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Thousands Tho s n s Have Arrived and Delayed DelayedTrains D Iaye > rr Trains Jhs Will WillBring WillBring WillBring
Bring Many MoreAmple More MoreAmpleAccommodations Morem
Ample AmpleAccommodations m I Accommodations S Reserved For F r the VisitorsPreparations VisitorsPreparationsFor Visitors ViSiDrpr Preparations PreparationsFor
For the Festal Days Dedicated to Elkdom
T WAg YA the tho C liveliest Sunday in the thohlslO thehistory
lT I history hlslO of Salt Lake From every ev every evel ¬
ery el direction dlr ctkln strangers poured inthrough in inthrough inthrough
through the citys pates ates and took com complete com11ct completp ¬
plete 11ct possession no < seEslon They The visited the re resorts reorts resorts ¬
sorts the churches hurch s and walked the thestreets thetrc thestreets
streets trc ts from early morning until mid midnight mldnI midnight ¬
night nI ht when all retired retlr dlo to comfortable comfortablequarters comfortablejljartcr8 comfortableOuartera
quarters provided provid > d by h the overworked overworkedcommittee overworkedcommlttetat overworkedcommittee
committee at Elks EI headquartersWhen headquarters headquartersWhen headquartersWhen
When the books closed last nhrht n I ht
1383 Elks had registered rfJI tere < l and f ore orethan or orthan orethan
than that number > r had beemhonsed bEen housed by bvth
the th accommodations committee < which whichstill Which Whichtill whichstill
still till hag ha room reserved re < ened for nearly
10000 people J > ople That Th t It will be easy eas to togive toIIe togive
give all visitors IKtol a place to sleep is no nolonger no10ngT nolonger
longer doubted doubtrir and it is hoped that thatnobody thatnOOQlr thatnohoily
nobody will go hungry hungryThe hun hunThf hungryThe
The > hotels are o of course cour eftlled filled to tooverflowing toOrttfwlng tooverflowing
overflowing Already they tl1 the J1 jmyp a y spread spreadot8 spread4ol8 spreadcots
cots ot8 In 1 ba bth b th rooraa rQo rQoth S to tif1if ac accommodate accommodatemember ntmodate ntmodatemember lmo ate
member 11 1bF s of the t e i ord or rt r The Th eord e res resfauYahis resttlurant restauirahts
fauYahis fell fet the th t11 burden of the influxyesterday Influx Influxyesterday influxefterdny
yesterday In some instances the th eat eatinj eat1t1 eating
inj 1t1 houses served lunch until 5 p m mand m8ndal mand
and 8ndal at that hour started dinner which whichfulled whichIIlttd whichlyiIted
fulled until after 10 oclock at night nightthe nightthe nighttie
the places being V tilled to the doors doorsevery doorscer doorsevery
every cer minute of the time timeThe timeThe timeT
The T e rush ru h will be at its height height today todayIt
It is IS expected that 4000 people will willarrive willnrrhe willarrive
arrive within the next twentyfour twentyfourhours twentyfourhoun twentyfourhours
hours All 11 schedules however have havebeen havebef haveheen
been bef > n declared offand off and the railroads rallro 1ds are arcexperiencing areeXprinln areexperiencing
experiencing great difficulty in han handling handling handling ¬
dling the trains This is attributed to toWashouts toW towashouts
Washouts W Shouts on the Rio Grande system systemand syst4mnd systemand
and nd the th machinists strike on the theUnion theUnion theUnion
Union Pacific which whir l1 liCas r as almost tied tiedMP tiedlIP tiedqp
MP the rolling stork of that road The Thelocal Thelocal Thelocal
local yards of both roads are already alreadyoccupied already1ocupied alreadyoocupied
occupied by b trains Superintendent SuperintendentBaker SuperlntendntBftklr Superintendentl3itker
Baker of the Pullman service stated statedthat stahdthat statedthat
that 1t1r000 10000 pieces pl cf > s of linen were w re changed changedIn
In In his hi cars last lR t nightThe night nightThe nightThe
The most important delegations that thaters thatrrhc thatnrrivedyesterdny
nrrivedyesterdny rrhc ye terfla were er the New York Yorkn Yorkers
ers n numbering 400 who reached here hereat hreat hereat
at midnight in two trains and the lh Al Alleghany Allehan AIlegham
leghany > Pa delegation of 100 Rep Representatives Repr Representatives ¬
resentatives r Entat e5 of a great many man other otherlodges otherlodges I
lodges came in on regular trains but butnot but1I0t butnot
not in large lar e bodies bodiesBIG bodiest bodiesBIG
Large Arrivals Yesterday ButThousands But ButThousands ButThousands
Thousands More ComingTrains Coming Comingtrains Comingtr
trains tr ins Delayed4fen Delayed DelayedA
4 4fen A few fe less Ip s than 1300 Elks were werereg wereregIstorea wereregistared reg reglatoreil
latoreil at headquarters V yesterday yesterdayNearly yestordayNoarly yesterdayNearly
Nearly all of this number arrived dur during durIng during ¬
ing the day on various trains which whichbrought whichbrought whichbrought
brought In scattered sections secllo s of dele delegations delegallons delegations ¬
gations The number of arrivals arrivals would wouldundoubtedly wouldundouhte wouldundoubted
undoubtedly undouhte lr have been very much muchlarger muchlarger muchlarger
larger had it not been for the delay delayalong delayalonS delayalong
along all lines of railroads leading here hereFive hereFle herehive
Five solid delegations were expected to tohave tohae tohave
have arrived during the day but owing owingto
to the delay along the lines only two twosolid twosolid twosolid
solid delegations del < gatlops arrived the remainder remainderof
of o the th arrivals being scattered sections sectionsof
of visitors from various places There Thereare Threare Thereare
are trainlouds upon trainloads of Elks Elkstraveling ElkstraelIng Elkstraveling
traveling in this direction but all of ofthem oCthem ofthem
them from the east are being held back backsomewhere backsomewhete backsomewhere
somewhere along the lines on account accountof
of washouts and strikes Every train trainthat trainthat trainthat
that arrived yesterday esterda was from six sixto sbto sicto
to ten hours late and according to topresent topresent topresent
present information none of the spe specials specials specials ¬
cials will arrive on time In fact it itlooked itlooked itlooked
looked for f fora ra a time yesterday estcrdao as If some someof someot someof
of ot 5 the fareastern far eastern delegations would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not be able to reach r ach ch here at all until untilthe unlllthe untilthe
the convention Is over Reports how howevar howec
evar ec r state that th t the loss of time Is be being beIngi been ¬
ing en made up to some extent and all the thedelegations thedelegations thedelegations
delegations will get In before the open opento openn opentng
to tng n day dayThe da daThe dayThe
The trains over the Union Pacific Pacifichave Pacificijave Pacificleave
have been especially late l te and the twen twenty twenty twenty ¬
ty special sections reported to be mov moving mo moIngl1tween moving ¬
ing Ingl1tween between Omaha and Ogden are arestill arestill arestill
still along the line somewhere When Whenthey Whenthey hen henthey
wit arrive here Is an uncertain uncertainmatter uncertainmattr uncertainmutter
matter mattr The delay along this line is isdue is isdiU fadue
due to the tb strike of the machinists It ItIs Itis itis
The rail railroad 1311road railroad ¬
Is stated by b good authority
road officials of course deny that this thisis thisIs thisIs
is responsible respo sibl for the tardiness of the thetrains thetrains thetrains
trains hutpassengers but passengers who have trav traveled tra traeled traveled ¬
eled over theroad the Toad oad state that traffic is isblocked isblocked isblocked
blocked all along the way wa simply on onaccount onaccount onaccount
account of the strike > A train bear bearing bearIng bearins ¬
ing a portion of the Philadelphia dele delegation delegation delegation ¬
gation traveled over that road yester yesterother yesterda yesterday
da day and passengers stat that they theyhad theyhad
had to spend almost the entire da day as asIlsting asslating
slating a disabled freight alon along the theroad theroad
road in order to gel around It The TheQthtr e eother
trains they state ar r < > still fur further furtb further ¬
other and how much more de delav dela delay
ther tb r behind blnd
lay la there will be they the cannot tellOn tell tellOn tEllOn
On the Rio Grande the th washout washoutcaused washoutI washoutcaused
caused 3u ed by the flood a few days ago is isthe is isdfiD isdelaying
I dfiD delaying ing all trains over that road AU AUthe Allthe
the trains from that direction yesterday
The Kansans Kansans willarrive wlll arrive at S oclock CIOCk
this morning mornin and andClAIifornia California the big bigrJelelatIon
delegation from the Pacific P i c coast gets
In at 3 oclock this afternoon afternoonS
As S a rule the arrivals so far are arepoliticians arep arepo
po politicians p llticfans of the convention come comeupon comeupon conicupon
upon the ground early aTIJ toxengage to engage in inthe Inthe Inthe
the contest for offices om < es and the next nextmeeting nextmeeting nextmeeting
meeting place There are four cities citiesprominently clUesprominently citiesprominently
prominently in the fight for forthe the con convention conention convention ¬
vention of 1903 They The are Saratoga SaratogaSprings SaratogaSprIngs SaratogaSprings
Springs N T Baltimore Md Id Des
Moines Ia and Richmond Va Rich Richmond Richmond Richmond ¬
mond got Into it yesterday je terday with both bothfeet bothfeet bothfeet
feet A year ago at Milwaukee the theVirginia theYirginla theVirginia
Virginia town was a a factor in the fight fightbut fightbut fightbut
but its principal hotel burned downand down downand downand
and the delegation decided to withdraw withdraw with withdraw ¬
draw Salt Lake was as at that time timepledged timepledged timepledged
pledged to Richmond RlchmoI1dand and after its itswithdrawal itswithdrawal itswithdrawal
withdrawal went after the convention conventionInasmuch conventionInasm1ch conventionInas
Inas Inasmuch n i h as Richmond has h now con concluded concluded concluded ¬
cluded tofight 10 1ightfor for the thehoncri honor IheSalt IheSaltlake fheSaltLaitedelegates theSaltLa
lake La Laitedelegates delegates willprpbabiy I1l pr ably befoana befoanain be ro found n nin
in the Richmond column fulfilling ft lfiUng thepledge the thepledge thepledge
pledge of a a year ear agoSalt ago agoSalt agoSalt
Salt Lake Is donning the Elks col colors colors colors ¬
ors purple and White w lte and while the thedisplays thedispJas thedisplays
displays many of them are yet In Incomplete 1ncomplete n ncomplete ¬
complete what has been been9qne done gives givesa
a good idea idcaot of the beautiful effect that thatwill thatwill thatwill
will be seen tomorrow Nearly Nearl every
business buslne s house is 5ftlnS flying banners in the theprevailing theprevailing theprevailing
prevailing colors and many man merchants merchantshave merchantshave merchantshave
have put together some elaborate and andunique andunique andunique
unique displays in the way a of electric electricillumination el electricillumination trlc trlclIluminaUon
illumination The Th town will be ablaze ablazetonight ablazetonight ablazetonight
tonight with the street illumination illuminationthat Illuminationthat illuminationthat
that has been in preparation for sev several sevcral several ¬
eral months monthsA
A large majority of the visitors went wentto wentto Wentto
to the tabernacle yesterday ciiterda afternoonand afternoon afternoonand afternoonand
and hearl the choir and organ and andMormon and1Ilormon andMormon
Mormon addresses Many too went to toSaltair toSaltair toSaltair
Saltair and Lagoon and the th band concerts con concerts concerts ¬
certs at Liberty park and Fort Doug Douglas Douglas Douglas ¬
las caught the lh remainder remainderTodays remainderTodas remainderTodays
Todays work will be of the prepara preparatory preparatOr preparatory ¬
tory tOr kind for the opening of the festiv9tles fes festivities festivities ¬
tivities Tuesday forenoon to be fol followed followed followed ¬
lowed by b > the beginning be dnnlng of the grand grandlodge grandlodse grandlodge
lodge session the parades band con contests contests contests ¬
tests and the varied forms of amuse amusements amusements ¬
ments provided for Salt Laes multi multitude mUltitude multitude ¬
tude of visitors visitorswere visitorswere visitorswere
were several hours late ate and a number numberof
of delegations that were expected to tohave tobavearrlved tohave
have bavearrlved arrived yesterday will wll1no not arrive arriveuntil arriveuntil I IuliUl
until today or toworrow toworrowEverj towortowEvery
Every EWI effort though is being made madeby madeby madeby
by the railroad companies to rectify rectifymatters rectifymatters I
matters and it is expected that today todaywill todaywllI todaytrill
will see many man of the delayed trains ar arrive arrh arrlve ¬
rive rh
The big New York ork delegation occu occupyiYig oceup occupying
pyiYig p fus two special specialtrains trains arrived last lastmidnight lastmidnight I
midnight but owing to the lateness laten s pC pCthe of ofthe ofthe
the hour the delegates remained in intheir inthplr intheir
their cars l rs on the tracks until this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning when they will be takencare takencareof
of and assigned to homes The delegation dele delegation delegdtion ¬
gation is among the largest to l come comeand comeand comeand
and is composed of some of the most mostrepresentative mostrepresentative mostrepresentative
representative people of that stateThe state stateThe stateThe
The Allegheny delegation from Alle Allegheny Allegheny Allegheny ¬
gheny Pa arrived in its special sp clal train trainat trainat trainat
at 1 oclock yesterday esterda afternoon There Therewere Therewere Therewere
were aboard the section about 100 00 Elks Elksand Elksand Elksand
and visitors The Pennsylvanians re report r rport report ¬
port that there arc still more to come comefrom comefrom comefrom
from the Keystone state During the theafternoon theafternoon theafternoon
afternoon a number of the thePhlladelphia thePhlladelphiaNo Philadelphia PhiladelphiaNo
No 2 delegation arrived arrl d and reported reportedat
at headquarters There were about aboutnineteen aboutnin aboutnineteen
nineteen nin teen In the party part but these re report report ¬
port that a larger section Is still on onthe onthe onthe
the way and an will probably arrive rr ve today todayor
0 or tomorrow tomorrowA
A goodsized representation of the El Eli ElReno E1Reno
i Reno lodge from Oklahoma came in inlast Inlast
last night reporting that a larger num number m num number in inbel ¬
ber will be In with the Texas delega delegation delelation delegation ¬
tion which Is now on the road in a aspecial a aspecial aspecial
special train trainAmongthe trainArnong trainAmongthe
Amongthe Arnong the other otherarrIaJs arrivals during the theday theda theday
day da was a herd of Denver Elks from fromlodge fromlodge
lodge No 17 1 The special bearing the theColorado tlieColorado theColorado
Colorado delegation proper left Denver Denveryesterday Denvercsterday Denveryesterday
yesterday morning and will arrive here heretoday heretoda heretoday
today toda > provided no delays dtla s hinder its itsprogress itspro Itsprogress
progress pro ss Four members of the Au Auburn Auburn Auburn ¬
burn N Y delegation reached the city cito citolast
last night and they report that an anunusually anunu anunusually
unusually unu > ualb large cro crowd d is followingthem following followingthem followhlSthem
them A small bunch of Erie Pa PaElks PaElks PaElks
Elks also reached here during the even evening evenIng evenlug ¬
ing ingBesides
Besides these several hundred Elks Elksi Elksfrom
i from various parts p rtH of the country
dropped dtV > d in during the day da and reported reportedat
at headquarters All the Elks who havearrived have havearrived havearrivfd
arrived report that there are r countless countlessnumbers countlessnumbers countlessnumbers
numbers still moving in this direction directionand directionand directionand
and they th y look for one of the Jargest at attendances attendances ¬
tendances ever witnessed d at a grand grandlodge grandJod grandlodge
I lodge Jod p conventJon conventiopToday conventJonToday conentoflToda
Today Toda > will 111 probably be one of the thebiggest theblggesl thebiggest
biggest days in point of arrivals Ot t > f any
day A dozen or more special trains trainsare trainsare trainsare
are scheduled to arrive bearing several severalthousand 8ew severalthousand ral ralthousand
thousand people The specials will willcommence willCommene willcommence
commence to t come In early this morn mornIng mOTnand morning
Ing and will continue eo ftinue to follow each eachother eahother eachother
other at close intervals during the en entire entire entire ¬
tire day da daTh dayThe > 1
The Th Omaha delegation which will ill be beJB be1ft ben
1ft JB n large one is Expected to arrive e at atJ 3 3J 9Continued
J Continued CcnUnuedcn1ab en Page Z
Baltimore Sarato SaratogaSprings ga gaMoines Sprl nsDes DesMoines Des DesMoines
Moines and Richmond RichmondSALT RicH RiClimondt RiClimondSALT Ad AdSALT
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OUR cities seek the hsnorbf li lc 1 torof r f be beinE being
FOUR H ing the 1903 1903convention convention conenU city city andentertaining and andentertaining a d dentertaining
entertaining the Elks in annual
reunionBaltimore reunion reunionBaltimote
Baltimore was the first fiI1 > t to announce announceits a u1oui1ce aitnouneeits u1oui1ceits
its desires in that direction to be beclosely becJo5ey btclosely
closely followed by b Saratoga Springs SpringsN SpringsN
N Y Then Des Moines conceived concehCd the theidea theidea theidea
idea that it should be the second seconaw west western westem st stern ¬
ern em n municipality muni lpali to throw tI w open QP n sit sitgates fits fitsgates its itssates
gates to the Best People on on Earth Earthand Earthand arth arthand
and so notified Elkdom A few f w week weekslater weeklater weeklater
later theRIchmond Va VatJf1 tlnieTss s awaH awaHened awaJened awa awaened
ened to the idea that Itnvasabout itn asabeut timethe time timethe ttmethe
the south had that honor honor bestowedupon bestowed bestowedupon bestoU d dupon
upon their city and entered entered the ti1 arena arenamolten arena arenaWhen r na naW
W When eri the question comes up for forde fordetermination fordetermination de determination ¬
termination in the grand gr3lJd lodgeduring lodgeduringits 10dg lodgeduringits durJ g gIts
its session in the Assembly Assembly hall hall it is isconceded isconceded ieconceded
conceded that the two latetr atelF cities U s will willnot wIllnot willnot
not make m ke much of a showing in the8ghthe the thethe thetish
tish 8ghthe he relcgiztesurbbetlrren relcgiztesurbbetlrrenthe r l Ct s tb b t e n ne
the e Oyster SterCity City in araryland rBlyJdndan4 and and the thefamous lhefamous Thefamous
famous summer resort of or tHe Empire Empirestate Empirest Empirestate
state stateThe st fte I 1The IThe
The opening gun in the fight fightnRS fightnRSfired wasfired was wasfired
fired yesterday when George GeorgeTChur T TChurch TChurchof Church Churchof h hot
of Saratoga Saratoga Springs arrived in the thecity theelt thecity
city elt registered at Elks headquarters headquartersmade headquarleremade headquartersmade
made the official announcement annou cemel1tthat cemel1tthathis that thathis thathis
his city is after the next convention conventionand conn conventionand ntfon ntfonand
and began the distribution of liand liandEome 11ndsome hand handsome
some Saratoga Springs badges witha withalavish with ith a alavish alavish
lavish hand handThe 1 handThe nd ndThe
The Baltimore delegatio is isexpect isexpected expect expected ¬
ed to arrive either late todayor to tomorrow tomorro tomorrow
morrow V when the contest will ill not beso be beso b
so onesided It is said these Elks Elkshave Elkshae Elkshave
have for or distribution a badge equally equallyas qualhas
as elegant e cgant and expensive as that got gotten gotten ot ¬ I
ten up by the New York bucks and ant inaddition in inaddition inaddition
addition have for distribution tons of ofliterature ofliterature I Iliterature
literature setting forth the advant advantages adyantages advantages ¬
ages of that city cit citJust cityJust I IJust
Just before District Distri t Deputy Hen HenIowa Henry HenryIowa or orIowa
Iowa left the city a day or twoto two ag agto agoj agojto
to be gone a short time he made the theannouncement theannouncement theannouncement
announcement that his lodge had with withdrawn withdrawn withdrawn
drawn from the fight That lessened lessenedto lesse ed edto
to a considerable degree boomtalk boomtalkfor boom boomtalkfor ta1k ta1kfor
for the cyclone state s ate town But there thereare thereare thereare
are still a a few who will fight for Iowa Iowat Iotato
to t the end unless unle they th see that it itwould itwould itwould
would place palc that commonwealth in an anembarrassing anmbarras anembarrassing
embarrassing mbarras lt1g position positionUtah positionUtah positionUtah
Utah May Help Richmond RichmondIt
It is impossible at this time to ascer ascertaui aseerta ascertayt
taui ta just how sincere the IirginiaEllis Virginia VirginiaElRs VirginiaElRs
Ellis ElRs are in their announcement anriouncf < menlthat that thatthey thatthey
they will put up a strong fight forthe forthe for forthe
the next reunion Utah lodges are al almost almost ¬
most in honor bound to fight for the thesouth thesOIlth thesouth
south Richmond Rllhr ond would probably have havegotten hitvcgotten havegotten
gotten the 1902 190 reunion rf > unlon hd 1 hid d not one of ofits ofits ofits
its best and largest larg > 5t hotels been de destroyed destro destroyed ¬
stroyed stro > ed byfire b by fire just before the Mil Milvatikee Milwallke til tilwaukee
vatikee convention lon > ntion At A t that timeSalt timeSaltLake time Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake was pledged pld ed to fight for Richmond Rich Richmond Richmond ¬
mond When hen the hotel hotelbumed burned the thelocal thelocallodgt theaocallodge local locallodge
lodge was apprised of this fact factthnt factthntthe that thatthe thatthe
the southern city clt > had withdrawn from fromthe fromthe frontthe
the fight and that Salt Lake was wa released re released released ¬
leased from its pledge It was only a afew afew afew
few hours after the receipt receiptor of that thatmessage thatmessage thatmessage
message that Salt Lake stepped stepped into intothe intothe intothe
the place left vacantby vacant b by the Virginia Virginiacity Yiq Virginiacity lnla lnlacity
city withdrawing withdrawingThe
The argument against Saratoga SaratogaSprings SaratogaSprings SaratogaSprings
Springs Is thatthe that th grand lodge should shouldnot shou1dnot shouldnot
not meet at snummer resorts resor because becausethe bC hecausothe au c cthe
the rates charged by the hotels are aleuessive ex excessive excessive ¬
cessive that the attendance is materially mate materially materiaU ¬
rially riaU decreased because of thecxpense theexpensewhich thecxpensewhich thecxpensewhich
which the average Elk does not feelhe feel feelhe fcelhe
he can afford simply for the pleasure pleasureof
of attending attend InS thevsessions these the sessions < lons of that august augustI auustbod augustbody
I body bod and shaking hands with brothersfrom brothers brothersfrom brothersfrom
from all over the United States StatesOne StatesOne StatesOne
One of the arguments raised ra sed against againstBaltimore a againstBaltimore anst anstBaltlmQre
Baltimore is that it is too far fa r eastloo eastloodistant east too toodistant toodistant
distant from the center of OCIKJpulation OCIKJpulationBut population populationI
I But that is offset by b the Baltimore ad adherents adherents adherents ¬
herents claim that Baltimore is oneof oneofthe oneofthe oneofthe
the cheapest cities in the country to tovisit toY tovisit
visit Y stt and the expense of a long rail railroad railroad railroad ¬
road journey is thereby partially reduced re reduced reduced
Band of Saratoga MenIf Men MenIf MenU
If the grand rand lodge convention conventionof of o 1903 1908doesnt 1903doesnt 1903doesnt
doesnt go o to Saratoga Springs it wontbe wont wontbe wop t tbe
be because the Saratoga delegation delegationdidnt d delegationdidnt le ation ationdidnt
didnt make an honest earnest earn st effort effortto Ptorlto effortto
to capture it it Dr George T Church Churchpast Cbufthpast Chutchpast
past exalted e lled ruler of Saratoga Nu To u 161 161heads 161heads 161heads
heads the rooters from that famous famouscity fanloucil famouscity
city cil With him are Superintendent gu rintend tt of ofPublic ofPuhliC ofPublic
Public Instruction Thomas R Kneill KneillV KneillW
W V L Thompson secretary seretar or the thelodge thelodge thelodge
lodge Judge W J Delaney Delanean9 andWH andWHllam and Wit Wit11am ViflIam
lIam B Milliman a a wealthy lumber lumberman lumberman umberman ¬
man of Saratoga SaratogaWe SaratogaVe SaratogaWe
We think we are entitled to theconvention the theconvention he heconvention
convention in 1903 for a number of rea reasons reasons reasons ¬
sons said Dr Church last night I In Inthe Inthe n nthe
the first place the meeting meetinshollld should be beheld tieI beheld
held in the east next year ear Second SecondSaratoga S SecondSaratoga cond condSaratobel
I Saratoga has unlimited hotel b teI capacity capacitythus cap capacitythus cit citI
thus insuring absolute comfort comf rt to all allwho allwho allwho
I who attend Third we abaohitely ab olut lyguar lyguarantee guarantee guar guarantee ¬
antee that there will be no advance adanceln adancelnhotel in inhotel inhotel
hotel rates Fourth we weguarantte guarantee as aslow asJO aslow
low JO a railroad rate as any other eastern easterncity easterncit3 aslerncity
city can secure secureDr secureDr secureDr
Dr Church said last l < st c ev nloj p pg 1 > thatsince that thatsince t tslnee
since arriving arrhinSin in the city Ijjsclelepatjdh Ijjsclelepatjdhhad his delF3tb1 delF3tb1had e U f fhadrecehed
had hadrecehed received much encoutagEmept euco et etthat SO SOthat gothat
that the outlook ajraearedfECVpfaljIe appeared wt4blt
G Government vernment Geological Surveys ReportnMuch ReportMuchCopper Report ReportnMuchCopper Much MuchCopper
Copper Produced From Lowgrade Ores OresProduction OresProducU OresProduction
Production ProducU n in Idaho Light Compared With Previous Records of the theState theStateWyoming theStateWyoming
State StateWyoming Wyoming Mines
Special to The Herald HeraldTTTASHINGTON Herald7ASHINGTON
TTTASHINGTON ASHINGTON Aug 10 10The The cop copyy copper I
WperproduC yy per per production On of Utah Utah in 1901 1301vas 1901was 1901teas
teas vas the greatest reatest ever reported in inany inanyone inany
any anyone one year 8r for that state being 20 i0 0
116979 1169 9 pounds as against 18354726pounds 1S35472S 1S35472Spounds 18351726poupds
pounds in 1900 and 9554746 pounds the theyear ther theyear
year r preceding precedingThese precedingThese precedingThese
These are the figures given out by bythe bythe bythe
the V geological survey Formerly the thegreater theTeatcr thegreater
greater part of the copper produced In InUtah inUtah InUtah
Utah was derived from the ores treat treated treated treatedV ¬
ed by thelocal the local smelters and those of ofColorado otColorado ofColorado
Colorado but b t now considerable considerab1eand a and in increasing increasing increasing ¬
creasing quantities are obtained from fromlow fromlow
low 10 grade copper ores which however how however howeyer ¬
ever carry also the precious metals metalsThe metalsThe metalsThe
The current year ear will witness a a fur further further further ¬
ther increase in rease in the yield yieldThe yieldTher leJd leJdThe
The Ther report n port of the Utah ConsolidatedGold Consolidated ConsolidatedGold ConsoUdatedGold
Gold company cbmpa 1 limited of London Londonw3iidij Londonhicl1
1 w3iidij hicl1 tn t Awns > wns practically prac tlcal1y all the tho thoc c stock stockpany st stockbf3he oCk oCkOcth
bf3he Octh g ghlandBOyGotdMiningcgm ghlandBOyGotdMiningcgmpatty and BQrG ld1inlng eQtR eQtRpany
pany of Utah Utahshone shojy sho dividends on the thestock th thsto thestock
stock sto k of that company companof of 163195 The TheHighland TheHlghl TheHighland
Highland Hlghl nd Boy Bo produced 116343 tons of ofore ofgre ofore
ore and the accounts show l59S362 l59S362from 1598362from 15983622from
from the sales of metal and 5344J552 5344J552increase 3H85ZIncrease 344852Increase
increase of stock on hand handThe handThe handThe
The sales were 14782 ounces of goldfor gold goldfor old oldfor
for 295645 240880 ounces of silver for I
127157 12 15i 7123197 pounds of copper for forfl596703
fl596703 15 60 while the clear profit re reported re110rte reported
ported was 62345 53481When 481 481hen 1 1When
When hen the price of copper declined in inDecember in inDecember inDecember
December 1901 the company had ap approximately approximatel approximately ¬
proximately 1500000 pounds of refined refinedcopper refinedopper refinedcopper
copper on hand and 2500000 pounds in intransit intransi intransit
transit and in process of refining refiningSmelting reftnlngSinelting refiningSmelting
Smelting Plant in Operation OperationThe Operationhegmeltlng
The hegmeltlng smelting plant which went into intooperation intooperation intooperation
operation Feb 1 1901 handled 167823 167823tons 16i83tons 167523tons
tons of Highland Boy Bo ore which yield yielded yielded yielded ¬
ed 13983 ounces of f gold 176331 ounces ouncesof ouncesof ouncesof
of silver and 9043967 pounds of copper copperThe copperThe copperThe
The company also treated 1651 1651tons 1651tons 1651tons
tons of matte matteo of the Bingham Copper CopperGold Copp CopperGold r rGold
Gold Mining company which yielded Ielded
2931 ounces of gold 100068 ounces of ofsilver ofsller ofsilver
silver and 1041801 1041801pounds pounds of copper copperDuring copperDuring copperDuring
During the year ear the company ac acquired acquired acquired ¬
quired the Yampa Extension the Keepapitchinin Keep Keepapitchinin Keppapitchl
apitchinin apitchl ln and the Rattlesnake claims claimsinto claimsinto claimsinto
into which the principal ore body work workextends workextends workextends
extends extendsThe extendsThe extendsThe
The Bingham Consolidated Mining MiningSmelting MininglI1elt1m Miningfelting
Smelting lI1elt1m company has been active indeveloping in indeveloping Ind
developing d eloping its mines and completing completingits
its smelter at Jordan JordanThe JordanThe JordanTht
The Dalton Lark railroad connect connecting connectJns connecting ¬
ing the mines with the lh Rio Grande Grandei GrandeVestern GrandeWestern
i Western railroad on Which hich the smelter smelteris melteris
is located was was completed in the thespring thespringof spring springof
of 1902 1902I 190 190Two 1902Two
I Two of the blast furnaces were in Inoperation inoperation I Ioperation
operation in 1901 1 01 a large part of the theFOURTEENTH theFOURTEENTH theSEE
THlkesbarre Pa Aug Au 10 toThe The four fourieenth f COlr1 COlr1tee
teenth tee 1th week eek of the anthracite miners minersstrike minersstrike
strike will begin tomorrow President PresidentMitchell PresidentUtchel1 Presidentlltchell I
Mitchell Is authority for the statement statementmade statementmade statementmade
made today that the strikers are In good goodshape goodshpc goodshape
shape Contributions to the relief fund fundarc fundare
are coming in from many quarters now notvand no noand nowand I
and the th dissatisfaction dIs atisfacttn which was at first firstevinced firstcblced firstevinced
evinced over the distribution has now nowdisappeared nowdisappeared
disappeared and the th strikers have set settled settled settled ¬ I
tled down own to what they the believe will be bea bea bea
a a much longer siege sIel = c than was at first firstanticipated firstantllated firstantleinated
anticipated anticipatedWhile antllatedhile antleinatedvhile
While hile the strike leaders arc inclined to tothrow tothrow tothrow
throw cold water on all reports that an anattempt anaUImpt anattempt
attempt may ma be made to resume mining miningat mlnln mlnlnat
at an early day da in the Wyoming region regionit
it would not be at all surprising SUt > rlsing should shouldone shouldrt shouldone
one or two mines s In this section be bestarted bestarted I IThe
started rt this week weekThe weekThe
The same ame story has been told for weeks weeksnast weekspast I
past but there Is a well 111 a areport authenticated authenticatedreport authenticatedreDort
report in circulation tonight that the Lehigh Le Lehigh
high Wilkesnarre company may ma start startwork startwork startwork
work at its AVanatnie Yan mfc colliery some day daythis daythis daythis
this week weekAt weekAt
At the office C of the company how however however ¬
k na t I Ianlnrormatlon
ever those in charge b refuse ef to give oat oatanyMnformation outam
anyMnformation anyMnformationA information informationA
am A general eneral review of the whole hole strike strikeregion strikere strikeregion I
region lon shows that unless the operators operatorsin over or oran
break the tl1 ranks of the strikers by bylartlnst b bfitHrtln bystarting
can in
there the theten therntn themen
starting fitHrtln a colliery col1le here and
men ten will be incliner to remain out for forsome forr forsome
some r < > time vet TetThe vetThe t
The h amount of relief to be distributed distributedwill distributedwill Istrlbutednr
will nr not satisfy atlsb all but the miners seem seemtobe seemtobe eem eemo
In Inthat Inthat Inthat
make some sacrifices s nfie5
tobe o 1 > < willing nlin to
that direction in the honethey hope that eventually eventuallythey eentualltheY
they will winTO win winTO winTO
Board oard to Witness Tests of WirelessTelegraph WirelessTelegraph Wireless WirelessTelegraph
Telegraph Systems SystemsWashington SystemsWashington SystemsWashington
Washington Aug I0Acttffg 10ActftrgSeeretaJT 10ActftrgSeeretaJTof l0 Acttflg Secretary Secretaryof
of the Navy Darling has appointed the theboard theboard theboard
board which Is to witness and report reportupon re1 reportupon rt rtupon
upon the tests of the various adou > wireless tel telegraph tt1eTaph teleraph ¬
egraph systems brought from Europe E > TopE by byLieutenant bYLlE byLieutenant
Lieutenant LlE tenant Hudeins Hud lns and which arc to be beplaced heplaced beplaced
placed in operation o ratlon for experimental pnr purposes pnrcb pnrbeteen
cb poses s between here and Annapolis AnnapolisThe AnnapolisTh AnnapolisThe
The Th board will ill consist of Captaip Harry HarryKnox HaIlTKnox HarryKnox
Knox now no on duty dut at the Newport war warcollege warc warcblipge
college c ll c Commander G L 1 Dyer who is ison t ton fson
on duty at the 1h Annapolis = naval academy academyLieutenant academyLleutfna1t academyLieutena
Lieutenant t Commander William S Hogg Hoggand Hoggwho Hoggwho
who 15 on dllt duty at the Washington asbii1ton na naard navy navyyard >
yard ard apd d Lieutenants Albert M 1 BeeCher BeeChernd Beecherand
and nd John > r Hudgins Hudginswhl who are attached attachedto atla hed hedtothe
to tothe the bureau of eanisment eeuL ment mentL
j jJ
matte produced going to the Highland HighlandBoy HighlandBoy HIghlandBoy
Boy converting plant plantIn plantIn plantIn
In May 1902 the Bingham Bln ham company companycompleted companycompleted companycompleted
completed Its < own o n converter and the thethird thetliird thethird
third blast furnace was started startedThis ItartcdThis startedThis
This is to be b followed f0110wed by a a fourth fourthwhich fourthwhich fourthwhleh
which will bring hrln the capacity up to toSoo toS00
800 or 1000 tons per day da The smelterwill smelter smelterwin smelteriIl
win iIl do custom work also The plans plansInclude plansinclude plansInclude
Include the erection also of lead fur furnaces furnaces furnaces ¬
naces some of the mines yielding lead leadand leadand leadand
and silver ores oresThe oresThe oresThe
The United States Mining companywhich company companywhich companywhich
which controls the CentennialEureka CentennialEurekaand
and other mining minin properties is build building buildIngat building ¬
ing Ingat at Murray 1IIurra Utah a smelting sm 1ling plant plantof
of six furnaces with an estimated e ca capacity capacity ¬
pacity paclt of 850 tons of ore per day dayIt dayIt dayIt
It Is also to be equipped with converters con converters converters ¬
verters It Is not likely HklI > that theseworks these theseworks theEeOrks
works Orks will Hl be in operation until well wellinto wellinto
into the fall of 1302 1302Production 190 190Production 1902Production
Production Production of offi Tdano TdanoThe Tdaho TdahoThe i 1o 1ocpper
The copper copper production pro uc on aifcJ4ahp Idahji 4iihp In n
1301 1 < < 101 was 480511 pounds as compared comparedwith corrinaredwith oninaredwith
with 290162 2901 pounds in 1 1900 00 but muchless much muchless
less than 1899 1S9 when 1266920 1 669 pounds poundswerereported poundswere poundswere I
werereported werereportedThe were reported reportedThe r Dort d I
The mines of the Seven SpenDeils Devils dis district distrit disinlet ¬
inlet oT Idaho Id ho have has shipped some high highgrade highgrade I Igrade
grade ores to distant smelters smeltersThe smeltersThe t tThe
The development of the district is isprogressing Isprogressing I Iprogressing
progressing but production on a large largescale largescale I Iscal
scale scal cannot be expected until the theBoston I IBoston IBoston
Boston Seven Devils Copper companyhas company companyhas
has completed the smeltingplant now nowunder nolunderconstructlonnear nonunder I
under underconstructlonnear constructionnear IVeiser Weiser on the theOregon theOregon theOregon
Oregon Railway Navigation rail railroad railroad railroad ¬
road and until the Pacific Idaho IdahoNorthern IdahoNorthern IdahoNorthern
Northern railroad completed to Coun Council CouniiI Council ¬
cil is carried fortyfive fort > fte miles further furtherto
to Landore its terminus for the mine mineThe minThe mineThe
The White hlte Knob Copper company companyat c companyat mpan mpanat
at Mackey Custer county count Idaho hasbeen has hasbeen basbeen
been developing copper mines and is isbuilding Isbuilding isbuilding
building two 300ton furnaces whichwill whichwill which vhlehwill
will be producing during the last half halfof haUof halfof
of 1902 at the ra rate te of 1000000 pounds poundsper poundsper
per month monthThe monthThe monthThe I
The copper output of Wyoming oming was wasless wasless wasless
less in 1901 than In the two preceding precedingyears precedingears precedingyears
years ears In 1899 it was 3104827 pounds poundsin
in 1900i 1901 4203776 pounds and in 1901 but
2698712 698 12 pounds The Grand Encamp Encampment Encampment Encampment ¬
ment district of Wyoming omlng has contin continued continul continued ¬
ued ul > d to depend during 1901 on the ship shipment shlpmpnt shipment ¬
ment of rich ores to distant works the theChicago thehlcago therhicago
Chicago Copper Refining company atBlue at atBlue atBlue
Blue Island Ills treating the greater greaterpart graterpart greaterpart
part of o them In January 1902 100 how however howeer however ¬
ever the smelting works of the Boston BostonWyoming BostonYoming BostonWyoming
Wyoming Smelting Power Light Lightcompany Lightcompan Lightcompany
it itlias itlIas itbas
company was started Since then
lias been b ln consolidated with the Ferris FerrisHaggerty FerrisHaggert FerrisHaggerty
Haggerty mining property under the thetitle thetitIc thetitle
title of the Northern Consolidated Cop Copper Coper Copper ¬
per er companyPOLICEMAN company companyPOLICEMAN companPOLICEMAN
Joplin Mo o Aug Ug 10 10At At Webb City Citya
a mining min ns town two miles from here hereearly heread hereearly
early ad this morning City lty Marshal Rich Richwas Richwas Richteas
was shot and killed km d by Joe Gideon who whowas whowas whou
was u as then killed b by a policeman The Theofficers Theoflicers Theofficers
officers were ere trying trln to arrest Gideon Gideonand Gideonand Gideonand
and his hi3brother brother Jim After the shoot shooting shootng shooting ¬
ing ng Jim was hurried to the police sta station station station ¬
tion to prevent violence a mob gath gatheringquickly satherlng gatheringquickly ¬
eringquickly eringquicklySHOW erlng quickl1
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+ 4 Special to The Herald HeraldPocatello HeraldPocatello + I
+ 4 Pocatello Ida Aug 10 10Train 10Trainmen Train +
4 4 men on the passenger arriving arrilngtrom arrivingf + f I If
+ f from the north atnoon at noon today todayre todayreported re + f fported
+ ported the body bod of a man lying lylngb + f
4 4 beside b side the tracks about two twomiles + 4
4 4 miles north of the town The Thecoroner 4 + 4
4 4 coroner sent out and brought in inthe +
4 4 the remains remafnsI 4 +
4 4 A I letter Jett z on 9n the body bod was ad address adi +
4 i dressed dress d to Buster Bu t r Price McCook IcCookeb 44Neb +
4Neb + 4 Neb eb care Ringlings show The Theletter +
4 4 letter was as dated at Milwaukee nrwaukeeTul 4 4
4 9 July Tul 23 3 and was signed Nellie eme emeStone +
4 4 Stone The man il1an was undoubtedly undoubtedlya +
4 + + a show s1l employe and probably probablyfeU >
4 fell or was thrown from one of ofthe + f
4 + 4 the flinging cars earg which passed passedthrough + 4 +
4 + 4 through here h re at midnight last lastnlgnt 4 +
4 + 4 night on on the th way way ay to Boise Boi 4
4 4 There were several severe bad concus concussions + 4
4 4 + sions on the mans head ht > ad His HIS HISback 4 +
4 + 4 back was broken br ke and the body bodywas +
4 4 was badly bruised bruisedQUE bruisedt 4 4QUEEN +
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Spa Belgium B I it1m Aug ug 10 10Serious Serious rumors rumorsare rumorsare rumorsare
are In circulation that the attack of o heart hearttrouble hrarttroubl hearttrouble
trouble from which Marie Henriette Henriettequeen Henrl Henrlettequeen tt ttqueen
queen of the Belgians Is suffering Is Isdangerous isdamerou isdangerous
dangerous but at a late hour tonight tonighther tonighther tonighther
her majesty 5 physician pbr lclao reported that thetueen the theoueen theQueen
Queen had revived and that there was wasno wasno wasno
no cause for anxiety anxietvTQTAL anxi anxietyTQTAL t tTQTALWRECK
Paijs Paqs Aw 1It fr 10 toTbree Three persons s t neie neiesilted ere e I Irestilt
1 silted > lled31fd aqd a dozen 4oorifaJv IDjUred asta astaresult
result of f the th derailing drai1ln of an exwreas extlresatrain exwreastrain Jtjresslrdn
train between bet1eenCnarI Charieville ville and Lilly
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Port au Prince Hayti Aup u 1 Hi The Thepeople Thegeple he hepeople
people of Petit Goava to thewest U the e west of ofhere o ohere ofere
here ere are in great reat distress a aM ad d base baseeked ha A1I8asked a aasked
asked for assistance assistanceIt
It was reported from POrt au Prince Pritieelug Prln PrinceUJ e eAuc
Auc lug UJ 6 that further c goreaetenk < yrefain iit relit relMvforr reJlrfoJtmM1h relitnrcements
forr foJtmM1h ments had started startf4fOrFettt for Petit GM GMtn Goatee GoateeC am amto
to C aid a1 the government forces beaten thereiy there thereby tberby
by iy the revolutionists

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