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THE IHEGOAL COAL BARONS WOULD WOULDNOT WOULDNOT I INOT
NOT TALK OF COMPROMISE COMPROMISEMeeting
Meeting Called by President Roosevelt Failed ti tiAccomplish t tAccomplish
Accomplish the Desired Purpose PurposeMiner
I I
Miner and Mine Owner Will Continue the Struggle StruggleFuJI Full Account Accountof Acc unl unlof
of the Days Proceedings ProceedingsI
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + i
4 I mh to tftJI your attention io the fact that there are three threetlarti threeirt + f ft
t wirti aff affrted ftfd < tfd br the th situation in n the anthracite trade tradethe the ope opeTrttr opeth +
4 + Trttr > th miners and nd th tMsenentl Zhe general enerzd public I speak for neither the ope operatnrs opet operttr +
t ratnrs nor the th mln mlnerl tn r but for th the general gener public The questions at issue issueuhih S8Ue S8Uehkh +
4 + uhih vh hkh i M d to the nitufttion aff ftCt et t immediately all parties Mlrtles concorned concornedthe concornedtheOlofrlilnrll concernedthenratre the + f foi
+ oi Olofrlilnrll rntT and Bd tb tM miner but buttJe Ut situation itMlf It lr vitally affects affe ta the pub + 4itr
+ itr 11 As A lone M tbre Imed med to be a a reasonable hope that these mat mattrll rnattr + f ff
+ f trll tr ri mild < ultt b bf adjusted adJuJtt between the parties it did not s seem em proper for + f
4 4 tur 11 t1 t intervene In any an way Wit I disclaim d clalm any an right rl ht or duty dut to inter nter nterrn 4 4rw 4 4tm
> tm rw rn in tht this way upon legal kI grounds It rotrnds unds er upon any official relation that thatI +
4 4 i ikr r to th tM situation but th tM urgency urlen y and the terrible nature of the theralltlltrorM theeaLItrophe + f fritmtrophe
+ ritmtrophe Unm tInmwdItel dJately impending over a large portion or our people peopleIn peopelit + fin
+ in hr h snap sha of a winter fuel famtn Impel Im l me after much anxious anxioustboUght + 4f
9 f thought to f believe that my 1 duty requires requl me to use u whatever influence influenceI + f fi
+ i personally r unaT1y can fl bring to effect a settlement of the situation which whichhill whichht 4 4f +
+ f h hill ht i bronv bC m literally intolerable nterbe I wlah to emphasize the character of off ofthO ofth +
+ thO IIltuatlon and fld to 1Ift7 ey that Its gravity ath Is IUCft that I am constrained constralnedurKntly constrainedutgnfly +
f uncntly to imti int t that t each on one of you realize the heavy burden of otr ofrinnsihIhitY + f frvjiifwHHty
+ rvjiifwHHty r upon up ft him I We are upon the threahold of winter with an anIIlrat anay 4 4f +
+ f IIlrat ay xtting ooal famine the future terrors ot which hleh we can hardly hard1 + f fH
+ H 1 appreriate The he dvll vtl pofwlbUltleB JWWI lblUUeti are 10 > tarreaching so appalling appallingiblt appa1ungthat + f
I + that iblt it cms ms to m J me that you 00 are not only justified in n sinking but re requlr requr4 + 4f
+ f outr qur4 l to link ink for the time being betn any tenacity as to your respective respeotlvedaim respectivee1ams 4
4 + Aftimi daim in th the matter at t tewe between you In my m Judgment the situ situallot situiWon +
+ allot imperatively retire that you meet upon the oommon plane of otth ofthe + f ff
With all the earnestness that there Is Isf IsIn IsIn +
+ f the th ncH n neeiMtie a1tiflS ltie of the public
+ f in me I wit JIlt that th thore < < re e bt b a immediate resumption re umpUon of operations in the thecoal + f
4 coal min mints in t some > uek H way ay as a will without a days unnecessary de dela delay + 4f
+ f lay la JI met t th the erylnit ne needs ds of the people J > ple pleI + f
+ 1 I do not Invite a dtocwwton n of your respective r claims and positions positionsration poslUonsI +
+ I 1ItPfal to your patriotism to the spJrtt that Inks personal Qonsld QonsldlraUOIWI +
+ lraUOIWI ration and make individual sacrifices for the general good goodPresl goodPresldint Preal + f
+ d dint nt Roosevelt +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
TY IT rr ASHINGTON Oct 3 IThe The great greatprwjd greatV greatiV
the theflre th thpre4dnt
iV V coal cMCeteMt between
prwjd flre pre4dnt Jdnt nt and representatives of ofic Ofii
ii ic 11 operators and miner eame to an anend annd
end nd 4 at the temporary White Howe HowefirIng HOUMldnl Houefttng
firIng Laf Lafayette y e square at 4 415 4I oclock oclocktills oclocktlI
tills tlI afternoon with a failure to reach reachan
an ar agreement 8rrtf > ment And apparently appar fttly the rock rockurn rockUflOn rockton
urn which the conference split was wasth wasthf wasthe
th the recognition r ocnltlon of the miners union unionnh unloftl unionlip
nh l he president dent had urged url the contend contending eon contendIng tend tendInc ¬
ing parti parties to cease strife in the In IntfreMB Intltltl IntrrtE
tfreMB of the th puMte Ue welfare w Jtare the mln mlnew mlnfI11 mm mmers
ew through the president of 0 their theirunion theirunion theirlon
union lon bad expressed exre ed a willingness to tosubmit toEubroit toaubnit
submit th the difference to an arbitration arbitrationtribunal arbitrationtribunal arbitrationtnbunal
tribunal to be named by the president presidenttnl pre fdent
tnl to t eater into an agreement to tofctude tollde totiude
fctude llde by term ftxsd x ed l by the arbl arbtratIen arbtratIenfr ration rationfor ratl9ntor
for a period of l A m one to five IIYCrd yearn yearnand yeantId
and tId the employer through tb o4Igh the th preai preaia prestJrOt
j JrOt n t the ther rWj4 91W 91WIrominent
a r jromiiwu independent Ina rnwe op ora orat opera operat
t 1 had squarely refused ret d arbitration arbitrationIisi
Lu Uewunttd doun < 4 the miners labor or orkaiuziitlnn OrflIlzaUon oriiztk
kaiuziitlnn iiztk as il a 1 lawless Iwi and anarchistic anarchisticWUy anarchisticloJ anarchisticwith
WUy loJ with whloh they could and would wouldlute wouldno
lute no dealings had demanded d fed fedrai fedrL
rai 11 troop to tt > ensure complete protec protectn prot prottn protoctn
tn to workers and their families in intV Intk Innuntng
tV mining region and court proceed proceedtgs proceedUgs proceediigs
tgs Maiiuit ail1t the miners union and andLai andL1 anduffreti
Lai offered utr < r It the men returned to tov totk toS
v S tk u to submit grievances Irlevan at indivl indivlUiil IndIJ indhICt4
< Uiil J > t Iliriea > to the decision of the theludets theJgs theof
ludets Jgs of the court of common pleas pleasf pllMUlrr pleasfr
f rr > r the district of Pennsylvania in inluch Inllh Inkh
luch llh the colliery colU was located There Theretiif Thereth
th t tiif matttr closed Tonight both the therunrr1 ther ther1nrs
runrr1 r mrrl and the operators are still In Intlip Int intI
tlip t tI II city tty but tomorrow they will re retarn retJn retn
tarn tu their several localities each eachsaying eachflInlt eachtv1ng
saying at a late hour that the struggle strugglev
v ill j continue continueA
A Remarkable Meeting MeetingIt
It WM W u 4 remarkable chapter in the ther
r nomh IOTI4 olni history of th tM country that thatpia thatwrlttt thatt
pia t M written wrlttt today For or the nrst time timefreaidtnt timeIi timelrstdtnt
Ii freaidtnt of the republic had inter interntd InterFUld intero4
FUld > ntd directly between tWft the great forces forcescapital torcesilpltal forcesaLpt8l
capital and labor in i an effort to toIert toI torrL
Iert I rrL rt what he himself regarded as a aA aI aIt
A I it national cwlamrty cllamtt The rw rwtx rMn rMnIIC ree1
tx 1 trv 11 bring the principals In the grut grututro r ruat ruatrurs at at11rOI
utro rurs rrty < Tly tat to face with the whole wholeL wholeIttr hole holeLIIIHry
L LIIIHry untry Ittr rgrry griy < < rly intent and watchful of ofI othtr
I htr ir doinss Tohnlcally the Issues
I iwen sn thf th two great forces stand as asy asy asdtt
y di dllll dtt i t > erorf rorp th the pr president ld nt summoned
t > rer rpI ifcnt4tuva of fl the contending
f f 4 r < v 5 f t th
national nal ionallapltal capital and for forf fortIp
f I tins tIp hl hiM ovn 1 afl n acute suffer aureerhtg Inp be bef
f f lIht sht tit thm r for r love 10 of C the great greatiMtiry grealII1Iy great11157
iMtiry II1Iy Khrm they lbe dwelt d ll and out outf outjlt
f jlt Ify It for til rt h i < ountle untleM throng of suf sufnug surTIII suft
nug TIII t jHHr r i III ajuat tj their differences
rrl I ark rk tK tll tithpr thr t In peace Jl ce ft for > r the theaf theIIUM theeanr
IIUM llfitl PgI What W It anything will willll
af ll i f hm I I th t h ha conference eont to for the
i Iflln eflr l r future itr T Today < vtay the views V wtI of oftj C CV
t II V i j In j tj the treat industrial
fMigKi f m II < < I I vr r so If extreme fxtn and wide wideM
r itt M thr ii IT thr
was no middle ground groundr
r rIIAthl tth hif HIM 1 s 110 the conference CAme cameI
f an n ni i j ujrhout II ir hout
I any ny agreement leeftMnt for torThe rorI
I n The conference had
> t1 1 i MX hmrs hl1 iur rs including tnehtcllla < < a reee ree recess of ofJtv othul ofh
Jtv hiim hul h htv hlwffn n the morning and andr
r r s v > < ion taken to enable the them theraton
S m i raton to prepare pare writ wrltI
i 1 I > to j the th preaMents pr8 IIdents appeal appealStrujfRle apP9lLIStrugglf appaIStruggle
Struggle Will Continue ContinueIm
Th h Im 1 > p part parties rtje to the struggle strugglet
T1 V t M 11 I
J ntinuft an heretofore heretoforeuse
r dt IIIs IH use th tht he > admlniatration will willorator m
1 U I ton flu Is 5 prepared to ray raymrtors 1
r h orator a as he left the thev
t I r a akM lted r regardtn < < ardlfttC this thei i I
J a
r v > if anyone knows what whatdo what Whatri
r 11 ill do next < ct 1 that ta more moren
11 1 ilUII ilUIIr ri
r n 1 IItIt I inolndlmf I mnIu4izm the president prMidentMI
t n MI II snd < nd story oy front room IOO roomT
II ril T dry Wh WIIte r Houne u dur1 durhsu during
I 1 I u conference on PrecMent PrecMentl PreeIdsthc t tr
r l thre hc of his district lead leadr leadnkol
r nti the miners JIll aw aJNI five liven
i n md nd one OT lndep Independent ndeiit mine mineMI
ril 1 MI Ii employers With the ther
1 r Hv r rr Attorney General enr Knox Knoxr
> > r rtf Labor Wright and andL andnt andE
L E nt JV 0 rtlyou lyott All the cabinet tlnettArney abI t tl th
l h tit tArney tnrn y f general nu k kept pt aloof al ol olt
t r Iht tr T lontfr onferenee nf ence but between tween the theiin thet theJnHn
t JnHn n I Itnd > afterward iin ru lleY several TVr < < ralot Ol OlsMnf of
II rr sMnf I lnt ng adviaers adV NtS called upon uponk
1 t
tn
t k over ov the situation situationlK
f tn lK thE he h ll l entrance Rf are > ce the president nt ntf nttlltd
bid TO 1 both sides altl with
f f < th the great great1JSakn reat
aJrni > ili ImmecUalel Immediately alterlts alterltsl after its itsI itsIt
< lI nlnt It his physicians
l I t Surgeon SurKOI1r
I r t Xf xcy and Dr Lung insisted IItedr
V r 1JSakn 11 an examination of his hisin hisud
ud l l i I redressing It
r Appurwuiy Apparently Apparentlye
in
e tl n t had resulted from the ther I
p r J tm rnnt m of f the th day awl after a altor altort later laterI
t It II Itdlwk I k Dr Lung announced announcedjrraiaenfa announeadrldents
jrraiaenfa condition was sat satt t 1
1 fltof ton tonIfh y i i it
t wi Ifh flve minutes of 5 oetock when whenri whenC hen henr henonrtnee
r C ri onrtnee rnne endfd lMltd The operators
T
C l 111 L n auirl Blair tItair and held a brIef brlaffor brIefp
I I tln p and tlf then let loft In thor their theirp
for thrtr train were I
tt p thr trin re they l theyho
l ho 0 ma 1 n tn U mNr m J hr furnished o of iwwafwib nW newspe copies 1 men m of the to toJ
cope
statements statement they had made to the presi president president president ¬
dent dentStipulating dentStpulaUng dentStipulating
Stipulating StpulaUng that they should not be bequoteo beuote bequotes
quotes uote they talked freely of the con conference conterence contorenee ¬
terence Several of them declared the theInterference theIt theInterference
Interference It rerene of the president had re resulted resuied resulte4 ¬
sulted suied in retarding rather than thln for forwarding torwarding forwarding ¬
warding the settlement settement They The assert asserted asserted asserted ¬
ed that tha no progress bad been made madeand madeand madeand
and said sId they would return to continue continuethe contnue contnuethe continuethe
the contest cntest They declare that the sit sltuatin si sitatI1
uatin uat was most serious as to coal coalsupply coalBUPPIY coalsupply
supply but said that tht the coal would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be furnished to the tht public publc and that if ifgiven Ifsiwen Ifgiuen
given protection protecton they t ey could get men mento mento mento
to mine coal t at least leat 70 per cent centof centot centof
of the mines capacity capaciy They declared declaredthere declaredthere declaredthere
there would be no compromise cmpromise and andthat andthat andthat
that the strike would ould continue until untilthe untilthe
contnue
the miners succumbed sucoubed They asserted assertedtheir assertedter assertedtheir
their ter determination determinaton to make makeo jmo o con concessions cn cnc conceslons ¬
cessions c lons further than tha the offers otcr already alreadymade alrady alradyJade alreadymade
made madeThe Jade madeThe
The operators opeators will wU leave lQve in the early earlyesl earlydly earlyreal
dly real realNew esl eslNew
nJles nJlesr
r Sd le tt to J JNew
New York by 9 oclock Saturday SaturdayDuring SaturdayDurin saturdayDuring
During Durin the evening eening President Preient Mitch Mitchell Mltchel Mitcheli ¬
ell el of the Mine Workers Worker union dic dictated dictAted dietated ¬
tated a a formal toeal statement sttement concerning concerningthe
the proceedings procedings of the theconterenc conference and andits ad adIts andits
its results reuls In which he announced annouced thatthe that thatthe thatthe
the strike would continue contnue as a a result resultof
of the failure or the conference Fol Following Following Following ¬
statement lowing Is the text of Mr Mitchells Mitchellsstatement MlcheUs MlcheUsstatement Mitchellsstatement
The Two To Sessions SessionsAt Sessions SessionsAt
At the morning session sesion of the th con canterencc conference
I ference between the mine operators operator and andthe andthe
1 the committee commitee representIng representng the miners minersPresident mners mnersPrldent minersPresident
President Roosevelt outlined the
Roosevel outned pur purpose purpose purpose ¬
pose for which he had called the te op operators oportor oporators ¬
orators ortor and the miners miner together After Afterthe Afterthe Afterthe
the president Concluded 1oncluded his statement statementthe sttement sttementthe
the miners Jfners at once proposed to refer referthe yeferthe eter eterthe
the questions questons and Issues of the coal coalstrike coal8trlkc coalstrike
strike to the president for adjustment adjustmentbut
but this proposition prpositon wasAfterward re rejected rejeted mejected ¬
jected jeted by the operators operatorsAt
At the afternoon session the miners minerssubmitted minerssubmite minerssubmitted
submitted submite a formal statement of their theirproposition theirpropolUon theirproposition
proposition propolUon To this proposition proposllon each eachof eacl eac2 eac2of
of the operators oprtors read a reply in which whichthey whichthey whichthey
they refused retua to accept the service serice of ofPresident otPr ofPrpeident
President Pr ldent Roosevelt or a tribunal to be beappointed beappointe beappointed
appointed appointe by him to determine the Is Issue issue
i sue of the he strike and in each of their theirstatements theirstatements theIrstatements
statements they indulged Indulge In a perfect perfecttirade pertecttrde perfecttirade
tirade trde of abuse abus of the miners organ organisation organIzation ¬
orgn orgnluton
isation luton and Us Is effects It I was evident evidentto
to the miners representatives representatves that the thecoal thecol thecoal
coal col operators were without wihout regard for tortheIr fortheIr
their former employes and of
the pub public publie ¬
lie le which is suffering suterlng so much tJe for the thelack thelaek thelack
lack of fuel fuelAn tuel fuelAs
As a n consequence consuence of this refusal retuS1 qf qfthe qtthe qfthe
the operators cither eiher to grant conces concessions conce concesCions ¬
sions or to refer to individual Indlldual arbitra arbitration arbira arbiraton arbitration ¬
tion ton the coal strike will w1 go on I am amflrmly amfrmly amfirmly
firmly frmly convinced that the miners miner will willwin wi willwin
win although alhough we deeply regret the te re refusal refusal ¬
fusal tusl of the railroad rUrod presidents to de defer deCer defer ¬
fer to the thf wishes of the chief chef executive executiveof cecutve cecutveo
of o the United States StatesThe StatesTh8 StatesThe
The president expressed expresed the hope hopethat hopethat hopethat
that there would be no lawlessness lawlesnes in inthe inthe Inthe
the coal ol fields fels and the representatives representativesof representatves representatvesot
of the miners assured asure him that their theirevery theIreve theirevery
every eve effort would be exerted to main maintln maintam
Uin tln tam peace peaceMerits peee peaceIterits
peeeMert Merits Mert Not Considered ConsideredIn
In reply to questions quetons Mr Ir Mitchell Mitchellsaw Mlch MItchllsaid l
saw sk that the president had had said sId rioth riothing roth rothing miothIng
ing in I reply to the proposition propoiion of the theminers theminr theminers
miners minr to submit the question queston to arbi arbitration arbitration ¬ I
tration trtln but bt he added Adde that their offer offerwas oter oterwa offerwas
was wa in the line lne of the presidents sug suggestion suggeton suggestlon ¬
gestion geton for an Immediate Immeiate settlement settemenl settlementof
of 0 the dispute dispte He also als said sId that the themerits i
merits merts of the strike had not been en entere entereti
tered tere upon upn at any length as all were werefamiliar werefamiliar I
familiar with wih the questions questons at issue issueReferring Jsue JsueReterrng IssueReferring
Referring Reterrng to the manner of conduct conducting conluctin conIuctbig ¬
big in the tht strike stke In the future he said sid he hethought hethoht hethought
thought thoht it would proceed hereafter hereafterabout hereater hereaterabt hereafterabout
about abt as it had proceeded proeede in the past pastDeep Plt PltDep pastDeep
Deep Dep interest Intrt was wa manifested manlteste in the theconference theefrel theconference
conference efrel on Of the part Prt of the public publicThe publicThe
The h sidewalks 8td alk and street in front tont of the thetemporary thetemprry thetemporary
temporary temprry White hl House were thronged throngedwith throngedwith
with wih people pple who wh anxiously anxously awaited awaie the theremilt th thtult theresult
result tult Newspaper Nespptr men t > n lined lned either eithersWe eiher eiherM eitherMdc
sWe M of the th entrance ntrn e to the White WhiteHouse WhiteHouse Vhle Vhlelou
House lou from Its Is doors to the street streetThere street streetThere
There Th re was ws a distinct distnct expression eprsion of ofdisappointment ordisppintmnt ofdisappointment
disappointment disppintmnt In the crowd when it itbecame Itbecme itbecame
became becme known that tha the conference had hadbeen hadben hadbeen
been ben unsuccessful unsucc8Cul and no agreement agreementhad
had been ben reached reachedRoosevelt rece reachedRoosevelt
Roosevelt Roosevel Was Silent SilentAt Sient SIlentAt
At the White House an Associated AssociatedPress AssociatedPes AssociatedPress
Press Pes reporter reprter endeavored endtvore to get an anauthoritative anauthoritative
authoritative authoriatve statement giving the theviews theiews the1ews
views of 0 the president preshltnt upon upn the pro proceedings pr procesdings ¬
ceedings cel ls and an result rsul of the conference conferenceAn conferenceAn
An An official etdal statement giving a steno stenographic stenogrhlc stenographic ¬
graphic grhlc report rprt of the formal statements statementsand statementsaJd
and aJd proceedings predings were made public pubUc but butannouncement butannoun butannouncement
announcement announ ment was wa made that the pres presJdent presIdet presIdeut
Jdent Idet had no comment to make there thereon tereon ¬
on onThe The DlI suggestion sugR ston wan made In adminis administration admlnfstrton adtntnlstration ¬
tration trton clralas elrale though not coming from fromthe frm frmthe fromthe
the president that the result
prdent rsult had been beento ben beento
to arouse aruse and concentrate Qncentrte public p bUc senti sentimant sent sentimont
mont mantOne ment montOn
One On On of the presidents prsidents advisers dvl5er who whoContinued whoContinued
Continued CUued on Pace P U
I itA AW A W ARBITRATIOHBE ARIJITRA TION II hf t DAMNED > r rt J +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
ONE BODY IN THE MINE MINERemains MINERemains MINERemains
Remains of the Other Victims ofthe ofthe
the Black Diamond Disaster DisasterHave DisasterHave DIsasterHave
Have Been Recovered RecoveredBlack ReCOV red redBlack
Black Diamond Dland Wash Oct 3 3The 3Thebdy 3Thebody The Thebody
body bdy of John Creghlno Crshlno is still stl some somewhere somehere somewhere ¬
where here in the te Lawson Lwson mine probably
buried under one of thecaves th ves that thatblock thatblock thatblock
block the main man gangway gngway for hundreds hundredsof
of feet A large lae party Jarty of miners miner is isstill IsslJ Isstill
still slJ searching schng for the remains remainsCreghlno remainLCreghino
Creghlno was wa working in chute 75 His HisJapwas Hispwaound HisiCapwas
Japwas pwaound found in the he chute It is isbelieved i 1shelevd
believed beUev d < that at he ran an Into the gang gangway gnng gnngvay gangway ¬
way and nd was caught by the falling fallingcoal famngcol fallingcoal
coal col The coroners Inquest will not notbe notbe notbe
be held until unt tomorrow The jury jur will willbe wl willbe
be b taken to view the remains this af afternoon attetoon afternoon ¬
ternoon tetoon and may later take a trip trp into
the mine minePeter mInePeter minePeter
Peter Sorenson the engineer at the themine themine themine
mine climbed clear down to the te hot bottom bt bttom hottorn ¬
tom of the slope immediately after ater the theexplosion theexplosfon theexplosion
explosion The distance Is over a a quar quarter quarter quarter ¬
ter of a mile and It i is nearly per perpendicular perpendicular perpendicular ¬
pendicular He repaired raIred the thC5bnal signal sys system system systern ¬
tem and assisted asisted the Injured in Inget Ingettng get getting getting ¬
ting tng out out He and Frank Frnk Allen Alen the theforeman theI theforeman
foreman were wer the first trt men in the themine themine themine
mine SQme of the Injured men started startedto
I to climb clmb up the slope but gave out outbefore outbetore Outbefore
before they tey reached the top They Theywere Th Thwere Theywere
were taken up by the car from where wherethey whereth wherethey
they th y were clinging clnglng to the timbers timbersIDAHO tmb tlmbersIDAHO rs rsIDAHO
IDAHO DEMOCRATS DEMOCRATSSHOW DEMOCRATSSHDWUNITED DEMOCRATSSHOW
SHOW SHDWUNITED UNITED FRONT FRONTSpecial FRONTSlcclal FRONTSpecial
Special Slcclal to toThe Thc HeAild HeAildPocatello HealdPoctelo HeialdPocatello
Pocatello Poctelo Ida Ida Oct Oct 3 3S S P Donnel Donnelly Donnelly onnel onnelly ¬
ly chairman charman of the Democratic Democratc state statecommittee statecommitee stateCommittee
committee commitee is here today in consulta consultation consult consultation ¬
tion ton with wih Joseph Jq eph Hutchlnspn Hutohinson Demo Democrtic Demo Democratic Democratic ¬
cratic crtic candidate cndidate for congress Judge JudgePlenner JUdgFlenrcr JudgeFlenner
Plenner Flenrcr and local Democrats Pemocrt here as asto ast asto
to t the political situation siuaton Mr llr Donnel Donnelly ¬
ly says everything everythlfg looks bright for
Democratic Democratc succe8g succssn s cees lnlhe Jn 1hetnte tate He Heurges le letrges Heurges
urges trges that the only danger Is apathy apathyand apathyand apathyand
and overconfidence oVrconfdence on the part of the
Democrats and Insists on local pre precinct precnct precinct ¬
cinct cnct committees commitees looking loo1lnS carefully cretu1y aft after ar a t tor ¬
er registration and seeing that voters votersare votersare votersare
are at the polls pols on election electon day Mr
Donnelly Donne1y says that tat exWarden ex Warden Arney Arneywhom Arne Arnewhom Arneywhom
whom the Republicans Republcans claim on ac account account acCount ¬
count of petty pety troubles Is In line lne for
Hunt Iunt and the entire entre state ticket tcket He
is I
In Democratic
Democratc headquarters now nowand nowand nowand
and is a most valuable man It I Is his hisearnest hisernest hisearnest
earnest ernest wish that all al friends of his hfssupport hissUPlort hisSupport
support sUPlort the entire 4 4OKLAHOMA state stte ticket ticketOKLAHOMA tcket tcketOKLAHO
OKLAHOMA OKLAHO A FARMERS FARMERSFIGHT FARMERSFIGHT FARMERSFIGHT
FIGHT WITH OFFICERS OFFICERSGuthrIe
GuthrIe Okla lkla Oct 3 aAt At Crescent recent
City Cit an Inland town sixteen miles mies north northwest northwest northwest ¬
west of Guthrle Gutre a fierce fiere battle batt was
fought tought late this evening between the of ¬
ficers feers of the town and four Brown broth brothers brotht brothera ¬
ers > 2at Ma1 I Don > on Bill and d John prominent
t adnb l lAs
farmers and ranchers e of that r vicinity
As a result reul Mel Burgess Bu g another farmer
Is reported rpored dead Mat fat Brown seriously seriouslywounded sfrlously sfrlouslywounded seriouslywounded
wounded and several others injured Injurtd The
Browns Drwns are mountaineers mountaineer from Kentucky Kentuckywho KentuckYwho Kentuckywho
who have resided In this country cuntr since
the opening Trouble Touble has been brewing brewingeee
there for some time originating two twoers twoweeks
weeks eee ago in roch a fight f with I raiiroafl 8g 8gr 8ger grad gradera r
ers er of whom the Denver Enid 6ulf 6ulfcompany Gulf Gultcompn Gulfcompany
company compn has hls 600 6 In that vicinity The
Browns are reported reprt d to have taken sides sideswith sldfswih sideswith
with wih the railroaders rirader thus engendering engenderinga en enderlng enderlnga
a feud betWeen bten them s and the officers officersPROFESSOR occers occersPROFESSOR officerss officersPROFESSOR
PROFESSOR LINFIELD LINFIELDHAS LNFIELD LNFIELDHAS LINFIELDHAS
HAS A CALL TO MONTANA MONTANAButte MONTANABute
Butte Bute Mont Oct Oct 1 3A 3A A special specal to t the
Miner from Bozeman BozemJn Mont font says that at ata ata
a a mcetinz meetn of the executive executve board of the thelessor thestate thestate
state a agricultura rlculural colege college last nwl night Pro Pro Protensor I
lessor csor F B Llnfleld Lnfeld of Logan Lo a Ulab t tab was waselected waselected
elected Iecte agriculturist agriculturst of the experiment experimentstation experimentstation
expriment exprimentstaton
station staton and professor profefor of agriculture agriulure in 1nthe inthe I
the te college cOlege Mr Linfleld Linfeld has seen een serv senn ¬
ice In I ige igec the Minnesota e experimental e al sta station stalion ¬
lion n and comes c here ef after nine years yearsspent yearsspent
spent 8 nt in Utah in charge chare of the United
States experiment station staton 1 there thereEARTHQUAKE thereEARTHQUAB
EARTHQUAKE ERTHQU IN I ITALY ITALYLondon ITAY ITAYLondon ITALYLondon
London Oct 3 3A A dispatch from from Rome Rometoday Rometoday Rometoday
today announces announce that hat a violent earth earthquake earthQuake earthquake ¬
quake was wa felt last night at Ten about aboutfifty abut abutfiy aboutfifty
fifty fiy miles mie from there ther Theinhabitants Theinhabitantswere The Inhabitants Inhabitantswer inhabitantswere
were wer acea cea ceaGATES panicstricken panicsticken and ad fled ted to open openGATES opn opncea openacea
GATES IN I POOR POOn HEALTH HEALTHLondon HAH BALTKLondon
London Lndon Oct Oct 3 3ohn John W Gates has ba re returned returned ¬
r
turned ture to London Lldon from tr thecontinent the contnent continent in inprojected laver Invery
ver very por poor h6ltt hosith H He has given Iven up his hisprjete hisprojected
projected prjete motor tour of England and will willsail willsitu J
sail l for home Wednesday Wed ly next nut
DREYFUSiWLNOT ORftflS WILL NOT NO T ATTEND ATTENDMme A TTfNOMme
Mme Zola Was Afraid His Presence Pre3en at the Funeral Funeralof of Her Hus Husband Husband us usband ¬
band Would Lead L to Untemly Un iHnly Disturbances Disturbancesat
i at the Cemetery C
I r
I ARTS Oct 3 3The 3The The funeral 1 of Emlle EmlleZola Emie EnilleI I I201a
PARIS I Zola Sunday Sun ay promises promise to t9 be of the themost themost I
most imposing character carcter A ma majority majorly majority ¬
jority jorly o otte the socialist soclalst and labor laborgrotfpa labogO aborgrof1ps
grotfpa gO grof1ps PS Aand d1eV < severalfiEtu r lsJtqen4 ent as a anocr anocrtiona ociH ociHations t
ations ton tiona have l 1i decided d dIde4tose clde nto 1 t send se ddeIe ddeIegations dele delegations delegdlons ¬
gations gdlons The prefect prf ct of police p 1ce is isorganizing 1sorgnizIng IsorganIzIng
organizing orgnizIng extensive et nsIve measures measr to pre preserve proserve ¬
serve order The procession processin which whichwill whlhwi whichwIll
will wi probably be longer than the theentire theentire
entire entre length of the route rute which is fsonlY fsonlYhalf IsOnlyhalf only onlyhalf
half a 0 mile mie will wi pass pas between a double doublerow doublerow doublerow
row of police polee No emblems or flags flagswill fags fagswU flagswill
will wU be allowed allowedThe alowed alowedThe allowedThe
The municipal munlcilal council counci ofDehialn has hasresolved h haresolved s sresolved
resolved to send seni three delegates delegtes to be bechosen bechosen
chosen from from the trades trdes SvIch inspired inspiredZola InspiredZola inspiredZola
Zola In writing wriing Germinal GerInal Le Tra Travail Trn TrnvaU Tm Tmvail ¬
vail and La L Terre ajnlner a 11er a black blacnsmlth blacksmih blacicsmith
smith smih and a farmer all alIressed Pressed resed in their thtjlrrespective th theirrespective lr lrrespectve
respective respectve costumes costumesContrary cstumes costureSContrary I
Contrary to previous announcements announcementsDreyfus announeemenU announcementsDreyfus
Dreyfus will wi not attend attnd Zolas Zolas funeral funeralThis funeralThis funeralThis
This decision was taken as the result resultof
of an interview with Mme lme Zola whom whomhe
he visited today todayMme todayMme todayMme
Mme Zola pleaded with wltl Dreyfus not notto nott notto
to t participate partclpatein the ceremonies because becausehis beca1se beca1sehis becausehis
his presence might lead to disorders disordersDreyfus disordersDreytus disordersDreyfus
Dreyfus was anxious to attend the thefuneral the thefuneral thafuneral
funeral considering considerng It I a duty which whichhe whichhe whichhe
he owed to the memory of Zola but butthe butthe butthe
the widow expressed expresed to him her ap apprehensions apprehensions apprehenslons ¬
prehensions that unseemly demonstra demonstrations demonstratons demonstrations ¬
tions tons might occur if i he attended atended both bothat bothat bothat
at the ceremony and at the ceme cemetery cemetery cemetory ¬
tery and afterward The prefect of ofpolice otpolce ofpolice
police she said is also In fear that thatyour thatyour thatyour
your polce presence may lead to disturb disturbances disturbances disturbances ¬
ances and for nothing in the world worldwould WOl1dwouJd worldwould
would I have the funeral tuner of my la laSTRIKE laSTRIKE iaSTRIKE
STRIKE DISCUSSED DISCUSSEDAT
AT CLEVELAND CLEVELANDCleveland 0 0Cleveland DCleeland
Cleveland 6 Oct Oct X 3TWo 3Two Two thousand thousandpeople thou thousandpeople and andpMPI
people attended atended a meetlnjr metn at Central ar armory armor arnory ¬
mory mor tonight tonl ht to listen lsten to speeches rela relative r rCiativo la latve
tive to the coal strike The meeting meetingeoemed meeUngscemed meoUngseemed
seemed tve to be dominated domInate by socialistic socialisticspeeches socJaltc socJaltc8peeche socialisticaneeches
speeches 8peeche and literature lerature enunciating enuncatng so socialistic soclalsUc socialistic ¬
cialistic clalsUc principles were handedto handed to those thosewho thosewho thosewho
who attended atedelavor Mayor Jone3 Jontl of Toledo Toledosooke Toledospoke Toledosooke
sooke for an hour He e reviewed the la lahar 19 Iatar
tar 1r situation situaton and applauded President PresidentRoosevelts PresidentRoosecUs PresidentRoosevelts
Roosevelts action acton In callintr cln the confer conference confe conference ¬
ence ence Resolutions were w re adopted calling callingfor caln calntor callingfor
for Government overment ownership onerslp of mines minesCLOSED minesCOSE minesCLOSED
CLOSED COSE WITH WTH MASS MSS MEETING MEETINGChicago METIG MEBTINGChicgo
Chicago ChlCgo Oct 3 3The The convention conventon of the theNational theNatOal theNatiotal
National NatOal Republican Republcan league leage was brought broughtto brourb brouhtto
to a close tonight with wih a massmectlns massmectlnsIn masmeetng masmeetngIn
In the First flrt Regiment armory The prin principal prn prnclpal principal ¬
cipal speaker of the evening was wlstnie United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Senator Sntor Albert J Beyeridge of In Indiana Indiana Indiana ¬
diana Senator Boverldses address addres was wasdevoted wa I Idevoted Idevoted
devoted largely Inr el to a discussion of the theattitude theatttude theattitude
attitude men atttude of the two parties parte toward young youngmen youngmen youngmen
0 0FOBDS
menFORS
rORDS FORS SLAYER SLA Yn RELEASED RELEASEDCanonClty RSED RSEDCanonCIy RELEASEDCanonCity
CanonClty Colo Cob Oct Oct 3 3Bd Ed d OKelly OKellyslayer O OKelIyslayer Kelh Kelhslayer
slayer of Bob Ford who betrayed betrayedand btryed btryedand betrayedand
and murdered Jesse Jamed the no notorious notorIous notorlous ¬
torious murerc Missouri lUscOUr outlaw outaw was w wits released releasedfrom releasedfrom releasedfrom
from the penitentiary penientary today to ay his com commuted commute comt comtmuted
muted mute term of twenty years having havingexpired havng havngexpird havingexpired
expired expird at midnight midnIght OKely OKelly shot and andkilled andmed andkilled
killed med Ford in a 3 dance da ce hall l1a1 in 1891 1891HOOPE
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4
5 4 4HOOPERYOUNG +
+ + HOOPER HOOPE HOOPERYOUNG YOUNG MARRIED MRnlD MRnlDJ J + 4 4Helena
+ 4 Helena Mont Oct3 Oct 3Re 3Rev Rev Pf Pff P PA PA +
+ f A A Riggin superintendent 5uperlen ent of f In Indlan 4 f fdian
+ dian missions for the Methodist ethodlstchurch f 4church ff
+ f church In northern Montana Nontna with withf with4 +
+ f headquarters at Browning on the + f fBlackfoot
+ Blackfoot reservation reservatonaays says that thatlat thatlast + f ff
+ f last lat December Dcember he married maried William WiUam WilUamHooper +
4 + Hooper Young to Thhza Thira Holmes Holmes4 + f ff
f of Cardston Carston a Mormon settlement settlementover settelent settelentover aettIenent4over + I
+ over the line in Canada The 1he The4 + f j jhe
4 brdegroom brIdegroom said at the tm time e that thathe that4 + I
+ he was a relative relatve of Brigham BrighamYoung 4 f fToung
+ Young The father tathero of Miss 3Ii 3IiHolmes +
4 + Holmes was at first frt opposed to t f + fthe
+ the union on account accunt of of Tounge ToungGMormonism oun + f ff
+ Mormonism foronlsm but relented after + f
4 4 Young had returned from South Suth SuthArJca 4 4Africa f ff
+ f Africa ArJca and the Philippines Phlppnes and still still4urged stmurge stillurged +
4urged + urge urged his suit suit Whatiharfbe Wh Whathas h sbe be become +
4 + come of the wife Ue Is I a rriy rS W WC + K Ki
+ i + + + + + + + i + il + J + A + ii + Lfj + + IL + L JL + + JL
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menfed m nient 1ed d husband husbnd marked marked by regret regretta1 regrett regrettabs
ta1 t tabs > incidents incidentsi Incldenls11ytu IncidentspiYfus
i 11ytu Teyfus replied expressing eresslnl his hi deep deepId deepsPect deepepeot
epeot sPect andf and qoUon oton for Mme Zla Zola Zolahu
hu Id it Uould would me most painful palntulo
U o afatl t3hathuC n vhat beiconsijiered beiconsijieredto d r rt
to t Be e an imperious imperOsdtYjand ImperIoiisdflty duty andTZoIaj andTZoIajwho andZolawho Z
who before btore everything was a a man ot otduty otduty ofduty
duty and of duty in spite spie of every everything everythingwould everything ¬
thing thingwould would have approved my inten intention intenton IntenHon ¬
Hon ton adding I ought not not to take takeinto tke tkeInto takeInto
into account accunt eventualities eentuaites which I am amfar amtlr amfar
far tlr from seeking seekingMme seekingMme eklng eklngMme
Mme Zola Zola was moved to tears tear and andsupplicated andsupplcted andsupplicated
supplicated supplcted Dreyfus to abandon the theidea theIdea theidea
idea and Dreyfus Defus who whohlmselt himself dis displayed displyed displayed ¬
played plyed much emotion emoton responded respondedBut respnded respndedBut
But they will wl say s I am hiding my myself myse1tht myself ¬
self se1tht that I am a coward Yea a acoward acoward acoward
coward he repeated and a d you know knowwell knowwel knowwell
well wel I am a n not notMme notMme notMme
Mme Zola again begeedIm for her hersake herBake hersake
sake to abstain from fromaterdlng attending the thefuneral thefuneral thefuneral
funeral Both were the prey pry of pro profound profound ro rofound ¬
found emotion emoton and finally fnaly Dreyfus Dreyfusgave Dreyusgave DreyTusgave
gave in and promised not to attend attendMine atend atendme attendMme
Mine me Zole weeplngly thanked him for forthe torte fortlze
the te sacrifice sacrifce of which she sh appreci appreciated appreciated appreclated ¬
ated she said sid all the th greatness greatnessThe geatne greatnessThe
The general generl opinion here is that M MDreyfus 31Dreyfus L LDreytus
Dreyfus acted most wisely wiely In acced acceding accedIg acceding ¬
ing Ig to Mme Zolas prayer to absent absenthimself absenlhimself absenthimself
himself from the te funeral tunerl of her hus husband husband husband ¬
band which is to be e held Sunday Sundayas
as the ceremony would otherwise un undoubtedly undoubtedly undoubtediy ¬
doubtedly be the occasion of unsen unsenly unsenly
ly 11 Incidents and perhaps of unsef serious seriousdisorders serIousdIsorder seriousdIsorders
disorders disordersThe dIsorder dIsordersThe
The Nationalist Natonalst Press in the articles articlespublished articlespublshed articlespublished
published publshed daring 31 1 Dreyfus to be bepresent beresent bepresent
present resent at the funeral of his friend friendwas friendwas friendwas
was really provoking l > him to attend attendwhile atend atendwhUe attendthiie
while at the same sme time tlm In other oter ar articles artcles artides ¬
tides tcles this paper was stirring sUrrng public publicfeeling publc publcteelng publicfeeling
feeling teelng against n lnRt him himA himA flimA
A SERIOUS QUESTION QUESTIONHow i iHow
How Far Ought 0 ught the Executive Executve to toInterfere toJnterf toInterfere
Interfere Jnterf re in Labor Questions QuestionsLike QuestionsLke QuestionsLike
Like Lke the Coal Strike StrikeLondon StrikeLondon StrikeLondon
London Oct 4 President Roosevelts Rooseveltsintervention Roosevets RoosevetsInterenton RooseveltsIntervention
intervention Interenton In the coal strike strke attracts attractscreat attractsgreat
great Jreat attention atenUon In Great Britain Britin Pending PendingIts PendingIs
Its Is results reult business in the American Amercn de department department devartmcnt ¬
partment of the stock exchange was yes yesterday yestrday yestarday ¬
terday trday virtually vlrtualv at a standstill standstl Long Longdisoatches LongdlsPltches Longdisoatches
disoatches dlsPltches from the United Unied States Sttes de describlnt descrblD deseriblne
scriblnt scrblD the situation siuaton are published pUblshe In the thenewspapers thenewspaDer theriewsoaners
newspapers newspaDer this morning mornln which nearly nearlyall nerl nerlal nearlyall
all al devote editorial articles artcles to the matter matterapplaudlnir mater materJ matteraUplaudtng
applaudlnir J plaUdtnJ President Pesident Roosevelts courage couragein courge courgeIn
in in the theundeavor Weondeavor theondeavor
ignoring hnorlnJ tradition trdiion and red rd tape tap
ondeavor to effect a n settlement settement of the thedispute Uledispute thedispute
dispute but displaying dlsplalnJ no surprise at atthe atthe atthe
the failure faiure of the laudable efforts effortsThe etort effortsThe
The he Standard says President Roose Roosevelts Roosevcltl Rousevelts ¬
velts vcltl action raises riss questions quetons Important Imprtnt to toevery toever toevery
every ever industrial jndstrJal community communiy The ques question queston question ¬
tion ton of how tar ought the executive executve of the thestate thestate thestate
state to Interfere in labor Questions Questionswhich uestons uestonswhich ueationSwhich
which like Jke the kindred kindre subject of arbi arbitration arbitrton arbitmation ¬
tration trton is one unon which It I is easier to tocherish tocMrlsh tochfrish
cherish praiseworthy Ideals than to re reduco ro roducc redora
dora them to practice nractlceThe vracUceTho practiceThe
The Dally Dalv Chronicle considers that thatpraiseworthy thatorlseworthy thatpraiseworthy
praiseworthy orlseworthy appeals appels to patriotism Jatrlotsm and androod andood andood
rood = ood feeling teeln do not not suffice sufice In such cases casesihat C8eSlat easeshat
hat lat the te conciliator conclator must co 10 to the heart heartof h heartof lrt lrtot
of the matter matr and discuss the te polfats polhs in indispute Indispute indispute
dispute and of possible concessions nceslons in de detail detal detall ¬
tail tal In the presence preence of both parties partiesThe varUesThe partiesThe
The Times expresses exorssc the hope hopt that thatPresident that thatPresident
President Presdent Roosevelts Intervention IntTenUon may ma manot maynot i inot
not be without wihout success and says saysThat saysThat saysThat
That the head executive executve should shouldtemnt at attemot t ttemnt
temnt to mediate In a 1 labor Jbr dispute and andrisk andrlsk andrisk
risk the chance of failure talure argues that thateither thaleither thateither
either he entertains entertain an almost certain certainconviction certin certincODlcton certainconviction
conviction cODlcton of success or that he holds the theposition theioslton theposition
position ioslton to be growing gr growingboth wingboth both desperate deperate and andintolerable and1ntolerble andtntolerabte
intolerable intolerableThe 1ntolerble tntolerabteThe
The Th Times then refers nfer to the rumor rumorthat rumorthat rumorthat
that It I is I the Intention intentoi of the Washington Washingtonsovernment WAshingtonoerment Wshingtanxovernment
sovernment oerment itself lsel to undertake nderake coal mln mlninc mln1n miiiir
inc ir In Pennsylvania Penns hanla and ad says saysPresident sa saPreldent sasPresident
President Preldent Roosevelt Roeelt has shown him1 him1self him himse himself
self before be of Infinite Infiniteresources Infiniteresources
beore now to a man Infnie InfniereourceS
se resources reourceS and one ne whom it is J difficult difficultto dltJcul
to defeat deCeat It 1 fe rather r er to his hi Dowers Dowersof Dowersor powersof
of persuasion peruaslcq however that one hopes hopeshis hope hopeslila
his I success may my s ultimately ulmtelv be due dueBLAZE due dueL dues dueBLAZE
BLAZE L AT A CHICAGO CHICAGOChicago CCAGO CCAGOCicg CBICAGOChicago
Chicago Cicg Oct 3 2A A fivestory flvestor building buildingat buidin
at 1921 19 Randolph Rndolph street st et was wa partly prty de destroyed d dstyed do dostroyed ¬
stroyed styed by b fire fre tonight tpnl ht Loss Lss on build building buid buidIng buildlag ¬
ing and contents content 150000 5O The Te principal principallosers princpal princpallo principallosqra
losers lo qr are Sprague Sprgue Warner Waner wholesale wholesalegrocers wholeale wholealegrc wholesalegrocers
grocers r the warrenilcArthur WarenMcArhur Stamp Stampcompanv Stampcopln Stampcompilny
grc companv copln and the A C Clark company companymanufacturers companymuactur companymanufacturers
manufacturers muactur of surgical surgc instruments jte
NEW ORLEANS ORlE NS STRIKE STRIKERetail STRIKERetai STRIKERetail
Retail Retai Merchants Bring on a aCrisis aCrisis aCrisjs
Crisis by Threatening to toClose toClose toClose
Close Their Stores StoresNew
New Ne Orleans Oct 3 3The The T street car carafternoon carstrlkb
st strlkb s situation t took k on a new phase t1 t1atteroon this thisafternoon
afternoon atteroon when the big bl retail reti merchants merchantsof merchats merchatsot
of the city ct met at the St St Charles hotel hoteland hoteland hoteland
and decided that unless the strike was wascalled wascalled
called caled off by Saturday night t ley iey would wouldall wouldal wouldall
all al close coso their establishments e5lblhment indefinitely indefinitelythrowing Indenlclr Indenlclrthrowing Indefinitelythrowing
throwing out Ot of employment about abut 5000 5000clerks 5000clerks
clerks i The merchants hg then l eb ebrthv brought broughtabout broughtabout
about a u a conference ote otehg between e the mayor mayorrailway niaybrmtliwity
railway rthv y officialsarid ofclaand car Cr meuTlPrtSftlent meuTlPrtSftlentPearson m ziLreetdentPearson r6rent r6rentPearon
Pearson Pearon of t the railway 1Uway company cmpany submit submitted submitted submitted ¬
ted that the tor torwork 111work
a proposition propoSton te men return retr
work and then arbitrate arbitte the te alleged alege vio violations vIolatons yb yblations ¬
lations latons of the old agreement agreement a new prop proposltion prop051ton proposltion
osltion 051ton to be considered cnsIder if t the agreement agreementis agement agementIs
is declared declare to have been violated the therate therte therate
rate rte of wages and hours hour to date from the thetime thetme thetime
time tme the te men co o back to work workThe workThe workThe
The car cr mens committee commiee went back to tothe tothe
the union unon hall hal to submit the te proposIUon proposIUonto
to the men menLate menLto menLate
Late Lto tonight the conference of the three threeelements threeelements
te tree treeelement
elements element was wa resumed resumedMEXICAN reumed reumedMEXICAN resumedMEXICAN
MEXICAN OUTLAWS OUTLAWSMAKE OUTLAWSMAKE OUTLAWSMAKE
MAKE DARING RAID RAIDTucson RAI RAITucsn RAIDTucson
Tucson Tucsn Ariz Oct Oct 3 3Advce5 Advices from fromGuyamas trm trmGuyamas fromGuyamas
Guyamas tell of a daring darng raid on the thetov theto theto
tov to n of Ranchia in the state stte of So Sonoitt SonOIH Soama
ama nOIH near Hermosillo Hcrmoslo by a party of ofbandits otbandis ofbandits
bandits bandis supposed to have been ben led le by
Bravo Brvo Juan J au According Accoring to the Informs Information Infora Inforaton Informstion ¬
tion ton on the night of Sept 29 a half halfdozen hal halfdozen
dozen bandits bandit rode into the town and andtook andtook andtook
took possession of the business section sectionGuards secton sectonGuards sectionGuards
Guards were placed outside while two twoof twoot twoof
of the men entered the stores and loot looted looted looted ¬
ed them of money and valuables In Inone Inone Inone
one store It Is said they secured secure 1000 1000from 100 100trom 1000from
from its Is hiding place in an old trunk trunkThe trunk trunkThe
The inhabitants Inhabiants of the town were ter terrorized terrrIzed terrorized ¬
rorized rrIzed by the bold effrontery efronter of the thethieves thethieves thethieves
thieves and offered otered little ltle resistance resistanceSeveral resistnce resistnceSeveral resistanceSeveral
Several shots were exchanged between btween btweenthe betweenthe I Ithe
the bandits bandis and the Mexican police polce but butwithout butwihout butwithout
without wihout effect efect They raided rided the house houseof hous housot houseof
of Ignacio Quljlda QUllda the wealthiest citi citizen CflI citizen ¬
zen and forced from him 500 In money moneyand moneyand
and an equal amount of jewelry jewelr The Thesum Thesum Thesum
sum taken by the desperadoes amount amounted ¬ I
ed in the aggregate to about abut 3000 3000which 300 300which 3000which
which they packed on their horses and andescaped andescaped andescaped
escaped to the woods ods In the Sierra SierraMadre SierraMadre
Madre mountains A company of ofrurales ofTurles ofrurales
rurales Turles took up the chase but thus far farnothing farnothing farnothing
nothing has been ben seen of the outlaws outlawsLIFE outaws outawsLFE outlawsLIFE
1 1FOR
LIFE LFE IMPRISONMENT IMPRISONMENTFOR IMPRIS MENT
FOR JAMES WATCHER WATCHERKing
King Fisher O T Oct 3 aJames aJamesWatal 3JamesWatcher James JamesWatoh
Watoh Watal Watcher < r was wa today found guilty guiy of the themurder themUrder themurder
murder of John ohn F Stone colonel com commanding commanding cornmandung ¬
manding the Oklahoma Ok10homa national nationalguards natonal natonalgards nationalguards
guards on Jan 11 1 1900 and was sen sentenced sentenced Sentenced ¬
tenced to life le imprisonment His at attorneys attorney attorneys ¬
torneys have haye appealed to the supreme supremecourt supremecurt supremecourt
court courtStone curt courtStone
Stone commanded an Oklahoma vol volunteer volunter volunteer ¬
unteer unter regiment rcgl1 nt in the Spanish war
Watcher flgd tt4 carter committing committng the thecrime thecrime thecrime
crime and was arrested arested at Juarez JuarezMexico JuarezMexico JuarezMexico
Mexico HejJlended He lended insanity Jnsnly This Thiswas ThIswas Thiswas
was his third trial trial4COSMOS trlalCO trialCOSMQS
COSMOS CO MOS COMPANY WILL WILLNOT WilLNOT WILLNOT
NOT GET A REHEARING REHEARINGWashington REHEARINGWashington REHEARINGWashington
Washington Oct Oct 3 3The The district su supreme suprerne supreme ¬
preme court today everruled everrled a motion for fora torrehearing
a rehearing made by the the Cosmos Explor Exploration Exploraton Exploratbon ¬
ation aton company compny and the Riverside Bverld Oil 01 com company compant cornpan
pant pan of California CalornIa In the cases cses against againstthe ugaln5tthe againstthe
the secretary cetar of the Interior involving InvolvlnS
large oil land interests Inteests in southern souther Call California Cl CallforiIa ¬
fornia torl3 The companies sought sough to have havethe haveth havethe
the th courts declar these lands vacant and andopen andDpen andopen
open cour to t settlement settement The court held that thatsuch thatsuch thatsuch
such action Is discretionary dlscreUonar with wih the te in interior Interor intenor ¬
tenor teror department doptment and not subject to con control cn cntrl control ¬
trol trl by the court courtEIGHTY courtI
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VERBAL GEMS OF HOWELL HOWELLTRIED HOWELLTRIED HOVVELLTRIED
TRIED IN THE CRUCIBLE CRUCIBLEJudge
Judge Ju ge King Punctures Campaign Pleas of His Op Opponent Oppon Uppon
ponent pon nt and Sutherlands s Sophisms SophismsTremendous SophismsTremendous ophisrs ophisrsTremendous
Tremendous 4udien Audience e at Brigham City Listens lstens to His Brilliant Brilant Ex Exposition Expositon Exposition ¬
position positon of Democratic Democratc Principles
fSoclal lnclal to The Te Herald HeraldBRIGHAM HeraldB
jRIGHAM RIGHAM CITY Dot Oo 3 3iUdgc 3iUdgcWiiam 3Judge 3JudgeWilliam Judge Judger
BRIGHAM B r William Wiiam H King Kn the ijomo ijomooratlc iomo iomocratlc omo omortc
oratlc rtc nominee for congress congressdelivered congro congressdelivered
delivered in the opera opel house househere househere househere
here tonight a most eloquent forcible forcibleand forcibleand forcihleand
and logical speech It I was in reply to tothe tothe i ithe
the campaign speech delivered delvered in this thiscity thisciy thiscity
city ciy Wednesday Wedneday night by Joseph How Howell Iow Howcli i iel
ell el of Wellsvllle Welsvic the Republican Republcan nom nomhiee nominee nomlice
lice for congress who has refused to tomeet tomeet tomeet
meet meet Judge King in a joint discussion discussionqf
qf the great political poltcal Issues of the day dayJudge dayJudge dayJudge
Judge King had a stenographers re report meport ¬ I Iport
port of Howells Howels speech eecb and answered answeredhis answere II
his points one at a a time tme and by clear clearcut conrI clearcut
cut reasoning reaonJng and plain statement Btttment ot offacts otfacts
facts fct shattered shatered them themThe themThe themThe I
The cause of Democracy Democrcy was so eoclearly soclearly soclearly
clearly and interestingly InterestnglY set forth by byJudge byJudge I IJudge
Judge King that he held the undivid undivided ¬
ed attention atenton of his hi large audience for foralmost tOralmost foralmost
almost two hours and a halt It wan wannot wasriot
not his Intention Intenton to speak more than thanan thanan thanan
an hour and a a half but as he pro progressed progressed progressed ¬
gressed Judge King became so en enthused entuse enthused ¬
thused tuse that neither neJher JJ JIS > nor his audience audiencerealized audIencerealzed audiencerealized
realized realzed bow time tme was speeding speedingThe speedingThe speedingThe
The discourse discoure of Judge King was free freefrom treetrom freefrom
from any personal attacks attck upon his hiscongressional hiscongessional hiscongressional
congressional congessional opponent opponen and the latters latterssponsor laters laterssponor latterssponsor
sponsor sponor Congressman Cngressman Sutherland Sutherlandwhich Sutherlandwhich Sutherlandwhich
which was WI a a marked contrast to the thespeeches thespeehes thespeeches
speeches speehes they delivered delvered In this city ciy a anight anight
night or two ago which were filled filledwith fled fledwih filledwith
with wih uncomplimentary uncomplmentar remarks to him himself hlmselt hImself ¬
self and Major R R W V Young the theDemocratic theDemocrtc theDemocratic
Democratic bench Democrtc nominee for Or the supreme supremebench supremebench supremebench
No Mudslinging MudslingingJudge Mudslngng MudslngngJUdge
Judge King took occasion occaIon to say that thatmudslinging thatmUdsUnglng thatmudslinging
mudslinging wouldnt Iouldnt be indulged in inby inby Inby
by himself lmsel and his complimentary complmentay ret references reterences reterences ¬
erences to Joseph Howell Howel Congressman CongressmanSutherland CongressmanSutherland CongressmanSutherland
Sutherland and the other Republican Republicancandidates Republcn Republcncandidates Republicancandidates
candidates showed conclusively that he hexvas hewas hewas
was a man of his word He regretted regrettedexceedingly rcsetted rcsettedexcedingly regrettedexceedingly
exceedingly excedingly that he is deprived of the thepleasure thepleasur thepleasure
pleasure pleasur of meeting meetng Mr Howell Howel upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the same platform but as a that privi privilege prlviI privilege ¬
lege Is I denied him the next best thing thinghe thinghe thinghe
he can do is to follow tolov the Republican Republicannominee RepubUcn RepubUcnnominee Republicannominee
nominee which he will do throughout throughoutthe
the campaign cmpaig He says sys that legal legalbusiness legalbusiness legalbusiness
business which would not permit prmIt of ofdelays otdears ofdelays
delays dears prevented Major Mljor Young from fromadjJressJnsv fromIdtresfng fromisdlressihg
adjJressJnsv Idtresfng lie e gamer i ne audienoeAvJth audienoeAvJthhim audlfoovth audlfoovthhim audiepoewIthhifn
him but addSa ndd thatthe tJ that tUie the hero of Ilia IliaSps Ui Ui5Jg th2za
Sps 5Jg uj u sjeods 3uads uadr pinoju PlnOh not JBii m l5Mham auiddlimd auiddlimdham
ham City Ciy later In the campaign campaignv cmpaign cmpaignJohn campaignJohn
v John D Peters Peter acted as a chairman of ofthe otthe ofthe
the mooting nl etng Before he introduced introducedJudge introducedJudge
Judge King people were compelled compele to toreturn toretrn torethrn
return retrn home because becuse they could not notfind notfnd notfind
find fnd seats seat In the crowded theatre theatreWhile theatreVhUe theatreWhile
While commenting commentng upon the represent representatlve rprsent rprsentale representative
atlve ale character of the audience Chair Chairman bhalrman tllialrman ¬
man Peters stated that during the aft afternoon nt afternoon ¬
ernoon ernon a trainload of Brighamltes Brighamlteswent Brlghamles Brlghamleswent
went to t Salt al Lake Lke to attend atend the Mor Mormon Mormon Mormon ¬
mon conference After Afer a 8 vocal solo soloby soloby soloby
by Miss f5S Lund Judge King was intro introduced Introduced ¬
duced ducd He was wa received Mth ih cheers cheersand cheersand cheersand
and applause applauseHe
He spoke In part as follows followsMr tolows tolowsMr followsMr
Mr Xings Speech SpeechI
I understand undertnd Congressman Conressman Suther Sutherland Sutherland Sutherland ¬
land when he was here warned you youagainst youagainst ou ouagainst
against my oomlng omlng saying jou ou had hadbetter hadbHter hadbetter
better stay sta home and lock and bolt boltyour bol boltyour
your doors as my presence would be beas bea beas
as a terrible terrble as a an army with wih floating floatinghammers toatng toatngI floatinghammers
hammers hammer I do not know how hO much muchtrouble muchtrouble
I trouble my presence is to Joseph How Howell Howel Howcli ¬
ell el but I do know he has refused refusedto retus
to meet me on the same sme platform plattQr and andin andIn andin
in joint debate and discuss the po political poUtcal p0litical ¬
litical Utcal issues issue of the day The next nextbest nextbest nextbest
best thing I can cn dfl d Is to follow tolo him himwhich himhlch himvhich
which hlch I propose to do There is isnothing Isnothing isnothing
nothing but friendship frendhlp existing existng be between between between ¬
tween Mr Howell Howel and myself mysel I have haveknown haveknown haveknown
known him for years and have nothing nothingbut nothingbut nothingbut
but good to say s of him hiJ Therefore Thereforethere Iherefore Ihereforethere Fhereforethere
there will wH be no personal veronal attacks no noIncrimlnations noIncrminatons noIncriminations
Incriminations Incrminatons on my part part Iappear Iappearbefore l appear appearbefore I
before btore you tonight to discuss the po political p political ¬
litical ltcal issues of the day and to an answer answer answer ¬
swer if I can the speech of Mr Ir How Howell Howel Howeli
ell el I have here with wih me a sten stenographic stenogaphlc stenographic ¬
ographic ogaphlc report of the speech which he hedelivered hedelvered hedelivered
delivered delvered at Wellsville Welsvle his home the thenight thenight thenight
night the Republicans Republcans opened the cam campaign campahm campaign ¬
paign Those who heard Mr Howell Howellspeak Howel Howellspeak
speak here her and have read this speech speechwhich spechwhich speechwhich
which I have In my hands say fIY they theyare theyare theyare
are identically Identcly the same Therefore Thereforewhen Thereforewhen Thereforewhen
when I answer one speech I have re replied r meplied ¬
plied to the other otherDoctors oth otherDoctors r I IDoctor
Doctors Doctor Disagree DisagreeJudge Disagee DisageeJudge DisagreeJudge
Judge King then gave an excerpt excerptfrom fx excerptfrom erpt erptfrom
from the speech of Joseph Howell Howellthat Howel Howellthat
that trusts are a dangerous symptom 8mptombut symptombut I Ibut
but will wl be b grappled with wih by the Re Republican Republcan Republican ¬
publican publcan party that trusts exist eist in infree infree infree
free trade England the same sme as in inthe inthe inthe
the United States In the face of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that that continued contnued Judge King Con Congressman Congressman Congresaman ¬
gressman Sutherland on the same sameplatform sme smeplatform sameplatform
platform said there is i no such thing thingas thinga
as a a trust trustThe trust trustThe
The speaker speakr then took up the trust trustquestion trst trstQueston trustquestion
question Queston in detailed detaied manner showing showingfirst showingfrst showingfirst
first frst that there thele are trusts In Eng England EngJand England ¬
land where there thtre la free trade and andtrusts an antrusts andtrusts
trusts in the United Unied States with wih its itshigh it itshigh
high wall of protection potecton but In the theformer theormer theformer
former ormer country cuntry the trusts are not so sotroublesome sotroublesome sotroublesome
troublesome as a tn n thjs country In
1901 Professor Jenks In a report rport said saidthere sid sidthere saidthere
there were less than thirtyfive trusts trustsin trustsIn trustsin
in England whose combined combl ed capital capitalstock 6aplt1stock apitalstock
stock was less than JSOOOfttfOOO 5oO 5OOO 1O0O O that In Inprotective Inprotectve inprotective
protective protectve countries countle1 of Itirope Isarope there thereIs
Is more pronounced tendency tend Qey toward towardtrusts tward twardtrust towardtrusts
trusts trust than in England EnglandJudge EnglandJUdge EnglandJudge
Judge King then went back to Ju July Jub July ¬
ly 1897 189 and recounted the te passage passageof pasS pasmFeof e eot
of the tIe DIngley bill ehowed how it was wasdrafted wa wasdrafted
drafted by the heads h ads of1 o large manu manufacturing manufacturing manufacturing ¬
facturing facturing concerns concers for t r their own in interests Interests Interests ¬
terests that before the bill bi was passed passedIt
It I was submitted submited to to the industrial industrialbarons Industrialbarns Industrialbarons pssed pssedI
barons barns for their approval In one ant of ofthe otthe ofthe
the most expensive hotels In Wash Washington Washungton VashIngton ¬
ington When he asked If Irthe the poor poorpeople por porpeple poorpeople
people peple of the country countr were wfre consulted consultedhe consulte
he said srd no they the were not called upon uponto upn upnto uponto
to ascertain whether they liked the th thepower j
power which has since been slowly slowlygrinding slowl slowlgrJndlng slowlygrinding
grinding them down and making their theirconditions theIrconditons theirconditions
conditions conditons more deplorable deplorble In the theface theface theface
face of all al that that continued contnued the ora orator Or orator ¬
tor George Sutherland says there are areno areno areno
no trusts trustsAccording truts trustsAccordIng
According AccorlnS to Writer Wrler Moody In a arecent arecent arecent
recent publication pubictlon there are more than thanSCO thanSC
SCO SC trusts trustJn in this country countr at this time timeAnd tme tmend timeAnd
And nd if you add to them the capi capitalizations cpl cpltulzatons capitalizatlons ¬
talizations tulzatons of the railroads rairoads of the coun country county country ¬
try ty you have a grand Irdnd total tOtal of J16 1 1oooooa 1L 1L000000000a
000000000 oooooa 000000000a a series sere of figure 1surel too too gi i ¬
gantic gantc for human hUMn mind mlA to t compre cmprt ¬
hend All the th KoW Mo and an silver slver In the theworld theworld theworld
world Is only a I llttte ltle more m than S 80 5000 W WOOOOW
OOOOW 00 The Th eomWWd eombl wealth wllh Of ft Utah tal
its Is mine mln cattle ctl houses bot and taxed taXft
lands landsnly only equals eul about abut J15600000o J15600000oAnd tiOOOl liO00000oAnti
And these the tru trt trusts u have Iac been foun1 tounlft tounlfthueI founletI 1
largely hueI since flnce the te passage e of the Ding
pB
Icy Ie hill bi I am afraid atrhl Sutherland
hag been bn contaminated cnhtmnte In n Wash Wa b ¬
ington Ingtof When he e went there he said saidthere sallthere sailthere
there were trusts trust but that tht the Repub Republican ltpuIJ ltpuIJlen Itepublican ¬
lican len party prty was WiS grappling grplng with wih them tbfm
In 180 18 Han Manna mi saki kl there is not a trut trutin trt trt1n trtmtin
in the country Sutherland Suthrlan comes com homo homoand homIn homenulLI
and In nulLI says SS there arc ac no trusts trU He I went wentthere WPitthere Pdt Pdtth
there th re a good go man Utn and returned rturnt im impregnated imprenate impregnated ¬
pregnated prenate with wih HHUHHH Hanj views vie I thinK thhiKit
it is a bad bd thing t ln to s ROa send1a nda good go Repub Republican Rtpub Rtpub1en Republiena ¬
lican 1en to to Washington Vahlngton I guee K we had hadbetter hadboter hadbetter
better boter keep him at home homeWhat homeWhat hamsWhat
What the Result Will Wi Be BeJudge BeJudge BeJudge
Judge King then spent some sme time tinwshowing Umdshowng timeshowing
showing what wh the results re mls will 1 be b If th thtrusts thtrust tIme tImetrusts
trusts trust are not throttlwl thrtl I saying ayng that thatit thatIt thatIt
it will wl only be h a question aquton of time tme be before 1 1tore Iafore ¬
fore a t few men or great grt corporations corporationswill corprtonl
will wU rule the country ouotr from the presi presidency IUesdency pmestdency ¬
dency down to the smallest malet ofllce ofce in inthe inthe siithe
the land And Ad I ask ak you again said saidthe sld sldthe saidthe
the speaker are ae the th Republicans Republicansgrappling Republcns Republcnsgrapplng Republicansgrappling
grappling grapplng with wih the trusts tu t I answer answerNo answerNo answerNo
No The only time tm Sutherland voted votedright votedrIght votedright
right in Washington Vahigton was Wl when he hevoted h hvoted hevoted
voted with wJh the Democrats Democt several severaltimes 5verHI 5verHIlme severaltimes
times lme Did he ever vote ote against asln t the thetrusts thp thetrusts
trusts tst Did he ever raise rai his voice voiceagainst VOl voiceagainst
against nglnst the trusts Of course cour not be because bt because ¬
cause he says there are no trusts trsts He HeIs le leIs Heis
Is traveling trayelnS around the state stte as spon sponsor sponeoI spunsor ¬
sor eoI for Howell Howel Is I U I not logical to con conclude conclude conelude
clude that Howell Howell will wi vote and net in incongress Incongres Incongress
congress congres as did Sutherland Howell HowellBays Howel Howellsays
Bays sys trusts are a dangercvs danger s symptom symptombut symptombut symptombut
but that the Republican Republcan party Jrty will willgrapple wi willgrapple
grapple grpple with them Why did not they theydo theydo theydo
do It I when President McKinley was waaalive wasalve wasalive
alive alve Did Dd he and his party part grapple grapplewih grapplewith
i with wih the trusts tuts when J W V GrIggs Grlggsfrom GrIggsfrom Griggsfrom
from from the te trust state of New Jersey Jcrscy was wasappointed wasappointe wasappointed
appointed appointe attorney atorney general generl Did th thl the thepresident < j jpresident
president grapple gpple with the te trusts trst when whenKnox whln whlnKox whenKnox
Knox Kox the legal Jegl head of the steel stel trust trustwas trst trstW05 trustias
was W05 appointed to succeed succee Griggs Grgg when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the latter went back to New Jersey to toorganize t toorganize
organize orgnize new trusts trst and help lobby lobbymore lobbym lobbymore
more m re trust tust laws through thrug the New Jer Jersey Jersey Jersey ¬
sey legislature legilature Whachas Whatha What has the Repub Republican Repub Rejrnblican ¬
lican lcn party ever done wTiat it hst Is it doing doingto doingtosuppresyust
to suppres2truatf ppr r JNJpthing JNJpthingJudge FEt FEtA1e otliipg otliipgAze
A1e Aze in Td1n Td1nJudge in t tJudge
Judge King then thenretorre referred to the tb fact factthat factthat factthat
that trust trst made goods can cn be bought boughtin
in foreign countries countrle for less le than thln in inthe Inthe inthe
the American Amercan cities cles where they are aremanufactured Jre Jremanutactured aremanufactured
manufactured He then recounted reounted Si Simon Simon Simon ¬
mon Bambergers Bamberers inability inabUty to buy steel steelrails stcdrls stedrails
rails rls for his hi Lagoon Lgoon road rd which he hewants hewants hewants
wants to extend to Ogden Ogen because beuse the thesteel thesteel thesteel
steel trust tust and railroads rairoads are so closely closelyallied closelyaUed closelyallied
allied aUed that the Schwab concern would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not sell sel to Bamberger Bamberer because his road roadwould rad radWQuld roadwould
would hurt the parallel pralel lines lne be between b between ¬
tween Salt Lake Lke and Ogden which whichlines whichlns whichlines
lines lns the steel stel or or other oter trusts trustsare tust trustsare
are are Interested Intereted in In The he speaker lpeker then thenshowed thenshowed thenshowed
the trusts have haveon haveon haveon
showed how firm fn a grip grp trst
on congress cngrs The last lat national natOnal cam campaign campalgn campaign ¬
paign saw sw the ship building buiding trust trsl give giveHanna hheHanna giveHanna
Hanna 1000000 10000 Since then that trust trusthas trusth trusthas
has h been ben awarded awaded contracts contract sufficient sufficientto sufcient sufcientto
to more than offset ofst its Js donation donaton ant amithe antlthe antthe
the party lash was cracked by Hanna Hannato Hanna
to force the Republicans Republcns at the ex expense tX tXpense cxpense ¬
pense of the masses m8es to pay py back bck that thatcampaign thatcmpaign thatcampaign
campaign cmpaign debt debtA debt debtA
A Working Workng Alliance AllianceJudge Alance AlanceJudge AllianceJudge
Judge King said sid the Republican Republcn par party pr prty party ¬
ty and the trusts trts are so s closely clsely allied alliedthat aled aledthlt alliedthat
that thlt it I is foolishness foolshne for any anyone one to toentertain toentertln toentertain
entertain entertln for a minute the belief belet that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the party prty will wl grapple with wih Its It atm affllator atmator atfllator >
ator He said sid It the Republicans RepublcnR realiy realiywant real realwant realiywant
want to grapple with wih the trusts all allthey aUthey allthey
they have to do Is to enforce enfoe the th pro provisions lrovisions provisions ¬
visions of the Sherman Shermn antitrust anttru > t law lawThe la laThe laiThe
The remedy remey is 1 there thee he h said sid but the theRepublicans theRepublcn theRepublicans
Republicans Republcn refuse retul to take advantage advantageof advailtageotfit
of otfit fit i for they know the provisions provisons of ofI ofthe ofthe
I the law la would destroy destry the trust trustJudge lruwJudge trustsJudge
Judge King then referred reCurre to the thestatement th1sttement tmtstatement
statement sttement made by Joseph JOph Howell Ho1 that thathe thathe thathe
he when in the Fiftysixth Fltty > xth congress congresshad cngrt congresshad
had voted against aginst the th constitutional constitutionalamendment c6n constitutionalamendment ttuUonal ttuUonalamendment
amendment sought lusht to control cntrol th thtrusts thtrst the thetrusts
trusts trst He llesald said the measure was waawrong W Wwrong waswrong
wrong outrageous outr Eeou j pernicious tnltloand rniHous and un unconetituttatiitl uncon unconstitutionhl
conetituttatiitl con ttuUoukl Only a I short hor time tme ago agoTongressraan ag agongreman agoongreseman
Tongressraan ongreman LittlefieW Litefel who intro introduced introuce introduced ¬
duced uce the measure mesurt in a I signed Ign signedartieio signedartieiosaid d articlo articlosaid arUcloId
said Id the same sme thing about the measure measurewhich J measurewhich IUre IUrewhich
which was Introduced Introuce simply 3mply for cam campaign cm cmpaign cainpalga ¬
paign purposes purp a u has since been beenproven beenproen beenproven
proven President Predent Roosevelt Rooevet In his re recent recent mecent ¬
cent speeches speche says fYS a constitutional constitutionalamendment consttutonal consttutonalamendment constitutionalamendnient
amendment must not be resorted reorted to ex except tX tXcept cxcapt ¬
cept as a a last ditch dich Leslies Leles Weekly Weeklyone
one of the most mt staunch t ufch Republican Republicanpapers Republcn Republcnpapers Republicaitpapers
papers In the United Unie States State took Mr MrRoosevelt M MRooevel MrRoosevelt
Roosevelt Rooevel to task tsk for that statement statementadding sttemtnt sttemtntadding statementadding
adding that constitutional con tutonal amendment amendmenttalk amendmenttlk
talk tlk to control the tle treats t t IB equal to tothe to tothe tothe
the moat mOt bloody blooy talk of the most en enthusiastic entliusiastic n nthuslnUc ¬
thusiastic thuslnUc anarchists anarchl t He told how th thRepublicans thRepubHcn the theRepublicans
Republicans RepubHcn refused refusd to vote vot for thepermanent the thepermanent thepermanent
permanent census cnsus bureau bureu requiring requiringtrusts reulrln reulrlntrusts requIringtrusts
trusts to make annual reports report to th thgovernment the thegoverment thegovernment
government goverment officials otlals because bcuse It 1 would wouldhave woul wouldhave
have Injured Injule the trusts trust The speaker speakerthen speakerthen peakrthen
then touched touche upon the demonetization demonetizationfef demonetzaton demonetzatont
upn
fef t silver sler saying fi g it i Is not dead yet told toldhow toldhow toldhow
how the banking bnking trust is controlling controlng th thmoney tho thomoney tbmoney
money of the world recounted nounte the thePhilippine thePhippin thePhiiipplne
Philippine Phippin war scandals ndal and in con conclusion concluslon nn nncuslon ¬
clusion cuslon asked hl his crowded crowde house of ofhearers otherers ofhearers
hearers herers to vote for the Democratic Democraticticket Demolrta Demolrtatcket Democraticticket
ticket tcket Major Major R R W Young Youn and him himself himsel himself ¬
self sel if they want a government oernmnt of the thepeople thepeple thepeople
people peple by the fe 91epeopieforthe yant people ppe for fo the people peopleBOX pple ppleJ0X peopleBOX
BOX J0X ELDER LE DEMOCRATS DEMOCRATSGood DEMOCRTS DEMOCRTSGod DEMOCRATSGood
Good God Ticket Named And Ad Much En Enthufam Znthusasnt n nthusfasm
thusfasm thufam Shown ShownSpecial ShownSpedl ShownSpecial
Special Spedl to The Tht Herald HeraldBrigham Herld HerldBrigham HeraldBrigham
Brigham City Ciy Oct Ot 3 3Judgc Judge W H HKing HKing HKing
King of Ot Salt Sal Lake Lke City the Democratlo Democratlopartys Democrata Democrataprys Deniocrathspartys
nominee for addressed addressedthe nddr
partys prys or congress congess ssd ssdthe
the Democratic Democrtc county convention conventon here heretoday heretoay heretoday
today toay which met in the court house houseHe houst houseHe
He made mde a stirringpatriotic strngpatlotc and thor thoroughly thoroughly thoroughly ¬
oughly Democratic Democrtc speech speeh The con convention conenton convention ¬
vention enton received reelved him warmly warly and andheartily andheartly andheartily
heartily heartly applauded applaude his forceful re remarks l lmrk me memarks ¬
marks mrk especially epecially those In I denunciation denunciationof denuncaton denuncatonot
of the trust principles of the te Republi Republicanvparty Republ Republicanparty
canvparty canvpartyTlfc cn canpartyT11 art1
Tlfc Tl T11 feature of the resolutions resolutons passej p pby passe passeby
by the t e convention was the thl follow followsectlo flow flowsecto followsectio
sectlo secto condemning local 10 RepuWi4 RepuWi4federaofflceholders Rtpul Rtpulfeder Repul Repuledema
federaofflceholders feder edema ofceholders officeholders for particjjf particjjfin parte parteIn partic particin
in politics pout c Cs in absolute absolut violatlo violatloontinued vlolatloonUnued 101at0
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