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2 THE SALT LAKK li kiiiIItiLv SLJNUAY MAY ll a Y 10 1903
RUSSIANS HAVE HAVELEFT HAVEi HAVEilEFT HAVELEFTTHEFORTS
LEFT LEFTTHEFORTS LEFTTHEFORTSNew THEJOBTS THEJOBTSNew
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DOUBT GASSINI GASSOO 3IAXES MAris AN ANOTHBB ANo
OTHBB o STATEMENT STATEMENTEKING ST4TEMBNT ST4TEMBNTo
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TI EKING May t IThe The official at atNew atNew atr
PEKING r New Chwang who sent yester yesterday yesterdays ter terday ¬
day news of Russias R s alleged iegedaCt allegedaction ed edacUD
action aCt n at New Chwang and elsewhere elsewherein
in Manchuria telegraph i today that the theoccupation theoccupation theoccupation
occupation of the forts at the month montho mo mouthof th I
o of the th LMM > river was wa temporary iemp ry apd apdthat adthat
that the theBuMlans BWi1111n8 have h ve now withdrawn withdrawnOfficial wltbirawnaaleial withirawnQMdl
Official circles at Peking PeId are a raysti raystineci mystltied flh7tlfled
tied Their subordinates aubor inates at New NewChwftng NewCbwanc NewChwang
Chwftng have Jaavenot not reported the re reoocupattoa reoccupaUOa reouptIoft
oocupattoa of that place hence there therei8
1 i8 < a disposition U n to question que oD the correct correctness correctMfI correctmesa ¬
ness of the tileinformation information although the theauthor theautJaGr theauthor
author of yesterdays story toyltr l Is r consid considered con considesed d dd ¬
ered d to be b one of the th ablest and best bestInformed bestInformed
Informed foreigners in China ChinaAMKEIOA ChiDaOA ChinaAMBRIOA
AMKEIOA OA NOT NOTOKr INVOLVED INVOLVEDOmr
Omr Commercial Interests Are Fully FullyProtected FullyProtected FullyProtecte
Protected ProtectedParis ProtectedParI ProtecteParis
Paris May 9 Commenting 9Commen on the theManchurian theKanchurlaa theMancizurisia
Manchurian situation the officials o here hereay heresay heresay
say ay the French ambassador at St 51 Pe Petersburg Peteraburr Peteraburg ¬
tersburg has had ad an Interview on the thesubject thesubJect thesubject
subject with Foreign orel Minister J Lams Lamsdorf LmstIort IS2fl5dorf
dorf which brought broD < ht out a repetition of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the statement that Russia bad given givenpositive givenpOsitive givenpositive
positive assurances to tbUnlted the United States Statesthat States11Iat Stainsthat
that there would be no interruption of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the open door policy in Manchuria and andalso andalso andalso
also the assertion that the mission of ofGeneral ofGeneral ofGeneral
General Kuropatkin the Russian Rua Ruesta war warminister warmJnlllter warminister
minister to Manchuria was pacific pacificThe paciftcThe paclftcThe
The view held here is that Russias Russiasassurances Rus Russiasszeurances 1as 1asraQ
assurances raQ folly protect the United UnitedStates Unl UnfindStatea d dstat8
States commercial interests t The re reoccupation reoccupation reOccupation
occupation of New Chwang by h Russian Russiantroops Russiantroop 1an 1antroope
troops is clatatod c to be a wholly polit J Iitbl political I1t I1tIssI ¬
ical Issue between Russia RU88 Great Ifrlt Ifrltftn mttdn rIt rItak
dn ftn and Japan and as not Involving lnvolvi lnvolviAmerican
American commerce or any other otherAmerican other4merican other4merlcsn
American Interest InterestOoant interestaount t tOo
Ooant Oo nt Caartni the Russian Ruemanhr ambassa ambassador ambmsador ¬
dor said today todayWhen tQdayWhen tgdayWhen
When the whole truth te known kl1 wn it itwill ItwUJ
will 111 be found that Russia has net sO vio violated violated vielated ¬
lated a tingle D pledge made to any By na narlon ntlon naflon
rlon nor does she intend InteDdto to do so soMoreover soMoreover O OMoreover
Moreover whatever steps have been beentaken beentken
taken in Manchuria are only la self selfdefense ieltdefense elf elfdefense
defense defenseThe defenseThe defenseThe
The count called in person at the thedepartment thedepartment thedepartment
department of state to talk over the theManchurian the1Ianchurtan theManchurtn
Manchurian situation with Secretary
Hay and It is supposed he conveyed conveyedassurances eonveyedaurRcea conveyedasurances
assurances on the same lines to the thesecretary thefleCretal7 thesecretary
secretary fleCretal7There secretaryThere j jThere
There appears to be no oraeial om ot cial al de developmeBff developmeam doveIopme
veIopme velopmeBff in the matter today to be between between between
tween the calls 1ls of the Japanese and andRussian andBuulan andRussian
Russian representatives The state statedepartment statedPpartment statedepartment
department Is earnestly ear Uy striving to tolearn toINrn toinarn
learn toe facts in regard to which there thereseems thereSHmlll thereseems
seems to be much doubt Strong die disparities dlsi1tti dieparities
parities i1tti ll in the statement as to what whathas whathu whatbaa
has taken place in Manchuria come comefrom comefronr comefreer
from differing motives for the Rus Russian Russian Ruesian ¬
sian and Japanese movements make it itdifficult ItdJUlcult ItdIlcult
difficult for the state department dflNUtmentte8bpe to toshape toshape
shape a course The indications lrHDca tions ire iretbit re reth retM
th tbit tM t action n wilt be deferred until the thedepartment t1iedepartt thedepartment
department is sure of otthe the facts factsJAPAN tactsJAPAN factsJAPAN
JAPAN DISAPPOINTED DISAPPOINTEDHasS DESAPPOINTED1Ist DISAPPOINTBIBanSo
HasS ytoK Fi Received Little Support SupportPro Supportrom
2 Pro rom ro the Other Powers PowersWashington PowersW PowersWahtntton
Washington W n May 9 tMr Mr Takahlra Takahlrathe
the Japanese e minister had a long in interview interv intervlw ¬
terview terv with Secretary Hay at the thestate thestate thestate
state department today He manifested manifesteddeep manifesteddeep manifesteddeep
deep concern over the Manchurian sit situation situation sitnation ¬
uation but declared 1ared that the ueJegaUon ueJegaUonwall legation legationwa
wa wall withoutofficial wttho tom l l advices in the ab absence 81seaee atsenee ¬
sence of which eh he did not carte to die discuss dlscu diecuss ¬
cuss cu the matter There is an intima intimation intimation lntimation ¬
tion that Japan is disappointed dtsap OInted at the thecharacter thecharacter thecharacter
character of the support she has re received receiTed received ¬
ceived from other powers up to this thistimeTh thistime thistIinTnEr
timeTh time tIinTnEr In Mr her efforts to stop Russian al alleged al1eged 1 1leged ¬
leged aggression a Upon leaving the thestate thestate thestate
state department the minister ter took to oc occasion oeca orcasion ¬
casion ca to single out the following followingstatements foJlGwingHtatementa followingstatements
statements printed this morning morningIt
It is pointed out that Russia em employed employed employed ¬
ployed a saving vbac clauseIn clause In the promise promiseto
to withdraw from Manchuria the lan language language Ianguage ¬
guage being provided however that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the action of other powers shall not notstand notstand notstand
stand in the way WILo And the further furtherstatement furtheratatement furthertatement
statement that Russia Rus la it is under understood undertood understood ¬
stood now contends that this proviso provisowas provl8oWall provisowas
was violated by Japan n when she mob mobilised mobjibed mobilIwd ¬
jibed her fleet and otherwise showed showedsigns showedalps showedsigns
signs of military preparations which whichwas whichWall whichwas
was construed as a menace to Rus Russia Russia Ruesie ¬
sia siaCommenting
Commenting upon the latter state statement statement statement ¬
ment he Mid MidSuch a1clSuch saidSuch
Such s contention If made Is un unwarranted unwarranted uswarranted ¬
warranted Mr Takahlra adding that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there had been nothing in the move movement JIIOvemeat movemeat ¬
meat of the Japanese navy that could couldbe couldbe couldbe
be construed as a menace to Russia RussiaThe RuselLThe RussiaThe
The movements of Japans war warships Warblps1d warships ¬
ships blps1d mid the minister are simply
incidental to our spring rtng maneuvers and andare andare andare
are as devoid of politicalsignificance politicalsignificanceas politlcal slgnlficanoe slgnlficanoeas
as wehe ebe your 1 naval maneuvers mane Jvera in the theCaribbean theCartltbeaa theCazjbbean
Caribbean last winter winterBBEHSH winterIEtSE I ter terBa
BBEHSH Ba IEtSE NOT NOT AQAEMSD AQAEMSDIt ALA1t LABDIt D DIt
It I X Jot Believed Ueved HussiaWill Rl1ssi Will Be Beriously Besly BeousIy
riously sly Aggressive AggressiveLondon Aggre AggresteLndoii e elAft
London May IThe The British Brttlsh foreign foreignoffice foreignoftlce foreigno
office o ice Is without any an official news of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Russian action at New Chwang
The subject has not been mentioned by byeither byeither byeither
either the ambassador ado at a aifSt St Peters Petersburg Petersburg Petersburg ¬
burg or the British cb rhjnfcnt daffaires daffairesat
at Peking PeklqThe PekingThe PekingThe
The foreign p1 office bjre i4e JMreiLI also has not notbeen notbeen notbeen
been informed of aiqt a an intention tJd ntJon on the thepart thepart thepart
part of the United tt tf te s In cooperat cooperating cooperatIn8 cooperating ¬
ing with Great Britain and Japan in a aJoint ajoint ajoint
Joint protest Such cooperation would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be warmly welcomed and nd would come comeas eemeas comeas
as a pleasant surprise to Downing Downingstreet DownlnpstlEet Downingstreet
street in view of f the state depart departments departmentll departmonte ¬
monte declination hitherto to act actJointly actjoinUy actjointly
Jointly with Great Britain though thoughadmittedly thoughadmittedly thoughadmittedly
admittedly working for a common ob object object objeet ¬
ject The foreign office te Inclinedto Inclinedtoregard Inclined to torecard toregard
regard Russian Rua activity at New Newhwang Newhwan Newhwang
hwan hwang a all a measure originally in intetided intellded inteeded
tetided to o synchronise e with the de demaadt demand demasde
maadt on China but owing to the pre premature prematu promature ¬
mature matu revelation of the demands ncl the theplans thepla1ll theplans
plans miscarried In view of the vig vigorous vigorous vigorous ¬
orous protest addressed ed to Russia in inthe Intbe inthe
the interim the tbeforelp foreign office does not notbeUee not notbelieve notbelieve
believe she to I likely to take seriously seriouslyaggressive seriouslyaggressive
aggressive step in the near future futureNO tntreXO futureNO
NO CAUSE FOB POALABTd POALABTdSecretary AltASM AltASMSecretary ALAR ALARSecretary
Secretary Hay y Has Gone Back Into IntoHis IntoRis IntoHis
His Shell ShellWashington ShellWashhacton ShelLWashington
Washington May S IThe The state de department ctprtmeltt dopartmelft ¬
partment has received from 3tfbtet terConser Lb leter leteronger r rConger
Conger onger confirmation of the Associated AssociatedPress oeIatePrea AssociatedPress
Press dispatch from Peking that the theRnwBamt theR theRuassud
RnwBamt R reentered New Chwang and andthen anthen antithen
then retired retiredThe retltedThe retiredThe
The receipt of this advice a vlce late iat in the theday theday theday
day brought relief to a strained situa situation situation sltuation ¬
tion and It wm wa decided by the depart department department departmeat ¬
ment that there was no longer occasion occasionfor occasionfor ocsionfor
for action even diplomatically at this thisstag thisstag
stag 5 Count C t Cassini in the course of ofhis ofblstlllk ofhis
blstlllk his fBt with Secretary Hay today todayearnestly todayearnestly todayearnestly
earnestly impressed upon the secretary secretaryhis
his conviction that the Russian gov government government government ¬
ernment had lived up to its agreements agreementsand
and in view of these representations representationsSecretary representationsSecretary representationsSecretary
Secretary HaT did not hesitate to dis dissipate dissipate diesipate ¬
sipate the impression that might have haveexisted havfexisted haveexisted
existed that there remained any need needfor needfor needfor
for diplomatic action relative to Man Manchuria Manchurla Manchurla ¬
churla by b the United states Great GreatBritain GreatBritain Greatritin
Britain ritin and Japan JapanThe JapanTbe JapanThe
The situation consequently lapses lapsesback Iapsesback lapsesback
back to where it was after at er th the original originalKussian orlgtnall originaliZussian
Kussian l disclaimer which followed the therifmands th thopmands theirnands
rifmands upon China two weeks ago agomid agodId agoud
mid ud for the present the attitude of the thenlted thernHed thenlted
rnHed nlted States Stat government will be aim simaiv 81mw aimiir
aiv iir oae > ne of observance
DIABQUCAL DIABQUCALDtEDOFBFIA DIBQL1CALDEED IABOLJCAlDEED
DEED DtEDOFBFIA DtEDOFBFIAInfernal 1or I OFM MAFIA MAFIA1nfernaiMachine AFIA AFIAI
Infernal Inf 1nfernaiMachine rn MBchi Machine e Placed Pta d on Pier Pierof Pierf Pierof
of f Steamer Umbria UmbriaAUTHORITIES Um6riaAUfHORITIES UmbriaL
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L C CAUHcRITIESWERE
AUTHORITIES AUHcRITIESWERE WERE WARNED WARNEDMBS
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MRS S B TVrTTNER OF SALT SALT LAKE TATTFONE LAXEONE LAKEONE
ONE OP THE PASSENGBBS PASSENGBBSNEW PAoSSENGImSI PAoSSENGImSNEW PASSENGBBSYORK
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YORK YORK May 9An 9 An infernal infernalmachine tafernalmachine
NEW 1 machine eonnected with 106 pound poundo p poun4sof un4 un4otQJDmfta
o otQJDmfta of dyaamUd was found in a box boxn boxthe boxen
en n the CUnard pier today According Accordingto
to th Ute expert opinion oIKnienot of the superin superintendent superintencient superintendent ¬
tendent J pf f the bureau of combustibles combustiblestie
tie box was found and put Into the theriver theriver
i river just in thenlok the nick of time to pre prevent prevent prevent
vent it from exploding and demolishing demolishingthe
the pier and the Umbrfa which was wasalongside wasaJon wasaIongeid
aJon alongside lde and about to sail saIIThebox saIITheboxwas The box boxwas bo bowas
was left at the pier yesterday in an anapparent anapparent anOpparent
apparent attempt to have it placed placedaboard
aboard with the baggage ot the passes passengers paseengers passesgore ¬
gers The Umbria sailed a few minutes minutesafter minutesfter minutesafter
after fter the box was discovered and all allon allon allon
on board bo rd were wer in ignorance of the at attempt attempt attempt ¬
tempt to place the infernal machine machineaboard machlneaboatd machineaboard
aboard th the vessel vesselSetter vesseliettcr eelrietter
Setter rietter Prom Mafia MafiaThe MafiaThe NafiaThe
The discovery dl eove of the box wa was due to toto toto toto
to the following letter received at po police P0lice ¬
lice headquarters today addressed to toCommissioner toOomuIlestoner toiemIiIissione2
Commissioner Greene GreeneDear Gr GleeneDear ene eneDear
Dear Sr SirThe The Mafia greets you and andwishes 9ndwishes andwishes
wishes you well wellAt wellAt eU eUAt
At the Cunard dock Is a box con containing contalnl contaming ¬
taming talnl g 1 1CO 0 pounds of dynamite In Inside Inside Inside ¬
side also is a machine properly set setand setand setand
and explodes explode itself I lt any time tme within withinthirtysix wihin wihintirtsix withinthirtysix
thirtysix tirtsix hours hoursThe JioursThe our
The society siety has dqclared d clare war 1 against agalnt
England Enr and ad has ordered qrdere the th destruc destruction detc detcti destruction ¬
tion ti of every eve steamer stemer flying fyJng the British Britishflag Brtsh Brtshfag Britishflag
flag fag that tt sails Sl out of New York York harbor harborThe hb harborThe
The he undersigned uIersge received reeIve orders to tobegin tobn tobegin
begin bn operations opetons by sinking the Oce Oceanic Oceanic 0ccasic ¬
anic anic but bt so s many mny women and children childrentook chidren chidrent6k childrentook
took t6k passage pge on that boat bot that the theplans theplans theplans
plans were changed at the last minute minuteThe minute minuteThe
The Th machine machin in the te box bx the te first ftrt made madeand madead madeand
and ad a crude crde affair afalr is enclosed enclose simply
to show how easy esy it i is to sink a steam steamer stem stemer ¬
er and d to convince those interested interete that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the society Jlety is I not making idle threats threatsWar threts thretsWa threatsWar
War Wa on British Britsh Vessels VesselsThe VesselsuThesciety VesselsThe4soclety
uThesciety The The4soclety soelety has undertaken to clear clearNew ctr ctrNe clearNew
New Ne York YO harbor habror of British Britsh ships and andit andi andit
it i will 1l succeed succeedThe succeedThe succeedThe
The reason rean for this movement Iemnt the thesociety thesiety thesociety
society siety does not wish to disclose disose Suf Suffice Su Sufflee ¬
flee it i to say sy that the society socIet in order orderto ordr ordrto orderto
to protect prtct itself iselt must carry c the war warinto warint warInto
into int the te enemys eneys country countr and and goes goeswithout g gwtout goeswithout
without wtout saying syIng that tht it I proposes prop to t wage wageit wagei
it i as fiercely fercely as It I knows knws how howThis 1w 1wThis flowThis
This is the societys first frst and last lastwarning lastwnlng lastwarning
warning wnlng and nd those tho setYs who Wo propose prPs to topatronize toptoRlz topatronize
patronize ptoRlz British Brtsh steamers steamer must take taketheir takether taketheir
their ther chances in In the future futureThe futureThe futureThe
The society siet asks aks and gives give no quar quarter quarte tiuarter ¬
ter te so s Lay on lay on MacdufC and anddamned anddmne anddamned
oI Macuf
damned dmne Enough EnuJ be b he that first cries Hold HoldEnough HoldEnuJ HoldEnough
PIETRO PITRO DE MARTINI MARTINIP MTINI MTINIP
ep P S SThe The battery batters ds not attached attachedfuses atace attachedfuees
fuses fs without wlh ut caps cap and lighters lghters not notsejL notsl notset
set sl Consequently qnsequenty thereJSTIO tperelsO danger dager in inhandling InhnUnl InMndUng
handling hnUnl the te tkebox tkeboxDetectives b box boxDetectives
Detectives Deteotv s Pound Fotd the te Box BoxThe BoxThe ox
The letter leter was wa mailed maied at the th general generalpostofflce generl generlptotce generalpostothce
postofflce ptotce this ts morning Detectives Detectiveswere Detetve
were at once sent snt to the pier and the thesearch te thesearch
search srh was wa begun bgn for the box bx ar arrangements a arrangements ¬ I
rangements ements being bing made that tht the Um Umbria Umbri Urnbria ¬
bri bria would ould not sail si until unt the box x was wasfound wasfound
found fond or o it was a proved that ta it i was was not noton nt nton noton I
on the pier or in the te vessel esl After Ater a asearch 3 asearch
search sch of the te passengers psenger baggage bgsge the thebox thebox
box bx was as found in the middle of a large largepile largepie largepile l
pile pie 4t f baggage bgage near ner the gangway nay of ofthe o othe ofthe
the first frs cabin passengers Two detect detectives dettive detectIvee ¬
e p enget
ives ive carefully Crfully picked plc1 up the box bx and andcarried andcare andcarried
carried care It i to the end en of the pier The Thepassengers Thepngrs Thepassengers
passengers pngrs had d no n intimation Intimato of what whatwas whatw whatwas
was w going on and therefore therffor no one onewas onewa onewas
was wa frightened frghtene The he box bx was ws opened openedand opne openedand
and found to contain cntain clockwork clocwork that thatwas thatin thatas
was as in motion moton A rope rop was fastened fastenedabout fastene fastenedabout
about abut the box bx and it i was gingerly low lowered lowe lowered ¬
ered e into Int the water waterBox waterox waterBox
Box ox Contained Contined Dynamite DynamiteAfter Dymte DymteAte DynamiteAfter
After Ate the Umbria Umbri had sailed sild the t pier pierwas pIerwa pierwan
was wa cleared clre of everyone eve one except the themen them theThen
men m from f the bureau of combustibles combustiblesand cmbuble
and ad the box bx was raised ra and placed placedcarefully plac placedcarefully
carefully cretuly on the pier pierThe pie pierThe
The box bx was found foun to be b forty fort inches incheslong inche incheslong
long log twenty inches Inche wide Ide and twenty twentyinches twentyinches twentyInches
inches deep mde made of new pine plJ un unpalnted unpinte Unpainted
painted of good goo workmanship workanhip and andstrongly andstnY andstrongly
pinte o
strongly stnY built buit the top being fastened fastenedwith fastenedwth fastenedwith
with wth a heavy staple stple and ad padlock pdlock A Aslight Ah Aslight
slight h examination examinatoft of the te box bx at the thepier thepir thepier
pier pir showed that it i contained contne 100 100pounds 10 100pousds
se
pounds pul of dynamite dyamie and an that the fuse fusein fuseIn fusein
in the t box bx had been ben ignited IgIe at some sometime ome ometme sometime
time tme When the box Bx was wa examined examinedlater eamine examinedlater
later at the bureau bureu of combustibles cmbusibles It Itwas Itwa Itwas
206 sticks of dy dynamite dynite dynamite ¬
was found to contain cntin 2 sck
wa
namite nite each eac weighing half hal a pound poundThere pund pundTere poundThere
There Tere were also al8 two dry dr batteries bterles and andthree andthre andthree
with the thedynamite thedynmie thedynamite
three thre fuses fuss two connecting cnneting wih
dynamite dynmie and ad one with Ith an electric eletric cigar cigarlighter cigr cigrHghter cigarllghter
lighter the bulb of which was ws filled filledwith fUe filledwith
with wih alcohol albL A train trin of clockwork clkwork was wasso wasso
so arranged that at a set st time tme a lever leverwould leverwould leverwould
would s arnge be relieved relive that tht would strike stke the thetrigger thetgge thetrigger
trigger tgge of the cigar cigr lighter and Ignite Ignitethe Igie Igiet ignitethe
the fuse fu The superintendent of com combustibles cm cmbustbe cornbustibles ¬
t
bustibles bustbe te J positive pitve that tat the fuse fus was wasburning wasburiagwhen wasburning
burning buriagwhen when the infernal Inlrnl machine machinewas mchine mchinews
was lowered into the water watr and ad that thatIt thatI thatit
ws lweed
It I would wouk probably probbly have exploded exle within withina wihin wihina
a few minutes minutesThe mhut minutesThe
The bo bx box was wa left tef at a the t pier pe by two twomen twome twomen
men apparently Italians ItUas who wh drove drve a alight aJlht alight
light me Jlht wagon won aprety and an who told td the th baggage baggagemaster bgge bggem baggagethat
master m that tat it would be b claimed clame by a apassenger a apssnger apassenger
passenger pssnger
pssngerIsectors Inspectors Isectors Opinion OpinionInspector Opiion OpiionI OjlnionInspector
Inspector I tr George Gerge McCluskey McCus1 Mcciusl ey of o the thedetective te tedete thedetective
detective bureau bureu said sid tonight tonightI
dete I am satisfied stsfe that this is i not nt the thework theol thewotit
work ol of o the Mafia Maa or any other ot1iel secret secretsociety set setIlety secretsociety
society Ilety The fact that tat the te letter leter re received recve received ¬
ceived at headquarters is i undoubtedly undoubtedlythe uno btely btelyte
cve hequaters
and andthat andtat andthat
the work of an intelligent intel8 ht person pln
te that tat the th machineitself mahtit1 machine Itself is I the product productat prouct proucto
at o 04 some sme Intelligent Intelgent person pern may my mean meanthat mn mntbat meaflthat
The Thewriter Thewie Thewriter
that both were the work of one oe
writer wie bth is evidently accustomed austome to t writ writIng writI writlag
lag I much mch and 1 hurriedly Aurrl That Tht I 1 Je only onlyone onlyo onlyone
one o detail detailAll dti detaiLA1l
All Al night we have haye been bn working worng ou outhe 0 onthe
the assumption that tat it was wa dynamite dynamitethat dy dynemitethat
t mpton
that the box bxcftttn boxcontalned contained Inspector Inp Mur Murray Murry Murray ¬
t
ray ry oCXhe fheHrea brean b rea of combustibles cbusti le rer rerported r rported
ported to me h that It 1 was wcyte wcyteOAe wasdynamite wasdynamiteOn dynamite dynamiteOn
prteo
On OAe the receipt rpt of o Information informn from fromthe fm fmte fromthe
the sttoerinfcendent of the t e Cunard Cuad pier pierthat pierthat
te
per perat
that at svtdent tke me m men who delivered deUvee the t box bx on onFriday 6 6Pay onFriday
Friday Pay said s that they ty came ce froth frothThirtyninth frm frmTblrtnlth fromThirtyninth
Thirtyninth Tblrtnlth street ste we have have made madehousetohouse mde a a ahousetohouse
housetohouse hou thus search srh from f river rver to toriver t toriver
rf river for fo the express epre wagon wOft and the thetwo t thedwO
two 0 men mn said ld to be b in charge chage of it itThis It IL ILThis
This ls search srh has been ben entirely entrely unre unrewarded unreWade unrewarded ¬
warded Wade It fer ipssible Impossible vto t tO find 1nd any anyrepresentative an anrprent anyreprtieentitfte
representative rprent t of the manufacturers manufacturerswhose Buctarer manufactreNwhose
whose wh name nme was wa on the te supposed sJ dy dynamite d dnmt dysemite ¬
semite nmt for tor their tr New York Yt office o was wasdosed wud wasrinsed
dosed d The only onl nty dues cue we have are are a acigar a acigar
cigar lighter the box bx the t dynamite dynamitedry dniti dnitic
lite
cr dry batteries btteie and U the te clockwork ckwrk Of Ofcourse Ofeour Ofcourse
course eour c we shall sal try t to find 1n where whee these thesecame the thesecame
came c from from fromIf I IIf
If I that box bx contained cntine dynamite dyit that thatis thatI thatIs
is I the most J horrible hor and damnable damnablething damnableting damnablething
thing ting about abut it I all al I hope hop that Uat it is 1 not noto notso
8 so o I lio do not no see ae if j It is dynamite dyatte how howthere hw hwUere bowthere
in there Uere it itPrescott could ou be any joke jke or plant plantin plat platin
FATPo PATMINE ELOSION ELOSIONPrett EXPLOSION EXPLOSIONPrescott
Prett Prescott Arts Aiz May Ma 9 tEIln LEixploelons Explosions in inthe Inthe inthe
the Copper Cobre Mining Mng companys companysmine sompenysmine BAS BASmine
mine Ce today toa resulted resle in sferkws rIous 18 injuries injuriesto inju injuto
to three te men me one of wham whe probably probablywill probablywill
will wl die d A drift bad b failed fae t te explode explodeand epl eplan explodeand
and an the men me were wee engaged gage in I drilling drillingit
it I out when whe it exploded explodedHoyt eploded eplodedHOYt explodedHoyt
Hoyt 3 eman ean who is a member membr Qf pfthe Qfthe Qfthe
the St S LmiiB fair far commission cmllon from frm Utah Utahreturn Ctb Utahrturfl
return turn yesterday tday from St Louis Luie On Ohhis Onhis Onhis
his way wy home hoe he h stopped MOPld over OVfr in DCS DCSMolnes De De DeMoines
Moines olne la 1 and Denver Colo Cob
MOB MU READY READYWFrHROPE READYWFrHROPEN READYWtTH WITH ROPE ROPENegro ROPENegro
Negro N gro Murderers in Jail Jai at atFre atFremont Fre Fremonti re remont
monti mont mont 0 in Danger D nger of ofBeing ofBeing ofBeing
Being Lynched LynchedFremont L LynchedFrement nched nchedFt
Fremont Ft 0 May lIay 9 sA A serious serou conflict conflictthe cnict conflictthe
the t outcome outme of labor lbor troubles tro bt s in this ofty oftyoccurred oJt ctYoccurred
oe occurred here he late tonight tnight Otto Oto Mif llt Mchheji chkft chkyr
28 years yr old o was wa shot and killed kled ad d Al Albert Albert l lbr ¬
bert br Chiraraell Gmmel fatally fatly wounded wounde the te shoot shooting shootIg shootll ¬
ing Ig ° ll being bng done dne by a gang of colored colore non nonunion nonun nonuijo ¬
union un uijo men three of whom are now in inJail InTe iniLLThe
Jail iLLThe others othersA The Te police pnce are ae searching for f r the theothers theA e epry
A party pry had taken tken place pta e at the Gum Gumroellhome Gumieii um umnl
roellhome nl ieii bm hone and ad as a the te guests gests were home homeward home borneward ¬
ward wan bound b they met a crowd cowd of colored coloredmen clotfd clotfdme cobordmen
men me Remark Remarks passed at which th thnegroes tl the thenegroes
negroes ng took tk offense ofene Pe and adte andthe the shooting shootng fel felAlbert fOilowed Ol Olle
le lowed Ing IngAlbert te the cre colored me men strng starting the shoot shootIng shioutIng
Albert Abrt Gummell Gummel was va shot in the te I Iand lag lagand
and an body by and ad his hi son R R C Gummel Gummelwas GummeUwa Gummeliwas
was wa shot at in the e leg
Otto Ot Mischke Mishke who came to the rescue rescuewMsbot reue reuet rescuerezhot
wMsbot rezhot t through trough the te heart and instantly instantlyThe Instty Insttyobe InstantlyThe
The obe police pU soon so arrested arested three tree colored coloredmen color coloredmen
men m all claiming Cleveland as their theirhome ter terhoa theirhome
hoa home Although Atough late when the te murder murderwas murderws murderwas
was ws committed cmmte the te news soon spread spred and andgreat ad adyt andgreat
great excitement exctment was wa created and and a amob
mob mo was wa soon En formed fored and started for forthe forthe forthe I
the jail J All but three tree of the negroes negoes in inthe int Inthe
the t party py escaped Iped IpedWlm escapedWilliam j
William Klmbro is theman the an who Is be b believed i
Iteved live to have hve killed kle Mischke Mschke he having havingpartially havlugpUly havingpartially
partially pUly made a confession it i is i = said saidRevolvers sid sidRevlver saidRevolvers
Revolvers Revlver which had recently rcenty been bee dis discharged discharge discharged ¬
charged charge and ad reloaded reloded were found on the thepersons thep thepersons
persons p of the th three tree arrested negroes negroesCleveland neges negesClven negroesCleveland
Cleveland Clven May lIay W 1 210 a a m mA A bulletin bulletinjust bulatn bulatnjt bulletinjust
just jt received reie from frm Fremont says s S the mob mobstill mobsl mobstill
still sl surrounds srund the te jail jai clamoring for forthe forte forthe
the te prisoners prlS A false flse alarm alar of fire fre has hasbeen baswith hasbeen
been turned in with the hope ho hopeof pf o scatter scattering s scatterIng ater aterb ¬
ing the crowd crowdThe crowdThe
The b police pi are ae using every ever effort efort to torevent toevut toprevent
prevent revent evut the te prisoners riner falling falng into the theands thehan theSands
ands han of the t mob and at this hour ex express e oxpress ¬
press pr the th hope hop of a being able to do so soCLEVELAND soMR soa soMR
MR CLEVELAND CLEVELANDDOESNT CLEVELANDDOESNTWANT
DOESNT DOESNTWANTIT DOESNTWANTITdnUn WANT IT ITI ITCbntlnued
I dontinued dnUn on onPag onPagnot PagVyi Page i inot 7 7not
not risk rI Klin Im asa asa candidate dadidatehatd a didai safd Mr MrBryan MrBlan MrBryan
Bryan Blan BryanBut < t tBut
But Sir r Glevejanit elVeJa CI ve1anbas dJas ihas1 ihas1apparently apparently apparentlycome app renty rentyme
come out t of retirement andmany
me 0 otrtremet andnany sup supjjose SUPI SUPIp Suphe4s
jjose p he he4s te i seeking lu the nonuriatTon nomInaton re remarked re remarked
marked make the te News NeW mail mailI faW i
I am am not In Mr r Clevelands con conrfore confdence confidence
fdence fidence sUl salt Mr Bran Bryan and thereI thereIfore there therefore
fore cannot cnnot give any inside explanaT explanaTtion explana1 explana1tn explanation
tion tn but as a an outsider outider I venture ventue to tosay tosay
say sy that tat his purpose is to positively positivelyrefuse positvely positvelyrefuse positivelyrefuse I
refuse to be a a candidate after afer awhile awhileand awhie awhieand awhileand
and then allow his friends frlds to Say that thathe thare thatIe
he e would have been nominated and andelected andeted andlected
elected eted had ha he not refused to run runThis rn rnh15 runThis
This h15 might afford aiord Mr M Cleveland Ceveland some somesatisfaction somestsfacton somesatisfaction
satisfaction stsfacton as a salve for the bruises bruiseswhich bruiseswhIch bruiseswhich
which he has nursed since 1896 There Thereis
nurse
is a tail tl of the Democratic Democrtc party which whichwas whic whichwas
was very ver nearly pulled puled out seven years yearsago yearsago yearnago
ago that is just as a monopolistic monopoUstc in its itstendencies it Itstendencies
tendencies tEndences as the Republican Republcan party is isScores isScores IsScores
Scores Several Sev ral Journals JournalsThere Jouals JoualsThere ournalsThere
There are also a number of news newspapers new newp newpapers >
papers p eI calling lng themselves the e1Yes Democratic Democraticthat Democrat Democrat Democratthat
that are ar as monopolistic monopoUsc and I rail railname itIlLname l lnme
name nme a few of them The Chicago ChicagoChronicle ChicagoChronIcle ChicagoChronicle
Chronicle Nashville NashvJe American Aerican Louis Louisville Luis Luisle Louisrifle ¬
rifle le CourierJournal CourieJournal Boston BostonH Herald HeraldPhiladelphia HerpldPhiladelphia rpd rpdPhUadelphi
Philadelphia PhUadelphi Ledger New York Times TimesBrooklyn TlmsBroklyn TimesBrooklyn
Brooklyn Broklyn Eagle Egleand and some sorneothera others This Thisclassof Thisclassof
classof claof newspapers nwpapers canbe relied reIed upon uponto UpOJ UPOtto
to support sppt any Republican Republcan pollcJes poU Ies3ie Ies3iefinanclerzof es e efinanciers eftnanesof
financiers ftnanesof of the > country count are interested interestedin interes ed edin
in They Tey keep up an attack attck on minor minorthings minorthings minorthings
things and sometimes smetes attack attck individual individualRepublicans IndividualfepubUcns individualRepublicans
Republicans but they are so closely closelyallied closehale closelyallied
allied ale fepubUcns to organized wealth wealh that they theysimply theysmplY theysimply
simply smplY deceive deeive the people peple If I there therewere therewere therewere
were a law Ja compelling compeUng these news newspapers newspper newspapers ¬
papers pper to carry cr the names of the men menwho men1ho menwho
who dictate their teir policies at the head headof headof headof
of the editorial eiorial page the people would wouldknow wouldkw wouldknow
know kw that the supposed editors edior had hadlittle hadltte hadlittle
little ltte or no voice These socalled socned Dem Democratic Demoatc Dernocratic ¬
ocratic oatc newspapers can be b depended dependedupon depende dependedupon
upon upn t t to defend cefedanyDemocrat any Democrat who be betrays betas betrays ¬
trays tas his ks partSf pry and 1hist Jiist ist constituents constituentsand cnsttuent
and abuse any Democrat who cannot cnnot be becorrupted b bcrue beeorrimted
corrupted corruptedThis eorrimtedThbs
crue
This Thi class cas of newspapers represents representsas representsa
as a public publc sentiment sntment that which they theydesire theydeire theydesire
desire deire timent timentMr tnt timentMr the people ppl to think tinks is public publc sen sentiment sentnt seatiment ¬
Mr Bryan Bran said sId this thi In a way which whichmade whichmde whichmade
made mde it I plain that he thought this just justwhat justwht Justwhat
wht what was w done in the extensive etensive com comments comment cornments ¬
ments ment on the ovation ovaton given gven Mr M Cleve Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland ¬
land at Stt SM Louis Luis on dedication dedlction day dayMr dayMr dayMr
Mr Bryan Bran also alS made It i plain that he hedid hedi hedid
did di not nt consider cnsider the thE Teception Tecepton given givenMr gven gvenMr givenMr
Mr Cleveland Clev Jnd as being bing connected so sofar sofar sofar
far as the people who made the noise noisewere noisewere noisewere
were concerned cncer in the least wih with a apresidential apresidental apresidential
presidential presidental boom for the sage sge of ofPrinceton ofPrnceton ofPrinceton
Princeton PrincetonThe Prnceton PrncetonThe PrincetonThe
The Candidate Next Year YearWho Yearo YearWho
Who o is to be the savior of f the De Democracy Demorcy Dcinocracy ¬
mocracy morcy In 1904 190 and from what stv stvtion s stion stCtion
tion of the country coutr must he come comeMr comer comeMr
Mr r Bryan Brn was wa asked askedI aked akedI
I cannot cnnot discuss any ay available ayaiable In Individual Individual indivldual ¬
dividual for the nomination nominaton he said saidThe midThe saidThe
The geographical gegphIcl position positon of the can candidate cn cndiate candidate ¬
didate diate will wIl not figure fgure in the te advantages advantagesIt advantges advantgesI
It I matters mates not whatstate what state Jie e is from fromHe fromHe fromHe
He must have the qualities qua1tes if l we e are areto areto areto
to win He must be in sympathy sympath with withthe wih wihth withthe
the th masses ma < s of the people and possess possessthe possessthe possessthe
the moral courage to t defend def nd their theirrights thefrright theirrights
cOJra
rights right and n the integrity IntegIty to resist resisttemptatioH7 resisttemItatJ resisttemptatoii
temptatioH7 temptatioH7On temItatJ T TOn
On what Issues iss e will v1 the theDemooratc theDemooratcprty Democraticparty Democratic Democraticparty
party base its hopes for for1 fors success ccess next nextyear nextyear nextyear
year prty 1t V1 V1A J JA SA
A party pryplatforin rty platform platfor cannot cnnot be outlined outlinedso outlned outlneds
ahead Conditions constant constantly ¬
so far Conditons are
s
ly changing chging ed and something something Is liable 1abla to torise toris torise
rise ris to tplace toplace place an entirely entrely new phase on onthe onthe onthe
the s situaflten n from what it appears appearstoday appers apperstay appearstoday
today todayWJhfcit tay WJhfcit WDfllt do o you thinkofthe thik o te idea ide in insome insme insome
some sme quarters that the powerful Wall Wallstreet Wansteet Wallstreet
street steet Interests intret are to oppose President PresidentRoosevelt PresIdentRovel PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt as the Republican Republcan nominee nomineeThere nomineeThere nomineeThere
Rovel tfe
There Is no n evidence evidenc of It I outside of ofthe orte ofthe
the news that IB i controlled cortroned by Wall Wallstreet Wansteet Tall Tallstreet
street steet te The bureau bueau of commerce commerc and andthe andte andthe
which is said td have havebeen havebeen
the Elkins Elkns bill bi sid iav iavbadrred
been te badrred drafted by thepresident U the epresl presldent imt of the thePennsylvania thePennlvaa thePennsylvania
Pennsylvania Pennlvaa railroad rairoad are an Insig Insignificant Inslgnifcnt insignhlicant ¬
nificant lation nifcnt resppnse reppne for antitrust anttrust legis legislation legs legslation legislatbon ¬
Boosevelt Rosevelt and ad Coal Strike StrikeWhat Stike Stiket StrikeWhet
What t do you think of 01 Presidef PresidentRoosevelts PresidefRovels PresidefRoosevelts
Roosevelts Rovels efforts frttYll toward tosytr a a settlement settlementby setteml
by arbitration of the coal strike strikeT striketink strikeir
ir T abtrtio think tink they tey th were laudable I have havealways havewy havealways
always wy believed 1fe e strikes strike should sh uld be set settled setUe settied ¬
tied Ue in that tt war warSow wa waJ warow
Sow ow do you feel fl about the theteral merger mergerdecision mergerdecision
d decision J onln c in the Northern Norther Sectiritief Sectiritiefcaaer Secnrl Secnritte Secnrittecase
caaer caaerIt case T TIt
C It wa w wee a righteous rIghteus decision d iS iOft and I Ihope Ihope
hope it will wU be b sustained by the te su supreme supeme Snpreme ¬
hp i
preme court curt But the merger merer does not notscarcely notscarcely I
scarcely peme ly touch tuch the trust question queton It Itis I ItI
is I a fact fat that tt the people peple are paying payingtribute pying pyingtrbut payingtribute
tribute 1 to a large lage number nUJber of trusts trust to today t todat ¬
trbut
day and ad this tis is conclusive evidence evidencethat eyldece eyldecetkat evidencethat
that d the th present prnt law is not adequate adeuate Or Ornot ernot 1 1not
not properly vrndy enforced enforcedThe enforcedThe enforcedThe
The merry mr volces olce of Mr lr Bryans BryanschDdren Brans BransckUr Bryanschtjdren
chDdren were heard at play pl and a d the theeotxecpondent thee1ndent theeorreepondent
ckUr eotxecpondent e1ndent asked ake Mr llr Bryan Bl an what whathe wh whathe t
he thought thouht of President Prel ent Roosevelts Rooseveltsaound Rooseels Rooseelsaud RooseeltSsound I
sound aud of alarm regarding race suicide suicideHe suicideHe suicideHe
He answered awere with wih Mr l Dooley that thatrace tat tatrc thatrace
race suicide sicde was in spots Iots and that tlt it itdepends ItdepR itdepends
depends rc largely Jgely on the te street whether whetherfamines w1ete whetherfamlfles
depR Mr MrBryan MrBra MrBryan
famines fane are a perceptibly prcepUbb Small smal i
Bryan detailed one of his children chidren to toshow toshw toshow
show Bra the detie correspondent cepondent his carriages carriageshorsea carriageshd carriageshdrses
shw horsea hd cattle cttle hogs chickens and ad the thefarm thearm the1arxn
farm arm Pointing Pointng to three fine fne specimens specimensof
of the swine family fmiy the little ltle guide guidesaid guidesid guidesaid
said sid tl The name of that one is Sixteen Sixteento
to One the te mother of this tis litter lte and andthe andthe andthe
the Hanna Hn other oter the te father tater is named Mark MffirkHanna MarkHnna MakHn
a o oMilton
Milton ton Stark StarkPeru Strk StarkPeru
Peru Pe Ind nd d May May9Mton 9 9Milton Milton Stark Start mil mil14oare mi mUIlonaIre
14oare philanthropist phUntroplst and banker died diedtonight diedtonight
tonight tlgbt of paralysis f rysIs aged 54 54years years yeas He Hewas Hewa Hewas I
was wa president preident of the FirstNational FirstNationalbank Firt First Natona National Nationalbank
bank bnk at Peru and and banks bak atSlonttcello atSlonttcelloDelphi atMOrd atUcht1celIoDelphi enb
Delphi and a Tipton TlptoRHe HeAvas RewaspreIdeiit RewaspreIdeiitor wa president presidentof prSden prSdenof
of the Indiana India Manufacturing Maufacturlng icun icunpa corns cornspany com compatty j
patty pa employing emplo ng 650 6 O men His hofdr hofdrings hofchings hoi4ings
Indiana Indian ings in real rea estate ette are in all 01 parts p rts of ofIndiana ofIndian ofIndiana
NURSERY WON IN INDRIVING INDRIVING INDRIVING
DRIVING FIN1SHJ FINISH FINISHAdvantage FINISHAdvantage
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Advantage Ad nt ge Captures the6fOOO the6fOOOState the the6000Stoke 6rOO 6rOOSt
State St Stokeb StokeICULATES a < k e eBl ite itePBQYES
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PROVES PROyTOO TOO PAST F ST FOB FdR OLEG OLEGL OU ENG ENGLAND ENGLAND ¬
LAND L AT MOBBISvEAEL MOBBISvEAELLouisville MORm1K MORm1KLu MOREI AEX AEXI AEXLouleriule
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Louisville Lu le Maj M Ma a iL4t At tfhO ifacf tIIO ChStrchltf ChStrchltfDowns CHct CHctDOWD ClurehfliDowns
Downs DOWD today thjCNiirsery tbeNarscri r stakes st ke worth 5yorttiHG0 worthaooo
HG0 a and a equaM e equabua1uo walue e to ihrf h 8 Ke Kentucky Kentuckyand KentuckyDerby cky 1
Dr Derby brou brouglib six 1stri starer a all tOuted tOutedand
and well wel pla p1afri fec Sanctum Sactm owned owne by byGeorce byGe byGeorge
George Ge me 42 1 Benft B Bcnn SI > Co was as ridden rdde by
Cburw Cob Cobura urn wHjriTJSis wl1i nits s brought or o from fromChicago fromCcg fromChicago
Chicago Ccg especially ee edaliy a ly fof fofte forthe the mount and andwas andwas
was W made mad favorite favorte at even evemom money moneitWhen mun
When W he the fla fas flah fell Prince Pice Silver Wings Wingswas Wingswas
was wa in front frnt and kept the lead led until untiltbfty untl untltbJU untilthey
they turned tn into the stretch stretc when hen Ad AdvantageT Advaatg Advantage ¬
vantageT vaatg vantage T C McDowells Pirate Pirte of ofPenzance ofenzatce ofPenzance
Penzance enzatce filly fly cut out the running rnning fin finishing fini finlahing ¬
ishing i hln first frt In I a driving d1vI L finish IJ fnish from the thesixteenth te testeent thesixteenth
sixteenth steent pole ole while White Vt Plume and andSanctum ad adS andSanctum
Sanctum S ntum finished finishe second seond and ad third thirdSummary thIrdSumtar thirdSumtpary
Summary SummaryFirst Sumtar SumtparyFirst
First Flrt race nce selling elng six s furlongs furlonFeuron furlonFeuronwn furbongsFleuron furbongsFleuronwon Fleuron Fleuronwon
won Time wn Tlmel15 Tlmel15Secad Tirne115 Tirne115Second First Firt 115 115Second Chip Clp second seond Red Re Hook third thirdTime tird tirdTlmel15 thirdTirne115
Second Secad race five tve furlongSrCommodore furlongSrCommodorewon furlongsommodere furlongsommoderewon
won won Sam S rq Rosa Ros second ond Cardona Cardona third thirdTime thirdTlmlf thirdT1me1
Time Tlmlf T1me1 T1me1Third Itfe ItfeThird
Third Tlrdree race one mile mieBad mileBad Bad News won wonLeatoR won wonLeta wonLenten
141 Leta Lenten second sed incubator IUbtor third thir Time
141Fourth
Fourth race re Nursery Nurery stakes stake value
6000 0 2yearolds 3yerolds four and a half haI fur furlongs furlongAvantge furlongsAdvantage ¬
longs longAvantge longsAdvantage Advantage won White Whie Plume sec second secon seeoDd ¬
oDd on Sanctum Santu third Time Time5 Time54 Time54P11th 54 54Fifth
Fifth t race re steeplechase steepl chase selling selng full fullcourse ful fulldourseKingabong
course coursKnglng dourseKingabong Kingatong won Daruhl Darhl second secondDagmar secondDmar secondDaginar
Dagmar Dmar third Time Tlme25 Tirne2i6l 256 256Sixth
Sixth SI race mile mil and seventy sevent yards tard ards sell selling sel sellingBInelio ¬
ing IngBlne ingBInelio Blnebello Uo won Altona Alona second secondFlaneur secondPianeur
secon
Flaneur third tlr Time TIme14 TIme14Math Tizne146j Tizne146jldatch 146 146Slatch
Slatch Math Rce Race Goes Goe to Articulate ArticulateNew Acate Acateew
New ew York Yorky May SThe The renewal of the theMetropolitan the1bopUtn theMetropolitan
Metropolitan 1bopUtn handicap dlcap which virtually virtuallywas lrualy lrualywa
was wa a match mtch race rce between Green Greel B Mor MorrK Morr Morrls
rK Old Ol England and W V C DeB DeB Lopezs Lpezs Lpezstelate
r Articulate telate for 1000 0 a side with wih 1500 1500added 15 1500added
added adde was wa run rn at Morris Mord park today and and25XKW nd ndprons
25XKW persons prons saw sw Articulate Artculate gallop home homein homeIn homein
glop
in front frnt The e match was wa the outcome of ofthe otte ofthe
the te Metropolitan MetropoUtn run on Thursday Thurday when whenOld whenOld whenOld
Old England finished finishe second stcond to W C CWhitneys CWins CWhitneys
Whitneys Wins Gunfire Gunfre with wih Articulate Atculate com coming cm cmins cornma ¬
ing fast In the stretch after
ins t streth ater a a bad start startArticulates startAtculates startArticulates
Articulates Atculates victory victor today was a de decisive decisiye decisive ¬
cisive one as he went under the wire four fourlengths fourlengths fourlengths
lengths ahead ahed of the Morris Moris horse Old OldEngland OldEnJlnd OldEngland
England EnJlnd was favorite avrteatU at11 to 20and 2and 20 and he hecut hecut hecut
cut out the pace but failed to last last Sum Summary Summar Summary ¬
mary maryFirst mar maryFirst
First Firt race handicap last six furlongs furlongsof
of the Withers Wlte mile mleDurz mileDurazzo Durazzo wo wop i Black Blackstoak Blackstoe Blackstoek
stoak 113 stoe second Lady Ldy Uncas UncR third Time
113Second Second Send race rc8 last lat four and ad a half haI fur furlongs furlong furlongs ¬
longs long of the Eclipse Eclpse course coureExtra courseExtra Extra Law Lawwon Lw Lwnb Lawwon
won Mlno nb second seond Hopeful third Time Time53fe Timei Timei214
53fe i i214IIrd
Tqird rrd race rce the Biioquet B cquetstakes stakes selling solng
last la8 five furlongs furlons of the Eclipse Eclpse course courseRace coure courseRace
Race King won W Nameokl k second Green GreenCrest Gren Grenurt GreenCrest
Crest third k Time Time5 Time5Fourth r 5 6 6Fourth secoJ
Fourth urt race the te Tobaggan T baggn handicap handicapttiw bandicp bandicpElpe handicaptbW
ttiw Eclipse Elpe course coureMizzen courseMizzen MIzzen won Illyria Illyriasecond II lilyriasecend a asend
second send Invincible third thir Time TImelU TImelUFUth Time1U Time1UIfth 111 111Fifth ½
Fifth Ifth ra re e the te steeplechase about two twomtfts twoILaaUr twomuesLataur
mtfts ILaaUr muesLataur Laraur won Nepsonett second secondAdjlduclmo secondAdjidu secondAdjiducimo
Adjlduclmo Adjidu lmo third thIr Time Tlme5 Time355 Time355Sixth 355 355Sixth
Sixth raee special renewal of the Metro Metropolitan MetroDoltn Metronolitan ¬
politan Doltn handicap handlcp < the Withers Vitcr mleAr mleArtlculte mileAr mileArtiuIate mile Ar Articulate ¬
tlculte ticulate 112 1 Larson L n 8 to 5 won Old OldEngland 014England
England US 1 Bujlman BuJma u to 20 2 second secondTime secondTimeI secondTime1C
Time TimeI TimeISeventh Time1C Time1CSeventh 1 1Seventh
Seventh race rce the te Withers Wthers mile selling selng
Lord Lrd Tureo Tur won On n Dark Dak Planet second secondXJckshaw seond seondLckhw secondLickahaw
XJckshaw Lckhw third tir < Time Timel4G Timel4GBig Time140i Time140iBig 1404 1404Big
Big Haul Hau Made Made on Pool Booms BoomsSausallto Roms RomsSaslt RoomsSausalito
Sausallto Saslt Cafr Crj 1Ia May Iay 9 9The The biggest biggestcoup biggestCP biggestcoup
CP coup ever made1in made In the te history histor of the thepoolrooms thepolroms thepOolrooms
poolrooms polroms here hee was WI effected todaywhen todaywhenDurrazzo today when whenDurz whenDurrazzo
Durrazzo Durz won the tli first fir race rce at Morris Morrs MorrsPark MorrisPark j jPark
Park Park New Yerltviat Yer t 26 2 to 1 One bet of ofS
S 860 was w placed plce by b 1 an order frem Sacra Sacramento Sacra Sacrainentu ¬
mento met and an aatttHer l1r large wager wger was wasmadeby wasmade wasmadeby
made madeby > by a 8 Satj Sat Francisco nclsco plunger plun r The Thetwo Te TeWlrIsc Thetwo
two peolroonwjslace their losses loses at t 11 11King UKing
WlrIsc 1 1Xg
King Xg Edward Ewid at Horse Race HaceLondon RaceLnon RaceLondon
London Lnon Mgy lf d eI1ng Jvlng ng Edward Edwarwas was wa pres present pre preseet ¬
ent et at the Kempton Park meeting today todayto toay todaytowit
to 1 towit witness wite ess the race rce for the great gt Jubi Jubilee JCbtlee ub ¬
lee le handicap hanlo Tpellantl nant was wa first first the theDukeof theDuke theDuke
Dukeof Duke Of f Westminster Wetmnster was second secnd and andHazafi andH andHazafi
Hazafi H wl was third thir thi l Nineteen horses horsesStarted hore horses0arte
stat statCou 0arte 0arteCourt Started i iCourt
Court Cou Decides Decdes Who Wo Is Champion ChampionParis Cpo ChampionParis
Paris Pars May TtThe he second correctional correctionalnaux cr correctionmaltribunal cUol cUola
tribunal a toay heard the e case of Vig Vigneux
naux who claimed the t billard broth brotnshID eham ehampJonship ehamn1nship h
pJonship nshID of the th worldSB world as the result of the theinternational te telateraUonal theinternational
lateraUonal international tournament touament of last lat Febru February Febr Februar ¬
ary ar The claim em was wa contested cnte ed by b the tneother te teoU theother
other oU r participants Cure and Sutton Sutton The Thecourt Te Tecour Thecourt
court cour pclpt decided del e In favor of Vignaux Vigux and andawarded andawared andawarded
awarded awared him the championship prizes prizesVignaux prizesVlgnux prizesVignaux
Vignaux Vlgnux Sutton Sutt and an Cure won on the thesame thesme thesame
same sme number numbe of games in I the te tourna tournament tournamnt tournamont ¬
mont mnt at Paris In February Febra but Vig Vignaux Vignu Viglinux ¬
linux nu claimed claime the worlds championship championshipon
on the ground that he made the best bestaverage bst bstaverae bestaverage
average averae goun Sutton Sut and Cure Cue thereupon thereupn ap appealed appee appealed ¬
pealed pee to the courts cur with wih the te result resultabove resultabove resultabove
above mentioned mentionedLOCAL mentoned mentionedLOCALBRIFSS
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LOCAL LOCALBRIFSS LOCALBRIFSSBIG BRIEFS BRIEFSBIG
BIG REALTY TRANSFER TRNSFERKate TRANSFERKate Kate M MSawver MSawyer r rSaWer
Sawyer SaWer yesterday filed fled for record reord a war warxantv warratv warzesty
zesty ratv deed d conveying eveyln to G R Bothwell Bothwelltot Bothwel Bothwelv
tot 2 block 37 plat la A Salt Lake City Cityn Citysunrev
If il ila ilarhee arhee arhee1r
sunrev v for S 760 The b lot o is a at the cor corir
1r ir n r of Second ond East and Fifth Ffh South Soutbstreets Soutnsteet Southstreets
streets streetsMONET steet streetsMONE
MONET FOR OR i SC SCHQOLS SCUOOLSTlie The rum ruramasre rummle rummare
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mare mle sale sle held Saturday Sturday in the Spencer SpencerClayvson Spncer Spncer1awSn SpencerClawson
Clayvson 1awSn buildingon buiding on South Suth Main street by byth byt1 bybn
th t1 bn P E 0 for the th benefit beneJt of the theschools theschools
schools shoels netted nte the organization orlanlzaton 8325 8325the 325 325The 2
The e oroceede ore have been b n distributed distributedamontr distributedamong
among the schools s ls of the city cityTO el cityTO
TO INSPECT INSPEC OFFICERS OFICERThe OFPICEItSThe The regi regimental relmatal regimental ¬
mental matal officers offeers and an their staffs sUs of the theUtah theUth theUtah
Utah Uth national natona guard Hard uard will wil be Inspected Inspectedthis Inspte inspectedthis
this thi morning mondnl at the armory aror on Market Marketstreet Marketstreet arkt arktstt
street stt by Captain Cpti Sturgi Sturgis U S A The Thecantain ThecDtln Thecantaia
cantain cDtln has hs Just recently reenty completed cmplete an ahinsoection anInsDec anInsoecion
insoection InsDec lon of the te local loa commands cmmands of the theguard th thzard thezuard
guard guardHUGHES zard zardUGHES zuardHUGHES
HUGHES DISCHARGED DIS DISCHARGEDThe HIGEDThe The negro negroIke negroike
Ike 1 Bunnies HUloe who was accused aCus of being beingresponsible beingresponsible
responsible reonslble for the death of C R West Westwho Westwho Vest
who fell fel from a window windowof of 0 r the American Americanhouse Amerian Amerianhoue Americanhouse I
house houe on Commercial street stret was wa dis discharged dlschs1e discharged ¬
charged chs1e yesterday yetedey in the city criminal criminaloQprt criminalt criminaieWrt
oQprt t In th the preliminary orelmlnar hearing hecing there thereW4ws therew therewas
was w Insufficient fbftlcent evidence to warrant his hisbfJMMt kisb hisbx
bfJMMt b held to the distrlSt dltrft court courtCOLONEL curt courtCOLONEL
COLONEL rOLONE HANDLED HANDL COMING COMINGJgraternalism COMINGJaterlsmO COMINGThaternaliam
Jgraternalism JaterlsmO JaterlsmOwil will wil be b the te theme them of an anaJartsB anS andress
aJartsB dress S which Yhich Colonel John n L Handlenvef Handle Handley Handleyof
SfDenvef of ienvef nvef will deliver delver InL In L O O F hall hallon hal hailon
on Market Make w1 street ste next Monday evening eveningTn eenlngorr eveningThe
Tn The orator who is 11 supreme vice v com commander cm cmman cornmaxider ¬
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mander of the Fraternal Frteril Union of ofAmerica orAmrc ofAmerica
man America will l speak soak under the auspices of ofBverrreen otBvnc ofverxrden
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WHLL LL EARNED PROMOTION PROMOTIONRo PROMOTIONROd PROMOTIONROdnov Rod Rodnev
nov IS J Badger BadJer who w fop for o the past pst nine ninevears nineyears
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trained tirten the yer friendship frlen I tSonffdance ntdence and andwteem and8tm andesteem
esteem ninethe of a host h of neopte neoe e In In this thi region regionwho re regionwho lon lonwho
who 8tm will wl be b glad jta to ne hear her of his well wellearned wel wellearned
earned frne advancement advancementHIS advanceIent advanceIentI
HIS WATCH GONEJhn JN hn Martin Iartn a aminer amner awas
I miner was arrested by the th police polc yester yesterdv yeser yeserV yosterday
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Fowler Fowierof an of a watch wat e and d chain cHlr In lr the 76 76Baleen 7Ss1Ma 5 5salees
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fle neon u n a acharge > charge df Ofrobbery OfrobberySTOLEN J robberj robberjSTOLEN rbber rbberSTOLN
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contalxtna STOLN about bt 5 worto worth of stolen car cnrenter carneuter
cntlnne enter lad plumblqg umblnE toolswas discovered discoveredhr d db
b hr t1e the plee police yest5rday st day rhe e tool were werefoun werefound
foun found 1lden hidden uld updcr r 8 a su siitiply p1 house at atthe atthe
the Rio Grande Grnd by some boys by whose whos curi curiosity cur curioelty ¬
osity olty led le them toSnveaUgate te among the theiron theIron
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SHAMROCK III IS ISDOING ISDOING ISDOING
DOING WONDERS WONDERSTfratN WDNDERStnals
TfratN tnals That Is A Accordmg AccordTnto ord t to ReportsFrom Reports CpprtsFrom I IFrom
From Abroad AbroadHAS Abroadf AbroadHAS X XHAS
f
HAS SEVERAL TRIAL SPINS SPiNSI SPINSOriD
I I 1
OriD SHAMRomr APPARENNY Y YNO j
NO JCATCH MATCR IVATCEPQR FOnNEW POB NEW BOA BOAI Boi BOAIC BOAIeiirecic 1 1I I
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I Geurecfc f39111 ek Scodvad ScOtl May 9 9thCl sThoSharnrociz The > two twoShamrocks i iShaxnroeks
Shamrocks were were seat off this morning mOrhingrover morning morningoverara morningOver
over overara a sracing racing lnge u c c6urs urefferty fforty ferty miles miles start starting startlag ¬ i
lag from Gouroek aod Godtoekaronad CHlkaround around Marks 1IIarkSt td Pow Powder Powder ¬
der buoy Hunters quay and Skelmore Skelmorebuoy Ske1morabuoy Skelmorebuoy j
buoy Th The windblew wind blew about eight knots knotsand k 10Utand knotsand
and was strengthening str strgthealngThe J JTbe
1 The start start whttb was informstook informstookplace Informai inf rnnt took tookplace 1 1placet
place placet at Mi JO Both yachts carried club clubtopsails clubtopsails I Itopsails
topsails The Shamrock I led wide to towindward towIndward towindward
windward of the challenger Before a amile amile I Imile
mile was covered however the challenger challengerhad I
had worked to wtadward wld and had drawn drawnlevel drawnlevel drawnlevel
level with the older boat Captain Wringe Wringethen wringethen Wringethen
then eased the Sbamrock III with the theobject theobject theobject
object of giving the boats an even start starton starton starton
on the long run to leeward from Powder Powderbuoy Powderbuoy Powderbuoy
buoy which was turned as follows followsShamrock followsShamrock followsShamrock
Shamrock m 10424S Shamrock I
104253 104253Spinnakers 14253Spinnakers 104253Spinnakers
Spinnakers were then set t and then the theShamrocks theShamrocks theShamrocks
Shamrocks started down channel to toSkelmorlle toSkelmorUe toSkelmoriie
Skelmorlle the challenger opening a way wayShamrock laysteadily faysteadily
steadily Once fairly set gOing going the theShamrock theShamrock
Shamrock III ran away from her op opponent opponent opponent ¬
ponent in great shape and they passed passedGouroek passedGourock
Gourock as follows followsShamrock followsShamrock followsShamrock
Shamrock III 104630 Shamrock I IUOO I
110069 110069The UOO 110050The 8 8The
The old boat brought up a better wind windand windalld windad
and was closer off of Bullwood There the thewind thewInd thewind
wind drew southerly spinnakers were weretaken weretaken weretaken
taken in and the beats fetched down on onthe onthe Onthe
the port tack tackAfter tackAfter tackAfter
After passing Lunderston bay ba the theyachts theyachts theyachts
yachts squared away for Rothesay bay bayand bayand bayand
and it was soon evident that the plans plansof plansofthe of ofthe ofthe
the morning had been beeDchanged changed The Theboats Theboats Theboats
boats were not racing but were merely merelysailstretching merelYsailstretching merelysailstretching
sailstretching In Rothesay bay club clubtopsails clubdwrfistc clubtopsails
topsails were exchanged for working n top topsails topsails ¬
sails and dwrfistc a fresh start ra was made m On the thereturn thereturn g greturn
return journey the old 01 boat took the thewindward thewindward thewlndward
windward berth and had a decided lead leadbut leadbut I
but abreast of Leehlong the challenger challengersailed challengersailed challengersailed
sailed through Shamrock rs lee and was wasthirteen wasthirteen wasthirteen
thirteen seconds ahead ah ad off Gourock pier pierChallenger pierChallenger pierChaiienger
Challenger Leads When Desired DesiredDuring DesiredDuring DesiredDuring
During a series of informal I spins the theShamrock theShamrock theShamrock
Shamrock III was apparently able to totake totake totake
take the lead whenever Captain Wringe Wringedesired Wringedesired Wringedesired
desired The latter however was foiled foiledIn foiledIn foiledin
In one maneuver Fetching up from fromRothesay fromRothesay fromRothesay
Rothesay closehauled the challenger challengerclosed challengerclosed challengerclosed
closed rapidly on the Shamrock < I and andheaded andheaded andheaded
headed her with the object of passing to towindward towindward towindward
windward but Captain Bevis suddenly suddenlyluffed suddenlluffed suddenlyluffed
luffed Shamrock I forcing Captain CaptainWringe Captainrfnge Captainringe
Wringe rfnge inshore where the wind waslIghter was waslighter wasfighter
lighter For three miles the challenger challengersailed chaIlengersafled challengersailed
sailed close by the weather quarter of her heropponent heropponent herOpponent
opponent but was unable to get past pastSuddenly pastSudden pastSuddenly
Suddenly Sudden the yachts started on another anotherspinnaker anotherspInnaker anotherspinnaker
spinnaker run Off Greenock Green ek esplanda esplandathe
the Shamrock I bad a halfmile lead but butthe butthe butthe
the challenger passed pa her in a little over overa
a mile The challengers gearing gearingstretched gearingstretched gearingstretched
stretched during the trials trialsThe trialsThe trialsThe
The yachts ultimately were sent off on ona ona ona
a real racing trial The challenger out outpointed outpointed outpointed ¬
pointed outran aDd outreached the older olderboat olderg olderboat
boat They ran first with spinnakers to toCloch toCloch
Il Ilcaught
Cloch g h 1 five 7 miles s and the Shamrock III IIIcaught IIIcaught
caught her opponent and led her quite a aquarter aquarter aquarter
quarter of a mile at that point The Theboats Theboats Theboats
boats were thea broadreached to Skel Skelmore Skelmore Skelmore
more buoy buovThe buoyThe buoyThe
The wind wl d was a trifle unsteady and the thechallenger thechallenger thechallenger
challenger was rather better served She Shebeat Shebeat Shebeat
beat Shamrock I hollow turning the theSkelmore 1iheSkelmore theSkeimore
Skelmore end of her ninemile sail near nearly nearly nearly ¬
ly eleven minutes ahead ReachIng back backup backup backup
up channel to Cloch the challenger fur further further further ¬
ther improved until she was two miles milesahead mitesd mitesenltc milesahead
ahead d The h flniehtne stretch e was by the thewind thewind
wind and a the enltc challenger continued U d dopen to toopen toopen
open a away way and scored a decisive victory victoryfirst victoryfirst victoryfirst
first from the fourteen minutes and six sixteen sixteen sixteen ¬
teen seconds seco s in front of the older boat boatReliance boatRelianceTakes boatRelianceTakes
Reliance RelianceTakes Takes a Spin SpinBristol SpinBristol SpinBristol
Bristol R I M May y S 5The The Reliance ReMancereached ReUancereache4 Reliancereached
reached here from New Rochelle today todnyhaying tooayhavl todayhaving
haying havl been towed from Cornfield JJcht JJchtbecause X1 ight ightbecause ht htbecause
because of oftke the light wind Although Althougheverything AIthou AlthoughevenPthlng 11 11everYthing
everything was w s ready for hauling out outthe outthe outthe
the yacht in order that her underbody underbodymight underbodymight underbodymight
might be cleaned a brisk rlsk northeast wind windwas windwas windwas
was blowing and it was decided to give givethe givethe givethe
the new yacht a spin instead of putting puttingher puttingher puttingher
her OH the ways waysThe waysThe waysThe
The Constitution also made prepara preparations preparations preparatines ¬
tions to go out and from the haste die displayed dlsplaed dieplayed ¬
played it was thought thot she was trying to toget toget
get ready to give the Reliance a brush brushi bruShWhen brushWhen
i When the Reliance left her anchorage anchoragehowever ancborageBOWeer anchoragehowever I
however the Constitution did not fol follow follow follow ¬
low Instead she was taken in tow b bher by byher cy cyber ¬
her tender and started westward The TheRaliance TheRahiance
Raliance sailed back and forth about the theharbor theharbor thebarber I
harbor for several hours testing her sail sailIng sallnd sailing
Ing powers wers on different points volntsor of the thewind thewind
wind nd ndwers
4 4PROGRAMME
PROGRAMME HIGH CLASS CLASSGreat CLASSGreat CLASSGreat
Great Musical usical Treat in Store For To Tomorrow Tomorrow ¬
morrow Evening EveningThe
The programme for the tabernacle con concerttomorrow concerttornOrrOW ¬
certtomorrow evening g for the benefit of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the schools has been completed The Thenames Tbenames Thenames
names of the performers and nd the num numbers numbers numbers ¬
bers they will render demonstrate the thetruth thetruth thetruth
truth of the claim that it will be a 250concert 250 250concert 50
concert for 68 cents centsThe centsThe centsThe
The programme is as follows followsSelection followsSelection followsSelection
Selection Tabernacle choir choirBaritone choirBaritone choirBaritone
Baritone solo selected selectedCharles Charles Kent KentGrand KentGrand KentGrand
Grand International Fantasie FantaateTobanil FantaateTobanilHelds TobanI TobanIHelda
Helds Military Band BandMexican BaRdIexlcan BandMexican
Mexican waltz song son from theBU theBUllonaire the thelionnir Bil Billionaire
llonaire Witmark Witmarka
Ca a Schiller March Meyerbeer Meyerbeerb 1e erbeer erbeerb
< b 10 > American air varied Flagler FlaglerProfessor FlaglerProt FlaglerProfessor
Professor Prot r Thomas Radcllffe Radcllffea
a Legends Legendsb LegendsbPoor
b bPoor Poor Little La LaMb LambArr bArr Arr by Parks ParksEuterpe ParksEuterpeLa ParksEuterpe
< Euterpe EuterpeLa lea Quartette QuartetteTwelfth QUBItetttTwelCth QuartetteTwehfth
Twelfth Air Vane De Beriot BeriotMaster BeriotMast BeriotMaster
Master Mast r Arthur Pedersen PedersenProfessor PedersenProCessor PedersenProfessor
Professor Antoir Pedersen accompanist accompanistSoprano aeeompanlstSoprano accompanistSoprano
Soprano solo selected selectedMtaB
Miss t Emma Ramsey RamseyAndantine Ramseyndantln RamseyAndentino
Andantine ndantln x Lemare LemareJ
J J McClellan McClellanVocal McClellanVocal McClellanVocal
Vocal selectionImperial selection Im Imperial l Male quartette quartetteaParaphrase quartettea qiiartetteaParphmse
aParaphrase a on Nearer Sly God Godto Godto
to Thee Theeb
b Caprice Dawn of Love LoveMax
7 Max Bendlx BendlxHeWs BendLcHelds BendixHelds
Helds Military Jl tttary Band BandA BandA BandA
A Winter Wlnt Song Soa < Orpheus club clubAmerica ClubAmerica clubAmerica
America AmericaChoir Choir organ o band and audience audienceFrom au audienceFrom lence lenceFrom
From the number of tickets that have havealready havealready havealready
already been sold it fa I believed that the theattendance theattendance theattendance
attendance will be almost in proportion proportionto
to the merit of the concert concertPOLICE concertI concertPOLICE concertPOLICE
I
POLICE RAID R ID A POKER GAME GAMEWest GAMEWest GAMEWest
WestI WestSecond West I Second South Street Cigar Cigarj CigarStore CigarStore
j Store Was Scene of the Play PlayTHe PlayThe
1 The oolice uolleelaat last sight raided a quiet lit little 1It 1Ittie littie ¬
tie came of draw poker that was being beingolaved beln belnvlaved beingslaved
slaved in a Wart Second South street streetdear streetclgar streetdirar
dear store Officer Emil Johnson learned learnedI learnedtbRt learnedthat
I that there would fee a meeting there th re of ofsome ofsome ofsome
some of the knights kn bts of the green cloth clothand clothand clothand
and the police laid plane for their cap capture captur caplure ¬
lure tureOfficer tur lureOfficer
turOfficer Officer Gulbranson dressed in citizens citizensclothes cltlzenselotbes citizeasclothes
clothes gained admission to the game and andi andtook andtook
i took a hand When the same had pro progressed prostressed progressed ¬
gressed sufficiently to satisfy tis the blue bluecoat bluecoat bluecoat
coat that the men were gambling he ex exhibited exhibited oxhibited ¬
hibited his star and arrested arre ted the other otherparticipants otherparticipants otherparticipants
participants At the police station the themen themen themen
men gave ve the names of Arthur Holland HollandJ
J Strong Harry Hoyer and George D DOhle DOhleHolland DOhie
Ohle OhleHolland Holland it was claimed was the theproprietor thenroprletor theproprietor
proprietor ft the place and his bonds bondswere bondswere bondswere
were fixed in th th sum of nOtt 10 < The other otherthree otherthree otherthree
three men were requested tp and left US USS 25 25with 25with
with the desk sergeant to guarantee e their theirappearance thOirappearance J Jd Je
appearance S before SJT Judge Dlehl on Moa Moarf Monday
rf day
rfThe The e polfte po have expressed ed a determina determination deterniinatioli ete ina inatfon ¬
tion to close uo all the poker and slough sloughi sloughgames
i games es that have 111 ve been b running in the thecity thecity theetty
city on the quiet since the big gambling gambUnghouses gamblinghouses
1 houses were closed The arreat arr arrea last lastI lastnllrht lastnirht
I night were wr the first to be made e The Thepolice Tb TbDOUce Thepolice
police say that more will follow followi I IVOLCANO
+ + + + + + + + +
4 +
i + 4VOLCANO VOLCANO AGAIN ACTIVE ACTIVEMexico ACTIVEMexico +
+ 4
+ Mexico City May 9 9Collma Colima vol volf volCano volcano +
+ f Cano continues In violent eruption eruptionPeople eruptionPeople + f fPeople
+ People at Tuxpam are in a state stateof stateof + t
+ of great ge8 t alarm On the evening of ofthe ofthe +
4 + the 7th there was a terrific erup erupf eruptlon eruption +
+ f tion and a violent outpouring of ofJUv ofIliva + r rlava
+ lava occurred at i oclock The Thenext Thenext +
+ next morning momln < a torrent of lava layaflawed lavaflawed +
4 + flawed from the western we tern slope of off ofthe ofthe +
+ f the mountain Then Tbe was another anothereruption anothereruption + trf
+ f eruption on the afoernoon af rnoon of the thesame thesame + t
4 + same day J 4 44i4 TV
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SENATOR lEWIS AT HEAD IIIA IIIAOF
I
OF 10000000 1O000UO9MIN1N MINIrG DEAL DEALCo AI AIContinued
Continued Co tinued From Page p s 10 10of 1 1of hof
of the theMajestlc Majestic close to tt > Mtlford Milford and andample andample andample
ample water and andpow andpowClaims power powerClaims poverClaims
Claims of theCompany theCompanyThe the company companyThe
The mlping claims are re In J1 p a ascore score or orso orso orso
so of groups ranging from mines with withseveral withsevtttat withzevjral
several thousand th sand feet t et of development developmentto
to mere prospects The Rebel group groupadjolning1 groupadjoining groupadJoinInig
adjoining the HarringtonHickory in inthe inthe Inthe
the North Star district near Milford Milfordhas MIlfordhas Mlhfordhas
has been worked most It has shipped shippedleadVsHver shiPPedleack shippedieadstlver
leadVsHver leack ther ores amounting to 300000 300000The 200000The 300000The
The Attate At1 ts In the Star district dl tr1ct has hasshippod hasship hasshipped
shipped ship about the tbcsame same amount of atm similar stmfiar atmliarorb ¬
ilar liarorb ore orii The M Monitor nItQr group next to tothe tot1te tothe
the Atlas runs nlgher nlgh In gold assaying
18 18 in gold twenty ounces In silver silverand silverand sliverand
and 3 3t per cent lead Over 100M9 has hasbein hasbe hasbein
bein be n shipped shl d TheNellie TheN The Nellie llle In the same samevicinity samevicinity samevicinity
vicinity bas shipped about the same sameamount sameamount annieamount
amount of silverlead silver lead ores and now nowhas nowhas nowhas
has a bigbody big body of oJopp copper running from fromto
2 to to35 35 3 per cent The Mammoth near nearthe nearthe nearthe
the Red Warrior in the Star district districthas districthas districthas
has shipped ore that ran 300 ounces in insilver Insllyer insilver
silver with lead and gold The pro production production production ¬
duction Is estimated close to 100660 100660The lOONOTfe 100000Tile
The Red Warrior runs high In iron ironwith lrQnwith irqnwith
with gold silver and lead The Flor Florence Florence Florence ¬
ence has shipped considerable ore of oflike oflike oflike
like character and so has the Twins Twinswhile Twinshlle Twinswhile
while hlle the Lady Bryan product runs runshigher runshIgher runshigher
higher in gold The Montreal MQntr I near the theOld I IOld tOld
Old Hickory has some good bodies of ofcopoersilvergold I IcOPDersllver Icoppersilvergold
copoersilvergold cOPDersllver old ore oreAll oreAIl oreAll
All these properties are in the vicin vicinity vicinity vicinIty ¬
ity of Milford Others belonging to tothe tothe tothe
the company in the same neighborhood neighborhoodare
are the following Beacon near the theAtlas theAtlas theAtlas
Atlas Highland Boy Bradshaw Br dshaw dis district distrIct filetrict ¬
trict lead silver and gold Mountain MountainSheep MduntalSheep MOuntainSheep
Sheep northeast of Milford copper coppersilver coppersller coppersilver
silver and gold Lewis southwest of ofMilford otMilford
Milford iron and copper Little Marie Marieeast Marjeeast Marieeast
east of Milford siliclous silver and andlead andlead andlead
lead all the Cullen Campbell and andRyan andRyan andRyan
Ryan properties not included In the theMajestic theMajestic theMajestic
Majestic MajesticMeans
Means Much For Beaver BeaverIn
In Washington county there are the theAdams theAdams the1
Adams and two Muldoon groups close closeto closeto closeto
to the Dixie and the Gregersen proper I jties Ities ities
ties In addition there are a number numberof
of copper copp r gold and silver properties in inIron InIron inIron
Iron county which have not yet passed passedout passedout passedout
out of the prospect stage stageThe stageThe stageThe
The early work will be directed es especially especially enpecially ¬
pecially toward opening openingup up ore on the theproperties theproperties theproperties
properties that are already fairly well welldeveloped welldeveloped welldeveloped
developed When these get in good goodshape goodshape goodshape
shape the development of the prospects prospectswill
will ihl be taken up with greater vigor vigorwith vigorwIth vigorwith
with a view to Increasing the reserve reserveSenator reserveSenator reserveSenator
Senator Lewis organized one Royal Royalcompany Royalcompany Royalcompany
company some time ago to operate operateBeaver operateBeaver operateBeaver
Beaver county properties but that will willbe willbe willbe
be disorganized dIs rganlz d and the n now w Royal will willstand willstand willstand
stand alone of that name in Utah UtahWith UtahWith UtahWith
With the development of this prop property property property ¬
erty with work being prosecuted on onthe onthe Onthe
the Majestic with the Imperial under underway underway underway
way and other operators working in indifferent IndIfferent indifferent
different parts of the region It is ex expected expected cxpected ¬
pected that Milford nford and vicinity will be bethe bethe bethe
the scene of unusual activity for some sometime rometime acmetime
time to come comeRAILROADS comeRAI comeRAILROADS
RAILROADS RAI ROADS CHARGED CHARGEDWITH CHARGEDWITH CHARGEDWITH
WITH UNJUST RATES RATESWashington RATESlVashlngton RATESWashington
Washington May 9 9T J F Stout of ofHeniel ofHemel ofHemel
Hemel Riverside county count California Californiat Californiatoday I It6day
today t day filed with the interstate com commerce coenmerce j jmeroe
merce commission a complaint against againstthe againstthe j
the Atchison Topeka Santa Fe Fe the theSanta theSanta j jSanta
Santa Fe Pacific the Southern Call CaUf CalifOrnia i ifornia
fornia f rnla and the Southern Pacific Rail Railroad RaIlroad RaiLroad ¬
road companies alleging that the fruit fruitrates fruitrates fruitrates
rates on dried fruits from southern southernCalifornia southernCalifornia southernCalifornia
California to the Missouri river and andeastern andeastern andeastern
eastern points are unreasonable and andunjust andunjust andunjust
unjust as compared with the th rates on onlemons onlemons
lemons s and green apples and consti constitute constitote ¬
tote tut unjust m ust discrimination discriminationLEO dI discriminationLEO J ytio n c
LEO SENDS SEN SENDSIETTER SENDSIETTERTO DS LETTER LETTERTO L TTER
I
TO THE PRESIDENT PRESIDENTRome
Rome May 9 9The The pope through throughMgr throughlTgr throughittgr
Mgr Bioleti the master of the cham chamber chamber chamher ¬
ber has forwarded to the Rev Francis FrancisJ
J Van V n Antwerp of Detroit an auto autograph autograph ¬
graph letter lett r addressed a to President PresidentRoosevelt PresidentRoosevelt PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt thanking the latter for his hisjubilee hisjubilee
jubilee present and expressing his ap appreciation appreciation ¬
preciation of the compliment Father FatherVan FatherVan FatherVan
Van Antwerp will sail from Cherbourg CherbourgMay CherbourgMay
May 13 and on his arrival in the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States will go direct to Wash Washington Washington Washington ¬
ington and deliver the letter and re report report report ¬
port the result of ofbis his mission to Presi President PresIdent President ¬
dent Roosevelt RooseveltCHIEF RooseveltCHIEF
RooseveltGIll
GIll GIllCHIEF
CHIEF OF POLICE AND ANDDETECTIVE ANDDETECTIVE ANDDETECTIVE
DETECTIVE INDictEDColorado INDICTED INDICTEDColorado INDICTEDColorado
Colorado Springs Colo Cob May 9 9The 9Thegrand 9Thegrand The Thegrand
grand jury which Is investigating city cityand cityand cityand
and county affairs returned indictments indictmentsthis
this evening against Chief of Police PoliceVincent PoliceVincent PoliceVincent I
Vincent King and Detective Joel At Atkinson Atkinson Atkinson ¬
kinson charging each In seven counts countswith countswith
with suffering the escape of a prisoner prisonerBoth prisonerBoth prisonerBoth I
Both men are charged with aiding in inthe Inthe inthe
the escape of confidence men and bunco buncomen buncomen buncomen
men who are said to have been plying plyingtheir plyingtheir plyingtheir
their trade on the railroads between betweenPueblo betwe betweenPueblo n nPueblo
Pueblo and Denver Bonds to the sum sumof sumof auntof
of 500 were given In each case caseCZOLGOSZ caseI caseCZOLGOSZ
I CII CIICZOLGOSZ C
CZOLGOSZ RELEASED RELEASEDLos FFTF A ED EDLos
Los Angeles Cal May 9 9John John Czol Czolgosz Czolgosz Czolgosz
gosz brother of the assassin of Fred President Pr Freddent i ident ¬
dent McKInley was released by the thepolice thepolice thepolice
police today The police are convinced convincedthat convincedthat d dthat
that he Is a peaceable lawabiding lawabidingyoung lawabidingoung lawabidingyoung
young man For the ake e of avoiding avoidingnotoriety ayohIingnotoriety avoidingnotoriety
notoriety Czolgosz will continue to go gounder gounder gounder
under his assumed name i
1 1DUEL
DESPERATE IJESPERAIESTREEL IJESPERAIESTREELDUELIN STREET STREETDUEL
DUEL DUELIN IN THE SOUTH SOUTHSZ90 SOUTHI SOUTHCltY SOUTHYazeti
I
+ SZ90 City CltY Miss May i < = A Adesperate Adesperate Adesperate +
+ desperate street duel took place placef pIa placehere re rehere +
+ f here today between T A A and D DKelly DKelly DKelly +
+ Kelly en one aide and R F FBirdsall FBlrdsalI +
9 Birdsall editor of the t e Yasoo Sea Seatinel Seatlnel Seetinel +
+ tinel and his two brothersinlaw brothersinlawGibbs brothersIA1aWGibbs brothersinlawGibbs +
+ Gibbs and Doyle D DersQ rs y on the thef theother theother + >
+ f other T A Kelly was instantly l instantlyIduied tantlykilled +
+ f killed by a bullet through his hieheart hiliheart +
4 heart and his brother was dan dangerously dangerously dangerously +
+ gerously wtmnded unded Doyle Dorsey Dorseywas D0113eywas Dorseywas +
+ was also fatally shot and died diedf diedlater 4 4later
+ f later The trouble grew out of ofpolitics ofpanties 9 9politics
+ politics T A Kelly was s circuit circuitclerk circuitclerk circuitclerk +
+ clerk of the county countyOwing1 count countOwing countyOwing +
+ Owing to the excitement and the thelarge thelarge +
+ large I number of friends of the theKelJys theKeiJys + j
+ Kellys coming to town Sherin SherinWilson SherinWilson + t tWilson
+ Wilson telegraphed Governor GovernorLongino 9 9Longino
4 Longino who ordered orderedt out the theYazoo theYazoo +
+ Yazoo Rifles telegraphing Captain CaptainLuke 4 4Luke
+ Luke to report to the sheriff un under 4 4for
+ der arms to protect pro teet the prisoners 4 4MORMON
4444444 + + + + 4 4MORMON + + + + + + + + + +
8 8MORMON
MORMON CONVERTS CONVERTSARRIVE CONVERTSARRIVEAT CONVERTSARRIVAT
ARRIVE ARRIVEAT AT BOSTON BOSTONSpecial BOSrONSpeeial BOSTONSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldBoston HeraldBoston HeraldBoston
Boston May 9 9A A party of seventy seventyMormon seventyllormon seventyMormon
Mormon converts arrived on n the steam steamship steamship steamship ¬
ship New England en route to Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake today Of these thirtyfive ar anGermans arGermans arGermans
Germans and the rest Hollanders and andEnglish an anEnglish andEnglish
English The party was in charge of ofelders ofelders
elders These elders when asked what whatthey whatthey
they thought of Germanys expulsion expulsionof
of Mormon missionaries declined t ttalk ti titalk > >
talk on the subject The elders wer werHarold wtrHarold werHarold >
Harold A Lafount Frederick Zaugg ZauggRalph ZauggRalph ZauggRalph
Ralph T Merrill and Edwin F Tout Tout30JBDEBOUS ToutnuItDEROUS ToutC ToutMUBDEBOUS
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30JBDEBOUS JEALOUSY JEALOUSYPitteburg JEALOUSYPftteburg JEALOUSYPlttsburg
Pitteburg May tT J V F Kuatz put two twnbullets tW41bullets twobullets
bullets into the body of his wife from fromthe tromthe from fromthe
the effects of which she may die an and andthen andthen > l lthen
then shot to death J L Walph a wealthy wealthycontractor wealthycontractor wealthycontractor
contractor of this city of whom he was wasjealous Wasjealous wasjealous
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