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4 department hasbeen dv1stthax dvis lwtiMLt t
4 4 the Wai Hal Fu has ha extended the thetime +
+ time for or repairs on the Russian Russiant Rus4anthips +
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+ t Augr Aug2 28 9 f
+ The Wai Ha E Pu is the Chinese 4
4 foreign rcign office 4 S
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+ Shanghai Aug 24 24bi I yl w ot 4 4the 9 9thc
+ the fact tatat the Chinese minis 4
4 try t ry or foreign affairs has given 4
4 the Russian warships new here 4
+ 4 four 1 ur more days in which to make 4
4 repairs pairs the situation is believed 4 9S
4 + 10 have become more serious 4 4London S
+ 9
9 London Aug 25 5 The eorrespoo + 9dent
4 + dent of the Times at Shanghai in 4
4 9 a dispatch dated AU Aug 24 4 1185 p 4 9flL
4 m flL says that orders front Kmper 4 9r
4 + or r Nicholas have been conveyed to f
4 Captain BeJtzensteln commanding 4 9hiIXL
4 him forthwith to disarm the crate 4 4
4 or r Askoid and the torpedo boatdo boatto 9 4 4stroyer
4 stroyer Grozovoi and that the th 4 4 4flags
4 flags on both vessels Were er towered 4 9at
4 + at 7 oclock tonight 4 4Paris 9
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Paris A Aug ff 21 2LThere There U ii reason to be believe behere ¬
here that a decision is about to t9 be betaken i
taken providing for the voluntary die disBrmament
armament of the Russian cruiser As
kold and the torpedo boat destroyer
Grozovoi now at Shanghai and tk Uii UiiRu
Russian Ru ian cruiser Diana at Saigon This Thiswill
will ill be done primarily to avoid inter international ¬
H national complications and will have havethe havth
the th effect of reducing the Russian Russianstrength L Le
e strength by three strong units but butthe
the Russian authorities consider that thatthis thaithis
this will be offset by the avoidance of ofthe ol r
the possible capture of the vessels vesselsnamed vese vesetiamed
named by the Japanese JapaneseDiana JapaneseDiana
Diana Badly Injured InjuredAdvices
Advices received here from Saigon Saigonshow I
show contrary to previous announce announcements ¬
ments ents that the Diana is in a very bad badcundition ba I Itundtion
cundition She has one large hole in It It2r
lier hull below the water line Her in injuries In1s ¬
juries 1s will take weeks to repair This Thiswould Tithuld
would uld have permitted an extension of 01
tFr r sojourn in a neutral port beyond beyondtae
tae twentyfour hours which expired expiredf I
2 > f > serday rday but it is foreseen that the therepairs th I
repairs jairs would entail such a stay tht at atoigon al t
oigon gon that it is possible that quea quest
tfetis t affecting the neutrality of the theport tb tbOrt
port Ort would be likely to arise Z15 and andtherefore fld
therefore Russia is disposed to disarm disarmth I Iti
th ti Diana which thereafter will re remain ¬
main 318 at Saigon during the nar narThe iarTh
The Th final determlnatio in the mat ¬
ter 1 r has ha not yet been taken but the ten tendencies tenLP ¬
dencies LP ies are strongly indicated It ItXj is isxpected
< xpected Xj t vted that the action to be taken takenii 1
ii t Shanghai and Saigon wiH relieve the theses
< ses of international significance aad aadpractically ant tluI I
practically 1 a tcaIIy closethem closethemA
A dispatch to the Temp from St
Ietersburg1 1 tersburg says the Askoid the Grozo Grozoni
ni 01 and Diana win he disarmed if Japan JapanT
T < S n give the powers a specific promise promiseT prorn 1 1S
T < > to attempt thereafter to seise seiseEXCITEMENT I It
t ni
Consuls at t Shanghai Expect tire Ves Vessels Vessels ¬
sels Will Disarm DisarmLondon
London Aagr 24 4BrItish British official a aI l lvjies
vjies I S lead to the expectation that Rue Ruepi Ru
pi ia a will ill order if she has not already a1red r
done so the disarmament of the pro prot ProtI
tI t > S ted t cruiser Askoid and torpedo boat boatdestroyer boa I Itroer
destroyer troer Grozovoi at Shanghai and andthus ani I
thus th end the controversy The British Britishdock it
dock iII k which hich the Askoid occupies is out outside outsde ¬
side sde the foreign settlements and with within withitt ¬
in Chinese I territory and therefore Un UnLi n ndr
dr Li r Chinese hjfle5 Jurisdiction Dr Pelhsni PelhsniWarren Ii IiViren
Warren the British consul general is iswithout I a athout
without thout authority to order the dock dockcompany dod dodrnparly
company rnparly to stop repairs on the ships shipsbut 1IpE I Ibt
but his advice that no further work on onttif oi a aI
ttif I vessels should be done has been beenFuflicient ben It Itiflieieflt
Fuflicient to convince the dock official officialtnat olUclaltfltt
tnat if they persist in repairing tba tbaKussian tb 0 0I
Kussian I vessels and u5 naval combat combatcurred x xS
S curred U red in which the dock is dam damaged deanthere ¬
aged there will be o redress through throughthe It Itthe
the British government governmentThe
The Japanese legation here is hope hopeful hopeq1 ¬
ful now that y te e Incident will be suc sucessfully nuesfu1Iy
essfully sfu1Iy and satisfactorily ended but ho t ti
11 i is determined that Japan proposes proposestn a att
tn tt see for herself that the ships are ar e
tnarmed 1 armed and dismantled and therefore thereforeiio e efl
< iio fl will send an inspecting officer u a ard
bard rd as she did in the ease of the theus th e e1sian
1sian us = ian warships which sought yafoge yafogei ug C CS
S i Ting Tau at the German port on onThe o It ItI
The I Shan han Thug promontory promontoryTWO pru10ntcryTWO
Mr r Adee and Mr Darling Discuss Discussthe S Sthe
the Situation SituationWashington SituatiouWa5hlngton
Washington Aug SL ZThere There was a at
t Inference at the navy department be between b S 5S 5 5I ¬
tween I en Mr Adee the acting secretary secretaryI of ofstate f
state I d e andMr and Mr Darling theacting the acUng sec secretary se seF ¬
retary F tdry of the navy regarding the situ situation L ¬
ation 5 5 1 at Shanghai Mr Adee had some someAdvices soi e
Advices 1 lCS from thedepartments the iepartments agents agentsbut e ebin
but no iii Word ord has reached here from fromKar froi froii
Kar i ar Admiral Stirling who is under underorders nuth nuthC
orders C dcr to report every development to toth I IthS
th thS department After the conference conferenceta conferen conferent1s
ta < announcement was made that Ad AdWITCH Ar I
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the lii complexion it is the best soap mad madI
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baby it has no equal VCures Cures eruptions d i iallays
allays itching and makes baby sweet sweetI as asrrises a da
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cure r constipation bivjsi Irus < 3 srd oil tI liver liverailments 1h r rameflts
ailments It you sv i s pp3 r arc arcweak a re reai
weak ai and nrvcas use my m > PawPaw s
fmiral m ural Stirling would delay his depart departntrft departre
ntrft tt re tot Manila bay whore Ste ivas t as duC du duept
Seat S SssA ept 3 far the purpesi purpos of Soldlng fl 1dIii tfie tfieregular t tegular
regular uutumn target practice Of the theAsiatic tiesItiC
ssA ssAti Asiatic sItiC fleet How long the acute con conltion ¬
tiu dition ti ltion of afflars at Shanghai will neces necessitate necesltate ¬
tiu sitate u ltate the presence of American war warahips warhIps
u ahips hIps there is quite unoertain unoert ln andIn andInrconseojience andinoneeqpence
e rconseojience the navy department can canflx canz
flx fl z no Sate for target practice practiceREACHED practiceREACHEDACUTE
Strike S i1C6 Has as Paralyzed the Business of ofMarseilles ofTuiarss11ks
Marseilles Marseillesirarseilles
Marseilles Frknce Aug S4 24The 24Therike The Thestrike
a strike rike of sailors and dock 1aborerere laborers laborersiltere
iltere h ere has completely prostrated the ox oxwiv
enalv wiv maritime interests of Marselt Marseltand MarseRee
T ee and throe thieaten ten disastrous results to toth toie
th t ie eity The strike which has con contin coninned
5 tin t inned a intermittently for two yeiirs yeiirshas yetrs yetrsas
has h ht as now become acute It is estimated estimatedthat estimatedhat
that t hat lOM workers wurk is of all grades re refuse reto
fuse f to load unload 50r or operate strips
The sixteen companies carrying on the theprincipal
principal p commerce of the Medlterrn Medlterrnne
ne n an nhave formally f decided that it itWAS
WAS wa ueejesf to continue their service serviceand
and a nd today bb1an bfc an the Avit withdrawal drvral of all allmerchant allmerchant
merchant ships The government has hasordered ba
ordered o a number of gunboats and andtorpedo
torpedo t boats to take up the Medic Mediterranean ¬
erranean e mall routes Thus far theje thejehas tht e
has been no disorder but a large force forceof
of o f troops is ready to meet eventuali eventualities ¬
ties t ies The companies engaged in the thetransAtlantic
transAtlantic t service are not affected affectedbut
but b ut the strikers are seeking to extend extendthe
the movement to Havre and other otherports
ports p orts of departure for America AmericaSldfiT
ConUBoe from Pago < L Lrompaajr
rompaajr r tcadered the favor thestory the story
d d6nt nt ge e The uelegmes sjr aa it was
Hr WweIVnd wenand CatleHwao CutIei who farais famished ed the free freelUif fre
x xd lUif dt and wkfle enjoying it the Hammond
delegates d are ie making capful e oat t of it for fortheir
their t heiz man
lolitioal 1itioa1 Notes Notest
U wee anpence at Catkr
t ees rs reateraay that Cutlers name will
toe placed mcfi 6ef before re tH the conrvntiotf t teday 4ity by
D O Rldeout c of Draper DraperSeveral DrapeySeireral
Several of the candidates got out beiges
yeMerday and the ribbons were much ht hi
evWenee on the streets during the after afternoon ¬
noon n OOn1 j jIa
Ia order to carry out the plan to beat
Howell ta 1 the eenventjon today it will ba baneeeamrjr
neeeamrjr to arrange the order uf business businessco businessS
co s o to the uerab aumpaioe a toit for congressman fol ¬ S
lows I owa ta the TMirankOoa for governor 0V5rn0f If this thisorder
order of bUs te reported and adooted
It 11r11 will be gted evidence UMIC l th > s effort
win toe wade v vSerter
Serter eavcueed e cused In lathe the Wilson last night nightaad
aad a nd lin lined d up with Its fourteen votes sotkt SOUdot
for t ot Chrtettamen and Wells Pluto Hnei Hneiup
up u p ha like fiubfon The mayer of Rich ¬
field f ield spjrtRrs to be a popular man ia the thferooth
rooth t and wlil draw heavily from that thatsection
section sectionJ s edttonJ
J R Leteher v to has been the Dent Demccrstlc Denterstic
ccrstlc c delegate from San Juan for sow aemsenenUi °
senenUi enerstions B past was oarehHM for Kepht
3 Jalley Hey yesterday San Juan has a dele delegate ¬
gate s ate wdeent reut in the flesh this time and
ite r BaNev aJlqr IB the man I wane ta rind Hndnun
nun h int said ld Mr Letcaer just to see what whatn
n my y people down in San Juan took like likePersona
Persona who came up OB the train from
the south Wednesday report having seen seencnmring seesudge
J udge Johnson an4 W D Livingatee oc ocupying
cnmring c the same me seat in the car and andengaged andngaged
engaged e in amicable conversation If Iftrue
true t rue this f 15 not fl the e least surprising lea ¬
ture t are ef the ItapitMlean campaign campaignProfessor
Professor George M Jonee of Richfield Richfleidwni
wni H1 Introduce a novelty at tedays eon coniventien
ventien v vf by presenting a ladies quartette quartettefrom
from f rom Rtchfitiid for several numbers The Thsyeun Theung
yeun ung tedlea are Xisces Annie Anderson
Celeste Salisbury Laura Ogden and Joan Joanette Jeantte
ette e tte Jones of lUehffeld who have been beentraiaeit beenralnaul
traiaeit t under und Professor Jones direction
Tba RichfteW menJtt men h town unite in prom promifltog promsing
sing i the convention some rare vocal vocalmusic vonalpusic
music musicFriends
Friends of Major H P Myton yton have have0tartd baystt
0tartd a tt a boom for tarn him for nomination noraiaationus
us n a presidential elector and were bogy last lastvening
evening in his behalf The major is a amilitary
military man and m the remote event ot otthe
the t he election of the Republican ticket in inUtah
Utah be could cast a vote for Roosevelt Rooseveltin
in i n a manner that could net fail to be besatisfactory
satisfactory to that other renowned mill military milltary ¬ S
tary man manCache
Cache county caucused in its headquar headquarters beadquartels ¬
ters at the wVson tast night and secure securea secure1 secure1a
a lineup on the nomination for governor governorTwentyflv
< Twentyflv votes for Cutter and four fourfor fohifor
for Hammond was th the result of a pen or orthe ol
the twentynine men present After th thcount
count another delegate earn In and de dedared dedared
dared himself for Cutler This witb witbtwo
two proxies la the possessfon of the th Cut Cutler Cutlee ¬
lee men gtv gives 8 Cutler twentyeight in the thedelegation 1 1delegaidon
delegation Another absentee Is known to tobe t r rbe
be a Hammond man soothe so he delegation delegationsiiinda L LStands
siiinda Cutler 28 Jiamntond lammond 5 ideegntion The Thedftesatiott
dftesatiott Is jriefefed solidly to How Howell HowellAnother ll llAnotker
Another caucus will be heM between tfcs tfcssessiotts th thaenslous
sessiotts today W H Tbain presided at attne ci cicomm
tne comm and George F Wright acted acteda I Ias
a as 9 se secretary retarjr They Tbe were made the of officers officom ¬
i ficers of the delegation delegationSummit
Summit county ksW a prolonged caucus caucusIn esuewlit I
In the Cuba last night and adopted the aieJ thesecrecy
J secrecy crecy ml It Tpas s learned after ad adjournment ¬
journment tnat the delegation divided on onthe orthe t
the governorship question by giving
hammond eight and VfHs eleven al altheush a athough
though this may be teeonsldered Straup Straupwas Straujwas
j was favors for the sunreme bench al altboush attbough
tboush Alma Kldredge announced in tne tnecaucus the thecaucus
caucus tnst in compliance with a re reqoest reqaes
qoest be had agreed to nominate Judge Judgei lvdgeZne
i Zne ine Mr EMredifes action In thIs > e esifect
sifect H ie stated does not bind the theuelesntkm 1
uelesntkm in any manner The Summit SummitOeleiiRtlon theI I
OeleiiRtlon Ieaatte Is ex 51C5Cttd < ie ted to give the raest raestwetgbty mo I
wetgbty consideration to swgsestfons swgsestfonstram suggesUohOrn S
tram Senator SOfl tor Kegims and It is therefore thereforesumed thereforePSUUi i
PSUUi sumed that the SBKMH slate will receive receiveiiareli reedy reedybarth
iiareli treatment in Summit SummitPREMATURE SrrmmitPREMATURE
Three UiEinars Killed and One Severe Severely Severely ¬
ly Injured InjuredJackson InjuredIacksoe
Jackson CaL Ante atA frishtfal mc mcctdent ateldent
ctdent occurred at the Argonaut mine te teds ter ¬
ds day Pour men William J Cursor CurnowAmerigo CursorIi r
Amerigo Scatentu MielMel Qnhin ana anaWilliam an Ii
William Jewel eotptoyed eOlpll tat sinking anIt a ashat
shat prepared eighteen dr < r twenty holos holosand hdtei hdteiit is
and while lighting the fuses one blast blastexploded it
exploded prertHttsrely pronrat rely Curnew Scales SeAtenaand ScalesC a
and Quinn were so badly injui ° G by the therxpl Ui C
rxpl xpinaion < sion tact they the were unable to do doanything 1 0
anything to save themselves They were weretbercfere wet wettherefore 0
therefore exposed to the debris of the theother tie tiee
other blasts nine AT ten in number The Thethree Tb TbI e
three men were literally blown to pieces piecesJewell pieceIs I
Jewell was struck in the back by tbe tbeffrnt lii liirhat Is
ffrnt Most but maiwegd te get out outanpSr of offcngvr
fcngvr anpSr before the other explosions oc ocrorrert 45 45emreel
rorrert He is seveeely injured but will willSTOCK wi wirecovee
recovee recoveeSTOCK
Denver Cote Cob Aug S4 24In In accord accordance ccorc 1 ¬
ance with a request from the XaUonal XaUonalLivestock aUonr aUonrf ccorcLi Li
Livestock association the bureau of ofanimal et etanimal f
animal industry has modified the reg regulations ¬
ulations compelling cattlemen in inwestern I a
western states to dtp their cattle for forscabies ft 4
scabies or mange before shipping to tomarket t tmarket 0
market marketPat
Pat cattle deafened for slaughter slaughteroriginating r roriginating
originating in an infected section may maybe ma y yit
be shipped to market centers without withoutdipping witholid it
dipping or placarding cars provided providedthey provided d
they have been fully inspector and andfund an an16usd d
fund free from evidence of scabies scabiesIt scablciIt
It Is further provided that If It is isafterwards I Iafterwards
afterwards decided to reship such cat cattle calC ¬
tie for feeding purposes or for export exportthis expo C
this thisuisy m r bfr done after dipping at the thestock th thstock C
stock yards yardsTHE yardaTHEATHRECORDS
Captain P J J Dunne DunneSan DunneSILS
San Francisco Aug 24 4CataIn Captain Peter Pete r
T Dunne a brother of Superior Judge JudgeDunne Jud JudIUnfl
Dunne IUnfl died today aged 48 4 years presum prosunS
ably of f ptomaine pplsonlng pisoninr His His earl earlst > j
1ars were spent In Nvnda where I let j
bectzie prominent Ii wan eaplain I Ihe if
he Iirnmet Gvsri n 1Plnhv ttt tttOf
Of Storey eatjnti eti degatcl I Ivera
st vera erif D Democratic m eratlc national convention
H 1 < < snt m > > to tc San Francisco in 1830 1S and andcngageu an S SIn i
cngageu In business usnesn
Will Enter a > Fresh Protest at atSt
St Petersburg PetersburgRUSSIANS PetersburgI PetersburgUSSIANS
noATIO1 noATIO1London
London Aug St 24The Th BHTOfi foreign foreignoffice
o office has net yet been able to establish establishthe
the t he identity or f the Russian cruiser cruiserwhich
which w hich recently examined the th papers pnPe of ofthe
the th e British steamer Comedian off the thesoutheast
southeast s coast of f Can ap tJolony olony Tel Telegraphic Telgraphic ¬
graphic e reports from the authorities authoritiesat
at a t Durban confirm the examination of ofthe ot
the th e papers but aano person oh board boardthe
the t he Comedian could read Russian char characters ehareters ¬
acters a difficulty has been found hi de determining ¬
termining t the name of the cruiser The Thedescription
description d given by the commander of ofthe
the t he Comedian tallies with that of the theSmolensk
Smolensk S but it might also be the de description ¬
scription s of the converted liner Don DonThe Dellhe
The T Tv he authorities ate continuing the in investigation ¬
To vestigation v but pending a settlement settlementof
of o f the allimportant question whether whetherthe
the t he Smolensk conducted the search searchGreat
Great G reat Britain is unable to t act as de determinedly tieermipedlyas ¬
terminedly t ermipedlyas as IK ilsjs is asserted asrtedat at the th for fortbgn
tbgn t fgn toffice she would be entitled to if ifthe iihe
the t he fact were definitely establishedhere established establishedThere
Tb There T here is reasoft to believe that Am Ambassador Amassador ¬
Ta bassador b Hardlnge will make inquiries inquiriesat
at a t St Petersburg and he may even go goso
st so s o far as to express the hope that net neither ¬
ther t sb the Smolensk nor the St Peters Petersburg ¬
burg b urg are continuing the tli examination o oneutral
neutral n vessels contrary t6 the th assur assurances assurnc ¬ S
ances a nc r given by Russia In any event eventit eventt
i it t is said that the ambassador will en enter ¬
ter t tr a fresh protest against the exam examination ¬
i id ination of a neutral ship at a point so sodistant atiatifiit t
d distant from the scene of hostilities hostilitiesIDENTITY
Name SS 5f the Offending Russian Crui Cruiser ¬ S
ser Unknown UnknownSt
St Petersburg Aug 24 247O7 70 p m mOwing
Owing to the holiday there was no noone t
one o ne at the admiralty here who could couldspeak ticI I
os couldL
speak s authoritatively on the reported reportedstopping L
stopping S of the British steamer Come Comedian Comeian ¬
dian d ian by the Smolensk off the southeast southeastcoast
coast c < jf Cape Colony but at the for foreign ¬
eign o lga office the coriresponhent of th the As Associated Asociated ¬
sociated s sn Press was informed that it Is Isnot It Itot
not n ot certain whether the orders to desist desistfrom
from f rom stopping neutrals had reached desistt the theSmolensk t
Smolensk S as she did not report after afterleaving
leaving l Suez but a ship was Sent Outo out outto
to t o convey orders to lier If the reports reportsthat
that th at the Smolensk stopped the th Come Comedian ComeEan ¬
dian d Ean prove to be correct tl the foreign foreignoffice I Iffice
office O ffice holds that thatit it will come within the thearrangement
arrangement a announced at 3n time of ofthe 01 01the
the Malacca affair whereby it was wasagreed I
agreed a with Great Britain that In the theevenu i Ii
evenu e venj of any repetition of such act actpertmng
pertmng p fire receipt of f orders by the thevessels Thessels
vessels V ssels of the Russian volunteer fleet fleetships
ships s if seized are to be forthwith re released ¬
leased l and the acts are to tobe be consid considered considred ¬
ered e red as having not occurred occurredPetf
Petf Petfide Ide Albion AlbionSU Thiou
SU St Petersburg Aug 4The 4 The Xovtre
Vremya V remya says that the action of the theritish
British B ritish authorities in issulngnew coal coal3ng
3ng l la ng regulations was aimed directly dlrect1 dlrect1P
agalnst a Russia The paper adds They P
will w ill not affect the carrying carryln out of Rus Russias ¬
sias a las plans They indicate however howeverow
how h ow much reliance can be bepace placed on the theprofessions S Srofeseions
professions p of ofrltIsh British friendship
Bussian ussiaxt Steamer Reported from 2iy 2iyfcorg Nyborg
4 borg Denmark DenmarkLondon
London Aug 34 34lrhe JThe absence of ofspatches S
dispatches d of any kind from the far fareast farast
east e ast this morning leads to the belief beliefexpressed
expressed e editorially in the London Xiondonnewspapers
newspapers n that important ovents are
impending impendingThe I J > S
The mystery regarding the move movements movemeats ¬ S
meats of the Russian cruiser which whichrecently
recently r overhauled the British steam steamer steartr ¬
er e r Comedian is 5111 unsolved
In a dispatch to the Central Newts
from f rom Copenhagen it is declared that thatthe
the large steamer flying the Russian
flag f which passed the great belt yea
terday t bound southward as reported
in a dispatchirom Nybore Denmark
is i s tb the Russian volunteer fleet hoststeamer steamer
Smolensk SmolenskAccording SmolenekAccording
According to the correspondent of of
the Dally Telegraph at The llague the theofficials
officials of the Russianembassy tlnie tlnieare
are busily conferring with withthe the leading S
Dutch members of The fiague arbitra ¬
tion tribunal and the belief prevails
the correspondent nays that Russia is ir irnclined
inclined I to submit the mailer of jf what whatconstitutes whatconstitutes
constitutes contraband of war and andcognate andcognate
cognate questions to the tribunal tribunalThe tribunalThe
The Cape Town correspondent of flu t
Dally Telegraph understands that thatstrict
strict orders have been Issued that
1 Ruegian cruisers are not to lie 1 allowed I
to coal eels ifr Cape Colony ports port witlout witloutprevious t
previous reference to headquarters headquartersUb headeuartrsNo
Ub Fighting Recently BecentJyGeneral RecentlyGeneral
General KurokTs Headquarters in the S
Field Ang M via Ptisan A Aug 2 rFtd Fstlr Fstlrweather r rweather
weather has returned after tire days 5
heavy and three days HgHt mn It te I
hoped that this is the last strcth of tbe th thtrot
wet season Streams are tailing and tbe tbesandy tie I Isends
sandy soil is absorbing the water rapidly
The Russians are reported to be fortify ¬
ing Llao Tang extensively LAshtw de ¬
fenses are being made In front of Anping
a few miles ahead of General Kuroki L
There has been no fighting recently recentlyHEADON reeentiyHEADON
R Rothester che tor X Y Aug SI LA A h hsado hsadocollision adon 5
collision occurred today on teJtocliester the Rochente r raetecn
Bastern aetecn railroad near PitCstortl As A S
far as can bo learned thirtrflvc peonlo peonlowere poop
were injured some badly but none fa
tellr tellrIt tIl tIlIt
It is said that the conductor and mo
tnrman of the westbound car dheobeyc < Jteobc > c < i iorders l lorder
order and attempted t Ia steal a swttcb swttcbvlth I Iwith
with disastrous re reisulta ultF The rottlsion U
happened at a curve while both cars wore woreMing wert n ngfjing
Ming at a high rate of speed Pallmx Pallmxglass Falirtiglass
glass and splinters were reciioustble for to r rIsany
hfany oXjhe wocnds wocndsBISHOP wordaBISHOp >
Successor to Dr Leonard Will be Cite Chosen I Isen ¬
sen in October OctoberSpecial OctoberSpecial
Special U to The Herald HeraldBoston
Boston Mass Aug St 51A A successor of e S I
lite blsftop of Salt Lake who died re ri ¬
cently will be chosen at the e comb mit < ir
Episcopal general convention In this city cit y
ri October Someninety bishops will be bepresont I o o1eeldes
presont besides a tboaeand deikiKates aad aadabaut an anabaut
abaut NOOQ prominent anteeonalhuis T Twchblshop Ta Taarchbishop
archbishop of i Canterbury whir has ha Jaot Jaotedited Jtn it itstlled
edited for Boston will attend the or m I Ii5nUon
vfention and address the nulssJenftrr meet nee ¬
log in Tremont temple Before the con convention cotVOnttrfl ¬
vention opens he WIlL make attfur of the tIm C
United States and visit the principal tic dioceses 4 4tt3 ¬
ceses including Salt Lake LakeASSIGNED Litheaia
aia aiaASStGNED
Berlin Aug 2i 23The The Gorman iirdclass iS
cruiser Bremen has been asslgrod to the tii LC
American station ana will sail oiI fr T Rio do c Ic
Janerio Aug 27 After visiting South Ii
American ports the Brcmwi will join the Ii LC
gunboat gunboatPanther Panther in the West IncUes IntiesEXCURSIONRATES
Via Oregon Short line lineChicago LineSt
St Louis and return 0 0cago
Chicago cago and return 4750 47 o
Qhcago and return via st tois o
St Louis and return via Chicago 4575 43 5
Through Pullman sleeper via the tim e
TJ Pttnd P hnd Wabash lines linestiesdays lileLTrui1
Trui1 limit ten tmays In ceob direr tJ
tI ifl limit elxty ds TTh0 TTh0saWTuesdays
saWTuesdays tiesdays and Fridays Fr1da each wek wee
Tickets good for stopover
Young Y oung Italian SIt bead by byAgent byAgent
Agent of Secret Society SocietySTATION
New i York Aug AU 24 2tSalvatore Salvatore Ba Basoto Bos
soto s oto IS yjears sears old was nanshot shot todeath todeathathls tp death
this a father restaurant rcrtaur nt in Park str strby
by b y carlo llossatl So 3 years old todays todaysbecausfe tOr
becausfe b ecaus liehad be had disclosed to the police policesecret pOIi
secret s of the alleged Black Hand HandThe Iiaiu1A Iiaiu1AThq
The father wa knocked down and andchoked andhoked
choked c intojnsensibllity bytlie slayer slayerWho slaydrtho
Who i then randown 5fl 1jfl the th street folfowoi folfowoiby folOsvcdy
by b y a greatJrnOTS Italians to thq n flr flrer ar arber
ber h er ot ldOOlater 1000 later attacked the th Epzav Ezt Eztoth
beth b oth streeJt atr bt polico station hurled mlgr mlgrslles
slles s 1le atthe police and andprleoner prisoner hurt hurting ¬
ing I ng two twodtectjyes detectives and one policeman
They would iiaye torn the murderer murddbr
limb l fronj ftonIthjb llrrib If it had not been beeftfr or
the arrival ofthe f the reserve police from
two t wo statlon houses who were forced to touse
use u se clubs and andflsts flats and threaten to tooou
r oou
3Curder Wa Planned PlannedAccording Pi nncd
According to the police pollee the murder murderwas
was deliberately deUj rately planned Idnne by an organ
l2ed I zed gang which 1S alleged to have
been b een sent to Toronto for RossaUf who Avhoarried whorrived
arried a here last nIght After lits hIaar ar
riral r he tius iasseenabout en abnut Slulberry lfu1berry Bend
with Ilauns and because of hfsJnl till liii
menspstature attracted attention
Bos Bosrohi oto Is an enQmVbf enemy o tlieseorgan
Ized I zed gangs and his son inherited hh hI
fathers f ather opposition to the lawless ole
ment mentof of their countrymen When nol
studying s music young BoBSoto helped
about it bout the restaurant Several weeks
ago a go he learned that the murderous
gang g ang about Mulberry Bend had planned
to t o rob a number of Italians who were
coming c to New York and had engaged
board b oard over the Bossoto restaurant
Young Bossoto went to the police and
asked a sked protection Tor the men and an
Italian I detective arrested twelve sus
plcious p characters who rh were held until
the men had taken ship for home Out
of o f Jail the men determined on Boss0
tDs t Os death deathBloody deathBloody
Bloody Deed Accomplished
Early today Rossati entered the res
taufant t aurant and when approached by the
elder e Bossoto said he wanted nothing
As Bossoto was about to close the place
he h e asked Rossati to lo Iave ave The latter
became insolent and refused
Young Bossoto who was in th
kitchen k heard his father and the man man
in an argument and came out UjptJtO Up to
this t time the man had made no dent
o onstration of violence but the instant Instante
he h e saw young Bossoto Rodatl took a
pistol p py istol from his pocket levelled it at atthe attheouth the theyouth
youth y outh and fired The bullet struck the
boy b oy between the eyes and he fell dead
Rossati then according to the police
struck s the elder Bossoto with his fist fistnocking
knocking k him down and started to run
but b ut was captured before he had gon gone
two t wo blocks blocksOn
On Sunday the Bossotos found on
their t door the bridge of death a
c cabalstic sign of the Sicilians which hieh Is Issaid
said s aid to be a threat of death The aide
Bossoto Rncon 1 looked 1 J itl J Jthe
upon this as a joke a
the time timeAt timeAt
At the police station Rossati said lit ¬
ts tle t ie beyond declaring he had saciin saciinselfdefense she n nelfdefense
selfdefense selfdefenseRATHBONE s elfdefenseRATHBONESISIERS
S Louisville Ky Aug 24 24The The su supreme ¬
preme p rerne lodge Knight of Pythias whiejt whiejias
has h as been in session since the closing of ofthe
the t ire biennial meeting held here last lastweak lasteek
weak w eek today decided to officially recog ¬
nize s sa ize the Rathbone Sisters a womans womansauxiliary womansuxiliary
auxiliary a organization organizationAmong organizationAmong
Among other matters of Importance Importanceacted importancected
acted a cted upon by the supreme lodge lodgewere lodgewereconstitutional were werea
a constitutional amendment which
leaves l eaves to the several lodgesthe lodges the poxcer poxcerof
of o f suspension for nonpayment of dues
by b y its members and the reduction of
the per capita tax of the grand lodges lodgesto
to t o 5 cents centsTully
Tully Scott of Cripplex Crlppl Creek Colo
was reappoInted for a term of six years
on o n the supreme tribunal the appellate
body b ody of the order orderPRATT
Chautauqua X Y Aug 24 24Geperal General
R H Pratt recently removed aa di director ¬ i
rector r of the Carlisle Indian school be because because ¬
cause of differences with the Indian of ¬
fice fle spoke here on Our Duty to the
Indian IndianThe I
The speaker attributed the failure of ofthe
the Indian to make progress to the thesystem
system of segregation enforced by the
department departm nt of the interior A sys system systern ¬
tem said the speaker inaugurated inauguratedwith
with i prolonged Violence 1olonce and maintained
by the establishment of two govern government guvrnment ¬
ment bureaus one to manage and keep
up the segregation and the other to aid L
it t by impressing the country with the thealleged
alleged necessity for separation by b
elaborate essay and vivid pictorial Illus Illustration thustratlon ¬
tration of the Indian as a a savage savageGeneral
General Pratt especially attacked the
Indian camps at recent ejcposltlrfap on or I Ithe
the ground that the red men are made
to put up UI their original houses in which I
they have not lived for generations
Their expenses are paid by the govern government governrnent ¬
ment he said through its bureaucracy bureaucracyon r ron
on the plea that it is in the interests of ofscience ol olscience
Helena Mont Aug 24 24Secretary Secretary of ofthe oJ r rthe
the Treasury Shaw opened the cam campaign earnTitulga ¬
paign in Montana this evening speak speaking speaking ¬
ing to a large audience at the Audito Auditorium Audftoriumn ¬
rium He spoke for two hours devot devotinghis devotlog ¬
inghis log his attention to a definition of the theIssues th C Cissues
Issues between the two great parties partiesHe partiegHe
He defended the tariff as advocated by bythe b V Vth
the th Republican party saying that the theDemocrats th 5 5Democrtts
Democrats Insisted only upon low lowprices lot t tprices
prices to the consumer while the Re Republicans Republicans ¬
publicans insisted upon a good market marketfor I Ifor
for the pro proucer ucer whether lie produced producedlabor producethubor
labor or manufactured materials H Hsaid Hsaid
said he would welcome an Issue that thatwould thrfwOuld
would deal with candidates rather than thanpolicies thatpolicies j
policies but he did not think the Demo Democrats Democrats ¬ 1
crats would stick to that issue as they theycould the thecould t
could not successfully attack the per personal personahor ¬
sonal sonahor or official integrity o of President t
Roosevelt RooseveltILWAH
Honolulu Aug 2f 24The The Democratic Democraticterritorial D mocratii mocratiiterrItorial
territorial convention today nominated nominatedC
C p Laukea delegate to congress The Theplatform Th a aplatform
platform adopted favors a congression congressional ¬
al a appropriation in behalf of former formerQueen orate r rQueen
Queen LllluokalanI federal assistance assistancefor t tfor
for and scientific treatment of the leper lepersettlement I Isettlement
settlement at Molokai and the enforce enforcement enforcemeat ¬
meat of local labor laws The adminis administration administratlon ¬
tration of Governor Carter Ig alleged to tobe te tebe
be creating a political machine snd sndforcing ant antforcing
forcing all officeholders to become Re Republicans Republicans ¬
publicans The Republican convention conventionwill 1 1will
will be held at fib Sept 1 1TWO 14i
Pittsburg Aug 24 24Two Two strikes af affecting atfeeling ¬
feeling 2000 men were declared today by b bthe
the Amalgamated Amalgamated Association of iron ironthe tree treeSteel
Steel ahd rinYiorkers againt tie plant Sg
the south side afid afidIron
Iron company nearTJRKfcfcSttort atar zcKeesport The Therefusal TIiirefusal
refusal or the companies to abii by b th thassociation Tbassociation
association wage agreement is the causes
Postmaster P General Payne May Mayb
be b Yanktif Up Far Con Contempt Conmpt
tempt mpt of Court CourtChicago
Chicago hicago Aug ug24Postmaster 24 Postmaster Gen GengEalpaxne Grital
gEalpaxne r rae al Paynezriay > unay possible be Jiauled Jiauledacross Jtauledross
across ae ross town here Friday afternoon afternoonxiiUyniHyrHkeone6f afternoonIllynIIlylIke
xiiUyniHyrHkeone6f vm v IllynIIlylIke oneofhis his departments deprtmnCsziml
inall m ziml bagsf bagsfiJustlce o g
iJustlce Hurley Hurle safd sad today thatrlf that If a apwtegwas
s imrin pwtegwas aasinadetQ madeto him that tha thajgmaster th thtmaster
jgmaster p tmaster general had had as reported reportedeated
iteaTfsd tt eated one of the cour eurt subpoenas subpoenaswf
wf uC u ith h scorn and iJefase service from fromConstable
Constable C onstable Simon an attachment would wouldT woulditrsued
T b > 5i3sued itrsued forthe federal f eleral officials arrest arreston arrestthe
on the charge of contempt of court courtTustlcc v vJusticeKuriey
JusticeKuriey Tustlcc Huricy was in earnest I IclSHio 1iid5
clSHio ca iid5 nothing he said untlU the thicase these
case ea eaa se in n ishich Imich Mr Payne ayne is waited as ass a
s witness comes up UI Friday but lt If it itss
ss fs thou shown thatr that he lias Seateti a
tnh et xn1mDnh ujns and a constable of this court courtwith
wfo with w ith disrespect I will 111 order his arrest arrestfor
for fo r contempt contemptTQUth
TQUth quth From Siflt fcake Lr XoscsHis Life
In n Box ox Car Ca
Olathc Ran Auff 24 24TOuI i ute Miklo IS ISearS
yeyrS y earS of age and John Taylor 19 en
lered te red rtbuxcar boxcar loaded with wheat at Ma Mas Masu
Un t u Ih Vie to eastern part of this county at t
ULpolock 1 9olock Jail Jastnlght night and while switching
tfit ti lts car It 1 was derailed turning on its
sffle ai sle off the track burying Mikle trndar
thf i h wfieat from which he aniotbered atzioth redtb redtberkib to todftftth
dftftth d before efore 3il ai i could reach him Taylqf Taylqfwag
wag w as also buried except Ills head and
firally fi rahly extricated himself The boys had hadbt
bt nt their wa from Salt Lake City and andWare
wst Ware w ore en rout rDUtC to Kansas City Taylor Taylorsaj
saj st b3 nieyaro they are from Austria and that Mikle
hafl h art a fatlicr and two brothers brothersin in Lead Leadvilfe
vilfe c Hic Coin CoinDEATH s >
fcoganr AnigrM img2tR = R1 TV T Petty the oldest oldestP3id
P3id tt id oqo of the most promInent citizens of
Riehmorid fl died there at 4 oclock yes yestarday
ta tarday t rt1ai afternoon Catarrh bfthe Mom Momth
afth a th was tb cause of death Fuherat FuherattercIcesriHlll
tercIcesriHlll e be Md at Richmond at 11 11o 11cIoek
o eloilc in Friday
Mr lr Petty came to Utah In 1S50 ahd nine
years 5 ears Iater moved to Cache Cachecounty x anty Hs HsWas
Was w as one of the men Who staked out the thetownsitc
townsitc to wnsite of Richmond In 1S59 And since
thatitlme th t aLlium has resided there He took a aprominent
prominent i part in the development of ofthe
i the th e city and was highly respected by b
Richmond R people He was 63 years of ofage
z age a ge and a native of Nashville Tenn His
li fe was a busy yet exemplary apt honor honorable
a able a ble one Nine children survive him
Wlnona Lake Ind Aiig AU 21 21At At the theBible
I Bible t tS ible conference today Rev Charles CharlesStelzle
Stelzle S trizle of St St Louis in an address called calledattention
attention a to the growth of Socialistic Socialisticideas
t ideas id eas among workingmen thousands of ofvhom
vhom w j hom 1he he said bole on Socialism as a aubstitute
s substitute for the church He predicted predictedthe
t the th thla e next ten years would see greater greaterlabor
labor la bor wars than this country has ever
srten itt en The conflicting armies being union unionlabor unionbor
labor la bor on one Rido and the employers aa aaOn
s ociations On the oth other r He decjarcd the theav
a av versgecitr rage citj mission a fgJIure as a a means meansot
o ot o t reaching the workingman workingmanDBAWBACK
Ott Ottittda twa ont Aug 4 4Tho The Canadian CanadianCcvernment
Ccvernment g has decided to discontinue discontinuefie
fie t tt Ie drawback in customs duty dat to toany any ma mat
terial t used and wrought Into or attached attachedo
to o any article manufactured in Canada CanadaJinfi Canadand
Jinfi nd exported therefrom If such article articleenjoys articlenjoys
enjoys e a bounty This will apply 10 pig pigOh
Iipn it Oh brought in to be manufactured into intosteel intoteel
steel s billets as there Is a bounty in Ij the thelatter theatter
la latter l rift government has also adopted adopteda
a resolution enabling articles of Canadian Canadianraftrufacturcbrouirht canadianmrufacturebrought
n raftrufacturcbrouirht u ttto > to Canada to be berepaired bepaired
repaired re paired and afterwards exported to toacme toeuein
acme e euein in dtity free Hitherto such articles articleshave
have h ove paid duty when coming back for re reSOLD
JWashlnEton Aug 2t 21Colonel Colonel Edwards Edwardschief
chief c of the bureau of Insular affaire has bTasb hasceri
b ceri tn ipfbrmed by at M L Turner of Okla Oklaoma kia
jf oma Cifsv LiiP wtto wtl was th theheueetrlsfdI soccfe5 fui bid bidor bidS
or for 10 tae recent issue of 53fOOCOO IOOCO of ofPhilippine S i
Philippine P bonds that he has transferred transferredthese
these t bonds to Harvey Fisk Sons of ofJfew
Jfew York and requests that the depart department ¬
ment m eat recognize the latter firm as his hisagents
agents a
4 S
Une Worker to Contribute 500 to toStriking toltriking
Striking Butchers ButchersIndianapolis
Indianapolis lad Aug 24 24The Th execu executive execuve ¬
t tive ti ve board of the united rtitcd Mine Workers Workersof WorkeraAmerica
of o America in session here today se sepondeil
to the personal appeal of Presi Presient ¬
ent Etonnell Delinehly of the Amalgamated Mfeat teat teatutters
utters apd Butcher Workmens assocla
li on by voting a contribution of 500 fr 1
e support bf the strikers In the stock stockyards
j yards y ards district SecretaryTreasurer WH
ot of th themine mine Workers said saidWe
We shall not make further contribu contributions coutribuons ¬
tions li ons at present Our only reason for not notmaking
making m aking the donation larger was the fact
at we now have thousands of men wn wnStrike ontr1ke
Strike tr1ke and they must be provided for forNEEDED forEDED
Berlin Aug 24 24The The government will willstend ailitnd I
stend s 800 additional troorts to German Germarocthweat
Soclhwest S Africa on Au Aur 31 Although Althoughthe A1thouctthe
the Heroros suffered a severe defeat 1n 1nthj ii iihn
thj t hn Waterburg fight and were repulsed in intsiHHtnbor It I
tsiHHtnbor rr trr of subsequent engagements with withthe witihe I
the t he loss of many head of cattle the au authorities anhr1tt ¬
thorities t hr1tt s here think that It will be neees neeesr
5 ap r to maintain a military force in necesi the thecolcisy thiolcrly i
colcisy e for two years yearsJUDGES
St s Louis Aug 24 lAuiong Amonjj the appoint appolntmJs
mJs lo ioh on the international jury of ofniission o f
niission on the Internationa 1 jury of ofawards of o owards f
awards a for the agricultural exhibits are areH ar S
t he fohlqwlng Appliances and methodr methodri i
H i i Dlec D Lee Salina Ken vegetable food foodproducts footI
products C H Edwards Bulte Mont ionL B BO Ii IiI I
O c Buffuro Wyoming wines and brandies brandiesH I
H Ijuckman San Francisco fermented fermentedbeverages fermentebeverageS
beverages J I CvWIckson C Wtckson Berkeley C CM CMnteet 4 4Insect
Insect I and plant lant disease Edward Davis DavisEdwardsviHe DavlrEdwardsvilie
EdwardsviHe Cal CalBRITISH
S j
Chicago Aug 24 4on On their way to toattend V VC S
attend tlm conclave of the Knights KnightsTemplar night nightf C
Templar Templ r at San Francisco a arty of ofthe 0 0t f
the napst prominent members of that thatUI t
organization that ever came to titi S
UI qlt dLluik mtu nt wuinv w wcounfrs
counfrs arrived in Chicago today The Thevisitors Th Thvis1tors C
visitors Rt Hon Earl of Euston Me Meand Mea
and Supreme Grand Master Charles Charlesl a
l tzgerald Matter Thomas trazier the theRev tim timRev C
Rev C E 1 L Wright T D Thomas ThomasA
A P F Thomas and Abraham Wopdl Wopdlwlss Wopdlwigs
wigs all special envoys to the Con Conclave Conclate ¬
clave from Great Britain BritainThe
The party will spend severaldays severaldayssight evera1 day dayti 5
sight seeing leaving intime to attend attendthe attdn attdnthe ti
the opening ceremonies at San Fran Francisco FraneidcU ¬
Xew York Aug Augr2L Aug2Chairmnn r2L Chairman Taggart I
today received a telegram from 14 C CIt i
Weuhore of St Louts saying that WilDer WilDerr It
J Bryan would speak at Buttes turner Ltinrnror turnerNeada r
Neada and Springtieid Mo the last du duOf
or Of Lugusl and the first days of Septem Septenbet I IGOVERNMENT
Buenos Ayres yrea Aug 24 24The The pan + f fIc
9 Ic af Asuncion is indescribable IndescribableForelgeera t tf
f Foreigners in all parts of Para Painguay + i
guay are leaving under protection
4 of the diplomatic corps corpsPrepatio < 4
Preparations for hostilities and andngoiatlOps f ff
f negotiations looking to the settle settlernent 4 4ment
+ ment of the questions at issue be 1 1tween t
tween the revolutionists and the 4 4f 4
f government are proceeding simul slrnuhtaneously 4 4
taneouEly 4
TRe belief beul f is growing that the thegovernment 4 4
government must yield The ru 4
morn that a land engagement has hasbeen 41 9
been fought between the revolu revolutlonlsts 4
tlonists and government troops 4
resulting lit the defeat of the lat latyet lattcr 4
tcr td the captiirof 40Q men as
uiiiltineed 1114 ispatch s yes 4
terday have yet been con eonfirmed 4 1
firmed 4 l
Effort E ffort 1o o be Made io Settle SettlePackers SettlePackers
Packers Strike StrikeMAYOR StrikeC StrikeAYOR
i p
5 HA1OIQND CO COChicago q qS
9 9ChloagTo
Chicago Aagr 8li 214lhe ffhe city authorities authoritiesard authoritiesre
ard a re ta make a secesdtfffort to settle the thestock thetock
stock s yardfe strike At t a meeting of the thedty thety
dty ci ty CQunsil toptght aresolution was waspassed wasssoed
passed la ssoed empowecing MHyor Harrison to toappoint toppoint
appoint a a c committee nimIttee of eleven aldermen aldermeni
i who w wa ho ar amn make it their fhel business to bring
I abew a bont a settlemciiC settlemciiCThere sotUenuriiThere
There was same opposition fo o the reso resolutlen resortles
lutlen li rtles n a nanrfe jutnibor r of aldfermeh declaring declaringtliat declaringhat
tno i hat t ia their oplnlqn the result would bo bonoUting bething
t noUting no thing Tire resolution hpwoViSr was wasPSsieti wased
J P PSsieti ed and tb tbe committee tfppdinted by bytb byhe
t tb he mayor mayorInvitations
Invitations wore kt t onco sent to the theadrs
I leaders le adrs of the strikers and to representa representatives r ° presentaves ¬
t tives ti ves of the employers Inviting them I to tomeat toset
t meat In set the members ef tho committee to toorrow
j i morrow m orrow morning
President Donnelly of the Butchers Butchersunion Butchersnion
union u will be before the committee at t W Wa tonr
a m and jn the Invitation sent 1to to Inc Incckers
I packers pa ckers they will ntipearan aearan hour later
C The aldermanic dommitteeIntends Odmmitt eintcnds to tos toee
s ee what it can do after it has htt listened listenedto
to t o th the statements of both sides sidesPackers hidesPackers
Packers Get Injunction InjunctionJudge ThjunetlonJudge
Judge Theodoror Brontnno today issued issuedn
anjnjunction a ac n Injunction restraining tne dtyof cliv of ChN ChNJn Chi Chiag3
c < ag3 front Interfering with the lodging of ofonunIon
i S onunIon empoys Jn the packing houses
a t the stock yard yards The city nnnoutlccd
t that an appeal would be taken to the ap ¬
pellate p court canrtThe courtThe
The injunction was issued In a test case easerought
I brought b by tlio13 thio H Hammond com company coalant ¬
j pany p ant Seven additional petitions wore at atonce atnce
once o < nce filed following the decision of the thecourt theourt
court c < for an extension of the temporary
i injunction to all the packing companies companiesthe companidsn
I n the stock yards with Inc exception of
the t he Otnfeha Packing company In the theammond
Hammond H ammond case thecourt the court lound that the theuilding
building b In controversy is not notwithin vithin the
fire f limits and cannot therefore be beregulated
regulated re bv the flro Ire or building ordl ordlnances ordlances
i nances it of the city
itd ith jHflg Brentano asked that the ad
aiUanal d petitions be left with him so that thate
he h e could look them ofcr ofcrBeceived otcrReceived
Received No Reply BeplyPresident ReplyPresjdent
President Qonnclly returned from rem In
diHimpolis d today after harin having made an anappeal aneal
appeal a eal to the miners nauonal organiza organizaon ¬
tion U on for financial assistance In conduct conductng
ing i ng the stock yards strike Donnelly Donnellyad
had h ad received no definite reply from from the theminers
J miners m iners when he left leftWhen leftWhen
When asked what he thought of a set settlement setement ¬
tlement ti ement through the proposed action of ofthe ofhe
J the t he city eopncll President Donnelly said saidhe saide
he h e dW not place much hope in it
Thomas Stoker business agent of the thePork theork
Pork P ork C naririens union announced today todaythat
that t six nonunion Greeks from the theArmour thermour
Armour A rmour plant had bmhinitlafed been initiated into the theunion thenion
union u after which they ijetumed to the thestock thetock
stock s yards enolosur proinlslag to lead leadout leadut
out O ut 1500 other nonunion GreeksFifty Greeks tireeksFifty
Fifty colored womenstriKCbrcaKers loft loftthe lefthe
the t stock yards today proclaiming that thatthey thatey
t they th ey had deserted the packers 1 the he pack packers packra ¬
t ers ra asserted that thatthey they were discharged dischargedRAISIN
Output O < to be Controlled and Prices PricesRegulated PricesRegulated
Regulated RegulatedNew
New ew York Aug 24 Ult It was learned in inthe inhe
the t he wholesale wbol eele grocery market today that thita thatcombination
ai a combination of all the leading raisin raisinscedins raisincedlng
scedins i at concerns on the Pacific coast had hadLean hadeen
Lean t een formed to control the output and andregulate andegulate
r rt regulate prices and that aS a preliminary preliminaryto
to t o the new trust had bought from the thsritfein theejoin
ritfein r growers as as5Odation oofatfon the entire entirecarry
carry over of last years crop amounting
to t o 1209 carload
The combination Is to be knoxvn as the tbeConsolidated theonsolidated
Consolidated C Raisin company and has hascapital e eapital
capital c stock of 51005000 Somf of the thefirms theirms
firms t irms which have gone Into the com cornination ¬
bination b ar are the GrTffen Skeliy com comt cornany
t any ny the J K Ormsby company the
Phoenix P Raisin Seeding Packing co copaay corn
paay p any Guggenheimer Co Rosenberg
Co C O tO Fresno Home Pacfclngg company
Madison M Mc Mv Bonnet the Pavlln Packing PackingcompRity
compRity c the J L B Inderrelden company companyend companyud
end v ud tto tire Castle Soothers company
The directors arc H Gavtenlaub Gvtenhaubant VVil VVilliam
hie liam hi ant Griffen Warren Gre GregozyA oryA D Ro Roaoberg Hotsibeng
e aoberg and D X L Geggenheimer GeggenheimerTBA3TSFEB
San Francisco Aug 24 4The The United UnitedStates
States S treasury treasut department has author authorized ¬
ized to ed the transfer of the Chinese crew crewbrought crewrought
brought b from the Orienton the steamer steamerSiberia steameriberia
Siberia S to the Manchuria provided providedthe
the t he men are taken before the shipping shippingcommissioner shippingommissioner
commissioner c and signed as seamen seamenThe seamenhe
The T he Manchuria will soil next Tuesday TuesdayOREGON TuezdayOREGON
Was Moating in inDeep vDeep Water on a aPlank aPlank
Plank PlankAlben
Alben AIbenJ Ore Augv31 AngffiMiss Miss Ora B BSitnpspR 3impson
SitnpspR S a prominent young society lady ladyWHS ladywas i I
was itowned rowned in Calopooia river two twomiles twomites
miles above Albany this afternoon while whilebathing wnllebathing
bathing in company with several other otheryoung otherWomen
young women Miss Simpson was float floatrag floatug
rag l ug on a boardorerv board urerc t deep place in the thestream thestream
ls stream when she slipped from the board boardand boardad
and s ad Being a poor switrfmer sank before beforetbe beforehe
tbe t he ey eyes s ef her horrified companions A Ayoung Ayoung
young man on or a bridge a hundr hundrd > d yards yardsaway yardsaway
away who wh witnessed the accident has hastened hastenei ¬
tened to the girls rescue but before he hecould heould
could c reach her she sank The body was wasfound wasfound
found an hour later laterThe interThe
The young lady was as 20 years erd and a ar agraduate
graduate dilate of Albany college Her father is isF isSimpson
r F Simpson a prominent resident of ofthis ofthis
this cRy
Sydney O Aug 34 24The The German GennanAnreni GennanAnrenia Amerl
ca t a bank th thG oldest financial institution institutionia
ia i Sydney was tpday placed In the hands handsof handso
of o 4 receiver litabilities 230W assets assetstbtfi i
WrtQW Later P B Rest cashior 151 151l4Hi U UJOlm
JOlm AL Vyagner president made tade ln lnWviclual indtittuai
Wviclual assignments Peter Wagner Wgnerfather Wagnerfather
father of John H Wagner and a large largestockholder largestockhoidet
stockholder also as aajgned aajgnedIitONEY sned snedMONEY
New York Aug 2 2tThe < Tlie annual move movemeat j jment
meat of currency to the west or crop crop3Ubtreasur cropmevliiq
mevliiq purposes began todOy when the thesubftesury
3Ubtreasur > shipped by telegraphic trans transfer transfor
for to Chicago the sumof sum of ISwUfift It Is Isn isnot
n not < t unlikely that Hrect shipments ag aggregating eggregatiug ¬
gregating half that amount were made by
local bankIng Institutions InatithttonsCANAL > r rCAJTAi
< Washington A Attn 5 24 24Under Under cable In Instructions iniltruetlons ¬
structions from Panama Secretary Mum Murr MumS
r Itn nv of the Panama caiial commission to ¬ S
day appointed Patrick Galvan chief as asaisian asatsar
aisian in the construction of th the canal canalHo canalH
Ho H is a member of o the ienzincers efl2incers corps corpsof corpior
of tbe Illinois Central railroad stationed stationedat
at New Orleans OrleansATTANTIC OrleansATLANTIC
Newport R lW Augr 2i 1Tho Tho schooner schooneryscht schooneryreht
yscht AtlantIc owned by Wilson larshali Marshailof larshalif
of f New York wont tHe ocean race of 2S4 2S4miles 2 I
miles for or the Brentoris reef cup tody todyThe toektyrime S IS
The Atlantic coVerM the course from fromBrentoiis frontBrentons
Brentoiis reef lirhtshlo to Sandy Hook HookitKhifrfiip 14ou1rIthuaSp
itKhifrfiip anJ an J return in ii > hours 29 minutes minutesand I Iahd
and 1 seconds seconds1kI
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Remarkable values valuesthey tliey have to be very much out of the or ordinary ordin2ry ¬
dinary to make August records as this sale has beer making them themWomen themWomeit
Women here are not given to buying dress goods very ver fre freoly dy in Au August Augusf ¬
gust unless the saving are noteworthy Any other reason then for forthe forthe
the outgoing of the large number of yard we have old since Mon Monday Mendily ¬
day morning All the reason is in the pricing pricing42incn pricingAfl
Afl 50 CENTS CENTS42iiich
42incn allwool cheviots sponged and shrunk allwool crepe alba albatrpsr albatrost
trpsr 38 inches wide wi full range of new fall tints Allwool tweeds tweedscostume tweedscortuine
costume cheviots Scotch tweeds granite cloth zibelinos and many manyother manyother
other pure wool fabrics not a yard worth less than 75c 75c3OO 5e
We look upon this a as one of the greatest economies the Cohns CohnsDress CohnsDross
Dress Goods Store ever offered Included are such fabrics as Scotch Scotchtweed Scotchtweed
tweed cheviots serges sergesgranit granite cloth crepe cheviots and other de desirable desirable ¬
sirable weaves Bought in the regular way these full skirt lengths lengthswould lengthswould
would cost 50 per cent more thin the above sale price priceURBAV priceWUISD4VFfflh1Y
Fall Suits fancy mixtures suitable for misses School Suite SuiteDark SuitsDatI
Dark and serviceable as well as stylish There arc suits in the lot lotworth lotworth
worth up to sioo siooViiURSffD4VFRilh11VarnIS1T 1050 1050All
ViiURSffD4VFRilh11VarnIS1T ViiURSffD4VFRilh11VarnIS1TURDA
All Al Suits of Tancy mixtures broadcloths cheviots and Vene Veneticns
4 ticns All colors all sizes ail styles One of Jjie best suit offers offersof oilersof
of the season Suits in the lot worth up to 20
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashIngton
Washington Ausr 31 24In In the annual annualreport annuIeport
report r of the commissioner of penstotfc penstotfcmade p0001015ade
made m ade public today Utah is credited creditedwith creditedith
with w ith 926 pensionem drawing 1S11I4 per perannum pernnum
annum a Idaho 1949 drawing 557W7 557W7Wyoming 5QO7 5QO7Wyoming
Wyoming 8S6 drawing 118130 118130QTJIET 11L10QUIET
Esop Esopus s X Y Auc 54Ne No visitors visitorsanie visitorsame
c < anie to Rosemount during tbte forenoon forenoontoday forcnocnoday
today t Judge Parker worked on ni his let letter leten ¬
ter t en of o acceptance of the nofnlnatton nofnlnattonvbich solninatknliieh
vbich t will be made public probably about aboutLucky aboutept
S ept It or 1S 1SLucky
Lucky riy Speck SpeckLouisville SpeckLouiirVilIe
< Louisville CourierJournal CourierJournalA
A fly Is responsible f fdr r on one of my mytrips myrips
trips t said A D Martin of Cincinnati Cincinnatiduring Ciscinnatiduring
during a conversation Instjnlght in the thelobbyof theobby
lobbyof l obby of the Gait House He is a atraveling araveling
traveling t man and with other travel traveling1 traysing ¬
ing1 I ng menu was exchanging queer experi experiences exerl exerlenices ¬
ences and when It came Mr Martins Martinstime Martinstime
time hie l made the singular statement statementthat ttttoxneiithat
that t a fly had caused him good for fortune fortune ¬
tune at one time timeThe
The old man for whom I worked workedsome rorked rorkedsome
some years ago had a unique way of ofmaking ofmaking
making out towns to which his drum drummers drummets ¬
mers were sent He wcfuld take a map mapand mapand
and select the towns which he thought thoughtwere thoughtwere
were good solely by the size of the thedot th thdot
dot which represented the town If Ifthe Ifthe
the dot was large he Imagined that thatthe thathe
the t he town was large but if he could not notsee
see the dot without a microscope he hehad
had an idea it was not worth looking lookingat lookingat
at Well one day 1 was given out outmy outmy
my asslgnmpnts and was told to go to toa toa
a small town In Kentucky Kentuci of which whichI
I had never heard I could not imag ¬
ine why I was sent there as I knew knewit knewIt
it wo0 not on a railroad and was wasrather wasrather
rather uncertain how it was to be bereached bereached
reached reachedI
I landed finally and found a town townthat towrrthat
that vas a rather healthy looking lookingplace Ioqdngplace
place which seemed bad for my Busi Business usI usIness ¬
ness as you know I sell coffins bat I Ilooked Ilooked
looked up the undertaker and much mnchto muchto
to my xn surprise I sold a big bill of ofgoods ofgoods
goods The town was w right in the themiddle themiddle
middle of the feud district and Just Justthe justthe
the day before I reaehed there the thefeudists thefeudists
feudists had had a battle and several severalhad aevermtlhad
had been killed The fighting had Ween Weenpretty Ieenpretty
pretty general for some days and as asthe asthi
the thi undertaker was a friend of both bothfactions bothfactions
factions ho did all the business and andhad A Ahad
had run out of coffins by the time tlmeI tlmeIarrived I Iarrived
arrived I sold him a nice bill and andfor andfor
for a a year after that I went aeatthree th rev revthree
three times and sold a bill each ttn ttnWhen thue thueWhen
When I went back into tire head headofllce1 headouilce
ofllce1 ouilce I fduhd out why I had been sent sentto sentto
to that town A fly had alighted on onthe onthe
the mapat map at that particular point and andhad I
had left a large speck which the old oldman oldman
man had Interpreted as being tb tbprinted flie flieprinted
printed mark of t t1 e towns location locationc
c = ta taReflections > p pBeflections
Reflections of a Bachelor BachelorCNew BachelortNcw
CNew York Press PressA
A woman hates to get caught out in a arainstorm arainstorm
rainstorm with garters that bt run runA
A woman has an idea that sowtbowtbe H
babywlH baby will make a better manof man of Its ts father fathertemperament fatherA
A mother says her son ieaL the artistIc artistIctemneeranient
temperament when he cant earn his own ownlivimr ownliving
living livimrIt
It makes a woman very indignant wth wtha w4thS
a man when she crowds up too close to S
him In a street car ar arA
A woman is always tryjng to get her S
husband to play tips on the stork nrkeiwhich market marketwhich
which she he sot from the piano tuner tunerStill
7 7still
Still Belligerent Belligerentv BelligerentPhiladobbla
v Philadelphia Public Lcdcer LcdcerNoll LedgcriNellShti
Noll NellShti Sh6 says shes ready to moke wp u uf
if f you are areBelleTell
BellesTell her I suppose Ill ru be ready to tornako t tmako
rnako up tOO when my comptoxlon gets getsas gobas
as bad as asS hers is
I Always Something en Foot 3ootCleveland FootClovelana
Cleveland Plain Dealer DealerChicago
Chicago girls have to standlcr a sQod sQoddeal goecdeal I
deal from the Joke writers writersYes writersYes
Yes but they have the oroaOogt Mud Mudof I Iof
of feet ta stand on onf tin4ot
4ot + + + + + + t + + + + 4 + i
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+ f Barney Breaks Record Again f fV I
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V 4 Omaha Neb Aug Auz 21 24Barney J3ar y Old 4 t
4 9 field t teday < iay cUpp cllpiitnd d fourfffths of f a f
V second fro from n his Veetaroays reearfl f r 4 b
fl13 113 35 i for a mil mile on a hqlfmrfa hqlfmrfaA e
A 4 track Orttf v i < ep i i14race p
4 The new time Isitit 4 ii t 1
5 made In cOrri1Jtitithi3ilt a 1 1
14race I race on the track bf thb Oma Omai
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Monday Spt5 5th 5thT
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restore manhood manhoodNenous
Nenous Debility from any cause is iscured iscured
cured by this old rcliaelc medicine medkineMakes medicineMakes
Makes ths weak and nervous strong
the despondent hopeful and happy
Checks drains and soothes the nerves nervesLOO ncrvultO
LOO per box 6 with guarantee to tocare tocare
care or retrial money SM Book BookF bookFree
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Cor Second South ScothatidVrat and Vreat TemPts TernemSore TemPtsSure
Sore Cuts for Pile PileItching PileItching
Itching Piles produce moisture ami amicave and andcause
cave itching This form as well aa aaBlind asBlind
Blind Bleeding or Protrudtajr Piles are arecured arecured
cured by Dr Boeaalw PIle Remedy RemedySt6i RemedYSteps
St6i Steps e itching and bleeding Absorbs tu tuca tomoms
moms c a jar at druggists Or sent hi himail
mail Treatise free Write me shout your yourcase
ca case Dr Bosanko PnHadelphia Pa PaNeWeHJudeonDra PaNeidiaJudsenDrug
NeWeHJudeonDra NeidiaJudsenDrug Co diatnouxors diatnouxorsCarters dIetriDintOrSp
p 3enuiile 3enuiileCarters
Carters Little Liver Pills PillsMust PillsMust
Must Bear Signature of ofSEE
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Yery T ry small and as etoy etoyf ces cestotaireassasr
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Of Interest to Sick People PeopleWe Peoplewe
We have all the sympathy IB tba tbaworld tteworld
world for sick 1ck people ana want So treat treatthem treatthem
them In a serious way There la t no it hu humor homor ¬
mor In pain or afflicted but hart fcardearnest harttannest
earnest fact It ia impossible f tao thflpatient taopatient
patient to Impress onf or others the extent extentof
of suffering they endure and their ass
iely for relief To get well or be relieved
Is their one thought Any xoraedy that thatwill thatwill
will bring this about Jhma ts rhgr ovaries ovariesting
ting gratitude We have t titnusneds inusaiMls o oletters of
letters from people who Isle had BaiFdys BaiFdyspepslasick dys dyspepsiL
pepslasick pepsiL sick headache ana btllaus at attacks attacks
tacks who tell n how T Tproved dsatku they theywere
were for having used fli Gurins inn innproved
proved LAver Pills Thjyqtre Thoy are sia r at aU aUdcug alldrug
drug stores for 25c per BOX O oii r ore orefor a ar
for r a dose The5 Tb > pills remove tfe sure causahealthy surehealthi
healthy iookins iook1fl NeldenJucson Drug Co

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