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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY SEPT 30 1909 3
0 I NEWS OF UTAH Uf AU AND A ADJOINING S1 STATES A TES I
Ogden News NewsOfflce410
Offlce410 Twentyfifth street streetClrculatlon streetCIzcuIaUon
Clrculatlon Department 3I Twenty TwentyfIrth Twentyfifth
fIrth Street StreetOgden StreetOgden
Ogden Thursday Sept 30 30UNCH 30UNCLE
UNCLE SAM TO TOPAY TOPAY
PAY FOR FENCE HNCfforest
forest Supervisors Hit Upon a aCooperative aCooperative
Cooperative Plan to Make MakePeace MakePeace
Peace on Reserves ReservesSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Sept 2LA A C McCain as asistant 8 8listant
listant chIef of the grazing department departmentIf
cf If the forest service has returned from froman
an interesting trIp through the Kalbab Kalbabnational Kalbabnational
national fore foreet t in southern Utah He Hetfports lieriports
tfports crops favorable except the bar harHst bartst
Hst has beeR considerably retarded by
xceulve storms Floods have done donegreat donegreat
great damage to the roads
He l1 states that on the Buckskin Dukskinmountains Buckskinrflmlntain8
mountains which hlch arc embraced in the
0 laihab forest about 14000 head of oflttle oftattle
tattle are being grazed annually 10
000 of the stock belonging to one com comlan cornlLflY
lan and 4000 600 belonging to the farm farmrs
cr rs He says that thp th large cattle cattleowner cattlefiwner
owner and the small one cannot agree agreeas
as a to range regulations and in order
to t correct the friction the forest serv
ke proposed that If the small owners 0ner8the ownersthe
the farmers would haul the wire from
Marysvale to the range and the big bigstock
stock company strin string it on the trees
tilt forest department would pay for forthf forti
thf wire wireThe wireThe
The cooJ8radve plan was agreed
to and within the next ff few months a
fourwire fence thirtyfive miles long lonlltwill longwill
will he built to divide the herds of
the large catttle company from those thoseof
of tilt grangers Mr Ir 1caln says the tht1angfS theranges
ranges In southErn rtah are In splen splenf11
4 f11 dId < 1 condition and that the cattle ale
fat fajtTO
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TO O BUILD MEETING HOUSE HOUSfSixth
Sixth Ward People Arrange for a aTheatriC1ll aTheatrical
Theatrical Performance to Raise RaiseFunds RaisePunds
Funds Required RequiredSpecial Requiredpeeial
Special to The HeraldHepubllcan HeraldHepubllcanOgden
Ogden Sept 9A great deal of ofgood ofgood
good will and public spirit is being beingmanifested beingnianifested
manifested toward the Sixth ward peo peope eO eOIdE
IdE In iI their effort to build their ne netllfftlng new newrueting
tllfftlng house particularly with ref refCrEnce refcrenee
CrEnce to the benefit performances performanceswhih
whih are to be given at the Orpheum
formerly called the Grand opera house housenpxt housenext
next Friday evening and Saturday mat
Inel Already a greAt many tickets
J1av < been sold and from the present
Indications the house will be filled to
Its capacity capacltTile capacityThe
Tile program for these two perform performnnces performflnces
nnces will consist of the regular bill billand billand
and will probably include local talent
The desire of those In charge of the theward theward
ward part of the affair Is to have all allthe
the children attend on Saturday matl matlnae matinee
nee Not ot only the children of the city city1ut
tut those of the county as well are are1nIted
Invited InvitedDESERTER 1nItedDESERTER
DESERTER FROM FORT FORTDOUGLAS FORTDOUGLAS
DOUGLAS IS CAPTURED CAPTUREDSpecial
Special to The Htrald HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicangdcn Rtpubllcan Rtpubllcangden
gden Sept 29Adam J Knapp a de desrtfr
srtfr 5 rtcr from the Fifteenth infantry at Ft FtIJUglas Ftliouglas
IJUglas was captured yesterday in Og 0gtl
dn tl n hy Detective James Pender and Pa Patlman PatImaa
tlman Keliher They will take him o othe othe
the post and claim the iO O reward rewardMRS rewardMRS
MRS LOUISA PURDYS FUNERAL FUNERALISpfclal
Special 4 to The HeraldRfpublican HeraldRfpublicanOgden
Ogden gden Sept 9The funeral of Louisa Louisalirll LouisaP
lirll P tdy was hell from the SecOId war warct warctmciIng < 1 1mctng
mctng house ve v < terday 3t 2 oclock lhf lhfE
E rvices w wre > re presided over by Bisl10V BislionLo1rt
11 Lo1rt > ort lcQu1rI VIth Ilh him th tho sp SIeaI ak
ers were Alia L1 I L ScovillE and Heber Sco Scocroft Scovcroft
croft Mourner carriages were occupied occupiedy
by y mary members of the Purdy fam
liES
GIVE CAPTAIN CAPTAINFINE FINE GUN GUNCompany GUNCompany
Company B Surprises Officer With a aHandsome aHandsome
Handsome Present PresentSpecial PresentSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepubllCln HeraldRepubllClnOgden
Ogden Sept SWben Captain W V E
Knea88 of Company B Utah National Nationalguard Nationalguard
guard arrived at the armory last nl night nightthe < < ht htthe
the members of the company wem ere IItan IItanmg tanti tantiing
mg at attention and Acting Sergeant SergeantFrank SergeantFrank
Frank Smith in a short speech pre8mted pre8mtedto
to Captain Knea a handioome Colt arm armsfvlce army armyservice
service rev revlvr Jlvr On one aid of the butt buttof buttor
of the revolver the name of th the recipient recipientnld
nld the date of the lr iwesentation Rtali n is 8 en engraved n ngraved
graved on a solid silver plate hordcfIt hordcfItwith horderdrUth
with gold On the other side Captain
Kneals monogram ap apoars ars in drilled Koril KorilFIVE gokiFIVE
FIVE I INCHES OF WATER WATERON
ON THE OGDEN STREETS STREETSSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Sept 29Ogden was visited last lastevening lastevening
evening by a hpavy rainstorm The wa watEr water
tEr fell In t p porfect rfect torrents In many manypiaces manyplaces
places the str streets < > ets well coerfd with Uh from fromthree fromthree
three to five inch inchs > s of water Thc storm
lasted about two hours hoursEXPRESSMAN hoursEXPRESSMAN
EXPRESSMAN DISAPPEARS DISAPPEARSSpecial DISAPPEARSSpecial
Special to The HealdRepubllcan HealdRepubllcanOgden
Ogden S Sept pt 9N 9Nighbors ighbors of Mr Ir Pink
ham the exprelft1an are worried over
his dlsaPPiarance His horE have becri becrirunning I Ifunning
funning loo loose e In the lot without anything
to eat It IF feared hE > has met with withfoul withfoul
foul play Ho I recently sold real estate
for considerable mont montTHOMAS money moneyTHOMAS >
THOMAS HARDY BURIED BURIEDSpecial BURIEDSpevlai
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Sept 9Funeral services tor torThomu brThomas
Thomas hardy were held yesterday esterd At lh lhVest thWest >
Vest We Wehr r metilf meti houce with ith bishop
William C Hunter presiding presidingOGDEN presidingOGDEN
OGDEN BRI BRiEFS BRiEFSSpecial EFS EFSIal
Special Ial to The HeraldRepuhllcan HeraldRepuhllcanOgd
Ogd Ogden n S Sot pt Plumbtng in tilt > ft fed federal > d deral
eral bull builuing ing which was Ofdered changed changedby
by the fo1eral Inomectors Is completd and andlh andthe
lh the uuilding will UP ready for occupancy occllpanctomon
tomon tomonThe tomoriw tomoriwThe
The Amal Amalimated lmated Sugar company ihl ihlmorning thhmorning
morning selt out llotl Eotice that the Loan
btc beet > t su sugar ar fatory will open Oct OctThe 4 4The
The new fountain for Central park will will1w
he finished > d by the nd of the week cek It Ittas Ittas
tas cO < t the clt city Ui0 3 oldfish and iolll
lIIi liits s will bt placed In the pool at thl thltotlom thbottoni
totlom of the tt fountain during the sum summpr summer
mpr month monthWilliam monthsWilliam
William Ta Taylor lor who had boen nJrinking
la lay down to rest at Reeves avenue anti
Twntc Twentysecrid nd street this afternoon
Passersby saw a man going inl through his hispockc hispockct
pockc but the they thought be was as a friend trienJaring friendcaring
caring < for the sleepy man When hn Taylor Tayioras
aas as arouE1 he said the fellow hall robbe robbeum
1101 of 111 111Niue 1ONifle
Niue odock classes Jill t > rfs1m1 rt rtthe t tthe
the Deaf anti Blind schol thl tek k One
hundred mfl tlfte fiften n pupils tre re now cn cnfoiled enroiled
foiled roiledFUNERAL
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FUNERAL OF OFMRS MRS SARAH SARAHSMITH SARAHSMITH
SMITH LEHI PIONEER PIONEERSpecial
Special to The lIerahlRepublican
Lehl Sept ppt 29The funeral of Irs Irs8arah
Sarah Smith who died In the home homeof
of J E Cotter last aturlay wa held
from the Lehi ehl tabernacle this after afternoon afternoon
noon Irs Smith was as i8 years old
She crossed the plains In onf > of the
handcart companies under the cap
taincy of George Webb ehh Mrs Irs J E Eotter
otter of I Lehi hl is her daughter At
the funeral werE George Webb Ibh M B
Bushman E H RIme and Daniel How Howard 1loward
ard Man Many floral offerings were lent sentDECISION lentDECISION
DECISION GIVEN IN INSUIT INSUIT
SUIT OVER SHEEP SHEEPSpecial SHEEPSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepuhHcan HeraldRepuhHcanEphraim HeraldRepublicanEphraiin
Ephraim Sept 29The case of ofThomas ofThomas
Thomas J 1 Edwards against t Thomas F
Thomas which ha has been occ occupying occupyingmuch pylng pylngmuch
much time during this term of court courtwas courtwas
was completed this morning Edmunds Edmundswa5
was suing for 650 head of sheep which whichwere whichwere
were taken on shares and not deJiv deJivered delivered
ered whEn the contract expired expiredThomas expiredThomas
Thomas alleged that the sheep were weredelivered weredelivered
delivered Aftr fter the arguments the thematter thematter
matter was taken tinder advisement advisementand i
and a dl decision sion was given against aKalnstThomas againstThomas
Thomas fG ft the value of 200 hed ed of ofshlep ofsheep
sheep at 32 325 a head and other Items
THE DEMOCRATIC DEMOCRATICPRIMARIES DEMOCRATICPRIMARIESSpecial PRIMARIES PRIMARIESSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanProvo
Provo Sept 29DemocraUc prima primaries primaries
ries were held tonight In tnI five wards wardsof
of the clt city nominations being made for forconncil forcouncil
council and delegates appointed to the thpcity thecity
city con convention ntion to be held Oct S With Withthe Withthe
the exception of the Second ward the thelelegates thedelegates
delegates will go Instructed to vote for forprohibition forprohibition
prohibition candidates a resolution to tothL tothbt
thL effect being defeated In the Second Secondwhile Secondwhile
while It was the subject of a fight In the theFIrst theFirst
FIrst FIrstThere
FirstThere
There were onl only ten persons at the theprlmalJ theprimary
primary In the Fourth ward which j jstrongly is isstrongly
strongly Republican and it was only by bypersuasion bypersuasion
persuasion that J M Holdaway was In IndUced inducej
dUced to run for councilman Nomina Nominations Nominations
tions council are areFlr8t areFirst
First ward Vflford Gllr to succeed succeedhimself succeedhimself
himself Second ward A IcCul McCullough IcCullough
lough Third ward Jesse Manwarlng
Fourth ward J M 1 Holdaa Fifth Fifthward Fifthward
ward E II Hinckle Hinckley Members of the thecity thecity
city committee were chosen as follows followsFirst followsFirst
First ward R L Bird C EugeneFletcher Eugene EugeneFletcher
Fletcher Second wardJoseph ward Joseph A Mar Martin Iartin
tin Btrt B rt Bailey Third ward Ashted AshtedTalor AshtedTaylor
Taylor Evan Wride ride Fourth ward J JV Jv
V Dangerfiekl D L Van Wagonen WagonenFifth agonen agonenFifth
Fifth ward Lyon S Ferre J C Swep Swepsene SweiSen
sene seneAmong Among the candidates mentioned for forthe forthc
the nomination for mayor are C F FDecker FDocker
Decker Heber C Jex and William M MRoylance 1 1ROJIanct
ROJIanctNOT ROJIanct RoylanceNOT >
NOT GUILTY OF BATTERY BATTERYSpeMal
SpeMal to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanProo
Provo Sept 291 A Johnson jr of ofSantaquiri
Santaquln accused by Joseph Pletjen Pletjenof I
of assault and battery was acquitted acquittedbr I
b br a jury In Justice 10008 court today I
Pietjeus little son had been accused accusedqf i
qf < f taking fruit belonging to Johnson Johnsonanti
anti 111 PJetjen went to inquire about It ItPietjen itPletIen
Pietjen Mid JohnfOn struck him him with a ashovel ashovel
shovel Johnson faid Pletjen attacked attackedhim attackedhim
him and he knocked Pletjen down his hishead hishead
head otriklng a stone I IWORKMENUNDERMINE
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WORKMENUNDERMINE WORKMEN UNDERMINE UNDERMINEA
A WALL AND IT FALLS FALLSSpecial FALLSSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanSpringYlIJe HeraldRepublicanSpringville
SpringYlIJe Sept 29TIobert Miller lIlIIernd Millertnd
nd four workmen while constructing a acellar acellar
cellar dug too close to the foundation foundationff
ff the lIner filler meat and grocery grocerystore grocerystore
store and th the entire wall toppl toppled d over overcausing overcausing
causing damage of 2500 2500Miller OO OOIllIer
Miller and his men had a narrow es escape escape
cape from from being crushed crushedGroceries
Groceries hams quarters of beef and andbutcher andbutchers I
butcher sundries were scattered about aboutIn
In great confusion confusionI
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I I MONROE NOTES NOTESSpecial I II I IRpeclal
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraidFtepu huican
Monroe Ion roe Sept 290rders to com commenC6 cornmence
menC6 beet dl digging gln have been received I
from the leh I factory by the farmers
In Monroe Superintendent F B Goold Gooldestimates Gooldestimates
estimates the beet crop for Sevier cuun
ty at about 25000 tons bringing In Inl7er Inover
over 100000 for beet growers KrowersJoseph growersJoseph
Joseph Swindle and John Swain have haveaecuretl
IoCurf aecuretl > d a five years ears lease on the big
IaKleby farm located In Grass valley I
The farm which contains 600 acres Is Isowned isowned
owned by Orson and Alma IagJeby of oftonroe i
Ionroe Ie Lessees sees will take possession i
Immedlatel ImmedlatelDr ilnlneiiatelyDr
Dr Robert Barrowman of Salt Lake LakeIs
Is visiting here prIor to going to Chi Chicago Cliicago
cago to complet his course In dentistry
A course In agriculture will be given givenin
in the pUblic schools this Inter with withJacob withJacob
Jacob Ialfby al in instructor tructor Mr Ir Ma Magleby Ia IaKletty
Kletty spent considerable time at the theCnlversity thetniversity
Cnlversity of California specializing ISpecla1lzingwhile
while away on his mission missionBEAL missionBEAL
BEAL ESTATE SETTLED SETTLEDSpecial SETTLEDSpecial
Special to The HerahRepllbUcan HerahRepllbUcanEphraim
Ephraim Sept 29The estate of ofilllam ofWilliam
William illlam Beal was settled this morning
In the county court A petition for Corrpocatlon I
revocation of letters Issued to Adel Aelbert
bert Rasmussen was dbnnlsed by stlp stipulation I I
ulatIon of counsel the petitioner strik strikinK I
inK out the provision to have the home homestead
stead and exempt personnl property propertyset jl jlstpa
set apart to lor r as exempt I
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To strengthen your body Y M C A Aset
Jet snap an and d ginger into your nerves nervesStore nervesStore
Store up surplus energy by evening gymnasium classes classesThey f
They will put an edge on you and your work will go goeasier goeasier
easier easierNature easier easierNature
Nature never intended you should be cooped up in store storeor
or office or shop shopIf J
If you von cant live on the farm nature requires yon to make makeup if ifill
up the difference by exercise exerciseman
A man too busy to exercise is a workman too busy to tosharpen if if11ar1efl
sharpen his tools toolst
t That8 s the price of a strong body full of ginger and reserve reserveAnd reserveAfll
And that8 that s cheapcompared to the price of being half sick or weak or fagged out outOur outur
Our ur gymnasium cIaR classes s with games and swimming are planned to scientifically meet meetyour meetOllr
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It stimulates the nerves and andstrengthens andstrengthens
strengthens the body bodyHEYLETTS bodyHEWLETTS
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HEAlTH OffiCIAl OffiCIAlGnS OFFICIALGETSASSISTANT
GnS GETSASSISTANT GETSASSISTANTCity ASSISTANT ASSISTANTCity
City Commissioners Helpless Helplessness
ness Pleaded in Communi Communication Communication
cation to the Council CouncilThe
The absolute helplessness of Dr 11 11R MB
R Stewart city health commissioner commissionerwithout commissionerwithout
without his assistant Dr Samuel G GPaul Glaul
Paul was pleaded b by the commissioner
In a CommunIcation to the cit city coun council councii
cil last night enabling him to obtoin
the services of Dr rank B tEoele to towork towork
work In the health department for forsixt forsixty
sixt sixty da days beginning Sept 21 1 at a a15alar asalary
15alar salary of iS a month monthThe I
The plea of Dr Stewart Was based basedupon basedupon
upon the typhoid fever epidemic Dr
Paul was ill two das and will be out outof outof
of commission for another day or two twoand twoand
and for this Dr Stewart gets another anotherlIIan anotherman
man for slxt sixty das dasGeorge daysGeorge
George Gaglos was put In jail for forassault forassault
assault on Aug 18 and gave 50 ball ballto bailto
to appear in court HIs trial was a set setfor setfor
for Aug 2 23 but Gaglos failed to ap appear appear
pear He put In an appearance on Sept Septis
15 and was as discharged Now he wants wantshiil wantshis
his ball money returned The attor attorne attorney
ne ney and committee on municipal laws lawswill lawswill
will consider the mattter mattterC
C Y Hepworth Co asked permls permission
slon to continue slaughterIng cattle at atthe atthe
the plant In Eighth West est street near nearYenth nearSeventh
Seventh Yenth South The matter was re referred referred
ferred to the committee on markets marketsand
and the meat Inspector with power to toact toact
act
Twentytwo property owner living
In the proposed extension 129 have havegron havegrown
grown wear of waiting for this work workto
to start and last night filed a petition petitionthat petitionthat
that the work be started at once onceSome onceSonic
Some argument arose over the peti petition petities
ties of Mc McMIlIan lillan Son for an in inspector inspector
spector at their slaughtering plant and andthis andthis
this finally was allowed for one month monthMembers monthMembers
Members of the council are already alreadyagainst alreadyagainst
against the meat or ordinance lnance and a ameeting ameeting
meeting will be held looking to Its Itsamendment itsamendment
amendment so that the city will nat nathave nothave
have to bear all the expense for the theInspecting theInspecting
Inspecting of cattle cattlefhe cattleThe
The veto ot Mayor John S Brans Bransfonl Bransford
ford In regard to the conflict In the theordInance theordinance
ordInance and franchise for the Utah UtahLIght UtahLight
LIght Railway company regarding regardingIts
Its it tracks In Third West est street was Wa5upheld wasupheld
upheld by the council antI the changes changeswere changesere
were ere made according to the wishes of ofthe ofthe
the ma mayor mayorChief or orChief
Chief of Police Sam M 1 narlows ap appointment appointment
pointment of G A Patterson as pa patrolman patrolman
trolman to succeed F L Boynton re resigned resigned
signed and of John A Egbert as an anadditional anadditional
additional patrolman Wa Indorsed IndorsedThe indorsedThe
The council started to Indorse the theappointments theappointments
appointments of G D Mills liIl Benjamin DnjamlnJ
J Harvey and Frank Wllllams as fire firemen firemen
men upon upon the recommendatlon of Fire FireChief FireChief
Chief W V H Glore but then referred reflrredthem referredthem
them to the police an and fire committee committeeThese committeeThese
These men are appointed to fill va vacancies vacancles
cancies made by J Chief hlef Glore when he heexpelled lieexpelled
expelled three men for assaulting a re reported reported
ported some weeks ago agoHANDBY
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HANDOY HOUNDfDBY HOUNDED
BY TH THE THEBusy POLICt POLICtBusy
Busy Jimmy Victim of Perse Persecution Persecution
cution at Hands of Chief of ofDetective ofDetective
Detective Sheets
ITncalledCor attacks of long standing standingagainst
I against James HandbY known at all west westI
I ern em tracks as Busy Jimmy culminated culminatedlast
1 last night In Handb Handbys s arrest by George Georgechief GeorgeSheets
Sheets chief of detectives on the ground groundof
of vagrancy vagrancyIt
It seems that at the spring meeting ot ofthe
I the Utah Jocke Jockey club Handb Handhy incurred incurredthe > d dthe
the displeasure of Judge P I P PQmproy PQmproyand
and Handby was ruled off the track trackcharge rh rhharge
charge was that Handby made state stateI statements
I ments that he could not prove t trlmen dtrimental > trlmental
tal to the interests of the meeting Hand Handi Handby
i b by was given no hearing before the stew stewards stewards
ards and his effort to present his case casehave casehave
have failed failedAt failedAt
At the opening of the Buena Vista track trackhe
he was ejected from the grounds and Rndwarned andwarned
warned that he would be run out of town townSheets townSheets
Sheets is said to have taken his cue cueI cueand
and In his readiness to better his relation relatlonshl relationship
I shl ship with the Utah Jockey club he last lastnlgVt lastnIght
nlgVt nIght threw Handb in Jail adding to th thagranc tho thovagrancy
vagrancy agranc charge that of insulting an of officer offleer
fleer Handb so Sheets says Insulted Insultedhim Insultedhim
him at the time of Handb Handbys s arrest A Atouting Atouting
touting charge was also placed against agalnsHandby againstv
Handby HandbyYo
Yo M Iurr the wellknown starter starterand starterand
and manager of the Ogden Racing asso association
elation after a conference with Mayor MayorBransford IaorBransford
Bransford and Chief of Police Barlow BarlowobtalnEd Barlowobtained
obtained Handbys reI release releaseHandby paS >
I Handb Handby Is known as a Murray lurra man
having been employed by W V M 1 Murray
In various positions at his meetings meetingsHandby meetingsHandby
Handby expects to bring legal actions for forredress forredress
redress for hIs rough treatment treatmentBREACH treatmentBREACH
BREACH Of GOOD GOODfAITH GOODFAITHCHARGED
fAITH FAITHCHARGED FAITHCHARGEDJapan CHARGED CHARGEDI
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I Mining Monopoly in Man ManI ManTokio
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Toklo Sept 29A special dispatch dispatcht dispatchfrom
t from Washington the Asahi declares declaresI declaresthat
I that the American government will I
file soon an offIcIal protest against againstthe
the recently concluded convention be between between
tween Japan and China wherein the thefermer thefcrmer
fermer secured a mining monopoly In InManchuria inManchuria
Manchuria The dispatch maIntains maIntainsfurther maintainsfurther
further that America which desired desiredto
to procure an Interest In the monopoly monopolyregards monopolyregards
regards Japans failure to consult consultashlngton consultWashington
Washington In the matter as 0 breach breachof
of good faith The dispatch declares declaresthat declaresthat
that the Manchurian convention Is re regoardId regarded
goardId as a distinct violation of the theopen theopen
open door policy to which Japan JapanwaR
waR pledged pledgedThe pledgedThe
The matter ha excited a great deal dealof dealof
of comment in official circles and th thpress the thepress
press but the whole stor story is denied deniedon
on high authority authorityBaron authorityBaron
Baron Kagoro Talcahlra who Is gen genrally generally
rally supposed to have been relieved relievedfrom relievedfrom
from his post as Japanese ambassador ambassadorto
to the United States on account of hIs hIsfailure hisfailure
failure to make the Ichurlan policy polleyof
of his government pleasing to Wash Washington VashIngton
Ington was received In audience to today today
day by the emperor and empress empressI empressWashington
I Washington Sept 29The state statement staterment
ment that this government has decided decidedto
I to make a formal protest against the thetreaties
treaties between China and Japan Is Isdeclared isdeclared
declared bJ competent authority to be beunfounded beunfounded
unfounded It Is saId to be doubtful doubtfulwhether doubtfulwhether
whether Secretary Knox has given the thematter
matter any serious consideration
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skirts of fine black Panama In Inblue Iiiblue
blue black and brown pleated ef effects effects
fects trimmed with buttons and andstraps andstraps
straps worth 400 today and to tomorrow tomorrow
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