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J 2 THE THESLTLAKE SALT SALTL LAKE HERALD SUNDAY SrN AY AUGUST 16 1903 SECTION ONE
pairently p rtntly killed hi In XHarfl hiird ilgnt v Wftih rt th thper1or h Jt Jtsuperior
superior per1or force of rebels rebelsThe rebelsThe rebelsThe
The insurgents In8urg t8 still hold SmlUveo SmlUveoMany Sml1lveoMany SmI1Ivooany i
Many any Turkish soldiers with seVen se en c can cannon cUInon ntj
non are only n1y a few miles off but they1 they1d tlleYdare tke tkedare
d dare re not attack the village Befo Befothe Betorthe Before Beforethe
the bands reached Smillveo 100 soldiers soldiersoccupying sodIeroccupyIng
occupying OCcup lng the village killed msny xiKfl SOldle3 y of 0 0thf othe <
the > Christian Inhabitants and burned burneda burn burnII
a large part of the place TftQ rIi Iwntlgj Iwntlgjon bIUIc1 bIUIc1On bw4on
on their arrival wiped out the errl errlsdn S1lrrlsbn rrI rrIbn
sdn bn
POWERS ACQUIESCE AOQUIESCERussia ACQUIESCERussia i iRussia
Russia Will Be eGiven Given a Free Hand Handin Rand RandTurkey BandTurkey
in Turkey TurkeyLondon TurkeyLondon TurkeyLondofl
London Aug Au 16 16There There is reason re on to tobelieve tobelhve toheilve
believe that the powers certainly certa1nI
threat Britain will raise raleeno no objections objectionsto o11J on ont
to t the demands of f SiiBSld ltu Sla > on o oz TUBkay TUBkayer TU y yto
er to the stay of her squadron In Turk Turkl TurkIh
Ih l h waters until her demands shall
have been fully complied omplledwIth with Count
bftinsdorfTs representations repr entatJona to Bulga BUlgaria Bulgarta ¬
ria are due to the wish wl h of the Russian Russiangovernment Ru RusManpvernment lan lanvernmeftt
government vernmeftt to localize the th trouble RS aseMrd S ScJMIrC
desired cJMIrC by Great Britain and Austria AustriaThe Au AuetraThe trla trlaThe
The Associated As oclated Press correspondent correspondentwas corre pondent pondentwas
was Informed at the admiralty today tod todtt
tttat no instructions had been aent sentto aentto aentto
to the tqeModlterranean Mediterranean fleet eet to proceed proceedto
to the Mediterranean Two guard guardships guardebipe ard ardships
ships are stationed at Constantinople Constantinopleand Con Conmt t ntlnople ntlnopleand ntinopleand
and a cruiser crul er is at Saloiiica SaloiiicaWidow 9IIloillctLWidow SalonicaWidow
Widow Not Pacified PacifiedConstantinople PacifiedConstantinople PacifiedContant1nop1e
Constantinople Aug 16 16lhe The widow widowof
of M Roatkovoski informing Hilmi HilmiPasha HilmiPa RUmIPasha
Pasha Pa the inspector general Of Mace Macedonia Macedonia Macedunia ¬
donia that she would not accept the theindemnity theIndemnity
indemnity of SlNG 10 0 W offered by the porte portefor portefor portefor I
for the murder of her husband said saidshe aaldhe Id Idshe
she he did not want Turkish charity She Shehas Shehas Shehas
has returned the decoration of the Or Order Order Order ¬
der of NbAaaiShopskat kat bestowed on onhr onher onlr
hr by the sultan and also her hue husbands hu huband huebande ¬
bands Turkish decorations decorationsA
A steamer has left for the Dardan Dardanelles DardaneUes DardaneUe5 ¬
elles to embark iMLrk AM Riza Pasha the thedismissed thedlsml thedismissed
dismissed dlsml eed vail vallot oC Monastir Who has hasbeen haIJbjen hasbeen
been exiled to Tripoli TripoliSurprise TripoliSurprise TripoliSurprise
Surprise at Vienna ViennaVienna VicnnaVlenna ViennaVienna
Vienna Aug 16 liThe The publication publicationhere publicationhere publicationhere
here of the announcement that Russia Russiaintends Ru Russiaintends sla slaintends
intends to send a s fleet to the Black Blacksea BlackSea BlackSea
sea has caused cau ed general surprise This Thisbeing Thisbeing Thisbeing
being a Catholic holiday it is Impos impoeslble ImposRlble impossible
slble to procure an official statement statementbut statementbut statementbut
but among minor officials and the pub public publie ¬
lie generally the opinion is expressed expressedthat expressedthat expressedthat
that unless It develops that Austria was wascognizant wascognlzantf wasegnizftnt
cognizant cognlzantf 4f f RtMflfas Ru Ias proposed proposedactlon proposedactlontbe action actiontbe tctionthe
tbe AustroRussian Au troRualan Balkan agreement agreementn agreementmay agreementmay
n may ay be vitally vitali affected as the news newswould newswould newswould
would seem em to Indicate that Russia RUf Ru > sia Ia in intends Intends intends ¬
tends to pursue pur ue a more independent independentcourse IndependentcourH Independentcourse
course courH than heretofore heretoforeOpinion heretoforeOpinion heretoforeOpinton
Opinion in Berlin BerlinBerlin BerlinBcrlIn BerlinBerUn
Berlin Aug 14 14Xhe The foreign officials officialshere omcla1sberp offlcialsbore
here do not think the Russian Black sea seasquadron seasquadron ea eaJquadron
squadron will appear before Constanti Constantinople ConstanUple Constantiiple ¬
nople ple wtych 1V b might give encouragement encouragementt encourag encouragementthg ment mentt
t the revolutionary elements In Mace MacedOnia ¬
donia as Count Lamsdorffs note pub published publhtd pubflihed ¬
lished lhtd today shows that Russia is keep
Ing the question flue tion of satisfaction for the themurder themurder thernurde
murder of o the consul at Monastlr dis distinct distinct dietlnct ¬
tinct from the th general Macedonian Macedonianquestion Macedonlanq1Ie8t1on Macedonianquestion
question
No News Ne NewsinWashington NewsinWashingtonWashizigton in inWashington inWashingtonWashlDgton Washington WashingtontVashtagtoni
tVashtagtoni tug IS liNo No informa fnformeUon Informatton ¬
tion can be obtained here concerning
tbe Russian R eJan imbroglio h with Turkey Cu key
T The > e abttte department deprtmenthaanot hag not been nd Advjeed ndised ndJ
vjeed J ed by its It diplomatic officers on o this thisaffair thisaftatr thisaffair
affair andthere aDd there are no members of the theRussian theRu theussian
Russian Ru ussian slan embassy at present prezentIn in the C cap cip p
itol city
France Supports SupportsBusIa SupportsBusIaParis Russia RussiaParis Ru sia siaParts
Paris Aur Lu U IfirAJthpUft JP AfU1P 1tliotfl Foreisn ForeisnMinister ForeJlDllllnls1er FarejntinIster
Minister DgMasee D 1cuH andiricfct nd n d8t of the th U re responsible rerponslble responsible ¬
sponsible officials are re absentasdur absentasdurnon a abent abentaneps ent as ur urIU1CPS
IU1CPS were given en t tht je t 9fij ofcaL a1 opinion opinionI
I strongly in uppq uppot it 9t fjseIas ttJSfllas ac acdon actJon
non don as the French policy throughout throughoutHks throughoutfaTOred
Hks flavored an energetic ener Uccourge UccourgeL0CAl course courseMARRIKD courSeLQCALBRIFS
L0CAl LQCALBRIFS LQCALBRIFSMARlD BRIEFS BRIEFSAR
MARRIKD AR JD AT HEBER HEBERWord Word comes comesfrom corneafrom comesfinm
from Kefeer City Cit that Clifton E Mayne Mayueahd Mayneahi MayneaM
ahd Miss Mary Byrne both of Sal S Sa1J Lake Lakew Lakewre LakeWere
Were w > re married in that place Tuesday Tue dal last lastIS 1allltIS JastIs
IS IMPROVING IMPROVINGWord Word has b betR i re reetvei rethed reehed
etvei front the east stating lltatln that Mr MrVan Mran Ir IrVan
Van an Meters Mlt r8 health is improving but he heBed behad hebad
Bed to observe oNe another rut that lasted lastedtwenty hustedtflenty lastedtwenty
twenty days daysCHURCH dalLHURCH dyLChURCH
CHURCH MUSIC JIITSICAt At the First Firstatpthorttet FIrattfthoot Firstt
t I atpthorttet church today the cbok will willsin I ICK
sin CK in I Will Prai Praise e Thee Th and there will wille sI11be
fee e a selected solo olo by Miss Larson In Inth InUu Inth
Uu th evening a solo will be rendered by
Ml Mill McCorkle McCorkleVTOMN XcCoricJenTIN MecorkieVTTJN
VTOMN SOLOThe feature of the theinimical themUIlcal themuIca1
inimical programme at tbe First PinttI Congre CongrejrMional Conre5tIfla1
jrMional tI < IOI1J church this morning will be a aiolln aiolln aioItn
iolln solo by Claude Nettleton He will willplay willplay ill illJ1ln
play J1ln tile Communion from the Mass MassOf Ma Maof Ia Iae
Of e > r St Cecilia by Gounod GounodGONK GounodGO GounodGONF
GONK GO TO COASTTV COA5T E Maddlgon Maddlgonthe
the well known mining man left yefer yeferday JeIItorde yemorday
day de with his h family for an indefinite Jndeft tte stay
In California Mr fr 1dad4bon asea OM there
t look over th the various 11110 medical oolleg oollegwith colleges collegeswith
with > 1th a view to studying medicine medicineBOYS medlc4Jte medlc4JteROYS medicinenoys
BOYS CAUSE FIREBoya with withmatches withmathe nlthJnlttfbH
matches camped a S300 300 OO blase at the real resi6we realene rest4ienfe
6we ene of N V Jones 1M8 South Thir Thirteenth Thlr1entb Thir1entb ¬
1entb East street The T e fire department departmentmad de artment artmentmatie
mad a lung run to the scene wit t owing owingto owlnltl
to tl the great distance the place was badly badlyamag
damaged amag d before they theyTXDEIIWENT arrived arrivedtXDEltWZNT arrivedlDEitWPNT
TXDEIIWENT OPERATIONJ D DWood DW DWood
W Wood c > od the well known mining man un undorwent uncIrfnt UndrwPnt
dorwent an operation for appendicitis at attho att atth
t th tho h tlnfy II Croes hospital Friday Tbe Tbeoprratitin TbePfril Theepriti4
oprratitin epriti4 Pfril tit it was w performed by b Drs Root Rootand Rootand Rootnd
and nd Mayo The be patient was reported to tobe toettinlJ tob
be b jreUtng along nicely last Ja t night nightPAVING nightI nightlAVING
PAVING I A ING BIDS OPKNED OPJoNEDTwo OPENEDTwobiis Two bMs bld for forthr forthr for1h
thr 1h paving paI of State street from South SouthTemple Southmlle SouthEmpla
Temple mlle to North Temple streets and andF andonel andS4ond
F S4ond < ond South street t from State to Third ThirdKant Thirdallt Thirdlnst
Kant allt street were ere opened yesterday by bythe byt byflip
the t h board boa of public works Tb They y were werefollnw aa aafollows astnUnws
follows P J Moran J5340f 133207 Barber BarberAsphalt Barberphalt Barberaphait
Asphalt phalt company eopa fly 54845 The contract contractvill contractwill ontractwill
will will probably > robabl be awarded Monday MondaySHKRIFT jwronda jwrondaSHERIJT MondaySHXRIFF
SHKRIFT RETURNS RETURNSSberltf Sheriff Emery Emeryreturned EmeryTPtIJrned Emeryreturned
returned yesterday terda from m Ogden where whereh wherehP wherehe
h hP went to make arrangements for the thepreliminary thepreliminary thepreliminary
preliminary hearing of Mrs Hodge to tomorrow tomorr01 tomorrow ¬
morrow He subpoenaed subp Daed several witnesses witnessesin wftne a ain
in the case but discovered dl covere no new evi evidence evl1ce eviiwe ¬
dence 1ce He did not go to Evans EvaDSton ton Wyn Wyow
w > he expected ts Cted on account of having to toget togt toget
get back to the city last night nightINJURED nightI nightINJURED
INJURED I HjRED IN 10 COLLISIONMrs Berry Berryof
of 1 18 M l street was painfully injured in a acollision acolllllion aoIision
collision between the O S L 1 depot and andBrlgnaxn to toBrigham aBrigham
Brigham street car ar near Main and First FirstBouth lIratSouth FirstIouth
South streets yesterday y < trday afternoon The Thecars TheIUa Thecars
cars IUa were going down the street one in infront Infront infront
front of the other The O S L 1 car ran ranagainst ranngainst
against 3 < < lnst the Brigham Bri ha J street car and the thernd thefJ1el thend
rnd nd of the latter lit UfOr was smashed Mrs MrsPerry M Mfrry Mrsltorry
Perry frry was wa > > thrown to the floor and injured injuredher Injuredher injuredher
her knee cap All the passengers were werepeverely werereJl wereprereIy
peverely reJl shaken up > but no others were werehurt werehurt werehurt
hurt hurtFIVE hurtFIVE
0 FIVE NEW CASES CASESTbe The number of ofdxjr otn ofnw
n nw typhoid fever CUe reported Tester Testerday
day < < wa was five Added c1ded to them were three threentber threeoaber threeother
other diphtheria eases One of tbe tbepatients tbeJftlt1t thepatients
patients is Mrs M Nye N wife 1fe of City Attor Attorney AUorI AttorGeoige ¬
ney Oeof Geoige e I L Nye Ny The new trphoM trphoMfever Wphoklrver tphoidtver
fever caves are Lre re aa follows James Platt Plateaed PlattPd Plattaged
aged Pd 49 4 623 23 Fourth North NOI t street Richard RichardSmith RichardmlUt Richardlimith
Smith aged ed 80 liT North Second Seco West Weststreet Wests1reet Weststreet
street Oscar Larsen La n aged a M MO West WestThird WetnThin VeetThird
Third North street Miss MJ e Raines H aged a34 i i2V3 50 502fa
2 2V3 J street Master ster Spray aged 5 Nor Nortons Nortrn Nortons ¬
tons trn row The Diphtheria cases reported reportedfollow rep reportedfollow rted rtedfUow
follow nosefe Sharp aged a 15 SSg West WeetJiilShth WestBghth WestEighth
Eighth South S utb street Mrs George L Nye Nyeuth Nyewlte Nyetfe
wlte tfe of City Attorney Nyc re N Zest Third ThirdSnuth Thirdnuth
Snuth nuth uth street Master wood aged 4 44 44worth 44ortb 441orth
worth ortb Fifth West street streetFUNERAL streetTTNERAL t
3 3FUNERAL
FUNERAL NOTICE NOTICEThe
The funeral of the late James J Pul Puller PuJII PulIcr ¬
II ler who died Wednesday at the advanced advancedg advancedage
aft g of 68 years from a complication of ofdiseases ofdlpeau ofdiseaseS
diseases wttt take j place tace at t noon today todayfrem todflyft8m todayfrom
from tbe Twentieth ward chapeL The in inUie Itlrmel1t interiflent
teriflent rmel1t will be In City ty cemetery AI AItbe Althe
the time of hJ bJIt h death deathwith deceased raided raidedwltb residedwith
with B Haslitm 303 North Sixth West Westrtreet Westtreet Weststreet
street Deceased cameito eame me to Utah from Lon London London Landon ¬
don Enftend EnU where he has a family of ofgrown ofgrown ofgrown
grown grown children emMvenVESUVIUS cfitl4renVESUVIUS childrenVESUVIUS
VESUVIUS QUIET QUIETRome QUIETRomE QUIETRome
Rome Aug 16 16The < The e eruption of the thevolcano theolcano thevolcano
volcano Vesuvius Ve Uvtqf Is continually de decreasing det deereasing ¬
creasing t < and I II now quiet quietq quietLadies quietLadies quietLadles
< q
Ladies Day at Saltair SaltairAll SaltairAn SeltairAll
All ladles Hi Ii If be given free tmns tmnsortatioft trd trdIOr1tiotl triiteiortUott
ortatioft to Sattair dtatr tomorrow t01l10rrowMm t01l10rrowMma Mon
a day
AND ANDSTI STILL LL COMETOURISTS COME COMETHE E E1HE
THE TOURISTS TOUR1STSNearly
> 4 4Nearly
Nearly 3000 G A R Excur Excursionists Excursionists Excursionists ¬
sionists in latest Installment InstallmentTHRONGS InsfallmentTHRONGS IntaflhientC IntaflhientTHRONGS
C
THRONGS AT THE LAKE LAKETBAVELEBS LAKEo LAKETRA LAKETRAVELERS
+ o
TRAVELERS TRA VBLERS HAV3B y YARmD BIED IM IMPBBSSIONS IMERBSSIONS Th1EBESSIONS
PBBSSIONS ERBSSIONS ABOUT JOUT THE CITY CITYNearly OITYNearly CITYNearly
Nearly 80 zee persons pert5Qnscttmc came through throughtlroclty tbroughtire throughtltecity
tlroclty tire city over the Rio Grande alone yes yesterday yestElrda yesterday ¬
terday tElrda All ll were ere headed for or the big bisencampment bigencampment bigencampment
encampment at Frl Frl8e c next week and andmost andmost andmost
most of them stopped off for several severalhours severalhours
hours to see the city cityAs cityAs
As has been the case thcoughout the theeek theSeek theweek
week Seek most of the visitors were vener venerable venerable ¬
able G A R men accompanied by bytheir bytheir bytheir
their families and a few others who whotook whotook vhotook
took advantage of the cheap rates to tovisit toVIsit tovisit
visit the coast Most of them were in inexperienced inexperIenced Inexperienced ¬
experienced travelers and in some somecases somecases somecases
cases presented strange appearances appearancesThe
The hotels did not profit extensively as asmost asmost asmost
most of the visitors praoticallY lived in inthe Inthe inthe
the cars Neither were the dining cars carsparticularly carsparticularly
particularly overcrowded overrowded for the thetourists thetourJets thetourists
tourists as a a rule carried lunches withthem withthem with withthem
them It was a goodnatured throng thronghowever thronghowever thronghowever
however and an everyone seemed to be beenjoying beenjoYing beenjoying
enjoying himself to the limit limitBig UmltBig limitBig
Big Crowds at Lake LakeThe LakeThe LakeThe
The visitors seemed principally in interested interested Interested ¬
terested in seeing the lake and the thetemple thetemple thetemple
temple and tabernacle Immense Immensecrowds Immensecrowds Immensecrowds
crowds went ent to Saltair during the fore forenoon forcnoon forenoon ¬
noon afternoon and evening many of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them indulging in a dip in the brine brineThe brineThe brineThe
The temple grounds were ere covered with withpeople withpeople withpeople
people during the day who gazed In Inwonderment Inwonderment Inwonderment
wonderment at the temple and inspect inspected ¬
ed the tabernacle and the great organ organLarge organLarge organLarge
Large parties strolled about the city cityand cityand cityand
and visited most of the old landmarks landmarksand
and points olnts of interest Everyone Everyoneseemed EveryonelHemed Everyoneseemed
seemed pleased with the city and re remarked remarkd remarked ¬
marked about its beauty The wide widestreets widestreets widestreets
streets seemed to attract favorable favorablecomment favorableomm favorableomm
comment omm r nt t and nll the length of the blocks blockswas blocksas
was as also remarked upon although not notfavorably notfavorably notfavorably
favorably by some Many visitors visitorsupon visitorsupon visItorsupon
upon learning that the Rio Grande Grandedepot Grandedepot Grandedepot
depot was only five or six blocks blocksfrom blocksfrom blocksfrom
from Main street attempted to walk walkthe walkthe walkthe
the distance Before they reached the theplace theplace theplace
place however they the were strong in intheir Intheir Intheir
their denunciation of Brigham Youngs Youngsplan Youngsplan Youngsplan
plan of laying out a city
Considerable CoD 1c1erabJe wonderment was ex expressed expre CXpressed ¬
pressed pre ed by many of the visitors vl U rs par particularly particularly particularly ¬
ticularly those from the middlestates middlestatesas middle states statesas
as to how the people of Salt I Lake Lakemake Lakemake ake akemake
make a livelihood The agricultural agriculturalpossibilities agriculturalpossibUtUes agriculturalpossibilities
possibilities of the state do not appeal appealstrongly appealstrongly appealstrongly
strongly to the residents of the middle middlesection middlesection middlesection
section where wheat and corn fields fieldsare fi fieldsare Jds Jdsare
are measured by the hundred acres acresMany acres1lan acresMany
Many 1lan of otthcjm thorn who wh had visitedthe vlflted the re resorts reaorts resorts ¬
sorts were surprised at the crowds crowdspresent crowdspresent crowdspresent
present and the money spent spentPuzzled spentPuzzled spentPuzzled
Puzzled by b Street Numbers NumbersA f fAs
As A usual one thing that puzzled the7 the7strangers the theStrangers th thstrangers
strangers was the system of number numberIng numberIng numberIng
Ing the streets here They The seemed to tobe tobe tobe
be unable to comprehend what Is really reallya
a simple system once understood The Thecombination Thecombination Thecombination
combination of the different dlter nt directions directionsas
as Bast m st South Temple or North First FirstWest FIrstWeat FirstWest
West had the visitors stumped and andthey andthey andthey
they seemed unable Ut able to grasp grasptht the > plan planeven planeven planeven
even with wIthtl1e the assistance of guide books booksThe booksThe booksThe
The police have been fortunate in inprotecting Inprot inProtecting
protecting prot ctlng the tourists from grafters grafterswhile grafterswhUe grafterswhile
while in the city Only two thefts have
been thus far reported and they were werefor werefor werefor
for very small amounts amountsArather amoun amountsAtheritmuning 18 18ATJttb
Arather Atheritmuning rl1mu muslngf dng IneTQent in ft1ent h biiTed biiTedyesterday < < ppSHed ppSHedyesterday j ed edyesterday
yesterday afternoon on Main street A AParty Apart Aparty
Party part of tourists had eaten at a a res
taurant in the morning and rather
liked the place They Xhe were unable
however to find it in the afternoon afternoonand afternoonand afternoonand
and called upon a policeman for as assistance assl assistance ¬
sistance sl htnce They did not know the name nameof nameOf nameof
of the cafe but knew that there was wasan wasan wasan
an auburnhaired waitress there and
thought with this information the of ¬
fleer could easily recognize the place
The policeman was unable to give them themany themany themaijy
any assistance a lstance and they went their theirway theiray theirWay
way ay remarking about the general in inefficiency inefficiency Inefficiency ¬
efficiency of police departments departmentsAERONAUT departmentllAE departmentsAERONAUT
AERONAUT AE ONAUT IS INJURED INJUREDBert
Bert Nelson Meets With Serious SeriousInjuries SeriousInjuries SeriousInjuries
Injuries Due to Fall From FromBalloon FromBalloon FromBalloon
Balloon
Bert Nelson the young Salt Lake boy boywho boywho boywho
who astonished everyone every ne by making a aballoon aballoon aballoon
balloon ascension at CaNers C4trsIrk park some sometime aornetiMe sometime
time ago a fell while attempting to re repeat repeat repeat ¬
peat the exhibition last night and it itis Itfa itIs
is feared that he sustained serious In Injuries Injur8 injuries ¬
juries juriesTbe jur8Tbe juriesThe
Tbe young man was inexperienced in inlaying Inlaying inlaying
laying out his parachute and in fasten fastening fastenIng ¬
ing it to the tb balloon got t the ropes tan tansled tartgJtd tangled
sled gJtd It is I said A large crowd watched watchedhim watchedhim watchedhim
him ascend in the balloon and then cut cutloose cutloo cutloose
loose loo in the parachute p raCl1Ute The latter re refused retuBed refused ¬
fused to open and the aeronaut dropped droppedstraight droppedstraight droppedstraight
straight to the ground like lIkea a shot The Thecrowd Thecrowd Thtcrowd
crowd that watched him stood as it itspellbound ItJllpellboud ICspellboupd
spellbound until they saw him strike strikethe strIkethe strikethe
the ground in a Chinamans truck truckpatch truckpatch truckpatch
patch some distance away Expecting Expectingto
to find him crushed to death Severalmen several severalmen severalmen
men ran to the place They found that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the young man lay unconscious but butalive butaUve butalive
alive He was picked up and carried carriedto
to the pavilion in the park and later laterremoved laterremeved laterremeved
remeved to his home on Seventh South Southstreet Southstreet Southstreet
street Apparently App rentIy there were no nobones nobones nobones
bones broken but the injured man was wasspitting wasapttt1n wasspitting
spitting blOOd and it is feared that he hesustained hesustained hesustained
sustained internal Injuries of a serious seriousnature serl seriOusnature us usnature
nature
0 0RATS
RATSMAKE RATS ATSMAKEHIM MAKE HIM GOOD GOODBoy GOODDay GOODBoy
Boy says the Rodents Are Reforma Reformatory Reformatory Reformatory
tory Agents AgentsDean AgentsDean AgentsDean
Dean Foster an 11yearold 1l 7e old youth youthfaced youthfaced outh outhfaced
faced Judge Diehl yesterday y day morning morningon
on the charge of incoprlgibllUy Inoo iglnlt Ac According Aecordlnl According ¬
cording to the statement of his par parents parPonts parents ¬
ents the lad is It inclined to be unruly unrulyand unrul unruland unrulyand
and does tteW net n Mt t folio oliof out the tb parental parentalinjunctions parenU1InjundioDII parentalinjunatfoije
injunctions as he be e should It Seems mB the theboy th thboy theboy
boy has It a immfe mn for running away awayfrom II awayfrom warfrom
from home and as It last resort re o t his hisparents hl hlparents hisparents
parents deelded to place him In the theIndustrial theIndustrIal theIndustrial
Industrial school at Ofden OfdenThe OdenThe OEdenThe
The boy was arrested Friday lrldayand lrldayandspetlt and andsprat andspent
sprat a night at th county jail j Jl This Thisexperience Thisexperience hI hIexperience
experience had a good effect on him himand himand himand
and he made such penitent tont appeal appealyesterday ap apye appeaLyesterday
ye yesterday terday that the Judge let him go gounder gOuDder gounder
under suspended sentence He said the thejrats therats therats
jrats rats and mine in the Jail frightened frightenedhim
him so that he could nt sleep and andupon andtIPOR andhPOM
upon promising romlslngto to bo a better boy in inthe Inthe inthe
the future was released releasedMETEOROLOGICAL reIsedII releAsedMETEOROLOGICAL
II IIMETEOROLOGIOAL
METEOROLOGICAL REPORT REPORTYesterdays REFORTYest BEPORTYesterdays
Yesterdays Yest rdays Record Becordatth at the Local L oal Office Officeof Officeof Officeof
of the Weather Bureau BureauMaximum DureauMaximum BureauMaximum
Maximum temperature t tl 1 degrees min minimum minimum mm mmSnium ¬
imum temperature 9S I degrees de < < r NH < s mean tem temperature temperature tornperature ¬
perature 7 is degre degrees < s which i III 2 degree degreeabove degreebov degreesabove
above bov the normal accumulated excess of oftemperature ortemperature oftemperature
temperature since 1st 1 t of month 10 de degrees deg degrees ¬
grees g accumulated aCc t deficiency of temper temperature tfJ temperature per peratur ¬
ature since Jan n n1 1 396 2 degree oSTO Total pre precipitation pretlpitatlon precipitatlon ¬
cipitation from 6 p m h to6 t p m 06 4J inch inchUta Inhacc Inchaccumuiate
acc accumuiate muJatCil OWeficlene or ptecipitwt1on ptecipitwt1onsince 1 ptt1tt ion ionmnce
since 3t fit o Qt4nonth month f wchccumutated JpchcvuinuIateddeficiency wchccumutateddetlcleBCY
deficiency oC preclpJtAf precipitation oA Since nee Jan 1 1to
to Inch InchOt Inchtaiubb
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REGIMENTAL QUARTERMASTER SERGEANT A H LUND I
One 011 ot the nest Known ot Ute en ¬
listed men of the guard Uord Is A H Lund loindthe Lundthe Lundthe
the regimental quartermaster sergeant sergeantrecently sergeantrecently sergeantrecently
recently appointed by Colonel Greene Greenewald Grecnewaldo Greenewald
wald Sergeant Lund was mustered
in with the first company compan to enter the theguard theguard
guard in 1894 In this company lie heserved lieserved lieServed I
served with distinction resulting in his
being appointed color sergeant six
CCASIONAL inquiries are made by bythoughtful bythoughtful bythoughtful
OCCASIONAL O thoughtful citizens regarding the thecost th thcost theCost
cost of challenging and defending defendingthe
the Americas Am ricas cup but the answers re received received received ¬
ceived are always alw unsatisfactory The Theconclusion Theconclusion Theconclusion
conclusion is that the expense must be beenormous beenormous beenormous
enormous but as it is Impossible f fto to toobtain toobtain toobtain
obtain anything like accurate figures figuresthe figuresthe gues guesthe
the subject Is generally genera y dropped droppedOn
On the eve of the international match matchof
of this year it may be interesting to torefer toreter torefer
refer to this important point and at atthe atthe atthe
the same time Um to place the public ic icpossession Iepo it itpooessIon
possession po esslon of a few facts that will give givethorn givethelI givethem
thorn a good Idea of the amounts of ofmoney ormoney ofmoney
money that are expended in trying to tocapture tocapture tocapture
capture the old yachting trophy and in inthe Inth inthe
the th efforts made by the N Y Y C to todefend toderend todefend
defend it itThe ItThe itThe
The planning and building of a cup cupchallenarer cupchol1erter cupchallerirer
challenarer or defender Involves much muchtime mucnhme muchtime
time and labov and necessarily the out outlay outlay ¬
lay 10 of large sums of money The de designer designer designer ¬
signer and nd his corps of assistants are arethe arethe arethe
the first that must be met Mr Fife Fifefor FifeCor Fifefor
for the challenging parties and Cap Captaln Cptan Captan
tan tfaC a at SLerreahpf iereshQ for tor the defend defenders deenders defenders ¬
ers for instance are are men men whoplacg a ahigh 8hIgh ahigh
high value upon their Services and nd as asthe asthe a athe
the owners of the yachts are liberal to toa toa toa
a marked degree opening negotiations negotiationswith I1egqUtUonRwith
with u view to the building df k cUp cUpyacht c cupyacht p pyacht
yacht means a fee that in some other otherprofessions otheprofessions otherprofessions
professions would be looked upon as asstaggering aestaggering asstaggering
staggering in its proportions proportionsWith proportionsWith proportionsWith
With the designer at work ork the build builders builders buildera ¬
ers in time are consulted and with ar artangements arI arzangements
tangements I satisfactory aUsfactor in this wise wisematerials wisematerials wisematerials
materials must be considered then the theriggers th thrigJers theriggers
riggers kept in mind as well as the thesallmakers thesallmakers thesailmakers
sallmakers while finally the skippers skippersand skippersand i iand
and crew are secured Money is re required req required ¬
quired q lred by all these and much of it itEven ItEen itEven
Even after a vessel is completed and andplaced anrtplaced awlplaced
placed in commission alterations and andrepairs andrepairs andrepairs
repairs are required < l frequently at attimes atUmell attimes
times while docking the craft for forcleaning forcloanlng forcleaning
cleaning and smoothing purposes means meanslarge meanslarge meanslarge
large additional sums sumsA sumsA sumsA
A Great First Cost CostThe CostThe CostThe
The rather startling statement Vas Vasmade was wasmqdo 08 08mqdc
made by Sir Thomas Lipton four yeata yeataago yeatsago eal5 eal5ago
ago that the mere cost of the Shamrock ShamrockI
I was between 400000 and 500000 500000while 500000while 500000while
while the expense of bringing the vessel vesselacross vesselacross esselacro
across acro s the ocean and that of her of officers oCficer ofSeers ¬
Seers and crew was extra That seems seemsa
a big lot to topay pay for the th theveseel1 vessel vesselt but Sir SirThomas SirThomas I IThomas
Thomas should be the best of authority authorityon
on the subject of the cost of the yacht yachtIf I
If C he expended a sum approaching approachinghalf
half a million dollars four years ears ago agofor agocar agofor I
for his challenging yacht the money moneythe moneythe moneythe
the present trip is costing him must be befar betar befar
far in excess of the figures named The TheLlpton TheLipton TheLipton
Lipton fleet now here is proof of that thatIt thatIt thatIt
It is easy to believe that the Shamrock ShamrockIII
III cost quite as much to build as the theShamrock theShamrock theShamrock
Shamrock I and it is quite sure the thebrlngVig thebrlns thehringg
brlngVig brlns g over of three crews those of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Shamrocks Shamro ks and of the tender Cru Cruzler Cruzler eruzier
zler must stand him in a bigger biggeramount blggeramount biggeramount
amount than thanhe Jhe single crew of four fouryears touryears fouryears
years ago and the additional assistance assistancehe a l tance tancehe
he obtained in this country countrySo
So if 550000 or more represented the thechallengers thech thechallengers
challengers ch llengers outlay the first rst attempt he hemade hem hemade
made m de upon the th Americas cup it can cansafely cansarely cansafely
safely be estimated that something so ething In Inthe Inthe t tthe
the neighborhood of 6 600O8 00 0 will be re required requi required ¬
quired qui red to foot the bills at home and andhere andhere andhere
here incidental to his third trial to win wintbe winthe winthe
the old trophy trophyWith trophyWith trophyWith
With the amount that it costs the de defending defending defending ¬
fending side however the interest Is Ismore Ismore Ismore
more widespread By the time the theyachts theyachts theyachts
yachts are called to sail the first racp racpfor raCQfor racofor
for the cup the Reliance selected seiected1 to tnanother todetond todefend
defend It will have cost one W way awl lli1another awlanother
another 435000 or more That Is a astaggering 1 1staggering astaggering
staggering amount to contemplate but butwhen butwhen butwhen
when everything is cleared up at tbe tbeend tbeend theend
end of the season it may be 5450000 5450000Cost 480000Gost 40000Cost
Cost of Trial Yachts YachtsIn
In addition addition to this sum there must mustbe 1nUH 1nUHbe mustbe
be considered that the placing in com commission commlll5ion cornmission ¬
mission of the Constitution her h r running runningexpenses runningQCpense runningexpenses
expenses reached reach eel from 66000 to 5pOOO 5pOOOwhile 1POOO 1POOOwhile lJ000while
while the Columbia has cost J Pierpont PierpontThese PIpontMorgan PicipontMorgan
Morgan 45000 or possibly pOOO pOOOThese L00O L00OThese
These figures will therefore shoVrtnnt shoVrtnntthe sho shof t that thatthe ft ftthe
the defense of the cup up this year will willapproach wlUapproach willapproach
approach the very respectable amount amountof
of 5675000 or 5600000 5600000No 600000No 000000No
No one concerned will find fiutdfsulit fault f ultJC Jf at atthe atth atth
the th end matters are all right and in indeed Itldeed hideed ¬
deed there will bp no grumbling if they theyare tbeyare theyare
are not quite satisfactory satisfactoryThe
The building and rigging of the Re Reliance RelIanoe Reliance ¬
liance cost a fortune The yachts con constructlon eonstruetlon conestruetion
structlon required the best of work workmen workmen workmen ¬
men while hlle all the standing and run running runnlng runfling ¬
fling rigging was expressly made and andher andher andher
her canvas occupied the attention of a alarge alarge alarge
large body of sailmakers for ntontqs ntontqsThe mont1sThe niontlisThe
The Reliance Has h S possibly 100 different differentsails differentsnUg differentsails
sails and 51iOOO 1i000 or so will represent the thecost thecost thecost
cost of a suit In this particular the theConstitution thQconstitution theConstitution
Constitution and the Columbia have not notbeen notbeen notbeen
been so expensive expensiveThe expenSiveThe expensiveThe
The tenders Park City and Satellite Satelliteare
are said t6 t have been purchased by E ED ED BB
D Morgan and August Belmont re respectively re8PecUyeJy respoetiyely ¬
spectively but they are valuable assets assetsthis4 asaetsn assetsand
and n t lJe peed d n npt t be serlouSy consltleredJn consltleredJnthl consiilere4ljnthI
this4 thl financial summar The th tender tenderSunbeam tonderSuribeitml tortilerSunbeam
Sunbeam techartered charteredand < and there caifrbe caifrbeno caif a1 be beno beno
no return from nor but Sir Thomas Thomastender Thomastenderpru Thom Thomtender
tender tenderpru Cruizer zer w wJJI w11l l be valuable after nIterhe
She the he mhtch mhtchWith mhtchWith
With a crew of about flftyflvooW firtOO fltyflo4 fltyflo4ott Q i
tttieRsltttnftdsna ftheRtI1nn o4ind a ad < av on the tbOl Uaypffijbtf UaypffijbtfSunbeam LOTWti LOTWtiSunbeam jrti J1 J1Sunbeam
Sunbeam there are many men to tob be h
ye t cttra r n > ego st b > oy colonel Kltcnie Rl ClUe This Thisposition ThIsposition Thisposition
position he held constantly since until untilhis untilhis untilhis
his more recent appointment Sergeant SergeantLund SergeantLund SergeantLund
Lund has been active in the reorganiza reorganization ¬
tion of company B This company has hast hasto
t to < f its credit the winning of every
trophy for drilling shooting or other othermilitary othermUltary othermilitary
military competfon com ton ever offered in the theguard theguard theguard
guard
GREAT COST OF Y YACHT ACUT RACING RACINGt RACINGFortuqes
t t
Fortunes Spent Over an Old Silver Trophy Trophyipton Upton Has as Spent SpentMoney SpentMoney SpentMoney
Money by the Millions Whit Defenders DeJ Def nders ers of the the Cup CupHave CupHave CupHave
Have Lavished Great Sums SumsI
I
looked after dally The yachts sailors sailorsarc sailorsar sailorsare
arc ar paid big wages w g gs35 s35 535 a month or ormoreand ormoreand I Imore
more moreand and there isa I f a scale of prize prizethat prizemoneyarragadb prizemoney
moneyarragadb money arrpgo4by1SIr 1Ir Iselin so liberal liberalthat liberalthat
that a a Reliance R Uan eipan man if he is saving savingwill savingwill savingivill
will end thpfl thf thpnOason eagon with a tidy amount amountto
to his credit creditAbout credltAbQ creditAbit
About AbQ t Racing Crews CrewsRadtng CrewsRa CrewsIta4g
Ra Radtng g crews crows cost prodigiously to toped totltd tosrnd
tltd ped as they are men In the best of ofhoalthi atboalth ofhealth
health hoalthi while their work naturally gives givesthem givesthem givesthem
them excellent appetites There are arequite arcquite arequite
quite as many man stewards stewardsandiCooks and cooks on onthe onthe Onthe
the Sunbeam looking 10 I < 1ng after fter flip th welfare welfareof
of f Mr I Iselin sell n and his associates sso 1ates and andthe andtne andthe
the officers and crew of ott1 otthe the e Reliance Relianceand Relianceand RelIanceand
and their own ship sJiipai ahl p as a are re found in ingoodsized ingoodsized a agoodsized
goodsized city hotel hotelAll hotelAll hotelAli
All clianges in the yachts achts filUn fittings all allalterations allalterations allalterations
alterations or repairs to rigging rlg nS and andspars andspars andspars
spars are pai paId < J for extra while the thedocking thedocking thedocking
docking bills are aje ieery very large largeThe largeThe largeThe
The 450000 or more that the Reliance Reliancewill Reliancewill
will 111 cost cost musiHiot mus hot be Included in any anyW anpay anynay
W nay ay with the N Y 1 Y Csexpendlturefr Csexpendlturefrl I
I arranging aJT n lng foiptlie to fOtth thraces races The Th nine ninenienVwho ninemen ninemeflnhO I
nienVwho men whO oWn own11 tMitfefender itQfcndcr will bear bearthe bearthe bearthe
the burden of iflmt 4thae vessels expenses expensesbut expen5ebut cxpensebut
but Ihe syucHdgte Syndf syndit otitnar t dpes es not meet the thePersonai theporso1nnbll1Sr thePorsoQ1billsbf
Personai porso1nnbll1Sr blllsiOf Mr fi Iselin the man managingowner managing managing
agingowner agingownerIt aging owner ownerIt owner ownerIt
It may may cost the club 525000 2 OOO or more morfb moreto
16 see that the match is properly sailed sailedand sailedtnd sailednd
and nd the thochallanging challenging vessel receives all allthat aUtnat allthat
that ia due queMr ue her while hlle the amount Incl1 Incl1dentally Incttde incidentally
dentally de tilny expended tended by the public that thatitmaywitness thatItmaYJltnessthe thatit
itmaywitness it the races need not now nowbe nowbe nowbe
be thought of ofDays J JDays t tDays
Days of 51 k the Thfstle ThfstleIt
It is said that th when hen George L Wat Watson Watson Watson ¬
son was approached appr ched by the syndicate syndicatethat syndicathat syndicatsthat
that built the trhistle Thistle about designing designinga
a cup nHaiiengdr he not only consented consentedbut consentedbut consentedbut
but inIsted on onc < designing the boat su superlntending suporlntending enperintending
perlntending hr construction and see seeIng soeing seelog
Ing herr through her trials and the cup cupraces cu curaces cupraces
races all for ifothlng r othlngall all for the pure purelove purelove purelore
love of the pastime ast1me so dear to him himAnd himAnd himAnd
And it may Interest interest those who have havebeen haebeeh haveboth
been speculating spec lat1pg upon the amounts amountswhich amountswhich amountswhich
which the defense de bnse of the cup entails entailsupon entallsupon entailsUpon
upon AjncrJcah merica yachtsmen and possi possibly possibly possihiy ¬
bly upon pon the burden bbrd9n which hlch Sir Thomas ThomasLipUrnIs ThomasLl
LipUrnIs Ll tOn Is carrying that the th Thistle Thistlewas Thistlewas Thistlewas
was produced complete for about 545 46
000 000Since
Since the Thistle days d s many man things thingsin tllngsin
in yachting have changed but none of ofthe ottne oftbc
the changes Have been more marked markedthan markedthan markedthan
than that of the cost of producing a aracing aracing
racing yacht suitable for challenging or
defending the Americas cup cupBalU cupBalUmore cupBaltimore Balti Baltimore ¬
more American AmericanGATHERING AnicrlcqnGATHERING
o 0 0GATHERING
GATHERING IN NUMBERS NUMBERSMpre
Mpre M ore re Than 8000 G A B Already In InSan InSan InSan
San Francisco FranciscoSan
San Francisco Aug 15 16It It is esti estimated csUmMed estimated ¬
mated that 2000 veterans Yet rans of the Grand GrandArmy GrandArm GrandArmy
Army Arm arrived here today with relatives relativesand rolatI rlattvesand s sand
and friends There are now between between70tid between7OM between701O
70tid and 8000 old soldiers gathered gatheredhere gathered1ore gatheredlore
here and a large number is expected expectedtomorrow etpectcdtomorrow expectedtomorrow
tomorrow Scattering delegations from fromeverywhere fromcveryhere fromeverAvhere
everywhere tame in today The arriv arrivals arrlvals arrivals ¬
als included visitors from New York YorkIllinois Yorkmfnols YorkIlllnols
Illinois and Minnesota General John JohnC
C Black aia k who it is conceded will be bethe bethe bethe
the next commanderinchief arrived arrivedtoday arrfvedtodlY arrivedtoday
today General Ge eral Nelson A Miles is due duein dueIn duein
in t1i tnr early e rly hours of Sunday and Gen Generalr Genera Generalri
eralr era T J Stewart commanderinchief commanderinchiefWill
Will ym be here tomorrow afternoon The Thecity Thecity Thecity1
city city1 Is thronged with visitors and all allthe allthe all1the
the hotels are crowded crowdedPOWERS crowdedPOWERS
0 0POWERS
POWERS TRIAL TRIALGeorgetown TRIALGeQrgetown TRIALGeorgetown
Georgetown Ky K Aug Au 15 15Hcmr Henry r rBroughton
Broughton on the mountain witness wltn 8 called calledby calledb calledby
by b the le commonwealth In the Powers case casewhoran caSCboran casewboran
whoran away n way several days ago to keep k 9P
from testifying testlryht was brought in today by
deputies deputiesAt
At todays session former Congressman CongressmanWilson ConfrCs CongressmanWtlon niAn niAnVilson
Wilson of BarbourvlUe told of J Lon But Butler B Blor ¬
ler a participant in tho meetings of tne tnealleged thoalleged tflealleged
alleged conspirators eonsplr tors saying to him a afpTv at afpw4t8
fpTv t fpw4t8 w < dnw before b bor or the killing
Goeficl will bekilted be Idlf killed d and Frankforts Frankfortsstreets FraakCortntloets Frankfort5streets
streets will run with blood bloodFORGED bloodj bloodFORGED
j IS ISFORGED
FORGED CHINESE CERTIFICATES CERTIFICATESSnn
1 Son Francisco Aug 15 l 15W W B Dil DilI Djl DjlIQrd
I lard accused of forging Chinese cer certificates certlftcntGS certlflats ¬
tificates while connected with the in internal Intpnal intarsal ¬
tarsal revenue office was tonight found foundguilty foundGUilty foundguilty
guilty on four counts countsCOLONEL countsCOLONEL
0 0COLONEL
COLONEL IIATTLE RETIRED RETIREDButto ItET RETIREDButte 1tED 1tEDButt
Butt Aug 15 16A A special to the Miner Minerfropi lUncrfroJIJ Minerfrom
from Fort F rt Harrison says that this oven ovoaIng oveuIng ovenlug
Ing orders werereceived from the war de department dePI1rtment tiepartment
partment retiring Colonel L A Matlle MatlleNOT MatileNOT IatneNOT
NOT SERIOUSLY INJURED INJUREDMrs
Mrs Clarence Shoemaker who mot motwith motwith metwith
with an accident while out driving Fri Friday Friday Friday ¬
day evening was not so seriously Injured Injuredus
as at first reported reportedENGINEER reportedENGINEER
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
+ 4
+ ENGINEER BOND DEAD DEADCheyenne DEADCl1eyenn +
+ 4 4Cheyenne +
+ + = Cheyenne Wyo Aug 15 1ate 1ateEnglneer 7Slate 7Slatei ate ateEngineer
i + f Engineer FredTBoha Is I dead dCl1drom dCl1dromhemorrhag from fromf 4 4hemorrhage
+ f hemorrhage For several weeks he hef t thad thad
+ f had been ill with typhoid and the theentJ1E1dh e endad
+ entJ1E1dh ndad eeixpected e expeeted for several cveralij 4 4iiiith
ij iiiith ME 13nd gnd was an export on oni 4
i 1 + + tt 4
VENGEANCE OF OPTHE OFTHE OFTHE <
THE MtfSGOVSTE MtfSGOVSTEMurderers MO M1fSCB SG VITE VITEt VITEMurderers lIE lIEMurderers
t
Murderers of the CQnsul Were WereSoon WereSoon WereSoon
Soon Executed ExecutedSREEDY ExecutedSREEDY
4 4SPEEDY
SREEDY TRIAL TRlALANDSENTENCE AND ANDSENvEN SENTENCE SENTENCEACCOUNT E EACCOUNT
4 4ACCOUNT
ACCOUNT GIVEN G NBY BY DEAD DEADM MANS MANSSUCCESSOR 3rANsSUCCESSOR S SSUCCEssoR
SUCCESSOR SUCCESSORSt
I
St Petersburg Aug 13 l 1Tlie The Ti e allow ajlowIng allow allowIng allowing
Ing telegram has been received by the thegovernment Utegovernment thegovernment
government authorities from Dr Man Mandelstam JIandlstam Mandelstam
delstam who succeeded M I Rostkov Rostkovski nostltOYski Eostkovski
ski the murdered murderedRUNhm Russian consul at atMonastlr atlIonnstlr atMonastir
Monastlr giving an account of the thecourtmartlai thecourtmartial I
courtmartlai of the murderer murdererAfter murdererArter murdererAfter
After proceedings extending over overfour overfur I
four days the military court presided presidedover presidedover presidedover
over by Edhem Bey today gav Judg jUdgment judgmeat I Iment
ment During the trial I exercised the therights therIghts therights
rights and privileges of t a public prose prosecutor prosecutor prosecutor ¬
cutor In view of the th circulation of o the theoutrageous theoutrageous theoutrageous
outrageous report that the the consul had hadinsulted hadInsulted hadinsulted
insulted and struck the Turkish sentry sentryand sentryand sentryand
and even that he had shot at him I Iinsisted Iinsisted Iinsisted
insisted that before the court gave gavejudgment gaveJudgment gavejudgment
judgment it should clear up the cir circumstances circumstances circumstances ¬
cumstances of the affair By replying replyingto
to a a series of questions put by myself myselfthe myselrthe myselfthe
the court found as follows followsThe followsThe followsThe
The sentry did not give the consul consula
a a military salute The consul first firstbeckoned flrstbeckOned firstbeckOned
beckoned to him and then left the car carriage carrIage carriage ¬
riage and asked tho man his name It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was absolutely proven that M Rost Rostkovski Rostkovskl Rostkovski
kovski neither shot at Halim the son sentry sntry sontry ¬
try nor In any way insulted him but butthat butthat butthat
that Hallm immediately fired at the theconsul theccnsul theconsul
consul several times tlm and when the theconsul theconsul theconsul
consul fell f ll stepped up and fired again againwith againwith againwith
with the rifle close to the consuls head headafterward headafterward headafterward
afterward battering his temples with withthe withthe withthe
the butt end of his rifle rifleThe rifleThe rifleThe
The Persons Implicated ImplicatedHalim ImplicatsdHalim d dHalim
Halim was charged with the actual actualmurder actualmurder actualmurder
murder Another sentry named Ab Abbas Abbas Abbas ¬
bas who was charged with having havingfailed havingtaUed havingfailed
failed to afford the consul any protec protection protection protection ¬
tion and two other sentries Selnel and andAssin andAssln andAssln
Assln who were absent at the time timeof timeot timeof
of the murder but the former of whom whomtried whomtrIed whomtried
tried to excuse his cbmrade were werebrought werebrought werebrought
brought before the th court The chief of ofthe 01the ofthe
the gendarmerie was charged with withhaving withhaving I
having placed plac d at important posts wild wildi wJldAlbanians wildAlbanians
i Albanians who ho could not even speak
Second Lieutenants Ismail IsmailHakki IsmailHakkl IsniallHakki
Hakki and Sallch Kadri were prose prosecuted prosecuted prosecuted ¬
cuted because on the e way wa to the Rus Russian Russian RusSian ¬
sian consulate after the murder in inspeaking inspeaking Inspeaking
speaking with Schoolmaster Misclkoff Misclkoffthey Mlsclkorfthe Miscikoffthey
they the referred to the murdered consul consulin
in coarse and insulting terms Tewfik Tewfika
a lamp cleaner who before the court courtcontradicted courtcontradict courtcontradicted
contradicted d the testimony of the other otherwitnesses otherwitnesses otherwitnesses
witnesses and declared that the consul consulhad consulhad consulhad
had struck the sentry and had shot at athim athim athim
him was charged with perjuryThe perjuryThe perjury perjuryThe
The courtmartial sentenced Hallm Hallmand Hallmand Hallman
and an Abbas to death Seinel to fifteen fifteenyears fifteenyears lfteenyears
years and Tewfik to five years penal penalservitude pentlservitude penhiservitude
servitude The officers Ismail and Sa Salich SaIIch Salick ¬
lich were eresentenced sentenced to be dismissed dismissedfrom dismissedfrom dismissedfrom
from the army arm Assin was acquitted acquittedAfter acquittedArter acquittedAfter
After I had signed the judgment It was wasread wasread wasread
read to t the accused in my presence presenceWere presenccWere presenceWere
Were Hanged Immediately ImmediatelyHusseen ImmediatelyUHU8seen ImmediatelyHusseen
Husseen Hilmi Pasha stated that he hehad hehad hehad
had received an order from Constan Constantinople Constantinople Constantinople ¬
tinople to carry out the sentences Im Immediately Immediately unmediately ¬
mediately The two men sentenced to todeath todeath
death were hanged today The dis dismissal dismissal ¬
missal of the officers from the army armywill armywil armywill
will take place this evening The chief chiefof chfefo hfltOC
of o the gendarmerie the chief general generalin
in the gendarmerie for the city of Mon Monastir lofonastir 3fonastir
astir and the captain of the company to towhich towhich towhich
which Hallm belonged have been de deprived deprived deprived ¬ I
prived of thoir commands and handed handedover handedoYer handedover
over to the judicial authorities An In Inquiry inquiry Inquiry ¬
quiry has been instituted in tituted for the pur purpose purpose parpose ¬
pose of discovering who fired at the theconsuls theconsuls theconsuls
consuls carriage from the military militaryoakery
bakery bakeryRANGE oakeryRANGE
1 1RANGE
RANGE WAR WA IN MONTANA MONTANASeveral MOF4TANASeveral A ASeveral
Several Stockmen Arrested Arrestederor For Al Alleged Alleged Alleged ¬
leged Crime CrimeEutte C CrimeButte ime imeButte
Butte Aug Au 35 5A A Miner special from fromHelena romHelena fromHelena
Helena saS that a a range war of DO ciosmall DOsmaH o osmall
small dimensions is raging in the thenorthern thenorthern thenorthern
northern part of Lewis and Clarke Clarkecounty Clarkecount Clarkecounty
county count in the region of the middle middlefork middletork middlefork
fork of the Dearborn river Sheriff SheriffJeff SherifJeft SheriffJeff
Jeff OConnell returned tonight from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the scene having placed seven well wellknown wen1tnoun wellknown
known ranchers and cattlemen under underarrest underarrest underarrest
arrest They are all charged with as assault assault assault ¬
sault in the third degree as the result resultof resultot resultof
of an alleged attack made upon Aide Aidelaid Alde Aldelaid Aidelaid
laid Daginalse a herder who ho says jthat jthathe that thathe thathe
he was surprised one night last week weekb weekby
by b twenty armed whitecaps coming comingupon comInSupon comingupon
upon him with rifles The whitecaps whitecapsdemolished whitecapsdemollsbed whitecapsdemolished
demolished his corral and slaughtered slaughteredhis
his sheep Placing a rope around his hisneck hisneck hisneck
neck according to Daglnaises story storythe storYthe storythe
the whltecappers strung him up to a atree atree atree
tree for a few moments He was let letdown letdown letdown
down choldng and made to swear he hewould hewould hewould
would quit the country and not reveal revealthe reealthe revealthe
the names of his assaulters The next nextday nextday nextday
day Daginalse came to town ard a dswo dswoout swore sworeout sworeout
out complaints which were a sned rved to today today today ¬
day Daglnaise says he could unly rec recognize recognize recognize ¬
ognize seven of his assailants assailantsNext assaU assailttntsa assailttntsNext nts ntsNext
a
Next Worlds Meet at St Louis LouisCopenhagen LouisCopenhagen LouisCopenhagen
Copenhagen Aug li 1 15Eleven Eleven na nations nations nations ¬
tions were represented today tod y at the thecongress tbecongress thecongress
congress of the worlds international internationalbicycle Internationalbicycle internationalbicycle
bicycle champions America being rep represented represented represented ¬
resented by Victor Breyer It was a5 de decided decided docided ¬
cided to hold a championship ch mplonship meeting meetingat
at the St Louis exposition expositionEngland expositionEngland expositionEngland
England and Germany were appli applicants applicants applicants ¬
cants for the meeting to be held in 1905 1905but 1905but 1005but
but the decision on this point was post postponed postponed postponed ¬
poned until the meeting of the congress congressat
at Paris next February FebruaryYacht FobruaryYncht FebruaryYacht
Yacht Race Patrol PatrolWashington PatrolWashington PatrolWashington
Washington Aug Au 15 liBy By direction of ofSecretary ofS ofSecretary
Secretary S cretnry Cortelyou tho supervising in inspector Inspector InSpector ¬
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