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2 THE SALT LAKE HERALD WEIOtfESDAY WED ESr > AY OCTOBER 31 1900
INDIANS ARE STRICKEN
4 4Smallpox
Smallpox Is Epidemic on Many ManyKeservations ManyReservations
Reservations KeservationsBAB ReservationsBAD
BAD AT FORT HAL JSALLAGENT HALAGBNT llAJLGBNT
AGENT AGBNT CAUJWELI CALWL SAYS THE THEDISEASE TflEDISEASE
DISEASE IS INCREASING INCREASINGWaahlngto INCRESIG INCRESIGVIIRt
Waahlngto VIIRt Oct oc M aSmlpox 3SSrnullpox Smallpox Has Hasbrok ba babrke ba babrokn
brok brke brokn n out on a number of Indian reser reservation r rervat1oa r rvatlo ¬
vation vatlo in the tie wet weet ve t end rnd It I Im I feared fere ib tbt tbtwbe that thatwhen t twhen
when wbe the cold cld weather wether gets > ta in the te epi epidemic e ¬
demic deml will wU become bme more me widespread wfllEprd and andaSSlle andaeeume
assume aSSlle a more malignant maJtnt form formEvery for formJvery
Every Ev posaiMe ltble effort efurt is i e being bRg made mde to tostay toBlY
stay BlY it Iu Its progress prg and the Indian bureau bureauJH bru bruIs
JH forwarding forardlfg vaccine vaci virus vr to the te vari Tr TrUS
ous US agencies enIN lieutenant Ileut Rt Colonel ColonelItandlett Cwnel CwnelHandlet Colunel1aidIett
Itandlett Handlet in chars chre ch of o the Kiowa Indian Inn Innageny indianagency
in Oklahoma telegraphs that thtmaIIsox
agency
ageny Okhiom telicaph ut ut8mal
8mal Bmallnox x is I epidemic edemic on the Wichita Wichitareeervatlon Vlcla Vlclareenaton
reservation reenaton and that flf lifty Hy ty cases ce have hve hveoceului haveOCCUrTd
occurred oceului amonc amonr mou the children cidre at tb tbliiverslde the tbeHlvene theitLverehte
liiverslde Hlvene Indian Inin boarding brding school lol on that thatreservation thatreserUo thatreaervatlon
reservation The disease alo has
¬
reserUo dlM all ba ap appeared appeered
peered peare at the Cache Cche Creek Crek mission mlson ind indat 3ndut nd ndat
at the th St Patrick Patrck mission on the te Apache ApacheKlowa Apche
1 Klowa IOW Iowa and ad Commanche reservation rraton No Xodeaths NodeaUu
deaths deaUu have hve been reported reprte thus far and andno andno andno
no alarm alrm Is manifested manleBte by the Indians IndiansFrom Indiansru
From ru the Colvllle Colvle agency at Miles MilesWash le Iiee IieeVaah
Wash Vlb A agent Ipnt Rent Anderson Aoern reports reprts that thatsmallpox tit titmalpx thatmaiipox
smallpox malpx is prevalent Ient among aJn the Indians Indianson
on the th Coeur Cour dAlene d reservation rena ton nine ninecaws nineals nineasea
caws als having developed develolle ao far A strict stricttiiirantln atrlctIarntne 5trlcttiarantlne
tiiirantln Iarntne of the Infected Infeted district dlltrct naabeen naa nasbeeji
been established etabUshe and an disinfectanUi disnretnt and andvaccine andacne andvaclne
vaccine acne have been bn purchased vurclh by the theagent theJfnt theagent
agent agentFrom agentFrom Jfnt JfntA
From the Fort Hall agency In I Idaho IdahoAgent IdahoAgent
Agent A r CaMwell c 1wyre re reports > orts that r the e eI em itmnllpox itmnllpoxis m f
is 1 > increasing Incrllog In that tbHt vicinity vicnity an and < i that thutmany thatmany thatmany
many cases t arc Kr predicted pedicte when cold oId oIdweather ll
weather begins bglnB A thorough vaccination vaccinationuf vacinton vacintonofU
uf pupil is the only protection t for the theFort theFort
Fort ofU ofUJII Hall JII school rJ pupils rpr Camplalnt II lt t tmude is ismade Iamude
mude of the vaccine vacine available vala le only three threeout threeOut
out of lifty tit primary prmry vaccinations vaccnatons of small smallchildren Im3U Im3Uchidren smallchildren
children chidren proving JlrVI successful Bucelsful United UnitedState Ullt UlltState UtittedStates
State State Senator Seator Shoup of Idaho Idaho reports reiwrtsthat rtllrs rtllrsthKt reportsthat
that vmallpox Imalpx is II prevalent at Blucktoot Blucktootand Blackrtand Biackloatand
and Pocatello Potelo and that fear is entertain entertained enterLL enterLLcd ¬
ed that tht it I will extend to the Indians IndiansThe InUans indiansThe
The disease also al has been bn reported reprtr from fromValentine fromValentine rom romValtnUne
Valentine ValtnUne Neb eb the shipping point pint for forthe tortu brthu
the tu Itosebud Iobud agency agencyMEXICO agenlY agenlYMCO agencybIEXICO
MEXICO MCO PBOJECT PROJ T DROPPED DROPPEDDeath DROPPE DROPPEDoath DROPPEDDeath
Death of Chiefs Chefs Stops Indian India Migra Migration Mig 2Tigmtion ¬
tion ton plan planWas Fla P lan lanWasI
Was Val Ington Oct 30 3The 30The The probable col collapse collaps collapse ¬
lapse laps of the movement Jement that has threat threatened threatcr threatcued ¬
cued cr to ret reult result < ult In the removal rmoval of o Shawnee ShawneeDelaware ShawneeDelawar ShawneeDelaware
Delaware Delawar and other Inditm Indl bands lnds to toMexico toexlc toSIexIco
Mexico exlc Is i announced in a report received receivedat recived recivedat
the interior from Assist Assistant Assistant
at interor department deprtment slst slstant ¬
ant Special Speial Agent Bentley Bntey telling telng of the thedeath lhedeth thedeath
death deth of two Indian chiefs who led in inthe Inthe inthe
the project prject The report rport announces announcs that thatBig tht thtBig thatBig
Big Jim principal prlncllll chief of his band of ofShawnees ofShawnee 01Shawnees
Shawnees Shawnee died die at Sabinas SblnaB Mexico Sept SeptSO SeptIto
SO of O smallpox I and that Jack Harris Harrisone a
dt Harrisp
one ne neO net of t the chiefs is of the aIe Delawares re renccomlN1e who whoaccompanied whoaccompanied p
accompanied nccomlN1e lUg Jim died die the same sme day dayof dayor dayof
of the same sme illness illnessBig Unel Unels illnessBig
Big Jims s iHtfty consisted d dI dndeT1e of six per persons ¬
sons s four f sol of ol whom o oonJ onJ died These h perC two twochiefs twochiefs C
chiefs I were bitterly t opposed to civiliza civilization Vi Vibeen ¬
lion and ndeT1e ndeT1et their ambition tltY A0 for years a has hasbeen beebeezi I
been to move their people J ple to Mexico Mexicothere Mexicothe Mexicothere
there the to live lve in exclusion away awa from the thewhite thewhie thewhite
whie white man mn and his Influences Intuence Their Theirdeath Theirdeath Theftdeath
death the agent aget thinks think will w1 result relu1 in the thetotal thetotal thctotal
total abandonment Alndonment of o any further disposi disposition dispositon t1tspoitiou ¬
tion ton on the part prt of o their people peple to leave leavethe leavethe leavetho
the United Unie States Sths The he report r port says 8S that thatilstead thatIste thaiistead
ilstead Iste of being blnK received reele with wih open arms armsla ars arnieIa
la 1 Mexico Mexic as the chiefs had anticipated anticipatedwhen anticipatetivhen
when stricken strcken with wih the disease dllase the Mexi Mexican MexicLn ei eiCn ¬
can authorities authorltps refused refus them shelter sheler or oraid orRd
aid Rd of any kind knd and they were compelled compelledto atL L
to lie le in the brush brsh and their party prty was wascompelled wasompeUe waccompelled
compelled ompeUe to pay py S for the privilege priviee of ofburial orural 01
burial ural A A son ln of one wf fJf jf the victims victimsContinued victms victmsrought victirneirought t
rought the details from Mexico Mexicor MexicoBRYA MexIcollllYN
BRYA llllYN QUTS QthaiE QthaiEContinued r NEW YORK YORKContnued
Continued Contnued from page L Lready Lready 1 1ieady
ready abandoned abndone their principal prinepl cam campaign campal camI ¬
paign pal argument argment which was Wa a the full fulldinner fuldinner I
dinner pail pl Starting Strfng with wit the propr proprslticn prop
slticn that the Republican Republcan platform platformwan platformwa platfornwas 1
wan wa largely lrgel devoted devote to the subject subj ct of ofprosperity orIroprJo o oprosperity
IroprJo prosperity he hE said saidCompare saidCompre saidConepare
Compare Compre the pace devoted to con congratulation cn cngatultin cangratulatlon ¬
gratulation with the space devoted to toall toal ft
gatultin wih spce ftI
all al other questions and yon ou will wi find findthat fnd fndthat I
that that the Republicans Reltblcans expected opeted to make makethe mke mkete rnakithe i
the te Issue ue on the grand prosperity prosperty argu argument argumente ¬
mont The full ful dinner pail pn is full ful of ofholes oflNle 01 01t r
holes lNle the th full ful dinner pall pai is the < he most mostcompletely mostcompleel mosicompletely t
completely compleel battered btered and beaten beten up em emblem emblem ¬
blem that any party prty ever had Why h is isIt isI ii iiIt 3
It I that the te dinner pall pl is referred refered to tomore tomore t <
more by Democratic Demrti speakers than it is isby Isby l lby 5
by Republican lepubUen speakers kers If I a Repub Republican RepubHean ¬
han attempts atemps to refer to the dinner dinnerpail dinnerpi r
pail pi ow C they ask ak him How about the theunthMcite te teanthle thi thianthaeite a
unthMcite anthle coal CI regions I ao not be believe beleve beS ¬
lieve leve that thtf tht tII laboring labring man today toay is isreceiving isrecehlnglls t S
receiving recehlnglls his fair share of the te wealth wealthhe wealh wealhhe wealthe 1
he produces pruce or his fair atr share of pro protection protcctin protetttofl ¬
tection tcctin from the government governmentHow government governmentHow governmcnLaow
How Trusts Trsts Hob the Public PublicMr Publc Publcr
Mr r Bryun then took up the subject subjectof subjet subjetof t
of trusts trst and said sll tbe combinations comblnal8 of ofthat ofthat o othat f
that kind Increase Inrel the price pric of the the ne necessities neceslte nee ¬
cessities ceslte of life lfe faster than they do the thewages thewage th thwages e
wage wages of their thei employees emploee and that tha if ifthere Ifth1 i ir
there th1 wa wa was complaint cmplant on thrtt th score ore or orany orany o oC r
any other the only ol response spnse was a large largearmy largetry C
army try He went on to say s that If the theNew theNew th thNew e
New York officials otcas were disposed disps to do doso doso ti
so they could culd get rid of the ice ic trust trustjust trustjus
just jus as I the Democratic D moertlcand and Populist Populistofficials Poulst Poulstofrall Populisotlietids t
officials ofrall had gotten sotcn rid rd of on ice trust trustin trueIn
in Nebraska NebraskaWell Xebrska NebraskaWeII
Well have a a president Prident from Nebras Nebraska Nebrs Nebrska Nebrasi ¬
ka too to some sme one shouted shoute Mr Bryan Bryanresponded B Bryatresponded an anrepnde i
repnde responded respondedIf
If I you do d have hve a president preiet from Ne Nebraska Nebnka Nef ¬
braska bnka yell will wil have the same me kind of oftrust oftrust o f
trust policy pley in the United Unite States Ste ates at atlarge atlarge a t
large that we have in Nebraska Xebrak We Wer W Wproscute aS e epr
r pr proscute > roi pcute utt them out ot there thereAnumz ther
Anumz A ut that tht the country does do not notned notnp no nond t
ned np > a biy bl bt army for Democratic Demri pur purposes purps purposes ¬
poses ps Mr Ir Bryan aakl aaklAll ukIAl
All Al the nations nlol on earth erh combined combinedrould combtneicould I
could nut wMp hp Mp this tlj natkm nUoR in a defen defensive deen deen1Ie defeniiye ¬
sive 1Ie warfare 1ar and ad we sh9Uld have hve no n de defire deIire deiire
fire Iire to t tight IKbt wars r of conquest cnquHt to go 8 out outand outad ou oua
and ad take other CtbH peonies pPe pp4 laud laudl thus thusviolating thisviolating a
violating iOlatlDb 4be commandmentThou cmndment ThoU shalt shaltnot slt slt1O t tfleA
not steal stealAH ReaA1 MeatAll
1O
AH A1 Alfred Alfre the th seat et of Alfred Alfr univer university unlverIjt ¬
said pity Ijt he had ha an anititeresting interesting intretn meeting tRg He Hesaid HeSaid H Hsaid e
saidI
I am told that tat Mr Ir Teller Teler was once a astudent aftudent
student ftudent here h That would be b enough enoughto enu h hto 11
to distinguish dlinul your instlnrtlon tnltmt if you youliid youhad yol yolhad U
had produced pruc no other other reit et men lnn for forI to r
I reward r r Senator naor Teller Tell as I not J only one onedf on ont e re
df f the ablest ablst men of our country cunto but buthe buthI bu buhe t
he hI has shown strength trenph of convection convectionand cfnton cfntoni ii iind
and i nd a willingness lnint to follow fonoW his convic convictions convielions nIl ¬
lions t ions that tat ought to be b jut an n example exaple to tovery t
very 1 young yon man in this thi couutry cutry for forl foryoung a ayoung
young l > ung man can la afford atord to be b in minority minoritybut minoriy minoriybut mmorlt y yLi
but he cannot cnnt Afford ord to be b wrong Wn wvon You Youv Youwii Yol Yola Li
v wii viil iil find Ind as a Jefferson Jeter said i that a firm firmidh Irm Irmdh flrt flrttdhrenee a
idh tdhrenee dh rence rDCe to a great gt principle Is the theb thebot th thhe
b bot he < st t handmaid baDdmd even een unto ambition ambitionContinuing ambitionontinulng blton bltonC
Continuing C his h1 remarks remrks to o the stu stuilTits studnts
dnts ilTits Mr Bryan Hra admonished amihe them to toform toform t 0
form form high hih Ideals cad aa to tioW hol fast falt to tothorn t ttrn 0
thorn 11 even fen after afer they thy enter entt upon upn their theirrespective theirnpUve thei r rrspeeUve
respective npUve careers lr in the business businessWorld a awoerid
World WorldA
A middle midl aged 4 < 1 man m in the crowd crowdwith crwd crwdwith crow crowwith
with a large l colored corM picture pitur of Presi President PrHidpnt Prealdent ¬
dent McKlnleys McKney face fac on his hi chest e ad advanced adYanlr advanced ¬
vanced Yanlr tj t a position pll in front frnt of Mr MrBryan MrBrm MiBryin
Bryan and said id In a loud lud shrill srl voice voiceYou yolc voiceYou
You can c talk tlk about abut free f silver slver with without without lh lhout ¬
out any pai Pltr paer er To 0 this i Sir lr Bryan Bryanresponded Bonrpspondf Bryaresponded
responded respondedYes rpspondf
Yes Y sir ir if I lhd had no regard renl for hu human huTnan honian I ¬
man rights rghts I would talk tlk about aut dol dollars dollars deljars ¬
lars > hut > ut I am talking tlking to t your yur heads headsand hed hedand a aand
and n nt t to your pocket pcket books booksTo bk bkTo booksTo
To the th audience audiec Mr r Bryan Bran said saidFor sid sidFor
For the benefit bnelt of that tt poor pr sordid sordidsoul srid sridsoul ii
soul that tat wants wt to t talk tlk about money moneywant I Iwant Iwant
want to ask Ik him hm him why it is that tat he is so soworried a aworried
worried worrie nbout fLbut a ROrent 5t dollar dllr and not notworrying notworrlngbout no non
worrying worrlngbout bOUt an 85 per cent citizen citizn in inPorto hIPort I IPorte n
Porto Port Rt RIo RIoApparnt o oAppurntly
Appurntly Apparnt the thE questioner in th thcrovrd thp thpr 0
crovrd r d v s n Dt t dismayed 1 mae for he h brok brokeInto brokInt brokinto c
Into Int JT 1 T Tryins JiYin remarks with wih a Ilu Ilufion iues iuestion iu
lion dn f tint I 1 ni to t know how it happtn happnhI ha I
hI < > > 1 that tht yon n can cn go JO to tt Ai 1esJeo eJ iKo > with wiih a adollar ala a
dollar la of American I rcan money and get ge two tw 0
I
dollars dolar d of the money of that country
I wflth e 1th it itMr i itr
Mr tr Bryaift Bryan reply was as a follows
You try t that Urt andyoull andyou1 arid youll find fnd they th y
know k now enough In MexKp exlQ not to let Ietyou letyouave you
have h ave them When hen Lincoln was W here
he h e talked tlked about abut human hum n rights rirhts but noSv flctv
Republicans UepubJins i cannot cnnot talk tlk about any an nov ¬
thing t tt but dollars and when we wanted
tp t o talk about dollars dolar in 189C they the want wanted wante ¬
ed e a d to t talk mIt about the tariff trif and before bor
this t his campaign cnpalsn is over they will wi go back
to t o the civil cvi war and their only argu ¬
ment wi will be who put down the rebel reb ar l ¬
lion lon l anyhow anyhowSpeaks anyhowSpeak
Speaks Speak of Money Question QuestionAt Queston
At Cuba Mr Bryan Bran discussed discu the t
trusts trst t and the army any question buttook buttookoccasion buttookoceh huttookcciutlon
occasion oceh o oi o to explain whythe why the tbjedt ctbje t of
ot finance fnanc i vas as not receiving rehlng more atten aten ¬
ion ton t at his hands On that th t point he hesaid heald heaid
said s aid
saidIn
In order that tht no Republican Republcan may go goasvay goaway
away away and say that I did not sayany SY ny
thing on the money mney question queton questioaI I want
to t o tell tel you that there ther air two reasons reasonswhy reasos reasoswhy reasonswhy
1 why we do not spend upend our time tme talking talklnJ
about aut the questions fluetons of 1886 The first firstreason fr
reason rson is that our platform 1laton seta et forth
the t he partys position psiion so that everybody eebOd eebOdcn
I can cn go to the platform and find lndout dndoutust out
just J ust where our party stands standsbutyo standsbutyomot but butyou butyoucannot you youcannot
cannot mot say that of the Uepu Republican Uc plat ¬
j form
formThe
j The second Jecond is that the Republicans Iepub cns
i have llve done so much since 1896 189 that was vas vasad
j bad ad that they keep us busy bus Indicting Inll tlng
them for high crimes crime and misdemean misdemeanors misdemeanor ¬
ors or committed cmmite in the lat lat three thre years yearsand yearsand
and a half and we are not going to toabandon toabandon toabandon
abandon our our contest cntest against aginst them nri nrinew nr ennew
new issues lsue merely m rely because bause they are not notprepared notprepar notprepared
prepared prepar to defend their record of the
recor
iast l ast three thr years year and a half halfMr hal IiaItMr
Mr r Bryan Bran was waf introduced introducd to the
large larg l arge audience aucleme e which assembled at lt the thera therailrod
railrod ralroati ra iroad station ltton to welcome welcme him to
Wfcllsville Wdlwle by Mnnton l1ntun Marble Wyvell Pyvel
Mr Wyvell Vyel Is a a resident of Wellsville VeUsvie
but a student 8udent of Cornell Cornel university uthcriy
Mr Bryan UIan met him upon the occasion occasionof
of his hil visit to Ithaca Ihaca on his first frt tour tourof tourof tourof
of the state and aht took such suh a fancy to
the he young man that he invited inied him to tomake tomakethlR
make makethlR this tour with wih him In respond responding repond repondmg respondtog ¬
i tog to t the introduction introucton which whih was wasgracefully w
gracefully grcfuly delivered delvered Mr Bryan said ald
that tha he was wa pleased plesd to t be b presented by b bthe
the young oun man and then he came near nearer nearelv ¬
er delivering elv rlns a lecture on the aspire aspir ¬
tions and possibIlItIes of
possibites young man ¬
hood boe than to making a political pltcal speech spech
I He ie
said that he wanted this govern government government governinent ¬
ment to be b so 8 good that any man in it itcould itcOld itcould
could aspire aspie to the highest hl hest position pOlton In Ineither ineither ineither
either politics IOUtcs or business and that he hewas hewa howas
was wa not willing wiing that it should be b a agovernment agovernment agovernment
government for corporation corporton lawyers lawyersand lawyersand
and trust magnates only
While Vhle Mr r Bryan B an was speaking at
Wellsville Velsvile two boys bo s one of them much
larger than the other got Into a quar quarrel quarrl quarvol ¬
rel rl and the large one struck the smaller smallerone smaler smalerone smallerone
one with his fist fst When Mr r Bryan
had stopped speaking and the rush to toshake toshake toaftaks
shake shake hands had begun bgnMr Mr Bryjvn Bryjvnwalked B ftyenwalked pn pnwalked
walked across acro the platform platon of the car carand carand carand
and called led for the boy who had received
the blow saying ylng that he wanted to toshake toshake toshake
shake hands with wih a youngster who had
become bcome a victim ylctm of the policy polcy of force
The boy bo seemed semed to forget his aflcton affliction
in the t1 handshaking and when Mr
Bryan Bran handed him a rose from a bunch
held in Mr Mr Mrs Bryans hands his cup cupof cupor cupof
of joy seemed quite complete completeIn
In a speech snech at Olean Mr Bryan Bryanagain B Bryanagain an anagain
again talked talke to an audience composed composedalmost compotd compotdalmost composedalmost
almost almost exclusively of men and among
them were a great sat many laborers The Thecrowd Thecrowd Thecrowd
crowd was large and the reception retepUon en enthusiastic enthusiatc enthusiastic ¬
thusiastic thusiatc Here he again agin referred rererrd to tocharges tocharges tocharges
charges that he was evading the old is issues Issue issuee
sues sue and spoke spokE at some longth In ex explanaton explana cxplanaton
planaton plana ton of his course courc and that of his hisparty hisparty liiiparty
party in the th campaign campaignDemocrats cmpaign cmpaignDemocrat campaignDemocrats
Democrats Democrat Prompt In Work Workr WorkMr Work WorkMr
Mr r Bryan Bran spoke fur f r about forty min minutes minutes nileutes ¬
utes at at Salamanca and while whie he was wasspeaking wasspeaking wa I Ispeaking
speaking Mrs Bryan was entertained I
by a committee commitee of womenv women The crowd crowdat I Iat
at this place was large and d a fair de degree decee degree ¬
gree cee of enthusiasm was wa manifested
Introducing his speech Mr lr Bryan Bryanmade Bryanmade I Imade
made an appeal for Republican Uepublcan votes
He said saidNo sid sidNo saidNo
No one makes a a greater grater mistake 1
than the man who assumes that any an <
large number of the tle people lack pa ¬
triotism tiotsm You remember the campaign campaignof I
of o 1S96 and you remember remet r how deeply deeptthe
the people peple were stirred strre and you OU remember remembr re ramember ¬
member membr that those thse who were with me 1
in the campaign were called caled all al sorts sortsof srts srtsof I Iof
of names and I myself mslf did not es escape escpe escape ¬
cape cpe and yet et within wihin two years y ars after afterthat afer aferthat afteethat
that campaign a war broke out and andthe andthe I Ithe
the president asked for volunteers volunteer and andthe andthe I Ithe
the people pple responded rspnded and I think it la lasafe Issfe Ii C Csafe
safe sfe to say sa that more men responded respondedwho respondedwho
who vQted for me than responded repnded who whovoted whovote vl vlvoted
voted vote for the president prcsldcntThere There you
found political DOltcl differences diterences forgotten forgottenand forgoten forgotenand forgottenand
and I think it i is safe gft saf to say sa that in inevery Inter I Ievery
every ter company cuman and in any regisient regisientwe regientWt L LWe
we Wt found men differing difering in politics poltcs but bt t
loving their thei country count I know that in inmy Inmy 1 1my
my own regiment resment a majorty of my own ownofficers ownomcer L Lotticers
officers omcer were WEre Republicans and a ma majority majurly ¬
jority jurly of theprivates the privates were with wih me meand meand meand
and so it was throughout the various variousregiments variousrgiment C Cregiments
regiments rgiment and then people poplE found that thatthe thatthe t tthe
the men whom the Republicans called calledanarchists eaUedl I IanarchIsts
anarchists in 1896 were e the tuitions tuitionsprotection 1
l f
protection in 189S I believe u that thi if r rwere I Iwere I Iwere
were elected and a a war broke out and andI tnc I II
I called lale for volunteers vollntees Republicans Republicanswould Uepubllans C Cwould
would respond r nd just like lke Democrats DemocratsOur Dtmocrt DemocratsOur <
Our people peple are patriots and these dif differences clf clffernc tiltterenees ¬
ferences fernc from rom time tme to time tme on political politicalquestions poltcl poltclquestons I Iquestions
questions questons ought not to blind blnd people pople to tothe tothe P Pthe
the fact that back bck of all al political pltical ques questions questons ¬
tions tons there is the purpose of the citi citizen ct citito ¬
zen zn to do the best bst with wih the light lght that t
he has for his bit country countr and for posteri posterity poster ¬
ty and therefore when ben I talk ta1to to you vouwhen QU QUwhtn
when whtn I talk to Republicans Republkans I talk to tothem tothem P Ptheni
them not as Repubkans Republcans but as citi citizens cIi cIizens citizens ¬
zens not as people who love aparty a party
but as people peple who love the country countr bet better btt bttter better ¬
ter than any an party prt If I I cannot show showa sow sowa shoea
a Republican Re ublian a better beter way to serve servehis senrehi
his hi country coutry than by voting the the Repub Republican Republcan Repubhican ¬
lican lcan ticket tckt I do not expect him to toihange tolhange n nchange
change his politics poUtcs but if I can show showhim sbowhim shoehint
him that the thE Democratic DemOratlc party r offers offershim ofes ofeshim offerhim
him 8 better ter opi olIlrtunly opportunity > ortunlty to voice hJt hJtown h hon h1own
own sentiments 8ntlnent protect prt t hs own rights rightsand rIghtsand S
and advance advace his moral welfare than thanthe thanthe i Si
the Republican Republcn party vrty does dOe I have haveright a aright 1 0
right to believe bleve that that I can cn appeal to his hisjudgment hi C Cjudgment
judgment Judl nt and his conscience cnsinc and draw drawhim drw drwhim timehim
him out of the th Republican HellbUe party partyTrusts part partut partyTrusts
Trusts ut and the Tariff TariffAt Tar f fAt
At Jamestown Jamown giving Ing his remedy ree for fortrusts fortM foi r ra
trusts tM Mr Bryan Bran said he would take takethe t31ethe a
the tariff tarit off oi every ever trust trst made article articleas artcle artcleas artlchias S
as one means wf pi eventing phentng the forma formation format formatien ¬
tion t of trust < combinations mblnatlns mblnatlnsRut r rRut
Rut here her he said l you youhave have been beenin beenIn bdelin I
in favor of protection prteton Your votes ote show showthat sho shothat shoethat
that your country has been largely larel de devoted tievoted ¬
voted orfd to a I protective protfctve tariff hirlf But how howcan 110wln hoecan
can ln ary man defend a a protective protetive tariff tariffwhen trif tentwheti
when whfu a trust hides behind bhind it and plun plunders plunIN pluntiers ¬
tiers IN the American nlrlCan citizen ltzen and then thentreats thentreat theltreats
treats treat foreign forelc nations more mor kindly kinly than thanhe tan tanthe ii iithe
the he home hOf country countryIn tuntr tuntrIn
In closing cklnl Mr Bryan Bran said Ild I believe believeloni beleve beleveIom a aieeni
loni what hat I have seen HeD In this state statethat stte sttethat I Ithat
that that the te Democracy Demorc of this thi strto ft are areunited areunite an anunited
united unite for victory vlctor You Yo have hJO i d up uphere uphere UI p phere
here in this thi section seton your dstlnguUhed dstlnguUhedexsenator lstnglhed lstnglhedexsntor I Iaxsenator
exsenator exsntor and an it i is not necessary neer for forme torme to r rf
me to make me a speech speh in the parts prt of ofthe orth o f
oI
the th State tate where whpr Mr Hill Hi has ha discussed discussedthe discussetthe I
the issu ISUf issues < s of the campaign cmpaign You will williind wmJ wile
iind J nd down cown In New York our ur people peple are areunited areunied ar arunited e
united unied there ther In New Ne York City Ciy In InBrooklyn fnBroktyn ii
Brooklyn all al over the state strte they tey are arefight arefghtng ar e
fight fghtng fishing ng and they thy are determined detenalne that thatn thatIn thea t
In n this contest contet between an American Americanidea Americn Americnda Aznorlcaidea a
idea and a European EurpCan idea ide New XcwYork XcwYorkshl York Yorkshall orI orIshall
shall shl lx > on the th skl stile of the United UnitedStates UniteStates
States Statt and not on the side sIde of RuroneMORE EuropeMORE Europe FiuropeMORE
MORE SNEERS SNERS AND Ali ABUSE ABUSERoosevelt A1HJSJ A1HJSJRoosevel
Roosevelt Roosevel Continues Contnues His Hs Campaign Campaignof Campai Campaiof Campaigof a
of Contumely ContumelyRochester Contumelytr ContumelyRocheeter
Rochester tr N Y Oct Ot 30 3The 30The The Roost Roosevelt Rose Roseyelt ¬
velt train tn ain arrived arved arrtved here tonight tonight When WhenGeneva C
Geneva fiee Gene was reached ched at 530 53 oclock the thegovernor theKerr th thd 0
governor Kerr was wa driven dren to an open stand standIn standIn stan d
I In the rain rin In the windows of some somebuildings SOmE sam e
buildings biling opposite opposie the stand were a anumber ai
i I number numbr of men who assisted afsted by b the ther th th1ual thd 0
r 1ual t ual crowd frd of small sml boys called calledKuirah eaSebib d
IHII Kuirah bib rah for Bryrfn BryrfnWhy lrn lrnI BryunWhy
I Why h roared oitd the governor geror Be Bej
I j ia iiis a he he is fur Dick Grcker Because Baevue lie it 10
i ix afraid afi to v 1 y what he will wi do o about abut abutfree aliotfree It
1 free silver 1crl Does Doe the gentleman enteman say an F
Hurrah Hurrh for Bryan because beeaus he wants want wantso
to t o haul down the Hag tag Is that the thl rca reason ra rason rcaon ¬
son s on he says sa Hurrah Hurh for fo Bryan BryanI Bran BranI
I appeal to you for the honor oC of the theflag the1ag
flag ag he said saidProsperity said saidPrcsperity te teag
Prosperity Properft like lke this rain rin falls fals upon uponthe
upn upnthc
the t he Just and unjust unju t It is i falling on onthe onthe
the t he just at this moment but faUng still stl it I Is i isalling
falling raing f on the unjust unjust as a a Mr Bryan B a is ismaking ismakfng ismaking
making a tour of the state stateAt stt stattiAt
At Rochester Rcbeter the governor declared declaredBryanism decare declaredBryanism
Bryanism Branlsm means widespread widesprd and far farreaching farreaching
reaching r business busines calamity camiy and anddls dines disaster ¬
ter t er and ad therefore therfore It I necessarily necesrUy means meansgrinding meansgrinding meansrinding
grinding ge g poerty povertyfor for the many man and andeven andeven
even e ven for the few more fortunate anx anxiety anxIety ¬
iety i and business disaster disasterAt disater disaterAt
At Corning Coring he said Every Ever citizen citizenwho citzen citzenwho
who believes bleves In orderly orerly liberty lbry under underthe underthe underhe
the t he law lw and who Is against aginst mob vio violence violence Vieence ¬
lence h ence in all Its forms fons will wi stand stnd with withus withUR
us and not merely overthrow overthrw Bryan Bryanlam Blan Blanim Bryantem
lam i tem but stamp stmp it under foot so s It I shall shallnever shal shallever
never n come up When en Mr Bryans Bryanssupporters Brans Branssupporter Bryansupporters
supporters supporter s his chief c tef superiors SUPllrter on the thestump thestump thetump
stump s and In the press pre appeal appal to the thebasest te tebest thebasest
basest best passion PBion in mankind and an seek s ck to topersuade topersuade
persuade ppruade some sme of our people Ieo te that they theyare theyare theyre
are a re being bein cruelly creU wronged wrngecL by others othersand othersnd
and a nd must avenge themselves when that thats
is i s done it I is il simply a provocative provotve to toviolence toiolenc toviolence
violence iolenc It I is an outrage outrg that any anyparty anyprty anyparty
party prty should so s conduct a campaign mpalg s sas so soa >
as a to arouse and Inflame Infame a a spirit like likethat lke lkethat
that t vhich was manifested manifeste last even evenIng eyenIng evenng
Ing IngDEBS IngDEBS I ng
DEBS DEBSSAYS SAYS FREE FEE YOURSELVES YOURSELVESSocial YOU YOURSELVESSocial VS VSSocial
Social Democrat Defies Defes Flag ag as Em Emblem Emblem Emblent ¬
blem of Slavery SlaveryNew Slaver SlaveryNew
New Xe York Oct 3 10Eugene < X Eusene V Debs Debscandidate Deb Debsandidate
candidate cndida c to for president Ireldent on the Social SocialDemocratic Socal SocalDmocrUc SocialDemocratic
Democratic DmocrUc ticket tcket spoke Ipok at Cooper Union Uniontonight Uniontnlht Uniononight
tonight tnlht t to an audience audlelel that filled fle the theseats theseatH theeats
seats s and crowded crowde the aisles ail The rush rusha rsh rshat
a at i the thl doors dor in getting ettng In was s so violent violentthat violentthlH
that t women were more oro or tr less P < s rouchly
handled handle The audience comprised comprsed almost almostas
as a many man women as men menMr menIr menMr
Mr Ir Debs was accompanied accmpanie by b his wife wifeand wifl wifeanI
and two other women and was welcomed welcomedwith welcomedwith
with wih tumultuous tumuluous applause applauseThe avplnuseThe applauseThe
The speaker tpeaktr referred reftrre to the recent reent coal coalstrike coalstrko coalstrike
strike strko In the anthracite anthrcie region rtslon in Penn Pennsvivanla Pennslv8nl PennylvanIa
svivanla s where the mine owners wner he hecharged hecharse hocharged
charged charse lix Ix the rate rte of wage wage wages Conflnu Conflnuinc Contlnu1m
inc l eer he said nid nidLet Id IdLt
Let Lt me ask both parties rtc what hat they theywill theywi theywill
will wi do to rescue reSue the wagewirncrs wage ren from fromserfdom fromserfdom fromerfdom
serfdom s No matter mater whether the Demo Democrate Dpmocrtsor
crate crtsor or Republicans Relbfcans win there thfre will wlbt bt btuo b buo
uo change In the condition conditon of the laborer laborerIn
In a u few years loner the middle class classwhats clastwhat
whats what left Jf of It I win wl be in the working workingclass workingllat workingclass cass casswhaCe
class llat The era er of small smal production producton has hasgone ha hagone hasgone
gone If I you have 1 it few dollars dolRr left Itf the thebest te tett thebest
best tt thing you can do is s to Invest Inv t It I in insocial in8caIIJrppglmdn iiisocial
social 8caIIJrppglmdn 8caIIJrppglmdnIn propaganda propagandaIn
In the concluding conCudln part of of his speech speechMr secl speechMr
I Mr 1r Debs said saidI sid sidI
I would scorn or to hold public pUblc office ofce We Wewant Wewant c cwant
want only onl the votes of those thos who are in intelligent Intel InlelilCent ¬
I telligent tel ent enmesh enouph to know what they the are arcvotinK areyotnJ arevoting
voting yotnJ for Free yourselves ourelves before you youfree youfree u uI
free fre the Filipinos 1lplnos You are the property propertyof proertof
of your masters mater Captain Captaln owns the tools toolsand toolsao tOOlSand
I and ao the th tools own you youIf youI youIf
If I the tle Hag nug Is the symbol of slavery slave I Idefy IdeCy Idefy
defy It I and If I thin thl be treason let them themmake themmake themmake
make the most of It ItSTEVENSON i iSTEVENSON ItSTEVENSONIN
STEVENSON STEVENSONIN IN I INDIANA INDIANAAddresses ININA ININAAddresses INDIANAAddresses
Addresses Crowds at Several Hoosier HoosierTows HoosierTowns
Towns TownsLa Tows TowsLa TownsLa
La Porte Ind Oct Oct 30 OAdlal Adlai E EStevenson EStevenson
Stevenson Stevenson Democratic DemolraUc candidate for forvice forvice forvice
vice president began begj speaking today at atNorth atorth atNorth
North orth Vernon Ind IndAfter IndAfer mdAfter
After Afer that he spoke at Seymour and andColumbus anl andColumbus
Columbus during the day da and at La LaPorte LaPorte
Porte Porte at night nightEMPIRE nightEMPIE nightEMPIRE
EMPIRE EMPIE Ml AIISTOIJEFENSE TO DEFENSE COST COSTWashington COSTVashin COSTWashington
Washington Vashin ton Oct Oct 30 OThe The success of ofcoast oflOst ofcoast
coast lOst defense is the one subject con considered considerd considered ¬
sidered siderd in the annual report of J M MWilson 11 11VUson MWilson
Wilson chief of engineers en lneer Generally Generallyspeaking Generly Generallyspeaking
speaking he reported reporte the most grati gratifying gU gUfyhig gratitying ¬
I tying progress in the execution eXEcuton of thevarious the thevarious thevarious
various projects prject during the tscal fiscal year yearSome yearSome yearSome
Some of the points of interest treated treatedby treatedb treatedby
by b General Wilson Uson are as follows followsAttention folows followsAttention
Attention Atenton has been given to the sub subject subject subject ¬
ject of coast defenses for Porto Rico Ricoand Ricoand Ricoand
and the Hawaiian Haalan islands and in view viewof viewt viewof
t i of the importance of these Island pos possessions possessions
1 sessions General Generl Wilson Vison says improve improvements improveI improvements ¬
ments mEnts for their defense shduld be b de deferred deferred tieferred ¬
I ferred no longer San fan Juan de Porto PortoRico PortoRico PortoRico
Rico harbor improvements involve an anestimated anestimated
I estimated estmated expenditure of 1800000 for fordefense forI fordefense
defense Preliminary Prelminry projects project for Pearl Pearlharbor Pearlharbr Pearlharbor
I harbor harbr and Honolulu are also already alreadyavailable alreadyI alreadyavailable
I available avaiable and ready for execution executon as asj assoon
j I soon as a congress congres shall shal appropriate the tbeI thefunds
j I funds
War Causes Haste HasteThe Hate HateThe HasteThe
The war with Spain had the effect effectof efect efectof effectof
of hastening the work on the coast co t de defenses defenses detenses ¬
fenses and now ten years ears after afer the thework thework thework
work began an in earnest cnrest the chief en engineer enI engineer ¬
gineer giner is able to report reprt that 50 O per percent pr prcent percent
cent of the defense defen work Is complete completeTwentyfive completeTwentYfve completeruentyfive
I Twentyfive TwentYfve of the principal lrlncipal harbors harbrs of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the United Inied States now have a sufficient sufficientnumber sufclent sufclentDumbr sufficientnumber
number Dumbr of heavy guns gns and mortars in inplace inI inplace
I place to offer ofer an effective efectve defense defenseagainst defenseagainst defenseagainst
against naval attack atack Existing Existng projects projectsj proJecto proJectocontemplate projectscontemplate
j contemplate the mounting mountng of about 480 480l 410gurfor
l sun5 gurfor un for sea s < a coast defense of 5SO rapid rpid rpidfre rapidlIre
j fire fre guns gns and about 900 90 mortars mOltars at an anapproximate analproximate anapproximate
approximate total totnl cost of 5 iIOOO J000GOO < Up Upto
j to the present presnt time tme provision has been beenj beenmade
j made for the emplacement of o 309 heavy heavyi heavyguns
i suns 3G8 rapid fire guns and 372 mar mortars martars
I f u3 u3i u3wa
E tars The armament Z placed r cJ during i the thewar thewar
war wa in temporary emplacements will willi wil wilI willbe
i I be transferred n r in time to permanent permanentworks permanentworks e
I I works or but the temporary t rt rtn work n r rI will be beheld beheld
I held h in reserve e for an emergency emergencyAttention emergeneyAttention
e7 it iteerfiCY eerfiCY
eerfiCYrg
I Attention t is nvited to the urgent urgentI urgentneed rg nt
I I need for an Increase Inlrense of the artillery artilleryarm nrtler artilleryarm
arm of the service which Is now too toosmall tooentaIl oo oosml
small sml to take take care of the costly costy and androirolex andoDDl andcomplex
I complex oDDl x defense works worksThe wotks voCksThe
The total of the etmlt estimates submitted submittedon
on account of fortifications fortfcatons for the next nextyear net netyear nextyear
I year is SS71R000 76O and of this amount
4710000 7100 is on 01 account of the construe construction cnstre construethou ¬
thou of gun un and mortar batteries bateres and andposition andpiton andposition
position piton finders findersEstimates fnders fndersEstmates findersEstimates
Estimates Estmates For the te WestAmong West WestAmong
Among the estimates estmates above 25000 25000for 200 200for 2d0O0for
for the te river rver and harbor works next nextyear nextyear nextyear
year are the following followingMissouri folowing folowingMisuri followingMissouri
Missouri Misuri rver between Stubbs Stubb Fer Ferry Ferr Perry ¬
ry r Mont font and Sioux Sioux City CI la Ia Ia 5200000 5200000San OOOO OOOOSn 00000 00000San
San Sn Diego harbor harllr Cal 248000 smo San SanPedro SanPedr SanPedro
Pedro Pedr harbor Cal 150000 15000 San Luis LuisOblspo LuisObispo LuisObispo
Obispo harbor Cal 75000 7OOCuquUe 7OOCuquUelier Coquille Cuquilleriver Coquilleziver
river Oregon Oregn G mOO GOO0 > 000 Siuslaw Slu law river riverOregon rler rlerOrgQn riverOregon
Oregon OrgQn 35000 300 canal at Cascades Casade Co Columbia Columbia Columbia ¬
lumbia river Oregon 590600 590600Another 100000Another 06
Another item Iem is 5380000 3000 3S0O00 for improve improvement improvement improvements ¬
ment ment in the Yellowstone Yelo vstone National Nationalrark Natcnal Natcnalrark Natienalrant
rant rarkCHIP rark rantC1NA
0 0CHINA
CHIP OFFERS OfERS OFLEIISTOPAYG TQ PAY 816 BI SUM SUMi SUMLondon SMLondon
i London Oct Oc 30 3uThe iOThe The Chinese Chlneo plenipo plenipotentiaries plenipt plenipOtentianies ¬
tentiaries t ntare opened opene negotiations neooUators sets 618 the theShanghai theShanghai theShanghai
Shanghai correspondent c rrespondent of tho Dally Dal Ex Express Expres Express ¬
press pres by proposing prplng that tht China should shouldpay shouldy shouldDay
pay y an indemnity of o C40000000 4 009e60 0 sterling sterlingn
In n sixty Ilxty installments Instalments agreeing alreelng that the theLlkin theLlkn theLiktn
Llkin and customs service serice should Ihould be beunder l beunder
under foreign control until the obligation obligationshould oblgUci obligationehettd
should be discharged dischargedThey dlschane dischargedThey
They The also agreed agree that Prince Tuan Tuanshould Tuanfhould Tuanshould
should fhould be imprisoned Imprsone for life that Tien TienTain Tlon TlonTan
Pain Tan should be treated trete as an Interna International Internatonal internstional ¬
tional tonal district distrct and that other places placesshould placesshould
should be opened opfned to foreign trade tradeChina trde trdee tradeChina
China r a undertakes e eAatlo to abstain from t pur purehaslnc purclearing
mo moto
clearing e war material abroad r In order orderto orderto
to ralre rle the Indemnity Indlmnly she proposes IJropOBc to todouble todoue todoue
doue import imDortReforer duties dutiesBeformers dutiesReforsiers
Beformers Reforer Arsenal Aenal Explodes ExplodesHongkong Exlcds ExlcdsHongkong ExplcdezHongkeng
Hongkong Oct 30 3A LA A serious serous explosion explosionoccurred elosion elosionOurred explosionoccurred
occurred Ourred at < t Canton Sunday Sunca morning mortg
Four hou houl houses s near ner the governors yam yamn yamnWfrt yarnntestc n nwere
were Wfrt destroyed d tryed and many persons perons were werekilled werekie werekilled
killed kie It I is said Id that the scene of tOe Uieexplosion U1eexplosion tOeexplosion
explosion was ws the reformers reforers arsenal arsenalwhich arsn41 arsn41wlch arsenalwhich
which was W8 full ful of powder owder and guncotton guncottonand guncotionand
gncUjn gncUjnand
and that tht the object obJe t was s to t destroy destry the theyamen te temen teeyemen
yemen yamenGeneral yemenGeneral men
menGner General Gner Wisn Wilson Ordered Orered Or lered Sack SackWeshlncton Dak 3akWeshincton
Weshlncton YPfhlmon Oct 30 3rders 30Orders Orders have been beensent beensent beensent
sent to o Pekin detaching detacilng General Generl Jams JamsWilson am amisn
Wilson isn from duty as chief of staff stat under underGeneral undtr undtrGeneral underGeneral
General Chaffee Charee and directing directng him to re return return ¬
turn to the United Unied States Stte It I has Deen Deentha Den Denhe neenthe
the purpose of the t government v to make makeGeneral makeGeneral
General he Wilson Yl of f the l projected roje iO iOA iOan Amen American A Amencan ¬
can < an commission commision to treat with the Chinese Chinesesovernment Chlnele Chlneleov Chinesegoterntnent
sovernment ov rmnt for u settlement pettement but the theabandonment theabndonment theabandonment
abandonment abndonment of that tht plan pl in favor of di direct 41 41t dimeet ¬
meet t negotiations through Minister I Con Conger Conget ¬
get made UI it t unnecessary e i To i retain Y Wil Wilson Wihson f ¬
son QI in China China
BRITIS WAGINGW WI6INGWAR ARON ON BOER BOERorlwN
WOMEN AND TAKING PRISONERS
Craddock Cape Colony Oct Ot 30 iOTjie The TheDutch T e 1 I
Dutch church is the only building buldlng left leftstanding lefttanding
standing stding s in Bothavllle Bothavle owing It Is Issaid Issaid
said s to t the strong strn British measures meares I I
More Mor Boer women have been deport deported deporte
ed e o tt from frm Jagersfontein Jagersfonten They were sent sento
to t o Bloemfcnteln Blomfontein where they are im imprisoned imrisoned ¬ I Ii
prisoned p with h others other a few miles out outaide
aide s i ide the city cr mies I ICae
Cape Cae Town Oct Oc SO 3Geneal 00General General Brabeit Brabeitwho Bra bet betwho
who has been
ben appointed appoited to superintend
te t i reritng recruiting of the Cape Ireglar irregular I I
CIVil SERVICE COMMISSION FINDS FINDSREPUBLICANS FINDS1EPVBLCINS
REPUBLICANS GUilTY OF R ROIIBRY BBERY
Washington Yashlngon Oct 30 ZOThe The civil ser service servic servies ¬
vice vic commission has just completed in investigations iu1esUgatons IIIYestigatjons ¬
vestigations 1esUgatons of charges char of violations violatons of ofthe ofthe ofhe
the t he civil civi service law mostly mosty of pout political polt poltIcal poutal ¬
ical i al
assessments asesment and circulation
against aginst federal federl officials ofcials whose circulaton names
are withheld in Philadelphia Phiadelphia Louis Louivie ¬
yule vie Cincinnati Cincinnat Topeka Kansas Kansa City Clt
Birmingham Jersey Jerse City Ci and in Iowa
Louisville LouisvJe Ky Oct 30 30The The Evening EveningPost EveningPost EveningPost
Post today prints print an affidavit afdavi of Fin Finley Finley Finicy
ley B Anderson Anderon a telegraph telegaph operator operatorwho operatorwho operatorwho
who testified against aginst Caleb Powersconvicted Power Powers
convicted of complicity complciy in the murder murderof murderofGoernor
of ofGoernor Governor Gocbel Gobel in which Ander AnderVson Anderson Anderson
son denies certain important ImpoIrt Impott nt state statements stat statments statements ¬
ments ments that that he made on the witness witnessstand witnessstand witnessstand
stand in the Powers Power trial Anderson Andersontells Anderon Anderontels Andersontells
tells tels of meeting meetng Attorney Atorey Campbell Campbel in inCincinnati InCincnnat inCincinnati
Cincinnati Cincnnat and continues in his affi affidavit af affidavit ¬
davit davitColonel davitColonel
Colonel Campbell amp1l told me that Joe JoeOwens JoeOwens JoeOwens
Owens had told him that I had said saidthat saidthat
that Caleb Powers Power at the hotel in Bar Barbourville Dr Drburme Barbourvllle
bourville burme prior to the 25thof 25th of January Januaryhad Januar Januaryhad
had used these words speaking of Wil William Wil11am Vi ¬
liam lam Goebel GoebelIf
u If we cannot lnnnot get him killed kled and it itis itis itis
is necessary neleSSaij I will wU kill ki him myself mysclf I Isaid Isal Isail
said sal to Mr Campbell Campbl that I had told toldno toldno toldno
no one any such thing thinS and that Pow Powers Powers Powers ¬
ers had not made such a statement to tome tomt tome
me mt Campbell Campbl and Owens insisted I Ihad Ihad Ihad
had made such sUlh a statement and I aC aCterward aCterward atterward
terward upon Campbells Campbels suggestion suggestionsat suggeston suggestonsat
sat down and wrote ete out a statement sttement in inwhich Inwhich Inwhich
which I included the foregoing for olnS state statement stateCent statement ¬
ment Cent of Powers which was untrue untre in inevery ineery inevery
every particular partcular and upon the trial of ofCaleb oCCal ofCalsb
Caleb Cal b Powers Pover I swore swor to it I as a n fact factwhen ract factwhen
when in truth trth it i was wa not a fact factI fact
I remained in Cincinnati Cincinnat after afer this thisconversation tbisconveraton thisconversation
conversation converaton with wih Mr MI Campbell and andsome andsome antisome
some time tme after afer that Mr h Arthur Goe Goebel Goebl Goebel ¬
bel bl In his store upstairs on the fourth fourthfloor fourthfoor fourthfloor
floor foor where I had gone at his request requestasked rquest requestasked
asked me If l Powers Power had not in my pres presence presence ptesence ¬
ence at Barboulvlie Barbourville In January Januar said saidto saidto saidto
to me in substance these words refer referring reerrinJ referring ¬
ring rinJ to William Yiiam Goebel Goebl They say sy he hewears hewear heuearn
wears wear a coat of mail mai but it wont do dohim dohim dohlm
him any good or something similar simiar to tochat tothat tothat
that I told Mr 11 Arthur GoeToel that thatPowers thatPower thatPowers
Powers Power had never said aid anything of the thesort ther he hesort
sort r in my m presence preenee to tothe the th best o of my myknowledge myknoutedge I Ikno
knowledge kno Icd e He told me to think and andsee andfee antitee
see fee if I eould not n t remember 1 could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not remember remembr such a remark rmark and I
In some of these cases caes the comrnis comrnissipn eommisslsm commissipn
sipn has ha recommended rommnded to the various variousexecutive yarlousexecutve variousexecutive
executive executve departments departmets to which the ac accused accused accused ¬
cused officials fcah belong blong the prosecution prosecutionand prsecuton prsecutonand
and dismissal of the latter later and in other othercases otherI
I cases cses action acton has ha not yet been ben taken tken tkenI takenI
I Investigations Investgtons in other cities cites are in Int inprogress
j progress progefS The commission refuses to todisclose todisclose
t j disclose names or any an details detis concern concer concernbig
1 ing these cases ces
SALISBURY ALISBORY GIVES UP THE FOREIGN FOREIGNOFFICE FOREIGNOFFICE
OFFICE TO lORD LANSDOWNE
LQndon Oct Oct 31 3The 11The The following rolowlng Import Important important Important ¬
ant announcement appears appear this thi morning morningn
in I n the Dally Daly Telegrph Telegrphe Telegraph TelegraphWe
We Vo e understand undertand that after afer mature matureconsideration matureconsideration
consideration considerton Lord Lrt Salisbury Salsbur has decided
to t o rpssn resign the foreign foreig secretaryship seretnrshlp
which will w1 be transferred trnsfcre to the Marquis Maruis
of Lansdowne Although Alhough the health of
healh
the prime minister ministr gives g1cs no cause for foranxiety forunet foranxiety
anxiety unet we believe that he is largely in ¬
fluenced by the counsels of his largely medical
advisers advisersReferring udlsers advisersReferring
Referring Refering editorially edioral to the appointment
of o the Marquis Maruis of Lansdowne Lnsdowne to the
Madrid Oct Oct SO 0Severai Several Severl bands of ofCarlists orCarlsts i r ICatlists
i Carlists Carlsts have appeared appared In the te neighbor neighborhood nel neighborhood ¬
hood hod of Barcelona Barcelona Three Thre priests prest hbrI have havebeen haveben havebeen I
i been ben arrested arOtld there In connection connecton with withthe wih withthe i i
the Carllst activity actviy Their quarters quarter were weresearched weresearched
searched and important documents documentsfound documcntsfound documentsfound
found foundThe foundThe foundThe
I I
The Carlist Crlit movement tovcment was timed tmed to tocommence tocommence tocommence
commence a fortnight ortnl ht hence but it
broko out prematurely premature
A band of thirty Carlists arc reported
to be near Berda a town fortyone miles milesnorth mie milesnorth I
north of Barcelona
forces fores appeals app als to t the te men mel to come comeforward cme cmeforward comeforward
forward alleging alegng that under present presentconditions prst prstcndIton presentconditiona
conditions cndIton anything anytln like lke a general enel re return r return ¬
turn of refugees r ules is impossible impossibleBfoemfontein Img0slble imposstbleBtoeiuonitetn
Bfoemfontein Bloefontein Friday Frday Oct Oct Octtelegraph 26 6T The Thetelegraph e etelegaph
telegraph telegaph lines lnes are ar still sttl Interrupted interupted and andmalls andmans andmails
malls delayed delaye owing to the Boers Boer de derailing tierailing ¬
railing ing a train trin ten miles mles south of o Eden Edenburg Een Eenbul Edenburg
burg bul AH Al Boers Bor over 14 1 years ye r of age ageliving agelving ageliving
living lving outside outide a radius rdius of ten te miles milesfrom mUesfrm mitesfrom
from frm Bloemfonteln Blemfonten are ar surrounded surrunded by byBritish b bBriIsh byBritish
British BriIsh troops trops and brought here to pre prevent pre preent prevent ¬
vent ent their rejoining the te commandoes cmmand e
I foreign foreig office ofc the Daily Dal Telegraph Telegph ap ¬
proves reU it especially in I view e of f the fact
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that Lord Salisburys s snf influence nf will li lipreside still stillpreside stillpreside
preside over the foreign policy of Great
toreg polcy
Britain BritainLord Brtain BritainLord
Brtainu
Lord Salisbury u came to London n vester
day and paid I a long Ig visit i t to the g foreign foreignoffice t toreignoffice
office ofce wher where he received recpivE Lord Lansdowne Lansdowneand Lnsdowne Lnsdowneand
and after afer him the th Duke of Devonshire DevonshireI Devonshlr
I There here is little Itte doubt oubt that the Daily
j Telegraphs information 1 0 IO is correct The Theappointment Theappointment
appointment t of Lord Lansdowne 1 d tWh whose whosecontrol whosecontrol
control of the tht war office ofce has been so soseverely soseverely soseverely
1 severely some dissatisfaction dissatifacton condemned cnndemnf will wil probably cause causesome eu eusome causesome
PREMATURE CARL CRLIST 1ST UPRISING CAUSES CAUSESACTIVITY CRUSESIcTIvITY
ACTIVITY BY GOVERNMENT GOVERN ENT FORCES
Gendarmes Gendares searched scarchf the country Countr house houseof houseof
of a brotherinlaw of the Duke of
Solferlno and seized several severl rifles riflesThe rifes rifesThe riflesThe
The troops have received receved orders to hold holdthemselves
themselves them lve in readiness to set fet out for L
Catalona Catlona at a moments notice noticeThe notc notIceThe
The Forces who are following folowing the theCarlists theCarnsts theCarhiats
Carlists In the Badalona district have al already already already ¬
ready arrested sixteen sixten Passengers Pa ener who whoarrived whoarived whoarrived
arrived arived in Barcelona Brcelona today toay say that they theysaw the thesw theysaw
saw sw a few bands in the districts dtstrlct crossed I
by their trains trainsThe trins trainsThe
The Te Duke of o Solferlno SoUerno has disappeared disappearedMore disappeare
More than ICO 10 workmen wokmen have left leftBofoga lefiBafota
Bofoga fo for a a destination deltnaUon not disclosed disclose
WITNESS ADMITS HE COi COMMITTED COMMITTEDPERJURY r ITTED ITTEDI
I
PERJURY TO CONVICT CALEB POWERS
know that Powers PCwer never never did make such sucha
a remark remar or anything anthln resembling rsemblng it in inmy inmy iiimy
I my presence but being bing urged urgd by Ar Arthur Arthur Arthur ¬
thur Goebel Goebl I finally tnaly concluded to state stateI statethat
j I that he did make such a statement and andso an I Iso
so s swore upon the trial which testi testimony tesumon testimony ¬
mony mon was 1a false falseBefore falseBefor
° Before Befor making my statement to toCampbell toCampbel C
toC
Campbell Campbel Wharton Golden told me to tomake tomake tomake C
make it i as strong as possible as they theyreferring theyreferring theyreferring
referring to Campbell Campbel and Goebel Gobel Goebelwould
I I would take tke care cre of me and protect me m I Idesire I Idesire
I desire desir now to say that1 that I never had but butone butconveraton butone
one conversation converaton with wih Caleb Powers Powersand Power Powersand
I and nd that was wa In relation relaton to my going goingto gointo
I to Frankfort Fnkfort with the men on the 25th 25thof 2t1of th thI
of January Jlnuar and at no place was the thename thename thtname
I name of William Vliam Goebel Gobel mentioned mentone or orreferred orI otreferred
referred referrd to In any way wa or in any con connection connecton connectiott ¬
nection necton by Caleb Powers PowersI Power
I I desire furthermore furthenore to state stte that thateither thateiher thaieither
either eiher upon the occasion of the first firstconversation frt frtato firstconversation
conversation = ato with wih eampbl Campbell or the dayafer day dayafter da daafter
after afer I received from him 110 10 In cash cashand cashand cashand
and since that conversation converat on I have re rei r received
i ceived from frm him both before befor and after afteri aler alerI
i I was a witness witnes at Georgetown Geor etown in the thePower C CPowers
I
I Powers Power case various yarous sums of money moneyand
and I have since such conversation conversationi conversationwith
converton convertont
i t with wih Campbell Campbl and Arthur Goebel GObl re rei r receiwtd
i i ceived cei d from Arthur Goebel Goebl various variousi vatloutsums
i I sums aggregating abgatng about abut 1100 300 3 and upon uponone uponone uporone
one occasion 10 from Justus Goebel GoebelI
Gebel GebelI
I The last Iact sum I received was wa on Tues Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday
day Oct Oct 23 3 1900 which was 35 given givenj
j to me by Colonel Campbell Campbl at his office officein ofce ofceIn Officein
in Cincinnati Cincinnat Just prior pror to giving gving me methis m mthis mthis
this 5 Campbell Campbel had telephoned to toArthur tc C CArthur
i Arthur Goebel to come to his office officeI efce efceI officewhich
I which Goebel did and when he arrived arrivedI arived arivedI I Iat
I I at Campbells Campbels office ofce he went into a pri private private private
vate office ofce with wih Campbell Campbel and Camp
I bell came out and handed me 13 13Anderson 5 5Anderson
ln fe
Anderson Uu further e gives alleged dates datesand i iand
and thus details detais and concludes his affidavit affidavitthus afdavi L Lthus
thusI
I believe beleve my m testimony testmony In the trial trialof trialof I Iof
of Caleb Powers Power aided aloe in his conviction convictionand cnvicton convictionand
and I am unwilling unwiing longer to suffer suter in inconscience inconscience it itconscience
conscience by the thought that the thefalsity thefalsity
falsity falsit of my statements have aided In Inconvicting it itconvicting
convicting convictng Caleb Powers Power
NEW YORK COURT DECIDES THAT THATPORTO THATPORTO
PORTO RICAN CANNOT BE CITIZEN
Now cw York Oct 30 30The The application applcatn of ofFrank ofFrnk ofFrank
Frank Frnk Ju Jmube rbe a a Porto lllcan for a per peremptorv ncremptory r remptoo
emptorv writ wri of mandamus directing directng th thboard thboard ho hoboard
board of registry to register him as A Avoter avoter
voter on the t ground that t he became ar arAmerican atAmerican
American I n by virtue 1 of f ft the cession l sPt of Tep Tepto For Porto Forto ¬
to Rico Rio by b Spain Spin to the United Unied Suites Suiteshas State Stateshas
has hi be b been < n denied by b Justice Justce Friedman lreman Friedmanthe m mthe u uthe
the supreme sUrere court
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cag and wife Vllam Kansas A E McKenzie l1cKenzle Wit William Wit11am Vi ¬
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New ew York V C Metcalf Metel Pullman Pulman IlL 111B Il IlLB
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Ij Smith Smih Eureka Burek J R R Winchester New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York L Tom Bottenlll Botcnl Buffalo Bufalo N Y A AF AF
F Burton u o O Ogden den H A Boyer Denver DenverMrs DenverMrs n
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Mrs E J 1 Thompson 1t 1tBle St Joe rM Mo Ed Edwin Edwin J Jwin ¬
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B Moer l0tr Milwaukee 1nwauke Gus Lippmryi Llppm Phil Philadelphia Phi Philadetphia ¬
adelphia Charles Zenner New York YorkTJ lork lorkThe ork orkTKe
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Chicago Chlego Mrs Mr E E P PJohnson Johnson Johnon Stoekenier StoekenierChlego Corinqe CorinqeThe Cornqe CornqeI Conlme ConlmeThe
The Knutsford KnutsfordY W Keuffel Keufel and wife wifeand wireNew wife wifeNew
I New York H B Nihols Nichols Oakland Mr Mranti ir irand
and Sirs lIrs Cornelius Corelus Gardiner Gariner and son sonWashington sonI sonWashington
Washington D C H I O Rose Peters PetersMilt Peter Petersburg
I bu burg Vashlngon 3lich ch 1 R it Hogs Hares Detrit Detroit Itob Itobert
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Justice Justce Friedman Predman in his decision says saysthat s saysthat s sthat
that the treaties treate taking over oversthe the island islandof
of Porto Rico did not notemake make mke the inhab inhabitants Inhabiant inhabtents ¬
tents iant of the territory citizens citzens of o the thoInited th thI thelnited
I Inited lnlpd States Stte but on the lie contrary contrr left leftthe Itft ItftI leftthe
the determination deh rlnaton of their civil rights rightsand righi rightsend
and of their political status statUf to the future futureactlbn futurcacUbn futureactIOn
poltcl tle
I actIOn of congress congrss which has not yet yetacted yetacted et eta
acted a ted
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L L Marker Chicago Chicgo O K Cook Cok New NewYork NewYork ew ewYor
York Yor Li L M 11 MUner Miner and family fami L L D DMllner DMUner D3tllner
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COL iiL TRU TUBO BO IS 1 B BA BAI BAProminent CK CKI CKProminent
I I
Prominent Utah Republican KepublicanSays Republcan RepublcanSas RepublicanSays
Says Bryan Will YiI Carry Car State StateAN StateI StateN State1 State14N
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AN 4N N EXPANSION EXANSION TALKSEPEHS TAK TALK TAIJKREFERS
1 1RFRS
REFERS RFRS TO BOIiTEBS AND ANDTEIiS ANDTELLS
OLn OLnT
TELLS T OF SIS 1S GOLD GOL QOL 2HNE 2HNEAfter X XI XAfer IIINIAfter
I
After Afer an absence absnce of a a little ltle more than thana thana
a a year Colonol Isaac Isac Trumbo Trmb has h re returned r returned ¬
turned to Utah Uta to a tarry ta afev n a ft few weeks weeksrenewing wek weeksrenewing
renewing old friendships frendships and a enjoying enjoyinga eno ing inga
a vacation cton from close cs attention to his hismining hi hismining
mining minin interests intret In southern euthcIn California Californiaand CaUforla CaUforlaand CalifornianOd
and eastern eatem Oregon The Te colonel Conel still stillretains stI stillretains
retains his legal 1i residence rlencin in this tbl city cityan cit cityanti
an and i arrived arrive in time tme to register rglter for the theelection theeleton theelection
election electionAfter eleton eletonAfer electionAfter
After Afer a days observation observaton Colonel
Trumbo Trumb expressed exprssed the opinion opinin last lastevening JQstevening lastevening
evening that Utah 4s safely sel Democrat Demort ¬
ic for the presidential preidental electors l tor He is isan isn isan
an n ardent administration administrton Republican Republicanand Rpublcan Rpublcanand Republicanand
and regretted reeted that the outlook outok seemed seemedso seemel seemelso
so unpromising for
Republican Republcan success successin successin
in this state stte this year ear He expressed expressedthe exprs <
the hope hop however that he had mis misjudged misjUdged misjudged ¬
judged the situation siuaton As to California Californiathe Calforil Calforilte
the te colonel Is certain ltaln that It i will wI go Re Uepublican RepUblcn Republican
publican pUblcn by a larger larr majority majori than thanever thaneer thanever
ever everIn eerIn everIn
In a reminiscent way wa Colonel Tram Trumbo Trm Trmb Tramho ¬
bo b referred to the time tme four years er ago agowhen agowhen agowhen
when he was one of the delegates delegtes from fromthis frui fruithis frontthis
this state stte to the presidential prsidental conven convention conventon convenLion ¬
Lion ton at St St Louis LouisI
I notice he observed obsered that my mycolleagues mycOleages mycolleagues
colleagues cOleages who bolted ble that convention conventionare conenton conentonar
are ar now back bck In line lne that is with wih one oneexception oneecepton oneexception
exception ecepton I stand stnd now as a I stood stod then thenand ten tenand thenand
and think I have less le regret rget than the thegentlemen thegntemen thegentlemen
gentlemen gntemen who bolted ble and are now re recanting r recanting ¬
canting cntng on the stump
With a a merry mer twinkle in his eye the thecolonel thecolonel thecolonel
colonel added that his enemies must mustnot mustnot mustnot
not think that they can lose los him nor northat nr nrthat northat
that his friends can have reason rason to todoubt todoubt todoubt
doubt his loyalty 10 a1 to them and to the thewelfare thewelfare thewelfare
welfare of the state stateThe stateThe stateThe
The Colonels Mines MinesOf NinesOf
Mnes Mnesor
Of his mining minin operations opertons Colonel
Trumbo Trmb gives ample assurance assurnce that
they are ar fast fat making him far removed rmoved
from the condition condiion of financial fnancal want
At the Free Fre Gold group goup of mines at
Hedges Cal owned owne principally prinlpaly by
himself a daily dai average averge of of9 900 tons of ofore ofore ofore
ore is mined and milled mled by the cyanide cyanideprocess c nlde nldeproces i iprocess
process proces yielding a handsome hand5me margin marginof
of profit proft Three Thre hundred hundrd men are margn margnof em employed employe emplayed ¬
played ploye in the enterprise enterrIse The mine is I
developed to a depth dept of 1000 100 feet reet but butno butno butno
no stoping has been ben done below the 360 3 I
level although alhough the ore bodies run to
the deep The workings working are all al dry d dand
and in this venture he believes beleves he has hasa I Ia
a worldbeater gold mine mineOnly mineOnly mineOnly
Only forty fort men are ar employed employe at his I
Eureka Excelsior gold gld mine in east eastern eat eater eastera ¬
era er Oregon and the problem prblem of pump ¬
ing the water has somewhat smewhat retarded rtarded I
the payment of larger largr dividends dhdend divIdendssale A Asale Aale
sale of the property for a large lare sum is isnow isnow I Inow
now pending the colonel reports reportsRelative report reportsRelative
Relative Relatve to the proposed prpose construction constructionof
cnstrcton cnstrctonof
of a railroad riroa from Los Angeles to Salt
Lake Ll < e by Senator Clark and his asso associates assoelates ¬
ao aocIates
ciates Colonel Trumbo Trmbo fears that the
Southern Pacific Pacifc will wI yet head off ot the theproject theproject tinproject
project project He believes beleves that the two cities citieswill cites citeswi citietwill
will wi ere long be connected by rail ri di direct direct direct ¬
rect but it i is hi hip opinion that the
Southern Pacific Pacfc or the Santa Sant Fe will I
be tion ton the moving power pwer in the construe contrc ¬
o 0 0nURr
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HURT IN EARTHQUAKE INEA1I1IQUAKEPresident EARTHQUAKEPresident ElHQUAK
President of Venezuela Injured InjuredTwentyFive Ijured IjuredTventyFive InjuredTwentyFive
TwentyFive Killed KilledWashington Kie KilledOct
Washington aslington Oct Ot 30 3The 30The The state stte de department tiepattannt ¬
partment has received reeive the following followingcablegram f lovng lovngcablegr htoaini t tcablegram
cablegram cablegr from Mr Russell Russel secretary secrto of ofthe orthE o othe
the thE legation lcgton at Caracas Car Carac s concerning cJ1cering the theearthquake theerthquake the theearthquake
earthquake erthquake in which Cipriana Ciprna Castro Cstto stto the thepresident te tepresident tie C Cpresident
president of the
republic repblc was Injured injure
Caracas Caacs via Haytl Hlyt Oct Oet 23 0Secretar Secretary 1
of State Washington WashingtonSevere WashingtonSevere Ya8hlngtonSeere
Severe earthquake erthquake this thi morning morln morlngret
great gret damage to property propry several verl killed killedpresident kile killedpresIdent
president preIdent jumping from frm second send floor for of o
the government house houI leg 111 broken de dc ¬
tails tUs from interior later SienoO tSif eStsuedRUSSSLL SienoORUSSELL
RUSSELL
Caracas Carcas Venezuela Venezut1 Oct RtSSEL1 30 51Tester Yester ¬
days dfs earthquake destroyed tltryel the town of o
Guarena Guarenal resulting resultng in the loss ios of twenty twelty
flea lives livesNearly Ive lIvesNearly
Nearly the tl entire population ppulaton of Caracas Caracaspassed Crcs Crcspased Catacepassed
passed pased last night ni ht in the streets strets or squares squaresof tsqimreof uars uarsof
of the city cty Slight tremors following ollwin the thesevere theseyer th thsevere
severe seyer shocks have recurred rcured at varying yalug
intervals and still stU continue continueNEGRO cntnue cntnueC continueNEGRO
C a aNEGRO
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NEGRO BOY IS LYNCHED LYNCHEDEighteenZearOldYouth LYNCHEDEighteenYearOldYou LYNCHEDEighteenYearOldYouth
EighteenZearOldYouth EighteenYearOldYou Attempted Attemptedto Atempted Atemptedto i ito
to Assault Assaut a Girl GirlBirmingham Gir GirlBirmingham
Birmingham Ala Oct Oct 3At 30At At Duke Dukesixteen Dukesixteen Dukelxteen
sixteen miles north norh of Annlston an 1S 1SyearoM isyearold
yearoM erol negro negr boy named name Ab Atmth Abetnathey rnathy at attempted attmpted attempted ¬
tempted a criminal assault assul on the 14year 14yearold l liyearold year yearI yearoga
old adopted a daughter of o W V N Thomp Thompson ¬
son I a section oga ogatr foreman tr n no nn on n the hi Louisville LouisvilleNcshville iW iWcFhvme tt
s Ncshville road roadThe rod rodThe roadThe
The negro nego was captured CIture three hours hour af afterward afterar atterward ¬
terward terar identified Identfe o and c cArhduchess lynched lynchedArchduchess lynche lynchedArchduchess
Archduchess Arhduchess Weds Duke DukeVienna DukeViena DukeVienna
Vienna Viena Oct 30 3The 51The The marriage mara e of Arch Archduchess rch rchdurhE5 ¬
duchess durhE5 Maria lara Raineria Ialnera of Austria to toDuke toDuke ti tiDuke
Duke Robert Robrt of AVurtemburfr AVurtemburfrsolemnized urtembur was wasolemnlZd wa S Sntemniz
solemnized olemnlZd ntemniz l yesterday lterday In the chap chpl chapel or orthe o f fthe
the Holburg Holbur In thepresence the presnce presence of Emperor EmperorFrancis EmperorFrncis r rFrancis
Francis Frncis Joseph Jo epl and andthe the lie court court
MOVE IS SINIFCANT SINIFCANTKa BN1FLANT BN1FLANTKansas
Kansas Ka s City Cty Southern Soutlern Purchased PurchasedBy PnrdmsedBy
By Combined Interests InterestsONION Ilttrests Ilttrestst IlttrestsUNION InterestsUNION
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WAS WARDS A A RAILROAD EOA TRUST TUST TUSTI TRUSTNew
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New York York Oct Ot 30 30I 3tIt It is 1 learned lene en eneclent n nexcellent
excellent eclent authority authot that tt John W Gates Gateswho Gat Gatwho GateSwho
who recently rcenty purchased prase a controlling controllinginterest ntroliInginterest
interest Inter in the th securities suriie of the te Ken Kansas Kn Kns Kensea ¬
sea s Clti Cit Southern Southrn railroad rird has just justsold jut jutsold justsold
sold such suc control cntl to a syndicate syiete repre representing represeating ¬
seating senUn various dous connecting nntlng roads rs The Theiew Thenew Thenow
new iew purchasers purhl se include Inue James ame Still Stillman stl stlman Sdftman
Rockefeller in interest Interst interest ¬
representing the
man rprentng th nockeeUer
terest terst In i the Missouri 1sur Kansas KaR T Tea TeaCohen Texas TexasCohen xas xasCohen
the theUnion theUnion theUnton
Loeb Co representing
Cohen C rp entub
Union Union Pacific Pacfc E H I Harriman Hariman repre representing r rntinS tr trsenttng ¬
and andGeorge andGeore andGeorge
senting ntinS the t Chicago Chicg Alton Altn
George Geore Gould representing rprsentng the Missou Missouri Misu Misuri ¬
ri Pacific PacificThe Pacifc PacifcThe PacificThe
The sale sl is negarded grded as a decidedly decidedlyimportant deieb deiebImportnt decidedlyimporant
important one in southwestern suthwetern rail railroad ril rilrod railroad ¬
road rod Importnt circles crcls as a well wel as regarding regrdini Pa Pacific Pacic Pacitle ¬
cific cic coast Cst business busin In the first fn pl p4e p4eit place placeit e eit
it does do away with wit an active aetyc disturbing disturbingelement dlsturbinelement
element in the railroad rird situation siuatn and andin andin andin
in the next place it I relieves rUee the Kansas KansasCity Kan KanCJy KansaCity
City CJy Southern Suthem of the old imputation irputatln of ofbeing orbing ofbeing
being bing a road rd starting startng nowhere and andgoing andgoing andgoing
going nowhere nowhereBy nowher nowhereBy
By means mean of the new control it now nowbecomes nowbomes nowbecomes
becomes bomes a direct diret road r from frm Chicago Chicg to tothe tote tothe
the te gulf glf and by means of the Union Unionj UnionPacific
I Pacfc Pacific a direct rute route to the Pacfc PacfcI Pacific PacificSecurities
j I Securities Securte purchased purcbae by Mr Gates Gatesand Gatesand Gatesand
and by him resold rsld comprise cmpris about 1
500000 500 bondsand bnd bonds and about 2580000 50 stock stockThe stockThe
The deal del It i is 5 considered conctErd is only onl an another anothr another ¬
other othr step towards towards concerted concerte financial financialcontrol fnancial fnancialcontrol financialcontrol
control of the railroad riroad world worldINVITE worl worln worldINVITE
INVITE n VTE FRIENDLY FNLY RELATIONS RETONS RETONSNew RELATIONSI
I New Policy Polc For Southern Souter Pacific Pad e Un Under Under Under ¬
der President Hays EaysNew 1ay HaysNewYork
New NewYork York York Oct Oct 30 3The 30The The Mail Mal and Ex Express Expres Bapress ¬
press pres says today toda The appointment appintment of ofCharles ofCarles ofCharles
Charles Carles M I Hays to be b president resident of the theSouthern theSouthem theSouthern
Southern Pacific Pacfc company compny will wi mark markIhe markJe markie
Ihe Je ie beginning begnning of many mn important importantntanges ipormnt ipormntangs importantanges
ntanges angs anges in the western wetern railroad rirod situa situation siua siuaton sltuation ¬
tion ton as well as in the management of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Southern Souther Pacific Pacfc system itself itselfIn isel ItselfIn
In the first frt place lac Mr lr Huntingtons Huntingtonsagtrressive Huntngons Huntngonsalgesive Huntingtonsaggressive
aggressive algesive and independent fnde ndent policy pley with withreference withreference
I reference rrerence to competitors compttor will wil give way wayto wayto wayto
to a more mor friendly spirit spiri and it i can be besaid besaid
said sid that tht early ealy steps will wi be taken tken to torenew tornew torenew
I i renew rnew the old traffic trafc alliance aUian e on a a a basis basisclosely bis biscose basisclosely
closely cose resembling resemblng a pool poolMr poolllr poolMr
Mr llr Hays while whie with wih the Grand GrandTrunk Grnd GrndTrun GrandTrunk
Trunk Trun railway riway pursued purued a policy that thatwas thatwas thateves
was calculated Clculate to o make friends frends with withwestern wih wihweter withwestern
western weter roads and his intimate intmate knowl knowledge knonJeg ¬
edge of the Grand Trunks Trnks rival the theCanadian theCaadian t
eg Gran theC
Canadian Caadian Pacific Pacifc will wil enable him to toprotect toprotect HL C
protect the Southern Pacifics P clfcs through throughtraffic thrush thrushtrfc throughtrafilc L
traffic trfc to the Pacific Pacfc coast cat without witout irri irritating irrIttng ¬
tating ttng all al of the te other transcontinental transcontinentallines trcntnentl trcntnentlHnes i
lines as a Mr 111 Huntington Huntngon sometimes sOIetmes did didSo didI didC
So far as a the Pacific Pacifc Mail Mal Steamship Steamshipcompany Steamshipcompany Steamshircompany C
company is concerned it is now con considered considerd considered ¬
concere
I sidered siderd likely lkely that it i may ma be b controlled controlledbig contrled contrledin controlledIn
in te the joint interest of seerl several of te tebig the
big western railroads riros and that it I will willno wUtno witno I
no longer longr be used us as a a vhip hip handle by bythe bythe bythe
the Southern Soutern Pacific Paifc Such a joint con control cn cntl controt ¬
trot tl would make for 101 the improvement Imarovementof L Lof
of the business of all al the th railroads riroads and andall andaU ant I Iall
all would be b great geat gainers jralnersIt iner
I It I is said that tat Mr Hays has h been beengiven bn bnien beergiven
given ien to understand undernd that closer all alliances al allances ¬
ances ancs between betwen the western roads are arecontemplated areI 1 1contemplated
contemplated ctemplated and he will wil manage the theSouthern te teSouther theSouthern
I Southern Souther Pacific Pacfc along these tes lines linesi Jne linesIn
i In regard regr to the Southern Pacific Pacifc It itsl itself
I self sl Mr Ir Hays Ha will wil pursue purue much the thej thesm 1 1I
j I same sm policy pJC that he has on the Grand GrandI Grnd GrndI I II
I I Trunk Trnk and Wabash Wabh His constant aim aimha i ihas
I has ha been ben to cut down operating opertng ex e
I penses pnses without wihout injuring the th road roadA rd rdI readA
A more friendly frlendl policy poHc toward towar the At Atchison AtchIson Atchison
chison will wi be b pursued PUIue and it is ex expected expcted expected ¬
I pected that there will be
pcted wil some m under understanding understanding understanding ¬
standing between btwen the new companies companiesas cmpn cmpnU conipanl i I Ias
as U to new ne construction constMcton wherever their theirterritory teir thel r rterritory
territory terlor overlaps overla just ns fS In the case caseof ce ceof caseof
I of the New York Central Centrl and Penn Pennsylvania Pennslania Pennsylvania
sylvania sylvaniaAN slania sylvaniat
slaniaA
t AN A EASTERN EATRN INCENTIVE INCENTIVEViews ICNTIE ICNTIEI INCENTIVEViews
I Views View of Railway Riway Age Ag on Los 1Q6 Ange Angeles Age AgeI Angeles ¬
I les Project ProjectRailway ProjectRailway roject
Railway Raiway Age AseThe A AgeThe e eThe
The proposed prpsed construction of a rail railway railway ¬
ru ruwa
way wa between Salt Lake Lke and Los Ls An Angeles Angele Angales ¬
gales gele appears appar to be conditional cndiional upon uponnegotiations npn npnnegotatons a anegotiations
negotiations negotatons which whiCh are still stil pending
Senator SemLor Clark of Montana lontna who wh has un undoubtedly undoubtel andoubtedly ¬
doubtedly doubtel become beme largely larly interested intere in inthe inthe II i ithe
the Los Angeles Angfles Terminal Teminal railway railwaygave riway riwaygve railwaygave
gave gve the people pple of Salt Sal Lake Lke City Ciy to tounderstand t 0 0understand
understand undertnd at a recent rent public publc meeting meeUn meeUnt1at meeLinthat
that such a road would be built
t1at rd buit pro provided pr prowidest ¬
vided vIde certain cer ln inducements Inducemnt were wee offered offeredin I IIn
in the way wa ay of terminals terinals but made no nodefinite nodefnie Ce 11 11definite
route routeIt routeIt routeIt definite defnie promises promise in regard regar to time tme or orroute orroute o r rroute
It is now reported reprte that an under understanding underI understanding ¬
I standing stnding has been reached rea he with wih the theUnion te teUnion tie e
Union Pacific Pacifc whereby that company S
cmpns
branch brnch to Uvada a point pint on the Utah UtahNevada Utahi t tNevada
i Nevada Xevad line 306 3 miles mies southwest suthwest t
from frm Salt Lake Lke City Cit will wH form for part of ofthe ofthe o f fthe
the new route leaving leving about abut 400 40 miles S
to t be b built buit to Los Ancpi An A Aseem plo s sseem
seem sm at all p poahl nbahlf abahi > thastretch that thatstrtch tha thistretch 1
stretch strtch of existing eXistng line lne v vleled win si
leled Je and ad left IeIt et UBrnnrret UBrnnrretto Um1t uga eei anj h i dra drato i ito
to an a independent idlpEdn hidt i In interest interestconstructing mde a app aol 1 1s
s stub I it is als at PsIble r ssitte that appa the fs fsIfc
Bacific msmr he ire + I Ite a
Ifc b dirdlY y Inter5 Inter5the
te the L Los Angelf Angels Tnlnl Tminsi Tminsiapnstructtng interlte lh lhCn
constructing a short I f I ICalifornia
VJIL
Cn tng cut Ct to p 1
uth Utber Utberepttor la lacoOiptetitor
California clornl which hih would w < uld be b ra racompetitor
competitor epttor with wih the Southern Sthe b p s l US USbt
but bt it i is hardly hly likely lkely tha tat thagreat toc1n toc1npt 8 8mystery
great Pacific roads
pt Pat rds are going I Isoh
soh solve prtrlp partnership When he the thel tp tpmystery
mystery is removed it T f fthe
l r i rmve may aoi tt V
the Salt alt LakeLos
t LkeL Angles An eles pr prj r > tH
its lt incentive mcetve as a far far east et as a Luk Lk L i igaa M d dgR 4 4g
g gR gaa H JllClu JllCluLikes ICb ICbLkes C CLikes
Likes Lkes LikesLondon Americanaeaaagenient Ac XDlenl
London Lno Oct Oct 3s The Te first firstmeeting frt firstmeeting 4 =
meeting of the stockholders 1
ming o th sokhler e f th tirt
ban h Central Centr railroads rils was Wa heM h h
ho
iqtfay tJ tay and a a S 1i4 per p cent t dividend dividendwith diidPn
declared o ott preferred stock P
der perr a < k
T Todd ep expressed Clplete complete i iwith i1
with wih t the American Arl managonr manag slsfali a
mnnr
Cuba Cb and a said s he h was wa tonvm eon11coimnereai Vinj i i icommercial t
commercial cme outlook otl for ff the th isiUDihopeful isiUDi
hopeful hopul d dRailroad as asnaUr S SBailroaal
Railroad naUr Notes XvtesI Xo Xonh
I Mr Jr Bancroft hats returned
Baf b8 from
rture v
j nwth nh ncthw chi chiW l li
i W H Firth Frth rur returned to rvnv Ic IcRio npr r
1 Rio RI Grande Grne Western Wetrn JCo o 2 yeMrnUv Yf v vAssistant rh
Assistant Aistt General Genrl PassenL Ps Pascep PascepKennedy w
Kennedy of the Rock
Keney Rok Island l nd went a atoward
toward Portland tnt un unMe
towar Portlnd yesterday yesterdayth Ytery yesterdayMessrs
Me Messrs Eceleti J Burley ani anithe
th the Short Line left last Hls
th Lin lef lt evnin etnlng ci n fJ
Portland Portand to visit vt the O R X xFarmer v vFarmer
Farmer Farer Burfey Du Burfeypassedar4 e passed ar arU1 > ui uiyesterday I
p
lusis luscious appe apples frm from the Idah tit orn t > n
yesterday ee this thi particular prtilr asti asticoming
coming c lng from frm Payette PayetteThe Pete Pa3etteThe t tThe
The live fve monster tnste engines enne engin enginpurchased rrov rrovhandle
purhas purchased b by the Colordo Colorado Mid
handle hanle its It big b passenger plg r train trainthe trainth trainthe fl ano i
the th Colorado Cord mountains mountins are ar attru ttr ttra i ia Ar
a great deal of
gat de attention at tlD havinc havincput i
put on the road rd within the theof pas pa iuuT iuuTof
of weeks weeksSent weeksSent
Sent to Jail For Stealing CoaL CoaLNephl CojNephi
Nephl Vaughn a laborer wa a alies r v >
lies court yesterday charged w ith V >
ing 25 cents worth of coal fnrn the itt i p
Grande Western railroad railroadwas eonpativ eonpativwas
was alleged that Vaughn had hadabout tiif i
about IM pounds of coal from th yt ytand aV aVand
and appropriated it to his hisVaughn wn
Vaughn declared that he didnt did kn k r
he was doing wrong He said asi h aothers V
others taking the coal and h up e >
he had as much right to htlj hirr hirras hicas
as they Unfortunately for him tiiihe thuiL
he was caught and by way ot t ter a remia remiaer
er not to do it a again ain he was wasdays givtn u
days Imprisonment ImprisonmentPleasure ImprisonmentPleasure
Pleasure Drive Ends Fatally FatallyMemphis Fatafl FataflMemphis
Memphis Tenn Oct 30 30i A hrse hrseMiss h r rday
day became unmanageable i a
Miss Lillie Henlie to death and andinjuring in fat
Injuring her escort Lon Laswiii Laswiiiwas Lassiiwas
was taking her for a drive driveI driveSPAIN
I SPAIN BUILDS NAVY NAVYPlaces XAVYPlaces
Places Order In Prance For Twelve TwelveWarships TwelveWarships
WarshipsParis Warships WarshipsParis
Paris Oct 31 StAccenting According to i n nlelatin tt ttMatin
Matin the rebuilding of the
Spanish Spon Sponwilt fl 1 1will
will be entrusted to French build rs r rSpanish i iahish
Spanish ahish government says th the paptr pp r t I s sien c cgtcen
gtcen ien an order for eight ironclads l f fUQO t ttOO
tOO tone burden four armored
< r ui i f fSOOO
SOOO tons burden each and H lti turpd erp d
boats boatsThe boatsThe
The order is be
to executed within ua uaNotice t i iyears
years yearsNotice
Notice of Sale of Delinquent Stock StockTHE StockTHE
THE TBTRO MINING COMPANY OF 0
Tlntic Notice NotlceThere There are delinqu delinquupon eielinueupon
upon the following described stock stuskaccount a aaccount
account of assessment levied on a the Ib IT ITday 1 1day
day of September 19W the t he s vin vinamounts v vamounts
amounts set opposite the names nam of l lresuective sic sicresoective
resoective shareholders as follows followsNo tel a aNo
No No NoCert NoCent
Cert Shares Arc ArSI
SI 2 > Delos Lombard l It Itet Ki
61 James A Pollock l 10 rf > l l11S <
11S Georgette Woodman Sw tee 5
171 J H Cripps 1 10 VX I IIf
172 J II Cripps CrippsITS ic icIll
ITS J H CriDpe CriDpe3RJW IS > >
3RJW 515 W S Symons lftw 10 K Ki3WAV 1 1IV
i3WAV IV L > Kicot 5e > a a
I 404 t W V W V Calder low iesi4l
41 J H Mease l h I I4fl
I 411 H H Wright l 1PP w wI
I 412 S William H TibbaHs ltt i i4d1
4 4d1 M Kimball lP lP4T6 1 14T
4T 4T6 E A BrougU BrougU4W I I Iea >
4W William R Wallace T St St5K 4 4 4l9
5K l9 David Coleman M C Ca
523 a George W Crtemon 5W C
540 Ben D Lace 5 55SS 4i 4ises
5SS Tr T Dinwoodey 50 I ISKI 5 5SIS
SIS W R Wallace 10 ifia > 1 >
588 5 W V R Wallace 5 j >
613 J 1 J Harvey 5 < i
654 B Plaut SW 1 1Pat a a83S
83S Pat Kinsella lW t
641 Mrs W E Dawson 1 > K 1
6 645 Mrs W E Dawson 10M 111 111e
655 e H B Cote U Ie Iee J i iSO
SO e M M Miller 5 aS aSsiI i >
siI 71 II G Brockman S iw iwant
ant R A Ure Ureg4 25
g4 74 John JohnMcChymont McClymont McClymont18B1J pe peeat >
18B1J eat s M Mcintyre 5M s 5
92 2 Tacy Russell 5 5Wl >
Wl Mrs W J Mcintyre 1 lOtO lOtOIii
Iii H B Cote 45 5 5Mrs
7 Mrs W J McIntyre McIntyreBS i J JJ3S
J3S V w T Shriver 37 5 57ag
7 7ag 8 1L T McEwan McEwanTSi
TSi B Chrtetenson ChristensonAnti r
I And In accordance with the Ian I e eorder ar < l li
i order of the board of director madf < > a athe i ithe
the 17th day dat of September 10 li > many manyj V VI
j I shares of each parcel of said SSiI SSiIfl55y sict as asi
i may be necessary will be soM at the in inof > ffi ffiof
of the company Ko 6l 17 JJcCornik McCorni hoc bloonSalt hocSalt
Salt Lake City Utah on the l Ie h day i iNovember f fNovember
November 1969 at 1 oclock p m r t tdelinquent
delinquent assessment together with co coof r rof
of advertising and expense of o a aERNEST e
j ERNEST WILLIAMS WILLIAMSI ell tiN tiNi
i Secretary Tetro Mining Company Comp Compt of Tm Tmtlc
I t tlcSalt tlc ticSalt
Salt Lake City Oct IT i 1900
030EOfS 030EOfSBoys
GARDNER DAWYSTORE NEWS NEWSBoys
Boys overcoats any style any price priceU
U That would tell tel the story quickly
5 C But i if more interested in details read on
At 150 reefer style ages 3 to 8 large collar
5 5 f At 300 box cut style brown cheviot velvet collar well made madeages madeagcs3to
ages agcs3to 3 to 14 14At H HAt
At 500 Oxford mixture box cut style yelvet collar ages 3 to toG s
G 8 and same style at 600 for age 9 to J5 J5Raglan
fl Raglan style Oxford mixture 1200 paddock style Oxford mix mixture mixture p
ture 1500 1500efi i
efi
UNDERWEAR
05 Each day dayIn > 4n the Underwear sec section seetlon
tion shows a gain over preceding precedingday
4 day dayMust
Must be that people who come tell telltheir telltheir
their friends of the good values we weRive wegive
Rive and they come also alsoWell elsej
j Well Just give you a reminder of ofthe ofG
G the lots lotsAt lotsf
f At 1300 100 the suit afine camels camelshair camelshair
hair hairI
hairAt
I At SL50 the suit a good natural naturalwool naturalwool
wool mixture mixtureAt
At 1200 200 the suit uit a fine wool mix mixture mixIs
Is tare tureAt
At 300 the suit a a natural wool woolmixture woolmixture
mixture shirtJb doublebreasted doublebreasteddrawers doublebreasteddrawers
drawers with double seat seatAt seatAt
At 400 a fancy wool mixed shirt shirtand suitband
and drawers made same way as the theSOO theV
V 1300 SOO suit suitAt suitAt
At 1300 500 a fine cashmere cashmereAt
At 1300 800 all wool slovefittlne slovefittlneAt
At 100 200U350 fleecelined fleecelinedBoys fleece dined dinedBoys
Boys atfiOc 100 150 Pt00 200
GLOVES GLOVESWork
Work out of doors doorsThen doorsThea
Then you need gloves glovesHeres glovesHeres
Heres a glove stock y yea u cant go goastray goastray
astray on onThats onThatis
Thats what thousands have
found out outWe outWe
We can s sell ll you a sped glove for for60c
60c bilelined lined or unlined unlinedWe unlinedWe
We can sell you a better pair far far75c for71elined
75c 71elined lined or unlined unlinedWe unlinedWe
We can sell yrtu a pair for to UM
lined or unlined unlinedthat that ve kr know r you youcannot youcannot
cannot duplicate anywhere else for
less than 1325 1325Weve L25 L25Weve
Weve gloves for sigo 160 of fine Buck Buckreindeer Buckreindeer
reindeer finish finishriveted riveted and sewad sew sewseamslined
seams seamslined lined or unlined unlinedthat that are
the finest working gloves we can
buy buyWeve
Weve working gloves for boys boys30c
30c iOctoTPc iOctoTPcWeve to 75c 75cWeve
Weve dress gloves if you want
I them themsec
I sec to HJ0 2 0
SWEATEES SWEATEESiluet
Must be sweater week weekJudging weekJudging
Judging from the number g ging gingout ing ingout
out outOf Of course ail boys want toe ne and andse g gmany
many se ay men menof f
Of course most erf them i ce cehere ome g
here hereJust a t tJust
Just st hint of the styles stylesFor yis yisFor
For little fellows of S to S SstrepS SstrepSaud stripes B Band
and solid colors colorsSlIS lW and Sl Sllatter 150 150latter
latter with silk mixed stripes stripesFor i iFor
For bigger boys cotton ones onesand enetand
and The wool ones solid color at t t1LIeohlege g gSIM
SIM 1LIeohlege college colors Red and White Whiteand W nl nland
and Black and Red Red1L l5w ° these the thewith g gwith
with roll collars collarsWith 4 4With
With sailor collars coflaes1IIOifl tlf in Blue Blueand Iue Iueanti
and Black Green and ited itedtyldte wita witawhite
white stripes on collar and nd bottom bott bottof j
of skirt skirtFor ktrtFor
For men menseth soltd colors at L LL5 Leo LeoL5
L5 E5 3 150 150College B BCollege
College colors colorsL7 L75 i5e 10
Tomorrow well tell of some more things that are selling fast fastCaps f
Caps Shirts If you Tvant them before come in
One Price J P Gardner 136 to 138 I3SMainSt Main

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