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THE DESERET BS EVENING NEWS NEWSIUUIn
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MONDAY I NDA AUGUST S SO < l Y U I NU NUMBEu lHEU 231
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QtIlN THROWS THROWSUP
UP THE 1 SPONGE SPONGEWants
Wants 1S Minister Conger to be Its Peace PeaceCommissioner PeaceCOJ PeaceCornrnissionerReIlley
Commissioner COJ lnissionerRe1ttcy Remey Tells of ofEvents ofEvents oiEvents
Events in Pekin
J1he 1b Chi ChitllltHnl Chthd ChthdtudY
Au Auj
WbIflgtOfl blorton loday ma t rormal aPflIl aPflIlf IPD IPDrUgI
e tllltHnl ChI at 11 it itt1It
f IhNUlfh rUgI 11 1111 1111f HWS
110 appolntrDJ1lt ot an Amr AmrIl
Il f L r tIll brtn abOUt abOUtS t tI
to
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dUL 5ttn TbI com comnbn C0tllis
S f rnera enerI I peaoe peaoet PS
t nbn of PeId I I1hwIng tbe tbeI
capture
th
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of Chinas Chinasthe ChIflSrtn oompw oompwI I IrhLwlnl
I rhLwlnl lib the druggie and ad her helde heldel1k d dtrrnji dv <
rtn n l1k tI kc term Tho he reply of ° tH tHul the thit
v ROVrament baa ha not yl ylottn Y Ytsrfl
it t lalA A
ul known ImowntI
ottn muJ applictlon came to toIb I Itb
Ihans i a
tI Hun denveretl denveretlt
IIIlnltr and nl WU washrhnvderea
Ib Chili il departmnt at t 10 10I I Ir
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t billl btt I th Shortl aftr aftr11 tt ttr4
momln
r r4 I k thkii5IlCTht thi 11 WU made acquaInted acquaIntedoh qUtflte qUtflteh
deliid In the U abwnce abwnceI 0 0ratY crsirY
oh hrhnvderea h Ihilla hi Secretary Hoot < lh lhvrhaunK the thef Ihr
I and
Kay Y
ratY irv
to New Ne York wh whlln wbo wbolien whCIV1
gone
vrhaunK hallnK
f lln lien most InoJ l Ctlv tlv in the ChII ChII4ttt CbU CbUwa CblnIlJtltr
opportunity for forcouncil forb1ntt a acolLlntl
lhr wa was at no
IlJtltr 4ttt
colLlntl b1ntt council councilWANTS oundlWAST
WANTS MINISTER M1SIt CONCail CONCailTh
If LI nun Chang Chn11 Chn11lODpr 1 1lt IMtllttr
Th Thr he application PP
lt Mister Conger or IOme other offl offlu oml1alllPd otflttned
commissioner to toite nego negofr ne neIIP
u nsmed as n
< Bai Baiu Earl
of hostilities
cessation tI8t1on
Cr 11 l
IIP ite a willingness to go wbere wbereth her herltl
u 1 tX jLreMi may desire to conduct th thagututln tbe tbegvlallln lba
uus lOWLle
ltl lid thlu tllil tlliloil lidffl
expected that
agututln uml IIn < l It Itll Is
a eithir Pekln or Tien Tain I Iut In Inenl F F4t
llhrf
oil ffl u l
will cccu cccuft QOCurwbat
negotiations
> lI
th
ut 4t vent
conquered tern terrtr
practically
ft wbat tut i
the Chlnee en enthat enIhb enlt
1 in flw fl iUKg IUlllld110P stlon of
r ry
Minister Conger be named a aJ U Utot ath
that
J commissioner Is I said Id t ti to toI IS
m
tot th Amen Amrlan
i I due to the tb fact that us a Mr Conge Conger
S rtlieved from personal danger a aJKM at atkill ai
I r
JKM i kill he h t IS free fr 1 to conducUtbe conduct tbe negotlJ negotl
J 6 I ini n have hlj the advantage adva taI of beln belnVs belnIh
5 Vs Th T Ih di alIIlallon tMIl tiput flotT tiputTh uation tlun of the United State Statei ltatuolr tt
i unur t < > a to o be similar to that mad madth
ell clrUMIMHS ellumWl cituntn
these
wert Under
I th nhr power II <
It i probable that tlwr tlwrv
l s
UMIMHS umWl
nterence In order that tb thK tbmar tb15ier
v I 1 b a
uct In unison A Au to thli thlii thuthere
15ier K M n mar > y
h i i r there ii 1 no official announce announceitut annoUDCMill
Mill fr U Hung Hun Chang appllcatloi appllcatloib
b H barely lLttl had time to get et before th thli thlIJnt lbnd
li lIJnt iJUt IIn n nd < < J hi hlu adviser adviserHJLKA advieriPLEA dviRJIPUA
PLEA FOR TUB BMPRBSS BMPRBSSiwth MPRUAhsther
important development I Itut 11 11tr1 Itht
Ahsther iwth O > Jther r
tut 1 > t the he Influential vlctroya ll4ro o otuna of ofthma
thma 4 tuna li IIttJ Ld d made application to the pow powr
r trI iruMIng It I II believed thoUntt thoUnttcutes U UII1t d dtl8
cutes titt that no dlsrsspect be shown oWfl t tih to toIh tnrrr <
o orina of oflla 0S
ih < mpeior m eIIIr and empress IWeU dowager
S rina lla It Is undwstood that the theIfln gov govinr JOvolronl
inr Ifln olronl nt I Informed that at t least t one on o 0rtlietit1 orinmul of oft
rinmul t lHal powers p0W Is I prepared ppadItut tc tcthat to towJ
wJ > that there th re will be no person personiDJiKrit penonal penonall PSrSOflor
maj majJO m3St m3SONDTIO a aCONDITION
iDJiKrit l jl tdl > or r disrespect to their
t
CONDITION JO ONDTIO 1JITI0N IN I PBKIN PBKINT
T Tt iunditlcn lr IMld lde of Peklt Pekltro Peklnrnh NIIIITnk
ro rnh ik more clear today b bt by byfrom
t s < iti > u h from Admiral Remey glvluj glvlujiUiti glYinIh villi
iUiti > h < rport from one on of hi his stal stalt eta etaS talr talrLltulnant
t S r Lieutenant Lattlmer as a to the theruitiun thipUufl
of tb ther tb111lng tbrnvng
ruitiun 11101 n the 16th It spoke
r ming on the Imperial city cityi
i limrlnit c out the Tartar crews crewsiater crenjh CWPhtttet
jh iater city Ity contains the lb Tartu Tarturui
1 < > rui < 1 and fld u I the headquarters for to the theN theIU thiuI
N i IU u uI Turtar troops Admiral Remeyiivr Remeyi kmyliJth
iJth ivr h IK I s ax a follows followsTakk folicwlYakL odowsTakt
Takk AU Aug 1AuthntIc 19 Authentic report reporin
n Pkr i kit kl uth Ih from Lieut Ijittlroer IjittlroerinK
I 11 inK on Imperial city Clear Clearu
u I t iv r city clt Alt Amertcani Amertcaniin
in > 11 in Pekln are at re well except exceptutiiiij esoItIu1 soepttlIIJ
utiiiij tlIIJ 1iPt > ipt Myers Myenncoveted yeJl recovered from fromuni froni4I
uni 1 hi i Iynhold ohold crisis pasted and andiiK andw nd ndw
w iiK vini Assistant Burgeon Burgeoni SUlleowounded Surgeonwounded
i wounded upper left leg legi leturtd
r i i mrcd t I rod Leg saved now re reii rerI reTt
rI
ii 11 rIIlwlnl r a i wing were killed during duringsi
si 1 lii I II 1ckin 1ckintt
tt J F Panning Fallnl Private C CKii CIIi Ch1
Kii h1 IIi J w V Tucher 3 1 Kennedy Kn R RTI RI ItTI
< TI 1 I lf A Turner and H Fisher Fisheru lahrv
u v < JIlj 11 < i private J Schrooder el eli 1 1w lI
w i H I t now dangerously lit front frontr trom tromocr
ocr r seaman awun J Mitchell upper arm armI armlecovering
I nw 11 recovering tecoverlnI
A I h r wounded and n1 sick returned returnedto
to dut dUll dUlli >
i 11 Y MaJ > > aJ Blddles Bld41 command commandiuk
iuk Tn J II paling First Lieut I eut Butler Butlert
st t irivate I Often wrist PrtvaM PrtvaMirri Pritrrl PrtyatsVarrI
VarrI irri i Shi ht temple all slight slightI IIbtItI
I on r i from Chines Chin source that thati
r > > i II ramily have escaped esos esostfl psd and are artn aredAJARE
tfl n routt tu 8lan Pu
RBMBY RBMBYMA JtJIIMICYAIHJ
MA dAJARE SAiKK AIHJ OF 0 MISSIONARIES MISSIONARIESifchmKtni XIUIO lI1OARI8thhirKfl ARI1C8 ARI1C8hil
ifchmKtni hil In Aug Au IOTbe The state tt dohi de deiTn
iTn 4 II IJl u hn hl morning received a dls dlsn dllfa dl dlh
fa h rn Consul Fowler dated Che CheA Cheth
< r < A I unt Uth th It roiates at to the thef theII4
I II4 1 f mlB mllonarl lonaries and l1d other lit litI t tru tuTir
uTir I Fu ru u whiehhasbeu > lilch ha hal been referred to tor toml tOC
C ml tor < > r times In the press lire lie dlst
1 k t J ha hu generally enraU been eon conIJo eonJt eonhave
IJo j t have hll e txcurred u < on Jun 20th 20thfit I8tbj th
Jt fit e Ant IIntlart iart of the dispatch Is 1110 I so bad badJ badInR
j Ic InR tne4 1 J In transmission that It Ul U I It Iv isto
v 1 Iv luak much out ot It Th ThI
t t I lb tvllw 14lowuUh
Uh > l received August Uth 1Ithn
1 tot f m 4tateJ 4tte u Washington SJven veQ veQI veQItlnth
n thiriFth h Itlnth Reported all J J1reeb J1reebInlUl re8by >
I rut n n i irmrle Pao P TIDe TIIt Fu killed killedpremise kn knIn
JUf II t premise burned Same lameI
In nthi ht athollc th 11c mission Rain RailIM
Ilu l work jrt July JgrUtt Jul lit at t tJ tt
IM > t AniiTican A Board 1 > Pltkln P11kmtrying T TI
J 1I1 I I trying try tn to keep kee P gang kfl out outT outItJ
htMe T Mrrell OouM n uvoo taken flowr DonrjJ
ItJ UISu jJ tlrl killed DagnallT killed kill killtU
fc Lvir tU n IIplf 1P CooperSelVlans Coo Cooper tr Ul1tans eI Waf I fate fatefn reflllll
fn flritn vm OB omij > C 1 I had d sent all home homefu hometV1t1
flllll
y 1mn Inn AM ath natiem v connected COlUJlOledtf connectedsuifered
fu 1 tV1t1 f in rn suffered like fate Author AuthorFOWLBll AuthonIi
tf 1 Ii mE mellon lint b by TIl TIlIt
ln IIlI lHlflartN
FOWLBll FOWLBllM1
I h I It j M1 at the war department that thatof thathkhl thatIIt
hkhl hkhlI I rts of continued cotlnUed fighting In Inn Inlite
t inii < ate
that
the allied forces forcesin orces
uni in a n vtm I Kit Of aaaifhy h I in thf thfawnTV IbflIIt1h1 S
awnTV Itt Illah Izlany dliord til disorderly oIl1 rdtrt rt > r IWP people and nU no nolf notul
lIIt1h1 JTItOPI
lf f < ntrolllng n n This hll especially especiallyf
tul
f It h lh < j e If t the reported re Orted flight flighttru nighttrued lIhttru
tru trued lIl 1 dowager do o ger and nd emtwror Is Isfr IInlCtltat Isq0nt
nil > qu q0nt nUY It h1 been found touDdd1
nlCtltat d1 fr f or th t tr troop ° P to restore or orruqlfiJJ orcIty
In thf th t city l and Ddh carry < < rry out the In Inunder InllnC InCtIng
ruqlfiJJ under er which leh our forces forceaIIfJMIJARDWI are areMBARDMRNT aiilMHARDINT
llnC
MBARDMRNT IIfJMIJARDWI T C1OE8 ON ONt O Olfflln ONliri
liri lfflln A Af AU 10 ThO
t IINip ofllee oflleen
f IV dll dhspt ll h fJoDI Ut Lbs Get Oerdt
dt n rM ul a thChe ° Che Ch 5 too 00 uatler todays todaysempe tood1beaned
In ivig th
beaned dolwdarer dowager empe mpi wa want
Sd tll insIde nt the tb
e ea palace ao nt P Pe ¬
kin and that the tb allies alii were still boabardlng boa bonaar4tllf bosslmrdin
bardlng th t te e fortifications fortificationsf torttncatlonaPURUINa forUfloattoniDURIUING
UHSUINO PURUINa f TUB BMPRBM BMPRBMDOWAOBR IIMlRIIiDOWAOI1R YM11tSDOWAUIt
DOWAOBR DOWAOBRIx DOWAOI1Rlondoll DOWAUItLondon
Ix London > ndon Aug Au WTh Japanese Japan cay cavairy cayairy cayairy
airy has left Pekln In pursuit of th thdowager tbdower lbdowiget
dowager empress em pre and her 1 court ac according aceordlq according
cording to telegrams tlOl from the nort nortreceived north northreclved nortreceived
received at Shanghai by Chinese Chin ol olflclals ofIIcial otnelals
flclals These dispatches aver that th thempress the theempre thempress
empress and her treasure train pro protected protected protooted
tected by b 80000 troops have already at atrived anrivud r rrlvucl
rived at Wu Tal San In Shan 81 1 provInc prov provInce provoInce
Ince The Th field telegraph tele pb north c cTangtsun of ofYntlun oYangtaun
Tangtsun Is I Interrupted and Dd nothln nothlnunder nothlncunder nothinunder
under Pekln date appears p JI to hay havreached ha hayreached e ereacbecl
reached Tangtsun since August 17UHeavy 17U 17thlleavy 17tiheavy
Heavy rain have been falling In th thprovince the theprovince thprovince
province of Pe P Chill ChillThe ChiliThe ChillTile
The landing of the British troops a aShanghai at atShanhal aShanghai
Shanghai I II not causing excltemen excltemenamong elCcltelllntarnon escltemonamong
among arnon the natives A detachment o of
100 French marines landed there th r todajA today todycUltoml
A t customs cruiser Is reported to have havgone havene baylone
gone ne to lien Tain In to take away th thforeigners tbe tbetorelrnere lbforeigners
foreigners rescued from Pekln PeklnMany Peklnf PeklnMany
Many f Influential Chinese have Inter Interested IntrIfted Interoiled
oiled themielve In the fate of a China Chinaman Chinmn Chinaman
man sentenced by b an English court s sHongkong at atJlonllconl aHongkong
Hongkong to six Ix month Imprlsonmen Imprlsonmenat
at t bard labor because he was w a mambo tnambeof tnemberof
of a triad societyRUsSrANS society societyRUSSIANS IOCItnU88rANS
RUSSIANS WERE V1 RE MAUUNRD MAUUNRDWashington MAIIU MALIUNItDWuhlngton D DWublnrton
Washington Aug Au 20 1OnIe The diplomatconnected diplomat diplolllaticonnccteel diplomatconnected
connected with the Russian embass embasshave embsashave
have been annoyed by constant report reportattributing rportlattrlbuUn reportattributing
attributing atrocity to the RuIaitroop Ruulai Ruulaitroops Rulantroopl
troops In China One or the most nota notahie sotable lot lotble
ble instances was an alleged Interview Interviewwith Interviewwith Intervleiwith
with Mrs Anna Drew Dre wife of Mr sirB E ED EU
B Drew the chief secretary of Sir Itob Itobert HobErt Itobott
ert Han A a refutation of the sentl sentlments sentimenu entlmente
menu put In her mouth Mr fJl Drew Drethaii Drewhap Drehas
hap addremed d41t11 the following letter from fronChicago fromhlcOIO franChicago
Chicago under date of August t 14 t tthe to tothe tithe
the Russian ambassador After A tter th thusual thuual thiUsual
usual opening open In phrases she says soysWe saysWe 0 0We
We have been living IIvln at t Tien PaIn th thpast the theput hi hipast
past year and I returned from then thenonly thereonl thenonl3
only onl last iai week Our steamer was be besieged beIleed beIeged
sieged with newspaper newf a fr reporter upon upoour uponour upotour
our arrival at San all Francisco and al although althoub although
though I wa extremely careful caretulln In wha whaI wheI
I said to them a great reat many atrangi atrangithings Itllft Itllftthlnl strsngthing
things have been put Into my m menU moutlby moutbby menUby
by some disagreeable people peopleMRS p peopleBRa l lXRI
MRS DREW DENIM DEXIBSThe DENIMft
The ft went of all was w an n artlclt artlcltwhich aytieliwhich rtlclwhlcb
which attributed to me the most hor horrlble horrlble hotrible
rlble story of the atrocities troom committee committeeby
by the Kuislan soldiers I wish lIh to 4eathese deju dejuthese s sthele
these statements In full and nd asihe 1M ac account a adOOGt sbcount ¬
count has tee copied Into nany east eastern tutern eastent
ern paper it has perhaps came me t tyourwrtlc to toMt1 ICbotkr <
yourwrtlc botkr Mt1 e I feel feeithat that J I at t least mu mutell mUlt mUlttell musitell
tell you how false It an n is In fart fartran factin I Ican
ran from rum my m own experience during dUrlnilhnee duringthose duringtholl
those terrible day I of the siege ele of Tier TleiTfiln TlenTeln TierTeIn
Tfiln ppeuk only In the highest terms termiof ttrmaot termsof
of praise Ilrnlll of the Russian soldier whi whiundoubtedly wboundoubted whcundoubtedly
undoubtedly saved our 11 lIei l II s on morithan more morethan morethan
than one occasion occasionIn caloDIn
In giving this letter out for public publictlon pubUctlon publicstion
tlon the Russian embassy eID y wishes It un underitood undertoad understood
deritood that little Importance I Is at attrlbutod attrlbuted ittributed >
trlbutod to the effect of at the stories re refleeting reectl tofleeting
fleeting ectl upon the Russian troop Wen WenIt W WIt
It not that the lady concerned I ii de deslrous detlroUI dopirous
slrous of correcting the false tal reports m mnotice DOnotlre ncnotice
notice would be taktn tlk of them as th thfacts the thefact thefart <
facts themselves are the best refuta refutatlon refUttlon refutaton
tlon of the sensational canard pub publlshed pubIIthecl publisbed <
llshed with the obvious purpose ol olprejudicing ot otprtJudlcinr otprejudicing
prejudicing the American IrleaII press p and andpeople n4people andpeople
people against the Russians RussiansURAVERT RU RuisiansIHIAVERT IIIn IIInDRAERY
URAVERT OF RUSSIANS RUSSIANSIndianapolis RUBaIANBIndluapolla RIJgLUSIndtanapo1Is
Indianapolis Ind Aug AU tOThe fol following folIgwln following ¬
lowing Igwln letter wa received last nlghl nlghlfrom nlJhttrom nigblfrom
from lets 11 Diaries harle Denby Jr dated datedTien dated1Ien datedlien
lien T ThIn ln July Jill 20 On 0 the night ol olJune ofJun olJune
June 16 enormous Ore In the natlvt natlvtcity natlvltcity natIvcity
city were started and the Boxer begat begattheir betaDtblr begintheir
their attack on the settlement so wt wtwere w wWfle wewere
were all aroused at 4 oclock and nd even eve eveon everyone evenone
one on who lived In the extra concession concessionwent concessionWent on onwnt
went either to friends on the tb Victoria Victoriaroad Victoriaroad Victoriaroad
road or to the town hall As It haD haopened haDpened banpened
pened Mrs Von on Hannekln had asked askedus lIkedu
us u to come to her In case of alarm sc scwe sowe 0 0We
we escaped to the town hall Then Thenwere Tberewere Therewere
were perhaps one hundred people who whoremained whoremained whoremained
remained in their own home All the thirest th threat theroot
rest were huddled together In Gordon GordonHall Gordonnail
Hall for ten days daysSUVBD d d1wJIID daysS1AVED
SUVBD PIlE Nt FORBIONKR8 FORBIONKR8The FOJUnO FORIONIIRSChinese GR GRTbe
The Chinese troops were every everywhere evrrhre everywhere ¬
where Two o days before the alarm 1M 1MRussian 1T1ORualan I7 I7RussIan
Russian troop arrived They Tb saved aavsdour savedour ved vedour
our live IIv JiM It not been for them all allof allof U Uot
of us would ould have been slaughtered Ilat htered On Onthat Onlht Onthat
that Monday they th fought 5000 5 OO Chinese Chineseforolgn Cbln Cblnf01ll11l1 ChIneseforeign
foreign drilled troops for twelve t hoursAt hours bOlULAt beenAt
At one time they the thought they could couldnot oouldnot couldnot
not hold them at t bay ba but In the th even evenIng evenIn evenni
Ing In ni the Russians still till maintained theIrpositions their theirposition tblrpoIIltiODI
position How the Russians fought and andsuffered anduffered andputfered
suffered I cannot describe their cour courage coure cantale ¬
age e For three days they lay la In the theopen th tholn theopen
open exposed to a terrible Ore without withoutbeing withoutbeIng tthoutoolnr
being able ble to fight back The Chinese Chinesewere < blneHre hInesewire
were re behind trenches so 0 the Russians Kuislaoecould RUIII1aIcould Russianscould
could not afford to waste t ammunition ammunitionAll
All these day da we 11 were watching watchingand atchln atchlnnd
and nd waiting for reinforcement We Wecould w wcould Wecould
could not believe belle the admirals would wouldbombard wouldbombard oulll oulllbombard
bombard the lb forts and plunge plun u ii into intowar Intoar Intowar
war ar and nd then leave u us with Ith only onl a few fewhundred fe fehundred fewhundred
hundred troop Such however wathe 111the wa wasthe
the case No one on knows where the thefault tb tbtult lbfault
fault lay I There had been dreadful days daysof cia ciaot dayof
of fighting But when the second wconl addl additional addltlonal addltionsi ¬
tional troop were w dispatched from fromTaku frnmTaku fromTaku
Taku after the arrival of Jim Watts Wattethe Wttlthe Wattsthe
the brave rav Ruwdan rider the they wet were able ablewith ablwith bl blwith
with sueh a reinforcement to work their theirway tlll1ra theirway
way a through Thus they all arrived arrivedon
on Sunday morning and we w war warsaved wreed weresired
saved ed
FronTING IN PROaRBSS PROaRBSSWashington PItOORESIVaehington 8 8Wlblqton
Washington Aug M 1OJI1t The Japanese Japaneselegation Jpaneeelegation JapaneselegatIon
legation has received several Important Importantdispatches Importantdilptcb Importantdispatches
dispatches On received today tod from fromToklo frolllToklo IronTbkIo
Toklo dated August II 18tter say sayAfter saysAlter
After tter entry Into Pekln wa 11 effected effectedby
by b the Allied troops the Chinese Chin troopon troops troopson
on August AU a It 1 betook themselves to and andremained andrmalntd andremained
remained In the Imperial palace A Abody Abody Abody
body of Japanese troop was told off offto offto offto
to guard the palace and there they th r met metwith metwith metwith
with obstinate resistance by IIr the th Chi Chinese ChinlM hi ¬
5 nese troop lighting I is still going on onThe onThe onTb
The headquarters b of the Japanese JI IUINf army armyI arm armII
I II In the legation and nd the th division I Imainly II IImlnlr iimainly
mainly quartered In the villages IU out outside outIlcle outside ¬
side of Antlna AlltI Men MnnAnother MenAnother tftll tftllAnother
Another telegram dated the Uth UthKlves 1thIte 15thgives
gives the rrport of the Japanese Japa con consul conul tonSsul ¬
sul ul general nen1 at Shanghai saying ytng Shengetodits Sheng Shengcredits Shencretl
credits cretl the report that the emprew emprewdowag emprelll40wapr empremdowager
dowager r and probably the emperor also alsohad allohad alsohad
had left Pekln as 1 the prKy council councilcrossed touncltCfOUId councIlcreased
crossed the Luken bridge btllI on the 15th 15thbearing 15thberlng 11thbearing
bearing the banner of the th Imperial cor cort cortelt corloge
t loge ge Alio that Prince Ching Chin 1 U cUll un
In Pekln although Prince Tuan IM IMfollowed 1tU 1tUfollowed hifollowed
followed the empress dowager dowagerCHINESE dowprOHJN1C8JD dowagerORINEE
CHINESE 8UHROUXDBD 8UHROUXDBDWashington 8U1ROUNDiDWathlqton SURROLTNDDwashington
Washington Aug iOTne UU d dpartment dprtmellt dt dtpartmebt <
partment has 1 received A eebWlrftl eebWlrftlthrough JJJs rai raithrouch
through Consul Fowler at t CheJV CheJVfrom Cbs 100 100from Pa Pafrom
from Consul Rajfsdale at Tien en Pill Ttisaying PillsayIng hInIn
saying In that the Chines troop are lIur lIurroulld sulrounded ui uirounded
rounded by b the tb allied army In the pa paace pal palae piace
ace ae ground at t Pekln PeklnIMlOHTAXT Peklnm Pekin1M
IMlOHTAXT m 10 poIrtrlIscov1Uty poIrtrlIscov1UtyCause UfANT IHSCOVKllV IHSCOVKllVCause iSCO ICltl ICltlCIUUle
Cause of HrlKlito Urll HrigIst1ItiO1e0 HrigIst1ItiO1e0tninott Dlcoflso HI Offi Asoai AsoaitnlniMl 16081tniliud
tnlniMl by II Dr Ovltl llrown llrownLondon 111011LoucS itroWnLsotidon
London LoucS n Aug HTha Th The Pall Mall 11 Oa OaIItt 01lotte < H Hsette
sette publish a dispatch 41patchwhlcb ftftm tt iii w wwhich Ofll Ofllwhich
which declare that an important HMK HMKleal tQdisil Md
leal discovery d coVtIY concerning the I IBrttbta cause causeBrifnts flI5Enlgbt <
Brifnts disease has h been tl Ma by D DOrM Dr DrOnd UOvid
Ovid Brown formerly of KfW toil Toriand toilsitd to toalIAS
and now W of Rome Romema RomeBIG ItomelIla
ma maGorman JIIWICNUS JIIWICNUSGorlllln IlYIilIISlortOSit
Gorman Ilnnks Show Tlioy Aro 3UI 3UIItilf 11 1nL 1nLItig Ilk IlkIlIle
Itilf Money MoneysrIin 310118Derltn Mo nay nayBarlln
Barlln Aug Au 2OAn A association associationthe of ofUt < CUse
the Ut largest banks has resolved to cot roifine cotSn on onAll
fine All Its brokerage broke business bUlln to linn flnrand linnall4 firmand
and renons registered In the boun bounleglster bottllletell boutslegliter
leglster leglsterA tell Iter IterA
S A dividend of 16 l per cent upon uponcapital UponcapItal a acapll1
capital of 16000000 1bOOO marks has been d dclared de declared deelated <
clared by b the Hoesch Company agalm agalmo Inlt InlttI
o U 1 per tr cent dividend on 000000 mart martcapital markacajltal markcaptal
capital last lastThe year yearThe ear earThe
The Hasper firm declared a 40 pt ptcent Jltr Jltrcent pacent
cent dividend against Dt erne on of 23 pt pacent ptcent tr trcat
cent last year yearPlngtio year11IIJCIIO yearI
Plngtio I lit ttto In I it Mnnlln MnnllnWashington 3hmllnWUhlnrton 31 tttl I In InWashington
Washington Aug Au lOTne record e ethe ot otthe Cthe
the plague in Manila for the two week weekending weekltDdln weekending
ending tDdln July 7 as Just reported nrrted to th thmarine the themrtne lbmarine
marine ho hopltal pital lervlue la seven ne necases new newc flecues <
cases c and five IIv death Of th the ne necase new newca nocases <
case ca four were Filipinos and nd thre threChinese threeChlneee threCliInne
Chinese
A t liotig I lOIl < oti Itltlo ItltloOlbara Hllloalbara lUcIaGibara
Olbara Province of Santiago de Cu Cuba tuba Cuha
ba Aiiz W IOoovemor Governor General Wood Woodiride Woodrid Woothride
ride rid from Puerto Padre Ian Tunas Tun Kntt KnttUolluln an anItoiguin n nHolguln
Holguln on his hi convention canvamwas canvam CanVIllIlcompleted canyccevu
was completed here last night H Hcovered He He60nNd H6overct
covered over 120 milesin miles In twenty hourt houlllnorms hourIIOIIIIS hourtitoiiits
itoiiits KirmusvnicniNG KirmusvnicniNGHuiullu = O OIhllltliu
Huiullu UoportH OH 18 I Morn Prlsonet PrlsonetOnus JrliOllelllOUIIII ltiaoiietUuiia
Onus UuiiaIoncXon 0 CMlttureli CMlttureliIondon Unr tl tlI
I ondon < Aug 2OTh 20 The war office ha hareceived hU hUrece1ved hareceived
received the following follow III despatch from froiLord fromLord trotI4wttRoberte
Lord I4wttRoberte I4wttRoberteIan Roberts RobertsIan RobertJan
Ian Hamilton captured two Xrup Xrupguns KruppJUD ICrupguns
guns at Oliphant Nek August 17tlThree 17tl 17tbThree 1711Three
Three British were wounded woundedHamilton woundedUalll1llon woundedHamilton
Hamilton engaged the Boers all n da daAugust dy dyAQUIt daAugust
August Ivth at Roodekopjes oo ekopJ and lId Crocc Croccdtle CrocodUe CroecdUe
dUe river There were few casualties casualtiesRuudl cuullIeRundl cuualtiesHunch
Hunch reports that 684 Bfjrs sun suirendered nrrodrec1 sunrndred
rendered In the Harrlsmtth dlstrlcAugust dlstrlc dlltrlctAUCIIt dlstrIclAugust
August 11 11loutaoy
ItYon
Yon loutaoy Imtse t nor OH O CUCO 6 Cullml CullmlGeorgetown CollollGlCfItown CitliotiGeorgetown
Georgetown Ky K Aug Au W ItThe The ca caagainst calllIt cas casagainst
against lllIt Henry henri E Toutsey charge chargewith charedwml chargewith
with complicity In the murder of WnOoebel Wn WmGoebel WinGoebel
Goebel was 111 clIEd for trial In Judg JudgCantrills JudpCntrUl1 JudgCantrIlls
Cantrills court this morning The d dfendant de defenltant dofendan
fendant looking pale and weak took tookseat a aHt I Iseat
seat by b hi his wife and nd Just behind hi hicounsel hll hllcoun1 hicounsel
counsel When the list of witnesses wa wacalled wu wuUed waesued
called Ued exState Treasurer Walter Da Dafailed Day DayIed Ditilled
failed Ied to respond and ad on motion of com commonwealth commonwealth cornmoswealth
monwealth hi his recognizance bond wa waforfeited Walltelled Wafotfeited
forfeited telled and nd a forthwith attchmen attchmenVlolonco attacJuneDInlollco gttsclunenIaea
S Siolaitco
Iaea
Vlolonco nt ritaVolts a Wolsli Wol ll Strike StrikeCardiff SUlkeCrdllr StrikeCrdtff
Cardiff Wales Aug Au SoOwlng to tostrike a atrlk I Istrike
strike trlk of some 2000 Taft Valet rallroa rallroamen rallroedmen railroaimen
men traffic on the railroad has bee beestopped beenItopped beelstopped
stopped and there has been some om via vialencu 1olence to toleliCII
lencu against Int volunteer workers workersJohn work workJUhll workers1olti
John I n Ilmvor Donil DonilNew nOIlIINtw IlondNew
New York Aug M IOThe The death a aJohn ot otJolin oJohn
John D Flower of the firm of Flower PloweA FloweCompany
A Company of this city occurred at t th thhorn the the110m thhome
horn of his bl daughter at t Pronts Neck NeckMe NeckMe Neckie
Me ie last night he h was 11 strlokwt ickwst wit witparalysis withparly11 witiparalysis
paralysis Saturday night nightMr lIIhtMr sightMt
Mr Fowler was the Ked of the bank bankIng bankInl bankIng
Ing house of Fowler Company and andbrother i ibrother i ibrother
brother of the lite Governor Roawell P FFlower PFlowr PFlower
Flower He was born In Theresa Tb Jet Jetferson Jetfron Jetteryon
ferson county N K T and wu abou abouM abouteo
M years old He leave a wife ajv ajvthree and andthree ancthree
three children childrenIn
In Not ol Known KnownWashington IIIOWIIWuhlncton I IIOWII IIOWIIWashington
Washington August 20 2OThe The tat statdepartment tatdepartment taltdepartmnt
department has no Information a as t tthe to toth Ii Iithe
the th appointment of Scheklh Boy to sue suereed suecoeiS ue ued
reed d All Perrouh Bey as Turkish min minliter minIter mm mmliter
liter to the United StatesScheklh States StatesScheklh ltatHcbeklh
Scheklh Bey Is I not known to be at atofficial anotlclal atomclal
official of the Turkish foreign oraoe oraoeImwn oft1oarnwlI 0Mmrntt
Imwn Tomtit Champion ChampionNewport ChllllllllullNewport C111t1111IttINewport
Newport R I Aug WW W A ALamed ALamed AIAflted
Lamed defeated G L 1 wrann Jr a atennis at attenDl atennis
tennis here today 13 a 62 I 62 The Thiwinner TheInner Phiwinnir
winner will challenge Whitman for Uu Uuchampionship Utechmlllonhlp lbschasuplonihip
championship championshipA
A 1 TerrllloSlortn TerrllloSlortnOshkosh T TerrIIi rrillo Slurlll Slurlllohkoeb Slot SlotOihkosh
Oshkosh WII WI Aug Au IOA A terrific terrtfKstorm trrlflCtorm terrificstorm
storm struck here this afternoon wreck wrkIng wr wrecklug II IIIn
lug In Oreyi tore on Main street an andamaging and andckmarlnl anddamaging <
damaging several other bulMlngs bull04ll1 The Tbeatorm Thestorm Thtstorm
storm was preceded by b Intense heat heatand beatand heatand
and the day grew lre black ± k as night nightSt nJbt8t
St Paul Minn Aug Au 20 1O8JICII Specials to tcthe toU tothe
the U Dispatch tell of heavy damage dm to tcproperty topropeort toproperty
property and crop In North Dakota by byMVere byeere bysevere
severe electrical storms At NicholsonTowel Nicholson NlcholloDTowel NicholsonTowel
Towel and other place many man bulldlngi bulldlngiwere bil41ngWere lIdln1 lIdln1were
were wrecked and cars lifted from the thetrack thetrack thetrack
track by b the fierce wind The Ih rainfall rainfallwas rainfallwas
was over two Inches InchesCnttlonmn IDCh IDChCnttl0lnRII inchstCottloinnit
Cnttlonmn Shot Doml DomlWichita nomlWichlt 1ontlWichita
Wichita Kansas Aug Au 20 IOMr Mr Huff Huffcattleman JluffeatUmD huffcattleman
cattleman and lId farmer was shot dead deadIn
In his own home in Custer county countyOklahoma cOGatyOkIahom countyOklahoma
Oklahoma Friday night by b some one onewho onewbo onewho
who fired through an open window Tb Thherd Tbhrd Tbherd
herd law there la said td to be the th causof cause caueeof causeof
of the th crime and more trouble Is I feared fearedKilled f fJUllcll fearedKilled
Killed CliloflRO by hut hutChicago HontChicago IIORICIIleam
Chicago Aug A 20 IOMe The Intense Int heat heatoday hettoda heattod
toda oday resulted in n a number of prostra prostrations proetralion lOlt lOlttlonl ¬
lion and two deaths The dead are areG areO
G W Williams heart disease d super supernduced IUperInu superInduced
Induced Inu by heat heatChamberlain heatChunberl1n heatChamberlain
Chamberlain an infant died from it itreata atfectiothest f ffeota
feota fectiothest of heat t
Tcrrillo Storm StorlnI StorlnU1wukee StormMilwaukee StormMilwaukee
Milwaukee W WIIJ Vii I Aug A H GA A special specialo ecial ecialto
to o the nl Evening Wtooonstn from iii iiiboygaa She Sheboygan Ibeborn
born Wla WIIA says saysA
A terrific windstorm wtDdltonnlttlick struck this city citythis cllrthtl citythis
this afternoon It came e suddenly from fromhe tronatb fromthe
he tb north It I wrecked ked eight Ibt large larxebuilding larl largebuildings
building Including the Crocker Crkr choir choirKctory ehatrfactory lolr lolrtao
factory bUldln tao brewery brwy of Conrad Cnrd Schrler Schrlercompany Iclrler Iclrlercmpn1 Sebriarcompany
company and nd 2mbl Zutibals brick yard and andabout andbut andabout
about cmpn1 but 206 I houses bo The Te pecuniary punlr dam dawage d dI damage
age I is estimated tmate at 1300066 Xo I loss 10 of ofIfe oCIt oflit
It lit Ife I is reported repor hut many persons prna are arebelieved a arebelieved
believed beleved to t have hae been blt Injured InjuredHlcli tDjUI tDjUInel in3uredhid
hid nel Mnn lUllIRhilod lUllIRhilodAlbany Klilnai IthhIRIIIol IthhIRIIIollhr > > ml mlAlbany
Albany N T Aug AUI 20Henry tHenl W WHeist WHet WHeist
Heist lhr of Elmira and nd a woman named namedMr nleel nleelXJI namedMrs
Het
Mr Suet of this city cl have been ba ar arrested arItfd atrested
rested 11 on a charge of kidnapping It I Is Islalmed I Iclaimed
Itfd dt
claimed that IHst induced inducedman ExAlder ExAlderman EIAI ¬
man clalm Kbel tht a wealthy WMlh man mI to go to a ho hoel h o otel
ma tEl el here Ibl and d preparation JPirAUlnl w were 1 t beta betamade bq bqmae beiag beiagmade
made to remove remo him to a nanlUrltim sanIttinElmira nl ttl at atIlmlra a
mae Elmira Th T woman WOITln is I maid ald to tobeeti hav havteen b
teen Ilmll a former tot employe plu uf Mr r rJEllt Btwlg Btwlgeit bglaheist
b JEllt heist arrest are eit t finally fnly followed rolond Infor I informed ol roed the tt police plc and the thearreit te teare thearrest
HOME CHANGES CHANGESIN
IN NEW MEXICO MEXICOApostlo MEXIOOAposte
Apostlo Aposte Brigham Young Find FindMany FindiMany I IMany
Many Opportunities OpportunitiesVlIATMOIUIOtfSAllBD01Nfl Opportunlte OpportunlteWUT OppqrtunltiesWHAT
WHAT VlIATMOIUIOtfSAllBD01Nfl VlIATMOIUIOtfSAllBD01NflAre MonMONS AnE DONO DONOhlt DOINO DOINOtr
Are tr Occupying tlio tl11 Lntl IAllt and Convert Convertlug CUHrt CUHrthl nvert nvertlug
lug hl It lulu Ilto liii 1roilnetlve lrOllet 1nrnm Innl InnlSOIO litriiefutiio
futiio SOIO 01110 Oilier Oth Are helling belnc Mud MudSpecial oulSp flulSsi
Special Sp Correspondence CorrespondenceFraltland Co Corrsspondsnoeh1ruiUsnd O OPltn
Fraltland Pltn tan JUAn Jt Co N M Ana AnaUThU AU AugILThis
UThU 11TI tar off 0 country antry to I I but t llttk Itttbknown llttkknown Iltl
known outside ou ld and not properly pro frly appre appreelated appreated appreclateel
u
elated eated by b either Itr residents Nntl or transients transientsIts tanBlentl tanBlentlttl
Its it BOsariMlltlsa I and a4 resource rUrl ar or4 arc vreat vreatand giesand r rand
and abundant btlldnL What Wt may not Indus Industrtoua Ind Indtru Indutntou
trtoua tru communltle comm1nW located Igcatt in the thefertile tbe tbefet these thesefertile
fertile fet nooks and owners OItre and nd slghtl slghtlmesas sightlmees lbU lbUm
mesas m accompllsh aClplll In I a f tlW tow w year Coal Coalwood Col Colwo CoalWood
wood wo water stock to range and an excel excellent excellent 1 < 1 1leut
lent climate an all al 11 conducive eoncuche to he heltb heltbad bealti bealtiand ltl ltland
and ad wealth to the u hardy bry pioneer whi whiput wboput wluputs
put forth bin strength to reclaim thi thifine thhfine
put frb bl tl tll tllfae
fine fae country eount True T the i revalllni Irvalll Irvallldrout vrevaillnidroeth > revalllnidrouth
drouth drout la felt here and to some eme extent exunretard ntentretar extentretard
retard retar the growth lrowtl of n the country count ry bu buwhen but butben butwhen
when ben the land If 1 sanctified ntle by the tt pec pecpie po peopie
pie no 10 lovelier lovllr pot exist on earth 18rth thanthis than thaitbla thantbla
tbla once oac forbidding forlddl deeert deeertThli dert dertThll desertThis
This year ye I l in potable Jotable for the tht area areatcarclty greal grealscarcity rt rtlarly
scarcity larly of water tr In mot of the tht State Stateand Stt Sttand Statetand
and Territorial It I true water In I not notplentiful notIJlenttul notidentiful
plentiful IJlenttul In our streams treaml as a at other otheiseason otherleen othelseasons
season leen but In 11 the th Amman Al1lmal and Mar SaiJuan Sn SnJuan MarJuan
Juan rivers rlv an abundance bndance remain remainhowever remall remainshowever
however to supply IU the present prEnt need needand ne needsand
and an million of gallon Uon unutilised unutll an anflowing areflowing re renowlal
flowing down Into the great rat oanyoniuf oanyoni ono
uf th the Colorado Clor river riverDuring rvr rvrDurln riverDuring
During Durln a recent IDt vUt Yt to the upper uppr Bar BarJuan S MrJuan
Juan I HAW much country tbat cur surprised curitlied ur urIlrlle4 ¬
mu
prised and ld delighted dht me Thlrtyflv Thlrtyflvmllea Thirtylv Thirtylvmi Thirtyfivemiles
miles mi above bve this place we w found a few fewMormon lewormn feuMormon
Mormon ormn families lal scattered IteN along alan tht thtriver tbrive thiriver
river rive A few of these tbl people pople owned th thfarme the thetar thefarms
farms tar they th occupied oeupl I others otht1 were rent rentera rnt rntere rentare
era Much of the th tend lnd it I held hlld by y gay gayerstoent government 10Vmnellt ¬
ernment title tU and anell I wa w pleased to tC lean leanthat lm lmtbet loirethat
that the owner ownel were w generally nraly anxious anxlouito nllol
to dldapose dldlPo of their thl Improved and un unimproved unImproved unimproved ¬
improved property proltrtt at reasonable Iaonab priceOn price PricesOn
On the Sabbath Sbth day e about thirty thlr pc peo people p peopie ¬
pie assembled mble In a small Imol district dllrlcL8hol dllrlcL8holbu achoo achoobouse ehooihouse
Cle
house bu e centrally basted lote to hear hr th thword the thtot theword <
word of the Lord lor A J few of them t hea wn wntranger ere erestrangers
strangers tranrl all 1 seemed emed to enjoy the te Mr Mrvice sirvice r rvle
vice vle Rlshop J Ashcrofi JAhrrtl lira n A ASteven A8tevn ASteven
Steven and your 1011 correspondent er ndel wen wenthe wll wllthe werethe
the visitors vldltorMonday visitorsiondy Ilot
Monday Mond morning morll we drove drof op P the theriver thiriver tbriver
river some 11 five fv mflea tuft more mO than hall hallway balfr halfway
way r to the place vla mN where theea th people peopkhave ppl peoplehave
have ve located the tbi lead d of their teir mum mumplated Qm Qmplated tgmplated
la Jtt
plated canal Wajliad nut l t proceeded proceededmore p de
more nort than c a mile IU from rnm BrotMr John JohnTinny1 Jo JobTinny
Tinny TlnlYI nlaoe ao whence when fm t reach reached m h hotn a rile rtoiof rileof
of otn gMnnii grep tewi wln ifcto iitirtv iitirtvfair ol olfilr oii M sftUlMd sftUlMda
a fair filr tltw N of the surrounding lurro lfntr country countryExamining tountryxaminin
Examining xaminin the U nature f ttje soil wi wifound w wround wefound
nlre l
mmlnl found It a candy uncy loam the road here herewa hereWas
wa 1 parked 118 flrnt 11 and Ind smooth Imooth no 10 dust dtutnor 41t 41tnor dustnor
nor mud well adapted allared for townilte townilteTraveling tow lownaltesTraveling DU DUTrapln
Traveling Trapln eaatwe east t we 11 discovered dl oved that the thevalley thevalle thevalley
valley widened wtnt out from three thN to t four fourmile fourml fourmile
mile ml dlacloalng dilOlnr a body bot of o land Ine that I 1have I1e Ihave
have 1e rarely Men n equalled eualle for richnes richnesadaptability r rlcbfleseadaptability
rary
adaptability adptbllt for Irrigating Imlltln purposes lrpo In Inthl 10thl Inthis
thl or o any other aber country rountr We crowed crowedone rt
one on large Ir wash ah deep dIJ and narrow narw The Theoll TP Tbsoil
soil 11 In depth dell wa from twenty to thirty thirtyfeet tblrtytet thirtyfeet
feet tet not Po black blatk but blt dark dak color clor Produce Producetrowing Produc ProducegrowIng
growIng frowl on that portion porton of the land landcultivated lnl landcultirited
I cultivated ultnte by white whl men and n Mexicanshowed Mexican Meln MelnaoW hiexicansphowed
showed that tbt It I productiveness I II rarely rarelyexcelled re rarelytxeilsd ly lyscH
excelled aoW scH and n4 a few spots pot pot where whrl water waterhad waterhad
had 14 been bn taken tak out on In to the U land the thecornfield thecornlc thecornfields
cornfield cornlc rimlndtd rmlndo one of the heavy heavycrop he hecr heavycrop
crop on the th Mlsourl MI ourl river bottom bottomThl botom botomThl bottomsThis
This cr Thl nine none m cairn rallll catl will wll cover about aboutfive aboutfiee bolt boltI
five nv thousand tOnd acr aer5 of rich land Aa Aaalready A Asalready
I already stated Itte nwt mOt of title thl land ran tn he hepurchased b bepurchased
purchased pur1 nt reasonable reanlhle figure f Brother Broth Brotl BrotlI ¬
er George 011 W Adair had th tt the offer of ofrlt an aneighty ineighty
I eighty acre ar farm tr forty acres aer were wer un under undr usder ¬
der rlt ditch with hour hOl hociss I corral cl fences fencesgood tnc tinesgood
good family faml orchard olhad fifteen If tn acre of oflucent qCfuc rfluceVn
lucent fuc governmciil overnm > nt title to t the tb land landfor 14 landfor
for eight Iht fvrnmflt hundred dollar doUul besides bld time timegiven UmeIven timegiven
given Iven to make payments paymentsBishop fRIEnt fRIEntBllhop paylnefltLBishop
Bishop Jam Jatnts Ashcroft hcrt who I II a apractical apNctkl apretkiil
practical pNctkl man after rtr examining umlnl the soil eolltbrouffh 11 11tb soilthrough
through tb h which wbkh the thl canal will wi l be made madeMid mae maeMid madesaid
Mid HI I believe blev with a good I ditcher ditcherthree dUchertbl diteherthree
three men and ad 4lx el ix sood tnod team I can canmake cnmw canmalts
tbl
make oae au mile of canal per pr day There Thereare T Thereare
are few f ot places plcel I am Informed Infeel that tbatrequire tlt tltru thatrequire
require other aid Id to complete this nine ninemlW nineml ninemIs
mlW ml mIs ru canal Cnal oter which will wi carry CI water watersutnaafit wler1Ct watersufticnt
sutnaafit to Irrigate the land 1 now DO lying lyingabove Iytqbove lyingabove
above 1Ct the th present lent ditch dlcb True T a rush ruihof ruh ruhof rushof
of people to this country ount 11 I rare a to In 111c increase Incraaao
craaao c p price c Itrother Irother J X Palmer Palmerwho Palmer Palmerwh Palmerwho
who lives at t Alter Alter on the Animaa Atm river rivera rivr rivrar riverassured
wh J
ho h had choice choicefarm choicefirms
a assured ured me that some holle hollefar
farm far ar and Dd m ranches lying Iyl on e the San SanJuan B SanJuan
Juan river to dispose l1 PO of 0 for fo other otherpartlea otherpr otherparties
parties Jr who Iced cune conI back to t civilisa civilisation clvli clviiition ¬
tion pr and d desired dol red much te ll 1out out their theirpoMslons tbelr1I theirposesions
poMslons 1I ThEy Thf Ire were ere offered c cheap cheapfor cheapfor bep bepro
for ro cask caskWhat cs csWhat
What a world worll < t choice rhole locatlone tlon are aredeveloping ared aredeveloping
developing d Wt on th San fRn Juan Jun and Dd Anl Anlmaa ADIma Anima
ma river for thn thol those e who want home homeThe homTh homelThese
These The Th r two at stral1 trlln ream either eihe of which II istwiep I Itwice IItwl
twice twl M law lanlt n Al CC the Weber Webr flow flowthrough fow fowthlk flowthrough
through a country 1Ttrr unsurpassed unurln In agri agricultural agrlcultural rl rleturl ¬
cultural thlk facilities 1 I Apple AII peaches peachesand pch peachesand
and eturl other fruits frllt corealg reI and an most all allklnda allkl allkind
an kind nU wI f vegotRM thrive tbr wonderU wonderfully wonderfullyIn
kl YltPIR
In thfcftttl l and anI innate It la I truly trl marriots mar marvelow mr
riots til how rapidly rlldl our ur people ple are re buy buylag bU bUtoh buyIli
a lag f OHtthe toh Ili h old settler 11 tltr and Dd tiller tUl of the t tOL theOhI
oiix OL hoiuiMX OOH OIUtX mtIM IIIJII llhflIIIS llhflIIISIto its itsHo i
Ho 10 Iff II Working Workhll ftir Ir the Oblltorutlnn Oblltorutlnnof I Ior
of Seetlonal BecUI1 Hlttornow lternol lternolAlu llittorneseAtlantis HlttornowAtmuta
Atlantis Ga Aug 20 2el 2OOsersl General J B BGordon B BOoidoia
Gordon QO Alu conimun conllnrInehf comninlrinchief hrlnchlef of the theUntied t theUaiied I IUated
Untied Uated StattH Stal lats Con ctedeits lt federate te veterans veteranshaa vterllB vterllBb veteransha
haa b ha prepared a rsjJY r < Tiy to t a resolution resolutloaNoostly resolutionrecently rlut
recently Pred adopted adotll1 i h > y a cap P of Con Confederate Co Contidiest
rt1
federate fel veterans nt lt New Orleans Oel con condemning cn cnlla condataniag ¬
demning lla the blue and Ind 1 gray reunion reunionat rewlon rewlonat
at Atlanta Atta r rl rurnmendiig i mmendlng mmendl that no nomore noUar nomore
more similar Uar reunion runiln be b held c and pro protesnlB pr proteluag
tesnlB against lnNt General Gordon G accept acceptmg accepthtg cpt cptal
mg WM an al invitation Ipla lhn to the th 0 A A R re reMkm ret reaNlosi
Mkm follow t fl at Chicago Chlaro The reply Ir Is I u asfollow ufl Ufollows
Klrkwood Jtrko CM u 1 Aug A AO 20 20T lePe
T Pe > > th O Confederate Contefrate AsaooiaUo Ati of D the theArmy u theirmy
Army of Tennensea TennenseaOamradesA Tenn Tenne TenneMeeVoesrsdes
Voesrsdes OamradesA r e A resoluUon rlohtUOD recentlyadopted recently recentlyadofited IUr IUrad
adopted by r your our association alotU at t the in instance 1 instnci ¬
ad
stance lt of General Onlral ChsJeroM lh criticising criticisingcertain cUln criticising055laSs
certain o arts cw or nuppoeed acts of 0 nitne nitneontlraiy Jule Julet njneentirely
entirely escapd epd ulp my attention attU at the thettm theu thetime
time u t of Its ai alI a > < lranoe ranoe in S u the public publicMVSS plblc plblcl publicr
MVSS o and I hey h v Just J Ult see It for to the therat t thelIme beIU
l IU rat r Urn a I understand this t actlosi actl actk of ofyour ofr ofyour
your r aasoclatlDii laton to I mean mtn a formal tor and andpublic andpeshiie d dht
public ht notice notrf that you ou disapprove of ofmy Ofmy f fa
my a participation ptlpUlf In the th blue blu and aDe gray grayMating graymeelici ra rawblch
Mating which r 11 < mtly occurred oU In InAtlANta InAW inAtlooa
AtlANta AW and ane also 1 that thlt ft I means a for formal tr trm formu ¬
mal m mu and I public publc protest by b your 1 asao assomuon asaotstlloa u
tstlloa against nt my acoeptaitoe acl of an In InvlMtlan 11 inOftetlan
vlMtlan vIn extended xtldK to me Uf b the Grand GrandArwr 0 GrandAr
Arwr A Ar of f the Republic Jhlpubllc BM u by tr tl lb M ex executive deellY Sreculive ¬
ecutive eellY committee romtee t of the cittioM oU of ofChtoace ofCblr ofChloso
Cblr Chtoace ChtoaceThe Chlosorb
The rb b object objec of this 01 reply rep1 to your u
lesoluUou Jelun which whlb you failed tied to sen senme Senme Ind Indme
me me Is not nlt to call cl In II question the tb rtgh rtghof rlMot righof
of your our association to criticise any flY ol olflclal otIdal offielil
loiaton
flclal Idal act ct of mine min whlah wboh does co not me m maryour meyour t tour
your our approval Ppro l I do wish w hQwer however t tlate 10 10Iate islate
late Iate frankly tnkly and ad plainly that my outoonsoienv o oconscience on ono
conscience o nc and my own conception conceptionduty Ht Htdutf o oduty <
duty must anl be b my guide rtd In the tb futur futuras tutur
dutf as In n the past pastAs 118 1astAs
As Al tl to the tb courteous oourteu and cordial corl In Invltatlon Inlaton invItation
vltatlon laton of both bth the a A R and of th thexecutive lhe lheueuUve tbexecutive
executive ueuUve committee cltt of Chicago Chlcu cttl cttltens cll clln dtlsins
tens I have hl lu state that I great greatappreciate greatlappreciate U Urt
appreciate n the U compliment cmplment paid me b bthat by bytt btitat
rt tb pid
that tt Invitation and the th spirit whlc whlcprompted wblchro whlclpmt
prompted ro IVtalo d It t Circumstances lllltnn howevei howeveirendered howverInder howevetrendered
rendered It Impossible for m me to ac accept accpt iceept
Inder i Imllble
cept and I to a notified notlld the officer am amcommittee and andtmtUI ashcommittee
committee tmtUI Marly two months month ag sicwhs agwhen <
when that Invitation IntalhJ I first Ilt reached rched mf mfBut n meBut
But la I this connection conncton also I wish wih t tsav to toRY Isay
say RY that Ut I must be b the Lb Judge Jut not noia DW DWa notaad
a aad 4 hereafter hter of the tb propriety of o C ac acceptlng acct sccpting
a ceptlng tt Invitations InvllnUol from fr any n aactloi aactloiof U
ct
of o Uu u country or any D class o of my 11 fet fetlow fe tellow
low l countrymen countrymenIn cuntrymen cuntrymenI
In I order that tlat there may my be no po poattita p Poe Poeeibe
attita mUunlerstandlog mlun1etn41DI oN of my poaltloi poaltloioat pilun pout lot lotthese
oat these t and all kindred matteiV matteiVrepeat maten mattenft I Ito
0 al
repeat to t my sole oll guide lde must mUlt be my owl uwiconvictions owlSesriotlon n nCYclon
convictions CYclon of duty dut to this whole ooun oountry enunt ettuntry
try satto and to the tb Southern utlm people who whosglorious whoglorious whol
glorious t lo a record In all the past It who whotraditions whOle whOletrftonl whoatradtions
traditions trftonl ror dignity and honor I hav havendeavored bveeV haviendeavored
endeavored eV d to defend and uphold at t al altlaMs al alU allIMos
lIMos dttlnns dttlnnsIn U in I all sections tOI and mu nt under pnder all con condttlnns condtnu conditinni
dtnu In conclusion connlUllOI let It definitely dtnlteY b bunderstood b bunderstood >
understood uedltool that so 1 lung lun as a Provident Providentpermits Prvidence PrvidenceIterltll IrovldenciIieltflits
permits Iterltll me to speak or labor I shal shalcontinue shalcontinue bncontnue
continue contnue the efforts Wo lpk which I have mad madfor mdfo mathfor
for fo thirty thin years eaJl In the Interest Int rlt of sec sectional lec lecLon1 sectonal
tonal Lon1 harmony hrmay and unity unit Whateve WhateveI Wbateve
I can do will 1 assuredly Iurly be b done for th thtruth the thetfth thitruth <
truth tfth sf f history for justice jUlltce to thiMouth thi thiMouth tbeBouth
Mouth and to all n sections ltlonl for foster fosterIng fOter fosterIng
Ing 11 our cherished memories memorll for tr th thobliteration ttobltetion tEAobliteration
obliteration obltetion of all al sectional tonal Mtternesi Mtternesiand tiitternosl tiitternosland Dtte8l1 Dtte8l1nd
and nd for tr the settlement ttemfnt of all 1 sections sectionscontroversies IUonal IUonalcontrl pectionacontroversies
controversies contrl on al a blil basis consistent with wltltbe withUs witthe
the Us honor bQor and n the manhood manho and thi thiaatf tbeft thulilt
lilt respect ft of all allI
al alI
I am u aver eer fraternally your yourJ youreJ 0UJl 0UJlJ
a J B GORDON GORDONnllotml GRDN GRDNNatlllRl OOItDONNatiottel
nllotml NatlllRl nllotmlDenver I Psrinea I r I 11 Cegrcee CegrceeDenver ollro ollroDnvr
Denver Dnvr Colo Aug t ng JOBeveral J erl bun bundred bundied nundred
dred delegates delt to the National Natonl Farmer Farmercongress Partnerscongress ren
congress COf which wbkb will wA open In Colorado ColoradSprings Colorado8prll ColorackSpring <
Springs 8prll tomorrow tomorw arrived her he toda todaand tday tdayDd toda3and
and loop loopB Dd enjoyed elye an excursion exeUllon around ar 4 thiloop the thetoP thuloop
B 8 P Clayton Clyton of Indiana Iowa Ioa li lichairman II IIchlrmn I Ichairman
chairman chlrmn of the committee commite which hatdone bt btdo hat hasdone
done do most mOt of the work lrk of arranging In for foiwhat forwht towhat
what he h thinks tblnk will wi be the most mOt sue suecoMMI ec ecI cuecesuAli
coMMI held I convention CDenUOD of the kind knd ever eveiheld everbel cviiheld
heldIt It I look now lOW as If there would oud be
1000 10 delegates dleatt present prtIent said lald Mr Clayton Clay Clarton ea eatoD
ton There re will 11 at any rate rt be b more morthan mor morethan <
than 1UO 1 and Md that tha Is a larger attend attendance attendance ttenduce
ance than tall there tbr has hal ever evr been b at atnational i inational a anatonal
national natonal farmers farlrl congress congressIn
conr
In addition to the tb subject lublet of Pun PunPood Pre PurePeed
Peed 10 which very will wi be considered consideredat conc
at length there will 1111 be b discussion dluMOI ol olvarious of ofvrlou 01yarious
various Interests latrl of the Nlcaracuai Nlcaracuaicanal Nlean Nleancanal Niciraguamcanal
canal and a4 free rural rrl deliveries delvftI I have havno bvno haveno <
no doubt that the tongrets wDrel will wl taksteps take takeII takesteps <
steps II f to urge UII that the tb rural free fr de delivery 4elver delivery ¬
livery lver system be b spread a a as widely ai aipoeslble iipossible 1 1Ptr
possible Ptr Ptrl possiblePatal
Kntnl l right In Montana MontanaHelena 3rontAIIRIelena 31oitauhelena
Helena Ielena Moat Aug 1 MTom Martin Martinand Mrla MrlaaAd Martinand
and Barney Brnpy Keegan KeA upset Upt a lamp while whilefighting wble wblenrhUb whilefighting
fighting In a room In the Hamilton Hamiltonhouse lmltol Hamiltonhouse
house at Hamilton Hailton Ravvelll Ravel county countyand cunty cuntynd countynd
and nd set It fire lre to the building buidln Both Bb were weitburned wer wereburned
burned to death deth The hotel and nd three threadjoining tbr threeUoinlnl
adjoining hotel were tre burned Loss L Iese000
feoOOO JO 4lnlnl e000 0 partially prtialy Insured InsuredPopulation Inu InuOll
Oll OhluM0e Population PopulationAug ulattt ulatttAu
tft Aug Au 2 iA A dmpatrti l fr fromlb from fromthe
the lb COBSU bureau butea at Washington Wtnt re rece N 10e4nd
ce rlf e4nd va 01 today tay make mll th th the population tl of ofthl ofthll ofthis
thl this city Cly 1WM7S people poplfl This Thl la I an anIncrease anlnctese n nIlcrJ
Increase IlcrJ of 5M725 5Rm or 644 14 per pr cent cnt over overthe ovr overthe I Ithe
the 1MO 11 census figure fr fr31lJmlW figuresMUIttiItiIhiY
31lJmlW MUIttiItiIhiY UY ItOIIHKUS ItOIIHKUSCnlorntlo nonmmsColumllo ltOlIli1itSColorado
Colorado IlncM 11lr tiereItohl Hold ICI Vp tJ Oneinilod One OnoIU Onelflllod
inilod IU l Ono Fntnlly Pntnl Fat all Wouiulml WouiulmlDenver WIIIClod WIIIClodDave VItttdO4IDenver
Denver Dave Colo Aug Au 20A special 1pIl to tothe toj tothe
the th News from Florence Colo say sayGeorge lay layGer saysGeorge
j George Ger e Banish Dnh and Joe Jo Juhasi min miners misens ¬
ers 11 were shot by b holdup at Brook Brookside BrookI Brookside
side a aOI coal mining mlnlnl town five 1e mi milesfrom miles milesfrom
11t
I from frm here Donash IIh being bllnglnltat Instantly killed killedand 11 killedand
and Juhaii fatally fRtalY wounded C A AHaven Aand AHaveps
Haven and Jos JOI Jo Graham have been beenarrested bn bnare beenaiieste
arrested on suspicion suspicionA UlP lon lonCOWll
are
A COWAHIIIV COWll POMOV POMOVWhat 101410Whal IOIslOV1iat
What GO iov Hfot Hooovolt Snyn S ol Demo letsouralic Demounttic 1810 1810umtc
uralic umtc PlMtAinn PlMtAinnNew 1lltnrl PIstlhriNgw
New N w York Aug Au 29Ow Gov Roosevelt Rooseveltat ROvel
at t Oyster Ottr Bay Br L I I today toda gave rv out outfor outtor outfor
for publication pblcaUo a letter Itr which he had hadwritten badrtten hadwritten
written rtten on August Aurlt nth th to Oen John JohnM JohnM
M PaJtner 1er of Springfield Ipnt ld III 11 relativetu relative Jl1Uvto
to the t St Paul speech Itth by the gover governor lver lverMrl governor ¬
nor la which he had Been ln quoted u umalting umlq asmafdng
malting Mrl derogatory derptory remark remrk concern concerning ODr concerning ¬
ing Democrats Dlortl The Tb letter says In Inpart I Ipr inpart
part partI
1 notice notce that tb t In your our recent rllt very verymanly ve veml verymanly
manly ml Interview Mating tUn why wh you youcould yegcould
could luld not support IUppor the th Popultslic PopultslicDemocracy PopulaU Popuiijtc1emoO1cy 1
Democracy l > cy and the Kansas XDI City Ca plat platform pIntfortn ¬
pat patfor
form for and nominees nomln you ou allude allud to t a astatement I tstatement
statement ttnt I was Supposed u upposed p4 to have havemade hv havemade
made atakln attacking Democrats Dotll generally generallyIn rn
In my I St t Paul pech spechtoo Ipho pechTou
too o have evidently evld ntl seen tn a report reportwhich rport rportwhle reportwhich
which whle was not lot merely mrly garbled arbe but butfawned butfail butfilsiMed
fawned fail I stand by b this speech lpech alma abaolutefr a1 almalutei
lutefr lut1 and have hae nothing nothln to explain eplan In Inconnection 1f tieconnection
connection with Uh It but I do wish to topoint topoint topoint
It
COneon point out where Its Il meaning was 11 de deliberately d dIberattl 4Ilberately ¬
liberately Iberattl Inverted InvertedIn vrted vrtedIn
In my speech pb I began be < an by saying sayingWe uylngWe rha rhaW
We W appeal aal nut nt only on I to Republicans Republicansbut Rpublcnl Rpublcnlbt
but bt to t o all good cltlsens IIUItnl who are a Amen Americana Amerlcl Amencans ¬
cans cl ta fart r a as wull II as I In name to tohelp tobelp tohelp
help la I In reelecting reeleUnl President Pedent MeRle McKinley McKn McKnI MeRleicy
icy I I ended by saying ayln Study the theKansas theKD theKansas
Kansas KD City CIt platform and you fU cannot cannothelp caanothep cannothelp
help realising that their policy the thepolicy thepolicy
hep rlln t
policy pol of It its maker mlkerl and sponsor lpre pc po Is Isa I Ia Isa
a policy p y of Infamy Inam that their tbr triumph triumphwould tumpb tumpbwold triumphwoetid
would mean mnmlE meinmlsen misery no widespread Ieler that thatI tt ttalOt thatIssimest
I almost unthinkable and a disgrace disgraceso dlqae
1 so alOt lasting ID that more mo than a generation generationwqs44bave raneratlonwould eraUonba
would wqs44bave have ba to pawn 1111 before bfore It could be bewiped beWp bew
wiped w out They stand Itad for lawless lawlessness lawlesssss ¬
ness Wp sss and ad disorder dloldtr for to dishonesty dlhonet1 and anddishonor andiOD anddialionor
dishonor I for license lCnl and nd disaster at atkome atborne t
iOD borne 1 and d cowardly shrinking Ihrlnkn from fromduty fm fm4ut fromduty
4ut duty abroad brd We u ask the support IUppor ofill of ofall ofal
all Americans ertn who bo have the welfare welfareof Ifre Ifreof
al
of the country at heart b rt no P matter matterwhat mstt tt r rwhat
what ht their ttlr political affiliation dlUon may mayhave rr maybars
1 have been bl in the tht put putYou Pat PatYo pastYou
You Yo will 1 ct Ste t > e that her I moat I ex explicitly uJU ixuy ¬
plicitly uy draw cra the tbt line Ihe between btwn the tb tbwt men menwho men0tw
JU wt who support and nd ask u IUprt support for the theKausM tb tbX theKansas
X Kansas City CI platform and ut all other otherDlUMBS otherolU otherDitisias
olU DlUMBS whether Democrats Demlrat or o Hepub HepubttoaM RspudogM t
10 ttoaM I feel tel that a u a matter of fact factth fat factthe
th th the greatest tt possible plbl credit 11 t Is I due dl to toe tou toam
am u Uk e you my dear delr sir and ad to the theGold t tbel2lN
l2lN Gold 01d Democrats Dorll8 ta who wh four foura yngrego years yearsiffo
ego Mid n4 now ao stand tad fur national ntonl honor honort ho
a t hold h < up tbe policy polcy advocated advotc In lathe Int Injee
t the Kansas I City ly platform plturm a u a base b and andMWardly u a aonardly
co11 MWardly policy pol to emphasise our ourright or orrtl oej oejlgkt
right to appeal ppal to the counties unt thou UtouMads tu thoumaids
rtl maids 4 of highminded hlhnlnd Democrats Dmnratll who whoibbor wbobb Whoibiser
ibbor bb baseness bn and cowardice c0lrdle and ad adqtk are arelulck areiulck
qtk lulck to see 1 and disown tllwn them themItluotrlual th themhtlectriusl m mJlctrlu1
Itluotrlual Jlctrlu1 IliRlnpcr JIhlfr Killed KilledRan lUlledtl ItliledSan
Ran Diego tl Cal CaJ Aug U 20 2W 2OW W E Me Meurdy Mcurdy fc fcCW
CW urdy an a engineer enne of the electric plant plantera plutber
ber met era was w found dead In the thf power powerions pwr pwrI powerlouse
I ions He J had received elt a shock eok of ofkbovt ofibotti
at kbovt 7100 7 volt His Hi hat wa wu lying by byhe I byhi o
th he dynamo da and nd his h body bdy was twenty twentyeot twat
eot et away wajr A burned bum spot Jt on his hand handfcowwl Md Mdwb handhewed
hewed where wb he bad U touched toucbl the pole poleb poleissaboek
p
issaboek b shock throwing tbrowi him over anot anotiatlne another anotheraaoMtto an ann
t1 aaoMtto n standing mndil near In nil flight flighthr IPl IPlt tightisrnssi
t hr isrnssi Mt U U lb > air a he apparently prent dim dlaarSHRoi 4Ii 4IirRgtJ dims
SHRoi s the gearing rll for fo the engine eq ran raniw rai ranIwar
rRgtJ iw Iwar y Md burn b burned out t th t time dynamo dy Aa Aareiult A AS
a temprriy S empomrlly reiult ruJt the h city elt li without wthut ItMllhhtl ItMllhhtltemprriy street tre t lights llehtsempomrlly lightsemperatiiy
TOWNS THREATENED THREATENEDWITH
WITH DESTRUGTIONVyollings DESTRUGTION
Wyomings Forest Fires Fies a Great Peril PerilSheepherders Peri PerilSlieepherders
Sheepherders Flee F1eeMiI1eIs Miners 1ners and andRangers andRangers andRangers
Rangers Fight the Fire FireBaratoga Fie FietoP FireSaratoga
Saratoga toP Wyx WI A An g ICThe tThe forest forestflre In the work ork of tf fighting lhU the fire Their Theircombined Tber Tberfrea Theirtree
tree frea continue onLau to burn In 1 the mountain mountainbetween combined rl ° bint t tlort however bowvr seem lelm to be beof bebwen beof
t of
between bwen Battle Dtu aka I < and Grand En Pencampmnt Encampment ¬ M D a111 a111empment arul VLil VLilSeveral
campment empment and a to those town and n the thenumerous Several rl Utah tah flock fok flockowner owner owtelll are ar now nowwlUi nowumerU nownumerous
numerous umerU mining mDln camp op and ad Ibep sheep sheepcamp with lftt their hpd hJ In Wyoming and nd It Itwas Itcmpl Itcamps
camp are threatened with destruction destructionThe detruoton was 1 tnouKht toUhl today loda on 01 the ncfptlon of ofthe oCtht ofthe
cmpl ttae the above mwa that some of f them themmight
The herder were w forced to drive their theirflock ave IIIU am
herlr for might be In ti Ih > I fir flre strtnken ilstrlct ilstrlctThis 1Itrlct
flock ftokl high up In the tb mountain mouDt to gt f > t tfeed This Thi however ho in tl not n probabI prbbl ait thefeed the thexheep tb tbfe
feed fe owing OWID to the scarcity Irt of both bothfeed bth sheep Ibep owni own Iy Utah Uth men range ranKI prln prlnipaUy prlnte prinIpafly
below belowand ipaUy in th extreme ttrme south IIutheltrn IIutheltrnprt southcstrn western westernpart
feed and water on the plain lp
te e w t pilna blow part prt of a r the Ptate Iat tte whereas wb the tires flrE now nowraging nwDd nowand
and Dd It la feared fear that tbt many of these theseherders tbe raging are in Il Carbon lboD county ouaty Just Ju t one onecounty oneherdeJl oneherders
herders have been bn surrounded urullded with withtheir wlb county east It Knraton jnrtO from t whire wh the thedispatch thl th ththeir
their flocks fto by r the fire Ir The timber tmber I Ias II dispatch dlptcb In I sct f HJ m IB II J mile mUE1 south lfuth of ofFort otdr ofas
as dry dr u tinder and burn fiercely fiercelyNothing nrely Frt Fort Fred Id St t i which Is fifteen Ifln mile mileeaat mll muicsNothing
Nothing can prevent the te progress ITOlrl of ofthe rut elllt of Itawllns Ra 11 Ik on the Union Pacific Pacificrailroad 1Idnc 1Idnctbl Puciflothe
the tbl flames lam except e1cpt a heavy rain rainIt railroad railroadA rllrd rllrdIt
It Is I estimated etlmatl that the l h s thu far farexclusive A nutnbiT nUlnb1 nf lr f Itah ah sheep hPp men have haverecently haeeduslve hareexclusIve
exclusive eduslve of the million ntlloDllt of f tett fit of lt r line linetimber fn recently rnt Rn I t Thlr nr flocks Ook fnrlng farlnetntwr r8rtngtImber
timber tntwr will 111 b I > over 4Vpr 100 200000 200000Miners Just such lulh trui ftO t r Ii urnong aon th thm > m Jlon JlonJohn JJI iloitMiners
Miners fnEr hftve h joined the forest Lingers lalllr John C MJI M ki > A ho h pp left last llt night nllht
SOME ACCIDENTS ACCIDENTSIN
IN LEHI LEHIJOTIO LEHIJOTIORacker JUNCTIONRackar JUNCTION JUNOTIONRacke
Rackar Racke Boy Accidentally Accidentaly Shot ir irtlio intho irtlio
tlio Wrist WriitMRS WristIS
MRS 11 IS RS THOMAS 110 IAS BREAKS ANKLE ANKLEVOIIIIK lNIUEOUII ANJCLEY4uttg
VOIIIIK OUII Mnllli Slllhtcolne niilItitcci llooslvesn R tnliifirl 181u11 llnkli llnklilu n lIiaiiins h hn
lu n the Head lead Ireia 111 a TliMnvu TliMnvuMene tIirscicStatic hreunSt
Static MeneSPECIAL St StIPIL StaticSPECIAL
SPECIAL IPIL TO T THE NffWS NffWSLehl NB NWtJ NWtJLibi
Lehl Lbl Junction Juneto Aug 20 IT 10The Toe 14year 14yearold 14er
old son tn of o Mrs 1 Wm W B Backer Bckr was ac accidentally accldta cccidentally ¬
cldta cidentally sfeot 4n t the wrist wt today todayTousf ty tyTo todayYoUr
YoUr To Racktr Rel was handling bnllq the gun gunDear III IIIDer gunnear
Dear Der the house b when It I was W accidentally accidentallythe accidentallydrg od4ntaly od4ntalyt
drg the t ballet IIUet entering ete th thpart th1 the theiiy
iiy part Prt of o the wrist wl and after ate plow plowIng plo plola plowbig
big la Its way wa up the tb arm rm for some Ime dis distance dl dltanC dllanes ¬
lanes tanC entered nte th th the Sashy y part of o the thelad tt thelads
lad lads neck nek and d came caml out through tbtb J the thecheek thebli thecheek
cheek bli Dr Steele Itele dressed drie the WoundSand wounds woundsand wound
and nd the tb boy by seem teml now to be getting gettingalong gettingalong eln elnIon
along Ion very vey nicely considering hi II his hurts hurtsMrs hurtllMJI hurtsMrs
Mrs Richard Richar Thomas Tom while wilie picking pickingfruit plklntrlt pickingfruit
fruit trlt fell from a step ladder Id and frac fractured tractureel fractured ¬
tured her he ankle The Injury I II a aver averpainful very verypainful verypaInful
painful on one and nd hire Mr Thomas Toma will 1 be bedenied b bedenied
denied the use t Ui of her br limb 1mb for some sometime tme sometime I
time to come comeA comA
A young man named Smith Imlth was Wi this thismorning thl thIsmorning
morning moln truck on the head by b a thrown thrownstone thronItolE thrownstone
stone ItolE receiving Ilvln a very el ugly Uly scalp scalpwound scalpwound alp alpound
wound It I In l not known who ho was the thestone tbetone thestone
stone thrower throwerJUDGMENT throwrJUDCMENT throwerJUDOMENT
JUDGMENT IS CONFESSED CONFESSEDMrs
Mrs Mrs S Sh Sarah rh J KontU K Return R 4000 0 from fromR ff
R G W Ry Co CoIlllibiiiul C CIhlbltd CcItiisbiittil
Illlibiiiul Ihlbltd Mn izti 1 Killed Kil I illi In II i R Itntlread ItntlreadCoIlUlonLait IAlr8at IAlr8atColhl ltnlirentCoIlislouIiLat I Iur
CoIlUlonLait Colhl iL t AprilSued AprilSuedVor tlIrIiS4edur llrlli
Vor ur PlWOOO PlWOOOThe P1I000The o i
The Te defendant een4Dt In the lb case of Sarah SarahJ 8
J Koaold KOd administratrix dlaltrtx of o the estate estateof lt
of Wlinara Inarn XonoU Kol deceased 4e vs v the thertlo theRo thehlio
rtlo Ro Grande Weattrn W Railway lwy company companyconfessed co coconC1 compaaconfessed
confessed conC1 Judgmsat Jt in the Third Tlr dis district Ol Oltrlct dl dltniet ¬
trict court Gurt today to for t HOOO 1201 attor attorney ato atoney attorneys ¬
ney fees fe and coat e of suit suitPlaintiff suitPlaintiff uJtPaatf
Plaintiff Paatf Instituted tUtuted proceedings proceedingsagainst prln prlnatnlt proceedingsagainst
against defendant de4t on 0 the th Uth ltb lust lnt to torecover torver torecover
recover rver 110000 00 for the death detb of her herhusband be herhusband
husband hUlbnd William wln Konold a railroad railroadengineer rird rirdnlnr railroadengineer
engineer who wb was killed kUI In I a collision collisionon collon collonon
on nlnr April U 2 last at near n the cement cent works worksthis workltbl worksthis
this tbl city cityPlaintiff cl cityPlaintiff ty tylnUS
Plaintiff lnUS obtained obtl1ed an a order of the theprobate tb tbprobate theprobate
probate court of Utah county at Provo ProvoSaturday Pvo ProvoSaturday
Saturday ltura to accept at the tb compromise compromiseThe mprml mprmlT I
The T heirs bJl of the tb deceased ded engineer engineerare fr fra
are a the th widow wdw and u three tlr children childrenTo chidr chidrro
To Itoooter HcoOcr n 1 DoeO DoeOSallna Ucedsnna leoelMallen
Sallna A Phillip IhIU formerly fonr Lucas Lucasfiled Luca Lucasfiled
filed fle a suit IUI against Int John Halftn Halln In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the Third Tird district cltrct court urt today toy to recover recovera reCOlr reCOlra
a crow deed de to certain oln premise reml held In es escrow e ecrw escrow ¬
crw
crwD D ft W V ROSS nos itoi IX N TOWN TOWNStnto TOWNState ONStRta
State Engineer Rnjlncor of Malo Idaho Txlkj Tlks of ofInlgUot His HisIrrigation BigIlHgttlOuSekeii
Irrigation InlgUot IlHgttlOuSekeii IlHgttlOuSekeiiD Stktm StktmD S1e I ID
D W Rosa R Bute lt ttC engineer tnll of Idaho Idahowas Idbo Idahowas I Iwu
was in town tof today ty and nd reports greatpreparations great greatpreparations It Itprparation
preparations prparation going on In the Gem State Stateto It I
to Candle handle ndle the water we for tr Irrigating IrlUn pur purposes purp punposes ¬
poses p Mr r Ross n Is I directing dlrt the th en engineer engineen t ¬
gineer I work wo In I several ye big bl canal by bywhich bywhich
which wblb It I Is proposed ppo to reclaim rlaim many manythousand manrthoundl manythousands 11
thousand thoundl of acres of arid rld lands The TheAmerican T TheAmerican
American Amrlcn Falls Canal C1 and n4 Power com company rompD cornpatty
patty pD with Ut Utah capital plt1 at It Il Its back I Idoing II IIdot 1doing
doing dot a big bl work wok No big bl reservoir reservoirare reservoirsare
are being In built b bt hot t the afforts ionis of Mr MrRoss Mrf MrRoss
work workA Ross f are re mainly al confined conlt to to canal canalwork cn1work canalwork
A shortage Ibort of water ate II rrCdln reported In the theState theltte thestate
o
State ltte but Mr r Ross R lto sirs the th Snake rlv rlver rlvr nvSr
er r shows loWI no appreciable anlabl shrinkage shrinkageINDIAN IhrnkI IhrnkIINDAN shrinkageINDIAN
INDIAN INDAN PAMINifPUM PAMINifPUMThe PAMIN rUNU rUNUThe 111N1The
The New NtWI has I received re the follow following tolo tolola tallowlg ¬
ing la sums in aid al of the Itrln starving tarvln people peopleoc ptlpleo
o oc India In All Al amounts are r promptly prllmpty re remitt ro roltt remitted
mitt mitted ltt to the tb relief rtlef committee cOlullUf In InK New NewYork Nework w w1or
1or York ork which Is m h constant et touch with withthe witht withthe
the t amlne lan district
411
QM I its Nichols NIholl Silver llv city Cl I lM 100U lMIf 10 10I
I If i Cutler Kanab Xanb Xanbo lM lMJoten lIdlobs
lobs miertson 1ln MOM K Io 100 100P
o J Ja B T Thomaa Salt Uto 2oo 2ooPmlmsly Io
Il Pmlmsly aotmoiW kt 1 2430 2430Total S STital
Total Tital P otal 1 M < W O
HERES RECORD OF OFDASTARDLY OFDASTAROL OFDASTARDLY
DASTARDLY Y CRIME CRIMEFoul
Foul Murders Murers in Missouri Misouri Minne Minnesota Mlnnest Minnesuta ¬
sota st Massachusetts Masachuset New York YorkULOODY YorkBLOODY YorkBLOODY
BLOODY BENDS ARE AREAI311OAI AREAI311OAIDoctor ABROAD ABROADDoctor A ROAI ROAIJoctor
Doctor Joctor Kill lUl lsliborlfarner Nelahl Ifnrtler Mur Murder Murdare Uurden ¬
den lit Ih PaiHll PaiHlla lhullylitarlar lhullylitarlarSia llyllrllr llyllrllrSil
Sil Sia a WOIII WOIIILvDwob Vonmii VonmiiLeavenworth VuwaiiLeavenworth
Leavenworth LvDwob Kansas I Aug AIID 20 20Dr 20DrArrthgton Or OrArrington
Arrington Jtton In Pite Platecounty PUtte county Mo nearLeavenworth near nearLeavenworth Der DerLuewo
Leavenworth Luewo today to shot Plt and n4 ki killedJames killed killedJames
James Jml Wallace WaUlo a wealthy wet farmer tanr and andMrs andMJI andMrs
Mrs William Wiiam Wallace WallaceJames Wallc WallaceJames
James Jaml Wallace Wlce and Arrington Arlntob who whowere whowere bo boWere
were neighbor IIebbr had quarreled quarreltd over a a
line 11 fence Wallace Walhic was w greasing ealng hi hibuggy hia hiabuggy
buggy bl thl th this morning when wh1 Arrlnton Arrlntonapproached Arlnlfn Arlnlfntrebe AnInstonapproacb
approached trebe and ad without a word fired firedtwo tre firedtwo
two shots hot one taking tkln effect in Wallaces Wallaceshead WalaCe WalaCehed Wallareshead
head hed and an the other her In the breast brt killing kllnc kllnc1m
him 1m almost ah6 inttmtly tlly Arrthgton then thendrove thendrvt thendrove
drove drvt acroa c the th river to Aton Leavenworth Leavenworthtaking Leavn Lpnwortb Lpnwortbtakl worth worthtaking
taking takl hla hi young daughter dluahter with him himpurchased blm bbspurchased
purchased purchu 2SO 5 cartridges crtrldl1 and an returned returnedto returnt
to the th th home of o Mr 1r Wm Wi Wallace anace a awidow awilow awIdow
widow wilow who was WR we his hi motherinlaw motherinlawArrlMton motherInlw motherInlwArrllon motherInlawArrington
ArrlMton Arrllon entered the th woman houM houMunbidden hOUMunbld houseunbidden
unbidden unbld en and shot her to death before beforeshe bfore bforehe beforeshe
she he could old make mke an outcry outr Arrington Arringtonthen rrlntot
then tU climbed t into hi his wagon aon and ad drove droveft drovef
ft f with Wt bl his daughter He was pursued pursuedl
l by > y Sheiia 8 Dllllnghnm Dllnhlm and nd a posse pi The Thel TheIo TheIosse
l Io Iosse > osa cnme ee up with Arrlnfton Arrllon near nearrarley na nearParley
Parley nl The murderer murdeer opened opene fry flrewounding lr frywounding
wounding oUlln Dllllngham Dllnham In the breast and andproducing andpruln andproducIng
producing pruln a I fatal wound und As he fell fellDUIIngham IEI fellDtliingham
DUIIngham DUqham shot Arrington Arrlnton through tbrouh the theheart thebr theheart
heart br Saturday night nuh Arrlngton Arllon drove drovebla 4roebll drovehis
his wife 1f away from their tb ir home hom by bythreatening bytbttnllr bythreatening
tbttnllr threatening to kill kl her She S Iept In I a acornfield acmlld acornfield
cornfield cmlld and u still tliin in hidingXILLFD hiding hidingKILLED hldlnlKILLFD
KILLED HIS HS FAMILY FAMILYSt
It Paul Minn Au Au Aug 20 IOA A special IIII to tothe totl tothe
the say sayBetween tl Dispatch Dl tcb from Arlington Mine MinnBetween MIII MIIItwHn Minesay
Between twHn one and two oclock ocolt thismorning this tblamorning thll
morning mla Theodore Wallart Wllrt a farmer farmerliving farmerliving
living 11 eight mile mie from fm here slaugh slaughtered Ilauh Ilauhr siaughtsrod ¬
tered r his hil wife ife and four tor stepchildren stepchildrenwith tehldrn tehldrnw
with w a but her hlr knife knl and so badly In Injured I InJurd ¬
jured JD a fifth fflb child Ihlt that he may not re recover r roonr recover ¬
cover The rou roul > l had hd not lived lved to together tolhr together ¬
gether lhr happllv hpIY and recently 1nt1 separated separatedand apate
and a itd Mrs Mn Wnllart Wnlat Is II understood undelto to have havetaken hve hvetken havetaken
taken tken sup Jl p for getting IIUII a divorce dIvore The Thedead Theded Thedead
dead ded ae aeMr art areMr
Mr Hophla Iphl phia Wallart wan art aged 42 4 Justus JustusStelnborn JUltUSSteinbrn JustuMtelnborn
Stelnborn Steinbrn aged 20 2 Helena Iele Stelnborn Stelnbornaged 8telnbr Steinbornaged
aged tfi Annie Stelnborn Steinbrn igid a d 13 Rey Beyfold Reynold Re1nold ¬
nold Stcinborn tlinbm a ad aged ed 10 10Otto 10Otto 10Otto q
Otto Htflnborn aged aeel It la I badlr bdl In Injured II inlured ¬
lured JUr he may not recover aby Terra TerraOtterman Ter TerraOsterman
Otterman trm n two years old who was 11 via visItlas Y viaittag
Itlas m the thf family tamlY was WI uninjured 11Dnur After Aftercommitting Afer AfercommlttlnR 4UtercommItting
committing the crime Wallart set fire fireto nreto 1N 1Nto
to the tb barns destroying the stables stablescontaining stablescontaining tablelotalnlnl
otalnlnl containing a number numbr of horse hone and andoowa andof andcows
cows of About Abut half a mile mil from the thehouse theboU thehouse
house boU he h hid his hi bloody bloy clothing cohln where whereIt whre whreIt
It was U later late discovered dhlord At last lalt report reporthe rept reptbi
he bi was w making his hi way toward tlad Glen Glencoe Gln Glnc Glencoo
coo c Sheriff Gaffk Galk organised olpnl a posse posseand P posseand
and nd I II hunting huntn for the tb murderer murdererMURDERED murJererMtRDERFf murdererMUBDIREfl
MURDERED MtRDERFf BT A URGLAR nrROLARPUtlfed BrROLARPittsfield URGLARPlttsfleld
Plttsfleld PUtlfed Mans MI A AuI Aug UK 2rtMI 2MI Muss s Mar MarFosburg MayPosburg a aPobuI
Fosburg PobuI the 24veurnid 2H rold Uawrhter dattr of ofR otR ofR
R L L 1 Fosbert Fobrt a lomtactor 101t aco of Hulfalo HulfaloX lutalo lutaloN
X N T was WI shut and killed klld early this thismorning tlll tlllmomlq thismorning
morning by b a t ursla > Her H brother brthr brotherP E EF EP
P Fosburg Jbull wan tiuis nd beaten atln by b one 01 of ofthe ottb ofthe
the tb men whom whol hi h tried I rlt to capture captureThere captureThen
m epure epureT
There T were wer three trt of < > f th > burglars bul18Nn and all allescaped allescaped 1
escaped Mr Fo Fbur bur II I living Ivln In this thiscity thlel thiscity
city Hp el While hiI hiic en enRI enmced HH c on fn 1m some work for an anelectrical antleclrtcal anelectrical
electrical company companyLED companyLED mjsn mjsnLED
LED A IK rTRLE IXtRLE t RLE LIFE LIFENew LIFENew LIPPNew
New York Aug JOPredertck JOPredertckSoharn 20Fredericklichare 1mk 1mkRhrD
Soharn RhrD brothr of r Katherine Scharn Scharnthe Schrl Schsrnthe
the young gin wh who was murdered murere In Inher Inhr Inhr
hr youl apartments Saturday Slturday night and andLincoln andLincoln n1 n1Ltnn
Lincoln Jartmtnt Fri KiH Io i1 to r be b the girls irli lover loverwore loverwlre loverwet
wore Ltnn wlre arraltnl rlr1 today and held for the thecoroner tb therorer
coroner Th t 1lke < oike no longer Iler think thinkrobbery thinkrob thinkrobbity
Crr robbery the lIUI ctusr ui > e of tr tf the crime The Theyouag TI Pitayoung >
young rob woman womRI hid been leading ldln a dou donide double double ¬
ble ot We and tht detective d hOtY believe blev that thata thatI
1 ant
a man I she 1 had met mtt In a dance 41 ball b1 may mayhave m mbW msybare
have bW killed Jlv he heStrike hetrk heStrike
Strike trk In Iortn Iorlo HI 11 11New ItIo ItIoNew wo woNew
New York rk Aug Au llThe Social SocialDemocrat 10Iai 10IaiDorat oclalDemocrat
Democrat party teoelved atc Yed a letter today toUuyfrom todayfrom ia iarl
Dorat prty Hushler serret of the theFederation theFreratn theFederslin
from Al Alwin ln nubltr secretary < rtlr1 ry
Federation rl Libre Lib a c ntral < tral labor body bodyof boy boyof
of Freratn San Juan Jun Porto Rico asking ckln for foraid foraid
aid 1 I on behalf bbalt of a number numbr of strike strikeleader strikeleaders trtk trtkllde
leader < who bo were re arrested aretf there thereThe thereTe thereThe
llde The letter stated lttld that tht the olgarma olgarmaker cn
ke bets Te painters carpenters caJnte and nd brick bricklayer brkklatn bricklayers ¬
layer plnte were ere on strike In n San ln Juan Juanand Jual Jualand Juansni
and latn the strike trie wo 1 beginning b < fnln to spread spreadaver
aver the e whole whle Island In all twenty twentyitrlke tweDtrIrlke twentystrike
01 strike leaders were arrested arrestedThe arrestedThe rtl
The subject wa 11 brought brl t up at to tolays toda1 tolays
I lays Te meeting m etlq of the t Central atral Federated Federatedunion Federatedunio Federatedinlott
union where the tl letter wa I reaI nni nniIt In1It iniIt
unio wbae
It wu decided dJe to send o a contribution contributionlo ctrlbuUo
I to the Porto Rico Ric atrikara aU and n also 0 to touk toak touk
uk matter U President PI4at Pro McKinleY MKi to act l In the thematter th theraflsr

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