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j SEAT SALE SOR FOR THE OLD BEDSTEAD BEDSTEADOPENSTHIS OPENS THIS MORNINGLaugh MORNINGTHE MORNING MORNINOTHE
with Laugh you youtry and try the to put world the laughs laughswith laugh laughoh THE The fight news is not the only onlynews r rLaugh
jv oh the other fellow through ad advertising ¬ SALT LAKE L ARE HERALD RAL D news that The Herald publishes publishesin
vertising and the eri laugh is at IL you in the best way All the news newsthat
Rusty Mikes e Diary that happens happens to be behere bei
I i i here
Established June Jun 6 1870 SALT A T 9 LAKE T A 1fl OTTV Til A 11 TT11D I
CITY utAH TUESDAY V SEPTE SFPTTFRER mER 4 1906 12 PAGES PrioeFive Price Five Cents CentsI
JOE 1 SANS WINS INS BATTLE BATTlfIN
j j IN FORTYSfCOND I ffl ROUND ROUNDIFouled ROUNDFouied I Iby
IFouled by Nelson Colored Man ManSinks ManSinksf Sinks Sinksto
f l to Floor and Is Carried to toHis toHis I IHis
His Corner CornerDrowchCheers CornerI CornerGrbWthCh
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DrowchCheers ep GrbWthCh wd Ch ers Referee Silers Decision at End of f One of the therf theGreatest theGreatest
rf t Greatest Fights in Pugilistic HistoryBattling History HistoryBattling HistoryBattling
Battling Nelson deliberately fouled Joe Gans in the fortysecond
round of a fight that will go down in history as s one of the greatest
i ring battles of the age Gans slowly sank to the th floor and was carried
I to his corner Referee Siler immediately disqualified Nelson and gave
the fight to Gans on a a foul The blow was struck low after Nelson
apparently felt around on the negro for a vital point to place it The
decision of Siler met with the approval of nearly every one present
At the time the blow was struck the final outcome was still in doubt
Gans had a long lead on points but the Battler was still coming on
for more and was apparently as strong as Gans Twice during the
battle Nelson was knocked down but in each case came up as strong
as if it did not affect him After the fight Gans claimed lIe broke his
I rig right t hand in the thirtythird round and fought from that time un ¬
til the end of the contest entirely with his left hand Referee Siler
warned Nelson against fouling by butting with his head several times
during du ng the contest and said he did not disqualify Nelson at the time
because he believed Gans was not hurt and the crowd wanted to see
a fight
l BY JOEL L PRIEST PRIESTHerald PRI PRIESTp EST ESTHerald
p Herald Staff Correspondent CorrespondentGoldfield CorrespondentGoldfield CorrespondentGo1dfioId
Goldfield Nev Sept 3 3In In the thetottysecond theot theOttysucond
tottysecond ot sacond round of the fiercest ring ringbattle rIngb ringbtIe
battle b l le that has been fought in this thiscountry thIscGluntry thiscGuntry
country in a generation Battling BattlingelS9n
0 kelson elS9n deliberately fouled Joe Gans Gansand Gansand Gansand
and Roferee George Slier promptly promptlyawarded promptlyawarded promptlyawarded
awarded the battle to the negro It Itwould ItwQuld ItWQuld
wQuld have been only a at matter of r a afeu afew afew
few more rounds anyway before Gans Ganswould GansWould Gaiiswould
would have won his fight Round after afterround afterround afterround
round he chopped away at Nelson Nelsonwith NelsonUh Nelsonv1th
with Uh blow after blow uppercuts mid aifdstraight midstralght
straight punches right and left swings swingsThe swingsThe swingsThe
The Danes left eye e e was entirely entirelyclosed entirelyolosed entirelyolosed
olosed after aft or the twentieth round J Jthin A Athin
thin stream of blood trickled from his hisnose hisnose
nose nasa another from his left ear almost almostcontinuously almostQorittnuously almostGontinuously
continuously It was difficult tor the thespectators thespectators thespectators
spectators to understand how Nelson Nelsoncduld Nelsonuld NelsonCiu1d
cduld uld stand the frightful punishment punishmentadministered punishmentndmlnlster punishmentzdmIn1stered
administered d to him but round after afterrbund atterrbund afterrbund
rbund he bent his head smiled a gory gorysmUe gorysm gorysmye
smUe sm smye e and came back for more moreA moreA
A 1 gamer exhibition has never been beenseen beenseen beensoon
seen In a prize ring No gamer fight fightwill fightwJ11 lightvliI
will ever be loQn oqn That the fight ended endedas
as a it did was a disappointment but not nota
a surprise Nelson had roughed things thingsthroughout thingsthroughout thingsthroughout
throughout the encounter Following
the instructions of his extremely clev clever dcvor ¬ i
or manager Billy Nolan he hung on to
Gans at every opportunity Many
times during the encounter he butted
the negro so hard that the latters lip lipwas
J was badly cut and the consequent loss lossof lossof lossof
of blood must have weakened him himgroatly himgroatly himgreatly
groatly
Slier Pulls Danes Hair HairSlier HairSlier HairSlier
Slier warned Nelson several times
Although A the articles of agreement pro provided provided provided ¬
vided that the referee must not touch
the fighters It became necessary for
Slier to push Nelsons head away more
than once Twice he caught the Dane
b ythe hair and Jerked his head off of
Gans shoulder shoulderAll shoulderAn shoulderAll
All doubts doubtgnsto as to GanV Gans gameness were
fordver for ver er set at rest by todays contest
The negro stood up under a lot of pun ¬
ishment in Infighting His right eye eyewas c eyewas e ewas
was cut open and bled profusely He Healso Healso Healso
also bled from the nose Once indeed
it soemed as If he might be knocked knockedout knockedout knockedout
out but later he grew stronger and anduntil anduntil anduntil
until the foul blow was delivered he hexvas heWas hewas
Was full of ginger gingerAnother gingerAnother i
Another evidence of the negros negrosgamencss negrosgamertess negrosgameness
gameness will not n t be known to the thepublic thepu thepublic
public pu 1ic until the accounts of the fight fightare fi fightarc l1t l1tare
are read It was noticed by many of
the spectators that after the thirty
third round Gans didnt use his right
hand h nd except for blocking At the close closeof closeof closeof
of the battle Trainor McDonald made
tho statement that in the thirtythird thirt thlrd
Gans fractured two small bones in his
his rIght hand and rondered ron red It abso
lutaly useless for f r the punching pur purposos purnoseg
posos
At that at he was stronger than Nelson Nelsonand Nels NelsOnand n nand
and would have surely knocked the
Dane out had the fight gone two or
three rounds further furtherHow furtherHow J JJfow
How Foul Occurred OccurredThe OccurredTho OccurredThe
The foul f061 was altogether a palpable palpableono
ono The men were fighting in Gans Ganscorner GansI Ganscorner
corner < Nelson holding on as usual I
Suddenly the th Battler dropped his right rightand rightand rightand
and struck the negro as hard as he hecould heeQuId hecould
could in the groin The first that many
people know of the blow was when
Gans went down with an n expression expressionof
of fearful pafn on his face He lay
writhing on the floor while all the sec seconds seconds seconUs ¬
onds leaped Into the ring It Is claimed
Nolan had told Nelson when he saw
the Battler could not win to lose on a
foul If this be true then Nolan is a
firstclass actor He gave the impres impression ImpresOtlon Impression ¬
sion from his antics that he thought
Nelson had won wonYouve woni
i < Youve won Bat youve ouve won he hephouted hephouted
1 phouted to his dazed bleeding protege protegek
k But Nelson didnot did not seem to be taking
tnjuch uch Interest In anything an thlng just then
Nolan and Nelson hurried away to
their training quarters as soon as SlIer Silerannounced Slierannounced
announced his decision decisionSiler decisionSiler decisionSlier
Siler remained In the ring after aftorGans Gans
had been carried to his quarters and
hundreds of people went up to con congratulate congratulate congratulate ¬
gratulate him himIt himuIt himIt
uIt It was as clear a foul as I ever eversaw eversaw eversass
saw said Slier and I could do noth ¬
ing except disqualify Nelson It was wasmy wasmy wasmy
my only possible course courseOffers courseOffers courseOffers
Offers Another FIght FIghtf Flghtr
f r L L M Sullivan who has been hand
4 A ling UnSlG ans ns and who Who oaated acted as asoffldi officialAan officialAanJiouncerat offl l lan lannounaer
1 J Jiouncerat nounaer at this afternoons nternoo s prpceed prpceedp ¬
p
ings declared that Gans would fight
Nelson again in two weeks for the
purse if the Battler desired the match
Sullivan by b the way created some ¬
what of a sensation by b announcing
prior to the fighting that though Presi ¬
dent Roosevelt had paid no attention
to a telegram sent by Sullivan asking
the executive to attend the fight his
son young Theodore was there ther in the
arena It developed later that tbe
statement was without foundation Mr
Sullivan referred to Roosevelt John L
Sullivan and Eddie Graney of San
Francisco as the nations three thr e great ¬
est citizens which is going some
even
In i n Goldfield Goldfie d Sullivan also threw thre
bouquets with generous voice to Tex
RIckard fightpromoter JImmie Britt
Frankie Neil and other celebrities
Clifford Defeats Ludle LudleThe LudleThe LudjeThe
The preliminary event was a ten
round go between Jack Clifford of Salt
Lake and Bob Lundie of California
The men went at It hammer and tongs
from the tap of the gong It was slug
slug slug with little pretense at sci sd ¬
ence or avoidance of punishment Clif Cli ¬
ford seemed to be In better condition
and his furious blows quickly put
Lundie down Jack went after Luiidio
after a couple of minutes of fighting
in the second round He put Lundle
down dc wn for the
count of nine with a right
to the jaw Lundie staggered to his
feet only to stop a straight left to the
point and down he went again this
time to stay until his seconds carried
him out of the ring ringGreatest ringGreatest
Greatest Fight on Record RecordOf I
Of the main fight it is only necessary
to add that It will be talked talk d about and
written about for years ears and pointed to
as perhaps the greatest exhibition of
Its kind in the history of the ring
Gans the clever boxer the man with
the hard punch stood up against Nel ¬
son the human punching bag Time
after time Gans rocked Nelson with his
blows but the
afternoon
wore
on and I
still Nelson was there standing the
gaff and sometimes holding his own
at a that though Nelson
was waslucky lucky At
least twice he was as all but out stag ¬
gering around the ring with his hands
at his sides
when the gong saved him
But he certainly fought a great fight
a careful fight and he will always be
sure of his niche In pugdoms Hall of oi
Fame Frank McDonald Gans trainer
is also due to a niche for f r McDonald i
prepared Gans so well as to destroy r
utterly the theory that the negro could I
not make the th weight t and stand a L i
gruelllqg contest contestSTORY contestSTOAY I ISTORY
STORY OF FIGHT FIGHTTOLD EIGHTTOLD EIGHf EIGHfTOLD
TOLD BY ROUNDS ROUNDSGans ROUNDSRound
Round One
Gans led off with two light lefts for the th
face and they the clinched Nelson received I
a right to the body and Gans quickly
shot right and left to the face HQ H fol ¬ r
lowed It with a right to the face and am
Nelson missed three left and right swings
for the jaw Gans In a mix shot his 5
right twice to the face and outboxcd
his man at every ever point of the game Gans
jarred Nelson with two rights to the th
jaw and followed them with a left to the tb
face After breaking from a clinch Nel ¬
son walloped his right hard to the jaw ja
and followed it with a left to the same Sam
place Gans then peppered Nelsons face fac S
with triphammer rights and lefts to the th e
face and jaw and kept this up until the th e
gong rang Gans went to his corner with wit wita
a big lead Blood flowed from Nelsons S
ears as he went to his seat seatRound seatRound seatRound
Round Two TwoBoth TwoBoth TwoBoth
Both ware wore up quickly with Nelson the theaggressor th e eaggressor
aggressor Gans uppercut twice with his hisright hisright hi S Sright
right and left which
Jarred Nelson on o a
the jaw ja He followed It with a straight straightright straighright
right to the jaw Nelson seemed imper impervious Jmpervlous Impervioua ¬
vious to punishment and came in at all a LI
times Gans measured his distance and an U Utime
time and again shot his short arm rm rights S
to the Battlers face They went to close closequarters closequarters cbscuarters
quarters and Gans uppercut Nelson Nelsontwice Nelsotwice I
twice to the jaw He H chopped Nelson on a Ii i
the jaw again with stiff rights Nelson Nelsonught a i
fought ught him to toa a clinch and landed a ter terrible terrIble terrlbie ¬
rible rjght to the face In a mixup Gans Gansrocked G1U18rocked Gin S Srocked s
rocked Nelsons head with two wicked wickedright wickedright d dright i
right pun punches hes to the face and followed It ItWith ItyJth I it itwith t
With a short arm jolt to the ear As Asthe Asthe A S Sthe 3
the gong rang Gans worked a hard left leftto leftto id t tto
to the jaw Gans had a good oocl lead and andoutboxed andutboxed an d dutboxed J
utboxed and outgeneraled his man manthroughout manthroughout ma n nthroughout i
throughout
Round Three ThreeNelson ThreeNelson ThreeNelson
Nelson tried to get In close and vans Ganswhipped vanswhipped Gas s
whipped his right to the ear At 4los lose losequarters 105eCulrtcrs e se
quarters Gans uppercut upp rcut twice t iC with right rightContinued ightConti ig igContinued Lt c
Continued Conti ra ued on Page p g 8
t THRONGS to BLOCKSTREET BLOCK STREET IN FRONT OF HERALD TO LEARN NEWS
i
Crowd in Front of The Herald Office Hearing He Jring Bulletins from the Goldfield Id Fight Fightaids Fightf FightThe FightThe
f
The accompanying picture of the SaItI4ke crowd waiting for bulletins from the
GansNelson
aids staff photographer fight In front of The Herald office officewas was taken byTheHer
Harry Shipler
yesterday afternoon shortly after the crowds
began beg to
ture was taken it was printed andwas and andw 3S s pn display in the thcQlgwindow big window of The Herald business busine s n office gather Within thirtyfive thlrt fivemlnutt minutes minut s from the time ti ie the pic ¬
selves Between rounds members of the crowd amused ainus d them
by bypICking picking out their own photographs In the picture ¬
As usual uaua pn m a big occasionThe occasion The Herald He aldfurnlshed furnished the majority of Salt Lake people with their
dines dlnE > sln In Main street and the Interest wa wa6 not only sustained to the end but kept increasing all the news time timeI timn At one time 5000 persons p rsons were wedgedlike wedged like sar ¬
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APOSTLE SMITH SMITHROUNDLY SMITHSROUNDLYSCORED
ROUNDLY ROUNDLYSCORED ROUNDLYSCOREDUnited SCnBE SCnBEUnited
United States District Attorney Attorneyof
of Idaho Expresses His HisOpinion HisOpinion
Opinion of ofJohn John Henry HenrySpecial HenrySpecial HenrySpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldBoise HeraldBoIse HeraldBoise
Boise Ida Sept 3 3N N MJ lI Buick RulckUnited
UnitedStates United States district attorney for Idaho Ida Idaho
ho a Republican officeholder offic holder and close closefriend
friend of Senator Heyburn made a apubllc a
public denunciation of Apostle John L
HenrySmiththis evening for meddling meddi1n
In Idaho politics Incidentally he In involved
volved W V E Eo Borah in his accusations
Mr Ruick got into an altercation altercationwith L
with John L Smith a state senator senatorol of
Cassia county Later they renewed the th
discussion with Increased verbal vevb 11 acri acrimony acrImony acrimony ¬
mony in the rotunda of the Idanha L
hotel which was crowded with strang strangers ¬
ers There Mr Ruick made what whatamounted whatamounted whalamounted t
amounted In effect to a regular speech speechHe I IHe
He said John Henry Henr Smith had come to tothe tothe t
the the irrigation congress ostensibly osten ostensiblyasdeegate lbly as a L I
delegate but really to lay wires to con control ¬
trol the state politically He charged chargedthat chargedthat I
that 1postJ postlo Smith Sml th had been too ac active active
tive in past camDatsns camDatsnsHo camaIgrsHoalluded s sHe
Ho Hoalluded alluded to Borahas Borah as an ally of the thf
Mormon church and paid aid he preferred preferredan preferreI thfI I
an open enemy like Dubois to a afrienc friend frlendwho I
who went into political alliances with a achurch achurch L
church Te exact language used it Is isImpossIble I Iimpossible S
impossible to obtain as Buick has dis disappeared dlsD ¬
appeared D and those who heard the thespeech th thspeech
speech differ In their report of the Ian language
guage though agreeing in their recol recollection
lection of its purport purportRuicks purportRuicks purportRuicks
Ruicks concluding statement was wasparticularly wasparticularly Wa Waparticularly
particularly bitter Referring to the thevisits th thvisits
visits during the campaign of Mormon Mormonapostles lformonapostles Mormoiapostles
apostles he declaredthat declared that they the must mustclose mustclose mus
close You may win this year ear and andou andou am 1
ou o u may win next year he is quoted amS as assaying assaying a aaying S 5
saying s but ultimately we will stop stopthis 7
this t Interference and there will not be bea b ba C j
a grease grease spot left of these men who whocome wh >
come to direct our politics politicsTWO
TWO BOYS BOY DROWNED DROWNEDBoat ROWEDBoat
Boat Capsized in the Lake at Colum Columbia Columbla ¬
bla Gardens Butte ButteButte ButteButte ButteButte
I
Butte Mont Sept 3 3By By the capsizing capsizingof r
of their boat while merrymaking at the thelake theJake th e
lake l of Columbia Gardens last evening
Joseph H Murray aped 18 of Butte and andErnest andErnest am amErnest
Ernest Eathorne aged 20 of o Helena were weredrowned weredrowned wer e i
drowned In about ten feet of water Two Twoother Twoother 0 J
other young men Tim Ryan Tim Cohan Cohanand Cohanand Cohaiand Twia a i
and an unknown youth outh were precipitated precipitatedinto i 1into
into the lake but escaped by swimming swlmrnfnto
to the shore Murrays body was dragged draggedout draggeof
out of the lake with a grappling grapPlln hook hookwhile hookwhl10
while that of Eathorne was taken out by b bHarry
Harry RIegger an employe at the recrea recreafinally recreatJon
tJon park who dived five times before he heInalb h hfinally e
finally succeeded In bringing the body to tothe tothe t 0 0the
the surface surCaceREACH surfaceREACHED
REACHED REACH ED PORT SAFELY SAFELYSandusky SAFELYSandusky
Sandusky 0 Sept 3 3iThe The naptha napthalrunch a
lunch Adeline which was reported as asmissing asmissIng a amissing S aS
missing late last night with more than thans tha a
a score of persons on board reached her herdocks he hedocks ar r
docks here In safety early today The Thelaunch Th e elaunch
launch went hard aground on the sand san d
bar near Johnsons island last evening eveningand eventsand g dg
and remained in that position until found
by one of the numerous boats sent out In Insearch j jsearch i
search of her until early this morning morningTRAGEDY mornlngTRAGEDY morningTRAGEDY
TRAGEDY IN IOWA IOWADavenport IOWADavenport IOWADavenport
Davenport Ia Sept 3 3Henry Henry Brenter Brentershot rsho r
shot sho and kiled Grace Reed last night nightseqrely nigh nighsevqrely
seqrely wounded Samu Samuel l Moore a SUC SUCcessful su I
cessful rival and then put ut the th muzzle muzzleof muzziof 1UzzI 1UzzIof Ic 9
of arifle a rifle Un In hismouth his mouth and andbIewo1 blewoff blew oft f
the top Of hisown his own head headI headc
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nOU8fBLOWN UP UPWIT lipITK
WIT ITK H UYNAMlJEConstabulary DYNAMITE
Constabulary C Finally Dislodgethe Dislodgetheitalian
the theitalian Italian Murderers at atPunxsutawney atPunxsut atPunxsut
Punxsutawney Punxsut wney wneyPa wneyPaPunxsutawney Pa PaI PaPunxsutawney v vj
I
Punxsutawney Pa Sept j 3 3Tw 3Twmenib Two Twomembers
r members menib m md rs Of of the state constabulary constaiml ry
d dead deadone ead one onedying dying andtwo others wound w und unded
e ed d Is the result of a riot with Italians at atFlorence
I Florence lorence seven miles from here yes
t terday One of the Italians Ita1iat is dead deadanother deadanothor
a another a is slightly wounded woun1 d and two twoare
a are a re under arrest while the house in inwhich inwhich
t which w hich the rioters barricaded them themselves themselv
s selves selv s s is 1 a wtck from dynamite used sed
I by b y the troop < yis s to dislodge the rioters riotersDead riotersDead
Dead DeadPrivate
Private PrlvateJohn John Henry Philadelphia
Private Francis Vahririger Vahrlng r Con Conshocken Conshocken
shocken shockenUnidentified shockenUnidentified s
Unidentified Italian ItalianSeriously ItalfanSeriously
Seriously wounded Private Homer C
Chambers C < Rochester Pa PaThe Parhe PaThe
The less > seriously wonded are arePrl arePrlvate Pri Private ¬
vate v ate William A Mullen Harrisburg
foot f oot George Felitszki aged aged12 12 a son of ofa ofa ol olrioter
a rioter rioterWith rioterWith rioterWith
With the arrival of reinforcements reinforcementsentrance reinforcementsntrance
entrance e into the house was effected effectedut
1 but b ut the troops were driven off Private PrivateVahringer PrivateVahrlnger
Vahrlnger being left dead d ad by his flee fleeIng fieeing
I Ing ng comrades comradesEarly comradesEarly
Early this mornirtfe the house was dy dynamited
1 namlted n and set afire by the troopers trooperswho
i who arrested two Italians in the house housebefore housebefore houmefore
1 before b the flames gained headway A Asearch Asearch j jearch
search s is being made for t the e others othersALLEGED othersALLEGED
ALLEGED j AGITATORS AGITATORSARRESTED AGITATORSARRESTEDfIN
ARRESTED IN 1 N ARIZONA ARIZONATucson
Tucson Ariz Sept 3 3CoIlis Collis Hum Humbert Humbert Humert
1 bert b ert a Frenchman and Leonardo VII VHlareat Vilareat
1 lareat and Bruno Trevino Mexicans Mexicanswere Mexicanswere Mexlcansere
i were ere arrested early today at Mowry Mowryand Mowr lowryand r
i and a nd Patagonia mining camps where wheremany wheremany
many miners min rs are ar employed The ar arrests arrests ¬
rests r were made by Immigration I In Inspector Inpector
spector s Murphy and Rangers Olds and andClark andCi anc ancClark
Clark Ci rk It Is charged that the men are areagitators aregJtators ar argitators
agitators a who were attempting to or organize organize ¬
ganize a force of Mexican miners to toattack t tttack
attack a Nogales Sonora and capture capturethe capturethe capturhe
the t he customs house and the arsenal of ofthe ofthe 0
the t he Rurales Letters found on the theprisoners th thprisoners
prisoners show that their plans were weredirected wendirected
directed by Mexican revolutionist lead leaders
ers e rs in St Louis The letters also in Indicated
dicated that the revolutionists have or organizations organizations organizatlons
ganizations in forty fort cities tind nd that thatthey thatthey I Ithey
they will become active as soon as asthey a s Shey
they t can secure arms < The alleged agi agitators agitators
tators are in jail in Nogales Ariz ArizNEW ArIzII ArIzNEW
II IIfJEW
NEW PROVINCE DESIRED DESIREDRome DESIREDRome DESIREDRome
Rome Sept 3 3The The congregation of the tb e
Company of Jesuits today examined examinedproposition a airoposluon aproposItion
proposItion presented by Father Fath r Rudolph I
Mayer of St Louis Mo for transform ¬
ing the Jesuit mission In Canada Into Intonew a
new province A definite decision Is ex expected exp expected ¬
pected p ctcd to be taken before the th congrega ¬
tion dissolves dissolvesSUICIDE dissolvesSUICIDE dissolvesSUICIDE
SUICIDE OF POLITICIAN POLITICIANSedalla POLITICIANSedalia
Sedalia Mo Sept 3 3W W E kHansber kHansberger Hansbqr Hansbqrger Hansb r rger
ger a prominent Democratic Democr tic politician politiciancommitted polltJciancommitted politiciancommitted
committed suicide here
today He was wa S
despondent over financial reverses reversesSTRKE
II IISTRKE >
STRKE IN HUNGARY HUNGARYPetroseney HUNGARYPetroseney
Petroseney Hungary Sept 3 3As As the theresult th thresult
result of a collision between troops and andstriking an anstriking
striking coal miners mln rs here today 175 miners minerswere S Swere
were w r injured i jure
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n OfFER FER Of PARnoNIHE PARDON PARDONTHE
THE FUlL EXTENT EXTENTPreside EXTENTresidetitPaIrnaWilI
President Preside P residetitPaIrnaWilI t Raima PalnlaWili Will Not Make MakeFurther MakeFurther
Further Concessions to toCuban toCub toCuban
Cuban Cub n Insurgents InsurgentsHavana
t
Havana Sept 3 3President President Palma in inan Inan
a an interview tonight with the Associat Associated ¬
ed e ed d Press puts an end to the expectation expectationthat expecta oI1 oI1that
that t he h would make any concessions concessionswhatever con essions essionswhatever
whatever w to the rebels beyond the offer offerof offerof
c of o f pardon already alread extended The pres ¬
ident i said he could not possibly make makesuch makesuch
such s e concessions either now or here hereafter hereafter ¬
after a fter and could not see in anyevent anyeventwhat anyeventwhat any evenl
what w hat the government could offer be beyond beyond beond ¬
yond y ond what has already been done doneAmerican doneAmerican doneAmerican
American intervention the president presidentsaid presidentsalq presidentaid
s said s aid had not been considered because becausethe becau5ethe becausehe
the t he government believed it could end endthe endthe
the t he insurrection without assistance assistanceConcerning assistanceConcerning
Concerning the reported r quarrel with withVice withVIce L
V Vice ice President Mendez Capote and the therumors therumors th
rumors r that the latter is trying to have havehim havehim havtim
him h im deposed President Palma said saidSuch saidSuch
Such a report is a malicious slander slanderon
on o n a distinguished patriot and lo loyal loyalfrIend al alfriend i
friend f of the administration and my mypersonal my myersonal th thersona1 r
personal ersonal friendInsurgents rrJendInsurgerits friend
Insurgents Scattered ScatteredNo
No fighting of consequence consequence is report reported ¬
ed e d The principal engagement reported reportedtoday reportedtoda reportecoday I
today toda t is one in which Colonel Valle Vallecommanding ValIecommandIng
ValleI
commanding c a force which sallied a aweek aweek r I
A week w eek ago from Clenfuegos encountered encounteredthis rI I
j this t morning at Cumanayuga Santa SantaClara SantaClara SantrClara L
Clara < province a force of insurgents insurgentswhom insurgentswhom Insurgentswhom
whom he scattered taking ten prison prisoner ¬
er c Js 1zs arms and horses horsesTWelVo horsesT
cI TWelVo T el hundred militia cavalry and andinfantry andInfantry am amnfantry I
i infantry I have been organized at then thenftiegos 6lenfuegos Ien Ienfuegos
fuegos to defend the city cit Pits have havebeen haebeen
been b bi een dug and wire fortifications erected erectedin erecten I
in i n the weak portions of the city cityThe cityThe
The boys at the reform school at atGuanajay atGuanajay a aGuanajay t
Guanajay today endeavored to escape escapeand escapeand escapand
and join the insurgents but butwere > were re recaptured recaptured reaptured ¬
captured c and returned to the institu institution Institution instituion ¬
tion t
tionA
A band of insurgents is supposed to tobe tobe t te D
i be b e between Santiago and Guantanaco GuantanacoCUBAN Guantanacot GuantanacoCUBAN GuantanacoCUBAN
t
CUBAN PEOPLE DO NOT NOTAGREEJAMTH NOTAGREE
AGREEJAMTH AGREE AGREEWITH WITH PALMA PALMAHavana PALMAHavana PALMIHavana t
Havana Sept S pt3Peaco 3 3Peace Peace through politlr politlrcal polfUcal poiltial
cal c al compromises Is the sole topic of con conversation conversation ¬
versation today in all the best informed informedcircles informedcircles conI I
circles where it Is recognized reco nlzed that this thisis thisis thi this S
is i s the only way a of bringing about a set settlement se setlement setlement ¬
tlement t of Cubas Internal troubles troublesTherefore troublesTherefore
Therefore there is a general disposition dispositionnot disposltiolnot i
not to agree with the stand taken by b bPresident
President Palma that the government governmentliould governmentsllQltld t
sllQltld liould not treat with the insurgents governmena upon uponthe uponthE a
thE t he > basis of arranging a compromise upoii and andthe am amthe i
the president Is understod to have al already alread already ¬
ready read modified his attitude to the ex extent extcnt ¬
tent that he has no objections toprivate toprivatenegotiations to private privatenegotiations privatnegotiations cxC C
negotiations on the subject It is believed believedbeyond believedbeond d
beyond further doubt that an attempt to toreach toreach t 0 1
reach peace through some compromise compromisewill cornpromlswilt tC C 1
will now be made madeSHERIDAN madeSH madeSHERIDANIS
SHERIDAN SH SHERIDANIS ERI DAN IS DOOMED DOOMEDWashington DOOM DOOMEDWashington ED EDWashIngton
Washington Sept 3 3Dlspatches Dispatches re received rp r ¬
celved today at the war department departmentfrom departmentfrom It t
from Honolulu indicate that the trans transport transport i ¬
port Sheridan cannot canno be saved She is isnearly isnearly 1 s
nearly filled with water and her en engines engines englues 1L L ¬
gines are arefiooded flooded and useless uselessThe uselessThe
The war department has ordered orderedthe order orderthe d dthe a
the transport Buford to sail from Seat Seattle Seattle ¬
tle at once and the transport Thomas Thomaswill Th mas maswill ma mawill s
will sail from San Francisco Wednes Wednesday Wednesday ¬
day with y wreckingapparatus lth wrecking appat tus in order orderto ord rtosavesuch r
to tosavesuch sayersuch portionsof portions of the Sheridan Sheridanas SheridaE5 II 1
as s may maybe be possible
I
I
t OIER V R 73Q 11 1 1IS1I ro 1 t1 n t r rt
V1SITt IS1I RfsnRJSRecord
Record R ecord Breaking Season Se son for forPleasure forI
I Pleasure Ple ur Places in and andNear
1 Near NearS Salt SaitLake ilt Lake LakeNearly LakeNearly
I Nearly threequarters of a million millionpeople ml11lonpeople millioneople
Ip people p visited vIsIted the Salt s lt Lake L ke resorts resortsduring resortsdurIng resorturing
during d he season season lof of of1306 1306 which closed closedyesterday closedyesterday I
yesterday y with Labor II
withLabor day The total I i
attendance a at the fourresorts four resorts was as a i
follows followsSaltair f oHowsSultalr
Saltair S
260000 I
Salt S alt Palace alace
225000 I l
Lagoon J
J50000 I
Wandamere
95266 95266Total 95266Total
Total 73Q2C6 5
In addition to tothls this number the can canyon
yon y on resorts < near salt Lakeand Lake ahd the th thgden
Ogden O gden canyon can on were largely patronized
but b ut figures on the attendance were not notobtainable
obtainable o yesterday
The recordbreaking attendance this thisyear j
year y ear has Impressed the proprietors of o r
the t he resorts with the necessity n cessity of mak ¬
ing i ng further furtherprovision provision to entertain entertaintour entertaintoursts tour tourJsts tourJsts
Jsts sts and visitors next year and at all anof a I
of o f the resorts res rts improvement will be bemade bemade
made m mi ade At Wandamere a a spacious danc daneng
ing i ng pavilion will be built during the thewinter th J I
winter months monthsManager
Manager John Halvorsen of the Salt t
Palace willleave will leave for the east In a ashort ashorttime short shorttime t
time t to sign up new attractions for next nextyear nextyear nex I t
year A skating rink will be opened at a t
Saltair Sept 15 and two trains daily dailywill dailywili dai1 y r
will be run to accommodate the skat skaters
ers The Wandamere people are are con congratulating congratulating
gratulating themselves over their th l1 sue suecess success
cess in operating a resort without the thesale thesale tilisale
sale of liquor and without opening on onSunday onSunday oi oiSunday j
Sunday SundayThe SundayThe SundayThe
The attendance at the various resorts resortsyesterday resortsesterday
f
yesterday was as follows Saltair 6000 6000Wandamere 6 OO OOWandamere
Wandamere 7500 Lagoon 6500 It Itwas Itwas 1 1was t
was impossible to get the theattendanee theattendaneeat attendance attendanceat
at the Salt Palace but It was a record recordbreaker recordbreaker recordbreaker I
breaker breakerHERMAN I
v
HERMAN OELRICHS OELRICHSDIES OELRICHSDIES OELRICHSDIES
DIES ABOARD SHIP SHIPNewport HIP HIPNewport
Newport I RI R I ISept Sept 3 3Herman Herman Oel Oelrlchs Oclrlchs
rlchs of New York died Saturday on o 1
board the steamer Kaiser Wilhelm der de r r
Grosse while on his way wa to this country countryaccording couritryflccordlng
according j to a wireless message mcss ge received I Iere J
h here ere today from that steamer by Mrs Mr
Oelrichs Oelrichsleft O lrlchs lrlchsIrs
Mrs Irs Octrlchs accompanied b by her son L
Herman and by Mrs W T lYander K Vanderbilt Ut
left for New York during the afternoon 1
to meet the steamer steam r Charles M lL Oelrichs Oelrichsa
a brother of the dead man also leftdur
Ing the day for the metropolis metropolisPOUSH mct metropolisPOLISH opo1fs
00 00POLISH
POLISH SOCIALISTS SOCIALISTSNew
New York Sept 3 3The The annual biennial biennialconvention biennialconvcntion 1 lconvention
convention of o the Polish Socialist Alli A1Uance
ance of merica Is being held here It I I
has the twofold twof ld purpose of spreading the thepropaganda thepropaganda th B
propaganda of socialism in this country countr countrand er r r
and furthering the agitation for free Knd Kndunited ten md mdunited I
united Poland It is said that nearly nearl every ever
tate In the union is represented More e °
than 700 local organizations of various
kinds are said to be connected with the thealliance thealUance th thalliance Q
alliance alUanceAdam allianceAdam
Adam Slovlk of Newark presided at the theopening theopening th eopening e
opening session s sslon yesterday yesterdaPOWER yesterdayPOWER
POWER HOUSE BURNED BURNEDKansas BURNEDKansas BURNEDKansas
Kansas City Sept 3 3The The power powerhouse rhouse r
house of the Kansas Cityand City and Leaven Leavenworth Leavenworth Leavenworth
worth Electric Railway company at atWpIGott a i iWpicott 1
Walcott Kan fifteen fifte n miles west est of ofthis c f fthis
this city was as burned tonight with all aUIts a aits II
its valuable valuableS valuableSmachinery machinery Loss 300000 300000I
I
11RR IRRIGATION GATlON IS ISTHE IsTHE
THE BATTLE CRY CRYFirst
First Day of the Congress at atBoise a aBoise atBoise
Boise a Pronounced Suc Success Success Suecess ¬
cess in Ail Respects RespectsLETTER RespectsLETTER RespectsLETTER
LETTER FROM ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTADDRESS ROOSEVELTADDRESS
ADDRESS BY VICE PRESIDENT PRESIDENTFATR PRESIDENrFATRBANKS PRES1DEN1FATRBANKS
FATR FATRBANKS FATRBANKSSpecial BANKS BANKSSpecial
4 + Special to The Herald HeraldBoise P t tBoise PBoise
+ Boise Ida Sept 3 3Thls This after afternoon 4 4 4noon
+ f noon the Utah delegation met and andorganized 4 4organized f
+ f organized with Fisher Harris of orSalt fi fif
+ f 4 Salt Lake as chairman and Joseph JosephStahford 44 44taliford f
+ f Staliford of Ogden as secretary 5ocretart4 5ocretart4The H 44The
+ f The following committee men weref werefnamed were ere erenamed + + < 4named
+ named Credentials I C ThOr Th r rson f
f son resolutions R W Young Youngorganizer 4 + 4 4organizer
+ organizer John Henry Smith SmithThe H 4The HThe
+ The delegation voted to urge urgeFred 4 4Fred +
+ Fred J I Kiesel of Ogden for prod 4 + + 4 4dent 4
4 4 dent of the congress but Mr Kie Klesel 4 4sd <
+ sel sd demurred and it is S not yet a acertainty 41 4 4certainty
4 + certainty that he will permit his hisname 4 4 4name
4 + name to go before the congress for torthe 4j 4
4 the presidency presidencyIt 4j
+ It was also decided to support supportWashington 4 11
+ Washington D C for the next nextmeeting 4 4meeting
+ meeting place of the congress congressBY congress + 4 4e 4BY
e f t t I t t t t + t I IBY
BY A N McKAY McKAYSpecial McRAYSpecial Y YSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldBoise HeraldBoise HeraldBoise
Boise Idaho Id ho Sept 3 3Boise Boise thw thwbeautiful th9fb thobeautiful
beautiful b auUful gay with bunting and flags flagshas fiagshas flagshas
has t tthe takenitb takent JtluJuaand thjusancl delegates to tothe tothe
the fourteenth irrigation congress ta taits tt ttJtJ t tit3
its heart and hoittpV h011W 1 welcomecould welcome cvelconeGcould
could be warmer no nothos2ftty J1tlS osnualUty tl t more moreof m morecordial Ort Ortcordial
cordial The streets atdcpr4t r te 1 the thehomes thehomes
homes adorned anti4pf myrIad myrIadof
of lights glitter in n the th citys cenjter cenjterTo c cenjrTo IJ r rTo
To a a Utah man man lA L W Shurtliff of ofOgden ofOgden ofOgden
Ogden has fallen tile tIl honor hon r of presid presiding presidIng preslding ¬
ing over the congress owing to the thaabsence theabsence thoabsence
absence of Governor Pardee of Call California CaIlf Callfornia ¬
fornia f rnla its president who was w s unable unableto
to attend Mr Shurtliff makes an ad admirable admIrable admirable ¬
mirable dignified presiding officer officerBy officerBy officerBy
By some inexplicable inexpllc le overstehttboth overstehttbothMayor O oversightbothMayor v rsJih both bothMayor
Mayor Pinney of BOIse aiiffj anyrror anyrrorGooding rJKrror rJKrrorGoodlng rror rrorGooding
Gooding of Idaho who made tho first firstaddresses firstaddresses firstaddresses
addresses of welcome failed to take takecognizance takeccgnlzance takecognizance
cognizance of the presence of Vice VicePresldent YlcePX VicePiesldent
Presldent PX > esldent Fairbanks
Hit Made by Senator Dubois DuboisSenator DuboisSmator DubolsSator
Senator Dubois was the last to make makaan makean maken
an a n address of welcome After Aft r extend extendng extendIng extendg
Ing in inti ng g greetings to the delegates and dls dlstingulshed dlsth disigulsied
tiv tingulshed th ti guisned visitors he turned to the thevicepresident theviceDre theicepresjdetflttnd
vicepresident viceDre v icepresjdetflttnd tdentand and bade himwelcome himwelcomeo him welcome welcometo
to t tSt o the statein state In a speech which for felic felicity felicIty beliey ¬
Stc ity St y of diction and grace of thought thoughtcould thoughtcould thoughtould
Sth could c scarcely be excelled concluding concludinge
he h e said saidThis saidThis saidThis
This state two years ears ago gave go 6 you younearly younearly youearly
nearly n all of its votes and should you yoube yoube youe
be b e nominated two years hence for the thepresidency th thpresidencyit theresidency
presidency p here Senator Dubois Duboispaused Duboispaused Dubolsaused
paused p as the groat audience leaned leanedforward leanedforward leanedorward
f forward to hear the conclusion of the thesentence thesentence theentence
sentence s It wasnt ended UBut But it la laImpossible IsImpossible s smpossible
i Impossible he went on to foretell foretellthe foretellthe foretellhe
t the trend of politics in this country
Should S you ou be elected to tohe the flflgsMhcy h Y
the t west will have a staunch fici frid ltd bd at atthe ntthe athe
the t he helm of government governmentUtah governmentUtah governmentUtah
Utah Excels in Fruit FruitUnless FruitUnless FruitUnless
Unless ull signs fall tho cup offered offeredi offeredby
by b y Senator Clark of Montana for the thebest theest
best b est fruit exhibit will ba brought back backto backto
to t o Utah The displays qf other states statesI statesare
are a re admirable but Utah Utahsurpft5ses surpasses all aUIn alln
In I n addition to the fruits such as years yearsapples yearspples
apples a peaches and grapes shown sh wn by
IU Idaho I and Oregon there are in the thetJtah thetah
Utah U tah exhibit late cherries from Brig Brigam
hf 1 ham am City ity and raisin pomegranates pomegranatesfrom pomegranatesfrom
1 from f rom DlxIe Besides the showing of al almonds almonds almonds
i monds liazelnuts and walnuts from fromDixie fromixie
1 Dixie D ixie also is excellent while the cottoa cottoafrom cottOt1from cottoarom
i from f rom St George excites much comment commentPresident commentresident
President P Judd of the State Hoiticul HOltlculture Hoiticuiure
i ture t ure society is active and ubiquitous ubIqultoun
i in n charge of the exhibit exhibitJ
J I D Wadleigh of Pleasant Grove GroveJ
J P Miller of Moab C A Hicken Hickenlooper Hlckenooper
l looper l ooper of Ogden and Joseph E E Tay Tayr
lor b bb r secretary all members of the state stateoard
board b oard are present and have assisted assistedn
in i n the collecting and installation of
1 the t he display Other Utah hortlculture hortlcultureIsts
ists i sts who have exhibits on the grounds groundsand groundsand groundsnd
and a nd are helping are W T O Knudson KnudsonInspector Knudsonnspector
inspector i for Box Elder county Robert RobertE
E Wilson Inspector and Assistant In Inspector Inpector
spector s Mclvednick of Weber county countyand countynd
j and a nd Martin Christopherson who Is isere
here h ere as the representative of the Hor
ticultural t society ofSalt of Salt Lake county countyNo countyNo
No Wormy Exhibits ExhibitsUtahlost ExhibitsUtah
s sUtah
Utah Utahlost lost the Clark cup CURat at Ogden two twoears twoears >
years y ears ago because the judges discov discovered discovered dlscovered
ered some wormy fruitJn fruit In the exhibit
This fault is being carefully caf fully guarded guardedagainst guardedgainst
against a this year only onl selected fruit fruitwas fruitwis
w was s accepted and before an apple OP OPa ora cca
a pear or a peach is placed on an ex exhibition e ehibitlon oxilbitlon ¬
hibition l plate it is being examined examtn d un under under under ¬
der a glass by Mr Hickenloopor of ofOgden ofOgden
Ogden and Professors Ball and North Northrop Northrop Northop ¬
rop r op of the Agricultural college collegeSome collegeSome collegeSome
Some imperfect fruit has been found foundand foundand foundand
and the existence of scale in the pears pearsr pearsin
In I n one district supposed to be free from fromit fromt
it I t has been discovered In all several
boxes of fruit fruithave have been thrown out outby outby outby
by these agents The exhibit as in installed Instal1ed installed ¬
stalled is almost perfect It is being beingexamined b beingexamined ing ingexamined
examined by hundreds and the pub publie public pubic
lie l ic verdict already rendered is Utah Utahfrst Utahfirst
first the rest behind behindSome behindSome behindSome
Some Political Effort EffortSome EffortSome EffortSome
Some studied effort has already been beenmade beenmad
made made to utilize the congress for small Shallpartisan stial1partisan
partisan advantage Governor Good GoodIng Goodng
ing I ng of Idaho was the first offender Mr MrGoodipg MrGooding
Gooding Is a man who at a distance distanceresembles distanceresembles
resembles Professor Talmage of ofthe ofhe
the t he University of Utah The illusion is isdispelled isdispelled isdispelled
dispelled when he begins to speak for forhe torhe forhe
he lacks the fire and eloquence of the theUtah theUtah
Utah scientist Governor Goodings Goodingsspeech GoodIngspeec oodingsspeeeli
speech peec which wh Ich was to haVe lr ye been beenone beenoneof ono n nof
of welcome well ome led upto a carefully con constructed constructe constructed ¬
structed Roosevelt climax climaxHe cUmaxHe climaxHe
He told how Mr Roosevelt six years yearsago yearsago yearsago
ago at St Anthony when running for
the th vicepresidency Yl g gve ve the7ivest t1 w t the thejfi
jfi first 3t promise on pu the t e subjectgf subject QfftJiga r IrIga IrIgaticn riga
VicePresident Fairbanks was was
observed o se ed to smile s natalnt1y faintly at thisinti thisinUContinued thislnttContinued
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