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DECISIVE BATTLE T TO BE BEFOUGHT E ES EFOUGHTAT
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i tied and Entrenched
TE T PTRSBURG RSJURG A Afl 9 II I LSm JJ JJ1ILTtie
S 4 1ILTtie m T ep operaUens rati as around Llao Llaoa
4 Tan Yang fetre undergone a complete completechange oomJJlotec1u comp15echap
change c1u chap Dge ge Owing to the delay in n tie tieconcentration tlieconoflfttrati theconoentratieft
concentration l of General Kttropatkin Kttropatkinarmy I KitrotkIflarmy 1IropatkiJKarmy
army as a result of the terrible condi condition 00ft1tion coIttiolt ¬
tion of the toads the Japanese aei aeithe sei4 sei4the ei efl eflthe
the opportunity to attack the slew slewmoving slowmoving 810Wmoving
moving corps and severe fighting fiShU g oc occurred oeUrnd oceurred ¬
curred < Aug 87 7 and xd 28 in which the theRussians teRussians theRuoLas
Russians lost another an ther 1 1060 < KK > men and andthey and1hey nd ndthey
they now probably will haVe to accept acceptgeneral accept8gener1 pt ptggeneral
general ggeneral engagement en6ge nt General Kuro Kuropatkin KuroQtkin Rusepatkln
patkin Mmeelf describes the latest latestphase latestphase lateotphaze
phase of the hostilities in a long dIe dispatch dlpatch dIepatch ¬
patch to the emperor from a point on onthe Oftthe oethe
the railroad a few miles south of WHO WHOTang lJt LIaoYaug o oTaDg
Tang where practically R the vtaole vtaolearmy hole holearmy
army was assembled and awaiting awaJttngt
batttfe The F1 tetegraph whick was tiled tiledearly hiedearly
t early this morning says sayaSear saysRear ay ayBear
Sear Guard Actions ActionsThe ActionsThe ActionsThe
The Japap JaplqJeSe se began at t dawn Aug
27 two tw movements designed to cut cutoff cutoff cutoff
off ihe e First and Fourth coups Th ThFirst T TF ThG ThGFk
First F Fk stationed atl n 4 at AnsbansHan half lullfway halfway naifway
way between Hateheng awl URO LIR 0 Yang Yangexperienced Yangcxpe YiigeperIee1d
experienced cxpe the west i ost seriauc sed difficulty difficultyowing dU6eutTowing dMieuityowing
owing to bad roads The Japan Japanese e un under under undec ¬
der General Oku tried to flank this thiscorps thiscorps thiscorps
corps from the east eaSt In the meanwhile meanwhileGeneral meanwhileGeneral meanwhileGeneral
General Kuroki abandoning his Pes pressure PesSure pessure ¬
sure of General enera1 Ivanoff and General GeneralHersclielmann GeneralHelSifuebpann GeneralHersTherpann
Hersclielmann drove a wedge between betweenthe betw betwHe hetwetuthe
the Second and Fourth corps corPs cor which whichwere whichwere whichvere
were stationed west of LiaoDian LiaoDianSian LlaoDlanSian LIaoDIanSian
Sian a strong defensive position in the thehills thehills thehills
hills twentyfour miles southeast of ofIiao t tLlao fLIao
Iiao Yang Ya Ya g g The Rwstens R greatly im impeded impeded inspeded ¬
peded by their artillery and eommia eommiasarit commisarlat commiasarlat
sarlat fought a series of rear guan1 guan1actioee Unlactions guari guariactIoai
actions in order to corer the retreat of oftheir oftheir ofthel
their empedimente to lAo Yang in inwhich inwhlcl1 Inwhich
which they were successful The First Firstoorps First0rp6 FirstS
S oorps which figured at the battle of o1 the theYalu theTalu theTalu
Talu and In the fighting at Mo Tlen Tienpass Tlenj
j t pass gatn sustained the brunt of the thelighting tbeflshtinI tIes
s lighting and suffered the majority of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the losses I including General Gen Rout Routoukovosky RoutoUkovosky Routoukovosky
oukovosky and Colonel Von haabe KaabeRussian haabeRussian haabeRussian
Russian Army UnitedThe UnitedThe United UnitedThe
The First Second and Fourth corps corpscombined corpscomblacd corpscombined
combined under the command of Gen Genoral Genera Gnera
oral era Zaroubalen Z rolbeAeff and the Tenth le h henteenth Set Seventeenth Setenteenth ¬
enteenth and a d Third corps corPsunder under Gen Genoral G Geeoral n neral
oral Ivunoff Ivan ff forming fonnt t ate tse e eastern easterncontingent easternOntlngent eaeterncontingent
contingent succeeded in effecting eftectIn cen cencentration cpn cpncentratlon cpncentratlon
centratlon at Lisa Yang withour w1thouf1br w1thouf1brther utffir utffirthr fur further ¬
ther lose loseThe Jo S i iTtoe
The whole W wholeS1th hOle SfccUt x Ut corps co JPS of which two twoare twoare
are ISuropean troopalMtve tr Ww fornnfd fornnfda fcrl ftrnedsendcircle 1t 1ta
a semicircle wKhhi a a radius of eix eixGonVlwr f for
or 1 ht < LtM y ylWftt raa raajiPzl
GonVlwr lWftt Ktiropmtkin ha baa not fa ta snort tOrlor aort aortof h1
of ITS 1 Wi men JIMIlUL menqB menRussians
qB I BPUL UL SbIDIEItS SbIDIEItSRuians > LDIBRS LDIBRSRussians
Russians Ruians Not Oast GastDown Down by TTnbrok Unbroken
en Series of Reverses ReversesHalaotun Revel1letiH BeveresHaIotun
Halaotun H eleven miles east of I4ao I4aoTang LlaoYaog IIaoTang
Tang Aug A 29 The Russian army armyfrom 11Iirom armyIrons
from Anping this afternoon debouched debouchednpon deboucl1edUpon debouchedtpon
Upon the Liao Yang plain after light figlitfor lighttug lIt lIttug
tug a rearguard action for nearly tn tenmiles tnmiles tnmiles
miles tram Aping bringing its itswounded t totmdPd k kwounded
wounded and burying its dead on the theway UeW8 theway
way W8 Six guits h8 are reported to have havebeen haveJ havebeen
been lust J t but a number ofJapanese ofJapanesewere ot o JapalWge JapalWgeere Japaneewere
were ere captured 1lt urfd showing signs sj of grft rt tt t tfatigue
t fatigue and hardships Tbe enormous enormousarmy enorCOUsarm enormousarmy
army arm rn nit > h t of which passed out on the theLdii llieLin theLan I
Lan valley valh > at i Z oclock this afternoon afternoonseems atternooa5ee1Dt afternooiseenb
seems > to till the entire plain from the thefoothills tnefoothills thefoothills
foothills to the ancient walls aU8 Th Tharmy The 1IkarmJ Thearmy
army was as disposed in an orderly man manlier mant manter ¬ I
lier t r through the vast ast fields of f Chinese Chineseoorn Chineseiorn e elOm
oorn the soldiers ldieM singing 8ilJ ng as they went wentInto wentthto PIll PIlllntocamp
Into lntocamp camp despite d pite then unbroken se series serI se1Cs ¬
ries rI 6 of reverses while tbe baggage and andtransport andiraM andraIieport
iraM transport ort trains caught in tl muddy muddyrivulets muddyhrulets muddylvulets
rivulets attracted the cheery assistance assistanceif
if r everybody eVf > ryhocJ Nothing N hlng apparently af affecta afffa atfect5a
fecta the heartlnew heartb of the men iatbe iatberanks la3herankr
ranks The line of wounded mn mnwhich Jftonwl mnwhich I
which wl ch reached > d the great east Rate this thisafternoon thisaftrnool1 Ihiaaftrrioot
afternoon paired pef Hd silently through the theFtreets Uef thestreet
street f as deserted de as the atefes at atthe atth atthe
the th ataombs The Utter bearers bearerswith beacer8with bearerswith
with their tht > ir solitary lital7 Juater Jan tern presented presentedan
an Impressive spectacle awelng the therhin thehiltPJe thehce
rhin < hiltPJe hce e Who 110 today t for the brat t time limerealized timerealized timerealized
realized the he ie imminence of a battle battleBXEEOTBD NttleEXPECTED battleXPBOTBD
EXPECTED TO TOADV ADVANCE ADVANCEOrder ADVANCEOrdorthBetireSurprised ANCB ANCBOrd
Order Ord OrdorthBetireSurprised to Retire Surprised the Ru RussianS Russian RussianSoldiers ian ianSoldiers
Soldiers SoldiersSt
S S S
St Pe PetetcfrHrg r Aug 2 21 12 1it p p m mGenerrt m mGfneJ1ll mGenei
Generrt Genei ni JC repetktn r p tkin since yesterday yesterday7Tiornig yesterdayThorIt rday rdaymo
7Tiornig mo ThorIt e 0fl n drawing < In all his hisforces hhiforces hisforces
forces from his eastern and southern southernfronts oWiiernfronts lent lentfronts
fronts toward I4 Llao o Yang y Anpfng Aqplngo Anpngizgow
nmgow go LianDiHn3ln and Anehan Anehanshan ADBIIansn Anshanconstituting
sn shan constituting the main positions positionsof OBitionorthI pouitonof
of orthI the th outer defense line of o TJIao Yang I
have been b abandoned The heaviest heaviestlighting heaviest1ightIn
lighting 1 httng occurred ulTfd on the t extreme left leftvhere leftwherp Ct Ctwhen
when > the th Japanese Japa advanced to the theissault thea the4SUlt
a issault qu1t again and again with itk bayonets bayonetsThe beysnetsThe oonelS oonelSTile
The positions po oit > cns at Tzgow and Anping AnpingMere ADplngWfre Anpingvre
Mere h hdd ld by the Tenth European Europeanorns
orns The Th > attacks w ere delivered with withfanatkal wtthfanatiea withlanatieal
fanatkal bravery raTfry The Th Russians lost Joetl81ge a alai alsrge
lai l81ge e proportion of officers ten guns gunsand gunsand Dti Dtiand
and from IVK 1 00 to 2000 OOO nv men > n but the theRussians thenUMans theRusdans
Russians had been n generally gn > ralI > successful successfulin u t tin
in n beating off the assaults a8 ult8 all along UM dieJtnf deline UMline
line and the Ruaoians declare > that the theorder tlIeorder theorder
order to o retire came as a a surprise juaf juafwhen j1lWhen jusLwhen
when they were expecting eXpe < ting orders for a ageneral aentra1 agncra1
general advance ad anee This is considered to tobe tab to1M
be paof tthat that General Kuropatkln find findin findinIC findlug
lug in bin MR main positions pos menaced on the theflank tj tjfaiik I IalJk
flank alJk an dantlcipatlng daDtfcip ng difficulties In Inwithdrawing int I
withdrawing t owing g to the condition conditionof
of Jr the roads ro c1s which have suddenly been beentransformed beentransformed been1ransfo
1ransfo transformed into mud bogs by b the rain rainconsidered rainoDfridPrMl rainconsidcred
considered that a ratreat e8tW8 was impera imperative inperatIV tnperative ¬
tive tIV The retirement from the east eastfront eastfrollt es esfront
front was greatly impeded by the con convprrton fftpnqon eonVr4ort
vprrton of the tbeLan tin river into a menu mountain Bioun1Hin menuThin ¬
Thin torrent and this probably ac acrounta CNunt1l acTUflta
rounta for the failure of the Japanese Japaneseto
to follow up the retiring Russians RussiansEnveloping RussianEnveloping RussiansI
I Enveloping Movement MovementThe MovementTbe ovemontrho
The Japanese column Iumn moving up th thIJao the theLlao
1
IJao II river r er and threatening General Ku Kuropatkin Kuropatkln
ropatkin from the west is regarded a ai aibelng
Ueinr b tn extremely f dangerous and sid Gen General Genfral General ¬
eral Kurokis extreme xt m right seems e ms ateo ateoto aJto als alsto >
to be b w working around General I1pral Hersch Herschcltnarmp H Hersebelrnarint h hfhnarlt1
cltnarmp portion at Anping and to be bemoving
S moving toward Mukden The strength strengthof I
of the enveloping Japanese JapalJ 1 armies may
he h judged from the fact that General Generaloku Generaloku Generaltku
oku alone 8 lOBf who 00 to Doming 4romjn from the thesouth thesouth thesouth
south i it officially reported to have 7 If
000 0 HVU Whether hethe General G al Kurogatkin KOI6 kln
intends to accept battle at Liao Ll o YanG Yaftgmay YanGt Yajgnay
may riot be i known kno n positively for pev pevral v vIR
t
I ei ral aI day but the belief several S4 veral Ume UmeIndicated tlmelCtndIcat UmoslndIcatu1 < <
Indicated tndIcat m these dispatches prevails prevailshere prevailshere prevalluhere
here tfcnt h will withdraw northwaril northwarilhaving north1larilhning northwartlhaving
having found that be is i is not strong strongrealizing stro stronough strozgenough
enough to opE with jth 1np JpIm Jpanstesllitng tnlJ tnlJTttIollztnf
realizing that Liav 111 Yang Is j made no n
longer tenable on n account of tha Jap Japwse rapDelle Japnees =
Delle wse th thre threat t at his west roar His Hisretirement HISreue Hisretirement
retirement reue ient undoubtedly u doubt dlY will cause keen keenPublic keenPUbile keenpublic
Public disappointment di tmentas aa it was wa tiS gen genreralrjr generalJ genemily
emily eralJ believed bel that he at last had suf sufIlcient ¬
ficient reinforcements to accept a de decisive declslye decislve ¬
cisive ejigagonient ent and by the military militaryrallies
rallies crttJ J life retreat Is interpreted to tomean tomean tomean
mean a a great prolongation of the war warBailroad warRailroad warRailroad
Railroad Not Cut CutThe CutThe CutTbe
The Tokio report that General Ku Kuroki Kurokl Kuroki ¬
roki h act ha d succeeded In cutting 91ttl s the rail railroad ralIrtMld railreads ¬
road south of C Mukden Is not confirmed
by the te telegraph ph department where wl ere It
is said tna tbtu ao o repoits repol ts have beenre beenreceived been beenreceived re ¬
ceived Ived of an interruption of communi communication eommunication communlcation ¬
cation cationOt cationor cationot
Ot course It is realized here that if ifthe I Ithe lfthe
the railroad north of Liao Yang is cut cutthe cutthe
the position po of the tbeRusslan Russian army would
be rendered serious s If net Gesperatc fIesp ratn as
it ttWUld TOeuid d probably compel General Ku Kuropatkln Kurop4tJqn ¬
ropatkln ikJn to accept an engagement engagementagainst engagementa engagementsa1st
against a lpt his wilL wfllThe lI lIrile S SThe
The rain which has again begun fall ¬
ing In Manchuria will probably servo servothe se sethe servothe
the Russians n5 much Uueh more than the Jap Japanese Japanese Japanese ¬
anese as thout th tbajp retirement as soon as asthey asthey asthey
they reach the th railroad will not be Im Impeded Impetted ¬
peded whereas it Is likely lIkel to almost almostcompletely almostcomplteJJ almostcompIteiy
completely stop the Japanese Japan e forward fonvardmovontant forwardmovama forwardmovement
movement movontantI movementALMOST t
tALMOST S
ALMOST n ThtPBEGNABIE ThtPBEGNABIELiao nEGNA1lLE nEGNA1lLELiao
I Liao iao Yang Could CouIdNot Not ot be Taken by byAssault byAssault byAssanit
Assault AssaultBerlin AssaultBerl S SBerlin
Berlin Berl Aug 29 9Ge 29Germen German military militarymen militarymen milItaryman
men are discussing dl6cu ng the situation of f
General Kuropatkln with the keenest
Interact They have 8ve Information that thatthe thatthe thktthe
the defenses of otLfao Liao Yang are of ex extraordlnary extraordlnLY extraordiuary
traordlnary strength ength The fortifying of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the town wa w entrusted to General Me MeItehtko Mellshtko
Itehtko U who whwoojcys onjoys here the reputation reputationof
of being a a master of militaryengineer ¬
ing During the past two months he
has fortified all the strategic positions positionsaround positionsaround positionsaround
around Liao Yang in a manner well wellnigh wellnigh wellnigh
nigh impregnable Triple lines of oftrenches ottrenches oftrenches
trenches crown every height l1ei 1rt where ar artillery ar axtillery ¬
tillery could be effective The en entire entlmitle tiro
line tle of fortifications is connected connectedthrough connected5tlrougJ
through passages P8 eges for facilitating the thereinforcement thesoinforcement i ireinforcement I
reinforcement of endangered points pointswhile POIntSwhile lr ts I Iwhile
while bombpoints retreats covered with withsteel withsteel withsteel
steel rails protect reserves reservesAll reserves1I reshrves5A11
All 1I important points have tel 4eiraphIcCOjflHUlflicatIon telegraphic telegraphiccommunication phfc phfcCQJnmUnlcaUon
communication with headquarters The
German G mtl1 critics think Llao Yangs de ¬
fenses fe about equaltee the difference in innumber Inllunbens inItiUnber
number between the Russians esti estimate o eEtIusated ti ¬
mate 1 usated 8tellll at 118600 and the Japanoee Japm Japtuqsenumbering C Cn1m
n1m numbering ftg oJ ziss DbfJdJiger of oUqn oUqnoral Gen Genftl
oral Kurapedns KuOJM tklns sitirtitidtt ubtt Is recog recognized recibg recbgnized ¬
nized as being bottled up like Field
Marshal Bazalne who surrendered surrenderedMetx surrenderelets surrenderedMets
lets to the German forces in 1ST ie It Itis ItIs itIs
is doubted dou by the experts if General GeneralKuropatkm GeneralK1Irop GeneralKuropatkln
Kuropatkm K1Irop tkJn will be able to prevent pr vent the thecomplete thecomplete thecomplete
complete encircling of Line Yang Yangwhich Yangw1dch Yangwhich
which wouKi mean probably the even eventual eVenJoes eventpI ¬
tual lovs of his entire army The Jap Japanese Japaiwse ¬
anese delay of action is believed to have havebeenane havnbeen havebeen
beenane been due to the U necessityof necf necessity > ssUy of bringing bringingup brlnglnup
up siege guns with which to break the theItuseten theRussian
Russian RU fortifications fortificationsGREAT fortificationsGREAT 8rt1
GREAT UNCERTAINTY TTNCERTAINTYKurbpatkins UNCERTAINTYXuxtopatkins
Kurbpatkins Plans Are Not Known KnownInlSt XnowEn XnowhS
S InlSt En t Petersburg Petersburg1St
St Petersbyrg Aug 30 1 149 9 a a m mEyen inven
ven l late tc last Ja t ht the greatest un
ANOfUER NEVADA ClOUDBURST ClOUDBURSTHeaviest
Heaviest One of the Season Occurred Sunday Between Betweenasdn Betweenl BetweenJaon
l Jaon asdn as1on and Summit SUlnmitCarson Carson and Colorado ColoradoRoad ColoradoRoad ColoradoRoad
Road Completely Tied Up
n k ENO SsT NtY ev W Aag Au 29 A special specialk spe npehhilti lal lalrn
R ti k from Hawthorne Kev ce to the Ga Gaxette Gazette
xette says 8IQSThe ssThe
1 The heaviest t of all the ctofi cloUdburstS ckKlbul8tscame cloUdburstSconic < tt ursts urstscame
came yesterday ysterdVaDd smA there are wash waghoste washqts SbI SbIGIlts
GIlts all the way from Mason to Sum Summit StlmDdt Stunutit ¬
Ddt In half l a lM hour ur trym fr pnt M 3 to 4 4oeloek 4oeJodt 4oelosk
oeloek p nt owe lte and o OItC1aif e i4f inches inchesof ladlesof
of water ate fell In Hawthorne TH twin twini ftainwhld trainwh1ct
i which left Reno yesfeiday e Moriins Moriinsafter IIIOr nsorslngafter Ub Ubatter
after many m ndeJaS delays reached here last lasti la lastnight t tnlsht
i night and 44H did not attempt a teJlUt tj t proceed proceedfurther ltOCePdfurtMr irocdfurther
further Bprty laborers brought Mtn MtnCalifornta rrcnnCalifornia fr5tC1ifornI
California were ere started south with a aconstruction aeoustructlOA i icooStructJ
construction train last dv evening v < nta and re reptttrcd reJked repaired
ptttrcd ma they proceeded reaching reachingSeriaillfe reachlngSMlare reachingSedavifle
Seriaillfe about ltt1a 7 a m mro4u7 mro4u7Tbe totear totearThe ttnyrhe
The compwiy will try and run a apassenger amsaengea i
passenger train from here to Sodaville Sodavilletontght BodaiUeten SodavflietnlghL
tontght tontghtyorty ten tnlghLForty hL hLForty
Forty delayed passengesd pasenge now at atS ntsetlavftle ittSdsvlIle
setlavftle S avllle presented nted a petition to the theWAGGAMAN tbeVAGGAMAN theWAGGAMANIS
WAGGAMAN WAGGAMANIS IS BROKE BROKEJoins BRXEJoins RO ROJoins
Joins With the Banks in Asking a aReceiver aReceiver aReceiver
Receiver ReceiverWashington ReceiverW ReceiverWashington
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W Washington Aug 29 DIn In the supreme supremecourt supremeC08rt supremeconrt
court of the District of Columbia today todayJustice t04a t04aJ1I todayJustice
Justice Stafford Starr issued an order direct directing die die1r ¬ I IIng
ing 1r Thomas T Waggaman W mn treasurer treasurerof tre
of the Catholic university against againstwbom againstwhom t twbom
wbom proceedings tS in bankruptcy have havebeen haveMen havebsen
been filed to show cause cau e by Sept 1 1why 1why Iwhy
why he should not be removed as trus trustee trustet trustee ¬
tee for certain parties to whom he gave gavenotes gavenotfS gavenotes
notes for certain in moneys invested investedAnother investedAnother investedAnother
Another phase of the case developed developedtoday developedteday developedtedy
today when wbentAe the Second National bank bankthe b8n b8nthe benlthe
the National Bank of Washington and andtbe andtile andthe
tile National Metropolitan bank which whichfiled whicnfiled i itiled
filed the original orlgina11MoeeedlnSB proceedings in bank baJ1krUptQ bephrtPtcY bankruptcy ¬
ruptcy petitioned the court to appoint appointa ap olnt olnta
a receiver > 1 to take possession of all 81 the tnefilets theaetS
filets t ts of o Mr Waggaman Va tnan and collect collectand coUecaad1teld collectand tnet
and aad1teld l Ic1IT ld the ae 9 e until further fUttllfrorders fUttllfrordersTtte orders ordersTfce
The ipatittoNtar itlet creators offered the thecourt thecourt t teourt
court that this t action was absolutely absolutelynecessary absolutelee6SIUT absolutelynOcessary
necessary for the preservation ef the theestate theestate theestate
estate of 3f Xr r Waggaman a and to the thebest j 1 1bea
beet t Interest of the same e Accompa4 Accompa4nying Accompanying
nying nlngthe the petition is a a letter J > tt r Accompa1 signed by byMr byti j jbetaken
Mr ti Vasgn1D8n asking that this action actionbe actionbe
be betaken takJD Lakflu In the petition tltlon it Is stated statedthat statedthat t ttbat
that the t e debts said to be secured by bythe b bthe bythe
the securities are very er large being up upwards upwards upwards ¬
wards of Si tOO X > and that the face facevalue 18eetue facevalue
value tue of the securities amounts to tomore tomore tomore
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certainty cei nty nreraflea regardfng r the ac actual ncteal c ctuaIsituatJon ¬
teal tuaIsituatJon situation at atLNo Lido Yang YA1t There is isintense isIntense isIntense
intense anxiety for definite ddnl Mtew uewit from fromthe fI9 fzomthe n nthe
the front b 1HK t even the authorities are arepractically arepracttcally arepractically
practically ignorant a as to whether or ornot ornot ornot
not the long expected battle nil be befought befought befought
fought at Liao Yang or further north northIt
It is expected ted that a great bt at battle is isnow ISnow
now proceeding and the these < e are many manyindications man manIndkaUol16 manyIndications
indications that such su h is the case cas a If Ifpaign 1fU1s Ifthis
this is so the fate of the Yfars cam camJMlign campaign
paign may be settled set within forty fcrtyeight fortyeight
eight hours At tbj t le SHIW nr time t pin pinion pinIon pinIon ¬
ion is almost almo t equally Aitsde ttide may maiVbelieving ma maybelieving Y YbeUevlng
believing that Gens Uen GentAj l lCort l dnplkln paikin wil wilnot wilnot wllTnot
not make a determined 1 etand and that thattheJapanese thatthe thatthe
theJapanese the Japanese will crack cr < k the shell only onlyto onJto onlyto
to find that tji the bh butt l has nown nownOne JlownOne ilownOne
One of the Rusaiaa Rus i correspondents rrespundcnt5of < llTe > pundnt pundntof
of the Associated A8 Pr Prss a says 11 the light lighting fiIhting fightlug ¬
ing so far has been een couflped couftl 1 wholly bony to toContinued toContinued toContinued
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railroad people peo this jCtenioon aJ enOOtt Askirg askingto
to be returned to Reno iQno if there be was wasany WSany wisany
any way poeslbfe knj a the railroad rallrotidcompany railroadcomJOny raliroodcompany
company fe i now DO trying to arrange a ng to toget tJget toget
get them back nortL this afternoon afternoonAt afternJl1AtLau
AtLau At Laughton bton canyon Ifty mires miressouth inliessouth luiiessouth
south of o here where the washout waShouteurred oc occurred cccur5red ¬
curred last Tuesday tearing out five fivemiles fivemiles fivemiles
miles of track and roadbed fifty n nen nenhave En EnItave n nhave
have been engaged in repairing This Thiswas Ttiswas TLiswas
was again washed out and is isnow lsnow Isnow
now in much worse orse condition conditionthan conditionthan conditionthan
than at any time before and andthe aJl aJlthe aidthe
the Tonopah road is > experi experiencing experienclng ¬
encing the same washouts wa h uts with indi indications infllcations lnrlications ¬
cations of more rain today so that the thetime theJime thedime
dime time of resuming through traiUc f re remains tcmains remains ¬
mains very uncertain uncertainThe uneertainThe
The Carson Colorado will not n have havethrough haathrough harethrough
through trains in less than a week weekeven weekeven veekeven
even if no more washouts occur o ur and andthe andthe andthe
the indications on the Tonopah roa roOd rQ3dare roOdare < l lare
are yet more discouraging discouragingJENKS dlS disouraingJENKSAPPRECIATED < ouraqing ouraqingJENKS
JENKS JENKSAPPRECIATED JENKSAPPRECIATEDCornell APPRECIATED APPRECIATEDCornell
Cornell Professor Pro essor Missed by Chinese ChineseStatesmen Chine ChineseStatesmen e
Statesmen StatesmenLondon States StatesmenLondon en
London Lon on Aug 30 30The The correspondent correspondentof corre p ndmt ndmtof
of the Times at Peking in recording recordingthe
the departure re from the Chinese capital capitalof
of professor Jeremiah W V Jenks Jenl of Cor Cornell Cornen Cornell ¬
nell universjiy unle a member of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States commission on International ex exchange excha cxchange ¬
change cha the other members of which whichwere whichwere whichwere
were Charles P Conant and Hugh HughHanna HughHRnl1 HughHantia
Hanna for the United States highly hlghlypraises hIShlpraises highlypraises
praises the t met ct and ability displayed displayedby
by him in conductlnghls difficultmis difficultmission difficult difficultntisglen mis mission ¬
sion which wl1l b has undoubtedly left its itsmark Itsmark Itsmark
mark on the Chinese authorities authoritiesIt authoritIesIt
It is regrettable says the corre correspondent eorresPOndent correspondent ¬
spondent that Professor Jenks is faobliged isobliged Isobliged
obliged to leave when lien his work is only onlybeginning on1 on1bEginning onlybeginning
beginning for experience teaches that thatthtre thatth thatthere
there th re is often a considerable interval intervalbetween intenaJoo Intervalbetween
between oo een the Chinese cSprsalon ers Ion on of ap approval approval approval ¬
proval and 00 th actual Introduction of ofreform ofnCorm ofreform
reform and China is only beginning to torealize torealfze torealize
realize the vital 1 importance of reform reformin
in Its currency currencyOFHOERS currencyS currencyOCEBS
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+ f A G Leduc uc a returned deportee deportewho deporteewho +
4 + who was takeh from the U custody custodyof +
+ of two deputy sheriffs last night nightby nightby +
4 + by a body of armedmen armed mono was os QScorted escorted +
4 + corted by them to the Canon City City4jpadi Clt Cltroad 4
4jpadi 4 road wherehewas wher hewaa released withf wIth t
4 4 a warning to remain away from tromthfs frontthis + 4f
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endorsement t of the ticket ticketTelegrams t < kot > J
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Telegrams from Sen IceBauks IceDa andireadoro andJYe doro Roosevelt st < al aL3 will vrffibe willbe willbe
be read and cheered cheeredSouvenirs cheeredSoucnirsin S
Souvenirs in the shape oMPhotographs o ho phs of the tb th 43tf6rfch < N6rth S Pole PoJe in inWinter inWinter 1
Winter The Provo Ice Plaijjf Pla Cutler e tlcr in iii the tlicGovorno Governors s Chair ChairAllegorical ChairAllegorical ChairAllegorical
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Senator SenatorGeorge S natorGeO George I F Hoar r Aged ed78 78 Yesterday
Worcester Mass Aug 29 29Scnat 29ScnatGeorge 29SenatorGeorge Senator SenatorGeorge
George F Hoars condition is un unchanged unchan unchanged ¬
changed chan today He is quite cheerful cheerfuland ehoerfuland Cheerfuland
and continues taking nourishment neurlshment The Thesenator Thesenator Thesenator
senator is 78 years ears of age ageto today todayThe todayThe a aThe
The following rot1owln bulletin was issued issuedfrom t issuedfrom suef sueffrom >
from the home of Senator Hoar to tonight to tonight tonlght ¬
night nightSenator nightSenator S SSenator
Senator Hoar has had a comfortable comfortableday comtortablda coimortubleday
day da He has ha taken his nourishment nourishmentMYSTERIOUS nourfabptmt nourfabptmtMYSTERIOUS nourlslqnentMYSTERIOUS
MYSTERIOUS MURDER MURDERIN
IN EASTERN OREGON OREGONPortland OREGONPortland OREGONPortland
Portland Ore Qre Aug 23 2iA A special specialdispatch S specialdispatch Qciai Qciailspatch
dispatch to the Telegram fromPendle fromPendleton from Pendle Pendleton Pendieton
ton Ore Or says that Christopher C CEllis eEllis CEllis
Ellis 20 years ears of age was as mysterious mysteriously ¬
ly I murdered m rder d on Sunday Sunda morning on onBasket onBasket onBasket
Basket mountain sixteen sixteenmlles miles south southeastof southeast southeast ¬
eastof east east of o Milton Ore Ellis EI who llv live liveon hiveon 1 1on
on on Basket B sKet mountain with itlls ils aged agedmotherleft agedmother agedmother
motherleft mother left the cabin and nd hajfan hour hourlater hQurIatOr hourlater
later was found with his hishead head blovrn blovrnoff bIonoft blovnoft
oft by a charge of buckshot bu k8hot fired rQ at atshort atshort atshort
short range Tracks of another person personposition i 5ron on onerp
were erp found near by on the trait trailpoiItIqi Th ThpOsItion
position of the body bod indicates that thntl thntlasn it itwasnot t twasnot
wasnot asn t touched after it had fallen A Arigid Ariglil
rigid rlgtdInesUgaUon Investigation will be instituted institutedBasket Int1tlutedBasket institutedBasket
Basket mountain has been bf en > the scene sceneof 5Ceftaeycictl sceneof
of several mysterious tragedies in the thecast theDnst themist
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WOUNDS KILLED HIM HIMshal
S SilverCity IV Clty N M f Aug 29City M Mat Matshal r r5hal
shal Kilburn JIb rn who wh was shqt < by b Io Ioard OW OWard tt4 tt4ard
ard Chenoweth while trying to disarm disarmliim dls disarmhim rm rmblm
him last night died from his wourids wouridstoday wou woutidstoday ds dstodn
today todn Chenoweth killed Constable ConctablePerfecto C ConstablePerfecto n tabJe tabJePerfecto
Perfecto Rodrlquea and wounded two txvoothers twoothers twoothers
others before befoxe he wastopped wa top bya byaofshot yaiq yaiqoshot jqad jqadDeputy
oshot froma fromasttotgin sh tgtm in 11 be ha haidf haidfDeputy d or orDoputy
Deputy Sheriff John ColliorV ColliorVblc Co1li Th1 Tii trt trtbk trerble
blc was thr result of a cjwbnj Jbo flglu
regularly gu larlY and has spent the day da sleep
tag quietly or talking with the memberof membersofslilt members membersof
of ofslilt hi htt family Beginning early in the themortxfng themorning then1orflng
morning wi wish h a splendid vase of sun sunflowers SUAftow sunflowers ¬
flowers ftow rs sent in by b a neighbor the sen senator HIPHor senator
ator has had mesages and flowers from froma froucry
a very cry large number of friends These Theseremembrances Theeere Theserenlembrances
remembrances re upon his birthday birthda have havebeen bavebeen havebeen
been to to him a source of great com comfort comfort consfort ¬
fort His condition remains unchanged unchangedand
and there Is no gain In his strength strengthCONDUCTOR stre strengthCONDUCTOR th thCNDUCTOR
CONDUCTOR KILLED KILLEDNEAR KILLEDNEAR KILLEDS
S NEAR NEARHELENA HELENA MONT MONLHelena MONTHelena MONTHelena
Helena Mont Aug 29 29ntchard Richard J JBaudjjcrry JBaud JBauderry
Baudjjcrry Baud erry a Great Northern conduc conductor conducI conductor ¬
tor vtes nas S instantly killed just west Wf st of ofthe ofthe
I the city limits 11m Its today toda The car ea ou outrAck OilI ottwhich
I which he was standing jumped the thetrackat
trAck tr trackat Ck3t at the point where the Northern NorthernPacific NorthernPacific NorthernPacific
1 Pacific Rimini track crosses the Great GreatNorthern GreatNortiern 1 1Nort
Northern Nort em and Baudberry was cut in intwo Intwo intwo
two WillIam Tobin a brakeman who whostood whost whostooti
stood st od beside Faudberry was not in Injured Injured
jured Baudbarry was 50 years old and amileaves andleaves andleaves
leaves a wife and sevenchildren andsee11ehUdrenWORK an sevenchildrenSTORK seveitehildreiiS seveitehildreiiWORK
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WORK RESUMED RESUMEDJoliet RESUXEDIollet RESUMEDIoliet
Joliet Ills Aug 20 9The The plant of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Great Western Cereal company
Idle since last February resumed r to todaywith todaWlth todaywIth
daywith a full force The Thezte new ffltes ffltesgoverning rt1t rt1tg nttsgOvc1iing
governing g e nlng iron and steel s steelpmducts l products are arestarting a1est aretartfng
starting st rtfng every mill here hereMONTANA liereS 1 1MONTANA
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Butt Mont nt Aug 29 9Th 29Thestate ThVstate sl te con convention c consentlon n nent1on ¬
vention of the Prohibitionists ProhIbtionit ts o ot Mon Montana 11ontana Moistana
tana the first in the history of thte thtestale th thtaJe thh5tatc
stale for the purpose p rPose of placing placlnSan placlnSanntfre anentire an tnentirestate
entire entirestate state ticket in the th field willbe willbeheld wm w11lbeheld be beeld
held eld here tomorrow In the evening eveningthere cve eveningthere ing ingthere
there will be a mass meeting at whipli whiplithe whI whiglit l ltJePC
the tJePC t Jtet Hev gg 9 jMUler MlJ jUezctf of BlUJngp J3JUin s one oiieof 01 onetlitC
bfh tlitC prot promInefll iMmttmPQmnc temperance 1QlIkers 1QlIkersbt
of ini fh state wllibr will mbf bc one of the speak speakers pPflkf ¬
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AASmNGTOX 1 1ASHIXGTOX Aug 28 29ChaInnan 29ChaInnanJ Chairman ChairmanJoseph
W vy Joseph J seph Babcock of f the RcpublL RcpublLcan Republcan
can congressional committee to today toa toslay ¬
day a expressed exprosscdthe the opinion that the th5present th thpresent thepresent
present Is the th closest closestcongressionai closestcongressionaietlmpafgn congressional congressionalcampaign congressionalcampaign
campaign he 1 has ha experienced since 1S9S 1S9SWhat lS98What 1S9SWhat
What are arethe the conditions which makethe makethe make makethe
the congressional campaign closer this thisyear thi6year thisyear
year than it has been since 1SOS ISDST Mr MrBabcock MrBabcock MrBabcock
Babcock was wasasked wasaskedHThe asked askedThey j jThey
HThe They diffe ti1ff1 siIff in localities J IO nlttles lie e re reI re8PGDCied1 respeeded
I speeded 8PGDCied1 1 In some the conditions re result result resuit ¬
sult from the character cl actcr of the national nationalI naUonacampaign nationalcampaign
I campaign la others the conditions oon ltIons are areI aCalmost areJnot
I almost entirely e local Then in some somecases somecases someeases
cases the difficulty is over the kind of ofmen otmen ofmen
men nominated for congress In Ne Nebraska Nebrash e ebraska ¬
braska wJtere there are six members membersof
of the house to fight for the Demo Democrats Democrats Democrate ¬
crats have abandoned aband ned the national nationalcampaign natlonalcamp nationalcampaign
campaign camp ign They The have fused fus d with the I
Populists on the legislative and con congressionaL conCS810flaI I Igresslona1
gressionaL CS810flaI tickets but not on presi ¬
dentin de tJat electors el ctors Nearly all congress congressional congresaiPnal congressipual ¬
ional ipual districts hv hi the state are close closeWe
We redeemed four of those districts districtstwo dIstrictst districtstwo
two t years ago ago gi but buttbeY they have been beengoing beengoing beengoing
going one way or the other by very verynarrow verynarrow er erDarrow
narrow margins marginsnot not by 200 or 300 or orbut orbut or4W
4W but In some > instances by 12 or oror 13 13or i ior
or 20 voles Now the congressional congressionalcommittee congressionalcommittee congressionalcommittee
committee has to go in there without withoutthe withoutthe withoutthe
the usual support from fr m th the national nationalcommittee nationalcommittee nationalcoinntteo
committee committeeThere committeeThere coinntteoThere
There Is not much Interest in cam campaign camPalgn camPalgn ¬
Palgn literature said Mr Ir Babcock BabcockWe BabcockWe BabcockWe
We are areending sending out speeches on the thetariff thetartft thetariff
tariff and some matter relating to the thePanama thePanama thePanama
Panama canal also a few Democratic Democraticspeeches Democraticspeeches Democraticspeeches
speeches like that of o Bourke Cockran Cockranon
on the tariff But we have not had a areal areal arent
real campaign of education since 1S96 1S96I
I i have never sent out as many man docu documents documents documents ¬
ments in any anyone one year yc r as then thenWe thenWe thenWe
We expect to have a good deal of ofspeaking ofspeaking ofspeaking
speaking There are about a dozen of ofthe ofLhe ofthe
the leading Republican members of the thehouse theDouse thehouse
house on whom we are relying Chief Chiefamong Chiefamong Chiefamong
among them of course is Speaker Can Cannon Cannon an anDOn ¬
non who is a splendid votegetter on onthe onthe onthe
the stump He Is going to start out oatsoon outaoon outsoon
soon by special train and will be ac accompanied llCcompanied tc tccorupanied ¬
companied on a part of his trip by
Representative Watson of Indiana and anden andtn anden
en the rest r of hitrip his trip by b Representa Representative ¬
lIve Adam Bade of Minnesota MinnesotaMr
Mr Ir Babcock returned to tp New York Yorktonicht Yorkten Yorktenirht
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tonicht ten tenirhtFIGHT ht htFIGHT
FIGHT OVER ESTATE ESTATEOF
OF MRS J H McVICKER McVICKERi McVICKERcwca McVICKERug9Josgph
cwca i RfateagQf A Aug29Jos ug9Josgph g J8T Joseph Ph H Strong Strongpublic Stronlpublic Strongpublic
public administrator of Cook countjs countjswas eouutywas ouot ouotwas
was appointed administrator of the tb es estate cstate estate ¬
tate of Mr Mrs nr J If McVicker widow of ofthe orthe ofthe
the veteran theatrical managerby mana cr b by the theprobate theprobatf theprobate
probate court today This action on onthe ontbe onthe
the part p rt of tbe soninlaw of the dead deadwoman deadwoman deadwonsan
woman is the opening move in what whatpromises whatpromjseg whatpromjses
promises to be a sensational legal legalstruggle legiIstru legalstraggle
struggle stru gle The papers pape of administration administrationwere
were issued on application of Horace HoraceMcVicker IIorneeIcYikor HoraceMeVieker
McVicker the stepson of the deceased deceasedThe deceasedThe dcceasedThe
The value of the he estate est te is said not to toexceed toexcfed toexceed
exceed 235080 080 As Dr L C H Zejg Zejgler Zcj ZcjIr Zeigler
ler is in possession Jlo ion of the remains rf > malns of ofMrs ofIrs ofMrs
Mrs Irs McVicker cYIt > k r and will w I bring brln them to toChicago toChkaJo toChhago
Chicago there may be a scene when wJienthe uhoothe whenthe
the body reaches fen hes here her since the rela relatives retates relatires ¬
tires intend to take charge of the thebody thebody thebody
body and conduct the funeral Heven Hevenas even evenas evenas
as one of them aId if I it becomes becomesnecessary becomesnec becomesnecessary
necessary nec ry to t call < in the police to en enable enable enable ¬
able us to do so
WILL CROSBY CROSBYSTAY CROSBYSTAY
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Wyoming Wy ming Republicans RepublicansLre Are In a aQuandary aQuandary i iQuandary
Quandary QuandaryPOLYGAM1ST QuandaryPOLYGAMIST QuandaryPOLYGAMISTONTH
POLYGAMIST POLYGAMISTONTH ON THEllCKET THEllCKETBIG TICKET TICKETBIG
BIG BORN HORN ELECTOR BLEOlXOR TJ2JDES TJ2JDESPIRE UjDESFIRE U1JDERS U1JDERPInE
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A I 4 4ming ming mi S arc ha h havhi wg trouble with the thepeople tbeJeQpl thepeople
people wb W wii tfcinik lak polysamifets JOIniamIilt3ougbt polysamifetsought oIynustaought
ought not to be on Jecteral tickets A Atelegram Atelegram Atelegram
telegram from that st3a4 st yesterday y in indicated indicated Indicted ¬
dicated that the Republican ute slate com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee had been advised edt to pt t the theresignation theresignation thcresignation
resignation of Jesse W Crosby of Bis BisHorn Bi BiHom BiHorn
Horn colony who is one on of Ute Rouse Roosevelt ROO6Yc1t Rousevelt ¬
velt electors and put someone else on onthe onthe
the ticket t in his place or else look out outfor outfor outfor
for trouble troubleAccording troubleAccQrdfn S
According to report Mr Crosby Crobyelectoral Crocb Crocbnominee Crosbyelectoral
electoral nominee is the same Crosby Crosbywho Crosb Crosbwho Crosbyrho
who used to live In Panguitch Pan lth this thisstate tblsstate thisstate
state and an was charged with wlthpoln polygamybut polygamy pelyginybut my mybut
but was asDever never brought Wouht to trial beiiu beiiumo 1tei 1teiQ beintaio
mo Q of the beneficiaries of the th amnesty amnestyact amDe8tYnct amnestyact
act covering such cases He has been beena
a leading spirit in the colonization of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the Big Horn country in Wyoming an1 an1is anJIs anlis
is reputed r putcd to have taken onto himself himselfanother himselfanother e1Canother
another wife in I 1S7 or IStt ISttAs lSIBAs 1SI 1SIAs
As representing the strongest st Mor Mormon 14crmon ¬
mon community in Wyoming and as asan asan asan
an influential church official and nat natural natural ¬
ural leader be has been n a potent fac factor factor factor ¬
tor in Wyoming W onMng politics a fact recog recognized reco1nlzed recognized ¬
nized by b the party in its recentstate recentstateconvention receatlKateconelttfon recantstateconvention
convention when he was named as one oneof oneof oneof
of the three electoral candidates candidatesCommittee CRndtdatesCommittee andIdatesCommittee
Committee in a Quandary QuandaryApparently QuandaryApparently QuandaryApparently
Apparently the state committee Is in insomething Inomething insomething
something of a quandary since it Is Isknown i iknown Isknown
known to have had the matter under underadvisement underadvisement underadvisement
advisement for about a week and has hasnot ha6not hasnot
not yet announced announce its < decision either eitherto
to keep Mr Crosby on 0 the tIck or ask askhim ukhim askhim
him to retire retireA
A special cial to The Herald from Chey Cheyenne Cbe Cbeenne Cheyenne ¬
enne late last night quoted uotQd Chairman ChairmanVan C ChairmanVan airlDl1YanOrsdel
Van YanOrsdel Orsdcl of the state committee as assaying assaying assaying
saying that the matter of Crosbys CIOSb 8 re remaining Te Temalning rereaming ¬
reaming on the electoral ticket te being beingconsidered beinGconsidered beingconsidered
considered Mr Van Oradel adds that thatalthough thatalthough thatalthough
although it is known Crosby is a Mor Mormon Mormon Mormon ¬
mon Wyoming people have never ob objected obje ohjeeted ¬
jected je < ted to Mormons and many of them themhave themhave themhave
have served in the legislature 1 181ature and in inother InothEr inother
other important positions Mr Van VanOrsdels VanOrsdels
Orsdels admission that the matter of ofMr orIr ofMr
Mr Ir Crosbys retention on the tb ticket Uis Uisbeing is isbeing iibeing
being considered is accepted as conf confRrmation con confinnatiot1 contirmation
Rrmation of the report that objection objectionhas objectionbas objectiontins
has been made to his hlsremalnl remainingJt remaining g git
it is supposed the objection to Crosby Crosbywa Crosbywas
wa was tiled file from the same organization organizationwhich orgaDtzatiOAwhich organizationwhich
which objected V 10 > the nomination tion of ofD orD ofD
D H Cannon in Utah and that the thesame thesame theannie
same purpose is sought by the ob objectors objetors ohjectors ¬
jectors So far as can be discovered discoveredno dioverednoprotEst
no noprotEst protest has been filed from coin any po political po poUtcal polttcal ¬
litical source sourceTONS SQUtCTONS sourceTONSOF
S
TONS TONSOF OF ROCK PILED PII PIIUPONRAILWA PILEDUPONRAILWAY
1 UPON UPONRAILWA RAILWAY TRACK TRACKButJc TRACKBlitte TRACKBut
ButJc But e Mont 1l n Augr A1J ug JHJ 2QLA 2cinndbnrPt 2cinndbnrPtin A cloudbwiwt cloudbwiwtin c1 t tin
in Sliver Bow canyon lv 1a 1 > w wrou wrnl wrnlhavoc WtnUgItrhavoc life lifehavoc
havoc with the Northern Pacific tracks trackstwo tra trackstwo5 Jaii Jaiito
two two5miles miles esu est t of Durant and wreck wrecking wreckIng ¬
ing crews are now at work clearing clearingaway clearingway clearingaway
I away a mass of rock that was preripi precipitated preripitated preripititted ¬
tated upon the tracks tracksThe trackJI tncltiThe
The > storm broke last night and what whatwas whatwas
I was a few hours before hef re a dry canyon canyonj canyonwasaoon canyonwaseon
j was wasaoon aoon changed into a roaring tor torrent
I rent which whi h tore awnyrocks aWiY1tJc S and burled burledthem hurledtb burledthem
them tb m upon the track The > roadbed wa waalso wa waalso waalso
also wasted out anti au < traffic was de delayed de delayed dolayed ¬
layed several hours hoursIt hoursIt hoursIt
It is estimated that about twenty twentyfive
five tons of rock roekwere were piled upon the theJ
J Northern Pacific tTseks kg aRd anda saw aewgor sawgorge
J gorge gor e was formed by the force of the thej theI thewater
j water waterTWI waterTwo
I
I Two > bridges were swept ept away It Itwill Itwill Itvihi
will require twentyfour hour hour6to to re repair re repair ¬ I Ipall
pair the damage S i
FATAL SHOOTING AT PARK CITY CITYCharles CllTYe CllTYCharles
e
Charles Hegglond Lies at Point of Death and One Wester Westermark Westermark Westermark
mark Has a Bullet in His Leg LegTroub Trouble Troub Grew GrewOut GrewQut 6rewS
S Out of a Dispute Di ppte
Special to The Herald HeraldPark HeraldPark
Park City Aug 28 DAbout About 1 oclock oclockthis oclockthi ociockthis
this thi morning a a saloon at the upper end endf endIf
> If f Main street owned o ned and managed by byWilham b biUiam byWilliam
William Campi was the scene of a adouble adouble
1 double shooting and as a result resultharlps
I I Charles Hagglend lies at the point of ofI ofdeath
i I death patb and Charles Johnson is laid up upwith upwith upwith
with a buliet bulletin in his h leg le John Wester Westerj Vesterrnark
j I nark familiarly knownhere as John uJohnI Johnny JohnIly ¬
ny Il Jumpup is in jail pending the re 1 1uJt
I suit uJt of the mens injuries The shoot shooting 51100t1 ¬
I ing was the result of trouble which whichgrew hich I Isee igrew
grew see out ot ota a discussion on on the strike strikesituation strikeItuation
situation in Colorado Westermark was wasdrunk wasdrunk wasdrunk
i
drunk and was telling the t e people in the thesaloon t thesaloon c csaJooo
saloon how much money he had ha paid paidin pa1In paIdin
in assessments asse5s01 nts to help he p out the cause causeof causeof
of the striking miner Here the speak speaker ¬
er was interrupted by b Hegglond nho nhosaid ishosaid ho hosaW
said that the statements made by b Wes Westermarlt Westermark Yesterntark
terntark were not true To this Wes Westermark Yeetermark ¬ I Itermark
termark replied that tha t he had been pail pailto pnUto pailto
to keep k p such scabs as Hegglond Hegglondalive He Hegglondalive glond glondalive
alive Hegglond made some slighting slightingremark slightingremark slightingremark
remark and Westermark called him a aliar aI aI
I I liar whereupon wher on Hegglond struck Wes Westermark Westermark ¬ I II
I termark and in a fevv re seconds started startedto
to leave the saloon saloonAfter saloonAfter saloonAfter
After another speech on the thegtril strike strikesituation strikesituation e esituation
situation Westermark Vesterm k produced a 38 38AGED 38AGED 38AGED
AGED COUPLE CREMATED CREMATEDIN
IN THEIR HUMBLE HOME HOMEI2kh
i Ukiah Cal Aug 29 29A A house on the theI therand theranch
I ranch of Dr F CJiesbrecht Giesbre < ht in Redwood Redwoodvalley Red Rediroodvalley Ood Oodalley
valley has been burned to the ground groundNeighbors groundXetghbors groundNeighbors
Neighbors oh on going to Investigate the thecause thecanse thecause
cause of the fire were w rc unable to find findGottfried fin1Gott finlClottfrled
Gottfried Gott d Spycher and > his wife who whohad whohad whohad
had been taking care of the property propertyduring properturing propertjduring
during uring thedoctors the doctor s absence in the east eastand eastand eastand
and had lived lWe in the he house An inves investigation Inestigtfon InvesUgittion ¬
tigation shAtved hoed two corpses in the theruins theruins theruins
ruins both so badly burned as to be bebeyond bebeyond bebeyond
beyond identification idonU caUon It is supposed supposedthat suppose supposethat supposedthat
that both Spycher SpchQran and his wife were weredead weredettd weredead
dead before the flames consumed the thehouse thehouse thehouse
house or they would have been able to toescape toest1lpC toescape
escape The neighbors say that Spy Spycher Sp Spcher Spycher ¬
cher and wife Who had moved from fromSan fromSan fromSan
San Franejsco were ere both in ill health healthThey healthThEY healthThey
They wereboth about O years o ot age ageand ageand ageand
and were known tobe despondent The Thefine Theflne Theflne
flne country home of Dr Giesbrccht Giesbrcchtwhich GiesbrechtWeb Glesbrcchtwhich
which Web was only a few rods from the theburned theburned theburned
burned house escaped destruction destructionACCTDENTALLT destructIonAC destructionACCIDENTALLY
ACCIDENTALLY AC IDEN ALLY SHOT SHOTLondon SHOTLondon SHOTLondon
London Aug Au 29 9Albert Albert Vickers Vickershead Vickershimd Vickerslipad
head of the firm of f V3ckers VJckersiionts VJckersiiontsMaxImhasbeeflaenzIIyshQtya vSons vSonscomp SO SOM
M MaxImhasbeeflaenzIIyshQtya MaxImhasbeeflaenzIIyshQtyacompnIom iqtJI een 4cn tI7 hR C a aromp1nJouWJ1t
comp romp1nJouWJ1t compnIom niofnrivpJii wbie grouse shootlrig shooUnSjn shooUnSjnutherJanfu In InSutherland IntutheriasiiL
Sutherland His injuries injurf > s ar are not seri
r
f caliber revolver re ohfr and began aa to snoot shootThe oot ootThe
i The first bullet struck the retreating retreatingman trektingman
I man in the back penetrating his kid kidneys ktdneys kidzieys
neys and lodging in iahhJ lite abdomen Wen Wetennark Westermark
termark continue < shooting until untilhad ha hahad hihad
had fired four shots One of the stray
bullets hit Johnson who was Ittafn Ittafnby standing ta ing
by The bullet peiwtmted peftf rktecl his ahlph tla tlaJnfHcting tbigliinflicting
inflicting a severe ueslf tIelwounj eJfwJIt wound Patrol Patrolman Patrolman arol arolman ¬
man Weston eston was In She neighberhoML neigh
I and an hearing the allots ts i vent eat at to 1M thesaloon ne neI
I saloon Upon entering hr < wa w eon eonfronted
fronted by Westermark who w level 1 1his 1his Ihis
his sun n at the officer and snapped It ItThe UThe itThe
The cylinder however hoY er was empty Th Thofficer Thoffieer Tbotilcer
officer then arrested teti Westermark and andtook andtook andtook
took him to the city jail where he is Isnow
now
Hegglond the more seriously injured injureilman injuredman
man s a newcomer in town having re removed removed ¬
moved from Bingham some few fe month monthsago monthago monthago
ago He is about 2 2 years of age f and anda
a native of Finland His mother i inow Ig Ignow Isnow
now living In that thateountry country CounLY CouniyAttorney
Attorney Calien came up this th morning morningto mOrDl
to investigate the matter and arrange arrangefor
for Westermarks preliminary hearing hearingThe hearingThe
The hearing has hn been deferred pending pendingthe
the result r uJt cf Hegglords injury The Thephjsiclan Theph Thephysician
physician ph sicim In charge char says Hegglonds Hegglondswound H HeggIndswound JNI5 JNI5wound
wound fivill prove fatal fatalPROSPECTIVE fatalPROSPECTIVE
PROSPECTIVE STRIKE STRIKES i iON
S ON NEW fORK ORK SUBWAY SUBWAYj
j New York Aug AuWhether 29 29Whether Whether or not notthere notthere notthere
there will be a strike on the Elevated eieatedroads Elevatedrondslnd elevatedroads
roads rondslnd and the new subway depend depead8Iarg dependslargely dependlargely
largely Iarg Jy on the results of a conference conferenceto
to o be held tomorrow morning t om l1g between betweenEdward hetoeenEdward betWeenEdward
Edward P Bryan vice president and andgeneral andieneral andgeneral
general manager of the th Interborough InterboroughJtapkl litterborougitRapid t tHapid
Rapid Transit company com par and offieiitls offieiitlsoC
oC the Brotherhoods of Locomotive En Engineers Engineers Engineers ¬
gineers and Fireman The T Th 8 labor men mensay mensa mensay
say sa that the most mQ t important of sub subjects subjectsfor subjccts ¬
jects jectsfor for discussion is the demand that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the subway suba motormen shall receive receiveJ5O tve tverM
350 for a ninehour day dayFifteen daoFiftecn dayFifteen
Fifteen hundred h ndroo delegates c1el teS of the two twounions twounions twounions
unions have voted ol d unanimously to sup support su suport support ¬
port the demand of ofth the I L motormen motormenthat motGrmenthat motormenthat
that the drivers of otsubway subway trains shall shallreceive ShAllrect shallreceive
receive rect > le 350 The labor men at the theconference tileconference theconference
conference will include in Judt > Grand Chief ChiefTVarrcn ChI ChlWarren
Warren B Stone and ld First Assistant AssistantGrand A MsIstntGrnnd tnt
Grand Chief J J 1 Hurley of the Breth Brotherhood Brethcrnood Brethcrliood ¬
erhood of L Locomotive Engineers EngineersBELGIANS EnginLrsJ3ELGrANS EngineersBELGIANS
BELGIANS ARRIVE ARRIVENew AIUUV1ew ARRIVgNew
New ew York Y rk Aug ut 2S 29A A large pay payof pa y yOr yof
of Balgim Qlgjil onTpialsien route to the theSt theSt theSt
St JKJUi I L4Ujtt f eRpo epoItiot tiottr Uottarrtv arrlE arrtvvI1 r3 di Jiere U Uparty 10 10u toduybnEbe
duybnEbe u 1n7fhp Elteamtt 5tenmetErosahioI i ro Hlwnl Ti Tiparty t tparty
party includes induf s fJuillalime d dmcmbrr j t t tmembrr s sniembcr
mcmbrr of the th B Uplgian giah ruyal 1aduny icac1 i
UNION UN ION WILL NOT NOTBE NOTBE N UT UTBE
BE RECOGNIZED RECOGNIZEDPackers
4 4Packers
Packers Will Treat With the theMen theMen theMen
Men as individuals individualsSTRIKE IndividualsI IndividualsSTRIKE
5 I
STRIKE HAS HASNOIBEEN NO NQrBEEN BEEN ENDED ENDEDBOtEK ENDEDfJ ENDEDBoPB
fJ fJBOTH > <
BOTH SIDES LOOKING < BOS OuN OuNOONDITIONAIUBRBNDBR TJN TJNJICAGO UNOONDITIONA
OONDITIONA OONDITIONAIUBRBNDBR OONDITIONAIUBRBNDBRC ammBR ammBRI ammBRC
I
I
JICAGO Aug ug Si 5The Th The executive executiveI eseeuttvebeatti eci1t e eof
I C board of the Meat Cuur Cuurunion CUUT1union Cutrsunion
union adjourned after a short shortsession shrtae sh r rseiOn
session and the members th thrent thAi thAiwent a awent
went to confer with the th allie allietrades aUietrades aUet aUettrades <
trades council It was Wl s admitted admitteda dmitt tin thra tina
a proposition prOJX > ilition for settling the strikeha1 strikeha1been strike strikeha1been hart hartbeen
been arranged arid wouhfr wout be present pre presettto 1 < i ito 1to
to the council undl fir action but the de details details details ¬
tails were ere withheld withheldThe withheldTbe withheldThe
The peace proposition was di diICUCc diICUCcIt diecus diecusby cu cT cTby
by It the th allied trades council but or orcount a acount 1count
count of the complicated nature o of th thproposition thproposition o oproposition <
proposition the council < adjourned with without without without ¬
out taking action The labor repre representatives Itprsentaties reprosentatives ¬
sentatives will meet the aid atdermsi atdermsicommittee rmri rmricommittee nj njcommittee
committee today tOOa > and the proposition propositionwlR propoaitjriii
wIll iii be taken up again tomorrow tomorrowEarly tomorroWEarly tomorrowEarly
Early trains arriving arrlyi r at the sto st < k kyards kyard kyards
yards were ere thronged about 12900 1 m inand i iand IaDd
and women being taken in The Th crowd crowihowever crowdhoweer crow crowbowever
however proved to be the usual throne throneof thr throf
of strifcebreakers st hreken and there was i isuggestion Jsu 1suggestion >
suggestion su of o disorder 1i rder Desertion Desertionfrom Desertiolefrom > q qfrom
from the ranks of the strikers > rs weN nf nfgreater Jln Jlnater n ngreater >
greater ater than usual on Monday Monda They Theyapproximated Tblyapproximated Theyapproximated
approximated about KM KMConference IHConference 151Conference
Conference Refused RefusedApplication 1te RefusedApplication used usedAppileatkJn
Application was made to th thp packers packersby pacl paclby a aby
by the stock yard strikers today fnr fnra fora fnra
a conference the purpose urpos being beingbring beingbring beingbring
bring about peace In the conflict Th Thconference Thronfert T Tconference
conference ronfert > nce was w refused by the packer packerThe packttiPThe packerrho
The application was made by the th ai ailied a alied t tlied
lied trades council and was a addre < i < lre3e M Mto oito < l lto
to J Ogden Armour and his associate associateMr 2SN ClatPIr assoclatMr
Mr Ir Armour immediately called calledother th thother t 1 1other
other heads of the big bl packing plants plantsinto pla1iiinto plai plaiInto
into session When the meeting was wasended wUended wasended
ended a communication n was addressed addressedto
to President Pr sident Donnelly and his hisates associ associates as 4 4ates ¬
ates declining the conference The rea reasxm 13OOtt 3 3son
son given was that no good could cov covfrom CO7from eotfrom
from it itTwo It ItTwo
Two hundred employeR at a plant plantthe plantthe n ntbe
the American Can company < ompan went IUt IUttoday < u utoday Utoday
today because the company was fu funfehing fuI firnishing
nfehing cans to the packers Invwi Invwigation Inn i iptions I Igationsate
I gation gationsate are being made at the other otherChicago othtJChicaso otherChicago
Chicago factories faotori of the company an4 an4the an anthe no1the
the leaders say if the company is II snn snnplying sutplying U Uplying >
plying cans to the packers pa < ker8 in violation violationof violatiof ioltip ioltipof
of their agreerniNit a Ifo81Itl1t to not do so SI SIthe iltrHr iltrHrthe Iltrrlrbe
the be continuance of the butchers strIK strIKthe strI strIthe trl trlthe
the employes of f the company all < t or orthe r rth rthecountry
the th thecountry country will be called < out outWith OUtWith outWith
With the strike relief fund < il dphI dphIand deplil pht I Iand 1and
and crowds of hungry > men vainly vainlyscramDling vlnlyscramuling ainl ainlSCnunnUng
scramDling for food at the eomniwarr eomniwarrstores roTIm n nstOles 5 5stores
stores It taxed ta the labor Ieadr to ti ttni ttnia ni nia > 1 1a
a way to prevent ent a a stampede tu th thnonunion tl1nou1InkNIraAks thnonanion
nonunion nou1InkNIraAks nou1InkNIraAksWalt ranks ranksWait ranksWait
Wait until unt n tonu toiajsrrow > rrpw HJd nrl TVR i hnil an iiilpreet hniltbry iI iIIIl
IIl preet t to the prjsa fpropjasl pror a I whi whit1lf s ho hothey
they cnt t decMSe d decNeTo To 0 accept Hi lIY y toM toMtbe tIitile tollthe
tile men menr
manPaokers
r f Packers Ultimatum TUximatuuiThere UltimatuUlIa UltimatumTbtre
There is rkHhiHg r othi left Itkfer ie for f He i te ni mth mthAt UOI < u ubut i S Sbut
but uncoMitional stlrn stir 1 pndVr cr saM saMpacker a apacker s spacker
packer Thf h < kaden 1 ader should r rt t h htate hI htate
tate in calling the strike off o ft sithe hat hatthe h 1 t tthe
I the men who are anxious emi III fii fiiwork filark fint fintwork
work ark Man tan r pI > them will be bein rehircrt rehircrtin h ri riin
in packing towns < but there > r rsands fhi thl1 thl1ndfl > n nsaads
sands who must look elsewhere f for forpIoment em employment COployment ¬
ployment and they should bo 1 4epet 4epetso lep lepso l pi piso
so they can an begin their huit f w wIutsidt > rk rkoutside rkoutside
outside the st f tock < xk yard1 It In l Ies Iesntake s ii iimako Jin Jinmake
make any an different nee e what p ps pspupaL a p ppucal ppof5al
pucal the th strikfrs htLV h t snhniit A Ashall <
shall not deal with the th iniinn tJni Th Thonly Tnonl Tjvonly
only onl terms of surrendrr wv ii slifiH > HJ o nt ti tisider i iskier
skier kJ r will be I Is the return of th tilr men 1Ut 1UtThe iieIndividuals s sindividuals
individuals individualsThe IndividualsThe
The parking house teamwri tp31 r c cneet ri rimeet v vmeet
meet tonight to discnxs di th the udvi ild iMlify iMlifyof ht1i hI1iof
of declaring th the strike oT so > far ns nsfhey 1 1bey asfhey
fhey are concerned concernedIt
It is understood UJl nitoo that the pea > r pat patwhich > ai t twhich
which hicb the tb leaders Jea flS have > prepared preiarcItides ir iras 1 11id
1id tides that the melt shall bt takn bJo bi
as 5 union n men and nd the vag vageffect ag l c
effect before he ort the t th ht strike be reiDgniz reiDgnizThe nlt rtiogiuiz1The > gIl iz 1 1The
The effort of the leaders Jeadf is i K I d dsome dt dtJIO thsome
some JIO 1e means of surrerrfler ihai I its oan oanconstrued an anoonstrUd a n nconstrued
construed as 3 a sHtleirent sHtleirentAbsolutely ottlernentAbsolutely
Absolutely nothing in Mayo Iv Ivriaons p ttrlsons
riaons words or s summartewl th result resultthe r rciultthe < ult
the meethg of the aMermani < < cire mu m it
ire namee n to mediate te if p psi > s ii > > lf i itbe H Hthe
tbe stock yards strike after aft r it had aJ a4jounied
journed today The committee does i i iexpect texpect
expect to meet again againPresideiit agninPresid4n
Presideiit Donncilv v of the fh hutcher hutcherMatthew huahtraUbew huchcrMaittheii =
Matthew Tarr arr Nicholas Gi Ok and a 1 Joh JohFitspatri Jo JoFitzpatrick
Fitzpatrick k met the aldermen in i i Mavr Ma > r rBarrleons
Harrisons office offl > They The roportl rPQl i th thc thctbf tt tttheackers
tbf theackers oackers refused to make any a r y cvr co
cewtons citselonsNo ns
No o evidence f klence was ua offere ofte tl < l a an i In < > violi ioLt
tions cf c health laws in housing WU L fin finployes cnployss m mplop
plop > s at the stock yards rds Mr Dont <
saying he e had not yct t jNp repired red th thdata thdata thdata
data ThE union leaders withrtr withlrw w sni snit3It ni n nTHt
not k IoNt > re afterward the committ committee e < e arl arljoarned arJjoumcd ad adjourneil
joarned
No Action Taken TakenTwo TakenTwo TakenTwo
Two important meetings were haM hll heMlabor d h hlabor hJabor >
labor unions tonight tOIl ht to diaiuM dh UM tb tbpacking ti tipacking
packing house strike but no action wa was wastaken w
taken at either gathering gatheringThe
The first meeting was wa held by th thpacking thpacking ti tipacking
packing house teamsters tesmst > r who wnt out outon oi oion ut
on a sympathetic strike The seesio seesiowas s siiowas io ioWas
was turbulent but the sentiment nt at w wstrongly WIi WIistrongly icostrongly
strongly against returning to work workCornelius
Cornelius Shea loader of the national nationalorganisation nation natinnttorganization l lo
organization o anisation of teilmstErS teamsters was as rresn rresnHe PreM1He renen renenRe
He asked the men to take a vote ote s sthe n nthe
the question of whether they ih would wouMreturn wouldreturn oul oulIfttJrn
return to work but tn t ihy il > refused r > ufed t ttake 1take ttake
take such a vote Several speakers wh whadvocated Wladvocated w wadvocated
advocated the vote were shouted dew dowrAfter do doAfter r rAfter
After the adjournment > nt of tWo tb tean teamsters teansters teansters ¬
sters meeting the representatives represED tat iVe > 5r 5rthe J T Tthe rthe
the allied a11 trades employed in th the SIOCK SIOCKyards st stnnt stecyarde
yards held a meeting Nothing v vsettled v vsettled
settled 8 ttled at a t this gathering and the meet meeting medwfll inestlug ¬
lug wfll be resumed restHr in the mom morning morningbJle mornIngWhile ing ingWhile
While bJle declining to enter into detail detailHomer deut1Bomer detailHomer
Homer D Call secretary secretar rretaT of the Botch Botcher ¬
er Workmens union said the > execu executive exe executive < l1 l1tlye ¬
tive board had considered the question questionof u uestIoi uestIoiof t 111 111of
of calling off the strike strikeWe strlkeWe strikeWe
We canvassed ed the entire p PsNOI1 PsNOI1said ssssinnsaid ssijori ssijorisaid
said he but mt action was postponed pof > un until until ustli ¬
til morning morni 1 There was as some sentSninr sentSninrexpressed sentimrexpressed t texpressed
expressed in favor faH r of continuing thc thrstrike thtstrike thcstrike
strike It also appeared that one onetwo on > n no otwo >
two o of the th members of the board nrign nrignbe nngnbe mignbe
be in favor of declaring the strike at atan atan atan
an end endTRYING endTRYING
5 S STRYING
TRYING TO GET TOGETHER TOGETHERFrankfortontheMaln TOGETHERFrnnk TOGETHERFrankfortontheMaln
FrankfortontheMaln Frnnk ortonthellain A as tt 3 3RepresentativtS 3 3Representatives 3Representatives
Representatives of elsht transAtlar transAtlartic t ra n A tla T Ttic S
tic steamship ten hl lines began a ronferen ronferenhere sonerenhere t n nIaere
here today that may m settle the passen passenger pLI8nger pssonger ¬
ger rate I t < war Those present were tr H He HeBa1lin Wrr WrrBalhin < T TBallln
Ballln dlrwtot W general gfn ral of the th Ham HamburgAmerican Ha HerburgAmerican I Ib1Jr
burgAmerican b1Jr merhan line Georpo Geor Plate and andH 9111H a4H
H Grand of f the North UrmanLloyd UrmanLloydline ri r anL1ty anL1tyUn
line Un < J T Bruce Bru li l bsmay may and S t Anderson Andersonof
of tlw White Star jibe J 1 Van an Eurhlan Eurhlanan Eu nrh1an nrh1anand h1a1 h1a1and
an and l Herr H tt Vandertcpn of thr Holland HollandAmerlbnn TloI1andAtJ1fIpdnn HollandAmeridmi
Amerlbnn line H HC C Tatrel of ti tiFrench tip tipFrpnCb liiFrench
French TransAtlantic TransAtlantIcCount41loe rompany Court CourtColiaelller CounCotJndlf
Coliaelller r Emit Kuraudcr Kut adrr of tb tbf t > > Hun HungarfanAdriatic HUiJgarian HuitgarfanAdrlatfr
garfanAdriatic garian Adrltt itSiinnanv and Edwa EdwaStrass ltdwad
1 Strass Stra Strasssr lr r of the 111 Red Star line tin Au Au agT agTrt agnf > f
ocri rt I 15 not Uk likely > l to bf > r reaebej acb t tosy y

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