoln county Idaho and will
bet established Dec 1 This uill serve
700 persons and 130 families Lafayette
Skcen has been appointed postmaster
at Landing Onelda county Idaho vice
s
Alta Moirls irslgned
REDLIGHT REFORM WAVE
NOW STRIKES DES MOINES
Chicago Sept 9 A dispatch to tho
RecordHerald from Des Mollies la
sas
Reform or moft out of Des Moines
before Sept 15 is the older that pass
ed through the led light district of
Des Moinef last night It conies as tho
Jesuit of a ciusude stalled by tho news
papers here 10 days ago against an al
leged boUal evil trust consisting of
landloidf inofestlonrtl boixHmen money
lenders and smnll meichants
CnliKo most drastic nunci of the
kind the present plin contemplates the
providing of an oppoitunlty for every
person affected to lend nn upright life
and earn an honest living
Tlio order to drhe the wOnion from
the cltv was issued by Councilman Ham
cry superintendent ot tho department
of public bdfetj It declares that tho
dlsoiderU houses will bp siippicsscd lind
further say
All lieopeit and Inmates of resort
are heieby notilltd thai n > who wlt > h
to remain In Dei Moh and lead a de
cent life must mport to Mrs UUabetn
IJalrd sccietniy f thp Hwnnne society
siving their names nddreises ana mo
M M > I occupations It will be supposed
that If they remain in the city nnd aro
unwilling to register they nre undesir
able citizens and they will be consid
ered as Mich
TRA1M3 UXIOX COXOKliSS
Nottingham Sept a The trade
i union congress today patsed a reso
lution condemning the British work
men Aho tMigaged themseUes as itilko
breakeij In Germany and the colonies
and asking parliament to enact a
measure under which the organizers of
strikebreaking movements as well as
the men themspUes could be prose
cuted The congress voted down a
motion for amalgamation with the
Laborparty conMolIed b > the Social
ist Tvyj fraternal delegates from the
American Fedeiation oftLabor who are
watching the proceedings wererccelvi
ed by congress
ictinijL6sxAngeles Officer One
Of the Best Known in
California
WAITER MAKES HIS ESCAPE
Policeman Waitlnt for Car With Prls
oncrs One Drew Cnn mid
llrcd Tlfroc Times
Los Angcleq QaC Bept In a dcs
pqratj shooting affray with two burg
lars whom ho mtjt on tho > Htreot it
Ninth and Grand avenue shortly before
10 oclock this morning Capt Walter
Auble of the city police force wa3
shot thieo timesand probably fatally
wounded
SHOOTER ESCAPES
Ona of tbo men Fred Horning aj
chauffeur was captured but the man
who did the shooting Carl Sutherland
a waiter escapedf
Capt Aublo received bullet in the
abdomen another In tho cliost and a
third in the fleshy part of the neck
on the loft side > Tlie two men weie
arrested by Capt FIammcr and Capt
Atiblc at their rooin this morning and
the tvo officers started with their pris
oners fgr the station AVhllc awaiting
the approach of a car Sutherland sud
denly diew a large revolver and shot
Capt Auble three times and fled
Horning also attempted to llees but
Capt Flammer captured him and h3
was taken handcuffed to the station
Capt Auble former chief of police ot
Los Angeles is one of the best known
officers In the state He will piobably
die
BEGIN NINTH DAY OF
NINTH MONTH AJ 909
Chicago Sept Jj The concatenated
order of IIooHoos a fraternal and so
cial lodge of the National lumbermens
association began its seventeenth an
nual convention vhero today nvlth im
pressive ceremonies The date and the
hour for tho beginning for the three
days conclave wore chosen with an eyo
to mysticism being the ninth day of
the ninth month nt U03 a m When
the gavel fell 21000 members of tho
order were recorded as being present
though the number actually In attend
ance wns in the neighborhood of 1500
The others were Tregarded as present
under tlie rulesJ6ftheorder which re
quire every memberwho cannot attend
spcrsonallyitoiKeadJaileUnror teegram
stating hiSi whereabouts and his reasons
for being absent Todayart business
session was short and of a perfunctory
natuie
THIRTYTHREE MILLION
AND MORE FOR N Y SCHOOLS
New York Sept 9 At its meeting
this afternoon the board of education
will adopt the schoolbudget for 19D9 to
be submitted to the board of estimate
It asks for 3303i45463 for tho schools
in the coming year an Increase ot < i
25S5210fi over 1DOS The board of edu
cation finance committee at a special
meeting gave tlie estimate of require
ments for next year its final considera
tion and tho boards approval of the
committees report is practically as
sured
The committee reported that the In
ciease thls > year Is chiefly due to tho
proposed increase of teachers salaries
this alone occasioning an Increase In
the budget of 327311352
COLORADO DEMOCRATS
Pueblo Colo kept U It was
nearly 11 oclock today when the
Democratic state convention reas
sembled Two reports on the Denver
contest were presented from tlio com
mittee on credentials Tlie majority
favored seating the SpecrHughus
delegation The minority report
signed by the representatives of 13
counties recommended that both
Denver delegations be seated and
each delegate be given half a vote
and that a committee of which Mayor
Robert W Speor shall be a member
bo appoitned to organize the Denver
Democracy and in case ot its failure
to agree upon a idan that Chief Jus
tice Robert W Stccle be empowered
to settle the dlfferencs in Denver
AVASIIIXOTOX KLECTIOX
Seattle Wash Sept 9 The first
primary election under tho new law
was tried In the state yesterday with
Republicans and Democrats in the
Held On the Republican ticket there
were 1S2 candidates running from
United States senator to constable nnd
15 on tho Democratic ticket
Tho principal fight wns made for
United States senator Representative
Wesley L Jones contesting the right of
Senator Levl Ankeny to renomlnatlon
the legislative candidates being pledged
to support the choice of the priinary
The incomplete returns at 10 oclock
this luorning from 78 precincts In Soot
tie show that Ankenv has 2720 and
Jones 2I02 with indications that
Ankeny has carried King eotintv bv
5000
NATURAL RESOURCE
EXPERTS GET ONE DAY
ICansas City Mo S p 9 Tho
member1 of the national committee on
the conservation of natural resources
has hepn given one day at the Trans
misslsKippi Commercial congress which
meets at San Francisco October 610
President J B Case of Abilene Kan
today received fiom Washington accep
tance atf the commitetes par on the
prograin and it Is expected entire
commltteoj will mce In San Francis
co
IJKLSIOXT MAY MOVE
Paris Sept 9 It is announced that
August Belmont president of the
Jockey club In America has Acquired
a piece of land near Dieppe to which
he will transfer a number of his
race horses from America This action
Is takeiij It Issaid becau q of the pa
sage ot antibetting laws hi America
Peter Duryca has rented for the same
purpose the farnous Guzon stud farm1
formerly the property of Maurice E
iPrussi
Patrolman Thomas Gillespie Al
BuMVIurdered Early This
Morning
HIS SHOULDER FRACTURED
nio on lii Head Tliut
Causes Coiniisxldii Dcprratc
Z iplit at Ilculiiuiilcr < i
Patrolman Thomas Gillesplo Is lying
at his home 825 west North Temple
fitrectsufforlng from a fractured shoul
der a bad gash on tho side of his head
and concussion ot Iho brain His con
dition Is most serious and ho Is be
ing constantly attended by Dr C M
Benedict
Txckcd In a cell at the city Jnll is a
man giving the nnmo of George Wilson
a burly stranger who cume here he
says with tlie Buffalo Bill wild west
show He will bo charged with as
sault with a deadly weapon upon Pa
li olman Gillesplo
This condition of affairs Is the re
sult of an attempt on the part of Po
liceman Gillesple this morning at 7
oclock to arrqst Wilson for drunken
ness and disturb the peace It
happened on the corner of First South
and Main street at 7 oclock
WITH WILD WEST SHOW
WiNun who claims ho belongs to
the Uuffalo Hill show arrived hero
last evening and proceeded to load up
on whisky Ho prowled about tho
streets all night when he was not in
saloons drlnking and created an up
roar wherever he went Numerous
complaints were madq about the fel
lows actions as ho had created many
disturbances along the route of his
wanderings At First South and Main
street this morning1 he howled and
cursed and was apparently looking for
trouble
i
Patrolman Gillesple saw the man and
started to place him under arrest
SHOULDER FUACTUHBD
With a bellow of rage the burly
stranger grappled with the policeman
and o quick and unexpected was the
attack that Gillesple was taken com
pletely by surprise AVIIeon seized the
patrolmans club and being su powerful
nnd heavy man wrenched thy stick
from tho policemans hand Quick us
a Hash ho swung the club with terrilie
force down on Giliespies left shoulder
badly fracturing tjift bqnes gillqsn e
bravely grappled with tho enraged inan
and tried to fight him off but Wilson
wrenched himself away from the pollce
tman and again j wung < thp hcavy club
side ofthehead
HINTON TAKES A IIAN1J
Gillesple fell like a log In his tracks
The fellow then prepared to strike an
other blow when Patrolman HInton
who had been attracted to tho scene
by tho gathering crowd rushed up and
dealt AVIlson a powerful blow on the
head with his club Wilson fell to the
sidewalk unconscious by tho sldo ot
the senseless policeman
CONDITION IS SERIOUS
Word was sent to police headquar
ters and Wilson was taken to the sta
tion Patrol Driver George Moore e
curod the chiefs buggy and took
Gillesple to tho latters home Dr
Benedict responded illicitly to the call
and did all In his power for the In
jured patrolman He found that Gll
lesples shoulder had been fractured
and that he had concussion It could
not be determined definitely whether or
not the skull was fractured but the
physiLlap was of the opinion that there
wns no fracture of iho skull The in
jury Is most serious however and
there Is grave danger that the police
man may not recover from the terrl
bleb lows dealt him by Wilson
FIGHT AT STATION
The fellow was hauled to the police
station and did not completely regain
consciousness until ho was being
searched by Patrolmen HInton and
Kast Then his rage broke out again
nnd he savagely attacked Kast touring
tho hitters coat completely from his
back The two policemen quickly over
powered the follow handcuffed him
and threw him bodily into the drunk
house Tho blow he received from Hln
tqns club put him down and out hut
the man Is of snob great strength that
ho soon recovered and will suffer no
particularly ill effects from the treat
ment he received
A MURDEROUS ATTACK
According to other policemen Glllox
plewho was walking First South street
saw Wilson early this morning and or
dered him to get off tho streets When
he again saw AVIIson at 7 oclock ho
said
1 thought I told you to go to bed
Gillesplo then started to pluci thefel
low tirjder arrest when Wilson with a
snarl of rage sprang upon tho pa
trolman tore the club from his hands
and struck him two vicious blows on
the shoulder and bend A statement
could not be secured from Gillosple as
ho wns unconscious Tils condition Is
lng carefully watched and everything
possible will nt UJIM for him
WOMEN FIGHT PIRE
Don Husbands Overall ami Heat Out
Flnfncs at Pleasant Grove
John Hirst Of Pleasant Grove to
day contributes a story of how a pair
of women donned overalls and
for hours protected their property
against the lavage of the flames caused
by the ignition of neighboring straw
stacks by sparks from a passing tinii
Mr Hirst was watering his awn
about 530 oclock Sunday morning
when sparks from a passing train sef
tire to dry vegetation on tho farm ot
A C Reid Mr Hirst Frank C Clark
and J Jenkins fought tho flames for
two hours In the hope that they might
save two wheat stacks But their ef
forts were unsuccessful and the stacks
were consumed The fire burned all
Sunday and the following night with
the result that about EDO bushels of
wheat were destroyed As the flames
changed their tack and coursed In tho
directjon of Mr Jenkins residence the
firefighters ran in that direction to
stop If possible the fire from crossing
he corral When they arrived they
ound Mrs Clark > and her sister Mrs
Waterhouse standing In Ihe corral
each lnther turn balllntr out water and
IlBhtlng the fire Mrs Watorhouse
had donned her husbai rf overalls to
butter be prepared for tli < t work All
hands were put at work mid UIH fro
was extinguished lit noon Tuesday Tho
burnpd area covered a space of about
JOG yards wide and perhaps a nuartor
of a mile long
Thu people ot Pleasant Grove have1
been very prosperous this year says
Mr Hirst alid the wheat crop has
heen especially large and most of it
dry farm wheat ut that Tliti luccrn
crop has also done exceedingly w H
MILDLY SAECASTIC
Ilslier Hnrrls Says Too lluoli Atten
tion Is Pnitl Dr Short
The following statement from Man
ager Fisher Harris of thu Commercial
club relative to Rev Shorts short
sighted and gloomy predictions of last
Sunday will no doubt voice the seutl
inuntri of many other sober thinking
citizens Ho sixid today In an Inlor
vlov with u Xews representative
L am of tho opinion that wo are pay
Ing entirely too much attention to the
reported lenuirks of the Kov Short con
cerning the wickedness of this city Our
excitement over his ullcrajices lends
thuni a dignity1 which hey do not do
Kone1 I inn not dcllnitcly informed
as to just what ho did gay nor as to
the extent of thu publicity his remarks
rocelvoil but I will venture the asser
tion that his uninspired prophncles of
woe and forebodings of dire disaster
received fijr more attention her than
anywhere else nil oarth
The Ucv Short is a comparatively
young iimn and his assumption df tho
role ofJeremiah ia but the ebullition
of youthful Ignorance and inlsdlrcutod
zeril Advancing age and a closer ae
tiainlance with this city > vill change
his viqWK and should ho return here
to fact his angry lock and live down
his past we may conlldontly expect him
to one day announce to a waiting world
that Salt Jjike is iho chief among ten
thousand and the one city of the na
llon that is altogether lovely How
over should we over bo brought face
to face witli the Sodom and Gomorrah
proposition and have to furnish ten
just men In order to escape destruc
tion we can easily llnd seven hundred
from the membership of tlio Commer
cial club who will till all tho require
ments
It may not bo improper for me to
remark In passing that it would be
vastly interesting to receive tho plans
and spCCiilcnUons ot the proposed
municipal destruction from this ttuw
architect of damnation
Police Winching for Crook Stranger
Heavily Armed Arre tetl This Morn
ing by Patrolman Clongli
With the advent ot every circus in
town tlierp Is an influx of crooks from
the yeggman variety to thi murderous
thug who ill not stop at murder to
steal and rob Tho coming of the
Wild West show Is no exception to
the rule The crooks coma and ply
their trade in spite ot all tho show
detectlvs and locaj authorities can
do
This morning a poltconintr was
nearly killed by a vicious fellbw nn
ncecmnt uf which appears filsewhcro
In this paper
About 10 oclock Patrolman Clough
was on Second South aaid Commercial
street and observed a suspicious look
ing fellow wandering about near tho
ComnVouelnl National bank The fel
low s hip pookotH bulged out and
Policeman Clough decided to Inves
tigate Ho placed the man under ar
rest and marched him to the station
When searched tho mans pockets re
vealed two ugly looking revolvers
fnjly loaded a box of cartridges and
a murderous looking slung shot The
man also had on him OGO in cash
a watch and a brink book showing
that lie had deposited 70 in the bank
He gave his name as E Wllmot a
painter 22 years of ago He refused
to make1 any statement except that hu
came hero during the Commercial
Travelers convention From his gen
eral appearance one would put him
down for a crook and tho police are
elated that they have him securely be
hind tlio bars
This morning all the detectives and
a number of plain clothes men wro
detailed by Chief Pitt to patrol tho
streets and residence district to keep
a sharp lookout for sneak thieves and
robbers as there is always a gang
o crooks following a circus
Hon A W McCiino llcturns from
South America to Iook After ltali
And Itlalio Intcrests
Hoiu AW McCiino Is home front
Peru tu remain in this state and Idaho
for 30 days before returning to tho
land of tlie Incus where in the last
few years he has accomplished such
marvels of development Jin McCuno
will spend much of his time while here
looking after his Idaho properties
which aro becoming more promising
every year Ho is satisfied and can
guino as to the outlook for his trunk
lino to be built over the Peruvian An
des from the junction with tho Peru
vian Central railroad eastward over tho
range and down to the headwaters of
the mighty Amazon river Surveyors
are now in the Held running the lines
HO that active construction can begin
Jt an early day The Importance of
this scheme is being gradually
ippreciated Ln the commercial
world and can not be too
seriously considered for It Is bound
to revolutionize heretofoio tlsllng
nethods of shipments not only of ore
jut of many lines of commodities as
jetWeen the middle west coast of South
Vmerica and the Atlantic ocean When
these SoO miles of road aro built it
will no longer bo necessary to ship
Peruvian ores to the Pacific coast and
herico by ship around the Horn to the
lnlted States Not only these ores
nit products may be shipped from coast
jointsfrom the equator to the twen
ipth parallel of south latitude via tlio
eriivian Central and the McCuno
dads to the head waters pf the Ama
on anil then by boat down the grout
Ivor to the Atlantic thus avoiding the
stormy long and often dangerous
uissnge around Cape Horn Moreover
i vast and most valuable country on
he eastern slope cf the Andes moun
tains will be developed and an nr
ay of natural resources hitherto
indreamed of may be brought within
the reach of modern commerce and
civilizationcarried to barbarous re
gions
Mr McCuno Is engaged In an im
nenso work The Peruvian government
has recognized this In voting hint such
valuable1 tlnancial aid as was detailed
n thq News lat winter and after
passing through uncertain and stormy
experiences for yearsin bringing out
great latent possibilities to tho public
view and appreciation
Michigan Heirs of the Late
liam M Ferry File Suit
For a Fortune
ALLEGE FORMER JUDGMENT
Was By Michigan Probate Court
And Awarded Sum to New
Administrator
t
The Court DPIMTO Was Unfulfilled It
I5 Declared and as a Cunseqiicncc
IVrtoiml Inilgment Is Demanded
Alleging that it has a judgment of a
Michigan piobatn court awarding Alt
he sum and thut tho terms of1 this
judgment are uniulflllPd by Edward 3
Kerry of Rait Lake tho Michigan Trust
company today demanded through
suits filed in tho Federal court of this
district that judgment bo granted here
against Mr Ferry personally for arV
ample fortune dualling In two suits
Just n little loss than a million dollars
The suil recall a controversy between IHi
I
tween Michigan heirs of tho lalo Wil
liam M Ferry and Kdutird P Fprrjr
who was administrator of the estate
In which the helrs some years ago
ffiught to have Mr Ferry removed and
an admlnlstiator ot their own choos
ing substituted
These refer to this previous liti
gation and allege that through win
ning the previous suits they have a
decree showing that Mr Ferry Is per
sonally liable to tbo Michigan Trust
company for 91535005 as administra
tor of Iho estate ut Amanda AV Ferry
he Is peisonally liable for fIBlaSSl
GUARDIANS SliRVED 1
As Fdward P Ferry is now Incom
petent through old age the papers Ih
thp case wore served upon his guardi
iana The two suits are identical In
thrs until o of tho allegations and dif
fer only in tho name of the person for
whom K P Ferry was administrator
and the amount It Is iccjlted thai
prior to June 1003 theio wns in tha
Ottawa Michigan probate court a easa
in wnich Edward P Ferry wad the1 le
gal administrator of tho estate of vfil
liam M Ferry deceased and that on
Juno 36 1P03 a number of heirs flledv
a petition praying for the removal of
Ej P Ferry asiexecutoriand the ap
polntment of tlio Michigan Trust cnnfi
pany In Its stead to administer such
portions of the estate as ivere not yet
adjudicated These heirs WPIQ EIzai <
beth Eastman William jr Ferry
Amanda Hanvood Hall Hannah Eliza
beth Jones Edward F Eastman
Thomas White Eastman George Ma
son Efihtmun Hettle Eastman Hannah
E Wutzen Mary White Eastman fond
Blary Amanda Fairchlld
WON Hi PLAINTIFFS
Tlie cuse was heard It is declared
Dec 31 11107 and was won by tho
plaintiffs llcfore this final hearing E
P Fiiry filed a demurrer and cross
petition piaying that tho couit decree
that tho estulo had been wholly admin
istered and closed and that the court
discharge Mr Feiry as administrator
and cancel his bond releasing and discharging IIi
charging Hie sureties thereon
The court It Is alleged with a copy
of the decrees submitted as an exhibit
overruled this demurrer and ufused lo
giant the cross petition and entered a
judgment to the effect that E P Fer
ry under the teims of tlm judgment t
was to at once lender a personal nci
counting for ni551jOS which he was
declared to owe the estate within GO
days Ilh Interest until tho sum should
bo paid tu date from Dec 31 1U07 at
the rate of 5 per cent perannum
IILIION INVOLVED
The company is declared to have
filed its acceptance Jan 2 laOS and
It now alleges thut said judgment and
decreo is final and iqniains In full
force and is wholly unsatisfied and
that by reason of it 10 1 Ferry be
came and Is indebted to plaintiff In
tho sum of pj535uUS with interest
at tho rate of 5 per cent per annum
from Dec 31 1907 wherefore plain
tltfs prav that a judgment bo entered
against defendant for 5915335OS with
Intereft from Dec ill l07 at the rato
of 5 per cent
Henderson Pierce Crltchlow
Itarrctlc represent tho Michigan Trust
company In tho matter This suit has
becn n thu courts since Aug SI Iiut
was not made public until today bc m
caupe of the fact that service of tho
papers had not been made The sec
ond suit filed yesterday afternoon
makes th < > simo general allegations in
regard to tint administration of Urn
estate of Amanda W Ferry by K P
Ferry and asks for a personal judg
ment againt him fo 1C4GSS1 as tho
result of a similar Michigan probate
court decree
AT THE UNIVERSITY
TuoTIiirds of Applicant for Exam
ination Apply in KnuinccrliiR Uept
More than twothirds of the appli
cants for registration at the University
of Utah Intend to take the engincvilng
courses according to the showing made
in the pieliminary examinations today
These examinations are given only to
those without regular high school cer
tificates however fa thai the percent
age may be changed on Friday when
legiilratlon begin
To take the entrance examinations
this morning 20 students appeared and
after going through ns many subjects i
as they handle today they will be put I
tlnouprh similar tosts tomorrow in
whatever htiWects remain
Fi Iday and Saturday aro registration
dajs and the Indications are that there
will be an extremely heavy registra
tion
JORDAN SCHOOLS OPEN
In the Jordan school district this
nornlng 93 teachers and 31SO pupils
reported for the school year The high
school at Sandy proved veritaTI
surprise with nn enrollment in first
year work of 53 and li > for secondyear
with from 10 to 13 more entries to
hearfrom

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