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I THE SALT LA7iE HERALD WEDNESDAY WFD E mAY JULY T 13 1904
fused ug tp pay pi rnote m re than th n 171k 17 cents ts4n An Anur an
fxnrr ur and andd1c1kted decmied to sign any irwseff e
raenis at all U except with R small 1 ICT 1
tlon tj of the th WorJtm workmen n
The question of o wages to skilled SKilledwas
ratn was not ot discussed k10 k10wrkmen Po unskilled unskilledworkmen d drkmen
workmen rkmen the he averag wage was 1S 1Zj4
< cnts but whlh we asked tfcat this thI be bemade bemade bernae
made the minimum wage they cut It I
to t I 17M 17 1 cents and nd 15 cents Men could
liv Ij on B cents if they gut steady
work ork but in some plants men ne have havet
Noen t en able to t make only thirteen a hoots hootsa s sa
a week at this wage scale s le They cQtild cQtildrot c uld uldfjn uldrot
rot live on it it No one could cotiMLHotels cou1dHotels couldZotels
Hotels Well Supplied SuppliedWholesale SuppliedWtolesale SuppliedWleu1e
Wholesale markets m that supply supplymeats supplymeats supplyneats
meats to the hotels of Chicago say saythey
they th Y have enough Carcasses carcasses ott hand to toIt tok to3ep
It 3ep > ep the guests of o all the large e hos hosieries hoatelr hostIries ¬
ieries telr es munching for several weks weksThe WeksThe weeksThe
The managers of the hotels therefor thereforare herefoN herefoNare
are not worrying much over an Jm
i famine famineA
A feature of the strike that is I apt pt to toIF totp tot
IF t overlooked Is the fact that the strik strikrrs strIkrrs sUlkcrs
rrs organization does not include the theelectricians tbeH thefeetrjlafl
electricians H > Ctriclans steam fitters firemen en engineers esa esaglneprs englneerp ¬
gineers car r workers and teamsters teamstersThese teamstersThese teamstersthese
These make In Chicago alone a total totalof totalof
of 1 10000 8 additional men who mayor mayormay mayormay mayormay
may not be made idle wholly or in inpart Inat1 Inrart
part at1 voluntarily or otherwise otherwiseaccOrd otherwiseaccOrding accord according accordArg ¬
ing to the developments in the strug struggle atruggl struggle ¬
gle gl between the direct dlr t contestants contestantsthe contestantstheIaklng tantsthe tantstheIa the i iracking
racking Ia kJng houseproprietors house proprietors on the one onest ODelIil oneir1p
st lIil < e and the tb butchers and helpers on onthe onthe onthe
the other Otherf
otherWork
f Work at Stook Yards YardsThe YardThe YardsThe
The employes of th the Union stock stockyards etockf stOCkards
yards f ards here are not affected by the strike strikecf
cf the packing house employes and andwhile aDdhUe nd ndtiIle
while hUe In view of notices sent Toy com commission eoMmissIOn centmission ¬
mission houses to their country cue customers eutmers ¬
1 tomers shipmentsmay ehlpmen may fair alr off or to some someextent somextent someextent
extent it is expected that cattle hogs hogsand hogsGod hogsi
i and sheep will continue to arrive from fromthe fromthe frontthe
the west and the south This expecta expectation expectat erpectatn ¬
tion t Lan grows out of the fact that under undertfce unclerUe undertIe
tIe recent decision of O the th intertsate intertsatecommerce Intectuatecommerce intertsatecommerce
commerce commission rates shall be bee bertuat beequal
e equal ual to large and small shippers and andthat andthat i ithat
that no rebates are permissible permt eible the lit little Uttie ¬ I
tIp stock yards ds in Chicago and the east eastbpcausa easti I
i bpcausa of the strike if the strike strikecontinues strike0nUnues strikent1nues
continues long it is quite probable that thatmany thatmany thatmany
many small slaughterers will resume ±
business again in the large arge cities citiesthroughout cItiesthroughout
throughout the country and that the the1large the1arge thelarge
large part or the cattle sheep and andreceived hogs hogsreceived hogsreceived
received at the Union stock yards y rds here herewill he heow herev
ow will v ill I be bought and shipped east It ItTVS Itwas Itvas
TVS stated at the yards today that thatsince thatsmce thatsince
since the decision of the interstate interstatecommerce interstateI1merce interstateCnmerce
commerce commission the purchases of ofanimals ornnimals ofanimals
animals on the hoof for eastern con consumption consumption conSLXmpUon ¬
sumption have so largely increased increasedthat increasedthat maceasedthat
that they are now almost equal to the thetotal thetotal thetotal
total bought by the local packers packersSmall packersSmall packersSmall
Small Fry Overlooked OverlookedIt
It Is not likely that the strikers will willInterfere willhtprere willhterfere
Interfere with the small slaughterers slaughterersthroughout slughternrsthroughout slaughterersthroughout
throughout the country inasmuch as asthe a athe asthe
the more work they do the more they theywill theywlllinjure theywill
wlllinjure will injure the business bu ineu of the big pack packers ckers packers ¬
ers upon whom alone the strikers have havemade Memade lveT
T made demands The Union stock yards yardspeople yardspEople yardspeople
people are taking a calm view of the thesituation tilestuation thesitUation I
situation and while business at th thards the theards theards
> ards will undoubtedly show a falling taUlnsit
j f it is b believed Ileved that receipts and andshipments andstipments andsrments
shipments will by no means come to tostandstill a a5lndstlll
standstill at the yards and th the supply supplyWill upplywOlI supplyL
L Will be sufficient to take care of the thelocal thelocal theI
I local and eastern demand
Hope For Arbitration ArbitrationArbitration ArbitrationArbitration ArbitratIonArbItration
Arbitration may bring about aboot aboottifIDEn a set settiemen settLtrnen
tiemen of the strike but late tonight tonightthere tQDtghtthfre tanightI
thfre was little evidence evldeR that either eitherside eithersdt eitherside
side intended to make cay ny l y further ad adances 41anCes adw
w < ances The packers said they were wereimping wereIing wererAng
imping rAng to hear from an arbitration pro proposal proosal proposal ¬
I posal osal contained onU ned In a letter sent to the theunionists theU theuqcnIsts
unionists U i TIIsts > In reply r ply to the notice of the thes theike
s riko order sent out last night The Thestrike TJaesrikp TuesrAk
strike leaders say 5ft y th they y do not Intend IntDdtl
11 t ronsider that proposition as it w Wa8 wnesbntted a aeafcTntted
eafcTntted 6 before the strike was called calledWhat calledV calledWhat
What V hat promised for a moment to de decip de deuJ dolp
uJ cip lp into a riot was nipped in the bud budat buclat budt
at t midnight while cots were being bei un una unI fluakd
I a aled Icd from wagons to be used Jay non nonM nonn
M i < j n > men inside the packing houses housesA
A large b i rge crowd of peope peo e had congre congrejtrd eongrej congreitd
j itd < jtrd across the streets and as soon soonthe soonthe
9 the t hp work of unloading commenced commencedrjsh coanmencedr
rjsh r ulilh was made to overturn the theagons the1gons theg1ts
agons Policemen frustrated the at atruj attlt atpt
ruj tlt t however and placed three of ofringleaders ofn ofringleaders
n > ringleaders under arrest t The rest restv
v c the t hE crowd was dispersed dl r after much muchc
L ffculty ffcultyFIGHTING ulty ulty1r
j fflultyFIGHTING
1r FIGHTING REDUCTION BBDTTC7EIONStatement REDUCTIONStatement 11BDUQTIOStatement
Statement of the Strikers Regarding Regardingthe
the Trouble Troublefi
fi rafii9e r JlMJ pose N Y Jrty IS 12Henter Hewer IX IXi D Dll DI
i U of c t this city secretary and treasurer treasureri
i the International Meat Cutters CuttersI
I hers h h Ts union said today todayur todayfur
< fur ur contract with the packers which whichu whichfor
u s for a year expired f in Jane We W then thent
t the representatives of the B BI g S Six StxmereDe Sixi x xi
i i nferci3ie mereDe > < nd offered to renew the thej
i j 4 mtract with Its scale of wages ges in inc in8ixt
4 c sixtyeight 8ixt eiAttt different departments dpartmentsoTpacking of ofpacking i ipacking
< packing busioeaa a This ft the packers packersused paeknUSEd packersU
used to do They wanted to cut down downwages doIlwagfS downvtges
U wages of the common laborer as ast asalled
t v j railed it i This virtually meant that thatv thatwould thatwould
v would reduce reuuce the wages of 35 per perif peri I
i if 1 i r of their employee employesThf
Thf rh union refused to aceept these thesett thes6j thestflj
tt tl11S rs and flj Ute U e matter was placed before beforetl fore forett
tl incals for a aleferendute referendum vote It re reE re Fes
s t d unanimously against accepting the thet theof 1
t TTIS 1 < of r the > packers paakeraifce packers2e ers I
the 2e statements that haye e been made madet
r t t h effect that we weare are nesting tjag far a ashop ar ashop
< r shop and an increase In la a wage are aretrue arerllf areWe
true rllf We are asking for f r neither The Thestandard TheE
standard E t nrlam wsruld mean an increaseK increaseKn JDcre in ini >
n isres i PS in some parts but ft itwouJcl would ales aJIIor tee teerv
r rv an tf 0 a cocraspondlngdecrease COu cocrespondlug 8pond1ngd decrease in Iiit w weea weeaI weeaher
4 her t departments 4 ef the pac pacKansas Packing PackingZansas
1 scs
Kansas City OityXen Ken Out OutKansas Outnsas Outi
i Kansas nsas sas City JJo lo July li 1l1t Eight thou thouE
I f i meat cutters butdlters and cI others othersfixated othersroHatrd othersr
fixated r ated with the Amalgamated AJlll Meat Meatt Meatrtfrs MeatI
t rters Butcher Workmens union unions
s uniting 1 lting the entire forces in these de deimts M Mrurnts dciirnts
I imts Inthe In the six bit packing plan plairstruck plan1Tf piantrr
1Tf rr struck today As a result all tl tljirts t tr the thei
i jirts r 1rts are shut down and 12 1JOO 00 employes employesi
i th tic various departments are affected affectedsf affectedF
sf s out or affected by the strike of o the theIT ther ther
F IT r it t rutters and butchers are distributed distributedSLZ distributedfc1Iows
SLZ follows Armour SJNh Swift 2 233by JSN JSNJ3by
1 < 33by 25CO 2 2 SchwaraHciMld Suisberg Suisbergcr Somber Somberoo
cr Joov oo Fowler tM J1 Ruddy BroK BIOfStrike BroiStrike IT ITStrike
Strike at St Joseph JosepiS osephI
S Joseph J 084 Mo July 12 1MOIe More than tbaar
r W II > employee of Swift CoM Co Nelson Mor Mori Mort3
i t3 s 8 Co and iid the Hammond HamMOadpany Packing Packtast Packingany
I t < npany pany any IB I South St Joseph went out outttik outt
V ttik t ik at noon today and the thefred plants plantst
IL t fred lo ed down The strikers are a order ordern ord ordi
i n I4 < i there has been no attempt or dew dewr deIBtration
r tration of any kind Many of toe toerrikr tilefhikrs thertkrs
rrikr congregated about headquarters headquartersif
if I the t p packing trades tTad council counclIS and din dtess4
h ss4 S i the situation among themselves themselvesItsut tbeI IIeIYGbut uemeeivesbut
but TOO 00 men employed in the yards yarda6l of
It Pays to Be Particular ParticularIn
In Teas Utah People are areParticular areParticular
Particular They Always AlwaysDrink AlwaysDrink
Drink Tree Tea TeaT
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the packing houses and many employed employedpany
fey the stecksoutfs rtpaQt s npaiiy are e thrown thrownout tntowttout tiuownAt
out by the strike strikeAt strIkeAt
At East St I Louis LouisEast LouisEast uis uisEast
East St Louis Ills Jiily J Jt1i lsr li JAt At noon noontoday I oontoday noontoday
today more than 5000 butchers and cut cuting euters cuttern
tern ers emp employed loye4 by the he packing houses here hereIItOpped herestepped
stepped w work rk QfficinIs 1 OC Bast st St Louis LeuspacKing Louispddng
pacKing 1Iouses declare tare that they ar are will Wft1ing willing
ing to discuss the demands made by the thebutcher Utebutcblll thebutchers
butcher and cutters The men quit work workvery workquietly workry
very ry quietly and there were no disturb disturbances disturba disturbanees ¬
ances a when they left the stock yards VrdsWhile yardsWhile
l
While I the authorities did not anticipate antfctoateany anticipateany te i iany
any trouble precautions were taken tak Sav Savend sov sovera 5evera
era end additional al patrolmen were stationed stationedon
on the beat nearest t the stock yards yardsOmaha yarisOm yardsOmaha I
Omaha Om ha Affected AffectedOmaha AffectedOmaha
I
Omaha Neb July 11 12At At m nenn > m today ted y
4009 employee of the four packing p houses housesat i
at South Omaha laM down their tools and andwent andwent
went out on strike The Thopackine pack packaffected Hic plants pIaJISaffected plantsaffcted
affected are those of f Armour Swift t Cud
the Omaha company
The strike is the res result K of aa order re received reo reocflved received ¬
ceived from Second Vice Iee President Preeld nt Vail Vailof Vallof Vailof
of the Amalgamated Meat t Cutters CuttersuBtchers CuttersuBtrhers
uBtchers union sad affects practically pracUcalbevery
every man employed t1ftplo In the packing p eklDg
houses es skilled and unskilled unskilledrt un unskilledteiis ki ed edExte
Exte teiis s to Texas TexasFort Texasort
Fort ort rt Worth Tex Te July 12 lBetweeD lBetweeDal Between 400 400and
al and d 580 men Including in ludln butchers butcb rs meat meatcutters meateatters stoatcutters
cutters and cellar men employed em Ye4l at Ute tnepacking thepecking
packing plants of Armour and Swift Swiftstruck
struck today JThe he e men say they know
little of the controversy between the union unionand valoRand
and the packers They are simply obey ¬
hag the orders of the union unionShutDown unionShutDown unionShutDown
ShutDown at Sioux City CitySioux CitySioux CitySioux
Sioux City lty la July 12 lAbo About t 1DW men
in the Cudahy Packing plant here obeyed obeyedthe obeyedthe
the order to strike ke The plant was forced forcedto fO for forto
to abut down Business at the 5t stock stockyards teckyards
yards te at a stoadetili as a result re ult ultliB
liB
TO DEVELOP OIL FIELDS FIELDSCentral FIELDSI FIELDSCentral FIELDSCentral
I
Central Wyoming to Build Line LineFrom LineFrom LineFrom
From Orin Junction to toLander toLander toLand
Lander LanderThe Land er erru
The ru Central Wyoming road will be begin 8e 8egbi begil ¬
gin work within the next month on a aline 8fine aline
line from Oria 0cm Junction to Lander LanderWyo LaDderWyo LanderWyo
Wyo forttfce tor the purpose e of opening up upthe upthe
1 the oil fields flel in that section of the tb state stateaccording stateaccordln stateaccordIng
according accordln to Cetooel CeIoqel Harrison Power PowerTmanaging Powermanagin Power Powermanaging
managing < director of the International Internationalfinance Intema InternationalFinance tlonal tlonallIaance
finance association which is placing placingthe placIiIgthe placingthe
the bonds for the project He was in inthe Inthe Inthe
the city yesterday yt > en route to Wyoming Wyomingto
to inspect the proposed line and to look lookover lookover lookover
over the Wyoming oil Ilelde Speaking Speakingof
of the new line and the erf if fields Col Colonel Colonel Cotend
onel end Power said saidBy sakiBy saidRy
By the lit of January 1905 we will willhave willhave willhave
have the road in operation from Orin OrinJunction OrinJunction OrinJunction
Junction to the Salt Creek oil fields fieldswhere fieklawbere fieldswhere
where 1560M 151 acres of oil 0I1laoo land are wait waiting waatIn waiting ¬
ing In to be fully developed The entire entireline enUreJlne entireUne
line and branches should be finished by bythis bythis bythis
this time next year We will have a amileage amileage amileage
mileage of 375 mites the main line from fromOrin frontOne
Orin Junction to Lander being beln 239 23 miles milesIn milesIn milesin
In length There will be two chief chiefbranches chiefbraDch chiefbranches
branches one fiftyfive miles long 109 hav having havIrw haying ¬
ing its northern terminus at Salt creek creekin creekIII creekIn
in the oil fields and the other running
from the main line ninety miles north northto
to Thermopolis ThermopolisOver ThermopoUsOvtr
Over 4SISI 4 Me more mo acres of oil lands landsJ landsyielding landsyielding
yielding J Idin fuel oU will be develoDed south
of Lander besides the lSiOM 10IOacres acres of oflubricating oflubricating
lubricating oil in the Salt Creek dis district district district ¬
trict We will be able to maintain the theline theJlne theline
line at an immense profit from this thissource thissource thissource
source atone a In addition we are prom promised promiRd prommed ¬
med a freight frei < ht business of SM900 sheep sheepa s e P Pa
a a year and immense Imme quantities of cat cattle cattle cattie ¬
tle by the cattlemen cattlemenThe cattlemenThe cattlemenThe
The Duke of Somerset is the head of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the association and other prominent prominentmember prominentmemberg prominentmembers
member are Count Michel Esterhazy EsterbazPrlnee
Prince Frederick Carl Hohenlohe HohenloheCount HohenloheCount
Count Bella Ztehy and a number of ofother ofother ofother
other French German Austrian Au and andBelgian andBelgian andBelgian
Belgian noblemen noblemenSLUGGED noblemenSLUGGED noblemenSL1JtGED
noblemena a
SLUGGED AND ROBBED ROBBEDUnconscious ROBBEDUnconscious OBBEDw OBBEDUnoonscious
w
Unconscious White Man Mtpl ITpund 9Wd Bat Battered Battered 3attered ¬
tered on Head on Franklin PranklinAcrenue PranklinAcrenueLying Avenue AvenueLying Av nue nueLYinc
Lying unconscious unconfeiOus from a blow on the I
back of the head which hid inflicted an ugb uglygash ugbasIt
gash asIt h Decides es a a large e bruise an unknown unknownman uDkRowntmla unknownman
man was found last night tbout II IIoclock noeJoek IIoclock
oclock in the rear of Joseph Deveys Deveysblacksmith Deyeysblacksmith
blacksmith shop 11 Franklin avenue The Themans TheJRUIs Themans
mans pockets were turned inside out
He had evidently fce been n knocked down and androbbed alHlrobbed androbbed II
robbed A club about three feet long and andthree anetthree andthree
three Inches In diameter was found not notfar ottar notfar
far from where the man lay senseless senselessstained senselesestained
stained with blood It is believed to toe toethe betbe hethe
the weapon used which Inflicted the j I
wound woundAbout woundAbout GundAbout j I
About 11 oclock last night a colored coloredman coloreduan
man met Offficcr Lincoln at the head of ofFranklin orFranklin ofFranklin I
Franklin avenue and showed 8ho the officer officerwhere oUkerwhere officerwhere
where he had stumbled onto a man a few fewminutes fewmlnutN fewminutes
minutes before whom be supposed was wasdrunk 8S 8Sdrunk s sdrunk
drunk When Officer Lincoln picked the theunconscious theanrolMClous theunconscious
unconscious man up he discovered the thewound thewoand thewound
wound on th the hack of the bead which whichhad whichhad whichhad
had been bleeding freely The officer saw sawthat sawtbat sawthat
that from the position po tion tb t the man was in inthat intbat Inthat
that It was Impossible lm oesJbIe to receive the thewound thewound thewound
wound from a fall lie immedlatt ly tale telephoned tekpho talephoned ¬
phoned pho Tor the patrol and the man InMntaken was wastaken w wtaken
taken to the emergency e hospital ho at the tltecity thecity
f city jail The premises were Marched
was mo o trace trace or n nperpetrators the theperpetrators
perpetrators of the crime could be found foundIt foulldIt
It ia believed ued by the ponce that the man manhad 1118 manhad
had been lying there unconscious for some sometime sometime OiflC OiflCtime
time timeAt timeAt timeAt
At the police > station n the man mat > wound woundwan woundwa woundwas
wan wa dressed by City Physician jdaft Charles P PWJlcox FVllcox P PWilcox
Wilcox After a careful examination of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the bruise be said he h dM net think his hisskull hisskull hisskull
skull had been fractured and that the theman theman theman
man would recover He h ftt44 been drink drinkIng drinklug
lug When he had regained conscious consciousness consciousseas ¬
ness he h irii fell into a ah stupor and rln In h his dazed dazedcondition dezedconditioa O OcoaditJoa
condition was unable to tell hte name nameMANY nameD nameMANY
D IIIIt IIIItMANY
MANY GOING GOI GO1NGOVER G OVER CUTOFF CUTOFFShortIine CUTOFFShort CUTOFFShort4ine
ShortIine Short Short4ine ine to Run Big Excursion to toMidlake toMidlake todidlake
Midlake Sunday SundayIt SundayIt
It is expected that over 3MT persons personswill penonwill personswill
will avail themselves es next Sunday Sunda of ofthe orthe ofthe
the opportunity to see the Lucin cut cutoff cutoff cuto ¬
off o by going up on the Short Line ex excursion excursion cxeursian ¬
cursion train It win leave tea Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity LakeCity
City at > oclock and run direct to toMidlake toMldlake toMidlake
Midlake a distance dl of about lie 1 miles milesfully milestulb milesfully
fully half of which will 111 be on the new newSouthern newSouthern
Southern Southern Pacific track built across aci the thelake thelake thelake
lake lakeA lakeA lakeA
A stop of about fortyfive minutes minuteswin udlutteswill
win be made at Midlake 1f1dlakewhea when the train trainwilt trinwill I I
will return to Promontory point After Aftera
a atop there it will lit continue cO tlnue Its jour journey journty jourkv ¬
ney kv back b cr to thin city cityiSADORE citycr cityISADOREMARKS
cr crISADORE
iSADORE ISADOREMARKS MARKS DIES DIESPenner DIESFormer DIESFormer
Former Ogden Business Man Sue ¬
cumbs to Apoplexy ApoplexyIsadore ApoplexyIadoN ApoplexyIsadoce
Isadore > Marks who was for a number numberof tof
of years connected with the Smith Smithitarks
Marks Goldsmith Clothing Cloth comsftay COIn of ofn
Odcn Jdflt > n died d last night of apoplexy at atresidence
hl residence M Seventh East EastTee EastTee
Tee deceased was pest master of We ¬
her lodge I P A M and was 59 5 years yearsof y yearsof rs
of age June 1 L 19M H He leaves a wife wifeand wifeand
and daughter The funeral will be heDOUDced an announced ainonuced ¬
nounced later laterEEANCE laterERANCE
laterII
II IIF1tANCE
EEANCE WILL USB FORCE POBCEPafte FORCEluly FORCEPIs
Pafte July 11 lThe The gaveniRMnt Is pre prejMuM prepnted
jMuM to adopt forcible measures steasur to tomauain toldahain toIuaiLa1n
mauain order In Morocco and carry out outthe OUtt outthe
t the plans for French supervision of the thecustoms theeuRfCtlRS thecustoms
customs Two cruisers are held in readi readiB readiaces
aces B to jBroceed to Morocco if irk irkOCCUJtl trouble troubleoccur troubleoccurs
occur France is acting in cooperation cooperationwith cooperstienwith eratlon
with the th sultan but t reports indicate that thatseme tlmtseine thatsome
seine of the tribes including the follow foliowlowers followowen followLowers
lowers of Rateun are seeking J g to prevent preventthe Keventt preventthe
the t carrying out of thre customs sneer sneervtsjon superlabs
labs which the sultan granted te toeus
France FraaeeCSt
eus eusNO CSt CStNO
NO CLUB TO JOUBDEBER JOUBDEBERNew
New York July H 1rIte The dead bodies bodiesof 1HJ les lesof
of George G F Abbott and William Van Va VaHell
Hellsierwere Hell HOIIOIOL ter were found today t y m a Brook Brooklyn BrookIn BrookJyn ¬
lyn Junk shop which apparently had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been set on fire rtr after the men were killed killedBoth klHedBoth killedBoth
Both men had been shot and their skulls skullsfractured akullsf18ftured skullsfractured
fractured Ibire i here is no cine to tae mur murderer murderer mardarer ¬
derer dererFIGHTING 5 5FIGHTING
FIGHTING EXTRADITION EXTRADITIONSt
St Louis July 12 1Habeas Habeas corpus pro pror proeeedins
r eeedins dIR were restituted today in the theInited thernfted theVnfted
Inited States circuit court by b Isaac c Bur Burpee Duror flurpee ¬
pee of Dawson Yukon territory who Is Isbelns labeing isbela
being bela held In St Louis Lou pending pend In g the ar arrival arrJftI arclyal ¬
rival of extradition paters IMf IOf tSfromUCU1 from th Can CanAdfcta Cann4inovFrnment
Adfcta n4inovFrnment g Wrnment nwnt Bnrgfta Buri was w anjSEted anjSEtednv argestedberwlnn ted tedn
berwlnn nv > n information furnTslira 11 by b Oscar OscarT sar sarTa
T Ta < Trnrrieau TI1J1T < lIu of Daw Dawscn > n who allogpd that
Bnrpfp entbezslei < i funds belonging to him bjmt
t
J > <
CLOUDBURST GLOUDBURSTlriEASTERN INEASTERNOREGON IN INEASTERN
EASTERN EASTERNOREGON OREGON OREGONTwo
4 4Two
Two Aged People Drowned D owned in inthe inthe inthe
the Raging Waters WatersPROPERTY Vate s st sP
4 4PROPERTY t
PROPERTY P OPERTY LOSS IS HEAVY HEAVYWEA HEAVYWEA
4 4WEATHEB
WEATHEB WEA ± i CONDITIONS TJ1T TJ1TTJSTTAI UNUSUAL ONUSUAL
TJSTTAI USUAL THIS Y5EBAB Y5EBABPortland YYJlARPortJaRd
4 4Portland
Portland Ore JUly K 1A A special specialdispatch specialdispatch ial ialdlspate1t
dispatch to the Telegram egnu t1rom from Fossil Fossilin
in Wheeler counTy gives meagre JDeagJlepar JDeagJlepartleuIars par particulars particulam
ticulars of a a cloudburst cIou burst accompanied accompaniedby
by lose of life and great damage to toproperty tproperty toroperty
property occurred o urred near Mitchell In InWheeler InWheeler InWheeler
Wheeler county couty last night Two lives liveswerelost I liveswerelost es eswereJost
werelost Mrk Mr Bethune a woman aged
90 years and Martin Smith aged 91 91years 91years 1 1yent
years being being sw swept pt away aw In the flood floodand floodand floodand
and drowned They were tOb old to toassist toaesist toamist
assist themselves t emselves to a place of safety safetyand safetyand safetyand
and were beyond the rescuje of stronger strongerpeople strongerpeople strongerpeople
people In all twentyeight houses in inMitchell In1Utehell InMitchell
Mitchell were destroyed and in addi addition addition addiflea ¬
tion several large barns b ms one contain ¬
inS thirty horses were swept away awayTerrific awayTerrific awayTerrific
Terrific Ban Raln Storm StormFrom Stonn StonnFrom StormProm
From the very ery brief dispatch re received receiv reeeivd ¬
ceived ceiv d at Fossil over the telephone telephonefrom telephonefrom telephonefrom
from Mitehell It Is learned l ett that a ter terrific terrifle teiriflc ¬
rifle rain mlnstonn storm occurred occurre1 In the moun mounta4ns mountains tuountalus
talus back of Mitchell yesterday even evenrIng eening evenlag
Ing causing Bridge and Mill creeks to tobecome tobecome tobecome
become bankfnM and overflowing over owins the thelowlands thelowlands thelowlands
lowlands along their courses STh The two twocreeks twocreeks twocreeks
creeks unite several hunderd yards yardsabove yardsabove yardsabove
above Mitchell and the converging of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the rushing waters created a wall of ofwater ofter ofwater
water ter twenty feet high which swept sweptdown sweptdown sweptdown
down toward Wheeler in a mad rush rushsweeping rushsw rushsweeplng
sweeping sw n everything before it Flght FlghtIng FllhtJog Flghtlug
Jog its way through the residential residentialportion resIdentialportion I Iportion
portion of the town it swept more than thana
a score 5 of houses from its path and andThough andPAssed andpassed I
PAssed on to Ute 1olaD18 beyond beyotuLThough I IThough
Though the warning of the floods com ooraing comIngw centtog
tog Ingw was s brief the inhabitants were werearoused w wprearoused rEf rEfaroused
aroused to their danger in sufficienttime sufficient sufficienttime I Itime
time for most of them io reach r high highland highland i i1and
land out outo of harms way front the flood floodSo floodSo
So far as known all but two of the in inhabitants tohabitants hihabitants ¬ I
habitants escaped aped but the future may mayreveal mayreveal
reveal the loss of several lives livesHeavy IIY IIYlIeavy livesEeavy
Heavy Property Loss Loss1he LossThe
The flood fortunately swept down downon 1 1on
on the town at a time when many of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the people were in the business sec section aectlon seetion ¬
tion otherwise the lose of life would wouldhave wouldLave wouldtae
have been much greater The prop property proplty property ¬
erty loss 10 will he heavy out It is im impossible Itilpossible impossIble ¬
possible with the few details at hand handto nd ndto
to estimate with any accuracy the thefinancial tbeAnan thefinancial
financial Anan Ial losses caused by y the Hood HoodWheeler JIoodWheeler floodWheeler
Wheeler county is in the center of a agreat alIeat agte8
great gte8 cattle range range country Mitchell Mitchellh
h hJ i the second town of importance Iml lt nce in inthe Inthe Inthe
the county It has a population of ofabout fabout otabout
about 35 it 6 and 1Kl does a thriving business businessa
a vast extent of country being tribu tributary tributary tributary ¬
tary to it It Fossil the county seat seat is isthe fstheprincipal istheprincIpsJ
the theprincipal principal commercial Jal center centerIiHGHTY eenterMIGHTY centerNIGHTY
MIGHTY RUSH OF WATER WATERPeople WATERPeoPle WATERPeople
People at Heppner Moved to Higher HigherGround HigherGround RigherGround
Ground in Time TimePortland TimePort1and TunePortla
Portland Portla d Ore July Jul 12 u A special 5pec 1 to tothe tothe tothe
the Oregonlan from Heppner H ppnei Ore Oresays OreS3s Oresays
says saysA
A big electrical storm accompanied accompaniedby
by a terrific terrJ c rain occurred here last lastnight J Jnight lastnight
night A great downpour of rain com commenced commenced coinmenced ¬
menced a little before S oclock and andcontinued andcontinued andcontinued
continued for an hour The people Mv Mvint nvlng living
int lng on the flats of Willow creek moved movedto m movedtc ed edt9
to tc higher ground and at 1 18 oclock oclockrush oclockrush a arish
rush of water with a tremendous tremendousClime JUST JUSToame yearodme
Clime down the Willow Creek canyn canynand canytfti canytftiand canyiand
and in the blackness of the night many manypeople mBII mnsypeople
people were alarmed in fear of another anotherflovtd anotherflood anotherfiend
flood Outside of washing out a few fewbridges fewbrtiges fewbrLges
bridges the damage dama e was small in Heppner Hepp Heppner Heppncr ¬
ner However there was considerable
Jn the country by the flooding of alfalfa alfalfafields alfalfafields t telds
fields elds and the washing away of hay hayalong haralong
along the Willow W lUow and Hinton creek creekbottoms creekbottoms creekbottoms
bottoms bottomsThe bottomsThe bottomsThe
The great flood of last year cleared clearedout cleuedout clearedout
out the channel I of Willow creek a 8 > that thatthe thatth thatthe
the th stream can now carry a great grse4 vdume vd v41ume
ume urn e of water without t OUtdOIRg doing nrtuiSh nfU2rdam nfU2rdamage tJam l1amag
age ageThe ag I
The railroad bridge between here and andHeojiner andHeRPlier andHeppner
Heojiner Junction was damaged 4hrma te tesome tosome
some extent Xtent and the train was unable unableto I
to make the regular run but will be berunning berunning berunning
running regularly tomorrow tomorrowCONTINUOUS t tomorrowCONTINITO1JS morrow morrowCONTINUO
CONTINUOUS S RAINS RAINSUnusual RAINSUnusual j jUnusual
Unusual Amount of Precipitation in inEastern inEastern inRastern
Eastern Oregon OregonPortlandt OregonPortland OregonPort1and
Portland Ore July 12 1During During the thest thepast
PAst st week or t ten da1s stern OreJon I
has beenthe been the scene of many cloudbursts cloudburstsand el I Iand
and rains Ins of unusual character Farms Farmshave Farmshave
have been flooded in several sections sectionsand sectionsa sectionsaiid 1
and a C great damage has Yeulted Te U1ted Wheat WheaxandIrult Wheatandrult Wheatnud
andIrult nud fruit crops have aV e been n entirely or orpartially orpartially I
partially destroyed and in the k low lowlends w wlands I It
t lands alfalfa crops have been > eeet ruined ruinedThe ruinedThe I
The cattle counties have been particu particularly particularly particularly ¬
I larly unfortunate In this regard ragarCand ragarCandstockinen and andstockmen andstockmen
stockmen report a condition of affairs affairswhich affairswhich
which gives cause for some anxiety anxietyespecially a anxietyespecially xlety xletyespeciall
I especially if the phenomena continues
But on the other hand h nd cattle will be begreatly begreatly begreatly
greatly benefited by b the rains in some BOme3eCtions somesections j
sections where feed on the ranges es had hadbecome hadbecopie
beco become e short owing te the unusually unle 1Iy
dry summer summerI
I One at Pendleton PendletonPendleton PendletonPendleton PendletonPendleton
Pendleton Ore July 12 1A A cloud cloudburst cJo cloudburst ctI ¬
burst occurred on Birch creek above abovePilot abovePIlot abovePilot
Pilot Rock this county last a t night nightoverflowiuff nightoverflowing
I overflowing 0oer o11tl the town and damaging
farms along the creek bottom No NoHves Nowere Noltveswere
Hves ltveswere were lost so far fa r as known knownj kJtOWRMany knownMan
j Many Man Waterspouts Waterspoutsery
t I La Grande Ore JUIYlN Jhly IearIy b ev evt
1 ery day da for ten days waterspouts have haveoccurred haveoccurred haveoccurred
t occurred la Waflowa Wa owa county doing d lng
damage to buildings and roads One Oneor Oneor
or two tw house were carried away in inthis Inthis Inthis
this canyon The Imnaha district dt ttict of ofWallowa ofWailowa C CWallow
Wallow county received reeetv d the worst in innictien Inmctlen infiction
fiction The waterspouts were were con confined ¬
fined principally to the more rugged niggedmountain ru ruggedmountain ged gedmountain
mountain districts districtsTwo dMtrletsTwo dItrICtSTwo
Two cloudbursts have occurred in inUnion InUnion
Union county in the last few days daysSAFETY daysea
a ea n nSAFETY 11 11SAFETY
SAFETY SACRIFICED SACRIFICEDThe SACRIFICED SACRIFICEDThe
The Result of Unwise Unwi Investment InvestmentIt
It is frequently the case particular particularly ¬
ly with people oC limited means that thatinvestment thatInvestment thatinvestment
investment is looked upon with a meas measure measUre messtire ¬
ure of distrust for the reasqn that peo people people peopie ¬
ple have before them the example of so somany 80maRV somany
many men who have lost thejr entire entirefortune entirefort entirefortune
fortune fort ne through speculattCln speculation This con condition condition condiLlon ¬
dition is quite natural nat ral though thou h a die distrust di6trU4t dietruat ¬
trust of speculation which hleh makes more morebankrupts morebenkrupts morebankrupts
bankrupts than bond owners should shouldnot sitouldnot shouldnot
not be permitted permtt to deter deterpeo people e from fromlegitimate fromlegitimate
legitimate investment tme t en a safe basis basisMcGurrin bastMcGurrln basisMcGurrln
McGurrln Co the investment bank bankers bankers bankccx ¬
ers are offering their ustomers an anopportunity anopportunity anopportunity
opportunity to become ome financially in indeperfdent indeperMent indeperhient
deperfdent They The can c do this because becausethe bt becausethe eause eausethe >
the securities they have the kind they theyare theyre
are = re willing to hold for themselves and andwhich andblch andhlch
which blch they can confidently recommend j
to patrons For this reason they are ar arprepared areprepared i iprepared
prepared to positively tlveI guarantee in iiiterest j I
terest on any amount placed with them themat I i iat
at the high rate of 6 per cent interest interestNo j I
No man or woman is too old to take takeadvantage i iadvantage
advantage of this if be or she has hassaved i isaved
saved up UPSOlQe some means or is earning earningsalary a a581an j
salary Absolute safety and the high higheat highest I Ioot
eat rate of interest consistent with withsafety withSilfety withspfety
safety is the double guarantee they theymake theymake theymake
make Practically ai fortunes are built builton builton j
on the basis b slsM of mxineysaved rq 4oneysavedancl ney vedand and prop PrD properly j
erly ty Invested = and many people ptQP e in Salt SattLake SaltLakeJlv SaltLakehave t
Lake LakeJlv ave made m eUIJ themselves eles financially fJ financiallycomfrtable j
oomflirCaplet comt comfrtable rft11 > le b by y this th means lnenne meansn meansSports IICtlbJ i iSports
n e It ItSportscontpsts
Sports Sportscontpsts contests and go goml ov1 < vl time Mac Maccabee Maccabce
cabcE day Friday FrHa li 1 Saltair Saltalrcf f
cf i
GERMANY GE MANY IS NOT NOTYET NOTYfTISOlAIEO NOTYETISOLATEb
YET YfTISOlAIEO YfTISOlAIEOt YfTISOlAIEOArbitrationire ISOLATED ISOLATEDArbitration
4 4Arbitration t
Arbitration Arbitrationire Treaty ty Signed SignedWif Wifh WifhGreat WifhGreatBritain r rGr
Great Gr GreatBritain GreatBritainBRITISH atBrit Britain BritainBRITISH n nB <
BRITISH B ITISH PEOPLE SURPRISED SURPRISEDCOKSEBVATIVB SURPRISEDI SURPRISEDCONSE1tV
4 4CONSERVATIVE I
CONSERVATIVE CONSE1tV ATIE ORGANS < G ABE ABBGBEATLY RB1lt ABEGREAFLY
GBEATLY 1lt GREAFLY < fLY DISPLEASED DISPLEASEDLbnfldn DISPLEASEDL D Dt
Lbnfldn t L 1 riddn dn July J ly 13 lTHe The aavouaeement aavouaeementthat amaou announoementthat ment mentthat
that an arbitration treaty between Ger Germany Germany Gerlitany ¬
many and and Great G tIrttaln Britain Ilrttaln was signedyes signedyesterday si Signed ed yesf esl
terday te ay by Foreign Minister nllt ter Lansdowne LaJI Lansdowneand wne wneand
and nd fount nt WoIffM VolffMetternleh Volt r tternk the German Germanambassador OtrDJ811Ambagsador GOrmanhunbarsador
ambassador comes c meg as as a complete And not notaltogether notaUegethar notaltogether
altogether plenjmnt Jl nt surprise to the Eng ¬
lish press and public It was w s against againstsuch againstsuch
such suchal 4u a agreement that the Spectator Sp tGt and andother udother andother
I other powerful organs urged 1Irg the govern government governmmt governmeat ¬
meat prior to > King Edwards visit to toEmperor toEmperor o oEmDeror
Emperor William at Kiel By the papers paperswhich PRperswhi paperswhich
which whi h echoed that tb t warning th the news esor esorthe orT orTthe otthe
the feigning of the arbitration treaty Vis VisSwallowed isJi8Uowed Ja JahwalPived
Swallowed cither with palpable dislike or orwith orwith orwith
with ill concealed disappointment disappointmentThe IH IHThe
The only wholesouled appreciation appreciationcomes apprtCIaUontOmes appreciationcomes
comes curlousfo curjou b enough enOl h from > pposrUoffc pposrUoffcpapers ppostUopapers i ipapers
papers The Daily News thb governj govern governmerits
ments most bitter opponent warmly COIl COIlmatulnt coilgratulates I i igratulates
gratulates s Kin King Edward on Ids latest latestuhlavement ItcZiachtarement
uhlavement uhl etn nt The Chronicle ana andLeader the theLeader th thLeadar
Leader follow fOJ low suit while v ilC such a stan stauijj stauniq stauniqmouthpiece Jeteslt Jetesltuhl n nmouthpleco
mouthpiece of the thegovernmd1t government a as thj th thTelegraph
Telegraph Tele ph expresses the belief b UEf thatfh thatfhAngloGerman that thatthCAngloGernan th i iAn
AngloGerman An loGermnn treaty treat cannot compr complT inj IfAI IfAIim if ifimportiuco
importaijee im Ortallce with the th convention conOfudea conOfudeawith conhiftidetwith ii iiwith
with Franca FranceA 4
A similar mf mtthod thod of evading critieiam crltf 1 1Ursued I Ipursued Inursued
pursued by < the Standard but the thefrankly thefrankly thefrankly
frankly deserta the government charajg tha thaterjzln chara charatensing
tensing terjzln Lord Lansdownes latest dipo3 dipo3matin dip dipmatJ dipm dipmmann
mann stroke as a policy of unsettled unsftUNlcvlcUons cenpl cenplvictions cen cenvlction
victions and of promiscuous promscuoua amStbUlty
The Mail Ian and other papers accentuate aceentuatccthe lCCftwatthe accentuatethe
the fact that the agreement Is very lim limited limited lamited ¬
ited in inseoJ scope and deals with minpr ml rmat rmattent mat mattera mattare i
tent > Jhe rhe Mall declares decl res there unhappily unnappliyIs j i
is no indication whatever un n the part of o oGeimanv ofterman I
dfermany terman of such an amicable deposition depositionas d diiposltionasexhlbited OposltionSexhlblted
asexhlbited as exhibited by b France and adds that If Ifonly Ifonly
only on German naval progress were re reduced re reiIuced relucd
duced could both governments be ton tonkratulaled tonra tongratniaLod
kratulaled ra ull ed on the arrangements arrnng 1ents
Trance May Suspect SuspectEsfcecyU SuspectEsbeeLtlstress SuspectEsPeelstress
EsfcecyU EsbeeLtlstress EsPeelstress stress is Isgiven given to the editorial editorialon < dltorlalon
on theprlorlty the rlorlty of the AngloFrencbgr AngloFrencbgrment AngloFrenchagreement agree agreemont
ment by b tbg th fact that almot the moment momentwhen momentwhen mouieiitwhen
when Lord Lansdowne and Count Wolff WolflMetternlchwere WolffMetternichwere VoltlIettemlch
Metternlchwere Iettemlch wcre signing the document dOcum nt at atthe atthe atthe
the foreign f relgn office 0Clce3L 3L 3 Cambyn Cambn the French Frenchambassador FrenchftmltAs5adortPGrtI8t FrenchsmbassadortpGreat
ambassador ftmltAs5adortPGrtI8t XfuGreat Britain was laying layingthe layingthe layingthe
the last stonfrf the new pier atFolk atFolkstone at atFolkstone Folk Folkstone
stone There the French ambassador ambassadormade 1mbaSsadormade ambassadormade
made a speech sJ e h In which he declared he hewas hes hawas
was s cementing the good fellowship and andfriendship andfriendship andfriendship
friendship of the two nations created by bythe bYthe brthe
the AngloFrench treaty treat These expres expressionsare exprestIlens expreselena ¬
sionsare elena are used with much effect in the theeditorials theeditorials theeditorials
editorials of the government organs in inorder Inorder inorder
order to offfset the fear not expressed expressedexcept eXIJres5 eXIJres5except expressedexcept
except by the Post that tne French pub public publie publie ¬
lie may min entertain in view wf the present presentdevelopment presentdevelopment presentdevelopment
development grave doubts of British sin sincerity sincerity sincerity ¬
cerity in the recent CambonLansdowne CambonLansdownetreaty
treaty treatyThe treatyThe treatyThe
The Telegraph undoubtedly voicing of official oCbll ofEficial ¬
ficial bll opinion here says saysEven saysEver saysEvery
Even person of common sense must mustrejoice mustrejoice mustrejoice
rejoice in the elimination of C petty pett fric friction friction friciion ¬
tion from the diplomatic intercourse of ofGreet orGr ofGreatBritain
Greet Gr GreatBritain Britain and any anyoPtr other great grt t powers powersWe powerssho powersWe
We should sho hi desire above abovealt all things thl a simi similar SImilar simimr ¬
lar arrangement with our kindred klnd the theITnlted theUnited theITnited
United States and there th re te nothing In the theworld theworJdto theworld
world worJdto to prove an anldcnU identical l agreement agreementwith agrfeIDentwith agreementwith
with Russia RussiaIn RugslaIn
In support supporto of its criticisms the > Post Postsays Postg Postsays
says g s that thll those who whoJyelcomc jvelcome the Anglo AngloFrench AngloFrench do doFrench
French treaty as a master mast stroke laid aidIItress laidstress laidstress
stress on the fact that it left Germany Germanyisolated Germanyisolated GermanyIsolated
isolated Xow an agreement with Ger Germany Gerl1IYY Ocrmany ¬
many and the presence of a German Germansquadron Germansquadron
squadron at Plymouth are ar proofs that thatGermany thatGermany
Germany is not Isolated IsolatedThe IsolatedThe isolatedThe
The Standard while not taking tile tnetreaty tiletreatt
treaty treat as an outcome of King lin Howards Howardsvisit dwurdav1sk
visit tPKte1 says it is an appropriate appropriatesequel appropdateseQuelj appropriateseQuel
sequel tfihtliat J t meeting 1
IfVitlfaifew WJtlf a l fewsuch w such ch sentences the th Standard Standardproceeds S Staandomcee4ir anl anljroc
proceeds jroc s ito t flllatc on the staWlitjiaml staWlitjiamladyaj itabhlityandyapcilgesipr tablJl and andYQ
adyaj YQ yapcilgesipr cSges SiPf < pr the AngloFrench AngloFlfJchel eMem eMemxiThe eeteetoPboTiniiltnakes iI iITlmesrmak
xiThe PboTiniiltnakes Times Tlmesrmak makes no comment on the theBOILERMAKERS theAngloGerrnnn
AngloGerrnnn n trt treaty > aty
S SBOILERMAKERSMAY W WBOILERMAKERS
BOILERMAKERS BOILERMAKERSMAY BOILERMAKERSMAYAID MAY MAYAID MAYAID
AID THE MACHINISTS MACHINISTSTopeka
Topeka To ka Kansas I anas July 12 1It It is slated slatedhere statedb tatedhere
here b r today apparently aPs1irent1 on th the best bestfoundation bsttoundatkm bestfoundation
foundation that the he boilermakers boiJrl ake18 on the theentire theentire theentire
entire Santa Fe system are to be called calledout calledout calledout
out on n a sympathetic strike July 15 None Noneof Noneof Noneof
of the t1 e high highoCficials officials of the boilermakers boilermakersunion bollennakersttiIon boilermakersiiIlon
union live in this territory t > and official officialconfirmation orftciafconfJrrnaUon officialc
confirmation c cannot be e obtained obtainedThe obtAinedE obtainedThe
The E e headquarters h of the > striking mach machinists machAl machniats ¬
inists Al ts In this city were w re closed today and andthe andthe andthe
the officials In charge left for Kansas KansasCity KansasCity
City CityKansas I
CityKansasC
Kansas KansasC City ty Mo MoJuly r July uly 12 1N laNothing Nothing Utlng IS ISknown isknown 8 8known
known dt the thethe na natlqnal al heAdquartJlS o Or Orthe I Itbe
the boilermakers aesocJatMHi R at Kansas KansasCity KUlfAS1 KUlfAS1l KansssCltv
City l Kansas regarding the rumored In lntentioR inlesSon 1 1t
lesSon t RtfOlt to call out the Santa Fe boiler bolJermakera boilermakers i
makera John McNeil Mc em grand president presideRtand presidentand
and organizer of the association is at atChattanooga atChattanooga I
Chattanooga J Tenn attending the usual U8IAlJfteetf usualmeeting
Jfteetf meeting of tneorder tlie order
Topeka Kansas KansasTul July 12 1V W S Stark Starkvho Starkwho Starkwho
who who has hail charge localy of the Santa 6 e emachinists emacblnlsts emachinists
machinists strike says the conditions of ofthe ofthe
the stock are perfectly satisfactory to tothe toOle tothe
the men The Santa Fols Fe 13 having much muchraore lIIochIDOt mmdlrilotu
raore trouble with its engines than it will willconfess wUlCORlesS Willconfess
confess he says Our bulletins from fromover tomov fromover
over ov r the road show the condition of things thingsjust thlJhSjllit thiiigsJust
just as they the are The report here to tothe totbettect tothe
the tbettect effect that the Santa S nta Fe boilermakers boilermakerswill
will be called caUedouton outon July K to not coh cohfirmed cohInned coltfirmed
firmed by local officials but there t re is fdltlpositlon a adisposition adisposition
disposition among the strikers to believe believeSATOIil believeit
it It
GIll GIllSATOLLI
SATOLLI AT ST PAUL PAULSt
St Louis July 12 12C lZterdhntl Cardinal rdfnal S SIItotlJ to1U ar arrived arrived ar1ved ¬
rived In St Paul today to vlsltareh vlsltarehleaivo vJslttrch vJslttrchbisl10p visit Arch Archli1shop
bisl10p Ireland until Friday WBe when4e aewtJI wilt wiltieawo
leaivo 1 for Duftith DUl th to take a steamer M mer trip triptoBuffalo triptoBuffalo triptQBUufaIO
toBuffalo
0 0RUMOR ee eeRUMOR
RUMOR FALSE FALSEMilwaukee j jMilwaukee
4 4nwaukee
Milwaukee July 12 12There 12There4 12There4appears There appears a ts to tobe tolie tobe
be absolutely no truth in the runuitr nlmbir nlmbirthe of ofthe orthe
the sale of the tl1 Wisconsin Central lines linesto linestothe to tothe tot
the t Chicago chtt go Milwaukee St Paul Hall Hallway Rallway Railway ¬
way company companyMANT1 companyMANTI
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MANT1 AND ANDRETURN RETURN 250 250Via 250Via 250Via
Via D B G Sunday July 17 17Grand 17Grand 17Crand
Grand outing for everybody eeryb dy Splendid Splendidchance Splendidchance Splendidchance
chance to see Sanpete and Sevier Seviercounties SeviercountIes Ier Iercounties
counties in harvesttlme harvest time Special train trainleaves train1e trainleaves
leaves 1e e Salt Lake 700 OO a m Final limit limitJuly limitJUly limitJuly
July 20 returning Special trains re return return return ¬
turn July 17 and 18 Everybody in invited intted insited ¬
sited
4 4oVER
OVER THE LAKE BY RAIL RAILExcursion RAILEXcursion RAILExcursion
Excursion Sunday Next NextSpecial NextSpecIal NextSpecial
Special train leaves Oregon Short ShortLine ShOrtL ShortL1n
Line L depot d pot 930 a m Sunday for Mid MidLake MidLake MidLake
Lake and andTetum return Round d trip only onlyUiO
150 Special returning will m arrive arriveSalt arrheSalt arriveSalt
Salt Lake 500 p m mMaccabees mi mIaccabees
i CD CDaccabees
Maccabees at Saltalr Friday li liBEPOBT l lREPORT I
ca caREPORT
REPORT DENIED DENIEDDenver j jDenver
Denver Colo Cob July 11 lQffldtWt Official of the theVestern theWestern 1
Western Federation Fcd > ralion of Minors deny the thereport therepart
report rep rt of the contemplated removal rt of the theINFANTS I
headquarters ot o the organization from fromts I
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Republican Convention ConventionDAWS ConventioniJ ConventionDAVIS
DAVIS iJ VJS EVIDENTLY NU IDENTLY FEARED FEAREDAPPABSHOMiY F FEAREDAPIIY RED
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1 his speeaftXfifo SIJ al ib ownpQtaryj PQ l1 chalrihan cl 1rman of ofti orI c ctJre
I ti tJre s Republican Repu 1icran state st t contention co coiru en eution oft which iyhfeh1aiet whichitet 1 eh eht
1aiet itet t h hero re r today said saidThe saIdTlte saidThe
The Democratic party p rty in its desire desireto
tQ capture this state state lias h nominated snomlntedfor nominatedfor
for vice president pre rd mt one ot of eur most nost fits distinguished fitsthigIshed ¬
tinguished citizens and the 10roIDOS 10roIDOSDem foromosDeln9erat oromost oromostDemocrat
Democrat Dem Crat > in this state but in Inthls this as asinm asIn a aInmost
inm In Inmost m4l Bt t everything e lJothing else the Democrats Democratsm DemCrutsI11fdle DemQcratsUllille
m I11fdle de a mistake Senator Davis to towhani
whani wham who I am so nearly near1 related re1at and for Torwham forhom
wham hom cherish I ch riSh feelings fee lngs of the highest highestjj9gardr highestgard
jj9gardr rgard gard admiration wnlratlonand and affection is a ai an aLn
i Ln n of qf affairs and an aI experienced experiencedftat experiencedt experiencedatil1n
ftat atil1n t sjaan an having havin served e 1ed his sthte sthtecreditably st sthteedItably te teedltnblY
creditably in the senate for r twelve twelveears twelveyearns
years yearns ears With these qualifications and andthis andthis
this i fitness fit1e he shpuld have been named namedttsr namedTitr
ttsr T the first place pl ce instead of a man manhout
flhout hout out a record and without business businessOjSpolItlcal busln businessOrpolitlcul 9
OjSpolItlcal I experience ex P erience W West estVIrginla Virginia Virginiaicdnnot Virginiannotbe
icdnnot nnotbc be beguiled egui1 d into giving Up pro prplectjan proanp proleetiort
lectjan and an l sound money to t make Judge JudgeParke j I
Parker president piesid nt nt even if by so doing doingthey doingthey i ithey
they make Senator Davis vice presi president president
dent I have not the slightest doubt doubtof f
df victory next nextNovember November There is no nogood i ichange
good reason why a Republican should shouldchange shouldchange i
change his vote on state stateand and national nationalpolitics nationalpolitics
politics but many man and weighty reasons reasonswhy reasonswhYhe reasonswhyjje
why whYhe he should not The Democracy of ofWest ofWest ofWest
West Virginia advocates the astound ¬
ing proposition should it come into intopower Intopower
power Irt J the th e state to disfrancTlise di sfraI 1Iise 15000 15000loyal 15000loyal 15000loyal
loyal colored Republicans and rob them themof themof themof
of the rights or citizenship guaranteed guaranteedby
by the constitution and for which whichmany whichninny
many manyof of them and their fathers fought foughtin I
in the war of otute the Union Republicans Republicansmust RepubUcansmu5tand Reiub1ieansmust I
must mu5tand and will resist this proposition propositionbecause propositionb propositionbecause
b because ause It is not only onl wrong in itself itselfbut i itselfbut lf lfbut
but unfair and unjust to a large body bodyof bodyot bodyof
of lawabiding worthy and industrious industriouscitizens IndnstrlouscltIzens Industrlouscltlzens
citizens citizensPresident cltIzensPresident cltlzensPresident
President Roosevelt has given the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people awise a wIse and pure administration anmInistrutionthat j I Ithat
that commends Itself to all of our pea people peapIe peepie ¬
pIe The president has SO commended commendedhimself commenjpdhlmfrelf commeztcedhimself
himself to the people that he t e has been beenrenominated beenrenominated beenrenominated
renominated without opposition and andwith andwith andwith
with him for vice president Charles CharlesWarren CharlpsVanen CharlesWarren
Warren Fairbanks one of pur our purest purestablest pur purestablest > st stablest
ablest most experienced and i1d conser conservative conservative conservative ¬
vative statesmen Under the leader leadership leadership leadership ¬
ship of these men me with a flag of pro protecftion protecWon protecMon
tecftion floatingTiigh 1loating 1igh over it it the Re Republican RepubHcan Republican ¬
publican party will triumph President PresidentRoosevelt PresidentRoose PresidentRooseveltalready
Roosevelt Roose Rooseveltalready a1talreadY already stands as one of the theremarkable theremarkable I Iremarkable
remarkable figures in our history He Hewalks HewalkS Hewalka
walks Landinhand lan inhand with destiny and andat andat andat
at times tirnes6eemingly seemingly compels It to do dohis dohis o obls
his bidding Tie T e American people will willnot willnot willnot
not turn away from him to risk ri k or fol follow l follow i iJaw ¬
low one untried man on an ambiguous ambiguousevasive ambiguoU2evasive ambiguousevasive
evasive and unAmerican platform platformThe platformThe platformThe
The Democratic platform says TVe Wedenounce TVedenounce e edenounce
denounce protection as a robbery of ofthe otthe ofthe
the many to enrich the few le leOn fewOn j
On the gold standard and sound soundnoneyquestions soundoneyquestio soundmppeyquestious
noneyquestions ns it is as S silent 1len t as the thegrave thegrave 1 1grave
grave Bryan prevailed and sound soundney soundnoney I Iinoney
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months The remains were taken to toLouisiana toLouisiana toLouIsiana
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latures of Montana and Idaho IdahoSEDUCTION IdahoREDUCTION IdahoREDUCTION
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daction of wages in the he cotton jnlUs or
fall River would be ordered to take ef ¬
feet fe t July 25 2 It is expected that the pro proMere proconed
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