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mo motU us camp > oJ f the t e striking 8tllldngQuarter m1pera m1peraquarter UueitA UueitAquarter
quarter of pr p a aIII1 jpifc RIL sgu Qk < h of Nort N Nqrt4Ipl Nqrt4Ipln QtJ QtJI < jy jyin
I in i n the soatbWrt zrt rt of this county countyi COda COdai
i a a thing of o the past Tonight there thereis
is L nothing left to d mark the rendezvous rendezvousof I
of those wo ftftecl fled th tk officers and andeven aJHIeven nd ndeven 1
even the courts and gave the state stateand stateand 5tataand
and county authorities so much trouble troubteduring troubkdurlDC troubleduriag
during the pUt two months save ash ashneap uha ashbei
neap and a th tIN itodal ma maJ tr of debris debrisIncident debrlllIdent debrisident
I
Incident Ident to camp life lifeAll lifeAll lifeAll I
All of the campers on which the sun sunrose auaroee stiarose
rose this morning with Ith the exception exceptionof
o of a few who escaped the officers are areprisoners areprt8Dnenl areprisoners
prisoners behind beh ul the bars of the county countyJail coun countyjafl y yl
Jail l charged ar l by > y County Judge Hail HaJlwith IilaUwith Hailwith
with a breach of the peace unlawfully unlawfullyassembling unlawfullyJlc unlawfullyaabiIng
assembling Jlc and J i banding together togethervwtojr toptbert togetherer7
vwtojr t vebT making the camp a menace menaceAnd 1MnaceAd menaceaaA
And terror to the publiC aeace ce The Thefoor ThetOur TheiOur
tOur large tents with all the camp campparaphernalia campparpherRalla campparaphernalia
paraphernalia were captured today todayand todayaJ tudayid
and id brought in with the prisoners prisonersLast prltlonersLast prisonersLast
Last Wednesday Wtdne da7 Judge Jud e Hall issued issuedan luuedaD
an aD a order commanding that t the union unioncajfip unionClnr unioncsLa
cajfip csLa at t Nortonville be suspended be befwg bet befuse
fwg t fuse Sunday S nda morning at daybreak and andthat ddthat andthat
that the campers do not assembleagain assembleagainin a emble n nIn
in the county Judge Hall afl Issued the theorder theorder theorder
order after receiving NCelvl sworn statements statementsfrom statemenlsfrom statementsfrom I
from more than 100 1O reliable men who whodeclared whodeclared whodeclared
declared that armed men m n going forth forthfrom forthfrom forthfrom
from tfceae e camps were were responsible for forthe forthe forthe
the nightly attack upon the mines minesand minesaJUt minesand
and upn the home of peaceable law lawabiding lawabldl1q lawabiding
abiding citiMUts He stated that the theunion theunion theunioi
union camp was an unlawful assembly assemblyof a
of men banded together t t1er for the purpose purposeof p rpoe rpoef
of destroying property and intimidat intimidating Inthh1atIne intimidatlug ¬
lug men who persisted in working workln In Independent Indedeat Indepsaident ¬
dependent of the United Mine Work Workers Worker Workers ¬
ers er of America who Jao have bad badrepre badreprePentatlH repre representative reproeentaU ¬
sentative eentaU in Hopkins county for more morethan morethan morethan
than a year trying to persuade and andforce andtwee andforce
force the miner min employed in the mines minesto I Ito
to Join their organization organizationJBdire orsanbationJwde I IJ1Idtfe
JBdire Hall made a careful Investiga Investigation Inyeitlgatlon ¬
tion beftrc acting and was then asp aspported aspported p pported
ported by the governor of the state stateand tateand stateand
and the entie military force forceDefied f fIHfied forceDefied
Defied ttie t1 e Court CourtAfter CourtAfte CourtAfter
After PreaWant Wood of f the United UnitedMine UnitedMine UnitedWorkers
Mine Workers and Judge Yost chief chiefcounsel eblefCOUQRI chiefcounsel
counsel for the union demonstrated demonstratedtheir
their intention not to t heed eed the orders of ofthe ofthe j
the court and hurled defiance in the theface thefaee theface
face of f the officers Judge Jud e Hall called calledon
on Adjutant General Murray for two twocompanies tWICOlftpallia twocompanies
companies of state gurrds from Math Madisonvilte M8diBonville Mathsonvllle
sonvilte and Hopklnsvllle The plans plansfor p1anstor plansfor
for carrying rlTlD out the order were com completed comp cornpleted ¬
pleted p lace night and a special train trainleft trainJtCt trainleft
left MisnvUe for the scene at C COcloek 630 630oci4mk M Moclock
oclock a a m today carrying Judge JudgeHall JudgeRan Judgehan
Hall Sheriff erIff Hankina klns two deputies deputiesOneral deputlellGPneraJ deputiesGeneral
General Murray unay his aides 4 dN Captain CaptainKills C8ptalnEms CaptainEllis
Kills of Owenstaoro Captain Gordon of ofFrankfort ofFraakfort ofFraMfort
Frankfort and Captains Powers and andStrong andStroDe andStrong
Strong with the MadlsonvilJe and Hop Hopkinsville HopkinsvUle Hopkinsyllie
kinsville companies comnaniesToe comtaDieaTue companiesTUe
Tue train took the siding sldl at Norton Nnrtonrille Nortonme Nrtonille
rille me and Judge Hall toe sheriff and andhis andh andhis
h his deputies deputle81Jo drove e to the camp a a quar quarter qJlAter qzarter ¬
ter of a mfie e distant It was wu found foundthat foundthat foundthat
that al aU of the men save twentyfive or orthirty orthirty orthirty
thirty had left taking taJtin with them the the thearms therm thearms
arms rm and ammunition Judge Ju Hall RaJlor RaJlordere or ordered ordered ¬
dered those present p ent arrested and V the thefour thefour thefour
four large tents were torn down and andstarted andstartd anditarted
started to NorUmville NorUmvilleWhen NortonvllleWhenthe NortonvilleWhen
When Whenthe the time came to remove the theprisoners theprl80ller theprisoners
prisoners to the train they refused to tobudae tobudge j jbudge
budge saying tq the officers would have haveties haveto haveto
to rem remove e them w wbc c one ot the depu deputies deputies
ties proceeded to do Stepping down downhe downbe downhe
he picked ke4 up one of the men and shoul shouldered shoudered shou1dered ¬
dered him The officer was not very veryparticular veryparticular veryparticular
particular about the way U he carried carriedthe carrkmhe carriedthe
the he prisoner and just as he was in the theact theact theact
act of tfcrowinr urol him over into the thewagun theWqpft thewgu
wagun wgu tile man begged to be allowed allowedto
to wplk The others seeing lnJt that no nofoomranev nofceIiebne
100 foomranev wa w s to be tolerated agreed agreedto
to walk also alsoArriving aboAnivl alsoArriving
Arriving Anivl at the camp early thin UWmornl thinmorning thinmorning
mornl morning the first thing that attracted attractedattention attracttdatte1ltlon attractedatteto
attention was a piece of canvas can about abouta
a yard square pre on which hleh was printed printedthe prlDtfocthe printedthe
the following notice In lines to repre represent reprBent reproV ¬
V sent poetry poetryL
t L C M W of A We have av come to tostay tatay toItay
stay with Hopkins county people until untilwe unrawe untlwe
we get a check weighman we h on the tip tipple tipple tippie ¬
ple to weigh our coal and ii pay p us in ingold Inpld ingold
gold and n4 etfftt hours a day and nd pay payments 1 paymeats Y Ymeta ¬
meta every two weeks will m be the or order order orb ¬
b der deroftheUMWofA of the t U M W of A ALsadars AL V
Lsadars L Make e Their Escape EscapeWhen B capeWh V VWhen
When the officers olll 18 arrived the a aW1UI aipp aippus an > p pwas
was In b1lJ i tjge j g of Arlie Oates first lieu lieutenant l efl efltenant ll llteQJrt ¬
tenant of ve ae Greenville camp of Ken Kentucky Kentucb Kentnck3Y ¬
tucky state guards and the same amewho man manwho nii niiwho
who was reported to have been killed killedin kllt klltIn
in Jut ast Sunday battle at Providence ProvidenceHe
He was very polite and offered no horesistance noewtallee noresistance
resistance to the officers He and andtwenty andt andtwesty
twenty t other members of the camp campwent campweft campwere
went taken Into custody Oates and andJim andJim andJim
Jim Platt one of the campers V es escaped escapec1later esep54V ¬
caped capec1later later at Nortonville and neither neitherha neltl1 neitherhas r rbaa
ha baa been a captured capturedOne captured0Itit eauredo
One o of the f features turea ot 9 QfVthO the thePtJ1e thePtJ1eJI capture capturewaa captureit
was toe absence of negroes 8 Yester Yesterday YesterJQ Testerday ¬
JI
day there were more than 100 negroes negroesin
V in camp Th TIM men who are held as asprisoners 3 3prl 35prisoners
prisoners prl oaers will be tried On > n the charge chargeof c e eof
of oalawMUjr W iI assembling U8e1nbllbfia caftahwr caftahwra
a breach of the peace and bflHdinc bflHdincand 1atd1 1atd1and bmdiuand
and confederating coofederaU together ta < to violate violatethe VIolatethe violatethe
the law lawJudge lawJudge
Judge 1 Evans of the Louisville din district dlatrlet dintrict ¬
trict of the federal court will hear the thearguments thearpmeata thearsments
arguments In the injunction cases C to tomorrow to to1U tomorrow ¬
morrow 1U at Ow Oweaaboro n boro The attorneys attorneysfor
for the coal operators in the county
have been gathering < evidence with a aview 3tw aiw
view tw of mMng r the injunction issued issuedrefml lauedt IssuedeeI
refml t 4ays S ago go by Judge Evans Evanspermanent EanspellDnftDt Evanspermanent
permanent Ad Include aH the mine minein minesin
in the county as well as that in the theReinecke theReiaecR theReluecke
Reinecke district The injunction en enJoined Mijolnd enJoined
Joined the t strikers from assembling assemblingwithin URmbllncwithin aasumblingwithin
within gunshot range of the Reinecke Reineckemining R Reineckomining lnecke lneckemlJllnc
mining property
STBIKHRS BACK AT WORK WORKBturfneM WORKI WORKEuiInu
I BturfneM Resumed on Hew NYork York New CTawHavea NewIra Newaayan
Havea Ira k Hartford IIartfenl1aU1Md IIartfenl1aU1MdNew Railroad RailroadNew BafiroadNew
New York Nov 24 KThen There was a aruh arusb arush
rush of buatneaa at the Harlem river riveryards rlwryard riveryards
yards of the New York New Haven HavenHartford Havena
a Hartford railway today toda for at 19 19oclock nIook J JI
I oclock Iook in the morning all the U meu meuwho meuho
I who ho went on oi strike last Tue4ay went wentbark wentbad wentback
bark to work The work we was sm smhat 111110what ome ometvhat
what hat interrupted d by the high tide in inthe inthe inthe
the Harlem river this being bel caused by byt bythe i ithe
the t ht > big easterly storm which hlch was ragj ragjing rag raging ragirig
ing The tide > covered the approaches approachestu
tu it the car floats 01 ts so that the work of ofshipping ofhilnc ofhIpplng
shipping cars down the rive could u1d not notdone
0 < done The > average erqe rise of the theHarlem theHarlem theHarlem
Harlem rtvor > f from low to high water wateris
is about flvo iv h feet but today the tide tideoe tldeI tideV
V oe ° 5O abc4t bvot t three 1 feet above the a asr asrMer1 r raffc rthe
affc t V VMr
I Mr Mer1 n the tide reoefed some sonvwhat somwhat
7 what an ani < 1 four fl float containing C six sixteen sixV x ¬
rJ V teen t n men tarn were landed at the their theIIW theV their4a
IIW V ¼ ir ir4a These Th floats came from the thelpots theI thelpotn
I < lpots ir Jersey TerM City and were loaded loadedv losdedrith
v rith ith penshable freight freightThe freifrbtThe freightThe
The llrst t train tralnto to leave If e the theyaldtl theyaldtlmdfor yard yardunder yardaU
under U the direction cttre < tlon of the old men menIft menift menI
Ift ft at 11 oclock und the men lined linedip lined1P
t I 1P ip u all along the track cheering cheerln The Theii Theadurters
ii > adjuarters of the strikers were de deserted d drt deI ¬
I serted rt all day giving evidence that thattee tbJtUte
4 tee strike i II over for good
FMALQUARVREVLOVER
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t tYoung i
Young Man Loses His Life in inPoker inPoker inPoker
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Pittsburgh Plttsbur 2 h ¼ Nov Ne V3yiy i sany Ktfty Mc Mc9eeon po poOie
9eeon Oie son of well vldwri V k el 0 operatorof operatorotthIaclt operator
of otthIaclt this city is i deai deR 4Ie te P r isuIt ult It of ofa ofaWIdottn a aMooting akioUng
Mooting affray 11 th thV ain V a Jfc f game gameat pmeit gameAt
at his home Ifc iSorOi rt1t Brldgdwater BrldgdwaterAbout ridgwaterbaut
About baut ut 2 oclock tilts1 tJ morning McGee McGeeand McGeeand
and a several v ral ownpaaida nt nl amongwhom amongwhomwas among mn whom wbomwas whomwas
was Leroy Evans a young Colored Coloredman oIoredJlNUI oloredman
man were engaged enga la a game of poker pokerand pokerand pokerand
and while arguing et 9 r Jackpot Mc McGee YcGee McGee ¬
Gee Is said to have nwk rq Kvans KvansThe vnn vnnThe
The latter left the JU sHOUee e but re returned returned ¬
turned tlll ecI lit about airf an t hour and d chal challenged chalMcGee challonged ¬
V
longed McGee to a duel The propo proposition propoIIItion propoMUon ¬
sition was refused relu e Before others otherscould otherscould otherscould
could interfere Evans drew his re revolver re revolver revolver ¬
volver and an fired red tb tlJt t ballet penetrating penetratingMeGees pnepat1ngMcGees 1rting 1rtingXeGees
MeGees lung White McGee eGee was w1 8 mil miling RlllAg Mitlag
lAg he pulled pUII his revolver aw2 flred at atEvans atEvana atEvans
Evans but missed McGee died to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night nightCHARGED
CHARGED WITH ETDBDEB ETDBDEBPour MUltD1mFour V Vrour
Pour Men Arrested in in Portland Porlia d For PorKilling1 ForKilling ForKilling
Killing Young Young Narrow MorrewPortland Morrew NarrowPortland
Portland Ore Nov 24 24F 24Fpur four ur men menwere menwere menwere
were arrested early this tl1l morning R1O Rlng ilng on a acfearge a acharge
charge rge el e murdering James B Mor Morrow Morrow ¬
row who ian as found dead on the side sidewalk sidewalk sidewalk ¬
walk near his home on the east side aidelast sidelast sidelast
last Thursday Thur 1i ay morning The accused accusedmen accusedmen d dmen
men are Jaok k Wade alias Kid Mc McFadden McFadden McFadden
Fadden of Plttsburg Pa Frank Dai Daiton DltOD Datton
ton Char ChsyJae Smith and W H r8rtln r8rtlnrhe artin artinThe artinThe
The three letter were arrested early earlythis earlythis earlythis
this morning by Detectives Day and andWeiner andWeiner andWeiner
Weiner and three police officers at a alodging alrng alodging
lodging lrng house hous kept by Mrs Mr WT W T TWhittock TWhllc TWhitlock j
Whittock Whllc near the corner of First Fr and andYamhill adYambU andYambill
Yamhill YambU streets where whee they Ue had rom romWae rooms roomsVVade roomsTude
Wae VVade Tude was taken tken into Int custody custoy sever severhours sver severhours
hours previously previusly at the t La L Ifayet Ifayetlodging Fye V Vlodging
lodging lging house hule in the te north Rt end endThe endThe endThe
The information Informaton which led le to t the thearrest thearr thearrest
arrest arr of the four our men was furnished furnishedby furl e
by Mrs Xr Whltleck Whlteck who became b be ane sue suspicious fS fSpiiu8 suepiclous ¬
picious piiu8 of the movements movemnts of o the te men menOn Jn JnOn menon
On Thursday Thuraa morning mornln Mrs Mr Whttlock Whttlockstates Wbltk WbltkattQ Whitlockstates
states attQ that Wade ade and Dal Dltn Dalton ton came cme te teher teher toher
her house hOIH at 3 oclock about abut three threehours tree treebus threehours
hours bus after afer the murder of Morrow MorW Af After After Altsr ¬
ter noting notng the actions acins of the th men m men n for fortwo tortwo fortwo
two days Mrs rs Whitlock Witlk concluded cnclude to toinform toInform toInform
inform the te police plc When taken tkn to the thepolice thepUc thepolice
police pUc station sttin Wade and d Dalton Dtoech Dtoechacus each eachaccused eachaccused
accused acus the other of flrlng rln rlng the te shot shotwhich st shotwhich
which killed kUtd young Morrow MorrowSmith MorrowSmith orrow orrowSmith
Smith and Martin arUn will wUb be h hld held ld as aswitnesses aswitnesses
witnesses wines The chief actor aor in the mur murder Murder murder ¬
der is supposed supp to be b Wade and an Dai Daiton Da Daton
ton on will w be b held as a a states statel witness witnessagainst wte witnessdgaimt
against him himLYNCHING
ptt him V VLYNCHING
LYNCHING LYCG OFN OPNEGRO OPNEGROOne RO
One is i Strung Stug Up in Louisiana by byMembers y yMembr yMembers
Members Membr of His Hs Own Ow Race BaceShreveport RaceShrveprt RaceShreveport
Shreveport Shrveprt La L Nov 24 24Ne 24Negroes Negroes to today t today ¬
day on O the Herndon plantation plantaton eight eightmiles elhtmil eightmiles
miles mil south Ith of ofV ofShreveport f V Shreveport SlnPt lynched lynchedFrank lhe lynchedFrank I
Frank Prnk Thomas one on e of their own 0 race racebecause r reebecause
bu because he h had shtft bt and an killed kie a ne negro nes usgre ¬
gro s boy by over ove a debj de1 of o 30 30V cents centsi ct I
i V The Th sheriff shj wasproceeding wa r toward towardShrevenoi towardShrevcpoi I
Shrevenoi s with wj1 WtUIV1It5 hfe prisoner whena whenaHKib wbep I V a amub amub
mub of 200 2 negroesand negroes a and pe half hlf a devon dosenwhite dOn dOnwhte devonwhite
white whte men mn took tok poiSfeashm of the mur murderer mtr mtrd mkrdover ¬
dover d and a promptly Pro ptT strung sUB him ll up up to tothe tothe tothe
the limb Um b of a tree treeColumbia te teColumb treeColumbla V
Columbia Columb S C Nov 34 24An 4 An n un unknown unknown unknown ¬
known negro ner was wa V lynched J in i Anderson Andersoncounty ARr ARrnt Andersoncounty
county < nt today toda Yesterday Yera7 afternoon afo the theman theman
man mn went wentt tq the house bou of Mrs Mr Perry PerryCraft Pe PerryCraft
Craft Crt and asked uke for something smtluK to eat eatWhen et eatWhen
When hn she turned turn the t negro n shot 8t her herthrough hr hrthrupUe herthrough
through thrupUe the bck back inflicting Inftlctinr a fatal fatalwound fatalwound fatalwound V
wound woundman The Th man fled lie but was wa pur pursued purse persued ¬
sued se by hundreds bundres of men mn There Thre are areno aren areno
no n details detais of the tb manner Jne of his hI death deathDALB dh dhJ deathxits
J xits DALB DA VERY y ILL UJLWill ILLWill
IL ILWil
Will Wil Not be beble Able to Answer in i Court Courtto
to Murder Charge Calge CalgeNew V i iNew
New York Nov 24 MTh 4The The body b of o lit littie lt ltte littie
tie te Emetine Emln Dale whose ht death dat at Ho Hoboken Hobok Hoboken
boken bok n N J resulted reule in the th arrest alt of ofher ofhr ofher
her hr mother mther on the charge of murder murderwas mure murderas
was a as today toay1ce ffTaced ced in the te receiving reng vault vaultof vaultof vaultof
of a cemetery cme p awaiting awtng the th action actin of ofthe oflb ofthe
the lb county cunty physician physicianCaptain pbysc V Vcaptain
Captain Cpln Hayes Haye of the t Hoboken Hobkea police policevisited plce plceviSte policevisited
visited viSte Mrs 11 Dale D le V V at the hospital hO 1 in inthe inthe inthe
the afternoon aternon Her condition ndlttn is 1 still stillcritical sti stillrlticl
ortlcl critical rlticl the captain cptain said 1 and ad in I all allprobability al allprobability
probability prbbity she s will wi be b unable to ap appear ap appear ¬
pear p for fo a hearing heaDtrrow tomorrow Her con condition cn cnc conditioliL ¬
dition seams to grow worse worseV wor
c gw I
V V Violated VIolatd Popta PO Po JmU a Law LawCincinnati Law I
I Cincinnati 1nntt 0 tfov ov 24 24C C O Deisch DeischBested Dlh Dlhaqted DeinchI
I was argested Bested at Bradford Bdf junction juncti by bytoday bVpostoMe
postoMe aqted e Inspectors ani and bruht brought he het here hereroday
rstom today todayStates t 7tr for ilptortl a hrng hearing before the tnit United UnitedStates
States Sbt commissioner rmmluOwr on a charge char of ofusing oru1 of1flg
using u1 this t tk malls mals for tr fraudulent fruulent per purposes pr prp perp6s ¬
poses p6s s Deisch Deth conducted cnucte a furniture furniturebicycle fundtur furniturebicycle
bicycle p bce and jewelry jEet business bne and it itis I itis
I is charged cr chred i orderedgoods oe goA IB i large Ir8e quan quantities quantitles ¬ I Itl
titles tl from fr fromV fromNew V New Tor Terk Chicago Cbl i a C Cin Cincinnati Cincinnt tincinnati ¬
cinnati cinnt Columbus COli Colmithus 8 and d other ot cities IUei and anddisposed anddispqed II IIt
disposed dls ed of Urn U without lthutmn making pay payment 1 paymont ¬
t mont mtnt His purchases purh were er in I almost almostevery almot almoteve almostevery
every eve line ln of merchandise Jdi and ad aggre aggregated aggresated ¬ I
gated pt many my thousands thuln of ofteng dollars dl ex extn e
t teng tn Uag over a period pri of f ofnth several severaluqMths 1v1 1v1nl
uqMths nth nthV > 4 4SERIOUS
nl nlY
V V Y VSSERIOUS SSRI SERIOUS US AFFAIR AFFAIRLatest AFFAIRLat AFFAIRLatet
Latest Lat t Conflict Confict Between eteen British rtis and andBoer andoer antIBoor
Boer oer Eopcea EopceaLondon POle PorcesLondon
London Lon Nov No 36 2Ti 15Thin This mornings Jla dis dispatches 415patches ¬
patches ptb from frm South Sutb Africa Afrc show 0 thatthe thattherecent ttt that the therecent
recent t nghttne t near nea Vlltersdorp YJler south southwest sth sthW soothwest ¬
west W of Standerton StneroQ as a to wb wlllcIm which Lord LordLitchener liordKitchener
Kitchener ltho reported rpre nothing nCn beyond b the thefact thef thefact
fact f t that tht Commandant Cllat Buys had b iad been beencaptured beezicaptured i
captured catur after attacking t a petrel of 100 100d 160ratlroed
a pt
affair affairIt rd ratlroed at d pioneers pone was wa really rU m serious seriousaffair seriousaitilr
It I seems am that tat Orobflaars Orlar commando commandosucceeded cmmano cmmanoce commandosucceeded
succeeded ce in surrounding 1q and a capturing capturinga cpturng cpturnga
a British Brts force for of MB H 1 railway riwy afoneer afoneerSubsequently nloneereSubsequently onr onrSbunUy
Subsequently SbunUy Colonel Cool Rvmengton R ton came cameup cme cmeup cameup
up with reinforcements r lnort and a with wt heavy heavyagntlng hevy hevyagtn heavyftghtlng
agntlng compelled cmple the t Boers B to t retire rtre and andrelease ad adrle andTolease
release agtn rle their thr prisoners The h hp British Britishlosses Brtsh Brtsha Britishlosses
losses a Included ilu prn Major Ma Pr Fisher killed Ile and andthree andt andthree
three t officers I wounded e The casualties casualtiesamong casualtiesamong
among ported ne the te men mn have hf not n yet et been bn re reported
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Killed Xied While Wle Wii e Hunjbmg HunjbmgPortland X ThintingPortland 1ng 1ngPoran
Portland Poran Ore Nov v SL Today To while w11 a aparty apy aDarty
party of Portland P PGrtland1eseb Hfi m were we duck duk hunt huntIng h hl huntlog
log py l on Of Columbia CIUmS ftUMtKh six 8x miles ml from frontthis fromth fromthis
this th city ey Sidney S SjnMfcerough Sge oTough rCh was w shot shotIn shotin t tIn
In the head d and instantly IM 17 killed kll by S B BBank BDnk 8Denks
Bank Dnk t A flock f an of due c dnes approa a ppiosed ae tn tnMinds tI the theblinds
Minds where wl Spreedboroush and Baafc Baafcw Bmikwere
bl
WI were w r < hiding hdl and an Sr both bUt m m men n ro IH rose e an tfmoitan tfmoitaneously iu1taneosly t
eously to shoot 81 Banks B tired rt In a a1M itraight itraightline
line 1M and the charge of shot struck struckborough stck apreed apreedborough d db
borough b with the th I result ryul l indicated indicatedSultan Indlte Cbove CboveSultan be beI
Sultan Sulan Grows Grow Arrogant ArrogantVienna Arogant ArrogantVienna
Vienna Vlfnna Nov No 1TJ KThe The Vienna Via papers papersassert psperassert
assert r that tt Turkey Td e is i addressing adfe aa a I ar arrogant art ariwant ¬
rogant t circular letter I t ttetn to totestint the poWes pro proint
testint tetn f ereacclaTo wereacclaTo T w e
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II int In Crete CreteV 10 know k the theCrete th th4 i fljf30 fljf30Crete i u Ig
V Urged Urge to t Prepare Por Strike StrikeMadrid Stike Stikeadrlov StrikeMadrid
Madrid adrlov Nov 54 2At At Barcelona B1lon Corzunna Cor Corrunna r rrnna
runna rnna JI and fl4 artbafrena < artaena meetings meetng in de denunciation denunclati dcV dcnunciatloit ¬
V nunciation nunclati of the th proposed government governmentbill gwrnrent gwrnrentbi
bill bi dealing dfalng with striker Irker were wereheh held to today tody today ¬
day dy Violent Violentape speeches were wr made the thespeakers theaaker thespeakers
speakers aaker urging urng the workers worker to pre prepare propare ¬
pare p for a KeneraJ benen q strike strikeq strikeHes ske skeBe >
V Hes Be here Who Can you ou gue Pu
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t + ± State Board of Health Issues Address to toVV t tPublc + +
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Attention Att is I called U d to the unusual unusualprevalence unulul unululpvalellee unusualprevaleace
prevalence pvalellee ef f contagious coni gill s diseases itrj itrjvarious In Invariousparts Invarious
various variousparts parts ef the state State and health healUrauthorities heal healauthoritle healthauthorities
authorities and the public are urged urgedto u ef efto
to cooperate In a de d rmlned effort eftlortt3 eftlortt3prevent el3ortt3prevent taj tajprevent
prevent their further spread This hls may mayand JWQand mayand
and will m be accomplished in in exact ea t pro proportion proportion proportion ¬
portion to the conscientious observance observanceand
and nd enforcement of preventive prev nUe mean measures Jures meanurea ¬
ures the neglect of which is respomil res respotudble O l lble j jble
ble for the th present situation In or order order r9 r9del ¬
der to properly consider con5Id r or apply applymeasures ap apmeasures appimeasures
measures of prevention it Is eseeni41 eseeni41to es5efltSito
to understand tand the cause and it is r rof oIi oIiof ahe aheof
of the greatest triumphs of modern modernmedical mod modmedteal mcderomedl
medical medl al science that through it we ar arnow IUnow arnow
now in possession of this thlsknowled thlsknowledCOIIta knowledge knowledgeContagious knowledgContagious
Contagious COIIta ous diseases are caused by byspecific by8JHClnc byspecific
specific poisonous germs or living or organisms orpnlsms organinins ¬
ganisms so small as to be visible oily oilyby Oityb otyby
by b means of the microscope which whichhave whichhave whichhave
have their sole origin in a previous previouscase prevloucue previouscase
case of the disease It must b bstrictly tstrictly be bestrictly
strictly borne in mind that they the Can Cannot rannot an annot ¬
not be generated or produced by any anyother anyother anyother
other means or agency These ana gcntiagiven anagiven gcrutngiven
given off In the various secretions of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the body or in scales from the skin skinif akinIf skinIf
if carried to the system of another anotherperson anotherperson anotherperson
person who is susceptible will repro reproduce reproduce pro produce ¬
duce in him the disease and in r frO frOother noother o oother
other way can it be caused or gener generated gener8ted gonerated ¬
ated The organisms which are capa capable capable capable ¬
ble 3f working so much harmmay harmmaypositively harmJuayposll1vply harm may maypositively
positively be killed by b various disin disinfectants diAllnr dIem dIemfectants ¬
fectants r tants Hence Hence1t it follows that if 1 ev every pyery every ¬
ery case of contagious disease wwa wwadiscovered W wurdlecovered I Idiscovered
discovered Immediately Upon tb t tbh ap appearance appearan nppearance ¬
pearance of the first symptoms and andcarefully andcarefully mdcarefuJl3o
carefully isolated V from other person personuntil persdnauntil rstJnc rstJncJntil
until danger of Infection Infe tion were wer PMt pftfctand PMtand peatand
and If then all the germs genns w Wf ro de destroyed llestroyed dostroyed ¬
stroyed by disinfection cbhtaglous dis diseases dtsetMS diseases ¬
eases would be completely stamped stampedout tampedcut
out Unfortunately it seems at pros pr prent proseat
ent eat impossible to attain this ideal idealwhich fMaawhich Ideatwhich
which must still remain the herished herisheddream herfaheddream herlelieiidream
dream of the sanitarian although that thatit thatIt thatIt
it will some day be realized r anzed as as a re rewit relt renilt
wit lt of an enlightened public sentiment sentimentnd
nd quickened conscience is isconfi confi confidently cordidently ¬
dently d ntly believed believedWe believede believedWe
We e do not need to seek far for an anexplanation anexplanation anexplanation i
explanation of the visitation which is isexciting Isexciting isexciting I
exciting so much alarm and appre apprehension applhension apprehension ¬ I
hension and the lesson should not be beallowed beallowed heallowed I
allowed to pass unheeded There anbe < < jan rnnbe janbo
be no question that the responsibility responsibilitylies
lies in the wholesale failure to report reportcases reportcases reportcases
cases and nd the flagrant Violations of ofquarantine oCquarantine ofquarantIne
quarantine This in turn finds an ex explanation explanation etplanatlon ¬
planation in the unusually mild char character character charactor ¬
acter of the diseases diseasesespeei especially ll scar scarlet scarlet r rlet ¬
let fever Never Xev r before has so mild a atype atype atype
type of the latter been known as that thatwhich thatwhich thatwhich
which prevailed for many man months priar priarto pri > r rto
to the present season The mortality mortalitywas I
was practically pracU ll nil and nd a large ma majority lRajorlty maJority ¬
jority of the cases were wer so light is Zirlo Zirloproduce tatoproduce to toproduce
produce only the most trivial symp symptoms iymptomB ymp ymptome ¬
toms The Th consequence con q ence has been that thatmany thatmany thatmany
many people have had no fear of the thet thedisease he hedisease
disease t nor regard for its spread their theirchief th theirchief lr lrthlef
chief concern having been b en to conesal conesall conc l lIts
l Its s existence if possible thereby evad evading evalIng evadlng ¬
ing the annoyance annojance of quarantine or if ifquarantined ifquaranUned ifquarantined I
quarantined many man have not scrupled scrupledI
to to flagrantly violate it It scattering the theinfection theInfection theinfection
infection broadcast broad Ast There has been a afailure afallur afailure
failure to recognize the fact f t that tna from fromthe frnnthe frzmthe i
the mildest case afatal a fatal one may be beconveyed beconveyed beconveyed
conveyed also that tluit fuv 3l outbreak outbreakUabl Is Isliable 2
liable at 3t any an anVVy it VVy time to to toiziime assume a ma malignant maIIgnant malignant ¬
lignant t tt pe and and Because n c eehtlneOrlrevlouS eehtlneOrlrevlouSneglect us oT or previous revlous
neglect leet due to its llght lighter r form be become be become become ¬
come devastating devastatingWith S
0 < > Si SiWith < < >
With the foregoing facts before us usthe us usthe usthe
the remedy is very ve apparent There Theremust Thergmust
must be an aroused public conscience conscienceand con conscienceand lenee leneeand I
and a more lively l eh regard for the rights rlghtof i iof
of others Good citizens need only to tohave tohave tohave
have their attention called caTl d to the dan dangers daners dangets ¬
gets ers and to the obligations resting restingupon restingupon restingupon
upon them Others should be shown shownno sbowJtiii
no mercy when hen they shall be discov discovered discovered discovered ¬
ered by their neighbors in attempting attemptingI
to ti evade the law la They are deliber deliberately deliberatelY deltherately
V
ately menacing the lives and health healthof I
of innocent children and it Is the duty dutyof dutyo dutyof
of o all who may have knowledge of It Itto Itto itto
to notify at once the proper authori authorities authorities i ities
ties tiesIt tiesV
tiesIt
V It is the duty of health officers to toexercise toexercl8e toexercise
exercise the utmost vigilance at all alltimes alltimes i itimes
times to to discover the presence of con contagious contagious contagious ¬
tagious diseases and maintain quaran quarantine qUa quarantine n ntlM ¬
tine Above all to use extreme care carein CfreIn crein
in > the process proc f8 of disinfection In this thisthe t thisthe ls lsth
the th aim should be to prevent the pos possibility poaslblllty peasiblllty ¬
sibility of another case arising from frominfected fromInfected rom romInfected
infected premises preml es It is entirely teas Vfeasibie feasible teasIb ¬
ible Ib and should be accomplished l1 in inevery Inevery Inevery
every Instance InstanceThe In instanceThe tance tanceTh
The Th records show this result to have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been attained In Salt Lake City CIt dur during durIng
ing the past two years by the present presentquarantine presentquarantine
quarantine e officers om cers employed In the thehealth t thehealth he hehfalth
health department V S SWbIle i
While the principal methods for the theprevention theprevntlon theprevention
prevention of contagious diseases have havebeer havebeert havebeet
beer discussed there are other factors factorsof
of great t importance which should not notbe Jiotbe notbe
be lost sight of One of the conditions conditionsnecessary conditionsr conditionsnecessary
necessary r to the contracting of a con contagious copta contagious ¬
tagious ta ouC disease is the element of sue susceptibility sueceptlbility ¬
ceptibility of the individual Unless he hebe
be susceptible disease organisms can cannot canpet n nt
not pet t secure a foothold in his system In Inother
other words orde the invasion is resisted resistedhe res resistedhe
he is immune Influences which lower lowervitality lowervitality
vitality such as filthy surroundings surroundingsbad
bad ventilation etc directly V Induoe Induoesusceptibility IndqoeA intheesusceptIbility
susceptibility A At the same time un unsanitary unRltary unsanitary ¬
sanitary conditions favor the growth growthand growthaDd growthand
and development of any disease germs
which may + find findlodgment lodgment therein and andUMH andu andtha
UMH proesota H moto the thespread pread of tha th thdise disease diseaseTherefore dlsea e eTheretore eTherefore
Therefore strict cleanliness c Rllness of prem premise premI premIe ¬
ise I inside Ide and Out should be main maintainedi malnWned maintained
tainedi together with thorough thoroughventlia thoroughventlialion ventila ventilation ventilsUoJLTbe ¬
lion UoJLTbe The necessity esaltY for this cannot be beoverestimated beGverestimated beevrestimated
overestimated The oxygen OcygenV Ocygenof y en V of f the theairisnot theatri their1sitot
airisnot atri not only onlYc of vital Importance in inmaintaining InMtnttnlog Inmaintaining
maintaining the th healthy be lthy functions of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the body enabling Win it to resist r slst disease diseasebut dlsea dlseabutaJlIO dlseatebut
but butaJlIO aim Iso it is V natures greatest reatest dials disinfectant dlstRtectant dialsfect ¬
fectant fect flt and when freely fr ly admitted to toliving toltvlnG toliving
living rooms roo exercises a potent de destructive deIItr tiestrlktiye ¬
structive IItr UVe influence la uence on any disease diseasegerms dls diseasegeris se seterwhlCh
germs terwhlCh geriswhi which whi b may be present presentMost presentMost presentV presentMost
< > < > < > V
Most contagious contagtousdlseases diseases flourish flourishmore flourishm ourlshmol
more mol m r expensively enlivelY during d rlng the cold sea season seaSOn season ¬
son because beeau of the indoor life It Itwould Itwo Itw0u34
would wo w0u34 seem more more economical e to pay paylargercoal paylargercoal payiargercoal
largercoal Mite and maintain pure air airby airb7 airby
by causing it to constantly enter from fromthe fromth fromthe
the th outsideand outside turd d replace the poisonous poisonousrebreatlied poisonousrbNat1ed poisonousrebreathed
rebreatlied atmosphere than to pay paydoctors paydoctors I Idoctera
doctors bills and the tl1 other costs of im impaired Impaired impaired ¬
paired health qr energy resulting from fromcarefully fromcarefUlly fromcarefully
carefully excluding ex lUdlng it It and yet many manypeople man manpeoPle manypeojile
people do not I ot seem to realize this Jt Jthas It Ithas t thas
has been determined by sanitary sanitaryscience sanitaryscience sanitaryscience
science that the minimum amount of offresh offre offresh
fresh fre h air which should be furnished in inan Inan inan
an inhabited room is 3900 cubic feet feetper feetper feetper
per hour for forea each h adult and 2000 cubic cubicfeet cubIcfeet ublcteet
feet for each child Th Tl Se ese are consid considered considered consideyed ¬
ered to be the least amounts required requiredin
in order orderV orderto V to maintain the best condi condition condtUOIt condit1i ¬
tion 0f f health V and any material de decrease decrea decrease ¬
crease crea e will HI result in Its impairment impairmentBy
By calculating the cubic space in a aroom aroom aVoom
Voom room it is easy to ascertain the numbel num number numher ¬
her of times the air must be changed changedhourly changedhoudy changedhourly
hourly to maintain the standard re remembering remembering remenibering ¬
membering that by Q means of the best bestsystem bestsystem bestSyetem
system of natural ventilation it is Im Impossible Impossible impossible ¬
possible to effect more than three threecomplete threecomplete threecomplete
complete cbange of atmosphere per perhour perhour perhour
hour A sfmple but reliable test for fordetermining fordetermtnlnJi fordetermining
determining the presence presence or absence of ofsufficiently of8ufticlent1y ofsufficiently
sufficiently air Jiirln in a a room is the im impression Impre88lon Impresslon ¬
pression received upon J1poncomlng coming in from romout fromout fromout
out doors It there is a sense of close closeness closeneg closefleas ¬
ness neg a very eIT Injurious degree of im impurity impurity Impurity ¬
purity exists existsThe V VThe
The evils of bad ventilation and andother andother
other unsanitary conditions fall most mostheavllV mostheavily
heavily upon upon the tender bodies of chil children chitdren
dren who as asa a result tesu t of tightly closed closedliving closedliving closedliving
living and sleeping rooms become pale paleand palland paleand
and sickly and are arer ready lldy victims tq tqlurking Q Qlurking Qlurking
lurking disease poisons It is a crime crimefor crimefor
for parents to permit such conditions conditionsas
as are ar frequently found In a land landwhere landwhere landwhere
where soap Is cheap and water plenti plentiful plentlful plentiful ¬
ful the existence existe of filthy illsmelling illsmellingbadly illsmeUlngbIully Illsmellingbadly
badly ventilated living rooms are in inexcusable iJ iJexcusable inexcusable ¬
excusable And yet many children are arecompelled ar aroomp arecompelled
compelled oomp lled to live IIv in them and from fromthem fromthem
them too often must go into over overcroWdefl overcro overcroMd
croWdefl cro d school s hooLtooms V fcooms oms where again againthey againthey againthey
they are robbed of if what was Intend Intendedby Intended ritendedby O Oby
by the VJmIghtytO Almighty Nmlghtfti1e to he a free fre and in inalienable inIWleQab1 InaJiemtbie
alienable right rJghtp rJghttC pure te air What hat won wonder vonder on onder ¬
der that they Tjecbme becom a prey to disease diseaseor
or at least develop weakly bodies and andminds and andminds andminds
minds V
t 01 01A < j > < < j > S
A word in closing Cl closfH stQg 011 on the subject jrf Jschool jrfschools r rschools
schools The T e cement nt t Inspection V Vschool < f fschool fschool
school premises preml e throughout thJjo ghout the V Vdirected stA stAdlreeted state statedirected
directed by the fillte tte board b ard of health healtbdi8CI healthdiscloses
discloses di8CI many nmny1t1nstances j tJnstances instances pf f very veryfaulty verytau11Y veryfaufty
faulty sanitation t1h the most general of ofwhich f fwhich I
which is seriouslyinadequate sed usIY n d quate ventila ventilation venUlauon ventilathIn ¬
thIn It is the th e duty of local lo l boards of ofhealth ofhealth j
health to take up the matter and amiearnestly anlearnestly andearnestly
earnestly endeavor endeavorto to V eradicate the theevils theevl18 > V VevIls
evils i iA iA
evIlsA
A vast t amount of good along alo g these theselines t1v thesel1ns se seUns
lines may he b accomplished by teachers teachersThey teachersThey
They should u1d be b guardians of the thehealth lhehJth thehealth II
health of those tpo Be p1i pked pSib t d in n their charge chargeIt
It is gratifyingloknow gratlf71ntt tOt to know that so many manyof manyot manyof
of them V are alive il1v fto t9 this The best bestuse bestUN bestuse
use shouldbe should be nftfde of poor facilities facilitiesfor taclllUfor facilitiesfor
for ventilation eheol rooms should shouldbe shouldbe shouldbe
be flushed with Wit h fresh air during Inter Interand In intermissions terIt
ml missions slon b by throwing open windows windowsand windowsand
and doors The first signs of con contagious oontagloua contagious ¬
tagious disease should snou d be carefully carefullywatched crefullYwatched carefullywatched
watched fair and upon the least sus suspicion suspicion stispicion ¬
picion the child sent home and kept keptthere keptthereuntil keptthere
there thereuntil until the symptoms may have havetime havetime havetime
time to develop No child should be beallowed Deallowed beallowed
allowed to use any pencil or other othorutensil othruten otherutensil
utensil l1 that cad c f fee 1teputin put in the mouth mouthbelonging mouthbelonging mouthbelonging
belonging to another child and andpieces n nplaces nplaces
places where these articles are fur furnished furnished furnished ¬
nished by the school authorities for forpfomisououe forIKOml4Uoue forpromiscuous
promiscuous daily distribution the th per pernicious Xrnicou pernicious ¬
nicious custom sheuld be abolished abolisheiToo aoolishllToo abolishedToo
Too much stress cannot be laid upon uponthe
the importance ef this Unclean dusty dustyfloors dustyfloors dustyfloors I
floors harbor disease germs and are arevery arevIY arevsry
very common carriers of contagion contagionFor
For the purpose of disinfection they theyshould theyshould theyshould
should be frequently wet down pre preliminary prelimingry ¬
liminary to sweeping with sawdust sawdustsaturated sawdustsaturated
saturated with a solution of chloride chlorideof
of lime of f a strength of six ounces to toon toon
on gallon or bichloride of mercury mercuryone
on one part In 500 of water Many of ofthe otthe ofthe
the schools schoelsinthe lsln in the state have been dis disinfected dlsI disinfected ¬
infected I tec ed in connection with the inspec inspection Inspection Inspeclion ¬
tion above referred to but it is advis advisable nthisable
able where wh re contagious diseases are areprevailing areprevailing areprevailing
prevailing to again scrub the floors floorswith floorswith floorswith
with one of the solutions solutionsmentioned solutionsmentionedThe mentioned mentionedThe mentionedThe
The floors oors of school rooms should be bescrubbed bescrubbed
scrubbed frequently as a sanitary sanitarymeasure sanitarymeASUre sanitarymeasure I
measure and asthe as the disinfectants are areinexpensive areInexpenahe areinexpensive
inexpensive they lhe might with propriety proprietybe
be used each time timeFor timeFor timeFor I
For a description of the th early symp sympof symptome
tome of contagious disease and details detaUsof S31I1p1
of preventive measures teachers teach r8 are arereferred arereferred t
referred to a circular being issued Issuedthe J by y i ithe
the state board of health I
FORT DOUGLAS RECRUITS ARE BLAMED BLAMEDFOR BLAMEDFOR BLAMEDFOR
FOR RECENT TROUBLES OF THE SOLDIERS
The veterans at Fort Douglas blame blamethe blamethe
the recruits in the battery bAttO ry for nearly nearlyall eary earyall
I all the disturbances resulting resultIn from frompayday frompa frompayday
pa payday d and aDd there Is some feeling be between beheet1 between ¬
tween Vte h men of the Eighteenth EI hteenth in infantry Infantry infantry ¬
fantry and the rookies rookiesSaid rookiesSa rookiesSaUl
Said Sa l one of the soldiers from the thePhilippine thePhUlpplnes therhllIppInes
Philippine yesterday yesterdayThe yesterdayThe yesterdayThe V
The rookies are making most of ofthis ofthis I
this trouble and the rest of us are get Ketting Xet Xettln getting
ting tln the blame These new ne men dont dontseem dontseem i
seem to have any sense of responsibil responsibility ¬
ity and they make trouble and cause causethe caUHthe causethe
the officers to cut down the privilege privilegeof
of all of us usSeven usSeven usSeven
Seven soldiers arc In the guard house houseat he heat
at the ft frt rt for drunkenness Despite Dwpluthe De8pItethe Despitethe
the strong guard about the post Satur Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
day night several 8etralmen men broke through throughthe throughthe throughthe
the lines and got to the city Most of
I
them came back In hacks ltac but one OUefL OUefLQOnCOI oneanoncommIssioned s snoncom
noncom noncommIssioned missioned officer oflcezdidnt didnt have havemoney hayerno baveniotloy
money rno enough to pay JNl for a hack hack and
he had to wait for a morning car He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was pounced upon and forced d to under undergo uxulero ¬
go o discipline disciplineMajor dlSCIpltneIIQIJOr Isaipiine4hjor
Major Young Y ung the th commandant at the thefort thefort thefort
fort 1 18 determined to maintain order orderOf pederOf rderOf
Of course this is the first payday
the tb boy have had since they got back backfrom backfrom backfrom
from the Philippines said the major majoryesterday majoryester4ay majoryesterday
yesterday and I do not want to be betoo betoo betoo
too severe but I do not propose to have haveany havoa haveany
any a member of my command getting
into trouble with citizens and I shall shalltake shalltake shalltakeevery
take takeevery every ever JRec precaution udon to prevent it itThe ItTbeptlDcliNd
The TbeptlDcliNd 71 principal trouble Is Wl wllm vI h new re recruits recruit recrults ¬
cruits and neI I look to the older men to tohave tobave tohave
have a restraining influence but iut I Ishall Ishall Ishall
shall deal alike with both in the re restrictions re reatrieUo restrictions ¬
strictions M I cannot make a die distinction dlstlnctioR dietlnctloa ¬
tinction
AMERICANS SCALE SCAlEHfGH SCALEHIGHPRECIPICE SCALEHIGHPRECIPICES SCALEHIGHPRECIPICES HIGH PRECIPICE PRECIPICEAND PRECiPICEI S
S
I V V AND CAPTURE G e m Ri AN A JNSURGENr INSURGENT INSURGENTV V FORT I
r
r Mann MaidliL Cahfla Nov No 24 Ctfn t 1kn f l Bdvra d dLatons EdWrdPLawtons P PLaw
I Iinfantry
Law Latons tons company of tho Nlneutel1th Nlnet tth tthInfantry nth nthinfantry
infantry has attacked att ckad and cap captured captured captured ¬
tured an insurgent fort on Bohol let island w1and letand ¬
and south of Cebu In the Vlsayan Vlsayangroup Vliftlvangroup Vieweangroup
group This fort was ilS surrounded s1irroun etJ on onali onaU onall
ali sides by arpreolpipe a eoipipe and a d tyia tP8onlY tP8onlYentrance tie only onlyentrance pn1yentrance
entrance to the theqigher higher ground was wasguarded wasguarded wasuarded
guarded uarded by a stocttade with a line lInlot of ofentrenchments i ientrenchments Intrenchments
entrenchments behind it itCaptain itCaptain
Captain Lawton sent Sergeant Mc McMahon McMahon McMahon 1
Mahon and twenty men to climb the
0
1 1p
precipice p prelpIcend e IPr mnd nd attack the fort In the therear th threar therear
rear Sergeant McMahons party ac accomplished aocoropllshed accomplished ¬
complished thelrtaSk after ftcr three hours hoursclimbing hoursclimbing hoursclimbing
climbing through the think thlukundeI thlukundeIgrowth under undergrowth undergrowth ¬
growth They toojc the enemy enemyby by sur surprise surprise surprice ¬
prise and drove I1rovolhcm them from the fdrt fdrtAs f fdrtAs Jrt JrtAs <
As the insurgents 1l1iurgentses escaped aped they had hadto hadto hadto
to pass theffemalnfler t1J of ofCnptain Captain Law Lawtons La Lat Lawtms
tons t ms oontpany company at a distance of 160 160yards lOyards
yards Hfre IUre the enemy suffered terri terrible terrIble ternble ¬
ble losses lossesThe lo tossesTime es esThe
The insurgents dr dlpnd drtendq4 tendtjd themselves
1 i
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With tit both both cannon non and a andrifies d rifles rifles The T Th can cannn Calien
I
nn en nwere were captured the smaller enes enes1re nee neeWfere
Wfere removed remo while the larger 4nes 4nesWeae nas nastveae oeswere
were auricd burl d Captain Lawton in his hisreport Misreport
report makes special Ial mention of the thebravery thebravery
bravery of Sergeant McMahon and andLtet andlAst
LIst S SV
V LtetThe The local V steamer Monte with andl IN INpassengers 300passengers
passengers PUS engers Including some discharged discmirgedAmerican dlsrhtlrgedAmerican dischargedAmerican
American soldiers from fro Olonsapo aPG flu Sttbig Sabig flubig
big bay to Manila is believed to tova tovabeen have havebeen havebeen
been lost lostRECLAIM lostRECL
losth
h 1 1REGLAIMARID
RECLAIM RECL REGLAIMARID IM ARID V VS
ARIDLANDS
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Continued from Page 1 Imade 1mod 1made
made available Ilable for th the eonsetv eonsetvU8l conservative conservativeuse
use of the people Systematic tle invest investigation Inesttgatlon investgatlon ¬
gatlon designed to make them acces accessible accessible aceessibie ¬
sible and useful UHf1llIIaoukt should be undertaken undertakenand underWkenand
and each forest fere8tre reserve 5iVO and iid part there thereof thereor thereof ¬
of should be deft with on its own ownmerits ownmerits ownmerits
merits meritsThereport meritsThe meritsThe
Thereport The report highly endorsee the work workand wortand worcand
and recommendation of Commissioner Commissionerof
of Pensions Evans sad V says that the theveterans theftt tImeveterams
veterans ftt ra s have no 110 more sincere frlenc frlencthan trlenthaJi fnienethan
than their commissioner who has hasserved hasserved hasserved
served as un an enlisted man in the armies armiesof
of the United State state and he but main maintains malntalns maintalus ¬
talus and defends clefe d8 the honor of their theirpatriotic theirpatriotic theirpatriotic
patriotic service when refusing to Ig Ignore Ignortt ignone ¬
none both the letter and spirit of the thelaw thelaw thelaw
law he declines decU to permit the imposter imposterwhether Imposterwhether imposterwhether
whether claimant or wr rvr tr to snare snarein Share BbareIn
in tho U bounty b nty provide e veteran veteranand veteranand veteranand
and those dependent u uOn > > Hi ila ilaOn a aOn
On the question que tl n of r V iiiijatlon nation of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the arid region the secretary retary says saysThe saysThe saysThe
The investigation which have been beencarried beencurled beencarried
carried on demonstrate that therp ther is isno isno isno
no one question now before the peo people peopleof peepleot ¬
ple pleof of the United nited States of greater im importance importance importance ¬
portance than the conservation of the thewater theater theWater
water ater supply and the reclamation of ofthe ofthe oftIme
the arid tends of the west and their theirsettlement theirSfttlement theirSettlement
settlement by men who will actually actuallybuild actuallybuild actuallybuild
build homes hom s and create communities communitiesIt
It is recommended recom that construction constructionat
at once be oe begun as follow fono The San SanCarlosstorage SanCarlosstorse SanCartonstorage
Carlosstorage reservoir re in Arizona re reclaiming recl reclaiming ¬
claiming cl 1ming 100000 acres or more of pu pulie pup puit1I pup1i
lie 1I land at an estimated mated cost of 5L 5LWOWO 1 1MOMO
WOWO reservoirs m In the Sierra Ne Nevadas Nevadas Nevadas
vadas in California CaUtor for reclaiming reclaimingdesert reclaimingdesert reclaimingdesort
desert land in Nevada thediversion thediversionof the diversion diversionof
of St V Marys river into the head headwaters h headwSt Ad Adw ¬
waters w wSt t rs of Milk river in Montana An Anappropriation AnapproprJtfori Anappropriatloti
appropriation of ZIt 2Msge Is asked to toearry touarry tocarry
carry OR the hydrographic work of the thegeological theg thegeological
geological g survey surveyThe unteyThe lureeyThe
The secretary says the net earnings earningsof
of the bondaided and ft land grant rail railways railways railways ¬
ways amount amo nt to 11000000 and the in increase increase increase ¬
crease in gross earnings to 37040000 3700000The 37040000The 37600000The
The increase in expenses for the year yearwas yearwas yearwas
was over 14080000 4000000 The debt of the theCentral theCentral theCentral
Central Pacific road to the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedSiates I
States now stands at 1i88171iThe 58812715 68812715The 58812715The
I
The secretary submits the annual annualreport annualreport annualreport
report received from the Maritime MaritimeCanal MaritimeCanal MaritimeCanal j
Canal company of Nicaragua which whichshows whichshows whichshows I
shows that since Its organization 11145 11145shares 11145sbares 11145shares
shares of its capital stock have been beensubscribed beensub6cribed beensubscribed
subscribed for at par aggregating
1145000 and that the total amount amountof amoun amounof
of cash received in the treasury as asreported asreported asreported
reported by the company is 1174460 1174460The 1174460The 1174460The
The expenses of the company have havebeen havebeen havebeen I
been 1172771 in cash 31990 shares of offull offull offull
full paid capital stock 5000000 of first firstmortgage firstmortgage firstmortgage
mortgage bonds and its obligation for
1885000 of these th first ftrstmortgage mortgage bonds bondsIt
It also has issued 130000 shares of its itscapital itscapital Itscapital
i
capital stock at par value in payment paymentof J 1
of concessionary conce slonary rights etc etcThe etcThe etcThe
The liabilities of the company con consist consist conslat ¬
sist of the amount al unt still due its con concession concession concession ¬ i
cession of the 185000 of bonds men mentioned mentioned mentioned ¬ i
I
tioned and of each liabilities outstand outstanding outst outstandIng nd ndIng ¬
ing aggregating 200360 280 o Its assets a cts com comprise comprise cornprize ¬
prise its unused capital stock the the115UOO
1155106 first mortgage bonds and the
2420 shares sha of capital o pItal stock received in inliquidation Inliquidation Inliquidation i
liquidation of the claim against the theNicaraguan theNicaraguan theNicaraguan
Nicaraguan Cabal Construction com company companythe cornpany ¬
pany panythe the concession etc and the theplant theplant theplant
plant railways supplies and other otherproperty otberproperty otherproperty
property in Ip Central America AmericaSUICIDE AmericaIt
It lilt liltMountain
Mountain MornltdinStatcs5 MornltdinStatcs5SUICIDE Statesm StatesmSUICIDE
SUICIDE OF A JUDGE JUDGEFormer JUDGEFormerXamber JUDGEFormer
Former FormerXamber Member of Colorado Supreme SupremeBench SupremeEench SupremeS
S Bench Takes His Life LifeDenver LifeDenver LifeDenver
Denver Nov 24 4News News has just justreached justr justrMched
reached r this city of the suicide of offudge offudge offudge
fudge M A Rogers formerly of the thesupreme thesupreme thesupreme
supreme court of Colorado and one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the ablest lawyers in it the state at atSteamboat atSteamboat atSteamboat
Steamboat Springs SprlnpC Colo on Wednes Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday ¬
day last lastThe lastThe lastrile
The manner of the suicide was wasunique wasunique wasunique
unique Judge Jud Rogers laid down on the theground theground theground
ground with a stick of dynamite under underhim underhim underhim
him and lighting a cigar fired the thefuse thefuse thefuse
fuse from it and d calmly smoked until untilthe untilthe untilthe
the shock of the explosion ended his hislift hisUle hishits
lift liftThe The rash act was committed among amongsome amongsome I
some wilows near Bear river just in inside Inside inside ¬
side the town limits Judge Rogers had hadbeen h8dbeen hadbeen
been at Steamboat Springs all summer summerwith summer summerwith sunimerwith
with his wlf wife No cause is known for forthe forthe forthe
the suicide suicideIndians sueideIndians suleideIndians
Indians Commit Outrages OutragesDenver OutragesDenver I
Denver Nov M MA A special to the Re Republican RepUblican Republican ¬
publican from Albuquerque N M Msays Msays Msays
says A report from the upper Gila Gilariver Gilariver Gunriver
river was received by Marshal Foraker Forakertoday Forakertoday Forakertoday
today to the effect that forty fort Nogale NogaleIndians NogaleIndians NogateIndians
Indians were committing outrages outragesthrough outraceathJoUgh outragesthrOhgh
through the country Cattle from the theBurdlck theButdlck theBurdick
Burdlck Ti J ranch have been found founddead founddead founddead
dead from the effects < ect ecte of arrow wounds woundsThe woundsThe woundsThe
The marauders are aresupposed supposed to be from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the San Carlos Apache e reservation reservationCattlemen Iel reservationCattlemen rvatlon rvatlonCattlemen
Cattlemen are reno now pursuing rsuln them themXilled themXilIed themKilled
Killed by a Train TrainCheyenne TrainCheyenne TrainCheyenne
Cheyenne Wyo Nov 24 24Word Word has hasjust hasjust hasjust
just Been received here of a frightful frightfulaccident r11ghtCuIaccldentthat fmightftalacchlentthat
accident accldentthat that occurred occurrednear near Osage O Qge City CityWyo CIt CItWyo CityWyo
Wyo last Friday night The Osage OsageCity OsageCity OsageCity
City section gang were returning from fromNewcastle fromNewcastle fromNewcastle
Newcastle on their handcar when they theywere theywere theywere
were struck struekby by a freight fre ht train Charles CharlesAnderson CharlegAnderson CharlesAnderson
Anderson and Carl Lents were killed killedtheir killedtheir kIlledtheir
their bodies being be horribly mangled mangledand mangledand mangledand
and Foreman Smith seriously injured injuredKITCHENER
5 0 0KITCHENER
KITCHENER DENIES DENIESSTORIES DENIESSTORIES DENIESSTORIES
STORIES OF CRUELTY CRUELTYLondon CRUEL TV TVLeIMIon
London Nov 35 2iWlth With reference r6rere e to the thestory theBtory thestory
story that the British placed paCMI Boer B er women womenand wemenand womenand
and children chlldftnln In front during durtn the fight fighting flhtIng llhting ¬
ing at Qraspan Gra pan June Ju S when General De Dewets D Dwets Dowets
wets convoy V was captured story storywhich storywhich storywhich
which has been spread broadcast as a an anexample anexarppJe anexample
example of British barbarity barba barbarItythe tytbe the Daily Dall Dallrn
Mail rn Sent a dispatch of Inquiry to Lord LordKitchener Lot1KlteMner LordKitehener
Kitchener who replied as follows followsThe followsThe followsThe
The statement is absolutely untrue untrueand untrueand untrueand
and devoid of all au foundation One child childwas childwas chIldwas
was killed and one woman and one onechild onechild onechild
child were wounded by the Boers BoersAH BoersAs BoorsAs
As the story at 17 has been n prominent In the theantfChamevrlatn theanUCliamltltrlatn theanttCbambeplatn
antfChamevrlatn eampaigji eampal in Germany Germanythe
the Dally Mall ha ha4 telegraphed Lord LordKitcheners LordKltcheners LordKitchenezs
Kitcheners reply to all nth th leading Ger German OefI8 Ge Geman ¬
man papers papersWilliam
William I8 zt T I 9tadh 5ooieeturlng lecturing V in London Londoneaterday Londone Londonyesterdy
eaterday e t rdy said d that he ne thanked God that thatwith thatGerman7 thatGerniany
German7 and Europe were ere bold enough enoughto
to call baby by murder crime Compared Comparedwith Comparedwith
with Englands conduct he continued continuedHerods conttnuedHerod continuedHerods
Herods laughter of innocents was wassaintlike wassaintlike wassaintlike
saintlike Great Britain oMgM to be bebeaten beDeaten bebeaten
beaten in this tli unjust war wa In th the Ameri American American Amencan ¬
can war w we employed employ red skins just as aswe aswe aswe
we have loeeened Kaffirs against the theBoers theBoers theBeers
Boers and a aI thank t O we were W ere beaten beatenHes beatenS
0 01Ies
S V Vlies
lies hf he e W WVC > tf Can Ol 3Wi fi guasg guasgShat gu gue gueS l lIf
S S SV If t tShet
V Shet the Deputy Mayor Iffayori MayorMentom MayorMentone
i Mentone Nov 24 24At At L e meeting of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the munclrwl council of Roquebrune Roquebrunelast
last nteht nlzhtll M Orslni one ofthe of the coun councilors councilors counchore ¬
cilors after a heated discussion cUscuniondrew drew a arevolver arevolyer arevolver
revolver and shot H I Stgaut the deputy deputymayor deputymayor deputymayor
mayor dangerously wounding also the themayor themayor themayor
mayor and the mayors brother who whohad whohad whohad
had tried e4 to arrest Orainl The latter latterescaped latterJ latterescaned
escaped escapedHes e escanedHes > ed edHes
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Hes here Who Can you guess
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w FARlM FARlMELKS F ARE FOR FORELKS r rELKS
ELKS GATHERING GATHERINGHalf GA TH ERI NG NGHalf
Half Rate to be Granted For Big BigConvention BigConvention BigConvention
Convention ConventionNEWSHORT Conventiont ConventionNEWSHORT ConventionNEWSUORT
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NEWSHORT LINE NE CONNECTION CONNECTIONCALirOBNIAOEEGOlT CONNECTONt CONNECTONALIFOItNIAOREGON CONNECTIONCALIEORNIAOREGON
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CALirOBNIAOEEGOlT RAEiBOAD RAEiBOADPROJECT RAHzROADPROJECT BAEROADPnOJBCT
PROJECT IS BEINGEXPLOITED BEINGEXPLOITEDThe DEINGEXPLOITThe BEING EXPLOIDBD
4 4The
The action of the Missouri lis ourl Pacific in inagreeing tnagreeing inagreeing
agreeing to one fare for the round trip tripfor tripfor tripfor
for the Elks national convent conventisa In InSalt 11Salt 1tSalt
Salt Lake Laken next xt August Augu t has forced fo ecf the theother tb fotber thaoilier
other roads into line It is announced announcedthat announ annountbat announcedthat
that the other reads r ds will me me ttlifB ttlifBcompetition t till tillcompetition th thcompeutlon
competition and am thi iesUlt result will be i iuniform a auniform auniform
uniform rate for the big gathering gatherinsWith gathJriqVlth gatheringWIth
With tills low rate in Inorce force the local localElks loeall localElks
Elks expect a tremendous gathering > Jn JnSalt JaSalt inSalt
Salt Lake Aug 12 l to 14 This low face facewill ere erewilt i iwill
will bring out a large traffic outside of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Elks and Salt Lake will be called calledupon calledupon I Iupon
upon to entertain a throng such as ashas ashas ashas
has never before been within its gates gatesEstimates gateEstimates gateeEstimates
Estimates as to the attendance vary varyfrohi VIUYfroin varyfrohi
frohi 20000 to 75QflO V but I the t e lowest lowestestimate lowsetestimate
estimate insures the presence in the thecity tvcity timcity
city of a throng which will tax the re resources ffsources yesources ¬
sources for hospitality The biggest biggestattendance bl jjge jjgeattendance 8 t tattendance
attendance is expected from west sf sfthe f ftho 1the
the Missouri river butexcursUms but exc excdrslOnt r l n ae aealready t taJreadY atsalready
already being planned fromas from tui vex ito eaSt eaitas eMtas eaStas
as New P Fgland FglandSHORT FnglandSEORT igland iglandSHORT
S
SHORT LINE CONNECTiok CONNECTiokPlan NNECTIONPlan S
Plan Discussed aiScuss d Ppr New New ew California CaliforniaOregon CalifiJrnaOr CaliforniaOregon
Oregon Or g Road RoadAnother 1t BesidAnother d dAnother
Another connection COnne tiqnOr for thevdreg thevdregShort time f ile ileShort ttg ttgShort
Short Line is feeing beiii tfipcuesed tl tllpe CUlsed esed in CaJi CaJifornla caJtfornla OaI OaIfornia
fornla A spootel ape dispatch from Kid Kidding Redding ¬
ding to the th SanFrancisco S Francisco Call sa saiS saisThe s sThe
The railroad r llroad building bul lnS itt northern northeqi northersCalifornle northernCalifornia
California present pr prehentand otan and prospective h hled hatled haS haSled
led to the revival reyfv t of the plan pJaIjtp to build buildthat buildthat buildthat
that section of r road which hlch will close closea
a gap and an give gheCalitornf California srioflier riofflernecting con connecting connecting ¬
necting road with the thmeast east < Thosehen Pheeohen6accomplishes hesoh hesohaccomplishes if ifaccomplishes
accomplishes what V the Oregon Ore n Mid Midland Midlnd Midland ¬
land proposed but nOt built would wouldhave wOuldhae wouldhave
have done The Burlington was be behind be behn behInd ¬
hind hn the Midland proposition and nd It ijI jsbelieved
believed eastern railroad d interests are arefostering arefostering arefostering
fostering the new plan that is being b ng
discussed discussedThe discussedThe
The great Increase In lumber and andcattle andcattle
cattle traffic is causing branches from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the main line to push on in several severaldirections severaldirections severaldirections
directions One of the latest projects projectsIs
Is for the extension of the branch from fromMontague froMMontague fromMontague
Montague to Yreka In the western westernportion westernportion westernportion
portion of SIskiyou county Thomas ThomasB
B Walker the lumber king is expect expected
ed to build a long branch through the theeastern theeastern theeastern
eastern Siskiyou timber r land landSimultaneously landSimultaneously landSimultaneously
Simultaneously comes the report of ofprospective ofprospectie ofprospective
prospective work that will have more morethan Morethan ore orethan
than local importance In that it will willsupply wiUsupply willsupply
supply a link for a transcontinental transcontinentalsystem transcontinentalsystem
system It Is probable that one of the theseveral teseveral
several Slsklyoa county branches he beIng heIn heing
Ing In extended toward the Oregon bound bou bouary boumidany
ary in developing northern California CHforalaand Californiaand
and southern Oregon will form part p rt of ofa ofa
a trunk line down the coast to Bu Bureka JDureka tt ttreka
reka to join the old Donahue road and andreach a areach andreach
reach San Francisco bay at Tlburan Tlburanwhile Ttburenwblle Tiburonwhile
while northward a connection will be bemade bemade
made in eastern Oregon with the Ore Oregon OregOI1 Oregozt ¬
gon Short Line to Utah UtahA UtahA Utaht
A t natural any arvI easy route for cross crossing CIOlillIng crossing ¬
ing SIskiyou county from Shasta Val vajley Valley vatiey
ley would be an extension of the Yreka Yrekarailroad YrekrallrOELd Yrekarailroad
railroad to Scott valley valle then over Sal Salrmon S8IOl1 Salmon
mon Ol1 mountain to Salmon Sa n V river or ordown ordown ordown
down Scott river to the the iqamath a amay u uma asmay
may ma be deemed deem upon survey to be the themost themost themost
most practical way tocross to Cr0s8 the level levelcoast Jevelcoast levelcoast
coast valleys direct fb o Eureka to towhich towhich towhich
which point the California North Northwestern Northwestern Northwestern ¬
western or Donahue road Is now no grad gradualy gradualy graduaiy
ualy extending extendingA
A railroad from eastern Oregon Oregonthrough Orepitthrough Oregobthrough
through Siskiyou county to Eureka on onthe onthe onthe
the coast would make connections for fora
a short and direct dire route 1uteto to all eastern easternOregon eaaternOregon easternOregon
Oregon Washington Jdaho daho Montana Montanaand MontaJland Montanaand
and British Columbia It would form formanother formanother formanother
another route to Portland and Seattle Seattleand Seattleand Seattleand
and connect with all the continental continentalroads con continentalroads tlDeJt tal talroads
roads of the north toward the At Atlantic Atlantic Atlantic ¬
lantic lanticAPTEB lanticAFTER
lanticAFTER V
AFTER THE COMBINATION COMBINATIONGovernor COMBINATIONGovernor S SGovernor
Governor Van Sant Will Summon Summonthe summonthe Summonthe
the Legislature LegislatureSt
St S1 Paul Minn Nov No + 24 24The The Pio Pioneer PIoneer P1 P1neer ¬
neer Press tomorrow will say sayGovernor sa saGovernor sayGovernor
Governor Van Sant has determined determinedty
ty t fight the great railway combine as asrepresented as asrepresented asrepresented
represented by the Northern Securities Securitiescompany Securitiescempany Securitiescompany
company to the last ditch He has hasdecided hasdecided hasdecided
decided to call ah an extra session of the thelegislature thelegislature thelegislature
legislature for the purpose purpo e of provid providing provldIn providing ¬
ing In funds for the legal battle and says saysthat R8that saysthat
that should the legislature fail to ap appropriate apprvpriate apprcpriate ¬
propriate the amount asked he ne Will Willus Willuse m mUse
us Use his own private fortune to carry carryon carryon carryon
on the contest contestWhile contestVhlle contestWhile
While the governor declined to make makepublic makepublic makepublic
public his plains for prosecuting the thefight tbetight thefight
fight he does not deny that he has hasdecided basdecided hasdecided
decided upon an extra session This Thisdecision Thisdecision Thisdecision
decision was reached after a protract protracted ¬
ed conference with the heads of the thevarious thevarious thevarious
various departments and the chairman chairmanof
of the house committee on appropria appropriations apPIOpt1aUcns approptiatlons ¬
tions One hundred thousand thousan dollars dollarswill dollarswill dollarswill
will be asked for to cover the ex expenses expenses oxpenses ¬
penses of hiring counsel to assist the theattorney theattorney theattorney
attorney general and for other oth i emer emergencles emergencies emergencies
gencies Beyond Be nd appropriating the themoney tlwmoney timemoney
money the governor does not believe believethat believethat believethat
that the legislature can aid him ma materially JntIterially mpgterlally ¬
terially The antitrust and ahticon ahticonsolldation a antieonsolidation t1con t1consolldation
solldation on laws now upon the thestatute thestatute thestatute
statute books of this state are looked lookedupon lookedupon loalcedupon
upon as embodying the limit of Jggis Jggislatlve j Jeglalative ils ilslative
lative powers and nd the flght will be bemade bemade bemade
made In the courts courtsAlthough courtsAlthough courtsAlthough
Although the governor does net an anticipate aatlcJpate antielpate ¬
ticipate that the legislature will hesi hesitate hMItate heeItate ¬
tate to appropriate the sum asked askedhe Ibr Ibrhe r rhe
he states that should it not do so he hewill htowill hewill
will use his private fortune to carry carryon rryon crryon
on the struggle until it is exhausted exhaustedor
or he has gained a decisive victory victoryThe victoryThe victoryThe
The call for the extra session se will willprobably willprobably willprobably
probably not be made until the first IIratof firstof
of the year ear and the date of the con convening convening convetting ¬
vening will likely be Feb 1
GOULD NOT IN SAN PEDRO PEDROFormal PEDROFormal PEDROFormal
Formal Denial of the Tale Hade in inNew inNew inNew
New York YorkThe YorkThe YorkThe
The tale that George J Gould is to totake tottkt totake
take over the San Pedro as part of ofhis ofhis
Ibis his sytem is laughed at by persons personsidentified personsIdentified I IIdentified i
identified with the Gould interests The TheNew TheNew
New York Commercial Advertiser has hasthis sthis hasthis I
this to say of the story originating in inDenver InDenver inDenver
Denver that Gould was to absorb the theSan I ISan I ISan I
San Pedro PedroReports PedroReports
Reports have emanated front fr Di two tw twor tworthree or orthree orthree I
three different points in the west with within wfJmIn Jt JtIn ¬
in the past few days that George J JGould JGould JGould
Gould was interested with Senator Wt WtA W WA WtA
A Clark of O f Montana in the building buildingof
of the proposed propo ed new line from Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City to Los Angeles and nd other otherpoints otbelpoints otherpoints
points on the Pacific coast These r rports reo reoports re reports
ports are pronounced pronou ced to be without withoutfoundation withoutfoundation I
foundation by representatives of the theGould I IGould I IGould
Gould interests interestsSenator interestsSenatol
Senator Clarks read is dfettjpMdto dfettjpMdtonarallerand dna4toparallel V to toD
narallerand D parallel Sand compete with a j 0rUn 1J f fIhe
Ihe bh Southern Pacific systen systemi B 30Harriman If IfHarriman Ir IrHarriman
Harriman has vigorously opposed its itsconstruction Itsconstruction Itsconstruction
construction and at one point com compelled compelled cornpelted ¬
pelled by a United States court order orderSenator orelerSenator orderSenator
Senator Clarks construction gang to tostop tostop tostop
stop work The new road it is al alleged alIlged alleged ¬
leged trespassed ed upon the Southern SouthernPacifics SouthernPaclflcs SouthernPacifics
Pacifics right of way wayGeorge wayGeor wayGeorge
George Geor J Gould Is an influential influentialmember influentialmEtmber influentialmember
member of the Harriman syndicate and andIs andIs andis
Is interested inter ted in the Union Pacific PI l c eye system sy sytem eyetom ¬
tem which owns the Southern Sout ern P Pcific Pa Pacific i iclflc
cific lines The suggestion that Mr
Gould would join bands with entor 1eutorClaTIOV entorClark
Clark against t Mr Harriman ia rldi rldicuJed r1dluled ridiculeti
cuJed by the friends f of both men Mr MrHarriman lrarriman MrVjjgfl
Vjjgfl Harriman and Mr Gould are joint di directors directors dlrectors ¬
rectors in almost all of the railroad railroadProperties railroadpropertiea V
Properties controlled by the Union Pa Pacific Padft Pacifle ¬
cific dft and the Gould interests interestsSenator InterestsSenator interestsSentor
Senator Clark lark i Is quoted as saying sayingthat sayingtbat sayingthat
that his proposed road would he built builtin builtin builtL
in L spite of all opposition and a belief beliefprevails bEliefpnoYatbi beliefprevails
prevails In some quarters that be ne has hasexisted has1I8ted haseVlisted <
existed 1I8ted certain Standard Oil interests interestsin
in his behalf half R C Kerens K ren8 of St StLouis StIpuia
Louis is at present Senator Clarks Clarkseltief ClarksdUef Clarkschief
chief lieutenant in this rairoad enter enterprise enterrtH enterprise ¬
prise priseIt rtHIt V VIt
It to authoritatively stated that the theStandard thes theStaadard
Standard s Oil men are in no way in intweeted intect inwrested
tweeted tect In the new road Senator SenatorClark SenatorC1ark SenatorCIark
Clark is able ble to build the road without withoutcalling Withoutev4liug ithouttalting
calling for assistance on anybody anybodyRailroad anybodyRilro anybodyVS
VS V Railroad d Notes NotesThe Not NotesThe S SXhe
The discharge of a large number of ofWMiers ofIera ofioldiers
WMiers Iera at the fort has kept the tray traveling tra traetlDfr trayeng ¬
eng passenger pu agents of local roads roadsCt1ve roadsaetve roadsat1ve
Ct1ve going ne after this business businessC
C Ira Tuttle general cenerallivestock livestock agent agentof agentOf agentof
of the Oregon Short Line expects to tostop tostep tostep
step over over at Burro Siding Sld en his way to toJackass toJackassSprlnp toJnckass
Jackass JackassSprlnp Springs today todayHes todayo V
o 0 0Jihs
S Hes here Who Can you guess guessWELCOME guessc guessWELCOME
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V WELCOME WELCOMEIRISH IRISH IRISHENVOVS IRISHENVOVSLarg ENVOYSLarge ENVOYS ENVOYSLarge
Large Orswd Greets Redmond Mc McHugk XcHugh McS McEtigh
Hugh and ODonnell at Chicago ChicagoChicago Chicagoblcap Ohicagoehicagt
S Chicago Nov 24 tAn An audience estimated estimatedt estimatedtfQP
gt t tfQP 59110 QPO persons gathered in the Audi Auditorium Auditorium Auditorium ¬
torium tonight ton t to welcome the envoys envoysUnited envoyserm envoysfrom
from the United Irish teagtM John E EmonaPatrick Efted Elled
fted iond monaPatrick Patrick A McHngk and Thom Thomas Tho ThoODonnell Thomas ¬
as ODooneU and to celebrate the anni anniveraacy annlvet annivetMty
veraacy vet atY of the death of the Manchester Manchestermartyrs ManchesterMatlT8 ManchesterVtyrs
martyrs Vtyrs Alien Larkin and OLeary OLearyThe OLearyThe OLearyThe V
The oration of the evening was delivered deliveredby
by Mr Redmond who cheered eh retl his lie listeners 1I 1IU lieloners ¬
teners loners by telling U them that Ireland Is I r rng now nowunited nowulsed
united and awakened T their t enthusiasm i by byfeetaring by4artng
feetaring ng that the IbOVPOOPIC people never nt er were so soMar soJMar SOnear
Mar the realization of their fond hopes hopesM ho s sMw
M now nowT Mwnom
V T nom Thomas oma Pjonneli ODODD H gave an energetic a aewunt ac acCOlurt acount <
count COlurt of what 1th t is Isbelug being accomplished acompll hed in inI inCIte inhe
I die he British parliament by the young and anddetermined anddetern antideterntmned
determined n Irish IrI members He spoke of ofI ofed ofje1abda
je1abda a piraUons and the pro progress ret1S ret1Sbt
ed bt bi iJICmade made toward their reallza reallzat
t a U Patrick XeHush add addressed ed the meet meetwI meetIis
I inff with wI a characteristically e fierce fiercech fiercehe fiercespeech
speech speechhe ch chhe
he meeting was presided over by Colo ColoJobnF ColoJoaaJ1Flnert Coinn
n JobnF JoaaJ1Flnert John T Finerty headof head or the local localbranch localItnueb localbraneh
branch of mthe o the United Ul ted Irish league On Onthe Ontlte Onthe
the ptatterjn pJaU were we the officers of the Sec Second SecoDd Seetind
oDd regiment reslipeut n IDinote national guard of oftoeen otIll off1eere
toeen Ill of jim M ClanMaGael guards imrds rds In the thefull thefull thefull
full regimental regi meatat and many y prominent prominentEritfc prominente8ldeb prominentandi
Eritfc residents of the city TTnited States StatesSenator StatesStmator States9iimator
Senator Ma MaIIOa oa io wade de ashort a ort address addressStork addresstB addressStork
< tB tBSrk
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THE GONYON MINING COMPANY COMPANYTlntic COMPANYTlnUc V VTintic
Tlntic mining district Principal place of ofbusiness ofbumne ofbusiness
business Salt Lake City i y Utah Notice Noticete
te hereby y given nn that at a meeting of the thetd thedirecto
41teetofS directo s of the Gon Gonyon on MinIng compau compauythsld f
I td p < MH Friday Nov 22 1901 an assess assessVf aS8e assessf s sIf
Vf f onetourth < K of a cent per perB peral perta
B ta was al evied on the capital stock of oftffo oft ofVt
Vt tffo t f corporation C11 > OratioD payable ynbie bi on or before Dec Dec2J Dec2J DecV
2J 2J V 1901 to ito t she stottUUty C4 4 East Ea1toond Ea1toondSouth LseondSouth Jfrfoond JfrfoondSouth
South street San Sa t Lake ke City Utah Any AnyCock Anyupon Anystck
stck Cock upon which the assessment may re rein re8In ¬
8In 5111 in unpaid on the Del day of Deeembr Decemberwill Deeembrwill
1101 will be delinquent and advertised advertisedfor
for sale at public auction and and1 unless unlesspayment unlesspaTHmt unlesspayment
payment is made > before will b M sold on onthe onthe onthe
the 15th day of January Jan arr 190 to pay de delinquent delinquent dolinquent ¬
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