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4 4 THE SALT hAKE iA I i KE R HERALIJL HERALIJLTHE ERAL D re Local IV 377J Showers FOR and SALT Ooolerl OoolerlTHE Oooerli fiJIKE fiJIKELocal
k t f I ESTABLISHED E8fABU8 ED dUME dY E 6 1870 L C PRICE PRJ SFiVE FIVE COSTS Copper CopperLead Silver SilverCopper Vi 1
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o I IDetailed
DetailedA0Gbirnt Det Detailed itecl Account eG nt Prom Fr m Tokio of the eC Capture pfure of fFen fFenGhui Fen FenGhuiPass FenChuiPass
GhuiPass Ghui ChuiPassRussians P ss
If IfRussians t
0 0Russians
Russians Attacked in in Front Front and andBoth Both Flanks WeneJriven Wer Qriven From Froma Frotnfa
fa a Strongly Fortified Fort fiedPositi Positio PosittdnLarge PosittdnLargeArmies n Large LargArmies t tArmies
Armies Were Engaged EngagedTokio 1
o 0Tokio
Tokio June ne 30 340 p in mThe The Russian Vladivostok squadron ac accompanied aceompanie accompanled ¬
companied by terpede boats appeared off Gen nSanon San on the east coast of ofKorea ofX ofXre
Korea X rea today Torpedo boats entered Gen San harbor at 530 in the themorning themorning themorning
morning shelled the settlement and sunk a small steamer and a smaIl smallschooner smaIlschooner smailschooner
schooner The torpedo boats left the harbor at 720 A total of 200 200shells 200shel1s 200shells
shells were fired into the settlement settlement but no serious damage resulted resultedThe resultedThe resultedThe
The Baissian vessels which took part in the bombardment of Gen San Sanwere S Swere Sanwere
were the cruisers Sossia Itossin Gromoboi and Rurik and nine torpedo boats boatsLater boatsLater boatsLater
Later reports show the vessels when they left Gen San steamed to the thenorth thenorth thenorth
north They were seen however to return from this direction They Theywere Theywere Theywere
were lost sight of at 1030 in the morning morningI mo morningIiao g gLiao
Liao I iao ITasg Wednesday Wedn yJune June 29 29Delayed Delayed in transmission transnrlssionThe transnrlssionTheJsptmese tranzmissionTheZTapneee The TheJapanese
Japanese column which ltlch forced for ed the passage pa age of Ho Tien psss is i advancing advancingon
on Liao Yang by the eastern road ro dA A Russian force commanded by Gen General Genera Generai ¬
era Count Keller is holding a fortified position commanding the road on onthis onthis onthis
this side of the paas p paJa The objeat objeetof of the Japanes Jap nese is to cut the Russian Bussiancommunications Russiancommunications Russiancommunlctlons
communications northwardof of Xiiao o Yang while General Suropatkln is isoperating isoperating isoperating
operating in the vicinity of Hal Chen Cheng with practically the whole of the theHussian th thusslsn theRussian
Russian forces for e eI e eL ec i iSt
I c St Petersburg June 30 30A A Russian torpedo boat has arrived at New NewChuang NewChuang NewChuang
Chuang from Port Arthur Her commander denies that any Russian Sussianships Russian5hi Russianshiis
ships 5hi s were aunk or damaged in the fight off Port I ort Arthur June 23 He de declares declares dedares ¬
clares that after clearing away the Japanese mines the whole Russian Bussianfleet Russianfleet Russianfleet
fleet returned safely to the theharbor harbor
T Ono June M S 1 p m mDetalled mDetalledpons Detailed r rg
T g ports of th capture of Fen Chul Chulpars Chulps Chulps
ps on June 27 show that the theHussiaais theRussian theRussiaa5
Russian were w re driven from an exceed exceedingly ex exdingly d dIngl ¬
Ingl ingly strong position dominating the theShi theShi theShi
Shi Uu u Cheng road In this engage engagement encagern4Ot engeTnPnt ¬
ment the Russian losses were again againheavier aplIlheaier ainhaver
heavier than those oi the Japanese JapaneseThe Ja JaThe JopafleThe
The Japanese Japan out outmaneuvered outmaneuveredsians maneuvered UMtltM UMtltMsians the li lisians
sians by b working around the enemys enemysright eneanrsj eneMysright
right flank and attacking them in the therear therea therear
Japs Plan of Battle BattleThe BattleThe BattleThe
The Japanese advanced advan d in three col columns columns colUrnfls ¬
umns Qiie ie was assigned auign to deliver a afrontal 3frontal afrontal
frontal attack atta < k and the others othe > rs to strike striketh striktt
th t enemy on the flanks The column columnwhich eolumnwhkh columnwhieh
which advanced upon the th Russian Rusat right rightflank rightf1ank rightflank
flank fought a separate > action It en encountered enrountert enenuntered ¬
countered d three th battalion Of f toffcntry toffcntrysix flfUtYYei
six ei gullS gui and Rn two marbfn g4lftl g ms on oilSunday onsunday 1
Sunday Bunda morning This engagement engagementlasted engagementlasted ng3m > n t tlatfd
lasted until sunset of Sunday At this thishour tbishour thishour
hour tu tt Japanese e bivouacked and re renewed 1e 1enpwed renewed ¬
newed t e nssault 1 saultRt at it midnight mi night when whenth whenthf chenth
th thf v succeeded suc dt > in defeating the tb Rui RuiBlans RUFslam RmiIans
slam On Monday morning the 27th 27ththe 27ththf tb tbthf
thf Russians Rus i H were reinforced with withthree wit witthree withthree
three battalions and endeavored to re retakp re retake retake
take the position they had lost They Theyvere Th Thwpre Theywere
were repuised and the th > Japanese flank flankers flankers flankers ¬
ers worked their way to the rear of ofthe orth ofthe
the th mail Russian Rus ian position po itlln at Fen Chui Chuipas Cbulpas Chulpass
pas = This Th nttack occurred urrfd at 3 oclock 30clock1n oclockin
in the morning morningBouted morningRouted TnrnlngRouted
Routed in the Front ProntIn FrontIn
In the meantime mt > anU the Japanese col column colurno 01 01umn ¬
umn ndl a h had been assigned a igned to make makethe maketht makethe
the frontal attack net and routed 10 10fci 10If 10Oo
If fci 1 infJTtry tnfp tr and cflvalrv posted pastedjnear pastedjnearenenapantsu near nearWenchapantsu nearVenehaantsu
Wenchapantsu Venehaantsu This happened on onSunday onfundas onSunday
Sunday the 6th At dawn of Monday Mondaythp Mondaythp Mondayth
thp th Japanese renewed the attack The Thefisrhtins Th Thfi Thefighting
fighting fi hting this thl day was opened with ar artHlery ar1i1fry arttiery
tHlery The Russians poured a deadly deadlyartillery deadly18rtI1et deadlysrtillery
18rtI1et artillery fire upon the 1 attackers at ick anl anlthe an anthe anithe
the Japanese Japa e artillery trtlUf > ry secured S curEd a new newposition newposition newposition
position and delivered a heavy cross crossflre crc crctIrl erosfire
fire > upon up the Russian lines of defense defenseWhile deft defenseWhite > n1e n1ehile
While hile ths l was proceeding proeefd ng the Japan Japanese JapalEfOP Japaese ¬
ese infantry intat rv and engineers en neers cleared th thobptru thobotrudi0T1S thoqtrtions
obptru obotrudi0T1S oqtrtions tioiS from fromth the Russians rear rearand rearInrI reararid
and closed in on thf enemy t The Rue RusFiai Rmi Rueiaiq
Fiai i iaiq q broke and fled at 1130 oclock oclockMonday oO oOl ocIukooday
Monday l ilrIAY morning The Japanese Japanesegained lapan Japanesegained e egained
gained and retained possession of the ththeirhts thll1t theljtht
heirhts l1t jbt The Th Rus RUsS2ns ans left ninety dead deadbehind deadf deadbehind
behind f hind th them m nn the heights This Thisnumber ThhllUmber Thisxiumber
number of dead does not include those thosefound thoeefound 1 1found
found > n the th valleys aJley The Japanese Japaneselost Japaneflost Japaneslost
lost 270 men m n killed or wounded in 4he 4heflanking hc heflaiking I I1ankin
flanking and a if the frontal attacks attacisMany attacteIany attacksMany
Many Troops Engaged EngagedThe
The Russian troops who defended defendedTV detendfrlFpl1
TV Fpl1 > n Chul hut pass consisted of eleven bat battalions battsljona ¬ I ItaliolUl
talions of Infantry twelve squadronof squadron quedronsf >
of f cavalry and three batteries of ar artillery arti11eroy artillery ¬
tillery The enemy f had spent s nt three threefonths thrpJ >
r J fonths lth in fortifying Fen Chui pass passPat passto passbavraek
Pat to barracks and other bUl1dl buildings 6S oan oantur ea eatu i
tur tu d by h the th Jaj rJM1 Ja4iese anes t had not been beendfbiroyM bf beendcsroye4 1 1rlF
dfbiroyM rlF lroy i but before b rnr retreatinjr r treatfn th thRussianr the theThsian I
Russianr R Iissian burned th tbdr < ir warehouses at athantas atthantasu it iti
i hantasu u The Russians R retreated in indisorder indsrdr j
disorder toward Shi Mu bang fhengThe bangThe I
The Th Japanese fe oaptured ptuNd eightyeight eightyeightNEWS etghtyelghnOrs t t1Aers
1Aers nOrs nOrsNEWS I II I INEWS
NEWS 7BOX aoc THE PBONT PBONTBussian YaONTRussiLu I I IBussian
Bussian Boat Brings Cheer to New NewObuang 1 j
Chuang ObuangXw ChuangNc i iXw
Nc Xw w Chuang June GO OThe The it RiissIa RiissIatorpedo l1g s iar iarturpedo ia
torpedo boat destroyer LieutetiaMt LieutetiaMtBurukufT Lieuten1PtHurukfT LieutenatIturukiff
BurukufT arrived her > from fro Por PortArthur PorArthur PorArthur I
Arthur yesterday and is berthed berL along alongside aloQsid alongEith ¬
sid side < tb tbc gunboat Sivouch The nver iyerFank i ibank Iank
bank ank vas a as soon crowded with excited excitednative I I12tie
native 1 at ive who w ht were told by b the Rus Russians Russial PusSians ¬
sians tha the Japanese fleet had been beencompletely bee1mplefY beeninpIeey
completely destroyed destroyedThe dttroedThpo lestroyedThe
The ofiVers unc of the Lieutenant Bnru Bnrukoff BulU1wtr BUNIlotf
koff ten several stories rI rhe One Is thpt thptAdminI thptAlmin thettlmirt1
AdminI Togo report of tne llahtin llahtinS eghtinn4s light in inT
T n4s S exaggerated ea erated and an that the Ru Rufiians Rufans flus fluseans
fans hao ha made two cruise Jui ee In the theiilf tbeClf theof
iilf of P Pt Chi hi Li in ne f > days daysAnother dafIA daysAuothci
Another A nothf I story Is tlJt tLatltto th > PoiJ Pol Polrthur Pnirthur
Arthur rthur il JIo l t has h < s joined the VIadtvostotiuadrcn nadivostoJ nadivostoJt adtvolttof adtvolttoffo1uadrtl1 <
t iuadrcn
Had ad Been in a TightThe F Tight FigIitThe t tThe
The correspondent CQn pnd nt of th he Associated Associatedrira A AsalciatetiMTt iat J
rira 11 g snt t a meseengei me who wboapea wboapeato sf speaks speakstsMn > eak eaksian
tsMn sian to the I he side of the destroyer destroyertbe d Sboyertbe
t tbe Russian sailor would ould not talk talkept ttlkf
f ept pt to say that tby left Por PorA PorTArthur I
A Arthur thur Tuesday Tu 1a nigh Every Eye mrh of ofte i iti itJof
ti tJof e boat was crowded with nun Str Strhad S Schad f fhad
had tfee appearance appe < IIan of having h vlng bWn hem in liia n ngeneral t tgneral
a general cJgaJ < gasemtnt > m nt her h r bow bt gun purihaving gunlaving un unbnj
having bnj g been shot away The Uett LiMKen UeKz9It m mdestroyers I I91t
> 91t Burukotf is one nC thf th tGTpedoltoat tcrpedo bt btdestroyers I Id
destroyers d taken fr frm m tLe Chifl Chinese t tTaku tTakU
Taku in n 1900 19O The penral nr ll belief bPl here hereIs IMr IMris hereIs t1
Is that shecame sht lme herr IIh h dispatches dispatchesfor diiat bP8 I If
for f > r the army arm and fur irt t reter Petereburz PetereburzThi burff burffThis bur burThj
This is quite nature I a two Coseack CoseackOfficers tossackoflkers 0S84 k kofficers
Officers were on board boardUusic bo bourtitiusfc rd rdMusic
Music Uusic and Champagne ChampagneThe I IT1IeRussians
The T1IeRussians Russians last night ceiebraled ceiebraledthe t tUe
the arrival of the Lieutenant Burn Bnrukoff Buruhoff i
koff Band of if music trcm the camr camrecst camle4iost camreast
east of the tuvri tov were ft Clt at to tta the ad adniintstrfttors adt adtD adi adimintors
niintstrfttors D hot vh Y l < e there was wasBlng waS waSBl11in wa waatogngarul
Blng atogngarul nanil n h hJ a i hunia d it diiincr diiincrAil OlnerAll l
Bl11in Ail the Efforts t made to obtem b in
iornwLtlon ormt1011re regarding nIlng General GeiwnI Ruokols Ruokolsmovements ttokolsJIIOvelDeftW olols ololsinoveeflLs
movements have been futile An un unconfirmed lmconJIrmed haonftrnicd ¬
confirmed report is current that he hehas hehas hehas
has reached Hal Cheng CbeD and cut off offcommunication effcomlfttlaleatton offcommunication
communication withLiao aith Liso Tan TanTbe Ya YaThe TaUt TaUtThe
The Russians have a lar Iae e force at atTa atTa atTa
Ta Tone Xiao A Russian lan officer in informed Inromed informed ¬
formed tbe tr e correapondtait corres t of the Asso Associated AS50elated Assoelated ¬
elated Pre IIStnt thai Genera KMropatkins KMropatkinsplan s sp35
plan n is to place 1S04M lSI west in that thatvteinity U18V1rinlty thatviiInIty
vteinity It has however it is be beJieved be believed be1eved
Jieved been found to be impossible impossibleHeavy ImpoEibleHeVY ImpossibleMevy
Heavy mine continue eontlnneTbe The roads roadsthroughout roadstJuougItoat roadstkrouhout
throughout Manchuria are quagmires quagmiresand quagmtrand quagmiresnhI
and nhI it is an bat impossibJe Impoai hnp ibe to move moveartiltery moeartillery moveartillery
artillery artilleryTELL
General KuropatktaSf Beport port of the theto theB
B 3to
to the tf emperw dated 4no f1lDe a wa as ft iseeted e eceived
ceived cein d todayr todayrTowards tOOa todaTowards
Towards 3 oclock in the rtorniog Jlo lD < of ofJune ofJune ofJune
June 27 our troops having hav dislodged dislodgedthe dlelod dlelodthe
the enemys advance guard composed composedof
of cavalry and infantry occupied the theit thestation thestation
station of 8enu Chen but at t oclock oclockIt
it cPa Wit discovered that a brigade of ofthe orthe ofthe
the enemys infantry was advancing advancingon
on the front while other columns coui Were xterteturning WereI ez ezturning
turning tUM ng our detachments left Hank HankThe ftankTbl flankThe
I The ton of Sera ermu nu Chen which is sur surrounded suerounded ¬
I rounded by walls was also 1Bo occupied ospisd by byth
j th Japanese Consequently at 11 11oclock 11oclock
oclock our troops slowly withdrew wlt As Asregards Asregards
regards losses we only know as yet yetthat yetthat et etI
I that an officer and ten men were werei
i wounded woundedI d dt
t I wA A reconnaissance carried o out t on the theroad theroad
road from Sia Kho Tung to Srltatan Eritatanand
I and Khanza Khanarevealed revealed tie presence p of ofsix
six Ix x companies of the enemys infantry infantryI Infantryand infantryand
I and two squadrons of cavalry and at atMayaratsa atI atMaysratsa
I Mayaratsa three miles mll 880utheest southeast of ofSia ofIa oftIa
Sia Ia Kho K o Tun Tung In this reconnaissance reconnaissanceCantaln reeonnaIsneeCantain
Cantaln Vassilielf Lieutenant L utenaatkar utenaatkaroff Vakar Vakaroff akar akaroff
off and five oossacks Co twks were wounded woundedMakaron W01tftdedI woundedMakaroff
I Makaron succumbed succumbedI succumbedThere
r I There was some skirmishing sklnnlsj llg ag Jane Sfe Sfebetween ibetw 2 2between
between betw n the enemy and our outposts at atI atSarniarkau
I Samiarlkau mlakau and Wang Tst Afang Afa
ChinK five miles west of Samlarlkau SamiarlkauHeld SamlarlkauReid
Held Their Ground WellAt Wellthe Well WellAt
At 4 oclock in the morning mom of June Juney Junea June26a
y 26a a deiachmert of ofthe the enemy nearly nearlyan
an infantry brigade with two batteries batteriesoccupied batteriesoccupied
occupied Santiao firing ou our out outpests outposts outposts
posts occupying Black Mount south of ofSia ofSla
Sia Khou Tung Our three companies companiesfirmly Ci companiesflrmly nles
firmly ftnnJ held their ground well until re reinforced reinforeed
1 inferred At 4 oclock in the morning morninga
a battery of Cossacks and a amountain mounted mountedmountain Jnountedmountain
mountain o feattery took Sp a position positionand posItfonand positionand
and opened fire on tbe front trontn4 and n flank flankof flankof
of a Japanese e battery and B1tcIcteOEe dense col columns columns l lumns ¬
umns of q infantry Inf ntry which bleh had appeared appearedagainst appearedagatfl6t appearedagainst
against our left J ft At A t 1 p m the Japan Japanese ¬ i
ese e began to retire pressed by OO OOtrcOPf our ourtroops our ourtroops
troops who had assumed the offensive offensiveand offensiveand offensiveand
and pursued punm d the > enemy fn my as far as San Santiao Santint Stntian ¬
tint Our Ou r losses los are six soldiers kilted klUeapr killedard kiltedand
and two officers and thirtythree men menwounded menwoundid menwounfed
wounded woundidGot
Got an Early Start StartThe StartTb StartThe
The Tb battle recommenced recommPn ed at Sao SinoCho
Kho Tung at 6 in the th morning A ACossack ACosaack ACossack
Cossack battery and a mounted battery batteryrepeatedly batteryatedJ batteryrepeatedly
repeatedly atedJ pursued pursued the enemys in ¬
fantry and silenced the th Japanese Japan bat batteries bAtter batteries ¬
teries ter A section tim of our infantry Intantr re repulsed r rpulsed repulsed ¬
pulsed the Japanese on our right The
fighting ceased cta d at 5 A section of the thepated til tilE1 theEleventh
E1 Eleventh > nthl horse battery which partici participated partkjpated
pated inAhe In the fighting astonished every i ibodjr
bodjr bod by its gallantry in punning on onas onas n nas
as far as the Shan Hai pass and hold holding hoNIng holdlag ¬
ing Its own against eight of the ene enemys enems ensmys ¬
mys guns until its ammunition was wasexhausted wasexhausted waseahausted
exhausted exhaustedOur eahaustedOur exhaustedOur
Our losses log e have not been aseer ascertamed j I ItaJn
tamed taJn d definitely but they are reported reportednot
not to exceed fifty men and twenty
horses horsesA borseA I
h A battalion and a squadron of the
Japanese J 1 anef vanguard June 2S 5 6 operating operatingnorth operati operatinort11 operatingnorth I
north of thc Siu YenKal T nKal Chou reed rosdoccupied ru reedoccupied d dupied
occupied upied < he Liu Li n Ang Tien four miles irMesnortheast milesnortheast
northeast d f Sia ia Khou Tuns TunsA Tu TuhA j
hA A roiirentration toward tordefnlng evening of oftwentysix oftwentysir I
twentysix Japanese JapHn p battaHons was wasubeerved wasjbeerved
ubeerved near n u the village of Wang ang
Tsia T iA Putso Pu I on the Siu Y YenHai nHai Chen Chenroad Citenroad Chenroad I
road roadKrom
From the morning momt of June ZT T the theJapcnese teJacnese i
Japcnese e developed d ek > ped a frontal attack attackagainst att1cagainst attackagainst
against our troops in Ta Pa simultane simultaneously slmultanikouI almultaneously ¬
ously ouI turning turoIn our right with at least lentdhhrion a adivision adivision
division of infantry and three fleW
batteries The fight iHst istfd > d until 740 748in 740In 740in
in the evening In view ie of the enemys enemysreat eneR1Yrpat enemysgreat
great reat strength tre1 th und nd th thr < turning turn ng more moreincut more moreIDUlt movelutuL
incut our troops retired d slowly fr fzin fzinthe rl rltill nt ntthe
the pass The enemy En my did not advance
Our losses are undetermined but are areestimated areesUmat areestimated
estimated at about 2W 2WOn MOn O OSOn
On June 36 the enemy Ti m continued to toadvance toadvance toadvance
advance from Fen Chul and Mo Tien Tienpasses Tlenpaen Tienpames
passes frcntally and flanking At least leasteight leasteight 18l steight
eight battalions and ten guns were wereconcentrated wereCOI1eeutrated werecontentrated
concentrated against Mo Tien pass
At 4 in the afternoon the enemy enemyoc enemyoccopied enemycccup1e1 oc occupied ¬
copied Katz K U Tal pass on the tiia Yung Tunsmain
main road roadSince roadhSlnfe roadSince
Since June 25 2 the Japanese have havr haveiee
been iee r advancing a han ing < their t right ocoupyirs oeeupyirgeInaUze
Selmstsze > th t nonnfc r1itiIn l nln of June JuneContinued 26 26oa I
C Continued t Ued oa Page 2L Zj > I
General 6ener I Miles No no Thanks Th Thankc4ou i n You ou I Prefer pr f r the Automobile Automobilei r
> J
Director of the Mint Roberts RobertsMafces RobertsI RobertsMakes
I Makes a Sensational SensationalStatement SensationalStatement ensationalStatement
Statement StatementPTtland StatementPrrtlnd StatementPrrtlind
PTtland Ore June SB 3Thece There will willnever willnever Willnever
never be aaether silver dollar coined in inthis InUals Inth1
this th1 country COUD said sdcI George E Rob Roberts Roberts Itoherts ¬
erts erts director of the United States mint mintin mintIn mintIn
in aa Interview thin evening Mr Ir Rob Roberts Roberts Robens ¬
erts is en en route to Alaska and made madethis madetltls madethis
this statement tonight in answer to a aquestion aquesUoDput aquestion
question quesUoDput put to him by F a representa representative representative representatire ¬
tive of the Oregonian OregoniaaNo
No there will be no more new silver silverdetiars silverdollars silvertkLars
dollars tu turned out by the e government governmentmint governmentmint j jJl
mint Jl Bt plants ts unless 1t7 yr some means a a1C a aliter
1C liter te I Congress eonpe s sB01ftcl shb W be elected for forof fo formthe
the of of1ll jsffagr TibaWOI1 au buUion Ui purchased purchasedertPi PU purchas rQba Sed d der I
tbeiCi KI
1h 1he
ertPi er sf snow a rraarkable lf ftcU1 l Increase in inthe Inthe
the gold prodnetion pr D of the world dur durinr durI
I inr < the past decade and in ISM the theproduction theproduction theproduction
production wiH U fi1 probably be 350000 350000The 3O0000OOTbe 50OW 00 00The
The total output of the world worl has near nearly nearly nearIy ¬
ly trebled In ten years That Is why whythere whythere whythere
there is no silver question Most peo people peopit peepie ¬
pit think thlnktbe the mints are busy coining coiningVoid coiningOld coininggold
Void They are aremi8tken ar mistaken The bulk of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the work we e do < io is in the making of ofcopper ofcopper ofcopper
copper rent pieces and ntekles The Theprofits Theprofits Theprofits
profits derived from these two coins coinslast coinslast coinslast
last year amounted to J2OWeOO n8Otsur n8Otsurdetent 200000sufliclent suf sufficient ¬
detent to pay p y the operating expenses expensesBo expeD5e8Do expensesDo
Do not get the thefm hnpreseten however howeverthat boweerthat howeeerthat
that we are re going out of the gold coin coinbusiness coinhUfllDe9S coinbuEness
business For the fiscal I year ending endingtoday endlhgI endingtoday
today tocla our coinage of gold will reach reachI200909000 reachS288Mthe reach2OOIOO0the
I200909000 S288Mthe the largest output in the thehistory thehistory thehistory
I history of the country countryMECHANICS COU countryMECHANICS e 1tr 1tre
4 + Sacramento Secr MI1to June 96 ZFhe Five hen Jlundred hundred +
4 + dred mechanics were discharged dtsch ed from fromthe fromthe +
4 + the Southern Soa Pacific railroad shops shopst shops41at 4 +
4 41at > t Sacramento today AtA6r fJu5t Me MecbanJc Meehanie + f
V + chanlc Heimelman H says that a re re redvctton reduction 4 +
4ductton + dvctton of about 2t per cent n the theWOrkiD 4 4working 4 4working
+ < working WOrkiD force of the comny has 4 + i ii
i 4 + been een ordered all allover over the system ntemwhea 4 + i
4 4 when mere men are needed he h says RY8Ute saysthe > + 4
4 + Ute oW hands win fee given tven the pref pnfereae 4 4orence +
4 orence ereaeGeneral +
4 + +
4 + General SuperintendentKverett Superintendent Everett EverettBJcldngham EverettBicMnghan +
4 + Buckingham of th tM Oregon Short ShortLIne ShortLine +
+ Line said last nigfix n itt ne rejection re1cctlonef +
+ of f force was contemplated en this thisroad thisroad +
+ road roadSan +
4 +
14 + San Francjsco June Ja e 31 GeneralMana General 4 4
4 Manager Iarier er Markbam of f the Southern South m mPaci8c 4 4Paci t tPacific
+ Pacific Paci said id today that the dismissal dismissale 4 +
+ e 1 10S men was is 4ue to tne fact that 1
14 4 the workmen Were were no OJonIrcr Jonger needed t EdedBe + f
+ He mid N d that tbe cttapany ny Quip eunipntent e I ImtDt
+ merit had reached reacb such condition 4 4 4that J
+ that a Jar large e tone f JB5 1 was not notrequired + 1 1requllfd
4 + required and the discharge of so somany + I
4 + many men n was along the line of re +
4 4 tr ncbment Fv Five hundred > d were weret weredL +
4 t dismissed dL mtsse4 at Sacramento Saram Dto and the re remalnlJlS 4 + I
4 4 mainlng 3 > wero ttopped ta opped from the thelYJOt thepayroils 4 4pnyroHs
pnyroHs lYJOt at the various TlnOIl smaller 9 9shops
7 shops in the coast division divistonCALLED 4 4CALLED
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + i
101 101CALLED
De Detlftr wr June 39 Dr Seymour T TJareclll 1 1JareeI j
JarecM a young phvsfclat ph dI was kilted to to today today j
day at his home In this l city Two shots shotswere shotswere j
were fired one IntiUt D t entering his body bodynear bod bodar bod3flC
near ar th the heart Apparently he had been beencallet beenealW beencaPeS
caPeS to the Kitchen J tt1ten dawr and assas assassinated assnlibaa asmsslanted ¬
slanted libaa l His wife was absent at the time
1 The nturderer wcaped On in Dec 2S i hOt
Dr Jarecki then county pbysictan was wasI wasbestC1t wasbesten
I bestcn almost to death m bJ Ms office by an anunknown anunk anunkzdwn
unknown unk assailant assailantj assailantDii
j Div D Dii Jareckl was foand dead just in insideitne 111sidetbe Insidelihe
sideitne rear door of his house Be Beside Beside Beside ¬
side his body lay a revolver two shells shellsin
in which had been discharged d1lw The Thedoctors Tb Tbd Thedoctors
doctors d dG relatives rel tfve claim that one or orthtSe < ofthese jf jfthee
thee shell k had been Jempty pty for some sometime sonictime i
time They believe bt Ufre that he fired onp onphot oneibot
Mot hot at t an intruder who then t shot him himNeighbors hintNeighbors J
Neighbors ielgh heard two 8 shots and a hole holeIf holein i iin
in the screen door evidently was as made madety madeiv I Ity
ty shooting from fr from 1n inside the house bo The Thepolice Thepnli Thepolks
police fo hwtfnp tb tHe theory that Dr DrJareeki DrJarecki DtJareckl
Jareeki killed himself 1t His life was wasInsured ws1sured
Insured for MM6 1t Ir Jareckl Jar was a agraduate aaduate agraduate
graduate aduate of f the Colombia o4 ipbt bI College of ofiled oJ q
Meqeine iled toe e of Jfew ew Yor York City CitySHOT Cityi CitYSHOT
i a aSHOT
Iowa Falls Pa Ia IL June SS MRev Rev RevChartes R
Chartes Mayne of otNevada Nevada la IlL was wasshot wasshot
shot K t 6q ay by a burglar and will prob probably probbly ¬
ably bly die He was here attending th th3tate the thestate thestate r
state Sunday school hool convention con enUon and andwas andwns andwas
was the guest guestoC of W H Courtney one oneof on onof oneof
of the directors In the new road the
Iowa Falls Northern Shortly after aftermidnight aftermhlnlbt aftermidnight
midnight Mrv Mayne was aroused from fromhl fromhis coalhIs
hl his sleep by Ute appearance app of A Astranger astraDSer astranger
stranger In his room The burglar burglarcommanded burglarcommanded burglarcommanded
commanded him to keep silent bur abuthad bufhad burhad
had no more than spoken the words wordswhen wordswhen wordswhen
when he grappled grap le with the burglar burglarThe burglarThe burglarThe
The latter drew i aV revolver and fired firedthree lIredthreetJm firedthree
three threetJm time each bi Tiujlet 1l t taking takln effejth effejthii etr etrin effet effetit
ii in it Th T h ho abdomen ab ab ini n Bf nrte le time the dc dccupants occu1 cccixpts
cupants cu1 ts of the house houeel had ed been aroused arousedihe arousedthe arousedthe
the burglar had ad madegcod made i OOdhis good his escape esc
Meeting Is Held at Which Arrangements Are Made to Have HaveFunds HaveFunds HaveFunds
Funds Available at Qnce75COO QQ e75tOOO to Be Ready Readyid
id j In TenDays T Ten i Days I
r IXTY THOUSAND DOLLARS LLA R s sb has hasthe liesU
U SLTY b been n assured the bId baflding lnlir 11 11the fi of ofthe
the cathedral and I I coUTOjdcsw coUTOjdcswmoney coutthdW coutthdWmon could rrmw rrmwmoney <
money mon with which to hasten opix opixtomorrow opi opsratiOa opsratiOatomorrow q i itomorrow
tomorrow if necessary necessa stated st ti ipIsHaja ipIsHajaLausence BIihoii BIihoiiLauence i iL
Lausence L ufnce Scanlan last night at toeconf toeconfelusion the cons conseLia4on n nqlusfon
elusion eLia4on of a meeting held at hIS residency residencyadjajnlng resldsncj resldsncjaLjeinlng idencet idencet9inlng
adjajnlng 9inlng the new edifice edificeIthln edificeIthtn j ji
i Ithln ten days the entire entirexyhleh entire or e eV1bWI T Twhith
xyhleh IS to be pledged Pled ged byfi byfiWorsMfl 1tytlaJd by tILO sIdzenf sIdzenf51t21e110
1t 51t21e110 p I8Ih1Y o1ldem osI1emaa3hteefl osI1emaa3hteefltur1th hei1 hei1s1
tur1th s1 shoftM ftft1 see e tbedW he B 1 l lJ 4i 4iworshfts
WorsMfl J rs THos present pr nt tonight tonl bt decided decidedto
to hold a committee meeting next week weeki wetkAt weekAt
At tlaif t1I time I expe t the list of fifteen fifteenwill fifteenwill
will De be i complete Indeed ed > It was an announced announed au auflounced ¬
flounced this evening ening that by far ar the thegreater thegreater thegreater
greater part of the money was practically practicallyANOTHER p practicallyANOTHER ticaUY
Edwin Whitney Arrested in inNorthern inNorther inNorthern
Northern Idaho For False FalseLand falseLand FalseLand
Land Entry EntryPortland EnfryPortland EntryPortland
Portland Ore June 8 tiIn In theJii theJiidictment theIndl theiiidl
dictment dl tment of Edwin Whitney Whltn Y alias Ed Edward Edard Edward ¬
ward T Whitney made public today todayanother toc1ayanother todayanother
another alleged land fraud case has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been brought to light Whitney was wasarrosted wasarrOfited wasarrested
arrested yesterday ye erdQY In northern Idaho Idahoand Idahoand Idahoand
and was placed under 3tMO 0 bends to toappear toappear toappear
appear before the next United States Statestrial Statestrlar Statestriar
trial jOry jfli which will be empaneled empaneledin
in October OctoberWhitney OctoberWhitney OctoberWhitney
Whitney is changed hrg d by the last Unit United United IJnited ¬
ed States grand jury with defrauding defraudingthe
the 1 e government by filing a false and andforged andforged andforged
forged affidavit In support of a timber timberland tim tiniberland er erland
land entry ma matJe < 3e by him on the north northeast northeast northeast ¬
east quarter of section 10 township t nshlp 20 20south 20south
south range IS east The land Js near nearThe nearTho nearThe
The Dalles The entry of the land was wasmade wasmade wasmade
made Sept 30 1902 1902WILL 2 2Q 2V11Ll
Denver D NIVfI1 J Tune TH 39 30The The special laud com comnrfSBtoa comnd cornrlMtou
nrfSBtoa consisting < of W A Richards RichardsGlffnrd JUc RichagdsGifford I
Glffnrd Pinchot and F H Newell ap appointed RPpointed aPpointed ¬
pointed by President Roosevelt Roose lt last De December pe pecemittr Docember ¬
cember on the request uest of the National NationalLivestock NationalLivestock tlooaJ tlooaJLlYeStoeJ
Livestock association a Uon have notified tlfjed the theofficers theotflcens theofficers
officers of this association that they will willmeet willmeet willmeet
meet at its headquarters at Denver on onAug onAug onAug
Aug 3 3 4 and S for the purPose of dfscasa dfscasaigcr di discupehg
igcr hg the questions of graixng gra upon arid aridlands aridl aridkinds
lands l nds an anD forest reserve with a view viewof viewof iewQf
of making maki a report to the prefM celdent nt which whfchxvfll whfehWi11 whichteill
xvfll be the basis of the drafting et t abBl abBlwhich a bill biltwbleh billwhich
which will be presented preqpnt to ongress which whichwill whichwill whichwill
will settle s tUe these Question to th the entire entiresetUfactlon enUrernti8 entirescitisiacflon
setUfactlon rnti8 llction of all parties rartl oontomed See Secretary Seer1tanr Seeretary ¬
retary Hitchcock of the department of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the interior and Secretary rftary Wilson ot of the thetheir thedepfiTtment thedepartment
department dt agriculture have tdIcated tdIcatedtheir teated teatedtheir
their intention of being present presentThe PhllM presentThe t tThe
The officers of the association have h ve no notified notified flOtitled ¬
tified the stockmen tn n western w tern states who whoare whoarc whoare
are interested in this matter matt r to meet me t the thecommission thecommission filecommissIon
commission at this time timeCHARGE timfclZe
Cripple Creek Colo June Jt no 36 36Speclal Special SpecialProiecutor t tProncutor IProiecutor
Proiecutor 9 S D Crump today withdrew withdrewthe
the charge of complicity in the Vindicator Vindicatormine Vtn Vindicatormine tor tormina
mine explosion on Nov No 26 last which whiChhad whichhadbeen had hadbeen I
been made against Charles H H Moyer Moyerpresident f fpr tpresident
president pr std t of the Western Federation of ofMinors t tlnners IMiners
Minors and is preparing pn paring an information informationcharging informationcharging f
charging cll tgog Moyw Mo Vini Wilhism > iAm m D Haywexxi Haywexxisecretarytreasurer JJaneodtifcretaltrc JVweodsecretarytreasurer
secretarytreasurer tifcretaltrc llUt of o the t he Western Weat nt wn p Fed Federation e4 e4Orathlti ¬ j jOIatlO11
eration Charles O Kennison nnisoJ Sherman ShermanPapkfn ShermanPak
Papkfn Park nnd Charles Cbarl S Davis with consptr consptracy fIOlI conspiracy IJJlr IJJlrno t
acy no in Connection with the Victor rioting riotingon rl ttng ttngort
on Juno C Keaniaon RfJlnl otlo Parker and Davis Davisword1 DaviswerO
word1 members of the t1 execative e ulive conj committeo coupmltt f j jmittao
mittao mltt o of the Federation Fe er3tion tcr Oils distriet distrietMeyer dIsLZLMoyer t tIo
Meyer Io and KennUon are now OV intdor Uttorar Uttorarrest ar arrest SCres
rest res t here Haywood is managing rnan cing the Chebusiness thehuslness thebusiness
business of the Federation at H its talteRd talteRdQuarters ned nedqunrters headquarters
Quarters In Denver The whereabouts of ofParker ofParker f fParKer
Parker and Davis Is not known knownUTAH knownUTAH I IUTAH
+ Special to toTheHorald The Herald H Id IdJune 4 + 4
4 4 Boston June 38 Olt It was given awl tlUthore 4 +
4 4 here today as the t1t > official statement stafemeltor 4 + t
4 4 of the rtah tah Consolidated > manage man mananemeat te tement + >
4 ment that the Utah will be uliJ BlijcfKl d dqn +
4 + on qn a a Ji 1 dividend basis next ext D DeCjiin pm 4 4 +
4 4 ber and on this return a price lIC of offl + 4 I
+ 4 WO fl Is warranted A prominent Ftock Ftock4holder ftockholder + +
4holder 4 holder hate hetlYS hetlYSI says 4 4I +
4 + 1 I have been perisislently bullish bullIshon 4 4 44on
4 4on on Utah Consolidated and based based4upon tasefupon 4
4upon 4 upon the excellent t showing flhowln n f th lhc lhcI the theproperty < 4 4property +
+ I property I I flgr I fIgor4 t th the uflal Ql Qljrirjisl6ht 81 vW4A vW4Ai
i jrirjisl6ht + JtJJIJbt lii sight attha atthainp at the C CEttifrsuppU iThng 11 tAhe
EttifrsuppU 4 tsr euppUes eae a evp evpm
+ 1 U1l m foot up StiOO I r aG8lnt n sdl sdlt1ln LfltsgprIcoZfl0O5 + +
t1ln + inp tsgprIcoZfl0O5 priea ptl of Ilioof t oot t
on hand or ready for cheek within six sixmonths sixmonths
months monthsTbe monthsTbe
Tbe first thing to do In the way of ofconstruction oronstrucUon ofconstruction
construction will be of course the roof roofting roorIng rooflug
ting of the cathedral The towers can be beproceeded beproceeded beproceeded
proceeded with at the same time As Assoon Asslated Asloon
soon as the steel supports of the roof are areslated areslated
slated we can proceed with the interior interiorTfai InteriorTh interiorThc
Thc prospect ros t is indeed bright brightThere brIgbtTh brightThete
Th There e were present at last nightS aightPmeejfng nlgkt1iIm nightSmeetlhg
meejfng m eW1 the following John JohnW < C Ljnaofa Ljnaofatioa Ijachw
W w j J1tl Halinran a James tv Ivc IvcThotha J Jnwtpaa
nwtpaa Thotha avri s Joseph G Gphr GphrseIi R
genh Dderfebs ded s and w SflPJ lhlishuptheiuui
M1 theiuui rlr j i atztn tlntpd tlntpdtion p ik
tim > of the Catholic cathedral were un unable 1Inab1eto anable ¬
able ab1eto to attend because of ontoftown en engagements engaJements engagernenta ¬
gagements gagementsThe gaJementsThe gagernentaThe
The other olher7 750SO O needed to complete the thecathedral thecathedral thecathedral
cathedral will be borrowed and taken up upby upby upby
by subscription later laterFIGHT JaterFIGHT laterFIGHT
Booth Company of Salt Lake LakeInterested LakeInterested Lakenterested
Interested in Great Suit SuitJust SuitJu SuitJust
Just Ju t Started StartedColumbus StartedColumbus StartedColumbus
Columbus 0 June 3 3tSult Suit w wbrought was wasbro wasbrought
brought bro Sht today In the circuit court of ofFrawltlin OCFrlUtltJln ofFraIin
Frawltlin FraIin county by Attorney General GeneralBlRs GeDe1lklEms GeneralBids
Ems tq t oust the socalled fish trust of ofthe ofthe ofthp
the great gr at lakes which is commercially commerciallyknown commerciallykn
known kn kn n as A Booth Co of Chicago Chicagofrom Cbleagofram Chicagofrom
from its charter in Ohio The suit is isbrought Isbrought
brought under the Valentine antitrust antitrustlaw antitrustlaw ntttrustlaw
law lawThe
The attorney general charges that thatthe thtthe thatthe
the company ompany has purchased the busi business ¬
ness of its competitors and controls contr contrper M Mper 90per
per cent of the fresh water flsh bust bustness business buMness
ness carried on from the Mississippi to toBuffalo toBuffalo
Buffalo 10 It has been in operation about aboutfour aboutfour aboutfour
four years ears during which time it has hasbranched hasbranched hasbranched
branched out jnto all states bordering borderingoa
oa the Great Lakes and into the Do Dominion Donilnion ¬ j
minion of Canada and takes in the thebusiness thebusiness I IbusIness
business of about sixty dealers in infresh Infresh i
fresh water fish fishWilliam fishWilliam
William Vernon Booth is represented representedas
as having effected the combination combinationThe
The petition further states that the thecorporation thecorporation I
corporation seeks to engage in about aboutforty aboutforty
forty different kinds of tMurfbess under underits underits
its charter from making glue to be becoming be becoming becoming ¬
coming surety on bonds for individuals individualsThis individualsThis
This the attorney attorne general declares declarescannot dl derIarescannot lares
cannot be permitted by the laws of ofOhio ofOhio I I
Ohio The company 4s j capitalised at at5M6040 at55O0O I
6iOO08Q 5M6040 The constituent companies companiesre
Ire re located in numerous cities lt s includ iflcludlug including ¬ 1 1lug
lug Denver Salt Lake City and As Astoria A Astorla ¬
Eels Block the theWater Water System at the tasCapital theCapital
Capital CapitalSsedal CapitalSIeclaI
Ssedal to The TheWash1ngton IferaW IferaWWashington II ra3 ra3WashIngton
Washington June St 3eWbington 3eWbingtonhas Washington Washingtonhag
has been Invaded In vtdoo bY an army iny of eels eeteDuring eelsDuring eelsDuring
During the week we k Just passed pract practcally practcitily I IcaJly
cally every fountain hi the park paTkcame be became became ¬
came stopped up for some someunaomt someunaomtable unactoant unateuntabe j jablereason
ablereason able reason and plumbers pltJ11 bers were im immediately J JInedlateh immediately ¬
mediately set to work when it was wasfound nasfound a afound
found that the feed pipes were stuffed stuffedfull stuffcull stuftcfull
full ull of dead eels of ail sizes from the ib ib8izeof h hsize I Isize
size 8izeof of a match to la a piece pl e of garden gardenhose gadenhqooo gardenhese
hose The water coming from Rome Romehydrants lOYIehydran Iotisehydrants
hydrants ts were also alive with iry iryeels t tyeels y
eels and where they csurfe csu from UK ateran c le lean e ecan
can tell The Potomac frum which the theCityof th thCity theCity I
Cityof City or Washington Was lOft is supplied wllh withwater wllhw4ter wllhwater
water has ha been muddy for several severalweeks ee era 1 1w I Iweoka
w weeks lfsand and this may account to sonv sonvestert flU flUester
estert ester t for the appearance of th tIM wrrgtora wrtgIC wrr wrIgier SOIft1
gtora gier Washington has no filtration lfItratt01plAnt filtrationplant filtrationplant
plant and the water waic t is g taken from the tLeriver tterner theriver
river about twelve miles 11es abofe ab the thecny tteMt41t tiecity
city Mt41t Hi Great Falls and nd piped fo sew seweral per peroral
eral rejevoirs irs none of which as a8l1tat a8l1tathnf stated itatedhare I j jhave
have iJltrAtlon facilities No matter matterh matt matter114w I Ih
h 114w w slight the shower the water at r is isaffected iSaffected I Ia
a affected < d immediately and has been t tc thecolor t tcolor
color of ctjffee with a dash of milk in init Init Init I
it for several severn weeks weeksCongress weksOngr weeksCongress
Congress Ongr D a year ear or so ago however howeverappropriated howeeotapproprIated howeverappropriated
appropriated a large sum stun of money fo for fora 1 1a I
a nitration plant and this Is Isln in coors coorsof conesof
or construction about twti tw miles north northor 1
I Ior
or this th capitql pltql building and when fin flnhfted nnd finished
hfted d > = U will be the finest ot q itskind in iuthe inthe inthe
the world worldSENATOR worldSENATOR worldSENATOR
Home Prom Europe Greatly Improved ImprovedIn
In Health HealthNew HealthNcv BeaithJNew
New York June 30 30Senator Senator W A A AClark j I IClatk
Clark of Montana and A A J De OHveJ Olivelra I Ira tra
ra Sampaio naval attache of Brazil at atTokio atTokie
Tokio Tokiovwho T k1o vwho who is en route to his poet poett tn poetwqre
wqre > n pascenera e ers on the atM steamship msbip W WQ1 Toft Toftonlc
Q1 onlc fWhl whIhohrived t klVCil iV cd cdSeittSTiJ fy fyApril atj
t i Sent SentApril SeittSTiJ
April p l for his health h n1t1i whi whiclihe which bhe bhehWi be says sayshas sayshas
has been greatly eatJy benefited
< <
Cashier Robbed the Bank of ofSOOOO
90000 and Panic Followed FollowedAmong FollowedAmong FollowedAmong
Among Depositors DepositorsAurora
Aurora Ills June 30 roSeveral 30Several Several hun hundred hundred hundred ¬
I dred people today besieged the doors doorsof doorsof doorsof
of the GermanAmerican National Nationalbank NationalI Nationalbank
bank the cashier of which by his own ownconfession owneonteSBIon ownconfession
I confession fa 1 short hort 90900 in his ac accounts accounts accounts ¬
counts For an hour there was no nodiminution noof nodiminution
diminution of the crowd Most of ofthose ofthose ofthose
those clamoring for their money were werfeGerman wereGerman wereGerman
German women Some carried babies babiesin
in their arms as they lined up for fortheir forI fortheir
their turn at the paying tellers windo window win window ¬
I dow do Huge stacks of gold silver and andcurrency andcurrency andcurrency
currency were piled on the counters countersA
A number of prominent citizens en enPS enbtedib enIn
btedib mK d PS thte t iruah Us11and Us11andIjr and andIn
Ijr 4 4In
In three hours hoursUe th the > run was appar apparently apparently r rently ¬
ently over The directors said that thata7H thatS32744
332744 had been vlthdrawrt The de defaulter defaulter tiefauiter ¬
faulter is a phrrsical wreck For threfe threfeyears thr thryears threbyears
years he had borne the ceaseless ceaseJ strain strainof st stof straliof
of trying to hide the hole in the bank bankreserve bankre8erve us usreserve
reserve fund While the hole had been beengrowing beengrowing beengrowing
growing deeper and broader i In his hisconfession hiIeontession hisronfesslon
confession of the shortage Cashier CashierI rPIin CazhitrrPlain
I Plain attributed his downfall to un unfortunate unfortunate nofortunate ¬
fortunate speculation Ambition to tobecome tobeeome tobecome
become a landed proprietor in Colo Colorado Coloado Coldrado ¬
rado was the aim of these speculation speculationEverything speculationEvrythlng speculationsverythIng
Everything went wrong he said saidHis saidHis saidHis
His troubles began he said seven sevenyears sevenyears sevenyears
years ago The first money mone he took tookwas tookwu tookwas
was to pay p for land at Sterling Colo ColoThree ColoThree Cob CobThree
Three years ago his speculations be began began begun
gan He lost 1008CT 10 100 in a corn deal dealI dealThis dealThis
I This was followed fol owed ty y a loss of 51SM9 51SM9i 18001In l8OO l8OOIn
i in the Northern Pacific corner Specu SpecuI S SpecuJatfon ecu ecuJatton
I latton in the United States Steel stocks stocksI stockshe stockshe
I he said was as his final undoing Steel Steellooked Steellooked Steellooked
looked like a good thing he said I Ibought Ibought ibought
bought it at 40 It went down to 11 I Iguess Iguess Iguess
guess I lost 38080 there thereMICHIGAN thereMICHIGAN thereMICHIGAN
DetroitMich Detroit J Iicb June 30 3OThe The Repub Republican Repub1Iean Repubbean ¬
bean state convention today nom nominated Domlnated nomlasted ¬
lasted the following ticket ticketGovernor ticketGovernorFred
Governor GovernorFred Fred M Warner of Farm Farmingtoa FarmfngtoL FarmIngtoa
ingtoa IngtoaLieutenant ingtoaLieutenant I
Lieutenant ftnt Governor Alexander AlexanderMaitland AlexanderMalt1and AlexanderMaitland
Maitland MaitlandState Malt1andState MaitlandState
State Treasurer TreasurerFllank Frank P Glazier GlazierSecretary GlazIerSecretary
Secretary of State SrnieGeorge George A iL Pres Prescott Prescott
cott cottAuditor
Auditor General GeneralDr Dr J B Bradley BradleyAttorney BmdIeyAttorn BradleyAttorney
Attorney Attorn General GeneralChnrles Charles A A Blair BlairSuperintendent BlairSuperintendent BlairSuperintendent
Superintendent of Public Instruction InstructionP
P H HKelly Kelly KellyMember KellyMember
Member of the State St eBollrd Board of Edu Education EducationL EducatlonL ¬
cation cationL L L Wright WrightLand WrightLand
Land Commissioner CommisslonerW W H Rose RoseThe RoseT1t RoseThe
The platform wHich w ieh was wa very short shortendorses shorteRdones shortendorses
endorses the platform adopted by the thenational tbenational thenatlousnl
national convention con ventlon at Chicago ChicagoThe ChfcatoThe ChicagoThe
The amendment to the resolutions resolutionsprepared resolutAons resolutAonsprepftred resoIulonsprepared
prepared by Congressman Congr SIJan William Al AJden Alden Alden
den Smith and Senator Simons pledg pledging pledgint pledglug ¬
lug the thep party to t the nomination of gov governor govnor goveerier ¬
eerier nor by direct d1r t vote was defeated by bYa bYavote a avote avote
vote of 774 4 to 304 304THIRTY 304THIRTY
e 0 0tHIRTY
MEN LOSE THEIR JOBS JOBSPhiladelphia JOBSPhiladelphia
+ Philadelphia Pa PaJune June 30 ZOThe ZOTheworkln 30Theworking The 4 +
+ working workln force of the Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniarailroad 4 +
4 4 railroad railrosdoperatfng operating department has hasbeen 4 4
4 been decreased 11 per cent and all allother 4 4
4 4 other department have undergone undergonea 4 4a 4
+ 4 a 5 per cent reduction re uction A state statement 4 4 4ment
4 + ment to this effect was made to today 4 4 4lay
+ day at the companys general of 0 0fices offlees 4 +
4 + flees It was also announced that thatbeglnnlllg 4 4 4beginning
4 + beginning tomorrow the reduction reductionV1Ube 4 4
4 4 will V1Ube be enforced throughout the theentlre 4
4 + entire system stem both east and west westof 4 4
4 4 of Pittsburg This affects affec more 4 4
4 than WMO men and Is the great greatest 4 +
4 est cut made in years yearsc yearsPROFITS 4 4PROFITS + I
4 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
Pueblo Colo Cob June 30 3OIt It is an anjunced anunced anunced
unced > today that the American AmericanSmelting AmericanSmelting AmericanSmeitlng
Smelting Refining company will dis distribute distribute distribute ¬
tribute 100000 among its employes who whohave whohave whohave
have been with the company for the thepast thepast thepast
past two years This is following out outthe outthr outth
the thr th profitsharing system which was wasannounced wasltROunced wasannounced
announced two years ago today toda The Theamount Theamount Theamount
amount distributed will abount to 12 12per 12h 12i 12ijS
per 1 jS 1 cent of the total earnings of the themen themen themen
men for or the two years yearsBIiACK yearsBLACK yearsBLACK
Charleston S S C June 30 ZOcairo ZOcairoWJlUan1s 30CairoWilliams Cairo CairoWilliams
Williams a negro who killed Thurston ThurstonOi
Oi o McGee white at Scranton in Wil WHHamsburg Williamsburg WilIlamsburg
Hamsburg county last February was wastaken wastaken wastaken
taken from ah an Atlantic coast < line Unetraln train trainat trainat II
at Scranton tonight tonl and lynched lynchedItAXWELIr lynchedp
p es4u es4uMAxWELIi
St Loufs Iopls Juiie 1l M SO 30W r W H ilaxsvell ilaxsvellor iia 3 CU CUpe elIyorleC
pe d WfL mmuctl no w I
Yor yorleC C t V I ted p nesft1nt nesft1ntof tl nt ntor
or the National Etuwitional Et4ucational utmatzona1 association a clatI n
for nutye j
BREAK RECORDS RECORDSProduction i iproduclion
4 4Production +
Production For F r Six Months rr1onthsI rr1onthsClose MonthsClose I
1 Close to tOSlY 17660000 17660000DIVIDENDS 17000000IN OOOOOO OOOOOODIVIDENDS
oiF OPM F Lisa LisajaBf LSrI LSrT
4 4T I
T jaBf 1tIi Jfrst rst Half of the year r 1n the tneI the thel ther
l I r nrfBtxt I world 14 of Utah was brought broughtUr
Ur 1 a chose yesterday 7 terday The produc production production production ¬
tion of oftbenineg tile th mines for that period as asexhibited ai aixlalftlted asexhibited
exhibited in the ectlemetItF settlement made in inthe Intb Inthe
the tb leral open market aiket and publisher publisherfrom pvblls pvbllsfr puhileheafrom
from fr nt day to day is found to have ba e been beennpJTOWi beenlpsiD beenIO9ojW
npJTOWi lpsiD While YdJe Uie he figures are not nota notaOgflable
a aOgflable ftliable here h It i is 3 safe to say 7 that thattiie thatUte thatthe
Ute product of the copper smeltersop smeltersoperated mnetersoperated smelters fop fopcrated ¬
erated by Jr feidivtttfal companies has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been worth owing ewt t u the gold and sit silver anVel sitver ¬
ver values accompanying DyiR < the copper copperat
at least tGOO i9S5 tSU00 W The T ores and bul bullion bulnon butlion ¬
lion sent out of the state for sale and andHot andRot andnot
Hot accounted for in the figures gvres 1f se secured ascured e eoored ¬
cured here ought easily eU to Increase the thelatter thelatter thelatter
latter amount to 8stMM eo the total totalproduction totalprodulUon totalproduction
production from all sources should tlb JUJd < cut cutdose cutuio3e cutclose
dose to 17 17These 317ONMThese 17MMk 17MMkThese
These figure Indicate that last years yearsrecord Tearsrecord yearsrecord
record of ort between een tMOM0 and 2i 2iaGOooo 27
000000 will be totally eclipsed e lIpeec1 this year yearThese yearThese yearThese
These statements stat m8ll1ts of coarse ecMJ deal with withthe withtheprJet6 withthe
the theprJet6 prices which the producer pr is able ableto abletg ableto
to obtain HBT the metals in his hi ore and andwhen andwhen andwhen
when computed by the government governmentstatisticians govemJthntsttlsUdtulS governmentstatistlelans
statisticians they wfll look much muchlantrer D1uchlarJr muchlarger
larger lantrerDividends larJrDividends largerDividends
Dividends Are Running High HighDividends HighDividends EIghDlvkrends
Dividends have been een keeping k pace paceI p ceth pacewIth
I with th production n and when heM the year is isbrought trougbt isbrought
brought to a close it will be found that thatUtah tbatUtah thatUtah
Utah not only ranks up close cl to totop the thetop thetop
top of the list In mineral production productionbut
but that it does the same in the theamount theamount theamount
amount of net earnings and dividends dividendsThe dividendsThe dividendsThe
The big copper companies will he helargely Delargely belargely
largely responsible for th t tlie e increase in inboth Inboth inboth
both cases and at the rate at which whichnew whlthne whichnew
new ne mines are being brought to todividendearnIng the thedividendearning thedividendearning
dividendearning stage next year will willwitness willwitness willwitness
witness a still larger growth wth No busi business business bustness ¬
ness offers the same chances for mob making 1DkIng mobbrig ¬
ing money in this country today as asdoes acdoes asdoes
does mining and no state In the Union Unionis
is forging ahead with greater strides stridesthan 8trldesthan OtridSothan
than Utah UtahLabor UtahLabor UtahLabor
Labor Situation Parorable ParorableUtah FatorablUtah ParorableUtah
Utah mines all go o to the deep and andpractically1 andpractJeaJly andpraetiealiy
practically1 all of the U dumps are a con connected connected connbeted ¬
nected by rail while those which are arenot arenot arenot
not carry ores that permit of their theirhauling thetrhauling theirhauling
hauling by team to the loading sta stations stations stationa ¬
tions and their marketing at a profit profitIn
In addition to these natural advan advantages advantages advanUrges ¬
tages there is no friction worthy of ofmention ofmention ofmention
mention in the ranks of labor so there thereis
is nothing to hinder progress progressYesterdays progre progreYesterdays progreasYesterdays
Yesterdays settlements in the local localmarket localmarket localmarket
market as reported by HcCoroick HcCoroickCo
Co amounted to 73800 as follows followsSilver follosSIher followsSilver
Silver lead gold andcopper and copper ores 44 H7tO
7 7tO 0 base bullion1 bUJUoQ 29300 29300THREE 29300I 300 300rr
rr rrTHHEE =
Republican Repu Reputli lican an Strugglein Struggle In n ttfimesota ttfime Mi Misota i isofa
sota the Most Bitter in inNiany inMany
many Years YearsSt j
St Paul P I Minn U1n June J Si 90The The Repub Republican XPUbBeanstate Republican ¬
lican Beanstate state convention en which J met today todaywas todaywas todaywas
was the culmination of the fiercest fiercestcontest flerc59tcontest 1
contest for the gubernatorIal nomina nomination noininaties ¬
ties since stnce1Sa 1SS IS Judge rnatorilnomJDa1 Loin W v Gel Collins CoIJIns Gellins ¬
lins who resigned a seat on the bench benchefc benchof I
efc 0 the state supreme court rt in order to tobecome tobecome tobecome
become a candidate is recognized as asthe asthe asthe
the candidate of the present adminis administration 4ministration dministration ¬
tration Robert C Dunn for eight eightyears et eightyears ht htyears
years state auditor of Minnesota a anewspaper anewspaper I Inewspaper
newspaper man of great personal pop popuiarfty popI populaulty
uiarfty ulamt is the other leading candidate candidateFormer cantUdateFonnerCOngnt candidateFormer
I Former FonnerCOngnt Congressman qln Frank M Eddy Eddyis Edd Eddis
is a third factor In the omest test Be Between Be Between Between ¬
tween the two principal contestants contestantsthere contHtantthere contestantsthere
there has been a contest eont of bitter per perrsonality personallty personality
sonality sonalityAn
An attempt though not a very sue 5UCcfssful sueesseful successful ¬
cessful one has been made to inject the thesocalled thet thesocalled
socalled merger Question into the cam campaign carnpaJp campaign ¬
t paign but both candidates have ha e de declared deI dodared ¬
dared the their IDt I intention Qtjon to foflow fono the pre precedent precedent procedeilt ¬
I cedent established estaI lIsb d ty Governor Go nor Van VanSant VanSant 1
Sant and see s that the th anticonsclidatipn anticonsclidatipnlaws antlceD1lClidation antlceD1lClidationlaW
laws cf the state are carrtei out to the theletter theletter theletter
letter letterThe letterThe letterThe
The convention wa a railed to order orderby ororb orderbyJudge
by b byJudge Judge Robert Jamison chairman of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the state ate central ntral committee who an announced announced anflounced ¬
nounced that no temporary roll had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been prepared lUed He then introduced introducedSenator IntroducedSenator IntroducedSenator
Senator MoOts s E Clapp is temporary temporarypresiding temporaryI
I I presiding presidl officer Senator Clapp was WHSreceived WRIreeeived wasI
I received with an outburst of applause applauseland applauseI
I land and was frequently cheered His ref reference refermce retersues ¬ I
erence to President Pre Roosevelt brought broughtforth broUChtt broughtforth
t forth rthan an especiallymarked especially marbd marked outburst of ofenthusiasm ofenthusia ofenthusla
enthusiasm enthusia ° m Recess RecessA
A conference of the leaders resulted resultedin
in an agrefrme agro me to adjourn adjo Urn until tor tormorrow t tmorrow to tomorrow
morrow morning after the committees committeeshave cmiuitteeahave
have been appointed appointedDQW1E appointedo I
o rzt rztt
Chicago Chiea a June 38 aAfter After a trip which whichcovered whlebcoered whichcovered
covered the earth John Alexander AlexanderDowie AJexanclerDowIe AlexanderDowie
Dowie arrived in Chicago today He Hehad Hehad Hehad
had sent word ahead that he would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not soil his feet with the dust of Chi Chicago Chlc8toHe Chicage ¬
cage c8toHe He remained rel aln in his private ear oarwhile earwhile earwhile
while it was switched to the Chicago ChicagoNorthwestern ChicagoNorthwesbMI ChicagoNorthwestern
Northwestern railroad and attached attachedto atta hett hettto
to a train scheduled to leave for the theDowie tbDowie theDowie
Dowie settlement Zion City CJt His HisUpon Diejpon IllsUpon
Upon the arrival ani of the train at Zton ZtonCity zrnCity ZnCIty
City Dowies carriage a victoria victoriatrimmed victoriatrimmed victoriatrimmed
trimmed with wlthcarnatlontl carnations ferns and andsmllax an1smilax antisinliax
smilax conveyed the doctor and his hischief alaichief hischief
chief overseer at the head of qtprocession p UM UMprocession thoprocession
procession to the arch ar < h the t t Zion City Citybrass Clt Cltbrass Citybrass
brass band furnishing fumf hfDg the music At Atthe Atthe Atthe
the arch ten little girls stepped for forwaut1 or ornrard
nrard robed in white with wJtltblue blue badge badgesacross badgeacross
across their breasts bearing in geld geldletters goldletters gojdletters
letters the names aam es of ten of the princi principal principal pduelpal ¬
pal countries which Dowie had visited visitedThe visitedThe
The children child en carried large bunches of ofroses ofrose ofrose
rose which they Threw 1 rew over r Deals Dowieand no1fand Dealsand
and his party rnd nd then unlocked locked the thegates tMgates thegates
gates of the arch banding andtn over ov r to toDowie toDowiE toDowbe
Dowie the key kc which on his departure departurehe dep ltureh
he h had ad given n to fie chief overseer overseerAddresses overseerAt1dresse overseerAddresses
Addresses were then made by Dowie Dowiehis Dowiehis Dowieiris
his wife and Gladstone Dole The Thewhiterobed rMwhiterobed Thewhiterobed
whiterobed choir sang an anthem and andDotvle andDowie andDowle
Dotvle went into retirement retln > ment to receive receivereports receivereports ve vereports
reports from his lieutenants lieutenantsPOPS lIeutelNlJ1tSPOPS lieutenantsPOPSARE
Bound B nd For Their Convention in Hl Hllinois Illlinois
linois linoisTopekn linoisTopeka linoisTopeka
Topeka Ran June iu 31 kSecrrtary Secret SeertCar r > John JohnCurran JohnCUnan JohnCurran
Curran says iyj 1t ISO Kinea It 1ojmlints will willleave willleave Willleave
leave Kansas City CJtySaturda Saturday e enng ning over oierthe overthe ft ftthe
the Rock Island read for Clr the th thy national con convention costvention on onr ¬
vention t at Springfield H fin on Jul Julvia Jill4 I Ivia
1T wiuJrr wiuJrra
via r St t Louis u The Kansus ilD crowd favor favora
a recess s untll after the Democratic I1Qn tie COB COBventJon COltentiort eelsventlon
ventJon takes action In St Louis Lpuirs Kan Kansas anstts KnOgas ¬
gas hselEhtyiiine liha s < ellJ el elgjltynhrw h tynJn delegates 1elt gat IP l P iargwt iargwtceJvati iargP5tntlmir argostnumbrtitgns
ntlmir numbrtitgns ny state Mif4L1rrn t si n has re rectJvetl ToceiOtI
ceJvati Weflt TOTd fen yio > U Uncepyslwt the th Xc XcbraaV Xebr e ebraska
braaV br l9k < PcsuMits Pem Sts favor yfi irV V Allen or ori Ofthai
i thai state for president and Thomas Wat Wation Walon SVaton
ion on of 0 Georgia eoria for yic vice president 1rt dent
iClcvelandHe Cleveland He Considers Out oi oithe otthe ogthe
the Question QuestionNO Qu tto ttoj ttoNO
tT T LOUIS Mo 1Itto to Jtafce 36 3tSom Some west westh w wt t tem
ST t h ern delegateto delegates to the Democre Democrenational De Desnocr Desnocrnational 1ocr t c cnational
national convention arrived tOO todhut tOObut tedbut >
but aside from t thflfrindividual t1t lnd1vidual opini opinithey optniothey opluuthey <
they bad no knowledge of what was W3 wasthai go going 11 111nA ¬
thai to be done lM when the Detnorra Detnorranational Iemoranational DemoS ra ranational >
national convention meets next a ek ekEverything phEVerthlng e eEverything
Everything seeme see tt 1DI toiwa1t > nwalt waJt the arrival arrivalof arri arr a aot aof
of the leaders wh wises n it to expected ther therwfll t 1 1will Iwin <
will be the usual life antedating antedatingInteresting an anInteresting altoter
Interesting toter tn national natlOna1Cl9DftntioD natlOna1Cl9DftntioDSenator conventionSenator convention epaventbonSenator
Senator Fred Dubols of Idaho rarre rarrein ran ranin < arryin
in tonight and when wlt asked what whatthought whatthought h hthought
thought of the th8ldential praeWential pte ldentlal outlet outletsaw outlO outlOsaid outlosaid
said he saw nothing hotParker hotParkerWho 1JGtParkftWho bat Parker ParkerWhu
Who will w 1 they noMtnftte t after aft r thy thyhave tho t h y ybave yhave
have beaten Parker iarirrhe r he was asked askeiITobody askelobody askedNobody
Nobody But Parker ParkerWould ParkMvould ParkerWould
Would it be Cleveland he b comr comrued contllued eoru eoruued
ued Why there is more than a thud thudof thirdOr t i iof
of the convention con entl n will w l stay here um untthe ourthe i ithe
the election before betoteallowtng allowing the th nom nomination lonlnatJoD norination ¬
ination of Cleveland M An attempt atternirnominate t tnominate Inominate
nominate Cleveland Cle land will throw the th thEvendon > rI rIentloft > L Lventlon
ventlon into the be hands of Bryan Th Thi ThOOfteDtion T n nconvention
i convention win nominate Parker Parktrca Parkercaue b bi >
i cause ca they have no other man to n nm nmtnare m mi rnInatn
i inate
tnareFight light For Polygamy Plank PlankSenator ank ankSenator IIk IIkSenator
Senator Dubote declares that h iiget j n nget 11get
get an andpolygamy plank in tiio U na national 1111denal S Stional ¬
tional platform That will be his prir prirclpal pri pr prcipol r relp
clpal J work whl w whjli ll 1 In St Loots He sny snythat MrUl su suthkt
that Ul t the Republicans feared they the wruii wruiilose wrul10se wr 0 I Ilose
lose Utah Idaho and Wyomtog if thy thydeclared th thdeclared 1 h hdeclared
declared against polygamy but butclaims butolaims > toJalms < >
claims that a strong declaration declarationthat deelrationthat declarationthat
that kind m fa the Democratic platfom platfomwill platfopwJll plot for forwill
will carry those states for the Derr Derri IX m meratlc a acratic
i cratic party partyTwo partyTwo partyTwo
Two States Fr Turner Turneri TurnerFormer TurnerFormer
i Former Senator George Geor e Turner TurnerWashington TunlerWailhlngton ThruerWashington
Washington came to St Louis toriiy toriiywith toh toil y ywith v vwith
with a small but earnest vice preside presideUal presi preshitial Pl PltlaI
Ual boom The states of Idaho as aId aIdWashington i iWashington I IWashington
Washington are instructed to vote vot f fMr fMr fMr >
Mr Turner for that position postti a and the thefew t h hfew he hefew
few delegates delet tes from tro rota that region nr nrmaking a r rmakin u umaking <
making makin a little stir about a PacifV PacifVcoast Paci Pacico Paeucoast
coast co man for second place pending pendingthe JendlnUte pendhcthe
the time when all interest in the cor corventton ci 01 01ycn u uwentloit
ventton ycn Oft WIlt be swallowed up In th thtalk thtalk u h htalk < >
talk of the nominee for president and andthe il d dtJte 1 1the
the platform platformFormer platformFbnDer platformlbrmer
Former Senator Frank J J Cannon CannonTJekh CannonUtklt CannonUth
TJekh says be will not bolt this conven convention eonveUo one onetlon ¬
tion Uo
Frank Gannon is Settled SettledEight SettledElght SettledEight
Eight years yeais ago I bolted the R Rpublican RpubUcan Ppublican <
publican convention in this vary 3 tow t tonand ow i iaad IMIIlIbave
and MIIlIbave Ihave I have grown gray since that tm tmtrytnjr Umt1bl1 tntrying
trying to find proper P f political termir < I 1faculties IfaeUitle IfacWUee
faculties Let thempot anything thv thvpleas thp thppae I h hp1ee
pleas in the platform and even noni noniinate nOnlIIIiIIIte TI TIGrover
inate rover Cleveland and ru war warHpg WI WIUpi at atr
Upi r ud 1JBr MI8W gfiew8Wjlte 5wws out if they th t y wai waigsvt w wbnase i iD8IIe
bnase uooe of it for me I have ha haan i iaflrwant i if
gsvt an aflrwant aflrwantBdes f want wantBspJden
BspJden Cannon there will iIi be beator heati beatot >
ator ati r Teller IItr of Colorado olorad antI Senator SenatorDabofe Sena1 Sena1DaHl SensuDubel
DaHl of Idaho former Senators P Ptigfew ptlpew I Itigrew >
tigfew of South Dakota and Charl CharlA CharlA
A A Towne and Representative John JohnLIncI JohnLJnd A ALJnd
LJnd of Minnesota as delegates in th thcoming thg rhcoming
coming g Democratic convention all anwborn allwhom < > r rwhom
whom bolted the th Republican nations nationsconvention nationitconventIon I IconTention
convention held in St Louis eight years yearsago yearago yeau yeauago
ago agoSenator
Senator Jones chairman of the Dem Democratic Drnecratic m mecratJc ¬
ocratic national committee will arriv arrivin arrhain arri arriIn
in St Louis Lou tomorrow tomorrowBBrTAlT tomorrowBRYAN tomorrowBRYAN
Opinion of Chairman James X XJones XJousts
Jones JonesPittsburg JonpsPittsburg JoustsPittabueg
Pittsburg June 30 tIWiUiam 3uWtlltamBryan William J 1 1Bryan
Bryan will not bolt his party ticket ticketJudge tickeJudge I IJu4ge
Judge Parker is nominated for pros prosdent Pi PideaL prsdent
dent Of this I am confident de declared d ddared kdared ¬
dared exSenator J K Joner Jon > nations nationsDemocratic na namiorLDemocratic o 1h 1hDemocratic
Democratic chairman toiight t in tt ttcity t IIcity t tdty
city while en route to the St Lou Louconvention Iouconvention I Iconvention <
convention conventionAs
As to what hat Mr Bryan rr might ght bt do doMr doMr f fMr
Mr Cleveland is i nominated I ould n ny n nsay i
say y but I regard the nomination nominationcleveland f fCleveland I1eveland
Cleveland as little short of an impossi impossible im impossifile i i1ie ¬
file contingency contingencyOutside contingencyOutside
Outside of Judge Parker Mr Hearst Hearstwfll Hantwit1 Hearstwifl
wfll have the greatest number of in instructed instructed n nstructed ¬
structed delegates I regard Mr Gor Gorman Go Goman Goman ¬
man as one of the strongest poesIbPities posslbiities possibiV possibiVties
ties tiesMr
Mr Jones does not think a bimetal bimetallism b btnsetalItem tal tal118m ¬
Item plank will be inserted Insert d in the plat platform platform ¬
form formraps
Pops Would Support Hearst HearstSpringfield Re EeortSpringfield < nt ntSprbagAeld
Springfield 111 June 30 3OJ 3OJParker J A AParker A AParker
Parker of Louisville Ky K chairman of ofthenational orthe ofthe
thenational the national committee of the Peoples Peoplesparty Peoplfl8party Ponpieparty
party arrived here today toda to see if n narrangements fIarrangem sarrangeineuts
arrangements arrangem ts tad been completed com leted f ftbe ftile 1the
tile national convention of the par par1deb parwhich v vWhieh
which 1deb will convene on Monday July JulyHe L Lfte 1 1He
He returned th tha afternoon to Louis LouisvHle Louivtlle Loiririfle <
rifle Before leaving le vin Mr Parker said saidhe saitlhe saidhe
he thought n If the Democrats nominated nominatedHearst nomInatfodHearst nominatedHenrat
Hearst h b might be endorsed endo ed by t iPeoplesparty tPeop1esprty tPeopWprty
Peoplesparty He stated that Thom ThornE Thomis ThomisE i s sK
K E Watson of Georgia Gft l1ia probably wo WOi WOibe woube I Ibe
be the nominee of the Peoples par PfiLrtor parTfor v vtor
tor president and Samuel 1 M L Williams Williamsof
of Vineennes Ind for vice president presidentBailey pteIidentBailey presidentBailey
Bailey Will No NQt Attend AttendWarm AttendWarm ttend ttendWarm
Warm Springs G Gtt Ga u June 3D 30The 30TheGeorla The TheGeorgia TheGe9r
Georgia Ge9r Bar association today reeeivel reeeivela
a letter let1 from Senator Joseph W Baieof Baie BaiJtYof Bailey Baileyof >
of Texas saying that on account accountthe < cthe f fthe
the illness m of his son he would be un unable U1 U1able ii iiable ¬
able to deliver the annual address be before before hofore ¬
fore the association associationSenator AOCiationSenator aspociationSenator
Senator Bailey further stated that thatfor thatfor t tfor
for the t same reason he would be ur urabte UTable urable
able to attend i the Democratic nation nationaconvention DationconvendoD nationconvention
convention conventionBUTLER convendoDBUTLER conventionBUTLER
Arrested Again on th the Charge of ofBoodlin ofBoodling ofBoodling
Boodlin BoodlinSL Boodling BoodlingStLouis BoodlingSt
SL StLouis Louis Mof Mo June 30ColOnel Colonel Kt Ktward Edward Elward
ward Butler a prominent local poi poitician polUclan i iUcl8n
tician came into court this afternoon afternoonin
in answer to a bench warrant charging charginghim eharginlhim charginihitn
him with bribing a witness Be H was re released r rleat roleased ¬
leased ed on a bond of 510000 10000 with Joh JohJ JohJ
J 1 OBrien as surety suretyThe suretyThe suretyThe
The warrant was issued this after afternoon an afternoon r rnoon ¬
noon by byJudge Judge Taylor at the revues revueso reqUfof requesof
o of Citcult Attorney Attorney Folk as the result resultit resultit
it Is believed of recent disclosures disclosuresmade disclosurpmade diaciosuremude
made to tho grand jury by Charles F FKelly FK FKelly
Kelly K ly and Charles Gutke former men members menbars menhers ¬
bars of the house of delegates de egates convict convicted ronyicted convated ¬
ed of bribery briberyThe briberyThe briberyThe
The grand jury had returned an in indictment indictment indlctment ¬
dictment against Butler early ia the theday theday theday
day but it was not turned into court courtuntil NUftuntil courtuntil
until some time later when the bench benchwarrant benchWarrant benchwarrant
warrant was issued issuedThe issuedThe IssuedThe
The witness whom Butler is supposed supposedto suppo ed edto
to have bribed is Charles F Kelly for former former forutter ¬
mer speaker of tho house ho of t jtegatewho jtegate kg miegateswho tef tefwho
who Charles Gutke told Clrcfcit Attor Attorney Attorney Attorney ¬
ney Folk in his confession was paid
560000 0000 to go to Europe at a critical criticaltime otitlcaltime riticltime
time in boodle developments here wh whhis when whnhis whenhis
his testimony t UmQny would hare Da ilYfJl ilYfJlen jnyajlvftf aujyiVdneji
neji en thJic uP4

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