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Attacks AttacksJait8S janas Stops s u suRenltion Revslttion Rev81tionPrlswier Prisoner > is Sentenced Sntencedby SntencedbyJtide by byBf
Juije Bf to Be Shot Nov 20
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1 f ETF it I t BfORTCNSKN toRo1tNN made e a long longspich longr
I I I spich sr < r c1 cb hV Ift his own behalf for a ane ant ane
ne tttaT ystvday cterday IdaY afternoon In InJudge InJu inJudge
Judge Ju ge < harlfes h hui rth W Morses iore division of oftin If1h oflh
tin district lhHrh l cvttrt Later he was sen senu 8eDt en ent
u t cd 1 to bts shot on Friday Nov Ill Illh G Gthe St Stl
l h < tvecin t Ptll thC hours of 10 a m and 2 p pi p pII pIH
i II IH f rr r thr murder er of Jam Jamea R It Hay y on onth onth
th nisht niJ I t or f Dec M 1 MW MWMi 11I IWIfs
Mi I fs < HI H I I 8 I for 01 another aJtot er opportunity to tojus
Jr 1 t v < r jus j innocence was wa made m at the therlupiou tbOIl th j
< > rlupiou of a foarbouxs Iourbo argument argumenthis asumentIM ent
1 > his I I IM attorney attorDe B J 1 stewart wart The Thenior Theasked I
11 nior I I tr asked 9 ked for ftrnew s new w trial fOr ttts t eil eilM
M t on the hd ground grun of t newly n wly discovered discoveredvj di8C ver 1 1iJfnC
I vj iJfnC < rnc relative to the alleged miscon misconf
or f the he Jmy J While visiting vleltln tbe scene scenei
< i 1 t hi murder and ad the home of the de deMortenMen deMortann
1 I 1 I MortenMen lIort nlW11 asked for a new newtiu new1i11 newtLtt
tiu hr hrtUlle hciU > use as g he said almost at the therinnliii tbeh theriinIii
h > rinnliii illnlns of 4 his rcmnrks rcmnrksi r mluker
i H sm m innocent in QOent of this crime crimeA crlueittl
A little Ii ittl ttI farther on heeald be sald Id In a most mostitiratir mostd1 moatrtirah
d1 itiratir mat 4 manner lnanncrw inanncrsvar
I svar sw w I i before the high h h heavens that thaitli thatq
q tli h sf Sf sJf 1 s nover IK soo44n n those tracks tracksi trackaaUE
i > c < au aUOE e l was never tiere tiereHO t tJln ft ft1I
HO 1I uiis Wj then referring refVI1T lDthe to the fact la < t that thatth thatthe
1 the th h star 4ta was never able to place any anyne any1f
< > ne > 11 I the iwune witness stand who could couldnrrsted oodttat couldp
p ttat tk ov ovcrshoea raboe he wore when wJaea11f whenfsted
nrrsted 11f fsted > d fit the footprints in the snow snowTidiiijr anewI
I Tidiiijr 1 a idtig Ii i II JC no to and rounding the thefriivt theI thegia
friivt gia I a t of o By ByLC Ba7L y yLaa
LC L Laa j Tirade cle of Abos AbosTh AbaHTlI Abaslh
Th R f1 peck of f Mortensen J en which U laM laMft n nf >
11 f h hou u an hour houran1 ani an a half was one oneuf of oft oftll
2 t tll n mi 111111 15 1 remarkable ever heard hi any anyurt anyIl1ft anyurt
Il1ft urt of justice in Utah It was plead pleadJIK leadJ pleadjig
jig J tg at rimes mea when ntt It seemed that his his5 hlll1i
1i 1 j 1 5 PETtlle si > rtise would break through the theFTolid theStII1
FTolid crust of seeming indifference and andaufc antil
I aufc l l t tl > mrs to course cou their way 8Y down downhi drwni downFi
hi i rh hf < kit On those several veral occasions oc88jonsirtl1t oceasAonawas occasionsM
M irtl1t < TtPiitn n was begging bea ln Judge Morse Morsefr Montff Mor Morf
f fr f r ii rf v trial that he might t be giv gtvn gtvn1 gIvnthr n niin
iin thpr 1 h + r opportunity to prove his lana Innom innafn lanaC
C fn C < m fl c < > v I etoe eblehe he was imploring < the theiiip UtIil thQ1og
iiip il t tll < > rvawmber htt b wife and their theirliv theirth theirIiv
liv littl children childrenThn rhlldrenTli bUdreaTbJ1
Thn Mortensen would grow OW OWh fierce fierce1i
1i 1 his i iM attitude toward the district at atiml atand att
t ri y and would flay Mr Elchnor ElchnoruH
I uH r o of procedure p ure in the trial Bud 8udily BuddnlI Sudi
dnlI < ily i I v itbout any apparent reason reasonTMI reation reationf reasonfu
f TMI fu jt h would control himsalf hlm 1t for a af af af
f > u min mijtea tes e During these spells ho houliI heijI1
uliI it ar1uehl erUe rue his case in a mannen maDleltbat that thatsn5 thatrIad
sn5 111 rlwl Ked his most intimate friends friendsThf frf4tllTh frfendarh
Th Thf rh > m vr tr t tiMVgbt t he had the orator oratori
j H < l iihlHtr it thiityit bl i t afcrt be would then display displayMut d displayI
Mut 111 I thsp th t h s t t < f > ells UII WO wound wAU d not last kKng loage
T < lP veen e 11 Thetn t lernbe J1 be man waK w eHher eHherM Stllerrillg
M r rillg ri i iig i r t tUk IAtrlct wt JtlftrUl r1Ct a artorney rnW q fnfxptnlt fnfxptnlti iroaptn iroaptn1IP 111 111IISf
i use > upon the nerspapers J S ap4 of Salt Saltak SaltJ
J J ak k > nt i fi or raying thtegs th about th thurt tJro tJrollIt
4 urt rt viilcfc1 hfclt ich under no other at clreuM clreuMMTrs cireulisP < bevM01Ild
MTrs P 9 routd have been permitted permitted1u
2 1u ui Mortens MNtrnMn n wan making his last ap apI apfur p pll
I ll < < < 1 f fur r Hfe ftf f and Judge Morse allowed allowedtlii
tlii th man to wander along nIon in his hi manner mannerniiterrapted mannertJiI1Pyrdpted manner1husrrlpted
niiterrapted Mortensens address add to totli totlH tot
tli tlH t h court follows folfowsBe tot101lllBcgiI followsBegirta
Be BcgiI irti Ujr b Thanking Than1rl 1 Lawyers lawyenBIf
If f yriir ftl honor please lealM I desire to thank thankv thankat
v i > unit HI t at thin tbJ tine ft to 0 public ublc a afor arcrtllemanner ap
p > for rcrtllemanner themannei be manner In which they have haven havelldff haveUttC
n iut lldff UttC < f my Defense ete I also thank your yourfr
1 nr fr an anyOCMlteay fl oovrtesy that han been ex exii cxhd
ii dd < t too < rt nk also 0 the other member mbertl In IniixMiir In1111I1r inh1iIIr
iixMiir t thedlitrlct Ie e dtatrlct trct attorney I have re rein rehll re1i
in 1i id haU hat l had reasons to offer why wh wh1lIIult
I 1lIIult hitil benranted ntfd a new trial and sn It is isth
11 ii I ths th IBM that I desire dE lrt trt make makethe makethet > the thei
i > parkfi 1110 t rk which I shall proceed prn eI to do doh doJ
J II h t reason un In the world why a ai
i 111 M T sh h rtd d9be lN b granted anted a new n w trial h Is be beIw be1w
1 s h Iw lir Innocent I lbaveafttrrned have affirmed here hereI
ur I r 0nar isflOYs pres preaencq nc and u t > others othersr
r 1 T < otM IIfI I R that I am Innocent InllQ > pnt of this thisnil thisA
J < nil That t Is the best t reason In the theil theHl
Hl il 1 1 trw befit that ever Was as urged u ffi the thel 1
1 > r thi3 Iha t ha v ftI r will be urged why a man mani manId
h Id < i be bpgnnted granted a new trial If having havingCa
Jr If > 5fl 5flta1s CaDlcted CaDlctedQIabas I
QIabas Ca lms Other B ans ReasI a ma maImve I
I Imve 111 oth Other r reasons however ho r This Thisnot ThIllTn
Tn Y i V not b be considered legal If Ia the scnpe scnpet
I > t I at a1the the present time Introduce It I Ill Ih Ihj
h hj ll iiit int4ure ttwe p one or two other ot her r thins thinst things thingspp5r1o
1 t tppofIlome ipparto me to be legalreasons legal reasons I Itirst la latl Int
tl t i tirst place c I firmly firmly state lltateto to my 7 CIer CIerI 0rL er
I L n kiwuflMge k no C that 1 have not had a fair t rairI
101 I imp irtlai IaI trial There has been no noI
1111 I if II Vin r r plfI > f i whrn hpn I have haveif hattoIil
v 1 < toIil > t < if t I a rii raonablp > > n ibp Ip doubt doubtr doubtTII
TII 1 r I > 11 no linn tin in uinlntj the prog
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Peter JCortensen Xortensenf orlenllenIIf
7 s IIf > f mv m triil whou h11 I have been n blessed blessedvh blfdI
vh I h tli III t li < lr ir rs sumpttiin nt n of innocrme hlnonenot hlnonenotIt not notIt
It is imi 1 nolr r tli I tlo ho > c three > heads par partiilirly parIIJI partuar1y
tiilirly tticit U1t I flcKiro to direct my 0 re reimrks re re1l rer
r imrks 1l Irk < irks < I ik k your > < > ur honor to t look back backr b backrm k kpm
< r pm > m th l Ith > tl > da Iay ay of f Decrtnlx < em r 19 J9Ot < H the theiav th tht theav
iav t av ijpiM upc whtrh I was arrentf look at atiin atI
iin 1 h clrr lre imstiuuvs dntalll that 1 ar atH arose < > < t b t 4tpt tween > n that thati thatth
i HII II th t h time that my trial began bejjnnth IMJJI n
th I h ifh h t M Lt v In thi followlne year car look lookit
it t tliot t bn IIlIt nilirri < itfriRP It gootis > U siaiuleroiiH i iitlerus < raai raai11mi ma maiTI I
11mi 11 nt n I odolollt flL volfiit Hbeious lItM II na artllen < that fliitiip thatIprt tilaIM
iip Iprt IM nr r 01 I in ti tht t h t < JaU ialIy allv pr o < ns from da < la laY i ior II tI >
< I t or inirn urn tittle t iTfle io time t 1 tfl W < TO r sciitt 4ea tt ttI < d dli
li I < ii I u l jist II t HI i tin t in land K d a nil HIIKHIK I 1h thr I h p pilnist pl I IJ
J > ilnist ilnn i every nr vrv nisn mH 11 in thr t h hi whole who ho1t state stateif IIIttOtlai atatezr4apIflg
if ftaii m tralnJt pln r for r pitperM thou they theyntpht thfO thfOn theya
ntpht n iht > ght rul thojw I hos firl d trty ri f limlrr I1I1rlIl I1I1rlIlTn < > nK re reninrks e emarks
marks Tn rkC tliit t 11 < t were ther > ttiain miJ IIY of ii r thorn t < on onlr ont
lr t TiIHcId dleti liitfr lat r on and how hold the head headlines heHIItinf headI ¬
lines tinf I win iin a a afnrniitton affirntt in mH mHf11 1e But Buthow But1nw Butflw
how flw wr r th thl thy y tonrrHctd on r dktd when they theybrought thfYbrvuJltht theylrugh
brought it out in in iiojiii little Ut iii ohseiire hseur ror rornT Iortr or orroe
nT In the t hp I4 damned l1stmn d pbr P6 p r y u would uld find Hnclihif
ihif 1 bit utKlerftood IJlltler < to11 that ii se rpmark re reVrrlnRr rprrlng r rrrfflg
VrrlnRr I to n several II > ral ttng in the tb paper paperhave paperha paperhav
have ha h1 t11 h M i wroiifr 11011 one perbap per bap out of ofi ofJIliIl of4k
JIliIl i i 4k < N > H > JliJC ill them themAppeals IhpmAppeals themAppeals
Appeals to Judge JudgeI
I auk iiir III IiMior I r to nuk < > uk into your our iwn iwnl sn snIart n nRrt
Rrt l trt i 01 p if t n I i Is j pQt posttIe > oi < s Uilo lhl that t v vtiI u uuld 1 1uld
uld Uja W U ban lncu bclllwo two or tnrcc t rc
words inaudible udl Kb o I ask youflgafn youflgafnto YGL you a5ain a5ainto
to follow that Jury the HnpaneRng hD hDthat SI SIthat tt ttthat
that Jury J Just t tbtek of Q that Ulatthat panorasMi panorasMithat pnna
that took place in this court room rocRanftlliemn tOO M MVfenttemcn
Vfenttemcn aniw mtn before twelve could be tieoukt had hadt hadwho
who woutd oukt ev eye lIt t me a fair falrbt trial trialopmtonk lcwe
Mere cwe than half of UIeIa t act actth aCtUar tOok tOokthos
th thos IlUwODder seats yonder yonderopintont pN pNopinion
opinion as to my guilt uUt or in insay Insay Too Tooay
say Ob no they didnt say you were wereguilty Weftplttr
guilty they didnt dl4n say you were re maO Innocent InnGCEnL maOcent
cent Whowa Who Impervious s to that fact factwhat fadbat factwhat
what bat they meant aftil d what they felt in inI
I their own bosom bo fr There was nothing nothtgt1aat nothingthat
i that left any an doubt uk to their mind that thatheard thatheard
heard them A few f were willing to come comeUp comeUp
Up lad nd say i 1 eanaot believe it poMU possible pooMibleI > hs hsof
1If of the n man an others It may be possible possiblei poIIJIbiebut posSIblebut
i but acit probable 1e A JfW few who were wfll wfllInir wIIlIng willj willjlog
log to make these remarks Now 1 say sayand a aand saYad
and ak your honors respectful attention attentionhave attentionto
to It lt is that not uota a fact that I could not oethave nothave
have had that I did not ot have a fair trial trialand trialilnd trialand
and impartial ene n I cure not how noneet noneetm IaoIKl9tmea huntatmen
mea m may bt > I see the Jurors there < some 801Mof someof i omeof
of them ihe here and I desire de ire to say in their theirpresence tbMrPrelell theirpresence
Prelell presence were they ever 10 o honest In Intheir Intheir intheir
their bearta they could n t get around aroundthat aroaadhat aroudthat
that fact Almost from the first day darI darIbetleve dayibelieve I Ibeiieve
believe there tbe were some me Jurors chosen the thefirst thefirst
first day dyalmOllt almost from the very first at atleast atIot atleast
least men sat 8 t there tb oe and Hatewd tl te d to those thosethings thOlMth theSethags 1
things th Could they the have been n impervious imperviousto i ito
to that fact Could it be possible that thatthey tltatUse7 thatthey I ITouches
they had not been Influenced InfluencedTouches inftuencedoch
Touches och TTp BSehnon BSehnonI I II
I desire dto lre further to say a few words on onc on onsome
some c of the evidence ev1dfl that was introduced introducedagainst Intr Introducedagainst dueed
against nat me The first thing that I desire desireto Ire
to mention I the district attorney boast boastfully boa8t1b4o ¬ i
fully tU1134x0u50 1b4o > exeuso xOu me Mr Eiohnor EI < bnor I intend no nopersonal nope1 nopersOnal
personal remarks or nothing personal I in inany t tany inany
any of my remarks I only desire d tre < to refer referto referto f8 f8to
to things that actually occurred here and andthey aDdtbl
they are N intended to t reflect retIecJ on no man manhe maJihe manhe
he gets UI up hen this day and nd be would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be glad if all his acts throughout his life lifewere IIffwere lifewere
were to nit as lightly lItI on his conscience c nce ncehIs a ahis as
his conduct Clndu toward m me I shall point pointto
to two or thret things perhaps rb your yourhonor 0111honor yourhonor
honor may ma rot I Ot have thought of and andcertainly andcerta1nly andcertainly
certainly the people of this thl city do not no
know It It they have never heard It they theycannot Y Ycannot
cannot understand It t I think they wIll wtflnot wIllnot nl nlnot
not reflect nfI t today credit ev eVflll on our hon honorable honorable ¬ I IOrsble
orable prosecuting p utlng attorney I desire to tosay tulilt I Isay
lilt say also Iso that It is I hit duty dut to protect me meas IIIfI111I I Ias
as a citixen of this city dt as much as it is isto hito I
to prosecute It Is I your duty ut to findthe findthefarts find the I
farts let them be against me or other otherwise et etwi1M otherwise ¬
wise That ThatUI is your duty dut Have you done
It Mr Rlcboor have tt you ou done it I Ithink Ithink Ithink
think not and I think a shall show you youyou youou youyou
you ou have not notMakes nutJ I IMake
Makes J X RfEtouOS f scanee to Yiatrao YiatraoThe I IThe
The first thing that T desire to say Yo In Intrueu intru4ue n ntrostefv
trostefv trueu is the proof that the district di trkot at attorft uttora attortcj
torft tortcj v y introduced i against RM > with r refer f ffiT ffiTenceto > r renee I Iantc
enee enceto to my m financial condition Mr Elch Elchnfer eh I Imr
nfer placed upon the stand Mr Hilton Hiltonwith I Iwith
with a little memoranda mt > laorancla It I remember remembernotes I Iright
rfg right wtf1 aOmthiu lIMthl over < 009 and
wl m say In connection i With this before I I
110 on I did not Mr r Hlltfln make those I Inot
notes not which he n d cisim tm He may IDa bay I
Ukfe them t The facts are practically Drmetlcarfytomtt PriaCtf PriaCtftltoW ltai I I1ItTftl
1ItTftl tltoW elll to get J Jmarks
tomtt + < tMrhaoe tn tnarb ldatfS ss Mh re remarks ¬
marks arb to Mr Hilton N lPttti < HFthVdtet4ct HFthVdtet4ctattorney t taUotlley I Ittornf1
attorney ttornf1 introducsd other witnesses to tohi toat inat
at J I had reflected ected IIOJ ethlng like t
hi tslHh h and he e attempted ted to prove
I had spent most of It I will sayno 8 no he I Idid
did not i ideposited no h he did sot even do that for 1 1thftJC
there was ometbin 1 think like 1100 I Idepoalted I Ideposited
deposited in the Utah I tah National bank
that he says Oh he deposited this here hereand hereand hereand
and he drew it out again That is all
Did h he for a moment entertain the idea
of where this money went to I dont de ¬
sire to lean on subterfuge su terlU or anything ot
the kind I spent the meney Mr Elch
nor drew it out of the bank nk as you pre ¬
seined I did paid it to my men as they t I
were working for or me m I dont desire to I
go 0 around it that is a fact
Now your honor the contention I be ¬ I
ll lieve 11ev Y V 2th of the state mostly ostly was as to show
that I did not have the money with which
to pay this tb obligation obl on If the state proved
anything aside from the fact that I had
collected 4100 4100 I fail to know It but let roe
Tt e W5Ldld what did he S10 prove 7 He proved that
I had CKK U I6 > In
gold large la sums um of money mone
In my lit possession OHt sJon tbat I did not bank and
therefore wan In the habit of having large
sumsof sums of money mC DY > about me Gets over It
IIki Ilk JJSJhl this L r Introduced Mr Smith Ilte I I Its
l ten tenet t to that little f familiar mlllar voice that I
snealu Into the court here and said Ad be I
loia told 18e on the 5th of September I did not noteontJSiJiVr I I
bare Jll4 mney ey enough to pay a bill of 33 1
Mr EJebnor > 30 30c could ul 1
eontJSiJiVr < not raise a man n I
contraetln contracting Jitt lnJ1vlnr havIng money could not
ratee W 10 thirtyodd dollars and the ex exntStr I
ntStr pen pene of the iS0 cfl rt Oh y YN that Is a
Proof that i I i dMn dldnt
RT01 t have no money mon Isnt Isnti I
It i Fair a Pr proof < f when a man mans W llf life l la at atSTlLr
stake Did the distrIct
attorney introduce
STlLr aybodY anybody to ay V that at I J had net collected I
t other ° r 1D0neY1J mone joneys Not for a moment not notDeclares I
one Did hC h Oven atttmpt t to prove that
I bad not collf collected > ted money between onthe < the M d
of September ember or the 6th of Septeftnter
and the 11th of December Not
a voice I
Declares Declar Bvidsnce Jtrid e Scanty ScantyWe
We V take Mr r Danaoh that beautiful aUtlfull I
flame Smithwe put him on ontbe the stand
and he will prove It It That is the idea
rnev wish is h to hang a mans mao lit Ute upon such 8UC I
testimony Was W It proven UIOTeD did they prove
it In any degree rH I think not I think
not I know mow this court would not give glv a I
judgment illdment for 125 25 on such evidence
hat ha t Little I lttlt further on that as 881
Mr Kkhnur Jo Ek I hnur introduced Intr4u another man
who V ho was wise and he had of course a an aL
n L orl rd Mr Karneat Romney He HeretJ HeretJII net netit getam
m it the stand with his little
note book bookuiis bookPllll bookilk I
Pllll > ilk It net and he says be has such and amiMI andI
MI 11 I ii 1 items before him that I had col colMr eolr
i r oj 1 Mr Ir
Romney reading from rom his own ow
t > dk k could not even ev net K t the date Mr
Kihnor IhnorQh lfloroh oh excuse me I will take the
hlam lnm f for > r that I introduced that It Itis its
is s only olll IjIy littlo htll things if your honor please pleaseout
out l propose to show by those little
I iiinas ljn s that I have not had a fair trial
it was intimated by that same witness
that t ha t I had given I ton him names and amounts amountslor amOuntsths
lor I thta t h I collections and it was W 8 found in inii 1
11 or r two t 0 cases a O45 1 where the amountswere amountswereConsiderably alftOuota were wereIonlldtrabl werensjdertbIv
Considerably less I think that was 11 wa the thestatus theriltu thettUs
status riltu of that conclusion conclu lon In the first firstiUu tltlttolHt tIrtfle
iUu tolHt fle e Mr Hnmney goes WI to work and ho h
tiMis 1d out I ha hay a contract calling tot tortiir or
tiir Iro hr > o hmidrcd three hundred and thirty 1
ttvr dollars I think
it was some over overw I
> Wj w anyway anv a and I >
hapi happened ned to OliN t tji tt tl
ji l I1 heck k set a ctu cheek < rk k for 19 19f and there
fr I did not no I have It comlngr Iming to me Mr
Kictinor I had it anti in < l I had morO than thanthat thant
that t ha t I bad KM comlnjc to me m from th thf thftpm
Western tpm Mollne Plow company and I Ionly IOil Ilily
only Oil lily collected IJ 1 S Didnt I have it tin
in log c to me And I utaiid here prtpHi IJrpur1 > l
to Drove 1did I did have ha it There was uthvr uthvrcaaeM vthtrca uthtrcase
case ca eK on the same line lineCharges UnCMrpa lineCharges
Charges an Inconsistency InconsistencyNow
Now OW if your our honor please It will ap appear aIveal apDear ¬
pear to you If you ou will look at this thing thingthe thlllgthp thingthe
the waY I look at ft that the district diatrl < t at attornev att attornev
tornev t wanted to hang upon my remark remarkor nm8rklor
or mv aliened remarks the pr Poof < v of ofnearlv ofnfarlv ofnearly
nearly all of this financial proposition propositionnow proajsitonow
now when It Douses a Mr Etrhnor ho will willtak wtlltak willtake
take tak my m word when it does not pleas pleasohtm plea pleahim pleashim
him h will throw It Into the th WHHU WHHUbasket Wkttnallk1 w5tbasket
basket iu iuit t at lunrdhIC i t < ordln to t the way wa a it mills aultsMiat millsit uttsh
Miat h it is I th < status of r the th Thing thlll from from any anyiiir SUlYfair anyhr
iiir hr stiuuliotnt I flefln d lrl to Ii say sa to your yourinor yourj our ourn
j inor n IIIIi r t it i t this thi time tim tha I it at tIjH i taars > Kam < 1II today todayili 10lla 10llaU
ili U rt ntor onl tir of thi this court that I had no nor norI1ubl noriscisbli
r rI1ubl < iii ojiBbl < defence to make In fart it itMPtieani Itt Itappears
appears t tftI I had no defense dere to make It nour Itour ityour
your our honor please 1 am Prepared to tohow toh11W toshow
how you OU privately rh hI wher I got the themoney t ttnmontv h hmn
money mn how much mu < h 1 had how much my mycontracts m mlI1trwtt mytfltrdets
contracts were 11 > 1 and to whom hom th they y wer werand weran1 wereiiiiI <
and hv whom I obtained material and to towhom tor1 to5jjfl
r1 r1O1 whom O1 1 nail thorn Now it j appears lr lrUft to toth II IIth
t
th irt rt probably b that th t I rorldnot f ot It Iti nit hu haita a
1 ita H Uft ihiM l LhA at that trial I dont need to
lenn It > an on rov own remarks at all I can cant canIron cantrove
t Iron rove very tr work of it by b other witnesses witnessesnd wltnfRSE8Iind witnessesand
and nd you ou untleretund from the th statue tatu of ofpublic or1ublli ofnubile
public sentiment t Mlnythat tudll thH tfrrlhle tf > rrlhl ix ixtuptut 10t notupias
tuptut t Ulml public punl Pentimcttt for or it Is I nothing nothlntfCJontinuiu nothing2ontinud wthln wthlnonlin
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HER HElL HERVEW V VI < EW f I
J Obey This Puny Creature How Utterly Ridibulous iUIOUS
DECEMBER I THE DATE DATELucin DATEluein DATELucin
Lucin Cutoff Will Be Completed Completedby
by That Date and d Ready Readyfor ReadyIFor RfadyFor
for Traffic Trafficoutoff Framea
a j jt
t i w wout
out outoff iMujtow Dec c 1 of this th yeatt 7tafttllat rean Mr Mrtbat v vthat
that ttlftefi time iTu It III slated a II < 1fl U will be hi in readA readAness tncIfor rendi rendiness
ness for the commracvment OOIl1D IkMeM of fi fitraffic frelaht frelahtlratrlc freIittraffic
traffic it being tile intention of ofSouthern the theItout theouthern
Southern Itout outhern m Pacific Pa nc company cony to utilise utili the thecutoff thecutoCt thecutoff
cutoff for a vear with ith weatbqund w tbqund freight freighttrains trelglttrah freighttrains
trains trah only onlyeo so that Kraonig and trestle trestlework trestlework trestlework
work will be given time to thoroughly thoroughlynettle thoroUlJhtyeettle thoroughlysettle
nettle before passengvr frafflc Is begun begunThere begunTh1 begunThere
There is an Immense amount of work workbeina workbeing workbeing
being done at Hogup H Iup on the big fillin fillinLabor tillInLabor fillInLabor
Labor goes on night and day from 15000 15000to 15000to 13100to
to 18COO yards of rock and gravel being belnc1o beingloaded
loaded 1o d d daily and tb t than sn n conveyed to the thetftStle thetrestle
trestle work thence to the finIn and anddumped anddnmJM anddumped
dumped a total distance of over twenty twentymiles twentymilEs twentymiles
miles Th rock is obtained from a huge hugequarry buaequarry hugequarry
quarry sftnated at Lakeside Lak lde at which which1tul
1000 men are enployed ploed By actual count countit countIt
it takes just one week of dumping work working worJrIng workIng ¬
ing the twantyfour hours h ulll daily to fill fillin fillIn fillIn
in sufficient to tOlqake make one train length lengththat leqththat lengththat
that is 809 feet f t above watar wt r Wben beD this thisis thIsis thisIs
is completed covering the trestle work workentirely worktntlrely workentirely
entirely It is then niprapped rapped with the therock therock
rock taken from the quarry To make makethe makethE makethe
the night work w > rk posstMe arc lights have havebeen havebHft hasebeen
been put up at stated places N along at01 a dis distar diiitar I
tare tar re e of nearly rive mites mitesCONGRESS IIIlhJI IIIlhJIe mt s sCONGRESS I
e
CONGRESS OFAWYERS OFAWYERSSalt OF LAWYERS LAWYERSsi AWYERSI AWYERS51f I
51f Salt Lake Attorney Appointed pointod cl on onCommittee ont
t
Committee CommitteeSt OommittSt
St Louis Oct S 34PresIdent President James JamesHagerman JamesHacerman JamesHagrman
Hagerman of the American Amer can Bar Barclatlon asso association agssclatl6n ¬
ciation tonight announced the appoint appointment appolfttment appointmont ¬
ment of a committee of fiftytwo mem members membel meathers ¬
hers bel of the th association to act in coop cooperation cooperation cooperation ¬
eration with Ue committee of author authorities auUlorlUes authorltles ¬
ities of the Louisiana Purchase appo apposition sicjiositlon ¬
expoI
sition for torthe the convention n of the Univer Universal Universal ¬
sal 1 Congress of Lawyoss La and Jurists in inSt InSt I ISt
St Louis during September Seember mber 1904 1904Among 1904Among I
Among the members ben are W W J 1 Hills HillsJuneau HUlaJunu HIllsJuneau
Juneau Alaska A1a 1ra Herndon Prescott PrescottAriz Pre cottArts PrescottAria
Arts Charles Chart Monroe o Los Angeles AngelesHugh Angel AngelHqh AngelesHut
Hugh Butler Denverr flyQt X DaYidL > avid L With Withington W WIftcton WithIugton
ington Hawaii Bamford A RobbBolee Robb RobbBoise RobbBoise
Boise Ids Id Clifford L L Jackson Mus Muskogee Xukosee Muskogee
kogee I T Charles a Blood Smith nith To Topeka Topeka Topeka
peka Kane Kn William W Dixon Butte BntteMont ButteMORt ButteMoat
Mont Thomas 0 B Catroo Santa Fe P N NM NM NM
M BayardT Bayard T Hamer Perry O T TR TR i
R S S Bean Salem Ore David Walker WalkerYancey WalkerYancey i
Yancey Lucena Luce Tayabas P I P L LWilliams LWilliams i
Williams Salt Lake Cty r ty George 3 3Forster M MForster
Forster Spokane Waeh Charles MI N NPotter NPotter NPotter
Potter Cheyenne Wyo WyoLOGAN WyoLOGAN WyLOGAN
LOGAN FOREST FORESTRESERVE FORESTRESERVEDocialon RESERVE RESERVEDecision RESERVEDaeiaion
Decision of Interior Department on onGrazing onGrazi onGrazing
Grazing Grazi Privileges PrivilegesOpecta PrinlegesSpecfal PrFrilegesSpecial
Special to the Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWaah1n HeraldWaahlitgtou
Washington Waah1n to D C Oct 3 aAccordl aAccordlto 3AccordIng 3AccordIngto According Accordingto
to the rulinsg of the interior depart department departm department ¬
ment m nt today to it will be permissible nnilble to tograze toJt1 tograze
Jt1 graze ze 85000 locally loca1J owned sheep and
7000 head bt > ad of horses and cattle in the theLogan theLogan theLogan
Logan forest reserve during the > year yearof y r
of 1904 Homesteaders will m not ot be dis disturbed 41 41turheil ¬ i itnrtM
turbed > d In their former rights to grave gravetheir eth gragetheir
their th ir herds within the limits of the re reserve res reserve ¬
serve serveGENERAL s serveGENERAL rve rveGENERAL
GENERAL CHASE fS fSORDERED rsORDERED 1SORDERED
ORDERED TO DENVER DENVERDfner DENVERDenver
4 + Denver Oct 3 3Thf Tho announee announcement announeemf +
4 + ment mf > nt ifc II made tonight that Cov 00 00ernor Governoi + f fernor
+ ernor Ppabody this afternoon afternoonHIlt afternoonsent +
4 + sent peremptory orders to Briga 1trIpdler Brigadier + t tf
+ f dler General Chase in command coanlban4of 4 + 4
+ of 0 the state troops tl Op in the ripple Crippleret 4 4 4 4Creek
+ Creek ret district to cJSme vmc to Denver DeneJat +
+ at onte Colonel Verdeckberj Td kMrl of orthp ofthe 4 +
+ the First regiment re mtnt Is S designated dfllilltnattodt deslgnate4to +
4 + t to < > ai fIsum surm < i nnnind o > in hi his abl abl8PI11 ib +
4 4 sonro 8PI11 Governor Pe P4thody hody has ha do d dcllntd le + 4 4clintel
+ cllned to say anything about his hi hir 4 4rcasone
4 + rcasone r < UK > n for the urder or whether wbttherIt 4 4 4It
+ It means more than a dlrP fOr a aeonffrence aconference +
+ conference regarding the situa sItUtttlnn 4 4tlurt
+ tion 4 4BANQUET
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
BANQUET POSTPONED POSTPONEDLondon POSTPONEDLGndon POSTPONEDLondon
London Oct a The Pilgrim club clubbanquet dubbanqutt clubs clubsbanquet
banquet to the Alaskan boundary com commissioners commlltslonert cornmlsslonera ¬ I IbtEn
missioners scheduled for or Oct 6 ha habten habten
bten postponed in consequ consequence ntx of the thtrfuneral tb tbflnfrl1 theftneral
funeral of Sir Michael Herbert the l lat latLmbissadnr t tumbusfador i iIlmbaa
umbusfador Ilmbaa adr to the 1nitecl > d States oc occurring occurrIng oi oicurrng ¬
curring on the 1h same date
> aBfea r i
I ITOMIIORN TOM iORN MA MAYIIANG Y ANG HIMSELF HIMSELFThey
t
They Ha Have e a P Peculiar Contrivance in Wyoming for ifhe ifheExecution fheEx 1he 1heEccution
Ex Execution cution of Criminals CriminalsCon CrIminalsConfession Confession fession Is Isjj IsConPptiy
jj ConfifplisntlyExpected Co ConPptiy nq J1tJY Jxp Expected Expected444r4 cjed
444r4 4 1P i r I 0
i
ceeMl 1The be H HC qeaM qeaMr
r HBnMBNWK Wyo > Oct 3 38 3Sheriff 3SheriffU Sheriff SheriffIB
C U IB J SanaJley uponwhonl upon WhinI n1 de devolve devolY devolve ¬ I
volve volY lt the unpleasant 1Iopleaaanttl du di4y y of of ex executing cxecuting ¬
ecuting Tom Horn the condemned CfHIiIIelDnedIn as asiln assassin
sassin iln of Willie Nickell Will WI n begin beginforminr beginforming
j
forming tormln his plans for the execution ecUUea Uen at atonce atonce I
once He is 1 not prepared to toatw state d dll dllnitely fl flnitefe ftni
j ni nitefe but ut in all probability Its will use usethe I
i the sJhe iae gallows from which kit Charlie Charliei CharlieMiller
i Miller was wa hanged haD < ed here efewen years yearsago yOnraago I
ago If these gallows are selected 8eJectedHorn selectedHorn 1
I Horn will 111 hang himself for tortbe the trap trapi
i is I sprung by the tbmurdererateJHdlton tbmurdererateJHdltonIt murderer stepping on onit I
it and releasing relea ing a plug in Iftapan a pall of ofwater ofwater
water When the water has run out outof outof
i of the pall the trap swings backand the themurderer thet I
t F murderer drops to eternity This n gal gallows S gallowe ¬
lows is new stored in the court house housebarn housebarn I Ibarn
barn in which Horn and McClond at attempted attempted attempted ¬
tempted to secure horses on the occa occasion oreaalon occaslan ¬
sion of their dash for liberty a few fewweeks fewWeEQ fewweeks
weeks ago agoIt agoIt agoIt
It Is said that Horn will confess O fM8 be before before berore ¬
fore he walks to the gallows and will 111
EVERY MAN IN T TIlE ROOM KlllED KlllEDBursting
4 4Bursting
Bursting of An Immense Copper Cylinder in a Distillery Distilleryat
at Peoria HI 11IFoul Four Walls of the theBuUdingBftown theBroUdingmbwn theBiIdingB1bwn
BuUdingBftown Out
A
l
BORIA EORIA I Ills s Oct 3 3avet fsyen men menwere menware
P1 were killed kll and indJured fty five i Mh r In Injured ¬ I
jured by an exi eXltI explols > loeloj aj af pwn pwnII18s Corn Gornln Cornlags
ln lags s distillery here today One J large largeseetlon largesection e
section oC the fivestory buiMinr 1Md bufldhigwaa bufldhigwaathrown > was wasthrown I
thrown thrO into Inothe the air by the thebUratfti bnrstinf lniniu o oa ot
a copper cylinder c111 r twenty feet Ju st lenajtH lenajtHand sngt
and eigHtfeet eI tfeetn In dtenieterSveryMan dtenieterSveryManwho diameter diameterwho Brtl7u
who win the building 1nIndln atthe a at f let the time of ofthe ofthe
the explosion expJalMftu was instantly killed ltI the theinjured theInjUreci theInjured
injured being men who were on fi the OUt OHIslde OUtaJeIe outside
side aJeIeThe
The Dead DaadJames DdJatne DeadJames
James McManus eookernwi eookernwiCharles e001t t ton IChazies
Charles on C Powell assistaMt t angiiieer angiiieerin e der derin I
in Ineooker cooker room roomJames roomJsaue
James Jain O OXeete Keefe laborer laborerEd J JEd I 1
Ed Schaefer Se haeter water boy boyQeorge boyGeorge j
George C Jeor George meatman meatmanGuy
Guy Brcnnan Bre yeast maker makersJohn I i
John Wilson I Unlfed u tfed States Mat store storekeeper ste ¬
keeper keeperThe keeperTIle keeperThe I
The most seriously hurt art James JamesWelch JamYelcb JamesWelch
Welch United Unit States Stat gauger auer face t tbod7 f4 and andbodyxbadly p314bodybadly
bodyxbadly bod7 scalded sealdedDantel Daniel 8a aehei hen la
Vienna Oct 5 3M M Sawinskl For Foreijcn F8rEign Fe Feelgn
eijcn Minister LamsdrolTs secretary secretaryhas 1SecretarYba
has Issued a statement regarding re r41 r41u1t < the theresult titeresult
result u1t of the conferences in JDb Inbetweeif Austria Austriabetweeit
betweeit b tweed Count LamadoriT Lam dortrQd and Co C Qnt COflntGoluohowaki QntGoltJChowskJ nt ntGoluchovski
Goluchovski the AustrianHungarian Austrianffunjartartforeign AustrianHungarianfcrelgn
foreign tcr tgD minister from which it ap appcarn apJarfl appears
pears that they the reached rea h a det detcrinhna detcrinhnation rmioa rmioation rmiDation
tion that the power pow 1I shall continue cont1l1ueth the thetalktn
Balkan policy arranged last la t winter winterTho wfnterhl f
The hl programme for reform in Mace Macedonia > a ¬
donia don then drawn up has however howeverbeen hewvYI J JI
I been be essentially extended x ended and elabor elaborated etaborated ¬
ated atedThe a tld 1
tldTbP
The secretary e retlrv rharaotrrtjed tbv tbvstatement th thstatlmnt thstatement
statement that Russia Ru ltlla had haddemandfJ demandeJ demandeJthe I
the Tree frf > t paJ passage sane of her ships hip through throughthe throu < h hthe
the Dardanelles an being rjulte Incor ihcorrett Incorvot I INlt
rett and added that the ministers ministerscoaferance ministeraconference I Iconference
conference included the wbole ars aIor arno of ofEuropean i iEuropean
European near east with lth the exeep exeeption exftptlon exeeption t
tion of old Albania and gave repeated NPfte4plden repeatedeIderiee j jevidence
evidence plden of entire > a accord eord In the view viewof VI viewsof
of Count ount IjamsdorlT and Count QoJlntolu Qotu j
rbnvrski and that in ons otllltQJl9 Oflfltr < iJinpe v n nth f ftho fthe j
the th ujrroempnt aiOem nt the powers need riot riotfear nntrear flotfear
fear war between Turkey and Bui Ui
<
I itn ft1 implicate ft NLb7 many promioenf prnibentt1eatsn > ent d dhis ft 1 Inhis
his numerous 8 crimes Pate Patewin flfb1on flfb1onwill
win not affect those i Implicated J beyond beyondplacing beyiiindplacing 4 4p14elnc
placing them in an unpleasant light in inthe Inthe
the lie public eye however for the con confession conf contseIon ¬
fession f 1I of a condemned murderer can cannof cannof
nof be used d to convict qthera Some of ofHorns ofHOrns
Horns I rns friends more desperate than thanothers thanothers thanothers
others and who ate wflling to run the therisk therisk
risk of being shot down by the jail jailguards jailpar48 jailgurds
guards or lynched by a mob may at attempt ¬
tempt to liberate Horn but this step
is i regarded as doubtful There was wasplot a aplot aplot
plot hatched In Colorado six weeks ago agoto agotoUt agoto
to toUt liberate Horn and the leader of the theleader theleader thelealler
leader of the party is now employed in ina ina Ina
a responsible position In that state but butthe butt1ae butthe
the publicity given IYen the plots in these thesedispatches thesedispatchee e ed1epatch
dispatches at the time caused cau ed the plot plotters plotte plotters ¬
ters te to call the deal off offHorn olrlorn offHorn
Horn may cheat the gallows for he heis heIs heIs
is a nervy aerv fellow and having havln a certain certainamount certainmount certainamount
amount of pride he may hang himself himselfin
in his cell sever an artery or r take his hislife hislife hislife
life In one of the many manYW8 ways that can canbe canbe canbe
be adopted even by a condemned man manunder manunder manunder
under close guard
i
borer r right t leg ee broken at fen kne e Charles
lne t1Je laborer Iabor1ba4Iy badly eut and scalded scaldedMade JtCl scaldedwade ed edade
Made ade Great Haverc HavercThe HaeoThe
The great t cylinder of copper oop er crashed crashedthrough crashedthrough I
through the east wall of the cooker cookerroom cookerroom
roo room and on through the mill as though thoughthe tho ug h
the wall had been tissue paper shot in inan lflOblique I
an oblique and downward course coursethrough couneth coursethrough
through th It the t be air cut down a large laraetree tree treeJis tj tjIn
In Its flight scattered a pile of f lumber lumbertt I
tt beams and timbers had been so somany 80IOIUW somaIy
many straws IItra and landed 350 feet away
Iti tfom the start of its flight flightThree flightThree Ipt IptT
Three or four walls of the building buildingwere bullcHngwere buildingwere
were blown out Great gaps were rent renth reatItt
h Itt 1 them from top to bottom pulling the thevoof theyf
voof with fth them and underneath that thatmass tbatof thatrIlnes
mass of brick mortar r beams and andtwisted andtwtatect andtwisted
twisted machinery lies the mangled mangledoorjMe mII1edCOJl1lle mangledcolllse
oorjMe of John Wilson which wb ch may not notbegotten notbe1lOtten notbeotten
begotten out for a day or two twoNotJocb twotobp4y
Nobody has a clear idea of what whatcaused wbateawaecJ whatcaused
caused the theexplomon theexplomonl11 explosion explosionThe explosionThe
The l11 damage to the buildings and ma roacjitoery mac macItlliPry
cjitoery c lltety is estimated at about a 190 190aM 100000 100900and 100000and
and It I will be three months before the theplant theplant
plant will wilibein 111 be in operation again a I
RUSSIAAND RUSSIA AND AUSTRIA HAVE THE THEBALKAN I
BALKAN SITUATION WELL WELLIN IN HA HAND D
Earn nor any great difficulty in tin tinexecution th thZcUtIon I IeSJeUUon
execution iof the o reforms reformsTh rm1
Th 1 Tilt Neue Freie Pressed p correspond correspondent I
ent at Muersesteg Muer est Styrui near which whichplace whichPlace
place the czar and Emperor Emp rot Francis FrancisJoseph FnulclSJoeeph FrancisJeseph
Joseph are hunting telegraphs thai thaithe tb tbthe thinthe
the repatriation of the Macedonians Macedoniansw4n
who have fled to Bulicaria was a al aldb aIm aImdiscussed Is Isdferus
db discussed dferus ufd fd at the conferences between betweenCounts bEtweenCount betweenCounts
Counts Lamsdorn and Goluchowsky Goluchowskyand 101ucho5kand
and that all tht signatories > s to tho thotreaty th thtIPeat thttreaty
treaty tIPeat of Berlin will he apprised e4i of the theaareements tbfIULTfen theagreenients
aareements IULTfen nt reached by b means orfider orfidertiral otl id idtiral 1der 1dertieal
tiral notes not lI whhh will in be published publishedsimultaneously pUbUshjRimultaneoUlI publlshtisAmultanooul
simultaneously simultaneouslyCOMIKG RimultaneoUlICI
CI CICOMnfG
+ + + + + + + + + 4 4COMING + + + + + + + + + +
+ +
+ COMING TO SALP LAKE LAKESpecial LAKElJfelal +
+ 4 Special to t The Herald HeraldBoston HeraJdBotIton HeraldBoston +
+ Boston Oct 3 3The The Karl of Den DenhIgh n nb8h +
+ hIgh commander of the Ancient Ancientand Ancientand +
+ and Honorable Artillery company companyoqt companyf + 44of
4of + oqt f London jiow now in Boston will wHlitiftr willvIsit + 4vliftr
+ vIsit Salt H1t Lake in company witS witALaIy witSLteuly +
+ Lartiy Prnbiarh +
+ 4 + + + + + + + + + 4 + + + + + + +
FUSION PEOPLEARE PEOPLEARE PEOPLE PEOPLEARE
ARE UPA UP A STUMP STUMPScheffliftfc STUMPt STUMPSoheo3to
I t
Scheffliftfc Sohem to t Get G t Rid of Grout Groutand Groutand Groutand
and Fornes FornesCONVENTION Fornest FornesKiuGJSetJ FornesK4tiGS
I t
KiuGJSetJ K4tiGS rtTY NTY CONVENTION CONVENTIONXICDOESBD CONVEH T ION N N7f
7f 7foI4LLL3 1 1JfOLELIAJr
JfOLELIAJr oI4LLL3 XICDOESBD aDitSBD 7OK 7OKXW IOJtXAYOR9 JOZxAexoL
XAYOR9 XAYOR9t XAYOR9A1J1W xAexoLlgEw
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A1J1W XW TORK Oct ITbe 5 The Th feature fut1arenf foatflreI of ofthe
nf I t the petttlcsii p poKtic l u situation t today todayMr tcMIa tcMIaXr todayMr
Mr Orvufs Gtftttw uuts formal declaration declarationthat eclalatloatJWtIe declarationtMt
that tJWtIe be i would resist an effort to fore forehim toreeoK forceot
him off the fttttett ih1o ticket What legal legalsteps tea1w legalstepa
steps will be tale tiateIa t ten tor him to maintain maintainhis malDtaiDW maintainli
his li position tIen or 01 by the fusJontetato talon to com compel comJMI cornp
pel p III 1da retirement are yet undeter undetermfaed undetert undeterLlee1gkt
mfaed mfaedTonight S
Tonight t jtfae the situation is practically practicallyunchanged practtcallythe practicallytuiTchanged
unchanged the fustonlsts waiting for fortheir fortIIeIr fortheir
their convention on Wednesday the theDeinocrats therata theDemocrata
Deinocrats rata waiting Itit for their opponents opponentsto1 opponentstoinske
to1 toinske make the first move before bef re they take takesteps takeIItep takestapO
steps to keep Grout G and Fornes on the theticket theUket theticket
ticket As it stands now four men are arebeing arebetas arebeing
being considered ft the office of comp comptroller com comtrOner comptioIler ¬
troller should Grout be ousted They Theyare Thelate The Theare
are ate R R Fulton Cutting J Edward8waDStorm EdwardBwanatorm Edward EdwardSwanstorm
Swanstorm Andrew T Sullivan and andHenry aridHenry slidHenry
Henry Heats Joseph JQ8 pb C Hendrix and andJnMan andJIIIIan andJulkn
JnMan D Fairchild have been dropped droppedTor droppedYor droppedPer
Per president rEsident of the board of alder aldermen alderthree aiderul
men three names arebeing aye bet being considered consideredThe consideredTtiemin consideredThe
The Ttiemin mn are Thomas M Many Steven StevenFarrally StevenJIn1ly SteuenFzrully
Farrally and Prank C Travers Her Herman Herman Herman ¬
man A Met lets ba a been dropped from fromconsideration fromco fromcrnsalderntios
consideration co
aat4eratlonA
Ail A AI1tSea AI1tSeaAt at Sea SeaAt SeaAt
At At the headquarters heaAq rtErB of the uettepubilc uettepubilcan Republic Republican LepubiIcan ¬
an committee the failure to consider considerhtetz coa eulaiderMeta er erl
Meta l I and Fairchild was wu1 steo o an announced anncecL anaceneed ¬
nounced ncecL It was u also learned that Jo Joseph Jq JqIlepI1 JQseph ¬
seph C Hendrix had refused to allow allowhis allo alloIda allowhis
his name me to be considered consideredMayor colUdderedJtrayor consideredMayor
Mayor Low returned from Chicago Chicagotoday Chic Chictodq Chicagottia
today ttia After a long conference tonight tonightat
at f Ms residence with leading fnsionists fnsioniststhe fuionllltthe
the mayor made public aletter written writtenby wTitteaby writtenw
by him today to R R Fulton Cutting in inwhich inwhich inwhich
which he expressed led himself elf as being in inaccord illeeeonl inaccord
accord with Mr Cutting on the attitude attitudeof
of Grout Groutand and Fornes and said that Mr MrGrout MrGrout MrGrout
Grout had a afewclan few days after his nominallUC1Je nominatiOn nomina nomination ¬
tion suggestedthat llUC1Je suggested ted that Tammany might mightJorse mighteQ40ne mightet4orse
eQ40ne Jorse his nomination but that in that thati thatevent thatevent
event i nt he would attack Tammany just justthe justthe justthefl
the same and give his support to Mr MrLow MrLow MrLow
Low In conclusion oonclu len Mayor Low says sayswAs BaYAs saysAs
wAs As the situation now stands I think thinkthat thinktiat thinktbat
that I may properly quote quotethe these words wordswhich wordawhlcb wordswhich
which I have penned for my letter of ofacceptance ofecepUmf ofacceptance
acceptance weftnre for the difficulties trans transpired tralUlte4 tranapjped ¬
pired te4 In this battle as it seems to toroe tome tome
roe me there can be no neutrals He that thatis thatIs
is not against a n Tammany is for It ItKIHG it itXINGrS ItXINGS
KIHG XINGrS S OOUITOVZ OO Y COlTTEHTIOir COlTTEHTIOirResolutions COXVJUfTIOJfResolutioas CONVBNTIOWResolutions
Resolutions Adapted Endorsing JCc JCctfellan McCiellan c cI
tfellan Ciell n For Mayor JCayorNew XayorNew Mayorew
I
New ew York Oct 3 Contrary 3COntrary to gen genral senerl generAl
erl ral expectation theKings the Kings county countylyn < ountltic
Deinocrtic tic convention 1I ent1OD held I in Brook Brooklyn k kIYJl
lyn tootN tonight passed p sed oft quietly q ieUy ly and with withovt without
out 0 t the predicted bolt of the t1 city ty ticket ticketendorsing tlett
endorsing t the nomliiirtten nomliiirttened t
MCiaMr MCiaMrelf Ptr Ptred
ed but making no mention 111 < ijf the thenames tbeJIameIJ theussnes 1
names of Grout Grout1 sj ForMs F rDee beyond the theendoraesnent tbeell4cmlelpent theesdorsonient
endoraesnent and commendation of the fh fhaction theaction I Iaction
action of the Kings county delegates in inopposing inopposing
opposing their nominanon In the city cityconvention cityconvention cityconvention I
convention This was taken as an in indfcation IndfcaUon indfeation
dfcation that th i the fight < ht will be carried carriedto
to the polls and that the Tammany can candidates candidates candidates ¬
didates for comptroller and aldennanle aldennanlepresident al4ermaniopre aldermankpresIdent
president ldent will be generally Ke enuly knifed toy toythe Jytbe bythe
the followers of Hugh Mclaughlin MclaughlinThese KclJla1IIrhUnTlese McIughlinThese
These nominations were made madeFor madeFor madeFor
For borough president dent Martin W WLittleton WLittleton WLjttleton
Littleton district attorney orney John F FClarjke FCI FCla
CI Cla Clarjke ke register Matthew J tthew E Dooley Dooteycounty Dooleycomity Dooleycounty
county clerk Edward Kauffman KauffmanWill KadmanWill Kauffmanwill
Will Not ot Witnra WitnraNew WitJ Wlt1MawNew dn dnNew
New York ork Oct S sHeIII7 Henry Tonge Is 1svuoa Is8UCtIt issuet
suet t the > e following statement as coun counsel counllel coonset ¬
set for Mr Grout GroutNo GleutNo GroutNo
No trick or device secured any no nomination nomillatton nomination ¬
mination for Mr Grout No trick or ordevice 01device ordevice
device whether by way of editorial editorialabuse editorialabuRe editorialabuse
abuse private threat or altered record recordwill reeoIdm recordwilt
will m Induce him to withdraw from any anynomination aDnomination anynomination
nomination or deprive him of any such suchnomination achnomination suchnomination
nomination nominationMONTANA nominationMONTANA n nMONlAN
MONTANA ROBBERS ROBBERSWLK ROBBERSWAlK ROBBERSWALK
WAlK OFF WITH SAFE SAFEBillings SAFEBtutaP SAFEBillings
Billings Mont Oct 3 IFour Four masked maskedmen maskednteft
men entered eIIt the Mint saloon here early earlythis eatlynibur earlyth
th this vtorritaaT nibur and d stole the safe contain containing coatainb containlng ¬
ing b 1000 1000 When the robbers entered enteredthe enteredthe
the saioon aIoon the leader held a gun on the thebartender thebartender thebartender
bartender who ho was the only occupant occupantof occupantotthe
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ofthe of the place placehiJe while the others bo bound nd and andgjggged andhim andggged
gjggged him They Tht y had a buggy outside outsideand outsidesOd
and into this they loaded the safe safeWeighing ufeigblng safeetghing I
Weighing igblng several seYe 1 hundred pounds poun and anddrove andtbIove anddrove
drove to the southern boundarr of the thecity
cItY where they attempted to blow the thessfe
safe open with powder but before they theysvceeeded theysucceeded
succeeded in opening it a posse P 8e put in inan inaut inalt
an appearance and frightened the bold boidups j I Iups
ups away The safe fe was as found intact intactIt
It contained a trifle more than SlOW SlOWin 1000In 080 080In
in cash The posqe poe are still in pursuit pursuitof
of the desperadoes desperadoesKNOT desperadoesa desperadoesKNOT ee eeKHaT
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KNOT REMAINS UNTIED UNTIEDMrs
Mrs Molineauz Failed to Secure a aDivorce aDlv aDiyli4ee
Divorce pe in South Southt Dakota DakotaSt
St t t Pant Pau Mich Oct 3 3A A special to tothe totJae tothe
the Dtepatoh from Huron S D says saysMrs saysMrs II IIRoland
Mrs Roland B B Melineaux of New NewYork N NewYork w wYork
York has according to Judge Charles CharlesWhiting ChaslesWbit1ug < tuu18WJaIUq
Whiting not been granted a decree of ofdivorce ofdlTOIOe ofdivorce
divorce from her husband hu baftd by him It Itis ItiaaJeo Itiaaiso
is iaaJeo ateo certain C Ptatb that Judge Bennett did didnot didI didnOt
not I t sign ip the decree d 4ec < ree for fo be was absent absenttrom abeentII absenttram
tram II om the state at the time tlm It Its is ru rumored rumored rumored ¬
mored here OB gflod authority ant that thatMrs thatMrs thatMrs
Mrs MoUneaux Mone 1 will II institute divorce divorceFrpeefdings divorcPJ divorceproceedings
proceedings J dnp in r Chicago during the thepresent thepre theiresont
present pre ent entew month monthI
Jew ew York Oct f o t 34Mrs 3 34MraMolineaux Blanche BlancheMolineaux B1an B1anollneaux
Molineaux and her counsel cotUI Alex AJeiYoung AlesYoung
Young declined dfclin d today to comment on onthe oft oftthf onthe
the report that Mrs Molineaux had hadfailed hadfaJlefj hadfailed
failed to secure a divorce > in South SouthkOta D IM IMk
kota k t3 and that her h f husband would Con ConDEATH contest
te st a suit she would bring up in Chi ChiLaco GMLago
Laco
DEATH OF D o fl H 0 0DEATI ANDREWS ANDREWSDeceased ANDREWSI ANDREWSDecesed
Deceased De a Prominent Populist of ofI
I I Idaho IdahoBoita IcJaboBoiH IdahoBoisu
Boita Ida Oct 3 3D D H Andrews Andrewsdjed Andrewsdied
died d at his home in thi < iity ity this thi after afternOon
noon n oo He had been prominent for four fourteen fourteen ¬
teen tet > n years Y8 and was the last candidate candidateof
of the Populist Pi puUft party for governor gOV rnor Mr MrAndrews
Andrews was born in Iowa In 1841 lie lielived lielived
lived in Colorado before coming here hereEARTH hereI
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I EARTH COVERS TTTJBJC TTTJBJCKlnderhook TJtEXKlndrhook
Klnderhook N Y Oct 3 3The The fu funeral funeral I Ineral
neral of the three th Van Wormer broth brothers brothen brothera
ers who were executed for the murder murdeof murderof murderof
of their uncle unce Peter A HaUenbeck H ntnbeck was washjeW wagI waahold
I hold Id from their mothers home today toda todafraJ todayi4everal
i Several fraJ thousand of people followed tollow d
the funeral procession
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Return of Snashinc S ulsh iRe Bri 4nr fs Outf Out OutBif Gutig
Bif f Atteteaet AtteteaetPRIZES Att RGIIiGa I It
4 4PRIZES t f fPIRIZES
PRIZES ARE AREIT j A AWARDED AWARDEDt AWARDEDwoix t tt
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4t T the state fair grounds daJcWhrent yeffttMitft yeffttMitfteverything1
5 A 11 everything was different differentAloajr cWhrent4leIw differentAlotig
Aloajr toward I to oclock k In IDerDAOIa flh flhafternoon the theafteritnon
afternoon erDAOIa a dlstinjrutebfd died stranger tMie tMiea t ta
a Josh at the fair He liked It so wen wenthat welttbat weflthat
that be kept on looking The Tbean fhanoBO fhanoBOare cha chaan
are an an that he will be back Monday K and andevery Jadeery madevery
every day thereafter until the theCOmetl bt itow itowcomes o ocomes
comes to an end It Is hardly har Jyry neee neeesary necesary
sary ry to say that the stranger waaon waaonO wait waitO wa OnS
O Sol Was he welcome WeB Weup Weflas WeflasBislop sfc sfcBishop
Bishop p Empey or President Preeidentor Kn sfcy sfcyor
or Secretary Bateman Ask the peng pengwho pecIII Iwho petiwho
who have shows on the Midway In fJa jflquire Inquire ¬ t tquire
quire of horsemen cattlemen cattlemenIJen ah ahmen sheep sheepmen
men pigmen They The will all 11 teH eH jroj jrojthat jothat
that t the prayer of the righteous avail availeth avaaeth availcUt
eth much muchPresident machoPre muchPresident
President Pre Empey has doubtless doubtleaa seen seena
a good ood deal of sunshine 8Umald e in the thetbaa mora morathan morathan
than eighteen elCl een years of his life but butDeer he henever h hnever
never saw w any that looked as good to tohim tehim tohan
him as the sunshine alD8l ne of yesterday yesterdaft t Aft Afternoon rtfrnoon ¬
ernoon frnoon 00 The effect on the fair f1rmiraculous wa wamiraculous was wasmiraculous
miraculous Straightway the outside outsideera outliNeeratora outiMeorators
era orators tors on the Midway lid y took heart of ofgrace eace ofgrace
grace ace and began babbling Joyously Joyouslyabout JoJOlJabout
about the wonders to be seen for on ondime ne necJlme do dodime
dime 1ft cents the tb tenth part of a ad dol dollar llarTt dAtlar ¬
lar larTt The e flags that but a few fewearl hours hoursearlier heu heuearlier
earlier earl r were hanging hanglnglhep1y limply from their theirstaffs tMtrstaffs theirstaffa
staffs seemed animated with life Dour DourIn Do DoIn D Din
In the stock yards the b b beasties astlee tlea neigjMd neigjMdor n nor neigh neighor
or bellowed or mooed or baafii baa baaFQntecl baadgrunted or orgrunted
grunted or orbrayecl brayed each after lW lWttendaDee it kind kindAttendance ktii ktii4ttendance
Attendance Jumped Again APiLAnd AgainAnd Agy AgyAnd
And the people the great peopW peopWwithout peophiwithout
without whom no fair is possible possIblepeOple the thepeople uepeople
people came in steady stream After fter fterI
1 oclock when the fair we weather tiler had hadpassed hadPaved
passed P from a possibility to a probabil probability pro protty ¬
ity and then to a certainty every car carbound er erbound dorbound
bound for the th fair grounds was loaded loadedto
to the footboards and the vestibules vestibulesLate Te veat1Late tt ttLate
Late last night the ticket sellers sellersmated fe8a sJO sJOmated
mated that they had disposed ofsosae ofsosaething ef eft oo oothing
thing t like 4300 admission admllllllODtllI admllllllODtllImeans slip TW TWmeans This Thismeans
means that close to 6009 1101on people mi M Mon it iton
on the grounds during the afternoon afternoonand attenaooaand afternoonand
and evening eveningAH evenlnsAll eveningAll
All things considered this is a aremarkable moot mootremarkable mostremarkable
remarkable attendance Friday it itlooked Itlooked Itlooked
looked as if there might not be a clear clearday aiday ei eiday
day for a week Yesterday momtaai iiwrniu iiwrniudawned momtaaidawned
dawned ominously for the fair The Thesky TIIIeSky TheSky
sky was overhung with i thick sate satecolored stecolored te teOOIored
colored colored clouds < that at intervals interv interyaioyieidedi interyaioyieidedicopiously Irteide6 Irteide6eoploaaly yielded yieldedcopiously
copiously of moisture It was not until untilment ifliWnearly II IInearty
nearly B noon that the signs of oement ee eement
ment became b tcame al me so pronoa pronounced that peapte JM pe pis piscould
could plan for a comfortable outing otl5t otl5tthe at t tthe
the fair By that time tmey mapy who whowould w wwould whewould
would otherwise have gone lIIOftediftereilt hadiiijde hadiiijdedifferent Us if ihiafltt ihiaflttdifferent
different arrangements that could c couldbe DJa DJabe 4io4 4io4be
be canceled canceledrapidity canceled5ijng
canceledDried P f S
5ijng Dried Qniy Qniyha
DriedwttItll
ha letJf wttItll srI srIrapidity 1 1rapidity
rapidity At 4 oclock in the thespotstbatwere i ispots flPS4a flPS4aspots
spots spotstbatwere that were quagmires OB 0611V ftftfat p4 p4water f fwater
water 11V er on onJirtday Frtday were 1IKesesoUd solid soU djry dritUwut gro tnd tndThe
The elimination of moisture was w wterlaU wa wa waterially a aterlalIy
terially terlaU aided by a sagacio sagacioda clo s step on onthe onthe onthe
the part of the management Fine Finegravel FInegravel Pinegravel
gravel and dry soil were dumped t fa faWOrBt helM helMworst th thworst
worst places and so every part of the theenclosure theenclosure r renclo
enclosure enclo ure was easily accessible acce sible without withoutthe wt wtthe wIthodtthe
the risk of destroying the tbedalatletlt daintiest of ofpolished Ofpolished t tpolished
polished shoes As a result everything everythingmoved e emoved everythhfmoved
moved along alo merrily merrilyThe merrilyThe v vThe
The draft and standard bred hove horteswere b bWfret1Otted hoveveretrotted
were Wfret1Otted trotted out and judged out canie cIJtethe cnithe
the cattle to be admired by hundreds hundredsof
of experts perta and interested j I spectators SDettaWaTIae stiectatciaThe spectatorsThe
The acrobats acrobatted aerobattedtbe the bkHoon bkHoonwent IIaUoeDent 1lloenWent
went ent up as per schedule the the juggler jugglerjuggled juggt juggtjuggled
juggled strenuously ana was rewarded rewardedwith rewarcIWwith rewardbdwith
with thunderous applause appla118ehe he is paId pakLhard psitbard >
bard coin by the fair management managementand
and the rest of the free attractions eA ete1taJned edtertained
tertained the holiday thousands tbo Over Overall Overall
all O OSoI Sol beamed merrily rlly Please P ue dont dontforget cIcJIItfoqet dOetforget
forget O Sol SolThe SolThe SolThe
The running runnl g races were pulled off on onthe oathe onthe
the track and here it is proper to com eotaraend comJDtmd qoinmend
mend the management for its I it liberality 1tJ
Usually Usua y admission fees t of 25 and it itcents IIcents S Scents
cents are charged for entrance to togrand Ue Uegrand thegrand
grand stands Yesterday the entrances entranceswere e ewere eataaceswere
were thrown wide open the ticfeet ecu setters 1IeIIt8 ecuera ¬
ers t8 were given vacation and
a every everybody evetYbody ¬ S Sbody
body was invited to view ew the races in incomfort I IcomfOrt iacomfoyt
comfort without extra expense TbJs TbJsaction ThId5 ThId5action ll llaction
action was taken because harness races raceswere neeeWere raceswere
were impossible impo ble and many people had hadgone dcoue bedgone
gone to o the fair expecting ex ti to toAwards Me MeA t tAwards
Awards A Nearly eaxly All Made MadeThe muteThe wadS wadThe
S The various buildings were wer weruntil thronged throngeduntil throngeduntil
until until nearly bedtime Really for the thefirst tileflnst thefirst
first time timethe the pulriic saw the tbee exhibits 18 18the in inthe inthe
the manufactures horticultural 1 1cultural SOrt flOrtcultural SOrtcultural
cultural and agricultural buildings buiidingsilder Dp tsa tsader
der favorable circumstances Thtes Thtestrue Tb Tbtrue Tbis 13 13true
true because when the thefair fair was w wa opened openeda
a considerable ble proportion of the thehAbits es eshiblta 0x7 i ihibits
hAbits had not been properly pro proYesterday prop viy jplaeefj plae plaeYesterday
Yesterday the last laStnUbad nail bad been beenthe drivea driveathe tfrIV tfrIVt
the t h last incandescent auelKt lamp installed installedthe instaneothe 1JI8ta1leltthe
the last t festoon of banting tacked ta ec1 ec1halast tfpi tfpitiMSfctast Upthlast
tiMSfctast peach and apple and pear pearha pearIn > ifc ifcin
in position positionThe 08ItlonTb > S >
The making of awards has hasIy practical practically
ly been concluded The sheep and ttM te tedeity th thdairy
dairy cattle have not been judged judgedthere fntt fnttthere c
there is a little cleaning up to bedoffie bedoffiein bedOrin e eba
in some of the other > r departments departiflsutbut departiflsutbutbroadly < but butbroadly Rtbroadly
broadly speaking it may maybe be a tIthe ald that thatthe tstthe
the work of the judges the capable capablemen ca camen capabitmen
men and women who have given g1 g1of freely freelyof
of their tbelrtlme time and talents is i iThe isThe flnlfthsfl flnlfthsflThe
The fair management lQ ament appreciates Ppreciateallervlce th thtt thttservices ir irservices
services very 111 much and wishes isbea them themJo themJokrowkt aow Ss Sskrow
krow krowkt krowktToday ow it itToday 1t 1tToday < <
Today e ery ry gate to t the fair WIlt WIltc wIlIclosed IIpr IIprclosed
closed c tight Hobody ohodyatall at all will be bematted a4 a4initted sidv sidvmitted
matted except men hired hi d to totile look lookthe aflfelr aflfelrthe
the stock and owners whodesrev whodesrevpersonally who WAopersonaUyc 4iIIMd 4iIIMdpersonally
personally personaUyc care re for their animalS III IIIMOrN animalSmorrow v TS TSmorrow
morrow thegates tbC cates will 111 again swing awl offi offiwid QpN QpNwide
wide wid and for f the first three worfcii w wdaJS wogkiidays K Kdays
days of the week every feature featuregiute featuregtatt iI of ofKrcatest
Krcatest t fair in the history of cJtlwe D Dweather Ut1 Ut1weather
weather tor no DOweatiaer weather will be betin betis0i In Inticuous
ticuous tin operation operationHORSES oJiebtIonHORS oe4anH
HORSES HORS H
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+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + ti 0
4 + 4 The awarding awarditi of premiums on enhorses n nhOrses 4V 4V4horses +
+ 4horses horses attracted attra ted many adtswers a aof admigersof +
+ of the equine Ix ln3uties auties utiel and nd the diaV daplay diOrplay 4 +
+ play reached th < dignity of a high b bgrade +
4 + 4 grade show The judges were H W WM 4 +
4 + M 3 Springer 8prln er tin well w 1I known stock tockman 4 4r +
4 r man of Den Denvr nr i Joseph Irwin of4 nt ntt 11 11Cache +
4 + Cache t 8ehf ally and B D KhKkniarjf Elarmuu Elarmuuof
+ of Salt alt Ilk The list of if atries ntrl ntriesi > s sh 4
+ te i lurg Mid f1I the comp ompetllin1 titin was wasclose as asclose 4v
4 + close no that only part of s f the tbeclu 4 4classes
+ classes er were passed upon Their Itleirwork 1heirwork + f
+ work will doubtless be fi niched I i hd hdMonday 4 4 4Monday
+ Monday MondayIn +
+ + + + + + + + + + + 4 + + + + 4 + 4 + 4 4I
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In the standard trotters t ttir Lass asa 85 the theawards thea theaoards
awards a Id w vcre vvreH re as I r < 1 > n J JH < > v vH
H W Brown first on stallion 8 stallionyearold llion llionYEIIroh 2 2yeurold
yeurold fitly and stallion with Ith one of ofhis lithi ofhua
his hi get ft and second on mare > and cult cultMrs 1I1t 1I1tI It ItMia
Mrs IIt H M Brown first on yearling yearlingHi ear ing ingfHty
I Hi fHty II iv t V Vt2
fHtyC C ivC S Taylor o of Harri5illo Harri ill Vkcbcr

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