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VOL IV NO 34 SPANISH
ARRY HUGHES
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2 blks west Coop
FORK UTAH
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el Money Loaned
luMtri farms low Interest special op
I lion of partial payments
a d residence one block cn8t of Coop
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BAND BROS
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select white fOfjf
anon 5 and 550
1 uniformity in select brick thai
Lot be obtained south of Provo
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b Flowers supplied for all occa
Funeral designs kept on hand
filled to order
kinds of Furniture Repaired
trace two blocks North of Foundry
SPANISH FORE UTAH
F I antic n Mercantile Go
DEALERS IN
III MERCHANDISE R DRY GOODS
I to Blocks East of City Square
LY JAMESON Manager
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TRAIT ARTIST
blaMirtellbulldlnff Main street Open
JlJijfrom 10 bUlldlnlli Bp m Workman I
f HI I material guaranteed uptodate
OUTDOOR PHOTOGRAPHER
SPANISH rose UTAH
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OflM and Besidenoo Jns
south 01 City Square
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BOLT 0 F mOM R 0 SKY S
SMITES nRONG
Two Hundred People Struck by
Lightning One Being Killed
and a Score Injured
Crowd Was Assembled at Race Track
In Utah Town Watching a Race
When the Bolt Came Without
a Moments Notice
RIchfield Utah Llflitnlne from a
clear sky hurled 200 persons to the
ground killing one Tuesday after
noon Another will probably die
Twentysix more arc Injured several
of them badly
The bolt foil in the midst of 2600
people all crowded close to the rail
of the new race track They were
watching the beginning of the days
third trotting race It came without
warning A terfillc report startled the
thousands Half dazed by its inten
sity those who had escaped the shock
caught their scattered senses to see
maddened horses dashing In all direc
tions through the crowd while 200
men and women lay prostrate
The bolt came from a broad strip of
clear sky between two approaching
cloud masses Its explosion when It
struck on a wagon was the first warn
ing of its presence The ground had
been wet by light showers and tho
electricity scattered over the grass
In blue flames that Knocked down
stunned and burned victims on all
sides It ripped wagon wheels and
seats and shattered the track fence
The crowd had gathered at the new
fair grounds They had come from
many surrounding points in honor of
Utah Commercial Travelers day Tho
races were the main thing of interest
and they had crowd d q8emtt
track all along whose circuit they
were strung
When the bolt struck some thought
dynamite had exploded Others
thought It was a giant firecracker A
rush toward the place followed as
soon as people recovered their senses
Horses were running madly some
dragging carriages and others loose
Women and children shrieked with
terror
Tho area over which tho shock was
felt extended about 100 yards each
way A number of wagons and car
riages In this area were broken by tho
forco of the lightning
Mrs A D nnsmussen was In a sur
rey with her family of children when
the bolt fell The horse ran away and
the vehicle was overturned Mrs
Rasmussen was badly I Injured as was
a little girl The mothers nose was
cut off H S Lyle a horseman who
had just lined up his sulky for the
His
start had a strange experience
animal was dazed for several seconds
as was the driver Both clime to
about the same time and tho horse
bolted at once Still half dazed the
driver held grimly to the reins and
guided the horse around the track By
the time his wits fully came to him
ho had the brute under control
The new fair grounds the scene of
miles
the accident are about three
ram town
After the first shock sustained by
the throng assistance was given to tho
injured It vas found that Altus Dean
of Richfield 19 years of age was dead
Among the most seriously Injured
are Dwight Bean Hlchlield will prob
ably die clothes nil torn off
Mrs A B Williams badly shocked
and burned about head and back
bad
Mrs Harry E Mills Richfield
burned about left side
I shocked and
ly
Mrs A O nasmussen llicmield
cut lIT
n080 Ine Clark Uichflehl shocked
hurtled CJor head
IlUSfflTMUflnMn Internal
Child of Mrs HasDlussell
ly I hurt Richfield hair
W E Annum
uiirnVd off badly shocked
Glenwoocl hair
Archie Anderson
from head badly shocked
burned badlyj
All tho above are btlll confined to
their beds wore about a score of others
TherE wu
less seriously Injuiod
Terrorized by Tartars
A dispatch from
St PetersburgA
received Tuesday says
Ti Ills
tho southeast Caucasus
The whole of
Is now terrorized by Tartars Refugees
us S
In hero from1 Baku
pouring
fugees arc Shusha DetailS
KM bothpol and
several en
Shusha show that
from between Tar
gagoments were fought behind regular
tars and Armenians Ilor
positions anti thrt was a conshlerablo soon In lIamos
tion of tho town 01l1clal estimate
According to an destroyed
200 onseswere
mOff than 200 h houss wero
e
SPANISHLNISH FORK PRESS
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FORK UTAH THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 7 t 1905 Entered at Spanish Fob Fork 21 1903 Utah xa second Act of clnmss Contrross mutter Mnroh Post A offloa 1871 r
IJWIIESE TREATY
SIGNED O AT PORTSMOUTH
Consummation of Great Historical
Event Is at Least Reached and
War In Far East Is Ended
Portsmouth N ItThe treaty ot
pace between Russia and Japan was
signed by tho representatives of tho
two empires at 147 p I m Tuesday
On the Instant of the consummation
cf the great historical act u salute was
Shred at the United Slates navy yard
on Klttcry Point
Both Russian and Japanese mis
sions on their arrival at the navy
yard were received at the entrance
of the building by Admiral Mead
while two companies of marines com
manded by Major Mosos rendered mil
itary honors
The copies of the treaty of peace
brought to the navy yard had been
carefully compared by the socretarlos
of the two missions In order to avoid
the necessity of reading them before
the signing at which personages ex
traneous to the negotiations assisted
When the secretaries had ascertained
the perfect exactness of the two copies
af the treaty tho plenipotentiaries
nd the other members of the two
missions entered the conference hall
accompanied by Assistant Secretary
telrce Goeinor Mclnnc Admiral
Mead and the mayor of Portsmouth
M Wit to the chief of the Russian
plenipotentiaries was the first to
ilgn his Mme to the treaty After the
lerenionlos of thc signing of the
treaty Baron Do Rosen delivered a
short speech pointing out the Import
ance of the event and the Influence
It will have In the relations between
the two countries He ended by ex
pressing the satisfaction he felt nt the
good relations which have character
ized the work of the plenipotentiaries
Baron Komurn replied paraphrasing
Baron De Rosens speech and ex
pressing his thanks for tho kind
words addressed to himself and to the
tnembelB hismtaston
Time entire Russian missIon headed
by M WItte attended a thanksgiving
service celebrated In Christ Episcopal
church both by American and Russian
clergymen
lieentering one of the chief mem
bers of the Japanese mission said
The treaty signed today may be
the most Important historical feature
of the twentieth century
BABY WAS IN THE WAY
So Little One Was DrutallyfMurdered
by Unfeeling Monster
New YorkA confessed accom
plice In the murder of her 2yearold
daughter whose mutilated body was
subsequently bathed and neatly clad
in its best clothes and then tossed
Into the open doorway of a west side
tenement house Agnes Hyland aged
25 years was locked up Monday night
Gustave Denser a plumber with
whom the woman lived as his house
keeper Is also under arrest The
mother told the police that Denser
killed her baby girl Gertrude because
and that
cause It was In the way
she helped to dispose of the body
According to the mother the child
who was an attractive robust young
ster with a profusion of light curly
hair and blue eyes was beaten to
death the previous night because
Denser who has throe children of his
own objected to h r presence in the
home Later the Tjther washed the
body to remove the bloodstains and
dressing It carried It to the doorway
where it was found
CORPSES LYING IN THE STREETS
Fifty Persons Killed and Many
Wounded During Fight at Baku
St Petcrsbuig Dispatches re
ceived by the minister of the Interior
estimate fifty persons were killed dur
ing tho lighting at Baku Caucasia
September 2 with a relatively large
number of wounded the majority of
whom wero Tartars No olllclal ac
counts of Sundays casualties had been
received but private dispatches re
port that corpses aro lying about the
streets and that Incendiary urea have
already destroyed 1G1 buildings and
Both factories after
are in progrebs
the former disorders supplied them
selves lully with arms and they are
now almost as well equipped for street
lighting as the troops
n
Cuban Campaign Becoming Somewhat
Strenuous at Times
Hat ana During a street demon
stration by liberals at Guanabacoa
Sunday evening at which Governor
Gomoz the fuslonlst candidate for the
presidency and other political leaders
were twice engaged in tights with
moderates much stono throwing and
several shots were tired The occu
serious
pant of a carriage was
wounded by a revolver bullet and six
other persons were injured by mis
siles
MIKADO THANKS
OUR PRESIDENT
Praises Roosevelts Efforts in
the Direction of Peace Be
tween Warring Nations
Expresses the Belief That Peace In the
Far East Will be Permanent Ac
cords the President Full Credit
for the Part He Took
Oyster Bay President Roosevelt
on Sunday received from tho omporor
of Japan warm thanks for his disin
terested and uncomlttlnK efforts in tho
forested and unremitting efforts in tho
an expression of tho Japanese cm
peers grateful appreciation of the
distinguished part tho president has
taken in the establishment of poaco
in the far east Tho cablegram
which wns received from tho emperor
personally follows
Tattle Sept I1ho President
I have received with gratification
ycur niBpgo of congr tulntlons con
voyed through our plenipotentiaries
and thank you warmly for it To your
illalntorested and unremitting efforts
In the Interests of poaco and humanity
I attach tho high value which IB their
due and assure you of my grateful ap
preciation of tho distinguished part
you have taken in the establishment
of peace based upon principles ossen
tlon to lie permanent volC iro and
tranquility of tho far east
MUTSUH1TO
The cablegram from time Japanese
emperor puts nn end to tho rumors
that the omperar was dissatisfied with
tho terms finally concluded by his plen
ipotentiaries with those of the em
peror of Russia Ho accords President
Roosevelt full credit for tho part ho
took In bringing about peace upon
principles essential to the permanent
welfare and tranqulllty of the far
east
The concluding sentence of thg ca
i lltp rI1Itttllrrpl1 l 1I1 slgnlflenN It
evidently voices tho belief of the Jap
nneso emperor that the treaty about
to lie concluded at Portsmouth wlU be
tor a permanent peace
DIABOLICAL SPANISH OUTRAGE I
Bomb Exploded Among Crowd of Holi
day Makers Many Being Killed
BarcelonaA bomb exploded with
terrific force Sunday afternoon on tho
Marine parade which was thronged
with holiday makers A panic ensued
and the air was rent with the shrieks
and groans of the victims who num
bered twentyone including one wo
man killed and five persons mortally
wounded The bomb was conical In
shape and covered with cement Tin
perpetrator of tho outrage is un
known One witness stated this morn
Ing that a child was seen to deposit a
bomb at the foot of a tree while an
other version IB that the bomb was
placed at the root of the tree and that
the man who was seen to place It
there was Injured by its premature ex
plosion
SERIOUS UPRISING IN CHINA
General AntiForeign Movement Re
sults In Rioting and Bloodshed
Victoria B C Advices wore re I
ceived from Peking by the steamer
Athenian that tho uprising of the
Kalohus an organization similar to
the boxers is assuming serious pro
portions In southern Shansl Tho in
surgents have burned many govern
ment offices and yamens Imperial
troops several thousand strong con
sisting of cavalry Infantry and artil
lery wero sent on August 1C to put
down tho Insurrection but were re
pulsed by tho rioters
Killed Faithless One
New York Rnraged because his
sweetheart Rene Sanne whoso pas
sage ho had paid from Norway In or
der to make her his wife broke her
promise to marry him Rudolph Wil
liamson killed her Immediately after
tho murder Williamson shot himself
Ho will die Tho tragedy occurred in
n Brooklyn apartment Letters loft
by tho couple showed him tho girl
whom Williamson had courted In tho
old country had promised to marry
him if ho would pay her passage hero
Dramatic Suicide
San Diego Cal During Sunday
evenings services at Nazarene mis
sion an unknown man arose and com
batted some of tho doctrinal points
that had been advanced Efforts to
Induce him to desist from his argu
ments resulted in his producing a bot
tle and declaring Only faith is
necessary If I have faith I can drink
this and it will not hurt me With
this he swallowed the contents and a
moment or two later fell to the floor
and soon died The bottle had son
tamed carbolic acid
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