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CAUSE CAUSEOF OF DELAYireat DELAY
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reat Britain and Russia Had HadCommenced HadCommenced HadCommenced
Commenced Negotiations NegotiationsILD
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Ft Petersburg July 17The Associ Associated ocled ¬
ated ed 1 Press is authoritatively informed informedat
c3t at 3 since the outbreak of th war wareither warlither warctLr
either Russia nor Great Britain Bdtaknposed has hasr
r posed negotiations looking to the theE the1tl thetthment
E ttlement 1tl rnent of pending ndtng questions between be he1lieen bit ¬
tween t seen the two countries at and d that con conEquentiy CODquntJy eonr
Equentiy r i jy the t report that Russia has hasi basIfj hMsJI
i Ifj ejected JI ctEd tI any overtures by Great Brit Britain Brltin BritI1 ¬
ain in I1 this direction is l a mistake mistakeThe mistakeThe
The 1 hf important fact however has de depinfnd de deP e evpinped
vpinped P i TEd from the Investigations made madeI
I 1 v the 1 i he Associated Press Pr that prior to totc toJutbreak totr
tc > outbreak of hostilities tentative ne nego ne negQltions nogq
gQltions go Cations for the adjustment of 01 long longstarding longstl longstadrg
starding stl ding differences between beotwtbe the two twoc twounri
c run unri W ries had actually begun but butwhetx butbeTI butlCi
whetx beTI Great Britains ally 113 became in invclved inIn jflcl
vclved In cl d in a war with Russia I the im imprfiriety imJtfI ImTI
prfiriety JtfI TI riet rLetv y of continuing the tb negotia negotiates negettaItna negetlatV ¬
tes tV V was as reoesniaed by both parties partiesand partiesQ1 partle9cp
and cp I by mutual agreement they were werej wereaiyurned were9A1
aiyurned 9A1 j > urned rned Since that th t time there has hasno has1r hasL
1r L no effort by either side to renew renewiituro reneWtlHm renectLL
iituro iituroi tlHm tlHmNeertheless tLL ItS
i Nevertheless rtheles it seems beyond ques quest
t on that t hat the diplomacy of both coun countries counYes counV ¬
tries V CS is striving to pave 1 ve the way to tojverd tod tot
jverd < d t in n entente at the close of the ther tbeaI thear
r ar In the meantime such indepen independent indepent ¬
dent E4 t questions as arise ise are being adjudi adjudit adjudfta
< ta t a in the best of spirit as witnessed witnessedin
in the sealing cases and in Great Gr t Brit BritBin BrItl1irs Britmr
Bin l1irs s graciously undertaking to act lor lorRussia torRussia or oru5Sta
Russia u5Sta In the protection of the seal sealfisheries sealfisheries sealheries
fisheries heries of the Kommander islands in inlering inI ini
lering I i ng sea Especially since the ar arTval arr arr
Tval r a1 a of Sir Charles Hardinge the theBritish theBr theBrtih
British Br tish ambassador whose special Tnls TnlsBirn mls61n misElm
Birn Elm is believed to be the cultivation cultivationcf
cf better relations in view V W of the ul uittrxa ultimate ¬
timate ttrxa entente there re has been a ne netireatiie DOIfable notieae
tireatiie amelioration ot antiBritish antiBritishtiment antIBritIsbrnent 1 1E
E timent u nent in Russia RussiaCHICAGO RussiaCHICAGO ea i iCHICAGO
CHICAGO SCENE SCENEOF SCENEOF SCENEOF
OF STRIKE RIOT RIOTContinued RIOTContinued RIOTContinued
Continued from Pace 1 1Is 15rifluenced
Is 5rifluenced Influenced by the effect e ect of the thestrike th thtrike thestrike
strike upon the transit tr companys companysSPEECH c cmpanysusnrs panys panyst1usinSs
t1usinSs t1usinSsSPEECH usnrs usnrsSPEECK
SPEECH BY DONNELLY iDONNELLYStrike DONNELLYStrike DONNELLYtrlite
Strike trlite Leader Looking Over the Situ Situation Situation Situatlon ¬
ation in St Louis LOuist
St t Louis July 17 17Thete There was no nocF noc noC
cF c t uge gt noticeable in the strike sttua sttuatii sltuain situat
tii t in 11 St Louis and East St Louis Louisjv Louisr Louisng
jv r king ng plants today to ay The engineers engineersand
and tI firemen were the only men em emryed emIyedabout emI
ryed Iyedabout I iI about the packing houses to totiay toW toMlhael toM
tiay W >
tiayMi Mi Mlhael M < hael Donnelly international pres preslitTit prosI
litTit 1 C1 t arrived from Chicago and spent spentirucia spentroach spentrri
roach of the day in conference in East Eastpr Eastr EastLouis
pr r Louis with strike leaders He ad adstd adc adsd
< std a mass meeting of strikers in inIjjst Inlst inr
Ijjst St t Louis eity hail Several thou thouf
j Ti r men Pit were unable un le to gain admit admittj
tj 1 I vr f President Donnelly received an anivatuin ant3
ivatuin t3 3 1 11 < Hs H HsaJtL HsaJtLV aid aaldVe aide
V Ve e shall never again a 11 enter into ar arl
1 tdion aiiou A t unless every man woman and anda an
4 11 a 1 who ho has been discharged or who whoj whout whoUt
j < ut on strike has been returned to totT totT totormer
tT > ir former position without preju prejua
a 4 e
attle I buyecs bU and aJ pther > ther er in ma who whoav wOOJ wOOJbeen
1 av been with the paeklAgtheusefr paekllgt1 paheuseororC u efOt efOtars for forjears
jears C irs have given up their jobs rather ratherfotn ratherb
fotn b I n fill the posltionSjOf po positions ltlonso of the strikers strikersi
i 1 we would be IngTate it we ae aef acany
< fl f I > ied t eq any plan or acquiesced eed in inpment any anyv anyment
v vfment ment which would not result in int Inimmediate
t r immediate reemployment of these theserii theseLt thesei
rii Lt who i ho have been faithful to us usStrike U8Strik9 usStrike
Strike Only Begun BegunThis BegunThis BegunThis
This strike Is only ont in Its infancy infancyIt
It l wil iii be the most gigantic in the his hfetuy hisry hisf
tuy ry of t the country since the coal coalEknke coalIi coalrke
Eknke Ii lke The meat strike affects every everyv eveljoiklngman
v oikingman 3 It enters into the per pernai pertJal perr
nai r i life of every home for meat is isa isa Isa
a absolute necessity necessityXo n sslty ssltyXu
Xo riot shall take place pl in Chicago Chicagofr
fr c in any other center e ter and the union unionfacials unionflk unionf9
facials flk f9 mis s and the m JMJl n must see to this thtecvrn thisrf thisIf
cvrn rf if they have to stand insult to totvid toLjd
tvid 1 it There wereno were no riots as re retorted re reI reI ¬
torted I rtd in Chicago a Jid South St Paul Paulmerely Paulmfrtly Paulnil
merely nil uly brawls between bet en our own mea meaWe 11MBWE menWe
We have h had d the represcHtatives of oftht orth ofI
tht I trades unions who are employed employedBt
Bt a r the packing houses hou es say to us We WeTf Weaff Weatrc
aff Tf at your command commandWhenever commandVh commandWhenever
Whenever Vh > never we say that they shall shalli
i me out they will march out to a aman axlall ahe
man manThe The he strike will never be forgotten forgottenIt
It will 1 ll prove one of the beet educa educators educatMS educavirc ¬
tors in fl the history of tl tJ country It ItRill Itill Itdl
Rill ill illustrate the preeminent stand standIrig ataDd1lg standltg
Irig of f the brotherhood of roan roanDonnellys manDonnellys martDonnellys
Donnellys Statement StatementAt
At the conclusion of the meeting meetingPresident meeU meeUPrEsident meetingPresident
President Donnelly in an interview interviewstated Interviews interviewttd
stated s td that according aeco g to information informationvliHh InfonitatJoahhh Intor ation ationV
vliHh V hhh i l Ii he had received from John JohnJiyee ToenJrIoce
Jiyee 3 fl c international al secretary of the theus thet
1 us r son Qi the packers killed between getweeaUi ite itetnd 5Wr
tnd Ui r J I 1OW I f cattle Curing J1mln lng the last week weekS wee weeS
i s tompared witnB6 wJtnlitc O W to 1299H L bead beadduring eaddud beadciur
during dud jug ug the same period evIod one year ago agoIn acvIn ngoin
In three months time said Pres President Pres1nt ProsI ¬
ident I i nt Donnelly If the strike should shouldtappcn shouldhap shouldlppn
tappcn hap TI to liust ast that 1 long the pack packers packer packtr ¬
ers tr annot get skilled men suHlcient suHlcientt mclent mclentt
t kiil over 5 per cant of the regular regularrun
run 1u of cattle cattleShould cattlehou1d attIehoiId
Should a sympathetic strike be bec beCl
c Cl died ied d it will Include the union men meni menh
i h i i rvery t i HI t gy division of employment in the thepacking the2king theF
packing F kig houses This will include the thefiremen thefmeJI
firemen 4 Ut71 engineers electrical workers workerscarpenters workerstarpenters workersptrners
carpenters ptrners plumbers palate eoopCTS coop coopch coopdrivses
CTS drivers and ralkoad men The Theletter Thehitter TheLttr
letter will refuse to handle goods s con conPor CODALLENS conALLENS
ALLENS ALLENSFOOT ALLENSFOOTEASE
FOOT FOOTEASE FOOTEASELor EASE EASEFor
For Hot Tired Aching AchingSwollen AchingSwollen AchingSwollen
Swollen Feet FeetAIlPQs FeetSHAKE FeettJltNs
tJltNs tJltNst
t JFOOTEASE JFOOTEASESIJAKE
SHAKE SHAKEiNTO SIJAKE1NTO
iNTO VO YOUR YOURsiioes UR URS1105
S1105 S1105Alrus
AIlPQs FootEase a powdaar pow H It cares caresl caresuful curesTarnfnl
l Tarnfnl amf uful al smarting nervous feet aDd ingrow ingrowin ingrowitl6
in itl6 nails and instantly takes the sting out oatof outof outof
of corns and 5fl bunions Its the greatest eoaf oem eo18frt oemfrt
f frt orfc discovery of the a ae e Hakes tight or ornew or orn ornw
new n Vshoes shoes easy A Aceram cexiainctareforswestinjg cexiainctareforswestinjgrallons tertaincur6 orsweetins orsweetinscalll1N
rallons 311 ur and Lot hot tired tired aching feet 30000 360wtestimonials 30000testimor 30000teetimonisLr
testimonials 1l Try Tlyit Txyit4ay it today t SoldbyallDrag SoldbyallDraggitts Bol bya1lDrug bya1lDruggiits
gitts and Shoo stores 25c Dftt JJ nt accept a afitbsOtutc adJxtiIute asthrtifute
fitbsOtutc < Trial package FREE Address AddressAUeaSOlmsted Addresst AddressAllenSOlmsted
t II fh t AUeaSOlmsted AUeaSOlmstedLoEoyNY llenSOImstedLonoyNY AllenSOlmstedLcfloyNY
LoEoyNY LoEoyNYU LonoyNYbua1oe
bua1oe soe eJgAtnre ft U S A A
fenedto ieito d t4 and and from the packing houses housesThis h houe1 useSl useSlTIlts
This call cu will not be made ujittlk ujrtit It 1 1deemed lSi lSideemed Ideemed
deemed abssluteljr ab lltW n necessary 10 t win winbut wInbut
but when W hen It is lslfta made d e I J liav4 n 8V4 8V v btt bk in n as asswred asscared asinred
scared that all will come comci Out dutKansas Outc OutN9BE ut
0 c 1
14 N9BE CO CbPIcAIoNS CbPIcAIoNSau3as CAU ONS ONSsas
Kansas au3as sas City Central Labor Lab r Onion UnionMay OnionIklay OnionMay
May Call Its Men Out OutKansas OutKaimas <
Kansas City Mo 10 July IT 1Tbere 1TbereW88 There Therewa
wa wan practically no change In the local localJKrlke localrtltike
JKrlke of the packing house employes employestoday employesioday employestoday
today At two 11aft plants Fowlers and andSehwarschlM andScltwar3C11l1d andSchwreh1Id
SehwarschlM Sulzbergera a small araallamotmt smallamount an anamouat
amount of killing was dooe despite the thetact themet thetact
tact that it was Sunday and at all th thlx thvc thsix
vc lx big plants preparations were made madelor madfor madefor
for opening tomorrow on a big scale scaleThe scnleTile scaleThe
The different managers asserted tht thttb thfoLttIIv thttttby
tb tIIv r were constantly empl employing ylng more moremen moreme moremen
men me and were in fair shape The presi president prestcleDt president ¬
dent of the Central Labor union which whichcontrols whichcontrols whichcontrols
controls the tb engineers engin and other union InionJtlbor unionlabor unionlabor
labor still at workin w work < k in the plants as assertaQ asertQd asertl
sertaQ tonight that unless the strike Is fssettled Issetd issettled
settled setd d before ne itxt rt Sunday Su ay these emeA emeAw11l men menwill meawiH
will be called out President Prstd t Donnelly Donnellyis Donnellis
is expected here next Sunday SundaySITUATION SundaySITUATION SundaySITUATION
SITUATION AT ST PAUL PAULPackers PAULPaokers PAVLPackers
Packers nave the Best t of f It On the theSurface theSurface theSurface
Surface SurfaceSt
St Paul July July 17 liOur Oar struggle strugglewfth strugglewtth strugglewith
with the strikers will be won or lost lostiseid lostsaid lostsaid
iseid said Joseph Burns superintendent of ofth ofthe ofthe
th the Swift Co packing pfertt at South SouthSt SouthSt SouthSt
St Paul tonight tonightSuperintendent tonightSuperintendent tonightSuperintendent
Superintendent Burns Bu stated that he heI hehad hehad
I had engaged 3M SS men all of whom whomwith whomwith whomwith
with th the aid of the sheriff and the themayor themtlSqr themyr
mayor of South St Paul he expects expectsto
to take into the Swift yards tomor tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
row rowSo So far as we are concerned said saidMr saidr saidMr
Mr r Burns the 41 strike is at a an end endalthough endalthougA endalthough
although we will take back any or all allof aUof allOf
of Of oar men at the wages they were werereceiving werereceiving werereceiving
receiving before the strike strikePresident strikePresIdent strikePresident
President Willis of the local union unionbranch unionbranch unionbranch
branch while not predicting violence violencesays violencesays violencesa
says sa that ill strikers will be at the thegates th thgates thegates
gates to oppose e the entrance of the themen themen theThen
men There are fears of serious serioustrouble serioustrouble serioustrouble
trouble Governor Van StInt is care carefully carefUlly carefully ¬
fully watching atchln the situation and is isready h hready Isready
ready to call out the militia if need needbe needbe needbe
be All was quiet today todayHOME todayROME todayHOME
HOME ABATTOIR USED USEDPhiladelphia USEDPhiladelphia USEDPhiladelphia
Philadelphia is Solving the Meat MeatProblem MeatProblem MeatProbleim
ProblemPhiladelphia Problem ProblemP ProbleimPhiladeiphis
Philadelphia P Pa Pa July 17 17F 11For For r the thefirst Ut Utft18t theJlrst
first time in years the U e West Philadel Philadelpate Phlladelpial Philadelplba
pate abattoir was in operation today todaybecause todayobecau todaybecause
because e of the threatened scarolty of ofmeat ormeat ofmeat
meat due to the western strike Dur During Durin During ¬
ing in the day 598 head of cattle wereslaughtered wereslaughtered were wereslaughtered
slaughtered by independent dealers dealersThe dealersThe dealersThe
The Philadelphia P house of the western westernnaeking westernpacking westernpacking
packing concerns have only a small smallsupply smansupply smallsupply
supply of meat on hand and the local localIndependent localJndependent localindependent
Independent butchers are striving to totake totake totake
take up whatever business the western westernhouses westenlhouees westernhouses
houses Jre > re unable to handle The in independents Independents Independents ¬
dependents declare they can take care careof careof careot
of the entire city There is plenty of oflive otlive oflive
live stock in sight but prices have havebeen havebetm havebeen
been advanced out at two cents centsR centsRfcrulUng centsRecruiting
R Recruiting offices were opened here heretoday heretoday herotoday
today for the purpose of filling the theplaces thepJaees thejpiaCes
places of the strikers in the west westInjunction westInjunction westThjunction
Injunction Issued IssuedBelleville IssuedBelleville IssuedBelleville
Belleville Ills July 17 1Judge Judge Holder Holderof
of th the St Clair county court today is issued 15ued issued ¬
sued an Injunction restraining T Morgan Morganand Morganand Morganand
and John Smith strikers and the mem members members momhers ¬
bers of every union affiliated aftlllat d with the theAmalgamated theAmalpmatd theAmaigamatod
Amalgamated Association As of Meat Cut Cutters Cutten Cutters ¬
ters and Butcher Workers from interfer interfering InterferIur Interferlug ¬
lug with the operation of packing plants plantsat
at East St Louis and tn the acpunkm acpunkmworkmen aclunionW1Xkaen necunionworkmen
workmen who may be engaged to take takethe takethe takethe
the aiaces illla es of strikers strikersThe strlkersInJunctlo strikersrho
The Injunction was issued at the la lastance 1 1stance Isstance
stance of the Armour Swift and Nelson NelsonMorris elson elsonMon1t elsoflMorris
Morris Packing COIRpnIeThis companiesThis companies companiesThis
This is believed to indicate that the thepacfctng thepacking
packing companies comp ftIN named expect to start startup startup startup I
up again in a short time timeMeat ttmeMeat time1eat
Meat Famine Averted AvertedBoston Averted AvertedBoston i iBosten
Boston July 17 17Tbe The Brighton abet abattoir abaltoIr abettoir ¬
toir was operated today in preparation preparationfor i
for tomorrows demand for meat Fri Friday FrldaJ Prday ¬
day night eightythree cars of live livestock livestock ¬
stock were ere received at the stockyards stockyardsand i
and since then a double foree of butch butchera buteqers butclera
era has b w werked rked day d and night It is isbeleved Iseli
beleved eli leVe vea ihjtt 111 the localdemand can be bemet bemet bemet I
met so long as stock Is received here hereon herel herelon hereon
on the hoof hoofWENT hoofWENT hoofWENTTHROUGH
WENT WENTTHROUGH WENTTHROUGHDARDANELLES THROUGH THROUGHDARDANELLES THROUGHDARDANELLES
DARDANELLES DARDANELLESContinued
Continued from fro i Page Cne Cnegaroed Cnegarded Cr Crgarded °
garded as warships within the th mean meaning meaolng meanlug ¬
lug of the treaty treatyOne treetyODe tryOne
One of the most interesting Questions Questionsin ques s sIn
in this connection the diplomats be believe believe behove ¬
lieve will ill arise out of Russias decla declaration declaration declaration ¬
ration that coal is contraband of war warWith warWltb warWith
With prize crews on board the cap captured eaptured captoyed ¬
tured ships Ips could be sent to Russian RussianBaltic RussianBaltic ItusoisaBaltic
Baltic ports but if short of coal they theycould theycould theycould
could not put in at neutral ports to re replenteh replefti repleflish
plenteh k their supply This 8 same ques question question questimi ¬
tion may embarrass Russia wl wloen n the theBaltic UteBaltic theBaltic
Baltic squadron sails for the far east eastIn eastIn eastIn
In view of theprotest the protest made by Ger Germany Germany Germany ¬
many in the ease of the stoppage stopp e of the thesteamer thesteaMEr thesteamer
steamer Bunrfesrath SeiZed in Delagoa DelagoaBay DelagoaBay DelagoaBay
Bay Dee 2 to 24 I3tfi 1JI during the South SouthAficaa SouthAflcaa SouthAflca
Aficaa war as the result of which whichGreat whiehGreat whichGreat
Great Britain had to pay damages damagesmuch damagesmweh damagesmuch
much curiosity exists as to to what ttat Ger Germany Germany Germarty
many will do in UM case of the con confiscation confi eonlocation ¬
location by the Smolenk of the mail mailaekx mailon malluaeku
aekx on board boa the Nortt orttJ German GermanLloyd GermanLloyd GermanLloyd
Lloyd steamer Prince Heinrich especi especiportion espeefally I Ially
ally a6 a Jar large portion of the mall mallaeteed mailWS maltseined
seined was undoubtedly of a commer commerrial commercial eotnmercial
cial character characterJAPANESE characterJAP characterJAPANESE
JAPANESE JAP ANBSE PLANS PLAITSLittle PLANSLittle PLANSLittIe
Little Brown Men Propose to Govern GovernSTancliuria GovernManchuria Governlttanchuria
Manchuria ManchuriaTien lttanchuriaTien STancliuriaTien
Tien Tsin July J ly 17 1iThe The Chinese min minister minl rotaleter ¬
ister l at TeWo has telegraphed the theI theWai theWaIWouPou
I WaiWoaPou Wai WOOPOtI the the he Chinese ChlnesemlDl minister ter of offoreign offore1p atforeign
foreign affairs that the Japnfese e gov government go goern gorernmn ¬
ernment ern ernmn n nt has presented a scheme 1Mate for the theadministration theamlDls theadmthIstrtlon
administration amlDls of Manchuria Xanclt rJa the theprincipal theptlaclpal theptlnclpat
principal clause c ot which is that the theI theJapanese theJapanese
I Japanese will wJlIlOn govern the province with withthe witlttbe withthe
the number of o Chinese troops tt pS now Dpw in intoe inUte Inthe
toe country countryInformation countryInforma countryInformation
Information Informa Information on has been n received here herethat berethat herethat
that unless China Chi Mtppreaeqp MlPP the re rebellion re reDellloJl tohellion ¬
bellion in the province of Kwangsf the theI theFret1ch theFrench
I French government Venament has threatened W Wland toland 0 0land
land troops and put ut It dews The TheChinese TheCblDese TheChinese
Chinese government is much perturbed perturbedin
in consequence consequenceA con
A feeling prevails pre aUs in Tien TIe Tots that thatthe thattbe thatthe
the Japanese have suffered a terrible terriblereverse terriblereVeJFe terriblereverse
reverse at Port Arthur if they Ute7have Ute7havenot have haveI havehot
I not It is tho thought t that the Japanetfe Japanetfegovernment Japcmelegoemmeli Jpaneseguvernme
government guvernme would have contradicted contradictedthe
the reported disaster days ago agoThe agoThe
The Russian agent here has officially officiallystated omclallygtated ofilciallystated
stated that the Japanese have not oc occupied oc ocupi aceupied ¬
cupied upi New Chuamg Cbua The Russian n of official ofAcjal ofliclais ¬
ficial are he states stat administering
there as 8 heretofore heretoforeIt
It has Wen learned from fro a Chinese Chinesesource CJdnesesearce Chinesesource
source here that heavy Ilea firing ArIn has been beenoa
beard otttefcie oa of Ta Tche Kiao for the thepast thepast thepast
past two days daysDenies daSDanies daysDenies
Denies Japanese Heport HeportSt
St Petersburg Pte July 17 17Lieutenant Lieutenant
Genera Sakha Sakbanift rotf in view lew of th the < Japan Japanofficial JaptUJotfiiaJ Japanofficial
official v Tft1IIon nk n ef th die tiGht at atKaichon t
Kaichou has sent in another report rw rwIteratine re re1e reneitIn
Iteratine 1e UnJ that only ea ODe Russian Ru n battalion battalionentered battalionfnteled battalioncntred
entered into a serious conflict eon lot with ith the
Japanese J who had four divisions He HeI
I denies d l es that It was a Japanese Japa victory tCrrr th thRawtem the
Ian navtae provloHsiy U detenni detennit determined determinedto t rmin d dto
to t withdraw their rear guard rd detachment detaehmeatto
to other positions positionsAnother JHHdtloue positionsAnother
e ca caAnother
Another Good One OneVe OneWe OneWe
We Ve collected SS SSSfO IO last week for forGeorge forGeorge forGearge
George G Hendrtcks of Logan Lo Can Canwe omwe Canwe
we do something som tblng for you Does any anybody anybody ¬
body bo y owe you Do you Ineed need the themoney themoney thernoneyr
money rnoneyr Write or call on on o us usMerchants Ulh Ulherchants usMerchants
Merchants Protective PreteC11 Association AssociationScientific AsI ooiationScientific AssociationScientific
Scientific Colleetors cO of Debts General Generaloffices GenernIoIftces Gonoralornees
offices top floor Commercial Com t18rclalblOak block Salt SaltLake SaltLaJ SaltLoke
Lake City Utah UtahFRANCIS UtahFRANCIS 1 1FRANCIS
FRANCIS G LUKE LUKEGeneral LUKErln L1flEGenral
General rln ral Manager Managermr Managerdont
f > mr Ietiie doat like us
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C L L Dignowity Has Thrilling ThrillingExperience ThrillingExperience ThrillingExperience
Experience in Mexico MexicoLOOKED MexicoLOOKED MexicoLOOKED
LOOKED DOWN INTO CHAFER CHAFERGIVES CRA fER fERt fERGIVES
4 4GIVES t
GIVES VIVID DESCRIPTION DEsCRIPTION OF OFWHAT OsWHAT OPWHAT
WHAT HE BEISAW SAW SAWCharles SAWI SAWCh
4 4Charles I
Charles Ch rles L I Dignowity the well known knownmining k knownmining wn wnmining
mining man recently re entIy saw CoIImaone CoIImaoneof Colima one oneof oneof
of the largest argestolcanoe9 volcanoes in Mexico in ineruption Ineruption ineruption
eruption He viewed the unusual sight sightfrdra siShtfr6m sightfrOm
frOm a nearby peak which Is higher higherthan higherthan higherthan
than Collins That enabled Mr 3IrDignowity MrDignowity MrDignowity
Dignowity to look down do upon the theeruption thteruption theeruiition
eruption the vista adding much to the thesight thesight theni
sight sightHe sightHe ni
He was accompanied on his expedi expedition expedtlon expedition ¬
tion by J r E Fletcher Fletclt of Tuxpan Mex MexSeveraL MexSeeraL MexSeveral
SeveraL guides mozos and all neces necessary necessary necessary ¬
sary equipment for a successful suecessfulex suecessfulexpedltIon ex expedition cxpeditlon ¬
pedition were taken takentilong along including includinglatest mcludinglatest includinglatest
latest scientific instruments for correct correctobservations correctobseratIonsl correctobservation
observations observationsDescribing obseratIonslDescribIng observationDescribing
Describing his Ills trip and what at he saw sawMr sa saMr sawMr
Mr Dignowity said saidAt saidAt saidAt
At first it seemed as s if we weald weuklbe wealdbe wouldbe
be unable to get any moz06 mazes or guides guidesto
to accompany accom a us owing to the great greatsuperstition treatsuperstition greatsuperstition
superstition they have against s sieh ich an anundertaking anund allundthtakIng
undertaking und rtakfng fearing the volcano volcanoand volcanoand volcanoand
and the wild animals that frequent frequentmountain the themountain themountain
mountain there thereTrip thereTrip thereTrip
Trip of Great Hardship HardshipWe
We engaged several and thsy re refused refused refused ¬
fused to go after they learned our ourdestination ourdestination ourdestination
destination Finally we were succsss succsssful u uiul uessful
ful in getting a good corp of aliencJ aliencJants aupWants atumdants
ants antsOur
Our trip was full of great gre t hardslups hardslupsbut kldshpsbut bardshpsbut
but also replete with most intersrti Int Interstbig Interstbigobservations it itobservations i iobservations
observations and instructive data dnt it ittook ittook ittook
took us three days of hard riding sd sdclimbing d dclimbing dclimbing
climbing to reach the top of iljnnt iljnntNevada it M1IttNevada tnt tntNevada
Nevada our destination the exint exdnitvolcano exintvolcano exIntvolcano
volcano which is about a mile nuitli nuitliof laOI ti tiof iii iiiof
of Mt Colima and over one thousand thousandfeet thIlSJ1dfeet thnsiidfeet
feet higher than that active crater craterOur Cl1lt crntwOur r rOur
Our first day we W covered tome jometwBntyflve tometwentyfive rometwentyfive
twentyfive miles over a gently ele elevated eevated elevated ¬
vated section westward from Tuxjrin Tuxjrinthe Tu Tuxrlnthe n
the last ten miles was 1 a through e fine fineforest fineforest fineforest
forest of longluped yellow ploj pa trtes trtesand Utesand rte5and
and luxuriant grasses grL rasses ses < Then having havinggained l Iavinggained Vi b bgained
gained an elevation ele Uon of 658 feet our ourfirst urfirst ur urfirst
first hard climbing began The rext nextfive rextfive rextfive
five miles as we ascended a ended to an erva ervation e ¼ V va vation l ltlon
tion of 10000 feet when ken we W were ron ronfronted rODtronted tonfronted
fronted by what seemed an impenetH impenetHble imr t tble
ble forest jungle Seeing trouble troubleahead trldbeaheed trabteahead
ahead we decided to pitch camp fx f t th thnight t tnight the thenight
night but our our woes immediately riti ritiplied TIOtiplied rttiplied
plied pliedA
A terrific storm arose and raged j in incessantly ITcessantly ircessantly ¬
cessantly for two Hoars h U Though it itwas itwas itwas
was only 6 p m we w were re aveloied qvelod in inthe inthe Inthe
the darkness of midni midngt t It seamed as asIf asif asIf
If we were in the mi mi13t 1st of tit Hmm stomclouds Hmmclouds tiomclouds
clouds they rolled wore wo us us b blo Io i vs vsand s sand gand
and around us while the he thunlr was wasso wasso as asso
so terrific it made the mountain mount 1 trout tremble INmble troutble ¬
ble The lightning toy toyad d with the bi bipines 81 81pines hipines
pines near by us as If gleefully s satin satinmore itU1more > tting ttingmore
more kindling for Hades The 181 tsiitpoured in inpoured 1 1poured
poured in torrents and seemed more morelike morelike morelike
like an ocean turned loose on our bead beadthan beadthan headsthan
than a mere rainfall Though we we were werea
a party part of sturdy men used to hard hardships hardshipS hardships
ships and not easily daunted we fell fellhelpless fellhelpless felthelpless
helpless as children in the hands of ofmighty n nmighty nmighty
mighty Titan Speechless IS and awed awedwe awedwe awedwe
we stood amidst the awful grandure of ofthat o ofthat I
that terrible storm awaiting our doom doomWe domWe doomWe
We were spared but none of us care to torepeat toreyeat torepeat
repeat the experience experienceVolcano e3perieneeVolcano exierlenceVolcano
Volcano Cinders Everywhere EverywhereThe
The Th next days journey was wa exceed exceedingly exceedIng exceedIngly ¬
ingly Ing hard on man and beast The Themozos ThemOZ05 Themoses
moses cut paths through the dark for forest forest forest ¬
est and jungle and we followed up the thesteep thesteep thesteep
steep course climbing an angle of ofthirty otthlr ofthirty
thirty thlr tfeljgJfty t t4 rUedeiee ty degrees The forest jun JUHof jungJe jungle
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of our trip p Grea Gredin lnirrrees tnJ tfees b es six feet feetin teetin feetin
in diameter and fully 100 feet to the thefirst th thfirst thefirst
first limbs red and Spanish Sp nlsh oaks four fourto fouto fourto
to five feet through besides ash and andother andother andother
other timber all covered from root to totopmost totopmost totopmost
topmost bough with most luxuriant luxuriantparasitic luxuriantparasItic luxuriantparasitic
parasitic growth some trailing species speciesof
of cacti or air plants hang from twenty twentyfive twentyfi twentyfive
five fi feet and ablaze with beautifut beautifutcrimson beautirutcrimson beautifuicrimson
crimson blossoms mistletoe flinging its itsleaves it itleaes itsleaves
leaves and berries ten and fifteen feet feetin feetIn feetin
in the air orchids of surpassing beauty beautrhiding beauthiding beautyhiding
hiding their priceless prlcel ss treasures In the thegloomy thtgloomy thegloomy
gloomy forest ferns of innumerable innumerablevaritles Innumerabkvarftles Innumerablevarities
varitles mosses of every kind and nJ fun fungous Cungous fungOus ¬
gous growths galore hidden in depth depthof
of jungle pH ll these combined with the thethick thethick thethick
thick undergrowth pines a darkness darknessdense dnrknesadense darknessdense
dense as night at all hours It wasreally fasreally was yasreally
really a black forest forestEven fore4tEven forestEven
Even the soil olt was black Volcanic Volcaniccinders VolcanIcmders VolcanLcinders
cinders three feet deep resting upon upona
a deep bed of soft yellow porphyry porphyrywhich porphyowbich porphyrywhich
which holds the tree tr e roots Underlying Underlyingthis UncIerlyl UncIerlylthis
this yellow porpnyritic formation is issandstone Issandst issandatotie
sandstone sandst he which forms the visible base baseof baseof baseof
of the mountain mountainThis mountalnThis mountainThis
This black forest has an altitude of ofICtOO oflLiOO
ICtOO feet above sea level and abound aboundwith abounddwith aboundswith
with wild game turkey pheasants p ta nts ard ardsquirrels ardsquirrels ardsquirrels
squirrels as well as deer mountain mountainlien mountainlwn mountainlion
lien and other big game tempt the wily wit withuntsmnn wilhuntsman
huntsman We were all that day da go goIng goIng g gIng
Ing five miles and our second night nightcamped nlghcamped nightcamped
camped in the dark forest forestBest forestBest forestBest
Best View of Volcano VolcanoEarly V01canoEarh VolcanoEarly
Early the next day we emerged from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the cloudy limits of the jungle into a asection tsectIon asection
section where Spanish oaks flourishedwithout flourished ourJstedwithout flourishedwithout
without the dense undergrowth the theopen theoven theopen
open beneath l being > elns covered with thick thickbunches thickbuncheR thickbunches
bunches of salt grass very e nutritious nutritiousfood nutrltioufood jnitrltiou5food
food for stock This class of country countryextended countryextended countryextended
extended to an altitude of 11280 u feet leetthen feetthen feetthen
then followed the scrubby scrubb fir pine to totimber totimber totimber
timber line U660 U tO feet t et where the naked nakedporphyry nak nakedporphyry d dporphJTY
porphyry rocks covered the surface s rtaee and andextended andextended andextended
extended to the crest ef the rater oraterWe craterWe raterWe
We now had reached an elevation of ofliOO oflzi0
1250 feet and were upon a narrow narrowridge narrowridge narrowridge
ridge or hogback of Mount Nevada Nevadanearly Xevadanearly Nevadanearly
nearly level with the top of Colimas Colimascrater CoUmaserater Coilinascrater
crater and just a little north ef 1 1There IThere t tThere
There one gets the best view T1e > w of the ac active acttve attive ¬
tive volcano and there we paused in ingreat IngreQt ingreat
great awe and admiration n as we gazed gazedupon gazedupon gazedupon
upon the only active volcano on thi thicontinent this thiAeonUnent thiscontinent
continent Cotfma II the spokesman of ofthe otthe o othe
the great range interpreter for the themany theman3 themany
many companions thatstand that stand majestic majesticand majesticaftd majesticand
and voiceless oc eS8 through the ages Si Silently SIlenUy Silently ¬
lently we gazed and waited for Its mes message message megage ¬
sage conscious cen ctouc of a lurking fear lest lestit lestIt lestIt
it might be spoken yet hoping it would wouldcorn wouklicompo wouldcome
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The top of Colimas aibrupt peak peakdown petkdovm peakdown
down for 3006 feet Is covered with loose Isosedark 190 190dark loosedark
dark gray ashes and cinders clnd rs while whilewhite whllcwhite whilewhite
white steam or r smoke in great curl curling curljng curIing ¬
ing clouds pours out ut from mffny m ma ny other otherplaces otherplaeas otherplaces
places for 3W feet r et below its crest crestThere cresTbere crestThere
There is also a small mountain peak peakthat peflkthat pekthat
that stands out alone on the northeast northeastside northeastside northeastside
side of Colima about SLSOi feet eet below belcnvthe belowtb belowthe
the tb top This small peak has an active activecrater activecrtpx activecrter
crater and would seem to be far more moredangerous moredansetOus moredangerous
dangerous than Colima for or a flow of oflava oflava
lava would find no outlet here before beforeattaining beCota beforeattaInlhg
a attaining talnl 1g the higher crater craterCoxnpcjucn craterCornpuicnOvercome raterComY
Coxnpcjucn ComY CornpuicnOvercome CornpuicnOvercomeWhile cn Overcome OvercomeWhile OvercomaWIne
While we were ore at the point of view viewjuat viewjust if > W Wjust
just described Mr Fletcher my com companion rompanlon eo eopanion ¬
panion was overcome by the altitude altftudeand altitudeand altitudeand
and had to give up any further ascent ascents
s 50 > I was forced to go on with only the theMexicans theMexicans theMexicans
Mexicans for guides guld It was w s a great greattask greatfiL greattauk
task fiL k to climb at that elevation as we wecould Wecould wecould
could only go a few feet without rest resting restInS restlug ¬
InS for breath My lungs were sore for forseveral forseveral forseveral
several days da from the pumping they theyhad the thehad theybad
had to go to get me up that final 1100 1100feet 1100feet 1100feet
feet but I realized when I reached re ched the thetop thetop thetop
top that the end justified the means meansSeated meansSeated meansSeated
Seated upon the crest of Mount MountNleve Mountneve MountNieve
Nleve over 13600 feet high and 1100 1100feet 1100feet 1100feet
feet above Colima I took photographic photographicviews pnotozraphlcvlewa photographicviews
views of t the latter and Its cloud of ofsteam otste ofsteam
steam ste m also of Nleves Jees extinct tlnat crater craterwhich cratfOrwhIch craterwhich
which fs about 500 OO by 700 700feet feet In n area areaThe qrea qreaTh rea rea7he
The Th < top of therlouds a mile or more morebelow morebehw morebrew
below me where whe a severe ue rain storm
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wasraging r gingaISO alsoana5crair atiein unusual unUStlaISvec unUStlaISvectacle spec spectacle spectacle ¬
tacle and a ft fihfe lIiJ sulxject Ct for a picture picturewhich iICtUrewhich lcture lcturewhich
which I was as fortunate to tog get getWhile getWhile t twhIle
While takftigtfcB photographs I was wasstartled wasstatUed vaSstaitled
startled by a mighty rumbling of ci f Old OldColima OldColima OldColhna
Colima Hastily adjusting my tfeld tfeldglarses 1 IleIdglasses e1d e1dgI
glasses gI es I saw a tremendeus avalanche avalancheof
of rock seemingly seemlnglythous thousands nds of tons tonsfall tonsfall tonsfall
fall from the mouth of the crater and andgo andgo andgo
go crashing cra hlng down the sides for over
4000 000 feet The rumbling crashing noise noisewas noIseVaS noisewas
was terrific and for awhile it seemed seemedas
as if the world was as falling through throughThis throughThis throughThis
This phenomenon 1 occurred three threetimes threetimes threetimes
times within forty fort minutes I thought it itmight itmight Itmight
might have been caused cansedfrom from the sad sudden 5udden sadden ¬
den cooling of the volcanos crest as asa asa OSa
a heavy cloud had hung against the top topawhUe stOpawhile topawhile
awhile before fore and andthls this together with witha 1 1a
a hard cool wind blowing no doubt doubtproduced doubtproduced oubtprod
produced prod ced the crashes c 115hes 1 will add that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the temperature at the time was about aboutfortytwo aboutortyto aboutfortytwo
fortytwo degrees Far FarTrouble FarTroubl FarTrouble
Trouble Brewing BrewingTrouble 13rewingTrouble BrewingTrouble
Trouble Deemedbrewing eemed brewing In the te cra crater crater erater ¬
ter now as great black clouds of smoke smokecurled smokecurled smokecurled
curled high in the heavens above its itsdome usdome
dome for nearly an hour when it re resumed resumed reaimed ¬
sumed its usual white steam and andsmoke andsmoke andsmoke
smoke I fully expected expect d an explosion to tofollow tolollOw tofollow
follow my enthusiasm enthU lasm having reached reachedthe reachedtbe reachedthe
the point where here I hoped it would but I Iwas Iwas Iwas
was disappointed and no doubt for my myown myown myown
own safety It was well I was This wes wesmy wzsm wasmy
my m most successful succe aful day I covered the themost theobject theobject
object of m3 peditlQn and though the themost themost
most perilous 1 erilous > and dangerous repaid repaidme
me for all I endured enduredThe enduredThe endurethThe
The final iln n l l day of our examination of ofthe ofne Qfthe
the geological features of both moun mountains mountains mountalns ¬
tains as far as we were able to study studythem studythem stadythem
them in such a limited time tlm I found no noevidence noev noevfdenee
evidence ev of mineralization nor any anytrace anytrac anytrace
trace of molten lava and nd no earth fis fisstirea fissures Itsmires
mires The uplifts were gradual only onlyuncovering onljuncovering onlyuncovering
uncovering the sandstone strata which whichformed whichfonned whichformed
formed the bases of the mountains the thei th thupper theupper
i upper covering comprising comprislngtVo two layers layersof
of o coluanic cinders and ashes depos deposited deposited deposited ¬
ited at long Intervals IntervalsAt
At Santa Maria In the Tuxpan val valley valIcy al alley ¬
ley 4IOS feet fe t above sea level vel arid over oer8Ot1O over8OdO
80 8Ot1O 0 feet below Colimas speak a peak fe an anextinct antInct anextinct
extinct tInct crater whlch at some period periodlong period10ng periodlong
long past gave but out an Immense flow flowof flowof flowof
of black lava filling up much of the thevalley th thvaney thevalley
valley Tradition says a small village villagewas Tillagewas villagewas
was burled by the flow flowI
I am quite satisfied with Wlthifliy my trip tripto tript tripto
to t Colima but do not care totake such sucterisks suchrisks ct1 ct1risks
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and fair treatment reasonable prices pricesand pricesand pricesand
and most considerate terms
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JOSEPH F SMITH President PresidentWILLIAM Presl4entWILLIAM PresidentWILLIAM
WILLIAM B PRESTON Vice President PresidentCHARLES Presl4mtCHARLES PresidentCHARLES
CHARLES S BURTON Cashier CashierHENRY CashierHENRY CashierHENRY
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