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= 2 TIlE SALT LAKE HERALD WEDNESDAY APRIL 19 1905
RUSSIANS s USE USEFRENCH USEFRENCH USEFRENCH
FRENCH PORTS PORTSJapan
Japan Claims Neutrality is Not Be Being Beb Being ¬
b ing Observed ObservedPRESS ObservedPRESS
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PRESS SHOWS GREAT HEAT HEATHREATEN HEATTHREATEN HEATTHREATEN
HEATI I
THREATEN TO DRAG GREAT GREATBRITAIN GREATBRITAIN GREATBRITAIN
BRITAIN INTO WAR WARTokic WARTikic VARfJsic
Tokic Aprl 1 IJDI9Cu 1SDhcusIng Discussing lng the theo pres presof prell
l of o votfoelfe ot the Russian Second Secondiiic Secondfiic Secondfjt
fjt fiic < iiic 1c squadron at Lt Xamranh bay on onoast onI
1 fast coast of French IndoChina IndoChinaV
V tp ie > Jlji Shlmpo declares that the use usef Us Usf
< f i the l he island of Madagascar by the theIlivian theItr thC1WIan
Ilivian Itr < lan squadron s adron was w s a direct and andToioned andTlf andrionged
Toioned Tlf longad violation of the principle of ofi of1utrallt
i 1utrallt atrallty but on account of the dis distatu distawC distaw
taw tawC o Japan In i that Instance simply simplylodjrpd simplyhd simplylndtl
lodjrpd hd > t1 a protest The paper however howeveri
i MstK < Ish sts that Russia Is now using Kam Kamranh Iamrtnh
rtnh bay as a base for action against againstr againstopponent
> r l opponent and she intends to use useH USCU I
H as the point for effecting a 11 Juncture Juncturevith Junctureth
vith th the remaining division of the therrtuatlron therl therAUadron I
rrtuatlron rl rAUadroni ac1ron I
i Threat of Japan JapanJf I IIt
Jf the use tise se of o KTamranh buy b y is con continued contintid ¬
tinued the Jiji Shimpo adds addsJ Japan Japanmust Japan31v15t pan I IJ111st
must regard rc srd Its neutrality as corn cornobliged comT1ttfly cornrletc4y
T1ttfly Ignored and Japan wIll not be beobliged 1 1obHged
obliged to respect its neutrality Vio Violitlons VlohUons VIoltions
litlons of nutrality in distant ports portsare portsnre portsare
are rot important but when close to tothf tot1 I It1
thf t1 zone of war it Is impossible to view viewthem vieVthfrn I Ithpm
them with the same leniency leniencyTheJIJi lenten lenienCyJlie Y I Irhe
TheJIJi rhe J1jl Shimpo further declares that thatFrance thatFrance I IFrancE
France is lending the Russians sum sufflcPUt sumIfnt suffif2lt
cPUt Ifnt assistance thup thu actually joining joiningISPite joinIngcHle joiningwith
ISPite cHle with Russia against Japan and andthat andtlit nd ndthat
that it Is now necessary nec Bsary for forJapan forJapanI Japan to tootlfy t ttlty
I otlfy tlty Great Britain and obtain her hercooperation hers heT1ooperatlon herscooperation
cooperation according to the terms termsof termsof
of the AngloJapanese alliance allianceTime allianceTime allianceTime J
Time for Action ActionProtests ActionProtests ActionFrotests
Protests the paper asserts uaro uarounaall1ng are areunavailing areunavailing
unavailing The time for action has hascome hascome hascome
come comeThe comeThe comeThe
The ICichi Ichi Nlchi today to ay says sa s France Francehas Francehas Francehas
has been a party to keeping the loca location location location ¬
tion of the th Russian squadron a secret secretand secretnnd secretar
and ar ci adds that France does not ob observe observe ¬
serve the twentyfourhour rule but butthe butthe butthe
the paper adds the spirit of neutral neutrality neutralIt ¬
I ity It V affords no excuse for extending extendingurh extendi extendilUch extendingeuh
urh hospitality to a belligerent squad squadron ¬
ron on In and It expresses expres es the hope that thatT thatr thatr
r ance will take steps to abide by her herobligations herobJigations herii
ii obligations and duties as a neutral neutralpower neutralpower
9 power powerThe powerThe powerI
I The Asahi Shimbun asserts that thatFrance thatFrance thatFrance
France has ha deliberately kept the pres presence presence proserice ¬
ence of the Russian squadron a 0 se secrf seIet sert
crf Iet t The paper expresses expre es regret at the thefact thef1ct thefact
fact and hopes the government of Ja Japan Jaran Jaran ¬
ran will act decisively decisivelyNEUTRALITY decisive decisiveNEUTRALITY decisivelyNEUTRALITY
I
I
NEUTRALITY OF FRANCE FRANCEEvery FRANCEEvery
I II IEvery I
Every Possible Precaution Said to toHave toHave toHave
Have Been Taken TakenParis TakenParis TakenParis
Paris April 18 308 p m tnThe tnTheFrnch mTheFrench The TheFrench
French government has taken every everyprecaution everyIrNaution everyi
i precaution to secure the observance of ofrr ofn ofrv
rr n < atrallty in French waters In Indo IndoChina IndoCI Indolina
China CI lina na To this end instructions have haveb
t ben l b > en sent to M 1 Beau governor gen general genNal generil ¬
eral of IndoChina again calling his hisrtrentlon hisltt hisrttention
rtrentlon ltt nUon to the regulation concerning concerningthe
the observance of neutrality issued at attho atthf atthc
thc outset of the war Those are iden ident
t 3 11 l with ith th neutrality rules in force forceduring forcedUljug forceduring
during thi th SpanishAmerican war It Itis ItbeI Itz
is z believed beI eved Admiral de Jonquieres com comT cornarder
T ander of the French naval forces at atSufffoji atgoJ atI
I Sufffoji goJ in proceeding to Kamranh KamranhKiy Kamranh1lV Karnranhliy
Kiy where part of the Russian Sec Second SecCT1 Seccnd ¬
ond CT1 Pacific Pa < ific squadron has been seen Is Isfallowing Isdrowin isrowing
fallowing drowin rowing the governor generals in inpructlons inf inrzitions
pructlons f The latter were not the ther
r sIt of the report that Japan con conT contl1TJplatld contf
T tl1TJplatld tf < mplat < d making representations on onsubject onsubject onsubJect
> subject as a no such action has thus thusr
r r l b > e n ordered and Frarce has from fromt
t it < > outset acted voluntarily in seek seeki
i g to maintain the neutrality of her hervwtfrT he hcrI
I vwtfrT 1 ErT This however Is Increasingly IncreasinglyMiouit increaslngbflffitlt IncreasinglyI
I Miouit at remote points 1 > oints not con coni
i d tjj by telegraph and far from op opj opI opI
I j rtuiilties for official communications communicationsN communicationsrtheles communicationsrtheless
N vfrthelesa rtheles the instructions sent to toM toI toM
M I Beau contemplate contel1l lIate the full u1t observ observn
1 n nt of neutrality It is probable that thattlus thatt thatt1s
tlus t lis has been known to the Russian Russiani I It
i ya1 al commander However It isIm isImj tin tinr
j SPible 1ble for France to anticipate or ort orr orrtrol
t rtrol r trol the mOVe11 movements nts of the Russian RussianK Russianuadrol
K tuadrou uadrol and abe can only direct the thegovernor thegvernor thegvernor
gvernor general to enforce the th regular regularila rogularI regularils
ila I of o neutrality The officials here hereh
h > ve e no information concerning the therigth theI I
I rigth or circumstances of the stay of oftic oftII
tic tII Russian vessels at Kamranh bay bayR I
R nl II t therefore they are unable to de def
T < mine whether wbetberthe the ships are actually actuallyv actuaU1 actuaU1thlu actuallyitlilit
v thin th the territorial limits of French FrenchV Frencil I Ies
V UiS es I IIaps
4 Japs Can Attack Attackrut Attack1ut I Irta
rut in any event a temporary stop toP at atB ata
B i U a point Olnt i Is not considered equlva equlvaat oquivaI oquivaIit
at it t to lifting udn the locality Jocallt as a naval navalI navalj navaljtF navalbut
I IF but rather nS being In the nature naturePJ
PJ r IJ an exiency incident to the roy voyp royve oyI oyIC
p ve p C Concerning Concernln the statement In the thejv th j
jv J sjated iated Press dispatch disJ > atcb from Tokio Tokiot Tokiotrrday
t strrelay trda that the internal status s atus of oft I
t t > vat waters em of Kajnranh bay bli might de detimn det j
timn t 11n the question of o Admiral Togds Togdsdtaokiiift Tog Togdsittaokiiig CJ
dtaokiiift Il the KuHaiane there ther the th of off oCf I
f view i w prevails plt alia here that t there theIeare theIearej are arer axejtrnatioflfl1
r j international j ltErnation l Qb8tacle s to prevent preventt
t N Japanese adopting such tactics a atfr as asnv31
tfr t 1 navat situation requires requiresTh r qulr li
Th acintotfieia Temps empfl this evening eveningj eveningjiiisbes I
j jiiisbes lolisbes lli beli a statement which bears evi evii
i r l r t authority saying sayingYjiile sayingW aJn I Ijtih
W Yjiile jtih international practice upon uponlVid uponI I I1irl
lVid I id la well defined de ft 11 IJ that upon the thevat theat1 thear
vat at1 r is i not so 0 exact differing with Ith
different nations Great Britain and andrRomo anda4uue
71 rRomo Ome other othera eountrJgaj ouptrJcatlltWt liinJt JluraXiorioC JluraXiorioCa du iol iola
a belligerents stay In Ch belr Ir ports p rts to totwentyfour t ttw totwentyfour
twentyfour tw < nttonr hours but France has hasnever haRUEr hasnever
never fixed a limit for the stay sta of bel bellistrenta belI bethi
listrenta UEr I ren hi French Fr nohtor ports orti apd pd contents contentsMerself contentsherself
herself lselt with interdicrlng the use of ofher ofher
her ports In preparations for acts of ofwar ofWar ofwar
war The ministry of marines instruc instructions instrucUons instrucUos ¬
tions issued Feb 4 1004 read the theduration theduration theduration
duration of the stay sta of belligerents in inFrench InFrench inFrench
French ports when not accompanied by byprises byprizcs byprizes
prizes has not been limited by any anyspecial anyspecld anyspecial
special provision provisionChemulpo I1rovi provisionChemtJpo on
Chemulpo ChemJJpo a Precedent PrecedentConsequently PrecedentConsequently
Consequently a strict construction constructionof
of the regulations would permit Admi Admiral Admivat ¬
vat RojestvenskY squadron squ ron to remain remainin
in our ports longer than twentyfour twentyfourhours twentyfourhours twentyfotirhours
hours so long as 1 they do not engage engagein
in any an act of war The Japanese do doMOt dolact
MOt 1 t seem to complain of the stay of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the Russian squadrons squa rona in our ports portsbut portsbut
but of their stay tay in our territorial territorialwaters territorialwaters territorialwaters
waters Thus Tokio appears to adopt adoptthe adoptthe dOI > t tthe
the theory of Interdiction to their eir eirtry eirtry
try into the territorial waters which whichshe whiehshe whichshe
she did not observe herself at Chem Chemulpo diem diemulpo ¬
ulpo and at Chefoo ChefooThe ChCfooThe ChefooThe
The Temps proceeds to show that thatterritorial thatterrttorlul thatterritorial
territorial waters mean under the theFrench theFrench theFrench
French law of March 2 1888 three threemiles threemiles threemiles
miles from low water mark markIt markIt markit
It Is established continues the theTernps theT theTernps
Ternps T mps that Admiral Rojestvensky did didnot did110t didhot
not enter this limit while off Madagas Madagascar Iadagascar ¬
car and nothing yet warrants the as assumption assumption asSUHjptjon ¬
sumption that he had been less care careful careful carefiil ¬
ful in the waters of IndoChina There Therefore Therefore Therefore ¬
fore the Tokio dispatches go too far in indeclaring inecarlng Indeclaring
declaring that France permits Russia Russiato
to employ her h r ports for offensive op operations optrations operatiens ¬
erations There Is no proof supporting supportingany
any an such assertion of the violation of ofFrench ofFrench ofFrench
French neutrality neutralityModeration neutralityModelation neutralityModeration
Moderation Expected ExpectedThe
The Temps adds addsThe adds addsThe adisThe
The Japanese government which whichhas whichhM whichhas
has not had any am reason thus far to todotibt todoubt todoubt
doubt our desire to scrupulously s ful fulfill fulfill ul ulfill ¬
fill our duty dut as neutrals will 111 not fail failnow fallnow failhow
now to shaw moderation mo eratlon in his claims claimsSimilar claimsSunilar claims5i3flilkr
Similar controversies s arise in all ullars ullarsaud wars warsaudare Warsaud
audare aud gre are not very e serioxis7 serioxis7The seriou seriourIse
The Japanese legation le Rtlcn has not Yet jietrceived Yetrcelved et etl
rceived l coled instructions relative rdat to to French FrenchieutriUtty FrenchieUtrit1tty
Therefore the question qu lon has hasBbt hasJiot as as110t
Bbt taken nn official form fOiman and appears appearsjto appe appeittto r rto
jto to be btcmfitled b confined tothft tot t uttejpaivces ut e Uc of Tap Japanese Tapanese laPanese ¬
anese newspapers s If an official protest protestis
is made the Temps statement prob probably probabl probably ¬
ably abl indicates the general line of ofFrench ofFrelwh ofFrench
French response rf pon8e namely that the facts factsdo factsdo factsdo
do not yet establish that Admiral Ro Rojestvensky Rojestvensky 110iestvensky ¬
jestvensky has entered within the thethree thethree thethree
three mile limit and that France is ob observing obsening observing ¬
serving all the requirements of neu neutrality neutrality neutrality ¬
trality according to her established reg regulations reguladons reguladons ¬
uladons on the subject subjectBurnetts subjectBurneUs subjectBurnetts
Burnetts Vanilla Vanillaleaves Vanillaleaves Vanillaleaves
leaves a good ood taste In the mouth It is ispure Ispunt Ispuie
pure and wholesome Dont be cheated cheatedwith cheat6dwith cheatedwith
with cheap goods goodsMAKING goodsMAKING goodsMAKING
MAKING WAR UPON THE THEAMERICAN THEAMERICAN THEAMERICAN
AMERICAN FISHERMEN FISHERMENSt
St Johns X F April 18 ISThe The upper upperhouse upperhouse upperhouse
house of the Colonial legislature has haspassed haspassed hasPassed
passed Premier Bonds bill excluding
American fishermen from Xewfound Xewfoundland Xewfoundland Newfoundland
land waters The bill provides that thatAmerican thatAmerican thatAmerican
American fishing vessels ves els found within withinthree withinthree withinthree
three miles of the coast of Newfound Newfoundland Newfoundland ewfoundland ¬
land with bait supplies or outfit pur purchased purchased purchased ¬
chased at any port In the Island shall shallbe shallbe shallbe
be seized and forfeited together with withtheir withtheir withtheir
their cargoes The task of proving provingthat provingthat provingthat
that the supplies were not purchased purchasedIn
In Newfoundland is made to devolve devolveupon devolveupon devolveupon
upon the captain of the vessel The Thebill Thebill Thebill
bill was as amended so as to permit the thesuspension thesuspension thesuspension
suspension of its operation at the thediscretion thediscretion thediscretion
discretion of the government The Thevote Thevote Thevote
vote on adoption of the measure was wasthirteen wasthirteen wa wathirteen
thirteen to three Some members ad advocated advocatOfl advocatod ¬
vocated a permanent law to exclude excludeall
all Americans and the abandonment of ofall ofall ofall
all reciprocity negotiations with the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States They The argued in sup support support support ¬
port of that plan that it would be more moreadvantageous moreadantageous moreadvantageous
advantageous to Newfoundlands fish fishing fishing fishing ¬
ing interests interestsThe interestsThe InterestsThe
The governos assent to the bill is isexpected isexpected isexpected
expected before the end of the week weekpermitting weekpermitting weekpermitting
permitting the enforcement of the new newlaw newI new1Ia8 newlaw
law lawSOME I lawSOME
1Ia8 1Ia8SOME
SOME HALFBREEDS HALFBREEDSWILL HALFBREEDSWILL HALFBREEDSWILLGETSHUT
WILL WILLGETSHUT GET SHUT OUT OUTSpecial OUTSpecial OUTSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashington HeraldhWashington
Washington April 18 ISIndlan Indian Com Commissioner Comml5Sionlr Cornmissioner ¬
missioner Leupp today promulgated an anorder anorder anorder
order defining what children ofIndian ofIndianparentage oC Indian Indinnparentage Indianparentage
parentage are entllled to share shnrltin in the thelands thelands thelauds
lands and annuities of the Various Tvariouswestern yariouswe Variouswetern
western we tern tribes Under his instructions instructionsall
all children whose parents p lents are both bothIndians bothIndians bothIndians
Indians may ma share in these benefitsand benefitsand benefits benefitsand
and all children whose mothers motherSlnarried motherSlnarriedwhite married marriedwhite 1narried 1narriedwhite
white men provided the th tnotnarIs still stilla
a recognized rec l = plzed member of the tribe and andaffiliates andatthiiates
affiliates with its members memb J But when whenever whenever whenever ¬
ever uii Indian woman after marriage marriageto tn rrlage rrlageto
to a white man has in effect withdrawn withdrawnand
and Is no longer Identified idenUtledwith with her hertribe hertribe hertribe
tribe her children are not entitled to tolands tolamls tolantls
lands or 01 annuities allowed that tribe tribeEXTRAVAGANT tribeo tribeEXTRAVAGANT
o Gal GalEXTRAVAGANT
EXTRAVAGANT EMMA EMMASUEDJOR EMMASUEDFOR MMA MMASUED
SUEDJOR SUED SUEDFOR FOR DIVORCE DIVORCEChicago DIVORCEI
Chicago April IS lRMrs Mrs Emma Emu Given
Dennis Bryan Brady of Pasadena Pasadenai
Cal al formerly ormerl a wealthy wealth and prominent
Michlran woman has been called a asecond
second tim time to defend a divorce suit in
Chicago Her husband 1 EBrady EBradyii E E BrR BrRharges Brady Bradycharges
charges her itth cruelt cruelty and demands lemanc1sa
a judicial judl < lal Reparation Brady BIftd In his
hill declares de < lnrfltll his w wi vhfes e > extravagance
hus hu m made de him bankrupt He ks jor jorthe Zorthecuatodyof
the thecuatodyof usttHly or his ConJ con Jkrnen unes P Pl3rady Brady
S years ears old Mrs Irs Bnidy Brn was formerly fonnerl
the he wife of f Charles N Bryan of Chl Chlepgo ChlelKO Chiesgo
epgo ftem whom hom she obtained obtaf ed a di divrce
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COURIER FROM PRESIDENTS CAMP CAMPElmer GAMPj GAMPjEImer I IElmer
Elmer Chapman Reached Newcastle Yesterday With a Bear BearSkin
Skin the Animal Having BeenShot BeenShotBy Been Shot ShotBy
By Roosevelt
fiLENWOOD iLENWOOD SPRINGS Colo Cob April AlrilISThe
G 1 18 ISThe The first word from President PresidentRoosevelts PresidentRoosevelts PresidentRoosevelts
Roosevelts hunting camp on the theCharley theCharley i
Charley Ch rle r Penny Penn ranch twentythree twentythreemiles 1we1tt twentythreemnile three threemiles
miles southwest of Newcastle reached reachedSecretary leac11edSecretr reachedSecretary
Secretary Secretr Loeb shortly after 6 p m to today toay today ¬
day ay He was notified over the tele telephone telephone talephone
phone that Elmer Chapman the cour courier couricr
1 ier selected to bear messages betweep betweenthe
the president pr ident and his secretary had ar arrived ar arrived atiived ¬
rived at Newcastle during the after afternoon after1100n afternoon ¬
noon and would take the 940 train over overthe overthe overthe
the Colorado Midland for Glenwood GlenwoodSprings GlenwoodSprings GlenwoodSprings
Springs If on time the train < buld buldreach mldreach muIdreach
reach this city clto at 13 oclock Chapman Chapmanwas
was appointed to the post of courier courierbecause courierbecause I
because of the fact that he is famed famedfor famedfor j
for his reticence It was known that thata hat hati
i a messenger from the presidents camp campwould campwould campwould
would have to run the gauntlet of a adozen adozen adozen
dozen or more correspondents who have havetaken havetaken havetaken
taken headquarters at Newcastle NewcastleBear NewctastleBear NeweastleBear
Bear Skin Brought In InWhen Inhen InWhen
When < hen Chapman was sighted riding
horseback across the bridge Into the thevillage thevillage
village the correspondents went out to tomeet tomeet tomeet I
meet him He proved worthy worth of his hispost hispost hispost
post and in reply repl to questions said that I Iif Iif IIf
if information was wanted of the hunt huntthe huntthe huntthe
the correspondents must get it from Mr MrLoeb MrLoeb MrLoeb
Loeb LoebThis LoebThis LoebThis
This did not prevent the correspond correspondentsfrom corr correspondeatsfrom spond spondentsfrom ¬
entsfrom learning learJl1n thaf th lthc the presidents presidentshunt presidentshunt presidentshunt
hunt had been successful however for forstrapped forstrappel forstrapped
strapped across Chapmans saddle was wasa wasfresii 1
a fresh bear skin which was being ta taken taken taken ¬
ken to Glenwood Springs Chapman Chapmanadmittcdtlmt Chapmandmittt ChapmanaLlmittedthmat
admittcdtlmt dmittt d that this pelt was as the only one onethat ouethat onethat
that had been taken but he would not notsay notsn notsay
say sn the animal had ha been brought down downby downI downby
by I > y the thcP presidents 5idents gun It was taken takenfor takenfor takenfor
for granted that this waq wa the case ca H for foriotherwise f forothezwise r rotherwise
otherwise it was not probable the skin skinfwouid skinwoutl skinwouZd
I
fwouid hav have been sent to Glenwood GlenwoodSprings GlentoodH GlenwoodSprings
Springs S SHd i iHad I
Had H id to tobe Jbe be Satisfied SatisfiedRepresentatives SatisfiedRepresentatives SatisfiedRepresentatives
Representatives of newspapers at atNewcastle atNewcastle atNewcastle
Newcastle had to be satisfied with the theInformatidn theInformatl theinformatiOn I
informatiOn Informatl n given by b3 ChapmaTT Chapm 11 but butthey butthey butthey I
they at once prepared to company accompanythe companythe companythe
the courier to Mr Loebs headquarters headquarterswhere he heodquarterswhere dquarters dquarterswhere
where a full report was expected expectedIt
It was learned here today that the thepresidents thepresldents thepresidents
presidents party has not yet moved its itscamp itscamp itscamp
camp from the place where wiere first locat located located beated ¬
ed edA
A fresh trail was found early today todayand todayand todayand
and the hunters took it up before beforeChapmans beforeChapmans beforeChapmans
Chapmans departure for Newcastle NewcastleBecause NewcastleBecause NewcastleBecause
Because of the heavy heav snow east of the thecamp thecamp thecamp
camp it is not likely it will be changed changedfor changedfor
for several days daysThe daysThe daysThe
The indications are thatplenty that plenty of ofsport ofsport ofsport
sport will be found in the present sur surroundings surroundings surroundings ¬
roundings roundingsThe roundingsThe roundingsThe
The courier couri r is expected pected to remain remainhere remainhere remainhere
here over night and Secretary Loeb Loebwill LoebwiII Loebwill
will accompany him to Newcastle to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow and together they the will ride to tothe tothe tothe
the hunting camp He has a 11 number numberof
of matters to lay before the president presidentand president presidentand
and particularly his signature is needed neededto
to important documents documentsSportsmans documentsSportsmans documentsSportsmans
Sportsmans Delight DelightAccording DelIghtAccor DelightAccording
According Accor inS to Chapman the president presidentis
is taking the true sportsmans delight delightin
in the rough life of the camp c mp He is isone Isone Isone
one of the first to be stirring in the themorning themorning themorning
morning and always the first to sit sitdown sitdown sitclown
down to breakfast The fare seems to tosuit tosuit tosuit
suit him although aIthoQglLhe he has as said several severaltimes severalUrnes severaltimes
times he would be as well pleased pleasedif if it itwere itwere itwere
were less pretentious pretentiousHis
His idea of camp Jife is one kind of ofmeat ofmeat ofmeat
meat at each meal and fried vegetables vegetablesof
of the canned variety vartet coffee made over overan overan
an open fire and the smell of smoke in ineverything ineer ineverything
everything eer thing that Is cooked cookedThings cookedThings ooltcdThings
Things are ar different at Camp Roose Roosevelt Roosevelt Roosevelt ¬
velt as the boys have dubbed the theoutfit theI theoutfit
outfit on the th Charley Charl Penny ranch But Butthe Butthe Butthe
I the president hasbeen hasb en warned that the thechef thechef thechef
chef may ma not be able to do such good goodwork goodwork goodwork
work after fhe camp is i moved and that thatthe thatthe I
the party may m get enough canned stuff stuffto stuffto i
I to please even the thepresident thepresidentI president presidentThe presidentThe
The big white horse which the pres president president ¬
I 1 ident rode out of Newcastle on Saturda Sat Saturday Saturday ¬
urday urda is his favorite e of the three that thatwere thatwere thatwere
were taken takenalong along for his personal us usIt usIt usIt
It is not fast but It is strong and the thetrail thetrail thetrail
trail is i never n er so Sf stony ston but the presi president plesident president ¬
dent and his steed cover coelit it if any anyhorse an anhorse anyhorse
horse can set et through throughBig tiuoughBig thvoubBig
Big Jake Borah known as the most mostIntrepid mostintrepid mostintrepid
Intrepid bear hunter in the th Rockies Rockiesand Roekiesand ROckiesand
and the rtan nan who will take the most mostdesperate mostdesperate mostdesperate
desperate chances on a ride after th thdo the thedogs
dogs do admits that even the mountain mountainguide mountainguide mountainguide
guide of many years experience has hasmany hasI hasmaiy
I many things tolearn to learn about riding He Hesays Hesays Hesays
says he can teach the president noth nothing nothIng nothing ¬
ing
Wears Leather Breeches BreechesA
A huge pair of leather breeches has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been added to th the presidents hunting huntingcostunie huntinSeosturrie huntingeostume
costunie When he left Newcastle on onSaturday onSatiirfiny
Saturday Sat rOny he wore heavy hea canvas trous trousers trousers trousers ¬ I
ers without leggings The flap was wastaken wastaken I
taken out of thebuggy the bQg pants by b bind binding bindIng ¬ i
ing them th thOm m about his ankles with coarse coarsetwine coarsetwine
twine twl Now he has hasadopted adopted the leather leatherbreeches leatherbreeches leatherbreeches J
breeches ashe as he has ha r found that they theybetter theyb theybetterturn
better b betterturn turn t urn the wind WlridWhHe while on a hard hardride hardride
ride rideThe The early mornings and afternoons afternoonsafter afternoonsafter I
after the sun has sunk behind the themountains themountalnsl1ave themountains
I mountains mountalnsl1ave have been b cu cold Storms Stormshave Storrnlmve Stormshave
have been numerous In the vicinity of oftup ofthp oftie I
tie camp < amp and farther up the mountains mountainsit mount mou tainis tainisit in
it has snowed heavily heavilyThe JJeail heavilyThe
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The thought of starting home appar apparently apparentiy ¬
ently entl has not entered ntlr d the presidents presidentshimself plsfdenlstd presidents1iad
1iad d H He sltld he 4ntiidedto int < ndedto enjoy enjoyhiinehf I
himself as much as possible posslbIeiiUrIng < 10rlngr l rlng his liisoutftigVand idsodtngSamid I IOdlfrJ
outftigVand OdlfrJ and his companions comP nlons believe he hei j
is i dblnV doIzf it ItIe ItIf I IIf
If he has la hid thoughts thou hts of affairs tff trfll at atWashington atWashln atWashington
Washln Washington t n he has not communicated communicatedthem comn nlcated I Il Itheni
them l l to the mountaineers Business Businesswill BuslneJSwill Buslnenswill
will wait until Secretary Loebs arrival arrivalat
at camp tomorrow All Au of th the mem rnembars i ibers
bars of the party according to the thecourier thecourier
courier are as much in Jove with ith the thehunt thehunt thehunt II
hunt as the president presidentP I
P B Stewart of Colorado Springs Sprlngxami Springsand
and Dr Lambert Lnm rt who accompanied the thepartyfrom theJ thepRrty
partyfrom J Rty from Washington are not n t new newMt newA newst
Mt A the t11 > sport and are ready rfalll for any anywork anyork anywork
work ork the 1oh prssident cuts uts out for th them thfmThe themThe in inThe >
The courier says that Dr Lambert had hadprepared 1 1prepared
prepared preptl d for numerous accidents but butthat butthat I
that he te l convinced bear hunting Is Isnot Isnot isnot
not as uIdangerouK dangerou a aK wolf chasing The Thedoctor Thedoctor
doctor s sent nt word by Chapman that thateverybody thatov thateverybody I
everybody ov rybody in the camp fe disgusting disgustingly dtsu Ung Ungh ¬
ly h healthy healthyBEAR althy althyBEAR Jth I IBEAR
BEAR AND ANDBOBCAT ANDBOBCATtPresident BOBCAT BOBCATpresident
tPresident president Roosevelt Says It is Bully BullySport BullySport BullySport
Sport SportGlenwood SportGlen SportGlenwood
Glenwood Glen wood Springs Colo Cob April 18 18President 18Prc 18President
President Prc ldent Roosevelt has killed a bear bearami bearIIn bearand
and IIn < l a bobcat He Is satisfied with his hishunt hishunt
hunt for the biggest game the Rockies Rockiesafford Rockiesafford
afford If he gets one One n more bear or orseveral orseverol orseveral
several he will be better pleased but butto butto
to quote his own words I got what whatI
I was after It was bully sport and I Ihope Ihope Ihope
hope it keeps up upThis uprhis upThis
This is the story brought to Secretary SecretaryLoeb SccretaryLoeb SecretaryLoeb
Loeb tonight tonl ht by Elmer Cbapinan a acourier n nQpuriorwlth aourior
courier Qpuriorwlth with a n close mouth who was waschosen waschosen waschosen
chosen to bear messages mossages between the thepresldent tb tbpresident thepresident
president and the temporary seat eat of ofgqvernment ofgqsernment
gqvernment at the Hotel Colorado in inthis Inth1s inthis
this city cityWhile cityVhUe cityVht1e I
While he came through Newcastle Newcastlewhere Newcastlewhere Newcastlehere
where here are camped campe numerous corres corresaitory correspondonts correitpondents
pondonts lf f newspapors 11e brought his history hisstory
tory intact There was no leakage leakageand leakageand I
and all the Information obtained at atthat atthat atthat
that place was derived from a view viewof viewQr viewof
of a closely rolled fresh bear akin akinwhich skinwhich shutwhich
which Chapman transferred from his hissaddle hissaddle liiisaddle
saddle to the car at the railway sta station I I Itlon
tlon
tlonIs Is that all youve gbt he was I Iasked Iasked Iasked
asked askedTJjsnlj askedFin I Itsxjrfi
TJjsnlj tsxjrfi Fin 1 that t at enough ep9J ShI h ie > e r replied rqp1tdTiiI pn pnThiS t tTlilS
ThiS TiiI Yfa 1ni n > 4boat ibauttJA bQut HA lj tluQstam Hubstahfce of oCthe oCthec the theeomivrdUon lie lieconversation <
conversation c fiv rStftJ h hi i fyl m ltch tch Chan Ch9WP non J par partlcipated p participated r rtlcipated
tlcipated at Newcastle He was chosen cho 11
because ho knows when not to talk tnJ talicBefore j
Before starting on his hunt the presi president nrcsident prcsident ¬
dent said he did not want any news newpaper newspaper > i ipaper
paper men to follow him To the thethree thethroe thethree
three correspondents representing press pressassociations pressaasocatlons pressaseocbttiojia
associations who accompanied him himfrom himfrom himfrom
from Washington the president said saidYou slLldYou saidYou
You stick by Loab and I will help helpyou help3mu helpyou
you all I can I cannot send out a amessenger amesSQl1ger anesswlger
messenger every ever day but as soon as asthere nsthere Itsthere
there Is anything worth telling you youshall youshalI youshall
shall have it itThe itThe itThe
The courier < got through Newcastle Nevcastlcwithout Newcastlewithout Newcastlewithout
without talking and the president made madegood madegood imindegood
good to those who complied with his hiswishes hiswJshls hiswishes
wishes wishesBut wJshlsBut wishesBut
But if the courier was reticent at atNewcastle atNewcastle atNewcastle
Newcastle he was different when wh ll his hisJourney hIsjourney hisjourney
Journey was at an end and Secretary
Loeb had removed romove the injunction of ofsecrecy ofsecrecy ofsecrecy 1
secrecy His eyes kindled with a fire firethat firethat firethat
that told his admiration for the presi presidents presldents presidents ¬
dents prowess as a hunter more than lhancould thancould thancould
could the words at his command One Oneexpression Oneexpression Oneexpression
expression which the hardy moun mountaineer moun mountaineer mountatneer ¬
taineer Injected into his story was wasSay wasSay wasSay
Say fellows hes a beaut and no mis mistake mistake mistake ¬
take The way he scents game would wouldmake wouldmake wouldmake
make you think he was born in the themountains themountains themountains
mountains and had never left them themSay themSa themSay
Say Sa now being president dont make makeany ma1 makeany < e eany
any difference with a a man thats got gotthe gotthe gotthe
the real stuff in him Goff said he hewas hewas hewas
was the renl thing and nd did di not nceq rieecjshowing nceqshowing nceqshowing
showing but b t I didnt believe itIt It itit
It was late when Chapman finished finishedhis finishedhis finishedhis
his talk with Secretary Loeb so the thestory theStQI thernatQry
story StQI Is necessarily curtailed curtailedSPREE curtailedSPREE
0 0SPREE
SPREE ENDS ENDSIN IN DEATH DEATHWhite DEATHWhite
White Miner and Mulatto Woman WomanKilled WomanI
S Killed and Bodies Burned Burnedto Burnedtoa Burnedtoa
to toa a Cinder CinderMissoula CinderMissoula
Missoula Mont April 18 ISLeavitt 18LeavittDrew Leavitt LeavittDrew
Drew a miner from J Nome ome and Emma EmmaTeal EmmaTeal EmmaTeal
Teal a mulatto recently from Tacoma Tacomaare Tacomanre Tacomaare
are dead as the result of bullet bulletwounds bulletwounds bulletwounds
wounds in the head inflicted by one oneor oneor
or he other or by unknown parties partiest Paruesand partiesand
t and both bodies burned to a a cinder cinderj cinderDrew cinderDrew
j Drew and the woman had been carous carousing carousing c rous rousing ¬
ing all night In the red light district districtand dstrlctand districtand
and shortly after 6 oclock this morn morning mornIng mornlug ¬
ing smoke was discovered coming from fromthe fromthe 1
the building occupied by the woman AvomanBefore womanBefore I IBlfore
Before the fire department reached the thescene thescene I Iscene
scene the building was a a mass of offlames offlames i ifiames
flames Both bodies were found in inbed Inl Inlbel 1nbed
bed in natural positions with a revol revolver revolver ¬
ver lying between them During the thenight thenight thenight
night the couple had quarreled and the thewoman thewoman timeroman
woman displayed considerable Jewelry JewelryDrew jewelryDrew jewelryDrew
Drew was supposed to have consid considerable considIerable considerable ¬
erable money on his person and that thatfact thatfact thatfact
fact has started the rumor that both bothwere bothWere bothwere
were murdered and the building set on onflre onfire onfire
fire to cover the crime The authori authorities authorities authorlties ¬
ties are working on the theory of mur murder murder murder ¬
der and suicide but the matter is be being beinS being ¬
ing thoroughly investigated inv sUg ted The loss lossby lossb lossby
by b fire will hardly reach 300 300Everett 300Everett 3O0Everett
Everett Wash April 18 ISLeavItt ISLeavIttDrew 1SLeavittDrew Leavitt LeavittDrew
Drew left Everett three weeks ago os ostensibly ostf ostensibly ¬
tensibly tf > nsibl for Douglas City Cit Alaska but butmay butmay butnay
may have gone one to Montana I < as ashe he had hadfriends hadfriends
friends there His mother lives four fourmiles fourmiles fourmiles
miles south of Everett Leavitt was wasa
a bartender at Lowell near Everett EverettPATENTS EverettPATENTS
PATENTS ISSUED ISSUEDSpecial ISSUEDSpecjal ISSUEDSpecjal
Specjal to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldYashlngton HeraldWashington
Washington April IS ISThe The following followinjpatents followingpat followingpatdnts
patents pat nts have been issued issuedL IssuedUtahFrank IssuedUtahFrank
L Utah UtahFrank Frank E HefTernan Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City Cit hat fastener Olafe Lind Lindfors Lindfors lAndfors
fors Beaver saw set Frank D Shep ¬
herd Salt Lake City Cit smokeless furn furnI furnace furnace
I ace aceWyoming Wyoming WomlngTohn John Blair Jr Rock RockSprings RokSpringst RockSprings
Springs tent fastener fastenerIdaho fastenerIdahoUonrol fastenerIdahoMonroe
Idaho IdahoUonrol Monroe > C Hall Winchesterhoisting Winchester Winchesterhoisting Vlnchesterhoisting
hoisting machine Charles B Ross RossParma RossParma RossParma
Parma device for cleaning combs combsHonest combseGJ combsHonest
eGJ eGJHonest
Honest Plumbers PlumbersI
I M 1 Iligley Co inn 10 East First FirstSouth
South Phone 752 52 Electric wiring wiringi wiringSalt
ca
Salt Lake Photo Supply Co Every Everything
thing photographic 3rd rd So and Main aln
SALT SALTLAKERS LAKERS ARE AREWORKING AREWORKiNG ARE AREWORKIIIG
WORKING HARD HARDMaking HARDMaking HARDHaking
1 1ters
Making a Strong Pull For Headquar Headquarters ffead piar ¬
ters of Woodmen WoodmenjADIES WoodmenLADIESALSO WoodmenLADIESALSO
jADIES LADIESALSO ALSO IN I THE FIGHT FIGHTSOAK FIGHTSOAK FIGHTSOAK
SOAK OF DENVER WILL BE BEELECTED BEELeciED BEELECTED
ELECTED HEAD CONSUL CONSULSpecial CONSULSpecial CONSULSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldLos HeraldLas heraldLea
Los Angeles Cal April IS ISSuch ISSuchstlOnuou 18Suchstremmuoup Such Suchstrenuous
strenuous opposition is made by the theColorado theColora theColorado
Colorado Colora o delegates to the mere sug suggestion suggestion suggction ¬
gestion of removal of the headquar headquarters ¬
ters of the Order of Woodmen of the theWorld theVorld theWorld
World from Denver to Salt Lake or oranywhere oranywhere oranywhere
anywhere else that it is not likely that thatany thatany thatarmy
any decisive action in that direction directionwill directionj11 directionivihl
will j11 be taken at this session of the head headcamp headcamp headcamp
camp It is practically settled how however however however ¬
ever that Leadvi Leadville lie will lose the head headquarters headQuarters headquarters ¬
quarters of the Women of Woodcraft
Oakland Los L s Angeles and Salt Lake Lakeare Lakenre Lakeare
are making a pull for the honor with withthe withthe withthe
the chances seeming to favor Oakland OaklandBoise OaklandBoise
Boise Ida also has some ambition of ofthat orI ofthat
I that sort Oakland women delegates delegatesare
are making a great gr t hit with w th lavish dis distribution dlstr1butfon dIstributton ¬
tribution of a mechanical badge In the theshape theshape theshape
shape of a cricket which chirps whenpre when whenpressed whenpreasetL
pressed pre e Everybody in the woods woodshas woodshas woodshas
has one of these toy bugs tonight and andit and1t andit
1t it is chirping for Oakland OaklandSalt Oaklandfilt OaklandSalt
Salt filt Lake in Evidence EvidenceTJtah EvidenceUtah EvidenceUtah
Utah delegates were the object of ofmuch ofninch ofmuch
much ninch attention at tonights parade porajcdnd porajcdndat rfnd rfndat dndat
at the reception at the thechamber chamber of cdm cdmmerQe c cdmrnerze m mmerse
merQe merse which followed foIlO ed Their neat uni uniforms unirms uniforms ¬
forms rms anjl anjlgood good marching w were remuch remuchOn1mented much muchcommented muchcomniented
commented upon Salt Lake Lakedele delegates delegatesare tes tesare
are much m muohin onJnevidence Jn evidence everywhere indo dndare andare indoare
are literally IIterali flooding the town with Aithboom withboom lth lthboom
boom literature they brought with withthem withthem withthem
them on their special s ecial train trainSunshine trainSunshine trainSunshine
Sunshine and shadow blended at the theopening theopening theopening
opening of o the convention this morning morningthat morningthat morningthat
that was typical of the feeling of the del delegates delegatesthe delegatesthe ¬
egates egatesthe the sunshine representing gen general generalrejoicing generab ¬
eral eralrejoicing rejoicing over the prosperous con condition con condition condition ¬
dition of the order and the rain and anddark anddark anddark
dark clouds typifying mourning for the thelate thelate theiate
late head consul Falkenburg The day dayopened dayopened dayopened
opened with drizzling weather but just justas justas justas
as the assembled delegates united in the therepetition therepetition therepetition
repetition of the Lords Lor s prayer a burst burstof burstof burstof
of sunshine suddenly flooded the hall hallStorm hallStorm hailStorm
Storm Passed Passed Over OverThis OverThis OverThis
This was taken as an auspicious auspiciousomen
omen A little later when a local rep representative representative representative ¬
resentative was welcoming the visitors visitorsto Isltorsto
to the land of sunshine Old Sol disap disappeared disappeared dlsappeared ¬
peared behind the darkest cloud of the theday theda theday
day da to the great embarrassment of lo local local hocal ¬
cal Woodmen and the merriment of ofthos6 orthos ofthost
thos6 thos from other climes Later the sky skycleared skyc1eared skycleared
cleared and the afternoon was beauti beautiful beautlf ¬
ful f I
fulA IA
A tinge of sadness was lent to the themorning thEmorning themorning
morning session by the announcement announcementof
of the death of Delegate Henry 1Y 1Yof 1Va 1Vaof Wax Waxi
i o of Grangeville Ida en n route to Los
Angeles A telegram of condolence was wagsent wassent wassent
sent to his family faml famlOnly
Only routine business was w s transacted transactedat
at todays toda s session Interest centers in inthe InthE inth
the th electionof e electionS ctionof of head consul co urnl Thursday ThursdayJ
J H Foley of Los Angeles incumbent incumbentand
and I I Boak of Denver head secre secretary secreta seeretary ¬
tary ta are active candidates with the thechances thechances thechances
chances favoring Foley Fole A B Keith of ofButte ofButte ofButte
Butte Is in the race as a dark horse horseAt horsAt horseAt
At eaucus at the Angelus hotel at atmidnight atmidnight atmidnight
midnight Boak of Denver received 122 122votes U2votes i2votes
votes for head consul insuring his hiselection hiselectfon hiselection
election and retention of headquarters headquartersat
at Denver DenverNEED DenverNEED I Iceo
ceo I INEED
NEED NOT BE FATAL FATALImportant FATALImportantPaper i iRead
Important ImportantPaper Paper Read at AntiTuber AntiTuberculosis AntiTuberculosis ¬
culosis Congress CongressAtlahta CongressAtla CongressAtlaTita
Atlahta Atla ta Ga April IS 1Slncr 18Increased Increased ascd inter interyost interost interost
yost ost marked the second days aYI proceedings proceedingsof
of the American Antituberculosis Anti tuberculosis con congress congress congress ¬
gress here today todo Late Lat arrivals brought broughtthe
the attendance UI to about 300 physicians physicianswhich lhYIiclanswhich IhYsiciamswhich
which included a large number of women womenpractitioners womtnpractfliGllors womenpractitioners
practitioners An Important pal of the theday thudR theday
day dR was read by Dr C P Amber of ofAsheville ofAshelIIe ofAsheville
Asheville N C on The Physicians PhysiciansPermanent PhysldansPermanent PhysiciansPerniamment
Permanent Duty Dut to the Patient and Fam Family I Famhg < am amihr ¬
ily In Tuberculosis At the conclusion conclusionof
of his discussion dl cusslon Dr Ambler presented presentedthe
the following fOllowln points pointsFirst pointsFIrstTuberculosis
First FIrstTuberculosis Tuberculosis is not the fatal fataldisease fataldls fataldisease
disease dls < ase commonly believed believedSecond beUevedStolld believedSeeondWhiie
Second SeeondWhiie While communicable It can canbe cnbe canbe
be rendered practically innocuous by the theproper theproper theproper
proper course on the palt of the pa patient patient patlent
tient tientThird tlentThirdThe
Third ThirdThe The chief cause of the large largemortality la largemortality e emortality
mortality is late diagnosis dla nosI8 j
Flourth FlourthLato Lato diagnosis is caused by
Indifference of the patient tp early symp ¬
toms and indifference e on the part of the thePhysician thephysician thephysician
Physician consulted con8u1t
Fifth FltthB1 By thorough and systematic in instruction 1mmstruction ¬
struction of the patient better results resultscan resu resultscan Its Itscan
can be accomplished than by medics medlcatton ¬
tion x xSixth
Sixth SixthInstruction Instruction of patient and fam family famIly ¬
ily and friend and close ou O observance fnKncA rv nc on ontheir ontheir ontheir
their imrt art of tbe rules laid down will willpractically willpractically wiltpractically
practically rob the disease of its method methodand methodand methodamid
and means of extendlns xtendln xtendlnTho =
The address of Dr A P Clarke of Bos Boston Boston Iioston ¬
ton was wa accor4 accor accorded ed d the closest clOSC t attention attentionMeningitis attentIonMeningitis attentionMeningitis
Meningitis Victims VictimsXaw VictimsN VictImsNew
New N w York April IS 1SFiYe Five children are
dead and three thr e dying from cerebrospiiial cerebrospiiialmenensriUs cerebrospInalmonengitjs
menensriUs In a tenement on Little West
Twelfth street The victims ictim belons to totho totho tothe
tho families of Mrs David Darder and
Mrs James JamesFra Frawley FrawleySPECIAL FrawleySPECIAL wle wleSPECIAL
SPECIAL AGENT HAIR HAIRTRANSFERRED HAIRTRANSFERRED HAIRTRANSFERRED
TRANSFERRED TO UTAH UTAHSpecial UTAHSpecial UTAHSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashington HeraldWashington
Washington D C April IS 18Commls 18CommlsI 1SComnilssioner Commis Commissioner ¬
sioner W V A Richards of the general land landoffice landorlce landoffice
office today directed the transfer of Spe Special Special Spacial ¬
I cial Agent George E Hair from Durano DurangoColo DuranoColo DuranoCob
Colo Cob to Salt Lake City Cit Utah where he hewill hewill newill
will succeed Special Agent H K Love Loverecently Loverecently Loverecently
recently detailed for duty in Alaska AlaskaHagerman AlaskaCI AlaskaHagcrmnnn
CI cII e eHagerman
Hagerman Pass is one of the crown crowning crownIng crownIng ¬
ing glories of the Rocky Rock mountains mountainsThe mountainsThe mountainsThe
The Colorado Midland Railway RaihYa has is issued issued issued ¬
sued a magnificent steel engraving engraving26x40 engravIng26x40 engraving26x40
26x40 inches showing a View of this thiapass tImIdpass
pass It Is suitable for framing and andwill andwill andwill I
will be sent to any address on receipt receiptof
of 15 cents in stamps Write rite C H HSpeers HSpeers iiSpeers
Speers G P A Denver or L H HHarding HHarding HHarding
Harding general agent Salt Lake LakeThe Lakeo LakeThe
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