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I THE CITIZEN
M W. D. Loveless, Publisher.
H AMERICAN FORK UTAH
THE UTAH BUDGET
B The Weber club of Ogdcn la soon
m lo bo housed In n now building, to
M cost approximately $12i,000.
B As a result of tin Investigation nt
B Mllford, the Btntu board of health ro-
M ports that there Is no lnfantllo pnraly-
B sis there.
The Loh I Commercial club Is mak-
Ing preparations for Its fifth "annual
B good-tlmo cnrnlvnl," to bo held at tho
M city park September 2.
H Fifty additional Hebrow families from
H the east will shortly bo brought to
H Utah to joint tho Jewish colony at
Clarion on tho Pluto project.
M Arthur Ilocco has been arrested a
H Salt Lako on tho chargo of shooting
M at peoplo as they passed by his homo.
m Itocco Is believed to bo demented.
m Tho right arm of Daniel Ktchcll, nn
M operntlvo at tho Knight woolen mills
M at Provo, was so badly crushd In a
M picker that It was amputated below
m t tho elbow.
H John D. Malniij Sr., aged 80 years,
M nnd tho llrst rculdent of Italy to bo
M baptized as a member of tho Mormon
B church, died at his homo In Ogdon on
1 John O. Heywood of Ogdcn, who
B was Injured In nn nutomobllo nccl-
B dent, It being thought at first that
B his Injuries wcro fatal, Is rnpldly ro-
B A complaint has been filed In Juab
B county by tho stnto dairy nnd food
M commissioner against Lorenzo Webb
B of Mona, on tho allegation that ho
V, used his milk cans ns gnrbago hold-
m era betweon milking times.
H Wallnco II. Petty of Park City hn
m Invented an automobile headlight
B that swings with tho steering wheel
B and follows tho curvo of tho road, nl-
B towing tho driver to sco directly
B ahead of his car at nil times.
B Arthur Chlpp, who was stabbed in
B street fight In Ogdon a fow days
M ngo, Is Improving and It Is thought
M hd will fully recover. Tho Injured
M man still malntnlns that ho wnB hold
B up and stabbed by a highwayman.
B Walter Prcstlcr and Thomns and
B Georgo Scotonls, mlnorH employed by
m tho Blngham-Now Haven Mining com-
B panyt wero entombed In tho mlno at
M ningham for seven hours by a fall of
M i earth, but aro nono tho worso for
M . their experience.
B Ira Lemmon, a young man whoso
B ' home is at Wlllard, Caclio county,
m was terribly Injured by an explosion
M of dynamite nt Paradise. TheWtyna-
BBmHHMlBToded "In ills Hands Doth
Boro torn tho
PPrbody was badly torn and
Brlghnm Wlllard Ashton, suporln
r tendont of tho Granlto school district,
F died Sunday afternoon In a Salt Lako
F hospital after a serious Illness of but
a fow hours. Although quiet and ur-
B assuming, ho wns well known among
B tho educational workers of tho stato
M Members of tho national board ot
M governors ot tho Irrigation congress
M met at Salt Lako Tuesduy, to receive
B reports ot various committees nnd to
B take up some ot tho detail plans for'
BH tho program for tho twentieth con-
B gross, which moots In Salt Lako Sop-
BB tembor 90.
B When tho year 1012 shall havo end-
BB ed and tho present plans of tho city
fl administration completed thoro will
BB havo bcon laid in Salt Lako a total
B ot 228,423 linear foot ot cement sldo-
B walk, 234.S02.15 linear foot of curb
B and guttor and 25,743 linear feet of
B Frank Stranger, aged 24, a resident
Bfl ot Marriott, Wobor county, was
fl drowned in tho Wobcr river noar
H fllatorvlllo, Sundny afternoon. Stan
di gor and six frlonds wero spearing
M fish, when Stangor stopped Into a
BB deep holo In tho river. Mo was un
BH nblo to swim.
H Canning factories In Wobor county
BH iro runnlg to capacity In ordor to
H handle tho tomato crop which is start-
H Ing to pour In from nil part ot tho
H county. It Is anticipated that fully
BH 700,000 cases ot tomatoes will bo
BH shipped from tho state, tho largest
H crop In tho history of Utah.
M It Is estimated that tomato growers
H will receive as high as $250 por arro
H for their tomatoes this Benson. This,
BH as comparod to the avorago ot $50
BH per aero In Indians, makes n groat
BH showing for Utah. In spite of tho
H largo crop, local cannorrt will pay a
H uniform prlro of $10 per ton.
H David Starr Jordan, president of
H tho Loland Stanford university, ad-
H dressed a largo audlonco in tho stnko
H tabernaclo nt Provo on Sunday on
H 'Tho Case Against War," in which ho
H showed tho wasto, misery nnd crime
H resulting from war and tho uttor use-
H lessncss ot armed contests between
H William I). Iltdd, aged 71, was
HHJ struck by a gravel train In Salt Lake,
M Sunday afternoon, and dlod In a hos-
H pltal an hour later. Mr. Itldd was
HHJ blind in tho right eyo and almost to-
B tally deaf, and did not sco or hear
1 tho approaching train.
HI In tho Salt Lako Commercial club's
Lfl trado extension excursion to fifty-two
H cities of Idaho and Wyoming, begin-
B nlng September 8, will be launched it
m movement ot annual occurronco that
H U expected to prove of Immense lm-
H fortanco to tho commercial and In-
H dustrlal development ot tho city.
LONG SESSION OF
CLOSINQ 8ES8ION MARKED WITH
A RETURN OF HARMONY AND
END OF FILIBUSTERS.
Deficiency Bill Pasted After Being
Trimmed to Suit the House, But
Employees Are Not Allowed
Extra Month's Pay.
Washington. Congress adjusted Its
differences on Saturday and ndjourn
cd at 4:30.
Tho end was marked with a return
ot harmony and nn end of filibusters.
8cnator La Foliotto, demanding ac
tion on tho Ponroso campaign fund
resolution, found all opposition
smoothed nwny and tho resolution
wns adopted almost without dlscUH
Senators Chamborlaln, Martin, Swan
son nnd Culberson, after fighting bit
terly for tho payment of tho "slate
clalniB" embodied In tho general de
ficiency bill, permitted1 tho senate to
yield lo tho demands of tho liouoo
and strlko theso clalmB from tho bill.
In return for this concession, how
ever, they received tho promise of
support from other senators next win
tor, whon tho claims again will bo
pressed for uaymont.
With these old clnlms, amounting In
all to $600,000, went tho "extra
month's" pay for congressional em
ployees, which tho sonnto domando
and tho houso ro fused to glvo. In tho
last hnlf hour of tho session, while
President Taft waited In his special
room to sign tho measures ot the dy
ing congress, an attempt was made to
rush through a spoclal resolution, giv
ing the empolyccs "tho extra month's
but tho houso again blocked It.
Tho proaldent signed tho general
deficiency bill nt 4:10 o'clock, making
certain the payment of tho $1,800,000
deficiency In nrmy pay, tho $150,000
for tho Gettysburg memorial celebra
tion next year, tho $350,000 for exten
sion of customs owrk nnd scoros of
othor Important payments that hinged
on tho passago of tho bill. The last
measure to which his pen was put was
a bill disposing of lands In tho Col
vllle Indian reservation.
Coughs Up a Tooth.
Oakland, Cal. Supposedly dying oi
tuberculosis, F. F. Ualdcs, a Wslness
mnn of Salt Lako City, has joughed
road to recovery. Ualdcs had his
teeth removed several months ago,
taking an anaesthetic, and soon after
ward developed a bad cough. Phy
sicians ndvlscd him thnt ho had tu
berculosis and must seok another climate
Governor Ready for Crusade.
Portland, Ore. Ponding tho out
como of his crtisado to "clean up"
Portland, Governor West temporarily
will remove his offices from tho state
capital to this city nnd vigorously
pursue tho campaign to expel from
tho resident and apartmont house dis
tricts persons who, ho alleges, uro de
bauching youth ot tho city.
Fire Destroys Ball Park,
noise, Idaho. Tho Cody ball park,
which cost $7,000, wns destroyed by
flro Monday morning. Although tho
Western Trl-Stato leaguo schedulo Is
nearly closed, the management ot tho
Ilolse team proposes to remain In the
league, despite tho loss. of tho park,
ind will rebuild It temporarily.
MISS NELLIE SCHMIDT
Mist Schmidt, of Alameda, Ctl, who
Is only 30 years of age, Is the flrt
woman to swim across the Bay of San
Prancltco to Oakland Molr. a distance
of eight mites. Only twice before h
Dili grot swimming feat bn accottr-pllihed.
Two Vanloadt of Evidence.
8an Francisco. Two vnnloads ot
documentary ovldence, porhaps more,
bearing on tho famous Sprockets will
contest, must bo produced before
Judgo Seawell In tho superior court
on September 14,
Gives Life for Husband,
nerkoloy, Cal, Worn out by an ox
tended period ot nursing hor husband,
Mrs Jcnnlo Footo Itacon, wife of Prof.
Thomas II. lltcon, pnnlor member ot
- of tho University ot Cali
fornia. dl-1 Monday.
1 ' I N
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM
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DISASTROUS FIRE IN LONDON
Central Telegraph Office Cut Oft
From Communication With Rest
I.ondon. This city was on Saturday
night entirely cut off from telegraphic
communication with tho rest ot tho
country nnd with tho continent and
for a time connection with America
wns severed as tho result or a ncrco
flro Saturday eyonlng In the general
postofflce, whero the central telegraph
offlco Is located, and from which nil
wires of tho sorvlco aro concentrated.
Whllo tho fire wob extremely fierce,
no lives wcro lost and tho damago
was confined to the Insldo of the build
ing. A thousand employees, a ma
jority of them women, got out of the
structuro promptly and wlthoutDonlf,
TRAGEdV RESULT OF BRAWL.
Four Men Killed Following Quarrel
Over Card Game.
Tokoa, Wash. Four men arc dead
horo ns n result of a brawl early Sat
urday in u saloon.
In a quarrel over a card game, Pat
rick Collins wbb struck on tho head
with a rovolvcr by "Curloy" Gardner
and fatally Injured. He died In the
Doputy Sheriff William Estop of Col
fax and Town Marshal Grant Dickson
ot Tokoa went to tho saloon to sum
mon witnesses. As they entered tho
door, Paliouso Gardner, a brother ot
"Curloy," opened flro with a rllio, kill
ing both officers. Ho then II red a
bullot Into his own brain.
Has Right to Beat Rival.
Ilaltlmoro, Md. That a wlfo maj
with Impunity beat hor husband's af
finity wns tho opinion expressed Sat
urday morning by Justlco Smith at tho
eastern police station lu the caso of
tho wtfo of John Sameho. She was
charged with assaulting nnd beating
Victoria Szymanskl, to whom, accord
Ing to tho ovldence, ho paid attention
during tho absence of his wlfo In Poland,
Auto Wreoks House, Injures Child.
Ogdon, Utah. Plunging over nn em
bankment after tho driver had lost
control of tho machine, a largo touring
cur belonging to David L'ccles crashed
through tho eight-Inch brick wall of
Paul Kemmoyor's homo and Injured
Jonnlo Kcmmoyer, a three-year-old
child, so sorlously that death may re
sult. Tho chauffeur escaped injury.
Tillman Fights Blease.
Spartnnsburg, S. C Vigorously Im
ploring nil trim Carolinians to dofeat
him, United States Senator Tillman
on Saturday came out strongly
ngalnst Govornor IlleaBo, Tillman's
frlonds declare he Is doing this at tho
risk ot boInK defeated himself at tho
Escapes on Second Trial.
Wlnonn, Miss. Swlnton Pormonter,
son of u Mississippi planter, charged
with tho murder of MUs Janlo Sharp,
whoso body was found on hor father's
"plantation two years ago, f.vas ac
quitted Saturday. He was convicted
on his flrdt trial, but secured a reversal.
Boys Released on Bond.
Kansas City. John Hoimborgor
nnd John Farley, tho 10-ycar-oUl boys
who confessed to having killed nnd
burled 4-year-old Joo Tlmmermnn, on
Saturday woro roloased on $3,000
Vetoes Power Site Measure.
Washington. ProBldont Taft has
vetoed tho Coosa rlvor bill. Tho bill
was to give to tho Alabama Powor
company tho right to build a dam
across tho Coosn rlvor seven miles
abovo WotumpR'a, Ala.
rebelYare caught in trap
Orozco With Small Force Surrounded
In Chihuahua by Ten Thousand
Juarez, Mex. Caught as a mouse
In a trap, although tho trap Is 100
miles wldo and 200 miles long, Is Pas
cual Orozco, commander In chief ot
rebel forces In the north. This is de
clared by advlcett received horo. by
General Joaquin Tcllcz, federal com
mander of this zono. Tho official an
nouncement Is verified by rnllway re
ports and from various other sources.
Orozco now has only about COO men.
He Is surrounded by federal forccB utj
gregntlng 10,000 that nre spread out
from tho city of Chihuahua to tho
south, to the border nt this point and
along tho Mexican Central running
dlrctly north to tho border, and tho
lMlCN'BfmellUVll, rwTlcTl runs
from Chihuahua City west and north
President Signs Canal Bill.
Washington. President Taft signed
tho Panama cannl bill Saturday night.
Following this ho sent to congress a
memorandum suggesting tho advisa
bility ot the passago of a resolution
which would declaro that this mcasuro
was not considered by this govern
ment a violation ot tho treaty pro
visions regarding tho cannl.
Marshall Condemns Tariff.
Portland, Me. In his first political
address since accepting tho Democrat
ic nomination for vice-president of. J
tho United Stntes, Govornor Tnomas
R. Marshall of Indiana condemned tho ,
protective tariff before a Democratic
mass meeting horo Monday night.
Montana Town Destroyed.
Missoula, Mont. Tho town of no
nan, on what formerly was n part ot
tho Flathead Indian reservation, was !
almost cutlicly destroyed by n flro
.that started Saturday In a garage.
DR. G. E. MORRISON
bBbtSl it .N.
Dr. Morrison, who for years has
been the correspondent In China of
the London Times, has been appointed
adviser of the government of the Chi
Train Wreck In Kansas.
Osawntomlo, Kan. Running sixty
flvo miles nn hour to mnko up lost
tlmo, tho Missouri Pacific "Colorado
oxpresB No. 3," westbound, went Into
n ditch near horo Friday night, but
no ouo was killed.
Mrs. Mackay Injured,
Pit tsflcld,. Mass. Mrs. Clarenco II,
Mackay, society lender and prominent
suffragette, was thrown from her nu
tomobllo nnd rendered uncouscloitB on
Monument mounta'n In the Ilcrkshlros
WA1S WOMEN TO
AMERICAN WOMAN ADVISES
WIVE8 AND DAUGHTERS OF
COLONISTS TO STAY IN U. S.
Twenty-three Young Mexican Girls of
Good Families Have Been Carried
Away by Rebels and No Woman
Is 8afe In That Section.
Kl Paso, Texas. While tho Clilhnu
hua Mormons arc preparing to go
back to their Mexican colonies in
northwestern Chihuahua adjoining the
Sonora line, Mrs. M. F. Sanders, for
merly of Utah, has arrived lu Doug
las from Nucozarl, Sonora, with the
warning to nil women, foreign or nn
tlvo, to keep out of tho country. Mrs.
Sanders says that nt tho present time
no woman Is nafo lu the state of So
nora nnd cites the caso whero twenty
thrco young Mexican girls' of good
fnmlllos wcro carried nwny by tho
rebels under Dojas.
GOING BACK TO MEXICO.
Many American Settlers Will Fight
for Their Homes If Necessary.
Kl Paso, Texas. Armed with their
rifles and plenty of ammunition, tho
men of tho Mormon colonics nro re
turning to their homes In tho state ot
Chihuahua In companies ot from fifty
to two hundred. Many of tho women
pioneers aro returning with their hus
bands In splto of the reports thnt reb
els are In the Mormon country and ol
tho proximity ot tho rebels across the
pass In Sonora. It Is this same hardi
hood that has made possible tho col
onlzntlon of tho Mexican colonies and
theso people nro determined that they
will not bo cheated of their property
after they havo worked so hard to
acqulro and culttvato It.
WILL WORK IN HARMONY.
Chinese Reformer Does Not Think
Execution of Generals Will Lead
Tckln. Presldout Yuan Shi Knl
and Dr. Sun Ynt Son former provis
ional president of tho republic, dined
together Sunday evening nnd later
hold a conference lasting several
hours, during which the political sit
uation .was tliQttvuiUljdlscusscd.
At the conclusion oftrnFcoJiforence
"flTcTTfry ,otit stntementgaylnff'
they wereY1" perfect accord on all
Important q'stlns. Dr. Sun Ynt P.4i
said ho bellevccTirA oxccutloa-of tfen-
eral Chang Chen Wu, who was put to
death for his alleged Implication In a
revolutionary plot at Hankow, would
not lead to troublo and thnt tho north
and south would work together har
moniously in tho future.
Government to Raise Rice.
Manila. Acting Governor Gilbert
nnd party loft Sundny for Mindanao
to Inspect In tho rich Cottobata val
ley a slto for proposed hugo rice plan
tations to ho owned by tho govern
ment. Tho objects of tho government
owned plantation Is to obviate any fit
turo rice famine, nnd to prevent Im
portations which reach a yearly av
erage valued at $GO,000,000 gold.
Judges Refuse to Try Darrow,
Los.Angolos. All of the twelvu su
perior court Judges of Los Angeles
county have refused to preslda at tho
1 second trial ot Clarenco S. Darrow,
tho Chicago lawyer, charged with
jury bribery In his handling ot tho
McN'amara trial. A judgo, under tho
law, may bo assigned from so mo othor
county, but, It was learned no doflntto
uolectlou tins been mode.
Italians Rob Canadian Bank,
Vancouver, I). C. Four Itnllana,
masked nnd carrying automatic re
volvers, robbed tho Cedar Cottagd
branch ot tho Dank ot Hamilton Sun
day night. They escaped In nn nuto
mobllo, nflor a rovohor bnttlo with
the pollco, lu which ono of their num
ber was wounded. Hank officials nro
reticent regarding tho amount taken.
Dlsattrous Electrical Storm.
St. IouIb, Mo. Throo porsons woro
killed and seven others Injured by
lightning which accompanied n bovoio
electrical storm which visited this
city and vicinity Sunday morning.
Tho storm nlso wrought much prop
erty damage on both sides of tho
river Many buildings woro struck by
lightning nnd badly damnged.
Rheumatism Attacks Emperor.
Cnssel, Hes3o Nassau ICmporor Wil
liam Is Buffering considerably from
pnln from tho attack of muscular rheu
mntlsm which has affected him for
soiiio days. Tho doctors in attend
ance havo advised his majesty that It
will bo necessary to nold exposure
I during tho prevailing bad weather.
Suffragettes Try to Starve.
Dublin. Tho forclblo feeding ol
Mary Lolgh and Olady's Kvnns, tho
suffragettes serving terms of tlvo
yoars each, continue. The lord lieu
tenant of Irolaml refuses to grant a
petition for their release.
Forest Fires in California.
Pnsadonn, Cal. Tho forest fire In
Devil's canyon, twenty miles northeast
of here, has swung to tho west,
and now threatens tho entire Pasadtna
watershed. A forco of 160 -mun ure
, fighting the lir-
GOVERNOR REMOVES ATTORNEY
Chief Executive of Oregon and District
Attorney of Multnomah County Clash '
Over Conduct of Official.
Portland. Proceeding tinder n sec
tion of tho code providing that when
ever nn application shall bo made for
clemency for any person convicted of
crlmo, it shall bo tho duty of tho dis
trict attorney, when cnlled upon by
tho governor, to furnish a complete
statement of tho facts in connection
with tho conviction of such person,
nnd that if ho wilfully neglects to do
so, tho governor may remove him nnd
appoint another attorney to fill the va
cancy until tho next general election,
Governor West on Tuesday Issued n
proclamation removing District Attor
ney Cameron of Multnomah county
Simultaneously tho governor np
pointed Walter II. 12 vans, Republican
candidate for district attorney, to fill
Mr. Cameron defies tho governor
nnd says ho will not quit his office
without a fight.
WANT LOWER FREIGHT RATE8.
Delegates to Transmlsslsslppl Com
mercial Congress Believe Lower
Rates Necessary to Progress.
Salt Lako City. Of tho many strik
ing features thnt testified to tho great
work nnd purposes of tho TrunsmlH
slsslppl Commercial congress nt the
opening sessions ot Its twenty-third an
nual convention hero Tuesday, prob
ably nono Is of moro lmportnnco than
tho Introduction of a resolution by
Judgo 13. A. Helm of Wichita, Knns.,
comprehending lower freight rates n
Imperative to tho progress and devel
opment of tho twenty-two stntcB west
of tho Mississippi.
A movement urging tho government
to utlllzo the machinery now In use nt
tho Panama cannl to Improvo tho chan
nel of the Mississippi river for the
drnlnngo reclamation of vaBt areas ol
Bwamp lands' bordering on thnt great
waterway; nlso a proposal that the
federal congress bo asked to appro
priate $5,000,000 toward tho Panama
Pacific International exposition ot 1915
nt San Francisco, formed Important
A lrago number of other vital fac
tors or proposed moves In tho Interest
of western development wero dis
closed either In tho form of resolutions
or In addresses.
Darrow to be Tried Again. ?
TifT irrUw ' niiirrnrir f) TMr, ' d
former chief counsel for tho McNa-
mara brothers, must go to trial Oc- 1
tobcr 21 on an indictment charging t
Jury bribery. Presiding Judgo Willis I
ot tho superior court on Tuesday set CI
tho October date, when Darrow was L
called into court on tho Indictment
charging htm with having bribed RoU
crt Ualn, tho first Juror sworn to'try
Jamos 11 McNamnra, tho confessed
Mann Roasts Democrats.
Washington Inefficient, disorgan
ized, unprogresslvo and Innctlvo, were
words used on TucBday to describe the
work of tho Democratic houso by Re
publican leader Jumes R. Munn. In a
statement reviewing tho accomplish
ments of tho lower houso ot tho Sixty
second congress Mr. Mann character
ized Bomo of tho Domocrats' majority
work as stingy and silly nnd other of
its acts us- puro extravagance
Raise Values In Idaho
noise, Idaho Tho stato board of
equalization has raised tho valuo ot
taxablo property In tho stnto to $450,
000,000. Last year It was $330,000,000.
Forty per cent will bo tnken ns tho
basis for assessment. Tho Short Lino's
vnluatlon Is fixed nt $50,000,000. Tho to
tal valuation of all roads and lnterur
bans Is $85,000,000,
Confesses Murder In Delirium.
Salt Lako City In a fronzy of re
tnorso and drunken delirium, Steve
Isrnol, a Welshman, 24 yeais of nge,
after surrendering himself to tho po
llco Tuosdny night, mndo confosslon
of having brutally murdered nn aged
Jowlsh merchant of North Topekft,
Kan , moro than n year ago
Kills Baby Sister.
North Cobalt, Ont. The 3-year old
Bon of Shcrley Clark caused tho denth ""
of his 11-months-old sUtor by pouring
acid Into her mouth. Tho mother ot
tho children wns nut of tho room whon
tho older child got hold of tho poison
Ambassador Bryce Returning.
Melbourne, Australia. James Dryce.
Ilrltloh nmbassador to tho United
States, who has bcon touring Aus
tralia for some tlmo, left for Washing
ton on Tuesday, via San Francisco,
whero ho Is duo to nrrlve September
12 on tho liner Ventura.
Senator Smith Renominated. ?
Detroit. Voters balloted In stntc- .j
wide prlmnrloa for eandldntcs for na
tional, stato, county nnd city offices.
William Aldcn Smith had no opposi
tion for renomlnntlon for senator on
tho Republican ticket,
New Ship to be Built.
Vallcjo. A sister ship to tho Mo
nocacy will bo built nt Maro Island.
Telegraphic orders to bpyln work wen
received from Wushlnxtoii Tunsday
morning. Doth gunloats v.1'1 ho used
lu Chinese watu