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The Salt Lake herald. [volume] (Salt Lake City [Utah]) 1870-1909, September 24, 1903, Last Edition, Image 1

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I 4 Bitter Words Spoken in Il Debate ne DebateEven ateEven Even Vjotenee Vjoteneev Viol Vio1encekIMooated nce
IplQGrated 1 v aated f toi6rive to 7 Drive 94 94IplQGrated Negroes agroes From Trade TradeOiffer Tradef
f t tDlffcr
V Oiffer rioei SBSoe l ofl Between Linemen and W4rev Workers May Cause Split SplitIn
V In t Order OrderSocta1isan SoafoHsinan Soat1H8 an Issue IssueI
V 1 HE discussion of f what hat should be bedone bedone beI
1 I done with the negro ne < ro in the eec etectrical electrhal eectruai
trical branb of the th trades unions unionsprecipitated uAlonIJIedpltated UILIOflpreipttat
precipitated 3 storm in the Internatlon International ¬
V al 1 Hrotb1ti Brothertiood M d of Electrical Workers Workersconvention Workersll1ventlon WorkersilVention
convention yesterday Nearly the en entiro entil entre
tiro til day was consumed 8UmEd in the consid consideration consldratltn considratitn ¬
< eration of tibia hls is matter Rlatl r and the negro negrovas ngroas negrowas
vas as handled handl In a rough rou < h manner mannerSUtln mannerlIthtrn
5 SUtln lIthtrn > rn blood was Wa aroused to a fiery fierylicat fiery111ut fieryS
S licat and the debate WitS HO scathing scathingaiifi cathlnIi <
aiifi Ii IIfI savored a ored so much of five and brim brimstone brimstone brimVV ¬
VV stone that the th whole proceedings were werewiped werPHt wereWIlftVCf
wiped PHt from the records re ords for fear Of the thercsulis thelpull ther4MuIis
rcsulis that might follow their publica publication pUblication ¬
5 tion HH i M a part of the records of th thionv thnfntinn thflVfVfltIOfl
ionv nfntinn ntion There were many who whohap Whdhpapfd whoV
V hap hpapfd i curse upon the th negro who whoMjugtit whotJURht whosugtit
Mjugtit to Mil the white mans pUvc pIR IP IPii IPV
V 1 L hOI ii r circles and some > even went wentV so softr IOfal
V ftr as 8 to assert the th belief tdat foul foulriins foulrilll foulr55fl
riins were te Justifiable JUlUft olf in dealing deallA with withtho withthe withtb
the tb hordes of blacks who ho were ere a men menace mfnace menV ¬
V ace to the principle or f unionism in U the thosmith theuth theV
V smith uth Although the th I 1 B H E K W will willnot will1101t wIH7St
not permit negroes nt < roefl to affiliate with it itthey Itthey Itthey
they are rp recognised by b the Federation Federationof
V of Lnhor loor and nd any action a tlon by b the I J B BK BE BV
K V W V against flgaln t tile e negro would ould array arrayh arrayth
V t th h fp > tl eItrI Irtrkul > rfri < al workers against the par partut parlit paret
tut lit body the federation ff eratlon which might mightdlsaotroufl mihtI mightdFatrous
I dlsaotroufl to th the I B E W For Fortills Port For11th
tills t 11 reanon the proceedings on oi thl thlru thlR thlRtmt th1V
V ru tmt 214ttr ttfi t tfl were wt > rt > blotted out and tlM eJec eJectiifiatis eject
V tiifiatis t datJI will fold their hands Mid let letthf letIhf letthe
the nurtlon n negro lP work though it itbe Itbe Itbe
be p and a nd wormwood to them themSplit tbemSplit themp1ft
Split p1ft Kay Ja1Be Be Result ResultHeslUs RMultHf RanltS Ranltl4esii
HeslUs Hf l4esii RII this mater which has hasthrown hattt
V thrown t h ow II the t hf organization Into turmoil turmoilother tunnoltC1rhfr turmoilVV
VV other matttMs have hav developed which whichIt
It in j p IV dieted will split the I I B K W WasundT Wmound1 WV
V asundT lnpi In iiwlde jh < 1o of six x months Dltfer Dltfericpf DIRrt1P
t1P icpf i es poHtlcHl and of other > r kinds kindshave klndht kindsSV
SV have ht f risen between hft ween the t hf > linemen and andtlic andt
V tlic t hr wlij w workers It It 11 1 prophesied that thntus thatti
us ti H result r UIt of these the > linemen will willViolt 11111nlt vlllVV
VV Violt nlt t Ihe he h organization The Th Socialist Socialistrl SocialistrlIPI
V rl rlIPI nieii i has ha also succeeded In getting gettingSocialist gettingeomtitutlon ttln p plIldalj >
lIldalj Socialist constitution and this has hasnppnpil ha hanppnfd
1 nppnpil a political gulf which Will n be beHtti btdiltlult bcf
f diltlult < Htti > ult to tr bridge In fact It te the thefirm th thflrm thfirm
firm ti hIIf llff among conservative mem members mtmhtr1I inemV ¬
V bers of th t h < organization or < allza Hon that there will willb willbe
b 0 lOll < upheavals tlph aals in the I B E W Wl WIfON W1efflV
l IfON > pfor the expirution of a years year time timeYestiday timeY
V Yestiday Y fIt Id afternoon a the election of ofKand orJntnd ofV ofrnd
Kand rnd ufnVrru m r5 was h held ld and resulted as asfoiiws allnl1lH asV
V foiiws < F J McNulty grand presi presirii
rii rl ni H W Sherman grand secretary secretaryV retaty retatyF
V V J sh S hfhun han tin ii grand treasurer Tb Tntwo Tbt
V V two t wn I Ilr tr were prf reelected rte < tedGIanri tedGIanriIt Qrand QrandVreFulciit GraniMeNulty
VreFulciit It > Fj11 t McNulty M < Nulty was at formerly 0 rf7 sixth sixthr ftxt ftxti
< i Vi ir5iiflt r fi iJ lnt < nt J 1 H Marloneywas Maloney was 111 H HFond itFond aSSVflfJ
Fond for the office offt hu Ifil1t the e fight flghiIt fthtth
V It t weM th I he Chkago hk pd detegattam k p re reiilted relIlted reu1ted
lIlted il l hlK h defrttt defrtttDiscuss t defatVV ut utDiscU
VV Discuss DiscU Negro in lfl Morning MorningVhen XonthcWh411 MorItlzlgV
V Vhen hen the morning session e ion opened openedjsterily openedV
V jsterily 0 ster1 < tnly y the question of what should shouldrlon lhouldt
t > Ion in the south with the negroe negroeho neg1Ofcho
ho arc at filling the places plae 8 of white men menJn menJ menIn
Jn J nth the Hritrical trades t was W brought up upThe uplh uplh
The lh mentioning of tho subject ubJ t was wa like liketoutbins liketuhln likeV
V toutbins a rpnteh ateh to powder In a atmAnem aTnonent amnent
tmAnem the blood of every man who wholiid whoad whoV
V liid ad hud dealings with the black race racevis raceH
vis V H as at the boiling point and hi hithuiKhs hit his hisV
V t thuiKhs 1 llith t w wife v r expressed in language languageinu gP
S inu srn 111 > > if f sh hWH h would not be permitted permittedt
V t tass lalt as thirough t oulb the mails mailsU maDsIkplfntaUY
0 U pospntatlvea from the setttherr setttherrnitons seuthertated utherr utherriI
nitons iI tn < stated tat that south of the Mason Masonluil aaon aaonV
V luil 1 i Dixon line there were not over 600 600uhitc 600hlte 600hite
uhitc hlte u inbere of the I L B E W It Itvts Ite
vts e VS < inlet 1 n td out that nearly all the thewhich tMI
I t which I hit hih h in the t bel1Oltla north are filled by byinion byV byhits
rr V inion 1 J In 1 white hits men are a filled by negroes negroestht negroeI
V I tht t h Muth th who bo have no unions lon8 and andv
t V v S i L ill work for comnaratirely comparat ftlT noth nothinc BOtbiT1 liothV
inc iT1
V j was Wt born and rotated raJse in t1 tip t south southFI wuthtid
FI tid id i one man but I had to toirve e there theret
V t tfl S make a living IIviD < Had i V VV remained remainedtin meo1 meo1t
V tin t flre 111 re I w wuid utd have ba Ve had te go oat ana
Vanroover B C C Sept 23 3Chlef 3ChlefJ 23ChiefTtectie Chief Chieft
t Ttectie red tective hie Ckrberry of Denver Colo ColoJ
3 n 1 tins th evening for Denver with Rue Russ
s VI l Koii l lies > i C traced here and wanted by byh b bh
h n 11111r t n iiver or pollee on the charge of her havv h
V R v 1 z intird IIIIrdn r4red red > d Harold FrWborn aged agedii
V ii 1 I MIT I i of having hvl criminally assaulted assaultedVlor aauIted1V ulted I Iln
Vlor 1V r < > Fridbom aged qedI 1C The crime crimeai TImea <
ai a 1111 < to have been committed on onihf I I1h
ihf 1h 1 n nlnjr nln of o Ot Dec W 1 1101 HOIArcmpunying 1101V I IIIIPunying
I Arcmpunying V VS IIIPunying Ifl3fl Detective Carberry on onhi ont i ittl
hi ti t i h tw hers > iP were wt Florence Fridbom Fridbomx
< 1 x I his alleged victims and Town TownMuRiil Town1aI1IT TownMirsiiT
MuRiil Willis of Sullivan lad who whoh whokHflwfl
I h 1111 F known Holies since his boyhood boyhoodille
f J < ille was arrested at New f Westmln Westmlnf
V f ter tor tt > r R n P S last Friday and detained detaineduntil detaineJ1fI1i1 detalneJintil
until evidence Idene could be sent from f101hnr from5V
5V 3 > nvrr SnvrrThe nvrrThe nrThe
The detective 1f < > tf > th and his hi party arrived arrivedti arrlvehI arrived1r
ti hI > this 1 hi morning morn In and Miss K Fridbom Fridbomsitlvly JIrIdborntdentlntd Frldborn5itirVly
sitlvly identified BoRes Bon as the man
work by It the side of a negro who can canlive eanUve canlive
live e b half what hat a white man wottM wottMstarv wotiWstarve 101 101ta
starve ta am They are scabs who go out outand o outand t tandthe
and andthe fiW1 lIthe the Vpc places that should be yours yoursand yoursand yoursand
and rnjne If f we are to work we must mustgo mustIJO mustgo
go out o aJkTrutt D ru rub V elbows eJ with the black blackgreasy blackereMY blackgrey
greasy nigger niggerPaul DlerI niggerMotns
I I V Paul XCMUIS Held Justifiable Jastifiablst
t i It was the general expression eXte e of ofopinion oCopinion ofV ofopinion
V opinion that it was an insult to the theraising thera1ahac theiaisMg
raising of a white man to be forced to tomake tomake tomake
make room for the negro and that fair fairor fairor fairor
or foul mefcns m ns were justifiable In keep keepI keeptag
I I tag In them from interfering interfed in labor clr clrj cirdes
j cles des Some of the orators grew furious furiouswHen turtOUlSwfteD furiouswflel
wHen descriptions were given ftn oC how howelectricians 1Iowt 1Ioweleotrtelans boweleotrichina
t electricians In some of the northern northerncities Aorthemcltlel5 northerncities
cities as 8 well as a tho tb south had been beencalled beenI bncalled
I called upon to go to work upon a Job Jobi jobwhee
i where here negroes also were employed employedI employedLoud
1 Loud cheers c t r1I greeted one on man as he told toldj toldhow
j i how he and a party of workmen em emI e eploy employett
I ployed ploy In a theatre refused to work workwith workwith 1 1wltb
with a gang Iran of negroes who filled the theplace tMplace theplace
place with such Ait odor that they coul1 coul1i coui1not I Ii
i not taad it tt The men struck and aDdfuRel r rfused i ifused
fused to turn a hand until the negrots negrotswere nepoeIIl nepoeIIlouted nroeswere
were ousted oustedAnother oustedAnother I IAnot1kr
Another delegate related an Incident Incidentin I
in which he went into a restaurant to toeat toAt toeat
eat and a negro sat down at the same samei me
i 1 table The delegate said he proceeded proceededto
to move him by smashing a bottle hi hihis 1fthis Inhis
his Jktce i e A large number of those pros present Ieont proseat ¬
eat expressed the sentiment that such suchmeans euchmeaa suchmeans
means should be employed when ne negroes 1Iearces usgrces ¬
groes attempted to break into the elec electrical electrical cIsctrical ¬
trical trades tradesOnly tradetoOnly tradesV
V Only One Ifayrs TJaitti TJaittiIt UWnIt
It was IUC bronchi out t that that7 oljr on onunion one oneunion 01union
union of negroes roes exists In the south southThat southThat th th1IIat
That is I at Jacksonville Fin The ne negroen DeJrIOtI megenes
genes attempted to get t a charter from fromthe fromt fromthe
the I B E W but were refused ecL They Theythen Theythen I Itben
t then applied to the th Federation of la labor lAbor Labor ¬
bor and secured a charter It was wa the theexpression thetxprftl8lon theexpression
expression of opinion that such an ac action action
i tion was a direct IWng In the face of ofthe ofthf ofthe
the white men who follow folio the electrical electricaltrades efCtl1caItrade electricaltrades
trades and that some action should be betaken beI betaken
taken by the I I B E W to clear clt ar the thenegroes lh lhnesr thenegroes
negroes nesr M out of the trade altogether altogetherSome altogetherSome
I Some of the conservative delegates delegatescalled deJeptecalled delegatescalled
called attention to the fact that if this thiswere thisI thisWere
were done it would array the I B E EW EW EW
I W agaMnst net the federation and that thatsuch thatIIucb ttsuch
such a course would mean the loss of ofthe orthf ofth
the th head of o the I B E W While the thet theidtuatieu
i t situation was admitted to be a dePIora dcpioraI depiorable
I ble one it was pointed out th tlMJJt that t for the thei thegood i iIlfood
Ilfood i good of o the organisation the tbeJlroceed tbeJlroceedI proceedings proceed proceedings
ings on the negro n question opjchf f io 10Iped be bewiped beI
I I wiped Iped from the recwts A njotUw m ttcJ to tothis I
this thl effect finally prevailed prevailedOuTf prevailedrr aUed I
OuTf Q rr Between Btwe t Two TwoWhite factions factionsAVhtte 1
White this matter r reeetvidg isreeeIvIx i < consk conskerattoo eo eopratloD con coneration I
erattoo another anolhetthtor hat of the diirenMess diirenMessI CU CUI
I between btot the linemen and the Yirewtrk Yirewtrkers WI wlrewrkeraIs k I Ier
ers er eraIs Is growing In Importance It was wasstated wasstated I Istatecl
stated by good authority that there therestch is isuch titlIcha
uch lIcha a wide difference dUre between the na natures 11 usture ¬ 1
tures of the < work of the two factions factionsthat tactlODSthat factiousthat
that the followers of each side are pull pulling pulllag ¬
InS for that which looks to their own owninterests ownIntereta owninterests I
interests This is bringing Drln g about a agulf a agulf I Igulf
gulf between the lh two sections and it ithas Itba8 Itisw
has isw been Apparent In the formation of ofthe I Ithe 1the
the constitution Added to this It is isclaimed iclallllt IsV
V claimed d that the socialists oelall ts have played playedan
an important part in the formation of ofithe ofthf ofthe
ithe the constitution Ututlon and it teems strongly stronglywith stronglywith I IWltl1
with socialist ideas This has ha brought broughtabout bJOU broughtabout < bt btabout
about a political division that in con connection connectfon conneetton ¬
nection with the other fracture between betweenthe betweenthe betweenthe
the forces tQl appears to be serious It Itwas Itwu Itwas
was stated without hesitation hurt hurtnight 1aI laatnight
night by one whoknows who Jmo knows the conditions conditionsthat cendUIonathat conditionsthat
I that within six months there would be bea bea bea
a division in the I B E E W and the thelinemen tbeI
I linemen would bolt from the OtbaI organization organiza organization ¬
I tion tioni I II
i tionThe The work of the convention will be bei beI befinished
I i finished today and it is expected thai theait I Irq
1 an adjournment rq e will be taken tonight lat latI I
who W1a 0 murdered her brother and ndtllea then thenassaulted thensoulte4 I
her beside his dead ead
assaulted ulte4 body bodyBofteaa I Ia
fiotles Bofteaa at a first rat refused to go to Denver Denver4eclarin Denvertut DenverdecI4ng
4eclarin that he would fight extradi extradition ¬
tion proceedings but he finally con consented conseated ¬ I
seated to accompany Detective Car Carberry Carbtrry
berry waiving extradition extraditionBottes tXtradltlonn extraditionaellee
Bottes denies den his Ii con connection tton with th thcrfmaa thedndta thetrinlos
crfmaa Bfe edndta admits that he was in inDenver InDee InDeuv
Dee Denver at the time they were ere commit committed comiujted
ted mKsays n he hedJel did not work for Site Sitecdrrjr
cdrrjr ceiT jrardener until a month after afterthe afterthe
the murder and assault la8 He declare declareshe
he has a complete alibi for New Tears Yearseve
eve 1JOJ j 1I9I > and says J1I that the scars on onhis onhis onhis
his flfcgtrs rv which Florence Frtdborrt Frtdborrtsays FriclbCmtr Frtdbornsays5
r says y w wre re caused by her biting him himwere himwere
were really ny the result of cut cuts from sawn sawnin sawsIn W WIn
in a planing mill Belles says he has hasworked baJI hasworked
worked ta Los Angeles AD < and Ontario OntarioWest OntariotIt OntarioWest
I West tIt < Berkeley and Sacramento Cal Caland Cataa4 Calsad
and Portland Ore
linfin La E4rniTir nf i Jr f Mich Sept 23 230101H1 Colonel Ell EllT EliT 11 11r
T T > Sriton SIlt tnn former recent rt flIt of the state stateunlf KlattunIHity stateini
unlf unIHity ini c ity y and prominent in Michiganpnlltk Michigan MichiganiTuMian icblganV
V iTuMian politics Curing iurln < Governor GovernorHdminidtrationx GaVfmorPint
Pint Hdminidtrationx who ban ha re reti reI
ti I Ifrtlf > rii < d i from Mexico tn tr plead guilty uUt lo loHie toV
V Hie 1 h 11trg rK < of if conspiracy to defraud defraudthf
thf f I Iilt t ate i I e by b rae mel tis of the t he notorious notortouflI notoriousiiIlt notorious7rillt
7rillt I illt uy II y Clothing d ctI nl arrived here t tiy tn tn1M tosley <
iy 1M ff fVrn > m Sod SodUI4 us N Y and went to toTho toV
V the 1 h i fruit court v S hcrr after a h hu hrtrk tr trine ¬
k ine 1 pleaded guilty uiIt The Th court < lenir delllrj < lenirinir
V inir j Illl conference nfrfn with It h Sutton ad aditin adillI adVtlrI
itin VtlrI > I I th the > hearing until thin after afternoon ilfUrJ10on tfzeirnnr ¬
noon noonAf rnnrA
Af A r V i I plldlng p lifting the afternoon a i ici osft osftrd
rd f1 vfili vt f 1 Judge Tu g Wlest Wle t Sutton utton cain into intotir intolIr int intV
V tir just before 6 oHock to rrclv rrclvbis ITP ITP1ill a iv ivlis > >
bis s ntence Judf < Wiest ORt gave Ka gavehn him a aPOSFOFFICE aPOS aPOSTOFFICE
V Washington al 11 i n ton Sept Re t J Unitfd l nit 11 States States1istrit Ht STatsAttorny a t01 t01rit
1istrit rit Attorney Attrn y Btach Beachupon Upon the con contetihii conf on onIoil
tetihii Ioil of f th t the h October term of the tb dl dlMpreme dltid die diet
tid t V S Mpreme IPPIl1 j cn olrt rt it iff understood understoodv
c v ill II r V that the th first of 0 the post postffl pOftfJk I ISf114
< fJk ffl as isos IK I sM I for trtnl Oct 26 6 The TheRi ThlIi Thet4
Ri a II VV rpni rC455e111h1Cj einhiol today O4V but art artllin flJIJr HI1In
llin IJr i VV ilbout action It is known
eSfiworfng ortnl and then imposed a fine nneof fineof tIneof
of WOCO oeo whkh Button immediately immediatelypaid Immt Immediatelypaid > dlately dlatelypaid
paid paidIt paidIt paidit
It It understood that Sutton during duringthe lurinJthe luringthe
the time he was wa closeted do with Ith Judge JudgeWiest JudgtWield JudgeWiest >
Wiest Prosecutor McArthur also being beingpresent beingiat beingprescpt
present iat related r < lated everything within hH hHknowledge hl hlknowkdge hisknowledge
knowledge in regard ltard to the alleged at attempt attm attem ¬
tempt tm at It t jury bribing in this county at atthetime attbetlfnt atthe
thetime the ttne of his first rtlt trial Hiu state statement atatrmmbl statenients ¬
ment were taken town by b a court courtstenoffr courtttDotJt84hfr courtaicnnqajher
stenoffr ttDotJt84hfr tfher and it nrt wer sworn to toButtons tlSutton toSuttons
Buttons fine of 18000 000 in I the th amount amountpuid amountJuld amountPIIM
puid by the other men implicated in inthe Inthe inthe
the military supplies 8uP1 Iif1I deal df > a1 When htnSut htnSutton Sut Sutton fiutton ¬
ton left the city tonight tonl < bt he declired decliredthat dehlEdthat deehredthat
that be was now free ee to come and < go as ashe allht ashe
he pleased pJ atled Indicating that ho h Is as asHurd 81tlurpd assurcf
Hurd he h will not be prosecuted rro cutN on the thecharge thetha thecharge
tha charge rar of perjury perjurythat pf perjurythat > rjury rjurythat
that several indictments arc in Ji Jiof oouiw oouiwof roUNlof
of preparation and the grand grafl Jury is isexpected isex isexpected
expected ex ted to report them shortly shortlySTILL 8bortl 8bortlSTILL shortlySTILL
Uwoln Neb Sept pt a ITom Tom Madi Madison lIIaditon aII aIIson ¬
son the t Us man accused of Killing three threewnmea tbrPfme threewomen
women me In Broil 8mtth h county Kansas was wase wasseen u untweJ
seen e n ntweJ near Upland Nob early today todayA
A po I tosse QI in I being tng formed Ben Benton Bentonn Hentonfarm
n farmer farm Hvlnjr Ihln near n al 1plana Iana cutcr cutcraiiKd iliterahittl
aiiKd MadUon l1adl on last night
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Wealthy St Louis Business Man ManShoots ManShoots I IShoots
Shoots Himself at Buffalo But ButIs Buts ButIs
Is s Not Badly Hurt HurtBuffalo HurtBaUalo HurtBuffalo
Buffalo N N T Sept Sept St Iaeed Bed North Northrup Northrup Northrup
rup a wealthy St Louis Lou business 8 man n1nattempted manattempted
attempted to t commit suicide lde yesterday yesterdayby ye terdQ terdQD7
by shooting shooUn < V The tittUet t however howevermerely h0WeV1rmerely r rmerely
merely inflicted a superficial uper 1 wjund in inthe Inthe inthe
the scalp Ip Worry over hipwifes lwIfes wlfelI health healthwhich healthwhich tb tbwhleb
which prevented his rtrfurnin te teLouie teLouIe IL ILLouIs
Louie where W be wba4t bebed had VM Jifcportant buM bostnew buMneon
new enapMement e eaaaaeme l Rt i II ttrMMMN > 4 a the thecause theca theiuse
cause ca e o7Wan or o bittnlPt att Wt V ur3X tcf = TJIs 11ffe ITfe ITfeSt S SV >
V St 5 Louis Mo Mo 9ei 44 rR Ki North Northrup Northrup Northnip
rup whose reported repor atSngpt dIt at suicide suicideat IIUIceat
at Buffalo was unsuuutaifill u la a broth brother ¬
er of Sanford N Nertbr Narfnrttjk who killed killedhimself killedhimself
himself here last tJu June te 31 a fit of de despondency despondeney ¬
spondency a at the resist re of sicknttss sicknttssThe slckniissThe cJw
The Northrups > are cousins cou of the theGoulds theGould theGoulda
Gould GouldsReed GouldReed GouldaV GouldaReed
Reed Norlhrup cam to St Louis Louisseveral Louisseveral
several veral years agp as the president of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the American Refrigerator Transit Transitcompany Transitcompany i
company ae retained this position positionuntil po ltiol ltioluntil
until last spring whew wit wbe the company companywas companywas companywas I
was absorbed by the UteIthou1l Missouri Pacific Pacificrailroad P Palflcrailroad Ifc Ifcrailroad
railroad The absorption a n abolished the thegeneral tbeBenerl thegeneral
general offices of thecompany th COIDpany and the theconnection theCoonectlon theconnection 1
connection of Reed jftortbrop ortbrap and his hisbrother hisb1Otber hisbrother
brother Sanford who wkowas was secretary secretarywith ecretarywltb secretarywith
with the company was severed sev red Since Sincethen Sincetben Sincethen
then Reed N NorthrupVhe Northrup Vhe has not been iden identified Identlfted Identided ¬
tided exclusively ex hely with any an other busi business businesS bustness
ness interests interestsENGINEER In interestsENGINEER terefits
Whatcom Washs Va h Sept 23 23En1neer 23En1neerSimmona 23EngineerSimmons Engineer EngineerSimmons
Simmons in n charge of A freight tr train trainon trainon trainon
on the Northern Pacific was killed killednear JUnednear killednear
near Lawrence Lawr nce this afternoon The Thetrain Thetrain Thetrain
train was going in at a Ii good g od rate of speed speedwhen speedben speedwhen
when ben he saw a small Washout ahead aheadHe abeaderevened aheadRc
erevened He reversed the lever ad Qd told the fire fireman ftremaD fireman ¬
man to jump SJmhupis Sim Slminq DQIIa Jumpedalso Jumpedalsobut J1 nped also alsobut alsobut
but his clothing caught ca h throwing him himunder I
under the wheels of c the tender He Hewas i iwas I
was killed instantlywhile Instantly While the fireman firemanescaped firemanescaped
escaped uninjured The train passed paSMdf passedsafely I
safely f ly over the washout was Mut and stopped stoppedI
on the other side The dead mans man tam famlly tamn
lly n lives in Seattle SeattleLESS SeattleLESS
oa a aLESS
Events of the Ne Net e t t Two Two Days DaysAwaited DaysAwaited DaysAwaited
Awaited Witheat With < Jeat In Interest 10terest Interest ¬
terest at Os Sofia SofiaSofiaBulgaria SofiaSodaBulgartISeptA ofi a asoea
SofiaBulgaria soea SodaBulgartISeptA Burt iSepLAle Bept j A less hope hopeful hoperul hopeZn ¬
ful feeling f lIn < prevails t71n today in govern government government ¬
ment circles < regardtvK p rd the lh e a neral sit situation situation sitnation ¬
uation although no aft a4tuaI ual al change is isreported Isreported isreported
reported The events W the next tw twI twdays twdays >
I days are awaited with great reat anxiety anxietyand anxietyand I
and popular feeling te becoming Ing more morei morefxcted moreexcited
i excited A largely Jarae attended a ded meeting of ofI ofMacedonian I IMa
I Macedonian Ma ldODlan < ftJ1D sympathisers held at atRustchnk atRustehk I
Rustchnk Ru hhak Bulgaria Sept pL 22 adopted adoptedresolutions adoptedreROtutiODA
resolutions appealing apJMI 19 t q the Bulgarian Bulgariangovernment Bulgariangovernmerfl
government 8 ernnwnt to declare decJa war War ar on Turkey Turkeyimmediately Turkeyhrmedtately Turkeyimmediately
immediately immediatelyIn
In revolutionary ciicles war i if ii < bo bfUEnd believed I
lieved to be imminent untes tnl lII s Turkey Turkeystops
stops massacres of tb the Christians rt8fianA of ofwhich ofxhhh I
which thre > are no signs at present presentDr prMentDr presenttr
Dr rhrinto Tatarsrheff president of ifMuctconIan f fiBt
iBt 1 Macedonianorganisation Mae MuctconIan Qonlan organization has in informs Inrormro informed ¬
forms the Associated AlIi Otated Press corre correspondent torrfpondent correrpondent ¬
spondent that the theti instirfent bt committees committeesattach committeesatt
V attach att h no significance lnraJC to the reported reportednegotiations rt reportednegotiations portdnegotiations
negotiations between tween Turkey ad a d Bul Bulgaria Bulgarla ¬
garia because beta V similar negotiations negotiationswere ne < oUaUon oUaUonwr
were wr discussed db cued in 17 and nd el later in 1899 1899and 1899and
and an 1800 The portej added a fd Dr Tatar Tatarson Tatarsehff I
son sehff > hf ff only entered enteredlnto into the conference conferencej
in order to gain tIlDe to finish the ex I
termination t < of what tt itregards retrard as the
dangerous dang < rou element elmnirIltMadonla1 elmnirIltMadonla1wblch te Macedonia Macedoniawhich Macedoniawhich
which leaves leav the troops t1on now IIOW at Monas
tir free to move against api t Bulgaria Bul and andbring andbring i
bring more soldiers from Asia A la While Whilethf Whilethe
thf sultans government g vtrnm nt Is discussing ISdifuMlngi discussingprupsitSons discussingprorsittons
i prupsitSons PIlr non for refoim rrtot m in Macedonia Macedoniathe
the troops continue ontin to massacre cre the theChristians thehst1n theChristians
Christians hst1n and devastate the he country countrySUIT countrySUIT
San Sa n Francisco Sept t 28 2LTbornas Thomas J JDuffys Jrtiffys
Duffys nutT t suit against Jafet I indeherg Ilndf indehergfor > r rfor
for 900000 o which Duffy says l Jiw hn1c hn1cberg indc indcberg
berg bus bit 1 taken out fit r tarialm It clahn cia on Anvil Anvilcreek A Anvilcreek n11 n11rTfEk
creek nfttr Nome IB on 4Dtrtal trial today todayfor be before before ¬
fore for Judge < ntbam haht Duffy alleges the theliiim thelntm
liiim is Ihls his and that IJntlebrrp JI rff has hasbeen hasbffn hasbeen
been working it without authority authorityTestimony authorttT8tlmon authorityTestimony
Testimony was taken to prove the ex exact tx x xaIVt ¬ I Iact
act loiaiion of the cluim Cl im imc
Attorneys for the Prisoners fisonerseld Held by the Colorado Militia MilitiaWithdraw MilitiaWithdraw MilitiaV
V Withdraw From the Case on Account Accountof
of Alleged Intimidation Intimidationr Intimidationf r
JtRIrPLi 1UPPLE CRSBK < Colo c lo Sept SeptGeneral iI iIneral flj
CJWPFLE j General neral Chase produced procI fin InS tb tbdistrict tl tdJuict
S district o ourt rt today the nlotit fot jr mJW mJWtary mtarT IIIIIItary
tary pres prison r8 f tIn or whom writsof wltita DC DCtOt bA bAbusa na naIMM
IMM cvtwmmae tOt issued tied and a strong strongfore strongorea trn trnlor
fore orea < of irbwpf t was 8 55 stsliQHed in taa inabout and andabout
about a the roe home Ttetitr rm rJjtJ rJjtJtorney r1 r1torney M Mtorney
torney General aeralBa8ene Bugene ugsoe Engey E le1wbo11 le1wbo11muted who whoprotested l lstituted
muted the habMs corpus preceedllIIJ preceedllIIJprotefted preceedupretested
protested against t the presenceof preaenceoftbhlty preaenceoftbhltysoldiers th thsoldiers u1rQr u1rQroldlers
soldiers in the court room declaring declaringit de igriflg igriflgit
it to be in violation of the th cpi epasttuthi epasttuthiand stn tttltlqn tttltlqnand tiO tiOand
and as a they tht > y were permitted ta tohe xyttMttn xyttMttnhe ra 3it 3ithe
he withdrew from the t e case Tin Thnouncing an announcing attnouncln ¬
nouncing his withdrawal Mr iff Engiey Engieysaid Bngleysaid ng y ysaid
said When I filed the application applicationtor < n ntor
tor write of habeas babe corpus and Invoked Invokedthe InYO InYOth Invokedthe
the th Jurisdiction of this court for the thehulUlce theIssuance
issuance of the highest writ ef right rightknown r rightknown ht htknown
known to the law I supposed supfM eCI V that tbtthe thatthese
these e proceedings would be heard un under under undcv ¬
der constitutional guarantee but it is isnot isnot Isnot
not so The court maysay ma may Mly sy that it itbut is Isbelt
but the facts remain that the forces of ofintimidation ofJrthnldation ofIntimidation
intimidation are present The consti constitutional consUtutional cunstitutionsi ¬
tutional guarantee that the court shall shallbe shaHbe shallbe
be open and untrammeled has been in invaded Iiivaded ¬
District Attorney Jerome JcromeCannot Cannot Find Words WordsV WordsStrong Strong StrongEnough StrongEnough StrongV
V Enough to Express7 Expess Himself But He Will WillSupport Will WillSupport WillV V
V Support Low for Mayor
t V
Ki JSfW W Y6RK y YEX sept Sep M 9LTiie The Republi Republican ReuW ReuWean Repubifri ¬
N ri can n and Citizens Cltt Union Unf UflIontiuns cbvven cbvventions eouren eourentloo8
tions met tonight t < th the former t Eoraiie rVV rVVthe at atthe 1t 1tthe
the Grand Central Palace PAlace and the tbe1at tbe1atte lat latter Iatte ¬
te ter at Cooper Union and nominated nornJna as asthe asthe
the city ticket the candidates ean candidattesV1d icat dgekUff dgekUffon a aon V1d V1don
on at the conference of the themany antiTam antiTammany ¬
V VSeth
many man forces forcesSeth
Seth Low LO for mayor Edward EdwardGnoUt EdwarG M MGttttt >
GnoUt G t for comptroller compt oller and Charles T TFornes 7Fotnee
Fornes for president of the bosast of ofaldermen ofaldermen f V Valdermen i
aldermen aldermenThe aldermenThe aldermenV V V V 5 VV S
The Republican convention n mt mt 9t efirly efirlyi er1 er1In ril rilIn
In i the afternoon and aid adjourned UHtn UHtnevening UItttIevening V Vevening
evening out of respect to the memory memoryof mem rjr rjrof
of Frederick S Gibbe of ofthe the Repu Bepuk Bepuknational Kepubltoai Kepubltoainational l lnational
national committee co mlttee whoso cb 14lt 14lta lr ir V Va tut tuta
a member of o his h dIstrict dl trfet delegatiOK del gittoa THS THSdraped WfUdraped s sdraped
draped In mourning mourningTh mournS mournSTh V V VThe
Th The platform adopted atlo wbw wh tht Ut Utventlon V Vvention Can Canventlon
ventlon reassembled d declarr ciar d > that theRepubHcantl the theRepublicans tbeRepublicans
Republicans of New York Y rk ttn wutit4ly wutit4lyendorse < UjtIQ41y UjtIQ41yendorse ItJ4HUY ItJ4HUYendonMI
endorse the efficient and bustnssaHkr 1J kr ad administrations admlnl d dministrations
ministrations mlnl tratlons of Mayor Low LowGrout LwVGrout p ma4x lrr lrrGrout
Grout and President t Fornes 1 rn and udCIared V Vdared rfe j
dared that every promise of two years yearsago 7n yearnago
ago had been fulfilled In letter and nd In Inspirit Inspirit inspirit t
spirit The issue of the campaign campa wa wadeclared was s I Id
declared d > to be the continuance of this thishonest his hishonest
honest intelligent and progr0iye ye ad administration admlnlBtration ¬ V Vministration t
ministration The nomination of Mayor MayorLow KaJQrLow MayorLow
Low was voted unanimously the nom
Washington Wa hlngton Sept i8 3The The executive executivecouncil eCUtwecouncil enevuttsrcouncil <
council of the Amerio American n Federatlo Federation 1 o oI oCf oCfLabor I ILabor
I Labor today tode considered oonBldt > red the ease c as nf Wj WiA WjA
A A Miller Jill 11I1 the th foreman of bookbinders bookbJoclewbo bookbloderswhq j jwho
who was dismissed ed from the 6verB Oyern Oyernment yerR I Iment Jm
ment m nt printing office because be au e h he had hadbet hadbeen j
been bet > n expelled t from the local boo boobind boobindcrc bind blnder j jersr
er crc ersr union and who was ubeeqtfvntly IIUbMqttn aulaequtlyreinstated ubeeqtfvntlyreinstated
reinstated n byorder by order of President Roose Rooseveit koollfr Roosevolt
volt r it but took no action in the > matter matterdfferring matterdeferring i ideferring
deferring that until later The TheWas tfastt j II
was a under > r consideration by b the execu CMCaUve esecutive J
tive council for some time but ail II that th thatWas t j jwas iwaM
was made public ubii < concerning it tJ 4s em embraced eNbraed embraed ¬
braed in the following official offtcfJ1st4te offtcfJ1st4tement statemont state j
V S SJames
ment i iJames
James W Dougherty secretary of ofthe ofthe r r rIh
the Ih International Bookbinders union unionaccompanied unionalcompanied unionaccompanied
accompanied by a committee of that thatorganixation tka tIi tIiV
V organization orcanl alJJM appeared red before V tkle ex ex exeocuthe cxecutile i iecutive
ecutive council uncit f fo h the William A Miller VMfiIsrcase Millercase MII r
case ase The matter was wa thoroughly gone goneinto gepointo e I
into documents read and a copy up of the theIdene thecvidene i ievidene
evidene Idene submitted Further FurtheFco Furtl ooeMeiatlOfl ooabhUny j
atfon a tin 11 of f the t hf subject was wa def ti lelied r TeXl etlllDtDI t tintl T > tti j
later iu the t1I present session l n nti V V
> ti
I This is no leaner a constitutional coa constitutionalI
i I court urt It te an armed camp The court courtlias courtbsh
lias been surrounded by soldiery I Itttfws It8 Itfie
tttfws tfie to proceed further Jn this case caseMr cutEng caseV
V Mr Engley Eng and his associate Jphn JphnItotfphy J Jphn3ifiy bn
Itotfphy left the court 001Ir Eao GOCruiq sa saS tagftKlwr tagftKlwran
S Cruiq dt tht t tted
seated ted an n argument at lt ltUJte8 OUS n pftfl ptItWv y leftal leftallines Ieu1 Ieu1fines
lines He said that he wished to torect O OI eDI eDII
I I rect the Impression 1Iit derivedfrom derived ftam LI LItenant Lieu Lieutenant Lieutenant ¬
tenant McClellands remarks rem rks yester yesterday yaterday yest yestday ¬
day that they tfl y claimed that the writ of ofhabeas ofhabeas ofhabeaa
habeas corpus corp is suspended But if he hesaid heaid hesaid
said the respondents re claimed that it itwas Itas Itwas
was as not always necessary to t grant the thewrit theWrft thewrit
writ The question which he argued arguedwas arguedwas arguedwas
was whether the writshall writ shall stand or orfall ortall orfall
fall fallAt
At the conclusion of Attorney AttorneyCrumps AllorBeYCrump AttorneyCrumps
Crumps argument Judge Seeds an announced announced announced ¬
nounced that he would deliver his de decision Rcislo decisIop ¬
cision cislo on the motion to quash the ha habeas habeas hahens ¬
beas corpus V proceedings at 2 oclpck oclpcktomorrow oclpcktomorrow oclpcktomorrow
tomorrow afternoon The prteners es escorted est ¬
t corted cort by the military were taken back backto backto
to the guard house No V affidavits affidavitscharging a affidavitscargtng iclavlt5c
1 charging c aralng any an of them with crimes crimeshave crimeshk crimeshkve
have hk ve yet been filed
InatiOBS 1patio UOMI of the ether raiHIMatsa II II IrAd follow ftnowFraeJ to owII1Jiaaek followIn
II1Jiaaek In
Francis C Huntington presided pr at the thevention thev theeovention
eovention v vention lon of the Cittewts CltItMne1dOL union R RFulton R RFvItoIa BFititos
Fulton Cutting as chairman of the con conference conference ¬
ference committee protested l th the names namesof PIDe8ot namesV
V of the tb three tb candidat candidatDC candldatea seconding secondingapeeches <
ueed1e8 DC fihes were made and an tb the nominations nominationsAtre n notuicadonste lna ons onsffrte
Atre te then n voted after which the con convention convention ¬
vention don adjourned adjournedLa a < V VV
V La 1 e tonight District Attorney Jerome JeromeI Jeromereturned
returned to his quarters in Rutgers Rutgersstreet Rutgersstreet t
street When n told t d that br tb the r fusiontots f fnOQilnated had httdnominated hadnominated
nominated Low Grout and Fornes he hesaid bed beI heiaid
said d V VS
S VI I assume that the platform in its gen genecal senera
ecal era scope and trend will be what it Itwu Itwut was wastn wasip
tn the test campaign campaignthat that Is that UuLtU It Will wiUsubstaatially wtually WillUbOthlaIlyV
substaatially ally be a drawing Jot IoC of the line linebetween lineraetween linebstweeu
between decency and indecency IAd indecencyS 7
S I should uN be discouraged more than thancan tbancaa thanwprda
wprda can express expre by th tM action of the thetn thet lbsto
t to 0 CGilYMttoia tonl tonight < bt did I believe that tlaatt thattIey
tn t tIey y were the sincere and untrammeled unttammeiedtxpractions untrammeled4rXpn untrmmeedexprona
txpractions of the delegates of those con conventions qonnntlou tonYenthns ¬
ventions Upon the intormatKm of meti metigood en enod 1
1 od and true and loyal I have made wy
tight such as it was I have not one oneword oneword
word to retract change amend or soften BOftenUdn softenVSVOTtldfl
Everything Udn < I have said Id to absolutely true trueand trueV rue
V and 114 is known to be so I wiU fight < lat this thisnsht UI
tight if sttch a man as I can be of ten ¬
ice Ic to thebluer the blUfr end and when it i is I tin tinahd n nlahed
lahed I will shake the dust from my feet feetand feetVafld
and until I can find leaders I dera to whom whomtruth Wbellltrutb wheattruth
truth means more than slum and hy hypocrisy hvPGtriey ¬
pocrisy to whom faith Is even ef1 greater greaterthan tr
than victory I will stand as I have stood stoodkione
4Jone kione S
The council awarded a jurisdiction of ofttty ofpatty ofputty
patty ttty glazing to the Brotherhood of offtintera ofPamt ofPainters
Painters and Decorators The Amal Amalgamated Amalmated Amalamatod ¬
mated Glass Workera International Internationalassociation IoterutJorlalocIaUon Internationalaqooehttion
association was denied jurisdiction jurisdictionver jurisdictionover
over ver er plate Jate glass and cathedral catbedralDtakelP glass glassmakeni glassmakers <
makers The dispute between the Ma Machinist Mahfniats
chinist association ap o iaUon < and that of the theAllied thtAllied theAllied >
Allied Metal I Mechanics was compro compromised comproVmIQ4 omprom ¬
mised m by an agreement agr m nt that the t Inter International Internatlona International ¬
national I Association Af O Iatton of Allied Mttal MttalMechanics MHalX MttalMlcbanIes
Mechanics X banlCtl shall call a constitutional constitutionalconvention constitutionalconventlun constitutionalconvention
convention to be attended by a dele delegate delegat dolegate ¬
gate of the International Association Associationof
of Machinists for the th purpose of effect effectIng effectIng effectlag
Ing a working workln agreement between the thetwo thetw thetwo
two tw organizations A charter was de denied detied detiled ¬
tied to the National Die utters a aud audMaker audMakers d dMakers
Makers because < ause various branches al alaady alIcady tl tlteady
teady are under urf er the juittd jurisdiction etMl of 4V 4VIsting ex
Isting lettngJnternaHonal International unions An appli application aJpUcation application ¬
cation for a charter < was denied in th thcase the theae
case rase < of the th < International Union I nldn of Sign SignPtolnter SignPBlntr SignPainters
Painters President P I nt Gompers was au authorised autoT authorized ¬
thorised toT d to call all a convention > for the thfformation th thformatlon theformation
formation of if an international Intfrnat onal union o opa of ofpa ofpa
pa cr c boxmakcra ooxmakCl1o
f <
o <
Vt VtShot
Bandit BaRditShot Shot Through t the e Heart HeartBy H8artBy HartV
V V By Express xpress Messenger MessengerT Messe ge1r ge1rt ge1rENG V
V 4 4ii t
ii ORTLAND ORTLA ND Ore sept 22 3Tb Th At Atlatftk t t1ItUC
P LV LVViandic latftk express on the Oregon Rail Railroad RailJOa Railroad ¬
road ft Navigation line which whi < b left lefthere lefth lefthere
here h at uP p mr at was held up by b four fourn tout1DIIked fourlnaakd
n 1DIIked kd men DI m at t30 tonight near Cor Corbett Corbett
bett t station atatl twentyone eD ty 0 lie miles east of ofthte oftbc ofthis
this tbc cRy cit One of the robbers was shot shotand sbotant shotan4
and VkiJt killed by Kpre8 I Messenger Fred PredKomer FredKonerd FredI1orner
Komer Konerd and EucI ngin ng1neer Deer er Ollie Barrett wa waflwrty wall waaesiMialy
aesiMialy flwrty wounded by the same bullet bullettitf I
After titf shooting 8 the robbers led tiedWithotttmeurfag ledwithout
wltlloutsecunllC without securing any booty I
Two c f the highwaymen boarded the
train at rroutdak a station sta Uon eighteen eighteenmiteg tlgbteenmiles eighteenmiles
miles taut of here anU after the train
had got under way tHey crawled over
the tender and covering the engineer engineerand engineerJaCl engineerand
and fireman with revolvers told them themto tbemto themto
to otop < top el at mile post a l which hlch is near
Corbett station atatiOnCJairllNl stationS atatfcmOkrriad
S Okrriad Dynamite DyaamiteWhn DymiteWJacm V Vwbeti
Whn the train sKwed down two twomoreynen t tw twmoronen WI WImortl
moreynen mortl nen appeared ap aftd Two o of the th rob ¬
ber hers Compelled the engineer enct r to get out outof OlItot outof
of the cab and aC ac accompany ompany them it the theexpress tbeeJrpteB theexpeess
express car while the officers watched watchedthe watchethe atcb atcbtbe
the fireman The men carried several severaldynamite seer31Of
St Of dynamite and wh when n they theyto tbeyto theyto
to the baggage car thiriUag thir lng it itwa Itthe itVWR
wa the express car threw th w a stik U k kthe al althe atthe
the door Kxpress Ex reu Messenger Korwr OnMr
heard the explosion and immediately immediatelyaecured immedtatelY1IeC1J immediatelysecured
secured 1IeC1J Ala rifle and opened fire The Thebullet Thpbullet Thebullet
bullet pierced the heart of one of the therobbers theroODertl therobbere
robbers and went through his body bodyentering bodyenterJbg bodyenterbig
entering the left breast brea t of Engineer EnsIneerBarrett EngineerBarrett
t Barrett who wac W wa Just behind him himBarrett
J Barrett s wound WOU Del let above the heart and andis andlis andIs
lis is not necewarily n Yfatal YfatalRob1Mn fatal fatalAfter fatalV fatalRobbers
Robbers Pled PledAfter PledAfter
After the shooting o UIW the other three threerobbers tkreero threerobbers
robbers ro fled V without securing 1IeCV any anyand
boMjr and nd it Is supposed IFUp d they tI took ta taa t3a t ta
a boat which they the V had moored at the thebank tnebaDk thebank
bank of the river The point where wherethe Wberethe wherethe
the holdup occurred is on the bank bankof bankof bankof
of the ColvMbia Col river and a precipitous precipitousmountain predpftoumountain precipitousmountain
mountain Ton on the th other side lcIe of the thetrack tlaftrack thetrack
track The easiest t route ute of escape is isby Isby isby
by the river and the ofllcers believe believethe believethe believethe
the robbers will either cross to the theWashington theWh theWashIngtoi
Washington Wh shore or come down the theriver therter theriver
river to this city cityThe cityhe cityThe
The he robber ordered Engineer Bar Barrett Barrettto Barret3to ¬
rett rettto to walk in front of him while ap approach apIIOee1l1 approeckig ¬
proach IIOee1l1 a the benge li Mnae car but ut he hejumped bejumped hejttm
jumped jttm behind behl Just before t l the shot shotfrom sbotfrom shoti2
from i2 the express messengers r rifle was wasfired wasBody
Body BoilyLt Left B Bh 3ehim 3ehimThe hi l4 l4Tbe d dThe
The body bod of the dead robber ro was left leftbeside leftbeside I
beside the th track sad that of the thiwounded thewounded >
wounded engineer placed > on board tbd Utt4n tbdtnf thetrib > I
tnf trib w Ick b was nm 18 i VeIl1 VeIl1IA efl a aV
= IA IA4I1en V uie
4n 4I1en 4nbrOht engine D4 and Caboose bo iIIenm f ronvTBe l 1 1ht > altej altejbrought i
brought ht the engineer eri neer to this city cityriving a arivint
riving rI Dt at U a a nu and 41 he was taken takento
to St VlnceneB vtn Vint nt nt1s hospital Sheriff St S Sand Stry Stryand r rand
I and four deputy sheriffs left on a ac1a51 pe pe pedaltrain ¬
daltrain lI81 train Zortbe for the scene eneor ene of the robbery robberyat
at 1345 but they have ha e small hopes of ofcapturing orcaptuflligUte ofcaptuiIflg
I capturing captuflligUte the robbers as the country countryon oountr oountron
V on both sides of the river is J rough and andheavily andhee andheavily
heavily hee vlly Umbered UmberedThe UmberedThe timberedThe
The Oregon O n Railroad ft Navigation Navigationcompany Na Navigationcompany tlon tlontOInlNfty1
company tOInlNfty1 late te tonight offered a reward rewardof
of 1000 for the arrest of the high highwayjpen I Ien IWaJtn
wayjpen en It Is believed that the rob robbers robb ¬
bers b ts are re amateurs from the fact that thatthey tbatth thatthey
they th mistook t the e baggage e ear for the theexpress tbeexpre theexpress
express a car The door of the car was wasbadly wasbadly wasbadly
badly shattered but the trucks were werenot t tnot iflOtV
not injured and it was not detached detachedfrom detachedfrom
from the train trainEngineer tratnEngtneerDaTrett trainThlginee I
Engineer EngtneerDaTrett Barrett is one of the old oldest oldest oldest ¬
est men on Q the road a having vln been in inthe Inthe I
the employ of q fe O R ft N company J
for forV fortwentyfive twentyfive years Express Men Messenger Menaenger ¬ I IMnJer
senger MnJer V Fed Korner is known as one oneof oneof i ic
of c the 1e mt t Determined men in the em empiety Iploy
ploy of the Pacific PacJ c Express company companyst
Denial of the Story That a Slide Oc Oecurr Occ1Irrej OcS Occurre
curr c1Irrej l at t Prank PrankSpokane PraDkSpoKaD FrankSpokai
Spokane Sept 23 SAdvlces Advices to the theChronicle tbeChronicle theChronicle
Chronicle from Nelson N B c Ctate state that thata
a 1eavy eavy rumbling ruMWlnoa a a as of another land landslide landaUtie landslide ¬
slide was heard near Frank Alberta Albertaabout AJbertaR Albertaabout
about R ut 3 oclock oeioekVyesterday yesterday morning 4DOrnl It Itis Itl Itis
is believed that a great slide of rock rockoccurred rockoeeurred ek ekoccurred
occurred on the other side of the moan mountain moUDI ¬
I I tain from Frank That town Is unin uninjured UftinjWed ¬
I jured and the report that it was aban abandoned abandOMed abandosed ¬
dOMed by b the thebibabitants Inhabitants is denied deniedButte dentedButte deniedButte
Butte Sept 28 ZIIJ Ul IJ F Frank of Butte Bctteowner Buttfowner Butteowner
owner of the UteF Frank coal mines at Al Alberta Alberta Alberts ¬
berta said today that the Associated AssociatedPress AS8OClatEdPre AssociatedPress
Press Pre dispatch diepat from Portland last lastnijerht lastDtht lastnight
night concerning1 c another landslide at atFrank atFrank atFrank
Frank is 1 erroneous erron UJ Mr Frank has haspositive haspo haspeottva
positive po dve Information that no slide oc occurred 0cii orciirred ¬
curred cii He is at aLa a loss to understand understandhow undeTStandhow understandhow
how the t report could c have originated originatedSHOOTING orldnatedSHOOTING originatedVV
Shr si Archibald Hunter Sticks VStiC to His HisOpinion HiaOp ElsOpinion
Opinion Op tiouIondoD OpinionVflflfl OpinionDondon
Dondon Vflflfl Sept 22 2IID In an interview interviewtoday interviewtolay Interviewtoday
today on the subject of the demand demandmade demandIrade demandirade
Irade upon him through the admiralty admiraltyby
by Admiral Lambton for an apology as asa aliia asaV
a aV result uJt of his reflections Ifte < tlons on the shoot shooting shootlag bootIDIJ ¬
lag of the British cruiser t r Povrfuln Povrfulnguns Pow PowrfuIsguns rfurR rfurRnos
guns at the siege of Ladysmith Lieu Ueutennt lleute Lieutepnt
tennt te nt General Sir Archibald Hunter Huntercommanding HuntelcCilDnmndtnc Huntercoinnianding
commanding the forces in Scotland Scotlandsaid Scotlandsaid cotlandsaid
said saidThe
The South African war commission commiwFionwas < ommi inn innw
was w s appointed to elicit facts and opin opinions opiniolla ¬
ions 1 9 I am no more infallible > than any anyone iln ilnone anyone
one else but right or wrong in my evi evidence t tdeBcC cvidence ¬
dence before the commission omml iotl I pro pronounced proI1OW1Ced pronounced ¬
nounced the opinion which I believe Ii > v to tobe tobe tobe
be true that the shooting of the naval navalgunsqft naalpn navalguflat
gunsqft pn 1it Ladysmlth was bad 80 far as asI a aI asI
I am concerned the matter rests there thereWYOMING thereWYOMING thereWYOMING
Cheyenne Wyo Sept 23 23Toda 23Today Today a apew apCw aIwa
pew proclamation was a8 issued by Gov Governor Oo OoerDor 0evermor ¬
ernor Chatterton atterton forbidding the entry entryby entryby entryby
by rail or otherwise of all cattle cattlehorses caUlhoTtleS cattlehorses
horses sheep or other livestock live toek with without without without ¬
out clear bill bills of health from the gov government goO goOernment givermuent ¬
ernment l ia jpsjMctors si > eitors tors or 1 inspwiion upon uponentering uponeaterln uponentering
entering eaterln toe tbeltte state by the state voter veterinarian votermactan eterInarian ¬
inarian or deputies Notice oUl niust nuat be begiven begiven begiven
given of intention to enter the state stateXARBT 8fateJUnItM statee stateMABZT
Plttsburg Sept oit pt T iThe The United UnitedState lnltdiUitelS in I ted tedSttes
State Steel corporation corp a tIoII may nia s cK ll lvia > so all allits allIts a I Iits
its sheet 8h t steel plants in the > near future futureunlens futureunlR futureunless
unless thev thevAmalgamated the V Amalgamated assocIation asjKKlatlonwill
will consent ronse t t tu > a recommendation un under undtr under ¬
der the same a plan a ii4 < was Wa agreed a rd upon uponlast uponbun
last fall atltke The tie f cenaeIi wwtl fn 01 this thJ attitude attitudeS
is f an fl ovr OtfttttbCked lgt tbck < ltM f Warkft lIrk t and th tho dull duHncbe dullilC iluiiflCbt
ncbe ilC ol trade at this thi lime of yea
V 4 t V
Gruesome fue5oRl w Find of a Chietfo ChietfoNewspaper CnicarDftewlper ChictgoV
V Newspaper Carrier CarrierEACH CarMeI CarMeEACH V VEACH
4 4SORE +
+ 4 4C
me AGO Sept 23 23Enrty 3Ea Early this thismorning thJ thJmorning thtmorning
CHICAGO C morning the dead dC hl bodies of Hal Harriet Halrlet Hatriot ¬
riot Weber tber and Tnoeeiiti Icof > uti Talamini Talaminia
a marble cutter were we found on Lea Lexington LtxInton Lealayton ¬
layton avenue just south Bt > uth of Fifty Fiftyfourth Firt Firtfou1th Fiftyfourth I
fourth street Both had ben t < en s aot aottwice > ot ottwice ottI I
twice tI e and while there are an Indications Indicationsthat Indlcatlon8tbat Indicationsthat I
that the man shot the woman and then thenkilled thEnklUed thenkilled
killed himself bim lf there are other features featuresto f aturp aturpto I
to the case that make it somewhat somewhatmysterious somewhatmysterious somewhatmysterious
mysterious Arthur M Laurie with withwhom withwhom withwhom
whom the dead woman oma n had made her herhome bt herhome > l lt1om
home will be hold by the police until untilafter untilatt untilafter
after att 1 the inquest There Thf1 > is i no evident evidentconnecting eld evidentconnecting n nonftecttng
connecting < him with the th shooting shoot tnI bur burhe burhe buthe
he is detained as a a witness w tn8s The shot shotthat shotsthat hoto hotoUaat I
that killed the man onJ nd woman were wereheard wenheard me mebeard
heard by resident of the neighbor neighborhood DeishborJtoOd neighborhood ¬
hood about 1 oclock lOk last night No Nomovement Somovement Nomovement
movement was made to Investigate th thshooting thotOOotmS thshooting <
shooting however oowt > vpr and nothing was wasknown Wasknown a
known of the tragedy tra < Edy until ntll this thi morn morning mornIng mornlug ¬ I
ing when the th bodies were discovered discoveredby I Iby Iby
by a newspaper carrier iarrirtWomans arriLWomans j jWomans
Womans Body Bod Identified IdentifiedThe IdentifiedThe I
The body of the woman was identified identifiedin
in a short time us u that of Mrs Lau Laurie Laurie Laune ¬
rie hut when Laurie was brought to tothe t tthe tothe
the police station he said 141 it was not nothis nothIs nothis
his wife and that be did id not know kuo the thvman th thman theman >
man whose body was s found with hei heiTonight helTonlgbt bets betsTonight
Tonight in going lnC through thruJhthe the effects effectsof
of Miss MI ft Weber eber an envelope wa was U found foundaddressed fundaddret1 foundaddressed
addret1 addressed d evidently eldentl in the handwriting handwritingof bandwr1t handwritinor n no
of o or a man to Inocenti Talamlni Tn Tnseeking TnIJekllfte InseekIng
seeking Talamini to nm And what bat he might mightknov mightof mightkni
knov of the woman or the shooting shootingthe shootintthe shootingthe
the officers o identified the dead man as asTalamlni aTa1aalnf asTalamini
Talamlni himself No cause is known knownwhy knownwby knownwhy
why Talamini should have shot the wo woman woman 0 0maD ¬
man but she had told several verat of her herfriends hertrkm herfriends
friends the day before of a Jew who whobad whohad whobad
bad been n following fkJ her V and of whom whomshe whomIII whomshe
she was w afraid Talamini has a acountenanee llebria llebriacountenance Bebelarcountenance
countenance and it Is the general the theory theory theor ¬
ory or that he shot her because she re refined refaeed refused ¬
fined to marry him hhnThird himThird
Third Party Theory I
The woman when found had been beenshot beenshot fn fns1Mt
shot twice twl through the left arm and andthrough andtllmv andthrough
through < h the breast Talaxnhii was shot shottVtce shotti1ce I
tVtce once through the neck fte k and once oncupward nn nnupward onceupward
upward through the chin the bullet bulletcimlng bulletocming I Ietmlns
cimlng out at the top of his head In Inthe 1 n I I Ithe
the mans hand was a revolver with withfour Withfour withfour
four chambers discharged accounting accountingfor aflountinfor I Ifor
for the four shots fired The Th people peopleliving peopleliving peopleliving
living in the neighborhood where the thetragedy I Itragedy
tragedy occurred declare de lare < that mor morthan morthan morethan > > I
than four Knots were fired and one bul bullet bullet hut1et ¬
let crashed cra bfd through the th window of Mrs MrsS Mrlleaswen
S Caawell at 410 Lexington J xln < tm avenue avenueThese a avenueThese venueTbelle
These facts have > led the th police < e to be believe btlIee behove ¬
hove that there may have be been fn n a thin thinparty thirlpalty thirpasty
party to the shooting < although there is isso i isso I
so 0 far no direct di t proof that such was wasthe s p pth
the t th 1Aad frc The Weber woman was a a art3 aIv I
rt3 g fvF Iv bfc t Sfetrott hajptug < H Qe > C her hrtram hersfrom
tram rom that Ntatcl ciy several ralyear8 ralyear8P years V ago agoPEACE agoV j
SCiaars in This District DWrletht 3f Wet t Jaedaua Jaedauato
S to Strike StrikeDenver StribDeaver
Denver Cole Sept M 2ZA A special specialfrom specialfrom specialfrom 1
from Pueblo Pueb CeJo says sa the annual annualconvention anflualconvention
convention of district No 16 1 15 United UnitedMine UnitedKine UnitedMine I
Mine Worker of America which in includes Includes ineludes ¬
cludes Colorado Wyoming Utah and andNew andNew
New Mexico K Jco opened here this th morn morning mornIng mornIng ¬ I
ing A number of the delegates had hadnot hadnot j
not arrived and little work was done doneNational dontoNational doneNational
National Organizer Con Keiliher is ispresent I ispresent I IPTeMllt I
present to represent President Prel debt John JohnMitchell j i
Mitchell who is unable to attend The Tbeminers Tb
mhlertlare miners are asking a higher wage scale scalean scalean scalean I
an eighthour day no discrimination discriminationagainst d discriminationagainst ICrimlnationaplDat 1
against members of the United Mine MineWorkers MineWorkers
Workers a biweekly payday and re reforms re reforms ¬
forms in the system of weighing < This Thisconvention Thisconvention
convention is to take action on a prop proposition proposition ¬
osition o to order a general strike to en enforce n nfORe i iforce
force the demands The sentiment of oftbe ortIiIe ofthe
the delegates cltie tes seems to be in favor of o oa ofa j ja
a peaceful settlement It possible poeelbleOil possibleOIL i iOIL
Pour our Houses Nearby Sttraed JanedLou JanedLouJot Loss LossZanesville
V Jot HeaY7 HeaY7knesvlUe EeavyZanesville
Zanesville 0 Sept23 Sept DIn In a freight freightwreck frelgbtwreck freightwreck
wreck at Norwich on the t le Baltimore BaltimoreOhio BaltimoreOhio
Ohio fifteen miles east of here this thisafternoon tbisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon two oil tank ears collided collidedand coUldedand collidedand
and exploded There was a terrific re report report ¬
port and a sheet of flame rose 100 feet feetInto f feetinto t
Into the air and spread on all sides sidesFour
Four houses at the side of the track trackcaught trackcaught
caught nre Are and were consumed in A Afew afew afew
few minutes The occupants oecu nts had nar narrow narrow narrow ¬
row escapes e and lost everything everythingAll
V All trains were detoured det < ured over on > r the thePanhandle thePanbaDdle thePanhandle
Panhandle around the wreck ck Wreck Wreckers Wreckera ¬
era cannot work workon < on the burning cars carsanil carssail 1 1an1
sail must t wait for the fire to burn it itself itself ¬
self out outAt outAt S
At a late hour tonight tonl < bt a column mn of offlame otname offlame
flame fifty aftyfeet feet high was shooting up upward epward P ¬
ward from the manhole nh of one of the thewrecked thewrecked
wrecked oil can The loss Is not very
Knights of Columbus Commemorate OoamemorateSecond CommemorateSecond CommemorateSecond
Second Birthday of Order OrderThe OrderTht OrderThe
The > Knights KI1 ght i > f Columbus council 6 < W21 W21celebrated J1 J1dbrat i2ielehrat1
celebrated dbrat the th s tNnnl ee > n Hmiiversary anlll r of if th tlvinstitution thinstitution
institution of th thl t hi council I st t night l1i ht in a aver aery aenjoyalile
ver ery > enjoyaWo manner mannerQup iflantierQoestitnis > r rQIJIttioll
Qup QIJIttioll tions of f vital interest inlf t to ttv I h roun rounifl rouncli
ifl nr wpr r discusse dislu t < l at length 1111 h by snmc I 111 110 of ofh ofI < f fh
I h > must promiiint 1IomllllI or minit t mfmicrs mn1 wr nf f tlic t 11 or order 0 0hr orhr ¬
hr Among Amon those wn who wI > ji atil ltlivssf d < l tlu tluBathvriiift th thtathrinlt thgathering
Bathvriiift wore Hr J K vosjjrlff < arIf1 rifr John J JHnrvy JHaT JNars
Hnrvy HaT H V Meloy MI and In i J C lI0101itth lI0101itthA 11 < ijttU ijttUA littliSt
A Htirarv litra rv and musical Intrtainmi1t Intrtainmi1twill entertI < > nt > rtiinnieMt rtiinnieMtwill in meat meataill
will bi I r rtnl d > r < l in the nvar futnn and antlHiioth an ananothr andsnot
Hiioth anothr snot hr T larK lar Ia r < 1 s 4 will wI Il n QtJn < x n h > Ih Iht aiiy
to t tak take th fcr < egrs iri > > s ThOM > ii in > oliar hal iiarrA > at atthe t ttho tthp
the aftiir last li < t night ni ht were N So J J 1 M fdwr fdwrJ Mi < sh rhir rhirJ r rJ
J B IV Cosgrilf anrl 1L 1 ij K Ktolzcnhcrgcr KtolzcnhcrgcrCONTBACT tnlznhfrr tnlznhfrrCONTRACT tolzenbcigerq tolzenbcigerCONTRACT
cSj iSjecial < Sj > > fcial to The Jloraid JloraidWj JllraidVlhil1gton JieraidVsVshiugton
Wj Vlhil1gton > hington Sept ept 22 tTh The contract contracthut 11 iI rat radha rathas
hut ha been avyrded aJrd a v arded > d U > the Kussrll JIII < fJJ Sou Souder Soudr Sondir
dir Construction company of Cll I rado VjralIpring Jradnprinl radoSpringy
Springy prinl I Vlo io for tTLt jritiig lJg at U t Fort k frt D DA DA
A 5 Uussejl 1usaei us el Wyo o two double barrack barrackfor barrHkfor barrackefor
for four companies 11panj of Infantry Inf lntr un se seof seof e eof
of field officers quarters Qua rtt > rs four sets set Co Coeaptains c ccaptains < v vcaptains
captains quarter uarle six sets of lieaen lieaenants lieuenants ieul > n nantH
ants quarters IUaltf > rs and a commissary store storehouse ste stehousf stithouse ¬
house all t tt be of bricx hr lc The th i pl plftxtt1 prifixed > nf nfflxetl
fixed in I n the award t va tIl is 3 109000 hill hichrepariied i iregarcpd tregard
repariied regard Iii by ihi Ih t he doparTment dPa JHllnwnt i 0011 t as I s vrry vrryrcasunai t tllJhltIH
rcasunai reIaoil1 llJhltIH liii > li V tx to DV l the I 1i estinmto in inHOPE illUct it itfct
Philadelphia Sept 8 < It s 1Jlhn John S Free Freeman Frfman Ireeman ¬
man counsel lUn eunse for th the > ifinsoidatixl lnnsn td laki lakiSujwrior Iakl8upjnr IakiSiipri
Sujwrior Siipri ro inmpiny lImpan mpn IVV said I Mt a Ill toiitv toiitvThere V Vlhr
There lhr i is n 1 ni noI1l1t fl ivoni flietit < iit on Tot in 11 xhh hi n nr IlV
r V mnioitv 111 flirti Vtt jl of I I tll Vk > T M iii V I u ulievc L LJi VS VSlieye
lievc Ji t unite to wave Hn thC property and I Ithink Ithink Ithink
think It i proposition K lnklrtg klng > Jo the th rer rerKaniKHtion rerganlzatinii prnnbHtjJ1
KaniKHtion of tho th c omJany < > mi any i Is under w wi W Wand wartil
i and will iIl bt aisnrtl j rfd to by b the stoikh 3lwkl1III 3lwkl1IIIerl tokhaldII > ld lderf
erf erfIt II v Vort s iramed iar I Ilav that the tit plan pr prvidcs prH prHid
vidcs id IdtV for I a tew n < iniiuiv nnI nn ruplt lapltalJztJ ljzid ljzidi r t tr11 Ifrtm
i from r11 Sojix S sy ort tu Ji I 1 1 i00 ItlC 4t
Prince AieriN AieriNMARK AIertMARK c
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fEW EW YORK YqRK Sept 23 23Prbee Frtnce Ate Atethe Ahntht Alethe >
NEW N the p eiing ing hero of a hunffrr hunffrrraces bUtf11d bUtf11draCtS bunr bunrraces
races and the chatrpion chau ehairpionscore plon < Iscore J Jscore
score of hafmile tracks nrent as asthe a athe
the worlds pacing record I COrd of f iv ivby 1 I Iby
by Dan Patch and beat it itcisively r < t tcisively
cisively call1Vf ly at the Empire City Cit track t tdJ tdJIt toJIt J JIt
It was a8 the th first day of th the < > autun autunmeeting iuti iutimeeting
meeting of the Empire City Cit rotir rotirHub nHrdub n ntUb
Hub tUb and in addition to a string stringof Il raa raaof >
of four races Prince Prln e Alert was wasior n i ibr I Iior
ior what looked like the jinion jinionfeat 11111011Ifat tlnjsfeat
feat of beating beaUn the th record r ord But at ir irAlert J JAlert 1 1Alert
Alert had recently receatl von the th naif naiftrack n naiftrack ilf ilftraCk
track i hamptonehip in SiOS1 03 031 v1 v1had S Shad
had been won only tiv th week eek hofo hofoDan hf hfDan h hDan >
Dan Patch in 2HM 04 ad good goodwere ju juwere jli jliWEre
were sanguine sanguineConditions sanguineConditions anUlneConditloas
Conditions Favorable FavorableThe S
The weather atber and th the < track t were r rfeet pr V S Sfect V
feet r ct and the wind which h ich was wasearly wallNlrly wasearl
early earl in the day da kindl > subsided subsidedthat Iubsl subaldellI d dthat
that I the > condition re favorOi favorOiMart favm favmIart favortMart
Mart Demarest Df marest the trainer t ri lWr and 8 1111 sI IT ITof VS T Tf V Vof
of f the Prince on account a ijnt oT o o oweight nweight V Vweight V
weight decided to pet R t John Cur Curdrive < ui uidrive UIVI UIVIdrive >
drive and Demurest I < trove > th N Noughbred 1 1oughbred V Voughbred
oughbred ppeedrmiker Jilpef > dmtktr in front with h hwind t twind twind
wind shield sulky Al t the thlni tir tirthe t Ithe j jthe
the starter gave ga h ho word and an pat patlike Ill Illlike i ilike
like a perfect piece of ni mahin mahinPrince aia Shill ShillPrince > hiu hiuPrince
Prince Alert shot away to the th 1111 s11 < I Ihole I IIIOe
lK hole > le in 29 291 As he got into the tt i i istretch V Vstretch k kBtretcli
stretch he Increased bis speed a 1 vi viat IViS IViSat I Iat
at the half in 58 3 seconds Th T Thi 1 yi th thcrowd t 11 11crowd 11 11crowd
crowd realized that Jt t was witn witning wltning witnlug
ing the th fast fa t mile > of the century centur tt ttcheers < nl nlcbeeMl I Icheers
cheers and shouts of if i ifrom on onfrom nitfrom
from the grand stand standout standout standout
out a break or r trfino trfinothe trfoltlOtbt treIrlothe
the > three threequartI threequartIwithout threeQuarterwithout uart r x xwithout
without anw a urgi UR i iperh i ipern IT ITperh
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+ Minne Ai lis Minn Sept SeptAll St pl plAU V VAll
+ All the Minneapolis itneapolis flouring tiouringwere n nfwere I Iwere
+ fwere were clostd do d 1 indefinitely indefinlte1 last ris risf > V Vatmldni 00
+ f at atmldni midnight mldni t t At Atthathou Atthathoumen that hour u ufmen 1 1men
+ fmen men qui work except a few tf tfremained f t tremained vh vhf
+ f remained a 1 few fe minutes m ntAnntesthe to 0 1ll 1llthe l lf <
+ f the rolls toVrtut to torun IVD clean b There > wa wat W v vno < >
+ no t violence or r taraer der of any sor sorj s sMost
+ Most of tbfc jajfls Ils have notl notlposted not notposted nrtipouted
I + posted to UM tilt = ttfect that the t tf ti < 0 0I
+ 4 f of all the men aao Who ho quit w v < > rk i v vj 1 1he 4 4be
j + 4 be ready read for them tomorrow morn mornf 4
1 + 4 f ing and that all the men who s do io j S 4 4not
I + not report for duty can an onsi1 on oTlidthemselves ip > v vif
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