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Everyifficulty Every Difficulty Cleared Away way and Zion Zio dan anR Rejoice j ic with With ExceedingGreat Ex Exi Exceeding
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V ceeding ceedingGreat Great Joy JoyOnly Only Delegates Delegatesarid Delegatesaridrllembers DelegatandMembers and andfiflembers
Members Can Vote
4 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
+ Portend Poud Or Ore Ore A Aug e 2JS Utf UtfLake Jt JtIake t tLake +
+ Lake will 111 be the permanent perma ent home toDteuf homeuf +
+ uf th theAQMrican Americ4w mining coagrcg COQ e ° iigrt iigrt1vry tHL tHLKvft + f
+ Bvery difRcnity di to the way has ftas1teEon Itsbe 4 +
+ been be n cleared up todr and tonight tonightZions WnlgktZions +
+ Zions Tictery appeam ppei complete cempleteJUdge completeJudge + 4 4f
+ f Judge Richards president of the thecongress thecongress thecoitgres +
+ congress ruled today tod that only on17delesate onydeIegate +
+ delegates and members present in iaperson inperson +
+ f person would be permitted permltt rmltt1i d to toote tovote + f ff
+ f vote ote This will shut out o t proxies proxiesand proxiesand prox1eand +
+ and with the support promised P1Olll1tedSalt 4 4Salt + f fSalt
+ Salt Lake makes IL maJority cer certaln certam + t ttain
+ + tain tam Tonight the JH I Paso and andSalt +
4 Salt Lake dek de dekatIosw IPtIonRcaacu attoiM c ouciied c 8ed edtaietber 4 4tather f ftoother
+ toother tather and deUrmtned t t v Me MetQ vMetogether te + t ttogether
+ together tQ < etber on the two propositions propositionsSatt +
+ Salt Lake for the permanent permanentf pumAnenteAdquarters +
4 f headquarters and El Paao o for or the 4 f flift
4 lift 1 19 congress con conThe congreThe + 4The
+ The congress COD congre es today decided to toconsider toconsider +
+ consider the he Itquarters auarter ques questJon + f ftion
+ tion 11 on at 2 odocX on Thursday TbundayOn 4 +
4 On that afternoon the Salt Lake Lekeand 4
4 and El Paso o delegations wIn wInmaro 4 4march
4 maro march together headed hy a band bandto bandto +
4 to the armory where the ses sessi sesSiOlE +
+ SiOlE si one are being held lIeldThis heldThia +
+ This morning B S Joseph Jo ap appeared appared +
+ peared before the resolutions reaoluUonacommittee 4 4committee 4committee
+ committee to support his proposed plopooedre propo6edreoIntIon +
4 resolution re criticising the secretary ecretaryof ecretkryof 4
+ of the IlWIfior to his Interpre Interpretatloia +
4 tattoc of the Teller act Mr 111 111Jose Mv1 Mv1Joseph +
4 Joseph ph > made a lengthy and lucid Jucidal1Um 4 4f
4 f argument al1Um t after which consider con Ideration 4
4 a ation tion of the he resolution was wa post po potponed t tponed 4 4V
+ V poned until tomorrow mDlnlnwhen morning 4
4 when Mr Joseph will make an another 4
4 other lengthy and lucid argn arumeBt 4 4f
4 f men meBt after which consideration 1 l8lderaUonor 4 4of 4of
+ + of the U resolution r lulioR will again be bedeferred 4
4 4 deferred deferredP S 4 4ORTLAS
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n ORTLAS ORTLiND D Orei Oz Aaifr 2tu 2S In InTl1u 23Onr On OnI
I P r Thursday Tl1u will occur the qreat qreatstru eat eatt eatstruggle
t stru struggle e of tile present Ameri American American Anieiican ¬
can minias mIn cotxsress e8I1 By a aresolution aresolutioo aresolution
resolution adopted by unanimous unanimousvote unhnoUCV1te anJmou anJmouote
vote ote that day wW be stre gtyeptO 1qt9 p to de det de detrminatloft detrintntlofl
t rmination of C Uae Ueka n pUj1flt nilMii t head heMlquaretS hedquartrs headquarters ¬
quarters location This Tbisafternooll afternoon the thereport t trqt 11 11riport
report of the oommjUee mmUee on permanent permanentheadquarters permaDflltIcadqurters permanentheadquarters
headquarters and building reported reportedin
in n favor of eatabltehins estahlish ng the headquar headquarters Jaeaciqrt18 headqtartra ¬
ters at once and recommended dt > d that thateither tbatiU thateither
either iU er Denver D av av or 31 SaIP L lAke ke City be bechosen behoten bechoeen
chosen < Selection ion of either ith r will very verylikply veryikply veryikely
likply be preceded preced d by a contest 8t over overan overall overau
an amendment 8tmm m nt to the charter empow empowering einPOWring e1iPo e1iPocring ¬
ring the board of odt dlr dtVeca rta 1o fntore fntoreto f1 fare faretJ
to t select st et the place for hAftlng kltng the cen cenit eeRtioH n nentoH
entoH tioH CR aP1JsSt1MIId it pass passit pesi
it i w will ill probably pro1 ablydefeat defeat the campaign campaignof
of If f Kl Paso for the D ext znnta snnual ses sespion M1Siol1 aeeion
pion ion otherwise e the Texas city standsgI stands standsod ands andsg
gI g od > d 1 chances of whmlns w wMt ng fat its vigor vigorous YieOJous vIgocous ¬
ous fight fightTbe fightTh lightThe
The Th question of the selection oC the theiweting theDlt themeting
meting Dlt > eting place pla < e for next years 7 congress congresswin coogretl1 ceoeswilt
win tl1 not be fought out OK the Lbe1Ioor floor of ofthf oftl ofIhc
thf tl > > convention as has been antHipted antHiptedbut ed edbut
but will hr placed solely In n the hands handsf
S f the 1 h board of directors A resolution resolutiont
t > this effect introduced iltrod by Dr Buck BuckIcy Buckley Buckof
Icy of Missouri ouri was adopted at to tonights to111ghts toiughta ¬
nights wssfon eeeon of the congress and met metith metflh ietith
ith enthusiastic e applause a from those thosepresent e1r thoseIirtent
present 1r nt The decision of the delegates delegatesGIVEN delegatesGIVEN delegatesGIVEN
GIVEN GREAT LIBERTY LIBERTYTwo
Two Thousand Prisoners in inJapan inJapan inJapan
Japan Have Best of ofTreatment ofTaeatment ofS
S Treatment TreatmentBoston TaeatmentBosQJn
Boston Aug A 23 23Th The American Americanboard JMrica81oard Amlcaa5toard
board has received from Rev Sidney SidneyI Sl
I Gullek GuUekof of Mafeuyama Japan a re report reIort re1rrt ¬
port Iort of missionary work which states statesthat atat1lthat statzttat
that more than 13W I Hvsetan prisoners prisonershave prillOl1ftSha prisonershave
have ha H bon b ol1 i brought to that city The Theprisoners TheTrisoners Theprisoners
prisoners Trisoners are quartered Iuart In several severalLirge 15fveral11rgc severalirgc
Lirge temples templ are HghUy ltghtIygnarded gnarded rd4d and andaro andar andar
aro ar < given unusua unusu unusuL liberty for prison prisoners ¬
ers rr Some me at east are a permitted to tottnlk toJ1k to1k
ttnlk J1k 1k around town with a small guard guardand guardallft guard411Tt
and even f Vf > n tu go for batts in the sea seaami eaand seaa
and a n1 to the t bf mineral hot springs a mile milecast mUe8it milecast
cast 8it of Matsuyama MatsuyamaSpecial Mat MatsuyamaSpeia1 uyama uyamaSpttial
Special buiWin buildiRf have been erected erectedon fr revednfl > ted tednn
on the drill ground north of the tb city cityfor cit7fr cityfbr
for use as a a hospital where some sulnf > 700 700uoundetl 700WUUfldf 00 00uundf
uoundetl have been lx n or are being beingtreated beior1rpatPd beingtreated
treated with best ear ea the country eat caaprovide eatprovide atprovide
provide Out of the total numlvr numlvrtreated numbRtnatM num1rC
treated C only ftve have died one oneonsidertL is isonsidennl tkonfdde
< onsidennl onfdde hopeless but of the wound woundrd oun ounrd
rd thus far reaching rf chtnt Matsuyama 99 1 per peri pernt r rnt
i nt have been successfully sU RSrul1y treated treatedM treatedtany treatedMany
M Many any ease a tS have been 1 terrible the lhechief thechipr Thehief
chief hief surgeon < 1I1 apparently app 1fntJy takes great greatpride greatpride noat noatIFide
pride in h the th showing He attributes attributest
1 to th thl special character Of f the Jap Japanese Japaneserifle Japrnpse ¬
anese aneserifle rifle a variety the general adop ¬
tion 1 kn of which he has urged five or orsix otix oryears
six ix years ago on the score of the hu humane humane honane ¬
mane nature of the wounds it inflict inflictdisabling tnJIicts InflictasablIng
disabling and not kitting kW He feels feetefiat feelsfLat
fiat flat his prediction pre lctJon has been wonder ¬
fully verified verifiedFive verifiedFive vezlliedFive
Five Five ers > nersotts pers tis who escaped were cap ¬
tured after a sharp resistance resI tanee with
knives To escape from the island is isiractically hi1ractiCUJr isIractiealI7l
iractically impossible impossibleLAND jm lmponIbleLAND ble bleGII
GII 11 11LANDOFFICESTATEMENT
LAND OFFICESTATEMENT LANDOFFICESTATEMENTArea OFFICESTATEMENTArea
E Area rea Disposed of f and ReceIpts In InTTtahj inUtah liiUtah
TTtahj Utah Idaho and WyomingSpeciaJ WyomingSpecial Wyoming WyomingSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraWWashington HeraJ4Wasbinrton HeraldWashington
Washington Aug A IThe 2T The anmm anusI 1
rtatenient or the renend tend eftttw eftttwIDAHO
Iht > wlng the area or ItuWJc land ell dIScash
Jffl ot and total cash
recefpt was made madeUtah
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In Utah d duri n S the p ysr r Iu t ea
frm eg wre 1re mad ma4 comi cotnpdaing D l3373 78 acrw acrwT acr acrT
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T IDAHO IDAHOFALLSTAILOR IDAHOFALLSTAILORSpedal FALLS TAILOR TAILORfSpedal TAILORSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldIdaho ITeraldIdaho rieraidI
I Idaho Falls Id Ids A Aug g 2J 3Carl Carl John Johnion Jo John1cm to to10n
ion awell a well known tailor has hs hstifssng feejt
hissing bissi g since last ast Friday and today teda74 teda74L a alearching atearching
L learching learch g party was sent out to try tryu
I u uad d locale him The last at 8I > en of John Johnion JoblIOn Joh Johson
ion he was headed h aded toward the river riverind riermd rivers riverstint
tint fropj remarks rf > mark made the th day prEvus previT previ previiccompitehed
T us it Is ratf fParj > d tha that t SUie4de uiid has been bffnLccompU beentceoniIiihed
iccompitehed LccompU hed HI TT T was a sufTcrer < utTrf > r from froniiBthma fromtathxea roa roathtrHL
iBthma thtrHL and despondency de pondeJU7 May have fed fedto ktdSWdde ledaMticlde
to aMticlde suicide
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Will forestall a i bitter contost contostbetWeen contostbetWeenDI between betweenge
DI Pil PtsoJflrztveraftd Jf nVft and 5t at DtkeOJty1or DtkeOJty1ortJae Lt3C5 City for forthe
the iHi Iw1i1Thge egC ge of C enter enterolflisg ainm ainmgresa nS hn con ce1SleIIII congrana
gresa next t J year yearSix ar arI r rSIc
j I I Si SIc Six Addresses AddressesSix AddresscsSix
Six of the Important addresses addr es on onthe onthe onthe
the programme were heard today by bydelegates b bdeles bydelegates
delegates deles tHa assembled in the big armory armoryauditorium armoryaUonuqa arniOrYauditoriulli
auditorium and tonight a large audi audience aUQICACe athIfonce ¬
once greeted E Benjamin Andrews Andrewschancellor Andrewschancellor AndrcvSchancellor
chancellor of the University of Ne Nebraska Ne8tA e ebraaka ¬
braska 8tA ka to hearJild her J1Jj address addie on The ThePromoter ThePNmoter ThePromoter
Promoter His J place Place lace In Our Develop Development Development Developmont5 ¬
ment Chancellor Andrews presented presentedin
in a monte Interesting manner the pro promoter promoter prometer ¬
moter as having 8 i g been beenrt responsible > sponsi lp for formuch formucb formuch
much of the best mining development developmentof de elopment elopmentor
of the past generation as well as pro progress prO1tess prograss ¬
grass in fields other than mining miningThe miningTile minIngTho
The forenoon session was taken up upwith upwith upwith
with the address of United States StatesSenator StatesSenator StatesSenator
Senator John H 1L Jfttchell on Govern Government Government Governmont ¬
ment Branch Mint or Assay Office OfficeMaurice OffibeMaurice OuifeeMaurice
Maurice D Leebey of Seattle Wash Washon
on Mining Law and the extempora extemporaneous extemporaneous externporaneous ¬
neous addresses es of F H Newell and andGilford andGllr andGifford
Gifford Gllr rd PInchot members m mbers of the pub pubMp publauds publ1t
Mp lauds commission acquainting tKe tKedelegateswKh Uedlegatesw1th tledelegates
delegateswKh delegates with the purpose of the com commission commission corninlssloit ¬
mission to learn the industries to towhich towhich towhich
which the public doirfaln may be utll utllJsed uUllaed utliized
Jsed with the greatest good to the thegreatest thegreatest thegreatest
greatest number numberAfternoon numberAfternoon numberAfternoon
Afternoon Session SessionThe SessionThe SessionThe
The afternooji cession was devoted devotedto
to addresses iy bY Colonel Frank V Vke VUrake Vjake
jake ke on thftj th Mineral Resources of ofon ofe ofOregon
e on John Daggett of Califqrnla Califqrnlaon California Californiaon
on The Mineral Resources of Califor California CaJitornla Californm ¬
nia nm and Orlow W Brown of South Southrjakota SouthQ SouthIakot
rjakota Q Iakot kot on T he e Cyanide Ores Ragged Raggedlop RaggedTop
lop District Black Hills HillsAt HlUsAt HillsAt
At the cpnslusion c nsluslon of the afternoon afternoonsession afternoonsession afternoonseeslon
session the delegates e1egates visited r the Lewis Lewisand LewIsAd Lewisand
and Cark fair site ite and made a trip tripover tripover tripover
over the tramway lines of Portland Portlandtraveling PortlandtraveHvg Portlandtrave34ig
traveling over the most interesting interestingsections interestingteelJons Interestingsections
sections of the city cityThe cityThe cityThe
The ladies of the delegations we wetendered wertendered were weretendered
tendered a stqamer excursion this aft afternoon atCrnoon aftersoo ¬
ernoon ersoo by b the tb womens club of PortllW1d Portsd Port Portid
llW1d sd id to Willamette Falls and on onThursday onThursday onThursiay
Thursday they the will have an opportun opportunity ¬
ity of attending the annual regatta regattaat
at Astoria including a visit Istt to Pacific Pacificcoast Pact1lccoast Pacificcoast
coast beaches beac es reached from there thereLOADHD thereIt thereLOADED
a It ItLOADED
LOADED WITH WITHCONTRABAND WITHCONTRABANDPacifle CONTRABAND CONTRABANDPacific CONTRABANOPacific
Pacific 2flaa ltIaULineiWill InnerjWill Take Chances Chancesof
of Capture CaptureSan CaptureSa8 CapturSan
San Fraaetoce AH Allg 3t 1TJte The sallinc s of
the FacMc Mail XaIlC comn compnyn mtJt tYs ays liner Un Man ilanchurla Manchurta 1anthurt
churla for tte t Orient has been be postponed postponoduntil post postponeduatll o nd nduam
until Thursday The reason for the de d ¬
lay is th the failure to get et permission on from fromWashington fromWugtQn fromWaskIagtn
Washington for the transfer to the Man Kancnurta Jrandluna Manchuria
cnurta of t the tb Chinese e crew brought from fromth fromthe
th Ute Orient on the Siberia SiberiaThe SiberlaThe SiberiaThe
The Manchuria will not calf at Honoltlu Hono Honolilu
lilu From beresbe herft sbe goes direct to Yo Yokohama Yokobama Tokohama ¬
kohama Of her r l ItOOO 090 tons of cargo more morethan morethan morethsn
than half is for Japan and most of the theJapanese theJapanese theJapanese
Japanese freight f ht consists of provisions provisionsirartiinwy prolsloQIInacohlnery provisionsn
irartiinwy n and other articles Which the theRussians theRu88lan6 theRussians
Russians have declared to be contraband contrabandS
tf S f War waxThe WarThe warThe
The Pacific Mail il and Occidental On Oriental Onulta1 Onotal ¬
ental otal steamship companies have issued issuednotice Ifsuednotice Issuednotice
notice that after the departure ef the theliner theJiller theuser
liner Manchuria freight will be received receivedfrom rec reeolvelfrom hed hedfrom
from all shippers for Japanese and Ko Korean Konan Koivan ¬
nan ports portsTEAMSTERS portsTEAMSTERS portsTEAMSTERS
TEAMSTERS ARE TIRED TIREDWill TIREDWill TIREDWill
Will Not Give Further Aid to toButchers toButchers toButcherS
Butchers Strike StrikeAnother StrikeAnotherRiot Another AnotherRiot S
Riot Fatality FatalityChicago FatalityCb FatalityChicago
Chicago Cb Aug 2J SThe The members of of ofhe ofheTeamsters he heTeamsters heleama
Teamsters leama ra union who have ha ve been b on onstrike OftCrJke onstrike
strike for several weeks in tbe effort to toaid toaid toaid
aid the strlktapr MdkIa butchenat butchentat the stock stockyards stocknrcb stockyards
yards heN a protracted meeting JlMeti g tonight tonightto
to determine whether or not they th should shouldwithdraw aJNtuId1VIt1adraw shouldwithdraw
withdraw from the t strike strikeThe triieThe I ITIM
The meeting JQie1J tested ted until after mid midnht mldt mIdnight
night t and at tta tiss es the arguments were wereheated wereJMated werehosted
heated It w JJtDalb wamjjln y decided that the
teamsters t iuQ8t aa H Bdy y would refuse to give giveany giveHY < Iye Iyeany
any HY further nflafrtanee nce to the strike afld aJkJI
the question df remaining 1Mft lnlog on strike or of ofgclng ofc ofgcing
I gclng c bask to work wo k wa was left to the v vote voteof elo eloof te teof
of the various local union unionAlbert 1JlontAlbert imiotuAlbert
Albert GrohH a striking cattle butcher butcherwaa butcherwas 1ltcberpro
was probaMjrfatalty pro tatany wounded in the theuirarh Utefltur theSte
fltur Ste uirarh mach arh today at Fiftysecond street and
Wcntworth Vcn Iwoeth avenue The man who fired firedKlon firedloOn firedui4lrI
Klon loOn MSA i1e IB 1 mid id to be Charles hrIes Morrell a anonunion Knonunton anonun4on
nonunion ftreman employed emplor d at the Xel Xeloi Ndeel el el80ft
eel oi > Morris MOrrSplaDt Morr plant Morrell lor1 < 11 escaped
ixntils f D fttIts pwn jr n kWIMfWS wb who was wounded ia the
train rtot Met1 ffineiaturday t Saturaay died today today13coherT j v vPoh
Poh 13coherT r T Washington WII UlIe hl on has b been beGsiaI ap
P petlM U d to by th lOaders dera of the stock 4oekatriksr loek loekyaVj
yaVj 5U1kers Hrik ra a and IId d labor u uDiu uon on officials officialsmChkHKo officialsIn
mChkHKo la Chiceeo hk to U xse his influence in induc JI > ¬
Jug negroes to refrain from working at atth attb atthu
th thu packing planes until the conflict t a aat i iat iat
at an end d At Ajetognim 4 jegran ram was sent to him himtmight Itlmk1iiglat himtealgbt
tmight asking him to address addr a mass massiCMttn massmMttDg massmeeting
meeting iCMttn of colored men and women wo of
Chicago tit 0M tho subject Should Negroes NegroesBfoom Negroeseoe NegroesBeume
Bfoom eoe 3vMkebr Stltkebr1ak ttkebrcerz ttkebrcerzADDIeKSCONVENT1ON ak Tsrf TsrfADDIPKS n nADDICKS
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ADDIPKS ADDIeKSCONVENT1ON ADDIeKSCONVENT1ONDelaware CONVENTION CONVENTIONDelaware CONVENTIONDelaware
Delaware Gasman GasmanPutsTlcket Puts FutsTicket Ticket in the theField theeld thePield
Field FieldJJover Pieldover eld eld1oftl
JJover over Del Aug Au 21 nThl The Union or Ad Adcieks Adticks
ticks faction of tfte tf1 Republican party
tH wet t in state 1e eo oonventlon < mv ntfi U > n here today The
f fewisg towuir Wbl U Ueket kct was named namedorernor namedGoeernorflewy I
toftB Goeernorflewy orernor Henry B C C Oonrad WllmlngLieuteaaJtt VVilmlng
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towLieutenant Lieutenant I4evtenast governor goveIDOrI I Thomas Park Parker P Parkes rk rkere ¬
er erRepresentative Representative lit coasrfgJbr eoDST r Hi HIm im
It a BurtonIuorr Burton v vAttorney > S
Attorney ° general genralSyIves4er Sylvester SyJ D Town Tewne Tewn TewnSte TownStat
54 e d Jr JrState r
Iuorr State treasurer treuur treesurThoma rTboraas Tbomas Curry Cyrrrttate
State tate auditopJtev evDYid David S S Clark
lasurance commizstoner foBetDr Dr Ge Geerte Gesr rg Vf
Marshal VarshaLPleIINeAtial S j
PresMential e rictoraThomas eHctors Thomas H Savoy
Mcvlove M Hayes and Dr < William P
Orr OrrThe The electoral candidates are the themmA tbaenamed
named fcy the regular Repabiicaas at attheir attefT attetr
their rweot state convention oonvendonT9 oonveoUOnr conventionThe
T9 Unioa r lot state sta committee will ctIi en1 ea eaewr eaeenvor
aavor to make changes in the netntaa netntaati aseninadotes
ti d n hi order to harmonize with the thetUar thenJUJer theguler
nJUJer guler tUar H Retnebikas 9ttbttca faction factionty factJoAfhp action1hfl
fhp ty platform endorses the national Re ReJII itspitbflean 1 1VICTlMSrVVILL
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VICTlMSrVVILL VICTIM WILLTRY WILLTRYTO ILL TRY TRYTO TRYTO
TO OBTAIN JUSTICE JUSTICEDenver JUSTICEDeswer JUSTICEDener
Denver Aug Au 28 ITen Ten of the deported deportedmen dertedmen
men from Cripple 4re Creek1 reek Saturday night nlgbtye
hsve ye pwparea Affidavits tiffidavits for crimlna crimlnaprosecilUon crlmhtaiJHOIIHC1tt1on criminaneacitt1on
prosecilUon ofiaoiridual ot ill Iatv1thsal JVdaVItS h1dual members of the then
ins n tft t be flied tJI 1 n the district court c urt by b bt21e
tiwf flu ce OtN w r alforney tl eT fJ Ott 0 Telter county
Tii Thesie kfmtavit 1r kTflUavltsre Are sworn to oy y n M L
H Hun < im n3sager rdggts Etltl Fraj VC f1 Cole T H Parfet Parfetans P larfetsins rtet rtet1ft11GtJ
sins 1ft11GtJ Gt Gtjrdet u ird > 1 Fra J hangs Ecjren qen Ki N
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UNION IS ALMOST DISRUPTED DISRUPTEDPlumbers
Plumbers and Gas Fitters Refuse to Follow Weinsimer WeinsimerOne
One of Their Business Agents Under UnderIndictment UnderIndictment Underindictment
Indictment for Extortion t to
Ri EW W TORK Aug 23 23The The rule of ofPhilip otP1 ofL
N L 1 Philip P1 Up Weinfllmer the labor lead leader leador I Ier
er under indictment for extortion extortionwas extortionwas extortionwas
was strongly threatened today toda at a ameeting ameeting ameeting
meeting of the journeymen plumbers plumbersand plumbersand
and gas fitters unions ind the assem assemblage assemblage assemblage ¬
blage broke up in confusion and a afight afigh afight
fight One member was thrown out outSam outand outand
and Welnsimer was was d he was va using usingSam usingSara
Sam Parks methods to rule the union unionpresiding I1nlol1presiding sinlortpresiding
presiding at the meeting He censured censuredsome censured50me censuredsome
some of the men for returning to work workon workon workon
on a certain building which figures in inthe Inthc inthe
the case against hm He said that he heknew heknew hekn
knew kn w that some of the men were wereTvorking wereworking
working there the contractors Laving tuyinginduced Lavinginduced havinginduced
induced them to do eo One member membersaid membersaid membersaid
said to he b the boss bo boe a plumber pa the thgbuilding th4bWldln5 thebuilding
building arose andshouted and > snouted ab utett to Wein Weinsimer We1I1slm Welirsirnur ¬
simer slm r rVte
simerWe
We are sick and tired of things you youare yopare youare
are doing olng We are jut Ju t about ready readynot readnot readynot
not to stand any more mord of it Jt Weve Weveno Veveno
no use for these tactics tacticsWeinsimer tactfcs1Weinslmer tacticsWeinsimer
Weinsimer made a heated heate reply He Hecalled TIecalled Itocalled
called on the union to put the boss bossFUSION bo boFUSION bo6FUSION
FUSION GOES GOE GOEThROUGH GOEThROUGHDemocrats THROUGH THROUGHDemocrats THROUGHDemocrats
Democrats and Silver Men of ofNevada ofNevada
Nevada Nominate the Win Winning Winning Winfling ¬
ning Ticket TicketTVinnemucca TicketWinnemucca TicketIVinnemucca
TVinnemucca Nov Aur 21 23The 23Thestate The Thestate ThestateiOIlcntlon
state stateiOIlcntlon convention of the Democratic and andSilver andSilver andSilverparties
Silver Silverparties parties today tpd concluded their la labors labors Isborn ¬
bors by effecting a harmonious fusion fusionbased fusionbased fusionbased
based on a division divl lo of the th ticket as fyi follows tolows fyilows ¬
lows lowsThe lowsThe ows owsThe
The Democrats were accorded t seA senator seAator seaator ¬
ator congressman three electors and andshortterm andsnortterm andshortterm
shortterm university regent the Sll Sllverxparty Stlerp 811ver5party
verxparty erp rlY were given supreme judge judgeIUId jadgeand judgeand
and lonfrterm regent re ent Each Eae1tc Ea lt conven convention convention nven nventlon ¬
tion nominated its apportionment of ofrepresentatives ofrepresntaUve9 ofrepresentatlvee
representatives and 4J the ej met in joint jointconvention jointconvention jointconvention
convention and ratified raUfi d the nomina nominations numi08tlons numinationh ¬
tions tionsFollowing tlonsFoUowing tionhFollowing
Following is Ute ticket tfckeUSanator ticketSenalorGoverfior tlcketSenatorGovernor
Sanator SenalorGoverfior Qoverrtor John Sparks SparksDem SparbDem SparksDern
Dem DemCongressman DemCongr S SCongresanianC
Congr CongresanianC Congressman C D ii Van Duacr DuserDemO DuacrDem DuacrDem
DemSupreme DemO DemOSupreme Dem DemSupreme
Supreme Jadse JudgeJH H FXBartine FEartlneSIl FEartlneSIlver Sit Silver Sitvet ¬
ver verLonsterni Lonsterni Rescnt RegentWT V J Circe 311 311ver Siler siver
S SShortterm
ver er
verShortterm Shortterm Hesent BesentEmmft Emmtt D Boyle BoyleDem BoyleDem BoyleDem
Dem DemElectors DemElectorsA DemElectorsA
Electors ElectorsA A W Heeaon aon Zeh Kendall KendallE
E B5 W ClarKe Dems DemsPOSTMASTER DemsPOSTMASTER
0 0OSTMASTERGENERAL S
POSTMASTER OSTMASTERGENERAL OSTMASTERGENERALHIGHER GENERAL GENERALHIGHERTHAN GENERALHIGHER
HIGHERTHAN HIGHER THAN THE LAW LAWf LAVCl1icogo LAWChicago
+ f Chicago Aug Aug3Fostniaster Aug3FostniasterGeneral 23 Postmaster Postmasterf +
+ f General G ueral Henry H ry C Payne today toda was wasf wasserved +
4 f served with a a summons to appear appearin + f
4 in a justices court in this thl city on onf onAug + +
4 f Aug 26 G as a witness in a case ase aseagainst 4 4against t tf
+ f against Chauncey eY < M r Depew The TbepostmlUter 4 4pestmaater f ff
+ f postmaster general enfml did not receive receivethe + t tf
4 f the summons with pleasure and andinformed + f
4 informed the constable John SItu Simf S1mmons +
+ f mobs that he would Ignore It en entire1y + 4 4ttirely
4 ttirely ttirelyf tire1y tire1yNot S SNot + +
+ f Not only did he say that de de declared + f ff
4 f clared Simmons but when I of offered + f ff
4 f fered him 50 O cents and even added 4 f ff
4 f 10 cents for mileage he threw the thefmoney themoney 4 +
4 fmoney money in my face faceLast f + f
4 + Last June when Senator S 14ator Depew Depewwas Depewvas +
+ 4 was in Chicago < attending the Re Ref RepUbllcm 4 +
4 f publican national convention he 4 f
4 > was sued by S G Brabrook Jlrabro k of this thiscity 4 f ff
4 f city who declared that he had in Insome + f
4 4 some manner beau defrauded by bya + +
4 4 a concern called the th Penny Pub Publishing PUQ PUQIfshtng +
+ fishing company companywUb with whiqh hI hIe1I he hef heasserted 4 +
4 f asserted Senator Depew had he h been n nf ncon +
f connected con cte in 1S92 189 The case was wascontinued 4 f
4 continued until Aug1 26 6 and ever eyersince 4
4 since the constable has been trying tryingto 4 4
4 to serve a summons on Postmas Postmaster 4 4ter
+ ter General Payne Today Tda he 16 16eate 16eated 4 +
+ cated eate Jr r Payne in the Chicago Chicagoclub 4 f
4 club after a long search searchC7 4 4FOR
+ + + + + + + + + 4 4FOR + + + + + + + +
C7 s sFOR
FOR ORIENTAL TRADE TRADEJim
Jim Hills afonster Steamer Ste mer Out of ofthe ofthe ofS
S the Yards YardsNew YardsNew YardsNew
New York Aug 28 3Comin Coming direct directfrom dlr directfrom t trom
from rom the yards ards of her builders at New NewLondon NewLonjon NewLondon
London Conn the steamer Minnesota MInneootathe Ilnneootathe
the largest Araerlcanbuflt Am r1canbunt vessel vesselafloat vcs vesselafloat el elaOoat
afloat in pQlnt of tonnage is here flyIng flying1the flyIngthe flyingthe
the flag of the Great Northern Steam Steamship Steamship SteamshIp ¬
ship company of New York for whom whomshe whomshe whomshe
she was built by the Eastern Ea aatern tern Ship Shipbuilding Shipbulldl Shipbuilding ¬
bulldl building g company of New London The TbeMinnesota The1Unnesota TheMinnesota
Minnesota will ply between Tacoma and andSeattle andSeattle afldSeattlt
Seattle and the far east east While the theJDnnpsota thenDlJPsota theMinnpsota
JDnnpsota is to be cassedaa qassed < tass las as a passen passener pastenger passenger
ger er ship she is intended tnt n d to carry enor enorcargoes nor norhsus nornto1IS
nto1IS hsus cargoes of freight across the Pa Pacifle PaIftl PacHic
cHic Iftl She has a speed of fifteen knots knotsis knotsis
is 636 63 6OIeet l Nt t long 73 tee fe t 0 0t 5 1 1S >
S t
plumber out which was wa done d doneman c CDk CDkman m ti timan
man however collected a number af afhis mhis ofhis
his friends and returned to the iiul iiulHe JajtHe lzltHe
He again shouted at Weinsimer Ve Wewill Vewill e eWill
will have no more more of this Parks busi business business bindflees ¬
ness from you If you ou want V nt to ru riuthe ruthe ruthe
the union Into the ground go ahead aheadand aheadand aheadand
and do it I We trill go out outImmediately outImmedIately outImmediately
Immediately there Vas vas a fight fig blows blowswere blowswere blowswere
were struck and men on both sM sMwere sldwere sI4ti sI4tiwere
were roughly handled The begs begsplumber beesplumber
I IplumbeI
plumber with a number of his folltMf folltMfers foU foliWcxs w wers
ers members m of the union left tte ttehall U Uhan tJehail
hall and went to the building whore whorethey wh9Cthcy wherethey
they started to work again egaInS5O r rOBEGOIT
S5O S5OpREGoN 8 8OREGON
OREGON LEADS liEATJSPortland LEADSPortland S SPortland
Portland Ore Aug 2iL 2 23A A special 5PccialD 5PccialDthe tc tcthe
the Telegram from WashingtonD Wahing1o lDe lDesays 0 0says Cayn
says saysOre
Oreg Ore Oiegirgiirload1fl ifsaJnJleads altrIcad4l1 11 4 5 the states Jtt Jttthe juthe Iathe
the amount of money realized from frompublic trontpublic fonpublic
public lands having turned Into the thetreasury thetreasuf3 thetreasury
treasury 1442576 in the last fiscal fiscalyear fiscalyear fiscalyear
< year This Is over 100000 ahead of th thnearest thnearest the thenearest
nearest competitor There were 12S74 12S74entries 12874entries i2S74entries
entries made In Oregon last year cm cmbracing 1mbracing embracing
bracing 1170665 acres of public land
R RAILWAY llWAY TRACKS WASHED AWAY AWAYDisastrous AWAYDisastrous
Disastrous Cloudburst at Sodaville Ncv NevTrain Train on the theTonopah thetonopah
5 Tonopah Road Wrecked and Several Passen Passengers Passengers Rassengers ¬
gers Injured
S
JNOPAH Nev Ne Aug 23 21Another i3AnotherI Another Anotherdisastrous I
1JUNOPAH T
I disastrous dtsa > trous cloudburst occurred on onthe onthe ontb
the tb lines of the Tppopah Tp lOpah and the theiCarsoa theCarson 1 1n
Carson n Colorado oJoIJfo railroads yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdayafternoon i iatternoon
afternoon washing out several se eral miles milesof milesor milesof
of track and adcompletelY aVd completely demoralizing demoralizingtraffic demoralizingtraffle I
traffic on the Tonopah road The ter terrible terribl terrible ¬
rible ribl fall of water occurred late in the theafternoon th thart theaftetnoon
afternoon art tDOOU and for several hours the theCountry thecountry I IOUltr
Country OUltr In the vicinity of Sodaville was wasfunder wasmider
Binder funder water ator Twentyeight miles south southofodavllle southof southofodaville
of ofodavllle odamc two miles of track on the theCarson the thers9n thetarson
Carson rs9n Colorado road were washed tvashedcompletely washedcoalpletely washedOniplctelJ
completely away aw awh by the wall of water waterthat Iaterthat waterthat
that rushed down the canyon and on onthe onthe onthe
the Tonopah Ton pah road for formfJes miles the newly newlymade newlymilde newlymade
made embankments were wer compIe completelycu1ned completely completelyrulned eb eblilnet
rulned lilnet 1 and the thet betia tracks ± ackswashettiar washed waJ ed far lar out outof outo
I of o place p acc
accTrnin Train TrainDerailed Derailed DerailedThe
The fury of the storm cannot be fit fittingly fit fittlnsiY littingly ¬
tingly described The eastbound train trainon trainon trainon
on the Tonopah T nopah road was as caught by it itflve ItfivemlJes itfive
five fivemlJes miles out ut of Sodaville Sodav Je and badly badlywrecked badly71cIfcd badlywrecked
wrecked 71cIfcd the engine and one coach
DEMOCRATICEDITORS OF THE THECOUNTRY rHET THECOUNTRY
T COUNTRY GoU ifRY TOMEET Tp MEET IN NEW YORK
New Tork York Aug 23 23ChairlRRl1 Chairman Tag Tagjart Taggart Taggart
gart of the Democratic national com committee commltlee committee ¬
mittee August Belmon Chairman ChairmanMeyer ChairmanlIeer Chairmandeyer
Meyer of the th state committee ana anaCharles anaCharles antCharles
Charles F Murphy lurph leader of Tammany TammanyHall TammanyHall TammanyHall
Hall held another conference at the thenational tbenational thenational
national committee rooms today at atwhich atWhich atwhich
which the plans for the further turtherorgan turtherorganizatlon organ organization organization ¬
ization of if national state stat and cfty fty work workvcre wo workwere k
were outlined and discussed The The5tale The5talement state statement statemont ¬
ment was made aften the conference conferencewas
was ended that the action yesterday yesterdayhad resterdayhad
had gone ono a long ways 38 toward tO ltd establish establishing estsJbllshInS estbltshIng ¬
ing better relations among the poUt political poUtical poUtheal ¬
ical Readers eaders who are ar to have charge of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the campaign work and it is under underWORK underWORK underWORK
WORK OF DYNAMITERS DYNAMITERSHundreds DYNA DYNAMITEiS DYNAMITEiSHundreds ITERS ITERSHundreds
Hundreds of Lives Endangered Endangeredin
in Attempt t1emptto to Wreck a aReservoir aReservoir aReservoir
Reservoir ReservoirSt
J J8t
1 1St
St Maryfe lr m 0 Aug 3L 2IBef Before rGWt eda1y eda1ybreak day daybreak dqbreaK ¬
break today the th gates at the head h il of ofSt of9t ofSt
St Marys reservoir res Ioir were were bloVa up p by bydynamite lIyd bydynamit
dynamite d namltc The report rcportol of the explosion explosionwas ex le fon fonwas
was heard for miles tThe e buildings uil lna here herewere herowere era
were shaken and windows wcfo wero broken brokenIntense brokenIntense I
Intense excitement excIt ment < prevails but every everyprecaution ovnIprtxaUtion everyprecaution
precaution has been taken to prcvont a aflood aflood j
flood Many consider th reservoir reservoirmenace a amenace amenace
menace to surrounding farms farmsIf farmsIe farmsIf
If the explosion had blown out the en entire ontire n nUl ¬
tire bulkhead and opened the flood flOOd gates gateshundreds cubshundreds > s slmndreds
hundreds of lives lIvc doubtless woujd have havebeen hRvebi havebeen
been lost This bulkhead d is one through throughwfcich t tthe througnv1IcIi
bi hltl TI lb1k c1lnrs
wfcich the Miami Brie cabal is i fed and andthe andthe
the reservoir is the largest artificial artlfhl l body bodyof bed bedof I Ior
of water in the world Bloodhounds Bloodb unds have havefceea hareleon
teen put on the trail of the dynamit dynamiters dIIamttcrs ¬ II
ers
ersThere There has been much ill feeling among amongthe
the people living in the vicinity viein1tybt tecunJt idnf Jjf motrj t the theirservolr theIfservolr theirservoir
irservolr owing o lng to the widespread belief beliefthat belfethat beliefthat
that the tb banks of the big body ofe 0 water waterare waterare
are not pare notwithstanding the state state1as stateIas statelas
las spent large sums of money mo cy fn fnstrengthening I I5trengthenlng Istrengthening
strengthening the earthworks earthworksFILIPINOS 2 2FILIPINOS I IAII
AII AIIFiliPINOS
FILIPINOS ADOPT ADOPTGUERILLA ADOPTGUERILLA ADOPTGUERILLA
GUERILLA TACTICS TACTICSManila TACTICSManila TACTICSC TACTICSManila
C
Manila Aug 28 23Tbe The forces under underDatto underDatto underDatto
Datto AH on the island of Mindanao Mindanaohave Mindlnaohave Mftidanuohave
have adopted guerilla tactics in flsttb flsttbirig nSItiris fiIibin
iris in the th United States Sta es soldiers To Tocounteract Tooounteract ToCounteract
counteract this departure Major Gen General General Cenoral ¬
eral Leonard Wood has organized four fourcrack fourerack fourcrack
crack fighting companies comp nles of 100 men meneach meneach meneach
each composed compsedor of infantry and car cavalry ca caaIry caraIry ¬
aIry which arc to operate Independent Independently ¬
ly and conduct a vigorous Campaign Campaignfor tumpal tumpalfor
for the tb capture or destruction n of the theenemy t1enem theenemy
enemy nem
+ + + + + + + + 4 + + + t tHOLDITG + + + + +
+ +
HOLDING HIS OWN OWNWoreester +
4 5 +
4 4 Worcester Mass Aug Au 23 ISen ISenalar Sen 4 +
4 ator George F Hoars condition condlUonthIs +
4 this roorrilng1 morntn was apparently ppareqt r rmuch 4 +
4 much the same as it has been bQ n for forseveral 4 4several
+ several days daY9At 4 4At
+ At 9 oclock tonight General GeneralRockw + 4Rockwood
+ Rockwood Rockw od Hoar said Senator Hoaij Ho Hod i ihad 4 44had 4 4had
4had + had a a iJery very comfortable day and andwhHe andwhile + 4
4 + while there wasi was 1o > np io substantial sub subtantIaISt tanUat tanUatcbanse 4 +
4 + change tonight his pulse was 1a wa fuor fuorregu1ar hide hideregular OTjfen4 OTjfen44vregular +
4vregular + regular and andhli hfs hI throat eaaised him 4 44i
4i tless + less trouble It was expwt cxpertd < xp > t > d the fh fhs 4 4etinator +
+ senator s ator would have a good night 4 4qo
qo + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 44 + + 3 3a +
a
stood that Mr Ir Murphy will be fre frequently frequently frequently ¬
quently consulted by the th state and na national national antional ¬
tional leaders with reference to the theGreater theGreater theGreater
Greater New York campaign campaignA
A meeting of all the Democratic edi editors cdltnr i itors ¬
tors tnr of the United States Statesln in this city in inSeptember inSeptember inSeptember
September has been decided on by b the theDemocratic theDemocratic theDemocratic
Democratic national committee and andthe audthe andthe
the plans are now being btin perfected It ItIs Itis Itis
Is a part of the plan that the editors editorsshall editorsshaH editorsshall
shall go to Esopus and spend a portion pOrtionof
of > f the tb day at t Judge Parkerp home homeThey homtT homeThey
They T e in will m be entertained in this city cityat ellyat cityat
at a banquet and it is probable that thatseveral thattievera thtseveral
several tievera 1 Important peeches will be de delivered dlivered deilvered ¬
livered liveredAPPROVED liveredAPPROYED ilveredAPPROVED
APPROVED BY PARKER PARKERPlans PARKERPlans PARKERPlans
Plans For the Democratic Cam Campaign Campaign Campaign ¬
paign Laid Before BeforeStand BeforeStandard Stand Standard
ard Bearer BearerEsepus BearerepU5 BearerEsgpii
Esepus epU5 N T Aug 2 21Pl8nii Plans for the thena thenrilf theneiIiiel
nrilf na neiIiiel ij tiJcampalgn campaign ware wflrolak1 laW before Judge JudgePacker JudgeP JudgeParker
Packer P zfCr fetla3 o9ay by Delancey Nico7I of New NewYork N NewYork w wYork
York vice chairman of the Democratic Demoeratleliatlonal DemoerRtJenltlonal DemocraticuntIonl
liatlonal cpmmjttcc who called at Rose Koecniotint ROIICJJ Rosemount
niotint JJ mount Mlnt by bYlitvitatfon 1i Invitetion mid who 110 with Mrs MrsNicwfi MrsNicuil lns
Nicwfi spent nt the afternoon with 1tk the can candidate canddflte candidete ¬
didate and rift 211k family fnn b Judge f FarxEr rher rkcrproved Ap Approvoo p pprovud
proved everything that has been done doneand doneam donesnel
and am all that the tornmktee has in con contemplation contemplation contempintion ¬
templation He was enthusiastic over er the thecampaign OlempQlgn tuecampaign
campaign work Tne report carried nioo to toItuseincuat
Itosemount Itl emount by b Mr Ir Nicolf Indicated Indi td the theplos ther10 therlost
plos r10 rlost of r the MurphyMcCarrcn 1turpbr IcCarrcn feud in
Greater New York YorkPour YorkPour YorkFuur
Pour members rncrnberof of a special committee of ofsevep ors
sevep s weJ1 eri appointed by the Reform club of
JscwYork New York to call upon Judge Jud Parker Parkerto ParkercaJJM Parkercalled
called at Rosnmount tOdB today an aniextended aniextendedto extended extendedto
to the candidate an invitation to speak speakcided speakunder
under the clubs auspices 10 cas case he de de dedried
dried to make speeches pe bes during the cam campaign campaign ¬ I
paign Judge Parker tOld his visitors vlsit > that thatheIs thatIho
heIs Iho is yet undecided und cfd1 as to what He h will willdo wiltdo t
do The Reform club is particularly in interested Intenoeted ¬
terested ter sted in tariff question but in asking
Judge Parker to address a dr s the cluo duo no sug suggestion suggestiOn suggestion ¬
gestion was made as to the particular Is Issueon I Isuo issue ¬
sueon sue on which he should speak speakFormer spellkl sseak sseakFormer
Former l ormr Secretary of the Treasury John JohnG
G Carlisle who spent the th night at Rose Rosemount Rosemount
mount as the guest of Judge Parker re returned re returned ¬
turned to New cw York today todQ Neither oItber he henor hertor
nor the judge would say sa anything of the thepurpose the13UfP thepurpose
purpose 13UfP < sC or results ulb5 of their conference conferencewhich conft > rence renceWhlcli
which was almost alm st unbroken throughout throughoutlast
last evening
Former l 10Il 1cr Judge Frank Huisapple and his hisson his30n
son came ihme mc down today from tro t Hudson and andwent aDdent andwent
went ent for or a ahorseb horseback ck ride with Judge ana anaMrs aDdfrs andMrs
Mrs frs Parker ParkerTEXAS ParkerTEXAS ParkerTEXAS
S
TEXAS REPUBLICANS REPUBLICANSJfegroes REPUBLICANS1fegroes REPUBLICANSegroes
Jfegroes egroes Have No Representation on onState onState onState
State Ticket TicketFort TicketFGrt Ticketlort
Fort Worth Tex T x Aug Au S sThe The Repub ¬
lican state nominatlnjr convention was
beliihore b hlhore today t Jn The ticket Is as follows
Governor J C Lowden of Taylor Taylorccunty Ta TaylorC lor lorccunt
ccunty ccunt ccuntLIeutenant C Unty
Lieutenant Governor GovQr1rSam Sam Davidson
Assistant Justice of the court of crim ¬
inal apncals a appealsLock > eal Lock McDonald McDonaldAttorney lIrDonald4ttorce McDonaldAttorney
Attorney 4ttorce General GcnernJChurlos Charlos W y O Ogden dcn I
Comptroller General GeneaIJOhn John M ClauwrMe Clatleorisnnd
Land nnd Commissioner U O NeaL NealState
State Treasurer C B DorchestetC
Railroad Commissioner CommlsslonorCarl Carl F Drlek Drl k
Superintendent Sup rlntendcilt of Public Instruction InstructionSlLlrt
AlHrt Ml tt Ernest ErnestThere ErrestT ErnestThere
There T r are no necrpfS negroes on ej the ticket
CecIl Ce t Lyon wluVale was wtsaIected electcU tctC state chairman
Jfp J Jii it JTj is alonatiQnaJC also national committeeman for
Ttxaaand ruaS mid thus thu acquired uoQf rr st1om coxniIe omtiler J 6 mas mastery 1n 1nt ma ¬ I
tery t ter of the th party partyThp l1artyThl partyThe
The platform cndses ndc the tb national 1 oon oonntlon on onnOon nnrtin
nOon platform opposes state siat > bank banto bankWI
WI > o demands dNnandsa a look at th4 th < sUit f4ttA < iwok
leaving the trafck tra k the coach rolling rollingover TOmn TOmnover rollingover >
over and down the embankment No Noone None Noone
one ne was as killed but several passengers passengerssustained passengerssulrtaJned passengerssustaIned
sustained slight injuries injuriesThe InjuriesTbe injuriesThe
The Carson Colorado railroad suf suffers mCfers r rfers ¬
fers heavily but b t the Tonopah road is istotally i itotally istotally
totally demoralized Its tracks are arewashed arewasbod arewashe4
washed out for miles and it is feared fearedthat fearedthat fearedthat
that it I cannot he bercopened reopened r for a week weekThe WeekThe weekThe
The washout exceeds excee s that of Aug 12 12which 12h 12whirh
which h h tied tie l uj u up > tho road for rors several severaldays severaldays veral veraldays
days
Shortage Shorta e of Provisions ProvisionsOne PrgviionsOne rovi ions ionsne
One ne of the tb most serious circum circumstances circumstances circumstances ¬
stances of the affair is that Tanopah Tanopahand TQnopahalid Tctnopahand
and Goldfield are both short of pro provtsfons proot provIalons
vtsfons ot iions as a result of o the recent r reeentwash reeentwashout nttwash nttwashout wash washout ¬
out outNearly
Nearly 100 cars carslfnrotd1aJ1di caraqf pf merchandise fw fwthe forthe r rthe
the two camps are standing on osttracks thje thjetracks t1lttraeks
tracks at Reno and at Carson and andMound andound andMound
Mound ound Houseand House and It t may beaten be ten days daysbefore daYsb daysbfore
before b fore these can can be gotten through to totheir toth totheir
their th ir destination destinationIn
In addition to the losses sustained by bythe bythe bythe
the railroads rallroa s many ranchers will lose loseheavily losebeavily loseheavily
heavily
WORKING IN HARMONY HARMONYNew
New York and Brooklyn Demo Democrats Democrats Democrats ¬
crats Have Buried Their TheirPast TheirPast TheirPast
Past Differences DifferencesNew
New York Aug Au 23 2Therc There was great greatactivity greatactivity greatactivity
activity at both the national and state
Ittidqtiartars It < of the Democrats in th this s
ity today due dueto to thevisits of many men meninterested mOtIntellestetl menentesested
interested in the campaign and of others otherswho othersare
who 110 are seeking employment cmplo 1ent with the thecommittees thec thecupnitfl
committees c cupnitfl National Chairman Taggart Taggartreceived TaggartI
received r a number of visitors among anion amonthpm anionthem
them David B B Hill who had been in inconstant inU1I8taat intnStanf
I constant conference all day with t1x t1xstate t1MBtate thastate
state J leaders frs at the Hoffman House HouseAugust 1I0KSAuust IlmeseAugnet
August Belmont Be1m nt also aJ o bad a busy dn dns dfif dfifs
s he was w onferring with national stat statand statand statand
and city leaders most of the time Much Muclii JludlNUsfation Muchnatlsfa
i aUsfaction natlsfa tkfl is expressed among amon Demo Democrats Dmucrats 1pmucrabs ¬
crats over ovi the settlement > Dt of the th differ differences tlfCfrIICtSbet itftersees ¬
sees IICtSbet between wetn Leader If > Murphy of Tam Tammany Tamny TamneAny ¬
many ny Hall and Senator JMcCarrwi of the th4statf th thstat thestate
stat executive committee < 110 o far as they theyletete theIelate theaIiate
letete to the present campaign Murphy Murphymade Murphymade Iurpbymade
made the fight against McCarrens man mancCement manement manentent
cCement ement of the tb campaign and tb t the f Tam Tammany Tammany Tmmany ¬
many men say 8 V that Mr Rodie chief of ofthe o othe ofS oforganization
the S organization organiH on bureau for the state statefciWI sta staIorad stateJrd
fciWI Mr Dowltng holding holdI e a similar po positioB poBlUon isontlon
sitioB for Greater GreeterNew J New iorX ot ozic the man management management management ¬
agement of the campaign is really la lathe 10the
the hands of these gentlemen gentlemenDowling gotlUemeoDowling gutlemenDowltng
Dowling and McCurren bad a confer confernee confMlftelo conferenee
nee today at headquarters about the thework thework
work to be tee OBRCMr dbrtMr teeMr
Mr Rodte R dJe today selected f > Francis Bur Burton Uurton liurton ¬
ton Harrison H nWon member of the national nationalhouse nationalhouse nationalsuuse
house suuse of representatives and a Tammany Tammanyman Tamma Tammamen
men as hw assistant a in the tb state cairi cairi3ii cam camJ cainralsn
J ralsn 3ii n work wOtklbainnM workChairman
Chairman Sheehan of the national cx executive cxecutfv ¬
ecutive committee will return ret rn to New NewVert Newerk Newyork
york erk Thursday ThursdayCALIFORNIA Thursda ThursdayCALIFORNIA
9 9CAlIFORNI
CALIFORNIA DEMOCRATS DEMOCRATSSupreme DEMOCRATSSupreme TS TSSupreme
Supreme Judge and Eight Congress Congressmen
j men Nominatead NominateadSanta
j Santa Cruz Cal Aug 23 23The The Demo Democratic DEmocraUe Democratic ¬
cratic state convention conve tlon today nominated nominatedten
ten t tm presidential electors one justice of ofthe ofthe
1 the state supreme 5U > reme court adopted a plat platform platform platform ¬
form and adjourned There were no con contests contu18 contcsts ¬
tests In the convention the regular or orwmlzation oriaatzation
wmlzation programme being carried < rled out outThe outThe
The Io IopJJ platform pJJ endorsed et the national plat platform platJudge platform ¬
form adonted at St Louis LouisJudge LouisJudge
Judge M T Doollnz of San Benito Benitocounty Benitoconty Benttoeounty
county was as nominated for justice of the theMipreme tbfupreme theiupremc
Mipreme court courtThe cOurt cOurtThe courtThe
The following nominations were made madefor madebr
for or congressmen congressmenSecond congressmenSecond congressmenSecond
Second district d rfctThcodore Theodore Bell BellThird Be1Third BellThird
Third district dlstr1ctHenr Henry C MoPlke MoPlkeFourth 1cPlkFourth McPlkeFourth
Fourth district dtatrtctE E E J Llvernash LlvernashF LiverunaftFifth
F l Fifth fth district dlstrlctW W J Wynn WnmSixth WynnSixth VranSixth
Sixth district dltrict111fam dlstrlctW illiam Conley ConleySeventh ConIe ConIeS CokicySeventh
Seventh S fntb district di distriotW trktV W O Morton MortonEighth MortonEIghth MortonEighth
Eighth district districtW f T Lucas LucasA LucasA
A A Camlnetti was nominated for f r con concresnnan congresFman congreseman
cresnnan from the Fit district but buthe butheeellnedthe he heoeelined hedeclined
declined eellnedthe the nomination A committee committeewas thmmlttoewas
was appointed app ipted to fill the vacancy vacancyWYOMING
0 0WYOMING
WYOMING MAN FOUND FOUNDDEAD FOUNDDEAD FOUNDDEAD
DEAD BESIDE TRACK TRACKRawlias TRACKRawlins TRACKRawlias
Rawlias Wyo Aug 23 23wmLn Wlassi T Mc McGlnnis McGinnis
Glnnis of Lander Wyo Vyor has been found founddead founddead
dead on the railroad at Ridge His head headhad beadhad headhad
had been s sQveradrom severed verad from the body by a atram atrain
train tramFrom trainFrom trainFrom
From indications the authorities enter entertain entertain enterlain ¬
tain tho theory th r3 that the man was 5 mur murdered murder murdered ¬
dered der and robbed before the decapitation decapitationoccurred drocapltatlonQCCUITtd decapitationoccurred
occurred th the > body being so placed that thatthe thatUae
the first fI t train would cut off the head headMcGinnts hNldtcrlnnls
McGinnts had relatives relathcsln in Chicago and andhad andhd
had announced his intention of going goIn to tothat tothat
that city before leaving h Lander LanderPLAIT LanderPLAN LanderS
S PLAN FAILED TO WORK WOKKButte WORKButte WORKButte
Butte Aug 21 21The The effort cfortof of o the Butch Butchers Butchrs Butchens ¬
ers < rs union of Butte to stop the sale saloor saloorIneat of ofmeat ofmeat
meat Crtfin ft tn the Chicago parking pad houses houseshas housesha
has failed lusr kcti hfiLBtjtte ltte ClerKS CI < rRs Union Unionissndlln unIonT8USP unionrefuses
refuses kTJmrlho1iJtcher Jf11itho btchers tutd are arelIndllrijr rc rcl
issndlln l lIndllrijr ndlt 1 ti ofh1t hwsnat C4mwttvAn tt An official l of r the theltUtehor
iJutchrrji fi ltUtehor ttf1trs slump said Ipday L sday that his unioi unioiroigbt uniomiht titilomijit
roigbt lw I forr ford S also ale 10 o hardl hat Ii > > tht > mc mcIn mca mClIn mcan
In n f < rdor to Se prevent tb the grot grorrits ries ri from fromj froula1
j irg g ail the th usinccs
PORT ARTHUR AT ATITS ATITS ATiTs
ITS LAST GASP GASPJapanese GASPJapan
4 4Japanese
Japanese Japan se Have HaveAlmot Almost Reached Reachedthe Re Reachedthe ched chedthe
the Inner Circle of Defence DefenceBATTLE Defencet DefenceBATTLE
t t tBATTLE
BATTLE RAGES CONSTANTLY CONSTANTLYSAILORS CONSTA CONSTAITLYt CONSTAITLYS CONSTAITLYSAILORS TlY TlYI TlYSAIIORS S
t ± I
SAILORS ARE EVIDENTLY IN INTHE INTHE INTHE
THE TBENGHES TBENGHESiHBFOO TR TRBNGHSC TRBNGHSC NG1D3S NG1D3SC
C
iHBFOO F00 Aug Au 1tIf 21 M 8 IB mt A Jimk jQ jUibkuliclt k kwhfchleft
I C wWch whfchleft left Lira Ti proitwAtory Protoryt1le Protoryt1lenight the thenight thenight
night of A Alg g a bus Just arrived arrivedhere arrivedher arrledhefc
here her Sue reports tttat4tlteJ tt tit4heJpsiies J ie have havesucceeded llavesu havee1cceehed
succeeded su ectJcd In occupying Anzchan ftrt t tWEll a awell as aswell
well as another fort probably pr han Synbanabout hannbouta llmhanabOut
about nbouta a mile southwest uthw t vf lI Antwcban AntwcbanThey AJJ AJJTiter Ubaii UbaiiTis
They Tis hove driven drlv t the Rufeutg from the theparade theparade theparade
parade ground which He ike e about t two twOneil twOneilnorth wil wilnorth II1 M MlIorth
north of the harbor or thy th y have ve dtttrvycd dtttrvycdtwo d ycd ycdtwo
two forts at Cfcaechaitito which wllr tat wltftin wltftinthe wualllnthe withinthe
the eastern fortifications nod they th have Baveadvanced haveadvanced e I
advanced to a p point hu near Chaoeluuitto ChaoeluuittoThis ChauchankoTht lto ltoThhs
This Tht news confirms information received receivedhere rwcetvedllere rcetvedhere
here previously and which tfee Us local localJapanese beatJapanese I
Japanese w were v sre net hKttneri tu believe hdlf > n nIhe
The junk heard firing until miJntgJtt t of ofAug ofUl ofAug
Aug Ul 22 22Scarcely
Scarcely Soarcel a building buildiReJB la Port Anhur re rewas r rmains remains
mains undamaged J1Ut he town bolll which whicbwas whichwas
was used as a magazine has been de destroyed destrO ¬ I Istroyed
stroyed stroyedFour strO stroyedFour ed edFour
Four large warships unable to fight are areat areat areat
at Port Arthur Only one ship a vessel vesselwith Teseelwith veseetwith
with two masts and two funnels has hasguns 1Iasguns hasguns
guns on board boardThe boardThe boardThe
The fire of the forts not oaptvred oa > tved by bythe b btbe bythe
the Japanese together to ether wit hfhe h1 effect rt of ofland oCland ofland
land mines is given as the tlteres1l4 reason lll why whythe Whythe whythe
the Japanese have not as yet coe conaeredthe conquered conqueredthe
the Russian stronghold stronghold3SEATHIESS 5trongholdBREATRLESS strongholdBREATHLESS
BREATHLESS ANXIETY ANXIETYBussia ANXIETYRussia i iRussia
Russia Nerving Itself For News of a aSerious aSerious aSerious
Serious Disaster DisasterSt
St Petersburg Aug 24 4 3 a mWtth m With all allRussia anRussia allRussia
Russia hanging breathlessly on the fate fateof tateof fateof
of Port Arthur even such a nationalI nationalevent national nationalevent
event as the christening christening of th the csarevJtch csarevJtchis
is robbed of much of the prenstftence CeIDIIIeneewbich premlesencewhich prenstftencewhiclt
I which would otherwise be accorded it It awt awtSt tm4tSt a aSt
St Petersburg tonight is dim and silent silentwith silentwith tl nt ntwith
with no sign of activity Although the thefairylike thefaiIlike thefairylike
fairylike grounds of Peterhoff Peterhoft are say saytvith YwitJ 5Ywith
with flags and decoration in readiness readinessfor
for tomorrows celebration an1 though thoughthe fllOUgbthe thooghthe
the great rrot palace is filled with dtethr ttJtguished distinguished dtethrguished
guished guests the seen scene resoraWes re mttles mttlesweiglity a awefgfity awe1glty
wefgfity international conference < rather rstfeerthan rat1Ierthan ratherthan
than a gathering of merrymakers merrymakersThe m rTymakersThe
The capital tonight is filled with sinister sinisterrumors lIUlisterrumors sinisterrumors
rumors of Port Arthurs desperate straits straitsThe strBft8The straitsThe
The superstitious are predicting tIN fall fallof fnof failof
of the fortress on the day of the rupttara rupttaraof I
of o the czarevitch but this IS exsilr lr trace traceable tra traabto traceable ¬
able to the fact that several big Russian Jb Jlanreverses Russianreverses tze1snreverses
reverses have occurred on Russian fete fetedays fetedn8 fetedays
days dn8Assault
Assault in Progress ProgressIt
It is reported that a message me sa p was re received rf rfcelved received ¬
ceived from rom Lieutenant General Steessel Steesseltonight SteesseltOlllg Stoesseltonlgjit
tonight t which was sent from Port Ar Arthur Arthur Arthur ¬
thur on the night of Aug 22 by way ay of ofChefoo ofCJ1efoo ofChefoo
Chefoo saying that a desperate d perate assault assaultby BIiMIultby assaultby
by the theJapapese Japapese had been in progress dur during durIng 4crlag ¬
ing the previous pre iou8 fortyeignt hours Jso Jsoconfirmation Xoconflrmationo Noconfirmation
confirmation of this report can be had hadWhile hadWhllq badWhile
While the general staff does not conceal concealits coaetits eoeIic
its ic anxiety the best military authorities authoritieshave adt1torltieshave ahiboeltieShave
have not abandoned the hope bo c that Gen General Gpneral Gencml ¬
eral Stocsscl will ill be able tovttoM out outThis outIhls OStThis
This more hepefni ho fu view is wmewhat wmewhatborne oaiewh b8t b8tburhe t tborne
borne out by b an unofficial l dispatch from fromLiao fromLino fromLiac
Liao Yang sgylrig tlfi r1iyitt hfj that tJJ t iifatwo br4atWascault dOJh dOJhassault htr htrassault
assault on Aug 10 lOand and Aug 3lth 1 the at attackersr attack attaekcrrr
tackersr tack like lik their predecessors pret1 were werebeaten wetebeaten werebeaten
beaten off with heavy los losThe Jos JosThe leeThe
The situation at Lien Yangr T eg g leIf ts tsquiet 16Qui IsqUiOt
quiet Qui t but the improving woather pr IKS8g pros prossages s ssagcs
sages S8g s the renewal of ofmulftar military rnmt activity It Itis ItIs Itis
is believed that if Gonerai Kuropalkln is iscontempJatlne isontemplaUn Iscontempiatinc
contempJatlne a diversion m favor of Port PortArthur PortArthur PortArthur
Arthur it wift ViI not be long 1 delayed delayedface dlayedaceTcioFast aelsyedace
face aceTcioFast aceTcioFastCo ace roorast roorastConservative TaoPastConservative
Conservative Co en ti critics while t they ey arc arenot arcnot arcnot
not chary in glvins giviRtbo the Japanese due duemilitary duemUlt8O duemilitary
military credit for or pist perform perCont12DCftC nrw say sayin sayin sa sain
in plain language 1angua p that the pace is l too toofast toofallt toofast
fast to last and that every day da General GeneralStoessel GentmIStocset GeneralStoessol
Stoessel holds out will rensrer the Japan Japanese
ese position p itiofl about Liao Ll o Yang Yan mere pre precarious prfcnrlou8 procurIous ¬
carious Kven the th most ra 4HuiQP guin BOW 1aowccr bowever BOWevcr
ever admit tb the gravity of ta the situation fcltaationfrom attuationfrom situationfrom
from the Russian point int of view and the themost themost theTibet
most serious serio news ncwsrrom from the front would wouldnot w wouldnot 1d 1dnot
not be received with great gr trpriIe trpriIeWITH HrprsieWITH tirpriee tirprieeWITH
WITH TERRIFIC LOSS LOSSDesperate LOSSDesperate OSS OSSDesperate
Desperate Attack Upon Port Arthur ArtjiarAug Artb1lrAug ArthurAug
Aug 19 and 20Hepulsed 20HepulsedT
T Lio iao Yang 18n Aug uS a SA A Aecordtng < reor dtD linj to the thelatest theiat thelatest
latest iat St < information Inronn tJon from Port Arthur a alurleusJayanwe aoJrhtusl atorleusj
lurleusJayanwe oJrhtusl Japantf81 atta attack i throughout Au Aupi 4UJIgt Augist
pi gist st 19 and 38 was repulsed r with wlthtpr wlthtprritk ter terrific tsrrifle ¬
rifle loss lo t This news 1MW8WU was received recriv here herewith lIueUh betcwith
with Uh the greatest eate t j jo joThere joy joyThere y yThere
There has b been < > n no serious fighting in inthis inlblil inthi
this thi regie n but there has been a small snwliFkirmish smallFklrmlsh smallridnmlsh
Fkirmish at Ansliansban nwhere where J JAII JAIItroops Japaneirnops p B Btroops
troops attacked a Russian n outpost and andwpro anSwore nd ndwere
were driven off with a hose of six killed kfllodLino killedLino killedLlno
Lino Yang toss as eacpwleiieed eac ed tw two twet d dcf dais daisSt >
cf St t bright weather and there is J a owlJ tOtMhof teoehof owlJof
of autumn in the air tr The rainy rainyhas season seasonhas St SM1 SM1h8ft
has apparently terminated terminatedThe tcn in3teoJ
The military inactivity te I credited here hereto breto hereto I
to the thefMCt fact that the Ji J Japanese aneee are eon eoncentrating eoaMJltatlng soncentrating
centrating all their attention att on en Pen PenArthur 10nA PoetArthur
Arthur A hur
hurXUROPATKIN
STJROPATKIHJS TTTBN TTTBNr TTTBNSussian TUItNRussian TURNRussian
r
Russian General Compelled to Take Takethe Takethe Takethe
the Initiative InitiativeBerlin InitiativeDrlin InitiativeBerIin
Berlin Aug Al1 24 21111 IB a dispatch lch front Liao Liaolang LtaJ4an Ltaang
4an lang ang under d dwteolg date te of Aug 33 3 UM one eorlespondent eoIlespondentoC onetespondent
lespondent of the L IAkal kal Ansei iuzelger < er r fmys fmysThe TSThe saynThe
The indicatiOns are th that the initiative infttettveis aftJatlvJ
is about to pass to the lh Russians Th ThJatraneee TheJapanese I IJalN1etp
Jatraneee plan of enrnpaign Cl4mp including fnchldl th thttack thattack I Iattack
attack ttack upon Uao y YJtI Yteeg g lies hn amarcntlr amarcntlrlifeeen aPtJ aperentiyleeen notl I
lifeeen hendernngld deranged by the unexpectedly UIUX t T stub stubborn stubborn tub7 tub7born
born resistance at Pert Arthur ArthurGeneral ArthurGencral
General Kurokis arm array > has < betn with withdrawn Withdran withdrawn
drawn to the south ef the T Tttae itoe river riverand rhcrand rivcrand I
and only outposts are new the tbcrh river riverJapanese riverJapancse er erJapan
Japanese Japan e troops under und r General Tka Tkashima tkashima flrasluima
shima arc reported to be in the Lia Liariver L1ariver
river valley valleyat alley1t valleyIt
at Is rumored that the mikado has hasrecalled U3recnUoo hazrecalled
recalled General Kegi and ad taut ordered orderedI M6eIedIield orderedPield
I Iield ield Marshal Yamogata chief of o tb tbIgeneral the thegeneral theenerah
general enerah staff all Toklo T MO to assume cam cammand eommand OD1mand
mand of the bHiegers at Port Arttmr ArttmrSINKING ArUwrsrmhNG ArtharSININOP
SINKING srmhNG SININOP OF THE THB HE NOVIK NOVIKVessel 1iOVIKVessel NOVIKVessel
Vessel BiddledOWitH RiddledWiUiShel1s Shells After Be Being Being Belug ¬
ing Beached BeachedToklo 13eachedTokio BeachedTokio
Tokio Aug 23 4 p m mThe The Japan Japanese ¬
ese protected cruiser Tsushima alone alondefeated alolMdefeated alonedefeated
defeated the Russian cruiser Novik in inthe inthe inthe
the first engagement which occurred occurredAug eeurredAuS oecurredAug
Aug 20 and the Japanese cruiser erasrr Chit Cbitose GtHtose Chitose
ose finished the destruction de truclfon of the theRussian theRussian theRussian
Russian shin s l > on Sunday Sundayreached SundayThe SundayThe
The details of the ongagelDftSl ongagelDftSlreached engageneflIreached
reached the nay na department dcpartm nt here to today today today ¬
day At dawn of Saturday the Clttose Clttosearrived Ctlhsearrived Ctftrsearrived
arrived at a point twenty miles m ea north northwest northwest northwest
west of Rebunshiri H island and pro proceeded proceeded proceeded ¬
ceeded to search the Soya La Pe Perouse Perouse Perouse
rouse strait The weather was heavy heavyand heavyand heavyand
and the Xovik NO k was not not discovered At AtS AtS AtS
S oclock Saturday morning the Chltoe Chltoeand Chtlo Cbttqeeand e eand
and the Tsushima met close to Rt Rtbunshiri REbunshfri fltbunshirl
bunshiri island Islan The Tsushima had hadpreviously hadprcIously hadpreviously
previously been searcMns searet uJ to the west westward wecttward westward ¬
ward After the meeting of the two twoJapanese twoJapanese twoJapanese
Japanese cruisers the he Chitosc took up upa upline upa
a a line extending from Soya point to toCape toCape toCape
Cape Shiretoko and the tljp Tsushima was wasdispatched wasdispatched wasdispatched
dispatched toward Konsakovsk KonsakovskBoth Kq KonsakovakBoth akO8k akO8k130th
Both Were Damaged DamagedThe
The Tsushima found Q nd the No Notlit o1k k off offKorsakovsk onKo11kovsk oftXorsakovsk
Korsakovsk harbor at 430 oclock < In Inthe tnthe Inthe
the aftenioon She immediately zHs zHsnalled slgnal1ed I Inailed
nailed her h r discovery tothe Chitose l by bywireless > y ywirelesstelegraphy 1 1wireless
wirelesstelegraphy wireless telegraphy and at oui ont > at attacked attacketi ¬ I
tacked the th enemy en nu ThoXovik phe OU vAs wis hH hHese hitre I
tre frequentl entI1i the 11 ita iio t the e Ja Jsuai Jsuaiese an anesetru1soan
ese esetru1soan icnnsor rzilsetand and a at t 5i 34ft r t ha1lrea aba h a 1 io v rea es cod codto J Jto I Ito
to thc th Inner anchorage it t 1 Ir1oak IforAXo JidQk k kShc II IISlt I ISb
Shc Slt was then t cavclopcd Cnvclo d in white whiteContinued wl1i whiteContAuuci e
I IContinuc
Continued ou Paje 2 ZJ J
SOMESAYMURDER SOMESAYMURDEROTHERS SOME so MESAY SAY MURDER MURDEROTHERS MU ROER ROEROTHERS
OTHERS SUICIDE SUICIDEConflicting SUICIDEI SUICIDEConflicting SUiCIDEConflicting
I
Conflicting Views Held as to toW tow toWI
W S A Virmillions s Death DeathREASONS DeathREASONS DeathREASONS
REASONS ON BOTH SIDES SIDESPOUCPS SIDESeOLIQE
5
9 9POLIC5E
POUCPS BELIEVE DRUGGIST DRUGG SfX EN E2fDEi ENDED ENDKb
DEi HIS OWN ovhr LIFE LITEURDER LIFERdIJRDER
RdIJRDER URDER is the tbetheury theory at a present presentl Jre nt ntheW
MURDER 1 VI l heW b hy Coroner F H < lk k and andthe antthe andthe
the Jury r7 impanelled t tl < > iives iivesSRteUhe Iefl1 Iefl1te IeCflgatetbe
SRteUhe te tbe cs ease of Wllford AVS A trmi trmiItou limilion rmiJIou
lion the young druggist dru who w Ilo f fi feIl > > q I dOd ddi ddibeblnd dOdbehind i ibehind
behind the prescription prES < ription count counter r of f his hisstore histo hi histore
store to 11 Vest Second Mouth 5tr 5trat strat tn i iat
at lt 113 oclock Monday night n tlli m mret 1J1e6UR usreteutt
ret 1e6UR ft of a revolver bttllel ciucring nltTiQ h hbrain hbmn hbrain
brain With the corpners cor jury a lgr sgrmanyfriends i imany > tmanyfrlends
many manyfrlends friends of the dead man who o to in insist H Hlst I Istat ¬
stat lst that absolutely no motive for or eeU eeUdestructkm It se1 se1destruction > H Hdestruction
destruction existed existedSvicide existdSvkhk existedSuicide
Suicide the police and county CIUI t au authorities a authorities 1 1thorltles ¬
thorities declare > is the only theory theorythat the theorythat ry rythat
that can be act aerrpted epted at this > inae It Itis itIs t
is the only explanation they tllt > y ciair ciairthat claijthat cIai cIaithat
that satisfactorily accounts for a anumber 1numberor anumber
number numberor of puzzling features of thf thfcaee thoc th thcase
case c With the th police agree n mfto many iay v who whohaTe whohave ho hohare
hare made a thorough adtorougti invest Invetiigatlon igalion of r cfan f flilt
lilt 11 the tt facts surrounding V Vlrmmion Vlrmmionviolent Virmillionsviolent h million millionviolent
violent dearh cJe1tTbe dsrilThe dearhThe
The basis of the murder theory th > ry ret N Nchlefty rcs rcsebiedy a achiefly
chiefly upon ft the nonexistence none sh np as far faras f fras if ifas <
as Is now known of a motive for su suckte sudde HJclde
ckte Coupled with this are the guoJ guoJcharacter g gu gucharacter j jcharatter
character of the young man himsei himseithe him hiruselthe el eltbe
the satisfactory condition of Tis hi bu bunees hue hueaces U UDe8J
aces and finances and the t h fa fact < t hnt hntfor h1 h hfor t tfor
for some time i past st he had been sub subjected suljected subjecteti ¬
jected to petty thieveries by some me i l11 l11whose uslc uslcwhose > n nwhose
whose knowledge of the store was ap apparently apparently apparently ¬
parently perfect perfectThe JerlecrtThe perfectThe
The suicide sulGl theory t ry is born > out W Wthe 1 1thetact tcthefact
the thetact fact that tltlLtthere there is no tangible tangibledeuce c cdence t tdeJtee
deuce th tba U any anyone one left the st stre < > re r fi filowing < > i ilowmg ilowmg
lowmg ete 1 te firing of o thf t hfA iv ivshots t twshots w wshots >
shots Probably Pro tlbly twentyfive tW nttln pfr pfrsous IWrSOlIS porSons
Sons in the neighborhood h h3 hear hearthe ari arithe rll rllt
the t reports and were MI 11 relookout he helookout t P Plookout
lookout for further dev eiopmer iopmer t tbu tbu te teha >
bu tonly one has been found oundFrank foundFrankGlllamwbo oundFrankGUlamwlo Prank PrankGillam
Gillam GUlamwlo who claims to have ha to seen en any anyne an anORe a r rgone
ORe ne hurrying away from the > seen seenThe seenThe erl erlThe
The suicide sale theory the th officials say i ifurther Jfurther se sefurther
further strengthened because becu of tlv tlvpeculiar t h hpeculiar
I peculiar position in which hleh the revolvrr revolvrrfrom reOhfTfrom evolvrrfrom
from which the shots were PIf fired la laThe laT IsTh
The T Th pistol VhmilHoo Vtn ltllou < K own r2 b calibj calibjwas 111ibFWM calibwas <
was found beneath the dead man ju JU1IIIde jis jisHedeilS = r rwide
wide the tb small of his back backMay backMay backMay
May Have Sought Sou ht to Deceive DeceiveThe DeceiveTbe DeceiveThe
The unfinished letter th the > o open n cash cashrestoter c ash ashregister oh ohJe
register Je ter these who hold old to tGo t this opin opinion OpfiIon op opIon ¬
ion point o 0tIt out t might have be been > f n uwl uwlas uIIf1as useIas
as blinds by a man about to end ii iilife II IIlife lilife
life and yet who feared to bring div disgrace di digrace divgrace ¬
grace upon his own and his hi familys familysname famil familname famulname
name nameTo nameTo nameTo
To make the work ork of the authority tbllrit s sdoubly SdouIly
doubly hard ha there aqe strong > tr ng obje objetiew obj objet1a O OtJ8IWt8
tiew tJ8IWt8 tJ8IWt8ASa t1a ju t either H9f H9ffact sp spAgalnet
ASa Agalnet t thdieory neory of murdrf il is 11 11Ifact lifact >
fact that t not one sign ign of a trugi trugiexists tru truexi8t
Ifact I exists VirmSISon a ading gfding ding to o hs hsnearest hsI Ii a aiiaicet
nearest r trtn4s was a man of un undbubted enetbted n ndtMtbted
I dbubted etbted eourage aou ase lIe would hiftre rc rcfiisted Tfsi r rtdstad
fiisted si ted an attack upon his hi person personan rJion ni nittemPt r rui
an attempt to t tap the cash Ast rtsfster rtsfsterAgain r rgisterAgain t r rAgain
Again Vlrmilltons assailant to ha haescaped MeS itsescaped
escaped eS capture must han > made > hi hiexit hic hiegit
exit c tt from f om the front root door Both back backwindows badOwS haIwindows
windows OwS and the back dcx dour r were w re b bob bnl1It bobe4 l le
e e4 It would have taken ta ken > n aevemi aevemiseconds < ra I Iseconds
seconds for a person to get from h hhlnd lw lwnd behind >
I hind nd the prescription counter to th thfront thp thpfront thfront
front of the store by means of th thnarrow t thnarrow h hnarrow
narrow passage e behind the counters munternKverett countersEverett untf > r rEverett
Everett lAthe I ttJp a carp cifIHntrr ntrr who resi reeld d doppdeite j jopposite s sopposite
opposite the drug drn stor turn turned d his hisin fr frin eys eysin > > <
in ttait direction immpdiat immpdi Immediately tly ly upon uptwihearing UPOIIheartng uponbearing
hearing the r reports > iM lfrt5 > rts but saw > av a w no on onleave onJMve onleave
leave the place placeIn pku pkuIn pIaceIn
In case ca e Vlrmillion fell it s tn h result resultof rHU resultof It Itof
of a shot fined by b another > r the lau lauRMlst laitmust > r rmust
must have ve been Ferret F serreted t1 < in i the t tw rear rearof rA COSTof r ror
of the store sttl for many hours previoc previoco iol
10 o the tragedy as Vinnillinit had re remained I Imatned icmaheed ¬
mained in the th store continuouPV onthluoUF > af atr atrreturning aftrreturning t r rreturning
returning from his supper 2f Xd on oncould n ncould nncould >
could have entered by nvins of th threar threar ihrear <
rear windows or doors for the sam samreason q qreason Am Am1e8Ii0ll
reason that they could n not > have used ourdthem utdUem usedtlem
them as means mf > 8ns of exit rx exitthey It thev t hE W Wr WrBolted werebolted T Tbolted
bolted boltedAgainst boltedAgainst
Boltedlaln6t
Against the theory of ukidP = ui jde la lack lackof larkof < k kof
of motive is the th strongest ar lI gtJmnt artZmntadvancad gtJmntadVll um > nt ntadvanced
advanced adVll 1 Virmfllion was 24 t y years ars n of ofage orage ofage
age apparently was in perfect health healthfcntl healthItad lth
fcntl Ad spirits plrltsSe So far as can be ascer ascertained 1UtiaIRed ascettamed ¬
aIRed he had no close women friend
He was 15 on extremely affe afTt affeotiorsts affeotiorststrms Mio > < tior > u uterms t tterlR6 >
terms with him Jd family famlt consisting of ofhis r rhis ofhis
his father Jude Tud J S Virminion of ofDillon ofDillon > t tDillon
Dillon Mont his h mother moth T and two 0 wa waters PFters sistjers ¬
ters Henrietta aged 22 years an and < J
Margaret a sand d 14 14Coroners 14Coroners 14Coroners
Coroners Jury at Work WorkIt WorkIt
It to with these facts and lack nf nffacts offacts f ffacts
facts that th the roronr > jury is wres wresling wreihug reE reEIJng
ling hi inan an1fffort an effort to bring in a verdi verdiCoroi verdid verdidCoroIIet verdltCoiut
Coroi CoroIIet Clark impaneilpd a jury con consisting cr conshiting > n nlsttn ¬
sisting lsttn of ofWnliam William Carroll Ii H D I M MDonaki MDOIittki hIDonald
Donald and J C Lynch early ye y yenter yenterday ter terday tr trda
day da morning and n1 visited d the th < s Scene Scenethe < ene o othe nthe
the tragedy At 2 oclock 0 10 < ycjterday ycjterdayafternoon yeterdayafternoon fteTda fteTdaath
afternoon ath ZROOft they tb y went into session in and amiexamined andaIDM andexatalned
examined C W Dallon the most in intimate illtlma1e ii iitimate ¬
timate friend the th dead man had i iSalt it itSalt itSalt
Salt Lake and also the youth iiin ichoworked iiinworked 1r1 1r1Orked
worked In the drug store and v who ho was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the last person to speak to his hi em employer em employer Tn ¬
ployer ployerMr pJoyerIr ployerMr
Mr Ir DaHtMVieaiifleci DaU d as to Virmlllioh Yitml1lioi1habits Virmillionohabit s shabits
habits and character The dead niai niaihud Inl Insshad I Ilad
hud led an exemplary life accordiiis accordiiisto aceordioto
to the witness lt11 His finances fi1 nce su fa faas rdas fdas
as Dallon knew were w re in perfect con condition 01dtUon ensdition ¬
dition VlrmillJon and he had been beenconfidants beenconfidants n nconfidants
confidants and he was sure had the theformer theformer theformer
former been laboring under any do dospondency d dspOll d2spoideny
spondency spOll ency that he would have spoken spokenabout spokenabout spokesabout
about ft ftAfter It ItAftera itAfter
After Aftera a two hours session S slor the ti jury juryadjourned Jtnadfelrned juryadjoorned
adjourned until 2 p m today Thv Thvmembers Thumembers Tb Tbmembers
members then went ent in a body bod accom accompanied arcompanle4 aecunpaiii ¬
panied paiii by Coroner Clark and Detective DetectiveChase Det DetertieChase CUe CUeChase
Chase to the scene of the shooUng
The store ore was carefully looked over overTh overT overThu
Th T Thu rear rer exits were sere examined s s was wasthe wast1Je wasthe
the spot behind the prescription pr 1iption toni couiter COU1tft tonitei
ter where t ere VlrmflHon fell with the bul bullet bullet bullet ¬
let in his brain brainCoroner wainCoronel brainCoronerC1arks
Coroner CoronerC1arks Clarks C1 rks Statement StatementA
A the conclusion of the investigation investigationCoroner invcstigationCoroner investigationCoroner
Coroner Clark expressed his firm be belief l llief tllef ¬
lief that Vlrmillion bad been the tlJevk tlJevkU vic victim viethn ¬
tim U of a coldblooded murder IJis IJisopinion U fsoInkm 8 8o
opinion o inion was concurred hi by the t he thrvi thrvijurymen nit nitjU1ymeA thtjurymen
jurymen and to a certain extent by byDetective
Detective Chase Coroner Clark maJo maJothe maJthe niaJthe
the following statement statementTte 8tAtementT1e statementTiw
Tte shot that ended VirmUlknr VlrmttlioaIffe Virnifihionslife a alife
life was not fired from a revolver old oldin wIdin eid eidIn
in the dead mans hand Of that I ann annpositive a apositive artspositive
positive The statements of roomers roomersabove roomenabo roomersabove
above abo the drug store as to the scuf scuffling ecu ecufling cu cufling ¬
fling the fact that Virmlllion left off offaddreiohis offadtlre offaddressing
addressing adtlre tng an envelope and was roused founldead Cuunidead rouseddeed
dead before the ink had bad a chan chancto chanto chanrto
to dry and the tenor of the letter lett > it itself itSElf Itself ¬
self all tend to disprove the theory theoryof
of suicideour suicideOur suicide suicideQur
our findings findin have not by any means iitearinbeen mear1It meansbeen
been It fully mad aa we have il > yet i iexamine hJ hJeXJlmine soexamine
examine witnesses witll ii tizeSses who Were ere o OI s > cct cctisear > r rnear tnear
near the spot Just after the shooting
At the conclusion of our inv IuvostIg > tlgB tlgBlion Ugttion
lion Ion however I am convinced that thatear thatearveexnlflsioie Br Brconclusion t tOlwlusi
conclusion Olwlusi ll can alt b be but one OI1 Oneintrcjr OneintrcjrThe > nmnjcr nmnjcrTbe Jn14rcrThE
ThE position 1osi I ion of the revolver 1 beneath lHnfl1thjnnillion > on ath
VirmillionV jnnillion body and the j IiiBcuTty IiiBcuTtyuith iifleu1t iifleu1twith
with ith vhicli hisIi i rnurtlere IUj < i > u < i escape escapeunseen eC8hunSfe etsespaunseen
unseen front the store wers Ete not IsW IsWtQnlaLueti CW nwontil1Ue
tQnlaLueti ontil1Ue uOl uiFae uiFaei e
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