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SECTION SECTJONONI ONE THE THESALT SALT LAKE KR HERALD HE Dt SOO3AY SL IlAY SEPTEMBER S5P l ER 4 1964 964 3
MANY MANYMINERS MANYMINERSLOOKFOR MINERS MINERSLOOK MINERSLOOK
LOOK LOOKFOR FOR JOBS JOBSA JOBSBigInflux JOBSBigInJLuxof
A I
BigInflux Big ln1ux of Idle IdleMan Men Comes ComesFrom ComesFrOm ComesFrom
From Colorado Coloradot ColoradoFEW
< t L LFEW
4k 4kFEW
FEW OBTAIN POSITIONS POSITIONSt POSITIONSLAEGE
t t I
I LA1tGE aaE NUMBERS AllB Ai ItE PASSINO PASSINOr PASS G Gr
r ON TO NEVADA NEVADAf NEVADA NEVADAor NEVADADe1tc
1
o oDespIte
Despite f or the fact that Uu it tho thQmtniitIn thQmtniitInd mlnihjr ln lndus
dus d ry r of Utah is prosperous ro porouB there are arenjairyidle alernan aremanyidle
njairyidle rnan 41 < 11e miners in Salt Lake nn4 the thenumber tbn1lumber thuiiuinb
number iiuinb r In being augmented ddXly ddXlyMost dlitlY108t dafly1ost
Most 108t of these men come from Colorado Coloradowhere Goloradwhere Co1ordOwhere
where labor conditions are unsettled unsettledand unsettlelod uneU1editrid
and there Is constant turmoil and trou trouble bouble trouble ¬
ble Some have haelert left the Colorado COloradumln COloradumlnlng min mining mtnIng ¬
ing camps 8mp because eeausc of a desire to live Itvee1where i ielsewhere I I1sEhere
elsewhere or to better their UI tr circum circumsiance dreumtit circuinblCe
siance tit t IUcaf J and otheVs oth have been eell compelled compelledto
to migrate migrateBut migrateBut mlgrateBut
But whatever whatever the th cause of the influx influxIt innuIt <
It is ft certain that there is an Ut oversupply overaupplyof
or miners Many uny miners who have havefailed hayefailed havefliuled
failed to catch on to jpbs at any an of the theUtah theClah theVtnh
Utah mines have passed on to Butte Butteand ButtelJ1d Buttetnd
and Anaconda Mont and to Tonopali TonopaliGoldfield TonopuhGoldfield TonOpahGoldfleld
Goldfield and other mining camus of ofNevada ornad ofN
Nevada NevadaIt N nad vada vadaIt I IIt
It is a mistake to suppose that we were wefue wetire
tire re making a specialty of supplying uppl upp1yiugminers illg t tminers
miners to the mining companies in inUtah inVtah
Utah 1 toh and other states said an employ emplo1Ont empo empo3nnt I I Iin
in 1Ont < nt agent We are not doing so o for forthe forthe ftthe
the reason thatthere thttt there is but little money moneyin mone I IIt
in It For instance we had an L order orderyesterday orderetercijty i iycsterdflY
yesterday for two miners and had over overfifty oertitly overfifty
fifty applications There are plenty plenty1of plentYlof plentyof
of miners butew mining Jobs jobsat at least leastfew leasttw leastfew
few tw that we are asked to fill Miners Minersas
as A a class do not notleb rely uponemployM uponemployMment upon employ employnient i
ment agencies a enles to get them Jobs They Theyfind The Thef1nd Theyfind
find out that men are wanted at cer certain certam ¬
tain tam mines and either elt11f r go there thc > re In per person peroon poron ¬
son on or call the superintendents of the thethere th themines I Imines
mines up b by telephone It is true that thatthere I It11re
there have h ve been more than an average averagenumber averairenumber averager
r number of miners 1 lnErS in the city during duringthe duringthepast the thepast thepast
past few weeks and those who have havenot havenot haveiot
not remained In the city ell have scattered scatteredthemselves scatteredt scatteredtheniselvee
themselves t h < m8ele8 throughout the mining jdlstri jdls dlshlta is istriets
tri hlta ts of Utah Montana Idaho and andATTEMPT andacla andEL
acla aclaATTEMPT
EL ATTEMPT TO ROB A AMINERSMSTOREHOUSE AMINERS AA
I IBulle
A MINERSMSTOREHOUSE MINERSMSTOREHOUSEButte MINERS STORE OUSE
Butte Mont Sept 3 3A A Philips Philipsburg PhUlpsburg Philipsburg
burg Mont Iont dispatch says Two un unknown unknown Wiknown ¬
known men entered the storehouse atorehoufleOt atorehoufleOtthe of ofthe ofthe
the Granite Bimetallic Consolidated ConsolidatedMining OU5oU onsulldatedMining uted utedUnlng
Mining company last night and held heldup heldup I
up the watchman George Johnson Johnsonwith JOIUlSOl1with Johnsonavith
with revolvers He refused rerus j to sur surIender furrende1 surrender
render and was beaten into InsensS InsensShility Insen Iusen5lbility l lbmt
hility bmt The robbers then i t to work workto workto workto
to open the bullion safes in w1k w1kt which whichthousands vLlciithousands
thousands t uf dollars of gold is stored storedWhile storet1While storeilWhile
While they the were at work preparing to tolynamlte toIlynftmltc tolynftmlte
lynamlte Johnson John on who had not been beenbound LeeJlbound Leenbound
bound recovered consciousness onsclou neSti He Heran Herun iIcran
ran out of the storehouse and gave gavethe g He aethe Hethe
the alarm The men escaped without withouthaving wUhoutlaing
4 having effected an entrance into th thvaults the thevaults tievaults
vaults Later two suspects James JamesThompson JOnwsThompt3on JamesThonipton
Thompson and John Smith wire w r taken takenby tak talcenby < > n nby
by a sheriffs posse Ttey protest protesttheir prtstt prdesttheir
their t hell innocence and Johnson cannct cannctidentify ccnnc canuctIdentify t tMenU
identify MenU them themCOURT themCOIJRTDECIDES
III IIICOURT
COURT COIJRTDECIDES DECIDES AGAINST AGAINSTTHE AGAINSTTHE AGAINSTTHE
THE WHEAT GAMBLERS GAMBLERSrhlcngo GAMBLERSrhtcago AMBLERSChlcngo
rhlcngo Sept Sept3Aoeorcltng 3 3AO According < ordlnS to to a de decision dpislon deei5on ¬
cision rendered > d today toda by Judge Judgefhytrnue Judgebt1ft iudgehytrttUs
fhytrnue bt1ft oC o the e superior sup riot court ur board jjpnrdof Pnr Pnror boardof
of traooOptlrKwn trade operntors who ho su suoceed uoee u iuin iuingineerlng In Ln Lnginfelin iflgineering
gineerlng a corHirr in wheat corn cornor cornnr cornr
or r otlier commodities which are re in tlltlde tlltldeun nUe nUeon lo lom
un m ub liingo ngeU haVo ha no right to comi comJlel comJlella COm1ipayment l ll
l payment la > mentof of the manipulated prlciin prlciinstead lrk in int inMend ¬
stead t > a of the U l actual value alll of th con COITTinodity conmodlt corninodlty
inodity modlt at the th time set far strnii enJl tIhig of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the trades The case was wn that of f a anumber 8mzmber L LHl1ntbtar
number of f firms and Individuals Individualsngulnst IndhldillIngulnst Indtvldzalsagainst
ngulnst board of trade operators aged aiidthe agedthe Uidthe
the Bunk of Montreal in vhkn whk hki the tholatter th thlattN thelatter
latter Institution has hn tied up nearly nearlyhalf ncnI ncnIhalf nearlyhalf
half a million dollars dollarsrepreented This money moneyrepresented 11Jn > y yTpr
represented Tpr ntcd the th difference in pritv pri rle fir firJuly frJul li r rtuIy
July Jul oats oat 1902 which was demanded demandedby 1manl1Cdh
by h the manipulators of the squeze squeezeand squezeand squezeand
and the actual market price priceGEOGRAPHICCONGRESS priceGEOGRAPHIC priceGEOGRAPHIC
GEOGRAPHICCONGRESS GEOGRAPHICCONGRESSReception GEOGRAPHIC CONGRESS CONGRESSxi
4 xi
Reception Planned at the Washing Washington ¬
ton Naval Observatory ObservatoryWashington ObservatoryWuhlnglon ObservatoryWaiiitngton
Washington Sept 3 aAmong Among tle in interesting Intpre Interesting ¬
teresting tpre tJng events planned at Washing Washington ¬
ton 0 nn for the entertainment of the in international interitatiofliti 1 1terJatoml1 ¬
ternational geographical g > J rnphlcul congress conb that thatwill1 tb the thewtlI t twllV
will1 meet here on Sept 8 te l a rc r rIon relion < > n ntion
lion Ion at the naval observatory o bsenn t or that thatr thatrening thatevening
r veiling by the superintendent ll I tar tarAdmirat ° ar arAdmiral r rAdmi1RT
Admiral Colby M Chaster ChlJ ter I r S Snnd N Nand Nmid
and hie staff Arrangements arc ar be being 1wing ¬ I Iing
ing made mu to close this reception with witha
a five minute series of time atgnuls atgnulscnding JignLLHfldIIg i nLis nLisndlng
cnding at t midnight seventyfifth me meridian rnelldial1 mevldlatn ¬
ridian time according to the tl plan lol lollowed folowetl 101Juwed
lowed daily at noon This will HI he hI b fol followed wlfJwed tdJowed ¬
lowed by b a brief message me sa e of greeting greetingfrom grte greetingfrom ang angftom
from the congress con re B to the nailing of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the world to be transmitted voluntar voluntarily vollmlJUIt volunLarfly ¬
fly It by b the various connecting llntt Uau of oftelegraph ortlesroph oftIegraph
telegraph and 111 cable cableIt
It is l hoped also that by means of the theooperatlon theoOI
1 ooperatlon oOI raUOn of the various cab > 1 edo edojaiik < on onani >
jaiik > ani 81118 8 press associations and un Euro Kuropt j Europeali = uro urolUU
pt lUU an government telegraph ayatems ayatemsinformation syiteinsinformation t m minformation
information of Uw plan will w l b bi < > ie ieived 1eived yeived
ived by y at least the most prominent prominentobservatories pNmlm prominentobservatories ut utnbservatories
observatories abroad in time to aecure aecureth aecurtt ure urethjr
th t hplr > ir rooperation in view of the In International SntruntlonJ1 IntriatInna1 ¬
ternational character of these great greats greatfdtn greatsientiIlc
s ientlfle fdtn < tUIcch changes changesMILLION cii4ngeMiLLION ns nsJ nsMILLION
J
MILLION DOLLAR FIRE FIREAT FIREAT FIREi
i AT MEMPHIS 1ENN 1ENNaiempWf 1 1ENNMeznphk ENN ENNlenpbjfo1
aiempWf Tin TfI1 1 Sept 3 3Ftre Fire in the theheart theheart
heart 1 t11 t of the wholesale district today todaydestroyed toda todac18troetl todaykitiOOd
destroyed property approximating uppr upprdxl xhnating In Invalue illslue Invalue
value 5SWOOO The flre originated in inIhe intht Inthe
the OltverFinne OIh rlllnne Grocery company companyfrom com companyfrom pan panfrom
from an unknown cause use completely completelydestroying complptelllp completelydestroying
destroying llp royinl the stock and bulldiifp bulJdlIf of ofthat orthat ofthat
that flnn nu The building bundln on the north northof 110rt11of northof
of the OliverFinne company com Ul occuphJ occuphJb
b by > John Denle > > Sons stored with Unv UnvMas lnrall llinhas
Mas all partially crushedby falling wall wallThe wahlThe alJ alJThe
The lemphlB Paper compnnya build bulkling building buflding
ing suffered a like fate rat and was ap par partially parHaH parIlally ¬
tially HaH burned bU1 ed The building uf u W i iEarly tJarb 4 4Early
Early Co wholesale commission commissioni commi commissionifltChflb ion ionulfthfln
ulfthfln i was partially burnd burned Tb Tbtear The Theear
i tear carof Or t the thebuUdlut b butldi lldi of J T TCo Ferguson FergusonCo l < erguso1 erguso1Co
Co wa as burned entailing a It heavy heavylow h heavyloss ay
low Frank Guffenbaugh It fireman Hremana
a as seriously injured by b falling from froma
a ladder Six other firemen were ere ov oPr oPrme orrtame > r rtome
tome me by y heat and some ome were removed removedto
to hospitals hoe ltals where it is stated all will willrecover vAUrecover m mreloer
recover
t
MURDERER CAPTURED CAPTUREDPortland CAPTUREDI CAPTUBEDPortInd
I
Portland Ore Sept 3 3B 3Bert Bdrt rt Oak Oaknian Oahtnan Oakmalt
malt the young murderer murd rer for whom hom th thpolie the thepoll thpolice <
poll and an detectives of oftbfs this tbI section tlolt of ofOregon ofQregon ofregon
Oregon regon have ofren searching far fern a wcok wcokpast w k k11a8t
4 past was ft5 captured this morning morI ng at oJ oJfish 1 1flsh 1llsli
fish cannery canner at Warrensvllle about aboutthirty nbouttblrt aboutthirty
thirty tblrt miles east eo t of this vity tit Oakman Oakmanhud Oakmanluid Oakmathad
hud been b < en working in the cannery cunner sIne slncolast 81111Ia1 sIne1at
last Ia1 t Monday 10Ildl1 commencing coulmnenc lug work there theretwo thCrctwo theretwo
two days d s after he h < hilled Frank Den DcnjHtt Dttntwtt Denllott
jHtt at Hillsboro Dennett had aroused arousedOakman nrou arousedOakmans ld ldOakmans
Oakmans displeasure dl ple surc because he 11 had hadbetrayed hadbtrayed hadbetrayed
betrayed the secret of Oukmans clan clandestine clnndestine clandestine ¬
destine marriage marriageBOY marrlugJ30Y marriageBOY
BOY FOtND DEAD DEADBerkeley DEADBerkole DEADBerkeley
Berkeley Berkole Cal Sept 3 3Arlhur Arthur Skip ¬
per aged 19 was found dead slttlhgin slttlhgina sittitigjchaIr ItUhgI 1 1a
a chair at the home of his father Cap Capi ¬
i tain J J Skipper today toc1a The lad had haduot hadnot hady
y not J been > n seen since last a t Thursday Cap ¬
tain tam Skipper who is master of f the theschooner theschooner theschooner
schooner Valentine is now with his wife wifeand wIfealld wIf wIfaii4
and two 110 daughters at Greys Gro H harbor
ThU rh body vn discovered by l the boys boysaunt 005aunt boysaunt
aunt Mrs Ir8 A Stahl StahlS
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WOMENS W OMENlS GL CLUBS LA BS BSTO
TO OPEN OPNSEASON OPNSEASONSeveral SEASON SEASONSeveral SEASONSeveralMeetings
Several SeveralMeetings Meetings Are Sched Scheduled Scheduled Schedlied
uled For This Week WeekPROGRAMMES Weekr WeekPROGRAMMES WeekPROGRAMMES
g r
PROGRAMMES FOR THE YEAR YEARNEW YEARw
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NEW w ADMINISTRATION TAKES TAKESThe TAXEt TZE TZEBOpOI
t BOpOI ROLD OF LADIES LITERARY LITERARYThe LITERABYi
i
The present month marks the open opening opcnin openIn ¬
ing in of the club year cnr and all the th Utah Utahclubs Utahctu Utaheiui
clubs ctu t are busily getting f ietr pro proSrammtts pro proJ1ammU5 progran1mta
Srammtts for the h year readyfor read reads for or theregular the thblegular th thregular
regular work Mefetinss Ifu ngs will wJIlbe be held heldduring helddurhJS heldduring
during the present veek of a afcw few of ofthe ottho ofthe
the qjubs ubgl but the majority will III re reunite reunltclutctin reunttelatet ¬
unite unltclutctin later in the month monthYearbookSj monthYen monthYearbboksntve
YearbookSj Yen Yearbboksntve 1o iave been issued J uCd by b the theRadios thehadles thehadles
hadles Literacy Lltei IiY club iu and d the Review Reviewers Re Reviewem iew iewra ¬
ers em ra club pf Suit SIutLitk Lake L ke and the Aglala Aglaiaof Aglalaof
of Ogden Ogd nt These books show how A t splendid splendidprogramme spl splendIdprogramme ald aldprogramme
programme of work < outlined ThatRe ThatRevieufrs That Re itoviewers i
viewers iewf rs boOk Qo k MOWS that musicwill musicwillbe music c11i c11ibe 111 111be
be made ni0i i1ort < 6 of a V feature and a few feVHiibject fewsubje fewstibjecti
Hiibject subje tit have been chosen especially especiallywith especiallywllh especIallywith
with regard to their artistic value The Thefirst Therst Thefirst
first rst meeting will be held with Mrs MrsDavid MmDavldEvans MrsDa
David Da vidEvnns Evan3 Sept 26 when Mrs Wll WllIfam Wl11lan WIlainj
Ifam ainj IkWigljtnian 1lan will discuss Child Childhood ChUdoOd Chlldhood ¬
hood oOd r 1itarftture itarturO a Characteristic Fea Feature Featur Peatur ¬
tur ture of tlrt JsJhtitceiith NlnteenthCentury NlnteenthCenturyLadles NH1 erth Century CenturyIndies CenturyLndtes
Indies Literary Nest Nettriday NettridayThe Ne Friday tFridnyTho FridayThe
+ The Ladies Literary club the largest largestclub largestclub largestclub
club In II the state states Avill hold its first firstmeeting firstlnetlng
meeting meeun g for the new year next Friday Fridayafterrtbou Frlda Frldaaftelnb Frhdaafternbbn i
afterrtbou aftelnb n The Th day will w11lbe bean be an opeit opeitrone ope opeone opeoe
rone one and uri besides the general < ener41 reports reportsincidental report8Incidental I
incidental to the tflr3t first nfeeting thtere thterevill thrtiI1i
I
vill beno tic no pfbgramtfie except the thepresidents thepresldens thepresidents
presidents address Mrs Hal W WBrown WBrown WBrown
Brown takes takosthe the chair the coming year yearwith yearwith yearwith
with the club in fine condition cCln lUon for a ayear ayear 1 1enr
year enr of f excellent work wor The club debt debthas depthas I
has been een entirely wiped out outund and the theyear theYear theyear
year begins with a clean record finan financially financially finandaily ¬
cially Not many mnn changes are > noted in inthe inth Intho
the th mfinuer m nncr of preparing the yearbook yearbookexcepting yearbookexeptlnm yearbookexeeItIng
excepting the tllphs responsibility > QnslbiUty ofthosec ofthosectionaAJiumfcier or the sec sectlons sections
tionaAJiumfcier tlons lnumburoC > oC women not mom membersqf mombcfS momberaqf
bersqf bcfS Qf thefcUibj thtfcl thecIubhave Qhave have been been1stfcuirea stfcuirea cured to todellvet toJellft tode1lvt
dellvet addresses a di dressc ss f on important im orthntsub orthntsubjects sub subjects subjects ¬
jects Mrs 11s A t T Vollmer will have havetharge havecharge havetharge
tharge of the tl1 music for the year and andthe andthe andthe
the entertainment committee consists consistsof
of Mrs Ira H Lewis Mrs lrs Hogle Mra MraRood lIrsRood MraROC1
Rood Mrs ITS Hosmer Mrs Child and andMiss andMlssPl1ul andMiss
Miss MlssPl1ul Paul Pn l
PaulWork
Work of o the Sections SectionsThe Sectionsrhe SectionsThe
The history section of the Ladles LadlesLiterary LadlesLiterary LadiesLiterary
Literary club will meet next Thursday Thursdaymorning Thursdaymorning ThursdaymornIng
morning at the club house Mrs Vin Vincent VInlent yincent ¬
cent willbegln will rbegln the course for the thecar thecarwIth year yearwith yearwith
with a paper on Abraham AbrahamThe AbrahamThe
I
The Shakespeare section of the La Ladies Ladies ¬
dies Literary club will hold its first firstmeeting firstmeeting firstmeeIng
meeting next Wednesday morning the theregular theregular theregular
regular days given being the first firstthird fir firthird firntthird
third and fifth Wednesdays in each eachmonth cachmonth eachmonth
month monthThe monthTh monthThe
The Th educational section will hold its itsfirst It Itfirst Itfirst
first session at the club house tomorrow tomorrowafterndoitf tomorrowarternc1on tomorrowafternckn
afterndoitf at 330 oclock oclockThe oclockr ocloclcThe
o
rr rrThe
r
The first meeting m eth1gof of thayear of f Spirit Spiritof
of Liberty lbQrt chapter Daughters of the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerlcan
American Revolution will be held next nextThursday netThursdaj nextThursday
Thursday at the home of Mrs M A ABrccdan ABrecdon ABreedon
Brccdan 627 62 East First South street streetMrs streetMrs streetMrs
Mrs Robert Welles elles Fisher will be bechairman bechairman hechairman
chairman of the day da and andt8 Mrs Martha MarthaRoyle 1arthano MarthaRoyle
Royle no l King ing will be the vocalist vocalistot of the theoccasion theoccasion theoccasion
occasion occasionInJ1 occasionMany r rMany
Many InJ1 plans for the years ears work will willbe wili wilibe willbe
be considered among them the one onefor onefOl oneor
for or the th erection of U r public fountain fountainVhoh fountainwhkoh our laht lahthoh
Vhoh hoh ito to be b presented pr sented tothe trthtb trthtbthe ott1 > cjtyvbv cjtyvbvthe t b > i
the DA D A Rlt1ls n It It t intended Is that hat this thisopening thisopening tbitopening
opening day ar shall be especially eciall of a asocial ns9cinl aoclal
social nature natureBOSEMOUNT natureBOSEMOUNT
18 18ROSEMOUNT
BOSEMOUNT ARRIVALS ARRIVALSEsopus ARRIVALSEsopus ARRIVALSEsopus
Esopus X T Sept 3 3Tt The < > first first vis visitors vieitrs visitors ¬
itors at Roeemount todaywere today wer1Fre1 wer1Fre1rick werq Fred Fredcrick Fredcrick
crick A Wadhams of Albany N I Isecretary Y YPocretar Yieeretary
secretary ieeretary Pocretar of the State Bdr association associationand assol associatIonand atlon atlonnnd
and treasurer of the American Amelle n Bar Barassociation BarassOciatIon Ba BauswClatlon
association which is to m met j ot < jt in St StLouis StJJOuis StLouIs
Louis Sept 26 and George Layleran La Layler iler an anA and andA 1 1A
A Page Smith of Albany AJbln who whoaccon whoacconJianled accon acconpanied accotnilanled >
panied Mr Wadhams The Tl e visitvas visitvasfor vieThasfor Is 3s 3sfor
for the thepurpose purpose of consulting cont uttI1i Judga JudgaParker JUdgParker JudgaParker
Parker concerning conc rning th the trip he Jmd Jmdplanned J1I1dplannoq iuidpannoU
planned to makp to the St Louis ex exposition cxposition X Xposition ¬
position and to arrange fbr forl1fs hfs 16 16oaptlon tCcoption 1 11ptlon
oaptlon by b the American Bar associa association asSo asociation Ja Jatlon ¬
tion
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Suspicious SuspiciousHouston S SuspiciousUloustun picio picioUloutt
Houston Uloutt n Post PostIm P91trm PestTm
Im aorry lorrStI l ld d to refuse you youHeard YOuHeltrd yozzJeard
Heard hbout bout it did you youAboutJ your yourAbout ou ouAbout
About what whatI whatIhe
I Ihe ho > d df datb ath th of my rich uncle
OPPORTUNITIES OPPORTUNITIESARE 0 PPO RTU NJr N1T1ES N1T1ESARE ts tsAREVERY
ARE AREVERY VERYFEW VERYFEWAmericans VERYFEWAmericans FEW FEWr FEWAmeri
r
Americans Ameri ans Warned 10 to Keep tKeepAway KeepAway KeepAway
Away From theIsthmus theIsthmusCLIMATE thelsthmust thelsthmusCLIMATE the Isthmus IsthmusCLIMATE
t
CLIMATE IS ts UNHEALTHY UKHEALTHYATIVJES UNHEALTHYL UNHEALTHYNATIVES
n 4 4ATIVES
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NATIVES AND JIDl L NEGROES GROESCAN CAR DO DOWashington DOTHE DOE
THE E WORK WORKWashinglon WORBWaslungton
Washington Sept Sept XyJohii t JP ToIri i Barrett Barrettthto Barretttte Larrettthe
the American AneLiCanhpttter imlp minister tcr to Panama has hasmade haSmade hasmade
made a special spetin report r reportto l rt to to the thestate state de department depaltmellt icpartment ¬
partment relative to the present pr 5ent and andfuture an anut andfuture
future ut le conditions On l fre ta ie isthmus i It1ii t1l1 1u us as s af affected affected affected ¬
fected by the thebui thebuilding building ding of the Panama Panamacanal PanamacanalWhicll Panamacanal
canal canalWhicll which is intended hf lo o prevent sore soredisappointment soredisappoIntment
disappointment on the part of the ad adventurdus a adventurcius
venturous Americans Jmorlcansattrac attrap tttraced ed toward towardPanama tOW1rjPanama towa r1 r1Panama
Panama by b resumption n reLumptI umptl V dtthe f thc vast psten pstenerprlse tSt en enterprise CUterpritu ¬
terprise It Js Ii Understood that the thePanama thePanama
Panama commission comml ssl n Js t especially de desirous d dstrous desirous ¬
sirous to secure sec rf the wideSt publicity publicityfor pUblicityor
for or the thewarnlng warning sentout sent outb by bi Miv lhBar Itr Bar Barrett Barrett ¬
rett The report in substance u b9filnCe is as asfollows asfollows asfollows
follows followslNo follows1No v
1 lNo No man seeking sCe1tingLJositioll a position as asclerk nsclerk asclerk
clerk stenographer typewriter t p wriler engi englrieer engiticer engiileer
rieer foreman or any similar class classshould classshould classshould
should come to the n isthmus4ji Isthmusinexvecta IsthmusinexvectalIOtl expecta expectation ¬
tion ofi of I securing a positionunless POlitioll unless lle llehas hehas no nohas
has made some previous atrangement atrangementfor
for employment emplo ment or orh orhds has s sufficient funds fundsto
to pay his expenses epens s in Panama and andreturn andreturn andreturn
return to the United States StatesJfhe if he finds findsno findsno
no opening More mon of this kind are arenow arenow arenow
now coming to Panama and Colon Colonthan Colonthan Colonthan
than there are positions to be b i filled filledThe filledThe filledThe
The cos cost of living Isvery is verj hlghprices hlghpriceshaving hlsn hlgiiprlceSlaving H > rlces
having increased nearly 30 per dent in inthe Inthe Inthe
the last six si months m mnthi and andthert there Is a agreat nogreat agreat
great shortage of otcteapand cheapand wholesome wholesomelodging 1h01esomelodging wholesomelodging
lodging and boarding accommodations acpommodaUons2TbUe acpommodatlons2While
2 2TbUe While Panama and Colon as asweU as aswell aswell
well as towns in the zone and in the theinterior theInterior theInterior
interior of Panama are sura to experi experience expeilence experlence ¬
ence a considerable measure of ma material material materlal ¬
terial and Industrial progress through throughthe t11rouglthe throughthe
the excavation of the th canal there arc arcnot arcuot nrcnot
not at present many an3 opportunities QPPQrtuni ieR for forthe forthe forthe
the establishment < stabllshmentof of iieKv nii n W mercantile mercantilebusiness mercantilebusiness mercantilebusiness
business and al1dProfessi professional np firms fi m and andthere andthere andthere
there should not be aiv n inrush oJC Q c mer merchantsbuslnesd merChantsbuslncf merchant ¬
chantsbuslnesd chant businer and professional l men menIn menIn menin
In the expectation of finding consider considerable consIderable ouRldetable ¬
able and ready read openings for establish establishing cstabUsbIng establIshIng ¬
ing themselves themselvesChances themselvesChances
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u3It 3 It is the ttcconcensus concensus of opinion opinionamong opinionamong opinionamong
among members of the commission and andothers andothers andothers
others who hae h e studied the situation situationthat sUuatlonthat situationthat
that both Americana Amerl ans in the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStaten
States and Panamans have hayegreatl greatly ex exaggerated exaggerat cxaggeratEtd ¬
aggerated the increase of population populationwhich populationwhich populationwhich
which will result from the construc construction construction construetlon ¬
tion of the canal and of the number numberof
of men who will be employed empl ed by b the thecommission thecommls thecomm1s1on
commission commls ion for the carrying on of t tte tteundertaking te teundertaking e eundertaking
undertaking Includingthose Including those whowill whowillbe who will willbe willbe
be employed on the canal and others otherswho otherswho otherswho
who will come orn the increase will be beabout beabout beabout
about 25t 2 251XIO O < MK people This number numbermoreover numbermoreov numbermoreover
moreover r will not be coming Omln here all allat allat nilat
at once but gradually graduallthro through ll a pe perlod period penod
nod of years and as they may Jje J > e re required required requlred ¬
quired quiredu4There qulred4There
u4There 4 There is not yet et any an real boom boomIn boomin boomin
In Panama In Colon Or in thezone thezonebut thezonabut the zone zonebut
but rents for houses sfores ztorcand and nd pffices pfficeshave pfficeShave pificenhave
have doubled ahd tripled t jJJ d during the thelast thelast thelast
last few months qnd qndllre are now almost almostexorbitantly almostexorbitantly almostexorbItantly
exorbitantly high In fact the Panama Panamalandlords Pnnamal PanamaIthidlords
landlords l are some of oCthcm them so unrea unreasonable Unreasonale unreasonable ¬
sonable in their charges that there is isdanger isdanger isdanger
danger of their driving business from fromPanama fromPanama fromPanama
Panama proper into a neighboring neighboringzone
zone
Unhealthy Unheal hYCli1Uate hYCli1UateoSThe Climate CliinateioTTThe ClimateThe
oTTThe The disagreeable dfsagr able and unhealthy unhealthyfeatures unhealthfeaUres unhealthyfeatures
features of the tll Panama P llama climate have havebeen haebeen havebeen
been ridiculously overfitatednby overfit tedby those thosewhe thosVe thosewho
who nave Ve studfeft stud eil the th situation super superficially superl1cJaIly super1lcaiIy ¬
ficially while passing pns inS Across the isti istimus isHmus Istimiis
mus in transit or who desire d slre to ore orette < re refexea rette
fexea tte a a sensation As a matter of fact factthero fa facttro < t ttJ1lro
thero has not 1otb been < en during the months monthst
t of July and August a single un unI uncomr Uncomfortable
I comfortable comr rlabJo night for sleeping 1ilee illg while whilei whilethe wIlliethe
i the average days da have not been hotter hotterthan hotterthan hotterthan
than those of New York Yor and Washing Washington Vashington ¬
ton There has been hardly hardi a single singleinstance sln singleihetance le I
instance of serious illness among the theconsiderable Ueconslderable tLeconsiderable
considerable number of young men menwhoare menwh I IwhQ
whoare whQ wh are here in the employment of the thecailal theeailai I Icaita1
cailal while the percentage of siCk sickriessAmong siCkl1eJ siekress4mong
iessAmong l1eJ > siImon the larger group of labor laborers laborrs laborersemployed ¬
ers ersemployed rs employed employ d at Culebra Is not greater greaterthan greatlrt11Un greaterthan
than that upon similar excavation excavationwork excavationIwoik excavatIonork
work ork in the United States There has hasnot hasnot hasnot
not been a single case ca of yellow e11o fever feverfor feerforover feverforover
for forover over a mouth and there h rc is less ma malaria malaria malana ¬
laria than is often found in sections sectionsof
of the United States whore there is isconsiderable isonslderabie Isconsiderable
considerable turningof the tteoU soil My Mycorrections llyorrectlons Mycorrections
corrections of overdrawn criticisms of ofPanama otI ofPanama
Panama Pt iama climate must not Iitnh however w ver be beinterpreted bein beInterpreted
interpreted in t rJlrf1ted as meaning that fnoro are arenot arenot arenot
I not unfavorable features here he > re They Theyexist The Theexist Theyexist
exist as they do in all n tropical lands
and of f coursgthe coin 1 1and 1h conditionsof cindltion r main maintaining maintaming l ltainlng ¬
taming health h alth and enjoyin enjo in Jif jli hlf Siare Siarenot are arenot arenot
not by any 3 1 means as favorable as asthose asthose asthose
those In the average temj t terneratel terneratelmates ro1 > eraiQ t l lmates cJN cJNmates
mates When the t e present pE sent able b e sapi sapitary s sapitary llr llrtar
tary tar Corps whohave who hac ha charge of Q 1J im improving im improving 1 1prolng ¬
proving health hea1theon conditions iUons in live isU isUmus iSU1mus IstJithus
mus have Carrled carriedout out their plans fl COr COrthe iJr iJrthe r rof
the improvement oft1 ofUte canal gna staiud staiudof tia
of the cities of ofP Pminfa fllim iinuCoT3n iinuCoT3nthere qn qnd Colon Colonthere 0111 0111there
there Is no reason why hy the th isthmus isthmusshould i isthmussh thmusai
should ai uld not be one of the healthiest healthiestplaces l1ealthlejltplaces healthieltplaces
places In the world worldCHINK tvotlrLCHINK otld otldCHI
CHINK CHI KCA CAN REMAINImportant REMAIN REMAINI REMAINImportant REMAINImportant I
Important Decision si 1 Handed randed p Down wn byJude by byJudge
Judge Rogers RogersSt ogers ogersSt
St Louis Sept3 S SeptIn Pt 3in In his decision dc isJon ren rendered rlndercd rendered ¬
dered today toda in mth the thdcase case a ofLee nc tee Win WinTon WatuTon YJt
Ton thfe th Chinaman against n alllst whom 110111L a de deportation dtcue deportadon > ¬
portation case hasbeen has Ieen pending for forseveral forsCYCral 11 11s
several s ral weeks1 wcek Inthe fu the United c States Statescfurts Statesrts
cfurts rt rts holding hOldhJSjhe theiChinaman the tpinamap could le legally 1 IcWtUir ¬
gally Jl remain in this tlus tn1 country countr Judge JudgeJOhn J TudgeJtlfli dgc dgcJohlt
JOhn H Rogers Rogerof of the United Unite States Statesdistrict Statt Statendlttrict s sdidrlct
district court gave gav the first f1rstleaI legal opin opinion o optuIon ln ¬
ion on the status of ora < n Chinaman Cllnim n wlv wlvchanges wi wichanges wlchanges
changes his J occupation 0c octuation aUon while 1111e in this thiscountry tblscountr tinscountry
country countryThe countr countrrhe countryThe
The Chinese Clt1iio exclusion p cl11sion act grants grantsmerchants grantsmerc1ants grantsmerchants
merchants the privilege lrll1 < > gc of coining Into 1ntothe Intothe Intothe
the United Unlt < d States It Itexcludes excludes labor laborers laborers laborers ¬
ers Lee Wan Ton entered ent < red the country countryas
as a a merohant holding hol lng that thatocCupaUon thatocCupaUonfor occupation occupationfor
for several years yc years Four l ur years ago he hebecame hebecame hebecame
became a laborer aiid aiidtliecustorns the customs cu toms de department dppartment d dpartrnent ¬
partment sought to deport U port him hold holding holdIng holding ¬
ing that th t as a laborer he bad no 0 right rightto riiitt
to t enter this country and therefore had hadno lad ladno iadno
no right to remain re1h In TheChinaman TheChinamancontended Tie ChInaman ChInamancontended Chlnainancontended
contended that he came into the coin country coVn coVnt cointry ¬
try t legally and OnVhere Onc I1 here thegovern thegovernment 111e tjuegovernrent govern government ¬
ment had ha not the tght ght to send him himback hImback bunback
back to China ChinaJudge ChinaJUdge ChinaJudge
Judge Rogers oplnign Q 1nioll will m be the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first ever handed handeddoncnthe doVn oyndn oh the th subject subjectUTAH
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UTAH VISITORS AT ATTHEwWORLDS ATTHEwWORlDS ATTHEWORLDS
THEwWORLDS FAIR FAIRSt
St Louis Aug 2S 2SThe The following
Utah visitors registered at the state statebuilding statebuilding I
building at the fair between Aug 22 22and 2 2and
and Aug 27 27Aug 27Aug 27Aug
Aug 22 21Iiss Miss N Nona ha Banks B nks May Ma MaJ3anks I
Banks Jessie JessI ressh DgQcan Duie iJr Ir gijd3Jrs t1d imlfrs r W WF WF rt
F FS Sieberf eberf Vaughn PhUl Paul SadiePorter SadiePorterSusie Sadie adle Porter PortexSusie I
Susie Porter Mr and Mrs J S MerJ MerJrill 31ev 31evnh IC1 IC1111I
rill Miss Katherine Puisell Pws l Hi H Platt PlattMaudeN PlattMaudeN PlattMaudeN
MaudeN SykesLiJPPrice SykesLiJPPriceAug SykesLJP Price PriceAug
Aug 23 23Mcs Mrs F W r DUncan Edna 1dl1JX EdnaK EdnpN
K Duncan Miss Jennie Crabbe Cr bbe A AW AWS W WSteele
Steele S teeleA eele A C CrabU Crlp1J J Cly Clyde e v Wllber WllberLydia WnbcLydia WilberLydia l
Lydia A SoeffneryW T MOore MOoreAug M MooreAug ore oreAug
Aug 24 4C C J Yost S S Eggcrsten EggcrstenA Eg rsttn I
A B Kisler B C Farnsworth Farl1S Yorth Mr Mrand Mrund Mrand
and Mrs John W V r Belano B lano Lieutenant Lieutenantand I Iand
and Mrs Adna C Clark N 1 A Tripp Trippand t tand Iand
and wife Albert J COpe C pe DD D D Drake DrakeGeorge DrlkeGeorge DrakeOeorge
George Mullett S E Taylor Ta lor J I J JStack JStack JStack
Stack Russel L Tracy Trac pr J > r E C Jen Jensen Jensen Jensen ¬
sen Gwendolen G ndolen Tripp TipDavId fcDavld R Davis DavisMrs DaYIsMrs DavisMrs
Mrs I Hesselberg TIllie Tillie Hesselberg
Miss Laura Boley Bole Jw I LW jV V Shurtliff Em Emma EmmaJ Emma ¬
ma maJ J Savage H O OPeton Peyton Mrs B BF BF
F Deal Joseph Mortensen MortensenAug MortensenAug MortensenAug
Aug 25 253 J E CrocKwell Cro Jfell E C Ray Raymond R Rmend flaymend ¬
mend Nina X Ivnudsen hnuds m Dr and Mrs MrsA MrsA MrsA
A Zimmerman ZimmermanIJss Miss Nellie Lasson LassonMiss Lasson1IIss LassonMiss
Miss Daisy Dals Kuhn Nels Carlson Ci C lson John JohnE
E Carver Miss Sophie Hubert Hub rt F W WGardiner IVGardiner
Gardiner Joseph E1 F Smith jr J G GMcKay GMcKay I IMcKay
McKay Ed Bolander r Miss Selma Las Lasson Lasson Lasspn ¬
son spn W 1 I Brown Joseph Carlson Rein ReinhartGjLdeonMaiSsUcgt Reinbart Reinhart
hartGjLdeonMaiSsUcgt bart fJjdeoA 1d on U Ma1tdt t B Connell Hf H HF
F 33 f Hilliard N J Nelson jr Joseph Wi WiAug WPaulson O OPa
Pa Paulson 150ltPF Ziri I J A R 1ur3er tr rt Edtl1 Ij Ijro LBroWn
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son t tAug
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S A Reynolds IJeYl olis J4ge Je je Carpenter a enter Mae MagNgie Maggle Maegle
gle Smith Dr and Mrs C t F Qsgood QsgoodC
C Funk T F B Bian j n G B Fahren Fahrendcrf Fahrend
dcrf d rfLula rf Lula Carpenter JamesW James W Y Lam Lamb LmQtrt Lambrt
b Qtrt rt Daniel J l s Lafsonx Easom 1t Andrew Mu1rewunk Mu1rewunkMftdred Funk FunkMildred unk unkMf
Mildred Mf dred Boyce BOtU Mis MisEdttli EQlt11 dlth Manderville MandervilleSalome 3iandrvitleSalonie rander l1e l1eSalome
Salome Carpenter L S Buckley BuckleyAug Buckle BuckleiWg Buckleytug
tug 27C Clyde J de Squires < tu tes Joseph JosephBaunigarjten JosephBa
Baunigarjten Ba nigartcn GeOrge Ge rge HRathnian Hn HiRlftJniap t1mull Mrs MrsAlma M MAlma MfS MfSAhna
Alma HtJgirhfn HtJ tn Miss Elsie I re Lindley LindleyCharles Undll UndllChurles LindleyCharles
Charles HLIndley H Lindle Llndloy Mr and Mrs Har Harry Harry Barry ¬
ry C RlngAjjJjtr Jung1 jUTd ar ilss N White WhiteNora WhiteNora Vblttora
Nora ora H SHaver SH cr ISlfs WIrs Ih Elizabeth H HShaver IISbaypr HShaver
Shaver A W Y Scott Mr and Mrs hs A AJ AJ AJ
J Settles Mrs tn H Harris Nathan liar Harris H liarris r rrls ¬
ris Ben Harris B H Nuslaine Mrs MraA MrsA 115 115A
A H Emmons Emm m Marian Adams AdamsDROWNED AdamsDROWNED AdamsDROWNED
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Idaho I aho Falls Ida Sept 3 William WilliamMayotte WilliamMayotte VI1Jiamtaotte
Mayotte was accidentally a < drowned to today toda tOday ¬ I
day da in the city canal while playing playingon
on the bridge just above the power powerhquse powerhQuse j
hquse Hj with other companions companionswere j je
were I e jumping UtriPln from fr < m the bridge whn whnitygOT WI1 wliliti II IIh
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years yoars standing HK H couldnt collect it Ita a prominent flrmior flrmiorlocal nnnjotlocol flrnij or orlocal
local Attorneys made mad e no progress with it but Wallace Wallaeagot Wallaeagottbe got gotthe gotthe
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accounts against them themall th themAnd em emAn
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all otner methods have h aye failed Many IIl biuinesv buift m IDfIft n in t ttown this thiatown thistown
town will not waste much time with 10 delinquent accounts but butend btatend butiend
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