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MAN AND WIfE WIfEEAT VIFEEAT
EAT POISON POISONAND POISONfr
fr AND ARE AREDEAD AREDEAD
DEAD DEADMrs
Mrs Frank L Kaiser Makes IYIakesa
a Fatal Mistake and Puts a aDeadly aDeadly
Deadly Poison in Dumplings DumplingsInstead DumplingsInstead
Instead of Baking Powder PowderDELAY PowderDELAY
DELAY IN GETTING AID AIDPROVES AIDt
t PROVES TO BE FATAL FATALPhysi FATALPhyskans
Physi Physkans ians Who Are Called Are AreNo AreNonpiused
No Nonpiused plused for a TimeUn TimeUntil Time Un Until
til Woman Remembered of ofPutting ofPutting
Putting Rat Poison Into Can CanipOWDER CanPOWDER
ipOWDER POWDER TO BE EXAMINED EXAMINEDAs EXAMINEDA
the result of miltaking an ansenic ar arsenic
As
senic compound for baking bakingpowder bakingpowder
powder Mrs Frank L Kaiser of 348 348Elizabeth 348lizabeth
Elizabeth avenue and her husband are arelying arelying
lying dead at the undertaking rooms roomsof roomsof
of S DEvans D Evans The arsenic com compound cornpound
pound was used as baking powder powderin
in dumplings eaten by husband and andwife andwife
wife at a fatal SundRY dinner yes yesterday yesterday
terday terdayThe terdayThe
The poison came from Rough on onA onBats
A Rats which had been carelessly carelesslyplaced carelesslyplaced
placed in a baking powder can and andwhich andwhich
which was mistaken for bAking pow powder powder
der by Mrs Kaiser in preparing the thedumplings thedumplings
dumplings
When the KaIser iamlly moved to the
house about three months ao 80 they found founda
a number of cans containing Rough on
Rats These were all emptied Into one ontl1aking
taking powder can Sunday afternoon
Mrs lrs Kal Kaiser er made some dumplings In Inr InLer
Ler r hurry to get them prepared for din dlnnpI dinshe
npI she took the can colltalnlng the theRough theRough
Rough on Rata and placed the powder powderin
in the dumplings thinking It was bak
Ing powder powderAt
At 4 oclock she and her husband sat sat1own sat1Wfl
1own to dinner Several of the dumplings dumplingswere
were eaten and at the time Ira Kal Katser Katserremarked er
1 marked to her husband that the bak bakjrg hakrg
jrg rg powder must have been very poor as asth ast
th t he dumplings had failed to rt rise e At about
41 4 oelook both were ehled with Bevere Bevereramps everecramps
ramps Various remedies Were tak takDne takn
Dne n ite of whl whith h relieved the pain As the the1ath theIh
1ath Ih Incre lncreed the neighbors were called calledin
in and at I odock DnR Dr It L Brownfield Brownfieldand
and A R Irvine arrived The Kaisers KaisersWpre Kalsersvere
Wpre Unable to tell the physIcians the theIause
4 Iause of their IUneSll IUneSllTbe lllnesThe
The physicians learned later of the pow powder powder
der being used In the dumplings The can caoas canvas
vas as secured uroed but s there was no label label1On labelupon
upon It they did not know the nature oC oCtile ofthe
tile poison polsonIrs S
Irs Kal KaIser er then remembered that when whenhe
he moved into the house she had take takefme takena
a fme Rough on Rata from some cans cansand cansarid
and poured It Into the baking powder can canArsenic canArsenic
Arsenic antidotes were administered but butthe buta
a the polson had done Its deadly work workWhen workWhen
When the physicians left the house at atX
X p m the patients were somewhat somewhatller somewhatcIer
ller At 6 oclock Dr Brownfield re reftved reved
ftved ved 1 telephone me nsaage age telling him himthat himthat
that the woman was suffering from a atHmorrhage amnrrhage
tHmorrhage of the stomach When the thedoctor thedoctor
doctor reached the house the woman was wasinconscIOU8 IUII IUII1mcon
1mcon inconscIOU8 clous and died within a few mo moDl meTueflt5
Dl Tueflt5 Tueflt5Mr nts
111 Kai Kaiser er was removed to the L D S SospIta1
11 spital In the hope that his life might migbtb
b saved He gradually grew worse worselwever WoneIIwever
lwever IIwever and at 8 oclock he died diedKaiser dtedKaiser
Kaiser was a railroad engineer and a aDkmber arirnber
Dkmber of Salt Lake Lodge Ko 178 of oft11 ofthe
t11 the < e Brotherhood ot Locomotive Engineers EngineersFor
For several years he wu employed as an annglneer annglneer
nglneer on the Oregon Short Line and andryed andrved
ryed his last time at Pocatello After After1alng Afterlaving
laving the en1ce of the railroad com comcny cornhfly
cny > he was employed as furniture fin fini fInjher
i jher heI for the Warren Paul Furniture com comJ
J a anY anYThe n
The nThe local lodge of Locomotive Engineers Engineerswill
will take charge of the bodies until rela relati TeIativeS
ti tiveS o > s In San Francisco and Kansas City Cityt
t I heard from fromThp fromThe
The can from which the powder wall wallh wastkn
h tkn kn will bp b turnPd over to CIty Chemist ChemtIItman ChemistI
IItman I man Harms today for analysis analysisS
S S
i AUTO IS STRUCK STRUCKBY
BY FAST TRAIN TRAINS
Five Persons Are Killed While WhileReturning VhileReturning
S
Returning to St Louis LouisFrom LouisFrom
From Resort ResortSt
St Louie Aug 29Flve persona were werekilled werekilled
killed today by the oolllsion of their theirautomobile theirautomobile
automobile with a Rock Illland passen passenger passenger
ger train ijear ear here Tbe dead who whowt whoWere
wt Were > re residents ent of St LeuIII are areTheodorE
I TheodorE F Witte WitteTheodore WitteTheodore
Theodore Vltte jr a aged < < ed I IIrs LF
Mrs Irs Carl Klinge KlingeIiSB KlingeMiss
F Miss Halcyon Campbell CampbellFrederick CampbellFrederick
Frederick O Wltte WttteThe WltteThe
The party had been at Creve Coeur Coeurlake Coeurlake
lake a resort t twelve elve miles west of the thejh thecity
city jh and were Jlpeedinc homeward homewardwl1 homewardwhen
wl1 when < n killed Unable to see the train trainr
r to hear its approach because of the thenoise theJ
J noise ma1ehJ ma1e by the motQr In driving the theautomohU theautomoMi
automohU up the embank embankMent ent Theo Theodore meodore
dore Witte tlered directly 10 the path pathof
1 of the train which was making about aboutforty aboutforty
forty mil m1s an hour hourThe hourThe
The lucornutive s struck the automobile automobilefquarely automobileequarely
fquarely Mr Vltte and his brother brotherwere brotherwere
were tIS tSei1 t > tl forty feet The boys body bodyciroppe4
dropped from the front of the train an aneighth aneighth
eighth 11 i a mile down the track and andthe
the Women caught In the tonneau tonneauwere
I were clu ciuhed hed almost beyond recogni recognition recognitior
tion In the wreckage which was car carrIed carned
ned a quarter of a mile beyond the thescenE thescene
scenE of th the accident aceidentTheoo accidentTheodoze
Theoo Theodoze rp Wltt was the only member memberof
of the party Dot instantly killed He Hesurvived
L survived long enough to be brought to toa tna
J a hospital In St Louis but died there therwithout therewithout
without regaining consciousness conacfoulJnesaLOS consciousnessLOS
LOS ANGELES HAS HASSOME HASSOME
SOME HOT WEATHER WEATHERLos
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I MONARCHS OF THE AIR ARE AREINTRODUCED AREINTRODUCED
INTRODUCED BY A MONARCH
COUNT ZEPPELIN KAISER OF GERMANY GERMANYBERLIN GERMANYI3
BERLIN I3 ERLIN Aug 29The airship Zeppelin III with Count Zeppelin at atthe atthe
the helm arrived safely at Berlin shortly after noon today The Thevoyage Thevoyage
voyage from Friedrichshafen where the start was made Friday was wasmErked wasmarked
marked by an accident to the airship which caused a considerable delay delayat delayat
at JHtterfield
At that point Count Zeppelin met the thecraft thecraft
craft and was greeted by the croWn croWnprince croivnprince
prince representing th emperor The Theemperor Theemperor
emperor witnessed the arrival arrivalTwo arrivalTwo
Two monarchs of the all Count Zep Zeppelin Zeppelin
pelin and Orville Wright met at Berlin Berlinthis Berlinthis
this afternoon They were Introduced by bythe bythe
the monarch of the German empire Mr MrVright MrWright
Wright was surprised at the emperors emperorstechnical emperorstechnical
technical knowledge of flying machines machinesIn
In a talk with Count Zeppelin Mr MrWright MrTrgft
Wright Trgft expressed admiration for the won wondrful wOnderfut
drful airship the count bad constructed constructedHe
He Hid he would like to see experi experiments experlments
ments with smaller craft on the same sameaYlltem samesystem
system however lUll vessels such as those thos6used thoseused
used by the count were too expensive expensiveFrom expensiveFrom
From one end of Berlin to the other the theshout theshout
shout zeppelin 111 here rang out outBerlin outBerlin
Berlin Is Happy HappyBerlin HappyBerlin
Berlin was happy as the count had an announced anflounced
flounced that at 1230 he would appear appearover appearover
over the Temple of Parade Grounds GrounfigThe GroundsThe
The airship left Bttterfeid early In the themorning themorning
morning with the count his nephew En EnclDeer Engineer
clDeer Duerr who had nav1gated her from fromlIrtedricQaha fremPr1edr1chahefn
lIrtedricQaha n and eight othre th s abovd abovdTllemotOlll abodThe
TllemotOlll The Inor worked peJfectly and the thetrip thetrip
trip to Berlin was made without mishap mishapWittenb111 mishapWittenbrng
Wittenb111 and Juterbog w wOre re pa paamid pas pasamid
amid the cheering of thousands Potts Pottsdam Pottsdam
dam was thronged with crowds cro1dsThe crowdsThe
The roofs or hOUl houses es church towers and andthe andthe
the open spaces swarmed with people who whocbeered whocheered
cheered and waved as the v vsel sel pa paTemplehof passed passedTeinpiehof
Templehof field was a8 reached just after afterchurch afterchurch
church services The emperor and em emp empmss
p pmss 811 had motored from the dedication dedicationervlce dedicationervlce
ervlce of the nelbullt garrison church churchAirship churchAirship
Airship Is Sighted SightedThey SightedThey
They arrived at the special tribune con constructed constructed
structed In the center of the Immense Immensefield immensefield
field a8 the bows of the airship appeared appearedover
over the edge of the parade ground The Thehundred Thehundred
hundred thousands who ho had gathered gatheredthere gatheredthere
there sighted the craft at the same me mement H Hment
ment and a roar of cheering went up upThe upThe
The church bells rang out and the mill milltary
tary band played the national anthem anthemZeppelin anthemZeppelin
Zeppelin meanwhile bad descended to tolow toa
a low altitude and carried out a series of ofIntricate ofintricate
Intricate evolutions gracefully In full view viewof viewof
of the people Then the balloons nose noseWas nosewas
Was turned toward the city over which It Itcircled itcircled
circled for two hours In all directions directionsetecutlng directionsexecuting
executing every manner of maneuvers maneuver8and maneuversand
and ascending and descending sometl sometimes sometimescoining s scoming
coming so close to the eartn that the theIpectators thespectators
spectators could seb the faces of the oc occupants occupants
cupants cupantsThe cupantsThe
The royal party proceeded to Tegel Tegelhere Tegelwhere
where here a small company gathered around aroundthe aroundthe
the Imperial group on the shooting range rangewhich rangewhich
which was as destined to be the landing landingplace landingplace
place The city councilors military off offlclal offelate
elate and the foreign attaches including includingCaptain includingCaptain
Captain S G Shartle the attache of the
embassy assembled there tl to
the counts arrival
IDAHO TOWN REPORTED REPORTEDDESTROYED REPORTEDDESTROYED
DESTROYED BY FIRE FIREButte
Butte Mont Aug 9A specIal to tb tbMiner thMiner
Miner says the town of Grand Forks ForksIdaho ForksIdaho
Idaho was wholly destroyed by fire In Inan inan
an hour tonight A steam shovel en engineer engineer
gineer named lIulhern In whose room roomthe roonrthe
the blaze started lost his life The flames flamesspread flamesspread
spread to the neighboring forest reserve rtBerveand reserveand
and an area a mile square was burned burnedover burnedover
over before the flames were checked The Thehotel Thehotel
hotel and store at the place were among amOlJgthe amongthe
the buildings destroyed and 300 persons personsI
are reported homeless and without fOod
RESIGNATION OF MHARG ISACCEPTEDBYPRESIDENT IS
ACCEPTED ACCEPTEDBYPRESIDENT ACCEPTEDBYPRESIDENTSecretary BY PRESIDENT PRESIDENTSecretary
Secretary Nagel of Commerce and andLlbor andLqbor
Llbor Department Says Matter MatterHas MatterHas
Has No Political Sign SIgtiIficance SIgtiIficanceB ficance ficanceBEVERLY
EVEBLY Mass Aug 29President Taft today accept d the resig resignation resignation
BEVERLY B
nation of Ormsby McHarg assistant secretary of the department of ofoommeroe ofoommeroe
oommeroe and labor laborSecretftry laborSecretary
Secretary Nagel head of the department had a conference with withPresident withPresident
President Taft today and discussed the question of a successor io Mc McTfarcr
Tfarcr
gecretIY Nqel received a letter from fromthe fromthe
the assistant aecretary saying that he hemUllt hemust
must adh to his first Intention of re remaIDIng remahilsig
maIDIng In the department only for six sixmaatha sixflKsths
maatha This term will expire Sept 4 4and 4and
and by that time Secretary Nagel hopes hopesto
to be ready to announce the choice of a anew anew
new aui assistant assistantMr tant
11 McHarg announced some time ago agothat agothat
that he wlld soon engage In private privatebusiness privatebusiness
business In his letter to Secretary Na Nagd Nag
gd g hI b says however owev < r that If a sucCessor sucCessorlinnot successor successorennot
linnot be found b Sept 4 he will con contim contn1
tim in off offlee until Jet 1 1Tkcre 1Thrg
Tkcre was no 011 31k in Beverly toda today will willIng willing
Ing to say that Mr McHargs resIgnation resIgnationwas
was In any wis the result of the inter interjw interviw
jw pubJi puhiish1 hprl in Washington J last < 1lt week weekr
11 Wllic1 he s flitpd with saying some somei
i 1 Ling abuT flmr Presjdent Presjdenths
hs 1 of frtst CorSfr CorSfrAl
Al k Hr 105 sau i to have grown bitI bit
The emperor who had specially sent sentProfes50r sentProfessor
Professor Pergesell government commis commissioner commisabner
sioner on airships to Invite Orville OrvilleVrlght OrvilleWright
Wright and his sister to join th the party partygave partygave
gave them a most hearty welcome Then Thenthe Thenthe
the balloon came slowly over the field fieldthe fieldthe
the motors stopped and the vessel glided glidedto
to the ground The band pla played ed and the theemperor theemperor
emperor saluted as Count Zeppelin stepped steppdforward steppedforward
forward forwardThe forwardThe
The emperor then advanced and shook shookhands shookhands
hands heartily He presented Mr 11 Wright Wrightto
to the count and the American aero aeropIanist aeropianist
pIanist and Count Zeppelin ex exchanged exchangedcongratulations hanged hangedcongratulations
congratulations The major welcomed the thecount thecount
count In the name of the citizens and the theemperor theemperor
emperor took off his helmet and C called calledfor Iled Iledfor
for three cheers for Zeppelin ZeppelinLater ZeppelinLater
Later the count seated at his right his hismajesty hismajesty
majesty proceeded to the castle where whereluncheon whereluncheon
luncheon was served The spectators all allalong allalong
along the route shouted themselves hoarse hoarseand hoarseand
and waved flags until the procession dls dlsappeared disappeared
appeared appearedTh
Th The airship started at 1121 tonight on onIts onIts
Its return voyage to Frledri Frledrlohshafen FrledrlohshafenELECT hsh fen fenH
H ELECT ELECTSTRIPES CTRIC tAli tAliSTRIKES
STRIKES WAGDW WAGDWOne
One Killed and Several Injured Injuredin
in Party of Picnickers at atPortland atPortland
Portland Portlandt
t
Port1 Portnd nd Ore 4ug 29One man was wasklHed waskiMed
klHed one fatally Injured and four foureons pel pelsons
sons badly bruls4d tonight when an elec electric electric
tric car on the Upper Albina line struck strucka
a wagon containing a party of picnickers picnickerson
on Williams avenue avenue ThE The ci dead deadWilliam ad adWilliam
William Barker engraver employed on onthe onthe
the Oregonian OregonianFatally OregonianFatally
Fatally Injured InjuredYllliam injuredWilliam
Yllliam Brandt driver driverSlightly driverSlightly
Slightly hurt huriMr
111 and Miss Lizzie Burgess Mr and andIrs andMrs
Mrs Irs SteneI SteneIVhen StenerWhen
When the car was brought to a stop stopthe stopthe
the wagon and the victims were pinioned pinionedunderneath pinionedunderneath
underneath so firmly that It was neces necesrary
rary to jack the end of the car up be before
fore those thoseimprisoned Imp son could be taken out outDRIVER outllRIY
DRIVER llRIY GROSSE IS DEAD DEADSecond DEADSecond
Second Fatality Results From Fli Fliday Pdday
day Nights Accident at at1rIotordrome atMotordrome
1rIotordrome 1rIotordromeKew
New York Aug 9Laurent Grosse Grossedriver Grossedriver
driver of the Stearns car who was In Injured InJured
jured In the twentyfourhour automobile automobilersce
race at the Brighton Beach MotordomerIday Motordome MotordomeJirlday
Jirlday rIday night died today Leonard Cole Colehis Colehis
his mechanician was Instantly lnstantl killed In Inthe Inthe
the accident Greases back was broken brokenHe
He was 11 rears old and lived In New NewYork NewYork
York
tel over the free manner In which some someot someof
ot the government officials In Washing
ton generally known as the Roosevelt Rooseveltelement Rooseveltelement
element have been crJtIclslng members membersof
c of f the Taft administration Consequently
he Is reported to have Gxpressed his own Qwnv1 own1ews
v1 1ews I IPresident
v1President President Taft also had with 111m iim to toda today
da day Secretary Knox and Secretary Meyer MeyerIt IeyerIt
It Is said that the PinchotBlllllngGI con eontroversy
trovcrsy had a share In th tiis discussion discussionPresident discussionPresident
President Taft has no engagements to tosee tosee
see Sfocr Secretary tary Ballinger earlier than just justprior justprior
prior to his arrival In Seattle on Sept SeptMr 9 9Mr
Mr Balllngr has accepted an InvitatiOn InvitatiOnto
to accompany the president or orf a Jarge Jargepart Jargepart
of the Pacific
part coast itinerary ItineraTSecretary
Secretary Nagel left for New York to tonight tonight
night to attend the first meeting of the thepresidEnts thepresidents
presidEnts law commission tomorrow Mr Ir
Nag l said before leaving that there was wasno wasno
no political or other significance attached
t1 t Mr Ir AllHargs rslgnatlon He said saidt
t was udrstd that Mr 1cHarg when
h a pted the place agreed to serve serveonly oerveonly
only Ix monUs
HUNDREDS ARE AREDROWNED AREDROMNED
DROWNED IN INMONTEREY INMONTEREY
MONTEREY MONTEREYfLOOD MONTEREYFLOOD
fLOOD fLOODLate
Late Reports Say That 1200 1200Lives 1200Lives
Lives Are Lost and Property PropertyLoss
Loss Will Reach an Appal Appalling Appalhug
ling Figure Before End EndFOUR EndFOUR
FOUR HUNDRED BODIES BODIESRECOVERED BODIESRECOVERED
RECOVERED DURING DAY DAYRain DAYRain
Rain Continues to Fall During Duringthe
the Day River Breaks Out OutTwo OutTwo
Two Channels and the En Entire Entire
tire Town is Threatened ThreatenedSOLDIERS ThreatenedSOLDIERS
SOLDIERS GUARD BODIES BODIESLAREDO BODIESL
AREDO Tex Aug 29Twelve 29Twelvehundred 29Twelvehundred
LAREDO L
hundred people were drowned in inyesterdays inyesterdays
yesterdays flood at Monterey accord according according
ing to a telegram received receivedfrom rom there therelate therelate
late tonight Communication with withMonterey withMonterey
Monterey was resumed at 10 1030 1030oclock 30 30oclock
oclock oclockMore oclockMore
More than 400 bodies had been reo reocovered recovered
covered this evening The property
damage is between five million and andtwelve andtwelve
twelve million dollars dollarsThe
The flood waters of the Santa Cata Catarina Catarna
rna river continued on their rapId course coursethroughout coursethroughout
throughout the night the rail fell In Intorrents intorrents
torrents and brought great suffering to tothe tothe
the thousands of homeless persons who
ha had congregated on the plazas
The flood reached Its crest In the early earlypart earlypart
part of the day and many families were wereswept wereswept
swept away to death with hardly a
chance to fight for their lives With the therush therush
rush of the water many were swept from fromtheir fromtheir
their homes on the tops of Vhlch many
had sought shelter never anticipating
that the water would reach such an un unprecedented
precedented height Pitiful appeals for forassistance forassistance
assistance could be heard above the roar roarof roarof
of the waters by those on higher ground
but who were powerless to render aid aldLast aidLast
Last night ever every effort was made to toshelter toshelter
shelter the refugees and he greater part partof partof
of the women and children were cared caIedfor caredfor
for Accompanying the rescue work Is Isthe isthe
the search for bodies Scores are lOdged lOdgedat
at various places along the stream and
It will be weeks before all are found foundSome foundSome
Some doubtless nevor nev will b seen seenMany seenMany
Many Families Divided Dividedoran DividedMany
Many oran families have been divided by the thedlSflster thedisaster
disaster and andthe the grief of the survivors is ispitiful Ispitiful
pitiful pitifulAt11 pitifulAt
At11 At 11 Qclock today rain was still fall fallIng fallIng
Ing and the Santa Catarina had worked workedout
out for Itself a new channel dividing Into Intotwo intotwo
two raging stream and separating In Insuch insuch
such a manner that another and mod modernly modernly
ernly constructed part of the town was wasthreatened wasthreatehed
threatened threatenedMonterey threatehedMonterey
Monterey smelter one of the largest in inMexlco InMexico
Mexico suffered a loss estimated at froT fropisiecoc
lOOOXI to 2000000 The Monterey Iontere steel ste1plant steelplant
plant the cost of which was 10000000 was wasdamaged wasdamaged
damaged frot11 fron 2000000 to 3000000 3000000The 3OCiiOOOThe
The electric light and street railway rallwaSstem railwaysystem
system constructed about three years ago agowas agowas
was damaged aboutioooOOO aboutioooOOOThe about 1000000 1000000The
The water and sewage systems suffered suffereda
a loss estimated at about 1000000 or more moreThis moreThis
This damage together with the loss re resulting resuiting
suiting from the destruction of about aboutiOOO aboutL000
iOOO houses will make the financial loss 1055approximately lossapproximately
approximately 1000000 1000000Canadl1n 7000000Canadian
Canadian Capital Lost LostBoth LostBoth
Both the electric light and street rail rallwa railway
wa way systems and the waterworks and anddrainage anddrainage
drainage s system stem were dominated b bCanadian by byCanadian
Canadian capitalists and their loss will willbe willbe
be keenly felt and may mean financial financialruin
ruin to many manyWhile manyWhile
While there Is no scarcity of food and andthe andthe
the city Is amply able to care for Its Itsdestitute itsdestitute
destitute there III fear of a shortjlKe In Inthe Inthe
the near future Not a train has entered enteredMonterey nteredllonterey
Monterey today todayAll todayAll
All wires over the National railway railwaywere
were down aU last night and unlll late latetoday latetoday
today when a line was restored restoredThe restoredThe
The bOdies as fast as recovered are areplaced areplaced
placed along the banks of the river on onthe onthe
the higher ground to await identification identificationThe
The bodies are guarded by sold soldiers lets who whoescort whoescort
escort any searcher for a missing friend friendor
or relatives along the lines oC dead Ar Arrangements Arrangements
rangements likely will be made tomor tomorrow tomorrow
row to Inter the dead It Is estimated that thatthe thatthe
the river has risen flft fifty or slxt sixty feet feetIt feetIt
It Is understood that an appe appeal l for foraid foraid
aid has gone out from Monterey One Onestatement Onestatement
statement Is that Consulpeneral Consul peneral Hanna Hannahas Hannahas
has appealed to the authorities at Wash Washington VashIngton
Ington requesting that a general appeal appealbe
be made by the federal government
DROWNS IN SIGHT OF OFHIS OFHIS
HIS WIFE AND BABY BABYSan
San Francisco Aug 29In sight ot his hiswife hiswife
wife and baby Earl Lindner aged 21 re recentlY recently
centlY from Minneapolis where he had hadsome hadsome
some renown as a wrestler ww slept sleptfrom sweptfrom
from his feet in the surf near the Cliff Cliffhoese Cliffhouse
house and drowned today despite the ef effort effort
fort at rescue by a mounted patrolman patrolmanwho
who rode his horse far Into the surf and andsought andsought
sought to lasso the man caught in the theundertow theundertow
undertow undertowPHYSICIAN undertowPHYSICIAN
PHYSICIAN IS ISSHOT ISSHOTBY
SHOT SHOTBY BY WIH WIHSan
San Francisco Woman Says SaysShe SaysShe
She Was Driven to Act by byCruel byCruel
Cruel Treatment TreatmentSan
San Francisco Aug 29Dr Walton WaltonLampe WaltonLampe
Lampe was shot In the head and fatally fatallywounded fatallywounded
wounded today by his wife In their apart apartments apartments
ments at the Holland hotel According Accordingto
to the statement made by Mrs Lampc to tothe tothe
the police after her arrest her husband husbandhas
has habituallY beaten her and charged chargedher
her with Improper relations with her for former former
mer husband Dr P C Surney from fromwhom fromwhom
whom she was divorced two years ago agoThe agoThe
The Lamp s were married six month monthago monthsago
ago and Mrs Lampe declared that their theirwhole theirwhole
whole married life has been marred by byquarrels byquarrels
quarrels A few days ago she procured procuredher
her brothers revolver expecting that her herhusband herhusband
husband would again attempt to beat beather beather
her When he returned to their rooms roomstoda roomstoday
toda today she sa sayi h he < < = did so and she shot shothim shothim
him For an hour Mrs Lampe kept her herhusband herhusband
husband In the room after she had wound wounded
ed him She says she endeavored to get gethim gethim
him to retract the charges bl had made mndagainst madeagainst
against her He would not do so and IIh IIhailed she shecalled
ailed the hotel proprietor who sum sumJrJOfl summont
mont the rolC olcc Dr Lampes condition ondltionIs
Is tj tal al Ill bullet struck him above abovethe
the rlht temple 1
I SECRET SECRETARY AllY OF AGRICUL AGRLTU AGRLTUWILL
Will MEET SHEEP SHEEPMEN MEN TODAY
I C <
JAMES WILSON WILSONSecretary WILSONSecretary
Secretary of agriculture agricultureO i iOGDEN
OGDEN O GDEN Aug 29Secretary of Agriculture James Wilson accom accompanied accompanied
panied by his son Jasper who is private secretary to iim A F FPotter PPotter
Potter assistant chief forester of the bureau of forestry and jGeorge F FWalker PWalker
Walker secretary of the National Wool Growers association amved in the thecity thecity
city tonight over the Union Pacific i i
The party was met at the depot by byChief byChief
Chief Forester Clyde Leavitt of the Og Ogden Ogden
den district Secretary I L Reynolds Reynoldsof
of the Weber club Councilman Charles CharlesHumphrls CharlesHumphrls
Humphrls and other prominent men of ofthe ofthe
the clt city The visitors were conveyed conveyedto I Ito
to the Reed hotel In R1tomoblles R1tomobllesMr
Mr Wilson his secftary seci tary and Mr MrPotter MrPotter
Potter are visiting this section of the thecountIJ thecountry
country for the purpose of Inve Investi Investigating ti tigating
gating forest and agricultural condi conditions conditions
tions having particularly In view the thehearing thehearing
hearing and settlement of certain griev grievances grlevances
ances that seem to prevail In the state stateof stateof
of Idaho Mr Walker is here for the thepurpose thepurpose
purpose of meeting wlt with the sheepmen sheepmenBRONX sheepmenBRONX
BRONX OffICIAL OfHCIAlMUST OffICIALMUSTSTEP
MUST MUSTSTEP SUP OUT OUlPresident OUTPresident
President Louis F Hatten of ofBorough ofBorough
Borough Found Guilty of ofMisconduct ofMisconduct
Misconduct in Office OfficeAlbany OfficeAlbany
Albany N Y Aug 29Flndlng him himgullt hmgulity
gullt on charges of misconduct In office officeand officeand
and neglect of dub Governor Hughes Hugheshas
has ordered the removal from office cf cfLouis f fLouis
Louis F Haffen presldlnt of the her boroUlh herough
oUlh of the Bronx In New York YorkThe YorkThe
The governor finds that President Haf Haffen Haffen
fen abused his discretionary power In Infailing infailing
failing to enforce the time clauses 3f 3fcontracts 3fcontracts
contracts for public improvement that thatpublic thatpublic
public funds In his department were werewasted werewasted
wasted by loading the pay rolls that thatthere thatthere
there was pOlitical jobbery In the building buildingof buildin buildinof
of the Bronx borough court house and andthat an anthat
that Haffen was interested In the im improvement improvement
provement of a public highway highwayFATALLY highwayFATAY
FATALLY HURT BY BfAR BfARWHILE DEARpWIIftERESCUING
WHILE WIIftERESCUING RfSCUlNG CHILD CHILDButte
+ Butte Mont Aug Z9A Miner Minerspecial +
+ 4 special from K Nyack ack Mont says that thatJames thatJames +
+ James Doolittle a homesteader near nearthat nearthat +
+ that place was probably fatally fataHywounded fatallywounded +
+ wounded In rescuing his 4yearold 4yearolddaughter 4yearoldlaughter +
+ daughter from a grizzly bear which whichhad whichhad +
+ had picked her ug and taken her hersome + 4 4some
+ some 210 yards aW8 away Doollttl hear hearIng +
4 Ing the childs screams gave cha chase e eon 4 +
4 on horseback The horse threw Doo Doolittle 4
+ little breaking his leg when the thegrizzly thegrizzly +
+ grizzly turned and clawed him In a afrightful +
4 frightful manner A Aside lde from a few fewscratches 4 4scratches
+ scratches the baby was uninjured uninjuredf +
+ 4 4 + f f + + + 4 I 4 + l 1 + + + t + + + + + + + + + + +
HARRIMANS CHAPLAIN SAYS SAYSMAGNATE 84 YS YSMAGNA
MAGNA TE IS MUCH BETTER BETTERMakes BETTERMakes
Makes First Authorized Announce Announcement
ment After Dining With Family Familyand
and nd Seeing the Financier FIhancIer1A t th tARDEN
h
ARDEN A ImEN N Y Aug 29Mr Harriman is better You may ma say that thatMrsHarriman thatMrs
MrsHarriman Mrs Karrinian and all of us are very happy over the s steady eady im improvement improvement
provement in his health since he cam to Arden house houseHSO houseSo
HSO So far as I know this is the first authorized statement made by any anymember anymember
member of the Harriman household and I am most solioitousl that it itshould itshould
should be Drinted precisely as I present it i
This statement was made today by the theRev theRev
Rev J Holmes McGuiness E H Harri Harrimans Harrimans
mans personal chaplain who spoke con consetatlvely consezvatively
setatlvely and with authority after din dinIng dinIng
Ing with the family today and talking talkingwith talkingwith
with Mr Ir Harriman HarrimanMy
My position In this matter Is very verysharply verysharply
sharply defined said Mr McGuiness 1 1am Iam
am Mr Harrimans personal chaplain He Hetook Hetook
took me up as a mere boywhen I was wasonlY wasonly
onlY 15and I feel bound to him by ties tiesof tiesof
of the deepestgraUtude deepest gratitude But I will make makeyou makeyou
you a concession If you think an an announcement announcement
nouncement as positive as I CAn give you youwould youwould
would put an end to sensational rumors rumorsI
I would do wnat I can to help you and andI
I speak as a Christian clergymanall that thatI thaI
I can tell y yeiu u Ig that Mr HarrIman is isbetter isbetter
better now and that WE are aU very happy happyabout happyabout
about It ItAU itAll
AU that was heard here tQ today seemed
of this locality regarding plinS for the thenational thenational
national convention of sheep growers to tobe tobe
be held In Ogden Jan 15 16 and 17 He Heexpects Heexpects
expects to return to his home at Chey Cheyemle Cheyenne
emle Tuesday afternoon afternoonAt
At noon on Monday Secretary Wil WilwlUbe Wilson
son wlUbe wilt be banqueted at Itbe the Weber Weberclub Weberclub
club with lth a few Invited gu guests sts Other Otherthan
than this the secretary will willnot not appear appearIn
In a public capacity either lin a social socialor lal lalor
or political way During the he day he hewill hewill
will confer with the delegations of ofsheepmen ofsheepmen
sheepmen who assemble htre to meet meethJm meethim
him regarding forest appraisementsof appraisementsofgrazing apprasements of ofgrazing
grazing lands It Is expecbid that Mr MrWilson MrWilson
Wilson will be very busy all aihday day In that thatcapacity thatcapacity
capacity Tue Tuesday cIay morning the party partywill partywilt
will continue on to Idaho IdahoTbe i iT
T Tbe e first stop will be Poca PocaeIIo ello where wherea
a deltlon of stock men will meet him himand ftmand
and lay their grievances before him He HewilL HeiIli
wilL iIli then go to Mackay Iackaywhere ehere other othersto otherstock
sto stock k men will be gathered to state stategrievances stategrievances
grievances The They will 1lI also visit for forests forest8
ests In that vicinity Frotn Fron Mackay Mackaythey Mackaythey
they will go to Spencer fl10m which whichpoint whichpoint
point they will visit the national forest forestnearby forestnearby
nearby A visit to the Seattle exposi exposition exposition
tion will follow before the secretary and andhis andhis
his party returns to Washington WashingtonChief WashhigtonChief
Chief Forester Leavitt wm accom accompany accompony
pony Secretary Wilson on his tour tourthrough tourthrough
through Idaho Secretary Wilson hi
71 rears old but 88 he st stepped pped from fromthe fromthe
the train this evening lie showed showedmarked showedmarked
marked agility and seemed tp be In ex excellent excellent
cellent health He holds his age welt weltReady wellReady
Ready to Talk TalkSoon TalkSoon
Soon after arriving at th the hotel the thesecretary theSecretary
secretary was approached b by a reporter reporterfor
for The HeraldRepublican to whom whomhe
he readily gave an audience When he hewas hewas
was a9ked for an Interview lie promptly promptlysall1
said I am ready to answert answer questions questionsI
I am ready to talk What do you want wantme
me to say sayI I
I am out here to Bee the people and andtalk andtalk
talk with them about the forests and andthe andthe
the agricultural Interests In the west westbut westbut
but If you ou wilt see me again just before beforeI
I leave the city I may be able to tell tellyou tellyou
you more than I can say right now I Ido Ido
do not see much of anythirg to talk talkabout talkabout
about just yet et I have not yet met any anyot anyof
ot the people and I do not r really Uy know knowyet knowyet
yet just What they want wantWe i iWe
We m met t with some of th the stockmen stockmenof
of Wyoming at Rawlins lasti night but butthere butthere
there was nothing of partlclliar Impor Importance importance
tance to come before the njeetlng It Itas Itwas
was as given to cursory discussion of graz grazing grazIng
ing lands I understand that some of ofthe ofthe
the people of Idaho are under the Im Impression Impression
pression that the national forests are arecovering arecovering
covering a great deal or of couqtry and 18 18the tothe
the injury of the agIcultuml pur pursuits pursuitsSo ults ultsSo
So you see our Special mlS mission 8lon of In Inyestigatlon Investigatfon
yestigatlon is In that state I cant tell tellmuch tellmuch
much about the situation until after I Ihave Ihave
have visited Idaho and havE met with withContinued withContinued
Continued on Page Page2 2
to echo the cheerful opinion of Hr Mo
Gulness GulnesstIr
tIr Harriman dId not leave his 1OOI room roomuntil t tuntil
until after noon when he wt went t on the theveranda theveranda
veranda verandaC
C T Ford his superIntendent aid the theword theword
word at the Douse was that Mr Han1mon
had passed a gOOd night and developed developedno
no new Or alarming symptoms symptomsMrs
Mrs Harriman attended St J Johns bns Epis Episcopal Episcopal
copal church She was questioned after afterthe afterthe
the service concerning her hu husliands tiancrs con
dition but she replied repliedUThat repliedThat
That Is a matter I cannot speak of ofoutside ofoutside
outside of my family
Her face showed plainly the strain or I
the last few days daysMr I
Mr Harriman was not referred to In inthe
the service bU but t the h hymns mns chos ehosn n and the thesermon thesermon
sermon borf l certain fitniis to the thithought thethought I
thought Uppermost 1r n the mind of nparh nparheveryone ncarveveryone
everyone In the ongregation Whe h th the
little whitedad choir of farrnrs lg1 lg1ters
ters led the rgrgau ngr gatir > c N r I
God to Thee there were t ttas afS m n Mis
eyes J
UT UTAH AU SIN6ERS SIN6ERSWIN SIN6ERSSIN
WIN PRAISE PRAISEAT PRAISEATBIG
AT ATBIG ATBIGFAIR 816 816FAIR
FAIR FAIRAlthough
Although Choir Is Insulted by bythe bythe
the Seattle Eisteddfod Man Management Management
agement Many Thou Thousanth ThousanthAttend ands andsAttend
Attend an Open Air Concert ConcertCOMMITTEE ConcertCOMMITTEE
COMMITTEE SAYS CHOIR CHOIRWAS CHOIRWAS
WAS AFRAID D TO APPEAR APPEARSatt APPEARSatt
Satt Lake Citizens Are Amazed Amazedat
at the Treatment Accorded AccordedLocal AccordedLocal
Local Singers and Give GiveTheir GiveTheir
Their Opinions in Matter MatterACTION MatterACTION
ACTION IS APPLAUDED APPLAUDEDSEATTLE APPLAUDEDS
BATTLE AlI Aig 2PSympathiz 2PSympathizing
SEATTLE S
ing with the Salt Lake tabernacle tabernacleohoir tabernaclechoir
choir after the intuIt offered last lastni lastnight
ni night ht by the Eisteddfod committee committeetwenty eommitteetwenty
twenty thousand musicloyezs tonight tonighttaxed tonighttaxed
taxed the capacity of the AlaskaYu AlaskaYukonPacific AlaskaYukonPacilic
konPacific exposition open air am amphitheatre amphitheatre
phitheatre to hear the Utah visitors visitorssin visitorasing
sin sinThousands sing singThousands
Thousands of others unable to se secure secure
cure seats stood on the outside of the thehigh thehigh
high board walk and waited patiently patientlyuntil
until the last note of the nights con conccrt conccrt
ccrt had died away When the pro program 5 5gram
gram was concluded the throng throngturned throngturned
turned away satisfied that it had hadhend hadheard
heard the best music ever presented presentedin
in Seattle SeattleOutside SeattleOutside
Outside of the Eisteddfod commltte commlttethe comniltthe
the opinion seems unanimous that th thSalt t tSalt
Salt Lake singers got a Uqueer queer d al allast I Ilast
last night The audience which taxed th thcapacity i icapacity
capacity of the A Y P f auditorium auditoriumawaJtlng auditoratawaiting
awaiting the appearance of the tabernacl tabernaclchoir tabriachoir
choir last night was In Ignorance of wha whahad w C Chad
had happened happenedThe
The people left the hall disappoInted disappoIntedThouands disappoiiThousands
Thousands hail paid admission only onI onIhear t thear
hear the Salt Lake stagers and whn wh n nWas i iwas
was learned that the Mormons had hdpaule4 bt11 bt11ms
ms paule4 Jll > P4 4 tMcnM by u t Po1r Po1rat p i iat
at fft the doors of the hail beeauRe tl1 tl1refUsed i irefused
refUsed to pay adD admission SIIlon to the comt comtIII cni cniin
III which they were to have been t13 t13chief T Tchief
chief attractlOJt denunciation of the tb Ei Eiteddfod 1 1teddfod
teddfod committee w was heard on evry e
hand
Alleges Cowardice CowardiceThe
The local committee says the Salt Lakl LaklJllngers I k ksingers
singers were afraid to compete an1 i 1
feigned an insult when turned back frun1 Ti ri
the doors of the haD The commit ioi ioiaJone j jalone
alone In this contention Outside of tlJ I IEtsteddfod
Elllteddfod management sympathy witll wi withe
the Mormons Is unanimous unanimousSt
St Mark chorus of this city cani caniaway cai ri 1 1away
away the honors by default but th thwere t h hwere
were robbed ot a share of the fruits fruitvictory r rvictory
victory Because there was DO comprL comp J
tion the Eisteddfod committee grew grewnurlous pp ppnurioUB
nurioUB and cut the promised 1000 purEO iw i ito
to 70 Sharp criticism is also heard 011 i
that score scoreReuben scoreReuben
Reuben W Jones president of the day iii iiisaid
Wild The Mormons got the opinion thRt tho
they were the main drawing card a11 a11when a I Iwhen
when they saw defeat staring them in th t i
faceanl defeat by a little local clJ1 clJ1at 1 1at
at thatthey took the first opportunity opportu r t y
to squeeze qU 9 out ot a tight place
When asked whether the Salt Lake slng a rg
ers had been told they Were ere expected tl tlJay r 1 1lay
Jay admission to the hall Mr Jones saht
he suppo supposed ed they bad been but he henot W1Oi W1Oinot
not positive posttlveEvan positiveEvan
Evan Stephens director of the Tabor Tabornacle Tab r rnacle
nacle choir says 1 We knew nothjn nothjnabout nothing
about being expected to pay admllsifm admllsifmuntil
until we arrived at the doors of the audi
torlum I uphold my singers In the stand
they took We were driven away by the
police and that alone III an Insult msultWelsh InsultWelsh
Welsh people of Salt Lake who have
been prominent In the Eisteddfod work ork
In the west were amazed Y9terday t tContinued to toContinued
Continued on Page 2 2WANTS 2VANTS
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WANTS thQUIRY thQUIRYINTO INQUIRY INQUIRYINTO
INTO STRIKE STRIKESecretary
Secretary Morrison of Federa Federation Federation
tion of Labor Asks Depart Department Department
ment to Investigate InvestigateWa InvestigateWashington
Wa Washington hIngton Aug SThat laborers laboreraemployed laborersemployed
employed by the Pre Pressed ed Steel Car Carcompany Carcompany
company at McKees Rock Pa the thescene thuscene
scene of the present strike are not paid
the share to which they are entitled un ui
der the protective tariff
system Is as asserted assorted
sorted by Secretary Morrison of th
American Federation ot Labor In Instatement a
statement made today
The charge 18 embodied tn a request
forwarded br Mr Morrison to Secre creo creotary
tary tar Charles Nagel for an Investiga
tion tionXI
XI Xorrlson takes the position that thatII
as II the company II Is enabled by the pro
teetfve tectivesystem eystem to cl clIarge arge much higher higherprJce higherprices
prices the vernmtmt should make an ar
Inquiry The Th request Is based upQn upQnectton uporsection
section 8 of the act of Feb H 1903 1903which ioawhich
which requires the secretary of com commerce cornmarco
marco and labor to make special invel Investgatons
uations either upon the request r
the president or of either house of ofcongress ofcongress
congress or upon his own Initiative InitiativePointing InitiativePointing
Pointing out that the strikers are arealiens ar aralien
aliens and not members of any labor labotorpnlzatlonMr labororganlzationMr
orpnlzatlonMr Morrison declares > S that
their wages have been redu reduced d by of
ftcers of the Pressed Steel Car CQmpa CQmpany
ny to the extent that In sheet despe desperation desperation
ration they d dc1ded cided to cease work until unt unttheir
their many grievances which they theycould tht thtCOUi1
could no longer > r bear were TtDedld TtDedldand rernedl1and
and a h1ghEr hg wage rate was paid paidThe paidThe
The Rev A F Toner pastor of St Strmy StMary
Mary Cathnlc church < H t tRocks I Kees KeesRock
Rock ls quotpd by Mr Ir Mnrrioon as ass assaying
s saying Jjng that t Con conditions tionfl lincjr which whichthp whichthe
the Imnlm emp1oye wok an aril e arf such suchthat suchthat
that they are unfit for publication publicationIt publicationFAIR
It ItFAIR
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