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c cESTABLISHED ESTABLISHED ED JUNE 6 1870 181 18 70 SALTLAKECITYUTAH SALT LAKECTY LAKE CITY UTAH SWJMY SJ S D A I Y JUNE 29 1902TweatyFoflrPages t902m 1gOl = = Twenty wentyFonrP Foar Fa PRICE FIVE CENTS
ALEX A ROBERTSON ROBERTSONPaying MISSING MISSINGMAY MISSINGMAY
MAY HAVE T AKIN OWN LIFE LIFEPaying LIFEPaying
Paying Teller of Wells Fargo Cos GosBank Bank Saidto Said Saidto Saidto
to Be Short in His AccountsDisapptarod Accountspisappearnd Accounts AccountsDisipptarad
Disipptarad Yesterday Morning and Was Last Seen Going Toward TowardHills towardHills owardHills
Hills Carrying a Shotgun ShotguntC
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ALEX A BOBEBTS01T BOBEBTS01Ti 1tOmmTSONATgy OBERTSONIDER
i LEZA3STDKR DO A Robertson member r ihf ry council coun l1 and D paying payingtalkr payingteDa p a nng
ATgy A toll talkr in WeiiatFargoa WellsP argo s bank has boon mifBJng sinca sine a SJO JQ iA josterday josterdaymorning Jcsterda7JDonuuc es to rda y ymotwng
JDonuuc morning At that BOUT > our he started toward J the foothOJs foothill northeast i rtheast of ofthe oft
t the city with a shotgun over his shoulder s His is atoounte at thabank o bank are areMid arelaid aresaid
Mid to show a shortage sbo tage Either be isdead isdeaclihia at haWa n bends or rJre toa has ab abeondaij abIOOItdIIl abeeondefili
eondaij and his friende f of waomtiuMtc4M w whom o fbeice o1 > hriTy fl W b befcera the suicidetheory suicide suicidetheory suicidetMory
theory theorywRohti v s sfaBob I
faBob as he is familiarly n r i faiowjt be JMJO jMtaJ rnwqttg moQ as 8J usual usualsod utu alcJ alcJInd
sod h Hght 1iPcaaL frt WxkfMt T3 The 9 gthe7 gthe7perIOuin r rperson
ate a tagrv T ErVmb iQaip piiigtr jSQpTjjrt 4i Iy hf r rperson
person perIOuin in the bovee observed obecrtedthat f tlJatJaei tluit JMr ke wa i t in fact 1tctextremely factextremely 1 1f
f extremely despondent despondentAfter 1 jl jlAfter > i
After the meal he put on his h hat toad got t his hofcgun abo loaded it with withtwo withI I
1 two cartridges and started from the houfe boil e The Tbeiirl girl irl tried to dkecude di ude < him himfrom himfrom I
from fro taking t king the gun and he told her he heY nngbt Y 1J t need it during < the day Her Hersuspicions HerIUSple10ns itersuspicions
suspicions suspicions were we further aroused at this tA iliUiiiiunt t and he then told her he heintended heintended heintended
intended to lend it to a friend friendIf friendH
If the bank calls up for me say thai I will bis down on the next car tatxhe car3 car3he carhe
he said saidAgain saidAgain
slidAgain
Again the girl implored bnp1 red him not to tak t the tlreglute gua but to no pUlp purposeHe purpose purposeHe 1O 1OlIe
He put on a pair of o loins and left the house hodseThe houseThe hotleThe
The residence is situated near the ostcaer oe r l of SfeveBtA l East and First FirstOOuth FirstSouth PLrstSouth
South streets Robertson Rober walked to the corner or r of Eleventh l East and turned turnednorth turnedIortb turnednorth
north At the intersection sedion he met a young yoieq dftu htar of Detective George GeorgeA
A Sheets and together they walked up to South s Temple street As the therain therain therain
rain began an to fall fan the little girl rushed for shelter and Robertson con continued cont controlled ¬
trolled t northward unaccompanied So far as known that thatis is the last ast seen of ofhim ofh ofhim
him h L
Consternation at the Batik BahkAs Ba 1k 1kAs
As he had anticipated the bank phoned for him at about 9 oclock and andthe andthe andthe
the gill told exactly what had happened happeDedlf1tete There hero was 8 consternation at the thebank thoank thebank
bank ank and friends of the missing mi ing teller around town quickly learned of his hisdisappearance hisdisapptarance hisdisappearance
disappearance By noon City Recorder 1f1stroJBaek Jfystrem Jack May Ma C E Taylor Taylortnd Taylornd TaylorFnd
tnd nd former Detective Sheets were up in the foothills searching for the theman theman theman
man They The followed his track for some somd distaaea > beyond the northeast northeastcorner northeastfOmfr northeastcorner
corner of the city cemetery but the footprints were obliterated oblitera d beyond a acertain anrtain acertain
certain point po Dt by the rain For hours they pursued the t e search exploring exploringrrerv
every cave and ravine but absolutely abeolutel Ho trace was found A shot was wasbeard wasIMard washeard
beard in that riciaity n ntnded cn uty during the tbeorJliaJ morning mor Possibly it was the shot that thatended thattnJfd
ended Alex Robert ona life lifeLast lifeLa lifeLast
Last La t evening evening Cashier Dooly and his assistants went over Robertsons Robertsonsnecounts RebertaoasIIrrount Robertroaaccounts
accounts That there was a shortage she is admitted but the amount of it is isnot isnot isnot
not pi given ireD ren Chief C of Police Paul was wa in consultation o on with Mr Dooly andseveral and andwrer andfrMI
several wrer frMI l other officers are at work on the case Soa e meaoagnc IB were sent out outiu outin outiu
iu Wh directions to iohe the authorities to look o out rt for the miesUg m1 telor Little Littleelse LiuJerll Littleelse
else cmtld c < lld be done until this morning morningOnly morningonly JlC JlCOnly
Only two theories were advanced adnmcedf after i iea r the theshort sbortaglf in n thB t ocounte ocountea a aIj
ea a discovered Ij nd One was eaicideand suicide and aU the tleci eito csxcbf0staaoes iastaitoee taces point po in that thatdirection thatdirf thatdirection
direction dirf > tion The other o theory that at Robertson made tde believe blie he was going to tokill <
kill himself him lfnd sad left town in a roundabout TOundaboqtq way is rudely shaken when it 1s 1se is isConsidered isn
Considered e n idtred that by waiting until after banking ba mg hours yesterday ye he would wouldhave wou1clhn wouldhave
have hn had all Saturday night all day Sunday and 1ida1 all Sunday night ht to get getthe Ketth getthe
the th start of the officers officersThis ofIcersThi o cers cersThis
This nornaa moransg the soldiers at Fort Douglas D a large number ber of Elks EHcspf EIbIf Elksof
pf which the misting man was a member membuibe the sheriff s ole and police policedepartment pe1ieedpartIDfDi policedepartweat
department will torn out in search of the body for forthe the discovery 17 of whieh whiehfriends whiehfritllds whichfriend
friends have offered 0 a rewud rewardRobertson rewudRobertson rewudRobertson
Robertson Was Despondent DespondentFriday
Friday night Robertson attended the btaycte ele mots rae at the Salt Palace and andas andRt anderas
eras as in his hi usual good humor according < ta t the t friends who were with him
Coming Comi up town to after the races he went lutd int restaurant While waiting <
for hb supper pp to he cooked he suddenly bnenfttt ix3Qn Htn and despondent and andrefrained aDdrefrained andrefrained
refrained frcm taJIdIIII taUdn He would not auuwer rIIIIt qae ieng put to him hut 1MItolrd an anreared
reared olrd to be oblivion to anything going on n around him himRobertson hbDRobel himRobertoo
Robertson OD left the r restaurant urant with City CIt1B Recorder < I Nystrom to take the thest
l lest st t ear ar east on First South Xr Nystrom aahud Mm if he was gains to topnd toettPnd
ttPnd 8 pnd John ttddowaTa q funeral funeralCertainly t1meIaIbo fnneralCertainly
Certainly wan the reply re I was with It him lit the old council All the theWith
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boys bo are going goingWith gotpgtitith
With this statement lie got on the t e ear and stood on the rear platform platformContinued platformContinued tform tformCoutiaed
Continued on Page PageSALT PpSALT PteSALT >
SALT LAKERS BUY LAST LASt CHANCE CHANCESpecial CflANCE MINE MINEto
+ Special to The Herald HeraldAN 1 eraMSAN y yAN +
+ AN Ai1D AXDXBAE CaL June aA A nrintng 4ai of much important to toCahtvetua toCalaft tollalperat +
SAN
+ Cahtvetua a county was consununattd here today whereby ex ext extenlve + f ftensive
tensive t operations opera oe win at once b begin in on what hi known knownas kn owa owaas +
+ as the Last Chance mine on the Utica Uti vein at Angelstamp Angers + f ftamp
+ tamp The principal l In the trttMaetfon are the heirs of oflhe oftbe ofthe +
I + the estate of O C Tryon the prapent oncers and an eastern euteraIndicate easternsyndicate easternindicate +
+ indicate headed by J E Bamberger president ul4rt t of the famous Daly DalyWest D81yW DalyVeet +
+ West W t mine at Park City Utah It ia hinted that this deal means aa en ea eatrance entrance + r rwver
+ trance IntoADpI tnto Angel Camp of an ex exp1orat1olt oustptrny PIAT woo Jaft6tmeats lavestunedscurer +
+ wver the t M range from Mexico to Alaska Alaskai +
+ i e A Molson a mining engineer of Salt Lake Utah is here In the in Intertst Intenet + f fterest
+ tenet of the syndicate yndit ate The ground to be developed eIoped commences at Aa Aar8 Aagels + f fKela
+ gels r8 ueeJt reek on th th > strike < of the lake vita scar scarcely Ceiy 50 iOt feet from the thelatest Uaelt thelatest +
+ latest lt t and deepest Utiea shaft known locally as the Cross shart The Thewtnklngs TIleOrklnp Theeorkingi +
+ wtnklngs of the ftira t Ci k3 a mine are raid to extend from this shaft practically practicallyto + tto
+ to the common boundary between bet neen the properties in pay ore and this deal dealcover + frover
+ rover 10 a di ditan distance tanc of 85W feet In the 1af length a the lod lode The proposition propoalUoainvol JIIOPO ItIoRnol + 4 4invol
+ invol > < ultimate consideration closely approximating < J200WO including includingpure IneludlagpunIJp +
4 pure punIJp i < r p t irrerd 1Irn i rt d improvements and 8 nd was negotiated D tta tfd by Judge John A AStre At Atree +
+ Stre tree t < > r Tl Thnas T mas R H Higgins H fgin formerly of Salt Lake > but lately of San SanAndi SanAnd SanAndy +
+ And Andya +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
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Bet Jt o Fim lames F ur r < M I es i e weep sw Pi tAr A r B 6e f 5 t fJ fJSmall i iSmall
Small Towns Doomed D omedBig Big Trees Being Cofr Cofrsumed CO COumed Cosumed
sumed in Conflagration
TOCKTON Cal J Je e 31 IJl A special speciali spedalfrom specialftoin
s i from Sooora Tuehunae county to toa tothe tothe
a the e IndepenllenL independentisays Inc1egn ont a disastrous disastrouslorXtt dlR8trotOlNt dtaastrortotreot
lorXtt lire is raglngm raging g a the mountains mountainsf mo otalna otalnaeft
eft f Tuoluntne Tuolu coun County county i along the Tuo Tuolurane Tuo1U1IBe Tuolwnne
lurane 1U1IBe river canyon and traveling trav 1lng g fast fastsoutheast fastlIOutlJeut fastsoutbeast
southeast in the direction of the Merced Mercedriver Mercedriver Mercedlriver
river and the Tuolumne big trees in inthe inthe inthe
the vicinity of the Yosemite road The Theflames Tbe1Iames Theflames
flames are four miles wide and are de defying de defytng defying ¬
fying all efforts of a large Jargearmy army of fire firel fireten areflghters
l fighters ten The T e fire started seven miles milesfrom milesfrom milesfrom
from Crockers station on the Yosemite Yosemiteroad Yosemiteroad Yosemiteroad
road and rapidly swept to the south southeast southeaat southeast ¬
east Soldiers So1 lers have been sent out from fromWawona fromWawoD fromWawona
Wawona on the southern road to Yo Yoaemite YoJIeIJIlte Yosemite
semite and will reach the line of firetoday fire firetoday firetoday
today Crockers station on the Yo Yosemite Yosemite Yosemite ¬
semite road is safe butHolden but Hoklen and andHazel andHazel andHazel
Hazel Green are probably doomed and
Eldorado ban Jttn Juno X SJe Jessie Morrison Mor Morrison Xor1IMD ¬
rison hi her third trial for the mur murder murder murder ¬
der of Mrs Olin Castle at her home homehi homeIn horsht
hi this th city in Jjun June 1100 was today todayfound todQfOUDC1 todayfound
found guilty of murder In the second seconddegree se OI1ddegree seconddegree
degree The jury juryWas was out t twelve twel hours hoursTh hoursThe loursThe
Th The case may be appealed again againJessie againJ againJessie
Jessie J Morrison killed Clara Wfley WfleyCastle WUe7Caat1e Wileycastle
Castle with a razor in a quarrel eight eightdays ekhtdays etghtdays
days after Mrs Castle had been married mar married ¬
ried to Olin cue with whom both bothwomen bothwomen bothwomen
women had been in love Miss Mor Morrison Morrlon ¬
rison is the daughter clu ter of R M Mor Morrison iorrI Morrisen ¬
risen formerly a circuit judge The Thefirst Thefirst
first tpal trial resulted in a disagreement disagreementAt
At the second trial Miss Morrison was wasATTORNEY wuATTORNEY wasATTORNEY
ATTORNEY ASKS AS S NEW NEWTRIALFM NEWTRIALJOR NEWTRIALFOR
TRIALFM BALL BALLIET BALLIETDea IET IETDes
Dee Motees ° flu Jane 1 2 sJudp sJudpCIaarIee JJudgeCharles Judg JudgCharles
Charles A A Bishop to the supreme ftpreJDeNCt supremet supremeeovrt
t eovrt + ou rt filed a motion for a new trial trialtoday trialto trialtoday
today to on behalf of 9 zatson Lctson A A Ballet Ballietwho Balliet BallietWM Balletwho
who was found SMttiy three weeks ek1t7 ago ageby agoby
by a Jury in the United States dis district district l ltrlet ¬
trict court of bas the mails to de defraud detr1Id defraud ¬
fraud The grounds for the motion are arechiefly areclaiefty arechiefly
chiefly technical technicalEmmet techDle81Emmet technicalEmmet
Emmet Callahan of Baker City Ore OreBaHiefe reBaJUet OreBallets
Ballets western attorney J jaIDs tas with withJudge WithJ1Idp withJedae
Judge Bishop m the application for a arebearins IIreIMarID aretxinb
rebearins of the case There ate atenineteen ILteDlaeteen alenineteen
nineteen counts in the motion One Oneof Oneof Oneof
of the roost sweeping W charges in the thepaper thepaper thepaper
paper is that thattM the vei veritet kt isdearly Is > clearly theresult the theresult theresult
result of passion and prejudice on thepart the thepart theJMUt
part of the J jury ry trying the case The Thedefendants ThedeleD Thedefendaats
defendants aats attorneys declare that the theevidence theevidence theevidence
evidence in this case ZeUs to show that thatany thatany
any offense I such SQC as that charged in inthe inthe inthe
the indictment was as committed by the thedefendant thedefeu thedefendant
defendant defendantIn at atIn
In conclusion the petition ttdcm says saysThe ayaThe saysThe
The court erred in Instructing the thejury thejury thejury
jury that if defendant rtDdant as a witness witnesshad witnesshad itnf itnfhad >
had not fully explained matters ma material material material ¬
terial to the issues in the case and
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it is feared the Tuolwnan Tuolumng big trees will willgo wingo wiltgo
go in the great reat conflagration The ThetoU toll tollhouse tollhonor i
house at Cranes flat on the Yosemite Yoseraiteroad Yosemiteroad I Iroad
road is reported destroyed The brush brushis br brushis sh I
is high and dry and the fire re is sweep sweeping sweepIng sweepIng ¬
ing along with fearful rapidity Thereport The Thereport T e I
report here e is that a government sur survey survey ¬ I IYey
vey party under J G Hooper and D DA DI DIA DA
A A Jones who have a contract to sur survey survey ¬
vey all the unsurveyed townships in inthe inthe Inthe
the high hJ h Sierras of that section built builta I Ia
a signal fire last night about one mile milefrom milefrom tullefrom
from Pilot Peak a prominent land landmark 1an 1anmark landmark ¬
mark near the summit and later cov covered covered covered ¬
ered it with dirt and returned to camp campA campA campA
A heavy wind arose in the night and andscattered andscattered andscattered
scattered fire over the hillside and gave gaveit gaveIt gaveit
it headway before the surveyors Surveyors ulVeyorscouid ulVeyorscouidr could oouidrejach couldreach
reach r eh It It The fire is in a a heavily he vl1y wood wooded wooded wooded ¬
ed section and the th destruction of valu valuable valuable 8luable ¬
able timber will be verf ve vet y groat geo geoc
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DENVER STREET CAR OVERTURNS f fELEVEN
ELEVEN PASSENGERS INJURED
Den Denver r Goto June 3S SAt At U oclock oclocktonigtt oclocktolliClt4 oclocktoialgk
tonigtt an electric street car loaded loadedwith loadedwith loadedwith
with people returning from a suburban suburbanresort suburbantMOrt suburbanresort
resort jumped the track and overturned overturnedat
at the corner of West Thirtyeighth
avenue and d Homer boulevard Eleven Elevenpersons Elev Bleveapersons
persons pe18O were seriouXyinjured se ytajured and four fourof f fof fourof
of them are likely to die te e There were wereabout wereabout
about eighty persons o oa the car Cr and ail ailwere IIwere allwere
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were more or less injured
JESSIE MORRISONS THIRD TRIAL TRIALRESULTS TRIALI TRIALRESULTS TRIALRESULTS
I
RESULTS IN A VERDICT BF GUILTY
found guilty of manslaughter and andgiven andgiven andgiven
given a five years sentence 8e iien ceShe She spent spentbut speotbut spoutbut
but two months in the penitentiary penitentiarybeing PtnitentJa17being penitentiarybeing
being granted a newtrial new trlal Jut JutnMU7 Feb February February ¬
ruary ruaryAs nMU7AJ ruaryAs
As the foreman ereman finished ftnls ed reading the theverdict thevenlkt theverdict
verdict this morning Miss Morrison Morrisonturned YotJiturDed Morrisonturned
turned pale threw her arms around aroundher r1tu aroundher d dher
her aged ed fathers medic hid her head headon
on his shoulder and both wept bit bitterly btttert7 bitterly ¬
terly Later in her cell Miss Mor Morrison YorrbJon Morrison ¬
rison refused to talk other than to tosay tosay
say that she Debad had not expected expectedvietlon a con conviction oonvlction ¬
viction adding addingThe adcUgThe addingThe
The Judge j was against me from the thefirst Ute1Irst thefirst
first to the last lastwhich lutwhich lastwhich
which were naturally within his hisknowledge hl5knowJedge hlaknowledge
knowledge then the jury might gat con consider eonaider ¬
sider such a circumstance as asto tending
to show that the facts if ifld exptetaed exptetaedwould expiaiieclwould
would ld bear out the U contention of lh lhgovernment Ute UteverJUDeDt thegovernment
government and that his failure to ex explain exp1Jn oxplain ¬
plain them is against a him himThe hlmThe bimThe
The motion for new trial has been bemforwarded 9aeaforwanled beenforwarded
forwarded to Judge Munder er of ofwho Omaha Omahawho Omahawho
who presided over the trial in which
Ballet was found guilty gu ty A time for forhearing forberIng forhearing
hearing arguments on the motton will willbe willbe
be probably set m In the near futureTHBSB future futureas fu lre lreTHREE
as o oTHUEB
THREE RTTTgp m TORNADOEvanaviIIe TORNADO TOBNADOEvansvilte TORNADOvUle
Evansvilte vUle Indi Ind June 2 2TJaree 2g Three persons per persons per8OD8 ¬
sons were killed and seven or eightbadly eight eightbadly t tbadly
badly injured in a tornado that tJJatover passedover passed passedover
over this country tonight The a taU to l lties
ties occurred at St Wendell about abetttten aboutten a t ttell
ten miles from this city The dead
Clarence Goedde aged agedADdrew 89 89Andrew 86Andrew
Andrew Goedde aged 79 79Chrte itCb11s 79hug
hug Laugel LaugelThe LaugeLThe LaugeLThe
The most seriously Injures i Frank FJankdde
Goedde Go dde Jacob Refcender George Un
derheimer der eimer Peter WolfThe Wolf WolfThe WoILThe
The path of the storm was about
two ta miles wide and had a fearful ve ve ¬
locity locityMany locitytany locityMany
Many buildings were ere demolishedThe demolished demolishedThe 4t 4tTbe
The loss to property > will amount to toabout toabout J
about 100060 100080c
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C deJ1l rte sAceo cos St Still Ab AbtaKeep e ey
TaIee taKeep p y fFAmerlpan fFAmerlpanfficials American
pOfficials
Officials OfficialsQuebec OfficialsQuebec fficialsQuebec
Quebec Quebec June 2S STbe SIhe The GaynerGreene GaynerGreenecase GalerGreeneae
case was as again lnbrought brought up in the su superor sulMiOr superor
peror court today tOOa on writs of habeas habeascorpus habeascorpus habeasCorpus
corpus issued Jun 20 and 2L Mr Tas Taschereau Taschereau Taschereau
chereau counsel cottn el for the prisoners prisonersmoved pti onersved prisonersved
moved ved for writs rits of certiorari issued to toJudge tofudge toedge
Judge edge Lafontaine at Montreal Montr l to pro produce produce produce ¬
duce the records and all documents in inthe inUte inthe
the case but Mr McMasters of the theprosecution thepto thepkosecution
prosecution pto immediately objected to the themotion themotJon themotion
motion being argued arguedHe arguedHe arguedHe
He said that being the senior at attorney attcrney attcrney ¬
tcrney he had the right to make the thefirst theftrst thefirst
first applicaton in relation of the writs writsissued writsJAUed writsIssued
issued June 20 and 21 1 At Mr Ir McMas McMasters McMastera McMasters ¬
ters request the returns of Sheriff SheriffLanglier SheriffLangDer SheriffLanguor
Languor on the last writs were read readin readip dlJl
in court and the former moved that thatox thatM thatall
ox the returns on the writs were not notcomplete notcomplete notcomplete
complete they be amended by the thesheriff therut thesheriff
sheriff sheriffMr sheriffMr rut rutMr
Mr Taschereau objected obj ted to any anyamendments uyamendments anyamendments
amendments being made to the writs writsas writsas flts fltsts
ts as they were complete completeMr comDleteMr completeMr
Mr Taschereau defied Mr McMasters McMasterstoproduce McMastersto
toproduce to produce a power pow r of attorney from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the United States government author authorising authorttllJg authort ¬
t ising lgg him to act in this case case or to take takepart takepart takepart
part in the proceedings Mr McMas McMasters McMasters
ters repled that he had full authoriza authorization authorization authorization ¬
tion to act in the case from the attor attorney attorgeneral attorgeneral ¬
ney general of the United States Sta te and andas andas andas
as such he opposed the action for the thewrits thewrits I
writs of certiorari Mr Taschereau Taschereaumoved Taschereaumoved Taschereaumoved
moved for a writ rlt of certiorari ordering orderingJudge
Judge Lafontaine to forward the record recordfrom recordfrom recordfrom
from Montreal to Quebec showing that thatcopies thatcopies thatcopies
copies of Otth8 these writs were served rved on onJudge onJJJdce onJudge
Judge L lontaine Lafontaine Mr Stuart followed followeda followedlength
a tit length citing c1Un authorties authortiesM1TUH authorttesIVcITCHBLI
18 it
M1TUH XITCHELL KM IS ON HISWAY HIS HISWAY msWAY
WAY TO T CHICAGO CHICAGOWilkesbarre CHICAGOWllkesrre CHICAGOWilkesbarre
Wilkesbarre Fa June 25Presideat 25PresideatMitchell 2S IPresident IPresidentfttehell President PresidentMitchell
Mitchell of the United Mine Workers WorkersKit WorkersJtft Workerst
Kit t for the west t late this afternoon afternoonHe
He will go direct to Chicago f where It ItIs ItI ItIs
Is expected he will hold a conferencewith conference conferencewith conference1VitJa
with prominent proml Dt representatives repre eatativea Sev Several Sevof Sevoral ¬
oral of the head of the brotherhoods brotherhoodsmay bcotller OOC
may take part in the conference al although although ¬
though no one will 1Jl vouch for this it ithiring itteing
hiring merely a rumor floating around aroundstrike arounds4trike
s4trike strike e headquarters here hereThere hereThere ere
There is no doubt however that the thehead thedead
head of the Miners union will confer conferwith conferwith
with the district officiate of the United UnitedMine UnitedMine
Mine Workers > in the bituminous re regions regions ¬
gions all through the west w t For For the thepast thepast thepast
past week delegations from the soft softcoal softcoal softcoal
coal regions of the west have been inWilkeebarre in inWUkesbarre inWUkesbarre
WUkesbarre consulting with Mr Mitch Mitchefi lII1tchell Mitchoft
ell regarding the present pre ent status of the theanthracite theaathracite theanthracite
anthracite strike and the coining C na national JIILUona1 tintlonal ¬
tional convention of miners at Indianapolls Indian Indianapolis ¬
poll poll1tEBELLION
SSBELUOIT IK HAYTX HAYTXCape RAYTICape HAYTLCape
Cape Haytien June 2 3SGreat Great excite excitement exdteJPeIIt excitemoat ¬
moat has prevailed here since yester yesterday ye yeaterdy ter ¬
day 7 Admiral KiUIck commander of ofQje oftJae ofthe
the Hayden fleet disembarked di troops troopsto
to support General Firman former formerHaytien formerQrtlen
Haytien aytien minister at Paris and d one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the candidates for the pc presidency pret ency of ofthe ortbe ofthe
the republic and after refusing ref to torecognise tothe torecognise
recognise the constituted con Ututed authorities authoritiesthreatened aut authoritiesthreatened oriUeUaretened
threatened to bombard Cape Haytien HaytienThe Ha7tJeathe HaytlenThe
The consular representatives repre today todayprotested todaytested todayIirgtested
protested tested against such action being beingtaken beingtaken
taken The bishop and a delegation of ofthe ofae ofthe
the foreign consuls endeavored to toBring toirlpg tobrlpg
Bring about harmony between the theContending theCQIlteodlag thecontending
Contending factions but their efforts effortsfailed effortstaUed effortsfailed
failed of success Since nae 5 oclock odockthls odockthlstteDOOiI this thisaftamooe thisafternoon
afternoon fighting has been ia prog progress progJ progTess ¬
ress J in the streets and the firing mitt adtlcontinues stBIcoatmues mittcontinues
continues The situation h 11 > exceed exceedingly exceedi exceedingly ¬
ingly grave and everything is to be befeared befeared I
fearedWILL feared redIf fearedTvTOLINOBEASEEAY
If IfWILL
TvTOLINOBEASEEAY TvTOLINOBEASEEAYBOLL WILL INCRR INCREASE A B PAY PAYROLL PAYBALL
BOLL 4OOOOOO 4OOOOOOPtttsiturg 4000OOOPfttsbnrg j jPittsburg
Pittsburg Pa J June 2S 2So 28One One e hun hundred huadred hundred ¬
dred thousand mn employed empI Yed by the theUnited tIteUnited theUnited
United States steel corporation will V re recjve re reca recalve
calve e an n advance in wages of M per percent percent percent
cent which will increase the annual annualpayroll annualpayroll
payroll of the steel corporation by I
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SENATOR DEBOE TELLS WHY A G GTAYlOR
TAYLOR TAYLORWONTSTANDTRIAL TAYLORWONTSTANDTRIALSays WONT STAND TRIALSays TRIAL TRIALSays a r
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Says Reward Offered ere For or Goebels oe e s Murderers Murd pers Has HasBeen HasB 1lasBeen
Been B en Used se to o Corrupt Courts CourtsRatfibone CourtsRat
Ratfibone Rat bone Asks A ks Congress to Investigate His Case CaseMorgan Morgan and andSpooner andSpooner andSpooner
Spooner Have Another Tilt TiltWashington TiltWasldngtn s sWasIdJIctoD
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+ Washington June 85 2 = Senator JIter Deboe of Kentucky Ke tueky delivered a speech s eeech h 4 4In 4 I IIa
+ In the t senate today on his amendment aJMD ment to the resolution for the election of ofllelM +
t f senators llelM orl faf the people providing prorid that the Qualifications of citizens en entitled eDtitle entitled +
+ titled to vote for United States senators and representatives shall be beuniform bemtiteml 4 4unUerm +
+ uniform tor all the states and that congress CO IP218 shall have power to provide pO9t4lefor providefor +
+ f for the registration recttr Uon of voters the conduct of elections and the Certifying certifyinrof + a aof
+ of therafttit therafttitf the r rIdI Imt +
+ f Mr 1 Blackburn fern of Kentucky replied to Mr Deboes speech making maklqsometll t tt f ff
t f something sometll like a categorical reply to points made by Mr Deboe Mr IIrBlaekum t tBlackburn f ff
+ f Blackburnurged Blackburn u urged that If what Mr Deboe had said was as true b be was sr HtprlHd torprided + f fprised
+ prided that he did not advise Governor Taylor who he asserted had hadbecome badetome + tbecome
+ become a fugitive in Indiana from an Indictment for being an accessorybefore accessory cce ccebefore +
4 + before the fact faCtof of the murder of Governor Goebel to return to Kentucky + f fand r rand 0 0and
+ and stand trial + cl clIn aIn
+ 4 In reply to Mr J4r Blackburns inquiry why Governor Taylor Tay or did not notretu notreturn +
+ 4 return retu to KeiittMy ky and stand trial if the statements of Mr Deboe were wereaeeurate +
+ accurate aeeurate the latter said Id that Governor Taylor would return if it were + P
+ not for the notoriously JIOtof o sly corrupt COIfU t methods of the th courts cour = Mr Deboe Deboecharged 4 +
+ charged that tit the 199000 1 reward offered by the Kentucky legislature for forthe forthe +
+ the apprehension doaot of Goebeis murderers had been used to corrupt the tbeCourts thecourts +
4 courts CourtsMr courtst +
4 Mr BJackhttrn declared that he was w so well satisfied of the guilt unt of ofTyIor ofTaylor + f
+ Taylor Uuttlie t would be willing to submit the case to a judge and jury in inDo inany +
+ any state of tit the Union UnionI 4 e
I I I 1cLILLLLLLLLL
ASHINGTON N June 3LShortly 3LShortlyV W ShortlyV Shortly Shortlyyy
lI7
V yy V after the senate convened CORVeRedtod CORVeRedtoda today todaya
a resolution n offered yesterday byMr by byMr byr
Mr r Morgan providing for an investi investigation Invetltlsation inveatlgation ¬
gation by b the committee on interoceanic inter interbceanie laterOe
oceanic Oe anlc canals to ascertain n whether whetherany whetherany er erany
any claims exist in favor fa vor of cltia cltiaof citizens citizensof
of the United States against the the old oldi0r oldnor
nor the new Panama Canal oomJMUlY companyand Company Companyand
and authorizing the committee to as ascertain ascertain ¬
certain whether unlawful or corrupt corruptmethods corruptmethods
methods h have ve been used to obtain any anypart anypart an Y Ypart
part of the sum that may be applied tothe to tothe tothe
the purchase of the property of the new newPanama newPapanae
Panama 1 Canal company or to Costa CostaRica CoetaRica CostaRica
Rica or Nicaragua by the Unites UnitesStates UmtHState UnitesStates
States was taken up upSpooner upSpooner upSpooner
Spooner Against Investigation InvestigationAfter
After Mr Morgan had explained the theresolution theresolutfon theresolution
resolution Mr Spooner Wis vigor vigorously vigorously ¬
ously opposed its adoption declaring declaringthat declaringthat rtngthat
that it was without precedent pl entire entirely entireI entirely ¬
ly I mischievous obstruction of the ac action action action ¬
tion of csrtgroac c r + as The United Staff Statxwas Sta Stas Staffwits
was s in no position po he thought to act actas act8S actas
as agent for bondholders or share areholders shareholders Ifhareb ¬
b holders lders of the Panama Canal company companyThese compDYTke companyThese
These Tke people would have to look to tothe tok tohe
the k he e French h courts for thdrrlghta that r2righta Itpat It Itpot IttIae
rr pot the m iy hgetoesfi In ss ft fIt the r te United Unitedbf U1Iiteir Unitedoral
oral bf o te French e u court ourtInd urtiuid and of oft1MrJ Arf t1 dpeon dpeonwho sebpw sebpwwho eOjiIIwho r
who had claim against the Pana PanaiCanal Panama PanamaCanal PanaCamLt
Canal company companyMr
Mr Morgan insisted upon his resolu resolution resolution resolution ¬
tion He wanted yant d to knowand know and d would wouldknow wouldknowwhether ould ouldknowwhether
know knowwhether whether or not the lobby that tbathad thathad t thad
had been hanging about congress congressthick so sothick sothick
thick that it itmlght night be cut with a knife knifehad knifehad knifehad
had b been en receiving vIl or was to receive receivea j ja
a part of the JiI 16000000 OOO to be paid foj fojthe fQ1the fQrthe
the Panama ama canal property Things Thingsof
of this kind he said d had occurred in indiplomacy indiplomacy indiplomacy
diplomacy since the first treaty was wasmade wasmade wasmade
made Large stipends and bribes were werepaid werepaid werepaid
paid today to men who conducted conductedgreat conductedreat conductedgreat
great reat negotiations He desired de to be beassured beRS beassured
assured RS ured that t the United States had not notbeen notscandaliRtlln notbeen
been scandalized in any respect3iight respect respectMight pectJlfight
Might Cause Complications ComplicationsMr
Mr Spooner explained that fh the h legslatien legs Ie Ielattea j
lation enacted would enable the iicsi It I t tdent tEi tEident j
dent to toact act in the premises However Hnn Howevrhe r rhe j
he Mr Spooner was not prepared to toa toassent i iassent
a assent ent to the senate assuming 8 that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the American creditors of the Parunna ParunnaCanal lanJJoaCanaJ 1anrnaCanal
Canal company comp ay could attack the he de decree decree decree ¬
cree of the French court ia this corn country co corntry n ntry ¬
try so that ground night be made for Toran forn or oran
an indefinite obstruction truetJon of the willof will willof willor
of congress in regard to an wfhman wfhmancanal tathmiancanal taD1an taD1ancanal
canalMr canal canalMr canalXr
Mr Mitchell of Oregon said 14 he cculd cculdnot cuJdnot eculdnot
not see hit way clear to support the thepending thepending thepending
pending resolution re because It would 1ld beregarded be beregarded beregarded
regarded by the people as a nitons rI ns of ofdelaying ofde ofdelaying
de delaying In the canal He Hela hal ba I peen in infavor infavor infavor
favor of the construction of the t final umalby Canalby finalby
by the Nicaragua route and lie J tit fcitthat titthat faitthat
that congress had made a mistake inconsidering in inconsidering 10eonaidertng
considering the Panama route but heRas he hewas
was so much in favor of jn ishmian bhmiancanal ishmiancanal i hmlan hmlancaw
canal and had so much confidence in inthe inthe inthe
the wisdom of the president Pre ident to vhom vhomthe r horn homthe hornthe
the subject has been referred rer rred that he hecould heovid hecould
could not bring himself to support the tted theiaenmlon i idiscussion
discussion discussionHanna d Joa I IHanna 1Bann
Hanna Opposes Basolution BasolutionMr Re olutioaMr
Mr Hanna opposed the th resoluion JeMhionaying resolia on onsaying j jsaying
saying that the Uaepeople people had ir td accepted acceptedthe
the verdict of congress upon uponthe pon the anal ranaland canaland analaDd
and were satisfied He resented theinsinuation the theIlIIdIIuattcm j jinsinuation
insinuation that a lobby was 38 here to toadoeate toadvocate I Iadvocate
advocate the Paaaipa Pa route and to in induce 111cluce induce ¬
duce congressmen to vote against their theirconviction th theirconvictions Ir IrcoavicUou
conviction and inclinations He pro protested protested protested ¬
tested against such an insinuation and anddeclared anddeclared anddeclared
declared that he had never n ver known of ofsuch oraueh ofsuch
such a lobby aid he challenged rball ng MrMorgan Mr MrMorgan 1rMorgan
Morgan to predvce proof of his hi charge chargeHe chargeHe bargeHe
He was opposed to the word and spiritof spirit spiritof spiritof
of the resolution and AD in addition tothe to tothe tothe
the cloud which Mr Morgan already alreadyhad alreadybad alreadybad
bad thrown t H9OB the title to the Pan Panama Panm Paname ¬
ama Canal companys property the theendeavor theeJldeVOI theendeavor
endeavor BOW war made to lay upon uponcongress uponCORgTeM uponoongress
congress the charge of calumny and andcorruption andCOIT1IP andCerraptiou
corruption There was no truth in the theiasbttMUioB thel8lJtuatloll theinontratioa
iasbttMUioB and Mr Morgan must musthave mustAve musthave
have known there was none He was wasunalterably wasD1tenbl wasunalterabir
unalterably D1tenbl opposed to the resolution resolutionMr
Mr Morgan OIgaft disclaimed any aD effort to toreflect toreftect toreflect
reflect on the senate or congress CiOh as Uwhole a awhole awhole
whole Ho insisted there had been beenlobby a alobby alobby
lobby here in support ft Ort of the Panamaroute Panama Panamaroute Panamaroute
route Tatfr he had not charged that the thelobby thelobby thelobby
lobby had opmipted congress He be believed be believed believed ¬
lieved the oarrfihc 11J out of the resolu resolution oIun resotntk ¬
tion tk n would clear the atmosphere of all allfloating aU8tIDc allfloating
floating 8tIDcTIle chaoses chaosesThe ckaaaeaThe
The resolution went to the calendar calendarwithout ar1f1tbout calendarwithout
without action actionThe actJODe actionThe
The senate e then at S06 p p nu m went
1 1Into r
into executive session and afterward afterwarda atterwrdfew i ia
a few minutes later adjourned adjournedBATHBONE f fRATHBONE r rBATHBONB
BATHBONE WASTES OOWTGKlfiS OOWTGKlfiSTO OO OOifGR1 G 191s 191sTO 1
TO INTT INVBS INVBSTIGATS OSEGAiB G HIS OASB OASBWaahtegton OASIiWashington c
iJ ciJ iJWuldngton
t tbone
Washington June 2S SEo tE E G Bath Rathbone Rthbone
bone who was formerly director directorgeneral dkeotoraeneral 4 4general
general of poatoffices po of Cuba < 11 and andwho a1dwho andwho
who wM wa convicted in Cuba on oncharges oncharaes H Hcharges
1 1of
charges Involving maladministration maladministrationof i I
t
of his office today tOOa petitioned petitionedto congress congressto
t
to order a congressional con lonal investigation inveatigaticnof i iof t tof
of all his acts in Cuba The petition petitionwas i 0 0wu ewas
was presented by Senator Teller The Thepetitioner e I Qpetitioner Ipetitioner
petitioner after a reference to his hisservice hisservice f fervce
service in Cuba his conviction and andsentence andsentence 1 1sentence
sentence and his subsequent release releaseunder releaa9under re lean leanunder
under a general amnesty act to all allAmerican allAmeriean r rAmerican
American citizens by the Cuban con congress ¬ 1 17S e egram
gram says saysTour 7S r rYour Kr KrYour
Your petitioner respectfully re requests ¬ kr krquests
quests ts the United States congress to todirect todirect t tdirect +
direct that a thorough investigation investigationbe investi < atIon l lbe 1 r rbe
be made by a committee of its mem members member membore ¬
bore or otherwise into all his h l acts and anddoings anddolDlrB anddoings >
doings in Cuba in connection with the thepostal thepo8tal r rpostal
postal service to the end that all the thefacts tbefaets n nis
facts factsestablished is may be known and the truth truthestablished truthetrtablt
establishedMotu established establishedTourpetitioner laed laedfYCMU
fYCMU Tourpetitioner Petitioner bases this petition petitionupon pe petitionyeast tlon tlon1IpIm
yeast upon the ground that whenever whenEW the theasatHtj thek
asatHtj tAt k apt United JBtott ta1ted State as asone asODe asone
one orfte cBBeruf ft public serv servIn ervl8a yy
In l8a a foreign toret land and in the tbeeoane tbeeoaneof coarse coarseof eoureof
of the performance of his official du duties dutlt1li dutits ¬
ties I nthat foreign service be e is ac accused a acused accured ¬
cused of high crimes and misde misdemeanors misdencanors de denano18 ¬
meanors it is the duty of the gov government gov government gO gOernment ¬
ernment of the United States to see seethat Methat h hthat
that he has fair and impartial trialunder trial trialunder trialunder
under usual and regular rules of judicial judi judicial judicial ¬
cial procedure procedureHe
He should not be subjected to trial trialby trialby trialby
n
by arbitrary and unusual methods or orprocedure orprocedure orprocedure
procedure contrary alike to the laws lawsof Jawsof lawsof
of that country and the fundamental fundamentalprinciples fundamentalprinclple n nprinciples
principles of justice He should not notbe notbe n nbe
be sentenced to severe and unusual unusualpenalties UDuaualpenaIttea r rpenalties
penalties without the right of appeal appealto
r rto
to the government go ernment of his own ow coun country country country ¬
try for relief and protection protectionYour protectionYour r rYour
Your petitioner further represents representsthat representsthat o othat
that he was improperly tried unjustly unjustlyconvicted unjustlYcQnvicted unjustlyconvicted
convicted sentenced to unusual and andsevere andsevere r rsevere
n ncannot
severe penalties and as a new trial trialcannot r nr n ncannot
cannot now be had because of the am amnesty amnt amnesty ¬
nesty nt > by the Cuban government which whichnew wltichnew i inew
new trial under influenced conditions conditionswould conditionould conditionswould
would ould bring out all the facts your yourpetitioner yourtitioner yourpetitioner
petitioner titioner submits that as a citizen citizenof
of the United States he is justly en entitled entitled entitled ¬
titled to a full fair and impartial in investigation ¬ i ivestigation
t tcountry =
vestigation ve tlgatlon by the congress of his own owncountry owncountry
country countryAs t tM
As reasons for the application the thepetitioner thepetitioner thepetitioner r rings
petitioner declares that the proceed proceedings proceedIngs ¬
ings which led to his hi conviction were werenot werenot 1 1not
not judicial proceedings procee lDC8 but were spe special 1JPecial special ¬
cial proceedings directed and con controlled controlled controlled ¬
trolled by a person or persons who so soinfluence soinfluence f finftaenre
influence and dominated the tb tribunals tribunalsas
as to thwart the purpose of justice justicethat jwlti jwltithat justicethat
that ex x carte parte evidence was a admitted admittedin
in the trial that the court refused to tosummon toummon tosummon
summon witnesses In his behalf that thathis thathis thathis
his attorneys were not given proper propertime propertime propertime
time to prepare his defense and that thatevidence thatc thatevidence
evidence c idence vital Iud and material to his detense de defense ¬ t
fense was 88 withheld and that the principal prin principal prlnclpal ¬
cipal witness for the state and prac practically practkal1y practically ¬
tically the th sole witness against t him himwas himwas r rwas
was not sworn upon the trial trialSAJE trialSA trialSA
SAJE SA BRTA1IT ts IS DEAD DEABLouisville DE 4 n nLouisville n nLou
Louisville Lou i iUe Ky June 28 28captain 28captainSam Captain CaptainSam
Sam Bryant the turfman died tonight tonightof
of dropsy aged t 110 year yearVben YKMn yesrqWhen
When n the American Derby iras run runat runat runat
at Washington park Chicago Cbica last lastSaturday lastSaturday 1 1Saturday
Saturday Captain Bryant against the theadvice theadce theadvice
advice of his physician pby lcian Insisted on ongoing ongoing r rgoing
going to the race rac He was carried from fromhis r rhis fhis
his home on a couch to the train From Fromthe Promthe f fth
the th train he was borne to the race racetrack 1acetrack racetrack
track and his conch was placed in inposition inposition inposition
position so that he might view iew the theraces thera theraces
races ra < e which he said would he the thelast tb tbla8t thelast
last he would ever see After the race racewas racewas racewas
was over he was brought back to this thiscity thI8city thiscity
city and since then he b had gradually graduallygrown gra4uUygrown graduallygrown
grown weaker until the th end came topight to tonight to toIlight ¬
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night
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TWO TC3H AKPHYXIATSB AKPHYXIATSBSan
San Francisco co Jane 28 SJamN James Don Donovan Donovan ¬ f foyan
ovan a circus promoter and William WIlfamHenderson WilliamHenderson
Henderson a discharged soldiejc 8oldi were wereasphyxiated wereasphXlated wereasphyxiated
asphyxiated today by illuminating gas gashi gaain gasin
in a room on OFarrell street When Whenthe Wb n nthe k kthe
the two bodies were discovered dl cov one onegas oneps onegas
gas jet was turned on about half way wayand wayand wayand
and a second was burning slightly slightlyThe Il htly nThe n
The men retired about 5 oclock in the themorning theaDd themorning
morning and are supposed to have havecarelessly Jiavecarele817 havecarelessly
carelessly left the gas as it was found
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HORSEBACK RIDE ACROSS WYOMING WYOMINGSpecial WYOMINSpecial t
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+ Special to The Herald HeraldWASHINGTON HemIdVN Heraldh + >
+ h ASBUfGTOf D C June 21 ISellator Senator Warren of Wyoming called calledupon + a aupon t
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+ WASHINGTON upon pePt President t Boooevelt today and suggested Iasg sted t that h bfo > take a trip t 4 4this f t
this Bummer through the northern part of the th western states ad +
4 4 joining the Canadian CaJl iaD border President t Roosevelt h had d some time since sincesuggested s1Deeog sincesuggested +
+ suggested og a horseback dc ride across ae Wyoming Wyoml and Warren today told the tileJIe thepresident +
4 + president he wo w dd arrange relays of horses for such a trip if he h thepresident the thepreaWent tbepr +
+ president pr would take it The plan would give the president pre ident a jaunt of ofHTeral + f K Kseveral
4 + several hundred miles JDU through Wyoming and Montana from the lin Unit of ofthe ofthe + j
+ the Union Pacific to some point on the Northern Pacific It would take takePr takePresident + ±
4 + President Pr t Roosevelt through < h a part of country where he rode range ten MIaJII e ein +
+ in the cattle cat business along a10 the Little Missouri river in the early ear earTIle tos 0 0The + f fThe
+ The presidents western itinerary is being < arranged by Secretary Secretar Cortel Cortelyou eJ + tyou t tyou
+ you and while whiJepre present ent indications point to a tour extending ext Ddlnc not not further furtherw turtheTwt furtherwest +
+ w wt t than Kansas it is possible that Senator Warren invitation will so socom socommend +
4 + commend com Dd itself to the president > nt that it will secure u his hi acceptance aeceptabeeLEAD + f fLEAD 1 1LEAD
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