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UTAH STATE NEWS
BBj Tho Ogden sugar factory will start
BAgi on this season's run this vrcok.
BB The SoclallBts of Suit Lako county
Bftl havo placed a ticket In tho Mold.
Bft The Utah DnptlRt convention held a
BB three day's bcbhIoh In Salt Lako City
BB )ast week.
BBX A roco between four yachts was run
HJ on Provo lako on Sunday, large crowds
HJ1 witnessing the contest.
HJ: A mlno of Bait has been discovered
HI near Corlnuo. Tho salt Is In n puro
HJ crystalline state, free from coloring
BB impurities and of good quality.
HJ Warren Fenn, who klllud Ilobcrt
HJ Klein at Nnmpn, Idaho, last wcok, was
BBJ formerly a resident of l'rovo, and has
BBJ always borne a good reputation.
BBJ Fred llcatty, who recently commltt-
HJ ed several burglaries In tho southern
HJ; part of Salt Lako county, has been
BBJ' sentenced to ten year's Imprisonment
BBJ C. W. Wiley, formerly night yard-
HBJi master for tho Southern Pacific at
BBJ' 8parks, Nov., suicided at Ogden, Ink-
BBJ' tag morphine. Fumlly troubles led to
BBJ I tho deed.
BBJ For transportation to and from, and
BBJ! admission to Uio various resorts In and
BBJ adjacent to Salt Lako City, tho pooplo
BBJt paid aproxlmntoly $150,000 during tho
BBJi months of June, July and August just
BBJ! Roy Allen, of Park City, was acci-
BBJ tfontally shot In tho head by a com-
BBJ panlon while the two boys were hunt-
BBJ tag with a 22-callbro rifle. The shot
BBJ vas"a glancing one' and Allen will re-
BBJ The School for tho Deaf and Blind,
BBJ aao of the state Institutions, located
BBJj la Ogden, opened last week for the
BBJ school year. There were ten of the
BBJj Blind and thirty-six of the deaf who
BBJ entered the classes.
BBJ Tho annual convention of the Grand
Hf United Order of Odd Fellows, a cot
BBJ' red organisation, was held In Salt
BBJi Lako last week, twenty-two delegates,
BBJ representing Utah, Colorado, Wyonv
BBJ , Ing and Montana, being presont
BBJ A call has been Issued for all hand-
BBJ cart company veterans to mcot In Salt
BBJ Lake City on October 3, when it 1b ox-
BBJ pected a stato organization of those
BBJ hurdy pioneers who crossed tho plaint
HJ in tho early days will bo effected.
BBJ During tho wcok noarly 4,000 acres
HJ of grazing lands In tho mountains west
BBJ of I.chl havo been applied for by Lchl
BBJ people Tho lands will be purchased
HJ from tho stato at I2.G0 per aero, and
BBJ will bo paid for in ten yearly Install-
BBJ ' monts.
BBJ Tho city council of KayBVllle has
HH found a new use for tho telophono in
BBJ, connection with tho outbreak of dlph-
BBJ , thoria thore. Aa soon as a caso is ro-
BBJ' ported, a 'phono is installed for tho
HBJ, convenienco of tho family in ordering
H, Fred W. Prlco, state statistician,
BBJ, had a narrow cscapo from death Frl-
BBJ' day afternoon, when he fell down a
BBJ Ofty-two foot shaft in the Chief Moun-
HI tain mlno In Dig Cottonwood canyon,
BBJ' sustaining a fractured rib and being
BBJ . bruised about the back.
HJ Alex Uedqucst and other associated
BBJ ' with him have bought tho Oenova ro-
BBJ sort on tho Denver & Illo Orando wost
HJ of Pleasant Grovo, and will open up a
BBJ country club houso. Improvements In
HH tho way of driving wells and planting
BBJ , trees will bo begun at once. ,
BBJ Cyril Rlchlns, tho thrco-y car-old son
BBJ ' of Thomas Rlchlns of Ilonefer, was
BBJ Tory sorlously Injured whllo playing
BBJ ( on a teeter board at his homo. Tho
HH child bocamo overbalanced and fell
BBJ heavily to tho ground, striking In such
HH a way as to break hla thigh.
HH John M. Drowning, tho inventive
HHJ locksmith genius of Ogden, has Just re-
HHJ turned from Dolglum. Ho brings homo
BBJ ' a vest pocket pistol, another of his
HHJ now Inventions which has Just boon
HH put on tho European market by a big
H Belgium manufacturing houso.
HHJ Bmery county's alfalfa seed crop this
BBT year Is going to be tho greatest in tho
BBJ history of tho county. John 8. Lewis
HHJ has between CO and 70 acres, and his
HHJ crop will, It is estimated, aggregate
BBJ 110,000. Several other farmors havo
HJ between 25 and SO acros of tho crop.
BBJ As a result of the groal amount of
BBJ precipitation during tho past month
HHJ And the abundance of tho water sup-
HHJ ply during tho summor season, tho
HHJ1 rust haa destroyed much of tho wheat
HHJ fa tho vicinity of Spring City, and tho
HHJ farmers will reap only about half a
BBJ' Gebrgo Stringham' died 'at his homo
BBJ la Lower Bingham last week at tho
HH ripe old ago of 75 years. While ouo
HHJ of thocnrllest settlers ,ofj Bingham, ho
HH was also one of the plonoors'of Salt
HH Lako City. Whllo a moro boy ho acted
HHJ as a guida across tho plains for euil-
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HATIOH IS III HEED
Of MORE RELIGION
'President Roosevelt mak.es an address
at Oyster Bay on the Necessity of
Religion and Clean Living.
Oyster Bay. In nn address at tho
bl-centonary celebration of tho Christ
Episcopal church hero on Saturday,
President Roosevelt tnfkert of tho ne
cessity of religion and clean living for
the welfare of tho nation.
"I cannot understand any American
citizen," ho said, "who has the, faln'- t
feeling of patriotism 'and devotion to
his country', falling to appreciate 'the
absoluto essential need of religion in
Its broadest sense, to tho welfare of
"If it wore not for tho fact that in
our villages and towns as they havo
grown up, tho churches have grown
tip In them 'and In tho churches men
whose work is not for the things of
the body, but for the wclfaro of tho
loul, It would not bo tho nation that
It is, becauso the nntlon would not be
a fit abode for civilized man."
He said that our matorial founda
tion of wealth was but a baso for tho
spiritual growth of the nation, and
while tho material ought not to bo
slsregardcd, Its rcnl object ought not
to be lost sight of. Tho mUslon of
tho church woo not to work In tho In
terests of ono sect, but for humanity
as a wholo,
"I wish to emphasize the vital Im
portance to this nation of our people
bolng taught to realize that Christian
ity manifests Itself In the conduct of
Its most humblo professor."
Hero tho president read sevorni
versos from tho Bible to point out that
not the hearers, but the doors of the
word, were tho true followers of
On the subject of riches the presi
"There Is nothing I abhor moro
than tho tolling 'of an untruth, whoth
cr unconventional untruth or not, and
I would on no occasion be understood
as affecting to deprecate material woll
being. To toll mon to disregard riches
entirely is to preach to them a doc
trine which It is imposslblo for them
to live up to, but which the preacher
knows perfectly woll they, will not
try to llvo up to. But put riches below
tho things of the soul. Give to the
body what tho body Is entitled to. Tho
multl-mllllonalre Is not a harm, but a
good, to tho communliy If he appreci
ates that ho Is only a trustee for the
cause of goodness."
Tho president emphasized the ne
cessity of every man being thorough
ly self-supporting ns a basis for spin
Itual life. Ho concluded that the sen
timent of the only life really worth
living was one that mndo othors bet
ter becauso It had been lived.
ADAMS CHARGED WITH MURDER.
Released on Habeas Corpus, But Again
Taken Into Custody.
Boise, Ida. Tho caso of Stovo
Adams grows complicated. No objec
tion was mado by tho stato to his re
lease on tho writ of habeas corpus Is
suod by Judgo Stowart Friday. Ho
was Immediately arrested on a fugi
tive warrant issued on tho request of
tho sheriff of Denver, Colo., on a
charge of murdorlng Lyte Gregory In
that city May 15, 1904, and Is held In
charge of Uie shorift of this county.
Now Sheriff Angus Sutherland of
Shoshono county, this state, has
wired that ho Is coming' for Adams,
armed with a warrant charging him
with complicity In tho brutal murder
of two men on tho St. Joseph rlvor in
tho fall of 1904.
Those mon wore named Tyler and
Walloy. Thoy wore shot from am
bush and it has always been under
stood that J. L. Slmpklns, now a hint
Uvo from justice In connection with
the Steunenberg assassination, was
ono of tho murdorers. it
Whaling Steamer Lost In Arctic, 'Bui
Crew Is 8aved.
New Bedford, Moss. News of th
lose of tho San Francisco wballni
stea'mor Alexander In tho Arctic wai
received hero in n telogram from Cnp
tain James A. Tllton, tho commandci
of tho vessel, to his wlfo, who is a res
Ident of this city. Tho telegram wni
sent from Nomo, Alaska, and gave n
details furthor thnn saying that th
crow was safo. Tho Aloxander. nl
though hnlllng from San FrancUco,
was manned by' a crow of Now Eng
Jealous Husband's Deed.
Pittsburg, Pa. Lawronco B. Cook,
mombor of tho Pennsylvania legisla
ture from tho Fourth district, whe
Was renominated by tho Rcpubllcnn
party Saturday, was on Sunday fatal
ly stnbbed by Andrew MncMIIInn, a
Justice of tho peaco and a wealthy
roetdent of Carnegie. Cook hecamo
famoitB during tho last legislature for
being tho author-of tho Creator' Pitts
bnrg bill. Cook Is said to havo been
in Mrs. MncMIIInn'fl compnny at tho
time of the stabbing. MacMlllan was
arrested and held without ball.
Earnings of the Rio Grande
Now York. Tho annual report of
tho Denver Rio Grande Rallroa
company for the year ending Juno 3J
last shows gross earnings of 19,C80,
J16, an Increase over the previous
year of 2,CC4,C00. The net earnings
were f7,B81,943, an Increase of 519,
897. Tho surplus for tho year after
paymont of dividends and exrenpe
for the now equipment and betterment
was II EG, 839, a decreaso of 1121,698.
New equipment and bo t torments cost
11,160,000, an Increase of S8G6,0Sfc.
Soldiers Wreak Vengeance for
Killing of Two Comrades
by the Terrorists ...
Infurated Mob Attacks Jewish Quar
ters of Sledlce, Destroying the
Houses and Shops, Over One
Hundred Persons Being Killed
j, ' or Wounded.
Sledlce; (Russian Poland. A massa
cre of police and soldier's was at
tempted here Saturday night. Imme
diately afterwards the troops attackod
tho Jews. ,
All day tho soldiers attacked civ
Hans, Christians or Jews, robbing and
murdorlng them without discrimina
tion. Hundreds of persons wero
killed or wounded. Tho streets wore
It la reported that drunken reserv
ists started tho masHacre.
Warsaw. Terrorists Saturday even
ing shot and killed two soldlors guard
ing a government alcohol store at
Sledlce. A detachment of Infantry
rushed up and fired a volloy Into tho
crowd, killing two persons and
Then tho terrorists retaliated by be
ginning a massacre of pollcomen and
soldiers patrolling the street and Sun
day noon tho' Infuriated troops at
tacked tho Jewish quarters of Sle
dlce, destroying tho houses and" shops
It Is reported that over 100 persons
wore killed or wounded, and that ths
town Is in flames.
Tho Jows hero aro panic-stricken.
Alarming reports are being circulat
ed In the city.
CONFIDENCE IN 8TOLYPIN.
Octoberlst Leader Approves Program
of the Premier.
Moscow. In tho course of an Inter
flow Alexander Gutchkoff, the Octo
berlst leader, gave his approval to the
general tone of the ministerial dec
larations, adding that the court mar
tluls aro a cruel necessity when a
virtual stato of war exists In at least
a part of the country. M. Gutchkoff
compared tho conditions existing In
Russia with those at San Francisco
aftor the recent earthquako there
when looters wero killed without oven
the formality of a trial. Ho said tho
pillaging hero was on a similar basis,
having ccasud to be revolutionary and
bocomo mere ruffianism. "I must
say," said M. Gutchkoff, "that I have
tho greatest confidence in Premier
Stolypln. There novor wns such a
capable and talented man In power In
Russia. I bellovo in tho honesty of
his intentions and hope he will be
ablo to execute- his program In spite
of tho opposition close to tho throne."
ANFL008 TAKES MOQADOR.
Jews In Morocco Are Receiving Harsh
Treatment at Hands of Insurgents,
London. The Times' Tangier corre
ipondent says there is considerable
inxlcty at tho foreign legation and in
official and native circles regarding
the events at Mogador, from which
thore has been no news slnco the dis
patches wero received.
"Tho troops were only "persuaded
to embark from here,1' the correspond
ent declares, "by!promlserof an oppor
tunity for deserting on their arrival al
President of Life Insurance Company
Must Serve Three' Years,
Minneapolis, Minn. Dr. Jacob
Force, formor presldont of the North
western Notional Life Insuranco com
pany, must eervo threo and a half
yearn In tho penitentiary unless the
supreme court grants him a.now trial.
Judge' Broqks dcnlod a motion for n
now trial In' the 'district cotfrt. Dr.
Force was charged with having ex
pended for his personal use largo1
sums bolonging to the Insurance com
Mexican Government Is Not Afraid of
El Pasp, Tex. A special to the, Her
ald from a,s,taff.correpondsnt.sent to
Douglas, Ariz., to meet General Luis
Torres, commandor ofptbcv Mexican
military tone embracing tho statesvof
Sonera, Slnalon and Lower California,
declares thOigeneral calls hit tho sen
sational revolutionary talk "nonsense"
and says; -
"Tho men under nrrest have no
money, have no influence and are sim
ply wretched rascnls who havo fled
from 'Mexico to escape from their
British Vice Consul at Baku At
tacked on the Streets.
Baku. Leslie Urquhart, tho Brit
ish vico consul here, who was decor
ated by King Edward for horolsm in
rescuing English Isolated at Balaflh
na from .Tartar insurgents during the,
massacres of 1905, and who Is one of,
the most promlnont men in the oil re
gion, was the victim of a sorlous at
tack Sunday night In the center of tho
city and miraculously escaped death.;
Though-he was fired at eight times at!
i short range, his only Injuries wore
six slight flesh wounds.
ACTIVE VVA R Ft R E BEGUN
IK- PINAR DEL RIO, CUBA
Insurgents ,Blow Up Two Railroad.
Bridges Near San Luis and Armed
Men Prevent Workmen From
Havana' Two bridges of tho West
ern.. railway botwcenAPlnnr .Del Rio
and San Luis, south of that city, were
blown up with dynamlto Friday' morn
Ing. A forco of men sent to repair tho'
bridges was stopped by a body of
robots, numbering at least 500 men.
General Avalos,r commander of tho
government forces, -has'tofograpliod to
tho authorities to send three rapid fir
ing guns to the scene of tho bridge de
struction In order to enable htm to
protect tho workmen sent to rebuild
the structures. With proper protec
tion tho railroad company officials
think they can repair the bridges in
Pino Guerrora's forco, however, Is
bocoml'rv increasingly numerous In
that patZ of tho country. The peoplo
there do not think that, tho govern
ment can suppress tho insurrection.
ADDED FORGERY TO CRIMES.
Hippie's Villainy Made Clearer As In
Philadelphia. Forgorlcs for more
than a quarter of a million of dollars
by Frank K. Hippie, the suicide pres
ident of tho defunct Real Estate Trust
company, havo been discovered by Re
ceiver Earlo. Tho latter made this
statement late Friday, adding that ho
had no idea where Hippie's villainy
would end. Hippie, in order to mcot
his Immedlato overdrafts, usod tho
namos of sonic of tho most prominent
business men of this city on notes
which in somo cases amounted to
The president had taken copies of
tho signatures of a nuinbor of busi
ness mon while some of their checks
or negotlablo securities passod through
hla hands, but in overy caso ho avoid
ed to uso tho name of a Roal Estate
Trust company depositor. -
When pinched for money to meet
his overdrafts or somo big Segal loan,
Mr. Earle said, as a last resort Hip
pie would draw up a note with the
forged signature attachod. This he
would tako to the cashier or paying
'teller, saying he had personally made
tho loan, and It was discounted. With
the amount to his credit bo would
satisfy tho pressing claim.
BLOCKED BY QUERRERA.
'Peace Overtures Do Not Move ths
Havana. All peace overtures are
blocked by tho refusal of Pino Guor
rera, tho Insurgent leador In Plnar del
Rio province, to enter into any ar
rangement for an armistice. Guerrora's
answer to the government's announce
ment of its readiness to grant a ten
days' nrmlstlco Is tho blowing up of
two bridges on tho Western railway,
the cutting of railway communication
beyond Plnar dol Rio city and an at
tack on San Juan do Martinez. It is
believed that San Juan do Martinez is
In tho hands of tho insurgents and
that tho garrison, consisting of 100
government recruits and a small forco
of mounted rural guards, has boen de
feated or captured.
CROP OUTLOOK GOOD. '
Yield of Corn In Kansas Will Be Very
Topeka, Kan. Crop reports now
coming in from tho various counties
'ovor tho stato to the offlco of tho sec
retary of tho stato board of agricul
ture, F. D. Coburn, Indicate that the
rain In tho northern tier of counties
has improved tho condition of corn
and that this fall will show the biggest
crop ever raised in Kansns. These re
ports conio from tho secretaries of
the various county fair associations.
Packing Companies Given Until No
vember 10 to Plead.
Chicago. Trial of tho charges
against tho various packing companies -under
Indictment alleging a combina
tion In restraint of trado and com
merce has boon postponed Until Nov.
10. This action was taken 'after a
conference between attorneys for tho
govrnmont and tho packers for the rea
son that nolthor side would be pre
pared for trial by Sept 10, the date
originally flxod by Judgo J, Otis Hnm-.
No Revolution In Mexico.
El Paso. "There will bo no trouble
Sopterabor 1C, or nny other Uino from
revolutionists In Moxlco, for thore are
nono. Tho peoplo are satisfied." Thus
spoko Gov. Ysabol of Sonora and ,Gov.
Canedo of Slnnloa In unison on their
arrival hore en route homo from Mex
ico City, where thoy have been In
conferonco with Prosldont Diaz. Thoy
declared their trip to the capital was
for pleasure and buslnoss comblnod
and mado uo reforonco to the supposod
'California Murderer Goes to Scaffeld
Without a Word.
San Francisco. Harry Brown was
banged at San Quontla prison Friday
morning for tho murdor of a saloon
man named Dunn in 'Del Norte county
on December 29, '1904. He asoended
the scaffold at 10:30 and was dead
within 12 minutes from the time tho
trap was sprung. - lie went .tq his,'
death without a word, although in the'
.eafly stages of his Imprisonment ho
'bad been considered incorrigible and
eave tho prison officials a great deal
J MM, Ml
Havana's Business Men Ridi
cule Efforts to Settle
Trouble in Cuba
Liberal Leaders Demand Better Terms
Than It Would Be Possible to Give,
Including' Reinstatement of Lib-
- erals'who Were Deposed "
Havana. Whllo the peaco projects
havo caused a general suspension of
revolutionary operations, no appreci
able progress townrd anything llko a
satisfactory understanding has been
mado. Tho liberal leaders Insist that
it Is unjust to regard them as insur
gents, and assert that thoy are mere
ly seeking peaco. But thoy declare
that not only must tho terms bo bet
ter than heretofore talked of, but that
there must be somo guaranty that tho
conditions will bo carried out.
Tho demands that come from tho In
surgents includo tho restoration ' of
deserters from tho rural guards to
their former positions, the reinstate
ment of liberals who last year wero
deposed from municipal offices, the re
tention of nrms by tho insurgents and
other equally radical propositions.
Tho liberals havo not yet relin
quished the hopo that thoy may bo
ablo to forco tho resignation of Presi
dent Palma and all tho high govern
ment officials. Tho succession of Vlco
President Mendez Capoto to tho presi
dency Ib also discussed. The liberals
seem to think they could reach an un
derstanding with him. There Is noth
ing to Indicate that Mendez Capote la
a party to this project.
Many business men of Havana ridi
cule what thoy call a "patched-up
peace," which thoy allege can be only
temporary. Some go so far as to as
sert that tho country never can be
governed rightly or investments bo
absolutely safeguarded unless tho
United States Intervenes. This is
frankly stated In some cases also by
high government officials.
CONGRE83 WINDS UP BU8INE8S.
Governor Chamberlain Chosen Presi
dent, While 8scramento Gets
4 Next Meeting.
Boise. Tho fourteenth national ir
rigation congress closed its sessions
Thursday evening, after voting to hold
tho next congress nt Sacramento, Cal.,
and electing as president of tho fif
teenth congress Governor George E.
Chamberlain of Oregon.
Tho enthusiasm of the Callfornlans
over Sacramento's victory was the
moro pronouncod becauso of tho nar
row margin by which tho victory was
won. Tho attractions of tho James
town exposition had been cleverly
presented and on tho first ballot for
tho convention city Jamestown was in
tho lead. Sacramento won on tho
Governor Chamberlain was the
unanimous cholco of tho congress for
president, and when ho was escorted
toUho platform and expressed his ap
preciation of the high honor accordod
him by tho representatives of thirty
statos of the Union, ho was given a
MORE LABORERS WANTED.
8a'n Francisco Offers Great Induce
ments to Worklngmen.
San Francisco. There Is plenty of
work to be dono In San Francisco
and vicinity in the rebuilding ef tho
city, but thore is a doplorablo scar
city 'of laborers. High wages aro bo
ln'g paid,, tho scalo for unskilled labor
bolng from 2 to $2.t0 a day, teamstor
$2,75, while bricklayers got $7, 'plas
terers $5, blacksmiths $4, painters $4,
carpenters $4 to $7, and all .other
tradosmon, are paid equally good
In order to help supply workmen
in the rebuilding of tho city, tho San
ta Fo ralroad haa established cheap
one-way, ' second class colonist rates
to California, dally from Soptombor
15 to October 31, which, In connection-with
their tourist sloepor sor
vlco Bhould make it possible for thou
sands of good workmen to reach San
Francisco and securo work.
Joint Statehood Not Wanted.
Blsboo, Ariz. As a result of the
convention held horo Thursday by
both tho Democratic and Republican
parties of Arizona, Mark Smith of
Tucson was named as tho Democratic
candidate for congress and W. C.
Cooper of Globe was named as tho Re
publican candidate This is the olghtli
time Mark Smith has been nominated
by Democrats of Arizona, boing first
named In 18S6, Both parties ado'ptod
an Identical resolution against Joint
Aeronaut Dashed to Death.'
Oskaloosa, Kans. At, tho county
fair here on Thursday, Jerry' Turner,
an jnoxporlenced balloonist, fall, 200
foot from a trapeze suspended' from
a parachuto and was Instantly killed.
Tho parachuto doBcended slowly,Tur-
nor performing on n..trapozo below.
Whon 200, foot .from the ground, while
'swinging ,wlth' Both, hands, ope '.ws-'
'eden to-loosen and b'o clung 'by' tho
left hand, struggling to regain hold
with-hlB right' hand,' but, his strength
becoming exhausted, ho fall head
UTAH WOK GRAND PRIZE I
' FOR HER FRUIT "EXHIBIT I
Display at National Irrigation Con- H
grets Awarded Silver Cup Against BJ
All Competitors. jHJ
Boise, Ida- Utah won back n H
Wednesday' tho 'supremacy In frtSpt H
which it lost -to 'Idaho -at Ogden' thro 9J
years ago. The victory was decisive BJ
and tho urfanlmoW decision ''ef' the H
Judges was approved by 95 per cent Bj
or more pj Bolt's Inhabitants and vis- B
I tors. BJ
Four silver loving cups were of- Bj
fered by tho congress. That for fruits BJ
was won by Utah; grains and grasses,
,?anyon cdnnty.ildaho; vegotables.iAda
county, Idaho. Tho cup for sugar
beet has not. been awarded. The
Judges havo examined tho displays and
sent the beets to tho chemlstof tho
Nampa sugar factory for a test as to
sugar contents, on which the docisloa
will bo based. "
At the morning session of tho 'con
gress on Wednesday William K. Mc
Allister of Denver, tho first speaker,
dealt with tho Immigration question
and raised Issues that Involved tho
congress in most carnost discussion.
The Coloradoan advocated foreign im
migration. John P. Irish of California
asked tho congress if It would not bo
better to close tho country's gates to
the moro than 1,000,000 of foreign
immigrants who were coming annua)
ly and give tho youth of our own laAy
a higher opportunity. Tho Cnllfor
nlan declared that tho immigration
today was not a patriotic Immigration,
but a parasitic Immigration. O, W.
Mott of St. Paul, general Immigration
agent of tho Northern Paclflc railroad,
agreed with Colonel Irish.
The morning session closod with an
address by W. H. Newell of tho recla
mation service on the methods under
which irrigation projects are con
tracted. At the afternoon session discussion
of "Laws Governing Wator Rights
and Methods of Appropriating Water
by Different States" was Introduced
by Dr. Elwood Mead of the reclama
tion Bcrvlco. Stato engineers repre
senting ten states wero present, but
the only speakers were John W. Lewis
of Oregon and John W. Wade of Hel
ena, Mont, president of the State En
Richard W. Young of Salt Lake City
read a paper on "Sugar Beet Legisla
tion." His argument was against the
free admission of sugar from the Phil
ippines, as has been persistently advo
cated before congress.
, Colonel Robort H. Harrington of the
South Carolina delegation presented
'The Drainage NcedB of South Caro
lina." . k
Questions of climatology and ralaA
fall wero discussed by Mr. Brandon.
burg, In charge of the weather bureau
GRAND UPRI8ING PLANNED.
People In All Central American Re
publics to Rite.
New Orleans. Tho existence of nn
alleged Junta which Is said to bo col
lecting funds and supplies for a revo
lution to bo started simultaneously
about November 1 In tho five Central
American republics, Costa Rica, Hon
duras, Salvador, Nicaragua and Guate
mala, Is announced here. Don An
golo Urgatel, who says ho Is a cousin
of Pollcarpo Bonllla, brother of the
president of Honduras, said in an In
terview: "I am Informod that there Is to ho a
general uprising In Iho Ave republics.
My mlselon is to' collect funds for a
revolution In Honduras, whore Poll
carpo Bonllla, my cousin, will lead tho
insurgent forces. Tho peoplo of the
five republics In Central America aro
all dissatisfied w)th their rulers."
Urgatel added that ho bollovcd an at
tempt at revolution In Salvador will
be In a failure, but that ho hopes forA
success in tho othor republics. U
MOROCCO WILL MAKE NO FU68
Uncle 8am May Have Stensland and
Washington. The Moorish authori
ties all interpose no objection to tho
removal to America of Paul O. Stons
land, president of tho Milwaukee Ave
nue State bank of Chlcigo. A dis
patch to this effect has boen received
at tho stato department from Minister
Oummcro at Tanglor, dated Wednes
day. Thoi dispatch!. added that Stens
land Is a prlsonor In tho American le
gation thoro. '
The Balloon Exploded.
Wichita, Kan. A special' to thb
Baglo frbm McPherf'm'snys: Whllo
filling a balloon preparing to mnlto
an ascension, Jack I.oroy was fatally
burned as n result of tho explof Ion of
ilho.balloon, when gasoUno wns thrown
on tho flrp. Burnlui from hqad to
foot, ho broko through t:.o crowd of
toTor-slilckon spectators. J Sovotal
men caught him and tor. hU clothe?
from Itlin, but ho wan bo sovorely,
burned that no holies for his Tocovery
are ontortalned. ,) f
.Oakland Man KIHed by A,uto'., '
Oakland. Whllo .returning from a
trip to San Joso at about 3 o'clock
Wednesday morning, In a hoavy tour
ing car, Leo C. Rowloy, tho owner of
the machlno,, and a party of friends
wore thrown Into a Hitch about" 'a'mllo
and a half, east or Alvarjulo. Rowley
wsjj pltchpdforward,over the. front
whcola of. tho macjilno jjtjdwaa In
stantly killed. Tho othor mombors of
the-party were , uninjured... .Young
Rowloy was tho son or Dr. M. M. Row
ley. who "resides In DcrkdJoy, Thorsj
were six people In tho party. '