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ESTABLISHED STABLISHED JUNE 6 1870 f SALT SALTtAK LAKE CITY UTAH SATUEJ SATU1DA1c4UthJST pt > A J f A ftJGUST GUST 9 91902 1902 PRICE FIVE CENTS
EDWARD CROWNED KING KINGIN KINGIN ING INGIN =
IN WESTMINSTER WESTMINSTERttSiBEV WESTMINSTERttSiBEVWith AB1BEY AB1BEYWith BEY BEYWith
With Comparatively Simple Si iple CeremoniesHe Ceremonies He ls In Invested Invested Iflvested ¬
vested With Sovereignty Sovereigntylondon Sover igrty igrtylondon
london Again in Gala Attire in Keeping With the Gorgeous Gorge us Spec Spectacles Spectacres Spectacles ¬
tacles of the Coronation CoronationT
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T OND N A Ais AJthoush thouh Ol the doors of Westminster Westm nster abbey were opened openedat penedat
LO I at a oHock thte lh18li1erntRg snoriilttg few participants in the ceremonies attendant attendantup attendantuIn
J up uIn upI the he coronation of King Edward arrived until considerably c < after that thafhoar thatv
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t hoarBy By oclock dock j moot of the Ot h btNt t positions along the route of the profession professionWw
II Ww rp > < < iiiiied Iled and the Mtfiets eeti ts were n scked RC ckd with carriages state coaohes coaohesrop coa coaohestrnO hes hesr
rop r > < < and U1 band bandT bandsrh A ATK
TK T rh hr Jit ah In the Hbbeyibjiirr R ey f filling up slowly lilowl at 8 ocloclf The Theca early rly comers comersrt cornershir omershfr
rt hlr time ki 8ri i4t11fidftg lfm 1dR fn their 8qrroundmgH irroun < itng andneighbors and 11elghborsthrough 11elghborsthroughrof ieIghbors through throughprd
prd rof KU 20e8 S wltH which whla nearly all present were provldod Peeresses sat satitatiiiiK satrallln satgtttI1
itatiiiiK gtttI1 hMhiH fant their tM coronets which even thus early earl appeared to have havebecome bavebtfIm havebennw
become mewhat 9f c a uwteance uwteanceTh Ince InceTh
t Th > > rd mayor SHr r Frederick Dlnwdfile and the Jord lordmayoress 3ord mayoress in state stateyforwiioii
f I yforwiioii T inIl arrived arrivectKt at Westminster abbey bb at twenty minutes pagt9 pagt9Thpnigh pa8t9ThrIIJh paitD1IIgI
Thpnigh a collision rolll ion of wo of the royalarriages royaJ r4yalcarrlageewhlch carriages which were proceeding to to5arkirih tourkinirhanl tourknha
5arkirih urkinirhanl m pal pamle < Lord Edward PelhumClinton PelhtlT Pelhtirn Clinton was W slightly injured injuredwff InjuredIUi injuredo
wff o > a t m tnTh The Th flret pr5oc p ptThse1on lon oh Ha h fi > started from from Buckingham m palace palaceTh ph lace laceTh
Th rf rgalfa rgsI alla wa 1811I reconserratad in the he abbey bey at 10 oclock do k the choir chohSlnglnS chohSlnglnSIIjij singing singing0Jixl singingLr
0Jixl f OIU ur Help In Age Ag AgTh Pant PantTh PatTn
Th hildren of the Prince Prln and Princesso PrinccS f Wales ales reached reachedthe the abbey at 4020 4020anrt 1020n4 1020 1020nr
anrt nr n4 ar T rf wildly wildl cheered < t j I Iii
11 a m mThelr Their majoetles rnJoetieshavearrlvesj have Av arrived at theabbey the abb abboy annex at atU1 1115 The Therrnn Th Thr Thrnnatnn
rrnn r rnnatnn nt fion 1 Ion ceremonies are re now In progres prograsE
SCENES PRECEDING PRECEDINGEVENTFUL 1 1EVENTFUL 1EVENTFUL
EVENTFUL EVENTFUL DAY DAYT I IOXOON
T T ONDON A Aug tg 8 8The The eve of the triecoronation theL
L L coronation ol 0 King lin Edward VII VIIWHS YI VIIw14S 1 1ilS I
WHS ilS marked InAr in London by large largecrowds I largerpd rJ rJrroTdS
crowds which whl < h wandered all the thepvenlng thepvenlngim evening eveningm Pueningsmahst
smahst im m hat aimlemty through the seinl seinliMnninald seinIjiumnstd I Iillumtnatpd
iMnninald street Down Whitehall WhitehallThere Whitehallhre ltehRII
There bprP the Cunadtan arch was the at attrartioii attratUoII attravtion 1
trartioii around Westminster Abbey Abbeynd Abbeyand
and nd along the Strand Str nd the sidewalks sidewalksvfre I
vfre ar f blocked > d with 1tl1 the expectant exp ctant popu popuUe popuThe
Ue UeThe
The T people J1op ware ere deterred from any anytifn anyip11 anyig1
tifn ip11 ig1 oC > f rowdyism rowdyi m by y the th acute recol recol1riian recolIrtinn
1riian 1 > flion of the > recent postponement pfstronementoC pfstronementoC1M of ofthf ofthe
the coronation and those who had seen seentljf 8eenth seenth
th tljf exhibition exhibit ion hich eccXirred upon the theslightest thelIightp thealigtItPMt
slightest lIightp t pretext during war times timesrniiH timesild
rniiH 01111 ild < 1 n not t fall to notice the dffferent dffferenttempeiament drrrerenttemptlampnt dftforenttemperament
temperament shown tonight tonightWith tonightWith I IWith
With a few f w exceptions it might have haveb havebn I In
b bn n wen w tI wild of the metropolis of the theempire themrlr theempire
empire mrlr that It was w as f living up to the na national nationallfputatlonot flutional ¬
tional tionallfputatlonot rfputationof taking t klng Its pleasures pleasuresom pleasuressomrwlilt pleasuresomwhat
somrwlilt om omwhat omwhatThe wh t PjuUy PjuUyThe
The a keMd JuY JuYThe flf f blatant blat nt horns and andanno a and1hphrs nd ndall
all anno BK J 1hphrs Ijhers h l8 wan pleasantly pleasantlyatoned pltm5unUyatnnNi pleasantlyatnnd
atoned for by the Hghting up of many manybuildings mllnylIulldtngtc manyIuUdings
buildings lIulldtngtcT k a aThe
The Thebourul T Tb r brml 5ttiril ltJbiftlnatlol1 ltJbiftlnatlol1wtd
wtd the vistLok toi1 4I 4beq1ttso 1e qJ tO 5P 5Pbound speU speUbund
bound that v ehlikr hi vu1ar IU traffic became becamennro becamemnTf
nnro and more diflicHilt as wi the night nightvore nightON nightore
vore ON on onIntii ontnli onVnti
Intii a very kite hour bo r the stand standjp ItandpppullltonJ standpu1ator
jp pppullltonJ ulators did a thriving business nnd nndaround nndaround andaround
around those stands occupying OCCUPl tg good goodKations goodth goodiations
Kations there th were lines of people peoplestntinu peopleIIntlnuJt peopleantfrus
stntinu to get seats If Lla at the last mo mojnpnt motnpn monnt
jnpnt tnpn t
nntThousands
Thousands Walk the theStreets theStreetsS Streets StreetsMany Streetslan
Many lan of the thousands who walked walkedthf
S thf streets MtlfctS exhibited unmistakable unmistakablewen
wen II I nf fl an Intention to stay slit up all allmeht allflurhl allniht
meht in the hope of seeking seekin a free freeriiim freernlm freertgn
riiim nf f vantage from which to view viewthe YI viewth w wthl
the th procession Workmen were still sUlll fllillbUllY stillbusy
l bUllY > usy putting puttin the finishing touches to toth toth toth
th ahb al p y and Us it approaches and andr andrH andVvrt
r rH Vvrt > y dt jrtitl tiT ll of this work was wa watrhed watrhedfaSrlj watrhedragrl watrhedagrly
faSrlj by y tb t sp pCttatora < r tators In an undra undrajritir undrarr1tr undrartt
jritir rtt li rt sf f 11 London has been beentarf befnt beenby
tarf t ar TTrFd by the multitudes wishing
to see sean any part of the ceremonies Into Intoa
a city elt of great unrest unrestThe unrestTlfeidea unrestTheidea
The Tlfeidea idea of sleep or an adequate al allowance allowanee l llowance
lowance of timefor timeforrest rest ft has been quite quitegiven qutghen quitegiven
given up by the people in the streets streetsand stre stretsad ts tsand
and underlying this intensity of ex expectation expectntion expectation ¬
pectation there is a curious cutioulSnenous cutioulSnenousness nervous nervousness nervousfloss ¬
ness among the majority lest they theyshould theyshould theyshould
should awake from their short slum slumbers slumber slumbare ¬
bare ber to find ftndtlte the great greatevent event postponed postponedAmong postponedAmong postponedAmong
Among the many incidents of the thenight thenight thenight
night one of the most curious occurred occurredat
at Scotland Yard Yardwbere where a Scottish Scottishmagnate
magnate who had received an invita invitation invitation
tion to be present at Westminster ab abrey abFey
1 Fey rey with the provlslo that he appear appearin
in court dress appealed at a late hour hourto hourto
to the police policcto to help him hire or bor borrow borrow borrow ¬
row the clothes necessary necessaI for admit admittance admittaxies ¬
tance tanceAH tanceAll taxiesAll
All signs point to an orderly celebra celebration celebration ¬
tion under doubtful weather condi conditions conditions conditions ¬
tions and with public enthusiasm tem tempered tempered ternperedbyheartfelt ¬
pered peredbyheartfelt by byheartfelt heartfelt relief over the pass passing passtug ¬
ins of the shadow shad w which so recently recentlyovercast recentlyovercast
overcast the empire empireBusy emvlreBusy empireBusy
Busy Day For King KingKing XingKing KingKing
King Edward passed a busy day at atBuckingham atBuckingham atIluckingham
Buckingham palace and did didnot not appear appearto appearto appearp
to p the public at all At a late hour houritonightrie hourtOni hourtoniahtI
itonightrie tOni hi JI was reported r p rted as feeling feelingquite feellnsquite feelingquite
quite strong and as looking for the theaeremony tbeeeremon theceremony
ceremony eeremon ceremonyngtpox withQUtUhjligitt Wlt 1t i teJt misgiv misgivgtlng giv givtn
tn
gtlng ns ngtpox upon pg1 Wllca m d ia Jit J ifdjIpe a1 l e LordijJs Lordjs Lord Lordbtiry
ijJs js btiry ury has obtajnea IbtaJn a the kings per periruitsioh perr pernIlsalon
iruitsioh r Nslon to absent bse f himnflf hIms 1f from the theceremony theceremon theceremony
ceremony The expremier will shortly shortlyleave shortlyleave shortlyleave
leave for the continent continentOpe continenLOpe continentOpe
Ope of the most curious curlousjncidents incidents of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the coronation coronatIonwill wiU be the th appearance appearanceof
of uniform Salvation Army Arm In West Westminster Westmln Westminster ¬
minster mln ter abbey abbe King Edward decided decidedthat decIdedthat decidedthat
that a representative of the Salvation SalvationArmy SaationArmy SalvationArmy
Army should be invited to the corona coronation coronation coronation ¬
tion and Bramwell Booth Do th has been ap appointed appointed appointed ¬
pointed to attend the ceremony A Adifficulty AdIfficult Adifficulty
difficulty arose about the uniform he hashould heshould heshould
should werir w r and the Earl Marshal the theDuke theDuke theDuke
Duke of o Norfolk intinlated that he hevus bcWUtl hewas
was not authorized d to recognize the theuniform theuniform theuniform
uniform of the Salvatiop Army ArmyMr Arm ArmyMr
Mr Booth thereupon thereuponwrote wrote to King KingEdward KinbR KingEdward
Edward R < lward requesting requp ting permission to wear wearthe wearthe wearthe
the uniform of the army This per peri perrnllon permlFsion
i ml rnllon lon his majesty readily n > adily gave and andContinued andontlnued andContinued
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4 KING EDWARD VH CROWNED TODAY TODAYi +
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AIL BUT BUTTWo TWO MEMBERS MEMBERSOF
OF CASEY GANG CAPTURED CAPTUREDr
r r T Aw A S SE ExSheriff Sheri f Mor Morl lor lorUhart
r l Uhart a arriv arrhed d In Gutbrt Gutb to toi
te i the h4 information infGII QHoa that another
battlf was tough with the Bert Casey Caseyi CMe CaseyganK
I gab ganK of outlaw Yft yesterday rdy at the Hug Hugran Hughes Hughesrau
rith th the r result resultthat qlt qlttut
b in KIOw cOuUi uQt
i ran that fo four r oT of rh the croup aroU wVr were fr ensured ensuredwith Itttured IttturedI
I with a We bw banch ch of stolen horses horsesI bon bonC
I C Cas nd two 0 otb others rs esca escaped scap d break breakIn breaklu becaktro
In lu ihrmuOi tbr tro in the lie Hn HIM of sentries s laced alacedaraii alaeeda laceda
a araii inidr tnT t tM ranch Th There re word weC ec j iiear8l iiear8lreusth oral vralwound
rouacm 0 of shots n fird but no serious S41ouWfU1de seriouswounds
wound w ale r poted
ISLANDERS KNOW NOTHING OF TRANSFERS OfTRANSFERS OfTRANSFERSAu TRANSFERSAXILA
sale of f the th thlands 4 4Unds +
here hereof of the reported
I AXILA Auif Au 8 8NothIng Nothing is known
syndicate apd that a sale ale was wasma 4 4made 4 4e
u lands of th tM friars to an American +
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made ma le officially denied deniedTh
e Th T Domlnleana lntnsf transferred rred eIght of f their L s estates tates iR the island of ofin ofzn ofzrn +
e in which whichtaln r4 r4tain +
D6elopzn Dove3oPiflnt nt company
zn to the PhUlppllKS Sugar Estate
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Tn JanUtlJOI JanUtlJOIhf 1antii7 1l0l
5tRi tain Americans are a Interested
4 Thp hf government has quesUor questioned the legality or t this is transfer andtho andthoJ and the 4 4srn5 +
+ J before Core the courts courtsm
now pending ndlnS
4 orders here Is naturally naturalld +
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srn5 m pcopert3 rb belonging to other
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+ d hurch and judicial action
5 of the ecmtrdl or the
4 land landT > 9 9Tt +
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lary hefore fore the government
4 T Tt at there have been recent tronffer5 of frI friar 1 pro iroetY Q is doubted doubtedThp +
1 + Thp h 1t statue lQf of the holdings of the friars Is QQtb xjetbeucted Ue d to have changed ohanget changedsT 4 +
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TOM FITe Ii TCIIS S MEN ARMfJD A RMD JflTfi RifLES RifLESTO RIfL IfS IfSTo
TO IIOLD OLD MARCUS ISLAM i1tI A6AINST lAPS
T T ONOLUXU T H Aug 3 3Vla PViafI Via ViaI
HONOLULU fI I San Francisco Aug S 8Ac 8AccordI 8According Ac According ¬ I
cording cordI g to the Honolulu Ho olullmen men who whoare whoare whoare
are Interested in the Marcus island islandguano Islandguano islandguano
guano expedition against which hlh Japan Japanhas Japanhas Japanhas
has sent a war vessel esel as B reported by bythe lIythe bythe
the last advices received here from the thestates thestates thestates
states the hc vessel which left here for forthe forthe forthe
the island carried a complement of ofMauser ofMauser ofMauser
Mauser rifles and her captain had in instructions Instructlonstromthe inStructions ¬
structions structlonstromthe from the company to plant plantthe plantthe
the American AnterIc flagonvthe flag fQ ontheisland t ti Uslandand Uslandandkeep slnd Plantl and andkeeplt d dkeep
keep keeplt it n floating atingTfrifll untllr undrcompeii Vompelle compell toTfaul toTfaulit td1ia l lIt
it down downCaptain downCaptaJn dOwnCaptain
Captain A A Rosehill the discoverer discovererof
of the island who left his claim to it iton Iton Iton
on a cocoanut tree on Marcus island in in18S9 in18S9
18S9 is in command of the expedition expeditionThe
The companys claim is based on this thistitle thistitle
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title which hleh is on record with the state statedepartment stated statedepartment
department d at Washington WashingtonNo
No intimation that the vessel left lefthere lefthere
here with lth any arms on board was given givenout gIvenout givenout I
out until the news was received that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Japanese government had laid laidclaim laidclaim laidclaim
claim to the island and had dispatched dispatcheda I Ia
a war vessel there thereSALT thereSALT i
1 1SALT
SALT LAKER LAKER ELECTED ELECTEDA i iA
A M McKellarSelectedas McKell r Selectedas Head HeadSentry HeadSentr HeadSentry
Sentry Sentr of Woodmen Woo men of ofthe ofthe f fthe
the World WorldCripple WorldCrlpplf WorldCripple
Cripple Creek reek Colo Cob Aug Au > S STbf The head headcamp headcamp headcamp
camp of the Pacific Jurisdiction jurl < dlcUon Wood Woodmen Woodmen ood oodmen ¬
men of the tn World orld elected officers at to todays todays ¬
days day session grid nd put in Inthe the remainder remainderof
of the tn day in disposing of routine bust business bUlInt bustness ¬
ness nt > 81 It If 1 now probable probablethp the session will willbe wiiibe 11
be concluded Tuesday The officers officerselected officereletcd
elected are areF areF re
F A Falkenburg Denver head consul consulreelected consulreelected
reelected reelectedJohn rfeltfdJohn reelectedJohn
John H Foley FtIlYLos Ix Los > s Angles An leSt head ad adviser adsiser ¬
viser siserI 3 I Boak Denver bead lea clerk erk re reelected reelfted reelpcte
elected electedf elpcteC
elftedW f C W Cooper Portland Ore head headbanker headianker headbanker
banker reelected reelectedF reel ted tedP
F P Bertschy B Chr Denver Q t1 r head auditor auditorreelected auditorrelectCd auditorreelected
reelected
N O Baldwin Fonuyoy Po crOy Wash head headescort headDr beadescort
ri
escort escortDr escortDr g
Dr C E M L Lous Lou PocatollpIdai Pq atellJ < Ida head beadwatchman headwatchmaD headwatchman
watchman watchmanA 1 1sentr
A M McK MeKe1larait IC pnar > Harr Salt lt Uake I Lak eptty City ity bead he3dsentry h beadsentry
sentry sentryHead sentr sentrHead sentryhead
Head managers A D StIUman Pen Pendleton Pendleton Pendieton
dleton Ore re9l reeIeetci1 cted trd J C CIAW Lalschaw LalschawPueblo LatachawPueblo > cha chaPUfblo
Pueblo reelected1 Tt tletld d c V Benson BtDS it Lore Loreland LOela Loreland
land la n < 1 Colo ColoDr ColoDr Cob CobDr
Dr T A Hughes Denver D ner bead phy physician physID phvsiclan ¬
sician n reelected reelectedD
sID D Oliver itver jr editor e ltor of Pacific Wood WoodLONGSHOEE3IElr Woodn1D Woodman
man
LONGSHOEE3IElr ON STRIKE STRTKTKSaa
San Francisco Ant Ault8About 8 8About About 100 union unionlongshoremen unIonlonshoremen iiiilonlonrshorcmefl
longshoremen went on strike today toda at the theOrezon theOreon theOrezon
Orezon Railroad Navigation companys companyswharf companyswbllr conipanrswharf
wharf on the arrival of the steamer s Co Cofc Conbia o otaibia
fc taibia Jbia from Portland The strike was wassettled wnsIttled wassettled
settled tn a few hours to the the8dantage the8dantageof advantage advantageof
of the loncsnoremen loncsnoremenHE lODll lonesboremenSday < b9remen b9remenCb
Cb CbI
I Sunday J I IeraM I Ifi I
fi rald eraMHE I II II
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HE SU Sl SNDAT > T DAY > AY HEEALDtomorrow HERALD tomorr tomowow w I Iwill
I will toe full of r rsiod H od > d thins thl go First Firstel Firstof Firstof
of aU it will contain ajl aJIthe the news n s right rightua rightUD
ua to the minute Then Th there will bemaRV bemacv be bema
ma maRV BY special features featur among arnougthem arnougthemDoolev them themI themDooJe
I DooJe > oolev OB RefonBersin Recon rs in Politics PoliticsGeorste Pc FqliticsGeorge Ues UesGeo
George Geo Ads Ade fable about a out The beau beauaad beauaDd beauand
aDd his friend who tried toMHsotece toMHsotecehim to d Dlace Dlacehim
him himJames him3ame bimJames
U1f1v8Stpiy The TheTale TheTale TheTale
James < s WhUcoxnb Rllys story
Tale of a Spider SpiderWalt SpiderWalt SpidorWalt
Walt McDoucalls t page ge for boys boysjtrovrn bo boJa1Wn boysgrown
grown and small smaltMarion smatTMarlon smallMarion
Marion Harland Z Tace am for women womenThe women womenThe omen omenThe
The Philadelphia North Americans Americansbest Americant Americaaabest
best t fashion fal > hlon page paseStories pageStories Pasre PasreStorIes =
Stories for flshennen flshennenSpecial fishtrmnSnecial Ih rm n nSDfflol
Special Elk features featurefHow feat features110w m mHo
How Ho Corianton will be played playedBesides playedBesides 1aed 1aedBfh
Besides Bfh < ld many mi r other ntheril otherfimely timely elY features featuresall featu featuall featuresall
all splendldfefllustratedl splendJdF sP1end1dprniistratd5 tJ <
Colonel Thomas Fitchthen FItch then made nub nublie DubUc public
lie the instructions given g nn to Captain CaptainRosehllJ CJpt Cfl1ainRosehull ln lnRoehiU
RosehllJ which while designed to pre prevent preyent prevent ¬
vent any ny conflict were w r t I Intended to toboinper toeompctthl toompolthejapanese
boinper eompctthl ompolthejapanese the Japanese to toaflow allow the Amer Americans Am Amerleans r rieans ¬
leans to t land arxd and to use u e t force r re e to drive drivethem drivethem drivethem
them away awayCaptain awayCaptain awayCaptain
Captain RosehiUs instrjictlons instJ1CtI < > ns trom Tronithe tromthe Tromthe
the company are to Informithe Inforri1 the Japan Japanese Japanese
ese ese on Marcus that hisexpedition n is a apeaceful apeaceful apeaceful
peaceful one for the th purpose of awaking awakinga aking akinga
a scientific investigation pf f the value of ofthe otthe ofthe
the guano U10 depp depjiJ deppitof Its oj Jiie l IES islandand Il dand to toattempt 10tteq1p o ottethptto
attempt tteq1p ttethptto to niiakp lli ahpjg cefit4n4ipg fulilandlng f l P1dlpg
In the theee event 4batthBJapahesefitiir evant5tbatthdJapkndzesUhtrefuse Ltbat3 4batthBJapahesefitiirrefuse Japanese ftilr ftilr1etuse
refuse to allow him to land Rosehill Rosehillis
is to sail away awaout out of sight sl htof of the isl island SI SIand id idand ¬
and and return under cover of o dark darkness darkness ¬ I
ness land an < ln armed force and nd raise the theAmerican tb tbAmerican theAmerican
American flag and keep it up until un tit it itis itis i iis
is torn down by b a superior force At Atthe Atthe Atthe
the same time the captain C3 taln was wa told to toavoid toavoId toavoid
avoid a conflict in every way possible possibleIn PossibleIn
In event of his encountering a Japan Japanese Japanse apan apanese
ese se war vessel the commander of the theexpedition theexpedition theexpedition
expedition was to present his creden credentials Ctedentlnls credntials ¬
tials as the discoverer of the island and andthe andthe andthe
the agent of the Marcus Island Guano Guanocompany
company and to state that the object
STONED BY STRIKERS STRIKERSWoman STRIKERSWoman STRIKERSWoman
Woman and andChiid Child Escorted to toHospital to toHospital toS
S Hospital by Company of ofCavalry ofCavalry ofCavalry
Cavalry CavalryShenandoah CavalryShenandoah CavalryShenandoah
Shenandoah Pa Aug S SoBrigadier Brigadier i
General Gobirt today toda sent a platoon of ofcavalry bfcavairy
cavalry to the mining settlement of Tur
key ke Run for the purpose of making a
demonstration in that vicinity Icinlt which is ispopulated Ispopulatpd ispopulated
populated mostly mogtl by foreigners foreignersThe forelt1Erslhe
The general had received rl > C hf > Information dinrormaUonthat Informationthat
that the families of nonunion workmen workmenare orkmnart
are annoyed constantly by b strikers and andtheir andthElr andtheir
their houses stoned stonedThe stonedTh stonedThe
The Th Information received by b Gehcra GiiJf Generl1Gobin r 1 1Gobin
Gobin was contained In n a letter from a awoman awoman
I woman whose husband is working In th thmine thmine the themine
mine at Gllberton She says aS her life IICehst IICehstbt has hasbeen h
been bt > fn threatened thr atened every ever day d8 her home has hasbeen h hasbeen 5 5been
been battered with stones each ea eae night nl ht and anda
a large rock almost struck her little girl glrlwho gtril gtrilwho 1 1who
who was wa asleep a < Ittp In bed the missile restlrig rtStlJ1 rtStlJ1on reattagon
I on the Sj J low Against her head headThe be headThe d dThe
The wo wnan iaa also aL < o declared the th neighbors neighborsannoy nlsbbqrsannoy UeISbbQrSannoy
annoy her by b gathering in front of OhN OhNhopse her herbouse herhopse
hopse jeering at her and hanging crepe crepeon ere crepeon C Con
on the doorknob She concluded bysajV by bysay sa Ij
log that one night someone fired at her herand bershe herand
and she he asked General Gt > neral Gobin to sendher sendherprotection Sendhfrprotl send her herI
I protection protectionThe protl protectionI > Ctlon I IThe
I The cavalrymen visited it < lted the home Of the thewoman th thwoman
woman and finding her In delicate dt > Ucate health healthescorted healUtestOrted healthescorted I
I escorted her and her children to the rail railroad raUroad railroad ¬
road station She was s f ednt nt with an es escort Cscort ¬
cort to the Pottsvllle hospital hospitalThe hospitalThe hospitalThe
The foreigners did not take kindly ton tot tog toh to tothe tothe
the visit t of the h troops While going goingalong goingalong
along n a rough g trail fIOofr at the base of ofO ofOmountain the themountain themountain
mountain a a crowd some me distance up on onthe ontbe onthe
the ridge out or reach re h of the troops troopIjeered troopsjeered
jeered and called the soldiers hard names namesOne namesOnf namesOne
One stone was thrown and then the hess horfemen ho homen hessmen
men came to a stop and the crowd fled fledthrough tiedthrough led ledthrough
through the brush brushThe brushThe brushThe
The firing of pistols and rifles during duringthe durlllgtbe duringthe
the night continued but not m the neigh neighborhood n neighborbood lgh lghborhood ¬
borhood in which the th guardsmen guard5menara are sta stationed stationed stationed ¬
tioned General Gobin says rfth there r IS a agreat agreat agreat
great number of mischievous people peopleprowling peopleprowling peopleprowling
prowling around the region at night who whoprobably WhlprobablY whoprobably
probably shoot off firearms to scare scarssomeone scare50Jreonl scaresomeone
someone someoneThe 50JreonlThe someoneThe
The strike trlk situation in the Shanandoah Shanandoahregion Shanandoabregion Shaxiandoshregion
region remains unchanged and despite desplteall desplteallo all allreports allreports
reports to o the contrary there h are e no visi visible vlsible ¬
ble signs Of fe fep preparation p = being rj made d ISl ISlre1 to toresume toresume
resume re1 < ume work hi the idle mines minesJoseph minesJoseph minesJoseph
Joseph Palutvcz the butcher and Mat Matthew 2I18tthew 31stthew >
thew Paularkas the > onearmed onearme < 1 saloon saloonkeeper sa1oonkpcpr saloonkeeper
keeper who are charged with the murder murderof
of Joseph Beddall in tn tile riots of lat latweek lutweek lastweek
week were today formally f committed committedwithout COmmitteqwithQut committedwithout
without ball to the county Jail at Potts Pottsvllle Podel1Je Pottsvile
vllle l1Je They Tb were taken to the Pennsyl Pennsylvania PcnD Pennaylvania J Je Ja ¬
vania station a n under d guard r of tar troops troopsand troopsand
J Jnoon
l
nt = rs
and left leftnoon e for the t county seat e this after afternoon
noon
a l S SCOUNTRY l lCOUNTRY
COUNTRY HOME IN RONSr RONSrBoise R RUINSYBaLsa INS INSBoise
Boise Family Narrowly Escape With WithThfiir WitTheir WithTheir
Their LivesSp LivesSpecial Lives LivesSpecial
Special Sp cial to The T e Herald HeraldBoise HeraldBo HeraldBoise
Boise Bo Ida Aug S 8The The country countryhome countryhome countryhome
home of George > CJartwright on Shafer Shafercreekburned Sharecr Shafercreekburned
creekburned cr k burned last night togetherfwltfc togetherfwltfcall
all its contents The Th e Iocsis estimated estimatedat estim ate d dat
I at 5000 no 1 n insurance insuranceThe InsuranceThe insuranceThe
The occtfipants CC ts barely escaped with withi withtheir
i I their lives The servant girl Ida IdaSwansonjumped IdaSwanson IdaSwanson
Swansonjumped Swanson jumped from the second secondstory seC secondstory Dd Ddstory
story and was seriously serious injured She Shewas Shewas Shewas
was brought to Boise Dol t where she lies liesIn lies1n liesin
In a precarious condition conditionMr conditionMr
Mr Cartwright rushed back Into thehotL the thehouse thehouse
house for valuable papers which Jusecured he hesecured hesecured
secured but the venture nearly cost costhim costhIm costhim
him his life Flames leaped up all allaround allaround allarOund
around him but after adesperate adesperatestragglehe 8 des desperate desperatestrugglehe t tstnJggle
stragglehe stnJggle he got out He SCrashtful SCrashtfully tri g tfut
I ly burned ff f
of his expedition was to toinake make a scien scientific scientiio clentUio ¬
tific examination of the island for the thecompany thecompany
company companyIf S SIf
If the island was found to be of ofvalue ofvalue
value alue the matter of ownership was to tobe tobereferred
be bereferred referred to the United States and andJapanese andJapanese andJapanese
Japanese governments governmentsIf
If t the war vessels officers still re refused refused1o refused ¬
fused fused1o lo o allow a landing Captain Rose Rosehill RosehlIl Rosebill
hill was Instructed to start ashore with withan withan withan
an unarmed un rnied force in a a boat flying the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American flagand 1Ja hag and to make a landing landingand landingand
and 1d jcatry aery put i t thepurposes the purposes of ot the thev ex expedition enpedft1ox ¬
pedition v tionunletJs unless physically t5hyslca lY restrainedi restrainediTi restrain restrainI
Ti I is i thought that the schooner com commanded comlanded coinmanded ¬
manded by Rosehill the Julia E EWhalen EhaIen EWhalen
Whalen haIen has arrived arrh d there by this time timeand timeand timeand
and that the Japanese war vessel was wasthere wasere wasthere
there ere first firstThe flrstTI1t firstTh >
The Th Whalen has on board a crew of ofnine ofnine ofnine
nine men and a cook with Taxidermist TaxidermistW
W A Bryan of the Bishop museum museumHonolulu museumHonolultl museumHno1ulu
Honolulu and T F Sedgwickof SedgwIck of the theUnited tbeUnited theUnited
United States agricultural station who whogpes whogoeS whogQcs
gpes goeS to make an examination of the theguano theg theguano
guano g ano deposits depositsAccording deposItsAccording depositsAtcdrding
According to Fitch there are Mausers Mausersand llausersandammunltlon Mausersafldmmunition
and andammunltlon ammunition for all on board the theschooner theschooner theschooner
schooner
BRYAN NOT IN THE RACE RACESilver RACESilver RACESilver
Silver Champion Says He Will WillNot WillNot WillNot
Not Be a Candidate Candidatein
in 1904 1904Muscatine 1904luscaUne 1904Museatine
Muscatine la Aug S SWIIIiam William 3 JBryan 3Bryan 3Bryan
Bryan settled for all 1l time the rumors rumorsthat rumorsthat rumorsthat
that he will be a candidate for president presidentin
in 19M In an interview inlt > niewtoday today while on onthe onJhe onthe
the way to toDandUc Danville Ills where he was wasto wasto wasto
to speak tonight tonightColonel tonightColonel tonightColonel
Colonel Bryan when shown yesterdays yesterdaysreports yesterdarsreports esterdaysreportg
reports that he might ml IJt again a ln be a candi candidate candldate candidate ¬
date was much nettled and expressed expressedhimself expre expressediimseIf ed edlmself
himself in no uncertain manner mannerHe mannerHe mannertie
He said he wanted the matter settled settledright settledri settledright
right ri ht now no so o there could be no further furtherquestion furtherQUEstton furtherquestion
question The Mason City Clt Interview be besaid besaid hesaid
said was unreliable unreliableI
I will not be a candidate for president presidentin
in 1904 said Mr Bryan While I would wouldnot wouldf wouldhot
not promise never to be a candidate a alookInS again againunder
I under f any an circumstances I 8 n I f1 have no ptan ptars ptarslooking
looking to the future nomination for any anyoffice an anotflcc anyoffice
office officeI
I am perfectly content to do d my mytvork mytvorkas work workasta workas
asta as ui I private prhteclUzen Citizen and enjoy enjoymy onv educa educational e edilcational tca tcatlonal ¬
tional work I shall continue continueto to advocate advocatewith adocatlth advocatewith
with lth tongue ton1 and pen reforms which I Ibelieve IbeU IbeUeve
believe beU ve to benecessary benecessaryTalking be beneeesaaryTalking nece80 nece80Talldnb
Talking of the theRepllblican Republican platform of ofIowa of10Wa1lr ofJowa3Ir
10Wa1lr Iowa Mr Bryan B an said saidI
I am glad to notice an Improvement In Inlowri In10W1 inIowa
Iowa politics polltl By B the action of the re recent rtnt recent ¬
cent nt state Republican convention I am amglad amlad amglad
glad lad to note that they the realize and recog recognize recogthat recogilize ¬
nize that behind the tariff lurk the great greatmonopolies grtatmonopoUes greatmonopolies
monopolies and trusts < of this country
Nine ine yeans ago 1 Introduced a bill into intocongress Intocon intocongress
congress con reS5 exactly exatI along this same line linetaking linetaking linetaking
taking the tariff off trustmade goods goodsand goodsand
and although the endorsement comes a alittle alittle alittle
little late I am glad to note that even evenafter eenafter evenafter
after nine years ears the Republicans of Iowa Iowahave Iowahae Iowahave
have come to my way of thinking But Butthe Buta Butthe
the action a of f the Republican party in inj inIowa
hiitt hiittepe epe pttlon pttlonpolltlc
j Iowa a will fln flnb be b of o little effect in n national nationaljpolitics nauonalpolittcs
jpolitics polltlc for the simple reason that those thosevor thosewho hosewho
who control l legislation tatlon ire those who Ca CaVOl tavor
vor and operate the gigantic trusts and andmonopolies andmonopolies andmonopolies
monopolies of the country People who whofurnish whof
furnish f rnish campaign funds for the Repub Republican Repubpart Republican ¬
lican party are the ones who name your yourattorney yourattorney our ourattorne
attorney general eneral and those having au authority authority u ui ¬
i thorit thority They Tbe do net want your our money moneyI moneytbey moneyeither
I either they want your our votes So I say saythat B Btbat
I that the plank in the Republican plat platform platform
I form Is merely education that Is alL aiLII
II IIDRUImS
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
4 + 4 4DRUNKS
4 + DRUNKS ON RESERVATION RESERVATIONSpedal RESERVATIOlfSpecial +
+ +
4 Special to The Herald HeraldPocatello 1ern1dPotateUo IeraldPoc +
+ Pocatello Poc telio Ida Aug ug 8 SA A spe special apecial + 4 4rial
+ cial from Rossfork says that the theIndian + f fIndian
9 Indian police report a number num r of ofdrunken 4 4drunken f
4 drunken fishermen on the Fort FortHall FortHall FortHall + +
+ Hall bottoms and that Agent AgentCaldwell AgentCa1dweU +
± 4 Caldwell has ordered the arrest arestof 4 4of f fof
= + + of all persons found In that condi condif condftion 4 4tIon
+ f tion on the reservation resenalionThe reservationThe + 4 4f
+ f The bottoms are a favorite re resort resort + 4 4sort
+ sort for Pocatello sportsmen who whoby + 44past
4 by favor ot the agent have in the tl1epast 4 4past
+ 4past past been allowed to go there therefreely thererfreely + f f4freely
+ 4freely freely for a days sport with rod rodand 4 f
+ 4 and reel but Agent Caldwell an annQunces +
4 nounces that If the practice of off ofbpnSing ofbringing +
+ f bringing Intoxicants into the res resenation rcaervat1on + 4Nervation
Nervation + + enation is continued the privi prldlege 4 4lege
+ lege will be withdrawn entirely enUrelyO + 4INVESTIGATE
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + +
10 O INVESTIGATE BOER WAR WARIondon WAKLondon WAaItondon
London tug S SoThe The premier A J Bal Balfflur Balt6ur Balfdur
fflur announced today the appointment appointmentof
of the following fono inJ committee of inquiry into intothe Intothe intotba
the conduct of the Boer war The Earl EarlrvSlrJohn Earlsfr1t EarlofE1gtn
ofE1gtn chairman Sir H Henry Norman NormanShJohn
rvSlrJohn sfr1t Hopkins Lord Ether gr and sr Sir SirJ
Jj1 J hn1Edge Edie
METHODIST HOSTS DECIDE DECIDETO DECIDEJ9 DECIDETO
TO SHEATHE THEIR SWORDS SWORDOld SWORDSOlrf
Olrf Old flan rl Plan n of Fighting the Mormons Will Be Aban1 Aban1doned Aban Abandoned ban bandoned
doned For Calmer Means MeansWijlHereafter MeansWHHereafter >
I I IUI
WijlHereafter UI H r fter Try to Make Converts by Quiet Preaching and andt andSaints Lea LeaSaints
t Saints Care CareFor For Themselves
c ct
t i
rnItE iHE Methodists Ieth < > dists have decided to quit quitfighting
T 1 fighting figh b the Mormons u rmons They will willno willno willno I
no longer lon er denounce them and andtheir andtheIr andtheir
their religion in their meetings and andconferences andconferences
conferences coniere ceS Antagonism Ant golilim they the have havedecided havedecided havedecided I
decided only gains alns sympathy for the theantagonized theantagonlzed thea1tagonized
antagonized and accomplishes nothing nothingThe notiiingThe nothiagThe
The Methodists propose propose to preachthe preachthegospel pre preach chtbe chtbegospel the thegospel
gospel and allow Mdrmonism M I rmonism to take takecare takecare takecare
care of o iteelf They are going to at attempt attempt attempt ¬
tempt to make converts CO 1erts by quiet quietpreaching quietprcachinb quietpreaching
preaching and friendly frlendl missionary missionarywork mlSionarywork missionarywork
work workTills workTliis workrhls
Tills decision declsl n was arrived at during duringthe durin durintheexccutlve duringthe
the theexccutlve executive session of the conference conferenceheld conCerenceheid conferenceheld
held y yesterday terday in the Methodist Methodistchurch Methodistchurch t
church Itwas If was the opinion of the themlnis themIWs themiplaep4Jutt
mIWs miplaep4Jutt mlnis ers F3 hat at the new ncwmethod method was the theonlysuccessful tileoly theonjyanccessful
onlysuccessful oly UJccessfal plan that could be beadoptedand beadopted beadopedand
adoptedand adopted and therewas there was not a dissent dlssentf dissenting dissentlug
lug f voice voi v against It ith1s
jfiis 1 h1s iS1s 4s a decided change for the theMethodists th thrrthodlstli therethod1sth
Methodists who in the past have haveusually baveusuaJly haveusually
usually taken takenadantage advantage of the oppor opportunity opportunity opportunity ¬
tunity offered L by conference to de denounce denounce donounce ¬
nounce Mormonism as a diabolical diabolicalplot diabolicalplot diabolicalplbt
plot and various other kinds of a afarce aCarce afarce
farce Only Onl at the last preceding con conference confe conferqnce ¬
ference fe nce Mormonisnv was the principal principaltopjc pripclpaltoplc I Itopjc
topjc of discussion and it was handledwlt1 handled handledwithout handledwithout
without wlt1 out gloves and described In the thestrongest thestrOngest thestrongest
strongest language At that confer conference conference conference ¬
ence some of the ministers expressed expressedthemselves expressedthemselves expressedthemselves
themselves as displeased d pleased with that thatmethod thatmethod thatmethod
method of dealing with the question questionThis questfoThla questiozThis
This expression had its effect etC l In this thisconference thisconference
conference conc rence bringing about the decision decisionalready decisIonalr decisionalready I
already alr ady mentioned
No C More Antagonism AntagonismWhen AntagonismWncn AntagonismWlien
When the matter t att r was brought up upbefore upbefore p phefore
before the members yesterday all the theministers theminIsters theministers
ministers expressed it as their belief beliefthat beUeCthat beliefthat
that the antagonizing an gonlzing of the Mormons Mormonsonly Mormonsonly Ionnonsonly
only gained support and sympathy for forthem forthezn forthem
them and brought no additions to the theranks theranks theranks
ranks of Methodism from the forces of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the dominant church It was the ex expressed etpresse cxpreed ¬
pressed presse opinion of the ministers that thatquiet thatquiet thatquiet
quiet and earnest preaching of the thegospel thegospel thegospel
gospel as they the understood it would wouldin wouldin wouldin
in the end win against all odds and andmuch andmuch andmuch
much more quicker than the old oldmethod oldmethod oldmethod
method methodBishop methodBi methodBishop
Bishop Bi 1iop Warren expressed I1s ls pleas pleasure pleasure pleasure ¬
ure at finding that spirit manifested manifestedamong manifestedamong manifestedamong
among among the ministers of the t e Utah mIS mlsslonand misslOnand
slonand declared that if 1 they would wouldsimply wouldlmplY wouldsimply
simply allow 3JprmdnIsnx Morm nlsIn to take care careof careCitselfnff caredItselt
of dItselt Citselfnff Mtself nnB pfersisfinffpreaching ipeislstlnpre e1rlng and andmissionary andmisslon andmIssIonai
missionary misslon rY work they theyvould ftould accom accomplish accornpUsn accomplish ¬
plish their desired end The view Iew tak taken takenY takenby ¬
en enY by the conference was that If Mor Mormonism Mormonism 101 101monism
monism was not of God It would die dieof dieot dieof
of Itself it left alone but would ould con continue continue continue ¬
tinue to flourish to some extent at atleast atleast atleast
least if continually attacked attackedSome attackedSome attackedSome
Some dif differences erenCles that have arisen arisenMGREA arisenMCREA arisenMCREA
MCREA TO INTERFERE INTERFEREUnited
United States Warship to Pro ¬
tect tectHaytien Haytien Cable Is a aFrench aFrench aFrench
French Concern ConcernWashington ConcernWashington ConcernWashington
Washington Aug S SThe The ITntted States StatesHaytien State6HayU StatesHaytien
Haytien HayU n Telegraph Cable > company companyhas companyhal companyhas
has appealed to the state tate and navy de departments dtpartments dopartments > ¬
partments here to prevent the cutting cutlin > of ofits oCits ofits
its cable at t Cape Haytien HaytienAccording Ha Haytien4ccording tlen tlenAccordjn
According to information i received by bythe bythe bythe
the cable company IB laNewYork New ewYork York the Hay Haytien HayI Haytien ¬
tien I gunboat n comf3n1 CrteaPoInte which Is un unj undec
dec j the i command a JT of f Admiral 4 I 7il I TrilH KtlUck BU BUhas tj who whohas hft hfthas
has allied am himself hlnu < etf with the revolutlonap revolutlonapgovernment revolutionary revolutionarygovernment revolutionarygovernment
government of General Firmin and who whohas whohas whohas
has been appointed secretary of war and ananavy andna andnavy
navy na under the revolutionary government KovernmentIntends governmentintends overnmtntintends
Intends to sever the companys cable be between between between ¬
tween Cape Haytlen and New York YorkThe YorkTkecompany Yorkrho
The Tkecompany company appealed to the authorities authoritieshere adtRorltlEShee attthoritieshere
here to Instruct Commander McCrea lc rea of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the gunboat Macbias to protect the caw cawfrom caNe caNefrom cablefrom
from violence violenceActing violenceActing IalenceActin
Acting Actin Secretary of State Ad Adee e and andActing aadAtlng andActing
Acting Secretary Secreta of f the Navy lIaV Darling Barlingheld DarUnheld Darlingheld
held a conference over the matter and anddecided andi anddecided
decided that t t wasr W wa proper for r rtt tt this isIJl isIJlnational gov govertimdnt governantut
ertimdnt i tth fn the l e eW protection t r of the Inter International international ¬
national interests Intl t involved to Issue the theinstructions theInstructions theinstructions
instructions and accordingly accor ingl a awas cablegram cablegramwps c Wegramwis
was wis sent ent to Commander McCr lcCJea a direct directIng direct directIng directing
Ing him to prevent the cutting of the thehe theCa thecable
Ca cable The he Haytien Haytien Cable caliri company irm S SThe y Is tinder tinderptaod g tinderstaod der dertt
ptaod tt od to be a French concern and under underordinary undprorainary underorijina
ordinary orijina ry circumstances its interests interestswould InterestswJiuld Interestswquld
would wJiuld be lqok lqoked d afterby tC erb the he French gov government government govcrnrnent ¬
ernment which has the Suchet and sev several several sevoral ¬
eral other war vessels In West t5t Indian Indianwaters Indianwaters Indianwaters
waters but the company com any has ha American Americanaffiliations Americanaffiliations I Iaffiliations
affiliations and a large amount of Amer American mer tmerican ¬ i ilean
ican business passes pa < les over its lines linesSome linesSome linesSome
Some of this business is for the United UnitedStates UnltroSmtes UnitedSintes
States government whIch hich uses the line lineIn lineIn linein
In part to maintain its communications communicationswith communicationswlthwar communicationswithw
with wlthwar withw war r vessels ve5 eb at t various points in the theWest theVest theWest
West Indies IndiesIt Irldi < S SIt
It also al o iy a partial dependence for gov government government gorernment ¬
ernment communication with Porto Rico RicoUnder RJcotnder Ricetnder
tnder thee the e circumstances the state stateand stateand stateand
and navy 118 department officials felt rIt that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the protection of this cable came within withinthe withinthe WIthinthe
the general policy of protecting American AmericanInterests Amerteaninterests AmericanInterests
Interests InterestsTo
To some extent also a principle of the theMonroe thefonroe theMonroe
Monroe doctrine is involved as itcarries itcarriesout 11 carries carriesout carriesout
out the general purpose of this govern government government governmeat ¬
ment to maintain order and preserve preserveproperty presenepropert preserveproperty
property so far as this can be done with without without without ¬
out interfering hiter lring with any of the thesoerelgn thesoerelgnrrshtt sovereign sovereignrfehte sorereignrighta
rfehte of the southern countries countriesThe countriesTa countriesThe
The United t States t always has main maintained maintamed ¬
tamed Ta fh fht the right h to cut cables ag a Sanm Sanmdent an lad incident laddent ¬
dent to warfare but this right ri ht is con conceded CORceded conceded ¬
ceded to governments In their sovereign sovereigncapacity soveelSllcapaity sovereigncapaeit7
capacity and It could not b be < claimed by bya bya toya
a revolutionary force having no inter international International interzsttionai ¬
national status as belligerents belligerentsJOHN belligerentsJOHN belligerents3OHN
JOHN 2TOBRIE CAPTURED CAPTTTBEDLeaveaworth CAPTUREDLe3enwortb CAPTUREDLeavenworth
Leaveaworth Kan Aug S 8Tobn John Nor Jforrle Norne or orrle
rle the convict who escaped from the theUnited tbeUnited theUnited
United States penitentiary guards Thurs Thursday Thur Thurday Thurday ¬
day afternoon by jumping from a culvert culvertinto cnIvertInto culvertinto
into a creek was wa captured at Atchison AtchlsonKan AtchisonKan AtchisonHan
Kan this thbate afternoon oon
among the U e members of the conference conferenceover
over the removal of certain deacon deaconess de 4ehconeases con conCSfICS
ess eases es from the city churches were werebrought werebrought ere J Jbrought
brought up and thoroughly aired airedMembers al airedMembers d d1I
Members 1I mheI of the conference admitted admittedthat admIttedthat adthittedthat
that this tbi matter was thoroughly dis discussed dlscussed discussed
cussed but they tlu y refused t to > tell any anything anything anything
thing about the discussion dlS < useion except xeepttiat xeepttiatno that thatno thatno
no action was as taken One Oneilho mho ho claims1 claims1to claim 4 4to
to know kno the true status of affairs stat stated stated < tat i id
ed d that some of the Methodist minis miriisters mizilstees ministers
ters and other Methodist officials who whoare whoarE whoare
are here and have been here were wereopposed wereopposed wereopposed
opposed to the system s 3tem of deaconesses deaconessesand
and especially opposed to some of the thadeaconesses tJIedeacone thedeaconesses
deaconesses deacone es who have been laboring laboringin labori laboriIn laioriCgin
in the Salt Lake field fieldIt ftetdIt fieldIt
It is the business of these tJa E deacon deaconess deaconesaHI deaconeases ¬
eases ess to act as missionaries for or the therespective therespectle therespective
respective churches of the city clt and do dosuch douch dosuch
such uch work as a > they can towards build building buildIns building ¬
ing up the church and Sunday schools schoolsFor IchoolsFor schoolsFor
For this work they it is stated re receive reIve receive
ceive Ive barely b rely a Hxlny but through th their tMiIwork theirwork ir irwork
work some great gr 8t advan advansea s and im improvement in1proTement tiflprovement ¬
provement especially In the Sunday Sundayschools Sunday5chools Sundayschools
schools have been made madeRegardless madeRegardle madeRegardless
Regardless > s of this thl some of the min ministers miaist misisters ¬
isters ist NI It Is claimed got together sane sanetime 891 sametime e etime
time ago and without consulting the thewishes thewiehe thewishes
wishes of the church or the congrega congregation CO congregalion srega sregation
tion removed several of the deaeon deaeoneFseB deaeoneseR deaconesses
eFseB sending them to other places placesBy placesBy placesBy
By the majority of the members of the thechurches thechurches thechurches
churches the work of the deaconesses deaconessesfa
fa considered very important and andwhen andhen andwhen
when hen these women were removed Jn Jnsuch lnsuch insuch
such a manner it brought forth a pro protest protest protest ¬
test that that not only reached the various yarlouschurches variouschurches r rchurches
churches but went on up to the con conTerence conference conference
ference
Cause of Disturbance DisturbanceThe DisturbanceThe
The case said to be the main factor factorin
in the disturbance occurred in the Illft Illftchurch 111ftchurch 111ffchurch
church where a Miss Smith was R act acting actIng acting ¬
ing as deaconess She It Is claimed claimedwas claimedwas claimedwas
was removed by some of the mlnis mlnlSteliiJ mlnlSteliiJand mlniteraand tera teraand
and immediately the Sunday Sunda schdol schdolwhere sch schdoluhere ol olwhere
where she devoted her labors dropped droppeddown droppeddown i idown
down in attendance to the extent of 50 50or SOor 50Or
or 75 per cent as a result of the re removal removal reinoval ¬
moval The Tb children of the school It Itis Itis itis
is declared took the stand that she sheshould sbeshould sheshould
should not have been b n removed and be because because because ¬
cause shewas she was they refused to attend attendSunday attendSunday attendSunday
Sunday school The other cases of re removaV remoyal yeutovaicaixsed
movaV utovaicaixsed caused similar disturbances dlsturban sand sandMrsPotter and andMrsPotter andMrs
MrsPotter Mrs Potter In her paper read the first firstAav firstdaV firstdat
Aav of the conference con ereuce indicated in lnia lniameasure AV AVmeasure
measure the Reeling about the nTattej nTattejThe n matte l te teThe I Irile
The Importance 1mpor 1Ce of the workof work of the thedeacdriesses tbedeacdriesses thedeandriesses
deacdriesses and the alleged unrightfut unrightfutaction unrlghttutaction unrlghtfutaction
action of the ministers in removing removingthem removingthem removingthem
them was thoroughly discussed yes yesterday yesterday CS CStemay ¬
terday behind closed clos < d doors and an anappeal anappeal anappeal
appeal it is understood was made to tothe totbe tothe
the conference to rectify matters matt n but butno butno butno
no action was taken at that time tinieLOOKSBADFORDURHAM timeLOOKS timeLOOKS
LOOKSBADFORDURHAM LOOKSBADFORDURHAMWitness LOOKS BAD BADFORDURHAM BADFORDURHAMWitness FOR DURHAM DURHAMWitness
Witness Testifies That He Talked TalkedMuch TalkedMuch TalkedMuch
Much of Tragedy TragedySome Some Dam ¬
aging Evidence EvidenceSpecial EvidenceSpecial EvidenceSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldPocatelto HealdPocatello HeraldPocatello
Pocatello Ida Aug S SThe The prelimi preliminary preUmlnary prelinuinary ¬
nary hearing of W A Durham of ofBlackfoot otBlackfoot ofBlackfoot
Blackfoot charged with the murder murderof munferof
of E M 1 Fritz of o Pocatello and J S SDonaldson SDonaldson SDonaldson
Donaldson of Wood River Rh er Xeb N b a athe at atthe at atthe
the head of Pocatello creek about abouteight 3bouteigbt bOuteight
eight miles from this city on onTune June 3 3was II IIwas 3was
was commenced before Judge Mason ilasoaheimer Masonheimer lasoRheimEr
heimer this afternoon afternoonOnly aternoonOnly afternoonOnly
Only four witnesses were examined examinedand examhl examinedand d
and practically no new ne evidence was wasadded wasadded
added addedThe addedThe r
The hearing will 111 contiaoe tomorrow tomorrowThe t tomorrowThe morro morroThe
The principal witness today toda wasA was as A AR ARBrlggs R RBrlpgs RBriggs
Briggs who with his < son on Ross passed passedthe p passedthe EEed EEedth
the th > camp of Fritz and Donaldson Donaldsonabout Donakl8Ol1about Donaldsonabout
about 7 oclock oclo < k on the evening eYeDin of the the23rd t theZird e e3rd
23rd They were > then alive and well wellH wellH weBH
H W King followed Briggs on da n horse horseback horseback horseback ¬
back but he admitted that he did not notsee DOtKing ot otsee
see King from the time the Brlgga Brlggaleft Br Brtggaleft g gJelt
left their camp 3M 30 31 yards above the theFritzDonalgon theFrltzDonaJ theFritzDonaison
FritzDonalgon oD camp campuntU until after they theyhad tbqh8dpassed theybed
had h8dpassed passed the latter camp campSby by pjc pjchaps p plaps i ilapa
haps laps half a mile Just before leaving leavingtheir le heeylnytheir yln ylntheir
their camp they bad h talked with Ith Dur Durham Durham Dueham ¬
ham and his partner Pat Farnam al altheir ajtheir attheir
their camp a little way ay above He Hehad Hehad f fbad
had seen no other men IB that thatsecUon thatsecUonall section sectionall ectlonall
all that day and knew of none n ne thexe thexeCoroner t1 teceCoronerBeanand ae aeCoroner
Coroner CoronerBeanand Bean and Deputy Sheriff Sh itf GrIt Grlffith GrItflth Grit5th
fith described the finding of the th bodies bodiesof i ioC
of the murdered men n and the th nature natureof
of their wounds Coroner oroner Bean said saidthat saidthat saidthat
that the shot that killed Fritz was wasfired wagfired wasfired
fired from no greater distance than a afoot afoot afoot
foot from his body Charles S Hpp Hppcom Hscorn f fcom
com a prospector had became quite quitei quiteCriendlywitb quitefriendly
i friendly Criendlywitb with Durham a couple of ofdays ofdays ofdays
days after the th tragedy and said Jd that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the latter talked much about the thetragedy tlietra thetragedy
tragedy tra ed and s seemed emed d flighty and at attimes axtimes attimes
times rambling He said that Durham Durhamhad Durh8ll1had Durlissobad
had a gun of large calibre and Coroner CoronerBean CorOllerBean CoronerBean
Bean said it was with a a large calibre calibregun caUtKeUn calibregun
gun Un that the two dead men were shet shetSo sh shetSo t tSo
So far however the evidence has not notbeen notbeen netbeen
been such as to connect Durham with withI withthe withthe
I the crime crimeKING crimeKING
I I IKING
KING NOT FROM inSSOTTBI inSSOTTBIBUT 1rIISSOURIBUT 3IISSOUBIBUT
BUT STILL HE WANTED TO ToSEiE ToSEiEIadrid SEEL SEELMadrid SELMadrid
Madrid A Au ADg g iAlarm Alarm was w WIt today todayduring t todJduring da7 da7during
during King Alfonsos jo Journey o n rReY er fr frOvJdeo trOldeo frena frenaOtldeo
OvJdeo to Lee White W le the train w was 186 In Ina Ir1a ina
a tunnel near r Wveres the door ef i ikings the thekings tJten tJteSl
kings saloon n suddenly e opened a apellOnaUy aad d u was wasbroken s spersonally
broken n Sl off The king conviseed inietaU inietaUpersonally
personally that Ute oc occurrence irr nce was wasaoci wasaocidental acci accidental aolidental ¬
dental
GOULDS INTERESTED IN COOS BAY ROAD ROADjORTLAKD ROADPORTLA1oJ
5 jORTLAKD ORTLAND ORE J Aug ug S gThe The Oregonian says ys A circular issued i ued uedb 4 4by 4 4i
+ PORTLA1oJ i by b J I L McLean Co bankers and broker 25 2 Broad street st t Xew XeWYork + 4York
4 York City sets forth the merits of the Gould system of railroads railroadsand 4 4
4 4 and speakS of the connection of the GouMs with th the Great GlftLtCeutl81 Central ran ranToad 4 4road
4 + road projected between Coos bay and Salt Lake City ettyOn CItYOn 4 +
4 On thlsjnatter the circular speaks as follows followThe +
4 4 The Great Central now building buUdiRgbetWeeD between Coos bay and Saltiafce Salt Lake LakeCity +
4 4 City with fth an au extension into Portland is believed to be for the purpose p rpose rposeof 4 4
4 of supplying the missing mlssin link to the Pacific cadet ee st for tie gr grat t GeW GeuIftsystem 4 4 4System
4 + system It is the general belief through bestposttd estpo Unaart llaa elal cbwwfete e J Jthat 4 +
4 that the money Is being furnished for this road by the GevMe G aWs and Sieir ttieirassociates 4j 4
4 4 associates associatesThis + J JThis
4 This circular was intended for circulation among fereigii investors imrestDT8and 4 4t 4
9 and it was quite Incidental that one of them reached PlIBnd ypst ester > r 4 4tl
tl d Tboewhoh have ye watched thesttnatioD b however < werr gf see > f otr el elt ettxd +
txd t 1 cee D41itri otii t cpngectlon cimnection ecti n of the Gould > with the Coos bay ba Pr J ProJect Ft Ftf ct +
+ + + 4 f + + 1 + ± 4 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +

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