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I ESrABL ESTABLISHED SHED JUNE JUN JUNE6 6 1870 S SALT liTLAIi LT LAKE CLft CITY UTAH An F FRIDAY AY SEPTEMBER 11 1903 PRICE FIVE CEN CENTS
RIO GRANDE GRANDETO TO ASK DEPOT DEPOTOfficial DEPOTFRANCHISE DEPOTFRANCHISE
FRANCHISE OF COUNCIL COUNCILOfficialAnpouncement COUNCILt
t
Official OfficialAnpouncement Announcement Is Made of ProposedEx ProposedExpenditure Proposed Ex Exy Exii ¬
ii y f penditure of 750000 to 1000000 1000000Hand IOOQQOO IOOQQOOt iQOOOOOHandmc
+ t
Hand Handmc nve meP Passenger Station Is Promised Shops Are to Be En Eni Enlarged
i j larged and Yardage Faoilities increased
A T THE next meeting of the city citycouncil cltouncl1 citycouncil
AT A council the Rio Grand Western Westernwill W Wederuwill terD terDWill
will apply for a franchise e permit permitting permltUnl pernilttini ¬
ting the building bulldha of a new passenger passengerstation piWMqertaUon peflrstation
station additions to its shops and an anIncrease nncre8Jle anIncrease
Increase ncre8Jle in its yardage facilities the thewhole theWbole thewhule
whole to cost not less than 7iO 7iOand 760000 760000and 750110and
and probably over 1000000 91000000Official 1000000Offlclal 1000000OIflclal
Official announcement of o thin UtI fact factwas tactas factae
was as made yesterday ye tenlay by General l Su Superintendent SuIerintpndnt Sujertntennt ¬
perintendent J 1 H Young who haa h rep represented rep4lP8ft1ted repreeented ¬
resented the Rio Grande in the nego negotiations neotiatlonft negottatfon ¬
tiations with the Oregon Short Line Linewhich LI LIwhich LinewhIct
which led to a settlement of the depot depotand depotand aepotand
and franchise rranchl e controversy The plans plansare piaufire planeare
are in general as outlined in The Her Herald Her4ld Heraid ¬
aid ld yesterday yesterdayAccording Ye yesterdayAccording terday terdayAccording
According to Mr Young the inten intention mten4tion Intention ¬
r tion is to erect er ct a magnificent passen passenger pauenger ¬
ger station on Fourth West We t street be between bet ¬
tween t ween Second and Fourth South streets streetsAt streetsat
At a coat of at least 200000 Perm Permission Permflon PermtsIion ¬
sion will be asked to close Third South Southstreet Southtreet Southetreet
street making makln the depot entrance face facethat facethat facethat
that street In part compensation compensationtherefor compenaatlontherefor compeneatloniherefor
therefor a sixrod street is to be opened openedbetween openedbtween openedbetween
between Third and Fourth West WestHtnfts WestMtt8 WeatKtrt
Htnfts Ktrt running runnin from Second South to toFourth toFourth toFourth
Fourth South streets itiee for the aecom aecominodutton eeOMlnoda co co3JiOdntlon
inodutton lnoda Bon of traffic thus diverted divertedTo tyertedTo
To Bnlarge the Shops ShopsTap ShopsThp hopnTh
Tap Th present r nt shops ar are to be enlarged enlargedto
t to nearly double the present size t at a acost aOst aemit
cost < of 225000 At present the em employe emoy em3iloye ¬
ploye oy of the shops silo number BOO and the themonthly themonthly the2nonthly
monthly payroll is 46000 OOO The number numberof
of employes is to be raised to MO with witha
a proportionate increase in the payroll payrollThe payrollThf payrollTh
The Th old passenger station at Second SecondSouth SecondHnuth SecondSuttt
South and Sixth West streets Is I to be beremoved betmoEd beymoved
removed and the entire space between betweenFifth betweenFifth betweenifth
Fifth ifth and Sixth West streets from fromFirst tromFirst fromFirst
First to t Tenth South streets is to bs bsused b bJsfd b2ieed
used for nr freight yard The re rearrangement rea rearrigcnent ¬
arrangement a or the freight terminal terminalwill terminaliIl
will iIl cost ost st 75000 S G New trackage will willcost willOlllt willcoit
cost Olllt SWOOO SWOOODouble S1OOOn flOOO flOOOTIQUble
Double n uhl trucks are to be put pU in on onFourth onFourth otiourth
Fourth ourth West street from Ninth Nlnt South Southto Southto Southto
to Fifth North street Immense coal coalptorftxe oat oalfto oatetorage
ptorftxe fto f trestles of 20000 tons capacity capacityre
I 8r nrc re to br erected south of Sixth South Southtr SouthIItr southntreet
IItr ntreet tr et t along the tracks tracksMore tralklore traekiMore
More and an t is i to be purchased ware warehouses warebouiee are arebOU8fS ¬
houses built turntables put in and andother andotber andother
other expenditures made which will willbrim willbring III IIIbri
brim bri the total cost up to the figurespreviously A figures Ilgureaprevlouily reil reilprevlousl
previously stated statedGreat statedI etateGreat
I Great Sums to be Spent SpentGranted SpentGnmlOd SpentGronted
Granted that the Oregon Short Line LineFan LineRan LineSan
Fan Pedro Los Angeles Anpl Salt Lake LakeRitdKio lAkeJUtdHlo iaieandRIo
RitdKio Grande Western We terft all carry out outtheir outth outtheir
their th lr present plans for increasing Inrrea IureaeIn depot depotfaclllttes depotfhop depotEhp
fhop andteruPna1 and trulnal faclllttes ta s sn Salt SaltIake SaltLake
Lake not ed eu titan n ttMOOOI n will be bespent be8Jent beepent
spent by these e railroad companies in inimproving In1mproving InIrnprcving
improving the city The improvement improvementin
in each case mean additional employes employeswith employewith empIoyev1th
with large arge pay rolls to pour money moneyfteadily mODe mODeIItp moneysteadily
steadily IItp diIy into the channels of trade tradeIt
It te l expected that the Western Pa Paciflc Padtlc PaiflC
ciflc iflC and the Denver Northwestern NorthweeterB1acUk NorthweeternacIfl
Pacific acIfl will soon be heard from In this thisconnection thisonntftJon thieonnettlon
connection The Western Pacific will willoccupy willcUJ willCCUIY
occupy cUJ the same station as the Rio RioCirande RioGrande Riorande
Grande Western etern but it wUl need ad additional additional addlttonal ¬
ditional shop and yard facilities re requiring refluirlng requirhig ¬
quiring heavy expenditures The plans plansthe plans4f
4f < > f the th Moffat M off at road if they are formu formulated formui1tfd formuetted ¬
lated are being kept quiet but no nodoubt nodoubt I
doubt is I felt that this line will have haveFhopK I IFhop
FhopK In Salt Lake as a well as adequate
II IIJlH
pHSsengei JlH MEl1gpr and freight ret terminals termlnalaAll
All < > f this thl leaving Itavln the Coos Bay Rose Rosen ROIIe1urc
burg Salt Lake road out or the qUeII
tion would mean n the expenditure of at atast
1 rl Ifut ast another AOOI In Salt Lake a fact factWhleh factwhich
which Ia afOUeIq the reel eale ate IIpfe speeiIator
11 111atolll la tore In thta Ut and other cities Denver Denerattle
ifcattle attle and Los Angeles real estate e tate spec specFEASTED specFEASTED specFEASTED
FEASTED AT PUEBLO PUEBLOWashington PUEBLOWashington PUEBLOD
D
Washington Correspondents Roy Royally Royally Royally ¬
ally Entertained in the Cen Centennial Centennial Centennial ¬
tennial State StatePueblo StatePue StatePueblo
Pueblo Pue Colo Cob Sept 10 lOThe The excur excursion exeurfion ezeurifl ¬
sion ifl of otlM the Washington correspondents correspondentsn corre pondent pondentn
n route 10 to the national irrigation con conpress eongress congrene
press to be held at Ogden O < den Utah were werethe wei weithe
the 1 he irupsts ts of the business men and andnewspaper and11PWBpa andnewspaper
newspaper 11PWBpa per men of Pueblo from 4M 4Mthis 4 4thl 420this
this thl afternoon until after an informal
banquet at the Imperial hotel tonight too < ht
At X oclock < k a banquet warn served at
the Imperial hotel at which I 1 N Ste Stevens Stefns Steeditor ¬
vens fns editor of the Pueblo Chieftain Chieftainft Chieftainnded
ft nded ted as 8 toastmaster There was no novejrular nolpgula nogulir
vejrular gulir r orogramme and most of the theFhort theehort
Fhort addresses delivered were made by
1h the visitors In response lo 0 Invitations InvltatioMom
from om the toastmaster toastmasterThe toa tmutEr tmutErThe
The party made the trip from Denver Denvert
t tn Cripple Creek hut night nt < ht arriving arrivingnt aMYln <
I
nt the gold camp early this morning
A A f rter ter breakfast the guests Ve ts of the cham ¬
ber of commerce the correspondents correspondentswere
were ere shown over the district visiting visitingpeverai YltJngflPeral visitingseveral
several of the mines They left for forCoorado forColorado
Colorado Springs at 11 oclock arriving urln urlnt
there t at noon They The were entertained entertainedat
at t luncheon by the chamber of com commerce com111ercoe cornnierce ¬ I
merce and taken over the city in auto automobiles autoxnoblli to tomobl ¬
mobiles mobl At S oclock they left for forWAS torlueb forJuebIo
lueb luebWAS JuebIoWAS
WAS A WBIiL KtfOWN ACTOR AOTOBBoston AcTORl3oon
Boston Sept 10 leIt It develops that a aman atnan a7nan I
man who wh ho entered int red the city hospital last lastvfek Ja8tWfpk lastveek
vfek complaining r flmpiaml of illness and who whodied whodj whoulid
died dj d of 4 pneumonia Ilnf > Um nla Monday night was wasFred Wallrfdfrkk wasrederiek
Fred rfdfrkk riok Clifton ll ton of New York the theveii thewcIl
veii 11 known actor and member of the theSign tb tb8ign theSign
Sign of the Cross Cro company which whichhas which11as whichT
T has been playing here There were no nofriends nofrindll nofriends
friends or relatives at the bedside when whenCountry whendesth i
desth ath cam Mr 1 Clifton came to this UWIountry thisoUfltl7
Country from England about twenty twentyyears twentya
years a are rs ago with a Gilbert A Sullivan SuflIvdiippera n f I
vpera company j I
utators are understood to be keeping tab tabon tabon
I on these railroad moves and to be quietly
Picking up property 7 In Salt Lake LakeWork lAkeWoclt LakeWork
Work to Begin Soon SoonWork SoonWo SoonWork
Work t on the new depot shops s and andI
7 yards will baum ne MOn as practicable practicableafter le
I after the council grants ranta the f fasked fraacbIM fraitchiseasked
asked ed saM Mite M Toeing yesterda yesterdaem 7daX 1be Tbegns
gns ford ue shops are practllI7 corn cornplstd
patte4 They rJIe are to be thorou thoroughly < hlr JJJOd JJJOdera modera
era m every respect Electricity is to be
I the nstttre apwer 1ft and Dd each machine e is laI
to have a motor of Its own Ts PaellItfe PaellItfeare FacliltiSeare lltles lltlesare
are to be provided for the building of
I freight cars and to do practically all tn tnregular Ute Uterental theregular
regular work of railroad d shops
The Th plans > for the depot are not so IKtI
far f along but none other than Mr Gould
is the authority t1t7 for the statement that thatwhen thatwheu thatwhen
I when It Is built It win be 1 a credit to Salt
Li Lake The freight yard will wll be remod remodeled remodeled remodclod ¬
eled and the capacity more than doubled doubledThe doubledThe
The Industrial tracks and the warehouses warehouseswttl
I will be on Fifth West t street the passen passenger plUllWnI psesengay ¬
I gay business bul being done on Fourth West Weststreet Weststreet Veatatreet
street streetThe streetThe
The coal trestles will be put In not
I because of any aft direct t profit to the rail railroad railroad railroad ¬
road company companbut but to give ve a better serv service MrYI nsrvIce ¬
I ice to coal consumers During < the t th e sum summer MImI summar ¬
mar the coal will 111 be hauled to Salt Jt Lake Lakeand Lakelid Lakeand
and stored ber here relieving the usual win winter winter wintax ¬
I ter connection couut0rlfttb6 la the co coal l traffic trafficIioekiitf trafficLoekinc trafficLooking
Looking Toward 3TutureThe FutureThe Future Putureme
The Rio Qrande Is looking toward the
I future and is preparing to take care of a adevelopment agrt agrtatly
grt grtatly atly iaer iaeragsed buha business consequent conaequentupon consequentupon
upon Ute expected growth or the city the thedevttlopmtnt thedevelopment
development of the surrounding urroundJo country countryand countryand countryand
and the Increase in through traffic trafficAccording tratnecordlnlr trtficAcordtng
According cordlnlr to toe present plans the th pas passenger peesei3grr ¬
senger Dlfft train of the Rio Grande ate pM1 to toeooie toI tocone
I COme in over the present line Un from the thei thesouth
i I south until the city ctt limits are reached reachedrhence
rhence a right of way ay la to be purchased purchasedPlace r1l rurehasedOs baMd
I or condemned dtqmaJly aerna Fountain FoUlltatAI
Place subdivision to Ninth South aw a ned
Fourth West streets The doubletracked
I line will continue contt 1e north on Fourth West Weststreet WutstrNt WestStreet
street to the th pasfrngor pa tr fetation at Third
South street The double track will con ¬
tinue north on Fourth JlourthWe West t street to
Fifth North There a i spur win cr croe the
Oregon Short Line trac tracthe trak ka nUnuln o to
the north and connect connectT eeenecthig onr t the e 5kCI lIert
IAn Line trackswlUl tracks Ith the orsent nt Jrth Salt
T Lake < ake quarry spur of the RIo Grande > The Thenvln T Tm Th Thm1n
nvln m < 1r line will swinv northwt northwesterly ifrly keen k ¬
Ins w wt t of tb U Short Line Li tracks cad cadconnecting wl wlconnecting Iadonn
connecting onn Uq with the jresent main line linenear IDehear linehear
hear Seventh Nortl street
As a part of the e plan lan for the Increase Increaseof
of the t VST veresge Ha i paetlth No MIwI he Mwill company
will ask that the t city vacate tho wc wt t
half of Fifth West street between Sec Second Secon Seenij ¬
ond on nij end nd Xtath tnt ftith tb Ift t teot eet t antl n < l th thE > ist st
hal naKa i JtL Sixth West street t between betw Sixth Sixthail SIx SIx1toa
ail Kwth South oath streets streetsRoa4s streetsRoadg
Roa4s 1toa Arein Harmony HarmonyTh
Th ThC franchise frauch to be a asked ked by the Rio
Grande in no rio way w yconOlets conflicts with that al already alracly ali ¬
ready i requested by the Oregon Short
Lin Une An agfesnutnt iiss nt t has b been reached r hed
by which the e two while acting independ independently Independfla independently ¬
ently fla are In Jcajgsfteny y This is s result resultof rieuftIt
of It negodatlf negodatlfn W have been beetlll beencenCt
n f fer r seme semeJ s
J H Young To
Wester and Osstyai Xaaasjer W H Hvft
cenCt vft ft representlnB tepresa the Short Line
th TOovOtiny RioUvai frsy a spur running to f
the i lime tmarrksi Qu iuari1 to 1i North Salt Lake Lakewhich lAkewblch Lakewhich
which crosses tie Short Line tracRs at
Ninth North Street This would inter ¬ I Itere
fare greatly U with the proposed new yards yardsand yartiaand
and shops h of th te Short Line As a part partof pArtor partof
of the agreement the Rio Grande Grandeabandons Grandeabandon Grandeabandons
abandons this crossing obtaining access accessto a accessto < ell8
to the spur by a crossing < at Fifth North Northstreet Northstreet Northstreet
street and the use of the Short Line spur spurrunning spurrunnlnlr spurconning
running from this point as previously previouslyexplained prevloualyexplamed previouslyexplained
explained explainedIn
In return turn for this the Oregon 801 Short Line
has agreed to relinquish to the Rio
Grande it It franchise rights for a track trackon trackon trackOn
on the east side of Fourth West street streetthus
thUd giving the th latter road untrammeled untrammeledaccess untraanIDelfdto
access se to Its depot site Arrangements Arrangementsthe
have also been made for joint traebp to tot tot
the t plant of the American Smelting A R He
fining company at Murray Murrayc
Friendly = negotiations c r hvI having vI vIbeUeve proceeded proceededsuccessfully pzoceededsnecessfutiy
successfully thus far there h are some who
believe they may go still further and andall andan andalt
all the roads may Join in the erection of ofa Ofa ofa
a union station handsomer and more ex expensive Cxpensive ¬
pensive than any so tar planned
JEALOUSY OR ROBBERY ROBBERYTriple ROBBERVTriple ROBBERYTriple
Triple Tragedy in inthe the Japanese JapaneseSection JapaneseSection JapaneseSection
Section of San Franciscos FranciscosChinatown FranciscosChinatown FranciscosChinatown
Chinatown ChinatownSan
San Jose J e Sept 10 10Two Two Japanese Japanen a aman a ainsn
man n and a woman dead at the themorgue themoe thergue
morgue rgue and ad another Japanese lying lyingfatally 17lnlfataD lyingfatally
fatally fataD wounded In the hospital fur furnishes furJdehea furalibis ¬
alibis the outcome of a bloody episode episodeIn epl e eIn
In the Japanese Jaan e section of Chinatown Chinatowntoday Cbl1latowntoda7 Chinatowntoday
today The Th dead are one Kudo a gam gambier gambler gumbier
bier and an A Mrs Tabuchi The man manstill man8Ull manstill
still alive is S K Tabuehl the hus husband bu buband husband ¬
band of the tit woman The affair has not notbeen no nobeen notbeen
been cleared up though thou < h this th much is isknown IsDOwn Isknown
known tha Kudo after having havln been beenrun beenrwa beenrun
run out of Chinatown by the Japanese Japanesereturned Japanesereturned e ereturnetl
returned today and and entering Tabuchls Tabuchlslodging TabuchlJodatn Tabuchrslodging
lodging house first shot bot Tabuchi In the theback th thbaek thbach
back and then the killed the woman and andafterwards andafterwarclll andafterwards
afterwards In a aa adjoining room com committed committed cornmitted ¬
mitted suicide IlUlel The shooting brought broughtthe broUAhtthe broughtthe
the officers to the place lace The room wa waon ws wson waon
on fire fly but the flames caused cau ed probably probablyby
by the pistol shots were soon extin extinguished extinpillhed extlngulahed ¬
guished In a trunk the sum of 4MaO 4MaOwas 43t0was 80 80wu
was found One theory is that Kudo Kudowent KUdowent Kudowent
went to the place for the purpose of ofrobbery ofrobbery ofrobbery
robbery another that he was in love lovewith lovewith lovewith
with Mrs Tabuchi and that her rejec rejection rejection rejection ¬
tion of his hi advances Induced the idea ideaof Ideaof Ideaof
of a double murder murderUiTEOlT murdlYUKION murderUltroN
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+ UiTEOlT PACIFIC BLOCKED BLOCKEDSpecial BLOCKEDlal +
4 + +
4 Special lal to The Herald Heraldf Heral4Cheyenne HeraldCheyenne +
+ f Cheyenne Wyo Sept 10 lOT1ae lOT1aebrMp 10Thebridge The + f
+ bridge over the Medicine Bow Bowriver 4 4river +
+ river eighty miles west weSt of Lara LaraDIe Lam +
4 DIe burned out this evening and aDdtraftlc andtrame +
+ traffic is tied up west of here De De4railed 4 1railed
+ railed cars at Bgbert have blocked bloekedthe blockedthe 4
+ the fourth district No trains will wllImove 4
4 move in or out of Cheyenne before beforetomotrOw 4 4tomorrow
+ tomorrow 4 4
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4 ANJISMOOT RESOLUTION TABLED TABLEDI
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4 4a t tSBORT
+ a SBURT PARK N J Sept 10 IOoAt At the convention of the Evangelical V8JlSeUe0iI + 4Lutheran
+ 41 I Lutheran synod od of New York and New Jers Jerse7J1e14 7held beld here today a alIoolution asoIutIou 4 4i +
+ i solution was as introduced by Rev c W Helsler of Albany Alban in sym 8111J symHthy +
4 Hthy J It hy with the movement momt > nt to oust Red d Smoot from his seat in the the1nitfd < 4 41nIttI
4 + Inited States Stat senate nate After ten minutes mlnu heated discussion the motion motiona 4 4v 4 4as
+ v as a < laid on the table by a vote ote of f 18 to 13 In part the resolution follows 4
4 Whereas the seating Mt > allng of said Smoot Is l a direct insult to the purity puritynil + 4nd
0 nd 1 integrity of f the t hf houses bom es and fanriiies of this Christian Chrl Uan nation n tlon and andIublir + 4iublk
4 iublk recognition > > n of an avowed exponent t and official of Mormonlsm Mormoulemth 4 +
+ v Uh th its accompanying polygamy poIy mT to In direct contravention of the tMc tMcJrillipl basic 4 +
4 4 j Jrillipl 3Fl1It > i iiiripl tplPe > K of f our government goernmentHeFoIVfd + 4t
t Resolved That through our secretary we memoralise the congress 4 4
4 fi r1 tnp he Tniud States to propose an a amendment to the federal constitu constituo 4 4 4D
o 4 tTi i fl forever prohibiting poly polygumt gam < 4IImt and polygamous practices In the + 4riiutl
4 riiutl 1 States ami territories +
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I THE LATEST LATE T WORK WORK OF ART
Gucw Ill IUSe Send 1d This Around to My Friends the ip9W 4Powors PeweTg rB Ii IiOught ifOught
Ought to Make a Hit With th Them ThwnMohammed ThtmGUARDS ThemGUARDS
GUARDS EXPIRED FROM TERROR tfJRRORMohammedSaid TERRORMo1amrnedaid
Mohammed MohammedSaid Said to toHave Have Risen From the Tomb in Medina and anEJEx anEJExC anEJExaimd Ex Excjaimgd
> C k cjaimgd aimd in rn n Solemn T Tones oltes Allah Saujpy Save Thy Thy ThymL f fv
v 0 tr II
mL e I t f >
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T ONDO Sejjt l IV UThe 1 Tbe Tbe temper of ofthe orI ofL
L L the UI Bulgforian Dul Bulg tlan people and govern government government governmeat ¬
ment according < to telegrams from fromSofia fromSofia I
Sofia SoflaIB lg rising to danger point All in indications indicatlong ¬
dications tend to show that however howeverloyally however10yaU howeverloyally I
loyally the tl e government vernment desires to ob observe ohserve ¬ I Iserve
serve a neutral attitude it will be beforced beforced beforced
forced ere long by byprell pressure lure VeUFe from the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people into a formal declaration of ofsympathy ofsympathy ofsympathy
sympathy with the Macedonian iaoed nlan nian Chris Christians ChrieUans Christlans ¬
tians Premfer PetrolTs < informal Intl Intlmatioi JntlmathY Intimatio
matioi to the diptotaats diplOt Jats in Sofia Softathat SoftathatunleM that thatunless thatunIe
unless unIe some means of restraining Tur Turkeys Turkeys Turkeys ¬
keys terrible measures m measu to suppress the theuprising theu theuprisIng
uprising u rl lng in Macedonia is taken by the thepowers thepowers thepowers
powers Bulgaria will be forced to de depart depart depart ¬
part from strict neutrality is regarded regardedas
as a warning in this sense to the pow powers Owera powera > ¬
era A committee representing Tepre entlng all allclasses allclas allclasses
classes clas e has been organised by the pro professors profes prolessors ¬
lessors fes ors of the Sofia university and is issitting Issitting Issitting
sitting daily to discuss dl S8 the situation situationBitter ltuaUonBitter situationBitter
Bitter attacks on Prince Ferdinand Ferdinandare
are indulged in for his action in die dissolving dlaIOlvtnR diesolving ¬
solving the Sobranje at such a critical criticalmoment criticalmoment criticalmoment
moment which is characterised aa aatreason 8treason astreason
treason against the people Resolu Resolutions ResolutIong oIu oIutlon ¬
tions will be submitted to this t is commit committee committee committee ¬
tee today urging ur lng the immediate mob mobilization mobilization ¬
ilization of the tbearmy army against Turkey TurkeyWot TurkeyNot I INot I
Not Enough Troops TroopsThe TroopuThe I
The Daily Telegraphs correspondent correspondentat I I
at Sofia So in a long lo resume of the situ situation BltuI BltuIatlon situallen ¬
allen points out that Bulgaria does doesnot doesnot I
not possess po 68 sufficient troops to proper properly t roper roperIT ¬
ly cordon the frontier She has only onlypoets onlypoats I IP
poets P of five men each at points of ofthree i itbree
three miles distant from each other otherENTITLED otherENTITLED otherENTITLED
ENTITLED TO REWARD REWARDSheriff REWARDSheriff REWARDSheriff
Sheriff McCord McCordWilI Will Get 500 for forArrestand forArrest torArrest
Arrestand Arrest a and d Conviction of ofCurtis ofGurtis ofCurtis
Curtis JeU JeUI JeUCynt JeUCyntidana
I Cynthlana Cynt Jana Ky Sept 10 lOJUd 10Judge Judge O Oborne Os OsborlM Osborne
borne hae certified to the state trees treasurer t turer treesurer ¬
urer that Sheriff Woo oit McCord of ofClark ofClark ofClark
Clark county is entitied Ui the reward rewardof
of iN GOf II ottered byMtovcrnor br Qvernor Beckham Beckhamfor
for the arrest ane t and onVlctlOD c nvfctkm of the theassassin thea theassassin
assassin of J B Marcum Sheriff < Mc McCord XcCord McCord ¬
Cord arrested Curtis Jett JettLouisville JettLoul JettLouisville
Louisville Loul Yilie Ky Sept 10 IGA A special specialfrom specialfrom specialfrom
from Lexington Ky says saysI 78 78B
B J i Ewen the witness in the Jett JettWhlte JettWhite JettWhite
White trials what is In this city has hasreceived hureeelYed hasreceived
received a letter 1ett r from Jackson advising advisinghim aclvlog111m advisinghim
him to leave Lexington stating statln < that thathis th thathis l lhis
his enemies at Jackson have made re yenewed
newed threats agatSMt his life lifeCynthiana UfeC7nthlana lifeCynthiana
Cynthiana Ky Sept 20 lOThe The Harri Harrison Harrison Harrison ¬
son county grand jar today returned returnedIndictments retarnfdIDcUc returnedindictments
Indictments IDcUc neJata against sggM TJfricky ricky Jim Back BackGeorge BackGeor BaCkGeorge
George Geor e Bollloger DoIJI and d C C Adams for forperjury torperjury forprfury
perjury Ta Tiay Tbi y testified in the recent recentJettWhite recentJett recentJettWhlte
JettWhite Jett White trials here attempting to toprove toproYe toprove
prove an alibi fbr Jett Warrants WarrantsHave Warrantshave
have been issued issuedPOWDER lauecJa lauecJpownER IssuedPOWflER a
POWDER EXPLCSON EXPlCSONFireman EXPLCS0NFireman I IFireman
Fireman Killed and an Engineer Fa Fatally Patally I Itally
tally Injured InjuredEldorado j I IEldorado
Eldorado Kan KanSept Sept 10 OA A carload carloadof 1
of powder xploded at Beaumont this thiscounty thisQunty thiscounty
county at 9 oclock tonight A fireman firemanwas firemanwas I
was killed kll1edand und anengineer an engineer injured fa fatally fatall fatally
tally tall Several veral others were hurt but butnone butnODe butnone
none of the names can be learned learnedA lea rned rnedA
A carload of powder on the Santa Fe Feswitch F Feswitch
I Iswitch
switch vas run into in some manner mannerby mannprby mannerby
by a train on the WinflcKl branch and anda j ja
a frightful explosion i resulted ruult It Itheard wa waheard wan wanheard
heard for miles and the people JM ple in nearly nearlyall n nearlyall arly arlyall
all the towns In the county countyuld could see Reethe seethe j
the flash of the powder wd r A relief train trainhas trainhag trainhas
has left here for the > scene > of the ex explosion explotlou exploskMI ¬
plosion SJto d particulars of the accident accidenta I IUIr
a UIr ai if > yet obtainable obtalnfibtun
J
un
ami an as the Turkish wU kf8h frontier guard al alwsn al4 al4reU alwg
wsn reUse reU when they see Bulgarian Bulgarianhancls B BttgarIanbank rln rlncro
bank crossing cro ln the latter have ap easy easytasli eaST
task tJL8I The correspondent thinks this thispoints thispoints thIspoints
points to the conclusion that the t e Otto Ottoman Oltoman Ottoman ¬
man government desires to keep the theinsurrectien thelurr
Insurrection lurr Uen alive aJlv as a pretext p tex fier the theannihilation th thanulhllaUon theannihilation
annihilation of o the Christians a ad d as asthe uthe
the Bulgarians are unlikely to main semaininactive emalninactive maininactive
inactive spectators of the massacre af aftheir attheir
their brethren the current of DOpular DOpularfaellng epuIarfeeling s uter uterfellng
feeling may easily e Uy become too toofol strung strungfor
for any government to withstand Kven Kvenin Bvenin
I
in the Bulgarian army and administra administration l ¬ I
tion there is strong sympathy for torMacedflnlal18 he heMacedunlans ie ieMacedonians
Macedonians and in these services servicesthere servlclthere
there is also a large percentage of ofMacedonians otMacedonlan8 ofMacedonlans
Macedonians Hitherto by < promlaiag IOMRC
European intervention and nd suppressing suppressingthe
the details of the Turkish Tur = Ish atrocities the thegovernment thegovernment thegovernment
government has succeeded suc d In allaying allayingpopular allaJeJDApopular allay3ngpopular
popular indignation but such tempo temporary teJ temporacy pO pOrary ¬
rary expedients can no longer 1QaIeraVllU 1QaIeraVllUand aysll ayslland avfland
and nothing short of International In Intervention isterventlon ¬ I Iterventlon
terventlon can dispel the storm clouds cloudsnow 1
now fast gathering gatheringInaicates I IInaicates
Inaicates Holy War WarA I IA
A curious story appears in the Vien Vienna ¬ I Ifta
na Neue Frele Presse Pre e that the sheikh sheikhof aa kh i iof
of Medina is spreading the report that thatthe thatthe thattht
the Prophet Mohammed rose from fJlOlfttomb his htotomb histomb
tomb and exclaimed in solemn tones tonesAllah tonesAllah tonesAllah
Allah save thy people whereupon the thesix thesix I Isix
six guardians of the tomb expired from fromterror fxomterror I Iterror
terror The legend has excited Con Constantinople ContanUnople Constantinople ¬
stantinople and is regardedas regard regarded as an in intrigue 10trlgue Intrigue ¬
trigue to compel the Ottoman govern government government government ¬
ment to undertake an antiChristian antiChristiancampaign antiChriattancampaign antiChristiancampaign
campaign I
I
t
HIS U J MIND fvt MINDUNHINGED MINDUNHINGED4inpi I N D UNHINGED UNHINGEDltinpis U N H I N G ED EDfJlinois
ltinpis 4inpi Farmer Kills His Father FatherL
i L iir inLaw and Takes to toii tothe tothe
ii V the Woods Woodsjet WoodstL Woodsij
j
ij jet tL I4ttfe isiuiliII f Sept SeptleA M 10A 10AOstDitck A special i te tMetDlllJpath teostlHsBMteH
ostlHsBMteH from Waterloo Ills IllsWllliara Dl DlIt Illsyg
It yg
ItUUMa
Wllliara UUMa A Hoffman a young 70 farm farmrhand wmi farmhAnd
hAnd i nd living near jMayestown i Bin Ilbvtwelve jtwelve
twelve miles southeast t of Waterloo WaterlooLcalled Wate Waterloocalled 1
called c lled his fatherinlaw Dr William WilliamBraadt WIlliamBraadt WilliamDm41
Braadt to the door of his house Oe last lastnight t tnt
night and shot him itlmto to death Then Ire Ireide h III
rade back ba k to his hf8wlte wife and told her that thathe that1e
he he had ha l killed the old hound her fa father fatber father ¬ I
ther gave her 2 which he said he hewanted j ja
wanted a her to spend on the christening christeningof 1 1ot
of their 4week8oM daughter Mary Mary1tI Maryk1sd
Kissed 1tI her and their four children cl and andlntoJ andr
rede r into lntoJ hi wapd wapdnSssr wpdhjre
nSssr are arp two town nsu I 1 mtt M J1111b MkbefI Ub UbfirVX
firVX 1 Mil ftl myseK 7Mf H he said t wktr te Ida Wile wtfebefote Wiletetoee wilelavtn
befote leavtnk leavtnkfThe lavtn lavtnTbe n nrT1Mt
fThe Tbe family of T Dr > r Brandt offer o < er a aueward afeward aseward
seward of 9300 300 for Hoffmans HD < mans capture captureSheriff captureSheritf
Sheriff Thomas Ruch and a apens large largeposse 1arg2po
I posse are searching for him and expect expectat
rat at any time to have a pitched battle battlewith battlewith
with him He is armed with a shotgun shotgunand sboqunIrid shotgungfld
Irid I and revolvers Before killing his histath hisfofttberIn hisftherlnIaw
tath fofttberIn ftherlnIaw rlnlaw law he purchased purcha ed fifty rounds roundsof
of cartridges for the gun gunHoffman gunIoinan
fI Hoffman trJnan IB an unerring marksman marksmanstrong mark marksmanstrong man I
strong and athletic and the officer ofliceibelieve I1Je1leve
believe he was wa driven to recklessness reckle88Deesby j jby j
by whisky and his imaginary I nary troubles troublesis j i IItM
It ItM is supposed that Hoffman killed killedhis killedl killedhis
his l s fatherinlaw because becausethe the old gen geni genI guntieman
i tinman refused to increase his weekly weeklyallowance weekl7aDowaace
allowance Dr Brandt was quite quitewealthy
wealthy and had been practically sup supporting up upJOrting
porting his soninlaw and family familyAUTOMOBILE familyAUTOMOBilE familyes
es esAUTOMOBILE
AUTOMOBILE WENT WENTOVER WENTOVER WENTOVER
OVER EMBANKMENT EMBANKMENTTuxedo
+ Tuxedo Tux do Park N T Y Sept 18 18Dr 4 4Dr
+ Dr Edward C Rushmore of the +
4 f Tuxedo colony was fatally injured injuredf + 4and
+ f and Miss U s Cornelia Herrick of + 4Southampton I
+ f Southampton his niece was in Instantly +
4 stantly killed in an automobile ac +
4 f cident at Arden today The auto automobile 4 4t f ff I
+ f t mobile in going up a steep incline incliner + I
1 r 300 yards from E E H Harrimans + 4mummer i
+ summer lIUDer home gave out and the 4 f ff j I Iwould
4 f brake would not work The ma machine 4 4chine f j jchine i
+ chine rushed backward down the thebUl 4 4hill t
+ hill going < down a sixtyfoot bctfoot em 4 <
4 baukment on the mountain side 81d 4 j I
I Ij
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + j
BOLD BANDITS VISIT TACOMA TAGOMAFive T AOMAt AOMAFiv6MenRobbed
4 4Five t
Five Fiv6MenRobbed Men Robbed in the Hotel Pheit at the Points Pointsof of Pistols PistolsAt PistolsAtteqlPt PistolsAttempt At Attempt ¬
tempt to Blow Open 3 Safe at Downs DownsWasJUngton DownsWashirigton DownsWashiton
WasJUngton
rjACGaLV T tA Wjsili w 1 Sept ll lt 1jie Flve Flvemasked Jil e eed
T 1 masked ed men m Jt entered the bar barroom barroom
room roDm of the Hotel Oheit at Sout SoutTwentylINt Soutk Soii4TwentyShot SoutkTwentyftrst I
Twentyftrst and PacMe avenues short shortly abortly shortly ¬
ly after midnight last n nk HV held Ift up upfive upTe upfive
five Te men Including fJteludJngthe the bartender r and andproprietor a aproprletor satproprietor
proprietor robbed 1 the till u bsfeind th thbar thbar P Pbar
bar and forced the proprietor proprletorto to open openthe opentile openthe
the safe in the office ndjolnlvgr adjolnt thebar thebarroom Uaekrroom the bar barroom
room The robbers got away with
1000 In cash and four riafa rUs rUswatches ftv ftvwatches 4ve 4vewatches
watches and several gold nugsjets nugsjetsFrank u uFrank ugtaPrank
Frank West the proprietor Stephen StephenLaw Stephef1Law StephetLaw
Law the bartender Jack Boyd and T TI TI
j
I I Qilnon both roomers at the theere hotel hotelwere betawere
were ere in th the bar room when the five fivehighwaymen fivehighwaymen
h highwaymen hwaymen entered the fronf frontdoor door on onPacMc on onPctfte OnPacific I
Pacific avenue All five WON wore hand handkerchiefs ban a1lkercblefs bankerchiefs
kerchiefs over the upper part of the theface thefacf theface
face and appeared to be young men menAs menAs
As they quietly ordered hands up upWest upWeet upWest
West dropped to his hands and knees kneesbehind kneMbehlAd kpeesbehhid
behind the bar and mcJ mc < 5 an s sattethpt Jiwstsetire Jiwstsetireattempt h hattempt
attempt to reach r eb three rvover 1tt but butbefore butbetore t tbetorebe
before betorebe he had crawled halt the ds dstanc eIIstanc distanc
tanc to the guns the robbers were Ol OlPOSSE poH tpOItPOSSE poHPOSSE
POSSE IN PURSUIT PURSUITOF r rOF s sOF
OF NEBRASKA NEB NEBRAS R A S 4 FIEND F J E tl D DOmaha
4 Omaha Neb Sept 10 lOA A largf l lpone 41 +
4 posse of citizens and officers bead 4 1 I I
+ ed by Chief of Police Briggs B of ofSouth 4
4 South Omaha are searching the therher + j
4 river bottoms south of the city for 4 4at j
+ an unknown man who whot today as 8aqltedan +
+ sanlted aqltedan qIted an 11yearold child child the thedall8ifU + f
4 daughter of Edward Kroegsr The Tlaei 4 4child I Ild1d
+ child was 1Ir on her way to school lanti and 4 j Iwa
4 was accompanied by b a small mUbrot 4
4 brother brot r who ho gave the th alarm The + I IHtUe Ilittle
+ little girl 111 was seriously Injured 4 1
+ + + + + + + 4 + 4 + + + + + + + + + t I
him hhn and jetked him up AH Au the men mentrere menkere
were lined up and searcherand another anotherwho anotherwho
who came In was stood up with the theothers theothers titeothers
others facing the wait While two twomen twonen twomen
men nen stood guard the others marched marchedWest marehedWeat marchedWest
West into the office an and compelled him himis himft himq
is q open the safe from which 1500 wa wataken waen watftken
taken en with the watches tchee and rings ringsThe ringsThe
The robbers t bbers took everything In sight sightdivided sightdivided
divided the plunder and left the sa saloon a aloon baloon ¬
loon with a parting shot from an upper upperwindow upperwtadow
window The police have organised a aposse aMNIIIe apoise
posse and are on a hunt for the rob robbers robbe18 robbets ¬
bets be18Robbers
Robbers Got Nothing NothingSpokane NothingSpokane
spokane Spokane Wash Sept lO ItBank Bank rob robbers robbers robbern
bers were foiled by b their own work at atDowns atDowns atowna
Downs owna Wash last night They broke brokeInto broklJInte brokeInto
Into the Bank of Downs and blew the thedoors thodOors th thdoors
doors off the safe which is said to tohave tohave tohave
have contained about I 6000 eo But the theexplosion tbexploalon ttueEploaion
explosion was so great that the heavy heavyjmfe heavyeefe vy vyate
ate fell forward front downward on onthe on1Je onie
the 1Je floor The robbers were w r unable to toraise toratlMt toraise
raise it to get at its contents aad left leftwithout Jettwithout leftwithout
without their booty bootyOREGON bootvOREGON bootyOREGON
OREGON WILL SEND SENDTHIRTY SENDIHIRTY
THIRTY 1 DELEGATESj DELEGATESjPortland DELEGATES DELEGATESPortlaDd
4 Portland Ore Sept 10 lOAbout lOAboutthirty About 4
4 thirty delegates from Oregon will wiUattend 4 4attend t
+ attend the Irrigation congress at atoden atOgden +
+ Ogden which commences next nextTuesday nextTuesday + 4
+ Tuesday A special car has been beencharte 4 4chartered
+ chartered charte d and starting with the thedeleptu + 4t
4 t delegates from Portland the rest restwill +
4 will be picked up along the route routeOregon 4 4Oregon + +
4 Oregon will make a display fer ferthe fortht + f fthe
+ the various prJaes prf offered for forcereal fotCf +
+ cereal Cf 1 and horticultural exhibits exhibitsand T
4 and the delegation leaves with Ith the thehope 4 4hope 4hops
+ hope of bringing home prizes +
+ + + + + + + 4 + + + + 4 + + + 4 4ii + +
ii 1 >
HAS NO NiONOTION NiONOTIONF NOTION NOTIONOF NOTIONCOMING
OF F COMING BACK BACKStern B BJC ACK ACKStern K KStern
Stern Writ Fight Vigorously YfgoroBslyAgainst VigorouslyAgainst VIgorou1yAgainst
Against Extradition ExtraditionNAMES n nt nN
4 4NA t
NAMES N NA MES STILL WITHHELD WITHHELDIJL8H3NOTQH WITHHELDIJoi
IJoi r + t txo
xo AR ABPST JSlI J OJ 1tJIaBNTL lTL lTLDroT r rDI
DI DroT JJU pmteJlS pmteJlSt pmteJlStIT
4 4TlAsBINGTQN t
tIT IJL8H3NOTQH ASHINGrQH Sept It ItThis This gee government pyVI geevy
VI ernment has instituted proceed proceedings proceed4Jt proceedtogs ¬
Jt togs Jn for or the extradition of Leo Leopold Le0pold Leojold ¬
pold Stem the Baltimore contractor contractorwho tJODtraetorwho contractorwho
who disappeared < when Indicted by the thegrand thearand theXrand
grand jury iu in this city for conspiracy conspiracyin
in a postal contract and who was lo located Joeate loctd ¬
cated < recently reee tb at Toronto to Canada CanadaPostofBee C CPOIttoaIee CanadaPostoace
PostofBee Jstapectar tst Walter S S Mayer Mayerleft Mayrleft 7
left here tonight t idgbt for Toronto where he hewilt bewill
will confer immediately el with the thecrowns theerOWJl thecrowns
crowns attorney ttorae and the American Americanconsul AmericanZ Americancoassa
consul Z thfjne thfjneThe upeThe
The state department se nt today tele telegraphed telerapINcI telersplied ¬
graphed the consul at Toronto to re request requeat reQuest ¬
quest the authorities at Toronto TOIODtoto to hold holdStem holdStern
Stern under the tbeprovisIon provision pr In the extra extradition extra4dltl extraditloa ¬
dition treaty between the United States Statesand Statesand Statesnd
and nd Great Britain that a fugitive can canbe canDeMId canbe
be DeMId held hr either t ior country at the in instance inatJaee instnee ¬
stance of oLM JSNe other rtor for forty day daysThe
The government t win Insist on Sterns Sternsextradition StemextracUtIGi Stemsextra4ItSoa
extradition extra4ItSoa but Sterns counsel el are ex expected exftltltt exieted ¬
pected to fight vigorously i orou ly all efforts to toaet to1JBt tot
aet t Mm bii back to this country Despite Despitetfe De pjtette Despitete
tfe confides coufldeatexpe t expectations atlous of the postal postalauthorities po ta1 ta1a1Ithortu
authorities no arrests of indicted per persops perSQQI persoul
sops were ee reported today Mr Brtatow Brtatowsaid BrIIItowuo Bestowd
said d today uo that an six of the th persons personsname1 pereoqsnamed NOqII
named in the seven indictments would wouldhave wouldft
have ft to be arrested regardless of any anyprevious an anarr anyarrests
previous arrests arr or indictments indictmentsOMB indlctmentaNEW
9 OMB HEW VICTIM VICTIMWarrant VICTWarrant VICTIMWarrant
Warrant OutFor a New York Easi Easiness B Bness Bnsinees ¬
ness Man KanNew Xan XanNe ManNe
New Ne York Sept 10 leAt At least one onebusiness onebualae onebusiflese
business man in this city who has 1ua been beenidentified beeRident14ed beenidentlfled
identified with the be sale of supplies to tothe tothe tothe
the postofRce department will be placed placedunder placedunder placedunder
under arrest tomorrow to It is expected expectedas
as the result re of their indictment In InWashington InWUbn InWashtngon
Washington WUbn on D C in connection with withthe wltbthe withthe
the postal scandata scandataTwo ecandalTwo scandaTwo
Two postofilce inspectors arrived in inthis Inthla Inthis
this city t7 tonight top ht having come here herewith herewith herewith
with certified copies of Indictments Indictmentsfound indictmentsfoutl t tfound
found by the grand jury in Washing Washington Wa blng blngThe ¬
ton The inspectors l tol8 had with ith them themalso
also 0 warrants Wan nts that had been Issued IssuedI IMUedwb Issuedwb
wb wb I B the grand Jury filed the bill They
hacr haCbeen been preceded here earlier in the theday theday theday
day by Postofilce Po Inspectors Whalen Whalenof
of San an Francisco and Birdaeye Blrd eye of Boa Boaton Donton
ton who had been sent here from fromWashIngton
Washington with a certified copy of the theindictment theIndIctment theindictment
indictment against 1Dat George W Beavers Beaversand Bea Beatereand n nand
and others in which it is alleged a they theywdye
were be charged with conspiracy The in inspectors Intonl InWectors ¬
spectors tonl also had a warrant for Bea Beavers Beavers Boavera ¬
vers arrest It has been arraaod rra that thatBeavers tbatBea thatBeavers
Beavers Bea velll is I to surrender himselrtomor blmaelftomorrow
row morning moml when he will be ar 1ralJID arreigned
reigned l before a United States com commisstoner commlMioner cornmissioner
missioner misstonerABS01UTION missionerABSQLUflOPtIS
I
9111 e eABQtUl10ti
ABS01UTION ABSQLUflOPtIS IS I g DlilED DlilEDBishop DENiE4DBishop NIE ll llBishop
I
Bishop Scannell of ofOmaha Omaha Takes Takesa I I
a Stand Stand m in the Matter of ofUnion ofUnion ofUnion I
Union Obligations ObligationsI ObligatiQnOmaha
Omaha Neb Sept 10 lOBIop Bishop Rich Bichard RicIJani Richant
ant Scannell of the Omaha diocese 01 01the 01th
the th Catholic church has taken a dod deAnile dodnlte
nile stand in the matter of Catholics CathoUcbecomiDg Catholicsbecoming
becoming members of the International InternaUonalTyOppbleaJ InternationalTypographIcal
Typographical union and nukes the theplain Uteplain theplain
plain statement tatementthat that a Catholic can cannot caBnot cannot ¬
not belong belon to the union and receive ab absolution absolution absolution ¬
solution from a priest In an interview interviewtonight InternetOftI Interviewtonight
tonight tOftI ht Bishop Scannell said saidThis saidThis d dThis
This qu question tion has not come up in inthis Inthis Inthis
this diocese e and there is no reason why whypriests wh7prleete whypriests
priests should sbo Jd receive any instructions instructionsin
in this case There TJt Jle is a primary frll 1al7 prin principle principle petsciple ¬
ciple of ethics and such principles are areselfevident areIleJtmdeDt areselfevident
selfevident to every one oneNo oneNo oneNo
No man could lawfully take an ob obligation obIlntJOft ohligation ¬
ligation of this kind for the keeping of ofit ofIt ofit
it would w uld render all government ec ecclesiastical eccJe orcles1asUcal ¬
cJe clesiastical i or civil impossible It Itwould Itwould Itwould
would render null and void all courts at atlaw atlaw atlaw
law it would make the authority of a avoluntary avol1mtary avoluntar
voluntary organisation paramount to toall toall toall
all law ecclesiastical divine and civil civilI
I am at a loss to understand taDd how howany bowaft howany
any aft sensible man could formulate fon lllate any anYuch anysuch
such obligation or how any sensible senalbleII1B sensibleman
man could assume UIDe It ItBtshop It ItBtBhop ItS ItSBishop
Bishop Scannell further said that no noman noman noman
man could be a good member of the theRom theRoinAit
Roman n Catholic church and adhere to tothe tothe
the principles of the typographical ob obligation obligation ohligation ¬
ligation and further that unless the theobligation tbeobllptlon theobligation
obligation kt s changed Catholic mem members membere mainhere ¬
here should get out of the organization organisationHe
He said no priest had any right to ab absolve absolye ohsolve ¬
solve from sin ln any man who held the thetypographical thetypopaphlcal thetypographical
typographical union unl n in higher bigberand regard regardand regardand
and authority than he did the church churchand churchand churchand
and state stateGOOD stateGOaD stateGOOD
C
GOOD ACCOMMODATIONS ACCOMMODATIONSFOR
FOR VISITING VISII It G DELEGATES DELEGATESOgden D ELEGA TES TESUtah
4 Ogden Utah Sept 10 lOThe lOThefolJowIBC The + 1 1following t tf
+ f following telegram from Governor GovernorPardee GOyerDOrPrq + 4Pardqe
+ Pardee Prq of California was received JeCelvedat + f ff P Pat
+ f at the headquarters of the Na Natlonal + 4 4tionsi t
+ tional Irrigation congress coDare which whlchconvenes 4 4convenes + f
+ 4 convenes in this city next week week9II + t tt P Pbcomenin
+ t 9II Sacramento meto C Cal l Sept 10 10Re Re ReportedMre 4 4ported r rf
+ f ported portedMre here that California dele deleptfS 4 t tf
4 f gates will be unable to find good goodac 4 t tf
4 f accommodations ac o oDII in Ogden Is IaThe 9 9tbissor + t
+ this tbissor so 4 r rf
4 f The committee having the mat matf mattr 9 9tee +
+ f tr in charge cht e emphatically denies deniesthat + 9 9that f ff
+ f that there will be any lack of good goodaccommodations soodaccommodations 4 4accommodatIons +
+ accommodations for delegates and andf andVisltont >
4 f visitor Visltont and the following followlD < reply replywas 4 4was f ff
+ f was sent to Governor Pardee Pardeef PardeeOde 4 4Ogdei +
+ f Ode Utah Sept 10 ItReport ItReport1a Report + t tIs P Pis
+ + Is wrong The cftizena of Ogden OdeftwiD + 9wIfl t
4 + win see that every delegate Is Jmade f 9made + fmade
+ made comfortable comfortableW1LLIS comfortableWtLLiS
+ WILLIS T BEARDSLEY BEARDSLEYecfttary 4 45ecretary +
+ Secretary + 4 f
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
CONFERENCE CONFERNCEcfMINEOWNfRS Of OfMINE F FMINE
MINE MINEOWNfRS MINEOWNfRSCommtfttee OWNERS OWNERSCommittee OWNERSt OWNERSComlMttee
t
Committee Going GOID Golngto to Jopte Jop4M1Mo Jop4M1Moto He Heto Iai Iaito
to Secure S Gure Wdcmi WdcmiSTEADY WertwrILSTEA
4 4STEADY
STEADY STEA Y JOBS AT 330 300A A < DAY IIAY00ID DAYSQD3 AY AYoar
+
00ID SQD3 114 oar OTIAJKD ilr ilrBA350 r rRADO o ir
if ifRADO
RADO OAJCBB OAJCBBColorado OAXNCoIora4o
4t
+ + + + + + + + + + + 4 + + + 4444 4444colorado + + + +
+ Colorado Springs Goto Sept II IIA iiA + 4f
+ f A special to the Qasette from fromCripple +
4 Cripple Creek says ayAbout saysAbout +
4 + About 10 oclock tonight un un4 un4known unknown +
+ known persona set off about fifty 1IftypouDda fiftypounds +
4 + pounds of dynamite te on the Chance Chanceclaim Chanceclaim +
+ claim Just above the Moose prop property 4 1 1erty
+ erty Considerable excitement excItemeDtwas +
4 was caused and troops were hUll hUllrIed buyvied +
+ vied to the seene but DO oamaae oamaaewas 4 4was
+ was done doneBNVBB doneDENVER doneP doneD +
P + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
BNVBB Cols CoIo9 Sept W HAt At a eon eonJ eoatereDce conference
DENVER D
J ference of mine owner 0WDeIW1a to this thiscity tIaIscity thiscity
city the ubJect subject of which whlchwas was the theimportation tbeIMportation theImportation
importation of miners to break the thestrike tileIItrIke thestrike
strike at Cripple Creek Creekit it W w was tedded teddedto
to send a committee to Joplin 1 p Mo 0 to tosecure tosecure tosecure
secure the men needed Permanent Permanentemployment Permanentemployment
employment at a 250 a day winbe win be of offered flJt4 flJt4tere4 offered ¬
fered them themTROOPS themTROOPS
tllelliTROPS
TROOPS OK GTTAJKEL GTTAJKELMining GU GUinmg GUARIIMining
I Mining Companies Opening O Opni Tp OPrope1tt tipProperties 3ngr 3ngrProperties
Properties PropertiesCripple Prope1ttCripple PropertiesCripple
Cripple Creek Colo Sept Se Mi aTIM aTIMElkton itTbElkton The TheJSlkton
Elkton mine i kie r resumed nmed work w rk tldllll this morn morntag na4 na4JDe siOrn siOrnbig
tag with twentythree me men the ae1IOI ae1IOIerty prop property property ¬
erty being guarded by troops troo Pre President tdent Piosdent ¬
dent 4 Kennison of district dt union 1111 No No1 No1ret1llled 1 1was 1was
was refused admission to the t tpanys com companys IIpan ¬
panys pan property by the guards A per permanent permanent permanent ¬
manent military camp of fortylive fortylivemen fortydyemen ave avemen
men is established at the Elkton EUttoatLleutellant KIktOiItOdtY KIktOiItOdtYLieutenant today todayLieu
Lieu Lieutenant tenant McClelland and asquad asquadbrought a iead ieadbrought d dbroqht
brought two prisoners to Camp mp Gold Goldfield 1014fteld Quidfield
field today todaySlim todaySl1 todaySlIm
Slim Sl1 Campbell who was arrested arrestedlast aIIWtedlaat arrestedlast
last week by the civil authorities for torcomplicity forcompliCity or orcomplicity
complicity in the assault It on Justice of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Peace Hawkins was arrested at atAltman atAltman atAltman
Altman and H H McKlnney at bid Independence JD4ependenee bidpendenee ¬
pendenee McKinney was waatonoerl7 waatonoerl7city formerly formerlycity formerlycity
city marshal ma rahal of Altman The military mmtaryauthorities militaryauthorities Ittary Ittaryauthorities
authorities declined to state the charge ebarBeagainst chargeagainst chargeagainst
against the two prisoners prisonersThe plWoaerLThe prisonersThe
The great compressor com r of the LabellePower LabellePower Labelle LabellePower
Power company at Goldfield furnish laraIabIng furnishIng furnishing ¬
ing light to several towns of the din district dbttrict dintrict ¬
trict and compressed air to several severalmines lleYeralmln severalmines
mines mln started in motion this morning morningfor morningfor <
for the first time since the strike was wasdeclared wasdeclared wasdeclared
declared forcing air into the Golden QoMfenCircle GoNenCircle GoldenCircle
Circle Vindicator Flndley Theresa Theresaand aand Theresaand
and Christmas Chrl tma mines and several of the thesmaller thesmaller thesmaller
smaller leases that recently started op operations 0perations operations ¬
erations erationsThe erationsThe erationsThe
The shift that started the machinery Jable17
in motion was composed entirely Ofnew ofnew of ofnew
new men none of the theold tboldemplqg old employes em bar having barlug W WIng ¬
ing reported for dvty TheplantIs TheplantIscompletely TIte plat t is iscompletely
completely surrounded by caiaMryand caiaMryandinfantry ea caq lryaaid lryaaidInfantry lid
infantry infantryThe InfantryThe
The management manace ment at the La Belle BellePower BellePower BellePower
Power Ie Electric Light Ll Jat compacts COla ooinpa ww wwunable wasunable
unable to flK t the places of the striker strikertonight r4kers r4kerstonight
tonight to ibtIUI48 aadlhJs town to and seven sri esu1 oH oHets oft o s seve
eve In the dsstrlct are m dsrSI darkness darknessSome r su suSome
Some excitement was oetmslOBed 8IIIWd late latethis Jat latethis
this afternoon by the orderiair ord orderi = 6f Ot two twotroop twotroope twooop
troop oop of cavalry under cospBJlsiid r of ofCaptain ofCaptain ofCaptain
Captain D H Smith to the jail jaUPresident where wherePresident wherePresident
President Kennison of the Miners Minersunion JUDeIunion Minersunion
union is confined charged with1 carry carrying eAntng carrylug ¬
lug concealed weapons It was sup supposed nppolled supposed ¬
posed that an effort would be II de to totake totake totake
take the prisoner prt oner from the sheriff but butno butirn
no demand was made madeFive madeFive madeFive
Five men in all were arrested by the themilitary tbemilitary themilitary
military today and a bun pep was wasestablished waseetabli wasestablished
established eetabli ed in which they are alUJiIO detained detainedUNION detainedUNION
UJiIO UNION aOlTEB lthiBR ASSAULTED ASSAULTEDBrew ASSA ASSADrew ASSAULWBDDrew
Drew a Pistol Pisto1aad and Was Promptly Ar Arrested ATreated Arrested ¬
rested restedVictor reatedVictor restedVictor
Victor Colo Sept 10 lOC C B Kenni Kennison XeltnllIOn Kennieon
son president of district miners union unionNo UDioBNo1 unionNo
No No1 1 was struck In the face and andknocked andknocked andknocked
knocked down on a car this morning
by a nonunion miner who was on his hisway histG hisway
way to work after a heated heat argument argumentbetween aJIIIIDeDtbetween argumentbetween
between the two men Kenmson a drew drewa
a revolver but was disarmed before he hecould hecould hecould
could shoot shootC
C E Kennison was arrested and andplaced aDdplaced sndplaced
placed in Jail this afternoon on a acharge achare acharge
charge of carrying a concealed conceale4weapOIL conceale4weapOILHe weapon weaponHe weapouHe
He said 14 I am guilty of the offense offensecharged ogemocharged e echarged
charged I carried a weapon for the thesole tbesole thesole
sole purpose of defending my life The Theguards Theguards Theguards
guards at the El Paso mine said they theywould tbeywould theywould
would stretch me up to an electric eieetrielight eleetrlef electriclight
light f ht pole I was brutally bru assaulted assaultedthis aasaitedthis
this tbl morning and I drew a revolver In inde Iadefense Indefense
defense de enee of my life lifeWIT3TBSS UfeWITJOiSS lifeWITNBSS
WIT3TBSS DISAPPKABS DISAPPKABSOnly DISAPPA1tSOBly DISAPPSoi
Only oi Xaa Who Saw the Aaaault AaaaultTJpoB aaltUpon maitttpoit
Upon James Jam 1C Stewart StewartVictor stewartYlctor stewartVictor
Victor Colo Cob Sept 10 19IIUre 19IIUrea Mike Rogers Rogersa
a miner living at C Cappeared Cameron has dill dillppeand dl dlappeared
appeared and his cabin has been beenburned b eDurJled beenburned
burned The fire Is generally aene iweuu iweuuto presuutsd presuutsdto P Pto
to have been b of an incendiary I Ince dly origin originRogers eskinRogers baa baaRo
Rogers er te known by the authorities aut to tohave tobaYe tobve
have been the only man who saw a the theassault dieassault theassault
assault on James M Stewart the car carpenter erpenter carpouter ¬
penter ten days ago agoRogers 0Rosers I IRogers
Rogers has since protested that he hedid hedid hedid
did not recognize any of the men who whoaccompanied whoaccompaaled whoaccompanied
accompanied Stewart from his home on onthe onthe onthe
the night when he was left at the road roadside 104side rendside ¬
side for dead deadThe deadThe deadThe
The man found dead near Clyde with witha Ii Iia
a bullet hole in his body baa been ides identified 141eatlJIed idestilted ¬
tilted as Patrick Bums a railroad la laborer laborer isborer ¬
borer Whether he was murdered m or oraccidentally D1 D1acclden oraecIdentaJIy
accidentally acclden shot In undetermined but butit butit t tIt
it is evident eVident that the sfaootios 8b otl sh6ottuba4 had na naconnection aoconnection noconnection
connection with the strike or the pre presence preence piesenceof ¬
ence enceof of the themilltaryinthecamp themilltaryinthecampcivi military hi the theCIVIL camp x xCIVIL
CIVIL LAW LA w STTPJUUC1 STTPJUUC1Soldi S11PUIi1s1di svpzisiai
Soldi Ae Osxry Assisting w4 1 ia2 i in inserving fso fsoserving s srYiD
serving rYiD Order OrderDenver Oni OniDenver OrderDenver
Denver Colo Cob Sept 10 10Gonmor 10GonmorPeabody 10GovernorPeabody Governor GovernorPeabody
Peabody this evening declared unwar unwarContinued unWl4ConUnued unwarContinued
Continued on Page Two
JACKSON GOES TO THE GALLOWS
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+ 1 11 tSSOULAKODt ISSOULA Mont Sept leA A sj H l i to the Missoullan from HamS Hamilton Hamllr HamS1ylI ¬ +
+ r 1ylI ton says that t the jury on the Jackson murder case brought in a averdict ayerdlct aS averdict +
+ S verdict of murder in the first fir t degree being out one hour and fifteen Afteenmtnutee 4 4n4nutes
+ minutes to toThe 4The
+ The ease is that in which Walter Jackson on Is charged with assaulting au1ttngfyearoI4 aesgultingCyearold +
+ Gyearold Fonnie Buck at Stevensville Aug AUC1S 13 the child dying from fr < 19D knife bite1ouodII +
4 iouods inflicted The defense was weak today ard took up but little littleoerarahoW 4
4 over oerarahoW overan un hour Jackson J kson sat unmoved during the entire trial arc art showed < l lDr +
4 no comprehension compr hensiOD of the verdict lie ignored bbl father and niotlur nut IH h t who whoat 4
4 sat at beside htm htmJudge 4
4 Judge Webster t bKtr will pass pa g sentence next Saturday afternoiyn artrno at 5 5oelock s
4 oclock Theitaalty The t ua1tr for the th rime < Is hanging han II1 II1A +
4 4 A mob had been organised D1sed qUietly oaring d nl1 the Uul tiia with the intention intentionr
1 of r taking aclulan from the jail in case the crdlet lid 1d DOt m meet et with withtheir 4 4their +
+ their expectations eKp ltaUona and d lynching him When it became known that hang hanRt han hanT
T t tug would result from the verdict the armed men withdrew to let the thewta + 4
4 few ipwtMe wta tak e its it course 45 45p
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