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PRESSED HARD Y JAPS JAPSRUSSIAN
RUSSIAN ARMY MOVING BACK BACKKur9patkin
KurgpatkinvReports Kur9patkin Reports ThatThis That This sMoveIs Move 1saPart Part of ofS ofArranged
S Arranged Arranged Strategical Play v < 1 4 4is
0 0Citygf
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Citygf Liao Yang is is Burning arid There Appears fi toBea Beia Lull Lullin Lullc
c i in iii the Fighting f
Bftypna BQyt establishing thVfact the fact that thatKurQjfatkin thturqjtt1i
KurQjfatkin urqjtt1i has withdraw the viain viainporting ulainor1i1
porting or1i1 tiE f Jits ii forcestp forceo ti horth bank bankof b bIf
of If theTaitee the TaI1e river and that the actfcm actfcmis atfon1is
is stillin sUII i1 prosces todays tedwyd1spitche tedwyd1spitcheel dispatches dispatchesdo
do el not give a eloar el ar id idea of the Ui situa situation sttua1oT ¬
tion 1oT at t Llao Yang YangAccepting YRflgAcecUng
Accepting St Petersburg advices at atIheir sItIheir
Iheir face xnlue it Is seen that the theRussian thtRufin
Russian comtnaridea comnnCjffetd effected a paVL paVLreUrernent
reOrcment placing the river btwW btwWhimself betwEethhnsot
himself and nd the main m1n1iei1y l tfy of tt tM tManete Jttit Jttitanese
anese and nd at the stime time establish establishing eetabll3hIng ¬
ing a position that vflU W1Ienb4e enaWe him to tooppose tooppose
oppose the force under General Kuroki Kurokiwhich KurokivbIck
which succeeded in croaaiug th tt river riverahd riverahd
ahd tM nor ndw attacking the lus tusaian ian left leftThe IflThe
The fame dJspatche say Y that the np nppition i it1fl
pition t1fl Kuiopatkiu now occupies occupf1s is the theone thtone
one he had prepared and fortified and andv
r v here lie h all aI along manned to tomake toiiake
make > n iocqnfl stand instflbd of di dir diret1y1fl
r ret1y1fl > < tly fti hfl iIIround ground Liao Tangwith Tangwiththe Yang with withthe
the rlwr at his back as has been be believed beIkci ¬
lieved lievedOn Ikcioh
On oh the other hand Tokio dispktch dIsjIchtJ S Spiy
J piy f1 tfcat ue Ruslans were cloy cIoBalyit cloypres1
pres1 Th3d much dl5org nized in tLe1r tLe1rtewent
it tewent eirent acroas aero the river There Thereport The r rport ¬
port from iMarshal TarshI Oyama that he henaa beW3
naa yesterday engaged with the Rus RusFiafl
Fi Fiafl u oento would Indicate that at
least a portion of Kuropatkins army
J still on o the south bank of the river
While it Is not definitely stated that
the Japanese have occupied Liao Yang
TMtlo ko reports thai tIia the town Is being
burned It does riot appear that the
Japanese main army has us e yet crossed crossedthe crossedthe
the Taltse and details of todays fight
Ing are ar entirely lacking Oyuma re reports raporta ¬
ports that his losses from Aug 28 to
September were 10000 v The Russian Russianpasuftlties RussianQaSUtIttes
pasuftlties of Aug 31 and Sept X are araKiven aregiven
given in official repprts as a 5000 killed killedand kIlledahd
and wounded woundiT
T OKIO Sept 21M 2 1010 a m flThe The fight flghUI
I I lute at Liao Sang was continued continueduntil continueduntil
until a late tour rour last night It Itwas It1as
was 1as resumed at dawn today The fate fatef
f the greai bulk of the retreating retreatingBussian retreatingRussian
Russian army hinges upon the bray bravery braycry ¬
cry and fortitude of its left flank Be Before 13efore ¬
fore falling back General Ituropatkin IturopatkinIntended uropatkihIntended
Intended that his laft to the eastward ea6twardand
end northward of Liao Yang should shouldbe shouldbe
be gr alily stijengthened in thfe th hope Q Qchecking Qchecking
checking General Kurokis advance advancevround adrftfleiround
vround his flsfik and to protect his hisline 1113line
line of retreat and communication The Thetrrratest Th Thgietst
trrratest portion of o this hi8 proteellng proteellngforce protet1ngforce
force s setins fins to have been massed in inthe inI
the I be n nWhborlioocl rhborhood of Heiyingtal Heiyingtaltwelve Heiyingtatt
t twelve mfleti inflortheast ortheastrof oC Llaa Yang Yangwherl Yangthere
there it was fWroely aaeaulted by byneral byeneral
neral Kuroki at 11 oWlock 1oek Thursday Thursdaymorning Thursdaymorning
morning morningThe 1 1The
The result of this lighting is not notknown notknown
known If Kuroki wins and strikes strikesth
th flank of the retreating Russian Russianarmy Russlailnrmy
army and reaches the railroad It will willT wIlIpa
T pa > ac the Rueaians in a most serious seriouspredicament serIoUspredicament
predicament predicamentYesterday predicamentYesterday
Yesterday the Japanese managed to tointerfere to1ntrfere
interfere seriously with the train ser service servie ¬
vice vie from Liao Yang They used some someguns someguns
guns captured from theRussians to together together ¬
gether with some of their own to tobombard to1tn1jrd
bombard the railroad station at Liao LiaoTang LiaoTang
Tang thus preventing the entraining entrainingcf
I cf if Russian troops troopsFew troopsPew
Few details of the pursuit of the theRussian theTtusslan
Russian right have been received received1ere
I 1ere ere It I te evident that the Russians RussiansHre
ire metrJngback slowly contesting the theground thegound
ground and shielding their movement movementas
as n far as passible passibleNathtnt PGIb1CNotlttng
Nathtnt ej nearnlig > the actual oc oeeu oeeu3ation < u uation
3ation > ation of Liao Yang has been received receivedh reeeivedhre
h hre re Official dispatches indicate that thatthe thatI
the I he Russians were still in possession possessioncf
cf Liao Yang this Friday morning morningThe morningrue
The list of casualties in the fightsg fightsgbefore fight VR VRbefore
before Liao Yang is growing and the theindications theliuliciitions
indications are that It will prove to be bethe be1e
the bloodiest battle since the Franco FrancoPrusslKn FrancoPrussian
Prussian war The calculations of ofcasualties ofcasualties
casualties must include the losses lossessince 1osesslne
since Aux 23 for the contest has been beenpractically bctiiIractiea1ly
practically continuous continuous6lnce since then The TheJapanese TheJapanese
Japanese have already reported over over25OO
25040 men in killed and wounded woundedJTJLL woundedLulL
LulL IN PIGHTING PIGHTING3lussiaiis PIGHTINGI
I 3lussiaiis 1ussi Are Confident GGhat hat Time TimeWill TimeWiU
Will Turn Tide TideSt
St Petersburg Sept 3 310 a m mThe inThe
The text of the dispatch sent to the thetzar
tzar 5 by General Kuropatkin Thursday ThursdayeveNIng
evening the the most of which was given givenUt
out Ut by the war oflloe and was vai cabledby cabledbytho
the Associated Press at 158 ock e1 e1Friday
Friday afternoon was not n t made public publicFriday publicFridy
Friday night as was expected It was waspromised waspromised
promised to the local press and was wasawaited wasawaited
awaited with feverish impatience until
2 oclock thin rooming when it was an announced anjiounced ¬
nounced that It would be issued today todayAll
All the he news therefore as fs as St StPPteriberg
Petersburg Is concerned is 1i contained containedin
in telegram from foreign sources and andth andthere
th there re Is painful suspense awaiting news newsurorn
from Russian sources sourcesContinued oureesontinued
Continued and dogged confidence in inJeneral inlencral
Jeneral Kuropatkin is expressed in Inmany
many quarters and the public general generally ¬
ly J as s well as many of the military au aniliorities
thurifies absolutely refuse to believe bHlerethat believethat
that Liao Yang habeen bru been abandoned abthdonedor abthdonedorif or orif
if It has been abandoned that General iieraI iieraICuropetkin
Kuropatkin is now in a better position positionto
to make it better stand north of the theTaitseriver
Taits Taitseriver river There seemed to be tin tinair unair
air of considerable confidence at Pe PetThof I
tThof Ffciflrty jJght A Au ofliclal who whoaw whoaw
aw the czar Friday afternoon said saidthat aldthat
that he vas extremely confident Ex Exjj Exprts
prts jj rts who are familiar with the nature natureof
of the th Intricate and powerful defenses defensesconstructed defensesCflWUCtOd
constructed north of Taltse river by byGeneral byGeneral
General Velitchko on one of Ruauan Ruauanforemost Russlasforemost
foremost army engineers believe that thatti
ti I l Japanese ajw facingan aJmost ln lnpoesible hit
poesible 3 ° asible task in attacking them espe especialb espetially
cialb with divided forces forcesIt
It if Dointed out that General Ku Kuroki Kuroki ¬
roki will hove to mak < > a considerable considerabledetour I Idetour
detour to reunite his hi forces Th Thbridge The TheI <
bridge heads abuttins on the north I
bank of the Taltse river are strongly j
defended by entrenched artillery while whileIt j
It is said tiLt there Is a strong mirl mirlguard rear rearguard
guard still on the south bank to contest contestthe contestI
the Japanese advance thus making the I
bridges utterly utteriyinipraeflcab Impracticable for a Jap Japfore Japariese
ariese crossing The river Itself there
fore become an fl important factor in
the general scheme of defense defenseA
A temporary lull In the fighting
would not be
surprising The men on
both sides have already made almost almostthat almostsuperhuman
superhuman efforts arni It is thought
that there must soon be a let up of ofsome orV >
V some sort sortThe sortThe
The report that Rtiar Admiral Ok 1
toneky now In command of the th nnvAtfdren naval navalitlort j
fdren at PurL Artiur is to be eotIrt4 eotIrt4marUaled
marUaled 2ack csnflrmatoa csnflrmatoapoEsibly itlort ThestorA ThestorApossibly >
possibly origlrfat d In the same souras soure
as thejgarller the earlier reportof report Mis4 itis deposition depositionand
and ofhfs suiclfde at PortATrthur PortATrthurEHOH PosLArthur49M
EHOH 49M JAFA1PS VIEW VIiw4dditioI VIEWjL
jL jLAdditional
Additional Particulars of the Bloody BloodyContest BloodyContest
Contest Arc Few FewToWo FewTokloSept
ToWo TokloSept Sept 2 9 a mA few addi additional addit4onaI ¬
tional details of the progress of the bat batI battie
I tie at Blho lio Yang reached Tokio at a alite
lite hoqf holj today todayGeneWrt todayGene1
GeneWrt Kurokis Kur kis right is continuing
to ju ros Jsi the attack at Heiyingtal seek seeking seeklug ¬
lug ground whence their guns will dom dominate dominate ¬
inate the rallroaQ ratir nd The troops under underGfneral underQq
Gfneral Qq jKuroki are re Jaded and weary
They haye been inarching and fighting fightingsince fightingsince
since Aur Au 23 but In spite of this they theyuttaOkfd theyattakd
uttaOkfd w with th spirit Tlie he Japanese are areconfident areconfldqztt
confident that they already have swept sweptback sweptback
back thtf strong Russian force with withwhiclvlhey withwhlchJhey
whiclvlhey have been engaged arid it is isprobable Isprobable
probable thaiwhen that when the details are areknown areknown
known It wlllbe vI1I be found f ud that a great greattrtgedy greattrtgedy
trtgedy was enacted today along the
Taitj Tait river riverThe i ii
i The ITuitss Tuits Is s floodad and cannot be beforded beforded
forded General Oku in command of ofthe ofthe
the Japansft left army has directed 4Iroctells
Ws ls onergleB to forcing the Russttfris to tothe tothe
the river rivetind find It is probable that many manywere manywere
were drowned there therej
j A private dispatch received hcr herro herroports a re reports ¬
ports that grout fires arc raging at atLiao atLiao
Liao Yang YangI
I Thisstatement Is not confirmed offi offidaily
daily Those fires are believed to re result resuIt ¬
suIt from the Japanese shelling or orfrom orfrom
from the oftocts of the Russians to de destrgy dcStJQy
strgy their stores preparatory to evac evacuation evacuation ¬
uation of Lino LabYang Yang with the addition additional ¬
al hope of Injuring the city as a future futureJapanese futureJajaneee
Japanese base basei baseUnofficial
i Unofficial estimates place the Rus Russian Russian ¬
sian forces In the vicinity of Liao Yang Yangat
at fifteen divisions of 15000 men each eachThese eachThese
These are probably excessive but it is isevident isevident
evident tht numerically the Russians Russiansexceed Russiansexeeo
exceed exeeo the Japanose JapanoseThe JtthoseThe
I The opinion that the Russian casual casualties casualties ¬
ties In the recent fighting will reach
30000 is confidently expressed In high highquarters highquarters
quarters here Neither Field Marshal MarshalOyama MarshalOyama
Oyama nor the Japanese army com commanders cornmanders ¬
manders has as yet estimated the Rus Russian Russian ¬
sian losses lossesIt
It seems that the Japanese avoided avoideda
a direct assault upon Uao Yang itself itselfbut itselfI
I but devoted their energies to the troops troopsoutside troopsr
j r outside the city and an effort to cut cutstrongly cqtoff
off the Russin retreat Liap Ypng is isstrongly
strongly fortified and it is possible that thatthe
the Japanese will not attaok the city
directly until they have succeeded in inisolating inisolatin
isolating isolatin it Should the Russians Iusians aban abandon
don Liao LiaofYangjthe fYangjthe Yang the Japanese Japati s wllVof wilL o ocourse
course entey enteyRUMOBS eritesBUIOB
RUMOBS ABE BIFE BIFEX BIFEConflicting aIFECcnficting
X
Conflicting News Puts St Petersburg PetersburgIn
In Suspense SuspenseSt uspense uspenseSt
St Petersburg Psterbur Sept 2 450 p m mAi Ai I Ioclock 1 1ceivod
oclock this afternoon the war ofjice ie iecoicd
ceivod a a dispatch frsm Peterhof sent ent 16
the emperor last night by General Kuro Kuropatkln KuroIatklfl
patkln dated 5 p m yesterday AH AHtrangmltted 4 4traumitted
trangmltted to th the war office for or publi publication pubilcatlpn ¬
cation the Information is extremely mea meagre metIre
Ire and only reveals the truth in the therq
light of the In rpretation of those who whoarOconrorsant
arOconrorsant rq conversant frlth the situation at Liao
Yang It is possible that this Is Jupti
fiable on dtratoglo grounds As commu commuthut commuit1ated
it1ated to the prets the dispatch statt
that anartille anartillelans an artillery battle proceeded tntII
the hour of sending it and that the Riis
lans were retiring upon their mats malapositions
positions that General Kuroki was at
taoklng the Rusatan left north of the th
Taltt clv Iv rtpLt tJat the ralroad station stationwhich stationwhich
which Is sItuated a mile northwest of
Liao Yang has been stt on fire by Jap ¬
anese shells that the station had been beentransferred beentransferred
transferred across tile river to a point pointon
on the north bank that Kuropatkin had hadpassed hzdpassed
passed lnrevf lnrevfdn nr the Third Siberian Siberiancorps SIber1a1corps
corps under General Ivanoff which suf sufbattle
feted greatly In the earlier stages of tho
battle on the east front and finally that thatthe
th the Russian losses for two days were
5000 oeo killed or wounded woundedThe wpundedThe
The dispatch as given out therefore thereforetloee
does not admit arnILbat bat General Kuropatkin
IB Li withdrawingaarosB wIthdraivlng aqrose the Tsltse rlyer rlyerentlrelv rFerentirely
entirely It Is possible that owing to tothe tothe
the pr pruro ffisure of ofti the Japanese the Russian Russianarmy Russianarmy
army as gtated tated in the Toklo dispatches diEpatchecwas
was tljron Into confusion and greatly
hammered hammeredIn
In the light of the knowledge that ths thsmain Ui Uimain
main positions of the Russians are on onthe onthe
the north bank of the river the dispatch
becomes intftllisriblv The artillery fight
during the day makes It evident that a ascreen t tscreen
screen of Russian guns was used to cove covethe covethe
the fovement turoos the river The guns gnnson gunson
on the northlbank doubtless were also alsoemployed alsoemployed
employed for this purpose being placed placedso
I50 so as u protect the railroad bridge span spaunlnp spannin
nlnp nin the Talt Taitse TaitseThe w
The review of the Third Siberlap SIbcr1ar corps corpsmentioned corpsmentioned
mentioned iiHe dispatch probablj refer
to < a march east O5t of thetroops the troops while whlccrossing whilecrossing
crossing the therfvor rfor it l bfug > lne imnos impos4jbl3 lbl < lo o
rupposa lPO that i Xermal review occurred occurredwhile occurredwhile
while til the ftSttlo was lnprogrissi lnprogrissiAt iiprogvesi
At 4 430 0 oclock clock this afternoon the war waroffice waroffice
office said It was entirely without news neivraof
of todays fighting but adde dthat the therailroad
railroad ratlro d between tilao Yang and Mukil Mukln Muklnwas n nvras
was oj open > en No press dispatches from the thefront
front had arrived up to the same hour hourThe hourThe
The suspense in St Petersburg is lnlenjf lnlenjfand lntenaUd
and the town i 10 filled with all kinds of ofrumors ofrumors
rumors ranging from a complete vie vietpry
tpry for General Kuropatkin to a dls
defeat ef th theRuiislans theRuiislansTk4o Russians RussiansTfkiQ
+ TfkiQ Sept 8 L 1080 a m niIt It Is isexpcIo 4
4 exptotad that the main strength 4 4 4of
4 of Field Marshal Oyamas forces 4 4to
4 to the southward will succeed this 4 4moriin
4 morrtiny moriin in crossing the yaltde atI 4
4 rivsK riv Gentrsi Kuroki yesterday 4
4 4 captured A portion of the heights heights4 heights4commanding 4
4 commanding Hoiyingtal and tt 4 4th 1 1is
+ is hoped that he will doillinate4
+ th the railway today The Russians Russiansf 4 4appear +
f appear to bo gathering at Yentai Yentiti4 Yentiti4o1l1ery +
4 collierj northeast of Liao Yang 4 f fJKTJBOPATKIITS
JKTJBOPATKIITS STRATEGY STRATEGYBelief STRATEGYBolief
Belief That Xeader Leaderof Of Qzars Forces PorcesHac ForcesHac
Hac Acted Wisely WiselySt
St Petersburg Sept 2 125 i2 p m mNo mNo
No absolute information has reached reachedthe
the war offloe concerning ttiblreporls ttiblreporlstHat tIi reports reportstilht
tHat Line Yang ang has as been occupied by bytbe byhe
tbe he Japanese but it is positively positivelyknown positivelyknown
known that General Kuropatkin had haddeolded
dcoided to withdraw from his positions positiOnssouth
south of Liao Yang to the north or orright orright
right bank of he Taitse river Tu Tues Tuesday s sdoy
day night and the orders were actu actually actually ¬
ally sfvan as stated In these dis dispaichest dispdtchoS
paichest yesterday The war office officepresumes ofIeepresumes
presumes that the movement was car carriedout cprriecloUt ¬
riedout gJnco the latest advices yester yesterday ycsterday ¬
day were that the crossing of the river riverwas rivervas
was not being opposed The fact dis disclosed disOIOOd ¬
closed for or the first time in these die dispatcUes diepatches
patches test night that thestrongest the strongct strongctRpsslan
Russian position prepared by General GeneralKurcpatkIn
KurcpaUtln wa wag not around the town townOf
of Liao Yang as the public had been beenled
led t to believebut lc1leYeb but on the right or ornIV1
nIV1 bank dCJibe Taitse river was a aguarded
guarded that thatonUnuon
onUnuon Izie 2
General Kuropatkias Tovement Was the Carrying Outof Out of aWell a Well DeJBne Idea rather Than aBetreatrSt aBetreatrStt a RetreatSt RetreatStc
t s le t Petersburg Dispatch tjl
44 S St
t e I IS
S
TRY TO FORGE FORGEMEAT FORGEMEAT
MEAT FAMINE FAMINEBoycott FAMINEBoycott
Boycott Against AgainstA1I Ail Meat De Declared Dcdared ¬
dared by Pres Donnelly DonnellyWEAPON DonnellyWEAPON
WEAPON TO FIGHT TRUSTS TRUSTSORDER TRUSTSORDER
ORDER EFEECTira IN CHICAGO CHICAGOAND CHICAGOaND
AND ST EOUiiSraOp LOUSrTOPYIIICAGO r r3r <
3r 3rjHlCAGO
jHlCAGO IIICAGO Sept Sept2LA 2 A mj rnit t famine famineF
C will be forcaiLaCaU forced at all casts It Is Isthe 5isthe
F
the best woi w gjj with whicji to tojfight tofight
jfight fight the trust packers pati ers I althoigii it itmay itmay
may not be welcomed by tho independ independents Independents ¬
ents Jfe Jfein I Iin
a
in these wdrds PresiclQri PresidoitPTDonneIly PresidoitPTDonneIlyof Dorinelly Dorinellyof
of the butchers natftjnal organization organizationtoday organizationtoday
today declared a boy boct colt against all allnicat allmeat
meat and announced uu t union mofti moftiwill mi miwiliqult
will wiliqult quit In all packing establishments establishmentsimmediately establishmentsimmediately
immediately regardless of where live livestock livestock ¬
stock is secured sacuredDonnellys securedDonnellys
Donnellys announcement was made madeat madeat
at the conclusion of a meeting of the theallied theallied
allied trades conference board boardThe boardThe
The executive board of o th the Retail RetailMeat RetaIlMeat
Meat Dealers assoplftuon of hljcago Cheagnhad hljcagoj
had just been In coiifcreflte zith Mr MrDonnelly
Donnelly and his associates iaving iavingI
I come to risk eortalcciacersions for the theI
j I independent packers an anj ailil iek thithdri
j ty to attempt to bring about a meeting meetingbetween
I between the packers and representa representatives representatives ¬
tives of the strikers strikersBy strikersBy <
By ignoring these latest attempts at atpeace atpiace
peace and by adopting such an ag aggressive asgreseive ¬
gressive step the strike leaders demon demonstrated demonstrated
strated their intentignf to make it a afight afight
fight to a finish finishPresident finishPresident
President Donnelly s Views ViewsThe ViewsThe
The following following statem staterntinc ic was given givenout givenout
out by President DpnnfUy DpnnfUyThQ DonnellyThe
The conference boa hpnid d representing representingall
all drganlzatlons invplved in the nres nresent present
ent packing house strike strlk has tok tttkqa < p > ac actiOfl
1 tion to place all meats on the unfair unfairI unfairlint
I list This order goes Into effect on Sat Sati
i urday urda evening Sept 57 at 530 51 The or orf ort
f des will be sent to every packing hqiise hqiisein house houseI
I in the country and no member of ot the themeat tlt
4 meat cutters and butcher workmen will willbe willhe
be allowed to dre drers j any animal anirpu until untilthe untilthe
the strike strli Is settled This action is the theresult theresult
result OT o 4 the request that tljat tle public publicI piblicXefube
I refuse to oat meat anno p IC4COI1 rsort no nomatter 110matter
matter tn whst capapitfif uapd iit jsmRlpy il in ini iI iIlmrdllng
i hanaiins nttoat must h a1lJ ndl lhis th rnnue wnc
after 530 p i ni in on Jttufflay 3hturtlii Th Thpackers Thpaeke4
packers have resorted to to extortion as asthe asthe
the result of the strike steike1 buying live livestock livestock ¬
stock on the hoof for almost nothing nothingand nothingand
and charging almost any price for thedressed the thedressed
dressed product The public will now nowbe nowbe
be given an opportunity to retaliate by byrefusing
refusing to eat meat until such time timeas
i as they can procure the same at a fair fairmarket fairmarket
market price priccTight t tTightening
Tightening Tight ninthe the Coil CoilIndications CciiIndications
Indications are that the five hide Independent hidepondent ¬
pendent packers within the stockyards stotrkyardsenclosure stockyardscneiosure
enclosure will endeavor to continue continueoperations
operations with union crewri Two of oftheir
their number received consignments of ofcattle
cattle at an outslBc outside railroad raUro d yard rd to today today ¬
day and will have thorn driven to the theyards theyards
yards through the streets JIthin the tlieyards theyards
yards jLhe independents are obviously obvionriypreparing obviouslypreparing
preparing for war yarH a wagon load of cots cotsli cltLa1uivIng
li riving bj bpen > en taken to one plant plantThe plantThe
The union switchmen employed by bythe bythe
the Chicago Junction railway in ha hadllns 1itn 1itnfling
fling stock yards business bus1eiiswi1i Will send a acommittee
1 committee to the packers today to toof tourge
urge a plait of seWetnthodetails seWetnthodetailsof
of jvhlch arc not now known knownSecretary
Secretary JIalley of the switchmen switchmendeclared wItehmendeclared
declared there would bo no strike be because because
cause the Chicago Junction Railroad Railroadready Railroadcorn
corn pany has x orcedfstrikebreakers orcedfstrikebreakersready
ready to step Into rheir thirplaces thirplacesThe places placesThe
The police record of the strlke at atthe atthe
the stock yards yardsstatlonttydate statlontpdate reads readsAssaults readsAsaulth
Assaults 46 murders 4 accidents
97 removed te hospitals 43 43BODY
+ + + + + + + + + 4k 4kBODY + + + + +
4
+ BODY IDENTIFIED IDENTIFIEDOgden IDEIDI
I S 5 5Ogden
+ Ogden Sept 2 2Thebody TheAody of the ticyoung + f ft t
f young man ground to un tn unrecog + f ff
4 f iilzable pulp by three passenger t ttrains
4 trains several days ago near nearPromontory nearPrqmontory +
+ Promontory Utah was found to tongbt 4
+ ngbt to be that of Alexander +
4 Havanlan a medical medicalgradu graduate te of ofYale 4
4 + Yale His nearest relative Kap Kaprid 4
4 + rid Terzlon Yerzion1of of Ngjyark Isj J 4 I
4 t was notiflecLandsentf notIfied and bent for his re reSt 4 44mains
4mains St mama tonight J i
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MISSOUR1AN MISSOURI AN SOAPS FAIRBANKS FAIRBANKSDeclaration
1 1Declaration
Declaration That Hajtl McKinley Lived LJv d It Would Be the theIndiana theIndiana
Indiana Senator and rid Not Roosevelt for forPresident forPresident
President
I ANSAS CITY Sept 2 Senator SenatoI SenatorIl
I Il Fairbanks formally ppen op n id dthe the Re Rev Iepublican
v publican campaign in Missouri to tonight tonight ¬
night The ceremony toql tookplae place ill illConvention ii iiConvention
Convention hall and ifttat hat immense Imnieiisebuilding immensebuI1din
building buI1din wasfilled was f1lled fn rnqsIpn hono honoorable
qsIpn TIeveptwas1eurn TIeveptwas1eurnorable
orable bj b the presence notonly iiotonlyOf of thtf thtfRepublican tht thtRepublican
Republican candidate candlate for vice presi president preeldCntbut ¬
dent dCntbut but by the presence of ofmnny mnny Xif Xifthe ofthe
the Missouri Republican leaders in including i ieluding ¬
eluding the candidates for mostof most of the thestate theitate
state and local offices officesTho officesThe
The day was devoted largely by Sea Senator Seaator ¬
ator Fairbanks to meetlhg personal and andpolitical andpolitical
political friends and 1to to a visit to Wan Kansas Wanear ¬
ear City Wan where he made a brief briefaddress briefaddress
address For an hour or more In the theaftenioon theafternoon
afternoon he stood in the patlers of
the Midland hotel and shook hands handswith handswith
with citizens who presented them themselves themselves ¬
selves among them them being manyformer manyformerresidents lnan3formcrresidents
residents of Indiana IndianaAt
At the meeting In Kansas City Kane Kanreference Kanereferejice
reference was again made toSenator toSenatorFairbanks toenatorFairbanks
Fairbanks availability as a presi presidential preidential ¬
dential candidate Itcame from rom State StateSenator StateSenator
Senator Cubbison who presided over overthe overthe
the meeting and was in the follqwing
terms termsIf
If President McKinley had lived livedSenator livedSenator
Senator Fairbanks would almost cer certainly certainly ¬
tainly have been the presidential nom nominee uomInee ¬
inee at this time but under und I the Circum Circumstances dircunistances ¬
stances all we can do for hlnfnow is to toelect toelect
elect him to the vice tiresidencv and andthen andthen
then nominate and elect him president presidentfour
four years hence henceIn henceIn
In his response Senator Fairbanks Fairbanksspokein Fairbanksspokein
spokein high terms of praise of Pres
I AI ASI1ETON Sept 2COIop1 2COIop1V
V V John M Clemohiet CIorn h1ef girartermas girartermaster utterrnn utterrnnt
ter t r of the Philippine dlyw dlywbeen dI i ibeen
been reprimanded by Gejidnil Hum Humphrey Hurstphrey ¬
phrey quartermaster genera for hja hjaaction hit hitaction
action in turning turning intoxthe United States Statestreasury Statestreasury
treasury the sum of 5423000 23QOO as s unex unexpended une unepended ¬
pended balance of the appropriations ppr prFatl iis
for the last fiscal year when as stat stated statod ¬
ed at the war department the money moneywas
was actually needed to hveet eet expenses expensesi
i of army transportation aria other work workof workof
of the quartermasters department It Iti Itis
i Is said that the service was as embar embarraseed cmbarruseed
raseed by Colonel Clems action as It Itseriously itseriously
seriously intereferes with the work Of Ofthe ofthe
the quartermasters department
ment bent Roosevelt saying that among amongaU amongall
aU the splendid men who had occupied occupiedthe ocetipledthe
the high office of presidont none had hadmanifested hadmanifested
manifested a higher purpose than The Theodora Theodort ¬
odora Roosevelt to1 to serve well all the thepeople thepeople
people of the entiro entirqaou country try He esc escpresaed
presaed his conviction that KansilT Wansst
would record her political support ofe ofepresidents uE uEprog1drntsedbrreLthe
presidents prog1drntsedbrreLthe eouce t the Noj N rpbti < mb < 6 6election
election and continuing said saidGreat >
Great issues are before us They in invite invile ¬
vile our fullest and most conscientious conscientiousconsideration conscientiousconsideration
consideration to the end that we may
decide wisely and well They should shouldb shouldbe
b be considered not in a narrow spirit spiritbut spiritbut
but in a broad generous patriotic way
There should enter into their contem contemplation contemplation ¬
plation no suggestion of either passion passionor
or prejudice Our sole purpose should shouldbe i ibe
be to reach that conclusion which whichip Is Isin
in harmony with our highest and best bestinterests bestthterets
interests We should support those thosepolicies thosenclicies
policies which after due and careful carefulconsideration carefuleenideration
consideration are most commended to toour toour
our judgment and we should give our oursupport oursupport
support to that party which will best bestadminister bestadminister
administer our national affairs affairsWe jffalrs jffalrsWe
We should put the great debate upon upona i ia
a high plane where where questions affecting affeetingthe 1 1the
the destiny of the republic should be beconsidered i iconsidered
considered and determined Republic Republican
an measure may be subjected to the theseverest theseverest
severest test and they will be found foundjustified foundjustified
justified by our past experience Re Republican R RPUbIICUH ¬
publican administration ad will hear the theclosest theclosest
closest scrutiny It will be found to tohave tohave
have been honest economical and sue successful sueceituful ¬
cessful cessfulRepublican ceitufulRepublican
Republican policies have kept pace pacewith pacewith
with the advancing needs of the coun country country ¬
try They have been broad and com comprehensive cornprehensive ¬
prehensive enough to meet the require requirements requhements ¬
ments of all sections and all classes
RIBUKD FOR IllS CJNOMY CJNOMYArmy
Army Officer Chief Quartermaster in Philippines Saved SavedMoney SavedMoneyto
Money Moneyto to Government and andWinsDis andWinsDisapproval WinsDis WinsDisapproval
I approval S 5 1
Perhaps the recent oyersupply y ywatermelons df dfwatermelons
watermelons on the local market will willbe willbe
be relieved today owing tothe to the nonar nonarrival nonarrival
rival in the city last eveningof evening 1j1 u uwagon awagon
wagon loiul of tha hcf frultf50m fruit ttkn Center Centerville Centerrule
rule There tvaB v i5 a runaway and the themelons I Imelons
melons were dumped along the th road roadsouth roadsouth
south of the hour mill near Warm Vitrn
Springs Boys of all sizes and descrip ¬
tion who seemed to come from every everywhere everywhere ¬
where scrambled for the fruit The Thoway Theway
way those melons disappeared would wouldappeal wOtldappeal
appeal to the heart of that class of ofmothers ofmothqrs
mothers who do so o love to see boys boyseat boyseat
eat eatThe
The boys did not unit for a cloth to tobe
be spread before partaking of the feast feastbut feastbut
but with jackknlves had soon divided dividudthe dividedthe
the luscious fruit among themselves themselvesThe themseLicmelons
The melons were cuf cu iti it thft th good oW oWILL W WWILL
WILL ILL MABRY ABRY HER LOVER LOVERBadelster LOVEBBadelster
Badelster Saxony Sept 2 2Investl 2Investlgations Investi Investigations ¬
gations pursued In behalf of the former formerguardians formerguardians
guardians of Princess Louise of Saxe SaxeCoburgr SaxeCoburg
Coburgr who escaped from her hotel hotelTuesday hotelTuesday
Tuesday morning show that afterscr afterscrcuring
curing her personarliberty personal JibertyIe1ntend JibertyIe1ntendsnekLn She Intends Intendsseeking
seeking snekLn a divorcewith divouqivithmarrying th urpb ofi
marrying Lieutenant LieutiatitCountMatIeb LieutiatitCountMatIebKegleritch Count Mata fchr fchrKcglevitch
Kcglevitch t v
General Hujnphrey haJf iniprmefl irohn Col Colonel Colonei ¬
onel Clem that his action tuti n is disap disapproved distpprqvcdand ¬
proved prqvcdand and W00151 woulilnot ilot have been taken tuknffhe takenit
ffhe it he had had a proper conception of ofturned ofhis
his clutieic Ihe mOney luwing been beentuvnpd
turned Into intothe the treasury is ikm uAuwby beyond beyondtlie nd ndth
tlie th control of the war department and andthe apdthe
the officers and it will have to be re reapprbpriated meappropriated
appropriated by congress to meet tx txistlng caIsting
istlng obligations It Is not unlikely
that Colanel Clem will be relieved of ofhispresent ofhlpresent
hispresent duties and re recalled illed to the theUnited theUnited
United States Colonel Clem is one of ofi ofthe
i the heroes of the war of the rebellion rebellionand rebellionand
and Is known as the drummer boy of ofChlckamaugV ofChiekainauga
ChlckamaugV because of his gallant gallantconduct gallantconduct
conduct during that battle battiewhi1 while serv serving1 servIng ¬
ing1 as a drummer in the Tiventyac Tiventyacond
I ond Michigan volunteer infantiy 1nfand
JOY OH JOY FOR THE SMALL BOYS BOYSWATERMELONS
WATERMELONS WATERMELONSSTREW STREW THE STREET STREET1
fashioned southern halfmoon style
Within u ashort short time after the bosp had hadreceived hadreceived
received their unOxpficted donation a a1 a1that l lthat
that remained of the banquet nvasa nvasafew iwas a aipeen
few gieen rinds cindsThe rindsThe
The tourists at the Warm Springs re resort r rsort ¬
sort who sawthe saw the spread wondered wonderedif
if it was a usual occurrence and ac accepted acceptsd ¬
cepted without question the glib st Stiry jry
that watermelon feasts of this desscrip
tion were of dally occurrence occurrenceJt
Jt fl all came about say witnesses b bit bitcause j
cause two farmers who were driving I IInto
Into the city at S ocjogk o lo k last evonins evoninsabused evnlngabured
abused their horses so o heartlessly that thatth9 thattw
th9 aniraals aniinalsrari ran awayoverturning the theload theload
load of melons that was being tak taken n to toiparket toiparket
iparket The men paid no attention to tothe tothe
the melons but continued along the theroad theronil
road to look for the hors horses horsesEND s i iEKD
END OF HER TROUBLE TBOUBLESan
San Francisco Sept 2 The body of ofDora ofDora
Dora Fuhrlgr a midwife wasvfound was found 4n 4nGolden InGolden
Golden Gate p park rk today She had had tak taken tmLki ¬
en i carbolic acfd acid She was 50 years year oi old oldMrs < 2
3 Mrs IrsEuhrlg Fuhrig has been in continual troUajtreatment troU troWbj4rowing
bj4rowing out of cases of criminal criminalrpultr2atment
ajtreatment The cause of her sui suiclde
clde iuje has not been ascertained
SAN PEDRO 0 ROAD ROADNEAR ROADNEAR
NEAR COMPLETION COMPLETIONSenator
4 4Senator
Senator Clark Says Work Is IsAhead IsAhead
Ahead of Schedule ScheduleBELIEVES Schethllea SchethlleBELIEVES
a
BELIEVES PARKER WILL WIN WINTJBGES WINURGES
+
URGES GOOD DELEGATION TO TOIRRIGATION TOIRRIGATION
IRRIGATION CONGRESS CONGRESSlENATOR CONGRESSI CONGRESStENATOR
I
lENATOR W A CLARK spent the thoday
0 day in the city yesterday arriving arrivingon
on the morning1 train from Butte Butteand Butteand
and leaving for New York via the Short ShortLino ShortLine
Line and Union Pacific at 545 51 p mv m mWhile
While here lie e was occupied almost en entirely entirely ¬
tirely with railroad business and con consideration considernuon ¬
sideration of arangements for the con construction conStruction ¬
struction of the new Herald building
In an interview en route to Ogdeiv
the senator said Jie had foundevery found every ¬
thing tliin going along very satisfactorily satisfactorilywith
with the Sun BfcJrQ EQdtQiailroad railroad and that
It would be completed quite within the thetime thetime
time limit anticipated Construction Constructionwork onstructionvork
work was progressing satisfactorily satisfactorilyand
and with all the contracts let there therewould therew6ud
would be no delay In the programme programmeDuring rogrummeDuring
During the day incorporation papers paperswere paperswere
were prepared for or the Incorporation of ofthe ofthe
the Utah Realty company which is to totake totake
take over the Salt Lake real estate ac acquired acquired ¬
quired by Senator Clark and his asso associates 8550elates ¬
elates in the railroad enterprise enterpriseator1tears Sen Senator ¬
ator ator1tears Tvearns will be b thepresident of the thenotv theiietv
notv company and besides Senator SenatorClark SenatorClark
Clark the other stockholders will be beDavid beDark
David Keith of Salt Lake and R C CKerens CKerens
Kerens of St Louis The company will willconstruct willconstruct
construct the new home for The Her Herald Heraid ¬
aid and the same building will prob probably probably ¬
ably be used eventually as headquar headquarters ¬
ters ft tOt r the SCan Pedro railroad The Theold Theold
old buildings which occupied the site siteof siteof
of the new g structure have been torn torndown torndown
down and excavation for the founda foundations foundatiuns ¬
tions will begin at an early day dayOphir dayOihlr
Ophir Oihlr Mill Betterment BettermentWhite BettermentWhild
White here Senator Clark also took tookup tookup
up with Manager E W tV Clark the ques question quetiori ¬
tion of an increase in the capacity of ofthe ofthe
the Ophir mill The plans contemplate contemplatedoutfle contemplatedoutile
doutfle the present mill japacity < with witha
a posisble railroad spur to the mill An Anarrangement Anarrangement
arrangement was also made with the theTooele
Tooele Electric Power company by bywhich bywhich
which a power line will be run from fromStockton frontStockton
Stockton to the Ophir mill for the pur purpose purpose ¬
pose of furnishing current for opera operations operations ¬
tions during the winter months when whenthe whenthe
the water supply from fromOphir Ophir canyon is islimited islimited
limited limitedWhle limitedWhIe
Whle he was busy with railroad mat matters matters ¬
ters Senator Clark was somewhat somewhatamused somewhatamused
amused by an interviewer who wanted wantedto wantedto
to know if there was anything to the therumor therumor
rumor that the SmootSutherland com combination cornbination ¬
bination had bought The Herald H Hsaid Je Jesaid
said he had notheard of the sale and andhe andhe
he thought he would know if such a adeal
deal had been contemplated and that he hehad hehad
had no intention of selling the paper at atall atall
all On the contrary he added I Iintend Iintend
intend to give It a new home and andequipment
equipment and make it one of the best bestpapers bestpapers
papers in the west
5 On the general political question he lietiJ3
4Ubugh iJL altogether likely that the theDemocrats theIwmoerals
Democrats Iwmoeralsthere wiuuld oawyM niana anfi anfithere
there was every indication that Parker Parkerwould Parkerwould
would be elected president Sentiment Sentimentin
I in the east was particularly strong in infavor infavor
favor of the th Democratic npmlnee Later Laterin
in the campaign and just as soon as ashe a ahe
he could arrange his business affairs afCaIrsSenator
Senator Clark said he hoped to make makesome makesome
some campaign addresses for the Dent Democratic Dentocratic ¬
ocratic ticket and he was greatly in interested interested ¬
terested in seeing it win winIrrigation ivinIrmigation
Irrigation Congress Congressle
le Irrigation congress at El Paso is isattdther IsatWther
attdther subject In which whi h the senator is Isinteresting
interesting himself As president > of ofthe
the congress he hopes to see this years yearssession yearssession
session the best the emIgres has over everhad
had both in I point of attendance and
importance of the action taken and andhe andhe
he Is arranging matters to preside in inperson
person He hoped Utah would send a astrong
strong delegation to El Paso as s > the theUtah theUtah
Utah men had always been recognized recognizedin
in the congress a as authority on irriga irrigatto
tJo matters and carried great weight weightin
in the deliberations of that body
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4 LINE OF I LND A3Ti SEEKERS SEEKERSSpecial +
4 +
+ Special toThe Herald 4 4Bla
4 Blackfoot Bla kfoot Ida Sept 2 There is is4 is4no 4
4 no material change in the situa situatlonofthe +
4 tion tlonofthe of the United States land of offlee 4
4 + flee The line grows however howeverThe 4
4 + The first comer begin to show showsigns 4
4 + signs of the strain but there are areno 4
4 nodesertions no dertions so ho far Tomorrow 1s I Ilooksd > +
4 + looked upon as the critical day dayIS 4
4 when the railroad men from Poca 4
4 + telk fle expected to arrive and andlineitt 4
4 + line lineitt ufr f s + 4 4DECREASE
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I
DECREASE IN SALMON SALMONPACK SALMONPACK
PACK OF NORTHWEST NORTHWESTfortland
fortland Ore tireSept Sept 2 2On un the av avriral arrival
rival of the bark C F Sargent about aboutSnt
Sept ST f fIUTfl rum Drlscol bay Alaska the UieV theick
ick V of Alaska ntn salmon dettued IL lv to tl tlColumbiu the theColumbia
Columbia rher will have been all re receivtd rttceived
ceivtd The pack this year wiU wil be beabout beabout
about 75 per cent of the average ow owins Owlag
ins to t the poor run t of > f salmon during
the first part qf the season bad wea
them and trouble between the cannery cannerymen
men and their help It amounts to toiO4NO
104900 cases ciies against tbaut liOwO last lastyear lastyeai
year and based on last years prices pricesshould pricesshould
should be worth in Jn the neighborhood neighborhoodof
of 410000 On the Columbia river the thei thePUCk
PUCk i will III W be about nV > t ximnl equal t to fVint 4iat ftf ftflaox ofltio
laox ltio in auantity auantitythe but as the bbUI of ofthe
the catch was made later in the sea seafion aeaon
fion on it is stated Utted that the quality wiU wiUbe wlUbe
be slightly inferior The run of sal salmon satstorm ¬
mon was Very light early in the sum summer summer ¬
mer but towards the last of the sea season msea5on ¬
son the run Improved and in view of ofthe ofthe
the small catch earlier in the year the thelegal thelegal
legal time limit was extended two twoweeks
weeks
SHOW MINT MINT1AT AT FAIR FAIRPortland FAIRPortland
Portland Exposition to Have a 2dedal 2dedalMill Ieda1fili
Mill MillPortland fili fililortiand
Portland Ore gapt apt That there therewill Iherewill
will be a a government m inipt Pt In full op operation oporation
oration at the Lewis Clark exposi exposition1 exposition ¬
tion1 tion Iu the assurance given Pi President sldeht
H5v 11 W 00Qde by Secretary Shaw of of
th thd < 4 treasury department Mr Shaay Shaayhai3iidQfiniely Sha Shahaadeflnitely
hai3iidQfiniely promised this exhibit esfhlbjLThevisit exhibitrh
Thevisit rh visit of Secretary Shaw to th thexposition thexposition
exposition grounds Wednesday had the theffeet theaffect
affect of gaining his sanction to the theestablishment theestablishment
establishment of the mint The mint mintwill mintvill
will be an active exhibit and will be beplaced beplaced
placed Where the processes of marking markingmoney lflukthgmone
money mone maybe may be viowed by all The Theplant Theplant
plant will be complete In every detail detailand deLatnd
and nd the coins struck struc off will be trans transformed transformed ¬
formed from frorngold gold bullion buIlfo as it comes comesfrom comesfrcim
from tho tie gmeltereu gmeltereuSince meIters meItersSince
Since itt it would not Jje practicable to tomake
make legal tender the coins will ilj b bt btiii
iii the form of medalslbut rnSidals but thirsame thirsamepercentage iusame iusamepercentage
percentage of gold and lalloyWill alloy wlil be beused
used asn inaktnglega eugles half halfThdnbf
Thdnbf ditfienc will he in the
design appedrins on the coins
STAMPEDE BEGUN BEGUNTO BEGUNTO
TO NEW ELDORADO ELDORADOReport
4 4Report
Report of Marvellous Strike StrikeStarts StrikeStarts
Starts the Rush RushGOLDFIELD RushGOLDFIELD
i
i
GOLDFIELD IS THE TREGQAL TREGQALPORTY iGQAL iGQAL2FOBTY
2FOBTY IfEET QFB000 OF OOO ORB SAID SAIDTO AID AIDTO
TO BB BBBOUD BBBOUDG EOTJND EOTJNDOLDFJJ2LD
OLDFJJ2LD 2ev v if witnessing the theI thebeginning
G I beginning f a rusk rus such as n nmining no nominIng
mining camp ia I the west has saett saettIn sneah
In h reeent days Advktt from fronttile the campyesterday camp campyesterday
yesterday were to the efCeet that gold goldore goidore
ore so rich that It thraXvs all previous previousrecords previoussecords
records far Into the background bas basbeen hasbeefl
been found In the outskirts of the thecamp thecamp
camp and already a staanped has be begun begun
gun from all parts of Nevada This Thisfever ThiS1fever
fever promises to spread to the stir surrounding stirrounding ¬
rounding states until the best days at atVirginia atVirginia
Virginia City will be discounted discountedThe discountedThe
The strike that has cfiused all this thisexcitement thisexcitement
excitement ws made in the Snuidstorm Snuidstormclaim Sandetorniclaim
claim in the north edge of Goklfteld GoklfteldT IOkIIIeldThie
T Thie > e ore runs 6MO in free gold oIt in an anak ane1ormout4
e1ormout4 < ak > rmouH blind lode forty feet wide wideThis uvkieThis
This value of S66M stu ft t is claimed has hasnever hasnever
never been equaled and the extent of ofthe ofthe
the ore body has1ntox1cated has Intoxicated every man manwithin manwithin
within reach of the news with ideas of offabulous offabulous
fabulous fortunes fortunesVhen fortunesWhen
When it is considered that ore that thatruns thatruns
runs 481 in gold i s o Itfgrh rade that thatit
it is not treated by the ordinary i nro nrocesa n r rcess
cess of extraction some idea of the therichness theriehness
richness of the new 1ev find will l be e ob obtained obtaimiod ¬
tained It will be treated by the wet wetprocess wetIiUCetiS
process and will be guarded by a aP0SSQ ap
P0SSQ p i of special police policeWhere polleeWhere
Where Strike Was Made MadeThe MadeThe
The strike was inside by T L Oddie Oddieagent Oddieagent
agent it f the Tononah Mining company companyon
on a lease from that company The TheSandstorm TheSandstorm
Sandstorm in which the find was wasmade nusmade
made is just north of the old town of ofGold
I Goldteld Gold field and the work of develop development developmont ¬
mont is being superintended by M L J JGardner 3Gurder
Gardner an experienced mining en engineer engineer ¬
gineer The property Is bounded oa the thewest theimest
west by the Stimier Fraction and on onthe onthe
the east by the Kruger claim Iim The TheColumbia TheColumbia
Columbia Mountain the Kendall the theArgosy theArgosy
1 Argosy Magnolia Yankee IJpodk1 IJpodk1Desert oodI oodIDesert
Desert Rose and May Queen all join jointhe jointhe
the Sandstorm Sandstormfhe Sandstormjfhe
jfhe fhe excitement at GoldfleW is said to tosurpass tosuipass
surpass suipass that caused by the great White WhitePine WhitePine
Pine discovery of the early 6g Com Coming Cornlag ¬
lag OTI the heels of the recent great greatstrikes greatstrikes
strikes in the Jumbo the Combination Combinationthe
the Florence this last great discovery discoveryhas discoveryhas
has set the whole district by the ears earsscribed
The scenes in the mln4ng camp are de described
scribed as maddening while the ex excitement excitement
citement is little less in Tonopah and andis andIs
is rapidly spreading in all directions directionsThe directionsThe
The fever has even reached Salt Lake Lakeand Lakeand
and people interested In Nevada prop
erties were eagerly scanning the maps mapsof mapoof
of the Goldfield district yesterday It Itwas
j was discovered that the Great Bend Bendi Bendrecently
i recently acquired by Peter Porter and andVivlfui I IVivian
J
Vivian P Strange ot t this thscityis eitjv is only onlyabout onlyabout4000
about about4000 4900 feet tothe northwest of the theaw theStkW
j j aw El Dorado The property that te tecauslas1 iscaultsg
causlas1 the stampede is owned by a aSries aOddle
Oddle
Tries in Vain1 Vainth to G GdLease GdLeaseI tfIiease tfIieaseFrom
I From Reno came c4 tile fallowing fellowingMr
Mr DeSallier who has just arrived arrivedfrom arrivedfrom
from Goldfield stilted that Superln Sperintendent
tendent Gardner has been working on onthe onth
the th main body of ore for some time and andthat andtb4t
that it was dipping into an adjoining adjoininglease adjoininglease
lease and in the hope of buying this thishe I Ihe
he has discontinued work and had hadheaded hadheaded
headed through dead ground and to the thesouth thesouth
south southGardner southI
I Gardner reported findjng promising promisingindications
indications Sunday morning und later laterit
it was given out on the most reliable reliableinformation relIableinforniation
information about the theonderfUL Wonderful fck khnose
nose of the first strike The important importantnews
I news reached the DeSallier party at atSbdaville atSoclaville
Sbdaville SbdavilleThe
The well known mining man J L Li LHerron
i Herron stated last night also that the thewonderful thewonderful
wonderful discovery was doubtless doubtlessboiva
bona fide Only last week he was in inthe
the camp and examined the property
and it is claimed that he learned learnedenough
enough at that time to prompt him to toseire
secure an option though he deoies it itin
in an interview for publication
l FIRE AT OIL RIG RIGPersons RIGSix
Six Persons Burned to Death in an anExplosion anExplosion
Explosion
Elyria iyrIa O Sept 3 2SIx Six persons werebUiUOd were wereburned
burned to death and nd four terribly in injnred injurect
jnred during fire and oft explosion explosionhere explosionhere
here today todayThe todayThe
The de dead deadMes d dMrs
Mrs Henry Fling and twto t children childrenThree childrenThree
Three unknown unen unenAmong InCilAmong
Among the injured is Rev Mr r Stidd StiddThe StiddThe
The house of Fling was as tired by a astreet astreet
street lamp and the inteose heat set setlire setfire
lire to the big of anoil an oil well sear the thehouse theLouse
house The flames destroaraa d titbe clie der derrick ¬ I Irich
rick and communicated to the tank tankwhich nk nkwhich
which was full of ail A terrific terrt ex explosion expioilon ¬
plosion occurred The btasJng blatt oil was wasthrown waethrowti
thrown all over the house and d es escape escape ¬
cape was wa cut off offLAND
LAND FOR SETTLERS SETTLERSMany
Many Railroad Sections in Montana Montanato if ntana ntanato
to be Put on Market MarketEutte biarketIiutte
Eutte Mont Sept 2 A Mioula Mioulaspecial lissouhaI
I special to the Miner says ys Advices have havebeen havebeen
been received here to the effect that the theNorthern tteNorthern
Northern Pacific will throw aeveraf aeverafthousand aeieraithousand
thousand acres of western Montana Montanarailroad Montanarailroad
railroad lands on the market about aboutOct abOutOct
Oct 15 Owing to ihe rapid Increase u uland Uland
land valuations the compaipjr found it itnecessary Itnecessary
necessary to withdraw these lands landsfrom land4from
from the th market la iat t spring in order to torearntnele torearrarse
rearntnele rearrarse the price lists The land de department ¬ I Ipartnent
partment has been at work on them for formonths formonths
months and ail the Hassifications havepractically have havepractically
practically been made madeMost madeitost
Most all of the land in Missoula Missoulacounty Ussoulacounty
county went o the city is owfe owpved by the thecompenj thecoinpeny
compenj Their IioUIii ho1iigs s include vni vniuable viiinable
uable ranch property timber and min mineral mumeral ¬
eral lands landsSHOT landsS landsSHOT S
SHOT IN HIS HISCi1AiR HISCi1AiRButte CHAIR CHAIRButte
Butte 310UI Sept 2iA Mfacr gpe gpeciatJ n e I Icig1
ciatJ from rmn Malta Mont says ya Wordua Word Wordwas
was ua received here oil PrWay FrMd from the theCunningham theCunningham
Cunningham ranch near Wagner that thatJackson thatJackson
Jackson Trask a well known characterhad character characterhad
had committed suicide Tae remain remainwere remainsieie
were found slttl stttiti sr erect in a chair fty
J A Ebaugh Eba gh with a J2oaiibre 22calibregrasped rifle riflegrasped
grasped by the barrel In the righthand righthandHe
He had evidently placed the muzale to tohI
hi right eye and pulled the triggger trigggerTHREE tiigggerTHBBB
THREE PAINTERS KILLED laLLEDJSutte I IJ3utte
JSutte Mont Sept 2 2A A Lcthbridge LcthbridgeN
N W T special to the Minor report reportthe reportsthe
the killing of three painters residents residents6f I
6f Chicago who were ere engaged fai the thepainthig I
painting of the stand pipe erected In Inconnection InConnection
connection with Chemunicipal lie munleipal system system6f I Iof
6f watenvorks The three men whose whosenamescould whosenamecould
namescould not be belearnedwereThtbe belearnedwereThtbeemploy learned verelfi the theemploy
employ of a Chicago firm having the thfcontract thecontract
contract for the construction of the thestand thestand
stand pipe They wore at work on a aswinging I Iswinging
swinging scaffold nirar the top of the theatiindyalpe I Itmct
atiindyalpe tmct pipe uftout olghtjs oigbt feet high highwheft highnheii
wheft oh ne > of the ajQjJeatlwRfr zzolei lttmt held the thescaffold he hescaffold
scaffold broVe and U thrsbtnioji tell to tothe tothe
the ground allbeing jilt befbg instantly Idllcd
HAVOC IAVOCWROUGHT IAVOCWROUGHTFOR WROUGHT WROUGHTFOR
FOR MANY MILES MILESSmelter MILESSmelter
Smelter Smoke Kills Vegeta Vegetation Vegetation ¬
tion and Animals AnimalsHORSES
3 3HORSES
HORSES DYING DYINGBYTHESCORE BY THE SCORE SCORESALT
4 4SALT
SALT LAKE VALLEY CONDITIONS CONDITIONSINVESJDIGATHD CORDITIONSINVBaTIGATBD
INVESJDIGATHD BY HERALD HEBALDORTYFIVK
4 4r
r ORTYFIVK 9 iMrseslMve heesea Mve been bee kiit kiitI itai itaiI
I I at t the Churck Farm FarmTen FarmTen
Ten more are too sitk to re recover isgayer ¬
cover coverThirty gayerThirty
Thirty cows have been poisoied polsoz ad imu imueating o oeating
eating lead and copper coated oatedNearly gTH gTHNearly
Nearly every tree west est of rft rftstreet t tstreet
street as far i s the Redwood road roadbetween a a1PtwSSI
between Twelfth South srwr a ueer A AMurray aMurray
Murray ht hes > s i leen > een blifrtt btlgttd I and bum bumy bunby
by y eulphur smoke smokeAlmost snukeAlmost
Almost cvtry v corn patch intf intfpatch po popatch
patch griiiu crop and nd orchard cicharddistrict i idistrict
district has beri damaged > = > U and andtotally > itotally
totally destroyofl by b this new pUi pUithe pLagthe
the white death deathXeariy deathNearly
Nearly SOO a i res of gra7iiglaTi gra7iiglaTithe grz us lan t tt1e
the Church Farm according accordit o oman II IIman
man in charge has bceu bec render renderworthless rend rendworthless
worthlessTlese worthless worthlessTlese
Tlese ar SKI sc > C of thv Ib nsiits sts foi i iby iby
by a Herald reporter vni > v ve wttga wttgaing t1a t1athg
ing the zone r ed > f the sm nmer Iipv snn aiuk aiukaeertain > k kascertain °
ascertain th S ht > aonial a tual amount aflv vu t < de ma maclone in indone
clone ana the area of Jo JetruI true ion ionThaVth 0IITbiitthl
ThaVth flglr of the th imit ult 1ake 1akeicy N Nley
icy farmers agnsr ii t smelterf smelterfSandy rueiteisSand
Sandy Sand an ant < l Murray is ru uirt iu rtr rtrgb tr i igle
gle gb for the anaiejneiit of f a t MTi sruuk k in insance u usanee
sance but an effort to s se jve h hr hrtatlon r rt
t tatlon a tion of the western part of tlu tltley vtlT vtlTey
ley ey from complete and rkenuanfat a atructlon Ctruct1on
tructlon is s the tt praciicatiy iiaanifn tflallIt11opinion ns nsopinion
opinion of those who are ar eusas emugegsl emugegslthe 1 1the
the struggle And to toni lure a pers persor per1 per1of
of the jueti justis > of f their tight lie b > jii jiiyou siyou
you vast IUOTJI ticIda blea bleahed hed Mhif Mhifand whi whiand
and dead that rot oily car Ca bring i ino 1no
no money this y yinr > ar 3 iJ > u rvist be beand b u uand
and burned to save Uie stock v vwould L Lwould
would otherwise eat tiv iit poison poisongrass poisongrss
grass Lanes of poplar pp1 irC > burn burnpbrown birnet birnetbrown
brown potato patches tha ougf ougfyield z zyield
yield 509 4S boahels to the are a rC Cr r rwhich n nwhich
which they can not get u iloaeu elotenels iMHh iMHhels
els this year cucumber pa pahes hrs augbt augbtby augtby
by the deadly smoke Jus just t a as the they > ver verbegmnins
beginning to bear and tefi e1 dead ari aribleached ar arbleached
bleached bleachedJPoplar bleachedPoplarTreos
JPoplar PoplarTreos Trees Peel Blight BlightIf
If a person rides out West V est Teini Teinistreet Teiu p pstreet >
street at far ae Twelfth Souih he will willnotice wil wilnotice
notice the brown blight on the popiv popivtrees pvpi pvpitrees
trees that marks the upper boundary boundaryof
of the one of the smelter sriioke nl nlif nJIf
if he goes on west on evuith s Lta attto > Ltato
to Eighth West he b will find the he fui fuiers
ers ev evn n within the city TimitK t on onplaining n nplainin
plaining of the devastation wrouuL wrouuLby ivroubby
by his new pest Kven Vei1 points et eiin f fin
in as the Cbrfstophprson nurseries ur urTwettth m mPeetfth
Twettth South and Sta Ste strc sirts tn hay havImd haybad
bad their geranium beds killed by th thsmoke
smoke wIthin the last two days daysby f fby >
by far the heaviest ioser so far farM farMpget
M Mpget ag9r Bees es of the Churrh Farn FarnSince
Since tt tLe smelter smoKr began to set xttdown settie
tie down Over the valley his siri sirihe
he has had fortyftve h had a < l f > or orlintaanrd orjianeL =
lintaanrd nn hacUj that tb t hv y ia ial l lkilled t tkifled
killed and he now has on n uunl nui L Lhee i ihea47o
hea47o hee iPo much affected that he ha haIK h hno >
IK no JTope for tj their > elr rover Thc so soaerg Nf Nfacres
acres of tb the finest grazing grazii land in i ilm ilmvalley ihevalley
valley eomprisinjc the stxiv farm farmhas I Ihas
has had to abandon eutirtly and nv nvhe ii iihe
he Is feeding the remainder of ii iistock hi histock
stock on hay ba in th < barns and corv corvof coriof
of the placf Patrons seeking pastui pastuiage pasluage
age he is beginning to turn away an srI srIhe < t tl
l he e says ys that until something is dr drto d dto
to stop etoptheesttling the settling of the copper arf arflead iri irilead
lead laden smoke Ms is lands Wit wiUpractically Witpractically
practically valaeiess valaeiessBlooded aitielessBlooded
Blooded Stock is Lost LostMost LostMost
Most of the lost stock rr > bioo bkoanilnals < j janimals
animals When a reporter for Ti TiHerald T THerald
Herald called at the farm vsteni vsteniMr strii striiMr
Mr Rees brought in from a corral elrrlhndome t thaadsome
haadsome black Kentucky i borough boroughbred borouglbred
bred whichwas apparently soun touni < H Hexplained i iexplained
explained though that it had had had9tgiit haistgkt
9tgiit attack of the poisu nd id to toItnttrate i ilustrate
lustrate the effect hitchea lie hors hoisI horsto
I to a cart and begat to driv it Afi Afcr Afcrgoing
going a hundred ywds it Hiairahl b bgan be begsa
gsa to gasp 1 for reath ath attl at 1 before beforebad i ibad
bad compht i tx ttco < ro hundred yards yardstaiy
taiy 7 down in th harness giapin gaptng ari aristruggling ar arstruggling
struggling iauCully lot btaib HHH HHHall i ialt
all the muel mu 1e of its neck and bexy bexydistorted bocydistorted
distorted ard orawn tight T The e aninia aniniais snin sninis
is worthlos alid ha has only leen k kbecause kc1 kc1because
because it is I a family pvt p Mr MKS MKSsaid 1 1said
said yesterday he ne had f fere arej for i isafety 1safety
safety of a fins colt btlmigli s to o Ni NiS s sS
S L Ricturds at Twelfth Twef South aii aiiNtutli a t tNiuth
Ntutli East str strce < ete and hu hni < i sent fi fihim f I Ihim
him to tak It away Vher W her Mr Ki Rhi Rhiards < n nards
ards arrived the c < > lt vus a ielivpr uelive1elist i ij
j list ut before he h hti41 d goa hair a beoK beoKwith bleciwith
with it it was seized i ii h > i iiirs Itn arU arUcramps irdcramps
cramps and ht lii < l to bo b kl Lh Behiii Behiiihie ehi t this
his barns Mr Kjes shov 4 a imner imnermound imnermound
mound of o o earth rtn wher irner h cvrtyf cvrtyfOtter lrtyfoer
Otter horfts hors s killed hi led by tie t i sniok sniokburied i iok u uburled >
buried In W stock errra 4i4I he ha hi hiiumber i 1 1itUmber
itUmber of cows c affected vtth tl the i ison ison >
son At th next raih r r belong belonging heionjIn
ing In to Mr r Svvartz thiryavo hea hestt t of ofcalves t tcalves
calves hav been lest lestSouth lestSouth
South of f i te he Church ran 7iM Tli > tier HorSld tiersid
sid reporter stuppeil a farn o
Robert Harman i4th irth Ve et etFourteeati a
Fourteen tl South frr t s Tere ere h hfound i
found twelve acres of bi hia < = a e ei < iIUO lucr lucriortble T Tw
w iortble rtblefts arid dead I afl hirh it i i will willneeessar k knecessary >
neeessar > zo > o cut and sum > i a
84Ie re ix l8tat > tato pitch ir i u Jh h M MHurman MHarnian
Hurman has ha been raising 4 Oto Oobushels i ibushels
bushels of i ltaLO5 taiOfs i r wrf r tt IL ILhardy r NVJI NVJIhardjy
hardy a viiie VIIIC aiv rd Ir H Unu Unusays rija rijasays <
says that he xi aili ii do tb well i e5I if tx > is able abletoget ihjeto
toget to get forty for bushels p r acre hi 5 sea season seuson ¬
son He sfacwM show a < icatl j < ja geranium grar1iimin f > i iin
in a po a rirh i h rs is < iiiuhvr iiugIi vi 1 1Tilaced 1
placed in thc pti pe i air for sinsi sinzimorning
morning and wiiicn was kiiieJ er b noo u
Mr ir Harman f fuL < oL thai the s mcli smehsmoke mclismoke
smoke means touu alar of j IKS IKScrope up upcrops
crops and will > rrsi fliiyi J hrn to limvr ih ihdistrict thintrkt
district He r iul i < i that HP hud con conthere oa oathere
there ivhen th ihn tlisirir as all illbrush a abrush
brush and h i < hid vor wriid i i 1 rty yc ycto year yearto
to make a 1 horn onv for himsvlf and hut thtnow hutnow
now lo look at Ik hr dead trees and dvn dvncrops d dcrops
crops that are tht t he work of the smcK smcKin sine1ill
in a few weeks is not roassr rcasstring rinp rinpnleaean u upleasant
pleasant to roiuemplat roiuemplatSmoke eou empIat empIatSmoke
Smoke Belt Easily Traced TracedGoing TracedGoing
Going w i i irum rm the Harmaji < H Hon ROil
on Fourteenth South iutli strctt tre t the bell bellsmoke o osmoke
smoke was encountered and it quiekr quiekrasserted quickiuasserted
asserted its it s pr ence In i n its strong strong odv odvof ed edof >
of sulphui OJ c I 1 arsenii and a stingisic stingisico stinguof
o of the eyes and throat Here Hem almr almrhidden alnehidden
hidden by smok was tie farm of Mr MrBenjamin MrBenjamin
Benjamin Harman and a sorry wve wvekwas wrerI wrerIkwaft <
kwas An orchard of apple and p pi pitrees > t ttrees
trees stood bars of kaves tIe burd burdof liutof =
of Lalfripeuta ruit weighing d dv dvon v i ion
on dying briinrhef Here too ivs ivsluceiue vas vaslucerne
lucerne field burned to death by Ue Uesmoke liesmoke
smoke plague which m may ty wril I Icalled 1called
called not the black death but tr trwhite t twhite
white death f so o alilnclusivo a4iiI1e1UMic is isits 1 1its >
its work of avstrifuoii < Iv Itpasture rearb rearbpasture >
pasture was a h hrse rs < belonging to Mr MrHarman tttHatman
Harman shiil nih vraa polsonea fr frun ni t tsmoke tsmoke >
smoke tht ir i Mild KOL wulk t j t tbarns th thbarns
barns barnsPassing barnsPassing
Passing f > ivri I rfl to th tke Jordan Torja riv rivthe rv rvthe
the wiUuUii jt jlig uK its ts banks banksone r reentf i ione
one long line of burned aril y yiiov yiiovlifelessniass llov llovllfel
llfel lifelessniass < esn ss as If it were the inWdle ITliddiewinpr T Twinder
winder Instead of the height cf c Ih Ihsummer hv hvsummer
summer season James Tayl TayLr ir has hasTamrn a afarm
farm on the river bank aii his losses lossesareeverything ioseaarc
areeverything arc Cverythlllg he hud plaiiteu An oa oiS
S Contie d on i55C Tao

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