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SALT LO CITY UTAH SUNDAY SBPTEMBB SEPTE IBBR 27 1903 28 PAGE8 Lead 1350 New Toik Yo 4 4h
COMPANY COMPANYPAID COMPANYPAIDTHEEXPENSES PAID PAIDTHE PAIDTHE
THE THEEXPENSES THEEXPENSESDetails EXPENSES EXPENSESDetails
Details of Inspector Erwirrs Erwin Trip Tripto
1 4 to Washfngtan WashfngtanCONTRACTS Wa WashngtanCONtRACTS bnltGn bnltGnCONTRACTS
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C i AN FRANCISCO Sept 2 SThS The Thej heheartRcof
SAN 3 j hearing heartRcof of Portal tal Inspector Jaice JaiceW JaJIftW
W Srwia rw1 indicted for compirtnf compirtnfvith CODIL1U CODIL1Uwith
with Beaver and Machfn to defraud defraudthe detrau4the defraudthe
the goretnneat was continued today todaybefore todalbtrore todaybefore
before United State Commissioner CommissionerHeaeock CommbleloDerH CommIaaOleteaeock
Heaeock HeaeockWhen H ea eaeock eaeockWhen QCk QCkWhen <
When the cue wa w waa called United Ualtecttates UnitedS Unitedtatee
S States tates Attorney Woodworth In his talarnIiRexalDiDation bInrnsiiexamjpon
< rosRexamination went over much of ofthe oft Ofth
the t th hf trip made by Erwin and Superin Superintend 8uperlnHndent 8uperIiZfldflt ¬
Hndent tend < nt Richardson to Washington WbID OD At Atihife Athits
i hits hi time Erwin admitted that al hi hiipenses hixt hiXitflSC
ipenses xt XitflSC > n s were paid by the Postal De Df Dfvi D
vi 1 e c Improvement company but Je J 1etid
n 11 tid i d that he secured any return wbat wbattvM wbatfor whatV
tvM V r for or his bl services rvl rvtcen The TtletneJeCto TtletneJeCtoIa inspector inspectorfiid Innpectoid
Ia fiid Id that he spent several days da in inWashington inVHhlngtoo iflWihIngton
Washington Introducing Richardson to toMiichin tlfufhln tiMfll1fl
Miichin and Beavers with the idea of oftho > i it iI
tho t h postal t9I device fce In view He admit admitif admtttHI
tHI 1 if l that t ha t he thoroughly Uaorouhl endorsed the thejllnntlon thej
jnvtntion j lIvk ntiun and supposed ed that he hail hailtoji batlloJd hat1Id
toji Machen Machen said Id he was wasI in 0 0ra
voably I ra ab1y bly impressed by the Invention nn nnt nntlIlIld l
vouH lIlIld order it installed to the free freedelivery f ftldiery free1tivery
delivery system systemSigned qemstFl nyntemEljmd
Signed by Alien AlienAVhen AU AUWhen Alleni
i When asked If he knew hat t Machen Machenvjuid Machellwu MOChOUp
p vjuid wu julil d be instrumental in securing ee0T1U the Uaeontralt theofltratt
ontract for the company ISrwtn ISrwtnstated wla rwtutatd wlaHotM
stated that kc did not understand th throeinraent 1M 1MJOf1 theopl
JOf1 roeinraent opl nmeat procedure 1lre in matters of ofi
i hi h 111 kind Later however he said that thatI
the I hp h contract for 400 a devices came camehau cameJ
> hau h ut three tb weeks eeu after he left Wash Washington Wanh1tfl ¬
ington 1111 ton and that the order was signed signed1V Iped1y
1V ieorge M Allen acting actin assistant assistantpostmaster ustant1nstl1lpste1 assistantstflThntnr
postmaster stflThntnr sencral sencralHave seneralJ eneraIIHV
Have J IHV Ii you been en told that Mr Mach Mschm
m md Mr Beavers Bea held shares in the thecompunyT tileornptny thei
compunyT i ornptny Erwin was asked ked He re rejlifd reJ Fejhfd
jlifd jlifdI J 01 ifll ifllJ
I was told by b Richardson several severalmonths everal1HInth severalmintha
months ago that 10 1 lOSS shares of stock stockIn tockin
In fl the th Postal Po tal Device YIce Improvement Improvementompany Jmprevementnmpan ImprovementtIfl1pIny
ompany had h 4 been issued ued to a man manKimod maanwd mOOHarry
Kimod nwd Harry Sieger but that It was wasintruded wallinlrndf was1rfldeI
intruded > 1 for W A Machen Xac and that thatoo thatflno
flno oo sharps had been issued l ue4 in the tWenime thefln
nime fln of MrDonough eDonob but intended for forurge forf
f urge W Beaver BeaverEad BeavenBad Beaversa
Bad a Hi IiI In Suspicions Suspicionsr SwIpie tteoiis oM oMr
r was not aware a are of the fact until untilt UI tU tUt
1 t tkl lil ry him although I had suspected suspectedMveral suspectedvrtI pcted pctedprAf
Mveral prAf years ago that they were both bothinterested bothill bothittgrejit
interested ill ittgrejit I PTE > lItPd d In th Uw company companyTh pany panyTh
Th district attorney asked a ked 4f Krwlr KrwlrVncu ErwhK 1irwIhflV
Vncu K nlw of any other officials In any anyother any4l1wr nsf nsfvthr
other way being b subsidised An objec objeclion
lion 1 1 inn on to t this tit ffoemion was waIIlJWltalned waIIlJWltalnedfI sustained sustainedTh untaInedn
Th fI witness wHn said he did d pot ot know that thatepting thetting I IfntlnJr
epting ting share reI in sue such a company companyv I
v is H violation I of the law tawTv law1tal lawTta1
Tv 1tal > tal Insnector 1nllMct r Robert Mnoro uuro tea teaiifiel teof te teI
iifiel of itiP Ii that bO M > Imvw JrfnI flPW of the Uwcouuta couaU In Intlv ID1h lit1h
tlv 1h fr1 Ir1Irtrtrtnt rtnWnf crnly tJJl l7 at second hand handn 1Ia 1IaR heedIL
n H Espey secretary of the Postal PostalI
I ke 4b Improvement company tee tesiin teetilil toilI
iin tilil I tiitl > < l that fcrwin was notand not and never neverliad never1a4 r rJ
liad J 1 been n a director or officer of either eithercompany eithermllany eithermpany
company companyAccording mllany mllanyAording mpanyA4eording
According to Espey 7100 100 boxes box have havel bav bav1wn havebn
l 1wn > fn sold U > the zovernment vemment for 4 4J 4 4T
J 42 and M50 450 pIKe while the C IITIIII comPH
T TIIII PH ny ha has sold 1000 to the New Zen Zealand Z4Mland Zenland
land government vernment for or orat H HOot ItGent
Gent of Device DeviceWhat DeTiOLWhat DeviceS
S What Is the cost at the factory of ofth 0t ofUi
th t 11 devlceT devlceTTwo dtI IeICO IeICOTwo er erTwo <
Two dollar and seventrnve cents centsAdding centsiu1ing enthUng
Adding hUng expenses ftIIe8t1ie the cost eo t I 18 JJI kW Mr MrTt KrT
T Tt T Tirhardilon i < hardson h rdson as preaMnt nt IWt Ot 175 7b a amonth a1l1onth ainth
month A As secretary I was paid Sf Sfmonth I a aJllollth aJillth
month monthHe JllollthHI JillthH
He H said l1id that Richardson Rte n did hold holdHiooo
Hiooo 1 11100 1 IOO shares of stock but that he now nowf
Y f holds lt 1s only 7900 1 as be has sold the theKiiivice tlModwp theRichardsons
Kiiivice Richardsons profits in divl dlvidf11ql i
df11ql n n His < ls he said had been W306 11 1 while whilehas wbUeJ
J L has ha received 12300 in salary salaryTh salalrh salaryaitrIct
Th district lltri t attorney objected to the theintroduUon theTntruductiOfl
Introduction of evidence about Rich Richi Rich1on
i 1 lon oon but the commissioner admitted admitteriL I Ij
ii j iL t The case CII went ent over until Monday gcndayo McndyATTEMPT
o is isATTEMPT
ATTEMPT AT KIDNAPING KIDNAPINGOther
Other Children Scramd kr and roiled roiledthe Foiledthe ofled ofledthe
the JCIscreant JCIscreantIlncoln xJ creantLincoln MiscrenntIlnculn
Lincoln Neb Sept 26 GIt It developed developedtday developedtoday developedti
today ti iIay that an attenipt attent was w made lat latnittht 1a8tlIi lastnight
night lIi ht to kidnap the 8yearold girl rI of ofGovernor ofbvrnor I Irnor
Governor bvrnor > rnor Mickey While four of the thego 1 1trnor
KO ernors trnor children hlld n were playing In Inir I Ifl
front fl nt of the mansion an unknown man siani
Mine 1 i m Inn along alon and tried to carry the oM oMKV aYI 0Mgirl I
I < = KV girl Irl away The other children dm dmhis d dI clsflj clsfljhiM
I his hl clothes c1otb and screamed The man manf menp
f > a is so 1 0 badly frightened when he saw w I I1ihhcrs
r 1ihhcrs i ighbrs hbcrs coming that he dropped the thehlt I
< hild nd dran dranf d ran ranovernor ranE
E f overnor of > rnor Mickey says s r that the war wari warof j
i i of the penitentiary Mr Beemer Beemeri
1 iorted rtel > l to bbs twice tw that a kidnaping kidnapingsiitrmpt kidnaplnla
siitrmpt a ittr mpt had been propnesioJt oy b the the1inlcts theiiivict
1inlcts < IIilt One convict said Id wme ttJ flmfc flmfcio thnl1f1 tlmothat I
1f1 < io that such 8u < b a plan had been bee formed formedn r1l1 d
n i < a way WA of getting revenge UPOT be beKovcrnor be111or 5 5vror
Kovcrnor vror 111or for hi h his refusal to ftterfi ftterfiv tt f I Ihtll
v hen William VJllla Rhea wa w banged baDfd lyut lyutsummer st stuinrner t tlummt
summer > r for murder A convict who whoha4 ho hohirl
h hirl d been In the plot soya ay ya a convict convictson CODvI t tn
son 5 n to be rei released had been amlgned amlgnedt et I
t kidnap one of the children to teach teachthe teachthe teaCbthe
the governor a lesson lesonRUSSELL IenoDe IenoDRUSSEll lessonRUSSELL
e
RUSSELL SAGE WILL WILLLOSE WillLOSE WILLLOSE
LOSE TITLE TO LAND LANDAppleton lANDA
9 Appleton A Minn Sept 2 kJudge kJudgelJuale Judge JudgeWuayle +
4 Wuayle has announced that he will will1tide + f I
+ 4 01 ifcjde ddl In faor of the settlers In InI inthrlr + ftheir
+ their I litigation with Ith Russell Sage agff11 SageIla + 4His
+ His f11 decision will confirm thetitle thetitlef Ute tlt tltf +
+ f homestead settlers ttler to about aboutt +
+ t Poo oo acres of the choicest land In Inf Inhrf inhrii +
+ f hre < ounttes ntftoa and hold hot that thatI + f ff
+ f Kiifwell I n ss l Sage 1r as trustee I of the old oldf oldItin + +
4 f Listings Itin it Dakota Railway nallwa com comf fan cornany + j
+ f any an has no claim whatever whate whateverhreto er erI + 4hereto
+ I hereto The litigation Involves the thetjtl 4i 1
+ fit tjtl itc I to fully 1 1690000 worth orth of ofIlrnprty ofIrrporty +
+ iroperty representing the homes boInftI homefortunes +
+ I md fortunes fortan of IS lGe farmers farmentTRUSSES + 4TRUSSES
+ + + 1 + + + t + + + + + i + + 1 + + t tTRUSSESGAVE
TRUSSES TRUSSESGAVE GAVE WAY WAYCollapse WAYCollapse WAYCollapse
Collapse of a Steel Building With Fa Fatal Patal Pstal ¬
tal Remits Remitshicag ultshkag ZenultshIca
< hicag hIca Kept i vpt lt HA A man name I IPtro II IIJ 1Ptrt >
Ptro J > tro < WSP HI killed and several elf > ral other ot 1 r Ptr pvrpon Ptrnn ptrF4nq
F4nq pon nn injured at a building under eon eonFI rnnI on onJOlrufUIIII
FI ruction I for the I he > Western stlin Klectrio Klectriocompany IttrkComlany
company it Hawthorn l a suburb The Themen Tb TblfJl TheUWJ
men lfJl were Wl engaged in ylncing steel stc1haml steelharns steelhams
= hams in the Ih roof of the structure structurevhen strueturewhen truturewhEn
whEn the trusses tMnMenly Rav af way wayHinl Wa WaIi
Hinl Ii 1111 the th south half the t h building 1ulldln f rpli rpliTh fr11 fr11Tt > ll llThe
The Th men mf > 1I vcrt > hurled t > < n ni ith I h Hi h ini iniof maof rt rtol <
of step tf f1 > i md ver released with tho thopreitej thA1oIt thngrle
preitej 1oIt dlnkult ilfHcnlJy There were wt > rt at lease leaseme Iflu IflutI lcael
tI < > me 01 lnphI v ri ri < l on the hulidinx when whenthe whenHII whentiip
the cr T r Is I 1 Munj 1 I n of f the I he workmen workmenJape orkIHPn11m
Jape 1 per 11m in th III t ta roof ii or nt aini a IiI saved th thdr ir jrm
m 1
= 1
FIGHT FIGHTWILL HGHTWILLBE HGHTWILLBEONMAYORALTY WILL BEON BE BEON
ON ONMAYORALTY ONMAYORALTYTammany MAYORALTY MAYORALTYTammany
t
Tammany Liable Liableto to Endorse Dem DemI Democrats
1 ocrats on Fusion Ticket TicketM1
4 4M t
M1 M CLELLAN CLELlAHMUR CLEL1ATNMURPBYtS MURPHYS PHYS CHOICE CHOICESOME CHrOICEt CHrOICESOXE
t
SOME I L1UDpiG L3ADiNG ADING DBWCOOKATS DBWCOOKATSPIGKEING DJiXOORATSPIGR DBMOOBATSFIGHTING
FIGHTING ING HlJe HlJelAtXW HIt HIN EI EIItT
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lAtXW ItT JW YORK Y ORX Sept 3 HAfter After a aoftle kms kmsl leii leiiiN >
l iN N oofcfereac oftle today it was decided decidedUiat 4eeIcie4tlaat decidedthat
that the King K County Democrat Democratic ¬
ic organisation should name a dry dryticket dtyticket cityticket
ticket on the floor of the eonvenUrn eonvenUrnandcombat eonVeDtk1taDd oonventknand
andcombat aDd combat the nomination of Mr Mc Mcto
i Ciena to the bitter bltt r end The leaders leadersexpressed den denI
expressed d their determination to light t
i I IU It out with Tammany TammanyI
I At the elope of the conference it was wasI
I i announced that such men as Judge Sd Sdgar Edpr d dI
I gar M CuIIom Lewis Nixon Judge
Gelgerich Gel erl < h Morgan an J OBrien Judge Judgej Jd JdWllliam JudgeWilliam
j I William Geynor Joseph C Hendrix or orEdward orFdward
I Edward M Shepard nt would be accepta acceptable aNeptaI aeceptabIn ¬
ble to the Kings Kia county count organisation organisationUnalterably orpaJuUohUnalterably orgnlsationUnalterably
Unalterably is the organisation or nlUcn opposed opposedt ed
I t the nomination of Mr McClellan McCIellanThe McClellanThe McClellanThe
The Telegram Tele says on what it de declares deI ¬
I I claret care is I the highest possible pM authority
that Charles F Murphy the Tammany
j j leader has determined to nominate on onthe onI onthe
I the Democratic tickat George B Mc McCIellan MeCle11an McI ¬
j I CIellan for mayor Edward M Grout
j for comptroller f and Charles V Form Fornesfor Formfor
for president pre ldent of the board of aldermen aldermenMr aldermenKr
I Mr Grout and Mr Fornes were re rencminated re rencmlnaled reflemluated
ncminated for fJII these offices this week weekon w k kon
on ihe t fusion fuio ticket on which they theywere the the1IIeoft theywere
j were elected l te by large Ja e majorities two twoyears twoyea twuyearn
years yea ago They heT are independent can
dldatec and an the Evening Telegram Telegramsays TE Telegram5ay rant rantUTa
says they have expressed ed their willing wUJln wUJlnneP willingS <
j S j ness neP to accept the nomination on the
I Democratic ticket ticketMr ticketIIr ticketMr
Mr Forne said today that on one
had offered him a nomination on the tM1Bmmltny
Tsmmttny ticket although althou < h It had been beenIntimated beenIntimated beenintimated
Intimated to him that such a plan was wason WaAon wason
on toot He declined to discuss the pos possibility pensibility ¬
sibility of his acceptance acceptanceHARPER ac accdptanceHARPER ptance
0 0HARPER
HARPER WAS NOT DUPED DUPEDHas DU DUPEDHan PEO PEOHaa
Has Permission Permi ioR Prom the Sultan to toExcavate toExcavate toExcavte
Excavate in Babylonia BabyloniaChicago BAbyloniAChia BbyloniChicago
Chicago Chia Sept 26 26abylonia 6 iJabyloni not notBabylon notBabylon notRabylon
Babylon is the seat at of President Har Harpers Harrs Marpers ¬
pers rs Interest t in the Orient This is isthe 11tM isthe
the assertion of one of the authorities authoritiesof
of the University Unle lty of Chicago Chlca relative relativeto
to the recent Turkish arrangements arrangementsIt arran ement ementIt
It quelled a sensation started on the theuniversity theunvI theuniversity
university unvI campus < by a report from fromBerlin fromrltn fromBertn
Berlin rltn that Dr Harper had been duped dupedby dupedby
by the twltan of Turkey Turkeybrother Tllrk TurkeyProfessor y
Professor Robert F Franels tnti HrJ Harper Harperbrother er erbrother >
brother of PNsld President t Harper will 111 111the be bethe bethe
the director of the expedition of the theUniversity theenl theTnIvertty
University enl of Chicago Cbk > qo to Babylonia BabyloniaThe Babylonian BabyloulaTh
The Th professor p said today todayThe t todgyTbe 4kYTbr
The report from torn Berlin that Presi President Pr Prtlent Prelent ¬
dent ent Harper fII f the University tJnlV U y of Chi Chicago Mrio hi hieago ¬
cago eago o had ma4 nm4apPIIetlon PPifeMon > for THi TIMi TIMi1m TcitIn4bhTII rt rtKhn
Khn 1m to incorrect i tNflthr f Neither Has applica application app1teatfon lkaj ¬
tion been b made ma for Babel wfcere the theGermans t tGermaNi theGerm2a
Germans have been excavating extvat1 It Itwould ItonM
would Otddern onM teem seem from the report that Baby BabyIon BabyJon Babyion I
Ion had been confused orifu with lIh the country countryof
of Babylonia Application has been beenmade beenmade I Imade
made by bYthe b the University Unh rslty of Chicago for fora
a sit site further south in Babylonia BabyloniaThe BabyloniaThe BabylonlaThe
The name noise of the city applied for will willbe wiltbe fll
be announced as soon oon as the firman firmanarrives ftrmanarrlvetS firmanarrives
arrives from the UaeauJtan UaeauJtanD UaeauJtanWE sultan sultanWE sultanwiiAi
WE wiiAi EAT D TOO MUCH MUCHScientific MUCHScientUic MUCHScientific
Scientific Sharps Will Experiment on onSoldiers onSoldiers onSoldiers
Soldiers SoldiersNew SoldiersNew SoldiersNew
New Haven Cons Sept 2 26Profes 26Profesnor Profes Professor Profesor ¬
nor R H Chittenden doctor doc lor of Shel Sheffield Shel8eld Shellield ¬
field Scientific school announced today
that through < h the courtesy of o Secretary
Root and Surgeon Sur eon General OReilly of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the army the war department will 11I co cooperate co
operate o rate wIth the Sheffield laboratory in ina Ina ina
a physological study of the minimum minimumamount minimumall101lnt minimumamount
amount of proteld or albuminous food foodrequired fldrtQulred cd cdrequired
required for the maintenance of hjalth hjalthand h hUthand th thand
and strength It reth under > ordinary condition conditionof condiUoultot
of life In carrying carr1n out this purpose purposetwenty pUICIICtwenty puxsetwenty
twenty men have been detailed from fromthe fromtM fromthe
the hospital corps of the army and wil wilbe wllbe wibbe
be In New Haven next Monday under underthe underthe underthe
the charge of Lieutenant Wallace Val1 De Dewltt Dewitt Doitt
wltt itt assistant tant surgeon of the United
States Sta army armyThe armyThe armyTb
The Tb scientific school has fitted up a ahouse ahouse ahouse
house on Vanderbilt square where tte ttemen he hemen hemen
men will be cared for during the period periodof periCHoC
of Investigation Intl atlon doubtless for about aboutg0
rfne ne months monthsThere montbllTltere monthsThere
There is 1 apparently says 78 Professor
Chittenden no question that people peo l or
dinarlly consume much more food foodthere than t 11 11the
there the Is any real necessity f r and andthat andthat
that this excess of food Is I In th tht thtrun long 101
run detrimental to health and vlfcveat deattile thatethe
the very objects aimed at t It is v v th tha tha 1ka
a view to gather as many facts aet as pos posstole pennible
stole Ie on this subject that the study in InCluestlon inciuestion
Question is l taken takenINFORMATION takenINFORMATION
p
INFORMATION I N FOR AT 10 N SOLD SOLDTO SOL SOLDTO D DTO
TO INDICTED PERSONS PERSONSBerlin
Berlin Sept 3f 2ICorruptlon Corruption in the thepublic th thepubfle
public pu service aerI was shown UD u > at the thetrial thetrial thet1a1
trial today of Herman Baganc secre secretary 8e1etary secretary ¬
tary to the prosecuting Pro attorney of one oneof oneof oneof
of Berlins two criminal en I courts who whowa whow whowarn
wa w warn accused of selling eUla information to toIndicted toIndicted toindicted
Indicted persons There were five fivespecifications fiveilpeet8caUon liveOpeelfications
specifications including one Involving Involvl Involvltile
the emperors former banker Edward EdnISandman EdwardSandman EdwardSandman
Sandman director of the Prussian Prussianmortgage PIUMIaArnortpp Prussianmortgage
mortgage bank who was sentenced eeDteAced in inJuly I IJuly InJuly
July 192 to six xyen years Imprisonment Imprisonmentand
and to pay a fine of IZ754 so for falsify
Inic balance sheets sheetsRBAmr Bh sheetsItSADY e1Jl e1Jlt e1JlRJIADY
t
RBAmr BOB VOYAGE VOYAGEPhiladelphia VOYAGEPhnaclfojh VOYAGEPhilade1h1a
Philadelphia Phnaclfojh Sept M 2Tbe The battle battleship battlesblp battleshIp ¬
ship Maiae today passed down the theDelaware t tDelaware theDelaware
Delaware river rh r from the League island islandnavy 1a sja sjanwy 4 4nav
navy nav yard ard oa her voyage to fulebra fulebrain fub fubIn
in the West Indies The Ztaine was Waill wasieeefltly j jletrently I
letrently l Ure repaired at Cramps ra ship shipyard shipyards
yard 01 Upon Tier h r arrival at Cnlebra Cnlebrathe C1IIebratile Cuieitrthe
the battleships guns are to be thor thoronghly tborCbly thorougbly
onghly Cbly tested and If they are satis satisfutory att attfa t18 t18futol7
fa futol7 story toe Maine will start on a long longcniSse 10 10ISH longcn
cniSse cniSseCincinnati cn
ISHCASE
CASE COJrrDi11RD CONTINVKDCincinnati
I
Cincinnati Sept at The prelimi preliminary prellmlIAry preilminary ¬ I
nary hearing of Joseph MunserhalKed Munserhaged Munser Munserchaisred
chaisred with Ith th shooting seven time at atmembers gtmembers t tm4mbenl
members of the Marked for Life Lifeompany Lifeornpany I
j
ompany III any and wounding woundl three of o then thenvis thenWl1t theniwas
was vis to tOfay < ay continued until next Fri Frlrtiy Frfjay Frii1y
jay MrynNhllp the th comnany comp ny is held heldi hpl heldprQeutiug l lrotie
i prosecuting rotie uUu witne wi WitneesOe WitneesOePEOTZSTS ses sesPBOTSSTS i
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+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + I
+ + j
+ PBOTSSTS PRO FILED LED +
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+ 4 4Ogden 4 4Ogden
+ Ogden Utah Sept 26 26Thrf Three > 4 4protcftx + I IIlrot
4 protcftx Ilrot It have h been < > n filed with the 0 thrboazd + I I IbQuzd
4 board of e oatroi < of the irrigation irripUonon irrigationinngress 4
4 + iongresf on fItIIII contesting rootelltl ithf the award of oft ofthe +
+ the t h Haverneyer Ra ptnfpr tOi 00 cup uJi for the th thbfoo141 thebest + 4hext
+ best sugar UJtRI hotn to A Rhoade RhadesI > 1 of f farlan1 + 4arlin
+ < arlin arlan1 < l Itah Th principal pro prf1f rriis +
4 tf trr t I is Mi h Post of Colorado C 01orador +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
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RACE WON BY BYRNIE BYRNIEThe
The 218 Trot at Empire City CityTrack CityTrack CityTrack
Track Finished After fter Run Running Runfling
x xning
ning Two Days DaysNew DaysN DaysNew
New N w York Sept Jt 26At At the Empire EmplNCtt7 EmpireCity EmpireCity
City track today In II the tlt 218 18 trot left over overfrom oyerIroIn overfrom
from yesterday 7111K1d5YlFtrrnae Byrni F yrn won the thfQry ncess ncesssary
sary heat by three three lengths In the 241 241pace 2Mpa 2li 2lipace
pace pa Theron Powers POW defeated the favor favorite tav favorItO r rItt ¬
Itt > Nonamte onamlp with little > to spare pe The rlleIS
325 22 trot was dedaxfd d off Snmary
218 11 trotting trottln claea c pfe 5 > unfinished unfinishedfrom unfinishedfrom bed bedfrom
from Friday FrldaByrn Byrnte won on the tb first and andthird andthird nd ndthird
third heats hea tJI in I3 11 21i Alfonso Maul Maulwon Meldwon I Iwon
won the second in Infl 219 2l Joe J e N Cordo Cordovan ColCfo CordOian ¬
I
van an Ballerton Hlebnp also a started I It4I
28 pacing class c e5isi pftrs PM ieI oM unfinished unfinishedfrom unfinishedfront unfinishedfrom
from Friday Frlda7TIa Tkeron ron n Powers won the thethird thethird thethird
third and fourth Keats In 208 Z 211 211Nonamie 211Nonamle 1l
Nonamle won Af n the first brat in 2Qtfc 2QtfcI Z 2Birdira I
I Birdira won the recond hat at l In InDlabllto 2W 2WDiahlito 2 2Diahilto I
Diahlito Uvp Walnut GoTO Brick and andFrielmont andFrt andFriclmont
Frielmont Frt lmont also 180 sorted sorted2W I rt4d
2W 13 pacing claM purse pu J3CO SJOODon ODon Don Co Coxine Coxlnf o osine
sine won the second and third heats in
210 21214 14 Garnet et won th Ute first ht l In
210 Indiana IndlJohnI John J 1 W V Patterson PattersonHale Patte1l1011Hale PattersonHale
Hale B TAttle Fred Piccolo Lucre Luc and andHern andHero andIbm
Hero AlcyMner AkY lWr also o started
211 12 trottIng class nome iOOAJIbrlelM iOOAJIbrlelMwon M Allabriene OAIlabrenewon Allabrienewon
won the first and fourth heats In lit2i2 2 I
212 JIt Dir Dlrct n t View won the th third heat heatIn heatIn heatin
In 214 14 Irppwfu won the th second f + cnnd hat INIatIn heatIn
1 In 2ll 2114 4 P Ptl Pu wr and nd Annie Ann little IKtlcstarted IIttictarW ale alestatted
started statted2I tarWJti
2 Jti 5 pacing class purse > JSOJ aroDarlel E > arlel won wonin wnnIn wonIF
in two straight heat in n 2 24 < Ri 2 lr Shad Shadow S Sow had hadow ¬
ow Chlntas eh h1in Sir 1 Alcantara Frank FrankOQ FrankOQkum Yen Yenkuin > oa oakum
kum alo started startedNew startedMURDEROERE
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MURDzR MURDEROERE MURDEROERENew O YtRgu YtRguX
New X York Police P Polioee Uoe Do De Met B Balieve BalieveHansen iTeHansen icTe icTeHansen
Hansen Guilty GuiltyNew Gwl GuiltyNew ty tyNew
New York Sept 2 isNo 21No No further ar arrests arreats orrests ¬
rests have been made in the case of ofFrederick oflPrederick ofFrederick
Frederick A Verdu the private de detective detective detective ¬
tective who bo was murderously assaulted assaultedlast auauJtedlaMt assaultedlust
last night nl ht on West Fiftyfifth street streetwhile iatreetdle treet treetwhile
while dle working work on on a ease in that vicin vicinity 1cInity In InIty ¬
ity and who died later in the hospital hospitalThe boB boBThe hO IR1 IR1The
The police hive t ve learned 1e ne4 however bow ever that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the man woo no made the assault ult was wasbttt wastBJl wastfl
bttt and dark and aJHIwltltout without a coat coatJoseph coatJo coatJoseph
Joseph Jo Hansen another employe of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the detective agency who ho Was work working workIng working
ing with Ith Verdue on the care ale and who whowas whown whowas
was arrested on the Identification of ofMary ofry ofXrsry
Mary ry Hamilton a colored Io d woman wo who whotold whotold whotold
told the police she had seen him as assault aPsault assoult
sault Verdue was arraigned today the themagistrate th thmagistrate timagistrate
magistrate remanding him to the cor coroner coroiler ¬ I Ioller
oner Hansen Han en does not accord with Ith the thedescription thedescription
description of the murdered obtained obtainedby ob obtinedby ined inedby I
by the police who whodiscredit discredit the Ham Hamilton HamIlton Ham HamIlton ¬
ilton womans identification Hansen Hanseneye Ran Hanweneeye en eneye
eye is blackened and his face scratched scratchedand BCratc scratchedand ec1 ec1and
and the police believe he received these theseInjuries tbeiteInjuries theselnurIes
Injuries at the time Verdue was w wa as assaulted usaulte4 assaulted ¬
saulted saultedManager saulte4M saultedManager
Manager M nqer Ferns ermis of the detective detectiveagency detec detectiveagency ve
agency ocy by which Verdwe and Hansen Han Hanwere Hseuwere Hansenwere
were employed said toy toBayThe toeayThe toyThe
The trouble grew w out of a misun misunderstanding m mtnunderstanding un undelBtandln ¬
derstanding on the part of toughs 1ou < in inthe inthe
the vicinity of West e t Fiftyfifth street streetas I
as to what hat Verdue and Hansen were weredoing weredoll1 weredoing
doing < In the neighborhood They were weresent Weltll weresent
sent by us on Thursday to And a cer certain eeltaln certam ¬
tain tam person The toughs tried to find findout ftndout lindout
out what they were ere doing and failing failingset
set upon them and beat them themJUDGE tbemJUDGEGROSSCUP themJUDGE
JUDGE JUDGEGROSSCUP GROSSCUP WILL WILLNOTLJEAVETHE WILLNOT j jNOT I
NOTLJEAVETHE NOT LEAVE THE BENCH BENCHColumbus BENCHI BENCHIColumbus I ICoJumbW
Columbus Ohio Sept Se 2 26Judge Judge Pe Peter Peter Pcter ¬
ter S Grosscup of Chicago who i ivisiting III IIIvlllltln isvisiting
visiting vlllltln In Columbus says ayS in a state statement Statement statement ¬
ment ment issued IN tonight t that he will not notresignfrom notresign
resignfrom resign from the United States circuit circuitbench elrcultbench circuitbench I
bench to accept the position of gen general eeneral gencml ¬
eral counsel of the Northern Securities Securitiescompany Securltlcompany Securitiescompany
company or to represent the company companyIn
In the pending litigation against aplatlt aplatltIudge It ItJudge itJudge
Judge Groeecun Gro cup says 78 it would ould be to tohis tohl tohis
his hl ta tut taste t and perhaps to his pecuniary pecuniaryadvantage pecuniaryadvantap pecuniaryadvantage
advantage to get back k to the practlc practlcof
of law but that he has some 1I9Me ome conscience conscienceon
on the subject of accepting accepti and laying layingaside lalIagaside layingaside
aside the public office and that reasons reasonssufficient rNaOn8uftlclent reasonssutflcient
sufficient to control that conscience for forbid fOrbid forbid ¬
bid his laying the office oce aside under underpresent underpresent underpresent
present cIrcumstances circumstancesxFIRE cIrcumstancesFIRE tMlceL tMlceLFIRE
FIRE RECORD RECORDNew
New York Sept IIFire Fire which or MIduted orIgthnted
iflnated In the thCHleetrle electric cable tunnel In Inthe inthe
the basement baRm nt of the Brooklyn Rapid RapidTransit RapklTlant RapidTransit 1
Transit power pow house in Brooklyn did didSaMCOO diddama didGso
SaMCOO Gso damage and tied up for several severalhours erai eraihours
hours the entire service f1 and L Lot Lottem ss sstern y
tem in South Brooklyn BrooklynThe BrooklynTh BrooklynThe
The Th damage wa was confined solely to tothe tlthe tothe
the power powerboulle powerboulle8prtng house houseSpringfield housegprtngdeld
Springfield 8prtng eld Ohio Sept 2 26Wickham Wickham i iChapman iebapman iChapman
Chapman A Companys ompan plimt phlntthe the lar I Igest Ip Igeet
gest p t piano plate na nlUlufactqry ufactqry In the th theworld j
world vas burnd bum d to the ground to tonight tonight I Inlgh
night LOFS 1000C lOO4WORESULT > 0 I
1 I IRESULT
RESULT mnorowuv mnorowuvMttsburg UxKNOWNPitteburg I Ilttllbu
Mttsburg > lttllbu Sept 26 2The The court mar martial I Itlal
tl tlal l of Sentry entry Dowd for the shooting I Innrl Ind
and nd killing of William Crowley just justoutride JUlltol1tpltJe justoutmtde
outride of the Allegheny reservation reservationgrounds T reservationgrotmnls It < > rftUon rftUonround
grounds round two weeks Wf > fkK ago for the > nllejr 1I11 allegrI < I i
i heft of government K rnl1lfnt propei vas 81 con concluded ioueluded 011 ¬ I
eluded tonight The finding of the thecourt th thourt throurt
ourt will not no be made public until untilaftlr unttiaftcr
after It reaches General Gt nehtl ChafTee to towhom ti tiwhom
whom it will fl be forwarded at once OOC N Xinformation NInformation Ninformation > I
information of o the th verdict could b blearned bf bfI belearned
learned I < from any of the participant participantin part clpanH clpanHill
in the tourt tourtANABGHIST enurtANAROHIST ourtANARcmtST
ANABGHIST ARBBSTBD ARBBSTBDLondon AlUtJiSTBDLondon AZBT3DLondon
London Sept 2 ZCA A peclal dispatch dispatchfrrm di dispatchfrom path pathfrm
from i H Genoa Mioa oa says J1I the police there > have haveanfstfd hafttlTflhd havearrrstd
anfstfd an anarchist an rhl t named Rarteloni Rarteloniwho nRrtflonlwho flartetoniwho
who is accused of f complicity in a plot plotto plotto plotto
to kill King Alfonso
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t t tCondition
Condition ConditionofMrs ofMrs ofd le Jefferson erson Davis Worse Wo WorseConsciousThough WorseConsciousThoughVery seConscious Conscious Jhough JhoughVerfy Though I IVefY
Very Wieak W WeakFriends at Friends and RelativesHa Relatives RelativesHasten Relativeslien
Hasten Ha J n to toH Her r Bedside B dside
QUFEAiQ n UFF UFALc j O N 4 Sept b bri at Xr JIlrS
B ri K Jefferson Dvis IILV J worse w worgb her r con condition COIldttlon condillon ¬ I
dillon being ertikal erleal I An inlug rttcreas fDerftUIII rttcreasing
lug < weakness weakn Mk is nofcd The doctors dOItOtSsay
1 say 1 however how that t de e crisis has rs rsbeen not notbeen
I Ien
been en reached rAthCIMMl sad 51IkL1W shottkl Id siw get 3 relief reliefshe I Isbe tshe
she may recpvef rec Yw Several relative ft1attveaaRd velatveaandfriends and j ifriends
friends have ha ve arrived e4 and are at her herbedside j
bedside bedalders bedsideMrs i iMrs
Mrs rs Davis cOndltiMi C ndSUila jremains un unchanged 111hanged usehauged
changed was w 8 the tPp0et port thai t tl came camefrom camefrom
from the bedside edsMe of hiss M Jelfersan 1 cameJ Da Davia Dtivie Dovia
via at Castle Urn toftfgfct t to lght t Owing to tothe tothe tethe
the advanced age ff tke t ik UenHand e the thefailure tti ttifailure tt ttfilure
failure of her organ or orn4 t to yield tfettto ieId to the theUeaUnent theb thetre1anent
UeaUnent b nt of the t phyJMait ph phy In attendr attendrance ttend ttendknee e eane
knee ever every hour that tha paev adds add tp tpr
1M r > 4 aaxJety Jety of her er friend f fyi here w NCt NCtMlatlVM sad > d the therelatives theflilativea
relatives who Mhave have haitened to toher her beo beoa beoMrs beftde bedtside
side a >
tden Mrs n J A A Hayes H C of ftofcmido S d Springs Springsa
a daughter hter oC f Mpm Davia arrived SPrlnPl here heretonight heretonlIt heietonight
tonight MINI LB L W Haye H 1H dough daughter ¬
ter of Mrs I Haipes Ha Haes PMet me to Buffalo
with Mr Davis D Is from f rom the Humberstone Iluniberstoneehib HumberstonecW
cW > on the northern JlOrt Ore of Lake LakeErieand LakeE11eDd Lakeiiie
Erieand iiie and ha Ma been in almost constant constantattendance OOn constantttondaace taDt taDtatftndaace
attendance upon her grandmother pan dldOther since sincesite sinceshe
site became me HI HIMr JIIMn illMrs
Mr Mn Davis to conscious although althoughvery althougbweak althoughweak I
very weak She recognized ree her dough daughter lIauPt ¬
ter t the moment she entered the room roomand roomend I
and greeted her with loving Iovln words wordsFour wordsYou
I Four of ortbe > the leading 1eadt < physicians pbtli 1aas of the thecity thee1t thucity I
city e1t held a conaultatlon at Castle Inn Innthin Innthtn
thin afternoon Dr Stockton the thedtar reg regutor regia I
utor ia hotel bot physician realizing the seri seriousness erlu sortucuess ¬
ousness u ne of o the case has called Into con consultation conuIttian ¬
sultation Itatkm Dr Roswell Ro well G Hard the sur surgeon nurgoon > ur ureon ¬ t
goon < eon who assisted aa in the surgical op operation opradon oporation ¬
radon upon President P ldent McKinley eKtn Drs DrsJones DnaJonflI DrsJones
Jones and lld Carey CareyThe Care CareThe CareyThe
The four tou physicians PhY8lcia S spent two hours hoursin boursIn 1
in the sick room this thl afternoon No Nooperation Noopftation
operation has been performed ed upon uponMrs uponl1r3
Mrs Davis and It is doubtful If if her hersystem herntem hery5tem
system could withstand wt r the ehoek of ofthe ofthe
the operation that would be necessary necessaryto 17
to relieve her ateKnea
Sa T il1i IJSi ill l ESASHORE iASH1 R EBtlJ UT 11 JHiE <
> c ct j jCREW
CREW ESCAPE WITH TH THEIR1ES1 H r IS I
San Francisco co Sept 26 2GThe The four fourmasted fourmnasted
masted steel ship Glfford Captain CaptainCicher C4tplalnCicher CaptainCicher
Cicher from New Castle Ca tle N S 3 W Wbound Wbound
bound for this pdrt IJ rt went entu ashore ole last lastnight 1Qtnight lastnight
night on the ocean n beach beaCha and now nowlies nowlies
lies in a precarious position posltl Jl She ear earrled eaTr4ecl earlied
lied a crew er of twenty twentilfVea seyea pies all allof allOf allof
of whom hOrn are safe Her cargo c rgo consists consistsof
of 399 S ton tons of coal 081 insured for 17 17WO
WO The Th Gilford was 8J sevshyeW l8evatrweltlhtday sevstflyelghtdays t tdays
days out and on nearing this port the thefog thefo thefog
fog fo ws was so dense that the usual bear bearings beMrrJnp bearings ¬
ings could not be seen The captain captainthinking eaptatnthinking captainthinking
thinking he was several miles from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Golden Gate Ga te gave ga ve the order or to tosteer toteer tosteer
steer straight ahead Suddenly the theship theship
ship struck the sand and swung broadside broad broadside ¬ I
side to the shore shoreThe shoreThe
The lifeboats were immediately low lowered 10 10I lowered ¬ I
ered and andefColUs efforts made to save ve the theV theVsel theaol ves vessel ¬ I
sel and crew It was seen that there therewas terew therewas
was w no immediate danger so the t e
Chicago Sept 26 CThe The Centennial Centennialfeeratlon CentettmalItlUOJl Centeflitialcelebrttinn
feeratlon ItlUOJl oftthe on tbfoUndlnAOtlaeclty tbfoUndlnAOtlaecltywaJ th founding of the city cityton citywa4
waJ formally opened tonight When Whenton i iton
ton or two of red fire Dovdor was wasburned wasbtlrnedlot wasburnedl
burned btlrnedlot Aon n th street corners cornen lathe in the at attempt attempt sttempt ¬
tempt to give 1Vi a realistic imitation Imka ton of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the great Chicago fire fireTonights fireTonl
Tonights Tonl ht conflagration conn atlon was not n ex exactly exacUy cxnetly ¬
actly the success 8UCC e hoped for because of ofa ota ofa
a heavy h vy storm which prevailed prevailedthroughout prevailedthroughout et ettbrouCbout
throughout the time set for th tktt burn burning burnloe burnlag ¬
lag of red fire The rain fell IB tor torrents torrents toerents ¬
rents the wind blew half u gi aeand aeandnearly aDd aDdnearly andnearly
nearly everybody save the Iran bIaawho whose whosebusiness whosebusiness 1e
business it was to feed the red Are Aresought AreAOugbt liresought
sought shelter indoors Between Between tb tbhigh iht ihthigh h hbl < I
high bl < b wind which hl blew ble his powder powderaway Powd PowdawaT powderaway
away and the rain that soaked the oV oVance balnee halonce
once nee of It t In thirty thlrt seconds secOn48 the red redAre re4Are I
Are man had difficulties of his hi own ownLEVY QW1LEVY ewnLEVVLOSESIOiOOO
LEVY LEVVLOSESIOiOOO LEVVLOSESIOiOOOSolt LOSES 10 10000 10000Salt O O j jSalt
Salt Lake Man Worst Sw Suiftiararby Siafferer 6err by byIdahp bYIdaho
Idaho Palls FiT PirsIdaho FireIdaho c
Idaho Falls Sept 2 21A A revised anti estimate antimate u umate ¬
mate of the loss at Idaho Falls aHd as the theresult theresult therenult
result of the conflagration which raged ragedhere ra8dhere radhere I
here last night places the > amount amoaatat at atoooo i
20000 Glft Sol Levy of Salt Lake owner OWittrof I Iof
of the Boston Bo clothing store tors is tt tbe tleheaviest e
heaviest loser his km being fn the theneighborhood theneighborhood
neighborhood of 110000 16000 The police polleehave < j
have made a number of arrest of ofthieves otthlevN ofthieyea
thieves caught in the act of pilfering pilferinggoods
goods which bleh were ere taken fromttt burn burniimg i jing iIng
ing buildings and placed lo the streets streetsDELEAXE
tI I
DELEAXE DBLEGA DMAIL1rD DETAILZDWashington BTAJI BD BDWashington
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Washington Wa tngton Sept 2 6AMJ 26Andstant Assistant tant Sur Surgeon Surneon ¬
neon General rt D Glddlngs s of surI the thepublic thtublle thejublle >
public ublle health and marine hospital ho serv service er sorv1e ¬ I
ice has been detailed d by the secretary secretaryof j
of the > treasury tr aaury as a delegate to the in international jnternatlonal Internatioflal ¬
ternational sanitary plague gue conference conferencewhtch i iwhich
which blch is I to convene in Par Pa Paris Oct t 10 10Thill leThis
This conference has ben n called by the theFrench theFren therench
French Fren rench < b government at the instance of ofthe j I Ithe
the th Italian government Y rnment for the purpose purposeor j jof J
of revising T vIHln the findings of the two pre previous provious ¬
vious ou plague ronfr Conrfrfnf reruns both of whrh whIhwpr whrhverp i
wpr vpre held ar a V VenIce > nlcr The object < t of the thoioming thecming i I Icmln
ioming cmln conference is i to revise ant iJI i itonnulate
formulate Into one text t xt the t e ADding of ofthe ofthe j
the previous ccfiferences ccfiferencesSHANGHAIED NJtf retKftII retKftIIIII S SSKANGAIED
III ISHANGHAIED
SHANGHAIED NEGROES NEaSOBSSavannah NEGROESavanntLh NEGEOBSSavannah
Savannah Ga Sept 2 2tHa1r Harry 01 Olpn 01n 01son
son pn n and andJft Jack k Johnson a sailor atio board boarding boa 111 111In rding ¬
ing In < house keeper and his assistant assistantwere aesistautwere ataut atautpre
were pre arrested arrt > te today by b United States StatefauthortuPl SttesauthorIties 1 1authorities
authorities rhCrge4 lufrge < l with forcibly t tc tclug k kIng j
ing eight t i ht negroes of this city lty and put putting p t ttlng
ting them th m on hoard J i Russian bark barkas
as H > sailors The men are now permt 1
lees iu London
S J Jq
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captain sent Second Officer Ernest ErnestClarke ErnestClarke t I
Clarke with ltb two men ashore for as assistance 88lil ansislance ¬
sistance lil After battling bttlla with Uh the thebreakers I
breakers for several hours they sue succeeded suec ¬
ceeded c c eded in beaching hlng their boat They Theythen Theytbed
then t en walked over the htlls htll toward thisrlty this thiscity thiscity
city This TIt mOrning II1Olnln < all oC o the crew crewlanded crewlauded crewS crewlanded
landed safely in 11 their own boats the thecaptain theeaptaln theeptain
S
captain and an4 an4third third officer W S Wood Woodrow Woodrow Woodro
ro row row remaining on board Tugs were weresummoned weresummoned weresummoned
summoned and every effort will iIl be bemade bemAde bemade
made to pull the ship Into deep water waterThe wAterThe waterThe
The vessel lies 750 feet inshore and a arising ariJl arising
rising riJl 1g westerly wind Is l causing cau tng the thegeas theseas
seas 811 to break over her so that it is isnot IsIIOt Insot
not improbable that she may prove a atotal atotal
total 10 l1 loss lossThe 1ouThe lossThe
The Glftord te a staunch ship of ofthe o othe ofthe
the well known Bank line her regis registered reglstertd registeed ¬
teed tonnage being 2245 45 She Is Iswed Isefd Isowned
wed by Andrew Weir of Glasgow Oiasgowand Gla8 Glasgowand < ow owand
and cargo of coal Ii e consigned ro to J JJ JJ JJ
J Moore A Co of this city
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CHICAGOS CENTENNIAL FETES FETESALMOST FETESALMOST FETESALMOST
ALMOST SPOILED BY WINDSTORM
NoUiwithsUndlng Nol1 wltbatan4ltO < all this however a avast 3vaJtt avast
vast amount of crimson blaae was pro produced prolee4 prothiced ¬
duced and the result re was fairly antis satisfactory atlst antisfactory ¬
factory factoryA t tory torylarge
A large number of Indians D deacon descendants deacendaDta deacondants ¬
dants of the tribes that formerly lived livedon livedon livedon
on the present pre ent site of the city are en encamped encamflped ¬
camped mpecI in Lincoln park and will re remain remain ¬
main throughout the tb celebration cele braUon which whichis
is to last with intervals of more or orless orless
less intensity until next Thursday Thursdaynight Thu1lldayIIIa ThursdayalgAL J
night IIIa t There are re to be beaquatlc aquatic sports sportsin
in Lincoln park a parade receptions receptionsto I Ito Ito
to old settlers And nd banquets JbanquetsFor
For tomorrow when according aetOldJ to the theofficial thpomCIaI theollielal I
official programme the feature will will1lne be beDivine betvine
Divine 1lne Service In the Churches Churchesfair Clturehe8tMI Chuichestale
fair weather Is promised promisedNine e e11ne I
Nine historic tablets were put in inplace Intlace Inplace
place during the day dayIMPORTANT dayIMPORTANT dayIMPORTANTCAPTURE
IMPORTANT IMPORTANTCAPTURE IMPORTANTCAPTURENest CAPTURE CAPTURENest CAPTURI CAPTURe I
Nest e tof of Counterfeiters Counte Broken Up in inMarinette iniohigan f
Xiohipn XiohipnYuinettt iohiganMsrlnette
Marinette Wis Sept 2iOfHcen 2iOfHcenyesterday 26OMcersyesterday
yesterday s efday near Koss s Mich on the theWisconsin theWisconsin I
Wisconsin A Michigan railroad con coniscated conlB conflcted
iscated lB ted one of the largest and most mostcomplete mostomplete I
complete counterfeit money moneymaking moneymakingoutSit making makingoutfits <
outfits ever taken in the country They Theyateq Tbeyal8Q Theyalsq I
ateq capture the leader and took htm htmto htmto himto
to Marquette arquette Mich The outfit of the thecounterfeiters thecounterfeiters
counterfeiters was W2 a most complete one oneand onencI oneand I
and ncI consisted n llIted of o dies for the manufac manuraCtutf manufactare
tore of sIlver her from 10 cents u > to 1 1and 1ndgoid
and ndgoid gold from J7i to Sro O The coin oln was waswell waswell I
well made and hard to detect both bothfllver bothsliver
sliver and gold being us UIed ed in the com composition composition om omThe ¬
position The gang posed as trappers trappersand trap trappersand r5 r5II I
and II Dd the men have hA e for years shipped shippedthe shippedthe hlppedU1f
the spurious money to all parts of the theUnited
United States StatesGENEBAL StatpfJGENERAL StatesGENERAL I
GENERAL HAMILTON ARRIVES ARRIVESNew ARRIVESNew ABEIVESNew
New York Sept 2 2CUeutena Lieutenant t Gen General Genelal Gencial ¬
eral Sir SI Ian Hamilton who partic particI Iartlclpated
pated Jt ted in the th defense of Ludysmith ar arrived
rived from Liverpool Li erpool on the Lucanit Lucanittoday Luanhtod Lucunlitoday
today tod The Lucania LU < anla was a in wireless wirelesscommunication wirelesscotflfliUflteation
I
communication with Ilh other vessels al aH aHihf aiIhi
tho way across th tho > Atlantic including includingLa in ludln ludlnLa
La Breiuei ilJetJ IH La Lorraine St Louis LouisAuranla LouiAuranla LouisAurania
Auranla Campania Moltke > Vaderland VaderlandMinnetonka vadetJandJUnnetonJm VadeilandMinnetonkn
Minnetonka Saxonia xonia Philadelphia and andAuguste andAuullte andAuguste
Auguste Victoria VictoriaTREATY V VctorrjTREATY torla
oca i iTREATY
TREATY PUT INTO EFFECT EFFECTWashington EFFECT1tshlngton EFFECTWashington
Washington 1tshlngton Sept 2 I IFtrst Kirsst Assist Assistant AOi Assistant t tant
ant Postmaster General Wayne has is issued 1 1u issued ¬
sued u d an order putting Into effect the theterms thel theterms
terms l rmR of the n nt new < w postal po tal treaty t between betweenI betweenthe
the th United > d Statos > an ani Cuba on n Oct 9 9next 9next
next The > treaty trpat provides proi les < for the Iran Iranffr tranrfer
fer of mails from one country to the theother theat theother
other at domestic rates rateli
i 8 r
PEOPLE ARE EXCITED EXCITEDVigilant EXCITEDViril EXCITEDVigiJ2nt
Vigilant Viril nt Search Being Made For Forthe forthe Forthe
the Murderers of Pay Paymaster Paymaster Paymaster ¬
master Ferguson FergusonWashington Ferg FergusonWashington son sonWuhlngton
Washington Pa Sept 2 CUp Up to 11 11oclock Uoclock 11oclock
oclock today there were no further de deveiopmeiits deeJoPDJeJits dcveiopmedts
veiopmeiits in the tbtl tbi murder mr er and robbery robberyof
of Contractor Co tractor Ferguson eguon n on the West WestMkldleton WestH1c14leton Westfdiddleton
Mkldleton road yesterday afternoon afternoonThe aftenooDThe afternoonthe
The two men apprehended as suspects IRtIqeCtawere suspectswere
were wereJoseph identified u Frank Pra Francis et and andJo andJoseph
Joseph Jo Huston former employes eDllo at the theFerguson theFerlUSOD theFerguson
Ferguson camp They disclaim any anyknowledge anyknowled anykflowledge
knowledge knowled of the crime and say y that thaton t theton a
on Thursday night they slept in Mc McClays McCJsyn
Clays school house about four miles milesnorthwest milesDOruWe milesnortlwest
northwest t of this place and on the them themii
maiii m mii ln road to West Mlddleton They Theysay Theyay Theyany
say they cn prove prove that they had Both nothing Bothin sethlag ¬
lag in to do with the robbery of the tool toolhouse toolOUlie toolItouse
house OUlie which hleh was as entered by b the men menwho menwbo4xec1 menwho
who wbo4xec1 fixed fl the fuse that blew Ferguson Fergusonto Pe Peto
to death deathThe eathThe deathThe
The abandoned mine on the Patter Patterson Patterson ¬
son farm near he he scene of the tragedy traaed7bleh tragedybkh
which bkh was supposed to have ba ve been used usedas edo usedas
as a refuge by the criminals was wasclosely WaIeIo wasekmely
closely eIo guarded all night and this thismorning thismoramg thismorning
morning was 3 thoroughly expjored exlll with without without itta ittaut ¬
out any evidence being discovered d ered that thatthe thatth thatt
the t men had been biding bid there thereEarly thereEvJy thereS
S Early today toda John Welsh a rosidwrt rosidwrtof tes tesof
of West t Mlddleton X tOll found the satchel satchelin
in which hleh Contractor ractor Ferguson had car carried carrteds carrInd ¬
rInd the money It was rffeed rlIt of the thesome UmeS UmeSom
rteds toa 1 1SoIa S
SoIa Som Igiliver aUver Werajeft eraleft J n It also alsosome SU SUMillie
some valuable Iua papers papersMr papersMr pen
Mr Martin the bookkeeper of the theFerguson tilen theFerguson
Ferguson n Construction company who whowas whowu whowon
was in the buggy with Mr 1 Ferguson Fergusonwas
was Wa 88 seriously injuYed injuYedThe In InjdredThe lred lredThe
The excitement in Washington coun county county ounty ¬
ty to high and many citisens citl ns formed formedIndependent forme4Indeperdent formedIndependent
Independent armed searching parties partiesGeneral partiesGeueral partIesGeneral
General Manager Norton of the tJteFer tJteFerpeon Far Ferguson Fargneon
peon company does not think that the thesuspects th thIIUSpett thesuspects
suspects under arrest committed the thedeed tbedeed thedeed
deed but believes they know some something omethln8 something ¬
thing about it He it Ib of the impression impressionthat
that it was committed by some one em employed emplo7d emptoyed ¬
ployed in the camp and that they are areremaining areremaining areremaining
remaining in the camp in order to not notexcite notexcite notexcite
excite suspicion suspicionThe auplelonThe suspicionThe
The dead man was one of the best bestknown bestknown bestknown
known railroad contractors in the roan country couatry roantry ¬
try He was associated with his beets brotner
er r F M Ferguson on in the Ferguson FergusonContracting FerpsonContJactiD FergusonContracting
Contracting company the latter broth brother ¬
er being beiD president pre ldent of the company The TheFerguson TheFerguson TheFCrgtn
Ferguson family came originally orislaaUyfrom orislaaUyfromKanaa from fromKansas fromKensas
Kansas and a great ea t deal of railway railwaywork ran railWaywork ay aywork
work has been done in the west by the theFerguson t timFerguson e elergu
Ferguson on company companyThis com companyThis any anyThIs
This afternoon a reward of a 2O 6M was wasoffered wasolrrd wasorrered
offered for the arrest of the guilty par parties partIe parties ¬
ties
TALLYHO TALL YHOACCIDENT TAILYHOACCIDENTWell YHOACCIDENTWen ACCIDENT
Well Known Business Busha Kan an of Butte ButtKilled ButteXUled ButteS
S Killed KilledButte XUledB KilledButte
Butte B utte Mont ODt Sept 26 KW W A Smith Smithof Smltbof Smithof
of the firm of Smith ft Mattingly and andone andODe andone
one of the best known business e men of ofButte ofButte ofButte
Butte was fatally Injured last evening eveningnear eveDingnear eveningnear
near the water companys reservoir reservoirabout reservoirabout reservoirabout
about thirteen miles from thecity thecityA the city cityA cityA
A party partycorqpo composed ett of Mr Mrnd and Mr MrW Mnt MntW Mrw
W A Smith and little daughter Mr Mrand Mrand Mranti
and Mr X Mrn Trerise and Mrs Trerlsea Trerlseamother Trerbresmother Trerisesmother
mother Mrs Crowley Crow y and three ladies ladieswhose ladiewhoee ladleswhose
whose names are unknown left yester yesterday yesterday ter terday
day morning about 7 oclock In a tally taJlyJIb tallyhO tallyho
ho for a days outing ootin < at the reservoir reservoirOne re8ervotrORe reservoirOne
One o QI the wheels hit a rock just as asthey utbeJEre astbeprero
they tbeJEre mere on a steep embankment and andthe andtJae andthe
the tallyho upset throwing tlarowl Smith un under usder
der the Qleside side of oftbe the coach crushing crushinghim erushingh
him h h1 to death deathKOSSUTH chatbKOSSUTH deathS deathKOSSUTH
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KOSSUTH REVOLUTION REVOLUTIONSEEMS REVOLUTIONSEEMS REVOLUTIONSEEMS
SEEMS TO TUBE BE POSSIBLE POSSIBLELondon
Ix London > ndon Sept 25 25The The Daily Mails cor correspondent core corm correspondent ¬
respondent e at Berlin telegraphs h the t tb sen sensauenal sensational
= rh
sauenal statement m that there > is a penal possiWfity penalbitity
Wfity b tty of a KoMutbist revolution in Hun Hunrary Huntry Huntory
try He says that as a result of the the5erman theGerman theGerman
German emperors visit v ir to Vienna Ger Germany GertaDy Ocrmany
many has ito promised to assist Austria with withtroops withtJOOps withtroops
troops should Austria be faced with the theneecesity then theneesity
neecesity n llty of using armed force in Mace Maedonia
a and simultaneously suppressing a arevolution aleoJutiott arevolutlo
revolution in Hungary That the latter latteris
is not impossible continues the corre correspondent ronea eorreapondent ¬
spondent a ondeht may tn be gathered from the fact factthat fattthat factthat
that General von Beck chi chief f of f the Aus Austrian1 Austrian AustrIai ¬
trian1 staff submitted a plan of mobliu mobliutlon mo siOhthZation lliSH lliSH1Ion
tlon to Emperor William HUam last wetJe w k The Thei TheIdea TheIlea
i Idea lea of placing Irinco lnn Kitel It > 1 Frederick Frederickthe
the seionri It ond son of the th > German emperor emueroron emperoron
on the Hungarian throne receives no sup support support support ¬
port in Germany GermanyCHABGB GeJDUlnyCHARGB GermnvCHARGE
GeJDUlnya a
CHARGE OF CONSPIRACY CONSPIRACYBoston CONSPIRACYB CONSPIBCYllfSAtOn
Boston B ton Mass Sept 24 2itpon Ipon charges chargesof chargesoflconsplray
of oflconsplray conspha < y to defraud the United UnitedStates Ll1hpd8ta Uiiiteddtstes
States 8ta tt8 civil service commission by false falseimpersonation fal falseimpcraonatton e eimplsonatlon
impersonation a verdict of gpiilty zilty was wasremlonil wasreIsIeri as asrIHllr
remlonil rIHllr cI toitay against again t J M Curley c 4 url urlev and andJ
J 1 F Curly both prominent in ioeai ioeaipolitics toeapolitics ioeaipolitics
politics the latter being a state repre representative repren reprosentative ¬
sentative n tlth and el against a J J 1 Hughes ug uge ugpending and andB andB
B J Fahey Srntenso I was a deferred deferredpending deferredpendIng e
pending an appeal to the Inlted States Statescourt Statesonrt StatesCOUFt
court of appeals < at l xt t Washington Th Thpenalty Thtnalt Tbe Tbepenalty
penalty nalt is a fine of from 1000 to 10 104100 104100Ir 10000tr 0 0or
or not more than two years car imprison imprisonmen imprlsonmfll1
men t t
11 11JfEGO
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
+ +
+ 2fBG JfEGO 0 LYNCHED LYHCHBDThomasville LYNCREDThornsi LYNCHEDA +
A 4 4Thoniasville
+ Thomasville Thornsi ilI > Va Sept 26 26A 26Anegro A An + f
+ negro n > TH was lynched this afternoon atternoonah afternoonshout +
4 about ah ut live miles north of Whip hig higham +
4 ham a town in l Decatur > ecatur ci uiuty uiutytwtntytmiles uty utytft1ttmil +
4 + twentymiles west of here The TheI Thenegro +
+ negro I JtIO is alleged to have assaulted a assaulteda Iu1tfdA 4
+ a small f vhite hlte girl Irl Tp to a tall lat4hUt +
4 ham tonight it was impossible to toet 4 4get
+ Rot et particulars partlrularsi 4 +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + S
i
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WILD PANIC pA4ICAT pA4ICATCONESY AT ATCONEY ATCONEY
CONEY ISLAND ISLANDt I Ii
i t
4 4Lien
Lien Made Fierce Attack opJi opJiEtepbmt 011 011Eep ai aiS
S Etepbmt EtepbmtAUBtEMCE Eep EIephsntSt lnt lntI lntAU
St I S
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AUDIENCE AU IDlE CE SOON SCATTERED SCATTEREDA3TB SCA SCAITEREDA3IIMAT TTEREB TTEREBI TTEREBur
t I
A3IIMAT JIAt11tr T oouzii oouziiS oouzii1LSW j
S A3TB GJLP TTKJCD TTKJCDjBW
urIi
Ii IiNBW
1LSW jBW YORK Sept M Tboeusaa or orvmton oft
NBW t I visitors to Coney CeDe fetead feteadthrown Wt r rtltro1D is isthrown
thrown into a panic todayjf today by th thescape thescaJte the theescape
escape from an amusement t park PRIto < of M MBoa 1 1Hoa i ilion
Boa which bleh ran thro t throngb the cropped croppedstreets croLc1streets d dstreets
streets pursued by police and amul amuliiainer amtlLiiners 1ft 11 11tA8Inera
iiainer until he wan driven 4r1v Ittto Intocorner a acorner acomer
corner and secured securedThe l5ECure4The securedThe
The Hon on being brought broq out iff his hiscage hiscap hI hIcage
cage to co through a ring erseflmnce erseflmncewith er t rianct rianctwith e
with an elephant suddenly beasmc en enraged eD eDnaaed enraged ¬
raged and leaping on the elephant elephantback e4ephnstaback >
back burled his teeth and paw pa in Iabi Hk Hkbig tbe tbebig
big brutes shoulder Trum Trumpeting Trumpetln Trumpetlnloudly
loudly the elephant ele haDt rushed Kro round roundring hd thf thfrlaS the thesing
ring and finally succeeding succeedh in gripping i grippingthe
the he lion wtfth th his trunk tore him fr0W fr0Wate rrowZal
ate hold and hurled him into a anearby taftMfe taftMfenearby Iagsenearby
nearby By this time the terMfie4audiance t taudience terMfie4 tersle4audiance
audiance had fled and had comment communicated comlll1 commenteated ti ticated ¬
cated the panic to the crowd in tIt tjMSstreets ftreets thestreets
streets The lion scrambled s ram hale fcatfdrowned t haledrowned tt ttdrowned
drowned out of the lagoon and leape 1eapEd 1eapEdtbrough lenpeitthrough r rthrougn
through a window into a barroom anJ anJthence aD aDtheate anithence
thence to the street When captured aK1lft4ithe capturedthe capturedthe
the lion appeared ap to be weary andve andvemore aridamore andweemore
more frightened than any of his P par pQrMORE parsuertt Ur UrMO
suertt
MO WORE MOREFREESPEECH MOREFREESPEECHXI FREE FR SP SPEECH SPEECHMJaers CH CHJIben
MJaers XI rs Union President at1I1 in Boll uFor BollVm Bullpis BullpisPer
Vm Talking TalkingCripple TalJctDcCripple TalkingCripple
Cripple Creek Sept 96 tWflhIsnm tWflhIsnmDodaworth WHttKDi WHttKDiDodsworth WIIIIaDDod
Dodsworth Dod worth president of Miner MinerNo KIne KInef non nonNo < >
No 32 3 was arrested a this rooming mondat mondathis at athis athis
f his home in Goldfield by the mIlitary mflitsryjand Rd mIlitaryand tIt tItand
and thrown in the bull pen Re BeI aiLed aiLedthe = riluevthe
j the soldiers with what crime be becharged fsr fsrcharged was wascharged
I charged but they t y refused ed to toI assign assignany assignany
any reason for taking him into intotody caa caaDodaworth eustody
tody todyDodsworth todyDodsworth ry ryreuon
I Dodsworth was 1f but recently Jt entlyeleetec entlyeleetecpresideDt elected electedpresident electetipresident
i president of the Victor union Be 1e Is IS1larcr a alarge alarge
large property owner o erln in the town townGoldfteld of ofGoldfteW ofGoldfteld
j 1larcr Goldfteld It is said that the mftttary mftttaryheard naIIItaIyheard ndUtaryheard
heard that Doflswortli was w express expressstrong cgpreg cgpregstrong
strong opinions against ac their tbelrIn preeenein preeene presencein
in the district dtt1 and for this reason reasssiwas ir irwas It Itwu
was deemed fit to place pJ ce him in the npea bolt boltpen S Ssen
pen penPlans Plans for the importation of 129 129strike t tIItrike 1205strike
strike breakers enc are said td to have ba been beenmade h40ettmade beenmade
made by the Mine Owners association DO
I I Adjutaqt general Ge ral Ben said HI this tldsI aft afternoon t ternoon
I ernoon that Dodsworth would be prose prosecuted prbsecuted ee eeI
I cuted on the charge x Of having threat threatened threatlened threatened ¬
ened and Intimidated James Dn Doyle DnyledrlEr yle 9 9driver odriver
driver In the employ of the Colorado ColoradoTrading CoIGra4oTradJng ColoradoTrading
lened Trading Ie Transfer company OMw OMwcharges 1 1MiaJ1lt lily lilybarges
charges 8 have ha e yet been made madethe agates agatesthe agattthe
the fife ft other prisoners pr BOllen held by bjot the tnirmilitary tt themiltar
military militaryDodsworth miltarDodaWoeth
t mlltaryOI1b Dodsworth OI1b was released tonight toItfCbttt at atdependence asWa5
tt Wa5 Wa5aiaelnsopb a aiaelnsopb LJDr1L LgmhmerabaL c g4Re I Idrpendnce
dependence dfp ndtnce who wa uas arrestosl a arreats iMMt iMMtnight iO iOnight r
night Postmaster Resrdon of Tletor Tletorand Yktorand fletorand
1 and other o prominent citisens lot lotIn interceded intercededin lntereedeijiIn
in their behalf and it is i understood understoodthat un untbat undertoothat
that the military authorities were ere ereabJ mif un unI V Vable
I able abJ to locate witnesses who were ere C Cj en enpected > 7 7i
j pected to appear ap ear against agaln t the th ° two twoDEAD twoC twoDEAD ractt racttDEAD
C
DEAD LETTER OFFICE OFFICEAnnual OFFICEJmual OFFICEAnnual
Annual Report BeportPed Prepared and Will lAIlSoon WillSoon WffiSoon
Soon Be Published PublishedWashington PublishedWashington PublishedWashington
Washington Sept 2 26The The animal animalreport annualreport
l
report of of the operations oera tJona of the tb 4ea 4ealetter 4eaf 4eaflettft 4cnletter
letter office for or the fiscal year ended endedJune eade4JUDe endedJune
June 30 1908 1 190 has been beenill prepared preparedwill and andwill
will ill be embodied in the tberepGlt forthcocniag forthcocniagreport fortheejalagreport
report of First Assistant Postmaster PostmasterGeneral PflstmterGeneral I II
General Wynne The report states that thatit thatit
it is made to appear that there tJaeIebeen therehas therehasbeen has hasbeen
I been a large and steady increase i in its itsannual It Itannual itsannual
annual receipts which is due d ett ettsaid it te tei issaid
i said to the great and d constant constantCreAIk in injcrease Increase
jcrease crease > in the volume of matter matteri matter1Dg matterlag
i lag through the mails mailsThe rna rnaf mailsI
I The total receipts for the th year er were weresomething WHeIIOmething wereI
f I something over 1M9OM 1 pieces piecee1arpIIt UW UWlargest thelargest
largest in the history of the office ex exceeding exce cxceeding ¬
ceeding ce those of of th the preceding year earbr earbrBOme by bysome bysome
some 850000 pieces piecesOf pi piOf piecesof
Of the aggregate agg te number numberlSIS numberlSISpieces 88595 88595pieces L82S5pieces
pieces were opened The money found foundIn foundIn OIIIICIIn
In opened letters lette amounted to touaGt touaGtbut 4BJSi 4BJSibut 421but
but this sum included money gener paerally geirally generally
ally coin found loose in the mails maD8In or orin r rin
in postofflces and consigned to the otefti oteftiletter J Jletter Iletter
letter office Commercial paper per fo t foand foandsuch n4 n4such
I such as drafts checks cbe < ks money m ne7 ne7etc orders ordersetc ordersetc
etc represented a face value of of4S5G ofI fl
j I 4S5G 4S5GI esz54CABLE S35 3 3CABLE
I CABLE COMPANY COMPANYWANTS COMPANYWANTSA WANTS WANTSA
I A COMPLETE MONOPOLY MOHOPOLYWashington 1II0Hopotyi 1II0HopotyWasbqton MONOPOLYWashington
i
Washington Sept 26 2GUnless Inleas the atf atfI dliferenees lt ltj
j ferences between betw n the th Colombian and Dthe andthe
I
I the Central and South American TeL Tefcegraph Te TeI TeLegraph
I egraph company are adjusted adjust d by Oct
11 1 it is probable that on that date the thei
i i I company com will close its office at Buena BoeoaVentura B BI BuenaI
I Ventura Vent which operates the Colombian Colombianend Co1o Co1oend Colombianend
end of the cable Dr Herran the OB OBlombian CoI CoIclllerae ColombaR
lombian charge daffaires said 14 tonight tomCbtf tonightthat tonightthat
f that hehad iaad refused to sign a new ne cola colatract eGiJlI contract
I tract for tweaty years eartl renewing th thconcession tile tileI
I concession of the telegraph
company companyowing companyowing 7 701n
I owing 01n to a provision which blcb it accepted acceptedwould aeeepu4would acceptedwould
would grant to 5 the company certain certainJ certainamounting
II J privileges amounting to a monopoly monopolyThe monopolyI
I I The company however insisting upon uponI po pothe
I the signing of the contract font ct without withoutchange wlt wltI withoutI
I change has submitted the matter to tothe tothe tothe
I the officials IaI at Bogota where here ItI it is i aos aosunder qw qwunder
under consideration The pr p priest ent eoa eoadoes ttr o I Itract
I ISM tract does not expire until AOfttBt AOfttBtISM A AuatTSG
0 0InlllAI
InlllAI TSG tG Z1 un unLoBdOD d2S d2SLondon
London Sept at SThe The steamer r tf tfsaw 1flaW Wit Witsaw >
saw has landed at t Leith fourteen mem members metsbers m mbers ¬
bers of the crew of the tbeDutcb tbeDutcbSophie Dutch vteaBwv vteaBwvSophie steametSophie
Sophie Annet who it was feared haV haVbeen IuWIIcn h hbeen
been drowned by by the foundering of th thsteamer tile tilestpamet thestamer >
steamer The Warsaw tried to tow tow2the tmrthe towthe
the Sophie Annet to Leith but the thelatter thelatter thelatter
latter sank sankBALFOTTR sankBALPOUlt sankBALFOUR
S
BALFOUR GOBS GO KOXK KOXKLondon OIBLondon HouLondon
London Sept Sf pt pt 26 26Premier Premier BallWur BallWurand arand Baliburand
and Lord Esher Esh > r deputy governor elller of ofWindsor ofindsoI OfWindsor
Windsor indsoI castle cash left It > t Barmoril today todayMr todayMr todayMr
Mr Balfour went to his estate e tale at atWlfIt atWlfIttlngmm Whit Whittingham Wtlittingham
tingham Preston Prt t1and and if j not expected expectedto ex eote4 of ofto
to return to London L udon until after tfc tfcSheffield tile tileSheffield theShetheId
Sheffield meeting mfet IlI Oct kt 1 1STBIKB L LSTRIKE 1STRIKE
STRIKE RIOTS MOTSUiiTm 1tIOTSHIJlin RIOTSJilin
UiiTm Sent elt tSef Several > r11 riots riotscurrfd roburrd rot ou oucurred
currfd hire owing to the striking strikingnihus strildngnlhu strikngsin strikngsinnlhus
nihus men surrounding the t tw vehie vehiedrhen vehkdriven vehicle vehicledriven
driven by nonsirikcrs boating bi ting the ttribdrivers twdrivers thedrivers
drivers and cutting the harness ham ha iss > of th thnoises thhollIeS the thebomiies
noises Police Mounted ounttd and n ncharged nit ootbarged nitcharged < >
charged mobs which hkh wore l hre caking cakingwindows eakingwindows king kingwindows
windows on the Moritz pliit pliitRECEIVED phtRECEIVED t tRECEIVED
S
RECEIVED BY THE PQ3PE PQ3PElon PQHRnnl PQPERome
Rome lon e Spt 2i jAtgr Mgr OConnell ro reetsr reetsrof It Itof tr > r
01 of tl Ih t Vnthollc athol itholic university at Washing Washington Wmintoim 71hin 71hinton ¬
ton wa was rtncivid in private rhatE att lul1l audiim H < in inlay 1 1oJ I IIiiy >
oJ lay Iiiy by b bs tho noi POi e who ho onHvorsotl n iivirs Ir with withhim It th thhim 11 11him
him him nicPt nil niost t nrUially i ordiall si iiyiii yinJ that tti t he hethe hurt hurttho l1 < rl rlth
the th future of the university very much muchat
at heart

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