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2 THE SALT LAKE HERALD HERA MONDAY SEPTEMBER 21 1903
1 lie e decree was rescinded It is t bclieveil bclieveilhowever btljcclhowEver b1iee1however
however that should ouId any power threaten threatenA
A demonstration In Turkish lfftki h waters the theA
Uftcree A rf > e will wi m ii be signed signedMixed eignedxed signedK1xd
Mixed Commission CommissionThe Commiaa Commiaai 1 1The
i The r Sofia Softa correspondent el of the Daily
Telegraph ftv YiI s a similar m1hir report that the thePUKED theult8 theriukan
PUKED ult8 is Wady to conode local au ¬
tonomy but will not grant rant a Christian Christiangovernor ChristianKuvernor Chr4Manguvernor
governor to Macedonia Instead be would wouldDrOTJose wn wnukttrflo5e ld ldof01ose
DrOTJose it mixed commission composed compo ed ed of
Turks rurlL Macedonians Jlat > tlonlns Bulgarian Greeks Greeksand Qreeuand rck rckand
and Wallachlans to administer ter the theprovinces thenrovlnces thernovtnceL
provinces The Servian mewspajwai ewsnsea wa NJe are
S ll8Cussing < the probability of a recobcilia niC rc ncIIia
hon with Bulgaria on th a basts of free
j trade between Servla rvl and aalBuipria Bulgaria and a
defensive alliance < agab0t bi the Turks
A dispatch frOm tr6 1 the monastery 3aonIter of Rila
adds the Dally Telegraphs Tel Te1egrap correspondent correspondentsays eorre pondent pondentBaYB
says the Greeks are Joining J the revolt
in the districts of Mebrik eIidk and Demlr
HqMtr Ir T TIM i ConstaatMotie Coutaa correspond ¬
ent of the Times TI lfIII declares that he has hasrood baagood
rood 00d authority for asserting utth tID that several
Servian bands have already atrd 3r crossed c he
frontier and are now fighting in Mace ¬
donia If Bulgaria fights Tu Tvey ey he con continue cont1nep ¬
tinue it will be difficult for Servla to
laic la and n4 It ip Quite clear that t that at a Turco
Bulrariari war would woul not be so oneBided oneBidedaa
T aa at first Bight aightit ht it appears appearsJCKKPOTG as asJlDLIXG
JCKKPOTG OP GBBEKS GBBEKSProtest GmmxsProte GB3BKZProtest
Protest t Agaiost iIMtJ3U1garia Bulgaria Incursions IncursionsInto InoursionsInto
Into Xaeodonia XaeodoniaBoston KaoIdoniaBoeton
Boston Sept SO 2IOA A meeting mostIn of th thGreeks thGreelal the
Greeks of Boston ton in Steinert nail today todayinaae tada tadamade
made strong protests te against the Bul Bulgarian BulIo ¬
garian Io rlan incursions Ine ndons to at Macedonia eedonla The TheBulgarians TheHuladana ThcHutaartaaa
Bulgarians were charged char by y the speaker speakerwith apeakeNIth
with Ith stirring Up Insurrection and therebyeauetnl thereby therebycausinK
causing the slaughter of Greeks tot order orderthat or1IerW ordertnat
that W ultimately Bulgaria might t annex annexMacedonia
tI
Macedonia ed A contribution tIOD tIODt tIODS1000 of nearly =
iifluo was raised to assist l lst the persecuted persecutedUroeks peneeutedJrpeuln
Uroeks Jrpeuln in Macedonia MacedoniaThe
The sneakers were Michael Aregnos dl director dlrfctor ¬
rector of tbe Perkins institution for the theblind theblind theblind
blind Theodore P Ion t profesor of in international IntprDational Internatlonal ¬
ternational law at Boston ct university law lawschool lawchool lawechool
school Mr BodakanUda exconsul of ofGreece oCGreece ofUreeee
Greece and T T Tlmayenes brother 1trOt of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Greek consul consulResolutions OOD ul ulRfIIIOlutiou
Resolutions of sympathy with Mace de deDI Ma ¬
donian 4 DI nlan Greeks and of protest against againstoutrages aloatoitrpe
Tnrldsh outrages were adopted adoptedARMENIANS adoptec1ARMENIANS
ARMENIANS ARMENIANSPROTEST PROTEST PROTESTJtaMia PROTESTItM
JtaMia KMonL Said to Have Confiscated ConfiscatedChurch Confiscatedrch
Church rch Property PropertyChicago PropertrC
Chicago C Sept 20 20More More than 400 Chi Chioago ChlCll ChIesso
oago Cll o Armenians today held a mass meet
tag and dlacussed ways and nd means to tostop t
stop p what they deem a confiscation confiscationS of ofAjtmenlaa CIfCn1
S Ajtmenlaa n1 church property by Russia RussiaSeton IuasLB
B Seton h erpo of f the Armenian national nationalh nationalcbprvh
cbprvh h In America erica presided The Th follow followeable to foIlo foIlocabl 1I0w 1I0wcable
cable dispatch l patcb was sent from the thetmg thetine theUff
> tine tmgtbe
Uff
tbe tbeArJMGlalt Armenian Oathdilcs 0atIHR1e8 Itchlmad Itchlmadke Itchl Itchle
ne ke e Caucasus CaucasusMost Cau Cauot CaucesusMost
Most ot Highly Reverend Fathers hthentWe We Wethe
the sonsof 150 ot the Armenian Arm national church
in America demand your resistance tance even evento evento
to death t1 against the unjust cenftecatioR cenftecatioRof
of our church property by the Russian Russiangovernment Ranpyemment
government governmentThe
The dispatch dia is signed KM4 by a committee
for all n Chicago Armenians
It was decided to make the protest t na national antfossal ¬
tional by sending to the csar of Russia Russiaa
a protest to be signed by as many Ar ArMS ArIn
e1 MS In the United States as possible possibletltion ble bleOtlon
A peUtlon Otlon tltion signed by the Armenians of ofat 01Cbtcgo
Cbtcgo w be sent to the COY8rDmebt COY8rDmebtat
at Washington asking a ktD the secretary of ofstab ofw cistaW
stab w to Intercede Ib e for the church through throughtne
tile a channels of diplomacy diplomacyHUNGARIAN y yHUHG
a
I HUNGARIAN HUHG RIAN CRISIS OVER OVERHaw OVERXew
Haw Ministry Will h be Formed Agree Agresable Agreeb1e
able to AU Parties PartiesVienna PartiNVIeDD PartisaVienna
Vienna ScOt 8e t 90 Count Hedervary who whoplaced
S placed his resignation as Hungariannreoder HuncarlanDftIaJer Hungarian Rufljarlafliwessler L
nreoder in tbehands the banda of Emperor Francis FrancisJoseph Franciab I
Joseph b some time ago had audiences with withthe withthe withthe L
the emporor aror both yesterday y and today todaywhich toda todawlllcb
which it is rumored have led I to the theaotbtton theuea tb i
aotbtton uea of f the Hungarian cabinet crisis crisisand
and a ministry win be formed either crisisr by r
Count Julius Andrassy AJIcI or Koloman KolomanflajelL KolornanSJaould I
flajelL slL Should this th new be confirmed it itwfll b bwill
will be due to the correct and patriotic patrioticattitude patrioticve i I
attitude ve = of tou Francis cI cId Koasuth ndUt ndUtut and his hisnartv I
nartv Kossutb declared d resolutely resolutelyanything ut utn7U1tnr
against anything in the shape of a revo revoand ravo111O0
IeItJen and even forbade any ny street streetdeninnslrstlon street4eiaiasiretlon trettthe
deninnslrstlon vn the anniversary of his histether hkfathers
tether birthday It is understood un er tood that thattne thatoffletal thaisemiofficiaL
tne semiofficial offletal communication wdcatJon made madeSaturday madey mathsteeday
Saturday y explaining esplanl away the unfavor unfavorarmy ufavoCOR unfavorMe
Me COR ttlon se4 In Inarmy Hiairy n nS
S army order issued by the etaperor efkperorIJ
OrpC U will be issued led In th the form of arf arfMto a ar I
boosrial Mto rriat t autograph rescript addressed ddr uf t tiount
fount Hedervary Hden and this proof thai th thNI01 thait0
the enumror NI01 did not desire to ruffle Hun Hungarian Hunn ¬
KuflI
garian n susceptibilities > will be emphalstavd emphalstavdsV fmphal fmphalanoth empkalsisst I
sV another anoth r Imperial Im f rtal visit Ialt to Buda Pe Pee t ttan taft t
tan 1 aft Indication of his hi continued confi confinee contind eonflflee
nee and nd good will willf wl1lL wl1lfiGHT
L 5iFIGFIT
f fiGHT ISHT WITH GAME WARDEN WARDENUnlawful WARDEN1Jalawful
Unlawful 1Jalawful Knitter anter Fatally Shot in inJ inenuylwaia hifsnusy1ula L
J PennsylTmniaWilkesbarrc PennsylTmnia fsnusy1ulaWIlkeb5nc enuylwaiaWI1k
Wilkesbarrc WI1k Pa P Sept Cp 20 2OE B W Well Wn
c1mpbeIi ell n one of the game wardens Wr of ofcounty ofe u uaaerae r
aaerae e county today shot and probably probablyatmllr probablia
fatall fatally wounded Roman Dales aged ed 35 35years 3inpar 2 2C a
years eea near Campbells lodge two miles milesfran ml mlrro milaa C
fran Pltlston Several vera foreigners of late latehav latebMn 1st a
hav 4 been violating the game law es espeofnlly eeOD espct
peofnlly pct 1iy on Sunday Bunda Campbell with 1U oth othe otbe
e e officers found five ttv men today prowl prowlIns prowlI prowlB
Ins I hi around th t the woods with guns He Henotified HetheIR 11 11nOUfled B
notified them to leave l4 ave which they re refused re refI refsssd ¬
fused to do An attempt was made to toput toPH t
put Dales under arrest when tbe latter latterraised laUtorpn latteraised r
raised his gun Ufl to shoot Am he did so soCampbell 110Campbell ecIp1III
Campbell Ip1III seised the weapon It was din dinIn dl dle dicharged
e charged In the scuffle t ting tile th llIe contents ten 18 reiD
tag Campbells clothing elotbl to tomen sreds BOth BOthfell DuelII terI Pt
men fell to th the ground VOWd B Bto DI5S made an ai II
at Rttssspt = la to recharge hal the gun whereupoiCapsIl whereupon whereuponII heftuponpulled aia a I
CapsIl II pulled his revolver revolv and In a asecond aatruUIe S SII
second struggle Dales was w shot the ball ballBtratMg ballIItrtItIW halstrhhg II
BtratMg him bl In the back The prisoner prisonerfttr
aftir fttr tetftg 4ag shot grappled ppled again prlsoneze with the theofficer theGftIcer th tha e
S officer and showed fight until J1 prIaoner11 he was wasoverpowered wuverpowered wa a
overpowered by the other officers who whocame whoNIDe whid 0
came to Campbells Campbe1rllreUef relief The InjuredeolC1ttion Injured Injuredmans Injurea d
mans condition Is serious end may prove provefatal provea a
provI
fatal a Campbell surrendered to the au authoritie ouand nuthOritlea I
thoritie and gave vc ball for a further hear hearing Marlair hearr ¬
lair on Tuesday morning morn I flJ The other four fourbanters four1Iten tou touL r
banters all foreigners are anunder under arrest arrestTOO arrestGI aireelTOO L
GI GITOO
TOO OLD Tp T RECOUP RECOUPS
S id iei4vfif jif a Flood Sufferer atXan atXanCity at atXsnasCity Xan Xanas
as asCity asCityKansas City CityKansas Oftyx
Kansas x City Sept fcWDespondent npon Despondent mt over overthe overtile ova ovathe
the loss of H668 ies in I the June flood Henry Henr HenrMoiiy
Kkley Moiiy ley former proprietor of tile River JttverpacUn Jlhervaeld RiverC
sId packing boWIe committed suicide suicidetoday SWcldeCGdaY sWcldtadav C
today by sending a bullet through bis bisroom hi
b basis on tregedy y occurred In a detlOla detlOlar desolatroom
room m a tenement t house houseMockiey hOUftwas houssMocklay
Mockiey was M 4 years old and had lived livedin lind1ft live liveS
S in Kansas It Kane City twenty years yea coming here herefrtnn herefIID her here
frtnn BwiUerland Tears a ago o he estab estabmnvd e estatlkd tab tabtile e
mnvd the Riverside parking house and andhis andcftJo an anhis
his Unstnsss enjoyed cftJo a prosperous growth growthnntil growtnfltfl wth wthRoocI
nntil the flood came when he lost nearly nearl y
all of his uropetty Three weeks w k8 later laterfh late yr r
rite fh made the rum of his packing plant plantcomolete plantcomh I Icomelete
comolete For several weeks he has hasmade halla ha a aseed
made a nretenee of making maid an attempt att pt to toraestapllsh toJII t
raestapllsh JII IIah himself in the packing bUM business bu buness 1c 1creestablWt ¬
ness but his friends have noticed that thathe tbtIIIoOdY the I Ibe t
he was moodv of late and it Is believed
he took his own life because he felt that thatwall the L
te was too old to recoup his hi fortune fortuneBEYOND fortuneBEYOND fortuneBEYOND
BEYOND RESURRECTION RESURRECTIONJEs RESURRECTIONLiIzrrn
JEs LiIzrrn ECerraai Agreement eDt Dead as asDoornail a aDooruaU aDoornail
Doornail DoornailWashington DooruaUWblngton
Washington Sept 20 2OInterest Interest In the thePanama t Ce
Panama canal situation now centers in I
the communication which wlllchDr Dr Herran rt
UM t OttlotnMan O charge hR recently n submitted 4
te > th estate department partmfnt from his hl govern government t taon ¬
ment Ju Ju9t t what hat the nature of thin thl is Is I 8
Dr Barren and the th statp drpartment of o f
fJdalff decline de dee4 i1n to nay ay on the ground that th et etS
S it is of a confidential character but it itunderstood
is understood that it Is in the nature of ofa of9topoelUon JrS
S a proportion which will 111 ke keep p alive Uve the thecana theelIa U a acans
cans Ineffotiations with the Colombian Colombianernment Colombiaupfrnment Lfl
T pfrnment ernment after Sept B at which time timeexisting tin te
u th existing e1I1U treaty expires flJpl by limitation IIlRltation11nl ft
Unless 11nl there should be a considerable re revulsion reVlllslon r C CYlsiofl ¬
vulsion of feeling teElin in the Colombian sen senStf aei II
Stf If tc in favor of the HayHerran nero e
fn Innt nt it is believed to be d dead ad by Minis Xln Xlnfr a afT
Jr fr Beaupr at Bogota Bo and by South Bout Lit
American diplomats in Washington WashingtonHJBSXKTS WashingtonutgwTS RhlnCtonS
HJBSXKTS S nrrsKirEBiaccz DfT1DFEREXCELondon
Ix London > ndon Sept 21 21A A Brussels dlspatoh dlt4 at < h to totre
t the tlf Times 11m says King Leo LeopoldlI > olds s reply to toih tot
ih t lhp hf < > note of the powers eonoprnlnK eon < prnlnlt th thon thI ti to toongo
I on ongo o state contends that the alleged allegedcruelties al1 al1trupltI al1eg ad adS
S cruelties trupltI are based ased on untrustworthy tes testimony testimony te a atimony ¬
+ timony and repudiates tbe idea of arbi arbitration arbltratloa art Pt Pttratlon ¬
tration as Incompatible with his hi sover sovereign IIOverel11 soya r ¬
I eign rights
rthtBOERS
3OER8 > IN MEXICO MEXICOMonterey MYTCOMonterey
Monterey MO YI Alfx > hx Sept 20 WGeneral General W V I
D Snyman one of the leaders of the theBoer tileBoer ti tiBeer ha Vha
Boer army during durt the recent nt war has hasmoved bumoved it Ba Bamoved
moved his hi entire family to the colony colonyMte eoloi ty
Mte itf purchased ed near Ortis station on the theM thef t he heMicfrirn
M Micfrirn f xiran r ntrii and announces that thatfifty thRtrin th at atfitly
fifty rin ftmilt amlllt < K nr r on th wy w y frr frnr > ri S futh futhAfria uth uthAfri th thAfrirt
Afri Afria i lo It join him
I
IRISH I ARE NDT NDTYET NElTyttSATISF1ED NC1FT NC1FSATISFIED
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YET yttSATISF1ED SATISFIED SATISFIEDNothing
4 4NothiBg
Nothing N Short of independence independenceWill
Will Do DoSTIRRING Dot DoSTIRRU DoTIRRING
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STIRRING S G SPEECHiS SIPE CHiES MADE MADEaCEETXNGr MADIEt MADIEJ MADEEEENG
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aCEETXNGr J Z ZS ETIN OE O TJNIOJBI um SOOIETIES SOOIETIESAD SO JIBlIESAT
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AD A CHICAGO CHICAGOCWca OHIOAGOCblC5o CHICAGOChicano
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Chicano CWca o Sept Ji At the First lPlr t Regi Regiment Regiment Reelont ¬
ment m ont aPBIOt7l aimoe annory tottictat bt a huge meette meetteunder meeUg meeUgunder eett eettnder
under u th the auspices U of the th United Irish Irtehsocieties ImhIIOCletlee Irishocieties
societies s of Citfeage CIt adopted resolu resolutto resoluUeM resoluiois
UeM t tto dMdarias deo1etdus that no settlement of ofth orthe e ethe
th the Irish question abort of national in indepoidenee I Ide Inepeildenon
depoidenee de d win wi nat1s ati utr fy Uteaeyratt the theaapIratienaf lthatlens lthatlensor n6 n6of
of o f tHe Irish people The occasion for forthe forthe forhe
the t he gathering was the one hundredth hundredthanniversary hUlldredtllUDIYenary hundpdth hundpdthnniversary
anniversary a of the execution of Robert RobertEmmet 1 ertEmmet
Emmet E mmt and u tte resolutions were em emphatic esapbtlc emhatle ¬
phatic p hatle thai no n Ireland win aatiafy d8t7 d8t7ot men menof nessf
of o f Irish Iri Wood Jood but the IreBuid for forwhich forwhlc rotwhich
which whlc iCmmet mmet died < Ireland 1L nation nationfree natkmree UOIt UOIttree
free f ree and independent Jn4epeD e t maJcin makIJtaI her own ownlaws ewulawe ownaws
laws l aws floating < her > own 0 Has st snartaf her herown herOWn herwn
own O wn fortunes acknowledging ae achaowIe4 IIIIIIJIa < n allegiance allegianceto
to t o no power outside the t limits with withwhich withwhich withwhich
which nature has bounded the Island hitendThe IslandThe land landThe
The resolutions adopted adoptedWhile adoptedWhile
While we recognise in the land hill hillwnich hillWhich billwflifl
Which has recently become law a sub substantial nletant1a1 subtsnflal ¬
stantial s concession to the just demands demandsof
of o f the Irish people we do not retard it itas Iteltbr 11s
as a s either a settlement or a compromise compromiseof e eof
ol of o f the Irish Ir question qve ion We urge the theleaders tbreaders
ot leaders l of the United Irish league to totake totake tcsk
t take sk up with rigor and increased activ activity a aethty t1 ¬
ity It i ty l the movement to tOHCUre secure legislative legislativeindependence legl8latfeIndependence legislativendependence
independence I which we hold to be oC oCgreater oCIreater olreater
greater g Imoprtance than the settlement settlementof ttlementot
of o f the land question questionThe questtouThe questionThe
The speakers at the meeting Included Includedeneral
General G eneral Nelson A MIMs KJ Rabbi fllrsch Eircbudge
Judge J Marcus Kavanaugh KavanaughAT
AT COLTJJOUS OHIO OHIOParade omo omoParAde OHIOParade
Parade of Irish Societies SocietiesBosom SocietiesBosomtions Resolu Resolutions Resolutions ¬
tions Adopted AdoptedColumbus AdoptedColumbus AdoptedColumbus
Columbus 0 Sept JOThe The Bramet Brametcentennial ISmmetcenteDnial Bmueslentennial
centennial c celebration here today was wasparticipated w wparticipated wasarticipated
participated p in by IrishAmericans from fromall tn ironll an anall
all a ll sections of Ohio It is estimated that tutexeurslonillts
56000 excursionists were brought br naght into the
city c ity There was wa a parade early in the theafternoon Uteafternoon
ay afternoon a of Irish societies About 8 amen 2i Q Qmen I Ip
men y p were In line llnefFollowing lineFOllowlnK lInerFollowIng
Following the parade there was a maae maaemaeting mil milmeeting masemeeting
meeting at the Columbia auditorium aud iOrtUlR at atwhich atwblch atwhich
which addresses of welcome were de de ¬
livered l by Governor Nash and Mayor dayoieffrey aor
Jefjrev JefjrevThe JettrevTIM J effreyThe
The folio following wine resolutions were adopted
We IrishAmerican citizens of Ohio Ohioaffirm
fa affirm our undying < allegiance aI to th the prin principles ¬
ciples CI c for which Robert Emmet foujfrt foqgiilnd lt
and a nd died Our ambition Is that of f Em Emmet Emmet Bmmet ¬
met aI to see a repubUc established on I Irish
Irish I soil soilWe 1IOi1We soilWe
We believe with the American colon ¬
iota that whenever a government fails failso
to t o secure for its f l people IHI ple those unattenabte unattenabteness
r ights hbl lIberty And the pursuit of kappt happ
ness n mat that that government is a a t failure
and it is not only the privilege privU btt t the S Suly
duty d uly af the people to resort re to revolution re oJtrtfon ¬
ary measures to secure those tights 11 for
t theavselves lvee and their posterity po posterityas tenty
We as American citlaens are unal usialerably ¬
terably t opposed ed to any alliance open or ci ciecret
secret s written or verbal between b n the C
United States tates and Great Britain
We congratulate the Irish Irl h race on
the t he fact act that through the hundreds of
years ears of unparalleled persecutions they
have n ave maintained their spirit of nation
alitv s ilty And we e have unbounded fajth that
thtti tbl t tt solrit will be maintained until Erin ErIner
takes t her er place among a ohK the nations of the tlteMEBTING
earth earthNBETING
MEETING IN JEW YORK YORKBxSeoator YORKExSenator YORKBxSsnator
BxSeoator Towne Was the Orator of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Occasion OccasionMusic OccasionN
N w York Belie The Academy cad 1IIT of 01
E
Music was fflled to overflowing overf1owtn tonight
by a meeting ttD < held under the auspices a of 0
the ClanNaQart to commemorate the thecentenary theCfDltnary theCentenary
centenary of the martyrdom of o Robert RobertmJnf
Kmm ymmet ymmetThe mJnf > > t tThe tThe
The auditorium was w draped with Amer Amerean ¬
lean l ean and Irish flags and the national nationalptrit nationsiit
ptrit iit found expression lon In continuous ap
5t plause lause aUIle as the speakers en dwelt upon u Ire Iresons I Isoup
lands ltd wro wrongs and the hopes of Camt Irelnndi
sons sonsState soupState
11011Ite State te Senator Victor U Bowling DowU pre preR80u pieReaoutIons ¬
sided sidedResolutions
Resolutions R80u ons were passed declarl declaring the
only proper settlement of the differences
between Ireland I and England to be the theabolition theaboUtll theabolition
abolition h of British rule in Ireland If lnd lndpleclahltf awl awlpledging am ampledging
pledging the ClanNaQael to work for f fee
the establishment of an Irish republic
The orator of the evening wa won former former1nited
1nited t nlted States Stat Senator Charles Aa A Towne Towneof Towneof
of Minnesota Mr Towne pictured the thescene theacene
scene of Emmet death tb which he de declared dewas ¬
clared was one of the most pathetic trag ¬
adIos in all tory hl
It is a hopeful spectacle he said 14 for
the man is the In Incarnation tton of an Idea Ideaand Jd ideajittht a aand
and jittht that please God nothing can ever everAfter everAfter
kill
killAfter
After referring to the incident of the theexecutioner theexecntlon theexecutioner
executioner r lifting IIfU Emmets severed head headand headand
and erring c IP out This is the head of a
traitor t the speaker continued
That t 100 na eiat
was years ago and we are areassembled UPa areassembled
assembled a here tonight tonl ht to o do honor b nor to toe too
the e memory not only J of 10 a traitor but butof butof
nrr eno
enoae abetttrtt abetttrttamong
of one o whose name ae has been written writtenamong writtenamong
among the foremost martyrs for the thepause tbetWIe theof
pause of liberty So long as there is in ¬
justice the Irish will resent It We are
here to renew the allegiance a ldance to the cause cau e
for which Eimnt Emm t bled We e are here to toreaffirm toreatftrna toreaffirm
reaffirm our fealty to that great pile principle pileupon ¬
ciple upon U OD which the American ean republic republicwas republleu republicwas
was u founded and upon which Emmet Emmetwished EmmetWished
wished to found an Irish republic name ¬
ly the tb natural right ht of every nation to
have ha the guidance ldance of its own affairs
The right to independence is I just as In ¬
herent In the th nation a as tie t right 1 to life lifeand UC UCAnd lIfeand
and liberty is to the individual The
highest right In the world Is to maintain ntaln
the nations liberty l1bert and the obligation to tomaintain tomainttn
maintain Int it dwarfs all other nth duties dutiesUNITED dutt dutiesUNITED ll llUNITED
UNITED IRISH I LEAGUE LEAGUESix IEAGUESix EAGUESix
Six Thousand u People AseeMble in inCarnegie inOarnllgie inCarnegie
Carnegie Hall HallNew millXfW HsflNew
New York Sept 20 JOS 2OSlx Six thousand per persons Per Perons pereons ¬
sons ons gathered In n Carnegie hall tonight to
do honor to the memory of Robert Robenmet Bin m
met under un r the auspices o 0 < the United
Irish league Great enthusutsm eDth wasdis wasdisplayed w was dI8 dliplayed ¬
played throughout the t eveain eveainAmong ev evAmon ev5l4
Among Amon those present wete Rinds Ca Capote CaDote ¬
Ienocal Dote te of the Cuban senate and itrrca itrrcate Gfenerai ral
Menocal of the Cuban Tce finance committee coDlm ftee
Tomas Estrada a Palma son on of tW Cuban Cubanoreeldent Cubanoresldent Cubanorealdent
oreeldent wan on the platform with his
American wife wlf Young Palma 1IIa was Intro ¬
duced and acknowledged the honor with witha
a brief speech BDeeCbI
1 can cJU only offer offery my sympathy an4 that thatof tbatof thatof I
of the Cuban people people to the Irish nation
in its oppression the Cuban said I
hope some day that Ireland will take its itsolace ItaDlace Itsotace
olace among the Independent nations of ofthe t fthe
the world along with my own beloved belovedcountrv belove4Quntn belovodeountr I
countrv countrvWilliam eountrWilliam I
William Temple Emmet a greatgrand greatgrandneohew areatarandneohew greatgrandfleDheW
neohew of the Irish martyr w was present presentan Jle entafll
an was Theodore Volf Tone Maxwell Maxwellrrand0on MaxwellaTand MaxweUerrandsoti
rrand0on < oat of Wolf Tone
Th The member mm of the family of Thomas
Addis Emmet were Wf > rt > also present Rev Re
Charles McCreudy M ady presided presidedA
A cablegram from Dr Thomas Addle
Rmraet dated Warwick England was wasrtad wasart
rtad art It was as follows followsCongratulations folio folioConcratulaUon followCongratulations
Congratulations on centennial Wish
I could be with you Have searched searched1ubitn Jche
Dublin for Robert Emmets resting rf8t1n place
but no o far have failed I do not despair
It mat be In accord with Emmets wIsh wl h
that his raVe will be found only when
his cottaoh shall have been written > n Let Letus Let1I Letcs
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In a speech eulogizing Emmet Robert
Bmntrt ODonnell offered the th resolutions resolutionsof r
of the meeting The resolutions called calledattention calledattention
attention to the land WU victory and
thanked the United Irish Iri h league for Its Itswork Itswork itswork
work In that direction and pledged the thexvmuathy theImvathv thesympathy
sympathy and active support of American
Irish to the fostering of the Principles Principlesof YrfnclplIt
of f Robert Kmmet and the fruiCTou of but
ideals The vote was taken by rising
I The oration of the evening was w made by
John F Finerty of Chlcaxp American Americanthree Amea1cennrf Amedeenoresident
nrf oresident > 8ldent of the United lr llf league De
three things that caused the failure of
Emmets rising he said were careless carelessness careleaness carelesinoes ¬
ness treachery and inebriety and he headded headdpd haadded
added addedAny addpdAn addedAny
Any An > Irishman who on a mission for
his country sets drunk deserves to be beshot beebo C Cshot
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though Bmmet perished he ie was auceeed auceeeded IoJU l ltCI
ed e d on other lines by leaders like DanielOConnelt Daniel 1 1OConneli
OConnelt who ho won the th Catholic Catholict1I1Ion man emanelpeetlon mancipation ¬
cipation and the abolition of tithes by 1
John Mitchell William Smith OBrien OBrienand OBiienand OIrSenand
and the Fenian brotherhood under Kick Klc
ham Luby and OLeary and an by Charles
Stewart Parnell P rnell Michael Davitt and John
E Redmond RedmondTen RedmondTen RedmondTen
Ten letters constitute the name of
Robert Emmet and of this Catholic entail emancipation erRanclpatlon entailcipation ¬
cipation forms the first the abolition of oftithes ortJthe oftithes
tithes the second disestablishment dl e tabl1 hment of the tbeEnglish theEn
English En 1t8h church the third the extended extendedfranchise extendWmnchl extCndhdfranchise
franchise mnchl the fourth the first land bill billthe bUltbe billthe
the f2th the Ashburn land act the sixth sixththe sixththe sixththe
the establishment of the land court the theseventh theseventh theseventh
seventh the establishment e tabll bment of the county countycouncils countycouncils coufltycouncils
councils the eighth and the passage of ofment ofthe
the land purchase bill the latt Chart Chartmont
ment the ninth There remains but one onemore onemore
more letter to be written and that is the thenational thinatlonlI thenational
national independence of Ireland and andthat andthat andthat
that is I bound to come and cannot be belong b blong
long delayed delayedCharles delayedCharles delayedCharles
Charles R Devlin M I P representing repreDtJ repreDtJGalway
Galway in place of Colonel Lynch the tbeIrishman theIrIshman theIrishman
Irishman sentenced to life imprisonment imprisonmentbecause Imprisonmentbecauae
because he fought with the Boers against againstEngland agaJDlltEngland
England was the last speaker speakerMr
Mr Devlin sooke on contemporary Eng 1 1lf ¬
Helm i politics olitics When he mention Jo Joeeph JoeephChamberlaIns TQJI TQJIChamberlal < tfh tfhChamberlains
Chamberlains s name the audience hissed htestCAs hl hissedAs efl eflAJI
As one of if r your 01 papers said today toda
Mr Devlin said Chamberlain was rid riding ridlag ¬
lag for a fall and he got it It Chamb ChamblaiM Cbamlar Chambhula
hula got his fall and lie will never e eagain hI hIn < 0 0again
again n And the reason was that he henled a co conbC
nbC of Ireland Irel her rights Lord Lo l Rosebery Roseberyresigned ROHher ROHhered oeberyresigned
resigned ed and he has never risen again againWe anine ag4InWe
We e have seen the last of Chamberlain ChamberlainNEW ChamlHrlilnNEW ChamberlainNEW
NEW ROBBERY SCHEME SCHEMEJdore SCHEMEImore
More Boston Street Hallway Em Employe Employes
ploy Arrested ArrestedLynn ArrestedLynn
Lynn Mass Sept 20 20Two Two employes employesof
of the th Boston Bo ton cI Northern Stredt t rail railway ranway rI1way ¬
way were arrested in this city today toda In 4nconnection inconnection
connection with the extensive extenal fraud fraudperpetrated irauditperpetrated
perpetrated upon that company by bymeans bymea bymeans
means mea 8 of bogus transfer checks which whichwere whichwere
were exposed ed in Boston Bo toR yesterday The Themen Themen
men are Herbert Shawman janitor at atthe gtthe
the Central Square station of the cDm cDmpany 1t tnpany
pany and Herbert Morris a conduc conductor conductor ¬
tor on the th Lynn and Boston Bo ton divieen divieenShawman divisnStrawman
Shawman admitted having purchased purchasedabout purchasedabout
about 4040 4 worth of the counterfeit counterfeittransfers counterfeittransfers
transfers at various times while Itfor Itforris Morus r rrI
ris rI at the time of his arrest had b d 400 of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the bogus checks in his pockets pocketsThe pocketsTbe pocketsThe
The two men will 111 be arraigned in the theLynn theLynn thern
Lynn district court tomorrow on the thecharge th thehare thecharge
charge of larceny larcenyTWO arceD7TWO larcenyTWO
TWO MEN KILLED KILLEDVictims KILLEDVictfms KILLEDVictims
Victims Were to Blame Por a Bail Bailway RaUWAY Ba11way
way WreckpottlIe WreckPottsvIlle Wreck WreckPottsville
Pottsville Pa Sept SIX P1Two Two men me were
InstantlY killed in a freight t lght wreck Wl Ck 8 8tbe oh ohthe M Mthe
the Mononjtahela railroad at Bridgeport Bridgeporttoday Brldseporttoday Ort Orttadav
today They are areSamuel areSamuel
Samuel SamtMlKUler Miller flagman of Iniontown Iniontowncrushed t Vulontowsicrushed nloulowncru
crushed cru ht d In caboose cabooseVllllan cabooseWIllIam e eWIlliam
WIlliam Gately brakeman erpan of Mahon Mahonlagton MAhonI lIsbonlsgton
I lagton ton caught in caboose and crushed cruII cruIIBOth
Both men it ta supposed were asleep
in tbe caboose while their engine was wastaking weetkinw at attaklnlr
taking water and tMI the blame for the ac accident ac accidetit ¬
cident probably rests with them as a no
flaxman was w out to warn other trains trainsSAPB trainse trainsSAFE trainsSAPE
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SAFE BLOWN OPEN OPENPasadena OFBNP OPBNPaaden
Pasadena P Gen CaL spt IThe The safe in inE Inme
E 11 J Baldwins store at Santa Anita Anitawas Anitablown Anitawas
was blown open last night Tbe store storewas storewas ore oreWll
was partially wrecked The robbers robbersHot robbe robbe80t mbberpot
Hot ot about 400 in cash three cold coldtc SOlA1hfs
tc 1hfs chrs hes nin niw sr gold n1d < > ld chains a rovoivW rovoivWandsomt r rovo1ye rovo1yeandsecme > voh vohun
andsomt un omc stalnps st 1n ps
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BULLETSrANtf BULLETS tBAN ANI BAYONETS FOR THE THESTRIKING THESTRIKING THEI
I STRIKING MINERS OFCOLORADO OF COLORADO
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Victor ColbA Coio Sept 3dAs As the non nonunIon nonUfllOfl
f union men whs wh were brought from fromi fromilIln fromMlnnesdta
i ailnnsfidta ilIln fi ta to take the theplaces places of the thestriking taetrlklng thentrlklng
S striking miners were going to supper suppertonight suppertonight suppertonight
tonight they were surrounded by about aboutSOO about5Ot
SOO strikers str1k rswho ms who jeered rft them as they theywalked theyalked theywalked
walked along the street A troop of ofcavalry oCca ofcavalry
cavalry ca vAlry was aa ordered to the scene ene ai a anl 4 l
dispersed dtsnI the crowd crowdTodajr crowdTada
Today Tada delegations from the local G GA GA GA
A R and Womens Relief Corps vie visitcl vlsI
itcl it ite 1 Camp C mp Goldfield and were wer enter entertahied entertah1ed enterthlettby
I tahied thlettby by the soldiers in hi n welcoming
them Adjutant General Sherman Boll Bollmade Bellmade U Umade
made the t1I following significant state statemont statement sttemont
l mont
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r montAs As hjuy 1ot1 as the troops of f the state of ofColorado otolorado
I Colorado are la IS i the field the American Americannag Americankg Americang
nag g will be 1Iu unfurled to float oat over this thiscamp thiscatnp
camp all JaJl all alf winter all spring and andall andaU andall
all next summer if necessary
He was followed toU wed by Brigadier Gen General Geeera n nera1 ¬
eral era Chase C who said We are here hereto hereto
I to settle this strike and I am glad to toI
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say that we are going to stay until it itis I t I Iis
is settled It i Is for the tbeb best 8t interests interestsof ts tsof a I
of the state of Colorado that this ques question question ¬
tion be settled for all 1 time and we are aregolhg aresoing aregoing a
going to de It Iti
I i The Stratton Independence mine minewas minewes minewas B
was started this morning Superin Superintendent ¬
tendent t dent Cornish said that they had ail aili 1 1th 11 I
i the th men that could uld be used at present pre presentHe ent entHe I
I He also said that he had on file appli applications appUCfttlens appitt
cations from a number of competent competenti competentminers competenminers t
i miners and more were ere coming in every 1 i
day da A number of men who formerly formerlyworked formerlC 1 II
I worked for him hbuln in Leadville he said saidhad L Llied i
had applied fo fc places placesThe
The union men claim Im that there have haveranks havebeen e
been a number of desertions from the theranks tb tbrsnk e
ranks of theDuuuh Ute Dubtlh men This is de denied ¬ I II
I flied by the members of the Mine Own Owners Ownera ¬ C
ers association associationC I IC
C C Hamlin secretary of the asso association assoelation ¬ i tlatIon
elation today t ay reiterated his statement statementthat t tthat
that the mines of the association would wouldbe wouhlI d dI
I be opened op ned even if it became necessary neces y
to import men for all positions po 1tlns I
SAM PARKS PARKS MAY BE BOUNCED FROM FROMCONVENTION FROME
E CONVENTION OF THE IRON WORKERS i
Kane I KApsa4 OUr SentMlSam WaSam Park of ofJittend oCY ofw
w Y rk rk am arrived In this dtF dt tonIght t to toAteed I It
Jittend t P the e convention of the International InternationalBridge Internal1 InternatIonalBridge al alBJi
Bridge BJi sad > Structural Str tural iron Workers Workerswftteh Work ork Ill rswMeit i iwteI1
wftteh meets IDee here tomorrow His HI arrival arrivalaroused
aroused drou inu much l activity among the dele deleKates I
gates alreadV alrt8 here he bet IIIn an activity a Uvlly which whichPiaoa whichptesses i iPNM
I Piaoa ptesses s a lively I vely fight when When the com committee corn corntittse ¬
mittee initt an a credenthUs reports r8 in the con conventkur COIlvenu convenUoa
ventkur in JRtJIemOnMD the thsmornlng moraJn Parks is a mem
bar ofr local union No 2 which was sus susr w anpendhd I I1ten4lDd
r em1fed by 1 Y President t Buchanan after
Parks recent t Imonsonment and nd another anotherlocal anotb anotleerIst1 r r1ocal I
local union No 2 was a established The TheexttOnttv Th Thttvft Theeieimttoe
exttOnttv ttvft committee co Itt e of the drpnlaaUon drpnlaaUonkla 6rgant atton
kla did ld not ratify the action ef President Prellld t tIt
dtiehanati It and Parks and his partisans I It It Ipsert
psert t that the action of the president pres1d Dt Is IsIeroCorn I Ir
r IeroCorn fon OM null ull and void The local union unionof unionc unionof I
of Which Parks was or is a member in I I
New York has sent a delegation of which
PRESIDENT T PAlMA VISITS VISITS THE THESCENE THESCENE THESGENE
SCENE OF A BATTLE FOR OR FREEDOM FREEDOMit
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SauUA9 do CU Set it 20 aspeakiDg Speaking SpeakingCaney
I to6ly at tIe v11 V1llLO of B1 Caney Cane close to tole
I Ute ce1t eeeq ot tB battle le between the theAjnericans the4a1 the4atricsug
4a1 Ajnericans nc and the tb apaniards S niardB President
Palma urged red the Cuban people to guard guardthey
fft th 141 = they they hac had obtained edby by means of ofalcalde ofHc ofIstkon
Istkon IstkonThe
Hc The presidential entlal arty wa 88 enthusiastic enthusiastfcally enthusiastically
ally recalvH 6D 16f Its arrival at El Caney
rho alcalde l having remarked remarkedUiorinK1 that the thegathering
gathering th UiorinK1 was w oomposed of veterans vetfrane I I Iresident
ldfl1f
resident e Palma assured urCd them that at he hewanted hewante hewanted
wanted 4 m pay the army my as badly as any anyn I
Itotlv 1 bisetis the payment WU not onl oIy
ItD n act 6f t justice but was wa necessary to I 1
the r oonatruetlon tnael1on of the country No j
body loved Cuban I
independence more than
himself continued C nued the president pr ldent The
Oplr 11r1 liieftcrifhe crlflce the republIc pubJlc would I
flM be IA1iWo Ii bo JJt dvn war H He bt
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Parks is a member to the convention and fld j I Ithe
the J local al union wbJcn J was organised after j
Park and ms IB local loceLt tfnton nlon were suspended eu I
haK ba also lso sent t a AeleMtlpn Aeie tI The strength strengthof
of the Parks and antiParks factions in
the convention win be decided when one oneof
of these contesting delegations de atlon is seated j
Each faction is I > unyielding UDY in its attitude attitudeand attitudeand attitudeand I
and the partisans of each faction are > at atwork atwork
work tonight trying to influence neutral j
delegates delen delegatesPresident tM tMw tMeII i
President eII de Frank Buchanan of Chicago h hdatA
who w uw 1 an antiParks ntlPar a n man r is 9 a candi ¬
date for reelection r JwtI H f Donnelly of
Albanv N Y a Parks supporter is also alsoa
a candidate for president t The Parks and andantiParks andantiParks andantiParks
antiParks teellM feeling will be manifest in ineverv Inevetv inevery
every contest co jest 1 hi the convention and the theside th thside theside
side which ealns Ina the supremacy in the theeeatimc th thereatine I
eeatimc of the contesting CQIIte tlDg delegatIons e atlon will
probably control every imperiant action Willi
of the convention CQlWentl
tain tam the honor of o Cuba even to the tbeex ex
tent of forfeiting his soldiers pay ale
Cubans Pbans having accepted United Mates stat Slate in
tervention as a JD means of ending their theirw
troubles were Ua4er er aa obligation to fol ¬
low 10wtboM those w Ideals and vreve themselves tbemseh a anear
peaceable IJfOP people SMakIn ot the ap
pearance of the b 1ig of ln insurgectionjta tlonistM
near Santiago President Pr Palma con ¬
demned the hidden instigators I of the
rIBin rising The alcajde up
rl8fng declared that no one
f within lwo two leau leagues of SI t Caney had
joined the band bandMAKKEED ban bandMAEiIBD
MAKKEED BCMKTOH ON GIBL GIBLCleveland GmLCleveland GIBLCleveland
Cleveland O Sept 1tt 90 Charles D Wil Wilson Wilson Wilson ¬
son manager ma r of tbe Ward Yokes Vok I com eompany ¬
pany was II married today tada to Miss ZlIs Doro ¬
thy M Bird a member rneinberpChee < > f jhe > c ny
Mr Wilsons Vilson 111408 ham Is in Seattle a 111
WiUjiui Ils is uc a Boston girl girlc
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Martin M srtii quarantine uarhltIlh U hiaaector latA fair to the theaovernnwnt Uaet
aovernnwnt t who ncttotty returned returnedfrom retUrnedfrom
from f ront Linares declares declazesthat that the city is isdead Idftd
dead d do eed commercially and partly pa deserted desertedon 4
on o n account of the prevaieMce prev prevaleot of ofenow ofenowfever Tettow Tettowfever I
fever f ever Although there are less than thanaw UlaneaIIN
aw eases in Linares there t are fully fullyS999 full fullt
t S999 NI people sick with With various ailments ailmentsLatest aUmeDtsraat
Latest advices from Victoria state statethat stainhat t ttMat
that t but twelve oases of yellow lever levernow levelDO
now DO n ew exist In that clbr clbrH ettySW ttv ttvVV
VV H Leonard Leo Zd representative or C the thebridge theha1dae theVldZO
bridge b and tid masonry contractors co traotor on the theMonterey theM
Monterey M division Iti of the Mexiesm sen en ensituation
rat t rallnMMI reports a moet chplolbleituaUen chplolble eea1
situation s among the construction constructioncamps eenatraetlonemp5
sc camps c long the line He says that thatthere
there t is scarcely acarcel a camp eam without y Jllt B0w B0wfever w wtever I
fever f ever and that there are many 7 deaths deathsTarapteo
fn Tarapteo Tam lco to largely 7 diminishing c the thenumber tbenumber theumber I
number n of cases of yellow fever feverQITASAJfTIKB feverQUA1t
QITASAJfTIKB QUA1t ICAINTAZKEI ICAINTAZKEIDaredo JtLUNTAJXBDDaredo
Daredo Determined Dtermit to K Keep p Preen FreaDIJHNtse PreenS Pr m mDisease
S Disease DiseaseLaredo DIJHNtseLar DiseaseLaledo
Laredo Lar o Tex Sept Tbte Ttt city cit atlll atlllmaintains fUl fUlmalDtai I1I I1Imaintains
maintains a vigorous qusjrnv q qll18t quarlI1tie quarlI1tieagainst ine ineagainst
against ll18t Neuvo Laredo La o Mexico Little JIttJenews Littlenews Littlenews
news of a reliable kind ndcan can be secured securedfrom seepredfrom
from across the river riverUnited riyerUnited rIverUnited
United State SbI Consul COD a Garrett who whoarrived whoarrfnd whoarrived
arrived in Neuvo Laredo today after afterhaving tterbaying er erbavla
having bavla passed five days cia quarantined at atSanchec atSaDehez atSandies
Sanchec station stat stated that he had hadexamined hadexamJaed
examined several venal cases of the prevail prevailing pnwailIDC prowsiltog ¬
tog disease and declares B they are not notyellow Dot7elJow notyellow
yellow fever feverExpert feverExpert feverExpert
Expert bacteriologists of the theJean Mex Mexican Mexcan ¬
Jean I can government have arrived arrav arrive4and and will willinvestigate WlUlavMt1gate wiUnvestigate
investigate i the cases in company pay with witha
a yellow fever feverexpert expert who is expected expegtedto ted tedto
to t o arrive from Washington tomorrow tomorrowJACKSON tomorrowII
II IIJACKSON
JACKSON WELCOMED WELCOMEDDiplomatic WELCOMEDDiplomatic WELCOMEDDiplomatic
Diplomatic Diplomatic Agent to Bulgaria Pre Presents PreBents Prestints ¬
Bents His Credentials CredentialsSofia CredentialsSofia
Sofia Se Sept t 2Prince Prlnce Ferdinand last lasthonor wtnlftt lastnight
night gave a dinner party at the paI In
honor of J B Jackson who in the after afternoon sitarnoon afternoon
noon had presented Dre ented his credentials as the
first American diploma diplomatic tie a agent nt toBul to But Butearls
earls The guests JtUe tB included F B B H
Eliot the British diplomatic ager agerthe 1I agen4 and 11cttN andthe
the Bulgarian B lffarlan minister and high o off Is
Prince Ferdinand proposed Oaed the Health Healthof Itesithof th thOf
of President Roosevelt RooeeV lt gpeaking in Eng ¬
lish and th the court band played a selec selection t c ¬
tion tl n of American airs airsGreat alreGreat airstrOat
Great satisfaction is expressed e ed not only
in official but also commercial1 circles clr letr at atAmericas atAmericas t tMtIiCa1I
Americas action a on In establishing e9t bIht diplo diplomatic dJplomatle diplomatlc ¬
matic relations with Bulgaria Bul rJa TIM belief beliefnrevails llellefDrnlls
beJeII
nrevails that a great opportunity o p rtunlty exists existsfor ex1 xtstefor bl blfor I
for toveloptoir a profitable export and hn hnnort hnnort haitort
nort trade with the United States StatesIBSEN StatesIBSEr StatesIBSEN
IBSEN INGOOD IN GOOn HEALTH HEALTHRecent HEALTHRecent HEALTHRecent
Recent Reports Were the Invention Inventionof Inventionof Iua non nonof
of Enemies EnemiesNew EneniiCsNew s sNpw
New York Sept Dt 30 AMary Mary Shaw the tlwactreee u uactre theactress
actreee e la in receipt of a letter from
Haunch Ibsen the Danish h dramatist in inresponse Inreaponle it itr
response to a cablegram which hleh Miss Shaw Shawrecentlv Sha Shaent1Y tzaa tzaaI r
recently ent1Y sent to him condoling with him himon Iton bittOn I
on his h ill health Mr Ibsen in this letter letteraccepts letteraecepU letteraccepts
accepts his oor respondentsa aorre p Ddent8s condolence condolencebut condolenceI
but adds that the tb reports that be is in ill UlhflAlth Illi I
health emanate em natefrom from his hi enemies the thetruth thetruth i
truth being that h he is I o in better health healththan belththan he41tlthan thei i
than he has been for many man months Mr roIb MrIbsen
Ibsen says also that he is Isat at work on onnew liiC a anew anew C
new drama which he hopes M e will take takeeven takteven takeC
even higher rank than his The DotTs DotTsHouse DoUsliOON Doll DollHouse C
House His advanced age a be says fur further further furtimer ¬
ther is l all that prevents him from visit vteltinr yl lt ltIne
Inc America which whl h he would like visitr very verymuch verymuch veramuch r
much to do doWISCONSIN
oee oeeWISCONSINFLOODS is isWISCONSIN
WISCONSIN WISCONSINFLOODS FLOODS FLOODSLevee FLOODSLevee
Levee at Portage Breaks and Entire EntireDistrict EntireDistrict EntireDistrict I
District Flooded FloodedMilwaukee FloodedMl EloodeMilwaukee
Milwaukee Ml waukee Sept SO OAt At Portage PortaceWIL PortaceWILthe Wis Wisthe Wlsthe
the Wisconsin JIIcon8tn river reached a stage of of1SJ of1J o >
1SJ feet at the government lock at noon noontoday JIIOntoday oit it
today when tbe city levee evee on the soolt west westride was Mt Mtside t
side of the river broke and the entire entiredistrict eatirdistrict wasa a I Idtrlct
district between the Wisconsinbridge Wisconsin dvr jrlv r rbridge I
bridge e and the Bamboo Bara Qo river covering covert coveringspace a aspace aspace
space of six miles is a sea of water waterSeven WaiterSeV waterSeven
Seven SeV R hundred hundr feet of newly wl built city eU y
levee was washed away Farm residences residencesin re C yC
resideucea
in the district dl trlct are surrounded Hundreds Hundredsof a
of acres acr of potatoes po toeB corn and millet Hundreda are areruined ueruined ar arruined a >
ruined ruinedAt ruinedAt
At Prairie Pn rle dn Chien the MiaalsafoWiseonsm MissIsolpM Miaalsafo and an anWleeensln d
Wiseonsm rivers have risen r1 en twem tweminches twantyOC
inches during urlnc the last t twentyfour twen twantyOCa tour wenr hopri hopriml r rCrops a
Crops OH 0 lowlands along the t th Miss Missabove MIaslpg HI pi piabove ml
above the city are being flooded f1 and andmany aKlmany an anmany 4 1
many acres of corn are already uer uerwater under underwater c cwater
water waterSEALED
SEALED VERDICT VERDICTBeaver VERDICTBPaver
Beaver Pa Sept 20 2QThe The Jury In the theRobinsonWanamaker theRobin th c
RobinsonWanamaker Robin RebinsonW on W n namaker maker slander r case re returned re returned re returned 1 ¬
turned a sealed verdict this thi morning < I r
Und rethe l the established rule of court the thewU1 Ui e ICe
seals will not be broken and the verdict verdictread verdltrNd vudieread Uit t
read until uuttll0 10 oclock tomorrow morning morningStockholders morntngStockho morulniStockholliexn
r
Stockholders Stockho ers Meeting
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TlLA I i
the annual meeting meeUn of the stockboidera stockboideraporatjon ptockhodezof toekho1lersOf Ia a
Of the WabaSh lining c cOmpany mpauy a cot corpofJUon
poratjon of Utah for the election of cotI dl 41reetors d dracIsm I I
rectors and the transaction of such other othi ii r
business tran tranhrd as may properly come before befur W I t twill
hrd mt r reecoe 88W
will be held at the office of said 88 88any com company I ¬
any rooms 306301 h Auerbach building bundf on 0 Ifl D
East Temple street et < south Salt Lake Lat 0e e
City Utah on Monday Non ay Sept 21 tttt LatL at a L
3 chock p p m The books for the transfer transferof trhsefeof
of stock will 111 close on Sept 15 IMS l1i find findremain pn pnremain nd ndremain
remain closed until after the meeting m mNICHLAS
NICHOLAS TREWBEK President
W MONT FERRY Secretary
Dated Aug Au 20 0 1MB 1MBLocation 1Location 1205Location
Location of office 903308 305 Auerbach h
building
Notice of Assessment AssessmentMAT AeamentMAY AsseesmentMAY
MAY DAY MINING MINING MliOJNO MliOJNOcompany MliLINompeny IIILIS IIILISCOmpllldlJ
company c Principal place of business businessSalttitke bllalaesSalt bislneaealt
Salttitke Salt S cS cg alt Lake City Utah Notice otlce > is I hereby herebygiven bftebJIIven herebyiven
given g iven that at t a special meeting of ofthe the di directors d diectors 1 1rector ¬
rectors r held on the 12th day of Septem September 8pptember eptem eptemer ¬
ber h er tftt 1 an assessment sesment of 2 cents per perahara pttri rr rrhEe
ahara s hs being bfl assessment No a J was levi levieliJ levipon A Aupon
upon U O the capital stock of the corporal corporaltion corpor corportlo corporion
tion tlo uO l ul ion payable > on or before the tb 13th day da daOetober dayctober OT OTOctober
October O ctober 1908 to C H Week secretary secretaryat e secretaryt < retary retaryat
at a t the office of the company rooms roomsand 4 4and 4I 4Ind >
and a aa nd 4 n D F Walker block Salt Lake LakeCity La Laeity e eCity
City C ity Utah Any stock upon which this thisremain thisnJlIc thiasiei
siei nJlIc flt mY remain unpaid on the thedelta thoUth the3th
Uth 1 dT of 0dt ber U wfU I > delta deltaago deJ deJQueat dehinuest
1a Queat q 1q and advertised for Ale at male pqblie pqblieauction eble ebleectlin
auction a ectlin and nnl nsyatent t ia naade bf beore > I Iwi
la l ore wi veib be MId On oum XOoday Nov 2 2 11103 11103at 1PCtt
la at a t J odoeJt Po IlL to pal the hO dellllqueDt dellllqueDteat delinquentssessment
ago a ssessment augment eat together ther with the cost of ad advertising adrtllltng adwztlalng ¬
vertising rtllltng and andsale sale saleC iIaJeC
andsaleWEEKS C C H WEEKS Secretary SecretaryFirst SecttrYllrst tary taryYInt
First publication a Sept 13 1J 1 1903 1903Ifotioe 1SOSotice 120 120kotice
Ifotioe kotice otice of Administrators Sale sd ox oxParsona ofP8l11ODal oi oiPersonal
Personal Property PropertyHOTICE IropertyCJJ Property2OTICE
HOTICE CJJ IS HEREBY tJIVBN THAI THAIhi THArpuIlluance Ar I Ie
hi h e pursuance of an order of the proba probacourt NObafCOUlt pbaa pbaaourt
court c of Fremont county slate of Idaho Idahomade Idabomade idabilend
made t end and entered on tbe Uh th day of Sep September September Sepember
tember t tt A A D I 18 In the matter of th thestate thtate Cliestate <
estate of J i J Williams deceased 1 th thundersigned thlunderalaned the thendersigned
undersigned u administrator dmin ltrafor of said estaU estaUwill efltaltwill eetatill
will w uw ill sell at private sfcl w1A for cash subjert subjertto eubj t tto
to t o conlrmatioh t b ov > y said probate court courton cflurron courtn
on o n the Pith b day ot September iepf hmber A D Dt tiKtf tiKtfat
at a t ie oclock a a m of said day the ici icilowinir 101lowing liiiowing
al
lowing l described persenai oers nal property pro ert to toirtt t toWit o oW
Wit Alt of that stock of goods ware waredand waieeied
and l ied general merchandise le and all toe atoeiwres stoextnres toeextIM
extIM iwres b bIrI belonging to the estate of J Jillfams JHI JillIsms <
illfams HI aeceaseU 4 now contained in the theJ thet
t 3I J WMIUuns WttlbunBlltore store building at Buboi BuboiMa DtllaIMa Dubnmda
Ma I da also the atom lito building bulldl and dwei dweiIng dWEIboWIe dweltg
Ing t g house of J J 1 Wnlams Wnlamssituated detUWd decetsedtuated
si on land leased from t tb the railroad railroadcompany railroadCOIDINUQ railroadompany
company c at DuNMa Dub Fremont county countyIdaho countyIdaho countydaho
Idaho I Sealed nds for fo the purchase of ofsaid oiaM r
said s aM personal prperty pe party will be received etved by bythe bythe bythe
the undersigned st t Dlbois Ida or by byJohn byohn
John J ohn iJonaldscn J onal > acn probate Tu 1utice iee at H HDtboIQ ttAnthony t tAatbeni
Anthony Ida until 10 oclock a a m th thth the theth the1th
1 1th th day cia of September A D 19S2 l2 Ten Tenper TtnK Tenper
per cent deposit ppo lt will be required on day dayof dayof dayof
of sale saleDated saleDated Ie IeDated
Dated at iubos > Ida this the Sth day dayof dayof da daof
of September A A D 1903 1903D 1903D 1903D
D M SHIELDS SHIELDSAdministrator SHIELDSA1Iministrafbr SHIELDSAmlnlstratbr
Administrator of the ke Estate of J J Wil Williams Wllllama II IIIta ¬
llama Ita Pleased PleasedKing TreNe4JCm flrca4King
King A Mlllsapl Milisa Attorneys for Admln AdmlnIIItrator Admintetrator Admlnlitrator
tetrator tetratorNotice IIItratorJf litratorNtioe
Notice Jf tioe of Assessment Ho 0 1 1WEBoTER 1WEB8TER 1WE8TER
WEBoTER MINING I NING COMPANY COMPANYPrincipal COMPANYPftaclPfll
Principal place of busIness Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity LakeCity
City Utah Notice is hereby given that thatat thatat thatat
at a meeting of tbe board of directors directorsheld dlrectorheld dIrectorsheld
held on the 27th day of Augu August lt 1S03 an anassessment anUlleMlDent artssessment
assessment a of twenty 30 cents per hal sharwas hallevied sha shawas
was levied on the capital stork t < hk of the tbecorporation thetOIPOraUon thecorporation
corporation payable pa able immediately to VIt v vR
R R Wightman secretary Se < retar at the ofrice of oftbe ofthe ofthe
the company room oom 3 S Masonic block Salt SaltLake SaltLake gaitLake
Lake CIty Utah Any stock upon which whichthis whichtb18 whichthis
this assessment may remain unpaid un 11aid at atthe e atthe t
the cVMin ci of business bUBln on the 30th day of ofSeptember ofSetMember ofSeptimnbei j
September 1908 1 shall be delinquent ami amiadvertised an anadveltl8e ti tiadvertised
advertised for sale sal at public auction lU < Uon and andunless an1Uftl andunle
unless Uftl payment paymf > nt is made m de before will willsold t tsold tt ttsold <
sold at It oclock a a m on Oct U 1001 1001to liOlo 903 903to
to t o pay 1 the delinquent assessment QSIe ent together togethercosts tostherwtth togetherwith
with the costs of advertising and the tx txDense tXpenee x xpeimee
Dense of sale saleW aleWR S
W WR R WIGHTMAN Secretary SecretaryAssessment SeCletaryAaa9ment SecretaryAsoessatent
Assessment No Notice JfotiaTHE NoticeTag tic ticTHE
THE ALASKA MINING COsCPANV COsCPANVPrincipal COKPANPrIDclpal COMPANPrincipal
Principal place of business bu lnesa Salt Lak IakCity LakC LakCity <
City C Utah Location of mines Ttrrc Ttrrcmining Tirtcmining llt lltMataln
mining < district Juab county ount Itan ItanNotice ttanNotice ttaiNotice
Notice Is hereby given nv n that at a meeting meetingOf meltinof
Of the board of directors of Cue Alaska AlaskaMining AlalkaXlnl AlaskaMinIng
Mining Xlnl 1r company held on Monday tbe iJisi iJisiday Jl ILiday l lday
day of August 1808 an assessment assesamentthree o othree othree
three 3 3 cents pet share was wa levied upon uponthe uJnthe upflthe
the capital stock of the corporation is issued i isued Issued ¬
sued and outstanding payable immediate immediateIv ImmMlatl
l Iv to the secretary > at his hi office No 1 o 11 11nth l t tout
out south nth Main street Salt Lake City Vtah VtahAny ltahAur Utabateck
Any stock upon which this tbl assessment assessmentmay as8 IIIImf assessmentmay > n t tmay
may remain unpaid on Wednesday the the7th th thith the7th
7th day of October 1903 will be delinquent delinquentand deUhlJuentlid deUtviuentand
and advertised for sale at public auction auctionand auctio1laIMI auctionand
and unless lIItlpaYMent payment is made before will willbe VJ willbe II t
be sold on Saturday the 24th day of Oc October Ocr O Otuber ¬
tuber r 1M 1M at t n oclock 0 elock noon at th the sec secretary see1etlu7 eecretarYs ¬
retary retarYs office to pay the delinquent as assessment a aM aseet3nt > ¬
sessment thereon tIt < eon together with the cost costf eostf costt costtSi
f f advertising < and expense of sale saleA aleA saleA
A W 1 MOUNTNEY MOUNTNEYSecretary IOUNTI4EYSecretary OUNTNEYSecreury
Secretary Alaska Mining Company CompanSept
Sept 1 M03 1953AseessmentNo2 M03Assessment
1tI1AMeueJlto
S Assessment AMeueJlto AseessmentNo2TONOPAH Mo 2 2TONOPAH 2 2TONOPAH
TONOPAH tI SALT LAKE MINING MININGcompany MINI MINIOffice G GCGftI1NIDy
company Office and principal place of ofbusiness vijsjsp r rbutdlH
business 8 Salt Lake City Utah Notice is isheVeby isJWlrebY
heVeby given glventhat that at t a meeting a etl of in inboard thboar4of tIebodrdof ¬
board boar4of of directors e ef the tToROPah Tonopah Sat SatLake 8atlAke SatLake
Lake Mining Mlnin lnlng company held h hI on the f Mil Milday > th thday tliday
day of August IMS an assessment of ii iicents 11cents I Icents
cents per share was levied on all allshares tli tlishares thsit <
shares sit res of the capital stock of the cor corporation enrporation or orparatlon ¬
poration issued and outstanding pay payable Jla Jlaable paable ¬
able immediately to the treasurer at his hisoffice i ioffice dS dSocnc
office room alt Progress block No J JSouth JSouth JI JISouth <
South Main street Salt Lake City Utah UtahAny tiaoAny U tet n nAny
Any stock upon which the assessment assessmentmay assenemecitmay mfllt mflltmay
may remain unpaid on the 14th day da y f fOCtober
October IMs will be delinquent and ai aiverflsed 101Wt < civartlied
verflsed Wt fiMd for forsale sale at t public auction nil anIunless nlpl1IDi nilunless
unless 1IDi payment is made before so many manyof Ina II IIoC v vof
of the shares represented r pre ented by each certiicate certi certii erticate C Crate
cate of the stock ock so delinquent de t as may t tnecessary tp tpneeeIIII8IT towill > <
necessary will be sold on Saturday tno tnoMst tl tlRllt tIvSlat
Mst day 1 of October 19M 1 at K 10 > oclock oclockm ocl < k km
m to pay the delinquent assessment t tgetber tpther tgather
gather with the cost of advertising tni tniexpenae aniexpense 11 11expeDM
expense of sale A A C ELLIS JR JRTreasurer JRTreuurer JRTreasurer
Treasurer TreasurerBy
By order of the board of directors > Salt Sa t
Lake City Utah Aug Au 9 1908 1908Notice 1tGINotice 110Notice
Notice of Special City Tax TaxTO TaxTO 4
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN No Notice Nutics ¬
tics is hereby given that a special tax taxFirst ta
Cortlte for the purpose e of paving ad curbiJ1 curbi curbiYlrdt J
First South street between State aim alltEast
Second East streets in paving district N o < >
7 has been levied and confirmed co by or orfinance 01tUnance
finance of th the city council counelldateQ dated Sept Sej t tll
14 IMS IMSSaid 1MSaM 1103Said
Said tax Is levied upon the following toJlowitz toJlowitzreal lolIuwjereal
real property in Salt Lake City towii towiiAll towitAU towetAll
All of lots 5 and t Iblock block 71 n and all of r rlots
lots 1 L 2 2 3 and 4 J block 74 < 4 plat A Suit SuitLake Sa ct ctLake 1 t tLake
Lake City survey and to toe depth df > pth of twen twcntvfive twentvfive twentvfive
tvfive feet back from f m sJ s J street is pa paable pao paoable iaable >
able in four eoua equal installments and b b0tJtN I Icomes >
comes delinauent as follows Said fir firlnstaihnent > c cinstallment tInstaUment
installment on Sept 22 1903 said aiel seconl Jle reci reciinstallment < on1 on1Instantnent
Installment on March 22 i9o4 said thi liiiinstallment < i tineta1lmeDt
installment inetallm at on June 22 22 1904 and the sai sa e efourth < 1 1fourth
fourth Installment on Sept pt if 19M 19MEach 11104Each 4 4Each
Each of said installments ln tallntnt except X pl ts 1 1first t tfirst
first shall draw interest at the rato rat ratper of orper r rper
per cent per annum from the time of if th thJvv tI tI1eVv I Ilevy <
levy a as aforesaid and if any an or either lthvrsaid thr thrsaid
said instalhnents shal hall be b unpaid wh h hthey > M Mtbev I Ithey
they become bec llle delinquent interest therV thE thercshall > i ishall lshall
shall be at the rate of 10 per cent p r rannUM panfluat
annual until such delinquent installments installmentsr J Jare
are fully paid paidAU paidAU J JAil
S
AU special taxes are paid at my office offlctroom offleroom officeroom
room MB cIte ball II Salt Lake City <
Sai R P MOKKIS MOKKISCltv MOtIItISfitv Of 1S 1SCltv
Cltv Treasurer and Special Tax Collector CollectorI Gol1ecloSalt ColleetciSalt
Salt Lake CIty Sept Ii 1 J JPavlu 110Paving
I Paving Extension ion No NoNOTICE o J JNOTICE 1 1NOTICE
NOTICE NOTICECertificates NOTICECerUncate NOTICECertifIcates
Certificates Nos 3M8 3JW 3 an RIO 4031 oiti oitithe > t tthe 1the
the Carlsa Copper Gold Mining com company OlTai conpatty ¬
patty have e been stolen andAwlll and will not hi hitransferred I
ttI ttIn
1 = transferred i e in I the books of r tHe tih company n
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If yon are a Workinsr orkin Man Ean Business Man or Profes Professional Professional Professioniti ¬
sional Man theres a hat here for you youNot youNot youNot
Not jnst one but a great big variety of shapes shzp and andcolors anlcolors nd ndcolors
colors intended for your particular purpose purposeIt
It takes a mighty big b stock to please everybodj everybodjBut
Bnt we think ours < ig i big enough enoughWhen enoufhhen enoughWhen
When hen you are ready for that Fall Hat come in and let letus let11S letus
us show you the largest and best selected stock in Salt SaltLake SaltIJt1i4 SaltljakeS15O
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