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-i-i i ,1 I THE CITIZEN H W. D. Loveless, PublliUor. H AMERICAN FORK UTAH J THE UTAH BUDGET B Ogdcn nnd Salt Lako will Join B hands nnd co-opornto energetically In Hi the mutter of transcontinental nuto- HJ mobllo routes. HJ Moosu from nil over the fltnto gath HJ crcd at I'ark City Wednesday for an HJ outing In the hills near the mining Hb town as thj guests of tho Park City Hi lodge. m Tim Hanlcy, a rcsldont of I'ark City, HJ attempted outcldo by, cutting his HJ throat with a pocket knife, hut his HJ Injuries are not regarded as danger H ous. Hnnley is believed to bo Insane. J If present plans carry, Ilox Elder HJ county will bo represented at tho Hb coming stntu fair In Salt Lako City HJ In Octolwr by a bigger nnd better HJ eshlblt than over mado by this county HJ befiife, HJ Tag day proved a big success In Og- HJ don on August 10, In tho neighborhood HJ of $1,000 being ralBcd for tho benefit of Hi tho Ogden baseball team. Twenty HJ young women had charge nf tho col- HJ lectlng. HJ A movement has been started to HJ Interest tho cople throughout Weber HJ county In building a retort on (Heat Hi Salt Lake, near Hooper, for tho bene lit HJ of tho residents of tho county nnd ad- HJ Joining territory. Hh Frank llottorlll of Salt I-nko has HJ Just completed a trip In nn automo Hl I) Ho from Denver to Salt tako, dechir HJ lug that ho mado thu trip, a dlstanco Hi ii f G91 mlloi, In thirty-two hours actu- Hb al running tltno. Hi Tho nowost thing In schoolroom, H deskj has been turned down by thu H members of tho Ogden boaru or cdu- H cation, who favor tho old stylo In H spite of nil tho mipposcd good fca- H tures of tho new utyle. H A second attempt to committee sul- H cldc, mado by Tlmotliy Ilnn&y, li H minor forty years old. In tho city M Jail, at I'nrk City, resulted Ih slight H Injuries which aro not expected to H hnvo any Berlous ro-ults. M With a prlco or 11.000 on his head, H tho escaped bandit of tho recent H holdup at Mldvulo Is still nt largo. The H roward of $500 offered b'y tho city of H Mldvalo has been duplicated by Gov H ernor Spry, In behalf of tho atoto. H At a recent mooting of tho county H commission tho tax lovy for Sanpcto H county was set at six mills. Last year H It wns sovon. A special rout." tax ol H flvo mills was levied on all districts H through which tho stato highway H passos. J William H. Ilrldge, nged 34, attempt H ed to drive acroim tho Jordan river Bj,., , . nt Salt Lako and iwns drown, Ills B team also being drowned. Ilrldgo H drovo olf tho ford Into deep water and H was carried down tho stream by tho H current. H Coming to Eureka In responso to H tolegrnnm nut to her homo In Seat H tie, Wash., Mrs. Frank Barnes rccolv H d tho saddest blow that can como to H a mother tho news that her daughter H committed suicide to end a lire of B waywardness. H Francis I'anons Rnlsdon, a brick m mason, 21 yoars of ago, fell to his H death from tho third story of a now M building on which ho was working H In Salt Lako. A window frame braco M cavo way and the young man fell to H tho ground, breaking his neck. H Olllo Hums, 3G years of ngo. a no- M gro wnlter employed nt tho Salt I.nko H Commercial club, was shot In the ah H domen In a quarrel which eems to H havo been between him and two wo- H mun. A woman has been held H on suspicion of having dono tho shoot H Mrs. Lona Negloy, Itlormon refugee H from Colonla Dublan, Is suffering from H nervous prostration at a hospital In H Salt Lake, having been sent thoro from M KI I'aso by Dlshop O. I. Miller, for H treatment. Her two daughters, aged 0 H and 4 years, accompanied her to tho 1 city. H Sovlcr county Is to bo displayed H at Its best at tho big Irrigation con- H gress to bo held In Salt Lako City H during tho latter part of Septumher. H Sho Is to havo n lloat In tho mngnl- H II cent parado nnd this float Is to rop- H resent tho county's resources and In- H dustrles. M Mrs. J. W. N. Whltecotton, wlfo of H ii prominent local attorney nnd Mrs. H a. F. I'alm suffered sovcro cuts and H hrulst'j when tho horso they wcro H driving bocamu frlghtenod at u steam H toiler ut l'roo, and bolting, tipped H over tho buggy, throwing thorn to tho H pavement, H letters received at national lrrl- H gatlon rongress headquarters In Salt H Uiko from Or. H. McQueen Gray, for- H olgn secretary of congress, Indicate H hat tho representation to tho twen- H tleth session of tho congress from for. H -lgii countries Is to bo larger than nt H --nny previous sesilon. H With apparent unconcern Idollus M. H Dye, alias Joo Donovan, selected shoot- H ,lng as a means of execution nftor ho H had been sentonced to death for tho H murder of Joseph Italnbow on the M night of November 20, 1911, at Salt B Lake. H Final negotiations to finance tho H completion of tho Newhouso hotel H structure In Salt Iako now havo vlr- H tually been completed and a few H months' time, It Is declared will wit- H ness tho replacing of the present H skeleton with one of the finest first' H class hostelrlcs In the west. BBJ BANDITS BUTCHER HELPLMIMS OTORIES OF RUTHLE88 ACTS OF BRUTALITY COME FROM WAR 3TRICKEN MEXICO. Garrison Wiped Out and Many Non- Combantantt Killed, While Train la Ambushed and All on Board Brutally Butchered. Mexico City. Two hundred dead were lying In the stroots of Ixtapn Monday night after Uenevovo Do Lao's band of Zapatistas halted on Its march to Toluca, tho capital of tho Htnto of Moxlco, only fifteen miles north. Tho town was garrlsonod by about 100 ruralcs. Fighting occurred .around Tenon clno curlier In tho day nnd COO feder als quartered there defeated tho rebols. Tho latter then concentrated their efforts on tho smaller gnrrlson of rurales at Ixtapa. At the end of tho lighting all tho ruralcs. wero dead and tho total of two hundred Included many of tho townspeople ns well as Zapatistas. Tho ruralcs founght desperately. Thlrty-slx soldiers and moro than twonty passongers wero slaughtered when a passenger train was attacked from ambush north of Ticuman, 110 miles south of Mexico City. According to reportB, the leaders of tho robols mado absolutely no effort to restrain his, mon from nets of bru tality (renter than any that have yet marked tho campaign In tho south. The wounded, pleading for their lives, were struck down without pity nnd oven looting was held In nbeyance until slaughter wns complete. Not satisfied with robbing their vic tims In tho ordinary manner, tho Angers of mon' and women were chopped off with hntches, that rings they wore might bo moro quickly ob tained. Ornaments wero torn from eara of women nnd their bodies wcro otherwlso mutilated. WILL ABIDE BY THE COUNT. Clagttone of Idaho Not In Favor of Third Party Movement. Spokano, Wash.- Iloforo leaving for Dolse, Idaho, to attend tho official canvass of tho voto cast at tho Idaho primary election, l'aul Clagstono, who on tho faco of the roturns was defeat ed by eighteen votes by John M. Haines or 'noise for tho Ropubllcnn nomination for governor, said: t "Wjhlle n great many third party workers have suggested my name as a possible candidate for tho governor ship next fall, I feol that I entered the raco In the Republican primaries ns a stralghtout Iloosovelt man and nearly won. I feel that I must abide by the result nnd under no circum stances will I accept tho nomination for governor on n third party ticket." Limited Plunges Through Bridge. Seattle. -Flvo persons were killed nnd uoveral Injured Monday when tho wostbound Olympian limited of tho Chicago, Milwaukee & I'ugct Sound railroad broko through n bridge half a mile west of Kccchclus, sixty sevon miles east of Seattle. Tho train was u doublo-hoader and tho engineers nnd firemen of both engines wcro killed. Mrs. Simon Jurlch of Seattle was tho only passenger killed nnd railroad officials say none other was Injured. UREY WOODSON ' ivi . wJv. Mr. Woodson, former secretary of the Democratlo national committee, now hold an assistant secretaryship In the Chicago Wilson headquarters, and already Is at work there. Bloodhounds to Trail Miscreant. Bolso, Idaho. Application was made to tho Idaho penitentiary on Monday fur bloodhounds to aid in tho pursuit of d negro who attacked Mrs. Barclay, wlfo of n railroad onglncor nt Huntington, Oro. Will Commute Sentence. Washington. President Taft' has decided to commute to Ufa Imprison ment tho death sentence of Muttlo Lomax, a negro woman convicted of murdering her husband. She Is saldi to have tuberculosis. t V TRIMMING FOR BATH TOWEL HATS HVABVjQr&BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBk ABVBBBBBBBBBBBBBBJy'70BKjBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB ABBBBBBBBBBBBk0BVBKflu9BBBBBBBBBBBA b1bb1biKR-.iibHbb1b1b1bIH BBBBBBaTBBBKvTC 1 ' ' ' wi n"1 BBBBBBBBBB COLONISTS CROSS THE BORDER Americana From Casas Qrandes Dis trict Finally Reach New Mexican 8oll In 8afety. El Paso, Texas. Word was rccclvoo hero Sunday that tho 300 American men who havo been traveling over land for tho last wcok from tho Mor mon colonics In tho Casas Grnndcs district arrived safely at Hachlta, X. M. Tho arrival at the bordor of this group brings out practically all the American settlers In tho Casas Grandes district. Men of Colonla Morelos, south of Douglas, Ariz., how ever, havo decided to remain and It necessary fight for their homes. Tho party arriving at Hatchlta compose residents of tho Juarez, Dub Ian, Garcia and Pacheco colonics, from which settlements all women and nil children woro sent hero a fortnight ago. JOHN80N WILL NOT RESIGN. Progressive Candidate for Vice-President Will Not Give up Position aa Governor. San Francisco. Governor Hlrnm W. Johnson, candldato of tho Progressive party tor tho office of vlca-ffcsldont of the United States, orrlrJtPSuuday direct from Chicago. He stopped at Sacramonto, tho capital or tho stato, only ten minutes, whero he mado nn address to persons assembled at the railroad station to welcomo him. In his talk ho Bald that ho had been draft ed Into tho ranks of tho fighters for the cause which the third party repre sents and that ho was ready to do his duty. He announced that he would not resign as governor of California. Congress May Adjourn Soon. Wnshlngton. Congress Is nbout to termliuto u session tlint has now run over 250 days. Tho session has not been fruitful of much general legis lation, but from tho standpoint of great Issues fought nnd great policies outlined It hns been of mora than usual Interest. Many annual appro priation bills that should havo becomo effective July 1, still aro nt issue be tween tho two houses. Minor legis lation and Important quostlons of gn eral Interest nro being laid aside In un effort to brln'g about adjournment by next Saturday, or at the lateBt by tho end of tho following week. Great Britain Will Protest. London. Arguing that well Inform ed opinion In Canada and Franco nnd even In tho United States Is unublo to reconcllo tho differential treatment of American shipping In tho mnttor of tho Panama canal with tho Hay I'aunccfoto treaty, tho Times dopro cntcs tho employment of strong Ian gungn upon tho subject bocauso It would bo calculated to Impede n quiet nnd friendly discussion of the innttcr with tho United Stntes, which It will bti tho British government's duty to undertake Stabs Husband Through Heart. Portland. Oro.Otto Flechtl Ib dond from a knlfo wound, and Mrs. Ethel Flechtl, Ills wife, Is under arrest on n charge of murdor. According to Mrs. Flochtl, tho couplo speit practically all night In quarrels and reconcilia tions. In thu final quarrel, she said; Flechtl crowded hor to the wall, slap ping and striking her with his fist. Then, sho said, to snvo horself from further punishment, she solzcd a dirk, which was hanging on tho wall, and lungod ut Flechtl, driving tho blado straight through his heart. 8hot Her Husband. Cincinnati, O.Frank 1,'cher ngod 35 of Aurora, Ind., was shot six tlmos In tho abdomen by his wlfo nt the homo of Dr. Ralph TUley of Peters burg. Ky., as the result of a daro by Lienor, who had becomo estranged from IiIb wlfo. Sugar Plant Burns, Now Iberia, La. Flro Sunday night prnctlcilly destroyed tho plant nonr hero of the Segura Sugar company. Tho e't'mated loss Is sl'-hMy uudor WOO.f) t OVERRIDES WOOL" BILL VETO Measure Is Passed, 174 to 80, With 24 Republicans Voting With Democratic Majority. Washington. President Taft's veto was overridden nnd tho houso again passed tho compromlso woolen tariff revision bill on Tuesday by a voto of 174 to 80, with ton members voting present. Thcro wero tweuty-ono Re publican members voting with tho Democrats to enact tho bill Into law dcsplto tho president's opposition. Tho scnato has not ncted on tho veto. Whether It can bo ovcrrlddon In that body Is uncertain, although an effort will bo mado to do It. It Is stated that from fifteen to twenty Re publican senators must voto with tnc Democrats to defeat tho veto. Discovers Identity of Murderers. Salt Lako City Tho Identity of tho two highwaymen, still at largo, who murdered Night Marshal Frank A. Colclough In tho Vienna saloon at Mldvalo has' been established definite ly, Is tho belief of Sheriff Joseph C. Sharp. "Jack" Callahan, 30 years old, and "Jack" Murphy, 32, aro tho mon tho sheriff accuses. Circulars bearing the $1,000 roward offered for their ar rest, together with their description and habits, havo been mailed broadcast. Denounces Darrow. Los Angeles, Cal. Alternately de nouncing Clarcnco S. Darrow us n corrupter of men and lauding his bril liancy of mind, Assistant District At torney V. J. Ford mado tho opening argument In the Darrow bribery trial qfn Monday. Tho denunciation ex tended to othorB connected with tho defonso of tho Chicago lawyer. Santa Fe Shops Burn. Cleburne, Texas. Flro starting In tbo Santa Fo railroad shops here caused an estimated loss of $250,000. V. lighted candlo In tho hands of A. V. Campbell, a bollcrmnkcr, set un oil tank ablaze. Campbell was fatally Injured. Charged With Poisoning Husband. Philadelphia. Mrs. Frieda Trost, proprietress of an uptown saloon, was arrested on n chnrgo of having caused tho death of her husband, William Trost, within u week after her mar rlago by administering poison. 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The details of tho earthuako, which arc coming In slowly owing to the Interruption of tho wires, Indicate that the seismic disturbances wero widespread. Several hundred persons have been killed, thousands aro homoless and outbreaks of flro have occurred In many towns and villages. Great de struction has been caused by tho up. henval. Tho entire district between Conatam tlnoplo and Adrlanoplo felt tho shock soverely. Fugitives from Myrlophlto report 300 killed and 0,000 Injured. Tho town was still burning when they left. Ganos-Hora has been wiped out, olghty persons being killed and thirty wounded. The wrecked buildings took flro nnd most of them wcro burned. Shnr-Kol was destroyed and two near by villages wero engulfed. Adrlanoplo suffered llttlo damage, but Tohorlu wns pnrtly destroyed by tho earth qunko nnd ilro. The courso of tho disturbance ap pears to havo been In the region of tho Dardanelles. Kye witnesses from that section give harrowing accounts of tho havoc wrought. Tho majority of tho houses In the Galllpolls arc in ruins and tho people aro camping In tho Holds. Tohanak-Kalcssl Is In nn equally bad plight, but tho loss ot life In theso towns Is small, although the Injured are many. Warships anchored In tho Dardan elles felt the shock severely. It was first attributed to a torpedo boat. The captain of tho American steamer Vir ginia reports that tho light houso nt Gancs-Hora, In the sea of Marmora, has disappeared and that tho villages In tho surrounding country aro In flames. He was unablo to anchor and render asslHtanco owing to thu violent movement of the sea. PROGRESSIVE TICKET FOR IDAHO Probable That a Complete State Ticket Will be Placed In the Field. Caldwell, Idaho. Alleging that tho nomination of John II. Haines was ac complished by tho lavish expenditure of money and declaring that his nom ination assures tho election of u Demo cratic governor, unloss tho people be given an opportunity to vote for a Progressive, J. H. Glpson, stato chulr mun of tho Progressive party, stated Saturday that tho Idaho Progressives would pluce a stato ticket headed by Paul Clagstono In the field at once. Tho ticket will bo complete with the possible exception of Justlco of tho su premo court nnd one congressman, French nnd Stewart, being both re garded as Progressives. Tbo nomina tion will bo mado by petition nnd n meeting of tho stntu committee hns been culled to coply with legal formalities. Will Attend Funeral of Mikado. Washington. For tho first tlmo In tho history of the United States, tho secretary of stnto bus been designated ns n spoclul embassador to a foreign power. President Taft on Saturday assigned Secretary of Stnto Knox as spcclul embassador to Japan to attend tho funeral of tho Into emperor, Mut suhlto, on September I, with tho state ment that tho mission wnB given to tho premier of tho cabinet ns nn ovl donco of Amorlcun friendship for Jupnn. Minority Is With Catlln. Washington Roprcsoutatlvo Thoron Catlln, tho young millionaire and ho clety man from St. IxjuIb, betrothed of Miss Laura Merrlum, u Washington beauty, Is given a clear title to his seat in the houso under a Republican re port filed by tho minority momhcis of tli (i house committee of elections, which Investigated charges of Illegal use of monoy In his election. Detroit Officials Confess. Detroit - It wns ndmltted Saturday that Protocutlng Attorney Hugh Shop nrd has In his poBsrtitlon thoonfos slons of three of thh eighteen city of ficial now under arrest In connection with recent developments In tho local aldermaule graft scandal. Nomination Withdrawn. (Washington President Tnlt has withdrawn f;om the senute the ap pointment of Leslie M Scott as I'tiltod Stntes marshal for the cllstrlct of Ore gon. There had been much opposi tion to the appointment. Taft's Twenty-fifth Veto. Wushlngton. When Piesldent Tnft vetoed the wool bill ho stumped with his disapproval the twenty-fifth meas ure sent to him from congress. Most nf tho vetoes wero on comparatively unimportant subjects. To Build Forts at Flushing. Berlin. Fresh information from Holland shows that tho Dir.c'i gov ernment now intends proceed. ng a. a very early date with tl.e h II provid ing for tho erection of tiie Kl-u.i'n? fnrts I 1 WOMEN ANO CHILDREN I WILL RETURN TO UTAH I Colonists Driven Out of Mexico Will Vfl Send Loved Ones to Safe Place Vfl and Return to Their Homea. VJ El Paso, Texas. Women und chll- B dren refugees from thu Mormon col Bfl onles In Mexico will he Bent hack to Bfl Utah to mnko their homos until thu H revolution Is settled nnd tho condl tlons havo resumed the normal In tlio H looted and rebel ridden district of VJ northwestern Moxlco. This wns H practically ngrecd upon nt tho con H ferenco which tho officials of tho H church, under orders of Apostle A. H W. Ivlna, held In tho headquarters H here Tuesday afternoon. H It wns decided thnt Mexico was no H place for tho women nnd children for H six months or more, nnd that rather H than leave them In tho makeshift H tents which have been erected hero H to accommodato their temporary H needs, tho refuges would bo ynt hack I to their original homes In Lmh until I everything was settled In tho col- H onles. It Is probablo that a sufficient tium- I tier of tho young men will return to I tho colonics nt onco to police them nnd prevent further looting by the I proving bunds of rebels nnd the native I residents of tho colonics who have I followed the soldiers on their trip I Trom Chihuahua. I ACT LAUNCHES PARCELS POST. I Postoff Ice ' Appropriation Bill, Carry- B ing $160,000,000, Passes the Sen- B ate at Night Session. I Washington. Tho senate on Tues I day night passed the post office appro- I printlon bill, carrying In tho neigh- I borhood of $160,000,000. Tho hill hnn I established n parcels post and also I permits employes of the postofflco de I partmcntito organize, provided thoy I do not ufflllnto with any outsldo labor I organization. "v I The only change made in tho bill I nftor It was reported to tho senate I was an amendment providing thnt whenever postofflco employes work overtime they shall bo paid In tlmo instead of money. Scuntor Smith of Georgia endeavor ed to havo tho parcels post provision reconsidered, but failed. Only two senators voted against fho parcels post. Thoy were Scnntor L'urtls of Kunsas and Senator Bailey of TexaB. Meets Death Near End of Journey. Seattle, Wash. The woman killed Jn tho wreck ot tho Milwaukee rail road's Olympian train at Kccchclus, " ' Wash., was identified Tuesday b tho wlfo of Simon Jurlcvlch, n Slavonian I laborer. Jurlcvlch had tolled for three, I years for money to bring his wlfo anil I little daughter Mary from northern I Austria. After traveling thousands I of miles by sea und land, tho mother I was killed only thrco hours' Journey I from her destination. Tho little girl I was unhurt. New Evidence In Rosenthal Case, Now York. New evidence which turned the finger of accusutlon on high officials and other men well known In public Ilfo, heretoforo un suspected, was laid beforo tho grand Jury Tuesday ut Its Inquiry Into the murder of Hermun Rosenthal, und Its subsequent nnd overshudowlng dovel opmonts tho graft alllunco between police nnd gumblcrs. Thought Wife Was Burglar. Evansvlllo, Ind. Thinking his wife a burglar, Harvey Troyer Btabhed her In tho back early Tuesday und she probably will dlo. According to their statements they wero awakened by a nolso us If thero were an intrudor In tho darkened room. Both rose nnd, tho husband armed with u butcher knife, stabbed his wlfo when thoy rnn against each other. Missing Woman Probably Drowned. St. Louis. A womnn's Panama hat. gloves, purso and night robe wero al most positively Identified ns tho prop erty of Mrs, Ethol Keating BoggesH. who disappeared In Kansas City Au gust 2. Tho articles wero brought hero by detectives from Fort Gage, III., whero thoy woro found In n boat In tho Mississippi river. Rockhlll to Advir Chinese, Washington. Unofficially It H known hero that ovortures havo been going on between President Yuan Shi Kal and Mr. Rockhlll, tho Amorlcan embassador to Turkey, looking to tho appointment of the latter ns udvlser to tho now Chinese republic. Fmous Composer Dead. Paris. Jullen Kmllo Mnssonot. the well known musical composer, died nt his home Tuesday ut tho ngo of 70. Ho had been suffering for u long time from cancer. Takes Poison by Mistake. Colorado Springs. Mrs. Constance Lomorcler, prominent In Chicago so loclal circles, died hero after drink ing n quantity of poison which she mistook for n sleeping powder. Her husband Ih a retired chemist. Conferees Disagree. Washington. Conferees on tho mi ?ar tariff hill voted to report n ills .greemont to tho house and sennto. It was found Impossible to reconcile the widely d fferent bills passed by tn .o homes.