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I I THE SALT SALTLAKEHERALD LAKE HERALD MONDAY OCTOBER OCTOBEfl2M1O3 26 6 1903 m 3 3I
I HAM0 HAl HA1DTo TO FIN FINMEN FINr
i6N i6NBOR
r MEN MENTO TO L LABOR LABORHawaIIan BOR BORHawaiian BORHawaftan
Hawaiian Delegate Talks of Prob Problems Problemso ProbJeJs ¬
lems lemso on Islands IslandsSTOPS fslandsI fslandsSTOPS Islands0STOPS
I I
STOPS OY OVLR fR IN N SALT LAKE LAKEWILL LAKEWILL LAKEWILL
WILL VISIT vtx OHIO TO J WATCH PO POLITICAL POLITICAL o oLITICAL ¬
LITICAL CAJCPAIOW CAJCPAIOWJ CAJIP AIGX AIGXSo
J So K Kalanlanaole representative to tocongress toCongreRa
1 congress from the territory of Hawaii HawaiiBc Ha HawaIImpanSed wat watc
Bc c mpanted mpan d by his bI wife private sec secriar seerary I Ir
riar r rary ar y > and maid stopped in Salt Lake Lakevecterday LakeeFtfrday Lake0Ftocday
vecterday evening between trains The Theparly Th Theprly I
parly part y is i on their way to Washington Washingtontu
tu to attend a t tend the extra session 8 lon of congress congressnd congre congrefld
nd will upend the coming week eek congrell8l in the theBtat thtEtat thot
Btat t t of if Ohio for the purpose purpo e of ob observing ob obJerlin observing ¬
serving Jerlin the working of a political cam camjialsn camlahlll cam1alII
jialsn on the th American plan planTho planTbp DlanTb
Tho Tb present pr ent f1el < el eIcite eIciteand < < ite s k Republican Republicanend R pubUcanBnd
end a younger youn r brother of Prince Dod Dondvho Doadwho DodWho
who is a Democrat DemocratH DemocratHE
H HE stated last Ia night that his prin principal prtnOi prtnOiiCpaI pdnpaI ¬
cipal paI work as a delegate would be to toFccuro towcare topcuI0
Fccuro an appropriation through con congress conIrEfti conros ¬
gress ros for or improving and deepening de penlng the theharbor tbcharbnfM theIarhrg
harbor Of the islands which pay over
1000000 annually to the general gov government govInment govCifirnent ¬
ernment > in customs UBtOfU and as s yet have havereceived haverpf haverPeeived
received rpf > hed nothing In in n return One of the theprincipal theJrlndpal the3rInIpai
principal difficulties dlfll dtle which confronts confrontshis
his hi territory he ii III the
says 88 ie labor laborproblem laborIIhIPtTI I IJlIoblem
problem The United TitHed States laws pro proJiihlt proIII
Jiihlt Jr hlt the importation of Chinese Ine e and andII
III
II < > other laborers have yet Et been bE en found foundv foundho i
v ho ran successfully work on the su suKar u ugar I IJRr
gar plantations The > natives natfvuh9 he h says sayswill saysaiII I
will ill not ot work ork and foreigners other than thanChinese tbanCblnPfM tharChinese
Chinese cannot stand the climate ad adunle aJldtm id idtinlees
unle tm tinlees le some form of relief is obtained obtainedthe obtalaedthe obtaluedthe
the chief l Industry Indu oV n S the country c uaU7 is islikely leikely
likely to be seriously erlo ly rippled ir1ppiedMr ripptedMr rippledMr
Mr Kalanianaole is i about thirty thirtyyears tJdrtyrfars thirtyyare
years of wage age is an interesting talker talkerand ia1lterand tmIkerand
and was w educated ted In California CaliforniaAnother CalIfomlaI
1 1I
I Jlmust Jimusements mts I IAnotber IAnother
Another fnUtwuse full house greeted Helds band bandnt
nt t the Grand theatre last night and an anexcellent anfxf aUfXeIknt
excellent fxf lItnt programme was wa rendered The Thebnnd Thehtnd Thebnd
bnnd led off with the th special favortt favorttStan ravOltttotarlJ faYtttars
Stan tars and nd Stripes Forever and from fromthe ftOllt
i the t th h opening nlnK number till the th close e each eachiiw Cb Cbwa
T 7 iiw I waa wa roundly applauded Mrs Nettle NettieI NettleFnt Ulf Ulf1nleo
I 1nleo Fnt nie e Whitney was the vocalist and andshe nd ndf
she f ii w Iplighted pflgt the audience with a dainty
little 1ft tit ballad by Cons Con The Camella and andthe andt andt
t the t Bom She was wa recalled and re rent 1fIHmded reiwonded ¬
nt fIHmded on led with another pleasing selection selectiont
t tf which her voice was Wk equally well adapt adapted ¬
ed 11 1 Both the numbers showed cultiva cultivation cultlvat cultivaifoji ¬
tion t 1011 and a good quality of voice vol The Thefinrst Th Thefinrat
finrst number played by the band was wasundoubtedly wasmrlollbtedly wasnlonbtsdIy
undoubtedly the Hungarian Rhapsodic RhapsodicNo
No 11 by Lint It was well w 1I calculated calculatedi
i tent the skill of a leader and Mr Held HeldFt HeldtHod Heldstooi
Ft stooi tHod > od the tent admirably a The summer
favorite fa orle which made such a bit at the thealt
Salt alt Palace Pala The Darktown Gal was wasveil wa wacII
veil cII 11 rendered also and the clarinet solo solov BOlo11Y solo1y
11Y v Mr r fllms the beautiful Polonaise PolonaiseFrom PolonalaeJrum
From Mlgnon was an especially e J com commendable comnJpndabie cornnrdab1e ¬
mendable Dumber nuofberTh DumberTh
Th < opening < performance JtMfonna of Ben Hur HurnIU
nIU III occur ur Mt t the Salt Lake theatre this thisthe thlBffnh thisonin
ffnh Owtn Owing to the great t and uneat uneatIflod unsatiied
Iflod demand for aea seats the management nt
I kl ii is s decided on a speoial mat matinee on on1iurcdky
lluirsday PJhur y afternoon at 2 oclock The Thej TherfMtpante Therfcrance
j rfonnance will begin at 8 oclock this thteJi tIIlBtn thisa thisVflfl
tn tnJ Vflfl VflflJsMfe
a
Ji J JsMfe > sste Shirley Shirle and a company ny well wellvouched wellj WellOUeh5d
vouched for will present pre Trilby at the thebo theranI
j Oran1 ranI thl this eYenl evening The company will
w bo > n hue re all this th week but there will be bechange a athange
change of bill beginning nnl Thursday night nl nightw < bt bts btRALTB j jRXAZ
s
w RXAZ RALTB BSATB iaizJane TBAJTSjFKRS TLUf TLUfJ TLUftt j jJune
June J tt Farrer arvcr to t Charles a Vrre Mtoe Mtoefeet
40 feet ann notitn u luilf katfof if ifcrDeI of nortneast nortneastcorner nmtIlsszt nmtIlssztorBer
corner orBer ofseetlea 01 NeUe X 4 iowtwhlp a asouth JsouIb 3Soul
south Soul h range 1 east ElastIamie eastlamle i
Mamie Iamie Wool 001 to Rufus B Wells lot
t 2 i Mock2 bisek 2 Heaths H aths subdivision aubdvtIonAI subdivisionAlbert IMO
Albert AI White to Emil Emily J 1 White tf MX MXfeet IIxfHt x xfeet
> feet northwest from southeast southeastionier lJOuth88con1ft southeastnrner
ionier of otlot lot 4 block 94 M 4 Sandy Saya Saya1Ihn Sia Siatiin a athin
thin plat etc etcln t I IW Ii Iin
W ln < n R 1 Both BotbwfOll we I to John x Skan Skantr Hkantr Skanr
tr < r lot lots 17 and l block 1 1 South Southapital utb utbapital t tspital
apital Avenue venue addition additionMary additiontar I IIarv
Mary tar Iarv Trlptow to Elisabeth Rushton Rushtonlots RtMllton10tIJ Rubtostlots
lots 11 and 12 12 Mock 94 Sandy Sand Sa Ihaflon Itstion I Itlon
tlon plat platJrph platJlpph p1stph
Jrph ph H Oough 04 ugb to Mary J Goui G UDt Osughfedt I
> 4 vl I feet northeast from sou souwest south 1IOQihtt southwest
west tt corner of lot t block 1C 1Cacre II IIaere 1Sacre
acre plat A AUnbbard Ahubbard I
Unbbard Investment Co to Magna MagnaRu MagnaRude
Ru Rude < le lots and II 52 block M K Oak Oakley Oak1ey OakIcy ¬
Icy IcyIlubtard subdivision subdivisionllubbard Ii Iifubhard
llubbard Investment Co to Edward dwsg4i I IG I IO
O i Schmltt lots 4 and 5 5 Mock ItIock11 ItIock11Oakley U 11OalIey I IOakley
Oakley utobdi IIvbcJlvlelou sibdIvtsionhubbard vision vision2Iubbard 5 5lub
2Iubbard lub ard Investssent nv t Co to Oaudeas OaudeasBat GaudasBatschl GaudeusBatachi
Bat Batschl schl H l tots ts I and 7 itock 11 Oak OaaIpy Oak1f Oakly
Ipy 1f subdivision Iubdtvi lon S SGIpn IGlpn 5ln
GIpn ln R Bothweli to Hleta kls Hansen HansenL a af IIf
L f ftct < t by 10 rods northwest nortbw from trts trtsct 2 2f 21 21P >
P f ct < M north of southeast corner of oflot oflot otht
lot S block 2 plat A ATaJor 1760 1760rnjnr I Ifajor
rnjnr E Dearing to Martin Maim Mahakon MabDn Maimkcn
kon n R7xM 87x rods rod northeast nortbftU1tuthWt8t frosa frsmuthweet I Iouthwest
outhwest corner < of lot 5 Mock IodtJOa M M0acre It10acre
0acre JOa le plat A APRESIDENT 110 110PRESIDENT 550PRESIDENTAFTENDS
PRESIDENT PRESIDENTAFTENDS PRESIDENTAFTENDSMISSIONARY ATTENDS A fTENDSMISSIONARY j
MISSIONARY SERVICE SERVICEWUllhwton SERVICEWashington I IWashington
>
Washington Oct 26 SInteJIIent Intelligent 5lntlligentt service servicet
t God G 4 and nd to 0 the state was the subject subjectvt
vt an addresk a4d by President Ident Roosevelt Rno to tolh to1hp to1h
lh 1hp TOW people who attended the public publicIfnalr publicI publicptnair
Ifnalr I nalr mlMionary service at Mount St Stxbana Stbans StXbaa
xbana bans thh afternoon on the grounds of ofthf of1h of1h
thf 1h Cathedra of St Peter and St Paul PaulThe Panlfhf PaulFh
The Fh lreald resident t was accompanied by Mrs MrsHoofvett MrsbOfVett
Hoofvett bOfVett Admiral Dewey and Brigadier Brigadieri Brt dJer dJernr1 <
i n nr1 ri John M Wttaon Wfl5Oflaits After Aftttoioa a > roce roceiou
aits iou led 1 < by b by the Marine ba < 1 in cossacks cossacksniul oscksnd b I
niul a choir of 600 voices tl the clergy ot otthe ortht ofh
h the ui i < > sc 11 of Washington and the t Msh Mshi 1d bishus b bflf
i us flf < > r the t ht Anglican Aa < Ikan ommunions < Om muniona of Amer Amertho AlllerI
I 1 tho th < opening opt > nlnlf prayers were read d by b by3iah
Jishop 3iah p Diane n of Albany Alhan The Th president presidentvas dent dentas I
vas as introduced by I Itlshon liisho Satterlee SatterleeCEZW 8att SatterleeCRZW r
t a aCREW
CREW FtKALLY FfXALLYl1igiiIanl KJESCUKD 1tJCS0U1mIfhlanI KJESCUKDHighland
Highland Light Maw Oct In the thegale tb tbItale thegale
gale last la iot t tiiKht the th fishing schooner Daw Dawn Daweon
f eon < > n ity from Okuic GIIMtT ster went nt ashore ashoreoff aehoreIff ashoreoff
off Rie 1tt P point int Ca uptain taln Fisher and his htsrrrw bi8rrf1V hisc
rrrw c ro w of lifesavers II fisa vera succeeded in landing landingntne laadlqnlo laudingnine
nine nlo fir < > r the crew of eighteen but In an anattempt anutt anattempt
attempt utt mpt to board the tb I he vessel the second secondtime secondtime secondtIme
time the lifeboat was swamped swmnp and Cap Captain Cap1a1n Caplain ¬
lain Kh FI Fishr hr < r was knocked overboard overboardth overbolrrdthr overbosrdOthor
thr > th T members mt > mmrfl of the crew wwe brought broughtIshore heoughtI t tIMhr
I Ishore Mhc r by y means mea ns of the breeches buoy
C Ho o tar tr It has been Impossible Im ble to float floatthe floatthe
2 the ihooner ehoontrBIa > < ihoonerBIG hoontrBIG
BIG CAJU3O OP OPTa HSKP HSKPTaoma IDDIPTaoma
Taoma Ta ma Oct O t 26 SThe The steamship Lyra Lyravhtch LyraVI Lyranhiclj
VI vhtch hie 11 arrived It rrl fC2 from Manila Ms nUa today
brought hrotl ht the largest lar t eargo ltr o of hemp that thatevtr thatfOtr thaterer
evtr crossed the > Pacific ocean In any anyv anytMi Y Ycmt
v tMi cmt si aggregating aggr earatlna j 142000 pounds pou and andiHiinK andhdn nd ndeifll
iHiinK eifll valued at 1734000 making maktq1t it the themost tilemot theI
I most valuable cargo brought to this tbIsh port portby portby
by h an Asiatic liner in many muP manyaides years Be Bertder
aides ill h hemp mp she hu over r 90ul rolls poll of ofDiatling of7nattflg
Diatling 111 a II njit t to < discharge dilKhr f here hf > re lSOO T Trioo or orrltt ofrk
rioo rk from Borneo a oonxignraent of tea teafrom tafrom teafrom
from vylon ylon and a consignment vt pep pepper pepper pepPCI ¬ j
per from Borneo BorneoIt BorneoCBZW
It ItcnEW < ai o oCBJEW
CBJEW GOT ASHORE ASHOREHim
Him Sit Fninclsco Fr nilo Oi Od t 2iA 2 A telegram to toht toTh I
11w Th ht Merchants t frhant exchange from Seattle SeattleM Sattltlidl
M V > tiMJ thi brie Tanner went ashore ashoret ashorelist
list t night Jig ht oix ix miles below Port Angeles AngelesThr Angel Angelelhc
Thr SH efl was wa breaking over nr her and she shetvll sheII
C tvll II tirnbably moabl b be a total los loss The crew crewot eMWBot ClWgot
got ot ashore oon The Turner came from San Sanle 8anlJif San1iie
lJif > le tor Port Anjole AI ltN and Hn waa w on tn taregular tnrtcSLlar tnregttr
regular trip tripSCHOOL tripSCBPOL tripI tripscgooL
I e
SCHOOL BURNED BURNEDiVitharlnes
4 8 St iVitharlnes Ort Oct kt 25 2iTh The uppr upprF
F hil h fif if Klrllpy itlifge ulh vIieg g burned tarty to tociv toy toAll
civ y All tlu buys Kot out safely relY Loss LossWAR Lo LoW Lua
a <
4
4 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
+ 1 1wAR
+ WAR W A1t BISKS ISXS PECInOED PECInOEDLiverpool 4
4
4 Liverpool O kt < t 2 2Believlng Believing Believingthut Bellflngth1 +
4 thut war between Ku sio and Ja Japflt Jap >
4 pflt p lo 1 Cannot long Ion be delayed the thenrviri thenritIP + +
4 nrviri < > underwriters decline d Une to ac acI + 4 4t
4 < C t war risks Rks on Japanese steam steamv teamI +
4 I v vn n at the > > tempting price of ofLI1a + 4uiticap
4 uiticap U LI1a rr p Or cent nt +
4 + t + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
WILL MAKE MAKETEST TEST CASE CASEDispute CASEDJapate CASEDispute
Dispute Over Water Right in Mon Montana ouiaDa Loutaaia ¬
tana tanaOreat iaDaGreat taaiaGreet
Great Falls Moot Oct Si The United UnitedStates rnlttdStates roltedStates
States government and the Great North Northern Xorthem Northera ¬
era Railroad company have joined is issues 11IIU Issues ¬
IIU sues and the government t has made the
first move News was as received today
from Wolf Point en the Fort Peck In Indian Indian indian ¬
dian reservation that the Indiana there thereit
it la altered au at the iiM tb direction of the agent agentha aKEnthad agenthad
ha had removed a dam and let all the water waterrun waterrUD waterrun
run out of the railroad companys reser reservoir reaervoir reservoir ¬
voir at that point pointThe pointThe pointThe
The reservoir constructed eo tructed at a cost of ofabout ofabout
about IWOOO IO1Xj 000 is one of the largest and andmost andmoat
moat important owned by the Great GreatNorthern
Northern NorthernThe NorthernThe
The railway company several lIev ral years yearsago yearsago
ago constructed a reservoir and appro appropriated apPropriatgd ¬
priated d water from fro Wolf creek and for forseveral forsever forseveral
several sever I seasons recently the Indiana have havecomplained havecom havecomplained
complained com lalned of a abort supply of water
for irrigation irrigationIn
In order to protect the th asserted rights 11Cb 11Cbef Tightsof
ef f the Indians J ndlan and to give ground for a asuit asuit asuit
suit at law the department It is said saidordered aaldordered saidordered
ordered the th emptying of the reservoir reservoirand reservotrand reservoirand
and in accordance with instructions a
force of Indians In lan was detailed to cut the
dam and release the water that was wasstored wasIItored Wasstored
stored This was done and If the rail railroad railroad railroad ¬
road company should wish to retain the thereservoir ther thereservoir
reservoir r rvolr it must speedily bring suit suitagainst 8ultagalnat suitagainst
against the government governmentDISASTROUsVlRE goverftlllenDISASTROUS governnenkDISASTROUS
DISASTROUsVlRE DISASTROUsVlREAT DISASTROUS FIRE FIREAfSUMMER ARE AREATSIJMMER
AT AfSUMMER SUMMER RESORT RESORTNorfolk RESORTNorfolk RESORTNorfolk
Norfolk Vat Va Oct 35 2Four Four bandsotn ban4Nlncottaces bandsoincottages
cottages at Virginia Beach were de destroyed detroyed destroyed
stroyed early today by fire that for a atime at atime
time t me threatened the entire summer re resort reIIOrt resort ¬
sort Only two tw of the pottage were wereoccupied welPoccupied wereOccupied
occupied that belonging to Hugh C CDavis CDavie CDavis
Davis by E C Fosburg Foe burg the lumber lumbermerchant lumbe1mercbant lumbermerchant
merchant and his hi family and that of ofRev ofRev
Rev Tucker by N M Bateson The TbPFoebt1 TheFosbrgs
Foaburgs B escaped In their night clothes clothesThe cthesTbe clcthesThe
The loss which has not yet been est estimated estmated eatimated
mated will be heavy There Is m n fire fireprotection ftrerotettlon lirelrotectlon
protection at the beach and none of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the buildings was Insured A high highwind blKbwtnd highwind
wind was blowing and but for the theactive t tattlve theactive
active work ork of ofthe toe surfmen from three threelife threlife threelife
life saving 8 vlng stations all the buildings on onthe onthe onthe
the beach would probably have ba ve been beendestroyed beende8troyed beendestroyed
destroyed The Princess a Ann hotel for fora fora fora
a time seemed doomed doomedsa doomedVEMETIANSRECEIVED < i iVENETIANS
sa saVENETIANS
VENETIANS VEMETIANSRECEIVED VEMETIANSRECEIVEDBY RECEIVED RECEIVEDBY
BY POPE PIUS INCOME INCOMERome IN ROME ROMERome ROMERome
Rome Oct 25 IiTbe The pope appeared appearedbefore appeuetlbdore appeaedbefore
before 1000 OOO Venetian residents in Rome Romein
in the court of San Damaso today and andwas andwas andwas
was enthusiastically en tbusluti cally received He Hespokto Hepoke Hespok
spok spokto poke to the Venetians most affably affablyBaying a affablyaaylflg < ly lyBaTt
Baying he enjoyed hearing spoken spokenaround spokenaround spokenaround
around him the Venetian dialect for it itmade Itmade Itmade
made him feel younger and reminded remindedhim remlndethim remindedhim
him of his earlier life The ovation ovationgiven ovationgiven ovationgiven
given to the pontiff was notable notableAfter notableAfter notableAfter
After it the pope admitted the leading leadingpersonage leadingpereoaaB leadingpersosagee
personage < of the e Venetian colony to tothe totM tothe
the Hall of Inscriptions InscriptionsMr ln criptlonXt
Mr and Mrs W E Curtis of Wash Washington WashIngton asb asbington ¬
ington D DC C have been received Ived by the thepope tMpope thepope
pope with 1th marks m rk of pf especial espeelaleonaJdera espeelaleonaJderatloo considers consideration considerstiun ¬
tion tionITALIAN tiunITALIAN
ITALIAN IT AllAN WARSHIPS WARSHIPSSHELLEDJIAD WARSHIPS WARSHIPSSHELLED WARSHIPSSHELLED
SHELLEDJIAD SHELLED MAD MULLAH MULLAHBorne MULLAJIRome
Borne B me Oct 15 tiThe 2Thegovernment The government has re received re received recalved ¬
ceived the following information con concerning conrn conearning ¬
earning c the engagement between the theItalian t ttbe theItalian
rn r eJlft eJlftatf atf
Italian cruiser Lombard and forces = of ofthe ofthe
the Mad Mullah near Illig in Italian 80 80mallland 80 80maliland SomalIland
maliland malllandOwing malilandOwlng malIlandOwing
Owing to the close watch kept on the theSomaliland theSonaaUJIInd theSomaliland
Somaliland coast by British and Italian Italianships Ttallanahtp italianships
ships the Mad Mullah was unable to toget topt toget
get arms and ammunition by sea as pre previously prs1ously ¬
viously lie le derided to make a desperate desperateattempt d desperateattempt te teatt
attempt att pt to take possession n of a point on onthe ontbe onthe
the coast ut with 680 men who on the 14th 14thir Uthhst 14thInst
ir hst st attacked the Italian boats s and amikilled andkllsd andkilled
killed several men n The following day
the Lombard bombarded the Mullahs Mullahsposition XuUahsO Mulishsposition
position O Jtlon and obliged his followers to re retire retire ictire ¬
tire tirePAPER tirePA tirePAPER
PAPER PA ER ACCUSED ACCUSEDOF ACCUSEDOFFOOLING OF OFFOOLING
FOOLING THE PUBLIC PUBLICParta PUBLICrta PUBLICiarls
Parta rta Oct 25 iAn An enterprise started by
the Made which conalate4 eonsIste eon l te < J of f concealing coRceaJInga coaceaJII coaceaJIIa
a treasure the whereabouts of o which whichwas wblehWU whichwas
was ta4ioated In ina a serial story mmimff
In the paper I er caused fd trouble here h re today todayA
A crowd was seeking Ieekl the treasure in the theButtes theButtes theButtes
Buttes Charraont park when a man drove droveup drOeup droveup
up In a cab b alighted and immediately
found it The crowd declared that the thefinder thftinder thefinder
finder wa was employed by b the Matin and andhad Nlcthrd andbad
had been told where to look OO Thev Tbe tried triedto triedto
hrd el ht httkult
to lynch him and a he was a aOO saved with dif difficulty dirficulty ¬
tkult ficulty Subsequently 800 O0 persons marched marchedto
to the offices of the Matin where they theymade theymade theymade
made a bonfire of o copies of the paper paperand paperand paperand
and threatened to wrek the premises premisesThe premisesThe
The police had a hard task in dispersing
the mob mobLONDON mobLONDON
181 181LONDON
LONDON PAPERS EXTOL EXTOLSIR EXTOLSIR EXTOLSIR
SIR MORTIMER DURAND DURANDLondon DURANDLondon DURANDLondon
London Oct 26 HExtended Extended sketches sketchesof
of Sir Mortimer Durands career ar arpublished are JftpubUahed arepublished
published in the London papers thin thlomernlng thlqmernmg thinmorning
morning and ranch satisfaction Is ex expressed expn88ed oxpressed ¬
pressed that such an accomplished dip diplomat dlp100NLt dip1oat ¬
lomat with his rich and varied ex experiences experientH cxperiences ¬
periences should have been chosen en for forthe to tothe fothe
the Washington Wubln on post postThe potThe postThe
The Standard says n it supposes MIP that thatForeign thatForelp thatForeign
Foreign Secretary Lansdowne has been beenguided beeulded beenguided
guided ulded In this choice by the personal personalknowledge penonalknowle41re personalknowledge
knowledge be gained In India of the theambassadors tbpamba theambassadors
ambassadors amba 4ldor qualifications and add addthat addthat addSthat
that the United States cannot complain complainthat eomplinthat complainthat
that his majestys maJ ts government does not notselect not4ct notselect
select 4ct the best beattalent talent at its disposal l for forWashington forWuh1ncton forWashington
Washington WashingtonMRS Wuh1nctonMRS WashingtonMRS
MRS W J BRYAN BRV AN TO TOGIVE TOGIVE TOGIVE
GIVE HER TESTIMONY TESTIMONYNew
New Haven Conn Oct 25 5IA In con connection con1tlon coneetIon ¬
nection with the hearing at f the will of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the late P S Bennett which will be beresumed beresumed beresumed
resumed tomorrow It I t is understood understoodthat un understoodthat enstoodthat
that Mr M Mrs Bryan wife of W J Bryan Bryanone Bryanone
one of the executors will come to thin thHcity thl thllty thincity
city lty to testify as to what part she took tookin tookIn tookin
in the drawl drawing of the win and also alsoto as asto asto
to what occurred at the time timeMrs ttl1HXn timeMn
Mrs Mn Bryan it has been brought out outat outAt Outat
at the hearing drew up on a typewriter typewriterthe
the will which Mr Bennett addressed addressedto
to his wife instructing l her concerning concerningthe
the 150000 DO bequest beq to Mr Bryan BryanSBORXT Brnne BryansBCIT
e 0 0S1W1tT
SBORXT CIRCULAR ISSUED ISSUEDLondon ISSUEDLondon ISSU2DLondon
London Oct 9 IlThe The Tim TIme M learns ern rn8 that thatthe thathe thatthe
the Russian secretary of th tba Interior has hasInraed ha ha1rIIUfd hairsued
Inraed a secret circular to the governors governorsof vernora vernoraof
of the provinces and other authorities authoritiesordering authoritiesordering
ordering them to report on the difficul difficulties dlf difficultteii cul cultletr ¬
ties In the application of laws In rein relation reintioit ¬
tion to Jews J with a view to their te teviaion IE tovision
vision and Improvement This action in indo Isdue
= ontoa ontoaebtrv ebtrv ntin ntinJ
due do U to the fart thai in several eases easesJ easesJoiv
J Joiv v have snecesefully < nw eesrully ny anpealed a Je to tfc tfcsenate the thesenate
senate and nd obtained a decision that gov governors 8Overnors governors ¬
ernors had acted Illegally IllegallyB1TDBD menUyIt illegallyENDED
It ItE1fDBD
ENDED HIS TBOTIBLBS TBOTIBLBSConstantinople TROuBLJISConltantlnople TBOUBLzsConstantinople
Constantinople Oct 25 5Tt It in l reported reportedhere reportedhere reportedhere
here that Loufft Pasha military govern governor ¬
or of the province of Azir on the Red Redsea RedBflla Redsea
sea and adjoining adjolni Yemen Arabia com committed committed cornmitted ¬
mitted suicide In despair because th thgovernment the theoletnmfnt thegovernment
government at Constantinople Con tantioople ignored his hisreneated h hNneatPd hisreneated
reneated demands for reinforcement reinforcementThis
This refusal fUlml to send aid was as followed by bya
a general uprising in Azir In which the thegovernor th thv thegovernor
governor v > rnor of f the province was killed and anda
a hntt hattnlion > li n of trooon cut up Reinforce Reinforcements Reinforcements tnforce tnforcemenb ¬
ments are ar noi noiOldfleld now h htrr lr2 fnt to Amr Amra AmrOldfield AzirOldfield
a
Oldfield Will Ride at Denver DenverBarney DenverRaMlfY DenverBarney
Barney Oldfirld the champion automo automobillst autolDad automobillet
billet has II arrived at Denver V and ar arranged sirsned ¬
ranged d to IIr ride r an exhibition ex bt mile n on the theOverland theOverland r rOVErlanrl
Overland track The exhibition will be beheld ehpltf beheIdi
held on Thnrsdav afternoon of thi this week weekOldfleld weIIOlrHhTd weekOltield
Oldfleld stst 5tstet > that he will come to Salt SaltTnke SaltTtkp SaltTake
Take from Denver and go o from here to tofan toan toian
fan an Francisco where w re he Is entered in inthe Inth inthe
the th races nt Tnrf Tnlo1 r < < n Nov fi and 7 7SXHOTKRS iJI1IfDS 7IxIus
SXHOTKRS JI1IfDS MISSION MISSIONMarseilles JilJS8IONaIlJ IIIIONMarseUles
Marseilles aIlJ > Ule Oct 26 aRobert Robert P Skinner SkinnerUnitert Sklnnfrrnlteit Skinnerrnited
Unitert States consul corum I genera ae eIRI here who whois wboIf whois
is going to Abyssinia to establish diplo diplomatic diplomatic diplomatie ¬
matic rentlons with that country and andto andto nd ndto
to invite Kmneror l mTWror MeneHk to visit 181t the St Stlx StLouis StLouis
lx Louis > ul oXTxsltlrn lX P lottiI iti n t ft t h hre > re > today todayBLAIR too tooo tooDUm toit y yBLAIR
o
BLAIR BETTER BETTERSt
St Louis Lou Mo Oct 25 2The The condition conditionof onditlonof
of James D Blair director and former formercounsel tormfrtoun formercoupeel
counsel toun 1 of f the WorHs Wn1 1fI < fair who fell in a afiwr aFwon aswoon
fiwr swoon on on c his hl veranda last evening is to tonight tonisbt tonight ¬
night declared to be better betteroY
oY c 0
MINERS LQOKINJS LQOKINJSAFTER LQOK1NGAFTER I IAfTER
AFTER CLANCY CLANCYContinued CLANCYContfnued CLANGYConttnuet
Continued from Page l 1 1In 1In I Iin
in Butte six days or longer lo pr If necessary necessaryin nece
in order that appeals to the supreme supremecourt j
court might be perfected perfectedBy I
By practically a unanimous vote the theSilver theSUver theSilver
Silver Bow Trades and Labor assembly assemblyindorsed a emblyindor assemblyIndorsed
indorsed indor d the action of the miners un union UDIon tinion
ion last Saturday afternpon both as to I Itbe Ithe
the offer to buy the MacQlnniss stock stockin 1
in the Boston Montana Konta company and andthe i ithe
the resolutions re adopted adoptedThe adoptedThe I
The assembly meeting meetJn was u largely at attended attended
tended nearly every union in the city
being represented re representedThe le8ented le8entedThe
The assembly a also decided to bold a apublic apublic I Ipublic
public mass me meeting some time this thisweek thisweek I Iweek
week if in the meantime a settlement settlementof tUementof
of the controversy between the Amal Amalgamated Amalgamated Amalgamated ¬
gamated company and the Heinse a peo people pecpie ¬
ple is not effected effectedThe effectedThe effectedThe
The committee ws appointed to ar arrange arnce arrnge ¬
range nce for the meeting consisting of a arepresentative areproeaientaUve arepresentative
representative of each of the Butte un unions union8 unIons ¬
ions ion8XacGbu
MacGinnise in Salt Lake LakeJohn LakeJohn
John MacQinniss arrived arrtveclln in Salt a1t Lake LakeYesterday 1 1yesterday
yesterday morning having taken the theOregon theOregon theOregon
Oregon Short Line train at Silver Bow BowHe BowHe BowHe
He registered at the Wilson WI on but all day dayl dayand
I and all night he dodged ed interviewers interviewerseven i
I even denying his h identity identityHe
He spent the thedaT day with friends who whokept whokept whokept I
kept him shielded from the public view viewIt vie vieIt viewIt
It is understood that he will remain remainhere remainlIere remainhere
here several days probably until the thepresent thepreaent thepresent
I II
present trouble in < Butte But te settled or orUs
Us a fair way toward adjustment a4JustmentGROWING adjustmentGROWING
I
GROWING ILL FEELING FEELINGRussia FEEliNGRussia FEELINGRussia
Russia Has a Grievance Against This ThisCountry ThisCountry ThisCountry
Country CountryLondon CountryLondon CountryLondon
London Oct 2 zcSpeclal Special dispatches dispatchesfrom dispatchfrom dispatchesfrom
from St Petersburg represent a grow growing growIng growtug ¬
ing ill feeling feeUn in Russia against both bothEngland NthEnlland bothFngiand
England and the United States in con consequence conBequence consequence ¬
sequence of the supposed sup Q sympathy of ofthese ofthe ofthese
these the countries for forfapan Japan This feel feeling feelIng feeltag ¬
ing flnds expression in the Novoe NovoeVreinya NovoeVremya NovoeVrenya
Vreinya which in commenting cornme tI on the thedecision thedeciSIon hedectllon
decision of the Alaska boundary tri tribunal tribunal fribunal ¬
bunal says It hopes that Canada will willnow willnow willnow
now sever the ties connecting conn ctlnc It with withGreat withGreat Uh
Great Britain BritainThe BritainThe BritainThe I
The Noya Vrlkina maintains a both bellicose bell1ooee ¬
cose attitude expressing the opinion opinionthat optDlonthat opinionthat
that neither n ftber Great Britain or the Unit United United UnitNI ¬
ed States will interfere as a Russia R was wasbetter wa wabfotter Wabetter
better prepared for war The paper paperurges paperurges peI peIurges
urges that Japan had better be crushed crushedwithout crushed1tbout crushedwithout
without delay delayDARING dela delayDARING
II IIDARING
DARING RESCUE OF A AWOMAN AWOMAN AWOMAN
WOMAN BY FIRE CHIEF CHIEFAshland CHIEFAahland CHIEFAshland
Ashland Win Vi Oct 25 2iAll All of the t 125 125roomers 151Omers 125roomers
roomers In the Shores block which was wasdestroyed Wude wasdestroyed
destroyed de troYed by tire early today escaped escapedwith escapedwith
with their lives A thrilling thriUlngrescue rescue was wasthat wasthat wasthat
I that of Mrs Weeks wife of an ab abstractor sbstractor b bI ¬
stractor who lived on the third floor floorThe floorThe
I The ladderraia lad er to her room wasUoo wasUooshort wtooI wastooshort
short s ort and it was necessary for Fire FireChief FireChlet FireChief
I Chief Schaetxle In rescuing re her to tostand tostand tostand
stand on the top of the ladder Mi MiWeeks Y Mrs MrsWeeks c cWeek
Weeks clinging to the window gill was wasbarely wasbuely wasbarely
barely able ble toreach to reach his shoulders with withher withher withher
her feet She collapsed and fell on hi hihead hilt hiltbead hishead
head and shoulders The chief swayed swayedfor wayedfor swayedfor
for a moment but by a mighty effort effortsucceeded etrortBUCCeeded effortsucceeded
succeeded in steadying himself and andbringing I
I
bringing the woman to the ground groundsafely rroundarely groundsafely
safely safelyCONFERENCE safelyCONFERENCE
CI cr crCOftFERENCE
CONFERENCE DJD NOT NOTRESULT NOTRESULT NOTRESULT
RESULT IN DECISION DECISIONLondon DECISIONLondon DECISIONLondon
London Oct 25 SAccordlng According to re reports repor reports
ports por here the conference held Satur Saturday SaturcSay Saturday ¬
i day at Toklo between bet cabinet ministers ministersand mlpl8teraarid mlplsteraatid
and the elder statesmen stat llmen of Japan J pan did didnot didnot I Inot
not result re in any final decision Baron BaronRosen BaronROIIen BaronRosen t
Rosen Russian minister JDlnl ter to Japan has hasreceived hasrecetved hasreceived
received fresh instructions from his hisgovernment hl5government hi higovernment
government and was U to have Ji had d an anI another
lother I other conference onf rence with itb Foreign Mists MinteI 18 18I
I fer Kormurh Korm m i today It hs U understood understoodthat udderstoodthat derstooc1i
that a majority of the Japanese elders eldersfavored elderarfavored eldersfavored
i favored adherence to the countrys past pastpolicy pastpolley pastpolicy
policy insisting In l UnK that Russia Ru should ful fulfill CUifill fulfill ¬
fill her pledges with regard to Man Manchuria liIantburt Manchurla ¬
churia on the ground that any com compromise tJONproml oempromise ¬
promise e weuld only postpone po tpone and not notavert DOttovert notavert
avert a conflict conflictDUMONTS confllttDUMONTS conflictDUMONTS
DUMONTS BALLOON BALLOONNEARLY BAllOONNEARLY BALLOONI
I NEARLY GOT AWAY AWAYParin AWAYPart AWAYParis
Part Oct 26 SantosDumont ac accompanied acCjmpanled accrnpanIed ¬
companied by Archduke Leopold Sal Salvalor Salvator Salvator
vator of Austria minutely Inspected InspectedSantosDumonts inspectedSantollDumontll InspectedSantosDumonts
SantosDumonts balloon No 10 this thisafternoon thlaafternoon thIsafternoon
afternoon SantosDumont entered the thecar tbeI theear
car ar and ordered that the balloon be bebrought bebroulIht bebrought
I brought out of its shed in spite of a astrong ar arstrong astrong
strong wind The Th wind caused the bal balloon balJoon batloon ¬
loon to give a sudden lurch which whichthrew whichthr whichthrew
threw thr w to the ground the men who were wereholding wereholding wereholding
holding the guide Ide ropes The danger dangerfrom dangerfrom
from nearby trees wall > considerable considerablefor
for a few seconds but the guide rope ropewas ropewas ropewag
was soon recapturedand the balloon balloonbrought balloonbrought balloonbrought
brought down in safety safetyHEAVY atetyHEAVYGAlE safetyHEAVYGALE
HEAVY HEAVYGAlE GALE SWEEPING SWEEPINGOVER SWEEPINGOVER SWEEPINGOVERGREAT
OVER OVERGREAT GREAT BRITAIN BRITAINLondon BRITAINLondon BRITAINLondon
London Oct 25 26A A heavy hea vy gale is issweeping I Isweeping IsSweeping
sweeping over the coasts of ofUreat Great Brit Britain Britain BeltSin ¬
ain and vessels are running to port for forshelter forshelter forshelter
shelter Cornelius Vanderbllts yacht yachtNorth yachtNorth I II
North Star Captain SUinson from New NewYork NeWt Nework
I t York ork Oct 1 11 for Oreenock Scotland Scotlandhas seoUandhu Scotlandhas
has put into Queenstown short of ofcoal oflcoaI ofI
lcoaI lcoaII I coal coalThe
I The Red Star line steamer Finland FinlandCaptain Flpl4LndCaptain FiplandCaptain
Captain Albrecht which sailed lied from fromAntwerp fromAntwerp fromAntwerp
Antwerp last Saturday for New York Yorkhas Yorkhas Yorkhs
has arrived at Southampton in distress distressShe cUatIeMShe distressShe
She will proceed after making repairs repairsto
to her steering atHrin gear gearFIVE gearFIVE e r rFIVE
FIVE PERSONS INJURED INJUREDTrolley INJUREDTlo11ey INJUREDTilley
Trolley Car Collided OoUid With a a Wagon Wagonat
at Kansas City CityKansas CityKan OttyKansas
Kansas City Oct ItFlve Five persons were wereinjured wereInjured wereinjured
injured two seriously in a collision be between between betweeti ¬
tween a trolley car and a wagon wa on la this thwcity tlttcity thisCity
city tonight The injured injuredI <
I I Mrs KaUe I Wedge internal injuries injuriesserlou
I serious serlouMrs seriousMrs
I Mrs Hattie Cross contused wounds at atbaae atbase 1 1base
base of I brain serious rto rtoMn seriousMrs i iMrs
Mrs Nettle Cross R E Wedge and andArchie andArchie j
Archie Cross C Cre e all 11 I severely bruised bruisedA bruisedA
A baby In the arms of Mrs Nettle NettteCroc NettleCIOM NettleCross
Cross was uninjured uninjuredCOLLAR uninjuredIr
Ir IrcoLLAR 5 5oOMAa
COLLAR FACTORY BURNED BURNEDPortland BURNEDPortland BURNEDPortland
Portland Ore Oct 86 26ln In a fire which whichbroke wbJcbbroke whichbroke
broke out In P 3 Sharkey A Cos eel collar eo1lar eelJar ¬
lar factory on Union avenue and East BastTamhill Ba8tYamblll EastTainhill
Tamhill street this morning W50W worth worthof WOIUIof worthof
of property propertyWU was destroyed The fire firestarted fINstarted tnsstarted
started In some straw stored in the base basement bIuiement basemont ¬
ment and It kept the firemen busy until untillate unttllate untillate
late this afternoon It is believed the thefire thetire thefire
fire was the work of an Incendiary IncendiaryKHLKD Incendiarye IncendiaryXILL1ID IncendiaryXILLBD
e
KHLKD IK BJLLL GAME GAMETacotna GAXETatOlDa GE1acoina
Tacotna Wash Oct 25 Chester Mur Murray Murray Murray ¬
ray H boy about 14 years of age and the theson theson
son of o John Murray a prominent rest restby realdent
5 dent t of fJ Roy was killed u this afternoon afternoonby f rn rnby
by being struck with a hat t while playing playingball playingball playingball
ball at Roy Ro
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4 ANTIMORMON ANTIMORMONCincinnati ANTIKOXONCincinnati 4
4 4 4Cincinnati +
+ Cincinnati 0 Oct 2 2Elab Elab Elaborate Olaborte 4 4orate
+ orate arrangements have been beenmade beenJDitde + 4made
+ made for the National W C T U Uconvention Uconvention +
+ convention here Nov No 1318 1318Among +
4 4 Among those down on the pro prof programme 4
4 f gramme for address are Mrs MrsMarta +
4 Maria Wood representing relI entin the thet theInt +
+ 4 t Interdenomlnatlooal Int < al Council of orWomln +
4 Women omen whrf will 11I speak on The ThtMenate > 4
4 Menace of Modern Mod tn Mormonism Mormonismand 4 4 4and
4 and Deaconess Sarah J Elliott ElItottrepre 4
4 repre representIng entlng both the W C T I tT tTand 4
4 and Interdenominational Council Councilof 4 4of r
4 of Women who will 111 tnke as a her herthme 4
4 theme Polygamy in the United enitedState 4
4 4 States Statec +
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SITUATION IMPROVED IMPROVEDYellow MPROVEDYellow P RD yE D DYellow
Yellow Fever PeverNea Nearly ± 1yStsniped Stamped Out in inTexas inexu inTexas
Texas TexasSao TexasSah exu exusan
Sao Antanto 1 Tex Dot O 26 Tbe yellow yellowfev0r yellowfevtr yellowtevr
fev0r situation In San ss Antanio ntardots Is greatly greatlyImproved greatlyimproved y yImproved
Improved Tonights bulletin shows one onenew onenew onenew
new case and one death within the pMt PASItwentyfour pMttwenttour pzttwentyfour
twentyfour hours hoursAt hoursAt hoursAt
At a mass meeting this afternoon att oon many
leading phySicians being present a alutlon reso resolution rotution ¬
lution was adopted denying that t there therewas tlKrewaa therewas
was any yellow fever in the city and de demanding demandtJl demending ¬
mending that the quarantine against the thecity thecity theCity
city be raised immediately immediatelyLaredo inUltedta immediatelyLaredo tel telTex
Laredo Tex Oct OctYeilow 35 Yellow fever eon conI conditlona j
ditiona have bav so farImproved far improved that there thereIs
Is no longer doubt that in a short tlafc tlafcthe tI tIthe Unt Untthe
the disease will have been entirely entirelymenCs entirelystamped tlrel tlrel8tam
8tam stamped out The state health depart department department
menCs ment s bulletin tonight tor to the t past pasttwentyfour pa pasttwentyfour t
twentyfour hours 1t snows wa twelve new newcases Ilewcaaea newcases
cases and one death deathNo deathNo deathNo
No additional eases ea have been reported reportedfrom report reportedfront d dfrom
from Minerva MinervaSAM MinersaSAM
Klnervae
e I ISAM
SAM JIM SQUEALED SQUEALEDAMP SQUEALEDACD SQUEALEDAND
AMP WAS FOUND DEAD DEADNew DEADNew DEADNew
New York Oct 25 iThe 25The The police aided aidedby aidedby aidedby
by United States Inspector A E Me MeLaughlln McLaughlin c cLaughUn
Laughlln of Philadelphia Pbl1ad lpbta are investi investigating inveBtIgattn inveatigattn ¬
gattn the death of Sam Jim a China Chinaman CldnaJOan Chinaman ¬
man who died yesterday in a Chinese Chinesestore Chinesestore e estore
store on the Bowery Jim according accordingto
to the Inspector was Indicted with withnineteen wtthnineteen withnineteen
nineteen other Chimunen at Philadel Philadelphia Philadelphia ¬
phia ph for smuggling opium and in order orderto
to escape punishment furnished furnt bed th thsecret tbret thsecret
secret ret service officials with information informationthat informationthat
that resulted in the discovery of a vast vastsmuggling vas vasmuggllng vassmuggling
smuggling plot It i is now supposed supposedthat suppo supposedthat ed edthat
that Sam Jim was murdered in re revenge revenp ressage ¬
venge by highbinders As a result of ofInspector offt8pector ofInspector
Inspector McLaughlins story the t e po police police Dolice ¬
lice tonight arrested arreet Tuck Lee Sam SamKee SantKee 51stKee
Kee and Quong Jon all living In FeU FeUstreet PeUstreet PeSIstreet
street streetEDITOR streetEDITOR streetEDITOR
EDITOR IN INPRISON INPRISONPAPERSUSPENDED PRISON PRISONPAPER PRISONPAPER
PAPER PAPERSUSPENDED PAPERSUSPENDEDSan SUSPENDED SUSPENDEDSan
San Juan P R R Oct 25 SOn On Ocf24 Ocf24the Oct 24 24the 4 4the
the San Juan News published a flere flereattack fter fierheattack e eattack
attack upon u n the government Imme Immediately lmmediatety Imniediately ¬
diately following this publication local localbankers oalbankers localbankers
bankers served lftCl a writ of attachment attachmenton
on the News on a promissory ory note for
410 11 There wa wa no issue l ue of the pa paper paper paper ¬
per today and a receiver has been appointed ap appointed ¬
pointed pointedHobart pointedHobart ln
lnHOMrt
Hobart F Bird editor of the he News Newsbegan New1tqan Newsbegan
began qan servlns = a two monthssentence monthssentencein month lMntCtnCe lMntCtnCeI
in I p jail last week for having libelled libelledJudge libelledJudge libelledSudge
Judge R Thomas The News was the theorgan theorgan theorgan
organ of the Socialists Anarchists and andFederals andFederals andFederals
Federals FederalsFOUR FederalsFOUR
Q 0 0FOUR
FOUR MEN MENDROWNED MENDROWNEDThrec DROWNED DROWNEDThree
Three of Them Belonged Belo gGd to the Trans Transport Tra Traport Transport ¬
port Kilpatrick XiljatrickPortland I IPoMlalHl
Portland Me Oct 25 5Thrte Three mon I n from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the United States transport tran port Kilpatrick Kilpatrickand
and a Portland man were were drowned in inthe intb inthe
the tb outer harbor last night The victims victimswere victimswere 1cUn1swere
were a sergeant se1Jr ut of one of the th companies companieson
on board the ship the captalns cabin cabinboy fablnboy cabinboy
boy the ships carpenter and Fred Stan Stanford Stantord Stanford
ford of this city The names of the Kil KiIpatrlcklI 111patricks
Patricks men could not be learned learnedA
A man from the city came up to the thetransport thetransport
transport which wan anchored off Fort FortGeorge FortGeor FortGeorge
George Geor about 9 oclock last t evening with witha
a party of soldiers from shore and was wasasked wasaaked wasasked
asked and consented con enttd to take another anotherparty anotherparty anotherparty
party ashore The boat sank It was wasdark wasdark wasdark
dark but boats were lowered and an at attempt attempt attempt
tempt made to pick up the men m strug struggling struggllnl struggling ¬
gling in the water When hn all who could couldbe Cfuldhe couldbe
be found were on board bo rd it was learned learnedthat If learnedthat >
that the four 1ur mentioned were missing mllnKII mimingtMIQUE
II I IMIQUE
MIQUE FISHER FiSHERHAS HAS ENOUGH ENOUGHManager ENOUGHManager
Manager X ager of Sacramento Slcrame to Ball Team TeamWants TeamWants
Wants to toQult Quit QuitSacramento
Sacramento Cal Oct 25 25Mager 25MagerFisher Manager ManagerFisher anRtr anRtrFieher
Fisher of the Sacramento Sacram nto baseball team teamarrived teamarrived
arrived in this city tonight He says saysthat saysthat saysthat
that he intends to EP appear HC before the thechamber thechamber thechamber
chamber of commerce comme nt t the end of the theseason theseason
season and make them the proposal to toform tor to1s toform
form r an Incorporation nd take e charge chargeof r
of his 1s arIHfer baseball team as be n was ett tired tt of ofcarrying ofcarrying f fcarrbg
carrying such a heav hY7 heavyflnane1al tflnanel na Il l burden burdenMe burdenHe I IHe
He believes beHev S that it wUl wUIbe e a good adver advertia advertill adveitie
tie till 1 mont t for the city cU toretain to rtltaln the team teamand teamand teamand
and says that he does not care whether whetherthe wht whetherthe > ther therthe
the chamber of commerce retains him himan himm himmrt himnil
an manager or not so that a they th thrnfd relieve relievehim relievehim I
him m mrt of the team t ttSOt tSOt tSOta So far as he Is I con concerned concorned ¬
corned rnfd he Is out of it Itat at the end nd of this thisseason thl thleatQu thisseason
season eatQuIt
It lID lIDMOTOR
MOTORMAN MOTOR MOTORMANFAINTED MOTORMANFAINTEDDintreasing MAN FAINTED FAINTEDDistressing FAINTEDDiatreoing
Distressing Street Car Accident at atToilet atJoliet atJoliet
Joliet 111 111JoMet DIJon inJoliet
Joliet Jon t Ill Oct 25 25Motorman Jtotorman Bouray Bourayfell Bourayfell Bourayfeil
fell In a a faint faintand and rolled from the plat platform plattorm pintform ¬
form of his car on the Chicago Joliet Jolletelectric Jolietelectric Jolietelectric
electric line today and the car plunged plungeddown plungeddon plungeddown
down a ste steep p hill at a terrific rate The Theonly Theonly Theonly
only passenger er MIss Anna Westbourg
jumped and was painfully bruised brui ed At Atthe Attue I Ithe
the foot of the hiil the car struck and andkilted andkilled t tkilled
killed Peter Sharp aged a ed 18 and jumping jumpingthe I Ithe
the track crashedInto crashed Into1UJd Into and wrecked the thedwelling tbed thedeliing
dwelling d elllnK of f Charles Holtotln Mrs Hall Hallsun itoHatm I
atm sun escaped eeca by jumping mplng through a win window wlnIMPRESSIVE windew ¬
dow dowIMPRESSIVE dewiMPRESSIVE
e I IAT
IMPRESSIVE IMPRESSIVEe SERVICES SERVICESAT S RoVICES
AT GENERAL PIKES PIKE 5 GRAVE GRAVEVrashin GRAVErasblngtofl I IWaabington
Waabington Vrashin rton Oct 35 5Impre 25Impressive 25Impressiveservices Impressive Impressiveservices Blve Blveervlces
services were ere held today at the grave graveof graveof graveof
of General Albert Pike formerly soy sovereign soyereign ¬ I
ereign commander of the supreme coun council cottacii ¬ I Iell
ell of Scottish h Rite Masons of the thesouthern tbelJOulhern thesouthern
southern Jurisdiction by the members membersof i
of that council Tributes to his memory memorywere memorywere memoryWere
were paid by Grand Commander James JamesD
D Richardson General Robert W Hall Halland Halland Halland
and by General IS B Hussey HusseyTHE HuneyI HuneyTHE
5 5THE I
THE DEATH RECORD RECORDJqhann RECORDJohann RECORD3qhann
Jqhann Fedruss EedruSilBudaJ FedrussBudapest I IBudapest
Budapest t Oct t S 5Jolaamr Johanir Fadruea the thesculptor thesculptor I
sculptor Is dead deadIieutcnant deadLieutenant deadicutenant
Lieutenant Commander Beaving Beavington BeavingtonMansfield BeavingtonMansfield toru toruMansfield
Mansfield Mansfield 0 Oct 25 25LIeutenant Lieutenant Com Commander Command Cornmander ¬
mander mand Martin ar n Beavlngton chief < hie end engineer ender sugiacer
acer er on the battleship hattle hlp Kentucky of the theAsiatic theA theAsiatic
Asiatic A squadron died today totla of Brights Blightsdisease Brightsaged Brightsdisease
disease aged 4 45 During the Spanish SpanishAmerican SpanlshAmerican SpanishAmerican
American war he was w inspector in the thebureau theburau thebureau
bureau of navigation at Washington WashingtonRobert WashingtonRobert WashingtonRobert
Robert H Thurston ThurstonItnaca ThurstonUhata ThurstonIthaca
Itnaca N Y Oct 28 5Profe Professor aor Rob Robert Robert Robert ¬
ert H Thurston director of the Sibley Sibleyoell Slblfcon Sibleycollege
con college g of engineering Cornell university universitydied unlversttyd1ed universitydied
died suddenly tonight tonl ht at t his home on the thecampus thecaMp thecampus
campus caMp He was a sitting in his library libraryshortly librarYshortly librarYshortly
shortly before < oclock awaiting the thearrival theaniva1 thearrivaL
arrival of Professor Hewitt and others otherswho otherswbo otherswho
who were to be his guests at dinner to today today today ¬
day being his uixtyiourth birthday He Heseemed Heeeme Heseemed
seemed < to fall asleep Ieep but when his wife wifemade wifemade wifemade
made efforts to rouse him she found him himunconscious himunconllClpulI himunconselpos
unconscious and he Wag q dead before a aphysician aphyalclan aphysician
physician could be summoned um ned Heart Heartdisease HeartdlHaae Heartdisease
disease was U the cause of death He had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been in apparent good health and spirits spiritsDr spiritsand spiritsand
and had just returned frOm rom a a brisk walk walkDr walkDr
Dr Thurston was > one of the best bestknovn bestknONO bestknovn
knovn members I of the university faculty facultyand facultyand I Iand
and ranked very high in his profession professionHe 1
He was born at Providence R I in 1839 1839SATLED l83SSAILED 19SAILED
SAILED FOR THE ORIBNT ORIENTSeattle ORIBNTttle ORIBNTSekttle
Seattle ttle Wash Oct 25 1Profeor Professor J JW JW JW
W Jenks of Cornell university member memberof
of the commission on international ex exchange exchaqe cxchange ¬
change appointed under a recent act of ofcongress ofcoqrea ofcongress
congress sailed today from this city ell to tothe tothe I
the Orient where he will spend several severalmonths lIeera lIeeraJIIOntb aeveramonths
months in an effort to arrange a basis basisof basisor basisof
of exchange betwen the Asiatic coun countries countries countries ¬
tries and the gold < old standard nations nationsBROVTNT natlonaBROWN nationsBROWN
BROWN H3BARD PROM PROMFunchal FROxFunchal PROMFunchal
Funchal island of Madeira Oct OctTh 36 36The L LThis
The Th Columbia II arrived here last Friday Fridayand Fridayand Fridayand
and will rill be overhauled The Columbia II IIin I Il ILIs
in l a nineteenfoot sailing allin boat in which whichCaptain whichCaptain whichCaptain
Captain Isen Brown left Boston Aug Au 11 11atone 11atone IIalone
atone to Hail I tq Marseilles On Sept Septthe 6the 6 6the
the craft was capsuwd Mip bled and Brown thrown thrownoverboard thrownoverboard thrownoverboard
overboard losing most t of his provisions provisionsHe prolslonHe
He wa picked un up on Sept 17 and after afterreprovisioning afterreprovisioning > r rreproislordnl
reprovisioning his boat resumed umed his hisJourney hisjournl hisjourney
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crew at Johpa a siding a few miles east eastof ta8tor eastof
of Rosebud in this county count found two twosticks twosticks
sticks of dynamite on the tih track yesterday yesterdayA
A number of trains had passed over It Itbut Itbut Itbut
but it is not known why no explosion oc occurred oceurred cccured ¬
cured The sheriff hf > rlff arrested II four nur men menwho Ufnwho uenwho
who came in on a westnoujjrt Westbouist freight freighttrain fNIetlttNtln freighttrain
train and searched them Nothing Slthlnlrrfounl1 Nothing1 Nothing1found lira lirafound
found to indicate they th > had dorv1 d the worti wortiand w wand itlf itlfand
and they were ere released Ictc reteaen Jed <
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worse they get If its a loss take it cheerfully and andget andget andget
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and examine our stock of Guns Gunsand Ou Ouand Gunsand
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Assessment No To 15 15MARTHA 15IARTHA 15MARTHA
MARTHA WASHINGTON w SHI GTO MUJINO MUJINOcompany KININGCompan MIi1NOcompany
company Principal place of business businessSalt 1Wlln tusinessSait I ISalt
Salt Lake City Utah Location of mines minesTin mlntlNntlc minesTintic
Tin Nntlc tic mining district dl trlt Notice is hereby herebygiven herebYghen herebygiven
given that at a meeting of the board of ofdirectors ordirectors oflirectors
directors of the th Martha Washington Min Mining MJninlt Mliiing ¬
ing company held on th the Sttn day of ofOctober otOctober f fOctober
October 1903 assessment 2UJ ment Xo 0 J5 1i of on one
1 1 cent per share was wa lovid d upon the thecapital tbepital thecapital
capital pital stock of tho corporatJon lorpOl < t tJon issued issuedand illludand issuedand
and outstanding payable a ablt immediately to tothe tothe tothe
the secretary at his hi offlot ri r Ift n 420 1 1F 1 1F 1F >
F Walker building Salt Lak < tty Utah UtahAny CtahAnr UtahAny
Any stock upon which this thi > 8flIIImfntma sessment sessmentlain scssmentmay
Tucsia the 24th 24thday 24thday 4thday
ma may remain lain unpaid on fl
day of November N e1nb + r Utt will be h uelinquent uelinquentand jelinQu nt ntand
and and advertised fcr f ual a k < q t t > Mic iI auction auctionand AUlti11and auttiiand
and unless payment 1 Is ma lUI > le before b fGrf will willbe willIIOld wtlbe
be sold on Monday the 14th day of ofctn1 iv ivcembor D Dcerniwr
cembor ctn1 r 1903 1 B ° at 12 oclock noon at th thsecretarys t thti thtisecretaryiA hf1 hf15ec1tary
secretarys offUe of net to pay the delinquent delinquentassessment dfl1nqll dehunqutttassessment < tt ttallllPssment
assessment thereon together with 1f1t II the thaALY1RAS thecoatM thecosts
costs of advertising and expensr of sale saleALVIRAS ale aleALVlRAS
ALY1RAS E SNOW S OW Secretary
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