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EjaUunqnt givea out OUj today at atthe atthe1iur thelturu the theburt
lturu burt ati 5 jns JnstJ Jnti1j < 1af affairs ah t t1te t1t Phlffp Phlffppine pbftfpine PhftfLpine
pine import trade advanced nearly nearly520000W Rex1yoooooe Iy IyOOOoot
520000W OOOoot In value during the nine ninemonths niMmontha Uin Uinmonthg
months ended March Mr h last and a slight slightCalling slightfaUlng OUghttafltng
Calling off fe 1shswn shown in the exports a a aresult a1esult areault
result of decreased shipments in copra copraand copraand copraand
and sugar although hemp and tobacco tobaccoare tobeCCOare tobecoare I
are exported In larger amounts Thanfor than thanfor thanfor
for the corresponding threefourths of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Blev1 previous U6 year yearJSxcJudmg yarExc1udm yeaExcludlug
JSxcJudmg gold and slIver Wer and United UnitedStates UnitedStates Unitedtats
States tats government purchases the theotietams theo theouAtOms
otietams o etems house returns give g e the total totalvalue totalvalue l lvsJue
value of merchandise imported imp rted for the thenine thenine thenine
nine months ended March 1904 at at917tM 25 25979M L L7e4
979M 7e4 and zd the exports at 26189 222561 9 a
7 per cent increase in l imports and 2 2per 2per 2pe
per pe cant decrease eC d eee e in exports The rice ricegrowing ricegrowing ricegrowing
growing sectloea of the British and andFrench andFrench andFrenci
French East st Indies have enjoyed moat moatof tof montof
of the increase in trade the latter ter territory terrUory territory ¬
ritory sending ftd threefourths o of the the510fl the1oMOI
510fl 10000 1oMOI 0t worth of rios received receivedBice receivedlUce receivedaice
Bice Countries Gain j jExcept IEx jExcept
Except Ex pt for or those countries from fromwhich fromwblch fromwheb
which rice IB obtained the statement statementsays statementsays statementys
says ys that for the first time since sinceAmerican sinceAtIWiJcan sinceAnev3oan
American occupation the United States Stateslead Stateslead Stateslead
lead in ffttbe tb the amount of merchandise sent sentto sentto sentto
to the islands and that the outgoing outgoingtrade outgoingtrade outgoingfrae
trade with the principal countries countriesshows countriesshows countriesshows
shows a decline In the value of ship shipments shIPmentS shlpmenth ¬
ments to the United States more than than700OQ thanZ7OOlY
700006 of the loss being credited to tosugar tosugar toSugar
sugar exports and 890000 000 to hemp hempMore hempMore hemphiore
More than one half of the imports importsconsisted imp importsconsisted rts rtsconsisted
consisted of food and animals while whilethe whOethe Whilethe
the exports were chiefly agricultural agriculturalproducts agrlcultunUproduots agricu1tUrfl1products
products hemp exports amounting to toIL000000
18000000 In round numbers Tfcte Tfctefigures Ttcfigures T1 T1igures
figures on the carrying trade show an anincrease anincrease anincrease
increase in volume of business done doneunder doneI donenhder
I under the American flag the amount amountcarried amounti amountcarried
i carried to the Islands being 1535027 1535027while 1S6Otwhlle2Ii86 l53502while
while whlle2Ii86 22I7S05 2178O of the exports left the theislands theis1ands theI
I islands under the American flag flagBritish flagBritish flagBritish
British vessels took 18172819The 18172819 18172819The 1S172S19The
The sewar trade declined from 2479 49 49oil
011 to 18S7 1S1ti4 74 the entire en output beIng beinffsent beIngnt beingsent
sent nt to Japan Hong Hon Rjpng and China Chinano Chinano
no portion porUonbeing being exported to the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States StatesAmerJcans I IAmericans tAmeJcans
Americans made up more there than one onehalf onehalt onehalf
half the tptal arrivals the larger por portion portion portion ¬
tion being classed as professional men menRUSSIANS menRUSSIANS mene menRUSSIANS
e
RUSSIANS ONCE ONCEAGAIN ONCEAGAI
AGAIN AGAI N REII RETIREc RETIRE RETIREfContiaaed RE REJ j
J I IContiaed
c fContiaaed from Page 1 1bean 1 1QU 1 1h
QU h bean be8Rcomparatlvely comparatively light On Aug Augthe AuShe Aug2the
2the the he tert tt wi e LlaoU 1aou mountain was fired firedon firedon firedon
on from six tx Japanese l iIaOtl nose torpedo 1 1ItOts oata but butthe butthe butthe
the reentt of this t s action is not known knownTlie knownThe knownThe
The Hosfltaa marinaa h v V left th thshi the thehlPf theehipn
hlPf shi ta tINt harbor and are working at atthe atthe atthe
the laad battorlee Shells fram the t Jap Japr9e J8parfW Japareee
r9e Ore th e continue to fall ral1ln In Port Arthur Arthurend Arthur2nd Arthurand
end til UM dockyards and the th warships have havescatter haetterM havescattered
scatter scattered tterM abeut the harbor In attempts attemptsto ttemptsor
to protect themselves from the enemys enemysprojeeines enemysA onemyaprojeoulen
projeeines projeeinesA or = rei
A Chinese who was employed em oYed on the thedocks thedocks thedocks
docks jat t Port Arthur says that the bat bwttkeijJpe bRttktbillS battksidpe
tkeijJpe Retvlzan R Poltava a hi d Sevastopol Sevastopola Ot Ota
a badly nuAl damaged 1 T > e first n t m mentlO mentioned mentionedship atioii 6d 6dhlp l lhii
ship hii > r refitS B 8 low In the water by the stem stemTh sternThe steritThe
Th The battleship Pebieda is hi fighting con condition condidon condtion ¬
dition There are also four ganboats and andseveral AAClIeeral andseveral
several torpedo tocne o boat destroyers in the theHarboe theharboc theharbo
Harboe The r rut eeeRt mt rep rprt rt that eight lktstrOJers de destroyers 4 4stroysra ¬
stroyers Bsaaped 1 from Pott Asdtar rtflUr can canThe 041no cflflop
no flop t be eoatInaed eoatInaedTIle coLtrntedThe
The Ja Japanese inoae are constructing forts at atLootaa atLo atLoulaa
Lootaa Lo Bay fa northwest of Pert Arthur ArthurUTTIIB ArthurSTORIES ArthurLITTE
UTTIIB STOBIES OF WAE WAELondOB WAELaatlOft WABLondon
London An Aug 48 tSTIMJ The Shanghai cosr cosrrespoadcnt eo eorespolllit nor norrespondent
respoadcnt of the Times smyr sa that the thedisarming th thdlanRlag thedIearisiu
disarming of the Russian Rl 8tan cruiser As Askold AskokI Ashold ¬
hold and tocnedo boat deetr destroy y < Gra Grazevol Grzevol Grenovel
zevol wfll begla is gSn tod today MondaySt Monday MondaySt loedaySt
St St Petersburg Aug 2 2The The Novoe NovoeVremya NovoeVreJR NovoeVreIRL
Vremya VreJR voices the general mystifica mystification D snst1flCatioLI st1ft < a atlOl1 ¬
tion of the milRary critics as to t wheth whether whetherLinoTeng ¬
i er erLhl erLinoTeng Liao Yang or lPort Port ArthurSfe Arthu the cen center center conter ¬
ter of military activity and contends contendsthat oontendstbat contendsthat
that the Japanese have not yet given giventh giventhe giventhe
th the least indication as to < where the themain themain themain
main attack will Ill he directed directedLondon dtreetecILondon directedLondon
London 4ng n ag J t rThe T3te e Tokto corre correspondent correspondent correspondent ¬
spondent of the Standard says saysUnofficial SysUnotBctat seysUnoflIcIat
Unofficial reports state that since sinceDie sIIIce11M sincethe
Die expo iou of their magazine at the thefoot thefoot thefoot
foot of Llaoti hill th the Russians appear appearto
to be destitute eaUtuteot of amok 8ftIokeJ nmoksien1 leBS powder powderLlao powderLlao powderI1o
Llao Tang Yan Aug 28 IThe The Russian Russianforces Ru8Slauforee Rueslanforces
forces hav have been aigapeolnted by byaa byaaother an another anothcr ¬
other unexpected withdrawal wlthd wa1 The Thewhole Thewhol Thewhole
whole eastern division lon and the troops troopson
on 0 the t he Ansnansban nshtL position have been beenordered beeRonlfred beenordered
ordered to fall back to positions nearer nearerLiao nearerLlao nearerLine
Line Yang just as the soldiers were wereexpecting wereexpecting wereezpectiug
expecting another advance The Jap Japanese Japare Japaflrse ¬
anese are not following the t1 Russians RussiansLondon Ru RuIansLondon 8lans 8lansLondon
I IJTfspont
London Aug 2 2 The Chronicles Chroniclescorrespondent Chroniclesicoirespomeiit
correspondent with General Kuroki Kurokicabling Kuroki Kurokic Rurokicabling
cabling c blin < uhder date of Aug SO O via Fu Fusan FuAn Firsen
san Aug 25 says saysThe s sanThe ya yaThe
The faU of Port Arthur Is I imminent imminentThe Immlnept ImmlneptTh LmmInetThe
The Th Japp Jappe ewe are areno arenoW now withln witaiintbfe the tk main maindeenees maindeft maindeennes
deft eA and their guns command the thetown theten thetown
town townand ten Dsperat ftkhtlng occurs night nightaDd nightand
and day and th the losses ge on both sides sidesare sidesaft sidesare
are enormous enormousThe enonnOWoThe enorrno enorrnoThe
The Russian are making lurteug lurteugcounter turl furleuscbunter u9 u9Inter
counter Inter < attacks but the Japanese are areclosing areclo areclosing
closing clo ng in to the positions O they have hayeWOn havewon j jwon
won at suck sue a heavy cost costLondon CCJ8tLondon costLondon
London A Asg 2iWThe The correspondent correspondentat
at Ties Thin of Vh the Standard cabling cablingSaturday eabijnffoSat cabIn cabInSaturiay
Saturday Sat 1Iy afternoon a n says U 4 4Conflrna JConftrm AConflrmtIWY
Conflrna ConflrmtIWY tGrY t ry deiate detais Just arrived arrivedrepresent arrivedreltent arrivedrepresent
represent reltent the Japmnese J fBeH DeSe as having havingrea havingreaohit
reaohit rea < 4njd a point with wlth2IO L2M 2Sfl yards from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the new n 1t town at Sort Ort Arthur on the thewest th that tbewest
west at akJo aid Mkt a and l as being < within ithln a mile of oftbe ofUt of1h
tbe 1h east dock basin on the east side sideStrong BIdereanAtceuents sideStroeg
Strong f reanAtceuents nrcements it is said are areharrying a ah arehurrtng
harrying h up u from fr D1 Dalny and PHeewo PHeewoleaving PlteewoJeaTJns PttsewoIeayi
leaving Ieayi reserves at both places placesGenuine placesenuitte placesQenuirie
Genuine GenuineCarters QenuirieC enuitteC
Carters C rters rt rsLlttie Little Liver Pills PillsMust PIllsMust PIllsMust
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ORGAN ORGANIS IS SiLENT SiLENTAlarm l NT NTAlarm
Alarm of Republicans is Rap Rapidly Rapidly Rapidly ¬
idly Increasing IncreasingMUCH Ipcreasingi IncreasingMUCH
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MUCH MU H COMMENT IS CAUSED CAUSEDNO CAUS CAUSED D DJ
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NO o SIGN SIGN OF O COMPSOHISB O RO IIrrn IN INSUeym nr Thani4
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SUeym SiIe as to ttheR tthe the Republican state statetijaketjde stato1ikethde t1 t1t1lOket
tijaketjde t1lOket de 1IIte e ditorial ltoI l page pitgo qfth qfthprty qf 1h 1htigan 1
prty tigan san worfly or of Rote roteteii aln In Int ytfc ytfcteriiat
teriiat t teii 111 At the headof head head of the editorIal eflttorialP editorIalpage editorialpage
P page Ife appeared in black type the nation national ¬ i
al ticket ticket but noVord n no wqrd w rd of endorsement endorsementor endo ement ementor
or condemnation of ofthe the state ticket WItS wnson WItSon ww wwon
on the page ge T1J4JordsWay The TletQrds Lgrds Way Wi VIh WIhMen VIhMen h hMen
Men THe Subway Sub Tavern The TheTransrMissisetppl TheTrans TheTransMfsslasijpp
TransrMissisetppl Trans t sslaaljJp1C Gbpgrees J1g1ees Why the theWest theVest theWest
West Fights Shy 7Tra Trade e Business Businessand BusinesSand BusinesSaird
and Finance wera wflr werOhandlcd handled in the thesprightly thosprightly tilesprightly
sprightly style thzfcj tIu Iw hn s made that page pagefamous pagefamous pagefamous
famous but aside asld from a prasraphlc prasraphlcshot rnnraphfcshot
shot or two at Cutter there was not a aline aline aline
line to indicate what the paper would woulddo woulddo woulddo
do with ith reference to the state ticket ticketThe ticketTlae ticketThe
The anxiety of the candidates pros prospective prospective prospective ¬
pective candidates c and the friends of ofboth ofboth ofboth
both classes es was greatly increased in inconsequence Incom inconsequence
consequence com equence Those who hope to be becandidates beeandtdate becandidates
candidates In Salt Lake county were wereespecially weree5peclally wereespecially
especially distressed They are not nothopinp Rothoping nothoping
hoping for a bo bolt t A bolt would be bad badbusiness badbusiness badbusiness
business for them Many ran 0f fit f them have havebecome l1avebecome havebeconie
become identified with the Cutler forces forcesand forcesand forcesand
and realize what the loss of the Reams Kearnsstrength Reamsstrength Reamsstrength
strength would mean In this county A ADemocratic ADemocmtJc ADemocratic
Democratic majority of about 3000 was wasrolled wasrolled wasrolled
rolled up in the city last ast fall and the theRepublicans theRepqbUcans theRepublicans
Republicans of Salt Lake county count re realize re reaUze realize ¬
alize they cant afford to o lose a single singlevote singleote singlevote
vote voteThe voteThe ote oteThe
The belief that the Tribune Is holding holdingoff
off for the purpose of fprclng a a conces concession oonCe5slon concesskIn ¬
skIn from Smoot grows The belief that thatSmoot thatSmoot thatSmoot
Smoot will never yield has not dlnn dlnUnished dlnnlshed dlnnisIted
ished Smoot has shown that fce ie does doesnot doesnot doesnot
not believe in compromise Finish Finishflghts Finishfights Finishfighth
fights with no quarter appear to be his hisidea hisIdea hisIdea
idea His friends assert with vigor isor that thathe thathe thathe
he will not consent to any ny proposition propositionbased propOglUonbased propositionbased
based on the reelection of Thomas ThomasKearns ThomasKearns ThomasReams
Kearns to the United States senate senateKearns stnateKearns serrateReams
Kearns has shown a disposition to tosettle tosettJe tosettle
settle to the best b t of his tim ability for forlittle forllttle forlittle
little courtesies In the way 3 of left hooks hooksthnt hooksth1t hooksthtt
thnt may be landed on him and if he hedecides hedecides hedecMe
decides to bolt the state ticket It is a areasonable areasonable areasonable
reasonable presumption that he will di diiect d1lect dimeet
meet his energies chiefly to the collec collection collection collection ¬
tion of statistics etc calculated jo joplace to toplace toPlace
place considerable space between Smoot Smootand Smootand Smootand
and a certain > much advertised seat in inthe Inthe Inthe
the United States senate senateBut senateBut senateBut
But this war of the senator and andtheir andtheir andtheir
their Immediate associates is far from fromcomforting tramoomf4rtlng fromcomforting
comforting to the candidates The Thej TheSmoot TheSmoot
Smoot men probably reasoned that as asthis asth asthke
this th a is a presidential year ear the Kearns Kearnscrowd Rearnscrowd Ronniecrowd
crowd would not fall to endorse the thestate thestate thestate
state ticket even though Smoot Smo t named namedthe namedthe namedthe
the ticket But the Kdarns R arns crowd has hasnot ha3not hasnot
not endorsed the ticket tick t and has shown shownno shownno shownno
no sign of endorsement up to this thistime thistime thistime
timeThe timeThe time timeThe
The alarm of the workers who have havetried havetried havetried
tried the old style of Republican poll polltics pallties polltics
tics anti have liked the same e amazingly amazinglyIncrease amazinglyInctease amazinglylncsease
Increase They cannot figure much muchmoney mUthmoney muchmoney
money In sight with Smoot S moot In the sad saddle saddle saddie ¬
dle They long to see the old crowd crowdback crowdback crowdback
back in line Une1t and andthe the barrel doing doingbusiness doinbbusiness doingbusiness
business again at the old stand They Theyjoin Theyjoin Theyoin
join oin the candidates In deploring the sad sadcondition sa sacondition sadcondition
condition that extets extetsTVTATTy oxhrtsY exlgtsMA
TVTATTy MA Y ABE CALLED CALLEDTwo CATLTlTwo DTwo
Two Thousand Invitations to BaHy BSITye BaHyTf
Tf 1 Are e Issued IssuedSecretary ISSUedSecretary ied iedSecretary
Secretary Jack May MaYor of the Young ToungMens YoungMens YoungMens
Mens Republican club was sbuSy busy yes yesterday yestorday es esterday ¬
terday in sending out invitations to tothe tothe tothe
the rally scheduled sc le for tomorrow b I1IIQMOV night nightIn nIghtIn nightIn
In the Salt Lake theatre Mr May got gotout gotout gotout
out about 3000 OOO of the invitations and andis andis
is hopeful that he has not east his hisbr hisbtffld hisbad
br bad ad upon the waters in vain The Theciufc Th2lulJ Theiib
ciufc iib he STB iys is making elaborate elaboratepreparations elaboratepreparatS elaborateprepexatl
preparations preparatS 1i6 for this event ent and hopes hopesnothing hopesnotbtng hopesnoth1ntI1
nothing noth1ntI1 Srtll ll come upto U lo disturb the theplans thevlanlf thepIn
plans vlanlfGovernor plansGovernor pInGovernor
Governor Wells as was < exgected td has hasconsented basconsented hasconsented
consented to preside at the rally t Ac Acceptances Acceptances Acceptances ¬
ceptances have been received from sev several 5e 5eenll semeral ¬
eral of those who have been invited to tospeak tospeak tospeak
speak Senator Kearns has not ac accepted accepted accopIed ¬
cepted and If he appears it will be besurprising beurpristog besurprising
surprising to t many Senator Smoot will willdoubtless wUldoubUes willdoubtieno
doubtless appear and speak sp k feelingly of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the brilliant bt1lBpt prospects for the party in inUtah inI inlth
I Utah Others who have been invited invitedare
are Congressnflan HOWell George Sut Sutrland Suthrland Suth Sutherland ¬
rland J C CutlerA L Thomas ThomasJudge Thom2SJudgeJ ThomasJudge
Judge JudgeJ J T E Frick C B B Allen D N NStraup NStraup NStmaup
Straup C S Tingey William Spry J JT JT JT
T Hammond H d and H C C Edwards EdwardsMusic EdwardsMusk EdwardsMusk
Musk will w lbe be supplied SUp lled by Miss IJSg Emma Emmit EmmitRamsey EmlnSRamsey EmmaRamsey
Ramsey Mrs lAssie Thomas Edward Edwardtfce Edwardtile Edwardtbe
tile Squires quartette and the Utah UtahState UtahState UtahState
State band bandtSSSEBD q landrB nd ndTRI
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tSSSEBD TRI rB DITOW D XT OK TTFTT T1IE E IFJSIfc IFJSIfcTom ESi ESiTom SH SHTom r
Tom Pitch PitchOns Opens Campaign C p ig 1 in inf inMidOcean in3tldOcean
f MidOcean MidOceanCoIonet 3tldOceanColonel Jttfdbcean JttfdbceanColonel
Colonel Thomas l1 omas Fitch F1 h forjneriy r rIyor rIyoran of ofSan ofSasi
San IMeso ieuttorney attorney torner politician anti j ora orator orator erafor ¬
tor was aini among gthe g the arrivals on the theSI theSIberJ Si Siberia SIberm ¬
beria at t SanTrancisc SknJfIP i8ee Politics P as asever ase asever
ever e are uppermost u P 1 f his mindsays mindsaysthe mind says sasth saysthCan
the th thCan Sea SeaFnmcfscO Prenc1sco Fraiids O Call and his hi jlrst Jlrltqutetl jlrstquetkms fir firqndens
quetkms fts were re reg regard1n ardlnff the political politicalsJUtfton DO11t 1iU t tsJ tltue1Ion
sJUtfton sJ Iv 1Jtm en assured asSur that tb t there tberEfb thete1d thete1dboIt hM hMpalgn
b no t oneD1nS of the ears earspaign
palgn beyond beyoqda a ratification rati ca Jon hte eyes eyesbrightened eyesbrlgbteped ei eibrightened
brightened an ang his broad face was waswreathed waswrethed waswreathed
wreathed to Uzsthi1s smiles smilesTSen smtJ smtJThen
Then It he sale a16 I have avo 110 Id I done nn just justwBftt justJIIU jsStIsit
wBftt JIIU I wanted to do I hve ve opened openefltherctenfl openel1Utec6m openedin
therctenfl Mfg Igft forRoostvat 1or 1t in mid ntidocean rdtdocean midocean
ocean betw betwe ei n nii 4jl bJ je California Jliml coast c a3r asand asandthe and andthe anathe
the new insular Intl 1ar r poSBasrtons 0IIL Qn 4he 4hedeck thedeck 4hedeck
deck oftBe ortJJtSjbarJ Siberia I taclfced t1i taikedfr t dfOr for an tt hour hourand h hourand ur urand
and a half for UIB t1 Republican PUblicfuJPJUt PUblicfuJPJUtAnd party partyand partyand
and my ay 1IPftch fiech h was asnlt m mit t with salros of o o8opplan8ec ofapplause
j applause applauseJudge 8opplan8ecjud f frti
Judge jud rti e Ages gees iees Wlth Witndrawal WitndrawalA WitiidmwaLA ntwal ntwalA
A p piOiftt lnt not uotJ uotbivugt brought u t out fn m coanee coaneettoif connecUoIwtththevotaf
ttoif UoIwtththevotaf with the vote for r csaidklat C8 emidldatcrfor dldate for the tfte9aprefn thctr thesuPreme
suPreme r mbe bench 1i in the late convention 1onvenUonthe mmventionwas conventionwas
was the withdrawal itbdrawtiorJudg ofJudge Agee gee o oOgden or
Ogden before the Weber county dele deleS dele1d09 delegt109
S 1d09 ttM v ted ted In announcing announ ing the vote votewhicK votewhiell votewhich
which whicK was wasoHd solid for Straup the chair chairman chairman chairmen ¬
man of the delegation did not state statethat statetIa statethat
that Judge Ages Ag e had withdrawn In fa favor faVOl favar ¬
vor of Mr fr Stirrup and the record recordshowed reoordshowed recordshowed
showed that Judge Agee had ha received receivedno
no support in his home delegation delegationLadles deaegat1onLa delegationLadles
p
Ladles La 1es thorfc t are thirty trains at atyour atyour atyour
your s vfe e WcdMsduy W dnesday Aug 31 Salt Saltair Saltair Saltair
air ladled Ja ladIe daj dfL
KUROPATKIN IS ISTIGHTENING ISTlGHrENING ISTIGHTENING
TIGHTENING UP UPContinues UpContinues
Continues to Withdraw all allHis allHisOutposts His HisOutposts HisOutposts
Outposts OutpostsilSIN Outpostsfls OutpostsL
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ilSIN fls IN N < VERY V RY GOOD SPIRITS SPIRITSCBACK3 SPIR SPIRITSI SPIRITSORAOS S Sf
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51 St Petersburg Aug Au 29 L 34S a m mAll mAU mAll
All the news of Liao Yam 4ffi mtlal ial or orotherwise orotherwise orotherwise
otherwise shows sliowstbatGenal that aiGenfral General Kuropatktn Kuropat Kuropatkn Ituropatktit
kn Is gradually drawing1 d in his ad advanced a avanced advanced
vanced positions to the theiirner inner ring ringillsdefenses ofhis < of ofhis
his illsdefenses illsdefensesAfter defenses defensesAfter efeD5eSAfter
After three days of heavy 11e fighting fightingthe fi Ilhtingthe htin htintbe
the latter part of ofwhlch which was Impeded Impededhy Im Imdedby > ed edby
by ral raltt the Russians were oonipdHccta oonipdHcctato coml led ledto
to disable six guns which it was waspossible a5 Im Impossible imf imfpossible
possible to take t ke from the high posi positions posIHons poftlons ¬
tions over the tbmuddY muddy roads but dur during aurIng during ¬
ing the fightingon iightJl on the southern front frontthey frontthey routthey
they captured some Japanese guns It Itis Itis ItIs
is reported also that they destroyed destroyedsome destroyedsome destroyedsome
some Japanese mountain batteries batteriesGeneral batteriesGne batteriesGeneral
General Gne l Kuropatkin has not yet dis disclosed disc10sed disclosed
closed whether he intends to make a adecisive adecisive adecisive
decisive fight at Ltao Yang YangGeneral YangGeneral YangGeneral
General disappointment dls8ppoin ment is expressed japressedby pre5sed pre5sedby
by the newspaper correspondents at atthe atthe atthe
the withdrawal now in progress The Thestatement Thestatement Thestntenrent
statement that U t the th reserves were W re not notcalled notcalled notcalled
called up to hold some some of tbe positions positionswhich positionshleh positIonsWhk11
which hleh were abandoned abandonedSems stems to show showthat showthat showthat
that there is a strong force at Liao LiaoYang LlaoYang LiaoYang
Yang which is not yet being utilized utilizedAt utIlizedAt
At the same time from private mes messages messages mensages ¬
sages received from Liae Yang it itmight itmlgh itmight
might be inferred that a heavy move movement movement movemeat ¬
ment northward has been progressing progressingfor
for some days daysEasy daysEasy
dRYSEasy
Easy to Please PleaseGeneral PleaseGeneral PleaseGeneral
General Kuropatkin seems to be well wellsatisfied weIlsatisfied uellsatisfied
satisfied with tte situation One men message mC3sage mensage ¬
sage describes him as being in high highspirits hlg hlgs highspIrits
spirits s 1rlts and laughing and JoKing joKln at atmeeting a ameeting ameeting
meeting of the 8t Georges society at atLlao atLlao atLiao
Llao Yang TangThe Yang111e YangThe
The Russian losses to t date are arestated arestated arestated
stated to be about 1500 The Russian Russianbatteries Ru Russianbatteries lan lanbatteries
batteries inflicted heavy losses on the theJapanese theJapanese theJapanese
Japanese JapaneseNothing JapaneseNothing JapaneseNothing
Nothing has been heard here re regarding regardIng restriding ¬
garding the reported cutting of the therailroad therailroad therailroad
railroad south of Mukden but the fact factthat factthuf act actthat
that an unusual mass mais of telegrams telegramsare
are arriving several severalbf bf which were werefiled werefiled werefiled
filed late Saturday night at Line Yang YanrSseems Yagseema Yangseeme
seems to discredit the report re Ort Had H d the theJapanese theJapanese theJapanese
Japanese destroyed the railway they theydoubtless theydoubtless theydoubtIes
doubtless wo would 1ldtso uld also have cut thE thEwires th thwires i iwires
wires wiresSeveral wiresSeveral wiresSeveral
Several batteries which were quickly quicklycollected QuIcklycollected quleirlycollected
collected by Grand Duke Sarge SargeMlchaelovitch SlIrgencha SorgoMichaelovflch
Mlchaelovitch ncha lovUch were era dispatched d to the thefar th thftlr trheSr
far Sr east today todayTaps tOdayLO todayLONDON
LO LONDON ON HAS DOUBTS DOUBTSraps DOUBTSsaps
Taps Hay Hot NotHave rot Have Gone as as s Far as asClaimed asClaimed asOlaimed
Claimed ClaimedLondon ClaimedLondon OlaimedLondon
London Aug 29 291he The London papers papersthis papersthis papersthis
this morning have numerous special specialdispatches specIaldi specialdlrpatches
dispatches di tehes from the far east east most of ofthem otthem ofthem
them dealing with lth the position at Port PortArthur PortArthur PortArthur
Arthur It is pointed out that the Jap Japanese Japanese Japanese ¬
anese tactics are very similar to those thoseadopted thoseadopted thoseadopted
adopted by General G neral Oyama ma In n 1S94 1S t but buttrated butthat butthat
that granUngthe Japanese have peso penetrated pesotrated
trated as far as represented rE > which is isconsidered IsI Isconsidered
considered doubtful there th ere are still 111 for formidable formldable formidable ¬
midable forts to be silenced before a ageneral agenera1 ageneral
I general assault is possible Equal in inlerest Interest Intamest
tamest is j displayed here1in here in what Wh t is re regarded regard regardod
garded gard t1 as a the precarious position oC oCGeneral oCGeneral
General Kuropatkins forces forcesAccording1 forcesAcoordlng forcesAccording
According to a dispatch dlsp tch to the Daily DailyMall DailydalI
Mall from Kottpanktze dated Aug AugR 27 27Russian 27Russian
Russian R sshm staff officers confess them themselves thcniselves themselves ¬ I
selves completely in the dark as a to the themeaning th thJrt thintanIng
meaning Jrt Ding of t the Japanese Japan s movements movementsand movem movementsand nts ntsand
and that consequently they have no nodefinite no nodefinite I Idefinite
definite plan Tea days ago feeling feelingthat feelingthat
that Liao Yang would o 1d be surrounded surroundedGeneral surroundedGeneral SurroundedGeneral I
General Kuropatkin began to draw his histroops hl histroops
troops northward There is ino no no doubt doubtsays doubtsays doubtsays
says the correspondent that the Rus Russian RusSian Bussian ¬ I
sian army is now completely at the themercy themercy themercy
mercy of the Japanese whenever they theychoose theychoose theychoose
choose to attack attackThe attaclThe
The Liao Yang correspondent rUor of the theDaily theDany theDaily I
Daily Telegraph in a dispatch dated datedAug datedAug datedAug
Aug 2S 3 sags sa that the Japanese Japan e tare tarepushing are I Ipushlnb I Ipushing
pushing on against threesides three side stde of the thecity therib
city eU near which there is continuous continuousfighting continUousfighUng continuousfighting I
fighting fightingThe fighUngThe fightingThe
The rumor that the Japanese lost lostguns lostguns I Iguns
guns at Siaulins the correspondent correspondentsave I
SAyS turns out to be incorrect The Thecorrespondent Thecorrespondent Thecorrespondent
correspondent continues continuesThe continuesThe 1 1The
The Japanese are reported to be beadopting beadopting i iadopting
adopting a new method of Bight nf t attack attackThey attackTbey attackThey
They concentrate searchlights on the thepoint thepoint J JpoInt
point attacked thus preventing the thegarrison thegarrison I Igarrison
garrison from seeing anything anythingDescribing anythingDescrIbing anythingDescribing
Describing recent r ent fighting the corre correspondent correspondent ¬ i
spondent says saysThe saJSThe saysThe
The 2shodtingron Shooting hoUtin on both bot sides iras irassplendid vas vassplendid
splendid the Russians contesting ev every every ¬
ery inch of the ground groupdwtth with all their theircharacteristic thclrcharacteI1stlcstubborhlfeS6 thIrehamcterlstlcstubborituess
characteristic characteI1stlcstubborhlfeS6 stubbornness The Jap Japanese JapAnese Sapanese ¬
anese attack from the direction dlr tion of the theLiae theLlae theLien
Lien river has not yet developed developedSpecial developedSpecial developedSpecial
Special dispatches from Shanghai re report re report meport ¬
port that th t there is a hitch hltchr regarding arding thettUiser the thecruiser thecruiser
cruiser Askold and nd the destroyer det oy r Grp Grpz0vei GroZ8oi Grezevel
z0vei The Japanese TaP3 e1re government bay baying having bartag ¬
ing discovered the dispatch cays = that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the paroled crewsof Ct WsoC the > Variag Variagnrid VariagnridRorletz < ariQ ariQKorietz a a aKorietz
Korietz have ha been bf en > drafted kilo the th Bal Baltic B t ttic Itic ¬
tic fleet now insists that China shall shallretain 5hnllrtaln shallretain
retain the crews or the cnifeer and the thedestroyer t thedestroyer 1e 1edestroyer
destroyer until the theend end of the war warThe yar yarThe ar arThe
The Tien Thin correspondent of the theStandard toeStandard theStandard
Standard discussing discu lng th the distance the theJapriese theJapI1ese theJaptuleso
Japriese now are from Port Arthur Arthurdeclares Arthurdeclare Arthurdeclaree
declares yiat they are unable u able to toroach ap approach appreach > ¬
preach roach nearer ler the new town owing owin to tothe tothe tothe
the nre Are from r0ni the Russian ships shipsThuJapaneae shipTb shipsTheJapanese
ThuJapaneae Tb JaQanese commander the corre correspoiHMiat corresOlM6ilt concsJio4rdqrit
spoiHMiat 5 = ays e has ordered that no noshells pqshells icshells
shells b bi thrown Intft Intthe the town for the thesake th thake thesake
sake ake of the noncombatantS The cor correspondent oor oorrepondenl o orespondent ¬
respondent adds that owing to the ex extensive e etenslve e etenslve ¬
tenslve mine area the he cooperation co peraUo peratl n of oftfie othe Ofthe
the he fleet is difficult difficultBIG difficulto difficultBIG
o 0 0BIG
BIG SUGAR SHIPMENT SHIPMENTMexico SHIPMENTlIextco SBIPMENTMexico
Mexico City Aug 23 2STl1e The Sigar Sigartrust siugartrust g r rtUst
trust has received over 6500 tons ton 8 of ofsugar ofsug f fsugar
sugar sug r intended for shipment to Lon Lonto Lqndon Lindon
don amr trust Omcjals made Oerures Oeruresto
to sugar sugarpJanters planters to pay nearly 3cent 3centapound J jcenrapound cept ceptapound
apound to aid hi getting sugar out outth fthe f fthe
the th country so as to make better betterprices betterprICM bettorprices
prices in the home markets for the new newcrop neucroP nowcrop >
crop croPGIVEN fl flGIVEN
l lAlbuquerque
GIVEN STIFF STI SENTENCE SENTENCEAlbuquerque SENTENCzAlbuquerque
+ Albuquerque N M lit Aug 28 28f 28Judge 3SJudge + +
f + Judge B S Baker has sentenced t tO h hO
+ + O Marinan president of the theAlbuquerque theAlbuquerque +
+ f Albuquerque Central Labor Laborunion Laoorunion +
4 union to Jail for seventy days 4 1 1and
4 4 and four other striking Santa F4 Fe FemachinIsts +
4 4 machinists for sixty days for as 35sault 4 4sault 4snuit +
+ sault upon a strikebreaker in inviolation + 4violation
+ violation of the courts strike in inj injunction +
I + 4 junction j ncUon The cases w were re ap appealed appealed + 4pealed
+ pealed + 4
1 + 4 + + + + + + 7 + + + + + + + + +
MOTHERS Moi MOTT1RS iRtS DEATH DEATHAND AND BROTHERS ILLNESSSENDS ILLNESS ILLNESSSENDS ill illSENlSGiRlAlONG
SENDS SENlSGiRlAlONG GiRL ALONG THE ROAD TO RUIN R
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Is ther a preti f > lighthaired girl in inthis Inbis InIbis
this house whx > goos eS by the name of Alice AliceCook AlfcoCOk AliceCeok
Cook w were re the words used by b a man manwho manwht
who called at the various resorts on onCommercial oneJmtBer onComrnereial
Commercial eJmtBer a1 street during dQrln the last la laPtwek laPtwekThe weekThe week welkThe I
The visitor was a young man with light lighthair lighthair Ighthair
hair and his face marked m rKed as though be behad h hhad itohad
had had smallpox He said his name was wasrhtrles waslhrrles wastharles
rhtrles Lund and tint he lived in Oak Oakland Oakland Oakland ¬
land Cal < a1 He seemed earnest earnest in his de desire desire thsire ¬
sire to find tha tb girl who he c claimed 1m d was washis washis washis
his sister His story storlIEI IS as s followsl followslA rollow8I
I lIero with my m molh r a 1d younger 3ounert youngeratster
sister sisterago t r Jessie 1ft Oaklattl A Afew few months monthsego
ago m man no 1Iaj mptbur t if tskr fI eeriotrsy riou Ul Uland 111and
an and died diedv fI flfrz < wtart1l1J itSbirt Ilios eft SIJ SlrtcrfaIr SlrtcrfaIrworshipod crfalr crfalrw
v wors w worshipod tBhlJ ip mother motb Co ilad tw tb tllfJ blOW flroveth rove iroveill rovetit
th poor girl almost to dtetractiort d tactiotr I Iwas
was a8 liken ill shortly ehort1 itftarwarJt iu oUd > l wa Wul was I
obliged to go to ahospital a hoital for treatment treatmenthome f oolmenL
1on I teco recovered ered and returned t to mY m
home I found that my my sister had rub Tun
away I searched 1O the towns around San
Francisco bay In vain ln for her
About three weeks ago a o I received a
Setter from her stating that she he was In a
Commercial street resort in Salt Lake and andfn
Tfcn nest fn by b the name l1mo of 0 Alice Cook She Sh
wiote that she was w s despondent dU ondcnt and in
tended to kill herself Sty I hastened hcr here <
to Salt alt La3ce L3J e to look for or her
Thf Tb man It1 n showed two photographs v of a ananasome
hat1tl nanasome om e girl who w 0 he h sola 3 Ja was W wn JUS the th thet Bis Bisno 8 1
i t f eW was SUJ luoking ktng for H Hqder1betl b her herIts et
Its htlrof rngbft1 the c < aversgi rn heifilt t1 sPIfi jf jri tbJOhd hofldn
fttl J1 Md rd iibtnoUfy nbt notify t IhJ t id1iee uce rthci d Jlere J Jn In Insi
no n < record r cord nn the twohs at Atth th thanv tOitHA 4Jr 4Jrunv r rarty
arty Alifft Am 1Ir a Coo Coo
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Totio Aug 28 S noon noonA A wounded woundedJapanese w woundedTapanese und 1 1Japanese
Japanese officer who has returned here heregives hergIves befegives
gives interesting details regarding reg rega tdl eding the thedarlier t1i t1irlier thdarlier
< darlier rlier prelimWary oparatiQtts 0p rati < ltS against againstPort agalhstPort adhaiPort
Port Arthur He says saysOur 8a saysOur s sOur
Our forces tot fortes es after a hot fighgt fig occu occupied oceupled ocrupled ¬
pled Antzulien and nd commenced a fur further further furthor ¬
ther advance ad ance On July 30 10 our o r right rightwing rightJpg rightwing
wing Jpg advanced ada ced on Sjftaniaikou Sfianuik lianialkou u our ourdcjiter ourq ourqnter
dcjiter q nter toward Shuishiylug and Itzu Itzushan Itzushan Itzushari
shan and the th left J ft frmri nI the direction dln tJon of ofDalny ofA ofDaisy
Daisy A Tt The first general attack atta k after aftertbla nflertbJs afterthis
this general g ra1 advance ad vancewa8 was directed directedagainst dIrcctedra1sst 1 1lga1nst
against Takushan and SiaSkushan Sla kushan The Theright TherJght Tireright
right wing wingthen then advanced to Chiaokia Chiaokiaeizu ChiAOktawelzu Chinekiaweizu
welzu eizu and sent senVoutposts outposts to a pine forest forestnear fOrestnear fOrestnear
near near Kokiatung KokiatungWe Kokl tuns tunsVe
We Ve dug trenchesfor trenC trenches 1esrer for our outposts outpostseach Outpostseach utpostseac
each eac aincterfqUftre a a ii irleter tet ure deep coop which per permitted pettn1ued perinitted ¬
mitted two men to stand in each eachTwentyfive OahTwentyfiVe a h hTentYJie
Twentyfive inters separated each eachtrench e ert erttrench h htrench
trench These Tl esQ trenches proved some somewnaf som somwhat somewhat
what ineffepllve ineffepllvev Inctre tlvc tlvcti11cryOpeDS tlvertiller
v Artillery rtiller ti11cryOpeDS Opens Pire PireOh FireOn PireOn
On Aug 4 4tbur tbur bur artillery artiU ry opened fire firoStrength lirofOr fireOt
fOr Ot jhe purp purpoe se e of d developing the therCrigth thestrength
Strength of orpa the theenCmy enemy en ny Numerous umerous skir skirthishcs sklrItishcs skirhUshes
hUshes followed followedOil oIIow d dOh
Oil Aug 6 6the the Russians mounted mountedheavy mountedhea mountedhenry
heavy hea i guns in the th neighborhood of ofutaslian
1 Yutasnan ulasfian and ahdshMled shetled us Our artillery artilleryassembled artilleryiisembIed
assembled i emled at Chukaltung and respond responded respondld
Ofl ld Thf The > filial duel ptUiued < irlrttWuorl nnUI until Aug Augbfter AugAfter Atirr 2 2Aler I
After a hot fight we w captured and oc occunlcd occupI occupled
cunlcd cupI dSlaoku Slaokuahani SlaokuahaniOn hanl hanlOn
On Au Aug 9 the Russians endeavored endeavoreflto
to retake their position They Theymade made a adesperate ad advnperate
desperate d perate night assault but were re repulsed repu1ea mepulSed ¬
pulsed The TheBUssiaa Russian uss l arUHery arHU ryP infetoofc infetoofctheretreaters riifStookthe stook stookthe
theretreaters the relreaters for J Japanese and fired firedupon firedupon flrhdupon
upon them OUt reserves arrived on onthe onthe onthe
the 10th greatly strengthening our ourposition OUtposition ourposition
position positionOn
On the night of Aug 13 our right rightwing rightwing rightwing
wing made an attack In n the direction directionof directionofYutashan
of Tutashan They The reached Kokiatung Kokiatungundiscovered Koklatungund1scoered Kokiatungundiscovered
undiscovered and a desperate fight fol followed foli 01 01TOwed ¬
lowed i wed the t e lines HUe5closing closing in and using usingtje usingtl1e usingtJe
tje bayonet In i a midnight fight fightbattle The Thebattle T e ebattle
battle continued for some e days da s and nd the theJapanese theJapanese theJapanese
Japanese finally succeeded in occupy occupyihgTiitashan occupylhfY occupylhg
ihgTiitashan ihgTiitashanTHANKS lhfY lhg Yiithflhan YiithflhanTHANKS What1 What1THANKS
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THANKS AMERICANS AMERICANSJohn S Si
John i J 1uiE i 13 Eedmond Makes Talk to New NewYork NewYork NowYork
York Irishmen IrishmenNew IrishmenNew IrishmenNew
New Yprk Aug 29 29JohnE 29John John B Red Redmond Redmond Redmend ¬
mond the Irish leader lead r and those who whocamejlo whocametoAJne whocameto
camejlo cametoAJne America Qa with him Captain A AJ AJ
J C Donelan Patrick OBrien Connor ConnorOKellyand ConnorOKeIly
OKellyand OKeIly i1nd Mrs Redmond tedmond were ten tendered tender tenderd ¬
dered der d a reception tonight t night in Carnegie Carnegiehall CarnegiehnIJ Carnegiehalt
hall by the New York municipal eons council eonscli ¬
cil of the United Irish League L ague of Amer Amerftea Amerl Amerion
ftea l ion a Mr Redmond Mr OKelly OKeiiyand and W WBourke WBourke WBourke
Bourke Cockran spoke Ten thousand thousanddollars th thorUSanddollars Sand I
dollars was either subscribed or or paid paidin paidIn II
in cash toward the fund und for carrying on onthe ontub
the Irish movement t Mr Redmond Redmondsaid Redmondsaid i isaId
said in part partIt partIt I
It Is now no two years since I lap ap appealed appealed ¬ i
pealed to IrishAmericans for aid and andfor andfor
for what hat yptt ro U have hal already alread y done done I have havei ha havenothing I InQthtng
i nothing but bu thanks tlapks During the two twoyears twoyears twoyears
years we have mn e so strengthened our po poisltion postUon prreltion
isltion that we axe are now In position t to tolold1y < 5 5boldly
boldly 1 < attack the th l nglisn EngUsl1goVErnment EngUsl1goVErnmentWe government gwernmenti
i We have met m tth lhe1 th revival of coercion coercionTrial coercionTria1 coercionlIai
Trial by jury had been suspended It Ithas ithas
has been resumed The new fOrm of ofconspiracy ornsplrncy ofconspiracy
conspiracy whereby the th e Irish landlords landlordsrstied 1nndlordssued landlordssiied
sued the holders of ofth the land has been beenmetthanks beenmetthankn
metthanks met thanks to t the aid of the American Americanfund Am AmOricanfund rlan
fund Never Ne r again will free speech or ortrial ortrial
trial by Jury jU ry be denied to t J us or arbi arbijtrary arbitran arbitrary
jtrary tran imprisonment be inflicted inflictedDEATH inflictedJ InflictedEiEATH
J
DEATH IN EXPLOSION EXPLOSIONThree
Three Persons P rsons reons Fatally Hurt in NewYork NewYork New Newr
r York Tenement TenementNew TenementNe TenementNon
New Ne York Y rk Aug 28 28Tbr Three persona personaprobably porsonprohabl rsomf rsomfprobabl3
probably will die as the result r siJlt of the theexplosion theexplOsion theexplosion
explosion today todt in the th apartment or orIsrael ofIsrael
Israel Rosonweig R o en w ig in a tenement tenem ftt m In Nor Norfolk NOrlk Norfolk ¬
folk lk street They are Rosenwelgs Rosenwelgswife Rosen elg9 elg9wife
wife his 3yearold son and his 3S 3Smonthsold 3monthsold 3 3monthsold
monthsold baby The explosion and xrd a asmall asmall asmall
small fire that followed created a panic panictn panhTh
tn the tenement tenementI tene nt ntR
I Rosenwelg R R senwefg who is a frankfurter trbkfurter pod peddler p poddler d ddler ¬
dler had filled the tank of r hl hm frank frankfurter frnnkCurter frankurter ¬
Curter boiler with witnkerosene kerosene artd atftItighted atftItightedthe az1iIilghte az1iIilghtethe lighted lightedthe
the wick it i is thought without screw screwIng screwing screwlag
Ing pn the stopper stopperPEESONALS stoperI stoperPR topperiCI
iCI iCIPE
PEESONALS PEESONALSW PE PR tSONALS tSONALSW ONALS ONALSw
W W I P Fagan F gan of Pocatelte P KtellolS Is at the Cul
laiJjr liI
hufY118s 118s M1s LBS L L Dudileeon Du Ie 3on of Poeatcllo Poeatello is at t the theWllsaa thehlt theVlkiom
Wllsaa WllsaaJ hlt Vlkiom 01 I IT
J T JE Cfarp6at Caiipbiiter kp6irter r of JHercur is at the theWIron
Vlson WIronMrS VlsonMrs Ison Isonllrs
Mrs J J WaIling or of Nampa ampa Ida is isAt Isit isat
At cthe the Cullen Cullenp n nIt
p D Reese R ee a and fi wife te of Lima Mont Montarc MontTCI r0nL r0nLare
arc TCI at the kite House HouseMr Housetr ItouseMr
Mr tr and aitss Mm Illiiini 0 Ross of New NewOrleans NewOrleans NewOrleans
Orleans are re at t the Wilson AVIIeonDr WilsonDr vn O ODr >
Dr K W Skerry and a td L O Rykert Ryk t or orBtocklyn ItFtDC1tbn ortocklyn
Btocklyn are at the Wilson WlhsonG ot otG
G M r Gdujrard G PYard a mining mhllD engineer en neer of ofDcnvTcr ofDcncr ofDearer
Dearer is aUthe Kautaford KautafordHenry itnutafordtenry rd rdHenry
Henry A Walter a mining mart marto martoH of ofTt ofBaI1e
Tt H BaI1e I e TVIn Ida I Is at tie < > T WlliK wiieoncsP rtle > > n nYo n nlarke
Yo Clarke larke Tot of Helena Mont ont Is a a guest guestat guestat
at the th Wilson WilsonA
A James PalSy of Vienna Vl nnR Austria Is Isat Isat Isat
at the Wn WilsoiiGeOrge Wihjott ott ottGobr
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GeOrge Gobr c L I Wilson of Washington D I C CIs CI Cis
Is I at the Kcnjren KcnjrenJohn K nten ntenrOhn nenThhn
John J Baefer B e1tr and G Geore + or rp F 1 Hurbor Hurborol rbo
ol 0 New N Orleans La Laare are at the Kenyon KenyonSenator E KenyonSOniathr nyon nyonSenator
Senator Georse G Ott C C VVhitmore of NcphI NcphIs
is s S at th thq Kenyo Keo4pt ICenmQjrP i iP
P Houoway Jr a Binham business businessman busincessuns
man 111 n Is at t the Gullcn GullcnJohn CluhenJohn uifcn uifcnJohn
John N Dab and wife of Paaetinc PaaetincTPS PalaeUncT
TPS T Pe ar are at the Cullen CuilenJ Cull n nj
J W V Ogbertt and nd wife of LJndola Tex Toxare Tcxue Texare
are at the Culleft CulleftJIls Cul1 CullesMiss I IUs
Miss Us Lillian TameR of C street has re returned retu returned ¬
turned tu rned from rQm a abrief brfef brf visit i 1t in Prove ProveK ProvK
K M 1 Bcnqdickter Ben lckttr of VltMaa toe q Austria Austriais
is in the elt city lty and is rocistercd it t the theKnutsford theKrutsCorJ theKrutsforiL
Knutsford KnutsfordDr
Dr John A aicGill and wlfoand wlro and Miss MissHarriet MissHarriet MissHarriet
Harriet aicGIH cGU1 of Chicago are at the theiuul theJuldoro theinuts1ord
Juldoro Juldorornnk inuts1ordPrank iuul iord
< Vrank Prank rnnk J R Mitchell 3 lawyer of Chi Chicago Chlcago Chiago ¬
cago interested in the Bear River Canal CanalCompany Canalcompnn Canalcompany
Company Is at the Wilson WilsonH Vl1sonH
H R Tronholm and wife of Eureka ka are arcat areu areat
at the th White House They are homeward homewardb homewarbted
b bted bt i rd from rots the Worlds fair at SL Louis LouisDr LoulDr LouisDr
Dr Lennls nnlt of Strasbyrc and Dr Wil Wilhfcin WJIhein Wilbela
hfcin Hiller or Berlin Germany are ar at atthe atbe atbe
the be Knutsford They are making makln a tour tourOf tourthe tourof
Of the western ostern country co ntt
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fafrfre IMtf taft freer vote ni fore co forhet Ht t Saltalr iadirs iadirsnay Indiraiiay adls adlsav
nay av AJJC 3
IWORJ WORLDS S FAIR CROWDS CROWDSAttendance C QWD j jAt IAttendance
Attendance At eJtq nC larger eI I Last ast Week Tcek Than ThanEver Th Thver ThrnIver
Ever ver I I
SL Louis < Aug A Au 2S 2SThe The attcnBaiice attcnBaiiceat atte1 ance anceat 5ancOat
at the WorldarJalr last weekwas eek was more morethan moretb moretbn
than tb D 125000 in ii excess cesg of any any week weeksince weeklncc weeksince
since the h exposition qx p sltionopened opened Saturdays Saturdaysattendance s1turdayaUendl11ce Saturdayattendance
attendance 452 sss + 686 vwas was as the largest 1ar t for fortxny tornny or ortny
txny single day since the oponlns oPOlI day daywith deywlth
with the exception cxcQl > tion of the theSQurth flourth ourth of ofJuly ofJUly ofJuly
July The average attendance for the thelast thelast thelast
last week we k was 132245 132245The 1 132245The 245 245The
The figures figurestollow follow Monday Aug Au 22
334050 Tuesday 324649 Wednesday Wed j
135501 Thursday 123161 Friday 13 13t
424 24 Saturday 152S5 Total 709741 711S741MAJOR 9UMAJOR j jMAioB
MAJOR MCLAUGHLIN MCLAUGHLININ
IN WYOMING WYOMINGSpecial WYOMINGSpecial WYOMINGSpecial
Special to The fHorald fHoraldCasperWyo lHarald lHaraldCniper froraldCasir
CasperWyo Cniper W Wyn o Aug 2S 2SMalQr Major James James1gLaugblih JamesMiLaU1rlIn i i3ftLaughHn
3ftLaughHn United States Indian Indianinspector Indianht IndianihSidctor
inspector ht ctor passed through thro gh Casper on onhis onhis onhis
his way wa to the he Shoshotie Sh shone Indian reser reservation rtBeration rtnerration ¬
ration where he will msp lnspeCtand otand over oversee Oltrf overSec ¬
see f the work workdpne ork dpne d ne in in the allotment t of oCItnds oflands j
Itnds lands amongthe am01g the Indians Major Mc McLaughlin Mcugbtln MeLaughlin
Laughlin ugbtln negotiated ti a treaty with Ith the theIndians theIndians theIndians
Indians last April5 April5when A April rl1 when they agreed agreedto
to surrender the the title to about two twotMrds twotlIrds twothird
third of their land wliieh uI1ck will be bethrown bethron bethrown
thrown open to settlement settlementNO
NO PEVERIN1 3ROWNSVTLLE 3ROWNSVTLLEBrownsville BROWNSVILLEBrownsl1Ie BROWNSVILLZBrownsville
Brownsville Tex Aug Au 2S sA sAprominent 28Aprominent A Aprominent
prominent physician connected onn cled with withthe witbhe withthe
the he marine hospital service stated to today touay today ¬
day that many caSts of sickness sus suspected Stfp sr srpealed ¬
pealed p c ted of being yellow Yell W fever had h ad been beenYJsited beenvisited
visited sited and that all had been beendiagnosed beendiagnosed
diagnosed negatively He stated post positively postLISely ¬ I
tively tJv l that there is i not a single case caseof caseyello caseQ
of Q yellow yello fever ever ei in Brownsville BrownsvilleAn ro me
i iAn
I IJ
An Ordinance OrdinanceAN Ordi anc
AN J ORDINANCE ORDL ANCE CONFIRMING < THE THEassessment THEassessment
assessment upon the property on m both bothsidesof bothSldQS bothSides I
sidesof Sides of First strait bctwe botweet h E end amistrC endStredis V Vstreets
streets strC ts in Sewer Se or District No I tor or the theconstruction theconstruction
construction of a sewer sewerBe I
Be it oraajned or61 Jed by b the City C1t Council of ofSalt orSalt ofSalt
Salt Lako City TTtab TTtabSection ttatrSootion I
Section 1 That the assessment ass meDt list listmade listmade I
made by the city treasurer as corrected correctedapproved correctedapproed correctedapproved
approved and completed d by tIle board b > ard of otequalization ofequalization
equalization and an 1 review revl heretofore hor duty dutyoperty dulYappoInted dubappointed
appoInted bi b the city coun counil noore I r for r that thatpurpos thatpurposh
purpos purposh ot t the Jroperty operty abutting Ut Ing on both bothsides bothsldcs bothsides
sides of First street betweeh E 3 and F Fstreets t tstreets Fstreets
streets In Sewer S wcr District Di ttl No 1 of Salt SaltLake SaltLaJce SaltLake
Lake City for the thepthpose pitrpo ptfrpose e of construct constructing cortltructing conStructtrig ¬
ing a ewer upon said portion of said saidstreet satdstre saidstredt
street stre t is hereby confirmed and the as assessments assessments assessments ¬
sessments made and returned ret1irn d in said com compldted compl cornplated
plated pl ted lists arc hereby confirmed confirmedSection conflrmriSection j
Section 2 2 Thi This ordtnanoe shall take takeeffect takeeffect
effect upon u On approval approvalPassed 3PPr approvalPassCd a1 a1Pass
Passed Pass d by b the city council of Salt Lake LakeCity Lakeky Lakecity I
City ky Utah August t 22nd 18W and re referred re rerrcd mer ¬
ferred r rrcd to the mayor for his approval approvalS prova provaJ
J S CRlTCIILOXV CRlTCIILOXVCity CRITCliLOClt CRITCULOWCity
City Clt Recorder RecorderApproved RecorderlpprOCd RecorderApproved
Approved this GUt day of August lH lHRICHARD lIRiCHARD I IRlC1LRl
RICHARD > P MORRIS MORRISMayor MORRISMIyor MORRiSMayor
Mayor MayorState MIyorS Mayorstate
State S ts of Utah tl City CI1i3nd Cij and County Cou ty of r Salt SaltiJiake SaltI SaltLa1css
iJiake La1css La1cssI ss ssI
I J S Critchlow city recorder r rdcr of Salt SaltLake SaltJake SaltLake
Lake City Utah trab do harebjt he b certlftr that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the above and feregeUirf egoibg is Isa A Jcl true trueand trueand trueand
and correct copy of an ordinance enti entitled entitied entitied ¬
tied An ordinance confirming the as assessment assessmaflt ¬
sessment tlAIsm ant upon the property on eeLs des slaesof desor risesof
of First str9t b b4ltween tween B suid F streetB streetBIn stree streeIn j
In Sewer District Xo 1 for forthe the confltmc confltmction conelntcUon con5trbctIon
tion pf r a sewer pafescd s ed by b the th ctt c1 city seen seencli o llncllo n ncll
cll cllo of Salt Lake City CIt utan August > Knd Ind1oJl nd ndl531
1904 and approved by the mayor August August26th Aucust26th August26th
26th 1SXH lOOt as appea ap appears etS s of record re rd Jnray of office offi office ¬
fice ficeIn fi ficeIn
fiIn In Witness Whereof here r I have baveJreunto baveJreuntoset Jocreunto Jocreuntoset In reunto reuntoset
set my hand and iffiated Wt d tho thooecrporate thooecrporateleal Ccrporate Ccrporateseal
seal of said city eft this 26th day da of August AugustISO August150g ugust ugust1OOl
ISO 1OOl
J S CR1TCHLOW CR1TCHLOWSfal CRtTCITlOSfal
Sfal Cty Recorder RecorderBill HecorderRill RecorderBill
Bill No 124 124Sewer 11Sewer l24Sewer
Sewer Extension Exten iOn No 122 122Maybe 122Maybe 122p
p WE WEGETTOE
GETTOE GETTOEMONEY
MONEY MONEYldaybe
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Just J UEt ask Thomas Mar Marrarp MarTRH
rarp tbe teed > nan at atEat J2J J2JEafit i2 i2East
Eat Second S ond South street streetknows streetknows streetknows
> knows We ve rot collecled l01leded rotlected
lecled some bad ones for forhim forhim or orhim
him recently recentlyIf rec ntl30 ntl30It
If you ou have iny ny out outstanding Illtstanding oirtstanding ¬
standing accounts send sendih slnc1hm sendihrm
ih hm m here It makes no nodifference nOdlfffrfDCe nodifference
difference whether wh thr theyre theyrein
in Kalamatoo or Ssnpete SsnpeteWell EsnpeteWeU SanpeteSe
Well Se 1A get the money moneydlohn moneyJohn moneyJohn
John f Wallace WallaceGo WallaceCo
Go GoOffices 10OrtiN5 Coflffies
Offices top floor D F FWalker Falker PWalker
Walker alker Uldgr HId Phrtni Phrtni3069K Phtlrp1069K PhnreiO6K
3069K Ind phone 1069 1069SALT lJG9SALT iC69ItkLT
SALT LAKE CTTY C TY Ref Refprene R Rpttne Reterene
prene Walker Bros BrosEark BrosFark BrhPark
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CABLE CABLEIs
Is one on of which each strand is isGENUINE isGE isGENUINE
GENUINE GE UINE when w et1a applied pUed to those thoseNew thoseNew thOSeNew
New Scale Cable Pianos PianosVANSAUT PianosVANSANT PianosVANSANT
VANSANT fc CIfAMBERtAIN CAMBERUI5l
51 and 53 Main
r IOO 100402500 100402500BOTTLES 4 02 506 506BOTTLES Th
BOTTLES OF OFSOLD OFBud Zf ZfBudweiser
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from 17 1875 to 19O 19OThe 1904 1904The 1904The <
The AnheuserBusch Brewery is the Greatest Attrac Attraction Attraction Atfracn ¬
tion n of the Worlds Fair City Competent Guides to towelcome towelcome towelcome
welcome and conduct Visitors throughout the plant plantamm plantL plantOrders
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amm Orders Promptly Filled FIUcdby FIUcdbyOJSON by byOLSON M MOLSON
OLSON LYTLE L Distributors Salt Lake City Utah UtahOver Utehf UtehAT Utih7Tt1rll
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AT 7Tt1rll ITurn Your Boy BoyBgRTONS I IBARTONS
BARTONS Over to Us UsWell UsSTORE
STORE S Well put him in a splendid shape shapeI
I to begin school sclio4 A fine lot of ofSchool ofSchool ofSchool
School Suits here
300 400 500 and 550 550valuesare 2 > O 95 EJ EJvalues
values vafuesare are selling your yo r choice at atBoys atBoys 4P4Sf 4P4SfBoys
Boys Shirts Hats Ties etc etc Everything he will need is hers hersand her herand hereand
and all moderately priced pricedA pricedA pricedA
A Fine Line of Mens Suits SuitsONE SuitsBARTON SuitsJUt
BARTON JUt DTIIN Z CO5 111 ONE TO 1M 1MT PRICE PRICETO ALL T TuiItt
uiItt i ji i U4541 4547 Main ain St Str StBird StUORDQN
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I Bird ird East an and Third South oulh Sail Lake City CityHigh CityI i ii
i I + High Grade Preparatory School SchoolFOR i iFOR
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS GIRLSAnd GIflLSI
1 I 00 COMPlETEHICH COMPLETEHIGHSCHOOL SCHOOL COURSES COURSESAnd i
And Stb 5tfo 6th1 7ii and 8th Srammar Grades GradesSHALL tiradesSMALL
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i SHALL CLASSES AND THOROUGH INSTRUCTION INSTRUCTIONFail INSTRUCTIONi INSTEUOTIONFall
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i Fall Term Begins Beg Wednesday Sept 59 5 9 9am am amRegistration amRegistration i iRegistration
Registration Monday and Tuesday 5th and 6th 6thB 6thi th thTelephoneBelluS
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i 145 Alain Street Progress Building BuildingCOMPLETE BuildingCOMrLETE BuIldingCOMPLTB
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COMPLETE LINE OF OFMens OFJ OPMens
J Mens Clothing and Hats ats furnishing Goods GoodsBoys 600dsBoys GoodsBoys
Boys and Childrens Suits SuitsGREAT SuitsGREAT SuitsCRET
GREAT REDUCTIONS IN N ALL 1L DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENTSee
I See Our Neckties at 25 cents centsWe
t We carry only the Host Satisfactory WellFinished UptoDate TJptoBataand
I and Lasting Lastin Goods GoodsLl Goodsi Goodsi300
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z We collected the tnaother theother theother
other day
88500 88500for
t for Georee G Hen Hendrlcks Hend Henx
x drlcks d lcks of Lo Logan an anJt
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tpr the Parker Lumber Co of Salt SaltLake SaltIake SaltLake
Lake City They sold oId this claim claimbecause claimbCause clmbeause
because t t was N G We collected collectedIt
It in three weeks Ask F L L Par Parker Parkcr Parhe ¬
ker he If you want cafch for y your yotlrbad Hr Hrbad x
bad debts degtS we can set It ItNo It ItNo itNo
No matter hoW ho large they are or orIn orIn orIn
In what town city fty stale or terri territory terrStory term2tory ¬
tory toryIf toryIf
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If we ve did not know kno we covld col collect co1lc col1e ¬
lect lc t ywif ysur bUlswc bills we certainly Quid TveuWnot Quidnot wouldnot
not be b paying out mone money > v to ad advertise advcrUs advertinO ¬
vertise vertiseWe vcrUsVe x
We advertise adv Itlse because ate want Tvantability A Ayour i iyour
your clalms ror collection Ocr ollrabJtity Ocrability
ability to make collections olIe Uons where whereall whereaU wherealt
all others have failed has enabled enabledus enabl d dus
us to build up the largest collec collection collecLion ¬
Lion businee buslnee in the world worldThis worldThis t
This ad is sure to bring many manyclaims manyclaims i
claims to our offices for collection collectionand coHoctlonand
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and we are ar just as sure te coilcot coilcotthese aoneatthese collcotthese <
these claims and make money in incommissions Inommlssllns Incommlssirns <
commissions thereon
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We collected collectedanother collectedanothor
another day da daSf8 I
Sf8 18000 18000for J I
for the Kentucky K tuclty I
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another day daySI750O
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for Hewitt the den den11st ¬
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