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SAllIl IriEl LItJ CITY UTAH SUNDAY OCIOBER 25 1903 Lead 35 5t New Jork 9U
v jr L POSSibhSltitiO Possible Solution of tie T Trouble TroubleID rOllbter
r I to ID Montana MontanaBANKERS Montanat MontanaBANKERS MontanBANKERS
1 kUTTE Oct 24 An unexpected unexpectedy
BUTTE 1 y move was wa mad in the Amalga Amalgamated AaaJcIna A1j1nated ¬
mated Ina too Copper situation atloa today todaytvhen aybn todaywhEn
whEn bn a proposition PNpo Itkm was made toy the theMiners theJineJ flit1ineis
Miners JineJ union to John oJn MacUlnniss MacGlnnmvice MacGlnnmvice11tdient vice vicepresident vicej1PIbient
president of the United Copper com company rompany cornpany ¬
pany and his associates u connected connectedv eonnetedvtth < Onnetedwith
v with 1th thc th Montana Ore Purchasing Cum Cum1any cumJHn cumHfly
1any JHn Hfly to purchaae their stock t Ck > in the theBoston tbeHQRton theBtnn
Boston ft Montana company The Theunion The1Olon TheAflOfl
union AflOfl would then dismiss the proceed proceeding proceedIngs proceeding ¬
ing against the Boston te Montana Montanacompany Montanacompdny Montanacompany
company to to the end that there would wouldbe wouldb wouldbe
be b a jncral > ncral resumption of the Amal Amalgamated AmalItamft Amalgamiitd ¬
gamated Itamft tpd mines smelters and various variousother variouslth vartou5other
other lth r plants throughout the state of ofMontana ofJIontana ofMonta
Montana MontanaAt Monta mi miAt
At a special i meeting m me Un ttng of the union unionr unionwhich
at r which about SOOO 000 miners we wee e in inattendance inattendance inittenulanee
attendance it was decided to offer Mac MaciMnniss Mace MacflnnIs
iMnniss e Innl and Forester Fore ti > r 500 a share for forthoir forothIr forthclr
thoir < onp on hundred Fharen of the thetn Bos Bostm Boitin
tm ft Montana stork A similar of off offr
0 f fr r r as s made for the one hundred hundredFhares hundredFhares hundredihares
Fhares of stock MatGinnls and Tamin Taminhold Tamanhold Tmznhold
hold In n the Parrot Copper opper A Silver SilverMining SOverMlnln ftver4lnIng
Mlnln Mining company at a rate rateMt not Ot to ex exceed exceed cxceed ¬
ceed JJOO 100 a share nhareOffer thareOfter shareOffertoIuytoek
Offer OffertoIuytoek OffertoIuytoektnhed to Buy Stock StockUnited StockUnited
United States Senator Clark A J JDavis JDavis 3IavlL
Davis at 1ctT < tint in behalf oit the First FirstNational Flr8tNational FirstNational
National bank and John Joh D Ryan Ryanpresident RanprealdfOnt Ryanpresident
president of C the Daly D Bank and Trust Trustcompany TrU8tompen Trustompany
company ompen joined in a communication communicationto
to tlw Miners Mln > r union under date of ofort ort o oIrt
ort t 2J 1 offering to furnish the organ organi orsanntforl
1 i iattoi at ntforl ton sufficient money to purchase purchasethe pu rcbaH rcbaHtte
the 1ck t > ck at the figures stated tta ted They Theyfree The Thent TheyrcerI
free nt rcerI > e l to hold the stock only as Be Bee soC e ec
c urity for the money mon advanced and will willrot wtllrot willS
rot I ik k the union to pay any defi deficiency deftern defiency ¬
ciency ern ency arising from the sale of the thestock tbeIt thetnek
stock It t ock or any intareM on the money moneyInvested money1netlt1 money1nestcil
Invested InvestedMembers 1netlt1Membj 1nestcilMembers
Members > rs of the Miners Mn rs union figure figurethat ftturethat lgurethat
that the purchase t of the XacOlnnlss XcGlonorestrLuaM MacOlunissJoreStrLaflss XacOlnnlssForestTLaami
ForestTLaami stock will Immediately ImmediatelyFt
w Ft at t rest all talk oC a shutdown for foran torfin foran
an Inllnnlte Iml finite period The shares bare barellOld they theyhold
hold in tl the t he two companies were the thecue theue theue
cue ue of th the general 1H1 suspension of ofv o oork ofrk
v ork rk in the Amalgamated mines minesJudge minesJurlp minesJudge
Judge Clancys Clan injunction order bar having bavIn barIng ¬
In ing the th effect t of preventing the lat tetIT attr lattr
tr cmpany from voting Yottn their stork storkoi k kIt
oi It r the th Boston A Montana company and andth andthp andth
th thp < Parrott company companyAt
At A t the t he clow clo of the themHttn meeting a a com committee commltlo corn3llIttee ¬
mittee > consisting of Ed Long presi presicint p pcjnt presiiflt
cint iflt of the union Daniel nlel Donovan Donovanfretn Donovan4iretary Donovanff
fretn iretary ff retary ry John Shea ea flnsrcial acme 8HIetary acmea ecre ecretiry
a tary P J Nagent and Jerry ONeill ONeillioceedcd ON ONciHl tI tIIr
ioceedcd Ir l ° eeedcd ldcd at once to lay the propo proportion propoition propoitiofl ¬
rtion before orP Mr r M Olun H Hiould He Heuld Heuld
iould uld not howsvor hov ho IpQittid tIid tIidt and andthonrh a at
thonrh t touh diligent c1tJl nt inquiry was made at atI t tIII i ihis
I his III bouse and his oflKces oce his b where whcranout w wIi wherelihoulL
anout Ii hout up to a late latelloUr hour Vjuttght tgM cotrtd cotrtdnot akI110t ecoldIOt
not be h H sertznodAddrscI ccprlatned ccprlatnedAddnt < Mert ned nedAddress
Address iw the Street StreetThousands SbMt SbMtThousands StrsetTboieands
Thousands of otmen men stood 8tood in front of ofth ottl1
a tl1 th Mintrs ttiort T LIOft lort hell all the after afterr afterrn
r rn < > n a tvaitlag v Citing aiUa < developments deve4opm nts It was wasthought wasthought wasthought
thought there re would he an open air airrmetir sirnWtttpg iii iiinietlpg
rmetir > g but none was held After Afterth Afterth
th ° executives session eon inside the halt haltPresident IuLlIPr hailPretdent
President Pr hJmt Long made a short address addresst add addtf
t tf > thc crowd ue in tile street He said saidlie esidIi Id
lie Ii felt certain that the trouble would wouldlx
lx settled MNtbin nltln the next twentyfour twentyfourhours twent7fourhourR twentyfourbours
hours and advised the miners to be beon beon beon
on hand tonight with their dinner dinnerbuckets cUnnerbUlkets dinnerbUketB
buckets bucketsDuring bUlketsDurine bUketBDuring
During the afternoon h a circular was wasdistributed WUitrlbuted wasdistributed
distributed on the t streets st tII and among amongthe arooD arooDthe amongthe
the miners mine attending atteadlngthe the meeting tell teliJiijr teUn tell2i
Jiijr 2i n of o a move being made In Colo Colorado Colorado Colerado ¬
rado to o throw 20600 men out of o work workNo workNo ork
No 0 one but men holding cards in the theMiner th thMine th4lInere i
Miner union were ere permitted rmltte to enter enterthe enterthe enterthe
the hall What transpired at the meet meetIng m meetIng t tSnR
Ing was only known to members mem er ofthe oftheorganisation oftbeor of the theorganization
organization or anlaUon as the session was wa a se serret JML soret
L Met ret one except what Information was wastriven wallMglvn wasgiven I
Mglvn given out after aft adjournment The first firstjnntter Anatfrln Aratintter
jnntter frln Her to com eGfM before the meeting was wasih was1h 811 8111h
1h < proposition of Senator Clark and andthe aactt1l andth
the t1l local banks to furnish furnl money mone for forth fort forth
th purchase purc purch of the MacGinnlss stock stockThe stockTht stocklhe
The > offer was accepted with little or ortfo ortin orr
tin r onposftMik onposftMikA oY on14ndtle on14ndtlereputloh IU IUr
A resolution r utt b was a8 passed suggesting suggestingthf IIUCCe Umt Umtt
t th thf h need of adequate laws to meet meetemergencies meetrnertrencle8 meetinergenclea I
emergencies such as now confront the thej theJr theopO
j Jr > ople opl of Butte and the entire state stateI lltatenrere I
I nrere It fereaee ee Is also made in the resolu resolution resolutJ Iu IutiOl ¬
tion tJ to the judicial officers of Sliver SliverBOW SliverFow SliverItnw
BOW county whom the resolution ac accuses acuoe1 acc ¬
c cuses uoe1 of bias and prejudice In favor of ofono ofen ofYlc
ono en Ylc of the principal parties to numer numerous numerUS ¬ I IUS I
ous US suits iatoWlus I mtlUons of doliar doliarPetition doIxsPtltioa
Petition to t Governor GovamorTn doIknrl
Tn T1 conclusion the union calls upon uponGovernor upoftoernor uponypfl
Governor oernor ypfl Toole to convene nVfn an extraorj extraor extraorsenary
j 4 senary session setl lon of the legislature letri 1ature for the thep theJ theirpoeP
J p < irpoe of enacUng nactlns legislation legt lation that thatjill thatjll thatI
I jill iII correct C rrt the th evils mentioned ID Uone ac acVH 8f asPI
VH f PI I a 80 for f 01 the > purpose of trying and andimpeaching DelImpahnfC and1mpcatiflK
impeaching any public officer in the theutate theIItateho thestate
state IItateho u ho may be proven guilty of mal malfeasance 11Iteaanc mimifeasancc ¬
feasance in office officeThe offt offleeThe < e eThe
The resolution that created the s son sonitIon en enitniion n nF3lion
itniion itIon of the day and which was wasadopted walladoptf wasndoptL1
adopted > without a dissenting vote otf was wasthe Wallthe wasthe
the one objecting ob tlnc to the establishment establishmentof estabU hlDeAt hlDeAtor
of freo frf soup houses hou for the benefit be t of ofMle orIe ofillc
Mle Ie miner as was 8 suggested I by prom prominent promInMrt promInent ¬
inent officials of th the city cityTudKe cityJu cityjudge
judge Ju 1 William Clancy was severely severelycriticised severelycrltlclsel verelyrIUch
criticised rIUch t1 in the concluding passages paaa of ofthe orthfl ofC
C the resolution rp Ilutlon reference being made madeto
to the th statement made by b Clancy yes yesterday Yfttf yeatrday ¬
terday tf > rla in court to the amalgamated at attorneys attnme attorneys ¬
torneys tnme that his return retu t to the < city de depended cJeIndrl dcpcnded ¬
pended largely 1 r ply on Mo hi succ suiccess IW s attetid attetidJna atted4tnl atteddng
Jna ng his hi efforts to kill a bull elk and 1 a afew afw
few rabbits In the face of the present presentsituation prewntituatinn presentsituation 1
situation The meeting was orderly orderlythroughout orderl orderlythroughot
throughout throughoutMaoTinniss throQlthotltMaf throughotMartlinnIss
MaoTinniss Maf lnnisf and Forester bought boughttheir 1 1thllr I Itheir
their stock in the th Boston Montana Montanaand KOQtanasnd Montanaand
and Parrot companies three years ars ago agoth a ago1h o ot1
th Boston B < 4ston Montana shares costing costingSU6 StineSI16
SU6 116 each At the present time ttm though thoughrot thouprnt thoughrot
rot listed the same > stock toe commands commandstho in inthe Inth
the th neighborhood npl hborhnoc1 of S13 n 1l5 Their hold holdIngs hole1n holdIngs
Ings n constitute on t ttutf > onefifteenth of one per percent perPut perCeIt
cent Put 1 > f the whole wholeF
F Augustus lIltu tua Helnz refuses to make makeany naakny makeany
any ny expression fxprp ion as t > the offer of the theTiner thftflnT theTiner
> Tiner union at the present preHatthou ta Ime Imethough e ethouph
though thou h he h said he might later In the therl theS
S rl 1 ftht ht 1f he rould locate 10ca t MacOinnin MacOinnineny II acOb I
eny 8 something on the matter matterProtection matterb I
b Protection For Clancy ClancyJuigf ClancyJu ClancyJulgc
Juigf Ju i C nancy anc by vho whose > e decision it itvas Itat Itas
vas at that the miner ml of Butte are ar tied tiedup
4 up 11 appeared appear on the street IItre > t this thl morn mornIng mornnsr mornInc
Inc nsr Ruarded by two deputy sheriffs sheriffsnith sheriffttl
nith 0 ttl two tW others in the rear It Is said saidJudf said3Id Id I IJldr
Judf 3Id < lancy Jal1e fears vloienco Attor AttorTys Attormr
Tys 1 t for the th Amalgnmated Copper Copperc Coppercmtny < op opemany
c emany > m > iny reiiustl JII JucJ JuL IK I Clancy to tocxfM to1Cr toC
cxfM C 1Cr litf Hi > matters matte In unicr III jt i < p allow allo the thecase tbpC theCE
case C of to u get Pt to th supreme court by byr b bIjn
1 r tUg Ijn their tht > lr argumns j n the objec objections obJect1lrJ objetV ¬
V tions in fl the bond in n h > Jvn dvan V in the theMlilinniss theMa the1t4
Ma Mlilinniss I innlM Injunction uhjbh wh whI shut the theo theBo thetl
Bo tl o 1 Montana down downJ Judge 1 dp Clancy Clancyit CIn Y Yg
g 51 it > 11 if II wan iM too busy bul to tfke the mat matt
t t il i Mt t present prfflPntctip t1Jre T Ti J JI
I i ctip tie t I of appeal a fpci t I the he supreme upremti1 supremeI
I OItiII1Ej 111 1 Two w
Frightful Accident in inH inftewYork inNewYrk
H ftewYork w York Tunnel TunnelTOHS TunnelTONS
4 4M
M AiKW YORK Oct o M MThe The total of ofttve fitltvN ofIN
NEW IN > ttve h lost In th tM gigantic tIe tIekIq under undertaking imdlttaking ¬
taking kIq to pr prOvide few ew Tortwrs Tortwrs1th Tor Torfiltb TorXefsitb
filtb 1th rapid transit known as the tilea iiib iiibway ub ubway
way a was wumaterlaJb materially added to tonight toftIPtbell tonightwhen tonightwhen
when bell a series 1IeI1 DfMMU of 1a at Otto 0tMrcd Hw Hwdrcd HaS HaSdrcd
drcd rcd and NtnetyJtfth NJ street and andBroadway aDCBro andBroaway
Broadway Bro way iooiimed many tons of reck reckwhich rockwhich reckwhich
which fell on a sjutff ng of otmsn men engaged engagedat edat
at work in 1 the tunnel At midnight midnighttwo t 1l < ht htt
two t 0 dead had been taken ot two twoothers twoother twoothers
others were wtre re lyhftr ly lyh M fie iew with wttllroclul huge hugerocks kuerocks
rocks on b them dead four seventy w wjured lit litJured hi hijured
jured had been taken eat and It was wasestimated wuettlmate4 Wasestimated
estimated that there were w perhaps per tea teaother teBot teaother
other ot hfr men buried burlecIU beneath the mas me of ofstone olMont ofstone
stone stoneThe MontThe stoneThe
The section of the tunnel where the thefatality tMtatatlty thefatality
fatality occurred to one of the mOst dif difficult dlffJcult 411ficut ¬
ficult in the whole 1IoIe line being built builtthrough wilttbrouch builtthrough
through the solid lid rock AH A thiOstL throSgh the thetwentyfour thetwentyfour thetwentyfour
twentyfour hours of the day men 1 are areWorking areworIdD areWorking
Working worIdD there and pto progress fa slow slowTons 81owToo slowTons
Tons of Reek k Fell PfcllTc FeUTn Fellftntht
Tc Tn ftntht night ht a gang p ot men lwent went on duty dutywere dQtyat dUtyat
at I 0 dOdt 10th Atlt At i oeloclt preparatl prepnratlOiwere ll llwere
were made for blasts According AeconIID1rw AeconIID1rwstor to ie iestory tasstory
story stor of a colored swm an employed ou ouwork oi the thework thework
work an electrician electrlcl went into the > moUtn moUtnof moUtof outn outnor
of tbe tunnel to string wire He H Hfollowed was wasfollowed aa aafollowed
followed by about seventeen or eighteen eighteenItalians elChteenItaUana e1ghtenItalians
Italians The men m u had scarcely 17 entered enteredthe eat4ndthe enteredthe
the tunnel when three blasts were heard heardfollowed heardfollowed hesrdfollowed
followed by A rumbling sound and down downon downon downon
on top of the men fell Urns upon tons of ofrock ofrock ofrock
rock which had been loosened loosenedSeven Ioo ened8evtn loosenedSeven
Seven of the men had time to escape escapebut NCaptbut escapebut
but the greater number were aught and andburied andn andburled
buried before they had time to stir stirThe stirThe
The noise n = rh of the blasts = ea alarmed = the theneighborhood Uteehtbborhood theaeizhborhood <
neighborhood and brought crowds to t the thescene theene thescene
scene Hurry cap cap were sent for or police policereserves poUcreserves polleerMerres
reserves reserves firemen and hospital surgeons surgeonsand IIUaeonaad surgeonsand
and they responded re quickly and began begantbe tiepnt1M beganthe
the work of releasing rel the entombed la laborers abon 1 1borers ¬
borers bon
Two Dead Ken Takea Out OutIn Outlit Outlit
lit a short ort time four badly Injured InjuredItalians Injuredltallan InjuredItalians
Italians were taken out and two dead deadmen Medmen deadmen <
men but the others remained remal pinioned pinionedbeneath pinionedneath pinionedeneath
beneath neath the rocks roc Two of those tb who whowere whOw whowere
were w re nearest the rescuers r were so baeiy baeiycrushed baGlyeIWIlMd bealycrushed
crushed that it was evident they could couldnot eoul4lBOt couldnot
not JiVE To relieve their agony the hoe hospital hoepi ho hopital ¬
pital pi tal physicians Ihy8lcJa administered a DItered morphine morphineAnother morphl morphlAnoher morphineAnother
Another Incident was the amputation amputationof
of the leg le of an Imprisoned workman workmanAcross workmanAcr workmanAcrOsa
Across tl his limbs rested re a huge rock rockwhich JO rockwhich k kwhJeh
which was so heavy beav that It could not be bemoved 1Mmov bemoved
moved mov In an effort to pave his life it itwas Itw Itwas
was w decided decId to amputate his leg It which whichwas whtcWa hlct hlctwau
was Wa badly crushed Th The subway at this thispoint tblapoint thispoint
point Is deeper than at any an other place placeIts PlaceIt placeIts
Its floors being beln < sixty feet below the stir ¬
face faceThe
The work ork was as In the Immediate charm charmOf
Of General ral Superintendent Hunt and Gen General General Geeoral ¬
eral Foreman Richard Beers Bae for the thecontractors theconlractotl thecontractors
contractors I 4 L B McCabe A Bro BroPolice BroPoIIte BroPollee
Police Captain Hal Halpin pin said they would wouldbe wouldbe
be arrested when the work of rescue had hadproceeded hadproceeclfNl hadproceeded
proceeded far enough to permit of their theirbeing
being taken away without hindrance to tothe totb tothe
the tb workAt WorkAt work workAt
At tar ti this morning Sunday three threehcdl t1aretibed threehedlea
hedlea bed had b bM n taken t4kn0at out ut and three thiwmore th thJIIore threemore
more could be seen half buried burl burlroek benstq benstqrock beu
rock lOb Supsriateadeat upermatesd teacJ8et nt Hon Ha Hat Ban4s Ban4ssttmmait v4BJa4W3 > e estatstsjcnt
statstsjcnt t that the net of 0 Bead eadad eadadtHII would wouldreaeh neQidt
reaeh t seventeen tHII The work of excirvA excirvAmg ex excvswill V1I V1Itile
mg the bodies will continue during duri the theIItchL theeme
Jttght IItchL
eme emeTRUE
aCarriege of Captain Steedman to toMiss toiH toXis
Miss iH Jessie Bean BeanSpecial BeanSpKlal BeanSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldPortland HeraJdPortlAnd HeraldPortland
Portland Ore Oct 24 tA A pretty ro romance romance romance ¬
mance that started In Salt Lake City Citysome Clt CltIIOII1e Citysome
some years ago a o culminated In Portland Portlandtonight Fortlanttonl Portlandtonight
tonight tonl bt in the marriage of Captain R R RSteedman RSteedman RSteodman
Steedman of the Sixteenth infantry for formery forMery forinery
mery stationed at Fort Douglas ani aniMiss an anKI anzIMI
Miss KI Jessie E Bean a former resident of ofthat 0 0that ofthat
that city cU Both parties were ere prominent prominentin
in social circles of Salt Lake City Clt The Thecaptain Th ThI1 Theea
captain ea I1 taln wooed and won the band of MUs MUsBean MusBean MLisBean
Bean but a lovers quarrel parted p rted them themHe themHe
He sought to fQrget the past by plunging
himself hlm elr into the SpanishAmerican whir wirshe whirshe
she by b marrying another man but fate fatedecreed fatedecreEc1 fatedecreed
decreed that they tb should be one and andafter aMafter andafter
after a lapse of time in which the cap captain captaiR captale ¬
tale remained true and Miss Bean sepa separated separated ¬
rated from her husband they thef have been beenreunited hienreunited
reunited r nited by the same old Cupid whose whosepranks who5eprankII whosepranks
pranks separated them five years ago agoFELL aaQFELL agoFELL
St Louis Business Du ineu Man Nearly Killed Killedon
on Stone Step StepSt St8 St8St StepsSt
St Louis Mo 0 Oct 24Jaine James L Blair Blaira
a member of the th board of directors of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Worlds fair and who recently r rsigned re re resigned
signed as a general counsel for the fair fairwhile fairwhile fairwhile
while standing tonight on the veranda of oflus OKhie ofhis
his home near Kirkwood west of this tlilecity thiscity
city suddenly collapsed ed and fell bead beadlong bead10D bedlong
long backward down a a flight of six sixstone sixatone sixstone
stone steps He was picked up uncon unconscious unconselous ¬
scious and hurriedly carried Into the thehouse thehouse
house Physicians worked with him for fortwo Cortwo fortwo
two hours before he was 811 restrode to con consciousness condouene conedousness ¬
sciousness fl At 11 oclock oclo k tonight he h was wasresting wasj wasresting
resting comfortably comfortablynervous comfortablyMr
Mr Blair j had been n In an overwrotl overwrought overwroughtnervous ht htIWrvous
nervous state for some time He baa g gbeen baabeen nasbeen
been greatly annoyed over published publishedstatement pubUbedstatementt1 publishedstatements
statement questioning que tlot ng his hi management managementof
of an estate e tate of which he is trustee The Theallegations Tlteallecatlolts Theallegations
allegations were rapublished re ubll hed here today todayand todayand todayand
and when the statements were brought to toMr 0lr toMr
Mr Blairs notice be e denounced them as asfalsehoods aafalllehoods asfalsehoods
falsehoods and stated that the th mtftter mtftterwas mlttterwas matterwas
was now in the hands of the grand jury juryFIRE jurYFIRE juryFIREAT
Shores Shor Block Burned BurnedLoN Lose About
150000 150000Ashland 150000Ashland 150000Ashland
Ashland Wis W Oct 24The Snores Snoresblock ShorNblock Shoresblock
block caught fire at 1290 oclock this thismorning thismornl thismornlnk
morning mornl and at 1 oclock the flames had hadgained hadalu hadgained
gained alu such headway that the building buildingwas
was practically destroyed destroyedTbe dftftroyedThe destrOyedTb
The Tb Northwestern road telegraph te1e rph < oper operators operaton operstore ¬
store were driven oat of the building buildingshortly bulkUncahoitly buildingshortly
shortly after the fire was discovered dl by bythe bythe bytim
the intense smoke The Northwestern Northwesterndispatchers Northwesterndfspatrhers terD
dispatchers office Warner Brothers Brothersdrug Brothersdrug
drug store the Braxflton Conservatory of ofMusic ofMusic
Music and half a don law offices are eraburned arebunted areburned
burned out The loss will be flSOMO flSOMOSeveral 115 15GIOOSeveral
Several e sensational rescues have been beenmade beenmade
lro nrenatlhl =
made m through the third story windows windowsOne windowsOne d dOne
One woman ana a half dosen men were werecarried WfIecarrl we wecarried
carried carrl by the firemen down do ladders laddersOthers laddenOthen ladderOthers
Others may be in the building The In Intense Inten Intense ¬
tense ten e smoke makes further fure her work of rim rescue reue rimcue ¬
cue ue impossible and loss 10 of life is feared fearedEMPLOYES tea teaEMPLOYES
New York Oet 4John John ohn Walsh h J P PCorporation PJlanl PFlanigan
Jlanl n and William Gould All lm employsd
ploysd IOYIOYa In the factory of the Hartford Hartfordwrpft Hartfordarpet
wrpft Corporation company in this tb cRy cttywere eftywere cRywere
were arrested today charged with robbing robbingthe robbl robbltM
the company COm n of o wool to the totalvalue totalvalueof total value valueof
of tS3MO 000 during the past two months montlallThe montlallTheprleonen The Theprisoners Theprisoners
prisoners are supposed to have disposed disposedof u unr
of their plunder to tl a junk dealer in inwhose InwhOse
whose nOttf shop several bales of stolen IIt wool woolwere woolwere woolwere
were found foundHan foundWILTi
11 11WILL
Han Francisco Franci co Oct 24 24Upon Upon a mo motion moUon jimtlon ¬
tion made by United States Attorney AttorneyMarshal AttorneyMarshal AttorneyMarshal
Marshal B Woodworth before Com Commissioner Commlsflloner Cornmissioner ¬
missioner Heaeock today It was de decided dedded decided ¬
cided that the case of James W Er Erwln Erwin Erwin
win the t Indicted postal inspector be bereopened bereopened bereopened
reopened for the admission adml 10n of addi additional additional sdditional ¬
tional testimony by l y both sides on onOct onOct onOct
Oct 30 Woodworth did didnot not discuss discussthe dl discussthe cUtllM cUtllMthe
the matter but admitted that the theprosecution thepr08 theprosecuflon
prosecution pr08 > uon had evidence of Importance Importanceto
t to present pre ent
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lONGER IONG R RBristows TUAN TU M lt 1L LAW LAWt LAWBristows
Bristows Report Placed c in the theliands Hands of ofBe the thePrdtd President itt t Will WillBe w lr lrB
Be B Given 6i en to tothe the the Public as asH i iSoon
S Soon Possible t
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T J 11 7ASaSOCf5CW A samdOf Oct 4nepost 4nepostVV tThe The post postyf postv
VV yf ma master er jenU IJIIPINIIaJt at i Iii 1 p m mIaered de delivered de deMwereil ¬
livered td the president t the report reportof
of Fourth Fourt Assistant Postmaster Postma ter Gen General Gtmral Gemeral ¬
eral ral Brtstow B tow on DU tbe postal investigation investigationPostmaster IDvetltl investigationPostmslet atlon atlonP
Postmaster P General Payne remained remainedwith remainedwith remainedwith
with the president cIeot only onl a few f w minuses minusesAs mln minuesAs II IIA
As A he left n the 11Mex executive ut1ve office he sad sa4in sa saIn sadlii
in response respoOlletOlnquirer8 respoOlletOlnquirer8Yea to inquirers inquirersYe InquirersYes
Ye Yea the tJ e Brtetow r report pdrthas has at test testbeen lastbeen 8t 8tbeen
been placed in l the hands of the pre president prealdent l ldent ¬
dent Of course cQ tse se we did not consider it itat Itat Itat
at this meeUn meetingbut but probably later in intbe Inthe Inthe
the day We shall take It up in part partAttorney partAttorney partAttoey
Attorney General Knox will be present presentwhen pteMntWiwwe presentWhen
Wiwwe when we consider C It ItThe ItThe IfThe
The report is Isv very rylonlr 1long long It contained
St Louis Oct W 14A A dedication serv service service rv rvice ¬
ice of the greatest magnitude Uude since the thededication titededication thededication
dedication of the Louisiana LGutilta Pttrehaee Pttrehaeeexpoeition Pvre1laMrapoettlon PureliaseexposItion
exposItion Itself K was waa w conducted cluettd on the theexposition theexpo theexposition
exposition expo grounds gr unda this afternoon in inthe Inthe Inthe
the dedication of the Temple of Fra Fraternity Fraternlty Fr Frternity ¬
ternity a building of Immense proper proportions propcntiont propertions ¬
tions in which conferences and meet meetings meethp meetiLga ¬
ings of the fraternal organisations will willbe willbe willbe
be held The Th style of erection ef the thestructure thestructureh thestructure
structure In an adaptation of the Par Parthenon Parthenon Parthenon ¬
thenon at Athens and contains eighty eightycommittee eichtycommittee eightyomrnlttee
committee rooms a large room and an anopen anopen anopen
open court in the center centerAt centerAt centerAt
At 1M 1 oclock the ceremony Ctremon began beganwith be beganwith an anwith
with a parade te the fair grounds in inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which scores of different national fra fraternal fm fmtemnal ra ratHnal ¬
ternal organizations were represented representedWhen repreaentedVhen representedWhen
When the procession had reached ached the theftir th th1lr thftir
ftir grounds the long line was as aug augmented augmented augmented ¬
mented by the procession of the wo womens womens womens ¬
mens auxiliary branches of o the organ organIxations organItatlon organIvatlons
Ixations and the line of march was wasthen wagthen wasthen
then direct to the Temple of Frater Fraternity Fraternity Fraternlty ¬
New York Oct W 1IITwOdecISilons 24Two Two deci decIons ons in inthe inthe I Ithe
the case of George W Beavers the theIndicted theindicted I
Indicted poRtal official were handed handeddown handeddown handeddown
down byJudge by Judge Holt In one the ap application applicatlon ¬ I Iplication
plication of Beavers to have United UnitedStates UnitedStat UnItedStates
States Stat District Attorney Youngs of ofBrooklyn ofBrooklyn ofBrooklyn
Brooklyn and Miss Amy Wrenn his hisstenographer hisstenograpper hIsstenograpimr
stenographer punished for f r disobeying disobeyinga
a subpoena of Commissioner Hitchcock Hitchcockis
is denied deniedThe deniedThe j
The application ppU aUon for a writ of ha habeas babea hahens ¬
hens corpus and certiorari asked hi be behalf beball behalf ¬
half of Beaver on the secoad charge chargeagainst c4argeinst elargeagainst
against < him based on the Washington W1hlngtonIndictment lVbahlngtonIndictment WashingtonIndictment
Indictment is I granted and the arrest arrestis
is vacated The judge holds that a asecond and asecond
second nd arrest arre t made ma on o the Washington Washingtonindictment Va WashIngtonIndictment hhlcton hhlctonindtctment
indictment when Beavers Bea was already alreadyIn
In court on the Brooklyn indictment indictmentwas lJ8dlctmentas
was as illegal illegalIf
If this decision decl ton is applicable to the theother theother theother
other three Washington indictments l it itwill Itwtll Itwill
will result In his arrest on all four fourindictments fourIndictments fourIndictments
indictments returned against a llUit him by bythe b bthe bythe
the federal grand jury ht Washington Washingtonbeing Vfashingtoabeing VashinctoBbelnc
being vacated pending pencljngtbe the final de dei deUNIONSMERGED e eUNIONS
Organizations Or anizat1ons of Carpenters Get To Together Toether Togather ¬
gather getherIndlanapotte gatherIndIanapolIs ether etherIDdlanapolls
IndIanapolIs Indt led Oct < t 24 24T 24The The re report Nport yeport ¬
port of Ae4phis Strausser traua er of 41 Buffalo Buffalothe DuftaJothe Buffalothe
the umpire to wfeom ium was left the ques question quaIon quesflea ¬
Ion of the amalgamation lpo ft tloll of the two twonational t twonMkniai 0 0national
national organisations ortlon of carpenters carpenterswaa
was wa received reeeIedtoeJaY today by President Hu Huber Hubel Hither
her at the national l headquarters hea4qu of ofthe orthe ofthe
the United U ited Brotherhood BrotherhoodBy
By the report the t Unfted Brother Brotherhood Brotherhood ¬
I hood of Carpenters C and Joiners of ofAmerica ofAmerica ofAmerica
America and the th Amalgamated Society Societyof
of Carpenters and Joiners are to tom8lged be bemerged hemerged
merged into one national naUo organization organisationon
on J Jan n 1 IMS The new organization organisationshall organiaatlonshall organizationshall
shall take the name of the brotherhood brotherhoodAll
All unions of the Amalgamated Amal amRted society societyshall societyshall
Ishall shall be granted grant new charters free freeThe freeThe e eI
I The dues of the t e new organizatIons will willbe willbe m
be Increased ed about 50 per r cent centA e1tA neilA <
r A temporary > trade agreement acreem nt for the theyear theYfar theyear
year 104 commencing comtn ndng Jan 1 is pro provided ptOvlded provided ¬
vided for by which each uh organization organizationshall or anlzatlon anlzatlonI
shall recognize cardsfrom cards from the other otherFIVE otherv otherFIVE
1 1FIVE v
Suffern N Y Oct 24 24Fhe Five Italians Italianswho ItaJJanswbo Italianswho
who were w re repairing < the track trac of the theErie tbeErie theErie
Erie railroad at the Rampo curve were wereInstantly w wereinstantly re reInstantly
Instantly killed by b an express train trainthis trainthis trainthis
this morning A number of other la laborers labo Iahomers ¬
borers bo were Injured and removed r te the theI tbel theI
l I hospital
110900 words wortissJo e out > at ei Ky columns oIunma oIunmaan to toan liian t
an ordinary aeWjpejper JWfw Mn n addition a dttlon te tethe etbe tothe
the report proper r there te afc BOQ exhibits exhibitsall e eahibltaallofwkicharer hlblt I III
all allofwkicharer II of which are rettrveejrtd N1e t in the there thereport re report ¬
port The avemjge ave Ie IO3 leHMh oC the ex exhibit exblWta cxhiWta ¬
hibit is five dv typewritflSi t wrlt ixtges m peg or orabout orabout orabout
about 2QM wojtte word Thexbibtts Tb hJbTtiJ con contain contaut Ontaln ¬
taut therefore about ab ut IJfeMM words wordsPublished wordsPublished wordsPublished
Published In Utft tl Torm oBan 4 aa ordinary ordinarygovernment oJiulTJrhvernmQt ordInarygbverjunet
government doettmsAL dOO domtta tnl6t she ke exhibits exhibitsalone exhibItsalone hJbits hJbitsalone
alone would make 1JN wiltedpages wiltedpagesNo l1ttelpagesNo ied J 8o
No o time J has been bee fixed sta4Y y yXor for the pub publication publicatlon tlJt tlJtlIcaUon ¬
lication of the report vHt It win wlfigiven be begiven be4 be4gIven
given to the public ae a sooff as s prmeUca prmeUcaMe
Me President Pre ldentBeoNveltwlU Roosevelt ReoseveitwlIl will go over oerIt overit I IIt
It very carefully and nd 4 w wlBn he makes makesIt i iI I
I it public is likely to supplement s t ft with withsome withsome
some comments of his ovpt OeJ ot t
Thousands ef people surrounded the thebuilding the1N1 thebuilding
building 1N1 ln as since daylight the differ different dlffereat algercut ¬
eat trains had been pouring Ourlngatreal1J Ourlngatreal1Jof streams streamsof
of visitors vJ ft r into the city cityPresident cityPreeidsst
President D R R Francis of tye tyeWorlds tJleorld tjieWorlds
Worlds orld fair delivered the address addr of ofi ofwelcome ofwelcome
i welcome Which was responded re porwl d to by byI b bPresident
I 1 President Noah M Given of the Fra Fraternal Fraternal ¬
ternal ternalBuJldlng Building association associationThe WIiOClationThf
The flag of the fair was then ua uaI nflfurled
I furled about the building by Mrs I J W WFrankel WI WFmankel
Frankel secretary of the auxiliary auxiliaryboard a auliIryboard Jaw Jawboard
I board of lady managers the ceremony ceremonybeing eertfmoeybeing cerdinoilybeing
being conducted by C F Hutfleld sec secretary eecretary ¬
retary tary of the board of directors of the theWorlds tbeVorlds theWorlds
Worlds Fair Fraternal Building asso oclatton assoelation association ¬
elation ciationSpeeches clattonSpeeches elationSpeeches
Speeches followed from Lee LeeoW W WtSquleres WFraternities
tSquleres pre president ldent of the Associated AseocitedFraternltles AssociatedFraternities
Fraternities of America Mr G L LMiller LMiller
Miller president of the auxiliary board boardof boardof
of lady managers E ilL O Wood presi president prMidfolU pres presdent ¬
dent of o the National Fraternal con congress eongross ¬
I gross and Lieutenant Governor W t A ANorthcott AKorthcott ANorthcott
Northcott of Illinois
lon cf by the federal court of the New NewYork NewYork
York district on the proceedings in the theBrooklyn theBrooklyn
Brooklyn Indictment IndictmentBeavers IndictmentBeavers
Beavers Had been arrested in the theNew theNew theNew
New York district on a bench warrant warrantcalling warraptcalltng warrajztcalling
calling for his removal to the Brook Brooklyn Brooklyn Btooklyn ¬
lyn district to be trlea on this Indict htdletment Indictment Indictmeat ¬
ment He had demanded examination examinationhere examinationhere examinationhere
here and had given bail when he was wasagain wasagain a
again arrested on a warrant tailing tailingfor eal1fngfor tellingfor
for his removal to Washington for fortrial fortrial fortrial
trial on the first Washington Indict Indictment Indictment Indictmeat ¬
ment At first he demanded examina examination examination examlnation ¬
tion and gave bail but later his surety suretysurrendered tntsurreadered sUretysurreadered
surreadered him and his attornesIIWOre attorneysswore attorneys attorneysswore
swore out a writ TIt of habeas corpus on onthe onthe onthe
the ground that his simultaneous re removal re rereo1 ismoral ¬
moral to Brooklyn and Washington Washingtonwas YaabUtsnwas
was impossible impossibleIf I I
If the two proceedings procee for war warrants warrants ¬
rants for removal said Judge Holt Holtresulted Heltre Holtresulted
resulted re in an order for removal it itis ItIs I
is obvious that such orders could not notbe notbe notbe
be complied with Uh at the same thus tkneMy thusMy i iMy
My conclusion is that the arrest on onthe OIlthe onthe
the second warrant should be vacated vacatedDETECTIVE v vicatedDETECTIVE ted1
Indictment Quashed in Stahl Con Csaspiracy 0 i ispiracy
spiracy Case CaseIndianapolis CaseIndianapolis
Indianapolis Ind Oct 24 24J 2Jiig Judge Al
ford of the criminal court today sum summarily su sumanly t ¬
manly quashed quas the t tb indictments which
t have been known ae the Stahl eoiMpfr eoiMpfracy COphI eogmphany
I any t case BefORe the recent election electionmembers electionmembers tloll tlollmembers
members of the City league acting aeU g In Inconnection h
I connection with an attorney employed t
by b the city council to investigate
I charges of corruption in city contract eont et eteuIed >
I secured Detective Stahl from Prose Prosecutor Proaecutor Prosecuter
cutor Folk of St Louis to assist t in fer ferreting ferre tsrreting
reting re > tfng out crime The detective dete < Uve pre pretended peetended
I I tended to represent a mythical slot slotmachine SletJn6Chlne
machine company and Me approached the thepresident tbpre tepresident
president of the board of public wtfktt wtfkttto w wto
to get permission rml lon and protection ta hr
I placing their slot machines machinesj
j I The public official had Stahl Stahlarrested Stahlarrestedon arrested arrestedon
on a bribery charge and the Jury jur m mzens hidicted
I dicted Stahl and three well ell known cltl cltlzens cR1seas
zens and members of the league one oneof oueor oneof
of them the councils attorney charg ¬
ing conspiracy ton plracy Todays decision ends endsthe endthe endsthe
the case in favor of the league leagueTRAUSFBESOSD l ue ueTRANSFERItBD
St Paul Oct 24i 4o0rdrs Orders were werellved re received mecelved ¬
ceived today relieving Major Charles CharlesE
E KHborae as chief paymaster De Department Department Depertinent ¬
partment of Dakota D and ordering him himto himto himto
to proceed pr d to Fort Slim Houson Ho Hofor Tex Texfor Tenfor
for duty dut as chief hie paymaster parma ter XWngrt XWngrtment Vepgrtment
ment of Texas
d 0
Little Information About Chase ChaseCourtmartial ChaseCourtmartial ChaseCourtmartial
Courtmartial Allowed to toLeak toLeak I
Leak Le k Out Outleaver OutfL OutItoaver
leaver YerOtot Get M tTbe The courtuUMrtisl to toaeraoon toIn toJy
fL Jy In Mutlve usiotj 1oD took up for ferderadon fortehelderatlon
tehelderatlon aeraoon the demand of counsel el tor torJeHeral torJral tomClssemal
JeHeral John Chase Cha charged with per perJttrj peord perW3
Jttrj W3 disobedience d and insubordination insubordinationnMit
lI nMit ift Aujutaat Generil nenl Sherman Bell wao woothe Waothe
the author of the charge duu shall sub submit subJIIlt subput ¬
put certain PrIsm orders on file in his office in inevidence InIdence Inlvidence
evidence Idence it te claimed that these order orderwill orofrlJwtU ordersWIlL
will entirely f1lttlel defeat feHt the charges against againstGeneral agalnlltn againsttenors
General tenors n Chase Adjutant General Bll Blldeclined Bdldeclined BJldeclIned
declined to bring < them in upon request requestof t tQr
of counsel eou 1 for the accused claiming thatthe that thatthe thatthe
the public was not entitled to know iow their theircontents theircontent theircontents
contents contentsThe contentThe contentsTh
The Th court this afternoon decided to tocall toIJ toeall
call IJ upon General Bell for the order de demanded de demanded demended ¬
manded by General Chase Whether WhetherCHmeral WhetbeOtsnast WhetherGeneral
General Bell has acceded te the demand demandor
or not is not known The court held an anevening anfentng anevening
evening evasion behind behIMeIo closed doors At AtIi
11 oclock oclocktonight ktodtrbt tonight it ws w stilt in ireeslsn sesuinGeneral ireeslsnGeneral
General Ben being llleln ptesent and the hb Bu Burner T0CftJrr u umom ¬ 1
mom was CftJrr ourrent tba t tb be Sad produced producedthe prod prodthe
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the derared erders Vie io Jnfarmation t couta i ibe
be obtained e4 Jrotw o any veliebJe source re ret isardbithe j
ardbithe t he mattw s sLatoif r rf r rnemethhi
nemethhi Latoif of f a sengatioa tIoat was created createdlate createdlate createdlate
late today toda by the announcement ent that thatGovernor lh3tPeabodl thatGovernor
Governor Peabodar had askeil a ktMl Attorney
General Miller 1m for f an opinion as to his hispower hLspower hispower
power to remove Adjutant General Gen ra1 Bell Bellwithout Bellwithout Bellwithout
without recourse to a court martial trial trialThe trhdThe trialThe
The attorney general te understood to tohave tohave
have assured the governor that he has
full power to remove the adjutant gee geasral x geecr51 a aeral
sral at will willThe wJIIthe willThe
The court adjourned at midnight No Notftement Nostgteaient
8 tftement tUl ftt of the proceedings was given givenft givenceePt giveno
o ft except that a motion to dismiss dl mlM the thecharges tbecIiarxM thecharges
charges as not proven was taken under underadvisement underment underat1sement
advisement advisementENEMY at1sementENEMY ment mentENEMY
+ San Francisco Oct 24 tIt It is an announoed annou 4 +
+ nounoed nou that Horticultural Com Commisetoner Comml + 4missioner
+ missioner ml ioner Cooper has strong hope hopethat 4 4that f fthat
+ that the day of the codlin moth in InCJtfornla 4 4f 4
4 f California will soon come to an anf aneBd +
4 f end An enemy for the codlin Codltnmoth + f ff
4 f moth has t been > een discovered in south outhern southem + f fr
+ r ern em Europe urope The discoverer dt discovererGeorge coverer te tGeorge + f fGeorge
+ George Comperd of LOB Angeles AngoelesIn + 4In
+ + In southern Europe it is stated statedthere 4 t tt
4 t there is no need to spray for pro protaction + f t tflection
4 flection taction against the codlin moth mothIts mothIta +
+ Its insect enemy keeps it down so 80that + f ft
4 t that at least W per cent of the theapplea + 1 f fapples
+ apples are not disturbed disturbedComml +
4 4 Commissioner Comml loner Cooper has open opened opeaeel 4
+ ed correspondence corre pondence with the gov 4 4emnment f ff
+ f ernment of West Australia which whichmay + 4
4 4 may share the expense with Cali Callt Californta CalIforMs +
+ t fornta of bringing the remedy remedyf remedyfrom 4 4from +
+ f from abroad abroadQuarantine 4 4Quarantine f ff
+ f Quarantine Officer Craw Cra has hILSHnt hassent +
+ sent to Cuba a colony of insects In Insectsto ecta ectato + f fto
+ to destroy a parasite that is prey preytng + t
4 4 lag upon the pineapple industry industryIn +
4 iln + in Cube A similar service has hasbeen + 4been
+ been performed for Tahiti to save avethe + 4
4 4 the trees of various klnds kInd < from fromdestructlon 4 4
4 destruction by the cottony cushion cushionscale 4 4acaie 4 4scale
+ scale scaleCONVENTION scaleCONVENTION +
4 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
Columbus 0 Oct 24 totPerry Perry Heath Heathof Heathof Heathof
of Utah secretary secreta of the Republican RepublicanNational RepublicanNational RepublicanNational
National committee stated today that thatafter thataftM thatattr
after the election next month a call callwill caUwtJI callwill
will be issued sued for the usual meeting meetingof
of the Republican National committee committeem
m Washingon D C Dec 9 and 18 for forthe forthe forthe
the purpose of selecting selectln a place and andtime andtime andtime
time for the next nominating conven convention conventIOR ¬
tion In 1904 The convention he be believed beIleved beIleved ¬
Ileved will be held near the middle of ofnext ornext ofnext
next June Only Onl three cities have up upto upto upto
to this time entered the race for the theconvention tilecpnyentlon theepnvention
convention They are Plttebwrg St StLeuis stLeui8 Stteals
teals and Detroit although it is un understood uner tinderstood ¬
derstood er toocl that Chicago will become an anactive allUve ansctlve
active Uve aspirant aspirantJAPANESE uplrantJAPANESE
Missoula Mont ont Oct 24 KTona Tona Suki a aJapanese aJapane aJajnese
Japanese e employed emf Ioyed in the Northern Pa Pactafc PafIUIIe PaIt
ctafc It section s tIon gang out of Missoula was wasshot wlUJbot wasshot
shot and instantly In taAtIr killed kU by Jack Fair Fairfax Fatrflox Fairfax ¬
fax a l yearold boy tonight The shoot shooting sbootI shootlag ¬
lag I occurred In the yards near the west westend westnd westend
end Fairfax who has just t been re released rfrom released ¬
leased from the reform school was on onthree onthe onthe
the tracks with two other lAds and met metthree
1 three Japanese Fairfax attempted to tohold tohold tohold
hold up the Japanese acd covered Suki Sukiwith Suklwith Sukiwith
with a revolver Two of the Jasaaese Jasaaesestarted J Jatarted Jassassestarted
started to run and Fairfax snot Sold Suktdead Sulcid4 Solddead
dead Fairfax was arrested and con confessed conto conteased ¬
teased to to the crime saying he does not notknow notkD notkudwwhy
know kudwwhy why heehot heehotYELLOW he hot hotVELLall
Thirteen New Cases Cas at Laredo and andOne andOne andOne
I One Death DeathSan DeathSan DeathSan
San Antonio Tex Oct 24 2tThf The official officialyellow officialJ
t yellow e11QW fever bulletin n issued today tocht shows soowaNew II OwsNfw showsI
J I New cases two deaths one total totalceases totalEIUIM totalI
I ceases eleven elev n total deaths four The Thedeath Thedeath Thedeath
death was that of a Mexican MexicanI MexicanLarHo MexicanLaredo
Laredo I > ar Mlo Tex Oct Oct54Tonights 24 Z4TonJghts Tonights official officialyellow ofClclalyellow officialyellow
yellow fever bulletin bul tln shows showsHew sbowNew showsNew
New cases thirteen deaths deat one on total totalcases t totaleases > tal talasH
cases to date 522 52 total deaths to date datefortythree d datefortythree te tet
fortythree t
Chioago Street Railway Is Hope Hopelessly H lopelessly o e elessly ¬
lessly insolvent insolventOHARGES InsolyentI InsolyentOHARGE8 InsolvntCHARGES
f CHICAGO Oct M MTJte The Lake Street Streett oeetj SfreetU
t CKlCAOO U j i Elevated JllevatedJtai1Iaa4 Railroad Co capitalized capitalizedat
at Itt0t0e06 was placed in the thehands UtebaDcIa thehada
hands of a receiver er today in purruaiice purruaiiceC PUlluaaceeta
eta at C a resolution passed by b the board of ofdirector ofdIrecton ofdirectors
director asking aaItfa for the appointment appointmentThe
The Qrder was entered in the Cook Cookcounty Cookcuunty Cookcounty
county circuit by Judge Tuttle who whoappointed whoappointed whoappointof
appointed the Equitable Trust Tru company companyreceiver companyreceiver companyreceiver
receiver for all the property of the thecompany thecollQNU17 thecompany
company in the bill which was filed filedby AIedDyr fliedby
by Dyr James Boltoa and Daniel E Crilly Crillystockholders Crill Crilltltockbolder Crlllystockholder
stockholders in the company it is I al alleged aIIpd mleged ¬
leged the company Is hopelessly 17 In Insolvent mlYent insolvent ¬
solvent lYent and that this condition has re resulted re reaulted meetilted ¬
sulted from the reckless ree extravagance extravaganceead
and fraudulent t conduct of Charles T TYerkes TYerkes TYerkes
Yerkes and his associates and the mis mismanagement m1iint misnimnegeineut
management nt of Clarence A Knight Knighthis
his h representative representativeThe leJNe entative entativeThe
The complainants further declare that
the purpose of Mr Yerkes and his asso o ocates
etat cates ts is to wreck and destroy de the said saidid saidrOad
rOad id with the view of acquiring < the theae theat thesome
some ae at a sacrifice and thereby eliminat ¬
hag and cutting off the rights of other otherstockholders
stockholders stockholdersTerkes 8I totkholdersTeres kbolderaY
Terkes Y and his associates u it is I averred averredcontrol aerNdCGDtrot averredcontrol
control a majority of the stock of the thecompany then theeipeny
company n and hare the power to continue continueiiret
their iiret hold thereupon 8uer through t fa the t ee eeof den <
r rt
i and retention of a boa board of r rn1Nserv1ent directors directorssubservient dlrectussubservient
subservient to their wishes wishesCharge wiabesChargM wishesCharges
Charge Ridiculed RidiculedPresident iUdlculedPresident
President Knight Knl < ht tonight ridiculed ridlcul the thecharge thecbaqes thecharges
charge made in the petition for or the re receivership meceivershtp ¬
ceivership ceher htp I should not dlnify these thesecharges theeecbarC4B thesecharges
charges witha with a serious answer Wff saM he
hlf If the court proceeding rOc are based on oncharges onc oncharpr
charges c of mismanagement against the theofficers theofflftnl theofficer
officers of the company lMIny then the direct directors dlrecton direct01z ¬
ors who authorized the th filing of the bill Wllre blUare billare
are re charging themselves thm elva with misman mismanagement mlllmanapn18Dt inimnanageluent ¬
agement because e they constitute a ma ¬
jority of the board and then approved approvedall
all the acts of the officers officersThere officersThere
There has been a threat of litigation II Uon Uonor
for or some time t in order to attack the lease leasemade leasemade
made by the th Lake Street company in 18N 11
to the Union Loop company This prob probrhe probAbly probably
Ably 18 behind tbe th present proceedings
The charges c of mismanagement were in Inan iiiall
an II probability made for the thea purpose Of OfgIv1n
Jdvtn the court jurl jurisdiction to appoint appointa
a receiver receiverThe recfherThe receiverrhe
The allegations allft UonH about Charles CbarJ T 1
Ywkes domination of the affairs attal of this thiscompany thiscompany
company are also ridiculous in Ittl Mr
Yerkes practically severed Ms connection connectionwith connectionwith
with the Lake Street company and a year year5Vn yearif yearsco
sco 5Vn he mid ° w his 1a few w remaining shares
if ndno dno dno1a 1aa
He has not n now a dollars I worth of o oNt inter interest intercut = ¬
est in th the company either in stocks or
bonds In my opinion there was not suf ¬
ficient ground shown 8ho for the appoint apponttrestot appointment ltment
ment of a receiver We certainly shall
reM this proceeding proceedingRECEIVER proceedlqRECEIVER proceedingRECEIVERASKED I
Creditors of Aeae smieHai4sstrnr smieHai4sstrnrpany Harvester HarT Ctabm Ctabmpany 0IiapanT
pany Petition the ort OewrtCbiOKgro ortCht OsartClg3
CbiOKgro Cht < Oct 34 iA A petition JKdI OD haS been beenfll beenWH
fll WH d for f < the appointment of ota a receiver receivertor recetverfOr receiverfor
fOr the Acme 4 me Harvester IIar arvimter ler cojapany Yef ot oteerw
iuii eerw The matter was hro brought ht be before be before ¬
fore Judge Kohlsaat today h Iathe the Unit United UJdted United ¬
ed States district courthere courthereThe Court urt hen henThe hereThe
The application to have the concern concernadjudged Qncernadjudped concernadjudged
adjudged bankrupt was made in the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States court at Peoria Judge JudgeKohlsaat JudgeKohisaat I
Kohlsaat was unwilling to act at once onceand onceand onceand
and the hearing was continued till next nextMonday nextMonday I
Monday The petition was filed In the thenames thenames thenames
names of o oi three creditors whose e claims claimsaggregate claJmaagpoegate claimsaggregate
aggregate 27000 27000 They cite several severalpreferential severalpreferential veral veralpreferential
preferential payments as grounds for formaking tormaking formakIng
making the application and make the theadditional theaddltional theadditional
additional charge that the company is isinsolvent isInsolvent
insolvent insolventOn InsolveatOn I
On Thursday last the harvester com company company coinpatty ¬
pany was as compelled cOmpell to place its af affairs atfairs ¬
fairs In the hands of a committee rep representing repret representing ¬ I
resenting ret the creditors Theassets The a ets at atthat atthat atthat
that time were approximately 4 4and 4M60M 4M60Mand 400GOSOand
and were believed to be in excess of
the liabilities liabilitiesOBJECTIONS ItbllltletOBJECTIONS liabilitiesOBJECTIONS
New York Oct 24 24X 24Miss Miss Ada Rehan I
lH leading Ift woman at Dalys theatre tMa for forRany fornany I Inany
nany years yearS and a beneficiary under the thewill thewill
will of Auguetin Daly has filed objec ¬
tions to the accounts accoun of the executors
Mrs M Daly the widow former Justice Jo Joseph Jo Joseph Joseph ¬
seph F Daly a brother of the dead man manager man1er managet ¬
ager 1er and Richard Borney his business businessmanager bu busijiessmanager lnetl lnetlmanager
manager Prolonged litigation te threat threatened threatened threatcaM ¬
ened A referee will have to be ap ¬
pointed and it will be some time before
the executors can distribute dltrtrlbu the estate estatenow fi8tatenow estatenow
now in their hands estimated at UM19L 1J1
A number of Roman Catholic institutions 1n tltutlon
beneficiaries under the will 1 have re re ¬
tamed counsel counselIn
In addition Miss Reban has sued the theestate tMestate theestate
estate to recover M0M 5000 which she he alleges
is a a balance of salary due her herDUPED herDUPED
RETURN TO DENVER DENVERPhiladelphia DENVERPhlladelpbla DENVERPhIladelphia
Philadelphia Oct 24 4J E H Davis Davisand Davisand Davisand
and Alvah Baker the deputy marshals marshalsfrom J thareiialstrain allftalsfro
from a whose custody Albert Bell the theman themall themall
mall pouch robber and check forger forgerescaped forcere forgerescaped
escaped e left this city today for their theirhome theirooJn theirhome
home In Denver After failing to de deliver de1tver delIver ¬
liver their prisoner pr1 oaer to the United States Statesmarshal Statesmar Statesmarshal
marshal mar haJ the deputy marshals asked askedpermission a apermlalon askedpermission
permission to return home but their theirrequest theirrequest theirrequest
request was not granted by United UnitedStates UnltIMStates UnidStates
States Attorney Attor ey Holland until he had hadthoroughly hadthoroughly hadthoroughly
thoroughly Investigated the manner of ofBells ofBell ofBells
Bells Bell escape e Before leaving both men mensaid menald mensaId
said they had paid their own expense expensewhile expe expewblle expenserwhile
while here and that they had resigned resignedtheir re lgnedtheir resignedtheir
their positions po ltlona as deputy marshals marshalsBAIL marsh8IlJBAIL
New ew York Oct 24 tFolIDfr Former Police Cap ¬
tain tam Daniel C Moynahan appeared at the
district attorneys atto y office today y In com company company coinpony ¬
pany with James W Osberne counsel coUlUl8Ifor counselfor
for Sam Parks and offered to give ball
in the amount of 23000 23000 for the release of
Parks ParksAfter Par1tlLAfter ParksAfter
After a three hours conference conf conferencewlth with wlt his hisassistants hisassistants
assistants a and Mr Osborne District At Attorney Attorney Attomney ¬
torney Jerome announced that he would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not accept a the bond offered ott red by itr Moy Moynahan Moynahan Moynahan ¬
nahan on the ground that the former formercaptain fonnercaptain formercaptain
captain was not morally responsible responsibleMr reIIpOD I IMr
Mr Moynahan Mo nallan was dismissed d from the thepolice tbepolke thepolice
police force about a year yHrBURIED ago agoBTJBIED agoBURIED
Fort Wayne Ind Oct 24 2 2tThe < The remaims remains re remains ¬
mains of the late Samuel E Morse Morseeditor Moraeeditor Morseeditor
editor of the Indianapolis Sentine Sentinelwere Sentineweft Sentinewere
were brought here for burial The body bodywas boc1ywu bodywas
was taken direct from the station to toLtndenwood toL1DdenwOlOd toLindenwond
Ltndenwood cemetery cemeterySTABBING emeteryc emeterySTA8DING <
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
+ + 4
4 +
4 4 Boise Ida Oct 24 24A A fatal ratalstabbing + 4stabbing
+ stabbing affray occurred urTtc1 near Wei Weiser Weiser tI tIser +
+ ser last night Sam Roseborough Roseboroughwaa Ro eborougbcut +
+ was cut in the abdomen by Tom TomStoc14ard TomStod4ard +
4 + Stoddard in such au h a manner that it itis Itia itis +
+ is thought Impoe impossible for him to torecoer toreeotsr + f frecover
+ recover The men quarreled over overf orth +
4 f the th price of supper served at a af aCOlmUT +
4 f country dance that was in prog progPH 4 4f 4 4vess
+ f res +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
Bear X Smith Says S Strffti StrfftiIs i iIs
Is Not Batwftn I IFIGHT
Parties PartiesFIGHT ParU s
+ I
+ + + + + + + + + + + + P + + + + + + +
4 HTJN Tk ia ls u thi this > fall is Bet aotf Bettw be betwesa + +
+ f twMm tw the lUpubUoui and Dea DeatIe TH DL 4 4erst1c +
+ 4 seratte tIe parties It ItwbetlMr is ac te + f ff
4 f whether the city gor pYenulI gorernest1 rn Bt t tto JB +
4 to b b turned over 1 Ja its emtiraty 1 ir
4 to Bruce Johaaon J and Tom ToaXelnBeJlBtl + 4t
4 t Kearns XelnBeJlBtl Benaar X x Smith SmttBENNER 4 4t 4n f fENNKR
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + t + + + +
n ENNKR X SMITH one of tae taemoet lbD th thmost
BENNER D most prominent young Repub Republicans RapQJlcans Repulalicans ¬
licans in the state a member ot otGovernor 4JGovernor ofGovernor
Governor Wells staff Judge adYocMaral advooa advooageneral advooslageneral
general ral of the national guard Of Utah Utahand UtaItan4 Utahand
and a former member of the Irgjite 8IIItare Inghsisfume Irgjitetnre
tare yesterday added his name to the tholist t1ae1Rt thelest
list of Republican Repu l1can leaders who caD caDall ssi ssiall enall
all respectable citizens to rescue the theparty uaeparty theparty
party and save ve the city cltTtrom from ring rule ruleand rtI1eand rateand
and corruption corruptionHere corruptionHere corruptionKerelsthelletuptodateofRepgb
Here KerelsthelletuptodateofRepgb KerelsthelletuptodateofRepgbIlcan is the list up to date of oflIcan RepsA RepsAlican
lican leaders who have given vea veaIews tarter tarterviews InoirvIews
views denouncing corrupt methods methodswithin dIfwithin met metwithin
within the party and demanding the therebuke tilerebuke therebuke
rebuke of the corruptionista corruptionistaOrange corTUptlon1llOrange cormuptioniataOrange
Orange J Salisbury national nationalmitteeman uaUoaalmitteeraaQ nationalmitteeman
mitteeman for Utah UtahW UtahW Utahw
W F James one eof of the founders f ef efthe f fthe ofthe
the party in Utah and a life utepubUca lows Jto Jtopublican Mpubilcait
publican publicanM pubUcaE
E E M Allison jr preBWent of me mestate t tMate thestate
state senate senateBenner enateBenner senateBenner
Benner X Smith SmithIn
In addition to these Deaa J B Bef a aor Zii Ziiof
ef St Marks cathedral a Republican In Inan tinan hian
an interview urged all good cH clue clueaUeDd hunts to toattend 0 0attend
attend thE hp polls and prevent domteatton domteattonby deea
by the worst elements ExCongressman ExCongressmanGeorge ExCo ExCoGeorge ExCorgreunGeorge
George Sutherlands Suth rlands position is well wellderatood t tdines ba baderstood
deratood by his frl friends nd8 although lie Ie IecllDftJ le ledines
dines to talk for publicationWb publicationWhile publication publicationWhile
While Wb e I have no personal knowledge knowledgethat kno knothat kaowl kaowlthat
that there tb re was wa corruption at the therIe prime primeries prhonrise
rise and in the convention said Mr MrSmith fro81D1th MrSmith
Smith yesterday Ult it is common commontbat rw rwthat Tamer Tamerthat
that gangs of men were voted at atprimary e eprimary oneprimary
primary after another that proxies proneopenly were wereopenly wereopenly
openly made an object ob t of traffic and that thatvotes tllaotfll thatvotes
votes were purchased purcha ed In other ways Any Anysuch AAYsuch Anysuch
such methods should be denounced by ellood ell eftgood ll llgood
good ood citizens and Republicans who care careanything eananytblnc careanything
anything for their party should do what whatthey wtMtthy whetthey
they can an to prevent such methods re resulting reo reosalting issuiting ¬
salting in permanent triumph triumphAn
An attempt is being made to force ail ailRepublicans aDRepublicans nilRepublIcans
Republicans Into line for the theticket macbtae macbtaeticket aacb aacbticket
ticket on the ground that the result this tifctafall daiIIfall thisfall
fall will have hav an effect on the national nationalelection na naelection natleastelection
election next year ear This is a false failleJAfnt angumient arga argament
ment If the people want to vote the thepubilcan lb lbpublican
publican ticket next year they will wDIIt vote voteit esoiIt
it no matter ftr what th they y may do dotIIIIJ dotIIIIJyear doyear tMs tMsyear
year The principal effect the election electionthis eIeetIoIat eleetlenthis
this t year 7 will have is that if IftlM mi uced ucedthe rissjf H Hthe
the machine will wI have an immense ease Urrc Urrcage UtIIre lUdrage
age in tile city patronage to helD It IttNl eon eeptxel eontrot
trot the primaries next nfxtear nfxtearlUrfttPU1t1y year and dictate dictatearrogantly 41e4U 41e4Uarrogantly
arrogantly the aeeteion of all party par ejnes ejnestfons uoi uoitions
tfons tfonsThe
The issue this fall IB I not between bet betwe the theRepublican th thRepublican
Republican R l ltca and Democratic tle parties It rtas ftas is isas
as to whether W tber the > ally JO governmentMJ go ig igbe tII tIIbe
be turned tem over in its It II entirety entire e tlr y yJohiison To JhlHir JhlHiri oiJ oiJJohn
i Johnson on and Tom Kearns KearnsAntiMachine KeamllAnaKachine KearnsAnUMachine
AntiMachine AnaKachine SelttiJDent SelttiJDentThe Sentiment Osasfkl OsasfklThe Gon1The
The sentiments expressed by b these urof mauL sseikof mauLof
of unquestioned high standing in the par party party ¬
ty are being echoed by b many other Re Republicans Bepublicans e epublicans ¬
publicans publicansI
I have always been a party ty tyha man i ihave asd asdhave
have ha ye never voted anything < except exceptpublican exceptpubUcan a Re Republican
publican ticket said one of the s t tpnMDfofnt miestprominent wt wtprominent
prominent men in the city yesterday ye t trtCused who whorefused whorefused
refused to allow the use of 01This Ids IdsThis masis masisThis
This tell however I am In tedoubt Indoubt aoiissm aoiissmdoubt
doubt I have swallowed some bitter Mtterdoses etdoIIes bitterdoses
doses at one One time or another because beca becapart say sayparty myparty
party loyalty has been appealed to but butI
I do not know this year but party loyally loyallyrequires 101requires loyilyrequires
requires tbe defeat of an element wines whtrttIs w wIs
Is seriously serloUlSI hurting burtl the party One mam mamis mmiiIs
is attempting < to set himself up as adt adttator a 41 41tatot dltator
tator in the party and in the government governmentof
of the city and state He te endeavorHs endeavorHsto endeav endeavn
to get such a grip t1 that hr fights ebtlu at primaries primariesuesless rlmarIes rlmarIesand =
and n in conventions in the future r ruesless will be beuceless
uesless that every man n who has amM amMtkms ambitions t ttlons
tkms must bow the knee to Mm lat and andtake andtake andtake
take whatever his majesty may deign vo votoss 00toa totoss
toss him In the past he has shown bowDquarter go goquarter roquarter
quarter He seeks to crush opposition oppositionnot AI AInot
not pacify p8 lf Anybody not In his gang aead aeadhope aeedhope no4hope
hope for nothing if he gets fuU control controlAnd eoDtroIAnd controlAnd
And It a person is willing to sacrifice his hismanhood bAamanhood hismanhood
manhood enough to go with the gang o ohe ca cahe cahe
he humble himself bl lt enough to aid and abet abetthe abetthe abetthe
the setting ttin up of the colored proprietor pro rf rfa ofa f fa
a Commercial street I reet resort r > u g the rotor rotorof rahIrot rulerof
of a large portion of the city which m mcludes In Includes hi hieludes
cludes many respectable residents Ca Cahe eahe Cas Cashe
he wink at corrupt methods m thods thodscau measly se secause socause
cause e they bre are done on his side If the themachine tilemachine lbsmachIne
machine wins this fall tbe public will 1fIIIforced b bforced be beforced
forced to pay Its campaign e expenses to towill IDthe inthe
the future and an army arm of clt city eIIItP eIIItPI Sinpislim Sinpislimwill
will be kept organised to carry carrThe primaries primariesThe primdoiThe
I The only hope for honest ReaubtteanA R Rwlso Republlis5who ReaubtteanAwho
who are truly loyal to I their party Me has to tothe faI inthe
the defeat of the machine ticket this thisfall t1afall
I fall
Wkite Slave Driver DrlverAnxlotes Anxious te toC B Bj sa saroll
j roll Eph Kelly KellyShortly KellyShortly KellyShortly
Shortly after noon yesterday yeltt rday a alooking suave suavelooking se selooking
looking fellow with the air of a Standard StandardOil
Oil magnate dropped into police policequarters head beadquarters l lquarters
quarters and Inquired if Eph Kelly was wasabout wasa wasabout
about a t the place It happened that Keior KeiorhaT XIyI b
I I haT h not recovered recov red sufficiently from treatIaia treatIaiatall his histasi histaI
tasi tall spree to go o out to work with the thachain uahaln thechain
chain gang so he was resurrected re from fromthe athe fro frothe
the dark depths of the drunk house h an anpresented and aIIiIIpre andpresented
presented pre entfld to the stranger The Thewu mee meewas wliens wlienswas
was private but from Kelly it Itward was atf atfward afla aflaward
ward learned that the conversation conversationsomething convenJattonsoMethIn Mn Mnsomething
something < like this thisGood thisGood thisGood
Good morning Mr Kelly Kel1 Have you youregistered roarea1atered yesregistered
registered yett yettKelly yet yetVRelly t tKelly
Kelly was not quite certain what whatman he heman cj cjman
man meant but thinking that tbatmi thatmight th9 th9might
might mi bt be a drink In it if he bed bedpiled he heplied Ii IipIled
piled in the affirmative affirmativetitude afftrmaUye0W affirmativeNow
Now 0W Mr Kelly just what is your gt gttitude t tUtude
titude i iu i the coming political election electionColonel eIeedoDColonel electionColonel
Colonel Eph staggered at this t assault It Itwith amsihtwith assaultwith
with polysyllables and informed his hIttoner histinner ques questioner ¬
tioner that he would have to confine confineself him himself JdMeelf
self to > smaller words If he wished te be beunderstood tieulMter beundertoOd
understood ulMter toocl The stranger then explained explainedthe
the object of his visit and ended up up1I7ina by bysaying bysaying
saying that it would be worth while for forKelly ferKelly feeKelly
Kelly to exercise his hi prerogative preroptJYeAmerican as a aAmerican an anAmerican
American citizen In behalf of the thechine ma machine machine ¬
chine candidate te at the he same tIe Jug Jugling tJatrUn 31mghug
ling < some coin in his pccket pccketAs p pecketAs cket cketAJif
As to the result Epb declined to b be betervtewed interviewed in interviewed ¬
terviewed tervtewedDRUCE t tBRUCB IBBVCE
May a Mot Speak at Big Elly Ellyurday on Sd Sdurday Saturday
urday Evening EveningBruce JneaiagBruce BvenlngBruce
Bruce Johnson John on baa not yet consented consentedto
to speak 5p4a at the rally of white wbltebe slaves slavesbe is isbe
be heMat held 4t the Salt I Lake ke theatre next sxt Sat Satunder satu1day 5sturday
u1day eftni eiPenng The meettacJa meeting is to be beunc1n held heldunder
under the auspices au of the Young YOUDIfRepublican Me MeRepublican Mon a aRepublican
Republican club It had been naturtty naturttysupposed natur natursuppoed tatlllltr tatlllltrIJUPpoetd
supposed that the colored resortkeeT resortkeeTwould rem NIIOwould remwould
would be invited to speak with withmen the th thmen gf gfmen
men of prominence in the macnwe mad madk SJss SJssseek ad adseek
seek k to put more enthusiasm ftltbualumlDto ftltbualumlDtowhite Into h hwhite his hiswhite
white slaves Boss Johnson John on has lOt T Tgiven et etgtvtn yetgiven
given orders that he should speak flpeUever es esever hew hewever
ever and his name has nas not been put p1Itthe OH OHtbe onthe
the p programme programmeWhite pmugmammeWhile
WhIle Boss Bruce was sitting sltUnlofstate In regal regalstste ragalstate I
state in an Inner room at a t his fCnutsfem fCnutsfemheadquarters Knuta Knutalreadquartera Knut1fOiheadquarters
headquarters last evening receiving recj viR viRfrom < calls caUsfrom callsfrom
from white slaves President A t F Law Lawson Lawson Lawson
son ofthe 0 of rhlte the Young Mens Republican Rt > cli cliwas club clubwas h hwas
was asked if the th boss bo had been requested requestedto
to speak at t the rally rallyNo rallyo U
No o sir r was th t reply replyWell repl replelI PIY PIYW
Well W elI why wh not Invite him now nowukfd was wasasked wanasked
asked Th The announcement in that poster posteron
on the wall says prominent Republicans Republicansare
are to deliver addresses What Republic Republican RepubUan ¬
an 1 Is now more prominent than Bruro BruroJohnson Bru BriiI
1 Johnson Will m you ou make up a commit committee ¬
I tee > and invite him now nowPresident no nodent nowPrrsident
1 President dent I Lawson awson demurred demurredHes dDurredHes dewurredI
I Hes In the next room it was argued

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