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I SALT LAKE LA1 CITY Int 1 L SATURDAY 4 7 MAY 7 p g 1904 1004
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that Bart Arthwr i Is cut off ef from txo ail 11 communication b by land UM tM1f thsmit JApa ajBa ajBaIte
1f tau rri oe 1l ir s IIltf1I 1 1IIIahal tY tYy1 >
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f + 8t t Petersburg tenbu May 183 183naNew < 2 2nx P PwJNews +
+ nx naNew > News of very biavy h vy fighting flightingt fightingnoar tln tlnnear +
near Feng Wan Wang Cbene I I expect expecte4 t + f fed
+ ed within thirtysix hours our Irge I Iretnfonftl LsrgeI + f frelnforcemenUi
I + relnforcemenUi retnfonftl enta have reached the tbelan theRuselaii + fRuasiaii
+ Ruasiaii lan poeiUon An Imperial or order order order +
+ der has been issued attaching attachingthree ttacblntrhfte +
4 three hfte batteries of artillery to each eachof ech4otthenlnerfledlvtMons + 4of
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1 WO distinct tinct landing laadi operations by bythe bytile byI
TO I the Japanese in the vicinity of ofPort ofPort ofPort
Port Arthur are reported in to tofiaya to toftara toaar
fiaya aar diaatefaea dIsptihe to th u c cI Arfs MocItd MocItdc Kt 4 4Prjaa
c Press Acoarding A to cabMa ca cas from Tu TueiVBBted T Tkio TS
I S kio an4 fld 8t Petenbu Pteriburg the lapau lapaua psee psee1eted
eiVBBted a landiag in force aad unop unoppoa unopoee4 unoppod
poa pod 4 at Pitawo a point pol K on the east eastcoaat et etOMt L LOt
coaat of tte t pentasula about POUL seventy seventyfive eventyfive aeventyve
five ve milea Ieu above Port Arthur An Another Another Another ¬
other successful landing Jandt ta reported to tohave toJlave to2ave
have taken place at Port Adsma which whichis wlUcbStldtted
is Stldtted t situated tuated on an arm of Society bay bayon bayU
on 1 the west Well coast of the peninsula di directly 41eCU dieetly ¬
rectly eCU opposite and about twenty mUes mUesclistaM m mdistaat mMeei
i distant from PHswo The railroad Uroad that thatconnects thatronaeets thateonneet
connects Port Arthur with Mukden MukdenI
Jlft I > aasas dose e to Port Adam and it it itevident III IIIvlclent t tvident
evident that It is l now in the posses possession poAestoion possesOfl ¬
sion Ofl of the Japanese at this tbl point pointA
A dispatch from Washington indi indicate Indicate mdicate
cate u tending according to advices advicesreceived advResJe a4vesreecived
received Je jved there at Kin Chau or Kin Kinfhow Kint Kinhow
fhow t how Thin place is located at the theextreme theextNIIM theextre
extreme eastern Oft of the bay of ofthe oft
the t be Mine name Dime on the wet Cut and andi andHI andmn
i HI dtraeft seI acroaa the peninsula e from fromthe borao fromthC
o the t be KoiateK Ri port of Palny It Itabotat la laabout Iiabout
about forty miles ne north of Port Ar Arthur Arthur Arthur ¬
thur The strip of land between Palny Palnyand tiInynd ny nyan
an and nd Itln In Chow is the narrowest nrrowe point pointof pointof pointof
of die e peninauja Kin KlnCllow Chow is about abouthalf atpoutbait aboutbait
bait war between Port Arthur 4rtJa 1 and andPort andPort andPort
Port A and Is also on the rail railroaA raUrod railrosd
rod J It is probable bowevax bo j that tbatt thatthto thathis
thto t hl landing nc refera feN to that t PortAdams Port JortAda tortAdams
Ada Adams which hl < h is on an arm armoftlle of ofthe Uwsew Uwsewdjaas e ead newj
j ad adJabte djaas v to Kin Chow Cla01llfa bo1 b bi
i Cla01llfJ J
a Pn to Ye CrWa CrWaat riaisat
at Port ort Arthur ArthtrrSt ArthurPeterurg
St Peteraburg May 7 72 S8 a m mJapanese mJ mJapanene >
Japanese J apneae troops s warming swannl cross the theimrrow theJ11UT01IrneS thezrronem
J11UT01IrneS imrrow neck of the L4ao Twig penin peninBula penlnj
I Bula fiU the railroad and teJffffMh tel telJn eam eaminuiileatlopa c a anunKtiOni
j inuiileatlopa Jn cut and Port Arthur ArtIaurlIIo ArtIaurlIIoted too tooicted 10Ated
icted ted ad left t to ita own reaourcea are areondtttona a aon arecondht
condht ondtttona on which biota thi t Rnssisnii aeem to toaccept toe tonecept
accept e cept with great stoicism stoicismThee stoicism1IMM stolcinmThere
Thee event u have been anttctpated anttctpatedtiince aattdpMe4Ifince anctpstedijiuce
tiince the outbreak of the war ar and the theauthorttiea tIaeautborttitSbi theauthorIties
authorIties autborttitSbi in a a sense appear at to be re relieved ft ft1ieed reieved ¬
lieved now that the blow has b fallen fallenThey faIleDrrhe fallenrhey
They rrhe assert that the fortress fortn I is 4m 4mpregnaMe JJJlrecnable Irnpregnable
pregnable and an amply provisioned ed to toptand toftand tostand
stand a siege for a yeajr and that it itan Itan Ithold
< an hold out until the time cornea to torelieve tot toI
I t relieve it itAccording ItAecordJq ItAccording
According to t official b ial information the thelanding theiandlnc thet
t landing of troops from aixty Ixt transports transportsbegan tranapo tranapobegan tranPortnbegan
began simultaneously at Pitawo Pitawod PitawodCape and andCape nd ndCape
Cape Terminal on the morning morn mornIi morutn ofMay ofMayE
E It is also reported that tro troopi are arelanding are1an ireandlnp
landing 1an lq at Kinchow but t this is not notcredited notrediNd notredited
credited as the Russians RI ia are known knownto
to have fortifications there tJaeNand and it is isnot Isflot Is3ot
not believed that the Japanese Japa had the thedaring thedarl thedaring
daring darl to hu Iai4 < 1 immediately under the theentrenched uefntrene thecntrsnehd
entrenched fntrene position from which the theKuastans t18nu t1eItumisus
Kuastans nu could inflict eefe ev re injury on onthem onthem
them themComplete 1 themIc
Ic hemDe De An AnComplete j jComplete
Complete details d talla of the th tending dine are areJacking a acktW I Iackh
Jacking ackh cktW owing owtn to the interruption of ofcommunication ofommt oftommUnIc4tiOfl
communication delttloa No reaiaMuice reance cewaB cewaBlnade was wasmade Wa Waiiade
made the f few w Cossacks who observed observedthe observedthe obeervedthe
the movement retiring wmjn WIICO the war warships wartihi warebip ¬
ships tihi shelled Jthe shore proaratory torJ to todebarkation tobarllatlon todebarkation
debarkation barllatlonu f
Ten thousand were put utore u > > aahore on onThursday onrrhuue onJhuruday I
Thursday rrhuue and the debaHtk d Uon > n was wasvroooeding Wa Waruoeedng a
vroooeding 1 ooeedi yestoaday y at the time that thatnununication tbatmlPunicatton thatinunmnicatlon
nununication eenfjed It is I believed believedTiiat believedt believed1iat
Tiiat t itat there are a more thanlfcOW tban OOO men menJiow men110W menow
Jiow ow on land preparing prep ring for forward forwardmovement forwardlno forwardThovent4
movement lno Thovent4Two movementTwo t tT
Two T laNn Japaneae pneee reghnenta nta were but hurried butied ur uried ¬
ried ied waatward tward ani y ytera sterda > morning to tout tout tout
ut the railroad rat and telegraph com comjnunlcation comJIIunlcatJoa coinL
L jnunlcation inunkt One of these tt ItM to said saidfired aidrued d dtind
fired on a train conveying wounded woundedfrom woundediurn oundedfrom
from iurn Kttft Arthur ArthurTlsapss ArthurIt
Tlsapss It t rnllini Off Port ft ri riwhile Arthur ArthurWhile ArtrWhile
While the tending was a proceeding on onThursday onihureday II
Thursday the Japanese baUIeshipa Mi MiIxatta KIhas MiflPtPUne
has Batsuse Shiktehhna Tashtana Tashtanaand Tabknaittd I IU
U and lid Fuji the cruisers twate Idsumo idaumoA j jAdsutna I
A Adsutna ds dsum and Aaamao made a demon demonttratkm de deMonratIofl 1ontf
tf ration off Port Arthur to prevent pre vent the thevisible theL
L visible 1 8s1ble egress of Ruscsiaa Rua all torpedo torpedol torpedo1at t
l 1at ata i number of Japanea J Beft torpedo to torpedoa o oh j jIxiats
Ixiats h ata a ta were also aI obsened 9sT Pigeon Pigeonl I
l lIY 1 y yIt yT
T lIYIt It was because ue he was convinced c avIDced that thatI I Ijrt
1 jrt rt Arthur waa w about to be cut C1I t off offi
i lat Viceroy Alekieff accOSApanJed Oinpsn1ed by byi
i s staff and Grand D Duke ke beds left leftl leftIstily leftsIlly
l istily On Thursday several veri1 train trainids trainId trainds
ids Id ds of sick and wounded and other otherf otherrfVnetlvea
f Iffecth8 ffecliv s were dispatched north northird ntJird tf tflrd
ird irdi rdI >
i I is reported that the Japanese panue ships hlp hlpinbsrded j jmbarded i imbarded
mbarded Port Art Arthur early rly on the therning therning I
rning rnl of May < and succeeded at test testclosing autcloeIng lastcking
closing the entrance sot tto official officialtftrmation qa1haUon
tftrmation of the blocking hik report CJIBela11 ran ranj j jobtained
> obtained obtain l The exact ex4tbSiir hear r at which whichamtfnicatton wllJchI whichtmUnIeatIon
amtfnicatton I with the tk Raseten RSIfltuho1d I Itttffhold IoId
tttffhold ceased baa not been be estmb estmb7hea estabri tab I
7hea 7heaThe flned >
The r ri he strength of the garrison at Port PortAttimr Portttuar PortI I
Attimr ttuar I t line s not revealed by tbft tb author authorns tboI1 tboI1ri tbrlfi
ri ns i who 110 will wheat7 I only say ay that tMtft t to 1 ade adeate adeitS f ft
t > > ate for d fenaive > purpose ft t is s n nt ntved t ti I
f i haired J ved that the force there txcHd Xfl Xflu P i ijo
jo 1 o 10 soldiers soldiersLarge BOldienl
4 Large mess TnsiBisa 11 Unziy Unziyj JJ JJiarp j jA
j l I A large force is I janet net regarded e4 aa nec nect neiary
t ur ary a ry > as a was w shown wn from the t be recent recentv
v iihdrawal t h raw d of some Of the th troops who whov
v tf simply a ad dlnsjlr n tlif t in resoun rfSHurcs rfSHurcsr os osf
f the I he hgarrieon hgarrieonrzf garrison garrisonIll ga rri80n rri80nTljf
Tljf Ill fleet must now no take takea a secondary secondaryni
ni Ilitlll 11 and tht th sailors l1ore wilt be used to toin tohp toI
in the I hp shore g gln uifl if necessary necessaryAdmiral n eeATY eeATYi
i < Admiral SkrydloS and VIM V Ad Adi
i 1 1 f n7Irazoff < z tlrazofT annot novt no reach rpahpJ
C q pJ > ub O 1 1vJ tYia
vJ Yia I i11 tWv1 u qu 1 I Ic
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ran there Rear Admiral Wittsoeft Wittsoeftwho Withoeftwho Wittsoeftwho
who was wa left In charge of the fleet pet by byViceroff byI byViceroff
I Viceroff Alexieff will direct operations operationsat
at Port offi officer otftcer officot
Arthur Wittsoeft is a good ¬
I cer and it is I believed he will render renderexcellent rendercxeet readerexcellent
excellent service serviceDespite nervleeDespIte rJCf rJCfI
Despite 1 the greater number of Jap Japaneae JapneIIe ispaDore ¬
I aDore the general staff elatrbe1ieea believes that thattheir thatI thattheir
their formidable foitlAcatioiw fofflatI ortll atwn re still stillleave 8111leave stiltIeve
leave the defensive superiority with withthe wtththe withthe
I the Russians whose e staying qualities qualitiesit ll llIt
it to confident will inaure their hold holding holdI holdlag ¬
ing out ut as a long Ion as a necessary necessaryWill nec neceesaryWill eary earyW1U
I Will Del Detend ttd Dalaj DalajWhite Da1a7Whtte Da1nyWhIle
White the outer line ef f fortifications fortificationsextends forUaUonI fortificationeextends
extends to Kinchow unquestionably unq unquestlonsbiynodetermined ttona1ftyodet no nodetermined
determined det effort will be made tajhajd tajhajdthem t inthem W4 W4nor
I them nor is It expected that tha a a ftespe ftespefate 4eepeate despiSate
fate attempt to retain Dalny 1M wttt be bemade beI bemade
I made ade The b main defense dele win be of ofPort OfP OfPutt
Port P rt4r Arthur where since the harbor harborhas Jaar JaarOCC1lpied barberbaa
has been occupied by the Ituaaiana Ituaaianasteady uadansieady na nalltea
steady lltea work has progressed 1W1 to com oomBtete comllete cornpint
Btete pint the system of defense defe which lclt lcltJUt is iseffective isinst
JUt at effective on the land as ori o the theHeesstl tlaee tlaehi thesea
sea sIde e
sIdelaees1 Heesstl in 1 Command CommandLieutenant 00mmaac1LleQtenabt OommndLleqtensnt
Lieutenant General Stoessel will Ill have havesupreme hvesupreme e epreme
supreme preme command at Port Arthur He Hete HedeNrtbed
te 1 described as a highclass I be command commander d deJ ¬
er His recent nt proclamations lla llaUSat show showthat showthat
that he is imbued with a determina determination deteradnatlon dofermination ¬
tion to ti hold Port Arthur until the test testman lalitan lastInns
man an to s killed killedOfficers klliroO8I killedOffleep
Officers O8I eN of the general staff say J that thatthe thattlae thatthe
the landing la of the Japanese army y on onthe onthe onthe
the peninsula and the Investment t of ofPort ofP ofPort
Port P rt Arthur clarify the military situ situation situation situallen ¬
ation and the problem which General GeneralKuropatkin OeneralaUlOpatkin Qenaiaiatkln
Kuropatkin aiatkln must solve he Had Kuro Kuropatkte JtHOJlia ure urepstkbi
patkte Jlia dn had Ms way before the theft war warft warn
ft jis is said id he would woW have atisntfoned atisntfonedPoijt allamlone4Pb
Poijt Pb Pot Arthur withdrawn further to the thenorth tbenortb thenorth
north and waited until tU his army had hadbecome hadome hadbecome
become ome overwhelming overwhetmi in its strength strengthwhen strengthwhen treJaAthwhen
when he would have moved forward forwardbat forwardbet forwardbet
bet this was w made impossible as a a con consequence CGnsequeoce eonsequence ¬
sequence of the injuries I sutain II suataiie4 bjr bjrthe iythe
the Port Arthur fleet and the impos impossibility 1m 1mbIlity Imp ImpIlity ¬
bIlity sibility Ility of the departure of the th fleetn fleet IeetVladlvOIItolr Deetm
n m Vladivostok with a afolCt irapfefeftr eJ Sii Siie Jtf
e 1 force outside that port Th Thre he e envre i ifete
fete re the ceinmanjertnchtof C erkihSf is wait waitaat waltat waitat
at Uae uy Li YsISl1l8 Teaff ss Ae PflS PflSMna enewrl enewrlas t
aat Mna as Mal lhave developed svAJetenty svAJetentyte nty ntyto
to show Just what line it to supposed supposedto 11f4
to follow followCaution fellowCauUon followCaution
Caution forbade ade an attempt attempt in force forceto rceto forceto
to prevent General Gen ral Kurokl s passage passageof
of tbeTalu the Yalu as the troop tended at atPitsewo atPltsew atPituewo
Pitsewo might ht have been dI dIVQ1J4 diverted to totake t ttake totake
take the Russians on o the flank of in inthe 1ftUte Inthe
the rear
Up to Xuropatkin XuropatkinNorn
Now Nowotltat otltat that the uncertainty 1IO is i partly partlydispelled partlypelled partlyd1pelIed
dispelled pelled General Kuropatkin from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the inner lines Is I free to act That he hepurposes beIl herpo0s
purposes Il rpMeS to move energetically is isshown isIIIown 1 1shon
shown by the fact that he has sent re reThe retafoffement8 reIOforcemPntS
tafoffement8 to hOC eng Wang ChelW ChelWThe CbengThe
The indications are that he intends intendsimmediately Itendsmediately Intendsimmediately
immediately to assume the aggressive aggressiveand ve veand
and to tGab1 strike General Kurokft army armybefore arm armbefore armybefore
before the latter can be reinforced reinforcedthroiigh reinforcedUno reinforcedtbrodb
Uno throiigh Korea KOrea Should the Japanese Japaneselanded lapalleRdecJ JapaneseLanded
landed decJ at Pitsewo begin gin p northward northwardmovement nortbwardmovement northwardmovement
movement enough Russian troops it Itaid to tosaid 1 1said
said are in the vicinity of New Chnang Chnangto Cbwmto
to Mold the Japanese in check until untilconclusions untiloonclWlIolw untilconclualone
conclusions have been tried with Ku Kurokl Jrurokl Kuroki ¬
rokl It is I not anticipated however howeverthat IIDweverthat howeverthat
that the Japanese will march north northward nonward northward ¬
ward but it is I believed they will de devote doVote ¬
vote their energies to effect the fall fallof taUof fallof
of Port Arthur ArthurThe
i The receipt pt of news ne at any time of ofa ofa ofa
a decisive battle near Feng Wang WangCheng Wangn Wangcben
Cheng cben n will not cause eau surprise here he and andalready andalready
already rwm6rs are circulating circwaU ta the thecity
city which however lack verification verificationand
and are believed to be untrue that a abattle attle abattle
battle ttle has been n fought thlltthe t tanese 1ap 1apaBelle Japsneer
sneer have been defeated with wit heavy heavyan4 heavyloss neavyleas
leas and that Kuropatkln was wound woundI wo woed
I ed d Another rumor is in circulation circulationthat circulationthat
that Port Arthur has been captured capturedbut
but this t to also scouted in responsible responsiblequarters retape respenatbiequartere ble
quarters quartersinujuaia quartereZL3t1G
inujuaia ZL3t1G r n WAJKJ cantata cantataAnsjy cIKIfGAr G GAnv
Ansjy Ar of lurokl XU1OId Xuxoktid faift IQtte te be A4v 4c n j > e etag e eIn
tag 1 in Thjree IlnOI ifr l lParlllay OolumiParis Oelmnns OelmnnsParis
> Paris Parlllay ajay ay 7 LA A St Petersburg Pet 1WImra cor corrtspondent COIr corrtspondent
rtspondent r of the t be Echo de Paris Par sends sendsthe MIMIstile sendsthe
the following under date of May MayThe MayThe < IThe
The general era I staff lit believes b1I eII that the theJapauentf tbJa thelapalione
Japauentf Ja pau laudeti at Pttiewo the num number aiimher UII UIIIller ¬
her being beln not less Ie than 4SOM and says saysthat ys ysthat ysthat
that the bulk of General Kurokis army armywas annywas armywas
was this morning about nine miles milesfrom milesfrom
from Peng Wang Wan Cheng The army armywas armyvanc armywas
was advancing vanc in three columns rolum the thethird thetltlni thethird
third column following the coast prob probably probaly probably ¬
ably in order to communicate with the thetroops thetroopl thetroops
troops landed at Pitsewo AH the thereserves tileNIIeIV ther
reserves NIIeIV r provisions and andwere anHnusdtlon anHnusdtlonwere
were er tended ed on the Elliott BJUottA islands islandsA
A staff officer said id that Lieutenant LieutenantGeneral LieutenantQeueral LleutonantGeneral
General Zassalltch litcb would be kept in inth Intlte Inthe
th the background ba kFoulld during durin the thethe remainder remainderof remainderOf
of the war and nd d it to believed that tlla Gen General Gent GorierI ¬
eral t K Xt paW r6patkln will personally direct 411Nelrat directopei directoperations
operations operationsI opei rat ats atsI
I am ain positively able to deny the thestatement thetatemeat thestatement
statement that Port Arthur Artb is bottled bottledup 1I Uup
up The passage Ke is t still tIl free freeThe freehTJw freeThe
The telegraph tk pb oflce oee has IIaJIlftelved hs received in instructions tnatllCUOna Instruetions ¬
structions not to accept a pt messages for forPort forP1Wt I IPort
Port Arthur ArthurVice Artti ArttiVI ArthurVice
Vice VI Admiral Skrydloff and Vice Ad Adpbrasoff Admiral Admfrl
miral UMobraao4 pbrasoff have hanbeen hanbeento been j rdered prderedto > rderedto
to proc to t Mukden whence they UilleJWU UilleJWUCO ll Uiwobsibly i iprohahte
prohahte go to Vladivostok VladivostokThe V1a4IYottOkTbe
The correspondent repeat tLe report reportthat nparttbat reportthat
that the Japanese have occupied occupiedAtms Port PortAdams PgrtAdams
Adams and says they are advancing advancingon av avPo advsethgPort
on Port Po Arthur the garrison of which whichis lti bich bichIs cb cbIs
is expected expect to make a sortie IIOrtletUDE sortiePLLISZ I IPHAISE
Lonri LoAdN1 p Papers peni 6t5LOUd Loud in Their Xz Xzpreasions xof x xprosslous
preasions of Admiration AdmiratioaLondon AdairatieDLondon AdmirationLondon
London May 7 Tbe British Britihp press is isloud I Iloud Isloud
loud In its expressions xpre8 ion of admiration admirationfor
for the brilliant Japanese > strategy in indealing indeal1ng Indealing
dealing in rapid succession 8UE sin three great greatblows greatblowsthf greatbIowthe
blows blowsthf the battle ban it of u f fins Uu Yaiu Yj the lheiu se4 se4uig
ins iu of fort Arthur and the landing < at atPltswo atPltawoiJ1 atPItzwfrani
Pltswo PltawoiJ1 anI the > development of these theseopening theeeopenln theseopening
opening moves is awaited with the thetrst thet th
trst t interest klt rest It ie I believed to be beOirtikriv bewtUII1 bet
t Oirtikriv n llkb that the primary object objectwill objectiU
will iU bo an assault f 1 Port f rt Arthur and andCenlfnucU andConUnud andContinued
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II I of Instructions
kRTFQD Corfn May M aylIn 53 L4fl In one of ofthe ofUte ofthe
HARTFORD HART1IqJIDCOma H the stormiest gatherings ptJa 1 the party partyever part1o part1eer partYever
ever hejd heJ e in 1nC Connecticut C1t the he X DemO DemOIcratte Democratic > emo emocratfc
cratfc o state convention eon ventia today chose chosetmmteen ChoNteen cholefoimteen
Icratte tmmteen teen delegates t to the 9t 9tLotus axow t tLouis
Lotus convention and instructed them themto them themveta themto
to vote as annit Unit t and iid for Alton I1I 8 Par Parker Parher r ¬
I ker of New NewYork York as the ptssidential ptssidentialnominee Pi PtSSIdsOtI1nonil uat uatDOmI
nominee nonil ee ee A climax came at the end ot attwo otI ottwo
two hours of angry debate betweenHearst between 1 etw etwHer8t betWeOiIliesrst
I Hearst and Parker delegates in which whichit whlcltj whk whkIt
it escaped by a hairs laaIrstNeadth breadth of being beinga <
j a personal encounter u m full view of the theconvention theCGnventlon theconvention
convention between former Governor Governori
i Thomas M Waller of New London and anti
i Dr F J ferothera of New Haven The Thequestion TheI
I question being belngdebtd debated was w the theI substi substiI u
I 1 I tution of the minority report of the theI
J I I committee on resolutions for the ma maDETAILS maIDETAllS maIDETAILS
Fintnoitl Fitf1n I1 Coftj C Conitin Rljti ition at t th the Out OutGfT Outbr Outbr4k14SWar
br br4k14SWar tAf Y1 r t tS Is IEiir
Eiir S if CST 18UW M QJ1flE JUIICE l lux V V0irai i iO
Suf tJ K nIt CSMTT CSMTTyisrta G3fTa G3fTr1
yisrta r1 Kay y l L4AD + An authoritative au authodtitlveatemsi authoritativeQtatenen lll lottvet
t tPr Qtatenen atemsi was giv g4v4n n tf the ho Aasod Aasodated cf cfted
ated ted Press Pr Isstay r inMWbe front he highest guy gorernmentat pVenunental guyrumentt
ernmentat vtsx ossJaerning rnl the de detafls d dtaIIIt dotalk
tafls and etre elN im eh mitanoes of the new newRussian ne nel newBu1n
Russian loan l as s f fI fol1 fol1The foliows foliowsThe
The sitoetfon 81 4a been muett muettchanged mueiled muichanged
I changed < ed steu t ee your interview iew with M MMlecxi M MMIeczIslai
Mlecxi M MIeczIslai is ta 4 RouttsMfsky the BUll Ruasian BUllIlaD Ruesian
IlaD sian nnancto1 ftnanc agent to London April
23 The conditions 8 today on which the theloan thf th thloan
I loan is basatf are M Mlo MloThe afiUows afiUowsThe follows followsI
I The cost of the war 1 for the first flrstfive flnltJIve firstfive
five months DJont up o June 1 includingt2SfiOO000 including IncludIngi
i t2SfiOO000 000 for f railroad raJlro equipment is isAfter a aAfter
125 125After
After June 1 the monthly onthl cost of ofthe
I the war w will i be tMCMgO for the navy navyand navyI navyand
and 15000400 15 for the army at the thefront t tfrollt 11 11frost
I front making mJd the total war expenses expensesabout exeftflleliI expenneabout
I about 1246000000 Z4600tfor for the tear closing closingJan ciosinghan losInst
han Jan 1 next nextTt nextI
t I I Tt The first t part of the t war wa was more moreI moreespenl4ve moreexpensIve
I expensive than ths the latter ter owing owln to toi
j i the cost of mobilixatlon and fld the gen general pIeral general ¬
eral expenses incident tn ld n t to setting tJln the themachinery tbeImaeblnery themachinery
Imaeblnery machinery of war in motion motionAgainst moUonAgainst I IA
Against A plna t these extraordinary xt lnalT ex1 ex1pe ex exj exp0
j pe ea a we we may have certain econor econormles economles econoimien
mles namely iao00f000 SIO on the ordi ordinary onllnary ordinary ¬
nary budget g27SOO000 12710 on the extra extraordinary extraordinary extraordinary ¬
ordinary budget and 1800000 Nt on pre previous prevtou proious ¬
ious budgets bu making the total eceno ecenomles eteDo ecenointo
into mi I070WOOO I070WOOOWhen steesoWtip
tip V 1 t tWhen t tWhen
When the war var war began the Ruasiaii Ruasiaiigovernment Ruaemment Rumiangovernment
government emment had Between 1150000001 1150000001and 158 158and 15OAlOlSand
and I20000600f 0It to t Its ts credit in the theI tb tbBank thCBnk
I Bank of Russia R1i and With thfordp foreign bankerr bank bankem 11 11em
em According to the monetary ta law lawof lawof
< of 1897 which made gold the stand standI stndlard standard
I ard for Russia RU there wa was 811I a stock stoo of ofI orptld ofgold
lard I gold amounting allOUQU to MTMOOOOO 100 and andnote a anote snote
note Issue of 13WO 43OeOS < i JOOi Therefore ThereforeReacts I1IertforeRa ThereforeRusiila
Reacts Ra la stll t eeuld hae ha placed in cir circulation circidation ¬
culation I200MWOOO oo ootooee to 92oO000000 12 88GO In Innotes lanotes innoire
notes withopt with pt inipairing palrfh in the slight slighteat sll sllitbtest t tellt
eat the gold law of Ufl 1f 18S7 However by byso byso
so doing dotn the monetary neta situation after afterthe aft afterthe r rthe
the war might have ha been n less satis satisfactory intlafactory Us Usfa ¬
factory fa tory than at 1 present Accordingly Accordinglyfor A rdlnt1y
f for the t purpca0 pu purpcs of protecting the in internsl Internal
ternal monetary situation ltuaU n the Russian Russiangovernment KualApYentment Russlagovernment
government ban b lent nt a favorable ear earto earto r rto
to the proposals pro made de by French JITen b bank bankera banken bankera
era and has opened n negotiations at St StPeteraburg StPetersburg
Petersburg with W th Joseph Hoettinger Ifoet tln er < of ofthe ofUae ofthe
the hour of jSoettinger oettlnger A Co and andwith and andwith nd ndwith
with M l Noetslln esje o Of the directors directorsof dlreet dlreetof
of the Dansjiic aa de Paris tiJI et des do Pays PaysBas Pa PaBa PayBa
Bas Ba They Tht > y have made twSe h t vvo visits to toSt ttSt toSt
St Petersburg and a are leaving leavln there theretomorrow thert theretomorrow
tomorrow t o fog P Purl rs The purpose of ofi fflthefr oftheir
i their visit to ltoJ1fCoUt I to negotiate the iiwne Qf QftreaIT oftreasury f ftreasury
treasury bonds running five year at atS ati ati
i per rent these are re going to be beottered beo beoVeid
ottered to cuHtomera of the big French JlreDebaa8e1a TieachManela Frenchftaaaeia
ftaaaeia houses hou at near par parBights parw parp4
Bights p4 w Zsrved ZsrvedBy lisjsr led ledBy ed edBy
By so doing ca the Russian lRn govern government government governmont ¬
ment reserves the he right after live years yearsto yeanto yearsto
to make use of Its Internal terDAl credit to toi toconvert toconvert
i convert or consolidate < these tb e fiveyear fiveyearbonds fiveyearbonWf fiveyearbondl
bonds Into a funded debt hearing bearin a alower aloer alower
lower rate of interest The Th amount amountlikely amountlikely amountlikely
likely to be tak ta4en n up tpt t o oaoe oe in Patio PariiI Par Patiowill I Iwill
I will be flO tlOfeeo iOlOl OOOJoOO and the issue can canigo cango
igo go 0 up to HtOOvMM Already the con contracting contracUna contiacting ¬
tracting houses ho are sure re to place the thefull thefull thefull
full amount a they underwrite among amongtheir amonatheir amongtheir
their customers Therefore t fore no public publicissuance publiciuuan publicissuance
issuance iuuan < e in I to be b made and the public publicsubscription publicsub publicsubcrtptmn
subscription sub ript n at at a fixwi day da will be Uia Uiapensed tll tllpenM4 dlpensed
pensed with the tesu iIIaw being bln sold by bybankers b bnile bybankers
bankers nile privately privatelyThe printhTbe
The foregoing differs from o q her re reports report rep0ta ¬
ports concerning concerni the amount of the tbeloan tb tbloan theloan
loan but owing Oln to the authoritative authoritativesourc authOlltalesourrP
sourc it ran an be b awepteu aceeptPilit as Il final finalit filialIt
it Nt o 4w iiiu < jsicuil Jt00 thiir tfats Ib terms will willbe wll1be willbe
be signed before MM IM Hoettinger and J Jc
c < i rc
Jortty report The former report repo repot fg fgTOted far farvored
TOted t red an unpjledged delegation tbe lat latter Jatr ¬
ter r a ntedsje for Parker and uwrule d 1 1rule the therule
rule Personalities were bandiedand bandied Indleaand W Wand
and forth the attack en Ofcre OfcreWaller OioeWailer
Waller MCOIaMGWIIIccbua MCOIaMGWIIIccbualad accompanying ebag cn cg ft 0Wef r rhad 1he4 1he4had
had deserted d the party in 18M 18Mof 18Mof 18l Mu Muof
of the actual debate between the chief chiefparticipants ebItfUclpant8 eb1 eb1participant
participants Uclpant8 was unheard in ID1Ga1 the theroar 11wroar
roar but their actions a Uon8 o could ld ldTbey be beThey beThey
1Ga1 They were forced almost t into personal personalcontact pe peeon pereateonact
contact eon tact by the delegates delee a crojr crqJ crqJabout i il
I l about a The incident was wasj wasI crqpcre qr qrsmoothed
I smoothed noot over The minority rJt rJta L Lts
j 1 was a ts refused substitution W f to toI jS jSskewing Mt Mtowing
I skewing owing that the Hearst delegates 4 i aes were wereoutnumbered wneoutnu wereoutnumbered
outnumbered outnumberedFor outnu recL recLI
For first delegate at large Homer HomerCummtne 8 8Cummins 8Cuina
Cummins defeated Alex Troup Tt up hyla hylavote by byole a anete
I vote of 3X1 to 127 127Bryan 17tyan 127Byan
Bryan F Mahan was chosen p pqther an heother he bqqther
qther delegate at large by acclamation acclamationThe acdamatlonI acdamatloncoventlon acclamattonThe
The convention then adjourned adjournedHoetxin sdjuurnedifoetain Je4oetain
Hoetxin depart from Si Petersburg Petersburgtomorrow Pete PetetOl PetersburgttrrOW
I tomorrow tOl l or thereafter tJIe1 The n Tbby e Wngfni Wngfniby jf jfby
by the Preach hanks 1Ia WIll tialtnext take takenext plIba plIbanext
next iBjeefcrtne u issuance 1I ef f the t tt thefoItour1n lea leafetlowin
fetlowin t Inmteolately lIIIme lmmedlateWJAPA1cII 1atelt 1ateltJAA1C T TNJBW
NJBW w Yerlc Will Advance Million Uo at att t tUx tWzerlt
Ux Wzerlt Wzerltiew ltIr 0IIat 0IIatfferk
fferk iew tKui Jttt ta1 I4 4 4Ii
I t tfce = Hoagkomg HoagkomgHg Hoa GllC GllCIon i11 i11I
Hg corporation Ion Ionn s snritea
n Ii nritea lI ted of imiidsI1itaned Lon4sttJiav Lon4sttJiavttSjrehasBd M Mfrom
ttSjrehasBd aned from the Javanese JagaDHeJ1 govern government gdverimont
mont J1 ftt W MfAOOOO G410000 000 sevenyeair sevenyear 6 per ifJJ centtreasury cent centtreasury t ttnOttW
treasury tnOttW notes redeemable after thjref thjrefyfars tea tlefy
yfars y ars at a the option of the government governmentSALT IIOvernmentSALT governmentSALT
+ Special SfJe ial to The TbeHeral TbeHeralSt TheHera TheHeraSt Herad 4 +
+ 4 St Louis Mo May C t A I j8 8 8lA 0Lar +
4 + Larsen lA Lar en a miner n iaer from t m Salt ak it it1otIt LaEe t e elost 4 +
4 + lost a S MOO 00 draft and ChartesJbhh Cha 7bhh 7bhh110O 4 +
4 + son Larsens companion lost WO tIn 10 10in 4 +
4 in cash h yesterday in a gamMtnar ga1llMtnlrtent 4 +
4 tent which is i running wide open a afew afew 4 +
4 + + few yards yar outside the etty lfett III IIIThey 4
4 + 4 They were w re r conduVted to the resort rNon rNonby + 4 4by
4 + by a capper who Who met them t tthe at t tthe +
+ the Union station as they allghte4r4 allghte4r44from aUtict aUticttro aI1ghtedfram +
4from + tro fram a train The Theet game at which w1dckthey WbI k 4 4they
4 + they were fleeced was threecard tbreecardDORte 4 4 4nIonte
4 + wpnte DORteTltey 4 4They
4 + They reported the matter tthe to t the h hpolice 4 4police
4 + police but have not yet yetany secured securedany +
+ any satisfaction Payment of the tbeIM 4 4oo +
+ WOO oo draft has been ordered orderedstopped 4 4stopped
4 + stopped stoppedREMARKABLE stoppedt stoppedREMARKABLE 4
t + + + 4 + 4 + 44 + + + 4 + + + + + + 4 4REMARKABLERECOD
Washington on May 6 Remarkable 6RemarkAblerecords 6RmarhabIerecords Remarkablerecords
records were made by the Iowasfuns IowasfunsIn Ioa IoaJa lowaimsIn
In the annual record target praetice praeticeJost pTaelceJIIIIt prntIceipat
Jost completed at Penaaeola The TheIttwas ltMrawaa Therowss
Ittwas 12inch guns made ma ind fortytwo fortytwoshots CortytwoaMU fortytwoshots
shots and thirtyfour hits htt The best bestmch bNtlftC bestInck
mch lftC 1 gun made eleven shots and andfn a sadeMten d
eMten fn n hits The hits per perUD gun per min minute minute mm mmixte ¬
ute for the 12Inch guns were 075s This Thtoenjata Thisesa1
enjata the record re rd made byi the British BritishSflp Blttl BlttlPOe 8ItIp
Sflp POe p Ocean n in 1902 when she be broke the theweIds thew tbew1ds
weIds w recerd cord rd and In the case of the theIowa t taUle theiowa
Iowa aUle the records are all the more cre4 cre4itabte cre4I cre4Itabte
I itabte because u e her guns are ai1e of an od odtyfe Id Idtype
type tyfeThe typeThe
The Iowas 8inch guns made 120 1 hits hitstsle Jdtlttile bIt bItthe
tile gun each a h man the beat gun mak making malli mak1g ¬
ing i eight hits out of nine shots shotsGOVERNOR shotsQOVERHOR shotGOVERNOR
Pueblo Colo Cob May 1111 In an inter interview intetl8w Interview ¬
view today President Pre tdent William WUUamof HpweMp HpweMpof Mop Mopt4
of district No 15 United Mine MineMWC W Wei rk rkem
ei MWC em 4if Aajprira a who w has buf1om Jest nst retiiijsji retur returfrom
from Indianapolis stated that the tel1OIbI Re Reports iiports ¬
ports t 6 the effect that la thPstrlke strike rlke feed feedbeen Abeen d dbeen
been declared oft of in this tbi state were un untrue yetrue n ntrue ¬
true The strike be stated is still in inforce intoree inforce
force and will continue ao until untHlOme untHlOmeIOrt some eomesort someort
sort ort of settlement which will benefit benefitthe benefitthe eftt efttthe
the strikers t can be obtained National NationalPresident Nat1Prnldent NationalPresident
President John Mitchell Vice < e President PresidentLewia PrtlltdentLtwl PresidentLewls
Lewia and SecretaryTreasurer 8e rf > tlUfreaaurer Wilson Wilsonwere W WUsewere
were given > n entire chargeof barge of th con conduct odesduct ¬
duct of the strike IIlrl in this t 1s state stateXOYBIl stateoa ate ateXOYJDL
Denver Den r May 6 iAru 5Argurnets Arguments eQta to Inhabeas n h hhabeas Iahabeas
habeas corpus < of President Moyer of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Western Federation of Miner who whot w wh wot
t h held by the military at Teilurlde Teilurldewere Telhuridwere
1 were concluded in the supreme eotfrt eotfrttoday eocrttoday eOrttoday
today Attorneys for both sides willfile will willfile willflle
file supplemental briefs early next nextweek Pfttek neatWeek
week and the court will take the tbeunder theunder theunder
under advisement In the usual oo ooof co1iftle co1iftleof onof
of proceedings a decision can be ex expected espected oxpected ¬
pected in about ten tt > n days daysKO
+ 4 + 44 + + + 44 + + + + + 4 + 4 + 114 + + + +
+ 4
4 + KO 0 KNOWN CUBE CUBEButte CUJUButte > 4
1 4 Butte Mont May Ma iA A Victor ykto 4 t tpeclal 4 4special 4
4 special to the t h Miner says a aatrauaema1ad +
4 4 strange atrauaema1ad malady spoued fever feverwld 4 4which
14 + > which wld b has baffled the skill of phy phyatclans 4 4slclans
4 + siclans since its appearance sey RV RVeral 4
4 era oral years ago has ha bf broken ken out 0 4 1there
4 there the daughter of John Clea Cleary CIe 4
4 ry being bt in In a precarious pre trioUs < oondi ond ondHolt 4
4 Holt from the disease Oreat O tat ap apf lL lLt apprebeizaicu
t f pieaeiifcion xJHs exlst > HV n v T 100 thlf ft fr r I of 4
4 a possible spread spre d or tne eiiBease eUsfaSttt 4 + 5 >
t + + + + i t + + i
1 o <
ifP Machinists M Gbhisb May M y Resume Thf n Thir T Places With Wi th the thefeomptfny thsC theC
feomptfny C mpliny mpny Any ny Time TI Tins BetweenNowand BetweenNowandNext twnNow < and andext andNext
Next ext Monday
L ItOPEKA 0 OPBKA E KA Kan JSan I an May ay fc tTbe The striking strikingI atrlkl atrlklJlanta
I I ganta anta Fe F machinists will 01 be given givenatil givenWI giventIi
WI atil tIi Monday snorvtog n tip resume resumetheir nMlwnettae r sume sumeth
their th places with wi the company IP7 IJ J NO NOUcse NoUaIte1o Notit
UaIte1o tit Ucse Ao o Ifeis effect e will he tasted tedat at t all allt alltile nilUI
tile UI t e shops in the Santa Fe system to toJBerrow to to1IV tooriow
JBerrow oriow 1IV on the order of General Man ManagerMudge ManNudge ¬ i iIf
agerMudge agerMudgeJ If Nudge hip hipD
J I D > Buckalew third vice president presidentthe pn dent denttile
the machinists union a tonight tried triedsubmit triedsihnitto rtecl rteclJt
submit sihnitto Jt to the Santa J Fe P management managementnear manmentIIet
fle near set of rules adopted a by the ex exutlve exUw oxttsi
utlve Uw committee of the v union in inaaWtnaton InIe inosidnaton
aaWtnaton He was informed that the thetnta thef theILflta
ILflta tnta ta Fe would have no dealings deal with withe witbunion withtie
f tie e union whatever Mr Nudge abso absotely abeol sbsotely
tely l b refused to consider any proposi proposim propoatMr propoalflee
flee m Mr Buckalew B had to offer offerI offerIn offerIn
I In discussing his h action Mr Nudge Xueqd Nudgerelfi
jatn relfi qd
We WeMvea have a fine set of men working workingand 1QrkiqaD
+ S Sand
aD and secured by an exduaive exelu f e first lien Henpli lientile lienttte
pli ttte tkecustoms tile etIIJItOfisL uitoi m Kuhn Loeb Oa OaV6 C3ve C Ca
V6 a s reefl to to Join and a Shoal sftmulwe Shoaletlg 1 1pQWic
etlg we public issue wip w shortly rUy oe oein oein ooIs4e
Is4e in London and Hew York It Itunderstood Itfrom Itunderstvod
understood from outside sources SOUreeIIt SOUreeIItCo that thatta thatjhn
jhn ta Ieb A Co take half of the theand tiles theaMes
aMes s and will form a syndicate which whichWill whicbWiJ whichwW
Will purchase ptIre them themThe themThe
The Japanese 1 notes will probably p Vba lY be besued beJIn beMied
Mied sued in denominations deDoa of 4MI and andiM an4J andtai
tai iM imawfi J io w kUOIt8i will willtve be MMe here herefesj
fesj 11 wr tve rate It to beevea bev ed that thatfUJIMIt thatWm t tI1I1tMIfiItB
Wm fUJIMIt wBt I1I1tMIfiItB I1I1tMIfiItBC iumttlnlKr iumttlnlKrcduntiT WthW WthWebUntiT
cduntiT C 1 itrf nnd ag4andk to t be be1l used no nocheck a acheck i icheck
check aecouHt by Japan 1a It to Bfc lIholy lIholythat ly lythat lythat
that th the eale of these theseotea notes otea will w l have havethe haveheeffeato havethe
the heeffeato effect of stopping Japanese gold goldfmports pldfmports goldrmport
fmports > to this country countryLATEST countryL countryLATEST
1 1I
Trida jBloW I 1GW From 1ro the Track Near JNarjwriet NearchssasntWanyreapl j
CIrtWiMIeIt chssasntWanyreapl r eopI Re ReS I
S jwriet Pw 54 XinecL XinecLSt xm I
+ St StLouIs Louis Mo May IA A special specialf spec specto + +
4 f to the Republic from Dallas Tex Texcays Texaya 4 4ays
+ cays 4 4the f ff I
+ f The tornado in northwest Texas Texasul 4 4last f ff
+ f last night ul < bt killed Mrs Mary Wag Wagf W WfJ +
+ f ley 7 her daughter Anna Aft aad aadf 9 + I
4 f Qeorge Anthony A 1t ny at Moran A dot 00 00en + f
4 4 en persons were severely but not notf notfataUy + 4fatally
1 + f fatally injured IDJuredAt f 4At ff
+ f At Putnam one man was killed killedI 4 4and t tf
+ f and one woman was injured Their Theirf Theirnames +
I 4 f names have not yet 7 ye been learned learnedA f ff
4 f A negro cabin waa swept into the theBrazos + 4Brezos
1 + Brazos river five miles above the thef tbetexas + 4texas
+ f Texas A Pacific railroad crossing 91 + t tf 1 1and
4 f and three negroes ne r0e8 were drowned drownedA +
4 4 A wreck train was blown from fromthe + t tf 4
4 f the railroad track near Depr Crescent t tand + 4and
+ 4 and George Soramers and WIHlam WIHlamf W11Uamppi + +
4 f Xpple ppi negro laborers Were ere eredrownH 4 4drowned f ff
+ f drowned Twenty houses hou etP were weref werewrecke4 werewrecked + +
+ f wrecked at Moran and half a doz dozf dozen do +
4 f en at Putnam P tnam Hundreds of head headof beadfIIlUveetock 4 4of +
+ of fIIlUveetock livestock are arereJOrted reported killed In hiShackleford InBhacklefortl +
+ Shackleford and adjoining coun counties countlea +
+ ties tle Crops were badly injured inJuredby inJuredbythe by 4 f ff
4 f the wind rain and hail Wire serv servf servIce +
4 f ice is still badly crippled and re reports reports +
+ ports as to other fatalities tonight tonightare + 4are
+ are still incomplete but it to be beUeved be beu +
+ Ueved u that lives were lost in too toot 180tated +
4 + t owed plaoes that will swell lIV eU the tbef thetbtal 4 4total
+ f total number to twenty twe t Railroad Railroadf Railroadifroperty + i
+ f nVoperty has suffered heavily In Inf Inf +
f tM f tbf northwest Texas storm area are arenmlltonTex + 4Hamilton
+ +
4 Hamilton nmlltonTex Tex May A AA A tor torlI totundo + f ff
+ f Dado lI do near Star Mountain in Mills IItIlanty 4 4county
+ county nty destroyed d royed five bouses bousesJdlJlng 4 4bluing
+ killing George Mason aaoh and blow blowift 4 4lag +
+ 4 lag away a one ofhto of hJa children The TIlechild 4 44child
4child 4 + child is I not expected e ted to live C CEo 4
4 Eo Bebookers house was blown bl n naway 4 f
4 4 away and one child kilted and rnd nd oth other 4 4or
+ er members of his familyinjured family Injured InjuredThe 4 +
4 The house aou e of Mr r Rayburn was de detroyecl 4 4
4 stroyed injuring Injun four of the fam famIIF 4 4WteMta 4fty
+ IIF 4
4 IIFWJelldta +
+ WteMta atto 1 Tex May tv 14 14tQrnaclo A 4 +
4 tornado at Hoiliday H station Uon to to tolht 4
4 nifht demolished the eehool ech ol house iaoaIIIfand 4
4 4 and many other bnHding butid1n Banf Sa SaI m +
+ Horton teacher tch r of the public publichool 4 4cbool
I 4 + school hool was fatally injured and adt 4 4 4I
I 41 Henry Riggs Rig suffered erect a broken trokent ken kent kenI 4 44a +
t t 4a + srnt srntEsAPED i iESCAPED t +
+ + + i ie5APED + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
I Boise Bol Ida May A LCharlso Charles Smith Smiththe Smithth imfththe
the th convict who escaped e8 aped from corn the theguards theI theguard
guards at the penitentiary penlten Uary yesterday
has not been captured Last night nightGuard nighttqard nightGiard
I Guard Orlando Robins R na ran across a aman am aman
man m on the road some me miles above abovetown aboveI
I town t < W The fellow stopped him holding holdingwftat holdingwht
I I wht looked like a short n gun Rob Robbins Robbloa Robbins
bins sprang from his horse in an ef effort effort effort ¬
fort to capture the man but tbe fellow fellowarted fellow1tiIId fellowdad
dad arted into In O the brash it is I supposed supposedthis supposedthis
this was wa Smith SmithOOTTACKB SmithOOTTAG SmithOOTTAG
OOTTAG OOTTAGWat atrMOED atrMOEDWater rtYzrEDWatertown
Water Wat Watertown town N Y May At Thou Thousand Thoun4 Thousand ¬
sand n4 Island park in the St Lawrence Lawrenceriver La LawrenerIver wrnee wrneeriver
river a fire raged today for several severalhours severalbouns severalhours
hours destroying nine cottages s badly badlymalina
damaging malina six Ix others and threatening
large hotel property Loss 50000 50000AUTO OOO5AUTO
11 11AUTO
Kalamaoo K am zoo Mich May tGpurge tGpurgeP < Jur JurParker W WParker
Parker P rkpr of San Francisco rnndll < o t Jlr > rs rsident > siiJi u uthe of oft1te o othe
the Pacific tdfi Cogpt ciset Gypsum innl i > mi nny aay llI na naruu a arun aruu <
ruu own by im swauioe5l tito aMte wp i jI atobaLl olJ1 olJ1fatally L I Itatall
fatally tatall Injurpd today TOs ftnouideT flnoul l and amithree anJthrce andthree
three of o his bi rlb rjt1 wen t trtkvn > ri kvn knc
J c c
< c c <
for us and we want to give ve them t every everyopportunity eftITopportunity everyopportunity
opportunity u to > set back In the service senrieeThto 1IMVteeIIaIa serviceml
Thto ml to I why w we have ft waited all this thtottane tItime thistime
time The men were Imposed on by bythe bythe y ythe
the representative JePftN tAti of the union on oM oMcera oMI oPtcore
core ce and we do not ot wish w to see them themlose thembee
lose their eir positions for toraay1ftIeh any such rea reason reason teason ¬ I
son Every place pI remaining vacant vacantMonday vacantMonday I
Monday meriting < will be filled We have havea
a larger n number of machinist engaged engagedthan engagedthan i
than there are ar strikers M ke out We shall shallhave shallhave I Ihave
have no trouble whatever whateverThird whateverThird II
Third Vice President Pd nt Buckalew said saidWe aJdW saidWe
We W will win this strike We are areprepared areprepared I Iprep
prepared red for It t and tbe road cannot cannotsecure canDOtIleCUre cannotsecure
secure competent men in sufficient sufficientnumbers uftlclentnumbers sufficientnumbers
numbers to keep their ympatbetf engines going 11 11do 1 1do I Ido
do not look for any sympathetic strike strikeon
on the part of the other employee of ofthe ofthe
the road with the possible exception exceptionof
of the boilermakers in Topeka The Theindications TheindicatIons I
indications = o are tonight that they will willstrike Willstie
strike strikePRINCE
A i
Gave a Banquet to 1400 1 400 GuestsatStLoiiis Guests I Iat
atStLoiiis atStLoiiisApponfraooras It StloUIs St Los LosAPPoIWTUNTZ
Apponfraooras wssas wssasOU GOBB GOBBOtis
kT LOUIS May a t I ne One of 0 the most mostnotable JB4Jftnotable mosti
ST i > notable notab Jftiaetions thai tlla has useplate taken takenplace taakdtplace
place at i t Uie Worlds fair fairtar fairtarformal In Informal g gformal
formal in nature nt but 1It gorgeous eou in ap appointments ap appoialQeae anpola4nent ¬
pointments was wu gw eedieattoa and andopening andope andeRIilt
ope opening eRIilt ln of the Chinese Ciif pavilion to todar tota toPresident
dar ta >
President Francis raq and Prince Pu PuLun PuLun PuLun
Lun the imperial Chinese e8e commis commissioner eommiisioncr I Iron ¬
sioner ron r exchanged e flCd sentiments sentimentwill senti leMs yf f gvod gvodwill giodwill
will between their nations Many Chi Chinese ChinHe Cbtnose ¬
nose dignitaries including the Chinese Chineseminister Chinesemlnlter ChineremInister
minister Sir Chen Tuna Liang LIa Chanr Chanrwere ChJ ChJwere Ch3ngwere
were present pre eat at the dedication dedicationTonight 4ecUeaUIDTonlcht dedeatiunTonight
Tonight Prince Pu Lisa Lunt tendered D4er a areception areceptIon
reception at attbe the Washington WMh ing too lotel to towhich towhich
which more moretn than 1400 1 guest t sore re in invited Invited Invited ¬
vited including exposition expo and fty lty of officials offlclsla ¬ I
ficials flc1a state atatband sand f foreign Commission commitieionefs Oll OlletS
eel and prominent social personas personasTbe pers personasasThe ° ntin ntinThe
The entire first floor of the hotel hd hdbeen I Ibeen
been reserved r for the reception receptionPrinc reeeptionPrine receptionPrine I
Prine Pu Lust LUftWaa was assisted by Sir StarChen Sirn SirChess
Chen n Twig Liang 1Ia Cheng Chen in reeaiving reeaivingthe r eatvingthe iq iqthe
the fuegts fuegtsPrince ueets ueetsPrince t I
Prince Pu P L Lun n and his party vjll vjllremain vItremain m mremain
remain in St Louto and andqlt Visit the ex exposition oxpoltton ¬
position until May X ay 14 when they will willleave willleave willleave I
leave for Chicago Chl and Indianapolis Indianapolisafter IndianapnUsafter Indianapolisafter
after which th h prince prla and a Sir Cheng ChengTung Chen ChenTuq CbenTung
Tung Liang LiangC Cheng q will make a tour of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the country countryBRAZIL countryBRAZIL
Acre 3Mspwi Has 11 Easroken Broken Out in a a3Tew Iew aYew
Yew Spot SpotWashington SpotWubintrton pot potWashIngton
Washington May 1The The Acre di dipute din I Ipute
pute supposed to have been he n adjusted adjustedhas adjustedbaa I Ihas
has broken brok n Out again and aiu a crisis Is tothreatened Istbratened Isthratened
threatened Ordinarily a controversy controversybetween contro controversybetween ny I
between bet ween thre e nations Brasil Peru Peruand Peruand ru ruand
and Bolivia for the ownership of a alarge alarge
large triangular r tract of rubber rublwr land landsituated Jand Jandituatcd landssituated
situated where the three countries ad adJoin adJoin adjoin
Join Bolivia was eliminated by an anagreement
agreement aareem nl satisfactory uJa fae to7 to her and it itwas ItWQS Itwas
was supposed also that Perus Peru claim claimhad claimhad I
had been met et It appears however howeverthat howeverthat
that Peruvian troops remain in the theterritory tbeterritory theterritory
territory claimed by Brazil Brultand and today todayMinister todaIUnlliter todayMlnister
Minister Thompson n abled the state stateI statedepartment statedepartment
I department from Rio as follows followsIf
If Peru refuses to t withdraw troops troopsfrom troopehn troopIrons
from the disputed territory inhabited inhabitedby inhabitedby 1
by Brazilians pending1 negotiations negotiationswhich negotiationswhich
which are to be followed toll wed if neptl6uon1 necessary necessaryby DeC asaryby
by arbitration Brazil B ra n will Immediately Immediatelyresort IIIIMdiatellreeort Immediatelyresort
resort to force to expel the Peruvians Peruviansand Peruvianand
and will proceed to reprlsalAGITATHiNIN reprisals reprisalsAGITATION I IAGITATION
I Two Hundred Kundr4 Persona ersons Arrested and andOne sadon i iI
I One on Atttdent udent Killed KilledPosen KilledPoen I IPOitJ1
Posen Prussia May i 5Warsaw 5Warsawnesvpapers Warsaw Warsawnewspapers i
I newspapers new palers say ay that 200 persons were werearrested wereaJ1ested wereparrented
parrented arrested and one student wan killed lled in inthe inI inthe
I the streets on May 3 the anniversary anniversaryof aniver Ary Arylof
lof of tbe promulgation of the Polish Poll con constitution constitution ¬ I IsUtuUon
stitution stitutionWarsaw sUtuUonI stitutionWarsaw
I Warsaw May 5Chief Chief of Police JAb Likhaeheff uk JAbhaehCff Ii Iihaeh41f
haeheff has been dismissed dl8mt ed for incom incompetency incompetency
I petency because of the disturbances of oflast oflut oflast
last week weekPolish weekI weekPolish
I Polish secret societies ocIeti bave recently recentlybeen recentlyI recentlybeen
I been showing great activity activityTBOU3LS vlty vltyI
I 4 4I
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + I
I 4 4
4 TBOU3LS Or TD5ST TD5STLondon +
i 4 +
4 + London May 7 l ITb Th Mails Sim 8Jmla 4 9
4 la < oretl correspondent says that 800 4 4
I 4 Tibetans coming from the direr direclion dlrecHon +
+ 5 lion of Shigatsev 8h attacked attae d the theI 4
I 4 British Hrti h minion at Gyantse at atdawn 4
4 dawn on April 5 The Tibetans Tlbelanrt 4 4were
+ 4 were s i rt rennteftA repuIsf4 > rftb b heavy loss and 4
1 4 111 rtrmss lla l wi two twoI +
I + Seroy5 rlOy wQU wur4d 4 4O 4
4 4 4 It4 + 4 4 4 444 + + 4 4 + + 4 f f 4 4 + I
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P oi F FW1Ie Ferkad4b Ferkad4bWhe
4 4i
nAN Q H FRANCISCO lIILUlC Hay y 1The 1ThePoutbentPci The Thejj Tbeiu
iu jj PoutbentPci Southern t Pacific P cftlc company through throughChief t thropghchief 1 1CIdet
Chief Ckowiey of tJftM the special specialaavi eedaleIIv spedsiase
aavi division eIIv today leaned a cir circular dreal cirealir ¬
eal cular offering en a reward Id at lift for the thearrest thearret theirrert
arrest of George Gates Giites Edwin Vernon VerneaGate Verno2Oatea VernonQat
Gate and James Arpett These men menthe mentile ionthe
the circular Glre1llardeeia declares are wanted fo tothe foU fothe
the robbery of the t tjs Oregon express u at atCopley atCopley atCopey
Copley Shasta county nt California CaliforniaIfarch California1IUda CaliforniaMsrch
Ifarch S at teat In which lakh W J ONeil ONeilthe YKeIltbe ONellthe <
the WeUaFargo messenger meeacerls meeacerlsnled was wasHilled wtskilled
Hilled nled by the robber robberL The TJI trio are arealso arealso arealso
also accused accU < of having in been engaged engagedin
in a criminal career cgir for some timea time timeand timeslid
and although yeans In years are de dedared c1ecIaJI doctaed
dared to have ft been connected with withra wltbof withmme
mme ra of the most daring robberies robberiesknown robberiesl robberiesknown
known l to western authorities In Included IfJhadtd ineluded ¬
eluded in the crime crta charged to 1r them themlire them1e themare
lire 1e the robbery of an 1 electric < car near nearPortland nNr nNrd neir1ortland
Portland d Ore teat year y r in whieh whiehtwo whLhtwo hi h hto
two men were killed tbe be holdup tiotd p of ofa ifColorado
a Colorado Southern utlMna train the holdup holdupof holdupof
of a stage at Weayerville We W vervllle CaL the therobbery therobbery therobbery
robbery of a merchant lD hant at JacksonCt JacksonCAL Jackson JacksonOak
Oak and a robbery at Seattle SeattleGeorge 8eattleGeorze SeattleGeorge
George Gates is 27 years yea old and andhis andb andhis
his b brother Eid Edwin twln ln 21 years old They Theyhave Thevbaye Theyhave
have been 1DlBtn mining men and are the thesons the80DS theSons
sons of G G Gates Gat of Alameda coun counay eouny couny
ay y y a well known raining I man operat operating operata operattug ¬
tug a in Amador county count Arnett halls hallsfrom baUstrom hallsfrom
from Medoc county in this state The TheSouthern TheStutbern TheSouthern
Southern Pacific detective operating operatingwith operatingwith
with the WellsFargo Corofficials Corofficialstogether eo Cos officials officialstogether
t together with Sheriff Richardson OD of ofShasta ofShasta
Shasta county and Detective Ahem bens of ofSacramento Of8iacramento ofHcramento
Sacramento have bavetieen been been pursuing the themen themen themen
men for some time past t and were wereclose wereti08e wereioae
close on their trail a number of tlm3 tlm3locating tttplocating timas timaslocating
locating the cabins at which they had hadstayed hadstayed hadstayed
stayed Twice Twi < e they were chased e across acrossthe aercMthe acrossthe
the Sacramento Sa raniento river but they doubled doubledon doub doubon
on their tracks coming back on water waterpiping waterplpiq waterpiping
piping and thus escaped escapedThey escapedThey I ITbey
They were last seen in Jackson coun county county conety ¬
ty Oregon where efforts e < oJ1a were made madeto d dto
to capture them but proved unsuc unsuccessful un unsuceasful u ucetul ¬
cessful The Fugitives are now being beingpursued beingf beingpUrsued
pursued northward in Oregon and the therailroad t therailroad e
railroad police have issued oed circulars circularscontaining circularseotainlfta circularscontaining
containing portraits ts and descriptions descriptionsof dell rlpUon rlpUonof
of the men hoping that widespread widespreadpublicity w1deep w1deeppublicity wIdespreadpublicity
publicity will aesist a lst in their arrest arrestBLACKFOOT arrestBLACKFOOT
Plant Will be in Operation Osration ia Time TimeTvr lbaerw TimeJar
Jar This 111 Seasons ssons Crop CropSpecial Crop8pecial CropSpeetal
Special to The Herald HeraldJ HeraldJA IieraldMay
J MiaatsMi JA Bu Max Mactarenee fClarencc F FflSjefrktoB P8eo F550
flSjefrktoB one 8eo of the he heaviest beavi l stock stockholders atoc atocbol stockholderS ¬
holders bol of the gttakV I nak akt Fftyer VallEy VaHeySugar VallEySugai
Sugar company and nd Manager Man At A lon lonroe 0 0roe ori oriroe
roe arrived tost t night and are today en engaged engaged ¬
gaged in securing bids bld for work on the theBlaekfoot tileBIae theBlaekfoot
Blaekfoot BIae oot sugar auprfactory factory The plain plainand P Pand pInksand
and i pecincation are all U in readiness readinessand read readandteveral readlnesand
and andteveral several large contractors are areband On Onhand finhand
hand preparing their estimates timteatcompny The Thecompany Thecompany
company expects eX to make a new neword roe reeord roeord
ord in the erection and completion of ofits ofIts ofit
its it plant nt t as they have contracted eo to toxriad to4thla togria4
xriad 4thla this seasons IkOns beet crop cropAdvices cropAdriee cropAdvIees
Advices from Superintendent Shaw Shawwho Shawwho Shawwho
who has a charge of of the field forces forcesstate for fort foresstate
state t that 200 field laborer were wereshipped we webl wereahIped
shipped bl from Lincoln Neb Thursday Thu Thursdayand y yand j jand
and will reach here tomorrow on a aeiteeial aB18 asieeIal
eiteeial B18 1a1 train trainA
I A Reeling t1ng of the repreHenlativec r pellen aUv of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the ban team of PocateUo Blaekfoot BlaekfootSt
St Apthony and an fdalIoVall1 Idaho Falls will willheldt w Ill be beheldjat beheld
heldjat held gt the latter pace Sunday S ay in the theinterest thenteftlJt thelnteibst
interest of a mourteam intaor ii1or cague cagueThomas < tOte tOteT1aoma nie
1 Thomas Bowers Hvwer a petit larceny ny in illmate I Imate
mate of the county jail II escaped this thInaftnoon j jafternoon
afternoon and gave he h sheriff and a aof aposse I Iposse
posse of deputies a ively ivel vy hasei but buti butwas butwan
i was finally recarrturod recarrturodWOLCQTT recati d dViOLCOTT
Meeting MH c of the theOolorsdo Colorado XepiKblican XepiKblicanConvention 8pftUcaaCoJnoe11tion LepdblieaConvntion
Convention ConventionDenver CoJnoe11tionDenver ConvntionDrnver
Denver May loIa 6 5A A sharp contest t has hasbeen hasberm
been waged for weeks for places on the tbedelegatioa Uledel thedelOattoit
delegatioa del traUon to the national Republican Republicancoaventlon Republicanwaveatlon Republicanconvention
convention from Colorado and waa still stillwhen stiliin stillfin
in uroarem when the th state convention conventiondelegate conventionmet conventionitiet
met todaY for the purpose of naming six sixdelegatea
delegate at large and six alternate alternateFactional altematFaeUouaI alternatesFactional I
Factional differences dlfferen that have divided dividedthe dividedtho dividedthe
the e party In this state for the thepcult past two twoyean twoyear
yean tho ea bad been adjusted however before beforethe beto betothe beforethe I
the meeting of tbe convention and an anagreement IInagrEeJDeDt anagreement
agreement had i bee Oes reached chCd to nam namFormer namoormer earnFormer
Former Senator IMward PCI 0 Wolcott as asthe asthe I Ithe
the first delegate at t large The list fol foliows folIOit8 follows ¬
lows lowstieiegatesKzenator t i iDelegates I
IOit8 Delegates tieiegatesKzenator ExSenator s leo tor 1 F 0 Woleett WoleettArapahoe Vs oi oieott oieottArpahie t
Arapahoe county governor James H HVuahody 11FremORt UIsesbtid3r
Vuahody coe Fremont county 8unty < A M BtevenOnray Steven IkeeonlJDuDennr Stevensun
lJDuDennr sun Denver co couiy y Thomas F Wal Walsh WalshOuray h hOun
Onray Oun county f N Walter Walt IHxett Pueblo PuebloLoaaty Pueblocounty lo lotOIUttJ
county 8 J Downer Boulder county ocuntyAHernates countyAkerna I IAttffW
AHernates AttffW atf teeiisnIeI > a Daniel Oitn 11 Sullivan THer THercounty Tllercounty
county Q George orge L liodtfea flo Denver coun county CUUftty cuunty ¬ I
ty Mr lire E a O Lefevre Denver county countym count countpemft coentySpencer
Spencer m er Pennwe 13 i Paso county K P M Mridge MKidridge
Kidridge ridge Et Paso county W B Oobiu OobiuOtero GobinOtero tiobinOtero
Otero couritj couritjA cuiit cuiitA
A resolution ret endorsing A M Steven Stevenson
son on for national committeeman was wasadopted wasadopted wased
adopted adoptedThe adoptedThe ed edThe
The resolutions committee then report reported reportepl
< ed a platform which was adopted adoptedi adeedThe
r = ned nednv
oracbai U
i The First district llstrlct Republican conven convention eonventint nv nvtion ¬
tion today tocla renomiiuitea Congressman CongressmanRobert Co CongressmenRobert n nRobert
Robert W Bonyhge BO Ytfre John W Springer Springerand Springerand r rand
and W B Miner were ere named na as dee deegates ddegates
gates t to the national Aa QJl4 1 convention eGB vefttlon ia iai iastructecl isstructed
i structed for Roosevelt RooseveltHOT velt
4 4HOT
J Dinesa Bins en Gets a Large igzJority Majority jorl of 01DeJepte the theBeiegates t1 t1D
S SChttgo
Beiegates BeiegatesChicago D
Chicago aao May Cba 41ba ba les S Dineen Dineendefeated DIneendetfted Dkeendefeated
defeated Frank O Lowden almost two twoto twotone twoto
to tone one in todays Republican primaries
to pelett F t gubernatorial delegates to the thestate tltestate thestate
state convention at Springfield 8prtn 1d on May aY
12 Dineen secured S3 25 delegates against againstLowda qain8tLowd againstlowdus
Lowda Lowd > ISi 18 1 leaving four of the thetJelepteil thedelegates 525 525delegates
delegates in COOk < ook county to bear from fromWarner frolllWamer fromWarner
Warner secured one delegate delegateIn delee t tIn
In Chicago Dineen Din n secured StS S dele delegates deleptea dolegates ¬
gates Lowden 174 In the country countrytowns countrytowna countrytownsDIneEn
towns townsDIneEn Dineen n secured 8ecur 43 41 4 Lowden 11 11Delegates 11Delecates 11Delegates
Delegates were chosen for congres congressional congresional ngree ngreeI ¬
I sional Qnal conventions c nvenUon in Cook county and andall andaU andall
all the present Republican R congress congressmen cOllgreslmea eongresrmen ¬
men will be renominated for reelection reelectionThe reelectionThe reelectionThe
The mail fight tI bt for congressional dele delegates de detes dalegates ¬
gates tes was made in the Sixth district districtagainst ditltrietqaln distrIctagainst
against t William Lorrimer Lorrimer Lorrimersecured LorrimetRCUI Lorrimessecured
secured eightyeight delegates deh trae to thir thirtyfive tbJrI thirtyftve ¬
I tyfive for hie hi opponent Barney Eck Eckhart Eckbart Fekhart
hart bartJCIJrDta
mtrsK Buurxx TO I nUTll nUTll8aUda DEAI DEAISailda > AIH AIHSalida
Salida Colo olo May Ma S IRa 5Raymond 5RaymondZooks Raymond RaymondZooks monrl monrlZOOU
Zooks a young youn miner was bunted to todeath todeath todeath
death and six other oth r person peTeollt had a anarrow anarro anarrow
narrow esoane > from being cremated crf > mahd in ina infir int
a t fire fir that ikstroiyd the H Ifpl > el Tur Turret Turlet Turid ¬
ret id a t i > U ii y viifUn n inni inniTurret t U I ITurret i iTtttret
Turret a mining mlnm citing lU caiIie4nouth l iw iwnorth i
north non h of alidw al d 1 j
> 1
ratseIc EysAIs Acted
4 As Ai Alton AltonftiAFT Attrs
4 4IRAFT t
tjASBINQTON ABHINOTON May lThe trial trialFormer trialJIoraer trialTV
WABH1NOTON TV Former AssIstant t Attorney Gciv GcivJamas 411N GeoJiiitN
Jamas JiiitN Bf BfHarrtoon and biB IUII IUIIHarrbloD aeiitHarrIson
HarrIson B Bwith BBamt Ba7rl wai JteIlUlllflO sum sumwith t j jwitb
with J Henning tfeUs lie eila aa Kpiaropa Kpiaropaologieal EpiaopaC I Iolegleat
ologieal C student on tbe stand Mr Mrwas Mrw Mrwas >
was w the law partnerof part of Mr Barrett t tit titthe < f fthe ii iithe
the latter rrtslgnpii from the pustoii pustoiidepartment pUS postldepartment l J
department He said that he and M MBarrett 1 1Barrett iBarrett
Barrett had a difference of opini opiniregard oplnior oplniorretrard oplniregard <
regard to the right of the two or orInvestment orInvestment orInvestment <
Investment companies among thnr thnrenteJe thtUentele tht r reaSel
eaSel enteleJlr eaSelMr enteJeMr
Mr Nails N said he contended the K Kmeat Itmeat gr grmeat <
meat was w grinding indiJaa down own too harr harrthe ha harrthe rr rrthe
the companies com and desired that a prc prcbe prbt pr prbe <
be made to General Tyner He sai1 sai1Barrett sa saBarrett j jBarfttt
Barrett thought tile department right rightdeclined rightd t tdeclined
d declined lIned to tp i interfere interfereCharles IntertenChari interfereCharles
Charles Chari A Spenaey penar was the mxt mxtneas n nxtnew t tneM
new At the time d eff the t issuance issuanceBarrett of ofBarrett < f fBarrett
Barrett opinion he b waa a director of ofOhio r rOblo rOhio <
Ohio Debenture company aa pany y of Getumbu Getumbuand O Iumouaod 4eluinhnand
and manager of the tl Equitable qultahi ultable Dolwnt Dolwntcompany t Dchrtcompany lwP1 lwP1COIDJIIUl <
company H He testified d that he had hadto < r rto nto <
to Washington to t08ee see how the opinin opininfected opill opiiiforted r rfetted
forted his company and that h he saw sawera sa saat saeral >
era eral at Tyner at the department departmentSteered departItatered departaeatSheered
Steered Against Jarrett JarrettMr t tJlr
Mr Tyner aaked aak me if I had a Jaw Jawsaid la lasaid lassaid <
said the witness a I answered tls tlshad t thbad h hhad
had not and asked If be knew of a aona go goone g gona >
ona Mr Tyner said Mr Barrett rrett rrettgood WM WMgood W rl rlgood
good lawyer and that there wer wergood wergood wercgood
good lawyers I could get I tri t tn ri1 ri1reach 1 Ireach T Treach
reach Mr Barrett and did meet bun bunappointment Inllappointment ii I n nappointment
appointment in B Baltimore more on Jan JanAt JanAt Il IlAt
At first Mr Barrett wanted 11w 11wrepresenUng fl flrepreeenUnlr Ltn Ltnrepresenting
represenUng the company pany but wn wr wrexplained i r rexplained TeplaIlHId
explained that we were new in the bu buness bun luness <
ness n we compromised com on onThe IHtt IHttTbe 55 55Th
The Th witness said that he went t tdepartment tdepartment tdeiartment
department with Mr Barrett on Ja JaUnTThe J 3ii 11 11Utt
UnTThe Utt The witness saM Mr Barre t t t tGeneral tGeneral
General Tyner that the certlflcatts certlflcattssued cert1fjcatsued s ssued
sued to his company complied with withpostal wit j t tJ tJpG8taI npostal
postal laws and General Tyner turnu turnuto turnjto turmto
to Mr Barrett said saidI sidIwlllput
I Iwlllput will put you youohyourhonoras on 0 your honor as a ayer ayer w wyer
yer and a gentleman If you say saythe sa Y ythe I Itbe <
the certificate of thIs th company i iright irlbt iright
right Iwill t will approve it itOiven It ItGtvea ItGiven
Given a CertifJcate ctifIeateContiaulJlc CertiflonheContlnuingthe CertifJcateContuiuing
Contuiuing Contlnuingthe the witness wtt said T ask askfor a afor ak akfor
for something to take back to t my i ito p pto ito >
to show that the company ool pauy was alt rc rcand r ranet rand
and Mr Tyner said he would Issue Ufo j jUftcate 1 1tiftcate itlficate
tiftcate temporarily and if he found founding toundenc I Ithing
thing ing aa represented he would send swmiher send4tker nd ndher
enc 4tker her within a few days daysA daysD daysD
A D ton Ea of Cincinnati 0 peni penimanager gel gelmapaaer getmanager
manager of the Qermanto Investm Investmcompany lnn Investmcompany slrn slrncompellY
company testified to receiving JvJ g from M MBarrett tI tIBarrett 1 1Barrett
Barrett a letter la December 1900 su suemtlmg ii iitrell Iigestiag
gestiag emtlmg that Mr Nells ant t aa bIB hi attiri attiriefqre attunbefqre attrbefore
before the poatofflee department un unJanuary u uJanUary I IJanllar
January fWI when h be Mr r Barr Barrwould B Barrwould trr trrwould
would be free from official duties and andto at atto t tto >
to look after his hi affairs The wit witsaid witaid at t teaki
said he called on Mr Barrett in Inmore Km Kmmore H i imore
more in January 1901 and Mr Ban Banbecame Rnrbt Jtmbecame
became the company com y attorney attorneThe
The case was adjourned adjourneduntll until Morula MorulaEN6WEER MndaENIGIMEER da daono
WrekI wreCk Iii OrtfM SNH Vt Line LineYari lineYarn LineYarn
Yarn in is Ofta e Rawlts RawltsIn s sin
In inpedal Dwttk DwttkSpecial De DeSpecial
Special to The Herald HerahJQgden HeraldOadeQ HeraldOgden
Ogden May IIn In a collIsion tonighc tonighcbetween toni tonigiibetween l lbetween
between a switch Itch engine and a chair chaircar thairC8r th a I r rnar
car te the uMOreaoa Oregon Short Line yaris yarisJohn ya yariJohn 1d 1dJolm
John C Van Why engineer was in instantly j jtalltlyk ismutty ¬
smutty talltlyk killed led and Ub Tavener of Suit SuitLake 8 Sa j t tLake tLake
Lake was painfully injured and several severalof seer seeroftbe I Iof
of oftbe the passengers paueaeni were shaken up Th Thlocomotive ThIocomot1ve Tblocomotive
locomotive and the chair car were b hot tt ttwreeked ti tiwrecked I Iwrecked
wrecked and the tracks were bloc blok blokmoat k i imost Imost
most of the night The wreck was waRof se seof Ie Ieof
of the worst that ever happened at th thOgden t thOgden h hOgden >
Ogden yards and occurred in daylight daylightwhile da1 daylightwhile ig h t twbUe
while a number of experienced d yaru yarumen yarumen yarimen
men were in charge of the car John JohnC J h hC
C Van Why engineer eDl neer and Fireman FiremanDaly Firem Fl reni il ilDaI7 a i i iDaly
Daly and Foreman John Satchel vf WPI WPIon weon i ion >
on board engine 19M 1 The switching switchingcrew swit switch h i 11 11CIeW i icrew
crew was in charge of Foreman John JohnBoyle JtJhnBoIe J0 Ii I IBoyle
Boyle and Switchman Whitehed W1 tebefld wws wwsriding W WrI4 a a ariding
riding rI4 on the front end of the than thancar challear hallcar
car which was being pushed ahead < > f fseveral fseveral I Iseveral
several other cars The two erei ereimissed cr a amed 8 8eeeing
missed seeing tbe danger and th thswitch thtela thswitch
switch tela engine dashed into the chair chaitcar chaircar chaircar
car with tremendous force Firema FiremanDaly FiremaDaly l lDaly
Daly Jumped in time to save his life lifeThe lifeTIle lifeThe
The engineer was w caught and crusiutl crusiutlbetween crushttbetween crush L Lbetween
between the tender and the boilerhead boilerheadand boilerheadaII4 boilerheaIand
and was scalded with escaping e steam steamThe steaiJTIle steagiThe
The locomotive tipped over to the w waad WE WEand weandVanWhywas >
and andVanWhywas Van Why was wedged in the thewreckage thewre thewrekage
wreckage wre kaae so that they had to cut the theengine th thencJne thengine
engine cab to pieces in order to rt rtlieve r rlIeve rHove
lieve him The chair car was hoist hoistup boisteup i iup
up and partly over to the south A Abour Aboura hour houra
a dozen passengers 8e were thrown from fromtheir fromtheir fronitheir
their seats ea and badly shaken up Sev Several e eera ev evcml ¬
era women had to be carried out 0 outthe U t of ofthe n r rUte
the coach and were wer hysterical but butwere butwere bu t twere
were were able to walk over to the depot dppotDr dptDr depotDr
Dr Tavener appeared to be hurt in inthe inthe inthe
the small of the back and was tak takto takto > j jto >
to the hospital The tocomotive was wasreduced wa wared1Ieed waereduced
reduced to toa a heap of twisted d scrap scrapiron 8era strapiron p pIron
iron and splintered woodwork r rstrange tin tinstrange n nstrange
strange feature teatu was that notwith notwithstanding not t it h hallaDdiDe hstanding ¬
standing the terrible crash neither n ithr of ofthe ofthe if ifthe
the car windows were wer broken although althoughall a1thciug1all
all around them U Mft laid bits of twiud twiudand tWi twttdand < tFI tFIand
and broken metal metalJohn metaLJop metalJohn
John C Van Why the engineer ivnr ivnrwaa w hl hlw n o owas
was w killed leaves a wife and four chil children children chitdies ¬
dren residing Iac at 2273 Adams avemio avemioJustice a avenmJuattea Vfnth VfnthJ1IIItice
Justice Howell empaneled a jury jurywhich jurywblcbwm jurywhich
which wblcbwm will hold an inquest inquestNo InquestNo inquestNo
No such IAI name namessflr as Dr Tavener ap appears 1 1P liPpears ¬
pears P ra In the Salt Lake directory aul aulit all allIt anit
it to believed the Ogden railway ranwa J rti rtielate rt rtcialll ttidais
elate have made a mistake in the name namemm namtSFlOP nantege
Little Progress Progteasiat Mad at the Kethod Methodist Kethodm Kethodlit ¬
lit Confereace ConfereaceZXW COnf COnfLo confsrencLo
ZXW Lo Angeles An Cal May IYtry Very lit liulprogress litPN liltprogress
progress PN etIS was made by the MeihmliM MeihmliMgeneral 1tlhodjtpDeral tqhulit tqhulitgeneral
general conference today but tht t h bufi bufinesB hu hune buenem
nesB to being so shaped ha and dysteniM dysteniMtiaed fOstPII1ttbed 3li4tH1atised
tiaed that with a few more aessi sessilI iii n > v vclear t tclear I Iclear
clear away the vast vas quantity of < i iliminary 1 1lilalnary rliminary
liminary matters the work will ilIPro pro prosmoothly p ro rosmoothly l lsmoot
smoothly smoot and ancImplcUy rapidly The various var ou iv ivportant l1iportant ii iiportent
portant committees held their is ismeetings J Jmeettnp rmeetings
meetings this afternoon at half a c ei eidifferent tidlfterent t tdifferent
different churchee and made a w wstart t tirstart i J Jst
start st in the business s before them h hresignation he herelllgDatlo heresignation
resignation of Senior Bishop St StU ei eiM to i l lJlerriD
M Merrill of Chicago was u pros prosto ed edto edto
to the conference CODfe ftce and referred lw lwcommittee hecommittee li licommittee
committee on episcopacy with ir Irtierss u utions hOIw
tions to report to the general < r repce l lW rece
epce with appropriate resoiiw oIUUOII on m mmendatory mof Inmindatory
mendatory of the great service r j iorMerrill lOp opMerrill
Merrill has rendered to the chu ch Ii in inhis inbls inhis
his fiftynine years fcs minim t I n nl nlbishop ndbishop < j jbishop
bishop bishopAGENCY bishopAGENCY
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< tot bv j to 0 0 The Hera HOraltU HOraltUWasblngton HeruldiWashington hi hiWashington >
Washington D f May 6F 6Ftoon F Ftoon s stoon
toon agency clerk at Fort Beni BeniD Bet t n ti tiD t tD
D was today toda appointed superii superiiof supetiof
of Fort ort Lapwai Indian school s hool id idi ji i i
i salary < of SI11 t > oo sucoling sucoling1erce 1L tig 1 II t tj
1erce e reservation e iii I1

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