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L 1i SALT c A I Ifl LKE r AI71P CrPY 1fPV UTAH flPAIT MONBAY M N A V SEPTEMBER SEPTE TPM1i lBE1 28 19 1908 I QflZ OS It gets t result reauJtaI
Lfl1J 1 iJLLJ 11 1 1 ti i i z Li J LJJJLAJLJ J A J 5 LP
Manna Declines to Meet Com Competitor Competttor Comrnpetttor ¬
petttor For Sanatorship Sanatorshipj SanatorshipMAKES Seftatorsb p
4 4 j IMAKES
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f OLT OLtBUS XBU8 BUS O Sept 27 ITTIM 7Tb The reply replyI 17 17of
I I C LI of Cnahntan IMck of the Repuf RepufIK ReputIha RepUP RepUPIhan
IK Iha Ihan an state committee to Charlea Charlearalen Claar Claarden CbrleolaIen
ralen den of Ir the Democratic state commit committoe commItt1t cOmWitde1inIn
toe de deJlnlngUle de1inIn < lining the challenge of John H HClarke IIlarke Hlarke
larke the Democratic De ratle nominee ee for the theVnited th thlnlted thtnited
Vnited States senate to a joint t debate debatev debatIth debateItti
v Ith 8 Sfnator < > nator M A Hanna was given givenout givenout iven ivenout
out tonight Chairman Dick says ya in inpart Inpart In3irt
part partI
I regret r > t that candor compels me to toHH tffay t te4
HH fay y > that tha t I find some rather serious ob objfctlon objfd objftIn
jfctlon jfd lon to the theeondltlons conditions of your 7pur pro proj proo pronaI
j > n naI i l There ought to be some separate separateDuality eepnrateI epnrateiuallty
Duality < I us awmuluaUty a mutuality in a Joint dI8cu dI8cuFilln dtuqIfl dis us uspion
pion Ifl I fear you hare overlooked that thatphase thatphase thatphse
phase of If the case Let me particular particularize ¬
1zr ize Mr Hanna s party Has but one onet oneId
Id < t of principles while bUe Mr 1 Clarkes Clarkesjarty ClarkejIJa Oladces1trfy
jarty Ja rt J JJHS a vast assortment u of prin prlnip prinfiplIC prinUl
fiplIC ip Ul s uu un4Hig the entire garoiit gann t from fromfl
fl I < trfnr t to dogma 4bcmaI Democratic > Popu Populi Popu1jt
1jt li t Agrarian AJ rarla ond Socialistic SocialisticThero 1oclalletteThf oc1allstIc oc1allstIcThe
Thero The Is 1 a tariff How does Mr MrOarko K KClark Mriark
Clark iark Ktand on that issue Bill party partyFtnnds partytamlM partyCtHI14M
Ftnnds all ll over < It In New England it itJs Itf Itis
Js f for or f free r 09 < e raw material and for pro prod pro1ted
1 1ted ted d tinfohod products in I Texas Tex It is isf I Ifnr Icft
fnr f r protected raw material and for free freefinishe freefll1l treelinisheil
finishe fll1l hecl < l products Does Mr Clarke Clarkefavor Clarkefa Clarkefavor
favor fa or a t Tariff for revenue venue only or ortariff a atariff At
tariff t < rltr for revenue with incidental pro prot profdion prott
t fdion tt i 1 Ijn ion Is I I he > a a Gorman tariff tarl Demo Democ DemoTift Demorat
c rat or a Johnson John n notariff Democrat DemocratIf
If r he favors fn rlrs any kind of a tariff let letIIMII JetIitn
IIMII debate with Mr 1 Johnson who Is Isjiii In1i1 1 I
jiii absolute itl olute tree trader and would re rej FepdI I
j pdI t il 1 every tariff rlff and Internal revenue revenuelaw FeyftflUeIa
law Ia 1 W and II nd sell all I the custom houses housesWhat housenw1t
What Chance Has Haana HaanaMr DaJ1 DaJ1Mr flaanaMr I
Mr Clarhe has all these strings trI on onMs onI I Il
Ms I l bow and more too What chance chancedo chancedfS I Idots
dots do s Mr Hanna Han who has only onl one onering on onFt
tl ring to his bow have In disputation disputationwith I
w with i t Ji such a man 7 Mr Hanna stands standspit etandellt I Ipa
pit pa llt t When Mr Clarke Joins a party partythat part1hat partythat
that stands pat fat anything Mr Hanna Hannawill HaDDaW Mannawill
will W ill talk with him himThen himThtn himThen
Then there tM to the coinage colna e question questionHow questionnow quentionhow
How does Mr Clarke stand on that thatThe thatrh thatrh
rh The absolution Mr Bryan gave him himvonld himollitl himwntil4
vonld ollitl tirgue that he is I not a stand standletter Moodatter laDdIa
letter Ia atter tier Indeed Mr P Bryan says he is isD IeJ1Ot in2t
D J1Ot t Then T n If Mr Clarke Is really on onthe onthe onI
I the th Kansas City platform and Is bound boundt
t have ha e a debate with somebody let letMm lethim letlim
Mm hunt up the Palmer and Buckner Bucknerjlatform BucknerItform Buckner1tforni
jlatform and debate with that If on ontho onth onthr
tho th othtr hand he is still tUI a goldbug coldbuJIP <
lip has ha no quarrel with Mr Hanna Baa on onthat ont onthat
that t ha t score IIcleexStanator exSenator Charles A ATowne Arrnwne Aowne
Towne owne is the man he is looking Ioold for foror foror fornr
or the Hon 110 John J Lents might do In Inn IAn Inft
n pin plnfth h ft It Hr Clarke C were elected electedto
to the agnate te would ould he vote on thfe thfeu dIIlJrrftKt
IlJrrftKt < u rrerKv ideation lbMJon on with the th gold Demo Democrats DemoIIals DemoOr ¬
crats or wIts the free silver Iver Demo DemoThe Demotote
The 9The 9 TjteiNsMfoa sUte tote ptioVm pOr1nLr5 l r rtht ae aelar
< lar Lr5 that every one of the war waaf 11 11It war4rnendme
f It mendnn < sjts is binding bmaa to 1DOnW 1DOnWver honor aotEry Mfbtt Mfbttrer
rer ver Ery > American cttisen Why did dtdXr dtdXrlclrke Mr MrCUirke Xr1rke
CUirke lclrke > ay y In his Akron speech that thatthat thatthat thatth
that th platform winds Inds up with the thecifdaration tbePI thedelration
cifdaration PI ration that amounts to a nulli nulliiKiition nulli1lvatlon null1iatlon
iKiition of f the fifteenth amendment amendmentWhere amendmentWhere amendmenVWhere
Where does Mr Clarke stand on the thevar thear thewar
war ar amendments Does he believe in inthem Infhm Inthem
them or will he favor their repeal I Iho IhP Ti
ho i in harmony with 1th Senator Tillman Tillmanxv
xv ho h has boasted that whenever colored coloredv colo colotpr coloredtrs
v ters tpr attempt to exercise the elective electivefranchise electterinhis
11 franchise rinhis nhI8p In South Boutl Carolina he will wtuth1 wiltT
T 11 3 rot p tho thattempt attempt with lth a shotgun If IfIA Irf
f IA 1c < tpd < t td > d to the senate Date will 111 Mr Clarke ClarkeJoin ClarkejIII ClarkeS
Join S lii hit hi colleague coJl ue from Tennessee ee Mr Mrarmaek MrC Mrarmaek
C armaek a and vote for his bl resolution resolutiont
° to t repeal tile fifteenth amendment I Irr Is I
Yr rr r Clarke lark willing will to explain plain his hilitlnn posi position p ptlofl ¬
tion on these vital questions questionsIjssjt questionsi
i Ijssjt Series z zWhere of Hoasons HoasonsWhere auo auoWhlreea
Where Whlreea does Mr Clarke stand on onth onfh ona
a th > Philippine PhfJi plne question Does h hfrnnd hIlI1d hnd >
frnnd IlI1d nd with Mr Bryan Dr when he was waslobbying Widhhylng
lobbying 1 hhylng y1ng at the capitol at Washington Washingtonf
f the ratification of f the treaty that thatt thathnl
t fi hnl d the Island to us Or later when whenin whenIII I
in the campaign of INS J he advocated advocatednn l lHl
nn Hl American A protectorate Or when whenMill wbentill whentili
Mill till later he declared for their abso absolute abio1ut absolut ¬
lute 1ut Independence Ind ndenCe Ooes Mr Clarke CUrkeptarwl Clarketnn4
ptarwl 1 It n4 for any or all three of these these7ronosltions tlietNyoOlltiooll theserosltion I
7ronosltions rosltion Does Mr Clarke < rke sid sidith side sidev d
v ith i t h th thl t he eastern Democrats the iv ivor re reI reI I
or I r rn nntzersir a n IzeraJ Izere Democracy Democra cy today wears wearsp
p many > colors appears under so many manytlifferent mall manyl I
tlifferent 11 l i fTf flrrent > rnt shapes and forms assumes BAu asnum so soirany solranv
irany 1TH Il disguises dillgul e that I feel it would be betin berfll1r be1Irfar
tin rfll1r fair to t Senator Hanna to ask him himt I
t < > meet TT14f t Mr Clarke in a joint debate debateuntil debateHII debateTuIttI
until HII t I hi J is 0 advised more fully fuilyas as to toMi tol f
Mi II r C In l rices rV position on the subjects subjectsJIMIVO nubjeetsnwv ubjectRn
JIMIVO n nwv Om diluted 811 to until he learns what whaJ what1trtjeuIar
1 articular IIt Itula r lkand ncand rid of Democracy moracY Mr 1Irhrk4O Mrrke
< 1 hrk4O rke > ctahas c Il as his h l until he knows knowsviuther knowI knowsluther
luther I 1111 hr be 1ae1It Is expected exp ed to debate with withMr withlr
Mr 1 lr flarke IRrk the corporation ratl n lawyer or orMr orr orTr
Mr ¼ Tr r Clarke Iark the tb candidate for United Unitedsenator UnitedF
F t t ts senator senatorPOISON eato1POISON seflfPOISON
Seattle Baby Dies From Drink Drinking Drinking Drinking ¬
ing Forwildchyde Fon fdehyde in Its Food FoodArrest FoodArrest FoodArrest
Arrest of Dairym Diirymen DiirymenKattlc n nattlt nSatte
Kattlc attlt Wash h Sept 27 ZihDel 27k Cervner rener Hoye Hoyet HciYerday Hjyetrday
> t trday rday nt ICtnll stqued i lfd d th the funeral of a W Wi If Ifnth 30nthnotl
i nthsold nth old child un < n the way to the thlc thlcumt cm cmand imirv
irv < > and held an autopsy r over the body bodyit
II a it the ih morgue mrtrIII which hlch resulted in finding findingihiit fludingh
ihiit ihr hf h child di fUcJ J from drinking drlnJ nlf lulls nulKniiiuiltn IDJK1amlna lullsj1Ifll1I
niiiuiltn j1Ifll1I formaldehyilc The milk was wasIuri wasirhas
Iuri irhas hai I fr > m H l loel < ci < l dhr Ili > Which Whichni W whichril h
ni r yet ii usm tt mt 1 t IW y It th h Jnf offlrors ffk I r r hut hR nr R zirtF I IifHtK i irF
ifHtK rF wii pri pr prIbIy ibly ly I made The > pro propi proPjr wu wup
pi Pjr p trf > > t > rs will t h > > rhnrgcd with murder murderih murderTho
Tho ih 1 h tIrcnl > irriit r th tt < hlld are Ureeks UreeksakinK Untklpkin Oreeksptkin
pkin akinK IUJ VncHF v Dr I Ludlow city cityilth
h 1 ilth lth h fricer f fI aj a aJlndl > nd nrl1 1 th tlc child Hndro Hndrot and cnd rp r rI
1 II t sign < certificate rt fiiato that the In ¬
fut rlii tJ 11 1 frrtrn fr
in rvuutil rnis 1111 v He corn oomniiiiM OmTllIlli4toj cornT <
niiiiM TllIlli4toj T Iji e4 MU t 1 lj ii i Huapj IUlflntt tiS i the th > coroner cormierwin
win 0 110 hi tt t MII iqp f O t v st eteI i t investigate hlfllltigatpXACHIXE hiistigateMACHINE I IMACHINE
Itrit1tfI1 I trt1iI n1z tn n N J Sejt lt iTThe Th The plunt phi ifl of
th < HVrrirnte Miuhlm c umfanv It WlI jis > de deitnivtd dllruYHI doly
itnivtd ly I fir fire tonight tonIJl It Loss Lo Lonek SIJt SIJtJlarllall 1 > OW OWpartial
k partial insured Th oompiny > ompln mpanlaturel manu
rcrurefl i mong < mon = othei thIngs hhig fIne dies lien1r
for culm 0111 and medals mfds etc l te
MUST PAY 50000 50000OR 50000OR 50000OR
4 t
r 1 1Attempts
Attempts to Extort Money From FromNorthern Fromftorthern FromNthern
Northern Pacific Pacifict
4 4A t
+ t
i ir
H r T EtENA E EKA Mont Sept 27 TIt It ha ham hatl haw hawdeveloped
tl H m developed that the recent at attempts attempteto attempts
tempts tempteto to dynamite the bridges bridgesand bridgesand Idees Ideesan
and track Oft the llnej line yf > f the Northern NorthernPacific
I Pacific between t ween Livingston and Mis Missoula Mlsare MIssoul
soul are in furtherance of a plot to toforce toforce toforce
force the railway company to pay 50 50tor 50 50M9 50e
M9 e forimmunity tor Immunity from the outrages outragesIn
In August last the company received receiveda
a letter demanding HSMO 1100 and it was wasthreatened wacthreatened wasthreatened
threatened if the terms proposed were werenot werelot werecot
not agreed lI ed to dynamite would weu1dbe I be used usedon usedon useion
on the line lineKb I 4No
Kb attention was w paid to the t demand demandand demandalHf de band bandand
and shortly after the railroad bridge at atLivingston atLlvlnpton atLivingston
Livingston was partially wrecked w ked by bydynamite bymhe bydyoamlt
dynamite mhe and a few ew nights later an another anothe another ¬
other tick of dynamite wus exploded explodedmar explodElHaBosernaP explodednear
mar lHaBosernaP Baseman under a passing pa ll1ng train trainOther trainOtMr trainOther
Other letters Iettetafuilowed followed and the dyne dynemiters dlltmite dmamiters
miters mite proposed propoMdthat that the company pay PILland y yseeo
MM and If ttacceded It td to the demand demandit demandlit
lit I it was wa to carry a white nag on en engines enQH ¬
gines QH hauMng hau trains and Sept 22 was wasto Wast wsto
to run a lI light bt engino en < from Butte to toMhwoula toMlRoula toMissoula
t Missoula and at a point on tbe road it itwas itte itwas
was to stop top on a signal and an agent agentof ent entof
of the company was to pay over the themoney t tmoQey themopey
money The company mpan7 hoplngto catch catchthe e etchthe tch tchthe
the men men put out the white flags and andon andon andtin
on the night agreed upon ran the light lightengine UShencine lightengine
engine Behind it followed another anotherengine anotherennepulltnC anotherengine
engine ennepulltnC pulling two cars One was wasfilled wasfilled as asAiled
filled with tth armed sheriffs sheri < and deputies deputiesand dqutlesand deputiesand
and the other contained horses ee and andbloodhounds an anbIoodbowacla andbloodhounda
bloodhounds The run was made from fromBntte fromButte fromButte
Butte to x Missoula but there was no nosignal nonal nosignal
signal nal and it was thought the men ha1 hadbeen ha1been ha1been
been scared off o Shortly after the let letters letten Jettern ¬
ten began to arrive am ve again In from the thedynamiters thedynamtten thedynamiters
dynamiters making maldn the same demand demandand demandDd demandnd
and nd telling the railroad if it agreed agreedto
to the terms to put the flags on the theengines theenlrl theengIaee
engines enlrl This the railroad company companyhas companybaa companyhas
has not done and in the past two twoweeks tow twoweeks
weeks w k there have been four attempt attemptto
to damage the line by the use of dy dynamUe dynanUte dynamU >
namUe nanUteI
I Plotters Are Bold BoldOpe Boldof Boldou
Ope ou of the attempts to blow up the thefollowed he
t trae teok ts ploes fa the ratlrecd 1IN8d d8 It
tIaIa city last Monday night Ibt ThIs wa
followed a afe1r few nights later by explosions explosionsen expiOlduCD
CD en toe track near Eluston and Btoasbnrg BtoasbnrgContinued Bl B1oOburgContthued bul1r i iCoatbnted
Continued on Page Three ThreeNIXON ThreeNIXON ThreeNIXON
Wfirts Wiints Democratic Do ocratlc HofflUrti HofflUrtiFor om1iattoi om1iattoiFor m I tto ttofor 1
For Mayor of f New York and andAnnoInccs nd
I Knnoonces Patform Patformf
+ New York Sept 8e Z7 27Lew18 Lewis Nix + 4on i
+ f on tonight announced his hi candi caa4lfI 4 4p + f fdaey I
fI daey for the Democratic floodlit noarInatttm floodlittt + r rf
+ f tlon tt n for mayor in a public state statemoot + f ff 1
+ f ment he said saidI t4 + 4
+ I am a candidate for the Demo 4 +
4 + cratlc Ic nomination for mayor This Thisf Tb Tbstatement Thinstatement + I
+ f statement is 1a4e made with a full fullf fullknowlede +
+ f knowledge of the uncertainties of +
4 the Democratic 8ttuaUon situation I desire desireto + f ff I
+ f to make it clear that I am willing willingto + f j
4 + to make a stand with those eDeano eDeanoctata Demo 4 + I
4 crts however small 11 their number num numwfto 4 4wfio
+ who believe that the Democraucparty Democratic +
4 party of this thl city should lead and andnot andnot +
+ not follow In the forward march of oflInl +
4 4 municipal lInl < reform reformSpeaking + f
4 + Speaking of the municipal cam 4 4 4poign
+ nalgn Mr Nixon says 111 111The 4 4 1
4 4 The battle will be > e won or lost 4 4on
4 on local issues that are old enough 4 j i
4 4 to have gained ained a permanent hold holdon holdon +
4 + on the public mind These issues 4 4gre
+ sre pollee blackmail b t1 and that thati thatlereenay 4
+ mercenary spirit which breeds din 1118h0M8ty dinhosesty 4
+ honesty Jn in the public service ervl e To Tothem 4
4 4 them may m be charged all the 4 4partys
4 + partys recent loss of local pros Pft8titre 4 4tige f
+ tlge The Democracy baa not notbeen 4
4 4 been beaten on these issues by Re 4
4 4 publican votes otew alone by any 4 I
4 means It has been beaten chiefly chleftyby 4 4by
4 + by Democratic mocratlc votes vot votuThe 4 4 4The I
+ The Democratic De tIc party of the thecity thecity 4 +
+ city has all the issues t In Its fa 4 4 4vor
4 vor or except these two It is I easily easilywithin easilywithin 4 +
4 + within its power to throw off their 4 4dead
4 + dead weight wel ht when bell it makes up its Itamind Ito4mind + I I
41 4mind mind to do doso so Its Iteright right to domi 4 I
4 nancy UOnC will wllfbe be restored as soon as 4 4 J
4 4 it does There can 1 be no doubt of ofthe 4 +
4 + the result 8ult of any campaign In Inwlatcb 4 4wkleh
+ which the th party explicitly and andwltbout 4 I
4 without equivocation commits commitU 4
4 itsjotf U to the reforms for which the tberitJ theit +
+ ctty it has four times voted otee In ten tenF tenMr +
4 year F yarsMr ° 4
+ Mr Nixon iXOb would say nothing nothlngmore nothingmore +
4 + more about a his candidacy candidacyWHERE candidacyWHERE + 4WHERE
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
Colonel Blake Blakeof of Irish Brigade BrigadeMakes BrigadeMakes BrigadeMakes
Makes Charges Against AgainstClanNaGaeJ AgainstCianHaGae4 I IClanNaGae1
ClanNaGaeJ ClanNaGaeJOmaha
Omaha Neb Sept 8 27 rCololh Colonel > l J F Y YUlake YDlak YBlake
Blake who commanded the th irish hri hriKiide brlKIa Julgnd
KIa gnd Kiide which fought with the th Bnem dur during d dIng diiiing ¬
ing the South African Afrt < n war tonight ad addressed H Hdremsod ddle
dressed tao Kmmeti memorial I meeting in incharge tRth Isthin
th thin city < y dnrtn during whIch hI mad nerlous nerlouscharges crluu crluuba
charge ba against the tb national officer of ofthe orUtI oCthe
the IlannaCJael I H Haiti III that the or organisation organtutkm orgaflizatlon ¬
ganisation raled 9WOOO m for tho th Irish bri brigade hrItllf brigijde ¬
gade tllf and informed him it had been for forwarded forwardM forwarded ¬
warded to that organization onranl tton on n hip hi n ntum rlturn rtturn
turn he h nays ayt he learned that th money moneywas ttut ttutwalt flitttewas
was not Htnt to t 8n South th Africa and that thatofficers thatotti lhtofficers
otti officers r nf the tb < lanaaQael Informed > d him himtfcat himthat I Itbat
that it luitl bu l been retained r by that t rler trIcrfor > rlerfur I
fur 01 the t nefit of returning veteran Up UpnKgertrd lieansertiil I
nKgertrd a 8f 1 that the amount had never been beendlntrlbuted beendlstrtouted I
dlntrlbuted dlntrlbutedC dl trtbutt > d
t tChkaco
Chicago ilopt i > l t T 27k C K Jo 3 Langdon sec ¬ I
of Armour A Co o died today of ofapoplexy Ofapoplexy
apoplexy apop uy aged 41 years eartl I
t 4 T ONDON Sept 27 2iCount Count De La Vaulx VA bc and Count Cou t DOutremont de lf Ip > + i iJCtndNi
4 L LONDO L JCtndNi nd today j n i a balloon near Hull Yorkshire having bavln journeyed journeyedfrom +
4 from Paris in seventetn 8tHnt n and threequarters r hours This is I the first firsttime + I
4 time that a balloon has successfully traveled travel 4 from France to England 4
+ Count De L La Vaulx lUX is one > of the beat known French aeronauts In +
4 August 1902 he irade the record balloon I
trip for that year having + 1 1RSCfnded
4 f ascended from fit f cloud near Paris and
landed at Oroes Hesse a dbl dbltanf + f
4 f tame of over 41 41t uilos uill which hle he covered ovtre In nineteen hours oug In 1801 111Uld and +
4 f again ag aga in in 1902 19o accompanied by b French warships he made mae endeavors to toctx +
+ 4 ctx 10 > s th thp Mediterranean from rom near n ° ar Marseilles to Algeria In balloons with withi +
+ a i vf r w v to t demonstrating d tnonfltratlng the possible po lble utility of balloons noontl In time of war +
4 Ho th t the se cforts were unsuccesful Last January he sent a trial bal + j
4 loo from ft1 < iI in Tunis across aro th > dstrt of Sahara with a view Iew to toa +
4 4 a an t i ilnnii LIfl11 J the t feasibility f b of an a au aerial trip P across a t s the h desert e ef 4 t
+ + + + + + + + +
f n j > 4 iT
The Man Whose Sole Object m In Life if I Is cM Money Making MaI < lng
Representatives n ati of O f 10000 Iron Workers Protest pr PretstAgaisew PretstAgaisewkGIP4flsiLndi tst Agamsifrty AgamsifrtyPkafc kRst kRsto
o Pkafc H kGIP4flsiLndi Ptans titonsUnd Under r Way Mean MeanPresidencyBuchanan Bitller Ba terBJJI1ff9r ittflr ittflrPresidency i
Presidency PresidencyBuchanan t s e cYBuchanan Buchanan May y Be Beaten I 1
+ t t 1
Ti ANSAS ANSil8C ANMSCITY CITY TTSePt Sept 27 2 ZTPtttsburg ZTPtttsburgK Pittsburg PiUburgCleveJ
K Cleveland CleveJ BU Buka3 aftai and Wbeellng Wheelingdelegate Wbeellngdelepltli WbeellngdeIegat
delepltli delegate representing repre tt o 10000 men mendecided mendecldtd mendecided
decided at a meeting metIisgbere tI here fft tonight to t to towithdraw towlthdtaw
withdraw from the l International a1 Asso Association AtJeoelation AseDelatIon ¬
elation of Structural Structun Iron Sridgo SridgoWorkers Br1d BrftteWorkeis
Workers la I the event of the continued continueddominance continueddomlnallCe continueddominance
dominance of Samuel Parks the New NewYork NewYork
York walking aJkln defecate in the annual annualconvention annualconvent1oo annualconvention
convention nowJteina no1llJ EiIIg held here hereMichael l1e l1eMlchael ere ereMichael
Michael Flaherty rty chairman of th thPittsburg tbPltt thPtttnburg
Pittsburg Pltt burg delegation d Uon will direct the theantiParks theantiPara theantiParks
antiParks tight ftghtonte < htODit onthe e floor of the con convention eODnton conventon ¬
vention ventionThe ventonThe nton ntonThe
The injection of oIp Parks and his in influence I Iftuentt hiIluenee ¬
fluence has so shaped sbapeddaln affairs that the theNew theNew
New York walking walkl delegate gatelll is an Issue Issueas tIe tIeaR
as directly opposed ed to the Buchanan Buchananregime Buchananregime
regime andit has been decided to fight fightit I
it out on that liije by b again attempting attemptingthe I Ithe
the reelection of Buchanan aa n At e caw cawcos canens I IWI
cos WI of Buchanan men tonight It was wasfigured wasfigured
figured that the president pre could count counten I
en < S voter votecParks voterParks ot
Parks said Id tonight that harmony harmonywould harmonYwould I Iwould
would prevail during durt the remainder alnder of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the session of the convention which whichwill wblchwill whichwill
will resume rHUIDe its sessions fo tomorrow tomorrowThe totnorrOwThe tomorrowThe
The refusal of the convention to togrant toKraut togrant
grant a charter to the new union unionknown unionknown unionknown
known as the New reek Hoasesmlths Hoasesmlthsunion H01lJllmltbsunion Ioenesmlthsunion
union which sent four delegates to tothis tothin
convention Delegate ate Parks says saysis IYIs saysIs
is a closed incident Inct eJlL These fte e four dele delegates deJe8at8 dfegates ¬
gates In a statementIssued ued to thecOn thecOnventJon theconventlon
ventkm say sayAn sayn 7 7An
An n Baaphatte 1inph kf Protest Protestin rott rottin
in In refusing f a charter e to the New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Mouaesmiths union fttCnyou flion you have vir virtually virtually virtually ¬
tually endorsed all aUilllat that Is bad and androtten androtten androtten
rotten in trade unionism a By your atr atrtion attion aclion
tion you have lost to your body the thegreatest t tKretestclty thegreatest
Kretestclty greatest city in the United States At Atpresent Atpre Atpresent
present pre ent you ntu refuse e tit t recognize an or organization 01IainlaatlOlwblChw organlzatlutwhiek ¬
ganization IainlaatlOlwblChw which wiM Ibe be in the tb end the thedominant thedominant thedominant
dominant power of MM a iron trades in inNew InNew InNew I
New York YorkThe TorkThe
The statement attacks Samuel muel Parks Parksand Parkllnnd Parksand I
and continuing says Keep that man manIn manin
In and within three mo months tba there will willbe
be nothing left ot t Ho B andthe and the Inter International Intlrnational International willi ¬
national association oebatloa will be down and andout I Iout Iout
out as far C as Ne York is I concerned concernedNow oncernodNow
Now No we wilt say y that any an organiza organization organization organixatlon ¬ I
tion that relies rell on onbrllte brute force to main mainTROUBLE malnTROU mainTROUBLE
Genera Tieup of Plants Through Throughout Throughautthe ¬
out autthe the Country is isThreatened isThreatened isThreatened
Threatened ThreatenedChicago ThreatenedChl ThreatenedChicago
Chicago Chl < a go Sept 27Every parking parkinghouse fac packinghobse kLav kLavOOUN
house plant in the United States is isthreatened i ithHtened Isthreatened
threatened with a tieup by a general generalstrike gentratNtrlke generalstrike i
strike of butchers t and affiliated work workmen worKInch ¬
men for or the first ftr t time in history unless unlessthe unltsthe unlessthe
the owners yield Ield to the demands of tht thtAmalgamated thlAmallamated thAmalgamated >
Amalgamated Meat Cutters Cut rs and Butch Butcher ¬ I Ier
er Workmen W orkmt > n of America Americahne AmerkaWhile j
While hne the packers are ar r willing to pay pn pnthe PaYthe j
the wages asked a hitch in negotiations negotiationshas negotlatlonhall
has arisen over the t demand of the thepackers thepekern
packers that the butchers b btlt tcbers hers Increase Increasetheir Imrea8ttheir increasetheir I
their amount of work Every Iery lodge of ofbutchers ofbttehere I IblOtcbflr
butchers in the country has been asked askedto
to vote on the demand of the packers packersand packe packeand packersand
and meetings will be helfl hl for the th pur purpose purpOle purpose ¬
pose throughout the country tomorrow tomorrowIf
If the vote shall Us uat unfavorable nJablt it is islikely I Ilikely islIkely
likely a general strike will be ordered orderedaffecting orderedatlecttnl orderedaffecting
affecting more than M000 men menPLAGTJE menC mciiPrAGUE
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 1 1PLAGUE
+ Tlcn Tain Tam North China Sept +
4 27 2Botb Both the plague and cholera choleraf choleraare +
+ f are raging at Pet Tang Tan d seaport seaportv eeaportftfty +
4 v fifty miles east ast of Tien Tsln Tlllnwh +
4 4 where wh > re 2009 deaths have occurred +
4 4 during durin the past two months The ThetOlnfl 4 I
4 town of Neuher Npuh r Taku and Tien +
4 Tsin T Tam in are a re not yet affected R 4
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + I
tain tam its supremacy will 111 in the end endmeet endmeet I
meet with disorder and disruption disruptionDelegate dlsptionDelepte disruptionDelegate
Delegate Parks Pa ka said tonight I am amquoted amquoted
quoted in New York as saying sayi that I 1am Iam
am going pin to raise all kinds klndoftJ oftrouble oftroubleupon oftroublenpon ubl ublupon I
upon my return I do not intend to tocall tnean tocall
call any strikes among the structural atreturaIIrofl structuraliron
iron workers engaged on building reetural1 II in inNew InNe InNew
New Ne York but if there Is not aChang3 aChang3In a athigtut
In the conditions at the East rive rivebrfiige riv rivce necbridge 1
bridge ce I TlI shall start something there therein tMrIn
in about two weeks weeksPresident weeksPresident f I IPre
President Pre Buchanan said I knowof know knowof
of of noreason why there shotiUlbe Bbou1clbelnrther any anyfurther anyfurther I
further trouble in the convention coaventtonThfte coventIoflThere
There will be no split splitProgramme splitProgramme I IProgramme
Programme of Parks Ken ICenA 1 1A
A A caucus caue attended by Parks Parkltand and his bisfollowers hisfollowers
followers is In session tonight and it 11I81 Is Isbelieed Iiibelleed litbefteed
belieed that a plan to expedite ex e the thebnsiuess thebustuess I IbUllhtfSS
bnsiuess of the convention to an sony ert sonyadjournment I
adjournment Is under consideration It IiIa
i 1e said that Parks is in favor of holding holdingj holdingn4ght ldtng ldtngntght I
j night sessions and it is probable that thatthe tItthe thatthe
the convention will be in session aeMteaolQOl tumor tomorrow tumorrow ¬ I Ir
row r w night Parks and his followers t it itis ItIs I
is said fear that President Pre ldeltt ldelttand Buchanan Buchananand Buchananand
and hissupporters his suppOrters intend to attempt attemptthe attemptthe i
the disruption of the present orgasms organisation orgasmsflub aat ¬ I
flub that they may reorganise the con convention conientlon ¬ I Ientlon
vention before a new set of officers Cftkoerselfcted is iselected ISelected
elected Parka wants w nts to nnish tlnJ the bu butd busiurns 1 1ness I IPt
ness of the convention on ven UOI1 including the theelection theelection 1 1electioa
election of officers before b ore Buchanan Buchanancan j jan
can an accomplish the disruption of the thepresent thepresent I
present organisation organisationH or nsaUon nsaUonH
H F Donnelly of Albany N Y is to tobe tobe I Ibe
be the Parks candidate candld te for the presi presidency p prestdency l ldEncTha ¬
dency dEncTha Those e opposed Op OMM to him assert assertthat assertthat t tthat
that his election will III mean a reign 4 4DNIsm u ubosstsm t tbossism
bossism by Sam Parks and that they theywill t1M t1Mwm theswill
will Vithdraw itbdnuv from the international internationalbody 1nt tnteniatlon3lbody atlln
body if it comes about aboutDonnelly aboutDonnelly aboutDonnelly
Donnelly ton tonight ht makes the positive positiveclaim OIItI positiveclaim c calm
claim alm that he swill 111 be elected asserting assertingthat arUngtbat assertingthat
that he has 55 votes out of 3t pledged pledgedto
to him himThe S I
The New York delegation del Uon decided d M to tnturn toturn
turn down SecretaryTreasurer Joh Johift Johtone Johstone
tone ft one for P J 1 Dalton of Chicago ChicagoJohnston Chi ChiJohnsten ChicagoJohnMen
Johnston is I a member of local N Nad No t 2 2and 2and
and a Parks supporter and nd it is be belIevfd believEd
lieved that by naming Dalton they theywould theywould theywould
would capture the western vole vo jn case caseo ca caseof I Iot
o ot a split 8PUtTbe The Buchanan crowd will willit willIt willit
it is said tulld1Icht light both Johnstone and Dal Dalton a aton Da Daton ¬
ton for secretarytreasurer secretarytreasurerWILL ecretarytreaaurerWILL secretarytreasurerWILL S
Washington Farmers Nearly iRe dy to toComply t tCompfy tOComply
Comply With Termsof Term5ofUtah Term5ofUtahSugar Utah UtahSugar UtahSugar
Sugar Company Owners OwnersSpecial OnersSpecial
Special tal to The HeraH HeraHTacoma HfraSLlQma NersILTacoma
Tacoma Wash a b Sept 8 p 27 il nflconstruction nflconstructiono Ognstructioa Ognstructioaof Jt tructl
of o a beet t sugar factory atory ajt n Froswr In InYaklma InYakima inYakim
Yakima valley aud It the construction of 0 a ab abtll ablt
btll b lt line Un railroad by ta the Northern Pacific PacificRailway PadftRailway PacificRailway
Railway company comp ny thirty mil miles iu n length lengththiouch lengththtough lengththuouih
thiouch the district and town of 4 Suimy Suimyeide 8ull 8ullt 8uitnside
side t arc now assured assuredSeveral assuredSevc assuredeverai
Several Sevc l months ago representative rtpre c U1t1u of oftbc ofthe I Ithe
the owners of the Lehi 4 ttah beetfactory beet sugar sugarfactory sugarfactory
factory and an of 1 several other factories fa tin In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the Irrtp irrigated districts of the Rocky RockyQIOUo RockyQIOUotan moufU moufUtain mou moutam
tan tam states visited IlSltt d the Pro and Sun SunnyaiJe SuUnyslJe SunnynIJe
nyaiJe Irrigation districts and after afterthorough afterthorough afterthorough
thorough investigation Inve lgatiun of advantages 01 01ffffd orftNd otfePed
ffffd for the establishment of the beet beetsugar beetluga beetsugir
sugar r Indusfy proposed propos to the people peopleof p oplE1 oplE1f
of f Prosper Pl er to t erect a 500ton per day fuc fuctwy fll fictory c ctor
tory tor in that city to cost e about abo J90CO oJII > with without wttbout without ¬
out bonus or any other < coasHlemtkm ex except ftt sicep
cept cep t that the farmers in Intbe the tributary tributarycountry tributa1Yontry tributaryOiifltcy
country shall engage to supply tnenw tnenwmaterial tbe be h hmaterial raw rawmaterial
material by raising 45900 acre crea of sugar < ar
beets per annum at 150 450 per pe ton for a aperiod aPtrlod aperiod
period cf five years yearsGrosser 1MtPro ynarnProeser
Grosser Pro r and Sunnysld Sunn 8Ide are now ready rt3d rt3dto
to accept the th proposition and the North Northern NorthtItl NorthSri ¬
Sri Pacific > ba ba ia i agret S8r agreed u to build the rAIl rajlirtwd rAIlroad
road d necessary to afford qulc quldvtraaUlPGr quldvtraaUlPGrtation vtr HSpor HSportation
tation from the irrigated 1n1 attrt district to t Pro ProKer Pros Procser
s ser er r where the factory wMl be locatf 1 < l
Many te tIt t carefully mad madeby made Jby y goverll goverllmfni goerflment oprll oprllmt1H
mfni experts show sho thajp tis WaeBfnfftot
beets b < cts contain a larger percentage tf tfiwgzir l lMiSfnr f flHlrar
MiSfnr contents than th i n those grown gtoi any ¬
where els eta in this countrv countrvu
55 0 SSS
u u 5 5
State ta 0ers ffif11 of the W West est to toForiB toS o oFOfiB
S Form isspciation A As ciaUoQ Agreed Agreedfr 4gr reed reedSpecial ed edJ
J fr tlporcaf tJpO1 tOg Ogdem err errSpecJal 1 1Special
Special to The Herald HeraldCheyenne HeraldChey HeraldCheyenne
Cheyenne Chey nne Wyo Sept 27 27Thl The state stateengineers stateeneJneer stateengineers
engineers of the several western arid and andMtmiarid andIK1miid andsemiarid
semiarid atat states s will form an association associationthe
the decision having been reached at the therecent tilerecent therecent
recent meeting of the Irrigation congress congressat congressat s sat
at Ogden after numerous discussions discussionsState dIIIc dIIIcState discussionsSlate ir
State Engineer Clarence T Johnson on of ofWyoming ofWyoming ofWyomIng
Wyoming was chosen en the temporary sec secretary MCand seeistary ¬
retary and he was also delegated to draw drawdans drawfor drawlp
lp plans dans for a permanent organisation organisatione organhnationCopies lsataon lsataonell
Copies e ell of the plane will be submitted Itted to toHieengineers totti tothe
Hieengineers the e engIneers and needed changes sug sugjsd nuigA
jsd l A meeting ee will be called 1 during duringwinter duringte U r rwlDter
te winter probably prO IY at Denver when whenorganization whE1torcanfzatlon whenthe
the organization will be perfected The Theobjects TheCieets
objects O jeets of the association nF atton will be to pro promete propiete
mete the Interests of o the state engineers engineersan eatineeran eoineernen
an interchange of information relative to toIrrigation toI toirrigation
Irrigation I tlon laws etc The engineers have havelong havelong
long felt the need of such a union and andall andall andall
all are a re heartily in favor of the new newmovement newMOVement newmovement
movement movementTRADE MOVementTRADE movementTRADE
Business s in May Was Greatest Gr tt Since SinceAmerican SinceAmerican SinceAmerican
American Occupation OccupationWashington OccupationWaahiDgton OccupationWashington
Washington Sept 27 iThe The returns of ofPhilippine ofPblUppine ofPhilippine
Philippine commerce for May 1903 show showtile showUe showthe
tile foreign trade of the islands aggre aggregated aarepted aggregated ¬
gated for the toionth ontb tt872962 r 82S02 exclusive exclusiveof
of o government trDment supplies aupplt and gold and sil silver altee sl slet ¬
ver tee et being even greater than that re reported reported ¬
ported por d for April of 0 the present year the thevalue tbeIue thevlue I
value Iue of o which exc 4xcet exceeded dett that for any anyblngle an
single month since American occupation occupationimportations occupationimportations
importations amounted to 3J91 3J91 OCCupatton1 o5 be being be being ¬
ing in considerable N IId rI1be in excess of the monthly monthlyaverage Batbl Batblarag monthlyaverage
average as a result of heavy purchases purchasesof I
of foodstuff The outgoing trade in included ineluded ¬
eluded shipments of Philippine products productsto pcocIuctto
to > the value > or 1 1 3481227 < For eleven elevenMonths elevfnmonths elevenMonths
Months ended May 31 1903 1 l9i the total trade tradeamounted tradeamounted
amounted to 9flO576245 O754 6t while for tradPj the thecorresponding theMUrtllpondlnl theerrespond1ng
corresponding period rlod of 1902 ISO the value was was9Vg821 was1iIm wasThe
1iIm 1iImMae 9Vg821 v90
The gain Indicated by the foregoing foregoingi foregoluglauren
figures i lrH In due to the extraordinary txtrannlinan in increase increase ¬
crease In exports portH especially of lcmpopra hemp hemppra em emopra
< opra > pra shipments also o are on the Increase Increaseand 1DcrIa8Cthe tucreaseand
and the exportation of this product now nowranks 11010r nowranks
ranks r nks second in importance > followed by bysugar b blRIgar bysugar
sugar and tobacco Customs revenues revenuesto 1eentMato
to the lilaC of 8500006 were collected collectedduring coIleeteftduriq collectedduniug
during the eleven e ft1 months of ISM an In Increase inTease
crease au amounting to over LQOOQ09 LP as com compared cowpared ¬
pared with the previous year vrarMRS yearMRS ar
010 010MRS
Condition of Sick SickWoman Woman Indicates IndicatesRecovery IndicatesRecovery
Recovery RecoveryBuffalo Recoveryfutfaio
Buffalo Sept St pt 17 7it It wan stated at Cas Castle Ca Cat as astie ¬
tie t Inn this evening fvc > nlng that Mr Jefferson JeffersonDavis
Davis had ha rallied during the > day lIa and andthat andthat
that her condition showed a decided im improvemelit j jprovement
provement While bOe the improvement IUIrovem nt Is isftrked i imarked
marked the th doctor will not go 0 IW u > far as asta asto
ta taJlY say that Mrs Davis in l out of danger dangerThe dangerThe dangerThe
The rally began gan early today tooa She had nada
a trying time Saturday Satunl and this thl tlft Ititer fter fterHOOII > r raooll
HOOII anxiety anxet was depift depicted Hl on or the faces facesof f aeca aecaof c cot
of Ihnse who wi1 > silently entered and left leftthe Iftthe
the sick chamber chamberlira chamberMrs
lira Davis Dav sank Into a restful sleep sleepafter sleepafter
after midnight and when wh n she he awoke this thismorning thhO thismorning
morning O I she smilingly Informed n the e eThe nurse nurseat nurseat
ftWr ntmt tmt
at her bedside d that she h felt much better betterThe betterThe t
The > Improvement tmJ1rove I t1t continued throughout throughoutthe
the day diiyDUKE dol dayDUKE
Took Chill at House Party on Thurs Thursday TlNlIIday Pliursday ¬
day Last LastIxindon LastLondon
London Sept pL 2 Tht Th Duke of Rich Richmond Rlchmund Richmend ¬
mend l lennox ennox and am Gordon died late lat last lastnight lastnight
night at Gordon cattle Banffshirc as asthe astbe usthe
the result Tf ult of a chill hm contracted on Thurs Thursday Thursd Thursday ¬
day d last The duke had been htt n giving gh Jll a alarge
large r house party and the castle was full fullOf fullOf fullof
Of guests gue t when > n the gravity of his seizure seizurewa seIzurewas
was wa u nnnoumed tnounc fd Most of the guests left leftth leftt leftthe
th t the castle Friday f1a and Saturday
The Th deceased was the sixth Duke of ofRichmond ofRIchmond ofRichmond
Richmond He was born Feb 27 27and ljs ljsand P1 P1and
and succeeded his father in 1S80 1Si He held heldptcsldent heldat
at varIous rlou8 tim iOvercrnent oprnmE > nt positions or ofpteidcnt
ptcsldent > nt of trade t lord president prf iident > of o tho thocouncil th thflJUncll theonclI
council and secretary for or Scotland He HeWill HeWOI Hewill
Will be succeeded 8 fded by his eldest el t son the theEarl theEflrl theIziri
Earl of March MarchFOTTGHT far MarchPOUGHTWITHSWORDS h
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
4 5 55 +
4 T Paris Pa riM Sept 27 27A A < ie with withwordl 4
4 4 sword has been fought in the therroundl thegrounds +
4 grounds of a country club near nearBlarrlta +
4 4 Biarritz between Count Arcos IC08 of ofClaviJo 4 4
4 4 Clavijo and the Marquis of Ar Arto 4 4tg 4 4guIda
tg to guIda ida The > latter was thrice thritewoun 4 4wounded 4wounded
+ wounded woun ed in the wrist and the fore torearm 4 +
4 4 arm arme 4
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
S t 4NewYk
Newferk Hew Ywk Physician Arrested Arr Sted IB IBSaltUktf iRSa i iS iFRiENDS
SaltUktf SaltUktfFRIENDS Sa I tLakf tLakfI tLakfFRIENDS
i t tA
A S A SEQUBNCTE to a visit to a Salt SaltL Salttx t tLake
A tx L Lake gambMng pm house Dr DrB George GeorgeH
H Gray of New York was ar arrested arr8 atrated ¬
rested yesterday y After losing lo lnc money moneyhe moneybe moneybe
be sought to replenish his depleted depletedpurse depletedb deplete4pulie
purse by pesslngsfl passing alleged ged bogus checks checksHewas che checksBewaa k5 k5B411wa
Hewas B411wa arrested and detained in Ii cue custody cutoly cuetody ¬
tody antS frlesias frieo redeemed the checks checksaad checksa checkssad
sad a secured ate hJIIeIeue release Dr Gray Graypassed Graypu Graypsaned
passed cheeks Ch drawn 4 I8W1I on the National NationalBak NationalRink i iBank
Bank of theRepublic tile Republic of this city for fo j jX7
X7 576 5 and MO 4 the one Ol1eupon upon lg Simon Simonad SimonId Simonod
ad the other on Brown Terry TerryWoodniff Terr7Wooc1r1i TerryWoodr
Woodniff Woodr K Inquiry at t the bank din disclosed cttsc101i dinchided ¬
closed c1 the fact that the doctor had no nofunds nof nofuithete
funds f fuithete there ttIiI6 and complaint was made madeto madto
to the oflteers ecei Dr Gray was located locatedto J
In his room it L the Keoyon and held in incustody InC Incustody
custody C ocI7 by a deputy sheriff until la last lastnight t tnight tui
night ui t when the checks c were made madeStood madegood I Igood
good StoodAccording goodACOrdbuf goodAccording
According to the story t Jy related to the theofficers theofIICPf theofficers
officers by Dr Gray he is a prominent prominentphysician prominentphysician romlaentb7SI
physician b7SI lan In New ew Tt Ttrk > rk and andn1ved andn1vedbtll arrived arrivedhe arrivedhene
he btll with his 111 wifea Wife a few r w days ago aO on onbis onhim
him 111 way waytoC to California 1itornJa to spend a vaca vacation vaca1IoB incaties ¬
ties S
1IoBpbsst 5 Against a Bww Brace Game GameThe GaDaee Ga GaTbe
The e story lOU told o me n by Mrs In Gray GraYUlfputy Grayssi4Vflputy I Ithey
ssi4Vflputy Ulfputy Sberhf White I t tat tatth a atUjo
they th arrived nadve rtv here with 780 780 780imbibed Dr G GIIDWbedtoofreely Ga GaImbibed
imbibed IIDWbedtoofreely twfreely and was enticed Into Intosome tntoac intoaspe
some eof of the gambling blk1g houses In the thecity tb tbI thecity
city She says 8a78heoat he lost all of his hi money moneyWhere mone7Where moneywhere
I Where bet it abe does not know and andhe andhe andhe
he cannot t tell for be e claims that he heW1UI1I hewas j jwas
was W1UI1I under the influence of liquor and andthinks andthln andthinks
thinks thln he IIepla7ed played a fleece ft game gameK gamen gameIt
K ssciiin that Mrs Gray has some somefriend om9frIeJa4t seinefris4s
friend in 1Jat the city and they stopped stoppedhere stopped1aeret1i stoppedhere
here 1aeret1i that sheand e aDd nd her husband might mighthave mighthave bt bthave
have a chance to meet them The Thefriends Thefrlendtl Thefriends
friends introduced him J m to Mr Simon Simonand Simonnn4 Simonand
and to the proprietors at Brown Terry TerryA TerryWon4rufts
A Woodruffs Woo4r Saturday night Dr Gray Grayto Grayet Oralwet
wet et IJI iio SimOns aloon loon and Pt him himt hhnto
to t 1 cash a check for 75 A little later laterhe laterlie laterbe
he went to t the furnishing tarnl hlnlf store and andcashed al1dClUlbed andcashed
cashed one on for 140 40 The checks were werein werein wereIn
in his d own name and drawn on 0 the theNational theNateIW theNational
National Ban of the be Republic RepublicFriane RepultlkFrl
5 Friane Frl JCaka Good GoodThe Goode GoodThe
The e manager m n naer of Brown Terry TerryWoodruff TerryWoodruff Ie IeWoocInJ1t
Woodruff company became suspicion suspicionyesterday IlU8plctoallaDd
yesterday e terdy and inquired of the theI thecotJnued casidee casideeCoutinued
I Continued on On Page Pa Three
EscapedOrsgon Prisoner PtisOf er Wound Woundedby Woundd
edby d bySberiff by Sheriff VIRile Making MakingDash Mak MakingS ng ngh
S Dash h f9r ferUtoFfy ferUtoFfyVanoouver ferLIbereyVancouver U efty eftyf eftyVuver
Vancouver Wash Wa3bSept Sept J7 7W W J JBurke JBurke 1 1Burke
Burke the escaped prir prisoner from the theHllteboro theHUlBboro theHtjisboro
Hllteboro Ore Jai was captured on onFourth onFovrtb OnFoirth
Fourth Plain road six mile miles from Van Vannrer Vanr Vancoer
nrer r last evening eventD after being shot shottwice slaOttwice shottwice
twice Burke was w unarmed He was wasbrought wasbro wasbrought
bro brought t to tre te St Jospeh hospital in this thiscity thlllcity thiscity
city Burke is wanted on a charge ot offorgery otforcery otforgery
forgery He escaped e ed from the county countyjail eountyjail countyjail
jail at Hfllsboro about two weeks ago agobut agbut agobut
but was recaptured at Stevenson Wash WashHe WashHe WashHe
He escaped a d from the sheriff there and andwas anan anewas
was again n recaptured by a deputy at atLower atLower atLower
Lower Cascades Wash only to escape escapeagain e8CapelIpln escapeagain
again alter overpowering the deputy and androbbing andtobbtnc androbbing
robbing him of his arms It wa was thought thoughtthat thoughtthat
that Burke e would put up a desperate desperatefight dewperateflbt desperatefight
fight before being ln taken Burke was in inhis InhIiI Inhis
his brothers house when the sheriff sheriffopened sherirtopener sberltfopenel
opened the door and covered him with witha
a revolver PeY He started to leave the thehouse the1I0W1e thehouse
house wh when n the sheriff shot him himDUU 111mDUtL himDUll
UneasiaffW UneufDr of Investors Causes Com Complete COm COmplete Cornplete ¬
plete Stagnation StagnationIxmdon StqnationLOndoD StagnationLOndon
LOndon Sept 27 iThe The uneasiness uneui con concerning eonc concerning ¬
cerning c the e money market loth in Lon London 1oncb LanJo ¬
don Jo and New York Yo resulted In complete completestagnation completet completeatagnatio2
stagnation t last week k on the stock mar marKets marets
Kets et ets which passed through a week weekunrelipvad of ofunrelirvad t tunreJvod
unrelirvad depression Renewed realiza realizations rea11atIons realisetons ¬
tions tons especially Jly of investment stocks stocksproduced etockaprudced stocksproduced
produced a heavy fall in prices except In Intbe Iflthe > n nthe
the foreign department which received receivedstrong receivedstrong
strong support auppo rt from fro Paris where the thebelief thekUefprevaued thebeUefprevaTUed
belief kUefprevaued prevailed that the talked of war in inthe IntlM Inthe
the Balkans would be avoided avoid The pro prolongation proIfjogatJen prolengatien ¬
longation of the British cabinet crisis crisisand crisisad
and the political difficulties in Hungary Hungarydid Hu IfrY IfrYdid
did not tend to improve the situation situationAmericans lIItuatJonAmericans situatIonAmericans
Americans and Canadians CanaC aJI shared fully in inthe Inthe
the general depiesslon depl esIIa being dominated dominatedby 4omtntedbythe
by bytlle the situation on Wall street tr and the theposition tbepoMtfon thepoMtion
position in the United States Steel steelllbaJll steelllbaJlland shares sharesand sharesand
and they the shoved she ned declines 4e Hne8 on the week weekranging weekranging
ranging lf from2 from 42 2 to toCANDIDATES toCANDIDATES toCANDIDATES t S I
C CountryWsnts Country ntry WaD Wants I Protocol Man of Mod Moderate ¬
erate ViewsQogo Views ViewsBogota ViewsBogot
Bogota Qogo Colombia Sept 21 27No No o agree agreelaeat aarfelIaeJtt agreemeat
meat h hti bts s yet ye been bee arrived at t regarding regardingthe
the candida candidates lea for or the presidency pre8 1ency and andwhv andvlee andvice
vice presidency 0 of tpe the republic 1 1 ne men menwho
who were spoken of as candidates such suchas 5ucbU zuchas
as Senores Yele and Gonzales and Gen General GeleraJR Gencram ¬
cram Ospina and Perdomo are now out outof outof outof
of the running President Marroquin and andhis Andhis andhis
his son havedeclined have d declined dl to be nominated nominatedThe nominated1he nominatedThe
The country vltr wishes the election e1 < of men menwho menwho menwho
who will pursuer a peiic policy > of conciallation ctDclallationand i iand
and fraternity toward all parties The two twomen twOm twoturn
men m who are nowmost naw most in inpublc public view are aren areOen areJeneralReyesand
Oen JeneralReyesand n ralRe > e at amlftpnor nor Rico the actual actualforeign
foreign minister min tfor They are practical men menot
ot moderate views wa who 110 would be accept 3 acceptable Cfptable <
able not only onJw to the conservative ton lvlltlve national nationalIst
1st party but to the liberals I
So Say tie theSa1t Salt 5 1t tike Lake rfe tke Soda Sodafountain Sedafountidn SodaFountain
fountain Glides GlidesRESTAURANTS ChdsI ChdsRESTAURANTS
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+ f Percentage Percen tace of of8alt Salt JUt JUtwho L latwho ouu ouuwho +
+ who ask for liquor attountail11l atfountains at apt +
+ 4 fountains tountail11lPercentage fountainsPercentage s sPercentage > +
+ Percentage of Salt t Lakewho Lake WOBJMA wo wowho + t tf
+ f who ask for liquor wine wiDebeer or orbeer orbeer + +
+ beer at restaurants restaurantsMAN restaarhtafO IS ISro +
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fO ro > MAN alone belongs the atemaa A Atlve atemaatlve
1 tlve of raarchinir mICJ up UDW UDWand to the bar barand ba baand
and slaking kilo bthlnlt bthlnltfountain thirst a UM UMfountain thefountain
fountain of KID KIDaD Barlermra srkyionaan tat tatan
an investigation < m made Ia Zion ZIeDThe by byThe byThe
The Herald yesterday shows 8110 that tIIIat the thewomen uomen thewomen
women omen here have appetites for for8NUitlIn thespsrklin the thesparkling
sparkling < beverages 1 of the theand gte gb sbjepy sbjepyand Sj Sjand
and a large Jar percentage of ofmean them tke tkemeans 9mA 9mAmeans
means of orUtln gratifying their theirThere JrThere dl dlThere
There Is 1 no physiological bJ loscal reason why wltya
a woman should not have havetlW havetlWtute the ssona ssonataste ue uetaste
taste for or intoxicants that a man maJIaDd has hasand barnand
and although the rules of orwouN proprietor proprietorwouhl pmpilkjwould
would deny y her the right to imbibe imbibesudh boW boWudh habibnudh
sudh fluids she 1Ie does it At least that thatis u1Is thatIs
is the case In Salt Lake And from fromstatistics tremetatilltlcs frmnstatistics
statistics furnished by these who whoshouldknow wIIobould wheshould
shouldknow should know the proportion of women womenwho woJD8wbo Wmenwho
who indulge to a moderate degree to tofar IIItar lafar
far from a small one Not that Uaa they theypatronize ibepatronize theypatronize
patronize saloons 100 as the men do d bat batwhen b4ttwhen bUtwhen
when they are on to the ropes JOIMi8the repesthe as asthe
the slang expression eX I1 goes < they out outusually ClaDusuallY eonusually
usually get almost anything fnssa t tfancy a afancy afancy
fancy punch that contains liqUor IIQtIorte tie tosmall Jt Jtsmall
small 8 bottle either at a soda fountain fountainor l lor
or in a restaurant re taUTal1t where anything anythingfrom aaytIdbcfrom anythingfrom
from the amber fluid to bubbiyhnhM bubbiyhnhMwater bubblybulywater u uwater
water is served on 0111 the sid sido sidocourse x QC QCCOUllle < K Kcourse
course liquor is not supposed ed to i eat < jofa jofaat d dat >
at soda fountains but then com corahIiaI corahIiaIIs JMee JMeeis
is corn juice even though It Itother itother ha f fother > >
other name that is spoken oaIrJa oaIrJalanpace only m sign signlanguage si silanguage
language languageHfty lanpaceFttty I IJltty
Hfty Per Cent Say Sea SosaeInquiry So SoInquiry SeaInquiry
Inquiry at soda fountain elicited eIfeIWInformation the theinformation lb lbInformation
information that at plates where it Itnerally If itgenerally Ifgenerally
generally nerally understood hat t tare no liquors liquorsare
are served not less than 15 per cent of ofthe 0the ofthe
the women who call for drinks drinkaask there thereask uereask
ask that a little liquor be mixedla mixedlaAt mixed t tAt La LaAt
At other fountains where it ta known knownthat kJtownthat knownthat
that spiritous splrlto drinks are noW it Itclaimed is isclaimed I Iclaimed
claimed that nearly 50 per p cent of the thewomen tIaewomen thewomen
women patrons Indulge 1D alp In1 iafaDq fancy drinks drinksthat dIIabtbat drinksthat
that contain liquor To the layman laymansuch 1a1maJlneb laymansuch
such a thing thin would seem almost pre preposterous pr prpoeterous peEposterous ¬
posterous but the soda man who w wb deals dealsout eeI8cut deMaout
out the drinks knows This TbJ Indnlgesjee IndnlgesjeeIs I IIs
Is not confined to the common classes classesbut ciabut cioussobut
but is more prevalent among the theof best bestof bestof
of society and the highest class ela of ofpeople ofpeople ofpeople
people The Indulgence 1Dd ce is only op1te to o the themost t1Iet themogt
most t moderate degree degreela decreeh S
la Restaurants i 90 o 7er J Oettfc OettfcAt osAt o oAt
At restaurants the largest percent percentage oeatace pSroeatage ¬
age of women WoomeR todulgere to l piotIe J Jprominent A AptGIDift A Aprnneaztnrt ±
ptGIDift prnneaztnrt prominent restajirant tPPtntprop proptjeflr propfl propflgterday llllblf jjpjjiii jjpjjiiiyesterday
yesterday erd that not less tMh 1 1CftIt 1II 1IIcent prifcr prifcrcent
cent of the women who psJtBMupe p soe ree reetaurants J8taurant z ztaurants
taurants indulge in spirlttMUT spfJ1 L ttrhdni ttrhdniThis erDlaiTb18 erin erinThis
This estimate he has mad macIeperience ftvtn ftOinpenience eB eBperience >
perience of years yearsThere yea yeauTbete yearsThere
There are comparatively few fewmen wo women w wmen ¬
men said he who will IU not iaotIIONethJD tab tfcsomething tabsomething
something in the liquor line when wltenare th thare they theyare
are eating in a restaurant Of O course coursesome COQNIII COQNIIIlIOII1e causessome
some of them will take nothing 1IOtId 1IOtIdthan tnore tnorethan oco ocothan
than a glass 1 of beer with wl their tIIeIrand mjtafi mjtafiand ispand
and probably the larger proportion p ot otthem 0them ofthem
them drink this beverate but the Ulist tb wine winelist winelIst
list is patronized by thirty or forty out outof outof outof
of every hundred women In iRt fact It Itis itis
is almost a rare thing that a party Jl rtimen partymen of ofmen
men and women take lunch in a rer rertaurant ren rentaurant i itau
tau taurant rant without t having a aMttle aMttleSomething bottle of ofsomething ofomethIng
something opened I dont dol1tto dol1ttoImpl7 men to toimply toimply
imply that they drink too much 1Jda but butSome 1IIItthey betthey
they will take a glass 188 or ttir two I with 1UaSom e emeal
meal mealSorn
Some order cocktails and HighbaBs HighbaBsbut hJ hJbut highbs3but
but the majority prefer beer or win winI wme wmeI
I have noticed that many women womeapeclaUy es especially en enpcialIy ¬
pecially those that are traveling tra will wOlgo willgo iII iIISO
go into a restaurant and aII4and boy a bottle bottlethem bottleand
and have It wrapped UPte up to taJe folio wttk wttkthem
them themSome themSome themSome
Some women who like a taste of ofliquor orJ oflquor
liquor J quor but dont want others around UOIII4Itbem aroundthem aroundthem
them to know what they are drinking drinkingwHl dr1P dr1PwHI drinkingwill
will resort to various clever schemes ta taget Ieget toget
get the liquor withput wltho9ltUae the nature JIt of otthe ofthe ofthe
the drink being beln apparent teqbierverB teqbierverBThis tqllMrvTh1t5 to qbUirvrsThis
This is easily accomplished by orderisji orderisjia o i ia
a pot of tea and giving the waiter Walterproper waItertie waItertieproper Che Cheproper
proper high sign The waiter ter terDext i inext Is Isnext
next and returns turns in a few momenta momentawith tawith momentawith
with a crockery teapot and a cup an ansaucer DIll DIllsaucer altsaucer
saucer Of course e the content of the theteapot theteapot theteapot
teapot may be anything from beer to towine titwine Iswine
wine but to the casual observer the thewoman diewoman thewoman
woman is merely having a cup ef eXBLD tea teaHELD tenS tenLD
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4 Baker City Ore Sept ft ftManager + t
4 4 Manager Art Harris Barr a of o the Ctefser 0eJeerG1and 4 4Grand t
+ 4 Grand hotel of this city ci and a8Clnel Goto Cqionot + r rnel
+ nel E 13 Stewart of the Simmons SI + t tt t tHardware
4 t Hardware company St LouIs LouI8were 4 4Were t
+ were held up by a lone highway hsbwa7maD 4 4man r
+ man several mites above Sumpter SmnPtetm 4 r
4 1 + near m ar Hanover yesterday y e 7 morning m mThey morningThey 4
4 + They were relieved of alt aUtbe aUtbeJonginp their be 4 4longings
4 + longings including the contents of 4 ttheir 4 4their
+ their grips Mr Harris lost ever Tee 4 4
+ 300 300 in money and Mr Stewart Stewartrelieved Stewartwas was 4 4relieved
+ relieved of about abo 1t 7 70 They re re returned itturned 4
+ turned to Baker City this evesJMfb ev evThe eveogThe 4
4 The robber made good his escape 4 tleaving
4 leaving no trace whatever and IUMIhis > 4 4his
4 + his victims are unable to tosuMclent17 give a 4 9suMelently
+ sufficiently clear description de of fItu fItuhlgbwayman the 4 4 4highwayman
+ highwayman to re 4er renderhis Aesue t theMion 4 4liarinion
+ tension probable t tt
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4 1 1 EXICQ CITY Sept 27 21Thc The report of Mexicos monetary coramhv coramhvsioners eommI I Illioners 4
4 MEXHO M lvi sioners sent abroad is now published Among the more immedf IntJDe4Iatdy immedfately 4
4 ately interestiag llg points and suggestions are the following followingIn 4
+ In llufflia anih in Bngland especially the immediate establishment of ofa 4 4a
+ a gold standard in China is regarded almost as impracticble impracticbleIn 4
4 5 In n the monetary system that is recommended for the pnrpese of ofbringing oft oftbringIng p
4 bringing about a fixity of international exchange the price in gold or bar barsilver barlIiher +
4 silver and the value in gold gol or silver money are absolutely disassociated disassociatedThe + 4
I 4 The former may fluctuate in the market whereas silver money win al always alwaYSh4e ¬ 4 4I
I + ways waYSh4e hive a fixed value in gold hence the > stability of international ex exchange exhange cxI ¬ +
I + change < This fixed value in gold will be maintained by the governments governmentsin +
+ in the following manner manneri
i + 1 By the closing of the mints to the free coinage of silver +
4 + 2 2 Bythe fixing of thE ratio between gold and silver by the govern governments ¬ +
4 ments t
I 4 3 By B tb legal tender character of the currency CUlTf > rey for the payment andt andtsettlement and andsettJrement + 4 4settlement
+ settlement of contracts of all kinds kindstJ kindsS +
S 4 4 tJ 2jty reason of its being the only money in which duties and taxes taxeswilfbe +
I 4 wilfbe Wilt be paid as a it ia supposed that there will be no gold in circulation 4
+ 5 By limitation of the quantity of lilver money coined exclusively exclusivelyfor e dusTe17tor 4
4 for the interior currency curren of each country countryBy countryC 4 4i
+ C By the creation of reserve funds in gold in those countriis In Inwhich Inwblch 4
4 which the foregoing conditions are not sufficient to maintain the stability stabilityof 4
4 of interaaticnal interl uteraatic aLicnal nal exchange exchangeTne
I 4 Tne 16 whole of this mechanism is based on a fixity iLy of value ltH in gold cotdln in insilver
4 silver allYermoney allYermoneyThe money moneyThe 4 4The
+ The commissioners commi sionen go on to say that all the economists l whom they theyH the theI 4 4ttsuIt0d
I + H ttsuIt0d ultd t1n In Carrtpe rope pronounced the closing do tng of the mints to the free > coin coinage qlnI 4 4agO
I + age of sliver tobe to be absolutely essential to the success ofany of alliY plan for forstabilizing forstabilizlng 4 4stabilizing
+ stabilizing the value of the peso 4
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