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RUSSIANS MADEFIERCE MADEFIERCE MADE MADEFIERCE
FIERCE ATTACK ATTACKDisastrous A TACK TACKDic
4 4f 4Disastrous
f Disastrous Dic astrous Attempt Attem t to Drive DriveJaps
1 Japs l ps From Mo lien Pass PassMUSCOVITES PassMPSCOVITES
4 4MUSCOVITES
MUSCOVITES DRIVEN BACK BACKSMOLENSK BACKI
1 I ISIOLEN8K I ISlrOLENSK
SMOLENSK INCIDENT HAS DIS DISPLEASED DISPLEASED DISPLEASED ¬
PLEASED GEifcBiAirr GEifcBiAirrLondon GEUMANYLQndol
+ 4 4iondo
London July 19 19The The crr8 cerraspond cerraspondei1t pond pondnt
ei1t nt of the Tim at i Qea lJel1elal ral KurokPs KurokPsheadquaTtars K Xuzkisl4quartK kis kisl1fJj1dquanan
headquaTtars smy ys that the Japanese Japaneseloss Japaneseloss Japnesoa5
loss oa5 during the fighting at Mo do TieR Tieapass TieRpass Ti Ti1a6
pass On m July 17 was trifling triflingSt
St Petersburg July 18 18G8Iloral 18G8IloralXuropatkin 18Ge1erR1Zuropatkin General GeneralXuropatkin
Xuropatkin reports rep rts that Ideutenaat IdeutenaatGeneral LieutenBtGeneral LieutenafltGenerU
General Count Keller lost over 1000 1OOOkilled 1000kDled 1000killed
killed or or wounded in the attack on onMo onMo onrro
Mo Tien pass July uly 17 17i 17l
i I ONDOX O DON July IS llThe Tbe Japanese le legation 1e 1egation leL ¬
l L gation has received a dispatch dispatchfrom d dfrom dk dkfrom
from from Tokio reporting that an n at attack atck attmck ¬
tack ck has been made by the Russians Russianson
on Mo bu Tien pass pa on July Jul 17 It says saystbe MYStb saysth4
tbe tb Russians who numbered about two twodivisions twodtvillions twod1vIIons
divisions commanded by Lieutenant LieutenantGeneral LieutenantGeneral IAeutenantGeneral
General Keller fiercely attacked dur durlag durJig dinIng
lag Jig a thick tl Ck fog Mo o TIeD pass and the theadjacent Uteadjacent theadjacent
adjacent positions occupied by the Jap Japanese JaplUJese Japanee ¬
anese The latter it ta I added stub stubbornly stnbnly etubbrnly ¬
bornly nly resisted rf > slstecl repulsing the Russians RussiansJu RU8 iansdU
Ju all sides and pursuing them as far faras fa fait
it 41 as Kunteapotzsu UDteaPOWlUf iantepotzsur3
r3 f KRTTRR OBEYED OBDHES OBDHESWas
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4 I I t Wa Was S Sent nt by Kuropmtkin to t Test Ba Baemys Enr EuL
L r emys Strength StrengthSt
St t Petersburg buJog July IS 1STIIe Tbe fellow followpnr fellowtIC fellowis
is tt pnr tIC gbpatch ptctt from Genvml Knropaxkin Knropaxkinto
to tgz t t emperor dated July 17 1 on our ourexsrn ourI oureJstrn
I etlsGrn eJstrn exsrn front was wa given out tonight tonightAfter toelghtJ ht
1 J After the occpoation by Gen Kuro Kurokrs
Ii J 41 4 f krs army my of the passes in the FjnhuL FjnhuLmountain F nehul nehulmountain ktd
6 mountain n chain iain our information con concerning concerning conceinlng ¬
cerning his ht dispositions d5po iUollll was wa in general generalinadequate generalIn
V In inadequate uatp According A < to some 8 me reports reportehto reportg1la reports1ts
hto army a rrny hud been reinforced r and h hd hdeven heven fd fdeven
even extended tended his forces toward Sai Salmatza Saimatza Sai2fltza
matza matzaOther matzather 2fltzaOther
Other ther reports said that displace clliIpIacellt displaceineut
nwnu llt of his troops had been made in inthe inhf inthe
the hf direction of Ta pa p se and Siu Yen YenTIIn YenThere
There were even indications that Kuro Kuroki Kurokl KuroId
ki Id had transferred tranf ferred his headquarters headquartersfmm
fmm Tskhahekan Tskhab kan to Touinpu Touinpun
I cln < ffl n the strength of the information informationretHved informationj on
j retHved 1 < in d and on the > basis of reconnais reconnaiss nolOIlnaisNn
I f i s Nn ari fl4S es > which Had d liecn made the hypo hypothesis hypothftis hypoI ¬
I thftis was formed that principal forces forcesof forcesof forcesof
of the > en enemy > my were roncentraled around aroundLJn aroundUn aroundLiii
LJn Shan Kwan Wn and that their ad advanced advaned advaned ¬
vaned guards ards bad been strengthened strengthenedia
ia I the passes J a 1e8 of Siaokao Wanfaaitwmn WanfaaitwmnSinkia WaniankwanStukia anfankwanSlnkil
Sinkia Lakho and Papau as well Ml at atS atSbP1TaSfl atSbf
S SbP1TaSfl Sbf > b r Tass ass two and a half mites mites > north northoT northof
oT the t he road and half the height of ofSlaokao Ofstaokao ofSlaokao
Slaokao itasa itasaKellers J1888Kellers flasaKellers
Kellers Instructions InstructionsOn
On July 17 in order to det9rmiqeUP determinetfco determine
tfco th strength LOtlf > ngth of o the enemy it was a8 de decided deoidtd dotded ¬
cided to advance against a inst his position positionin p sition sitionin tIm
in the direction of Lainshankwah LainshankwahLieutenant Lajn inaiiikwLleufrnant yllkianLlputfnant
Lieutenant General neral Count Keller had hadbt badbePik
been bt H instructed not to start with ith the tbeobjf theobject
object Ct > of capturing the pass but to act actaccording actaccording actaccording
according to the strength of the force forcethat forcett I
that t a t he would ou find ud opposed to him himThe himThe I
The Ipft l ft columii of the expedition expeditionary ¬ i iary
ary at force > consisting of three batta battalions battalions battaIIon ¬
lions was as dispathcd toward Sybey Sbe Sybeypass I Ipas
pass The entire column commanded commandOby <
by Major General Kafhtalinsky ron ronsi4lting eonslating
slating of fourteen fourte n battalions with ivithtwelve withtWp1v jth jthtwple
twelve guns was w destined dtf > tined to attack attackSlaknao attackSlakoao attackSIakiao
Slaknao pass pa the heights surmounted surmountedby
by the > temple and Wafankwan pass passThe passTlaf passlbe
The right column eight battalions battalionsstrong b bttMioosstrong ttaUo S Sstrong
strong was occupying points where the theroad theroad
road leading to Stnkla and Lakho LakQop Lakhopasses Lakhopasses
passes p s cross in order to cover the left leftflank leftflank leftflank
flank of General Kashtalhfskys col column ol1 ol1U1I111 ¬ I Iusm
umn The general reservewas re left at atIkhavuan atp atIithav
h Ikhavuan Ikha Y Uf n and a portion of f the force forceoccupied toneOCXupitd forceOCVULi
p occupied OCVULi a position I at that place placeAt I IAt
At 1 It pm July 16 1 the head of Ilf tl ttcolumn tth tthoiuni j jcolumn
column advanced from Ikhavuan At Ateleven j
eleven oclock a battalion of the Sec Second Seeond i iond
ond regiment 41sk 1skHt odg1 > dg AI a Japanese Japaneseoutpost e j joutpost 1
outpost at the point of the bayonet at attlw att atthc
thc t 4 crossing of the Lakho and the i iSinkia I
Sinkia roads roadsPart roadsPart roadsPart
Part of the Battle BattleThe BattleThe SattleThe
The details of this engagement ment have havenot havenot havenot
not been bel n verified but its general course courseaccording coureaccording courseaec
according aec t rdliig to telegraphic tele reports sent sentin entin sentin
in by General GeneralXelier Keller was as follows followsDuring foUowsDurlng followsDuring
During the night the Japanese had hadevaluated hadEvaluated hadeYtuated
evaluated Siaokao Siao paw ps and the bright hfeigfctscurnvunted 1 brightcormnnted l8hta l8htacnr
cnr curnvunted untpd by tile tb temple teamingonly teamingonlyoutposts JeavllJlg only onlyoutp onlyOUtestS
outposts outp ts there Attdawn Geo General ml Kasb KasbtaJSn Kasbtalink KashtaLnkys
taJSn talink taLnkys skys column occupied these thesepasses theEeIISS thesepassc
passes IISS driving drivin back the Japanese ad advance atlAllee advgfle ¬
vance posts postsAt po postsAt ts tsAt
At abut 539 on the morning niornl g of ofJuly orJuly
cc July 17 1 the th Japanese in considerable considerablestrength considerableS
S strength sUI > ngth and with numerous guns oc occupied cupit occupied ¬
cupied upit > d Wafankwan pass and the moun mountainous mountainous nuntainous ¬ I
tainous bluffs to the south on the flank flankof ftankof ank
4 1 of f General ent > ral Kaxhtalinskys column columnFrom oolumnFrom columnFrom
From this position po and from fr 01 the crest crestnf crestI I
I t nf o the mounUUoe to tho east of tt ttheights Ue
heights l1fi ht surmtottifted ulJMVated by the temple the theenemy th thenlmy theeniiiy
enemy din dinartillery directed Ytr ery heavy heay rUle and andart aiilartillery I
artillery art IIlr fire fiNf tireeneral i itifiKral
tifiKral f fK > ral KaslitaJinsky Ka advanced to tooctupy toocupy I
octupy the bluffs hlu sending ndlag forward at atua atant aton
ua > f mo un and then three battattone bat but butth butthe I
th the attempt at t fm pt failed notwithstanding DOtit notwithstandingthe bstaDding i ithe It1af
the support given by tile horse moun JIIOUDI mmiiitlu j I
tala battery ba ftry as our fold guns gu WHld WHldnot eseldnm o ld ldnot
not 00 oe brought br ught into action on account accountof
of the nature l1 < of tile ground groundSussians 8lOWldRussians groundRussians I
Russians Needed Asistance AsistanceAbout Asisbulcebout AslstnceAbout
About bout 8 a a m General Keller who whowas whoWaa J
was directing the fight aro around nd Ikha Ikhavuan IlthaYUan Ikhayuan
YUan darned It necesmry to lend SSB SSBslstance as5gtafle
slstance siet aJ1p to General E tahtalinskys cot colmmi eoln cot11am 1
mmi n by bringing up from the general generalreserve gouerulxaserve eaenal eaenalre
reserve re three battalions to the heights heightssurmounted eI heightssurzounted ts
surmounted fcy the temple In 6r OrfIer OrfIerto r rto I
to maintain the pOlUlon jx > sitk > ng we had al alreiwiy l I IJfa IreaiiIy
reiwiy Jfa y occupied o ied it was necessary n ow owing owI owIJne owlog ¬
log to the enejnj1 enejnj1pressure fHPJJ pressure lres ure to rein rerofortff refnfonp reinfort
fortff fort e immediAtely the t he troops OH the thefighting theft thetighting
fighting ft fine ne bat these th se positions ow owGeneral OWhllf owlug
lug to their stt1i sithatlon Uon were ert uDtenalble uDtenalbleGentral untenatiletieflersI
General JeeRer found the strength strengthof
of theenemy fhcf the enemy > so great compared with withours withouri I
ours that th t hedecided h decided not to continue continuethe cont conttbe continuethe
the fight and hot to tobrtngQ bring bringup up either the thespeial thespedal thespelal
speial or general reserves resee8a and d artil artillery artl1Ifr artilJery ¬
lery in view iew of the fact that in case caseof caaeof casePr
of Pr his ultimately taking takingit tile teoens1ve teoens1veft oUenaivt oUenaivtit
it would b b8 necessary to tock toatc with
out support of the field eId artillery artilleryIn ittIl1errLi
In contiequence < of this General Kel KelT Xcir
1 T r decided about W3 14 31 to withdraw his bistroops blatroops I Itroeps
troops to the positions originally seen eoeupiefl oaeupie seenpiedl
pie < in the Yanze pass The T troops OfPJIetlltd troopsjetired oop oopA
A jetired slowly slowl steo by b step and in inerfect 1fterfed
i erfect > > order covered t by > y the Are of a anehi afield afield
field battery ha ttery wbfch had been brought broughtint bloutint brougttint
int < action actionJaps actionJaps J JJape
Japs Assumed Offensive OffensiveToward Offensive1ORard OffensiveTonard
Toward midday an offensive move JDOt JDOtl1t11t moveuient i
Tiiwit by the enemy in the direction of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the right flank of the th Yanae Yanzepas pass paSs po poBithn poJitl
Bithn Jitl o develored and at the same me time timea
a Japanese > te mountain battery waj wa
l brought > iought in intoposition to position in the village illa e of
Tsoadiaputse two and a half miles milesEouih miJesEQUth milessouth
south of Ikhavuan IkhavuanAfter TkhavuanAfter khaUantfter
After thirtyfour shots had been
fires ftr from lom the third battery of the
Third Third brigade > which held the saddle
to the south of Yanze pas p pass the Japan Japanese Japanese Japanese ¬
ese battery was finally reduced to sl st1encQ
L4 Jence Jence03h 1encQTJ1
1 TJ1 03h figlit r aserl at 3 p 1 m fl and 3 nd tltei tlteiContinued tire
j tmo trnoftreturee4 retw to IkbM I1th Ud UdnunuCd u
Continued nunuCd on Paso 7 7I 4
I
COMMITTEE TO TOELECr TOELECT TOELECT
ELECT ELECrLeaders CHAIRMAN CHAIRMANLeaders
Leaders of oftire fife Democracy Will WillKeep WillK WillKeepTheir
Keep K enTheir Their Hands Off OffCONFERENCE OffCONFERENCE OffCOPFERENCE
+
CONFERENCE IN I NEW YORK YORKEVERYTHING YOREVERYTHnG
4 4EVBBYTHThG
EVERYTHING POINTS TO A VIC VIGTOY VICTORY VICTORY
TORY THIS PALL FALLt FALLNBJV
4 4R1W t
1 R1W KW YORK YO n July IS 1SLea Leaders of ofDemocratic oftile OfI
NBJV I g tile Democratic party conferra conferrafor conCetreifor
for mere than two boars Ours tonight tonightio
In the rooms of former Senator D I 33 33HiU nHiU B11W
HiU at Ute Hoffman house ad at the thedose thecIo theclose
dose made public a statement that the thechairmanship thee thechairmanship
chairmanship e of the Democratic na national national national ¬
tional eomittfrtee had not been did discussed did1kIately dscossed ¬
cussed Brlvately it wassaid that the thejudgment the3u4cment the3u4giuent
judgment of f all present pre ent was that the theinterests thebiter theinterests
interests biter of the party would be best bestconserved bestCOft8erved bestconserved
conserved by leaving the committee committeeabsolutely committeeabsolutely committeeabsolutely
absolutely free to elect its chairman chairmanJudge chairmanJudge chairmanJudge
Judge Parker was said to favor this thiscourse thlsCODIIIe thiscourse
course The conference resulted in an anagreement anment anagreement
agreement ment to call I1 a meeting of the na national national national ¬
tional committee to meet t at the theHoffman theHoffman theHaffmsn
Hoffman house on July X The ques question qu quboa question ¬
tion of fixing the time and place for forthe fortbe forthe
the notification of the candidates for forpresident forpresident forpresident
president and vie vice president was left leftto leftto leftto
to the tlI candidates themselves themselvesParkar them themselvesParker elvesParker
Parker leaders Present PresentPresent PresentPresent PresentPresent
Present t at t the conference ronfere e were the theleaders theleaders theleaders
leaders who brought about the nomina nomination nomination nomiflLion ¬
tion of Judge Parker There was also alsopresent a150PltUt alsopresent
present Senator Victor J Dowling of ofNew o oN ofNew
New N w York who looked after the Tam Tammany Tammauy Tammany ¬
many interests Every one declared declaredthat d dpclaredthat clared claredthat
that harmony had been the watchword watchwordthroughout watchwordthroughout watchwordthroughout
throughout The conferees were form former former formor ¬
er Senator D B Hill of New York YorkJames YorkJames YorkJames
James Smith Jr of New Jersey Jerse Henry HenryG Henr HenrG
G Davis of West Virginia candidate candidatefor
for vice president and Edward W WMurphy wMurp WMurpiry
Murphy Murp y Jr of New Ne York Senator Gor Gorman Gorman Gornan ¬
man of Maryland William F Sheehan Sheehanof
of New York Cord Meyer chairman chairmanof
of the New York state committee committeeJohn committeeJohn committeeJohn
John W Kern of Indiana James M MGuffey 11GUlIey MGuirey
Guffey of Pennsylvania p H H McCar McCarren McCarren McCareon
ren of Brooklyn James M Head of ofTennessee ofTen ofTennessee
Tennessee Ten Norman E Mack of Buf Buffalo BuCfala uC uClab ¬
falo lab Perry Belmont and August Bel Belmottt BelmoBt Belmost
mottt of New York Thomas F Ryan Ryanof RUJof
I of Virginia J K P Hall of Pennsyl Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Peunsylvajila ¬
vania and 1MI John R McLean of Ohio OhioThe OhioThe OhioThe
j The statement issued concerning the theconference theCOftferenee theconference
conference follows followsGuffiey 1ohIowsGuffay Iow IowGWI
Guffiey GWI y in the Chair ChairJ
J 3 lIIl Guffey presided The gentle gentlemen genUcmea gentlemen ¬
I men met primarily for the purpose of ofmeeting ofmeet ofmeeting
meeting meet Senator tor Davis of West VJr VJrStaia Virginla
Staia I candidate for vice ce president Pre8ld eat An Anexchange Ane Anegchange
1110 exchange e of views followed and the theqecBtton t ta thttton
qecBtton tton a a to when ttte U national com committee commlttee corninittee ¬
mittee should be called together for forarganfaatUon forOI for4wganiztIon
arganfaatUon OI t Uon was discussed discu and It was wasagreed wasto wasagreed
agreed to recommend d that the commit committee committee commIttee ¬
tee be called to meet In N New ew w York City Cityat Cityat CRyat
at the Hoffman house at twelve twel oclock oclocknoon oclockDOOIl oclocknoon
noon on July 26 26The SThf 26The
The question of fixing a date for forthe fortlte forthe
the notification of the candidates was wastalked wastdked wastalked
talked over and n finally referred to the thecandidates tbecaOOMlat theca
candidates ca dlIate a to fix the date and place of ofthe ortbe ofthe
the notification notificationThere
There wa wa also a general discus discussion di dloeuskrn eU6sian ¬
sion as to the favorable favoca le prospects of ofthe o otbe ofthe
the party in the coming campaign campaignThere eampa1 eampaInThere L
T1Iere There was U no discussion wfikfever wfikfeverconcerning
concerning C ncetD j thfe tagleqtion ion of of o a achal1JD chairman chairmanof cbatimanof an anor
of the national coaftfalttee coaftfaltteeDavis COII tmttDavis oMmitteeDavis
Davis Congratulated
Mr lr Davis engaged in the dtocussion dtocussionof
of all topics before the conference but butIn butIn butIn
In no more e personal per onal vein than others othersin
in attendance His most mOSt signiftcan signiftcanstatement slgni signilkanstatement n nstatement
statement was Wa In relation to the unit uniting unitlug ¬
lug ingtlf af an interests Tfc The gathering of ofso ofS ofso
so many maR strong men representing representingfactions representingfactlonsw1dch representingfactions
factions factlonsw1dch which had not always pulled puliedtogether pulledtogether pulledtogether
together he said was indicative of ofstrong a astlCmf astrong
strong campaign campaignThe campaignThe
The J Iiedab metteggave pve a number of those thosepresent thooBpresent thosepresent
present the ftrsft opportunity they they theyh4 tbe
h4 of congratulating COIllr tulatlng Mr J Davis > avis since sincehis sinceLis sincehi
his hi nomination at St Louts and the thereception thereception thereception
reception accorded him was hearty
The discussion ion of the prospects pro in inthe Inthe Inthe
the coming oomln campaign cam gn was w general eneral In Incharacter Incnnter Inchaaetr
character The T11 > opinion was as expressed expressedby exessediby
by several that western Democrats Democratswould Democratsould Democratswould
would ould give earnest support to the theticket theticket theticket
ticket and that no fear of factional op opposition opposition ¬
position need be entertained entertainedNew entertainedNew entertainedNew
New York Governorship GovernorshipSpeaking GovernorshipSIi GovernorshipSpeaking
Speaking SIi of the report that it would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be nceeooary to give the nomination nominationfoe
foe the governorship to New York City
in order to bring the McCarren and andMurphy andMurphy andMurphy
Murphy forces > together August Bet Belmoat Bdmeat
moat said saidThere saidT1tere saidThere
There is ablOlutel absolutely nothing Ujng to it itVictor it itVietor ItVictor
Victor Dowlfug was present at the con conference CORterence conference ¬
ference repneenting re tln Tammany and no nomention JIGmention nomention
mention waslD8deof was made of the situation sttuati in inNew inew inNew
New ew York stale so far faras as any differ differences differences digerences ¬
ences between alleged factions Of t Q1e Q1eparty tbeparty ie ieparty
party is concerned concernedThere concernedPhere
There are no factions in the Demo Democratic Demoeratlc tiemocratic 1
cratic party in this state and we all allexpect allexpect allexpect
expect to work together for success successSenator 5U 5USeJMLtor successSenator
Senator BatTey of Texas who has iiasbeen hasbeen ftasbeen
been in the city several days did not notattend notattll notatt
attend att the meeting meed g although he met metwttn metwit metwlti
wttn wit sqeeral ev ral Individual 1Ddlvl uat members oC the theconference theO thecoufrrepre
conference O e during the day da He de declared de dedared dcdared ¬
dared the chances of party success successwere 8U successwere ee9S ee9Swere
were better than ever er before beforeIt
It is ex expected many Dum prominent Demo Demorrate Dtomoraw Demorts
raw will go 000 to Esepus E this week in inan Inan Inan
an effort e ert to enlist t the tbeald ti aid of Judge JudgeParker
Parker to the support of f various ae aeplrants asfof seU seUpliant
pliant for the national chairmanship
That any an one will be successful qIees ul hi this tMsis thisIs j
is asserted to be very doubtful doubtfulTERRIBLE doubtfuLTERRIBLE t tI
I sa II IITERRIBLE
TERRIBLE STORIES OF OFRAVAGES OFRAVAGES I IRAVAGES
RAVAGES OF CHOLERA CHOLERABakn
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+ Bakn Russia July IS lSn ISliefu ISliefugoes Refu lu lufrom + f i igees
+ gees fromTehefa from from Teheran tell terrible terriblestories ten1blestories +
+ 4 stories of the th ravages of cholera choleraThey choleraThey + 4 4They t
+ They say that on some days the tbeJItOrtalKy themortality + t tmortality
+ mortality reached 9M The Euro EuroJeIUJIS Europeana + t tpeane
+ peane are abandoning their theirpiwperty tejrtIVperty tbelrlnuperty +
+ piwperty and are ueAng lIeengte te a ap acamp + f fcamp
+ camp p In ttt rnooKtaiiis There Therete
4 + te 1 a pitiable conditions of at attairs atfairs + f ffairs
+ fairs at the tbf railroad stations statJeDswhleb stationswhich + f fwhich
+ which almost are without wlt tfood tfoodTbe food foodTbe sedThe +
+ Tbe government has ordered the tbeof theclosing + t tctoehtg
+ closing of the frontier forthe forthepurpose for I the theparpo thepurpose +
+ purpose of preventlnjr the Intro 1Dtroductlon + 4ducdon f fducdon
+ ducdon of the disease V + f
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + i 4 + +
ATTEMPT TO TOe TOeFL FLOAT FLOATBATTLESHIP FL FLOATBATTLESHIPMAINE T
BATTLESHIP BATTLESHIPMAINE BATTLESHIPMAINEWashington MAINE MAINEWashington
Washington Was ington July JUI uly l 18Reprding Regarding the thetarr theproP theproposition
proP proposition 9lUon that the old battleship Dtine
1te raised Ie Havana haOOr AcUn5 AcUn S Stal7 Seem Seemis
tarr is af fItthe the Navy NaTDarilng Darting bae be b addressed ed i ia T Ta ta
a FSUer to R R H Sewefl s n at t New Orleans Orleanswbjfjfetated OrteenjlW OrleansW4F
W W4F wbjfjfetated tted that he had a contract eon tract with withtb withthe
tb tIM OWRQ Eted < D sn r4nment t nt to do t Uw wreck wreckTb wreckThe
Tb The aetnar aetl secretary ry mid that while the thedepartment thedftpartBI thedepartmeizt
department dftpartBI i1t doec oee 1ot < 0t contemplate cont8l late taking takingaoy takIIga takingany
any Action re reprdtn rdin < the wreck k It itno has hasU basDO
DO U 1e ioat Wr to relinquish any an rights tho thotnlted thethitd 1 1nlted
tnlted nlted States stay have ba in it t as only onbCOIUQlSS onlycongresa I Iproperty
COIUQlSS Sta1 h ha4 power to dispose t PUblt pitbi pitbiproperty
property propertySpringflel rOlJertya rOlJertyURGED j jrYRGBD a
URGED TO TkEB T TE ACTION ACTIONI1U ACTIONSPrlngffel ATI0NSprtngfIeJI
Springflel Springflelyirg SprtngfIeJI IlL 111 J Jtily r1Jt1A Iy KA largely largelya largelyat at atmeeting attended
t tended ded mss meeting of minors mJn rs of the theat theCMtC8g0 theCMcag
CMtC8g0 < 4iton iton subdlstrict was b held l4 In
yirg Vlrgm i tods todsterfere tDd todsL at which regulations were wereHId werepassed werar
passed HId askIr r President Pre ldent Roosevelt to in inColorado In1edere Intarfere ¬
terfere in inaid 1te t Colorado nlnln > = troubles troublessAd
aid to rvKtf rvKtfers to their thoiriwmos homos union min miners mm mmera ¬
ers who hi hiinto bHn It driven from Colorado Coloradointo
into other I
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Kent Loomis wirteh wJttek was found to nd Sat Saturday Saturday Satuiday ¬
urday mornin morning atWarren 8t W rren Point aboUt
15 miles from Plymouth threw thre the pic picturesque picturesque pieturesque ¬
turesque little village of Thurston Thut5t n on onthe ontbe onthe
the shores shores of Btgbury Bay Ba into a state stateof tAteor stteof
of unwonted excitement The court courtover courtover courtover
over which the county coroner Dr Sid Sidney Sidney Sidney ¬
ney Hacker presided was somewhat somewhatlate somewhatlate somewhatlate
late in assembling ass mblll8 hi consequence of ofthe oftne oftie
the delay in carrjlng cat + ing out the official officialmedical Olliclatmedtct
medical l examfnatfon xa fiIatforr of the remains remainsThis remainsThIs remainsThis
This was conducted conduetedby by two local doc doctors doctors doetors ¬
tors whose testimony was to the effect effectthat effectthat effectthat
that there was a acontinued wound be below below below ¬
low and behind the right ear indicated indicatedby indlcatetib
by b the extravasation of blood in the thescalp theIp thescalp
scalp Ip and a rupture of the covering co erlJig of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the brain There was also a general generalbruise generalbruise generalbruise
bruise Involving the scalp and the in integument ¬
tegument of the brain on the left side sideabove 5ideabo sideabove
above abo the ear Both injuries in the thedoctors thedoctors thedoctors
doctors opinion were caused before beforedeath beforedeath beforedeath
death deathGIRL deathGIRL deathGIRL
GIRL SEIZED BY FIT FITLillie FITLillie FITLithe
Lillie Jordan Found on Capitol CapitolLawn CapitolL CapitolLawn
Lawn L wn in Complete State Stateof Stateof StateofCatalepsy
of Catalepsy ofCatalepsyLNhie CatalepsyLfllie
Lfllie Jordan Jordan the iiearoJd 16yearoW daugh daughter d diughter ug ¬
ter Of Mr r and Mrs Conrad Jordan of of338Wall of3ag
338 338Wall Wall street was found at atoclock 11181 iIO iIOoclock
oclock last night in an unconscious unconsciouscondition unconsdouacondition
condition by nve boys oys who were play playing playleg I Iing
ing in the Capitol WHI grounds The Thegirl Th Thegirl e
girl appeared to be l suffering either eitherfrom eitherfrom eitherfrom I
from poison PO fH1 or a violent Ti injury state statethe statethe statethe
the youths After trying In vain to torevive torevive
revive her lI r they called Dr S H Allen AllenHe 1JlenHe UIenHo
He was unable to bring the girt to toand toand toand
and notified the police policeThe poll policeThe e eTbe
The glcjfwas gJW W8s removed at once to po police police ¬ I Inee
lice headqusfrters headua tcrs and Dr C F Wilcox Wllcoxsummoned Wilcoxsuntmoned W11coxsun
summoned sun A Ar3 oclock this morning morningshe morningshe
she was as still l in a complete state of ofcatalepsy ofc ofcatalepsy
catalepsy c taJeps According to Dr WHeox WHeoxthe JV Vllexthe cox coxthe
the Child hfkl has suffered for some time timefrom timefrom
from epileptic fits It is supposed that thatshe thatshe I Ishe
she was as seized with a spell while hUe play playIng 1 1Ing Ileg
Ing in the Capitol grounds groundsTbe groundsThe
The boys who found the the girl vandwho vand rhpdwho Andi Andiwbo <
who were wt > re held at the station for sevl nov several noveral
eral hours denied all knowledge ef 6lclrumstance8 tbtf tbtfcircumstances t tcircumstances
circumstances surrounding surrotit1 surro zpllng lng the ca ce ceThe Sef e eThe
The fact that the boys asked Dr AT AIlen Allen
len to take the girl to x private prlV te hos hospltal hospital hosjital
pltal aroused the suspicions of Ser Sergeant Serscant Sergeant ¬
geant EdaiBgton E lgt n but upon Dr Wll Wllcoxs W1JOrs wlieoxfs
Ors statement that she was subject subjectto subj ct ctto
to fits the young men were ere released releasedRESPONSIBILITY releasedIII releasedRESPONSIBILITY
III IIIRESPONSIBILITY
RESPONSIBILITY FIXED FIXEDAT FIXEDAT FIXEDAT
AT CORONERS INQUEST INQUESTNrw
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New York July IS I 1SWlUIam William Eiam T 1 Rich RichIraq RIchs
aPd Iraq s station tion operator o opera rator or and Ermwt Hel Heller ReI1tr Ndlerrcar ¬
ler lerrcar rear r ttagman were today f fntnd t nd re resnot res resOaib1e
snot s sOaib1e able bJe for the tb wreck of a train on the theQrifextwood the0rbwood
Qrifextwood O wood Lake dlvMon or the Erie rail railroad nttlrGa4l railroad ¬ I
road at MMvaie station a week tre fk > ago fey feywMidp bywMi y
wMidp wMi sixteen personsHMt penOll8 Jest their lives andartv and andOfCvwere andtLv I
OfCvwere artv tLv were injured injuredCoronec InjuredCoioneJ Injuredtoronez
Coronec Btauvelt instituted the Inquiry Inquiryby laqulrYby inquiryby
by holding Oldl g an inquest over Ycr the body of ofHerfry ofHe ofNeiik
Herfry He Neiik y Kanzer who lost Ms ICe In the theaccident theace theaccident
accident ace ent By his own oWn admission Hailer HeUerdId Hailerdid j
did net go back more morethan than two or three threehundred tbreehundred 1 1hundred
hundred feet at any time liter his train trainstopped trainstopped trainstopped
stopped and had partly retraced his steps stjeps1t stpsIt i iIt
It had also 8 so been shewn that he held bEl his hisflag hisnag hisflag
flag rolled up Richards knew hiss lu signal signalwas IiIg slgztaiwas al alwas
was alit t of order f and hd uncertain of or action actionand aeUonand actionand
and was q told by an engineer who was waaon wason wason
on the station platform that It t wa clear clearIt
It remained as it was and the crash c Cal fellorred Cal1oed l llo
lorred lorredWYOMING lo 1oedWYOMING ed edVYO
WYOMING VYO UNG YOUTH YO THIN THINPR1SON IN INPRISON INPRISON
PRISON FOR FORMURDER FORMURDERButte MURDER MURDERclal MURDERl1utte
l1utte Butte JuI July ISA A Sheridan Wyo Vo ape spectat apecml
clal to the theUnersas Miner Bays that Manuel Hill Hilla
a lad 19 years of age last night stabbed stabbedKpnster stabbedKonster J JK01ster
Kpnster Konster ySreen a Flnlander < in the neck neckdaring neckdunng neckiluring
daring a drunken row killing him Hill Hillhas Hiltbeen
has been lodged in j i n II Another Fin Finlander Fin1ander Finlander
lander named Dials received a knife knUcw knifeu4tLnd 1
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Np Evidence to Show How the Unfortunate Alan Aet AetHis AetHis MetHis
His Death Though There W Ws fs s a Scalp Wound t tBehind iBehind tBehind
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I < Hi Ihe e American eofesul c c hsnl snl at P Pimbu PimbuJoseph
Joseph G Stevensattended St Stsvons Yt15 attended tepro teproceedings theroceedibgs ¬
ceedings ceedingsAfter ceedngsAft a aAfter
I After Aft r the jury jur had viewed rie ed t UIbot1 UIbot1the bodythe body bodythe
the first t witness Thomas Snewden Snewdenlaborer snew en a alaborer alaborer
laborer who discovered the t remains in inthe inf Ini
i the breakers testified to t the th recovery recoveryof recoe Y Yof
f of the corpse as cabled to the Associ Associated ASSOCiI ¬
I ated Press Saturday SaturdayA
A policeman who searched seareheclf tee e body bodytold bodytold bodytold
told ofvthe Of of5 the recovery of a geld Tvpteh Tvptehwhich wJttchwhieh ntchwhich
which had stopped at six oclock o Gck some someEnglish someEngIL someEnglish
English < h gold and silver colas C01bS and a apocket apocket
pocket book containing 60 in American Americannotes Americanl1ete Americapnotes
notes a areceipt receipt for a subscription su1 subscriptiontothe > to tothe tothe
the Blennerhassett Club a receipt from fromthe frombe fromhe
the be Grand Hotel Broadway New ew York Yorjcfor Yorlcfor Yorkbr
for 250 which Loomis desired to be sent senttohis s s4ntto nt nttohis
tohis to his wife a gold ring with the name nameMildred nameMildred nameMildred
Mildred inside etc etcThe etcThe
The jUr jury found the d deased tgeased was wasFrederick i iFrederick
Frederick Kent Loomis and that he hewas hewas hewas
was found dead de d in Bigsbury Bay Baythere Baythere Baythere
there being no evidence to show how he hemet hemet hemet
met his death deathHILLS deathHilLS deathHILLS
HILLS TURN TO MOVE MOVEAnother MOVEnother MOVEAnother
Another Play in the Northern NorthernSecurities NorthernSecurities NorthernSecurities
Securities Case Expected Expectedin
in a Day or Two TwoNdw TwoN TwoNw
Ndw N w York July IS lSPreStdent President James JamesJ J rnes
J Hill of the Northern Securities S Sec rltles ties com company C m mf ¬
any f and Colonel W V P dough chief eKiwfcounsel elChticounsel chiefcounsel
counsel held a consultation today toda on onthe
the recentdecision of Judge Bradforf Bradforfof 1 1o
of o the United States district court in inTrenton inTrentpo inTrenton
Trenton Trentpo restraining the Northern Se Sepuritiescompany S Sceuritieg
euritieg puritiescompany company from distributing distr1bu tin g its itsassets t tassets Itsassets
assets pro rata until the trial of the theHarriman theHarriman theHarriman
Harriman suit to compel the holding holdingcompany hCJIdt hCJIdtomp holdingotnpany
company omp ny to give back to the Harriman Harrimaninterests HarrlmAftIntere Harrhnaitinterests
interests Intere ts the Identical Northern Pa Pacific Pacificrailwa P Pchicrailway ¬
cific cificrailwa chicrailway railway stock which bleh they put Into Intothe Intothe
the merger company companyColonel companyCOIOMI
Colonel dough was asked after afjr the theconference th thconference theconference
conference If President Hill iftd de derided decfded Ogtided ¬
tided to appeal from Judge BradfordJ BradfordJdecision BradfordJdecision Bradfarddecision
decision and he said saidTho saidhThQ saidThe
The decision on the petition petitJontor for an aninjunctio anjnjunctio aninjunctio
injunctio ndoes not decide the tb merits of ofthe orthe ofthe
the question They Tht > 3 are re to be deter determined det determined ¬
mined later We are not notpropnred prepared to tomake tomake
make m ke public yet exactly what hat steps will willbe wfUtaken willbetaken
be betaken taken in view of the injunction injunctiont InjunctionSumc injunctionufflcd
t Sumc > uflic ufflcd < it tosay to s noy U now that the interests interestspf lntere ts tslt
pf thestockholders the stockhotders of the Northern NorthernSecurities NorthernSecurities NorthernSecurities
Securities company will be fully pro protected protectMb irotected ¬
tected tectMb by the move we have ht 1 mind mindwhich mlndwbich mindwhich
which may be made known kno 1 in a day or ortwo ortwo ortwo
two
ID 110 110JUMPED
JUMPED OVERBOARD OVERBOARDSuicide OVER OARD OARDSuicide
Suicide of a Woman on the Kaiser KaiserPlymouth KaiserWilhelm KaiserWilhelm
Wilhelm II IIPlYI1outh i iPiynouth
Plymouth England E July juty M 1Tras 1Trasasaln lTragedy lTragedyagain Tragedy Tragedyagainx
again marked the homeward oyatre of ofthe orthe ofthe
the North German Lloyd steamer Kaiser
Wilhelm II On the arrival of o the roe vessel VC6gel roeneZ ¬
gel here today toda almost at the hour that thatnn thatnn thatfin
nn Inquest J was being held eyes the th Lody Lodyof Jo Joof
of F Kent Loomis it was 83 announced a no DCed that thata
a second class clft passenger Mrs Llpschnftz Lipseheltshad
had committed suicide by jumping over overboard overhoard ¬
hoard when the shin was one day y out outfrom outfrom outfrom f
from New York Hundr Hun Hundreds rPdti ds of passengers passengerswltnesseU pIlSBengerswitnesseU passengerswitnesseil
wltnesseU the suicide and watched Ft tcbed the ef efforts ef1
forts of a lifeboat to rscn res the woman womanMo womanNo womanNo
No trace of the body bod vas found ToundANDRIEFF foundANDRIEFF boundANDRIEFF erl
ANDRIEFF KILLED IN INPUBLIC INPUBLIC INPUBLICTHOROUGHFARE
PUBLIC PUBLICTHOROUGHFARE PUBLICTHOROUGHFAREAdgahakent THOROUGHFARE THOROUGHFAREAdgshakent THOROUGHF ABE ABEAdgshakent
+ Adgshakent Government of orEJlzabthpoJ ofEllzabethpnl +
+ 4 Ellzabethpol July 18 ISThe The assess assnSTInaUon 4 4ination f ff
+ f ination yesterday evening of Vice Vicef ViceGoemor VIceGovernor +
+ f Governor Andreiff of JBlhsafcethpot ofJtitzabethporoccurred m1izabethPooccurred +
+ f occurred in a frequented d thor thoropjhfat thoroughfare + 4 4oughfare
+ oughfare The murderer who whofired Q Qfired +
+ fired six Ix bullets Into AndrelfCs Andrel s + f
+ back escaped escapedAttdreiffIatterb escapedAndreif + 4 4Andrelff
+ Andrelff AttdreiffIatterb latterly bad received recel receivedmany d +
+ f many 11 any threatening lettecg Ie tteJli The Th Thmurderer f
+ f murderer Is h supposed to + b an Ai A t tmenfan f fmenlan
+ f menian A matt atanhas has boen we arrosl4 arrqst azres azresed f fed I
+ ed on suspicion if ift E EL 4 +
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No New Arrivals Arr ArrivalsCongratulations ivalscongrat Congratulations CongratulationsFrom lations lationsErom
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Ksjp t rntis rntismf bs s xrTV mf JWly JJ S A heavy liegvyaieetric heavyi yy yyt
t aieetric eltrjc and rainstorm ramst broke b about aboutv aboutmidnight vtmidnight
v midnight and reached re hed its height heightat
at 1 oc6 ocl Oclbcik ik7 < Lightning hashes ftashlSoI ftashlSoIlo tot followed totiow ¬
lowed lo iow de d each ch other at intervals of a few fewseconds fewj
seconds and the thunder undeF was W S almost almostj al almostcontinuous t tI
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j I continuous In the th village tear was wasexpressed wasexpressed
I expressed that lightning lgh llnf would strike strikethe
the buildings buldin s at Rosamount Ro unt but the thefears thefears thefears
fears w4re w wOre re not realised realisedJudge reaUaedJudge realisedJudge
John W WKern WKern ro roI
Judge Parker rose early arl
I Kern of Indianapolis who has been beenhis beenhis
his guest since Saturday embarked on onthe onthe onthe
the steamer Mary Powell from Kings Kingston Kln Kinnaton s ¬
ton onwhlch o hich he traveled to New York YorkOn York YorkOn YorkOn
On account of the conference of lead leaders leaders leadera
ers in New York today no1 nolsltors visitors were wereexpected wereexpected
expected to arrive here After the New N NewYork w
York conference many man prominent men menare menare
are fexpected exI > ected to come here ber Former FormerSenator F FornerSenator
Senator Davis r vice presidential candi candidate candidate candtdate ¬
date Is expected tomorrow tomorrowPolitics tomorrowPolitics
Politics played small part in Judge JudgeParkers JudseParkers JudgeParkers
Parkers life today toda The departure for forNew forNew
New York of Mr r Kern and William F FSheehan FSheehan
Sheehan left the judge alone The tel telephone telephone telephorie ¬
ephone at Rosemount was burned out outduring outdUring outduring
during the night and communication communicationwith
with the Kingston telephone exchange exchangewas I iwas
was Impossible during the forenoon forenoonJudge forenoonJudge
Judge Parker accompanied Mr Kern Kernto Kemto Kernto I
to the wharf when the latter went
ritMtc1J ritMtc1J8tJoeMn
awL 1 and afteV the tJi theb bpatWS b ft rnT rit mId mIdstiesn M Mstream
stream took his nwacnfng plunge kiU kiUthe INoJ INoJtbe Lo Lothe >
the river PaseeBgecs pMeJQ on ol the boat had fiadseen hadseen i iEeen
seen him on OR the wharf when wlt the boat boatlanded boatlanded I
landed and crowded to the rails to towatch towatchJha
watch watchJha him until the wharf was hidden hiddenfrom hiddenfrom hiddenfrom II
from view viewAmong viewAmong
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Among th t the telegrams received by by1GdJe
1GdJe Jfid e Parker today toda was one 0It from fromCluunp fromChamp j
Champ Clark permanent PfTJII8Jlentchainnan chairman of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the St Louis convention who sent his hiscongratulations hiscongratulations hiscongratulations
congratulations congratulationsJudge congratulationsJudge congratulationsJudge
Judge Parker declined to say any an anthing ¬
I thing about the publishedstory published story that he hehad behad hehad
had invited Charles F Murphy leader leaderof le der derof
of Tammany Hall to come to Rose Rosemount Rosemount Rostmount
mount and that the latter tter had declined declinedThere declinedThere declinedThere
There is I good reason however to re regard regwd regard ¬
gard the story as devoid of fact It is iswell Iswell
well understood here that Judge Par Parker Parker Parher ¬ II IIwell
ker Mr Sheehan and their friends friendshave friendsbave friendshave
have no wish to affront Mr Murphy
in any way W It is fskDOWn known that Tam Tammany Tammany
many is to have much more than nom nominal norblnal nommat ¬
mat consideration but there is no rea reason reason rcason ¬
son to suppose that any an direct overtures overtureshave overtureshave
have yet gone forth from riosemonnt riosemonntMany Rosem PosemountMany unt untMany
Many matters 1D tters await the conference conferenceIn I
in New e York tonight and It Is likely likelythat likelythat
that direct communication communi Uon with Mr MrMurphy I IIurphy IMurphy
Murphy is one on of them The headquar headquarters headuartern ¬
tern for newspaper n correspondents will willbe willbe willbe
be opened shortly in the lodge at Rose Rosemount Rosemount Rosemount
mount
ROOSEVELT ASKED TO INTERVENE INTERVENESpring
Spring Valley m July IS 1IFive Five thousand miners mers from rein Spring Val Valley ValLa ValIcy ¬ i
Icy La Salle aiIe Peru OgeSbury Ladama Seatonvltle Depue and Daf Dafzell Dafzen Datzefl
zen assembled Jlssembl d in Spring Valley alley today io to take part in a deminstration dellllnstraUonenundatlon
denunciation ot Governor or Peabody of Colorado There were ten tho thoSnria then t1onflnd thenriti 1
Snria riti persons p present Governor ernor Peabody j was denounced in English EnglishFrench EngUahFretteh EnglishFrench i
French Italian a and d Polish by several speakers 5 ken5 Resolutions 1tes lutions were werepasftert werepns
pasftert pns < > cf requesting 1equest ng President Roosevelt to t < intervene Int n In the tII strike strikeSpringfield 9ttikeSpringfield strikeSpringfield
Springfield 111 July 18 lLTo Two thousand miners Of the th Springfield Springfieldsubdistrict Spr1n Sprtnpfleldsubdistrict ekl eklsubdtstnct i
subdistrict today held a mars meeting meettn at die state arsenal and adopted adoptedresolutions adoptedresolutions
resolutions denouncing what 1Jt they termed the an warranted use of mill military mlUtao milltary ¬ I
tary power by Governor GO Ernor Peabody Pe b04y of Colorado Coiora o and asking aski President PresidentRoosevelt PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt to intervene in the he Colorado Co4orzdotrike strike
NEGRO ROBBERS IN INDANGER INDANGER INDANER
DANGER OF LYNCHING LYNCHINGTopeka LYNCHINGTopeka LYNCHINGTopeka
Topeka lan July IS lSXathal1 Nathart Shad Shadand Shadand Shadand
and Blaine GreenxvajO Greenwa two Holton ne negroes negroe nogroe ¬
groe are in the he county jail here herecharged b herecharged re recharged
charged with assault with intent to tokill tokilL tokill
kill They The are charged with trying to torob torob torob
rob Arthur Scott a whHe hfte boy 16 years yearsold y nrs nrsold r rold
old in Holton and fracturing his skull skullwith skullI1h skullwith
with I1h a rock The negroes will be held heldhere h heldhere d dhere
here pending the result of Scotts in injuries injuries injuries ¬
juries and wilt > Hi then be taken to Hoiton Hoitonfor Holtonor Roitonfor
for or preliminary trial trialThe trialTife
The feeling In Holton is very bitter bitteragainst blttprinst bitteragaint I
against inst the th negroes and it was to pre prevent I Ivent Ivent
vent a possible POSSi ble lynching Jyn blng that the of offleers officers
fleers brought them here Scott is in a avery svery avery
very serious condition conditionBRITISH j jBRITISH
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LOOK AFTER A TER RUSSIANS RUSSIANSLondon RUSSIANSLondon I ILondon
London July Jul 19 19The The Daily Bxprew Bxprewthis e xpremthis
this morning prints the following dis dispatch dIp d dpatch ¬ I
patch p teh dated dnl d July ISth from its corre correaomlent corree correenent corraondent
aomlent nent at Malta MaltaThe MaltaThe laJtaTbE
The > British Mediterranean fleet left lefthere lefthere n nhfle
here today toda for Alexandria It Is t1Klieved t1Klievedthat believed believedthat believedthat
that the destination of the fleet may be beconnact beC9nnected beconnected
connact connected d with the presence of the R Run Russian Runslanvoluntecr 8J 8JalanVolunteer
alanVolunteer sian olunteEr fleet oet steam stenmtS = r In the Red RedECO Redsea Redsea
sea The British Brftl < h cruiser Terrlbl6 is 5 saW saWto sakito sIdto
to have sailed from Suez today todo for the theptrpose thepcrpose I Ipurpose
purpose of looking after the interests lDt rf1ts < 01J 01JBrlOsh or orBritish ofBritish
British merchantmen merchantmenBEEF merchantmen11EEF
+ + + + + + + + + + + + 4 4BEEP + + + + + +
+ +
+ BEEF HIGHER IN u LONDON LONDONLondon +
+ 1 5 5London +
+ T 1T London July IS ISAs As a result of ofthe ofthe + f ff
+ f the strike of the employes of the thegreat thegreat +
9 + great packing packln houses in the Unifed jnit jnittates tnitelStates + 4
4 + States tates Itrisrexpected Itiigr itto xpectEd that the th jprltle prltiotbee prlt prltofbeef 4 +
4 of otbee beef will be be1ralnoa > ralsca Jpbrire ± ponrpcr ponrpcrpound por 4 4pound +
4 + pound by the end of the week weeki weeka 4
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EXSECRETARY EXSE RETARYROOT RETARYROOTVlsi ROOT ROOTVISITS
VISITS Vlsi S OYSTER BAY BAYOyster BAYOyster
Oyster Bay July H 1LFonner Formar Secretary Secretaryof
of War Eliliu Root Is S8R an overnight guest guestof t1Ie8tof guestof
of President klent Reoeevclts at Sagamore SasslllOreHL SagunioreHIlL j jHUL
HIlL HLIt HIlLIt j
It is known > that he 1 came to confer conferwith eoafertth conferwith
with tth Mr Rooeeveit t regarding regn the speech speechbe I
be will m d di deliver ttver r next week at the the tlnwof UnMof theof
of his notification This is the first tjrae tjraetbe tlmethe tjmethe
the president and Mr Root have ha met metsince metf metsine
since f the convention at a which the lat latter latter ¬
ter as temporary chairman sounded soun ed the thekeynote thokeynot thekeynote
keynote of the presidential convention conventionMlas convtntlonlsg conventionMisi
Mlas lsg Alice A Roosevelt who has h 8 been beenvisiting beenlettlng beenvisiting
visiting friends on Long Island leached teachedhere leachedhere xeachedhere
here today This is the first t tme > me she shehas shehas shehs
has been at home since the arrival here hereof hereot hereof
of the family tantll for the summer summerGEOLOGIST SU1JmerIt summerGEOLOSTASSUNED
It ItGEOLOGIST
GEOLOGIST GEOLOSTASSUNED GEOLOSTASSUNEDTO ASSIGNED ASSIGNEDTO
TO SALT SALTLAKE LAKE BASIN BASINWashington BASINWasbln BASINWashington
Washington Wasbln ton D C July IS 1904 1904After 1901After 904 904After
After finishing his work at atEIPaso atEIPasoTexas El Paso PasoTexas PasoTexas
Texas Geologist G eokrf 0 st G B Richardson of ofsigned ofthe
the geological su survey e has been as assrned assigned I
signed to a Ii study efhrteslan f artesian problems problemsIn
In the eastern part of Salt Lake basin basinUtah basinUtah basinttah I
Utah Numerous wells have been found foundin I Iift Iin
in this region but the underground undergroundwaters undergroundwaters undergroundwaters
waters present many variations In con condition conmUon contiltioti ¬
dition of occurrence occurrenceTJNCLE oceurrenceUNCLE occurrenceUNCLE
oceurrenceO O
UNCLE SAM NOT INTERESTED INTERESTEDV INTERESTEDIngton INTERESTEDSashIngton i
V ashtngton Ington July IS 18The The authori authorities authoritieg authorlties ¬
ties are viewing with equananimity equannnimitythe j j
the actions of the Russian privateers privateersIn j
In the Red sea ea It Is said that there Is Islittle Islittle Islittle
little chance of America becoming In Involved Inolved Involved ¬
volved because the American vessels vesselsgassing vesselsing vesselsisingthrotigh
gassing isingthrotigh ing through the e lied sea and tttd the theSuez t theSuez e eSUf
Suez > Z caji3lffixi c 13T mxt4i uaifig warships and sihdtransports andtransports nd ndtransports
transports have tave Lve scarcely averaged one oneyear onpa onea >
a year for B87 B srvstnlseara cab eax e past
BOTH SIDES ARE AREFULL AREFULL I IFULL
FULL OF FIGHTProspect FIGHT FIGHTNo
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No N Prospect That the Packing PackingHouse PackingHbuse PackingHouse
House Hbuse Strike Will WillBe Be Settled Settledi SettledMEAT SettledME
4 4MET i
MEAT ME ATHIGHER HIGHER AND SCARCE SCARCEOU
OUT OU OF OPTRBAGROPTPOOR OPTRBAGROPTPOORIN THE KBAGH OF THE POOR POORIN I IUT
IN THE BAST BASTOfcWigo BAST0It EASTl
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l + 4 + + 4 + + + 4 4July + + + + + + + + + +
+ OfcWigo 0It s July IS A fresh ef eff eftI 4 4Irttowrd +
f + Itort tI rttoward toward a settlement of the tbteking thepncking + t tpacking
+ packing eking house strike s ikewas was made madh madeUii 4
+ 4 h tiiic afternoon Gn by Byseeretary be Secretary C I L LCh L4J + f
4 4J Chdwp Ch lf of the Stationary Fire FI FIn 4 t ttr
4 tr mails n mefls e s International union and andt andP 4 4President
+ t President P ldeRtJoieph Joseph Morton of the tbe10CIU thelo + t tf
+ f local lo J body of the same orgmnisa orpniatIon organisatloii + t ttfon
+ tfon The two omctals effected a af aConreren + 4coflfeiWe
+ f conference e with President Donnel DonDelb 4 4lyand 4 4f
+ f ly lyand and proceeded ed to can on the thef thepaCkirs the4 +
4 f packers packerst paCkirsThe packrsThe +
+ t The o1 officiate eaJa of the Jlftmenullten4afled firemens remen8ualoafafted +
+ union ullten4afled Called In the effort The Tbepackers 4 4packers t tpackers
+ packers were scattered thro throughout tllro9Jfhoutthe aout aoutf 4 4th
+ f the th stock yards and could not be beseetJ +
4 4 s sean seetJCHICAGO seanffflCAGO an anHICAGO +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
ffflCAGO HICAGO Jnly ri IS 18Altbougb Although ex exj exprecosl
CHICAGO 11 j preying precosl faith in the strikers strik trIker rf abil ability abilIty abilRy ¬
ity to win should th the packing packingI packingb9tL packinghedse
I ho b9tL se wage struggle become a test of ofI ofend ofendUrance
I endurance end r1tJteet1Ie the strike leaders were to toay t tstilt toy
ay y still in a receptive e mood Op O re returning retumlDb yeturiiliig ¬
turning from East St Louis today todayPresident toda todaPresident todaPresident
President Donnelly declared he would wouldhoia wouldhom wouldhoffl
hoia no further conference with the thepackers thepaeicers thepaeker
packers paeker unless they ked for a meet meeting meeting meeting ¬
ing He also said there would be no noeffort noeffort noeffort
effort to call canout out the livestock IIve toek handlers handlersfor bandlnfor handlerfor <
for the reason that toe strikers were wereunwilling wereunwilling wereunwilling
unwilling to cause widespread suffering sufferingamong Q1feringamong sufferingamong
among the cattle now m fn the th pens that thatmust thatmuat thatmuat
muat necessarily n rny follow the neglect neglectsuch neglectsuch neglectsuch
such as as s a strike would bring brl about aboutAs aboUtAs aboutAs
As soon as President Donnelly ar arrived arrived artired ¬
rived he met Homer D Call interna international Internadohl ¬ I Itio
tional tio al secretary s < retalY and treasurer of the thebutdhers thebutthenioranlaatlon thebutdhersorgenisation
butdhers butthenioranlaatlon organization and went into a aconference aeonleRlKe aconference
conference with Joseph W Morton and andC andC andC
C L Champ officiate of the stationary stationaryfiremens stationaryfiremens I
firemens union Then President Don Donnelly Dontcny Donzielly ¬
nelly met Business Agent A nt McClelland McClellandof
of the elevator men oilers and mill millwrights mUlwIignts millwrights ¬
wrights helpers McClelland called a aspecial aspecial aspecial
special meeting meetfn of his organization for fortomorrow tortomorrow fortomorrow
tomorrow afternoon at which it will be bedecided bedecided bedecided
decided whether wh ber to strike strikeBoom strikeBoom strikesooni
Boom for Independents IndependentsThis
This strike cannot be broken unless unlessthe unlessthe
the packers come to proper terms ternssaid termssaid termssaid
said Mr Ir Donnelly They are talking talkingabout I Iabout Iabout
about the great business bu they t are 401 401Yh doingWhy doing doingWhy
Why Yh they are not doing 2 per cent of ofnormal ornonnAlbusinese ofnormal
normal nonnAlbusinese business now no and I know for a afact i ifact
fact that Armour killed only sixteen sixteenhogs
hogs from the time the strike started starteduntil stllrteduntil starteduntil
until Saturday night In St Louis the theone theone theone
one trust packing plant is tied up uptighter uptighter uptighter
tighter than a drum and the indepen independent Indepennt ¬
dent ent > nt packers are doing a rushing busi business businlSS htmlness ¬
ness running both day and night nl kt We Weare Weae Wea
are a e sending 5 ndl1 them all the union men mentheyneed menthey mciitheyneedin
theyneed they need in East St Louie LouieIn L Loulein u uIn
In Chicago the independent packers packersand packersll
and ll butchers are reaping benefit from fromtiie fromlkellnt
tiie sjlrBveJ lkellnt fltej intend nd to send WE gangs gangsof gangsoT ga gao
of o cottle butcbfers tonight t to fndepen fndepende fndependest
dent t plants pl t1ts in Philadelphia New York YorJtl Yorkand
and Buffalo We make no secret of ofour ofdesireto ofour
our desire desireto to give all the help we can to tothe tlthe tothe
the Independent fn epen4ent fair unionemploying unionemployingcompanies unloremploylngcomponies ytn ytncompanies
companies for they the are helping us in inour inour Inour
our fight We t want the public to suf suffer sufr suffcr ¬
fer r as little as possible possibleMore poaeibleMore poseibleNore
More Men at WorkFrom WorkProm Work WorkFrom
From the the packers side came a state statement statemen statemen ¬
ment men that about bout SW W more men were at atwork 8twork atwork
work than were employed Saturday SaturdayReceipts SatuniayReeeipt
SatUrdaYI
Receipts of the day were the largest largestsince largestsince t
since the strike began consisting co of of8W8 ofseeo I
8W8 S cattle 100ft 10 bogs and 8 S0IO OW sheep sheepRenewal sheepRenewal
Renewal l of peace negotiation > was wasnot wasnot I
not looked for by the employers and the theopinion theopinion
I
opinion that the contest will resolve resolveitself resolveitself resolveitself
itself into a contest for ultimate su supremacy anpremacy 1
premacy was reported rep rted to be gaining gainingground gainingground
ground There was no marked change changein
in the prices of meat t to retail dealers dealersin
in the downtown district The TIleme TIlemeprices same sameprices sameprices
prices obtained as Saturd SAturm but the thesmall thesmaJ1 thesmall
small dealers anticipated a famine if ifthe ifthe I
the strike continue continueBBTJTAX continuesBRUTAL
I IBRUTAL
BRUTAL ASSATTL2J ASSATTL2JITonTJnion ASSAULIIf ASSAUITNonUnion
NonUnion If 3VIaa Dying in Hospital Hospitalas
as a Result EeaultChicaso RellultChlcd
Chicaso Chlcd ChIcko July 18 18slu Slugged e into in insen InsenibIlity
sen 8e senibIlity itoility by a dozen men early today todayand todayaDd todayand IIII
and left for dead on the tracks tracp of the theAshland theAshland theAshiand
Ashland avenue trolley line at West WestFortyseveath WestFortyseventh I
Fortyseveath Folty eveDth street Anton Bartnsia Bartusiakevin < la
kovis an employe at the t Swift parking parkingplant paklnplant packingplKnt I
plant is dying dyb at tho county hospital hospitalHis I IHis II18 I
His injuries iftj rles In the opinion of the in inspeetor illsp i iSpector j >
speetor sp tor were inflicted by strike oJm ymi i ip Ipathizers
pathizers p tnbers and the wheels of a trolley trolleyThe trolleyThe IThe I
The melt according to a witness who whohas f fhas Ihas
has talked to the police pol set upon Bar Rart BattusiakovIn
tusiakovls t ovlf as he was wa going Ing home from fromwork fromwork
work When rhf they could < not make him himjoin himJoin
the strikers etrtkerstbpy they broke his skull skullfractured 8kunfractured skulLfractured
fractured his jaw kicked him hImthe abour I
the face head ead and body bod and then thenthrew thentitre thenthrew
threw titre him upon the car tracks tracksThe trackThe tracksThe
The motonnan of a car approach appr appmoching appmochingnet hi1 hi1net n nnet I
net long afterward saw the body in intime 111time Intime
time to stop the car but not befor beforthe j jthe
the wheel had crushed Bartusiakovis Bartusfakovisshoulder Bartusiakovisshouldcr I IshouliJr
shoulder The Injured man was taken j i ito Ito Ito
to the county hospital He has not re regained rtgained I Igained j
consciousness consMeunessMrs j I Irrs
gained oo
I Iwirttlow
Mrs rrs W Cllffprd attracted to her herwinnow h hei heiwiflIow
winnow by b the sound of men lighting nghtingsaw ght1n I
saw the attack and declares she can canidentify ca canIdentify 1 1identify
identify several of Bartwstakovis as assailants assailants assallants ¬
sailants sailantsCircular sailantsCircular sallantsCircular
Circular Againsfe Agaiu Violence ViolencePresident ViolencePresident ViolencePresident
President Donnelly today sent out outcircular x xcircular acircular
circular urging u Ins tbe men against vio violence violenee riolenee ¬
lenee as follows foffowsWe foVowsWe followstVe
We must win w1oBecuse winBecause
Because every American citizen citlsenmust cI citizenmust zen
must have living wages wagesMusthave wagesIust wagesMust I
Musthave Must l1ave the very best for the thechildren th thechildren t
children childrenMusi childrenIus childrenMus
Musi have 1ave recognition for the union unionWe unionWe unionWe
We can win winIf winHIt winIf
HIt If you stick by the union unionIf unionIf
If we obey the union when whed it sup srtysMolest 7afotest supMolest
Molest no person or property pro rty and andabide andabide andabide
abide strictly by the laws ofthe of the coon coontry countn coontry
try MICHAEL DONNELLY DONNELLYOf
Of the men injured lnj rJ4 In Sundays riot riotnear riotnear I
near the stock st < k yards two are in a crit critical critIcal emitical ¬
ical condition conditionHank conditionFlank conditionPlank
Hank Movement MovementA
A flank fl nk movement by b the strikers strikersdeveloped strikersdeveloped strikersdeveloped
developed today in the announcement announcementby
by President Donnelly that in conjunc conjuncdent OnjuDCtion conjunctlon <
tion with William Sterling vl vice Jl8i Jl8id presidOnt
dent d nt of the Butchers Workmens Workmensunion Workmensunion Workmensunion
union John Floersch secretary of the thephy thepacking
I
packing trades council and Philip Mur Murphy Iur Iurphy
phy champion butcher of the world worldrecently worldrecently worldrecently
recently employed by Swift Co he hewill hewill bewill
will start a small packing house where whereunion whereurtion whereuzilon
union butchers bu hers may secure supplies at atprices atprices atprices
prices which will enable strikers to pur purcha purchase
chase cha meat without contributing to the theprofits theprofits
of the big concerns Cattle and andhoge andhoge
hoge have already been bought Presi President Plosldent President ¬
dent Donnelly asserted the plant se secured Be BeQur seourdd
cured Qur dand and operations are expected e pecle4 to tobegin tobegin tobegin
begin tomorrow tomorrowStrike tomorrowSrike tomorrowStrike
Strike Srike May Extend ExtendA Extendspectal
A special meeting meet ng ef e th tie Afcckinc AfcckincHouse PakinHouse PavkingHouse
House Teamsters union wit be held heldCConUnusdcn heldontinu heldtanUnusdon
CConUnusdcn ontinu n PacajK Page > a
HAMMOND OUT OUTTO OUTTO OUTTO
TO BE BEGOVERNOR BEGOVERNORSecretary GOVERNOR GOVERNORSecretary GOVERNORt GOVERNORSecretary
t
Secretary of State Makes Pub Public Public Publie ¬
lic Announcement AnnouncementBELONGS AnnouncementBELONGS Announcementt AnnouncementBELONGS
t
BELONGS TO NO FACTION FACTIONPOSITION FACTIONf
1 1POSITION
4 4POSITION f
POSITION OF GOVERNOR WELLS WELLSSTTLI WELLSSTILL WELLSSTILL
STILL IN Il DOUBT DOUBTCCOKDING J OtmTt OtmTA
4 4ACCOG t
ACCOG CCOKDING G t to expectation e tatiJ Serro Serrot Serrotary Sfertar SetreM
A M t tar i James T Hammond raado raadoformal roadftenaal rj rjformal
formal announcement of hi candi candidacy cand14Iae7 canddae ¬
dacy dae for the Republican R can nominal nominalfor nommalifor norninatifor
for governor yesterday 7 The Th ai ainotmceraent a anoenceinent 1 1nowaeeBent
notmceraent was made In the following followingwords fcilowi1ords fc how I Iwords
words wordsMy wordsMy ords
ordsMy
My My name having been n used u d by b th thpeople t tpeople h hpeople
people and in the press as a piob piobcandidate pro proeandidate > 1
candidate for governor I feel that t h htime htI htime
time tI has arrived when I should nuik nuikan makan nitkan <
an announcement I have touclud toucludto ollludto
to declare myself a candidate be twf twfthe befr befrthe f fthe >
the Republican R pubUcan convention for nomina nomination fI ntmiatioti < mill l ltlon ¬
tion for governor governorIn govenwrHIn
HIn In making this announcement I ap appeal 11 11pea a apeal ¬
peal to the rank and andftle file of th the < > par parfor anfor parfez
for support If elected I shall not n naider cn cnskier c calder >
skier myself mY8f > IC the representative 1et of a aspecial aI aspecial <
special ial interest < t of the state or fact factof factof j jof
of the party but will m impartially r rresent p rresent > 1 1N
I resent N StI1t all of the t he varied interests t s of t tstate tL tLstate L Lstate
state stateI
Two Candidates in Field FieldThis FieldTbi8 PieldThis
I
This settles all doubt as to Mr Ha Hamonds Hamoods Hamoods
moods position > and places two t avow avowcandidates LO LOcaooldates vov vovLLidIdatea
candidates in the field tleldXr Mr Hammond Hammondand i iand Iand
and J C Cutler CutlerMr CutlerMr CutlerMr
Mr Hammonds admission That fa fatkms fations f ftions
tions exist in his party whii > by i imeans ime tmesas >
means ns a startling revelation is of it ittereet irtereet itterest
tereet because ause of its source and nd viV wi1likely w viVlikely 1 1likely
likely require explanation later How However However However ¬
ever Mr Hammond cannot be b vtew vtewin 14win jcwin
in any light other than that of a pi piiieer pinter piimeer
iieer in publicly recognizing the fa fathat fi fithat
that the party in Utah is rent asund asundby aJlundby asundby
by discordant elements The breach breachalready bltathnlready breachtlready
already so wide that the active f ftionists flionists 1tionists
tionists are expected to soon aban abanifurther < 1i 1ifurther
further attempts to ignore it T Tactivity 1acth T1 T1acUvty
activity acth ty of Smoot in chooSing hoo inllt hip hipherents h hherents haherents
herents for nomination to state statences stateflees
flees ftces It is thought will provok > rou router eetiter 0111 0111tel
ter activity from Kearns and the thepublican t hf r rpublican fl flpublican
publican war will be In full swine 01 01ntofu 01 01JIIOrft otmorn
morn ntofuTliere mornThere
JIIOrftThere There Is hope for Hammond or 8 8oUaft 5t 5tother < > n nother
other man not tied up with wit h StUn SnvvahouM StUnshouJ SmoshouLd
shouLd Kearns take a band He Wi WiROt w wnot wr wrnot
not unless conditfops change great greaticome greatcome p pcome
come out for Smoots choice Th Thwould Thewould Tbwould
would prove beyond a doubt 4 that th thsenior thMlafor thsenior
senior senator sentt r was merely playing poi poitics po potJc p0tics
tics and would Id fool nobody Forthf Forthfmore FartlieJDOTe Furthcmore
more It is stated by men close to txv 0Jlebators hosenators h hsenators
senators that the conflict con lct between thpi thpihJ thplIs thetis
Is irreconcilable It te said to hav havchanged havchaDed barchanged
changed from a political antipathy DtSp t tpersonal to topersonal tr < >
r personal hatred without a hope or orpeacefnf o opeacefut opeacefur
peacefnf adjustment adjustmentWells adjustmentWells adjustmentWells
Wells Position in Doubt DoubtHammond DoubtHall DoubtHammond
Hammond DOnd while not known as H Hfactlonhit tfact1enlst afactionlet
factlonhit is certainly not notObe notObeSatoots one oneSmoots oneSnioots
Smoots favorite favorite and nd d this thlsdrcum thlsdrcumstance eJrcum eJrcumstaaoe drcumstance
stance may win him the support tropportK of ofKearns t tKeniras
Kearns K 8 The entry of Governor Wei Weiwhich Weilwltleh WelwhIch
which is still regarded M as e possible h hmany hmany I Imany
many and Jk ptotMtrte 1l by some may bs bsa b ba bea
a disturbing di turbln factor tart in the mafieuver mafieuverof mdIevvot
of ta t e Hammond forces Should ShouldKearns S outdxMr hCU1dKenrds
Kearns s bedriven to a choice betwet betwetWelte betwefWeUs betwetWelis
Welte and Hammond because becauseSmo becauseSmoots of ofSmoots <
Smoots activity there is i hard sl sled sledding d ddinS < l ldinff
dinS ahead for Wells or Hammond HammondBoth HammoTidBoth HammondBoth
Both may count on the active opposi opposition opposition opposithai ¬
tion of Smoot who has his candidate candidatein candidatin t tin
in the person of Cutler This is some something 8OmthlllK oemthing ¬
thing of a handicap to start with an 1 1if 1If IIf
if Kearns picks up one of the non nonSmoetites n1ISntoetites ne neSnoeUtes
Smoetites the third man might as welt weltquit w weltquit 1t 1tquit
quit right there except in one unlikely anlikelvcontingency unlikIconUngeney unlikelycontingency
contingency That contingency is tha thathe
the convention may ma decide to cut loos loosfrom ieeefrom >
from both senators and choose > a man mznnot m mannot 11
not prominently identified with either eitherBut eith eithBut eitherBut
But as stated stat the contingency is un unlikely utlikely
likel likely because Smoot i is busy organiz organizUnless organtzlag
lag for the state convention right no flnUnless
Unless s Kearns steps in it will iIlbe be a aSmoot aSmoot aSmoot
Smoot h Kearns steps in It will h heither iieither
either Smeot or Kearns so that t h houtlook iioutlook >
outlook for the odd man is gloomy gloomy3CIFCB doomyIUCH gloomyMUCB
3CIFCB SENTIMBNT FOB ATfrKKR PABBState ATfrKKRState A
State Senator Whitmore Discusses DiscussesConditions DiscussesConditions
Conditions in the East BastSenator EastSenator
Senator George C Whitmere was wasthe i ith > ItM
th tM city yesterday ye on hl hilt way from fromthe fr0 rent rentthe 1l 1lthe
the St Louis convention to Ms hon honat Mnat honat >
at Nephl ephl Senator WhItmore likes th thticket thticket tbticket
ticket and the platform In st St Louis Louisand Lauiand LrniisantI
and Chicago C le8go be said I talked wim wimmany wit it itmAny itmany
many leading men especially among amoristhe aU1Olgthe amongthe
the bankers and they all regard regar Pa Fakers Pakes Pahers ¬
hers chances for election as good Or t tpJOIII Onprominent
prominent pJOIII nent banker of Chicago who ha haalways haalways
always been a Republican told ne pii privately pt ptvately
that he intended to vote ote fop forParker frParker
Parker We are afraid of this ma maRooecvelt m mRoo maRooecvelt
Rooecvelt Roo veJt he > said because we can cannever caltnever < au auneer
never tell what he is likely to do doThe douTbe doThe
The compromise polygamy plank plankthat plankthat pIn i i K Kthat
that went in isnt going goin to hurt us any anyand an anand anyand
and it is due to the work of Senate SenateCannon Senar Senarannon Senafntannon
Cannon annon that it went into the platform platformin pttferiin
in eo o mild a form fJrm As it stands It do donot d doe doenot q qnot
not name rtah nor the Mormons and is ISnot isnot
not half so strong as declarations tb thB thBQave thahave t tnave
nave been adopted by the Mormon X01mOcmurcb Mormoneburch
rthurch right here h re in Utah So there the i jno Ia Iano >
no reason why wb it should operate gain againsthe 1 1the
the party in Utah It was as the best b bestthat L Lthat
that could be secured at any rate K Kany I Iany iany
any other Democrats think they tht can g gto gto gto <
to a Democratic national convention conventionand Olwentiolaa < t tand
and head a a thing tMn like that off entirely entirelyI
I will give up my place to one of them themnext tbemext thentnext
next time I think the one who makes makesth makethe makesthe
th the attempt will ill learn something if Ifbad it ithad itJlad
had not been for Cannon we e would ouId not nothave nothave nothave
have got It toned down to say nothing nothingof
of shutting sbuttiD it out entirely entirelyThe entirelyThe entiretyThe
The Utah delegation says Mr Whit Whumore Whitmore Whitmore
more was well treated and received full fullrecognition fullnIC fullrecegnitlon
recognition nIC itIoD from the party leader leaderThey leadfrThey IeaderThey >
They are anxious to carry carr the west westmuch we9tthis westthis
this year be Mid Aad anti are showIng showIngmuch showingmuch
much interest in our state campaign campaignThe campa1cnThe campaignThe
The election in Utah tills year yt > ar meas measa m al alIt
a United States senator and three pr prs prsidentiat ° s sidential sidentlal
idential electors enough to go after afterSir a rt rttlr ftr ftrMr
Sir Peery has made many friends friendsamong trknda1DOftf frindamong
among the influential men of the party partyAmong partyAmonG partyAniong
Among others who have had the im importance importRoe lamprtance ¬
portance of the campaign in Utah Utahbrought Uta ttahbrought h hbrought
brought to their attention by Mr P Ptery Pterymre ery eryAre y yare
Are Mr Belmont t and Mr Taggart iotit iotitof > otii otiiof otilof
of whom have promised to do what whatthey rhatthey hat hatthey
they can to help us win in Utah this thisfan thisfall bi bi1aJL
fan 1aJLlIr
fanair
air Whitmore in common CO with oth 3thwestern thr thrwestern r rwestern
western stockmen is much interest Int InterstI InterstIIn t 4 4in lin
in the packing house e strike He does doesnot dosfl
not fl look for an immediate effect o othe I Itbe ithe <
the stock interests of the west westmay Hh Hhmay Ir IrThe
may result to our advantage h he C4id C4idThe djd djdThe
The pack1 packing house combine was par paving pa paing paring ¬
ing us just what it saw fit to give any anyway anywa anyway ¬
way wa so it couldnt be much worse worseThey worsThey worseThey
They were buying a steer from us for
30 30 and selling it fight back to us for forW
10 and we couldnt help ourselves Bu Buif BuIf Buif
if these big fellows get tied up in ihs ihsstrike thsstrike thastrike
strike the independent packers may ge gea gfa gea
a foothold f tbold that will again give us an anopen anopen anopen
open market Instead af a a cinch gain gamto gJlD1to gainto
to go against againstMr agafn9tllr agaInstMr
Mr Whitmore left forhome for home yester yesterday yest yestday yesterday ¬
day afternoonS afternoon
S So A King Hopeful HopefulMajor HopefulMajor HopefulMajor
Major S A King of Provo was iu iuwa luwn ii iilourzt
lourzt wa last night Alajar JIaj uIajorKing Kins expressed exP1 cpress d

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