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MESSAGE DIRECT DIRECTfROM
fROM MR CONGER CONGERPart
part of It Kept SecretEmpress Dowager DowagerHas
Has Escaped EscapedChinese Chinese Sacred SacredCity SacredCity SacredCity
City Captured
vMhmrt h1nton < > n Aug Augiimkm Au 111b tate de demdt derntflt
mdt iimkm Public the following followingSIN followlna
SIN a um a cablegram received iMt iMtif IuIrfl
frjin Minister rI8ter rI8teriteI Conger Congerltj
if t i
Pekln Un Unui UnI
Legation
stain tat
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j I ui 11 h I ooo < IO > August WSecre WSecrer
r putt tak Washington W Vaithlflgtofle hlnJton Saved Savedr SavedHlld
S da Entered Ente city With WithHi
Hlld s r ncl I 1 l >
S e Hi 11 Do not yet know where whereI whereitiiiIy
I fmlly f 1111 I tM Except death d tht al alan alS
t td an Americans alive and andIM and1e nd ndtTortl
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made but night nightS
1e IM sjtt mte ffcirtu
S iflhIs UK u Mitchell American Americani
II i i Kusnian R and Japanese Japanesei
F 5 JeJ i 4rn1un < imun killed Advise Adviseviui AdvleM1 Advisehittt0
viui M1 thkugo 1 hittt0 Conger Des Desv
Ii v t IP council un11 Bluff Conger Congerlrir ContrJo
4 Jo jnsL lrir 1 rllr Paris IrUiy ParisCONGER
CONGER CONGERjy
iy KOTLER J < Che Poo PooPAKT l1ouPAHr FoupAIr
pAIr KEPT SECRET SECRETwl
wl 11111 t IItJ served Irv d that th the portions portionsn
from Minister Ministerni
n ut u al it i ixtructs
I
t Il ni tMge gt It WM w stated that thatportion thatJlllrlllln thatpurttfl
portion cover such fea feat te
S t a the government vernmnt de dot d dI
t I ink public at this time The Thet ThIII
t r in IIKl tg K was before the cabinet cabineti
i th tho portions not given hen out doubt doubtr
r f r n I tiufntlons of policy and to tointernal tot
t internal affairs upon which whichi
adviser of ofL otrllllllnl ofrfUVflT
i miir nl lor I wak as a the
L riitm rllllllnl nt ruihtr rlllh r than as a the me met
t f iMinmunlcaUng actual occur occurf occurpartrnont
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f u I pitrtmont has received receivedt a ai aSt
i St t h ft m ii Consul t nlul Fowler at Cite Chei Cliut
i ji it hIflvPI elups technical features featurestiii
I > T 1 tiii ru9un It will not be Ie given givent
t It M shIs hl i no new light on the sit sitt litIII sitL
t L i u III Ickm IckmtMIlU88 loklnEmltE8S lekinlMItE
tMIlU88 HAS ESCAPBD ESCAPBDWi l ICCAPDttflgtufl
Wi liirKUn tn Aug 21 21T11 The goveu goveur lOT lI lIt ur
r h < r ftlved e < vrJ positive conflrma conflrmaf
f 5 t fr m ii Hi lflIaI < lal Chinese sources ot oft ot15tfl
t r qrll1r irtim ot < > f the emperor and nd em emi emsis
i sis tunir 1 I lr from Pekln They went wentuara wpntr1 wentlut
uara r1 lut the point at which they theyt thy1bW
t S 1bW i < 1 5Sk uittd < d was not given givenKSTKUKD rivenSnIUD givenEfliED
KSTKUKD SACRED CITY CITYT l
T Ikn i jsfl n August 21 21The The following followingiti I
f iti 11 I ii tian M been be en received from Hear
I
J ROf MCLEILAN OFPMULELLANRETURNS MOLElLANRETURNS MCLEILANRETURNS
RETURNS HOME HOMEHas
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Has Been Studying Music in n Eu Europe Europe Europe ¬
rope For the Past Year YearIS YearDlS Year1Ills
Ills IS FAMILY IS WITH HIM HIMIrrlttd nulhtd
Irrlttd htd at ration ITOII Tlili llortilns llortilnsMlll UorulnIII Ioriilii IoriiliiiilI
Mlll III Coiu COIUO Iv Suit Lake Noon Soound Noonand Soonand
and nd Locate LocatIECIAL Iermaucntlft IermaucntlftPEdAL lullllluclIlIJIFCIAL
PEdAL TO TUB NBWS NBWSon
ytwS on II AuKuut ugutlt 1Prof Prof John J Jr
2 r iiin Ji < m n wife and two children ar ari arhme
i hme h nu < this morning mornln after spend spend5tr spendI
I 5tr 11 r iuKurope where the professor professorIursulng profealOrt professorlurulng
t etn Iursulng lur uinB his hi musical studies studiesVmi studiesr tudler
r Vmi nllly > me ai all We wn though hard hardr
r UK ift its mark upon Prof Mc Meiir McI
iir 1118 I f i When hen seen by a News Newssimply ew ewt ewiL
t I simply Mid id he was tired and andM andM andI
I M wuuid II be all right in a few fewHe fewl
l He H will remain here he this week weekg weekliefl
l tlacn g to Salt Lake and locate localeThe locatet locateThe
t nellll The little party was w due duey dueprrjuy duePLr1ay
prrjuy y but missed mlllll8l11Ui it train In Inr
r r and cj had to lay over twenty twentyurn
f S urn ur sspeaklng tlle klnr of the home voy voyM yo yet
t M j his hl experliJice abroad Prof ProfUn Iroteiid
1 ell Un an 8uld 8uldlr u uvr
vr lr a uitaiwit sant voyage on the lied liedni
E ni Nourdland we e arrived in inVnrk Inrk Inirk
irk rk an August Uth We re
° i n In tin 1w metropolis for a day and andm andellt
l > ellt m n to Niagara arriving arrivingr
r tiLl ii niurning on the Rio Grande Grandeian Grande1IJva Orandeleft
f S ian 1IJva a > I left last August AugustMIIII
MIIII lLIf t further pursue my must
t w M itul t1tlr r Xaver Scharwenka
1t te t I Hungarian master and fol ol olry
j I Iry r ry > piotUttbly a course cou with withkitit withI withrtt
I L kitit rtt artist until March Marchtt
tt hl1 > ftt1 through his hi being
I T < i > rlnusly 111 I belan I
win Ittl ue famous Russian artist
H un n < nm tlmatned lned with him en
S hi > magnificent training until untilthese
With these master I studied
I tu htxjry and needless to say r
10 iduhle ttble to mr mrlur in I never WU
ti t
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t I h hrll lur and enjoyed wery ef day of oft
r I S rll t our Berlin It Pta Uy mt t th the > re
cot President Pr lldent Arnold H Schul chulsf
sf r h German mission I und under r
I 1 h nting of a musical work for
S > 111 n a labor nearly hearl completed completedi
r i IhlLt > at gave me much ratlflca ratlflcat I
t T b T V IJ thousand copies of the same
I > > rinted by b the greatest music
k t hllJl house I the World situated > < 1 1t
PIIClbat gthgt of C R Roder Co Cot
t S left Berlin July Jul ith Uh for a tour tourr
r J ud th the following places placest
t II i tntrs Dresden with Us it ele elei
i i rt t gallerY and the old home of ofr
r 1 Hr Maeer atHr whose home homeS
S lit I Milled with reverential feel feeli
i 5 her WI w t met pre Jrelt Bailey and andi
i t Hlrhard harti and lid d TeaMlle Ku
I JrrIh he city of horror tutt
Wh Where t t we e met Presidents Me Mer Me8chun
14M n1 8chun 4chU1thi and
r Prof Haag Haagy n
rmtr
rhome home thin
y charming charm city
Munich
I the city cU of f the famous famousno
I 1um II hi etc where
WI met Eider
0 eannon anno no and nd d Ptrcy trcy OoddaH
IIrt the birthplace of Goethe
Wf met President I n > W Chris Chrllr
r and IlUnlry Elder Ehl Wll
and Ahton Mr Chris Chrlr
r 11 lately IU 5Upertntesdt rlnt8ftdent of ofhonw
of
ihovtl Utall county Bonn the home honwCologne 0ffiO
whlcb we visited thor thorof
f p aM ellJoed likewise Cologne Colognen
htclral
ot which I Ii a mafJlUlcent lflcent
n re aw Dd
lastly 11111 Btranbury with
L
Admiral l llrue 1 Taku T U Autueut 4U 11t It ItSuHday i iluIlClay 9Uid57
SuHday Th The allies 11I are teportjd r urled to toiave tDlae toiae
iave entered the sacred city Of Pktn Pktnugust P91dtttUlult Pkthugust
ugust ITth ITthCHINESE 11thCIllNEBJD 17thC1llNEH
CHINESE MOBS AT ATWashington WORK WORKWahlnrton WORKWashington
Washington Aug Au JlThe Japan Japanlegation JapanleUon Japanese Japaneselegation
legation has received a dlspitch from fromthe tromthe fromthe
the Japanese consul at t Amoy sayingthat saying sayingthat I Ithat
that Chinese mobs continue to work workdevastation workdevtaUon workdevastation
devastation In that neighborhood and andhave Mdhave andhave
have destroyed several veral chapels chapelsKMPURSa ehapellrocrRE88 chapelsrIMPUEss
KMPURSa DOWAGER DO AOmR HAS CASH CASHParis CAllilarll CASHParis
Paris Aug 21 l1he The Temps publishes publishesa
a dispatch from Shanghai dated Aug AugII Au
II 1 saying Inl It I is reported there th that th thdowager the thedower thedowager
dowager empress emp fled from Pekln Pel n with withtreasure witbtreure withtreasure
treasure amounting mounUn to fifty ftft million tools tnelsand tnellInd toolsand
and that she b Is I surrounded by b Japanese Japanesecavalry Japaneltcvalry Japanesecavalry
cavalry cavalryCALLS cvalryCALLS cavalryCALLS
CALLS PORBIOKBRS COWARDS COWARDSHongkong COWARDSJlonkon COWARDSHongkong
Hongkong Aug 21 21A A prominent re reformer reo reofonner icformer
former has obtained from the yamen yamenrunners yamenrunners amen amenrunnelll
runners a letter from General Tung Iu Lueommanderlnchlef Iucommanderinchlef IucommanderInchIef
eommanderlnchlef of the 01 northern northernarmy northmanny northernarmy
army to General Tung Tun Fu Sian com commanding eamInandln corninanding ¬
manding the Kan 8u troops saying sayingIt 1111 1111It
It is I not convenient to accomplish accomplishmy
my secret orders and nd proceeding
Die Th foreign devil counting their theirsuperior theirluperlor theirsuperior
superior strength In warships and guns gunshave IIhhave gunshave
have dared to exert all their power powerto
to rob and insult us but their popula populations populatlon populations ¬
tions are a small and entirely dependent dependenton
on the Chinese productions China now nowpossesses nowpou nowpossesses
possesses pou cannon and rifle and plenty plentyof plentot
of well trained troops troopsI
I dont fear the foreigners torelln In the thecase thecue thecase
case of San Mun I refuted Italy with withthe withthe withthe
the result that nothing was taken t en It ItU ItII
U evident th the foreign devil are a cow cowards coward cowaids
aids ardsCOMMAND ard ardCOMMAND aidsCOMMAXD
COMMAND TO MURDER FOREIGN FOREIGNBRS FORmONBRI FOR2tGNERa
ERa BRSI
I and Prince Tuan recently otttalned otttalnedthe
the help of millions of Boxers possess possessing pOi pOiInl possesslag ¬
lag magnificent boldness I swear to tomurder tolIIurder tomurder
murder all 11 the foreigners with the as assistance yItance assistnce ¬
sistance of the Boxers Boxe who are re sup suppiled supplied up upfilled
piled with arms armsGeneral lnuGeneral annaGeneral
General Tune Fu 8lan 8ia in his reply replywhich reillywhich replywhich
which was wa also obtained says y he is I of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the same opinion and nd places the Can KanSu Kah8u CanSn
Su troop troo II at General Thug Lui dis disposal dlapoRI dlsposal ¬
posal
Its It I wonderful astronomical clock clockmarvel olocka olockalIiaXVl a amarvel
marvel of mechanism and invention inventionWe
We covered Swltierland In good goodstyleZurich Itoodtyle goodstyle
styleZurich style Zurich Lucerne Geneva Horn lierneInterlaken DerneInterlakn
Interlaken Lousanne and nd Husle and andmet andmet andmet
met Blder 11 McDoneM loDoit 4II Harding Reber
Keller Itees and Egan In Sw 811alto wi4ass1an4 wi4ass1an4alSo aerlamL aerlamLalto
alto took a trip on the St I Qothard Qothardrailway Gothrdrallw Gothardrailway
railway rallw to 0 Chlano and 04 Milan Jtan Italy Italywhich
which was very fascinating This rail railroad rllroad railroad ¬
road contains sixtynine tunnels be between b btween between ¬
tween Xurlch and Chlassothe longest of ofwhich ofwhich ofwhich
which Is I twentythree minutes The Thecity ThecIty
city of Milan was w interesting especial especially pedalI
ly I the glorious Iorlou Gothic cathedral built builtof
of marble only and which Is one of the thewonders thewondelll thewonders
wonders of Europe from an art stund stundpoint ItUlldpoint uUindpoint
point The building Is I adorned with withturret W Wturrets 5 5turrets
turrets and 2000 statues tatu was begun In
1KS by VlioontI and completed by 1 Na Xanoleon NaPOleon Naolson
olson I
The Th Rhine trip In which we were wereJoined werejoined wereJoIned
Joined by Elder reery Peer Herrlck of Og 0 0den
den down to lovely Cologne ColopwlUl with Its Itswonderful It Itwondertul itswonderful
wonderful cathedral which vies with withthe withthe withthe
the one In Milan Milanwas lIanw was thoroughly en enchanting eDchantln enchanting ¬
chanting chantlnParll
Paris we found very e Interesting and andquite andquite antiquite
quite dirty dirt It doe not equal Berlin
In either beauty or cleanliness and the theexposition theexpolUon theexposition
exposition we did not care c to compare comparewith com comparewith r rwith
with our magnificent Worlds Fair of ot188S
183 It is inferior I In all ways excepting
the tb art rt exhibit which are simply per perfection JI perfeetlon r rfectlon ¬
fection In our Paris hotel were w a dozen
Utah people l who were taking takln In the thefair thetlr thefair
fair fairThe The American exhibit are the peers peersof
of all other In nearly ever every case We WevIsntedBrussels W WllntedBrulnl WetIsntedBtuisel
vIsntedBrussels andAntwerpe andAntwe andA ntwrpe lateraail
leg from the lust named place We oe have havevisited haveIlted haveVisited
visited charming countries and enjoyed enjoyedU
It Immensely but are glad lad to be home homeagain hnmeaaln homeagain
again The entire year has h been a blest blestone bleston lllt llltone
one on and I now feel fe 1 better bt > tter able to cope copewith eupewith I Iwith
with the requirements of my in n profession professionMisses protellllionMilitl professionMissei
Misses Ramsey and Gates were doing doingexcellent doln dolnultlIent doingexcellent
excellent work when hpn I left The Ger German German German ¬
man mission under President Schyl Schylthess 8chvlthplII 8chilthese
these is I In fine condition cndIUonZ
Z S Derrick of Salt Lake City ac accompanied aecompanied accoinpanled ¬
companied us u on our tour a as r rPari a aPurls as asParis
Purls He is lion on his way home after rtlU rtlUIng ftll ftllInr lii liitog
tog a long mission In Germany GennanIn
In conclusion I want to tell you ou that thatthe thtthe thatthe
the Berlin conference In In a flourishing flourishingcondition dourlblnIolldltlon flourishingcondition
condition under the th presidency of Elder ElderJ
J L Woodruff of Salt Lake He Is I a anoble Itnoblp anoble
noble boy and hU hi efforts are much muchPredated ap appreciated a allreclated ¬
Predated by Elders Eldersand and Saints alike
WIDOWS PROPERTY BURNS BURNSWh
I
Wh What t it Supposed to be the Work of f an In Incendiary Incendlary Incendlary ¬
cendlary Destroys Everything EverythingStacks EverythingStcckior
Stacks Stcckior Tor or Groin nml tiit Hurt the Sum Summeri NUIIIIller Stiiiimcis
meri linriilni no o Up In Intlcrclltii InJhrcUj iiiiercilea
tlcrclltii Ilauic IlauicOranUrlll FImeGrant11U FlanieOrantsvfll
OranUrlll Aug Au SLAt this hour hour4O
240 4O p m all 11 th the eworldly good of ofMrs otJlCrt ofmrs
Mrs Mllsabeth Matthew UheWI a widow widowbelnlr are arebeing arebeing
being licked sot of xlstenc ex11 Ac by fire and andhalf andhalf
half th the town 1 Is oat In an effort to ar arrest atrest r rt ¬
rest t ta tile cruel destruction of property propertyAll
All n cummer pummrlonr long Mrs MriMatthewl Matthews and nd her hersons herlObI herIons i
sons Uv have tolled to get together enough enoughbreadstuff enoulhbreadtuHt enoush1mresdstu
breadstuff and Dd other supplies to last lastthem lutthem lastthem
them through th the winter and the theIUlt re tosuit result ¬
suit ha h has shown Itself In the accumula accumulation Ctumulalion ¬
tion of four stacks of grain and one of ofhay otbr ofhay
hay In the tb home yard A short time ago agothe 510the 0 0tbe
the barn bar hay and ad grain began to burn burnand bumnd burnand
and nd at this moment there Is 5 no chance chanceto cbancto
to save av eltl either r but half our citizens are areengaged arenlred V Vengaged
engaged In an 11 effort to save ve the house housewhich houaewhleb housewhich
which Is now no threatened and fr frm frmhlch frinIwhich m mwhich
which hlch the lb furniture has ha been removed removedby rcmo rcmoby
by willing neighbor who fear tbe worst worstTh worltTb vlratTh
Th thrashers were to visit Mrs Mat Matthews Matthfln Matthews
thews place tomorrow to thrash nut the theBrain thegrain thegrain
grain but the apjiarently IIarntl fiendish work workof workoltoml
of oltoml some Incendiary ha hu Indefinitely post postPoned poltone4 postponed
Poned th tile usually happy thrashing day daywith dllYwith daywith
with It its crowd of Jolly bands and has hasrobbed ha harobbed hasrobbed
robbed the widow nf her hardearned hardearnedread hardfarnpdbred hardearnedbread
bred > read The son are Industrious snd this thisIjlow thlblow thisblow
blow js s very discouraging to them in intheir Intheir intheir
their effort to supply their widowed
mother with th the necessaries heceea I of o lite Th Thproperty Thpropert Theproperty
property Is situated on Main Street here hereand hreaad hereand
and wee formerly owned by JMshop shop
Hunter JI BunterIhinhciMu unler unlerIIIUIIIIti
IIIUIIIIti I tee PM titan IUimrle H4IIHJrled H4IIHJrledIheboran hieltorteIIShebogan I IShebogan
Shebogan WIs Aug tt ItA A careful carefulretivw carefulrnlvw carefulreivW
retivw of the havoc caused by b bday yester yesterday yesterdays ¬
day days tornado shows the damage malt to tohave tDhave tohave
have been far less than at t first thought thoughtThe tboullThe thouhtThe
The number of buildings destroyed d or orbadly orbadly orbadly
badly damaged Is I not 0 over Vr Tt 7 and a d the thepecuniary UtepecunllU thepecuniary
pecuniary loss 10 in the neighborhood of ofI100WO ofJ100000
I100WO I100WOTh J100000The 100000Th
Th The most remarkable featur tt of the thestorm ta tatorm thestorm
storm Is that not a life was w kjat kjatThe kilt kiltnI iqetThe
The nI storm originated at Marlnett Marlnettnd Mrlntteand
and nd seem to have followed the line of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Chicago A Northwest railway railwaydown rallwadown railwaydown
down as far as Oshkoah There It Itveered Itveered itveered
veered to the th east and apparently pa JI spent spentItself spentitself Pftt1tae11
Itself on Lake Michigan WhUe Vb the thestorm thetorm thestorm
storm did considerable damage dlma all alon alonI l lng lngit ng ngIt
It I track It was w moat re at t this thispoint lblpoln this1i1
point pointTh polnTh °
Th 1i1 width of th the stoftn wa w Ibout abouthalf Iboutbatt iboutbait
half a mile It does not no appear ppefto lo have havestruck haVeItruek hivestruck
struck clo close tt to the earth aa the ordi ordinary onUna cr41nary ¬
nary na tornado doc hot fo o JtkVe iVe e pent spentit pentUs nt ntIt
Us It greatest forre at some om 4Iat distance from fromtbe frobm frobmtb fromthe
the tb ground This TIll accouata for to the themany t themany e emany
many houses with partly demolished demolishedroof doUtbdrool
roof
Munleror CaptureSt OlltHrQlIIt Capture
St Paul Minn Attf ItAn Ailing Arilngton
ton Minn special to to the Dispatch Dispatchsays
says saysWallert Wallert who yesterday eltercl7butohered butchered his hiswife bl blwl hiswife
wife wl and four stepchildren and d serious seriously erlously rluuaIy
ly wounded w untJed another 11yearold step stepson stepson tllpon ¬
son on was captured this morning In a abarn abrn abarn
barn on the place of hi his sister Mrs MrsStulnborn MnItttinborn MrsSteinborn
Stulnborn about two mile from the thescene tbeacne thescene
scene of the crime He H was w hidden un under under under ¬
der a manger Wallert made a some somewhat sonicwhat omewltat ¬
what Incoherent confession but became becamemoic becamemOh becamemob
mob confused under questioning When WhenWallert WbenWwlert WhenWuJiert
Wallert in custody of officers pad padtbe ness d dthe
the house where the bodies of the mur murdered murdered murtiered ¬
dered family lay a hastily organised organisedcrowd oranlle4crowd organisedcrowd
crowd attempted to lynch him but he hewas hew hewas
cers was w taken away In safety by the offi officers 011IOInr om0e1s ¬ i
Plilllpplno Ilii I iitii no Commission CommissionManila COlIIlIllsiloliJnUa Coiii iiiiesion iiiiesionManila
Manila Aug Au SI ItThe The Philippine com commissioners commlulunelll cornmiasiuners ¬
missioners when Installed on Septem September eplember eptemher ¬
ber 1 will consider a bill for municipal municipalorganisations mUnicipaloanlaatlon inumciptilorganlsatlons
organisations General Otis municipal municipalscheme municipalMhme municipalscheme
scheme as a modified Includes provi provisions provltoll provisbus ¬
sions toll regarding land taxation and nd a acivil achU acivil
civil service rvlce bill empowering tln owerln the com commission com1I1lon cornmission ¬
mission to take appointments by sys system IY sysloin ¬
tem of civil service advancement by bywhich byw bywhich
which w lch It will be possible for the in incumbent IncJmbentl IncUmbents ¬
cumbent of the lowest officers through throughefficient tbroulheJ1c1ent throughelticient
efficient service and competitive exam examnations Itxamtnauo examiMilons
nations tnauo l to obtain positions OIUon at tbe heads headsof
of departments and undersecretary undersecretaryships
ships The heads of the civil service servicedepartments 1erlcedelarlmentl servIcedepartments
departments are empowered to dill discharge dillcar diicharge ¬
charge car employee for cause but are arepowerless arepowerle arepowerless
powerless to 1111 vacancies except exceptthrough exceptthrough xceptthrouh
through the regular path of promotion romoUon1tUI
The commissions executive sessions sessionswill sessionswill uloOlwill
will be open to the public publicIn pu bile bileIII
In n Serious Condition ConditionLa
La Cross Wls Aug ft 11A41cee Advice r rcaved re receivd iicalved
caved here at t noon today contain th thft
Information that all the men injured In Inthe Inthe inthe
the riot at Prairie Duchen last night nightare nltrhtare nightre
are re Improving but not entirely out of I
danger During the thick of the fray tra traIhe fr frthe
the city marshal telegraphed Mayor MayorAnderson MayorAnderon MayorAnderson
Anderson of this city to send don down n tha thamilitia th thmlltllot thamilitii
militia but as 1 applications for such aid aidrout alaim aidmist
rout m t 4e made to the governor he was wasassist WaJUbl wasutbp
unkbUl to assist i iPaWe them themVja themPaTie
Ubl
PaWe Vja PaTie le 1 Duehn > WI Aug 2lChas 2lChasnvyaugl 2tcuaull
nvyaugl Iyaugie aull formerly forme or 01 the th Fifth cat catairy ca caiilry 1Ii 1Ii11I
airy 11I an4 harry lia Clnquita formerly of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Seventh cavalry both membei of a aWild aWild
Wild West show bo and lid City Marshal MarshalCharles MalllhlCbarl MarshaCharles
Charles t Lluder shot hotln In last nights riot riotare riotare riotare
are In a serious condition It Is I be believed belIeve4 believed ¬
lieved the marshal will die John Mer Merrill Merrill 11crTill ¬
rill night policeman was w also 110 seriously seriouslywounded serioualwounded
wounded woundedThere woundedThelP woundedThere
There was w no further trouble after aftermidnight afterml4nllht aftermidnight
midnight midnightM5W ml4nllhtIC
M5W ciit IC THHATY rnHvzywlTlI WITH SPAtS HPAIVComplete iutiCoinlilelo
Complete KoRtorntlon or notations
With ilI tho Unltwl States StntonWashington Slnte1Whlnton StatesWashington
Washington Aug 21Mlnlster Stor Storer
er at Madrid Informs the state ttedpart ttedpartment department depart department ¬
ment that a treaty of amity commerce commercennd commr e eRnd
nnd navigation and general Intercourse Intercoursehas Intercouhat
has been signed provisionally by the themlntater themlnter theminister
minister of state and nd hlmsvlf This Thlpractically ThUipratlcally Thispractically
practically marks the last step In th thcomplete the thecomplete thecomplete
complete restoration of relations be between between between ¬
tween Spain and nll the United States StatesKAHMKIIS ItatelAUmmS StatesPA
KAHMKIIS PA IIMIILtSINCONG IN CU CONOItlWS CONOItlWSTirontlutli OlmSS OlmSSTwontlolh ItICSSTivontluth
Tirontlutli Annual Session 81 > 11011 Moot at atColormlo atColorlIllo atColornilo
Colormlo Spring Today TodayColorado ZIA ZIAColordo rffllnyColorado
Colorado Spring Colo Aug Au 11 ItThe ItTheNatlon1 21TheNational Tb TbNational
National Farmers Congress met here heretoday beretoday heretoday
today with a large attendance The Themeeting Themeetlnr Themeeting
meeting was addressed by b President R RG RG Ra
G K F Candage who spoke of crop fail failures tallUrel failuies ¬
ures famine war pestilence the good goodfortune goodfortune ood oodforlune
fortune of the United States commerce commerceexports commerceexportl commerceexperts
exports and imports transportation transportationmall tranJQr atlQIl atlQIlmall
mall service American merchant mar marine marIne marInc ¬
ine Interoceanic canal education for forfarmers lortarme forfsrmeri
farmers taxation tho tarmer as a a law lawmaker Iwmaker lawmaker
maker and a man of peace anduni anduniformity and net unlformlty netformity ¬
formity of State laws I we Ills address addreuof was wasof wasof
of considerable length lengthThe lentbThe lengthThe
The morning trains brought hundreds hundredsof
of delegates to the congress The at attendenre attendenee t ttendenre
tendenre promise to be th the Urgent Urgentsince lal1fetIinee largestsince
since the congress wa organized Al Although AIthoub Although ¬
though many of the delegate did not notarrive I Iarrive Iarrive
arrive in time to attend the opening oJltnlnlIon see seeslon seeskin
skin Ion the high school auditorium In Inwhich inwhfrh
which the congress onrre met wan crowded crowdedwith crowdedwith I
with Uh lUlfMtn and iDfitntmi when n I
O ui F Candnge Ca illte of of Ilrookllnf trl ln MM the theacting th thacUn theacting
acting acUn president called call1 the gathering to toorder toorder toorder
order President Slocum of Colorado Coloradocollege Coloradocoli Coloradocollege
college coli e delivered the Invocation Invoc tlon and IUIdwelcomln andwelcoming
welcoming Addresses were made by b Mr MrOlbert MrOibrt
llbert MrClurg secretary ecretr of the Coil Colorado Coildo Coleido
rado do Springs chamber C llm r of commerce commerceMayor commerceMayor I IMynr
Mayor J It Robinson and nd Governor GovernorCharles GovernorCharles r I ICharl
Charles B Thomas to which blcb a fellcltou fellcltouresponse felicitousresponse I Ipaae
response paae was made by Major G M MHyls I IRral 1Ryils
Hyls of Savannah Oa OaPresident 0 0lreeIdent flalrldent
President n O F P Candage Canti then de delimed d dIred tisllvired
limed hi his annual address addressNHW addre addreNIIW addressNIIW
NIIW YOm YOItlCIStd4 fisTlLL I LIJ HIGH HIGHGov m01l1Go BiGlilGoy I
Goy Go HoMorolt no efolt So AneurftN slur tlio PIQS PIQSItlciit II6t1111nl Isosliltitt
Itlciit a alt to Next 1t Nuremblr NuremblrWultlncton V VWahln ovembe ovembeWashingtontug
Wahln Wultlncton Washingtontug tonAu Autr tl tlaovernor Governor ROOM ROOMveil RooaeIt Roestilt
veil It left for New w York this morning on onth ontill onthe
th till 11 1 oclock train When asked for forInformation forInlormtlon forInformation
Information as I to his visit the guy governor rovernor guyernor ¬
ernor aid h he came especially tn sue tie the
President desiring to talk over overmatters overmatten overmatters
matters concerning ron mln < < th tho < campaign and andalso andalao andiso
also regarding hi his itinerary The Presi President Preildent ¬
dent and nd Governor Hootievclt dUcussed dUcussedvarious dl dieussedvarious lulI4Id lulI4Idarlou
various arlou campaign policies together with withthe withthe withthe
the features of the th letter of acceptance acceptancewhich aocptancewhich oceptancewhich
which are soon to be made public a
I II the desire dul of Governor Roosevelt ROOIfvella as asvice asa
a vi vice t e presidential candidate candidte to have h
his ht utterances utrane during durlR the coming comln west western WNteM westera ¬
era eM tour tor thoroughly thoqhl in accord with the theviews theyew theviews
views yew of the presidential candidate and
h he also 1 desires tier to give Ihe expression nprlon to and andmake an anmke animake
make mke feature of o the issues Iu which the tb
President Ilent deem dNJ mot Important Inlportnt GOT GOTernor Cloyliner
liner eno Roosevelt Roevelt expects eJt to make mk a great greatmany lrt gristmany
many 111 speeches pb during the lb campaign campaignand cam camand
and nd has h made ma arrangement aranemen to be b beChicago in
Chicago Clco a week wek from next net Monday U
The Those who conversed with Itb th
tire
Tb tprl tb gover governor governor ¬
nor nr say he Is I full fl of confidence cOllfdene a as lver lvernr to the ther tb theremIt
r rtult remIt ult of the coining ollng olvlnn Ictlon but bt at t the theame tbeme thecame
came me time tme be b think there should he h heIoroUs a avigorous aIlorou
vigorous rampnlgn Campliin In oplxr to keep bel the thepeople thoJflt thepectlc
people Jflt Informed regarding Iardlnl the Import Important 1or impoflant ¬
ant In Issue Ilu The governor Iovrnur assured ure tb tbPresident the IbePhltnt theP1PIIIeflt
President Phltnt that there th la no question questionabout qUHlon qUHlonIbout queionabout
about the tb State of Now N w York Yok notwith notwithstanding nowli notwithstanding ¬
standing landlnj the complications cmpliton over the theState theStatl th thState
State ticket tickt and State Btatl convention ometlta
POPULISTS POPULSTS POPUUSTSAND POPUUSTSANDVICE AND ANDVICE ANDVICE
VICE PRESIDENCY PRESIDENCYNational PRESIDENOYNatonal
National Natonal Commiltii Commlu I Divided on onNaming onI onNaming
Naming a GttfdiditB GttfdiditBMAY GI didate didatenA
Ps PsMAY
MAY nA Y TAKE TAKEtluit AiI 3RtTJVENSON 3RtTJVENSONlost nnRXSON nnRXSONIoU
IoU ofilie or the OincariOii Omeer Officers tlit kftiee fue ie IlSnyilie IlSnyilieIolloy ISf Ihe IlieVolio
Iolloy 1010 Volio IVoitlil oullt b bi bti Mi SUlbtdll SUlbtdll16tIo huibiciI huibiciISteussuioIridigs 101 tin I ISlot
Slot SteussuioIridigs 16tIo union IIrl I rleiids I Hopeful Hopefullatest IUIful IUIfulI IUIfulChllal JiopelniChicago
I
Chicago Chllal Attf Ai SI SIreceived I ti4 latest 1ttt reports reportst rep reportsreceived
received receivd here Indicate Indicatenational ndct it t the t 1 Populist PopulistIch Populit PopulitnaUoaal Populistnational
national committee committeeIn ea mU Wlch Ich Is I to meet meetInstant me meetin
In this tl city cl on o th thnot tl thh IIb luant Instant may maywa mayDut maynot
not be as hannoalo hannoalowhen ha wa w predicted predictedtte predictedwhen predictedwhen
when the theeecutv theexeeutjvecitte executive executiveIon tte ti was In InIon sea sesith seaMon
Ion here early earl In the theIng tit mtmth ith The Te mt mtIb meetleg meet meetChicago
leg Ib Is t called caled for to th t the purpose of select selecting selobting 1et 1etInr ¬
ing a candidate cndld for t tQ t the t vice ce presi presidency prl prldeoc presIdency ¬
dency dencyWhen deoc deocWhltD 3
When Mr Town Tolle flned ined the nomi nomination nomlntlon nomination ¬
nation of the PopuMJjtsrit Pop Popi1tI It was w general generally 1 rl rlIy
ly supposed Uppled Mr Sterslison 1 would re receive ro rocelv tocelve ¬
ceive the Populist Popult end e endiiement swment ment by gen general reneral geeeral ¬
eral consent oonlnt The corf orr4ondence pondence ndenee which whichhas whichha whichhas
has ha taken place araon a members of ofthe ofthe
the tb national natlonal commitU comll I of the party partysince prty partysince I IIne
since Ine the executive executve eoi Comnittee mlttee IUee meeting meetingmakes metn meetingmakes I
makes l8ke It plain that tbt tl Is s result rult while whileapparently whlt whileapparently
apparently apparent still UI probable pr pro Ie I will wil not be beaccomplished b baomlllhe4 beaccomplished
accomplished aomlllhe4 without witoUt struggle In Indeed Indeed Indeed ¬
deed It I is understood undera tat J at many of the theleaders theleder theleaders
leaders leder of the party asc a strongly urg urging ur urIn urglng ¬
ing In that the commltte lmmltt shall name nae an anIndependent anindependent n nIndepndent
Independent Indepndent candidate candidateThose cadidae candidateThose
Those ThOe who take te this position lon include includea
a majority majorty of the tb odtyers uf the na national n ntonal antional ¬
tional tonal committee commlle anting n them being beingChairman belnrCtlnnan
Ctlnnan Chairman Butler Duter aiw c re Treasurer uuter Wash Washburne Wuhburne Washburne
burne who are pronounced proaned In their theirviews theirvlewI theirviews
views Vice Chalrmafl ehal hairma iDdmlnten 1mllten Is I also alsosaid 81 alsosaid
said to Incline Inlne towards toW towardbe be b opinion opinin that thatwisdom thatwlldom thatwisdom
wisdom demands demand thi th the thl Populists Populistshave Popullthave Populisthave
have a candidate candldt of t tsoir lelr own in theleld thefield the thefield
field leld Secretary 8 rtB Edgsfton Bdg ton II credited creditedwith crelte credItedwith
with being beln the only onl o deer cer of the or organisation oranlaton organisatlon ¬
ganisation anlaton who U t frW fr1dIy tdly Iy to the en endorsement endorsement ft ftdonmeat ¬
dorsement donmeat of Mr 1r IMvensons I eton candi candidacy cue candidecy ¬
dacy dacyMr daeyro decyMr
Mr ro Stevensons Stevenln fri Ir ids d claim caim that thatBdgerton totdrerton thatEdgerton
Bdgerton Is I working worIR e f nstlvely In their tlr tlrbhlt thurbehalf theirbehalf
behalf bhlt The best bl canv s of the com committee cm cmmltee corninittee ¬
mittee mltee they the hv have bee be able to make makecauses makecauses
ae aecu
causes cu them to feel h < jeful lul of the tb n nsuit r toUnit
suit ul Itl Still those tho now nw committed of ofcourse otcur ofcourse
course cur are a considerably enlldeblr below blow a ma majority J maJorlty ¬
jority Joty in numbers numbersSenator numbelllSenator numbersSenator
Senator Butler and others ahpr hers who agree ae
with ith him contend ontUd It I would IDuid be suicidal sutcldslfor lulld1 lulld1lor
for their party not to have a candidate candidateof cadldt cadldtof
of their political poltical faith lalh In the field leld They Theyalso ThyallO Theyalso
also hold that unless unle that thI there Is IIPopult a aPopulist aPopulist
Populist Popult candidate cadIdte for second lond place placemany pla placeMany
many mny Populist topulli votes vtt will wi be driven drivenfrom dven dvenlrom drivenfrom
from Mr r Bryan BryanThe Bran BranT BryanTb4
The national committee ha has Mil nowk
T I CltH b tU tUwu now pow4cto
4cto a k koux > aat St w1thte with wu the taatrtMHotw 1I 1ltiv 1ltivSioux f UH U
Sou Sioux oux HiMto 1 OMrtMbn bd aut sai U 1tlume Itsumed ft ftsumed
sumed lume IU I rteclstOH leIO when when made ma will wil be bei hfa befinal
final finalFIREMAN fa faFIREMAN finalFIREMAN i
FIREMAN KILLED AT A FIRE FIREWall FIE FIEWal
Wall Wal Toppled Tople TOppI Over Oye on o Him 1m Test fOr Others Othersare
are Hurt
Awful Hcinltt of n Firebug Flrebu ork VorkTvo orkrwo orknv
Tvo nv of ot the Men JI u Injured luJlrttl by byIroni byIalliii
111 Ialliii Ironi Irol u aPeoria Hoof HoofPeorta loor loorPe
Peoria Pe Ills I Aug 21Oe 21One One fireman firemandead Ir1 dretnandead
dead de four t01f Injured fSOOM 300 worth wor of ofproperty ofprprt ofproperty
property prprt destroyed dttred is th the work of otar a afir afirs
fir ar firs bug t1 In two Ores Ire early rly this thl morn morning mJ mornhit ¬
hit I
ingAbout About Abut 1 oclock oolo lire fre was w discovered tvred in inth Intbl inthe
th the plant of the Peoria Peori Lounge and andMattress andMat andMattress
Mattress Mat company c n The Th plant was w pr practically prac practically ¬
tically tcl destroyed dlrulet The lois lo will reach rch
WOJO 0 insurance InlVrce 15 150 15000 ooo Pipemen PI Phil PhilIp Pi Philip
Ip Olstlsr DIUe of truck No I and Fred FredBrodbeck FredBrbk FredBrOdtCk
Brodbeck Brbk of o hone hOlt No o 5 fell tl from the theroof thert theroot
roof rt of a two 51u1 t Iul i > building hutdlnl adjoining aolnlnr
the fire fre l DUerR Distlers > itler > xlmulder 11ulder was broken brokenand brokenn brokenand
and n Brodbeck Brbk was badly LUII bruised bruisedAn brll
An hoar hOlr after rtr th < mattr companys
fire lre Carrolls Carrl Ice Ie home only cmlaay cmlaaylre MO t yards
from frm the tb scene IDe of the first fir fr lIre was wa dls dlscovered dlloyr discovered
covered oyr In a blai bla At A th th the end of an anhour1 anhoul anhours
hours fight ftt the ruof of the th building buildingcaved buiding buidingc buildingcaved
caved c ve In In hiCaptain InCaptain
Captain Barney Rmey Manning Manlnr and Pipe Pipemen r Pipemen
men Michael Il Gibbon GlbbolM and Harry arf l Palm Itim Itimfr PalmCr > almer
er of hoe company No I 1 entered a
door dr of lbs h burning bmlng building huldlnl They The were ere
holding a stream em ream of < > r water on the fire firewhen ftrewb firevhn
when wb the U walls wall toppud tUlpled over ove Captain Captainannliig
Manning Xanla was 1 killed kld outright outrlht linemen
Gibbon Gibb and ad Palimr Pallkr were buried wred under
the t tn well wall but were soon dug III out by
their companions cPDlonl dlbbous lbbo had both bth
I legs I broke 1 mrvk below blow the Ih knee n while Palm Palmer
er escaped P with wih f 1 W t bruises brl Ladder Ladderman Ldder Lddermal LadderIIifl
j man mal James JU P Lynch L nch of truck tck No 1 1was 1was
I I was w struck Ink by a I railing rllnc timber Umbr and andi aisicrushed
i crush crb crushed about trit th hIps liipiIMIIOKS hiplI hIpsIltlOEM
I I IMIIOKS I H C SM NOT OT > IIIOI1 IIIOI1AUtiktt J 111111iaekn Oi
AUtiktt lfkn Salmon Nut NItltmlidniivo ICijwnslvo 1 Con ConHlilotlnp jonsti1t n n111lnl
Hlilotlnp 111lnl sti1t big the Iht ClitmmxUUlUQS ClitmmxUUlUQSNew th CIivisnistnutj2w IIIUIUO IIIUIUONw
New Tar Tot Au Ut i Wim Wlt Wi vary Vi few fewflMepttom fewU fewtaseptiosis
flMepttom U bujcu Ut in this Itl market mrket re regard to1eid ¬
gard I the opening OpUl1 prices named A1 on J the the1K tl theIPUV
1K 1 IPUV pack 1k of o f AaKd Alula almen alme I by the t Alas Alaska AJ Alaits
ka Packers aeiixiuilon
hek ulvCtlon aa being blnl ex extremely nItlfactUI cxttotsm3 ¬
tremely satlsfacioi ItlfactUI As a result ru1 uf ufthis II ofthis
this 1bl view It is 1 Ila sIad d that all orders orderspJao4 urdf1 orderspisoed
pJao4 subject abJt u I > inning nl prices Jlct irice were wereconflnMd w wereom1iinied
conflnMd and 11 m il nany INI lut Inj Instances buy buytr
tr 1 are said l to riu 101 iacraaMj ehelr ehelrpurchase mlrI thstrpurchases
purchase I ver very t > lainl larltl Tfce 1iof Iolue Ioluelt ousei as asuf
uf lt opinion is I thai thi 1 n view V1 of o the tit ex exceedingly eXclll cxceedingly ¬
ceedingly clll strong tron pjiitloa pultol at e salmon aon by byimwen b bI byieaso
imwen I of the tl itiiutted dtHlltld Hrtag t of ofbtws otbwfU ofbetweu
btws bwfU u Muow IO t l1 J MOW < 10 < cases e for the tlieentire theI theentire
entire I vaefc a va 11 i U be > c coaaft e tl las ta prices pricesnamed prleinamed r d dnled
named nled 1110 110 I aitu > ni I U1TM 11 and v vor vortaal voi voitavwebis iy
favorable taal to buyers IUc ana a an will WI enable enableHum pOIIIt pOIIItLe enibieAem
Hum Le to sell IU ut a I i profit prtft ttfitrj the Ue cost costlaw cost1a14
law 11 down on o the bails blll or alt rail I rates ratesat ratesat tu tuat
at U ttH Jz The tlgur auro s given Iv refer to all allwater al oilwater
water wate rat the clxaptat fndfttt obtain obtainubl obtatnbh obtainimbl
ubl bh Item real Nm the ci CI1 CI1li coast coastlit uit uitIrf
lit li an A interview ulfl a e41ng operator operatorsaid operato operatorsaid
said Id There can l IN > a no leak M that tht tIe tleprkts le leprlM tIeprkes
prkts named lamed are low I rumhleriag ID the thestrung thetr thestrung
strung tr situation Ituatlon hutnoa jlroa to In and all allreport 11 allreports
report reptl at Il hand Mld Indlcat I cat that tl buyets n
have ha oenftnreJ ofrret what hit offer were wereplaced w wpllf Werepiiced
placed pllf I undernund unlerltnd also that tlt consider considerable cDlchr cDlchraWe coidrable
able business has hi h been hNn done dO among amongcountry amol amongeountry
country buyers lartlcularly 1lrtlculrl In the thl theast
Kast ast It I is II iniponyllile Im lhl t to form fr any a t ttlmate t to totimate
tlmate as to th tho the Illmh quantityth uHntlty hat has b be bn bnlold been beenold n nsold
sold but If reports rprl are ae anything nlln like likecorrect lke lkelllrrt likeuurrect
correct lllrrt the tl aacx UwtalO welation latlon must t have haveplaced havelace havepisced
placed lace a very 1 law la 1 chars h of o o It its total totala totAlIik totalJuvers
Iik < a < k Huyers Jyel In this market have haveprobably havpprobly haverobibly
probably probly been 1 the th smallest Imilfi purchasers pnrchaeravtriM pI rt Ihu
vtriM a number humbr of < > f the large lar buyer buyerplaced of ofpl buyersplaced
placed pl orders ore1 for fo a Urge la share hae of their theirprobible Ulfllrprbablt theirprobable
probable prbablt requirement rqulaentl with Wt outside ouldc
packers 1ck1 some om time tll ago A The Th opinion opinionuinung opinon opinonmunr opinionpinung
uinung a large larll majority mljOrt of 0 the buyers buyersis buye buyeI
is I that the price prlct are ar low As A a mat matter matter mateter ¬
ter of fact at the value are al only onl ten tencents tncentl tenCeCts
cents per dozen doln higher than last year yearwhereas yearwhereas ear earwhtreB
whereas whtreB on other description delrlpllon outside outsideof
of Alaska Aluk the difference dllerence between betwen this thisyear thlear thisyear
year ear sod last Is I considerably cnlderably greater greaterIt
It is I Intimated InUmatd that tht the association alocatO per perIt will willadvance wi willadvance
advance advanC the price on all stock unsold unsoldwltliln unoldwihin unsoldwithin
within wihin a few proe days but whether whetbe this thist thlI
t Is merely an Inducement for buyers bu to togvt toIt toget
get It m 1f early erly or o not remains rmln to be beseen b besen
seen If I It does do this will wi be b practi practically prll prllcal prsctically ¬
prices pricesand prheland prltesand
cally cal a guarantee uarante against tr8nlt cutting cutn
and will 1 insure inlurlhe the buyer a reasonable reasonableprofit reunble reunbleIroft reasonableprofit
additional cost costof cOltof costof
profit Iroft What effect etret the addlto1
of red Alaska salmon will wi have upon uponthe upn upnthe uponthe
the consumption lonlmplon Imon is I something entirely entirelyproblematical entrel entrelrobl entirelyproblematIcal
problematical robl matlal The P middle and poorer poorerclasses prer poorerclasses
classes 11 are the trceat consumers corlmtr of ofc ofnnr ofeanifed
c eanifed nn > d salmon and Ad rIat to them each addi additional adl adlIlon1 additional ¬
nnr
tional charge chare Is a burden and result resultIn resUltSin ut
In a decreased ereaed use UI of th the article articleORKMAN8 articleJJIItMtN rtc rtcom
ORKMAN8 om rsS llAvTfi 1 llAVi IC TKOUIUJt TIOUnMC
Wnlilowon W llo o Appointnieiit I Itlt Ouonnlnn Ouonnlnnttir OU0loll OU0lollIlr uonslrnifbi
fbi Ilr un 111 Ofliolnl OOolRI Conflict ConflictNew ConflictNew IIUOI IIUOINew
New York Aug Au 2tA 21A A dispatch to the theHerald tb tbJerald theherald
Herald Jerald from Berlin Uerln says saysFor la laFor saysFor
For the last IBt day dOlor or two rumors rmol have havbeen ba havebeen
been ben current currnt In the press of a conflict conflictbetween cnnlet cnnletbtwen conflictbetween
between btwen Count ount Von Huelow and the thekaiser tbeulr thekaiser
kaiser ulr and the military mltry party regardlmr regardlmrChina rigs rIJ rdlng rdlngChina
China ChinaUr ChinaPro ChinaDr
Ur Theo Barth a wellknown welknown memo member memobr momher ¬
Barth
her br of tbe rclchstag relhtt Is II known to be b In Inthe InUt inthe
the Ut confidence oOfttlce of the foreign torln secretary secretarypublishes Ieretal secretarypubhehes
publishes an article artcle in Die Nation Naton In Inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which he declares dedart that Count Von Bue Suelow Buelow Buelow
low could not regard ard the appointment appointmentof
of Count cold Von Waldersee Wldee a as a purely purelymilitary purelyniiar purelymilitary
military niiar question He le had probably prbbl giv given jlv jlven given ¬
en bis bl consent crent to It but Its Ia premature prematureannouncement prematur prematureannouncement
announcement to the thP press pre before bCore he hehad h hhd hehad
had finished negotiations nelotlatonl with foreign foreigncabinets 10rell foreigncabinets
cabinets Iblnlt ABS U sprung rUlg ui upon > nn him by the themilitary thenUtary themilitary
military fait nUtary accompli accompliDr party prty anxious to bring brt about abut abutfait a afait afait
Dr Barth Rath declare dprlanj the treatment of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Waldersep 8Ider nunitlon Uton IMUSCB 11 anxiety anxietyas
as It I looks MS N if military rlllnry influences Inluencu were wereat wereat WCFSat
at work on the foreIgn torftlll office officeTEW ofce ofceTEI ulticeTEW
TEW MILLION MILLIONDOLLAR DOLLAR LOSS LOSSDtmsgi LOSSDsmsge i iDama
Dtmsgi Dama by the Uret treat Forest ro Fires fr In Colorado Coloradoand Ca Caand
and Wyoming Wyomingit WYOtn WYOtnI
C it I Vutitiniiii ta 1111111 utluild r I i Liitui 11111 tc tgcIif tgcIifieiirs 111 111tlnllt i t tDlnkm
Dlnkm tlnllt the I Ihllllll lIitiiats tlmiit Vonl Vonline 01 oiii oiiiiii ¬
ine 111 iii Ilrc IlrcDenver Ch liecked lieckedDenver ked kedDvr
Denver Dvr Colo Aug Al U J flC C n Want Wantland Wat Watlandl Wantland
land landl general nrl land agent of the Union UnionPacific Unionrclla UnionPacific
Pacific rclla railroad estimates Umte the damage damagepresent dme dme1Hnt damageprseat
present 1Hnt and prospective prOptlve caused caue by the theforest thetomt theforest
forest tomt Ares now burning In Colorado Coloradoand Colorao ColoraoInd
and Wyoming romln at 10000000 100000 The Th loss 10 of oftimberburned ottimbr oftimberburned
timberburned timbr bured according ccorl to Mr r Want Wantland Wantlad Wantland
land lad U 1 only a comparatively compratvely small mnlem mnlemIn Item ItemIn
In the total amount of damage damageIn dm dmII
In II many 11 places Ilacea he said the fires ftr
are a spreading ndln over almost Imo bare b coun country country country ¬
try land where there is nothing nothln but butyoung butyoUnKlwth butyounggrowth
young yoUnKlwth younggrowth growth which might mlht have made madethe mdthe madethe
the forest fOt of ten and nd twenty years yearshence y yearshence
= hence If It I had not nt been bn for these th fires dreeLands ftr fireshAnds
Lands which wb could have been beensold bn bnlld beenM1or
sold lld M1or < < lor home home because bfcaul of the pleasant pleasantMrfjHtndlngs pleDtrnI plesuntrundIngs
MrfjHtndlngs will now for lo years y not notbe notbe
be b rnI worth wh much The vicinity viiiy of Ohm Ohmwood G Gwo Olinwood n
wood wo Springs Irlt and such llh places lC where wherethe 1re 1rethe wirirethe
the tourist resort will wi be affected afect un unquestionably u tinquestionably ¬
questionably In a commercial commecil way W be because b because
cause caUI the scenery Inery will 1 be b Impaired ImpairedIn Impalr
In Middle Park the fires lre are burning burning1so
so fiercely ler that ranchmen are r beginning beginningto b < lnnlnl lnnlnlto
to fear that their homes will wi be b swept sweptaway swrtaway well
away n and nd their properties propr tN ruined ruinedA rlnld rlnldA
A dispatch dlptch from Saratoga Wyo eays eaysthe ezysthe 8 8the
the fires frln In the Sierra Madre range rn have havebeen havebn havebeen
been bn checked cheked by rain rainSoil rainI1 rainJztrniers
I1 Jztrniers rlcrM Soil Hol hit Butter Ihllor
New York Yok Aug Au 21 21A A special PII to the thePress thePrlrm thePress
Press Prlrm from Hlngfmmton Bnhfmton N N T saye sayeThe uyeThe ye yeThe
The Five Jv State IIte Milk lk Producers Prucr Prucroltlon ss sssoclatlon aslocution
locution oltlon held a meeting nleeln at Walton aUon and andafter andatlr antiafter
after atlr It announced annunce that thi the wholesale wholesalebutter wholualebuter wholesalebutter
butter buter dialers d elnl a Icr of New Nt York will wU join the thefarmers tbeI thetanners
farmers tarer of the thl State and withdraw withdrawfrom wihraw wihrawom withdrawfrom
I from om the milk mik exchange This was made madeneeewary madeI madenecessary
I neeewary nlCtlar it I was WI explained eplained by b the ac action acton action ¬
tion of the th farmers larmer which whllb has h raised raisedthe raisedthe
ton o ral
the price prle of milk mik and consequently ronluenUy the theprice theprice theprice
price of butter bltpr The fanner are re pre prepared pJ piepared ¬
pared pr to furnish tlmlh It I lrm from their recently recentlyestablished reCntly reCntlyetbllhtd recentlyestablished
established etbllhtd creameries at a lower price pricethan pri pricethan
than Ih1 the milk mik exchange This will 1 lower lowerthe lowertbe lowerthe
the retail retai urlce of butter buter to the con consumers c consumer ¬
sumers ule in New York Yorkit It is I expected expectedAnnroIiUt uIte uItennrohl expectedAuinroluit
AnnroIiUt nnrohl t In II Arcmitlnn ArcmitlnnNew lrJIIllnn lrJIIllnnew lrgnntiinNew
New ew York York Aug 21 1A A dispatch to the theHerald theHerald theHerald
Herald from Buenos AYr Ayres Ay res says saysThe A At saysThe
The t police pol of La Plata have arrested arresteda rte
a man known as Carlo Car Kavesser In Inwhose Inboe inwhose
whose possession poelton was 1 found numerous numerousbombs numeu numerousbombs
bombs bomb Ravesser Rvtlr is I known lown to the polio polioas pllo policeas
as an a anarchist anarchistIflO narhlt
IflO 110 OUOP unoI INTO THIS 9IU 9IUUntil gietIlatli m math
Until ath House 10110 hi liuSpalit Spnln SII II OlvoH AVny AVnyThrilling WnrThrUln WnyThrilling
Thrilling ThrillingCarthsgena ThrUln fC tCeonpe tCeonpeCarthagena oall oallCartharena I
Carthsgena Spain Aug Au 21 21Whle 21While While a adance adnce adance
dance was In progress In a floating bath bathhouse bth bthhol bathhouse I
house hol her hfr here yesterday the flooring ftorl gave gaveway pey gaveway
way y and ISO 1 persons pern mostly moty children childrenwere chlldrfll childrenWere
were precipitated prpitated Into the sea Many Manyof nr nro
of o them Were ere Injured Injurcd and bruised brit but butno butO
no O one ole was WI drowned It I Is I believed blve to
oe D Inc In worn orK or a miscreant as a the thescrew thecrwl thescrews
screw crwl of the ti flooring oorlnl were er found mis missing missing ¬
sing singDREDGING singDR1DUING IarnUEDGNG J
DREDGING nUEDGNG JOHDAN RIVEK RIVEKor IUYEHletn1 1tIVE13JetIn
letn1 3JetIn or Council Collrl CouidllColllnhIttee Committee Commite and andPresidents alI alIllfdetti andlru
Presidents llfdetti lru Idetits of otCanaI Canal Companies CompaniesA COllwlle COllwlleA
A meeting INID of the Council committee committeeon cmmUe
on Irlgatloa Iraton and representative reprenttv of o o th thBast the tbeJ theEast
East J North Nort and ad South Jordan Canal Canalcompanies Cnal Cnalell Cinalcoinpiales
companies ell and Ud the Utah A Salt Bl Lake LakeCanal lke lkeCMal LakeCanal
Canal company Clpn called caled for the purpose purposeof Ptre
of discussing dlluIIC the matter of dredging dredgingthe dlrn
the te Jordan Jor rl 11 ncr er from the Utah lake le to tothe t tothe
I the tie old dam dm In accordance Crdale with WllhluUon a a reso resolution risclution ¬
lution adopted aoPted at last Tuesday tu even evenIngs svenlags t
lags 11 Council Clcl meeting was U held In InMayor inMayor
Mayor 1 r1cmponlodce Thompsons ottioc today t0ay todaypresent Thcxa Thcxapresent o
present were Mayor Thompson Tborpl Ooun Ooundlmen cnuancHinch un unclmen
cHinch clmen Cornell eot ul Hewlett and ad Davis DavisMaura Dvit DavisMeurs
Maura Rawlins Halgb Brown
a wln HWth Brwn Angu AnguM All
M Cannon Cunol William Willa MrLachlan Mclcblu Kn Knglneer n nrlDer nginser
glneer rlDer Kelsey Krl and Land ld and Ld Water wter WtteromieiseIuzjcr
Cmmi omieiseIuzjcr li > ucr W Wuterfeld Westerfieid terfleld Mr r Haw HawUna Rw RwI Jtwlies
lies I was elected IItdo chairman Mr r Kel Keleey Kelftrplale Xelsey
eey explained ftrplale the object oJlt of dredging dra the
Jordan Jo and nd said it was for the purpose purpoeeof t
of drawing off o the water of the rp Utah
lake le to the level of on OM Rn4 111 a half U feet fet t
below b the low water watr m 1 nuork rk I k Ho 1 far farthis Ilrthlt farthis
this season an all al the canal rllal companies companieshav mpanlehv
have hv used d a depth of otic foot fot nine nin
Inches lne of o th the surface urue of the ttah Uta lake lakeand lale lakeand
and d If I the work is I Gout 3 nr water can t tlowered b hi >
lowered lo two and ad a half feet below belw the thepresent therNlnt thepresent
present rNlnt level 111 It I w was as further explained explainedthat elle
that the th city had nP filed lle < 1 on 01 this thl right and andwas ad andwas
was 1 going lnl ahead had with wih the thl work rllt What Whatthe Wt Wtthe Whatthe
the city clt wanted watcd the c anal nal c cmpDI mpanle to
do we w was to Join in with It by paying l
part p of the thc cost cIltmltd coetestimatd estimated to t I be b P about
INeOOO flS000411d Gd and receive tve the many man benefits benefitsthat benefitsthat at entl entltbat
that would result therefrom thfrtrom The Themeeting Tl Themeeting
meeting mtlJJ adjourned adjourne to meet Ih t again aln at t a
future tutur dale 4at In the th meantime Ineaatm the thepresidents th thIrldent thepresidents
presidents of the different canal
Irldent dllerent cn com companle e cornpatties
patties panle agreed a to present the tJe matter to
Jlnt rtpr
the stockholder atoakblde and an ascertain urtan their theirwishes tbe thrwishes
wishes wlahe regarding Nradla the tt matter mter
TELEGRAPH FROM FROMTIEN FROMlIENISIN
TIEN lIENISIN TSIN CUT CUTChinese CUEChinese
Chinese Trying to Cut Off Of AlliesLi AlesLi Hung HungChangs 11ungChangs hungCliangs
Changs Proposal Rejected RejectedNo No Peace PeaceWhile PeaceWhie PeaceWhile
While Whie Chinese Fight
fthsoghal lbqb Avff AM U I II SiI J p m mThe The for forelgn lorolcl foreign
elgn olflclals olcl i hit ar learn I that the telo telograph telf telfr tel telgraph
graph r l from frm Tim Tiln Tln Tim has ba been cut cutThe cut cutThe
The position of the Allies 1 Is I uncertain uncertainand
T pUOI te uncrtan uncrtanand
and a large I body I of o Chinese Oea troops trp has hastaken b btken hastaken
taken tken the Held HeldTRTIKO hd hdTRYIG fieldTRYING
TRYING TRYIG TO CUT CU OTF 0 ALLIES AM1E8Tien ALLIE8Tlen ALLIESlieu
lieu Tsln Thursday Tbury Aug Au itAbout itAboutfive leAboutf
five f thousand tbouad Chinese ChiD troop trp which are arereported arereported rl rlreprted
reported reprted to have been blD at flungIJu flungIJuChlng lunJuChlnl Lrng44uChing
Chlng left lef today toy for Id I Tsang T and andtwo andtwo andtwo
two thosuand tOuad more Chinese Chin troops trPI hav havgone bvlne have havegone
gone lne towards Tutu Tq Chow ChowNO ChowNO ChowNO
NO CESSATION CI8ATJON OK HOSTILITIES HOSTILITIESWashington JOrLIIEs J1OTILTIESWashington
Washington WahI on Aug Al II 11Tb Th cabinet cbinet to today tota today
day ta decided decide to reject t the latest t appeal appealfrom apJal apJalCrom appealfrom
from LI Hung Hun Chang Chanllor for a cessation ce thn uf ufhostilities othOtllt ofhotilitlej
hostilities hOtllt The reply will wi be b communi communicated cmmuni cmmunicate coinmunicaled ¬
cated cate at once to the Chinese Chlu govern governmint Jvemmnt governmont
mint with Ith a statement ttement of the reasons reasonsfor r raaoasfor I
for the action of this government governmentThe Iovemmnt IovemmntThe
The rejection reUol Is based bed on the non noncompliance noncomplanc noncompliance
compliance complanc of the tb Chinese Cblne government governmentwith Ivenrent Ivenrentwlb
with wlb the tb specific plfe provisions prvllon of the dec declaration de deelaration ¬
laration laton of the United Unit States under date dateof dt datof
of August AUlut 11 11FHAXCB 1 12FItAXCE
FHAXCB JIINCI THE 111 SAME SAMEParis SAMEP SAMEParis
Paris P Aug A t II IIThe 11The The French foreign foreignoffice fOllr foreignoftice
office has b received rved from frm LI 1unl Hung Ihanl hang hanga
a request lunt similar Ilmllr to the one add addree addressed addressedto reused reusedto
to the United Unite States ltt government Ivprnment asking askingfor ukln uklnlor
for the appointment appintment of M Plrhon the theFrench theFrncb theFrench
French minister mlnllte at t Pekin or another anotherperson anotherpnon anotherperson
person pnon to represent France at the peace peacenegotiations pae paenotlton peacenegotiations
negotiations notlton It Is I said Id all al the tb powers powershave powenrhave powershave
have received reived a like Ik message messageLI mlae mlaeLI
LI MAY AY 00 NOW NOWWashington NOWWhqoa NOWWashington
Washington Whqoa Aug A 21The state de department deIIrtment doPartment
partment today to received reeived en tn appeal from fromthe tromthe fromthe
the viceroys of Nanking and ad Hunan Hunanasking HUlan HUlanakln Humanasking
asking akln that no personal ponal indignities IndlnlUI be beshown b beshown
shown the emperor eprr and empress empl dow dowager do doer dowager ¬
ager er and renewing assurances urancel of friend friendship friendahlp friendship
ship and ad maintaining mlntlnlng quiet In China if ifthis Ifthll ifthis
this Is I observed obrve This communication communicationfrom communiction communictionlrom
from the viceroys vicery came caml through throUh Minis Minister Mimitr Ministsr
ter Wu and ad was delivered delvtr by b him to toMr taMr toMr
Mr Adee this morning It Is I understood understoodthat undenlod undenlodthat
that the powers pow have already lreAd consid considered cniid cniidere conildered ¬
ered ere this question queton and Ind there appear appearto apPIIto
to be no dlpIUl disposition to give Ive the emperor emperorand emprr emprrnd emperorand
and nd empress dowager dowe affront affrontEarl aftrontEarl ffront
Earl Ear LI L Hung UD Chang CInr has h signified llle his hisIntention hi hiInteUon hisintention
Intention of leaving lealhRha Shanghai for Pekln Peklnas Pt In InI
as I soon In as a ashe he receive vel the reply replyof of the
powers pw to his hI request rut of yesterday for forpace forPeace or orpeace
peace peaceBWPRBiS pace PeaceEMPRESS
pacePRJ EMPRESS PRJ A LONG toNG WAYS W A T OFF OFFLondon OFF1n OFFLondon
London 1n Aug u 11 IID 11Divers Divers paragraphs paragraphsae
ae t tl the th movements movUt of the parfp Chinese ChineseIrfiperlal ehlne Chineseimperial I
imperial hfJr family tl famliycogtinue omftlnue Ollue to be b received receivedat reived reivedat
at the te treaty trty ports and ad are thence thencefaithfully tbenle tbenlefathfly thencefathfuliy
p
faithfully fathfly transmitted trtmft to European Eupn cap capHals cp capitals
I
Hals 11 Those Tbo representing the tb court courthaing as asbavins ashaving
having haing left Pekln are at of exclusive exellllve Chi Chinese Chinel hi hiness ¬
ness nel origin According to them tbm their theirrasjesttes tplrmajUe theirmajesties
majesties are well ell on their way wa to Bian BianFu SianFu lan lanF
Fu F about abut TOO 70 miles Inland Fighting Fightingwas Frhln Frhlnw
was w going Rln on at Pekln Saturday Saturdayaccording Sturday Sturdayacorlng Saturdayacoording
according acorlng to one report r rort but according accordingto
to a dispatch received rehpd by the admiralty admiraltyfrom
from Rear Rer Admiral Uruce the allies ale en
tered the sacred Mr city cl of PA Pfln Pein In Friday FridayIf FridaI
If I the Chinese government Is at Stan StanFu StanPu lan lanJu
Fu Ju there Is t no means of getting pt Ung at atthem atthem atthem
them according to military mitary men with without wih wihout without ¬
out a prolonged Jrlolle4 campaign and with an
WHEN WILL THE THEPIPES THEPIPES THEPIPES
PIPES BE HERE HEREWhen
When Wlln will wll water be turned turpd Into the thenew thenew thenew
new reservoir rerolr at the head of FIt FimSouth FItSuth FirstSouth
South Suth street trt and thus supply wants wantsthat want wantSthat
that are ar now mon n urgent urgentA urent urentmfbr
A member mfbr of tbe board br of public publicworks publl pubiliworks
works says In a few days At th the of office C office ¬
fice te of the superintendent uprntendent of water waterwork waterwork waterworks
work work the opinion prevails preval that tha It I will willbe wl wlt willbe
be at t least two weeks wk The city clU en engineer engineer n nnr ¬
gineer nr says YI It wiU be b In two or three threeday U threedays
day d after ater the tI pipe pip get here he Asked Askedas Ale
as to t when the U pip pip would arrive rrlv6 Mr MrKelsey MrICelsey r rI
Kelsey ellty replied rplied tersely I do not know knowWhen knowWhn knowWhen
When Whn should It Have hve been bn here be bewas h hwa hewas
was further asked e A long 10D time ago agowas alowa agowas
was wa the next net trite reply ply
U I will wi be b readily 11 seen that tht all 1 this thisInformation thlInflrlaUon thIsinformation
Information InflrlaUon was conspicuously indefi Indel ¬
flute wherefore the cIPcuoualy New eWs man inal en endeavored tn clideavored ¬ i
deavored dvor to locate loate Mr Moran Morn the pipe pipecontractor pip pipecontractor I
contractor cttrtor That t gentleman rnUemaD however howeverwas hUter hUterW
was W not no In But Blt his Al bookkeeper bkkeptr threw threwsome tbrew1m threwsome
some 1m light IrM on 01 the subject by saying In Inhe
City CityBut The he pip pip hi four lor day d out of Kansas KansaaCity Ka KansasCity
But when wbn will It be b actor herefI
I cant say It should I think thinkreach think thinkreach
reach reah Salt Sat Lake lke in i a couple CUIP of days d It Itis ItII Itis
is coming from f Bcsemer mer Alabama Alaama and andwas anda nd nda
was a shipped IpM vn h the tb tstb th The e lost losthlpment lutJhlpment lastshipment
shipment Jhlpment from t there t was w thirtythree thirtythreeday thlrtrthre thlrtrthreda
day da enroute enrovt but this tht should gtt d here heresooner her herssooner
sooner Iloner Six Ix days c1 from trm Kansas Knll City Cityought Cityouht CItyought
ought to H see ee It through throughAnd thiqughAndsoitgoes lh lhAnd
And Andsoitgoes so 1 It goes 1 It I Itsecmstobeacass Itsecmstobeacassof seem 1ml to be b a case caseof cu
of pay par r your ror money ae and tak > your yourchoice yourchol yourchoice
choice chol Meantime XeaoUI there tber is I much actual actualsuffering aclul aclululrerth actualsuliering
suffering ulrerth and not little complaint lnt
Do a Ittlt cmJI on onaccount 0 0account onaccount
account of the tb delay Iltlseim l 1IIII are tr rt ask asking ukInl askbig ¬
big Inl how much muo longer they theYlu must > t endure endurThe Intu IntuThe endureThe
The fact that UM U contractor Otrtr will wi be In 1
default to the t eXtent t of IK 26 a d day y after
Sept SPt 1st does d sot ot mitigate the Ituatlu tHuUtI situatiumaterially Ituatlumaterially
R Ittte t
materially materiallyWhen J materiallyWhen teriaU y yWhn
When the work wok I II completed lmpltpd the theerolr ret retervolr rotervoir
ervolr erolr can soon 11 be filled ftJ Thro need
be no n fear fe safe l Bogiaeer b e Kelsty u hlay today > ne day
that tht any part IIA of the te city cl will I b bl > lft lftto hftto r
to suffer lure when whft tho th filling aUln proc prR < n is go goIng 10In gomg
Ing In mg on a as even ev ve now J with tlu tl water
lower than th It hag h been DD for years elr there thCr thCrII
I II a surplus lurlu that tht cannot lot be b put to tl u UN UNTb useThe e eThe
The Tb filling fln will wi be done during th these < e
hour hour and ad from fl this 01 surplusUTiciIA11 surplus surplusA urplu urpluA
A SAUTfiUTH SAUTfiUTHA SAD JHtAlJ I IA
A Bride Ih1te of Soveti Somuhl oven Months in inHiought I Ha Hastily HastilyIirotlht tlJ
Hiought Iroulbt to the ti 1k Grave GraveMr aM e I
Mr M Louie J II Stevenson tnl nee neequlet J lical licalquiet
quiet quI died at her e home hoe In Forest PUTHt l ltht D Dthl ldI ldIthis
tht thl this morning momln shortly lortl after ate inUnliht inUnlihtHer 1110111 1110111He tulloighH
Her He H t dsmis demll is one ofe of th the saddv adI rui h11 tvt5of h11ot ts tsof
of th the year er Lat Lt January Januy WIIMH 1 V VSuveneon VStevenson i i8tvet
Stevenson 8tvet son of o the th late lte rJwtrv rJwtrvStevenson JJIlrl EdwerdStevenson
Stevenson teneD led the dressed dplol forth h fmin fr I in
the th nuptial nupta altar atr a bltwhiag brM hon I
bttt
In I the UtI flush fu of o health Hlb bhwbnl A few fe months mont I
later latt she began blan couching c the te seeds of
army as large lar p as a Lord Lor Roberts lbert to tocure tt
cure the ba 1 < f communications elmUnlcatonl
Advlcio 11 iron i Jin the provincial prvincal capitals capitalsshow capial capitalsshow
show that ih I h attitude IttUe of the southern southernmandarin loutbern loutbernmandarin southernmandsrin
mandarin him hll been friendly trlen ly since It ne th thivllle the theallies
ivllle 11 reaihH itkin lekil Some l0me of the mag ma ¬
istrates Iitrt hac hl hvn flSsfl Inllprlamma InllprlammaIon Issuing proi prolamm lamma lammatlon
tlon Ion commanJlng Cmlandlll tlw thehinese Chinese ehln1 t to > attend utlnl
to business bUlnll Biil RI1 to avoid scuitlnn ftll and andacknowledge I1ndIcknowledr andaeknowiedg
acknowledge tint Ih1 th the Invasion InVAllol uf tb the
foreigners forelrer in II j jPLEA JuIted JuItedIJLEA jusifIed jusifIedPLEA
PLEA FOR Iol THE THI EMPRESS KMPRE8SWashington JMPUESS JMPUESSWblntr EMPRESSWashington
Washington tOi Aug ItThe 1e applica awle ¬
tion of the rhincse Chin viceroys vcroT la II in erica ericaa nect necta
a request reut that the Chinese Cblae sovereign sovereignshall socrcignsshall
loudlnl
shall hal not be made Ild prisoners prfllen of war
It Is said that the Ih
ad thl power pw are ar author ¬
lied under the rules rul 1 and Jrvl provisions lon of
International Intematonl law to If occed acce to this re request r rqat request ¬
quest or not ns 1 thT I dcotn d best bt The Thetequeit Th Thequet TheTequest
tequeit equet Is not ole t Iie > e of rtl rfffct but Its Itsgranting U UIrantn itsgranting
granting Irantn In II lti llflient nlcnt entirely upon uponwhat
upn upnwhat
what hat the po OItK iveru ors may consider cdu be beat t for fortheir tortheir fortheir
their own lninni lninniWILL IntlnIIK IntlnIIKWILL
WILL CATCH HER Hm IF II I POSSIBLE POSSIBLEIt llILE llILEJ OSSIRLEIt
It J Is I an established Itnbllhed principle of Inter International Interlatonal International ¬
national latonal law hi that Ihlt member meml prllpl of the theenemys theeey theenemys
enemys eey royal family famiy hi his chief olet mini miniter mlnlt ministots
tots t of state and his chief che diplomatic diplomaticagents dplomUo dplomUontl diplomaticagents
agents ntl are Dabble labble to capture tvr een eentbouh even eventhough v n nthough
though they may mi not be b actually en engaged fne engaged ¬
gaged e In hostile hostl operation op ratonl Their Tlr posi position pallton position ¬
tion ton makes man them thlm 10 o important to th thenemy the tbeenemy theenemy
enemy In the conduct ImPt of Ms h war that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they cannot be b treated Iate a as ordinary non noncombatant nOhcmbattl noncombatants
combatant combatantIn cmbattl oin
In the present prlllnt cane le there tl Is I well wellgrounded wel wellgrounded
grounded lunde belief beler that the te sovereigns sovereignsespecially Ivrel sovereignsespecially
especially tpealy the empress rpr u dowager dowaer have havebeen Jlve Jlvebn havebeen
been bn Instrumental Initrumnlli in directing dlrtn hostile hostilemovement hOtUe hOtUemovemenl hostilemovements
movement and ant Minister Conger Carl ad advice adicea d dIe ¬
vice Ie icea have stated It ate that th the h imperial imperialforce ipral ipraltore imperialforce
force tore were besieging bMlellng the legations legationsFURNIBHIMO 1UOD legationsFURNISHING
FURNISHING MORB TROOPS TROOPSThe TROPS TROOPThe
The Te war department baa b no 10 informs Information Intor informstion ¬
tion ton concerning the th report rlpr that addi additional adl adltonal additionti ¬
tional tonal troops for flr the th < allied ale armies rln rlnurentr are areurgently areurgently
urgently urentr needed D dl If I this was the case caaenothing cu casenothing
nothing nothln more could be done dOD by this thisgovernment thlovemment thisgovernment
government at present prl8pnl The troops troopsnow trPI trPInow troopsnow
now under uner orders for the tb Far East Eastwill Etwi Eastwill
will wi continue cntnue to go forward forAr and when whenthey whenthey hen henthey
they reach ch Nagasaki Naukl It I Will 1 be deter determined dete determined ¬
mined mine whether they will wil go K to China Cina or orto orto orto
to Manila Mul the Philippine Phlllpin being bln the theoriginal therlrnal theoriginal
original rlrnal destination dellnaUon of some Ime of 0 of the tbetroop tb tbtro thetroons
troop tro under untpr orders orde There are now nowIn nowIn nowin
In China the thl Ninth Infantry eight eightcompanies elhtcompanl eightcompanies
companies of the Fourteenth Fourtenth infantry infantrybattery Infntr infantrybattery
battery atte F I of the Fifth FI fth artillery artUer eight eighttroops ellbttrp eighttroops
troops trp of the Sixth Slth cavalry culr and four fourcompanies fourompnl fourmpaniee
companies ompnl of the Fifteenth Flt tb L Infantry Inlant1
me lauer later navmg recently rfce I I amvwi amvwiThere amvl amveoThere
There are at sea destined for China Chinafour Chin Chinafour
four batteries bterb of the Third Tlird artillery artillerycompany artler artlerOpny artillerycompany
company Opny E of the engineer tne four fourtroop fO 1oIrirpops r rtl
troop tl of the Third Thr cavalry cval eight eighttroop ett ettI eighttroop
troop fr of the First cavalry cavalr and nd eight eighttroops el ht httroops t tlrp
troops lrp of the tb Ninth cavalry Ianll Beside Besidethere Bl Besi Besihere
there Iber sailed tle on o the th Sherman Sherma today tody four fourcompanies lourI toMrcpmpaiIss
companies cpmpal each eh of the Second lend Fifth Fifthand 1th 1thInd Fifthand
and Ind Eighth B hth Infantry Infatry
Some of the te troops trl at sea ea should shouldreach shouldreach houldreab
reach reab Taku within lbln a week ek or ten days daysThe dr daysThe
The be latest arrivals rrlval were four companies companiesof compll
of the Fifteenth FlfteJtb infantry InfatrYJ who arrived arrivedwith arrlYe arrivedwith
with General Generl Barry Brt When Wen General GeneralBarry Gnerl GnerlBar GeneralHarry
Barry Bar reported reprted from frm Taku TAu he an aniiounced a antouneed
iiounced that he would at once go to tothe tothe tothe
runc a 1
the front trnt and nd It was w expected e ted that the thedetachment thedetabent thedetachment
detachment detabent of the Fifteenth Flttenth Infantry Infantrywould Infantrywout Infantrywould
would wout accompany him toward Pekln PeklnU
It I I Is aoompny believed blieved that this thl force for will wi be beable b beable
able to restore the telegraph line Ine which whichseems whichem whichseems
seems em to have ta e been ben Interupted
consumption compUon having been bn town Iwn and ad the thewasted Ihewted shewasted
wasted like flower under with withering withtiring
away a lke a ower Inder a Wlh Wlhornl ¬
tiring ornl blight blightShe blth blightShe I
She Ih was WI a native of Provo and nd wa tl tlyear I 2 2years
year e of age Her husband hubd was em employed emIlloyf employed ¬
ployed Illoyf at the News a aa collector colector and andsolicitor and1Ilitor andsolicitor
solicitor 1Ilitor but he rellnqulalMd Unqule his hi posh poshtloa portion ¬
tion her tOI Illness IllnessThe illnessThe to be b entirely entrely with his h wife during duringher duringher llrllg llrllgber J
1nel 1nelTh
The Th hour and place plale of her bt funeral tuna are areyet areyet
yet undetermined vDdtermine beyond byond the fact tc that tivatth tMtU thatthe
th 1 U the burial b will wi take place plc on Friday FridaySMITH Frd FrdSmH FridayiiT1i
SMITH iiT1i MAY IA y KUX KUXMay nuxMny IWNMay
May I b be R I Cnraikat Candlatf Canttidalefbr for fr Congress COI re if ifSecretary IfSertr ifSecretary
Secretary Sertr JlsmmortU nnnltl U Sot SotI NotIt VolIt
It I was 1 stated tte today toy that George Om OmIIb A ASmith ASmith
Smith IIb receiver rivr of o the United Unted States Statesland Stttl Statesland
land office ol in Utah Ut would woud become bl blCndldate a acandidate acandidate
candidate Cndldate for Congress C Mr r Smith Smithwhen ImUh ImUhwen fimithwhen
when wen seen n by a News reporter said saidthat saidthat ae
that tl he had been bn urged to make m ke th thrao the therC therae
rae rC and nd might do so 1 though thub he h had ha not noty notyet
y yet t made up hi his mind There was on oncontingency on onoltnencr one onecontingency
contingency oltnencr however boweve that would cause raushim caU causehim
him hll to decline decln he h said Id ant that th < t was 11 It IfSecretary Itlt itSecretary
Secretary lt t Jam Jme James t T Hamm Hfmrlnd Hammond nd should tihoulddecide Ihoul4 Ihoul4dee shoulddecide
decide dee to make mk another lnther trial for f r the theplace theplc thepise
place placeDeputy plc
plcDputy Deputy Dputy County Clerk Albert Albr J 1 Sear Seareis 8ar Searis
is I being bln urged ured by his hi numerous friend friendto trlpnd friendsto
to make mk the run f ff r county OUlt clerk on onthe Of onthe
the Democratic Dmoratk tloket tr t Mr Scare 8lr ha hanot b has hasnot
not yet fully tl decided dttdp1 hether he will 1 al allow atlow IIlow
tion low hi ht his name ne to go before b lor the conven convention convenUon convention ¬
CUHK CUK IS APPOINTED 1sAEIOINIEDutis APPOINTEDYwmg APl lRD lRDf1
Ywmg f1 utis Silt St Luke Llk LUkeltIatrurtol limtrwtor lulrrtl Undo UndoTwnjiowiry MaderenlJocsry llo lloTrr
Twnjiowiry Trr Head of Brandt Br Normal NormalProf ZolmI ZolmIPol NOlliIIProf
Prof Pol J Reuben Reubn tlsrk Clek of I this thl city ct has hasbeen halbn hasbeen
been bn appointed applntt n 1 K I principal IIMclpal of the theState the8tte theState
State 8tte bran brnd branh h n mu mI s < heel bOI at Cedar CedarCity CedarCity edarCUy
City th nil t iv nt having bavlnl been beenmade bn bnmade beenmade
made Mla to Ia v r > lark I is a graduate graduateof rdlat
of the th Stat ta irmrrit 11 > of 1W8 118 since sincewhich sincewhich Ineelat
which lat Unit tl h > > hup h niKdxed lII < Id In teaching teachingprincipal taehln taehlnJrlnclpal teachingprincipally
principal Jrlnclpal u t 01 i Suit tl Lake Ll Dusliipx DusliipxCollege DullIllt DullIlltColle flusiiiescCollege
College Colle < H I lIi i i > O taught laIlt at Hebrr Hebrrwhere J lleberwhere br brher
where her hii hi work > ik 11 n i highly hia appreciated appreciatedThe pprellate1
The temi tCmlrr tenuorory > rui > vutumv unr In the tb princl princlps4shlp prnc princisiship
ps4shlp lahl 5f f tin lIl i brumh normal was oc occasioned II IIruond o oaaionel ¬
casioned ruond by b Mr fr Milton Miton Btnnlon Bnnion the theprlnclpn theprlncips heIrlncl
prlnclpn vii < > I1 I irking 1111 t to do pot POMgradual p potgraduit l ldUII
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gradual dUII trk fk ut II cMumbla courbla lumbia University Universitynext tnlvtr lty ltynCt
next nCt sear > vnr oI ti 1 I IMS h I nUtaJned taln a leave lell of ofab ltab ofabsen
ab absen en I v fur thtt i 1Lrlt iurpse iurpseMr > urpo e eMr >
Mr > ark will wi leave lee for the tie neeiii 1CII of ofhis ofhi ofhis
his hi m Uitlpi llllf In about bt two weeks w kl His Hissalary 11 11ulaf itt ittsalary
salary ulaf Mill 1 be bl b 11900 n a year yearKILL yer yerWILL yearWILL
WILL KOT JO 8n amI B TOI TIHT TIHTI TONIORT TONIORTIt HT HTIt
It I was announced nloun this afternoon afrnon that thatUnt thatHI thatRutie
Unt HI Rutie Shields thlld the trick bicycle bJcle rider rlJcrH rher rherho
H ho nvle r ° iie t down dowl the ladder I d from frm the top topr hpor
or r the e Salt Ml Palace Pa last Jt night nlbl would not notl nothe notle
l he < e able to t rid tonight tollbt on account of ofInjuries ofIIJurl ofinjuries
Injuries IIJurl received rld last evening nlnr He l lnow II Ii Ii111W
now Il In the hand of a I doctor cotur who whothinks whothinks ho hoIhlnk
thinks he will 11 b t < < able to f perform prform > tbl tb tbfeat be befeat
feat seal on Thursday TII
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