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THE
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Plf I S Cooper casting 143c per pouaa pouaaPEIGE
flilllAU l ESTABLISHED RST LISHED JUNE 6 1STO SALT LAKE CITY UTAH UTAHMNDYcMAY ST H NDAY DA Y MAY fi Y 7 7J 1905 PEIGE PRI PRIOI1IVE FIVE FI CENTS LeSdf L8Ud fcTare Ltt Olcii50 550 New w York Yor 150 50
LESS I IIN
RIOTING RIOTINGIN
iN IN WINDY CITY CITYWorst CITYW CITYWorst
Worst W orstof of the Trouble e Beliewd to b tOB tOBOver Ee EeOver e eO
Over OverTUGMEN O OverTUGMEN er erTUGMEN
TUGMEN JOIN THE STRIKERS STRIKERS STRIKERSEMPLOYERS STRlKES1 STRlKES1EMPLOYERS 1 1EMPLOYERS
EMPLOYERS MAKE CHARGES CHARGESAGAINST CHARGESAGAINST CHARGESAGAINST
AGAINST POLICE POLICEMM POLICEt
4 + + 4 + + + + 4 + + 4 4SprIngfield t + 6 6Springfield MM MMSpringfield + + + + + + + + + + + +
+ +
+ Springfield I1L III May Ma 6 GAlthough GAlthoughbe Although Althoughf 1 1he
+ f he IMS li not yet formally agreed to todo todo todo +
+ do so it Js believed that Governor GovernorDeneen GovernorDeneen f ff
+ f Deneen will act t aa a the t e third mem membel +
c
4 her of an arbitration committee to tosettle 4 4settle +
+ settle the teamsters strike in Chi Chic Chicago + f ff
+ f cago c cagoC o + f
+ +
+ t + + t + + + t tCHICAGO M MM + + M MIHICAGO
IHICAGO May a 6 Comparative quiet quietf quietreigned quietreigned
CHICAGO C
f reigned in the downtown streets streetstoday streetstoday utreetstoday
today for the linK rst time since the thecommencement thecommencement thecommencement
commencement of the strike There Therewere TJlelewere TIerewere
were a few scattered outbreaks but butthere butthere i ithcre
there was wa a complete absence of the themarching theThareliffig I
marching crowdil erowd row < that for d days ys fol followed foow followed ¬
lowed ow d the wagons of boycotted firms firntHthsough firmsthBOUgh firmsiMough
thsough the streets aud aeised xed upon uponevery uponevery upoievery
every opportunity OI to attack driver driverand drlvenrnd drtvena
a and nd wagon guards Although Althou h there therehave therelaY thereIav
have laY been no positive development as asyet aset a aet
yet et there is a strong irng feeling teelln both on onthe onthe OILI
I the part of the employers and the thestrikers thetrlke thestrIkers
strikers trlke that the t worst of the strlka strlkalias trlkaIas
lias Ias been passed and that in a few days daysthe daysthe daysthe
the streets of the city wilt be cleared clearedfor cleredfor clearMfor
for traffic trafficWhile trfficVblle trafficWhile
While the fighting disappeared Rppe red from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the streets in large measure it broke brokeout brokeout brokeout
out with great violence in a war Itr of ofwords ofwords ofwords
words between the members of the theKmployers theIrnployer the1mployera
Kmployers association and the labor laborleaders laborl laborleaders
leaders l der
Charges Against Police PoliceCharges PoliceCh PoficeIIZe5
Charges Ch IIZe5 es were ere also made against the thepolice thepolice
i police it being said that from the out outkspt outt out4et
kspt > t they have Iave in many cases favored favoredthe favoredthe favoredthe
the strikers retu refusing ing to a IITcst rreat them themwhen themwhen thentwhen
when they were seen assaulting non nonunion 1Ionunion nonlIfliOfl ¬
union men and lost no opportunity to totake to1ake tottke
take the latter into custody whenever whene wheneverit r rJt
it t was pessible pe sible for them to find an ex excuse exouse exuse ¬
cuse use for doing so It is said by mem members membt mewhers ¬
hers bt rs of the Employers Emplo ers association n5 that thatcaptains thataptalns thatcaptalns
captains and lieutenants of police have havel havebeen havebeen
l been > een derelict in their duty In the sup suppression suppression suppresslofl ¬
pression of disorder and charges are areliled arefiled arefiled
filed against numbers of them before beforethe bef8rethe befnrethe
the police trial board boardMayor boardMayor boardMayor
Mayor Dunne tonight appointed a acommission acommission acommission
commission to investigate investl te the facts in inthe inthe inthe
the dispute dlsiuteI
diSDuteThe
I The Worst Over OverThe OverThe OverThe
The mayor tonight epreseed him himself himself himself ¬
self as confident con dent that the serious part partof
L I of the strike was over and that there therewould therewould
e would be no more excitement in the thestreets thestreets thestreets
streets streetsSheriff streetsSheriff streetsSheriff
Sheriff Barrett expressed similar similarviews similarviews similarviews
views and declared that there would wouldbe WoUldbe ould ouldbe
be no more fighting and that with the thedeputies thedeputies thedeputies
deputies and the police the people peoplecould peoplecould peoplecould
could be protected protectedThe protectedThe protectedThe
The strike was stimulated somewhat somewhattoday somewbittoday ewbat ewbattoday
today by a walkout of the employee of ofseveral orFveral ofseveral
several wholesale grocery ocery houses that thattso
t tso far have not been concerned in the thetrouble the1rQu thetrQuple
trouble 1rQu trQuple I Fortyfour drivers were werecalled were werecalled werecalledout
called calledout out In three thr establishments establishmentsTugmen establishmentsTugmen estab1isbmentaTugmen
Tugmen also joined the ranks of the thestrikers thtFtrikers thestrikers
strikers although there were no formal formalorders formalorders formalorders
orders from their unions to do so soNo soNo soNo
No action was taken by the tugmens tugmenaunion tugmensUnion tugmensunion
union as to whether its members will willbe willbe
3 be > e permitted to work on bouts which whichhaul whkhl1aul whtehhaul
haul merchandise to boycotted houses housesWould boute8Would housesWould
Would Not Serve ServeMayor Serverayor ServeMayor
Mayor Dunnes plan for recruiting
the police force by men m n taken from fromthe fromthe fronthe
the water department did not prove a agreat IIJlOOt agreat
great success succ One hundred men were weresent wereent weresent
sent ent In by Superintendent Levering of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the water department and of these thesethirtyeight thesethirtyeight thesethirtyeight
thirtyeight were chosen for police inriireduty l policeduty ke keduty
duty Several of the number declared declaredoutright declaredoutrIght declaredoutright
outright that they would not guard guardwagons guardwagons ud udwagons
wagons while several more stated s that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they had sore feet and a could not walk walkbeside walkb walkbpside
beside b side the wagons w ons Five men as assigned assigned assigned ¬
signed to Inspector Levin J vjn Struck when whenlie whenle whenhe
lie le ordered 9rdered them to guard a wagon be belonging be be10nging beioning ¬
longing to Marshall Field Co By Bynight BynIght Bynight
night nearly every everyone one of the thirty thirtyeight thtrt thtrttigbt thirtyeight
eight had been dropped from the rolls rollsof rollsof rollsof
of the police department departmentLively departmentLively departmentS
S Lively Fight Started StartedA StartedIhely
A lively riot in which many manywre proonx jrionnwere proonxwere
were clubbed by the police ten t A arrests arrestswore arr arrestswere ts tswre
wore made and a colored nonunion man
beaten into insensibility Ill nsibUtty took place ne Jlftr r
the Madtecn Madi on street brtdgfe brid today toda The Theriot Tberiot Theriot
riot started with a blockade of tea teams teamsand teamsand ma maand
and wagons at Canal street Many nn nonunion nntmion nnunion ¬
union teamsters had been bft n seized and andpulled andpulled andpulled
pulled from their wagons while bricks bricksand bricksand bricksand
and other missiles
were becoming nu numerous numerOUs nomorons ¬
merous when patrol wagons with fifty fiftypolicemen fift fiftpolicemen
policemen came to the rescue rescueUnited rescueUnited rescueUnited
United States Appraiser J 1 G Blair Blairwas Blakas Blairas
was as standing on the platform at the
1 Tnited I llted States custom house warehouse warehousetoday warehousetoday wareho warehotoday
today when a wagon guarded ardtd by 1tfV 1tfVrat seyera ev evcral
cral era rat negroes approached Mr Blair made madea
a joking remark about the guard to tosome tosome tosome
some persons standing near him A ne negro negro negro ¬
gro took offense e at the t he renia remark and andplaced andplaced andplaced
placed a revolver at Blairs head headI
q I was only joking said Mr 1 Blair
I ought to shoot you anyhow said saidA
5 the Xt8lU0
t I A number of persons e nIO 9 went to toassistance Blair Blairsassistance Blairn8tiltJtancc
assistance and the negro fled fledColored fledColored fiI fiIColored
Colored Men Warned WarnedThe WarnedTb WarnedThjn
The Tb Colored Mens Business League J ague of
Illinois which has an enrollment > nt of iw
has issued 00 a circular which will be e dis i ¬
tributed to all points of the country countryparticularly
particularly in the south appealing appe to tocolored t tcolored tocolored
colored men not to come to Chicago to toeeek toseek toseek
seek employment as strikebreakers
R R A D Daw Dwaon wson on state organizer o5 the th
league said today todaye todayTIle
TIle e employers dont intend to keep
their colored employes here re and their
importation has set back twenty tweot years
the development of Chicagos colored coloredpopulation coloredpopuJatlOlL coiotjpopulation
population We cant assimilate l mllate them them5n themn
5n n arming the strikebreakers the em employers employsra ¬
ployers ar are making mskin the colored co culu people
r r rSheriff
hate the white wte men meDSheriff manSheriff
Sheriff Is Confident ConfidentSheriff ConfidentSheriff ConfidentShex4ff
Sheriff Barrett after making maki a tour tourof touroC tourof
of the Lb shopping district today said
The serious trouble seems aec to t be over
The strike situation I 13 now well in th tt ttIands ttw
hands of the authorities K and I look for fora
a continuation co ttftUAtJon of comparative compara tive quiet uiet and andPresident andtrnquflkty lad ladtnuaqaihbr
tnuaqaihbr tnuaqaihbrPre trnquflktyPresident
President Pre ldeRt Charles old > of the Feera Feeraton F Fton Fe4eyton
ton of Labor today sad sadThe HadTIJ sadThe
The utn0n 1IIIImw have not touched at t tli thcelge tlte
celge < < ige of tftflr t r resources re yet ct The TIteIave MUlnitn
have Iave only storied rt rtcd They know they nave naveu l ave avea
a big fight and expect e pect a long J n ODe There Thereis flerej
is i no s rrander thought thou < ht of ofO ofC ofC
C H OoMovei vice president > of PUb J31bJay
hard Spencer Bartlett Co said to today to toJay
Jay < tnattMe that e employers employ of Chicago C Ue Ueag ae aeagreed ai aiagreed
agreed ag Qed to lock up their stores and let I Ibushiem4
business bu stagnate rather than surrender surrenderto INMerto
to the teamsters t enJ union unionThe untonTbe
a The Kmptoyera association today re reported re ¬
I ported having tad IWft wagon in aerriee aerrieea serveea
a much hover number than yesterday yesterdarho
The total 1t ft w was stated lit ated will be in increased inreased Increased ¬
creased Monday to toSouth 6JIIJt 6JIIJtSouth Ot OtSouth
South Water street produce reduce comMl comMlFion COR coMlslo t tFion
Fion lo merchants were assured today toda by bythe v vthe
the various express IS company officials officialsthat olflcialsthat officialsluSt
that they would be in 1 a position n to tohandle t tuuH1Ie toaodle
handle tbalr bss1n Imsiuew without fall Mon Monday lOIIdaJ Monday ¬
day
Turners Offer Aid AidAn Aldy Aidv
y v An after ffor of Wew 10 additional men to help helppresartfj helpprsriervr I
presartfj pr5 J the peace was made tft n Mayo MayojJunne Myo1iune
jJunne today by Eml Hoechsier repre reprewnilflgr rpreft reproFeLjjlig I
wnilflgr ft Eue the < G Get German r an Turner societies of ofthe ofthe
the 4 dtI4r > V simitar offer of IJBO tro men menContinued metaContinued II IIContinued II
Continued on Page Page2 f2 2
BUSINESS BUS NESS MENGET MEN MENGET
GET GE A START STARTAwpcioos STARTA STARTAieis
Awpcioos A iS Beginning of fee Trip to toLos t tLos
Los Angeles AngelesSPECIALTRAIN 4nge1esr 4ngelesSPECIATRAIN II
r f i
SPECIALTRAIN < TRJ N A BEAUTY BEAUTYLARGE BEAUTY BEAUTYLARGE
LARGE CROWD ASSEMBLES TO TOWITNESS TOWITNESS TOWITNESSTHEDEPARTIJRE
WITNESS WITNESSTHEDEPARTIJRE WITNESSTHEDEPARTIJREN THE DEPARTURE j jj II
II I
j I H a ibilnal f lma1 way wa last evening Salt SaltLake SaltLtke i
L Lake keC Citys t s business bu iness interests iltterestsbegaH began begathe i ithe Itho
the cementing of the binding link linkthat Ilnkthat 1
that Is to connect CO t the city of the Latter Latterday La Latterday r I Iday
day Saints Sai Ji with the seaboard of f the thePacific i i iPacific
Pacific ocean thereby unifying the bag loigcherished bagcherisholl i icher
cherished cher hOO and much wished for realiza realization re realizatloii 1iza
lion of H short route from the Atlantic Atlanticcoast AUantiCoast
coast cities to the southern part of I
California CaliforniaThere CalorniaThere CaIrorlIftThere
There was no particular display
There was a no booming of cannon There Therewas ThrrEwa Therewas 1
was no screeching 3Creechtn of whistles whl tles But Butthere Butthere Butthere
there wag a gathering gath ring at the depot rf rfthe cfthe
the Oregon O on Short Line that represent represented ¬
ed much muc that is potent in Salt aJt Lake Iake1IbU Lakesbuolne
buemese bU buolne ln professional and social circles circlesAnd circletAnd circlesAnd
And when all was said and done aDd amithe aDdJ andthe
J the e parting partift that is is such sweet sorrow sorrowhad sorrowhad rro rrohad
had been expressed the train ws slow slowly s1ovly ow ¬ I
ly backed through the yards to the theswitch t twlth theswitch
switch whence when f It was w s to lake the main mamMne JlMlmHue mainUne
Hue routh Into the country unny that is to tomean temean tomean
mean so much for the future develop development MelopJJteftt developmeat ¬
meat of Utah UtahFrom lTUlIlFrom UtahFrom
From early earl r morning lItOh yesterday rday until untillate unUllate untillate
late in the Ut afternoon the office om of the theCommercial t tCOqUYMNlal theCommercial
Commercial Hub was 1 tlw ho scene of the theUtmost j I
utmost activity adhit While ne much mu h had been beenLIOIIe j I
done during durin the hO previous IUR days there therestill therestili therestill
still remained many things thm to be per perfected nerfectPf1 norfeetod ¬
fected before fore the t word nt could be sent sentforth sentforth
forth that the club Iub was wa ready re y to go to tothe 10tht Inthe
the front to meet the enterprising pnte IprWn busi business ulliness busifloss ¬
ness men of the roast city < as guests eslti nt1 of ofSenator ofSenator > f fSenator
Senator William A Clark ark Awl thtn thtnagain tbnhl tlwnagain
again hl there was wa the U dominant t force of ofthe ofthe ofth
the th citys municipal interests to b bcared lit > I Ired icared
cared red for but under the management managementof managftr Jt Jtof
of Fisher Harris all the little difficulties difficultiesattending dtmulliesattendin difficultiesattending
attending attendin a function of this character characterw characterwere
w were ne re smoothed out and when the theretary sec secretary sevrotary ¬
retary of the > Commercial club closed closedhis MOSttIhis closedhis
his desk at 5 oclock he announced that thateverything thatevery thateverything
everything every thinK was in perfect sbipe to be begin be beIn begin ¬
gin In the trip tripPassengers tripPassengers tripPassengers
Passengers Arrive Early EarlyAlthough EarlyAlthough EarlyAlthough
Although the train was as not scheduled scheduledto
to leave until 73 7 f dork ft k the th intend intending IntendIng Intending ¬
ing passengers paSHn ers began l eg1tn to arrive as early earlyas
as s 6 oclock The earlycomers parly wanted wantedto
to look over the equipment that the theSn tlteStln theSan
Sn Pedro Los Lo Angeles Salt Lake Lakerailroad JAkerailroad Lakerailroad
railroad had furnished for their com comfort cmiifort Ifort ¬
fort during the t thirtysix thirt six hours trp trpto tripto trpto
to the coast and they found much to toadmire toadmire toadmire
admire Later the bulk of the party partycame partycallie partycame
came to the depot either in automo automobiles automolilies ¬ 1
biles private conveyances or by the themore I Imore I
more prosaic means of trolley cars At Atone Atone j
one time ti there were at least fifty ftft auto automobiles automobiles ¬
mobiles in line around the depot depotOut deuotOut I
Out of these ae various vhlcles there thereeani i icanu I Icanw
canu the men who are to do o so much muchfor niuchfor I Ifor
for the th upbuilding of Salt Lake and andafter andIIt andafter
after IIt r them came their wlver InF their theirdaughters theirdaughters j jdaughters
daughters and their sweethearts sweetheartsGveryone Mweelhe sweetheartsEveryone rts rtsEyeryone
Everyone had an opportunity to 0 pat patthrough peso prutthrough pesothrough
through the th cars aM a d eIUittt ex itn the thecreature thereature thecreature
creature comforts that had been ar arranged ar arranged ¬ I Iran
ranged ran > My the executive oC the road roadThey roadThey i
They found a train ttalnC composed of ten tencars tencan tencars
cars and a locomotive l lIvt ail of the most mostapproved nto mostapproved t tapproved
approved type known to modern rail railroad railroad iIIroad ¬
road engineering or motive i power powerTo ower owerTo wtr wtrTo
To begin in with wit there was the tried triedand triedand triedand
and trusty locomotive 4 401 44 S in charge chargeof
of which hih was w Albert Banyard as en engineer engineer engineer ¬
gineer and E F A Olsen Ol n as fireman The Thelocomotive Tb TbIocomothe Thelocomotive
locomotive Is oii ov of the best on th thsystem thsmem thsystem
system It has been tried out and log htisnot Insnot
not nOt been found wanting wantin in any par particular particular ar articular ¬
ticular It is of the heavy type having havingthree l1ai l1aithree havingthree
three large drivers drte on each side the theboiler tileboiler theboiler
boiler and cab standing standin atno almost > t as high highiis highas tl h hU
iis a house b and the tendar t tend ftr + sr having havm a afuel afuel aCueI
fuel and water capacity beyond the or ordinary ordinary ordinary ¬
dinary
Composition of the Train TrainIn
In charge chll 1e of the train tnti was illS Conductor ConductorL
L B Moore with ith a rrew as fine A as ever everinannfd fvtrmallnfd everinIIUd
inannfd a train in the country H1 H1train Hitrain His Histrain
train formation consisted of ten cars carsthe carsthe carsthe
the first being a combination baggage baggagepostal baPI baggagepostal e epo
postal and smoking = car ar followed by a adining adin adining
dining din In car and the Pullman ears carsNashua earsNa8nua earsNashua
Nashua CTWaro Yuho Gloucester Glt ueMer Am Amador AIRI AIRIadOI Amador
ador Gorham Ortesa O and the parlor parlorcar
car known as No 4 MO 410The 0 0The
i
The dining ear ar was wa decorated taste tastefully ta tastefully t tCully ¬
fully with ferns and carnations and the thetables thetables thetables
tables were garnlsOied garnb with the same samedecorations samedecorations i ideNJratioMl
decorations The Pullman cars afR while whileconforming whllronformin whileconforming <
conforming to a certain fixed railroad railroadrule railroadrule raIlroadrule
rule were w different In their furnishings furnishingsand
and it would be hard to select rect any an one onein oneIn onein
in preference P 1eIKe to the others oth JS The Th o par parlor Parlor jarlol ¬
lor car at the end of the train was wasluxurious wasluxurious as asluxurious
luxurious in its simplicity It was fur furnished furuleed furnished ¬
nished with easy swinging chairs ch1i up upholstered upholsten4 upholstered ¬
holstered in green een plush and the carpet carpetins carpetIng carpetlag
ins lag was as of the same me hue There was waspractically waspt8ctjally waspractically
practically no obstruction from end to toContinued toContinud toContinued
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Photo by b Harry Shipler ShiplerTourists ShiplerTourists ShiplerTourists
Tourists snd nd Their Th = ir Friends at the th Startion St tion Waiting j for the Train to Start
FRAiCHlSEFIGHT FRAiCHlSEFIGHTKansas FRANCHISE FIGHT FIGHTKans I IKansac
Kansas Kans City city People Wrestling With WithNatural j jNatural I INatural
Natural Gas Company CompanyKansas CompanyKants
I
Kansas Kan J dry ct thai Jt B 6An An nn anus > tsml tsmlstep < JkI JkI24tep utlstep
step was taken today in the Jht flbt t i h hjtHItiltftl by byproinient v vprominent
prominent Kansas I a n r < 1tji ityaiK5 to KM ii iifranchise in infranchise
franchise fran < hlst recently leeentl psulped by the tJi city citycouncH itylouneil dtycouncil 1
council giving Hugh Mc Mh Mew MewOtfiCis < w li liothets and andOUKIM
othets nf f Indianapolis fran ihsa hR to tofurnish t tfurnIMk tofurnish
furnish the city with iiaturil Jiitg us frcm frcmthe frunthe frtmthe
the lyansas lansas field ficl when th tilt 1w ilkwmrl ilkwmrlstnte M Mlsaunristate lrl lrlsta
state sta te supreme 8Up 1e court rour Kteppe il t l1t in s rtid rtidtook so rid ridtook ndtook
took the ease a e out of the hands of the thocircuit th thireutt thecircuit
circuit co court f rt at K Kansas lRIIaS ity Circuit CircuitJudge CircuitJudge
Jud Judge Jnteson Wednesday last ht issue w Uf1 Uf1an I Ian Ian
an injunction restrahaing Mayor Neil Niiffrom NtlftlGIn Neiltuna
from sjgnius lng the franchise and a lie iiy iiycouncfhnen ilyounefln1en byoUflCIhflen
councfhnen front passing ii I ow OV ine inemayors t Imayor 11 11mayors
mayors veto fto should lie veto v to the > bili biliToday biIToday
Today the supreme preme court upon petition petitionof petitioof I
of the Kansas City ty councHiuoft arn srI ile ilegntatees hegratees
gntatees of the t franchise e srstrt Jntrtl grafltedwrit l lwrit
writ of prohibition restralnim rf I luI luIGates luIg luIgGates l lGates 1
Gates from rom takrn taktngtiirtker ftrUter fHrther oitioi iti tiu M in the thematter thtmattfr tie tiematter
matter The writ rtt which is issue upoa upoathe upisithe l
the ground rotnd that the circuit uu court roun hs hsno J Ir e eno I
no authority to enjoin a Jagislutivc Jagislutivcbody Jdgi ltgis1itivbody IU IUbody
body takes t tk the case out of the bali tiaurof baliof >
of th the ower court and is n Diad Diadturnable d re returnable ii iiturnable ¬
turnable before fOT < the state j 2Uit sUplIse sUplIsecurt upi iie iiecourt
court on May IM > 11 HFARIViERS 11I 11FARMERS I
I r2III 0 0FARMERS
FARMERS FIGHTING FIGHTINGF FIGHTINGMONTANA FIGHTINGMONTANA
F MONTANA SMELTER SMELTERHelena
Helena llele Mont May ay 6 6JlIdgf Judge W V H HHunt IIHunt
Hunt in ii the United UnitedStaeti State circuit court courttoday
today issued an order directed dr LM to the theAnaconda th I
Anaconda and Wa WatdIOP a8bofo ioe coniostiiies S to toshow
sbo show caue tau t5 e why hy a preliminary injunc injunction injunction injutictiori ¬ I
tion should net issue against t the oper operation opersties ¬
I
sties of the Washoe VashoeiIIfttIt swieHer r at Anac4 Ana Anaintin an n nda
I
cia da the Jarg la laret it t copper smelter in i the theworM th thwortd he heworld
worM The ceder nur 1 was a 151W5d4008 issued < ur > < > ii the theapplication t h
application n of IfiedJ 1ICI lied J Bites B oi of Emmef oiHM nulMC > < t tIda tIda I
Ida who 00 owns owits Tah4 1an in Jth I 1l tfce adjacent adjacentDeer adjafentDfer adjaeeitDeer
Deer Lodge f valley val y and many other otherneighboring otherneighboring I
neighboring hborlng farmers who no allege an their theirproperty theirproperty
property has been deteriorated in value valueby valueby valueby I
by smoke and fumes funurOftt from 4he < he big bigsmelting b bsmeltin bigsmelting
smelting smeltin plant Iant Bliss petition for the theenter j jorder i
order aileK aItgs s hat t th t thpropMy JHOpiny property to the thevalue thedue
value v due ue of 2009000 200 2OO OO has been bt damaged damagedThe daniagodThe magfd magfdTilt I
The order to I 0 show i cause 8 is made re returnable returnable ¬
turnable June Ii f in Helena HelenaCHILDS HelenaCHILDS HelenaCHILDS
I
CHILDS AWFUL FATE FATEhattaroy FATEhattaroy
i f hattaroy Wash May 6 6hile 4 4f I
f While hile Ada the fye yearold rold rolddaughter 4 4daughter f ff
+ f daughter of o Mr and Mrs M Free Fneman f ff
4 f man SUJey was playing pJayi around arrmmlhlazing aroundb +
< t hlazing b bg stumps her clothing clothingf thjnb thjnbught +
4 f caught ught lire and she be was wa so badly badlybuntd 4 4t 4burned
+ t > burned that she h died 1n m terrible terribleagony terribleagony + f fa
+ a agony ony a few hours later laterH 4 f ft fEN
+ t 4
+ + 4 + 4 + + + + H + + + + + + + H Ho HEN + 4 4EN + + + + + + + + + +
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EN ROUTE TO PORTLAND PORTLANDBufe PORTLANDBute PORTLANDBue
Bufe Mont M nt May 5A A Miner Minerspecial iliners Minersperial
special s ial from Misgoula states that fifty ftftyr fiftyconductors
r conductors from the New Ne York New NewHaven Ne NeHaven NewHaven
Haven Hartford HartQItIRHUW8Y rllway R Hway company companypassed I6mpanJp companypassed
passed p s thl thiougli IIugli that city tonight tO i ht MI t < MIroute tl i iroutp
route to Portland where h they tI y go to at attend ¬
tend the > national naUo sl convention of rail railway railway ¬
way av cmiductorfl f ltdUft rt which convenes May ifayThe JtIarea
5 The party will make I its stop at atJHREE
ea eattle c 0 0THREE
II IIc
THREE YEARS IN PRISON PRISONutte PRISONButte
Butte utte Mont L M May fha Mrs Jennie JennieMorrison JennieiolornfOn JennleMorrison
Morrison coiui 0 OiI ited ted of manslaughter manslaughterin mlA aughter I IeonnecU iin
in connection eonnecU n with the killing of Rich Richsrii j jnrd
nrd Finnegan was today sentenced RiehI by bvJudge J
Judge Banian to three years in the theDeer th thDeer theDeer
Deer Lodgepenitentiary Lodge penitentiary She took the I Isentence I Isentef1 Isentence
sentence calmly appeared in the thecourtroom theurt1ooJn theeourt
courtroom eourt 2001fl rather elaborately dressed
MONEY WAS AS MOTIVE FOR MURDER MURDERSavings MURDERSavingsof MURDERSavingsof
Savingsof Savings of Bluebeards BIuee ue e rds Wives ViveQuickly Quickly Drawn From the Banks BanksR Banl BanksPflcIeIphia < s sI
R ifedelphia Detective Witnessed One Oneof Onei Oneof
i 0 of Hh the Marriages arri g eso I
HIOtl H1OOOMay 00 a76I 6Ihc be first mention mentionof i iof
C f of mutttpte ul ipIf mayria ni togss vs 1Iy oy Blue BIuebearir I IJeunI j jbeard
beard Joteann Hoch came during durtafitb dU dUtbe duringthe
tb the trial today wh whet whe Assistant State StateAttorney siat siatAttorney l3tateAttorney
Attorney Olsen a aske4 4te4 tIt the Bntniafe vrrIar vrrIarlaws j J
laws la WR of Fcnnsylvan pt > nn B tx dm1Ufd adm admitted itted ittedevidence iq iIIiEidptKe j jrvidem
evidence as a preRafflhiEry pren to Use testi testimnny t teatimnny til
mnny mnny of 0 Detertive D tftthe ttftward 1waTd aid 76rman rmarft01 rmarft01Pbnacletp < bj oJPhiladelphia t tPbiUdelphia
Philadelphia ta who 1h was w bunt ht ro a n at tl the thewarrie i iher IJra
Jra warrie Cf herb ft tIuxoIine Ine i4pre i4preiher j jher
her in Phttadrlphia a snort time b bfore be < > 1 1ro Ifore
fore ro HOt cain ra to Chicago eh axQ The Th ob object a bj ¬ j jject
ject t of I Ms mete gnt according a hI1ngti ti Assist Assistjint Assistant I
Ant States Sat s Attorrrcy 4tsen sen wa was a a de desire dere desire ¬
sire re to prove ruv that jWb hrch alter aft marrying marryharolilW nrarryIngaroibre
raroline Sprcichcr had hadkft kti her he r ha hataken ha4i1 ha4 ha4taken
taken take all her savings with him and andeonle nd bA bAcome 1
come CJI to CTiicuso and married malTi d MiJ M MWaickei Mr MrWalcker <
Walcker This twtimony it wa warlaitned wta wtaclaltttet1 I Iclaimed1
rlaitned wouM tend to enow that tlMtttile tke tkemotive 1 1Jnotive imotive
motive Hoch bad hi killing illin Mrs Watek WatekerHoeh Wakkj WalcItorHoeh
erHoeh was to secure her money JI as 1 it itis j
is 1 alleged all ed he had done denein in the case of ofhis ofhis i
his other wives wivesJudg wivesJudge
1
Judge > Kersten Ker ten granted ranted f the he request requestanrl requland requestand
and Gorman was wa allowed aow to take tak the theKtand t tfltand thestand
stand German O rmai l testified t that he hitd hitdbeen hd j
been present reent as best mao at tiWitttr tiWitttrriase
riase of e H Herb rh h whom Jaom he > ik knW as asJohn uJohn asJobti
John Schmidt to Caroline Spre1cb r
OYAMl MNREAoY READY TO ADVANCE ADVANCESudden
Sudden andSuccessful Attack of o Japanese Japan ese Cavalry Ca v airy Upon Cos Cossacks CossacksAnother CossacksAnother ¬
sacks sacksAnother Another General Bat Batle le Thought to toBe toBe toBe
Be Imminent
+ + + + + + + + + + H + + + + + + + + + + + t4 Tr Tr7oki + + H + + 4 470kb + +
4 + Tokio 7oki Ma x May > 7 iA 7Aectlrdi Ac torditCk ordii to ad adkes 4
4 vices kes from Manchuria FfeW Ffeldllblr Ffeldllblrbal Mar 4 +
4 sbai bal Oyaiwas jyat vctreme t m right r t and 1d 1dXTf 4 >
4 4 extreme XTf mf left have materially IttAl alb > 4 4Vaneed d 4 4vaneed
4 vaneed 4
4 + to tot 1 1C
+ + t H HF + + + + + + + + + + <
C JoNSHUHHIEN for or Malmaihal MalmaihalI J Ji
F I i I Machuria May 6F1eld Field Marshal MarslmlOva MarsltMlOyama MarshalOyani
Ova Oyama ma skeins ready to assume a the thefftensive tltetfftn8lveoft theoffeneive
fftensive tfftn8lveoft on a large scale and activity activityalready acUtalready activityalready
already hall bg1ln > > n on General Gqne l Line Lteevitchs LlDevitehs Linevjtchg
vitchs left This may b be the rMrelitde rMrelitdeto J ± eietde eietdeto
to another general 1IErnl batlte > The Theete Iapa Iapaese <
ese have coTrcontraled h heivy > vT colura colurami coIusfin lrna lrnaOil
mi the Liao river and andlhetr their advancedivisions advance dv dvauefdivisions e edivisions
divisions have been in contact with th thHltMian8 tbeRussians he heliussians
Russians who tire holding hoidin the main mainroad mainroad In InrOAd
road from Fakotnan to Bashienchen BashienchenOn Bas1tietl t en
On Thursday the t Japanese Japan cavalry cavalrys cauySUddetI cavairysaddeely
s SUddetI saddeely ddet < > Iy attacked att kecl the th Cowaefce cCM fs fserwhelmLig htlverl Nverwhellcitg
tlverl erwhelmLig ebrL1 < force forcing orc ng the latter latterto 1tterto Ittahto
to retire Then supported EUPP > rtec1 by y m infantry infantrythe infantrythe fan try trythe
the Japanes Tapaiaes advanced a vanced anLdrove avLdroveRussian the theRussian LeRu
Russian Ru ian Icfantry out of th thdv f YiI1a1 vfHa lag e of ofPalithoun ofPalithotln atPalithoun
Palithoun PalithounA
A Rusoian Ru an recoiinoiteriiu re nIlter party pirtytwelve pntytwelve partytwelve
twelve miles further west ran into an
r 2 > 1 l
rhGrc Off OffI I
I
at Philadelphin P1iIad phia on Oct t 20 1M4 Gee German Geeman ¬
man mansid said Id that Hoch lived with wit the wo woman womati we weusan
man for ten days and then suddenly suddenlyleft suddenlyleft I Ileft
left the thesate thesateDrew state stateDrew
Drew Down the Savings SavingsLyte SavingsTytf SavingsLyte I i
Lyte H Parson paying teller of o the theHome theMom theHome
Home Savings bank of this city where whereMrs wheretk here herelIIrg I
tk Mrs WalckerHech and her sis sisIngs slst sinterWs
t terWs r Fi FIehet hr HqcJI had t their ir sa sa1ng saY saYThgt
Ings on deposit testified that on Of Oftf4 Dec DecW4
15 J9T4 tf4 Hoch called at the bank with withMra witks1rkfrHob withMta
Mra VTalrkfrHoch and withdrew all nilthe alltile allth4
the savings x ing of 0 Mrs Ir WnlckerHoch WnlckerHochamowntinp WalekerHochflOWtIfl TalkerHOfhanioui1lin
amowntinp flOWtIfl to f2Tt ri On Jan 19 I 1906 1906Hoch l lHh 1901IioiIi
Hoch according to Parsons appeared appearedat
at the U < bank again this thl time tkn with Mrs Mrslipch Inhf MrsFL
lipch FL hf s Hoch and withdrew all the themoney themeney
money mI ef o oft deposit belonging to Mrs MrsFUfthor Mrsiwher I
FUfthor Herb amounting to S7i S7iToHiaa smTolitas 7iie
ToHiaa B Muwer Mu fl a bartender at a aiWiooir aeorr
iWiooir eoif where Hoch bought seltzer water waterfor waterfoe I
for Mrs MT WakkerHoch testified that thatHeeh thatHoh
Heeh had told him that his wife had hadbeen hadItetm hadbeen I
been sick for eight years ears and that he hehad hehad
had lost three t e children during that thatUme tbatlime
1 lime Muster stated that on the day dayiafterMrss dayatterMrs I IEr I
iafterMrss Er lnc WalckerHochs death Hoch Hochcame ilochcaste < h
came came to the saloon and returned two twobottles twobottles
bottles of seltzer water > r with ltk the re remark remark ¬
mark Well Y II she he is dead and I dont dontneeil dontneed dontiiel
need this any more JR re
ambush al1d > lsh and all the party except ex live livewere livewere livewere
were Iciiied Iciiiedi illrt
i
illrtoyama
Oyanas Report ReportTokk RcpgrtTukio RcportTukin
Tokk > May 7 9 a m mThe The following followingollical Cflltoiugfutlilttreporl followinglutlie1a
futlilttreporl lutlie1a ollical report has as been beenreemvttI received from fromAla fromufhurinn fromI
I Ala Mhtichuritin iN ufhurinn nurii n army Ii hsadqnEiers hsadqnEiersOur a4qnart ners rs rsOnr
I Our for force < e adv advanced nce < l north from fromj rose roseruttgtiua
j Tanghua rU lgbua dispersed dIspE t the e enemy etaem enemyjc cay cavairy c caIry cayI
I airy and nd occupied O Kouyatai twenty twntyei t twentyeight en ty tyI
ei eight ht t miles north of Tnnghua last lastMoildrr lastoftd lastMouk
Moildrr MoildrrOMr Mouk MoukOur oftd oftdOur =
I Our force fun advanced arivan < l toward Fenchua Fenchuafrom Fenehuaf
from f 415 m Fakotnan and < ncldt dispersed tre treenemy traet tLaenemy
enemy in the vicinity of Erhwinotwu Erh Erlisisothuand Erhwinotwuand tot1load
and Tasiaotun thirty miles northeast northeastoC
t
of Fakotnan on My M 4 and occupied occupiedPapioiun ocUrMedPaplOun occupiedraptotun
Papioiun Paiitoun on the evening of ofj oC1a ofMay
j May 1a 4
Cadets Going to War WarSt WarSt WarSt
St Pettrsours May Iny 6 LEmperor LEmperoricholas Emperor EmperorNicholas EmperojboI88
Nicholas jboI88 yesterday reviewed at Tsirs Tsirst TeirskFelo
kFelo t < > eSelo the th ssenior eno classes uf f the page pageeorjw pageand pegeen9a4
eorjw en9a4 and the cavalry mllitaryjensin mllitaryjensint mmtaryen n ntrt
trt t ifl and St t Petersburg Pet sbuT infantry schools schoolswho lChuolwho sekrjoiswho
who have been commissioned four fourMonths fJourths foursontha
Months ths in I advance advance dvan of the regular date dateThe dateI
I I The emperor eTI ror exhorted the young offi officers ¬
1 1 cers to take care car of the men under them themand themand
and to t Go o their duty to their country countryMany ro1lntryJIl country344py
r Many JIl of of O thcte officers will go at once onceto once oncet9 Uncetct
to the front frontReturn frontt
t
f Return R turn of Kuropatkin KuropatkinSt
1 r St Petersburg May 6 6The The rumors rumorsof rumorsof rumorsof
of the approaching return of General GeneralJCJiroiratKin Generalroiit1th
JCJiroiratKin roiit1th fOr fo > > the front m now w seem seemthatooneral seemfA seemI4
fA b I4 d definItely ftnite v confirmed and it is said saidt saidthat
thatooneral t that t 1 7neal arnubaieff commander commanderf r rMthp
Mthp M f th the > Fcurth East Fiberlan corps ro S will willj willsutrped
j soi surPH eed hint hint FatTlnj health is assigned assignedas a i ft ftas
as the cause ea a Fe for Kuropatkins coming comingJ comin cominI comingback
J I back tQ St Petersburg PetersburglMONTANA PetersburgII PetersburgMONTANA
II cr co col
lMONTANA l MONTANA O jTANA PIONEER PIONEERCOMMITS PIONEERCOMMITS PIONEERCOMMITS
COMMITS SUICIDE xSUICIDEJ SUICIDELiylruston SUICIDELivIniston
J Livingston Mont O 1t May IDe cDespondI Despond Despondent pondect
ent over Imaginary y troubles John JohnI
I
I TVkyaXt W ytt aged 00 a pkmou of Montana Montanaj MontanJ
j I committed suicide last night by drawn drawnI drawninc drawnlug
J inc His Ils body was found this mrnlng mrnlngon
I on a sandbar In the Yellowstone river riverabout riverabout riverhout
about hout a mile below this place Whyatt Whyattwas Whyattwas Whyattwas
was In good circumstances but recent recentjly recentty recentIY
jly ty had frequently fr expressed fear that thathis tnathis thatltl
his ltl wife would some day be tn want wantHe wantiew wantlle
He smarted fart to Li walk to the th poor house houselast hou8thl houselast
last nirhl l1i hl and ii i in i supiosetf threw threwhimself threwbim threwhimself
himself bim elf from the bridge He was W a na nativp natiyeif
tivp tup tiyeif jjf Knelanl am and n i veteran of the thesfege th thCtlmetlJl theCImeait
CtlmetlJl war 8r huing taktll part ill the tbes thesfec
sfege s e e of Senas eha h3 Truol t 11 He had lived in inMontana inIontana inMontapa
Montana 30 years yearsBODY Yf 11 11ODY
BODY ODY OF OFMiSSi MISSING G MAN MANFOUND
FOUND IN COAL BANK BANKttutte BANKButte
Butte Butte Mont lont May G 6A A special a1 to b the theMiner U UAHner theMiuer
Miner from Miles City Clt says saysThe 511 sn3 sn3The
The boVly b C1Y of Fred CroalPM who has hasbeen hasheen hasbeen
been missing wan found un4 today buried buriedunder burie4ulI4ira buriedupdra
under ulI4ira a coal bank on Froaeii Dog Do creek creekA eretJL eretJLA
A caiiein h had d occurred and burned him himttllve himilJlv hhn1ive
ttllve 1ive Croslen Cr Jen was 21 1 years okl and andhud AJtd4nd andhint
hud been in the employ of Maurice MauriceHoward M8lIriceHoward Mauricefloward
Howard a sheepman shee 1DRn of Ouster Cu tpr county countyWilliam county1VUliam countyVltliatn
William Dixon accidentally discovered discoveredthe
the remains remainsRECEIVED remainsRECEIVED
11 w wRECEIVED
RECEIVED THE QUEEN QUEENRoine QUEENRome UEENRo >
Rome Ro mlru May 1iABlerieU T America AmoassadP AmoassadPnd Antb AlnbeasadtnjIMrs sadt sadttJILdlf
tJILdlf nd njIMrs iVrrs White were received this thl98 aft afternon aftCr116011 t tfnu6ou
ernon fnu6ou in fl their official audience by byCJueen byQueen byQueen
Queen Helena The queen was most mostaffable mostftable mostaffable
affable and conversed cO ersE > d wfth Mr and andMrs andnIrs andMrs
Mrs White for forhal half an hour
AMBASSADOR AMBASSADOR IS ISHIGHLY ISHIGHLY
HIGHLY HONORED HONOREDJoseph
Joseph E Choate the Guest of Lon LondonCoipornt Iondon i ii
i don donCoipornt Corporation CorporationADDRESS CorporationADDRESS on onAD
AD ADDRESS JRESS OFXORD OFL RD MAYOR MAYOREULOGISTIC MAYOREULOGISTIC
1 1EULOGISTIC
EULOGISTIC COMMENT OF THE THEPRESS THEPRESS THEPRESS
PRESS PRESSLONDOX PRESSL PRESSI
I ONDON Slay Iay 6 G2The 6The The banquet in inhonor inhonor inL
LONDOX L L honor of retiring Ambassador AmbassadorJoseph AmbassadorJoseph AmbassadorJoseph
Joseph H HChoate Choate In th the Man Mansion Mansion Ian Iansion ¬
sion house last night was spread spreadin
in the Egyptian Egypti n hall which was wasdraped wasdraped wasdraped
draped with 1tl1 the > banners of past pastlord pastlord pastlord
lord mayors m and the flags o ocolonies ocolonies of ofcolonIes
colonies Arranged behind the lord lordmayor lordmayor lordmayor
mayor and Mr Choate was the cor corporation corporation corporatlon ¬
poration plate centerpiece crossed by y a ahuge ahu ahuge
huge hu e sword and mace whIle the thesmaller thesinaller thesmaller
smaller pieces of this wonderful silver silverservice silverservice silverservIce
service including the enormous loving lovingcup iovingcup ovingcup
cup were used on the tables The Th rich richred richIed richted
red uniforms of the army arm officers offic to together together together ¬
gether with those of members of C the themunicipal themunlclpaJ themunicipal
municipal government and a vast staff staffofred staffof staffof
ofred of T red d coated powdered household 11OU hol1 at attendants a attendants t ttelldanls ¬
tendants made a gala a1a scene sceneThe sceneThe sceneThe
The archbishop 61 Canterbury Po Ponounced p1OnOUI1ed pcoflounced
flounced grace and the boiiftdiction boiiftdictionThe b > n dictio dictioThe
The aged lord mayor a aThltc white bearded beardedpicturesque beardedpktur beardedpleturesque
picturesque pktur ue figure in his rich costume costumerose eO3tGmeT eO3ttfllCrose
rose T and Coasted oRsted the king and queen queenSir queenSir queenSir
Sir Henry CampbellBanncrman pro proposed propo6pd proposed ¬
posed The President eulogizing elllo iztn jim 1dmas jimas
as 15 a Genuine Typical Character of ofAmerica ofAmerica ofAmerica
America an ofllclal friend of 0 p ptace ptacethough > ace acethough tethough
though perhaps not a quiescent dispo disposition tlispoUon dispottlon ¬
sition Uon
Ambassador Toasted ToastedPremier ToastedPremier ToastedPremier
Premier Balfour in toasting Mr MrOhoate MrChoate MrChoate
Choate said saidNo SAidNo saidNo
No greater horior could have beer beendone beerdone beerdone
done me than to have proposal propot l this thistoast thistOR thistoast
toast tOR st He congratulated the lord lordmayor loroImayor lorimayor
mayor on being the host of i Great GreatBritain GreatBritain
Britain on this memorable occasion occasionMr
Mr r Choate he said had been with withBritons wIthBritons withBritons
Britons in days da R of mourning and re rejoicing rojoieitig ¬
joicing joi lng of disaster and of orvictoJ victory m nt ntonb nQtonly t tonly
only as a 4 the representative of a great greatstate great8tat greatstate
state but ever ready to take his part partin pattin partin
in any phase pha > of British public life not notconnected notonn notconnected
connected onn te with politics ano anti had ha ever everplayed everplayed ver verpiacd
played his part with distinction He Hehoped Hehopld Hehoped
hoped Mr hosts would carry away awaywith awaywith awaywith
with him much more than merely merelydiplomatic m merelydiriloniatic r ly lydflomati
diplomatic < ideas ideasAir ideasMr ideasMr
Mr Bnlfour B lCour dilated on the close re relations relations relatlons ¬
lations between the two t o countries and andthe andthe
the common sentiment of amity whi whLh whLhsurvived h hsurvived hsunived
survived always despite the mistake of ofofficial orofficial ofofficial
official leaders He said that with the thelapse lh lhot Lhelapse
lapse of decades the old bitterness had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been lost in the historic past that all allcauses al1causes allcauses
causes of difficulty had vanished vanish d and andthat andthat andthat
that there had emerged slowly slowl but butsurely butsurely I
surely a feeling of common brother brotherhood brotherhood ¬
hood the surest prospect he ventured venturedto
to think of international peace and andprogress andprogress andprogress
progress In conclusion Mr Balfour Balfoursaid Balfoursaid Balfoursaid
said that this farewell to Mr Choate Choatewas Choatewas Choatewas
was not formal and officialbut official but came camefrom camefrom cainefrom
from their hearts heartsApplause heartsApplause heartsApplause
Applause for Choate ChoateOn
On rising Mr Choato was greeted greetedwith greetedwith greetedwith
with roundgof J ndsof applause e He spoke pokeat pokeatc at atconsiderable atconsiderable
considerable c length and with much muchfueling muchf muchfeeling
fueling f elfng He said that he was home homesick homesick homesick ¬
sick and glad to be returning to his hienative hisnative
land where old friends were werediminishing werediminishing
diminishing as fast as new ones were weremaking
making here If he remained much muchlonger mu muchlonger l1
longer longerhe he said he would have a worse
disease d ase than homesickness namely namel namelAnglonwtnia
Anglomania An American president presidenthad
had once wisely said that he would not
trust an ambassador in England more morethan morethan morethan
than four years because the English Englishwould Englishould Englishwould
would ould spoil him They The r would not spoil spoilhim spoilhim spoilhint
him as asthe the children of Israel spoiled the theXtdifuiites theidhutites theMiditujites
Xtdifuiites but contrary wise byheap byheapj
j ing compliments and benefits on them themHe themH themHe
He H said he did not dare trust himself himselfto
i to speak of the honor he felt in being beingthe beingthe beingthe
the guest gu t of such an assembly agsembl gath gathrred gathred gathred
rred > red to say y farewell Altogether too tooj toomuch
j I much credit hfcs been attributed to tome tome toiso
me Mr Choate said for the happy happynd lmppywli happysni
wli nd delightful del htrul relations now existing existingbetween existingbelw existingbetween
between belw n the two countries If T have havecontributed haveOntributed havecontributed
contributed < to maintain what I fOund fOundon
on taking up my post the last six years yearswill yearswill yearswill
will be the proudest of my life The Therenl TheretIreaSon Thereal
real retIreaSon reason for the happy state of af affairs affairs affairs ¬
fairs between the th Countries does not notbelong notJong notbelong
belong Jong to any ambassador but the two twonKn twomen
men jresoponlsble for their relations relationsnre
are > Lord Lansdowne and Mr lr Hay Ha I Ihac
l have ave never been n palled Into the pres presi
i ence of the king kln or his Illustrious con coni consort
i i fort without finding them also full of offriendship offrifnd8f offjendship
friendship IJ for the country I represent representThe representTfi representThe
The Tfi kings instincts for peace are un unerring unerring anerring ¬
erring and hi hf3 genius enius for conciliation conciliationperfect conciliationperfed conciliationperfect
perfect as he hag shown the th world in inseceiit inec Ini
seceiit i ec lt weeks weekTribute weeksTribute <
Tribute to Whitelaw Reid Reidj ReidJefore ReidLefore
j Before concluding Mr Ir Choate paid a atributt atribute
i tribute to Whitelaw Reid his successor successoras
as ambassador ador at t the court of St StJames StJ StJames
James J met5 and read from his recent speech speechi speeehfin
i fin inNew In Nw York as aso a worthy introduction introductionof
of the new ambassador ambassadorHe He said the thej timeBritish
j I British people would find that th t his suc sucj succesor
j 4 cessor and old friend had been a life lifet lifelong
t long advocate of friendly relations be beI
I tweeii Great Britian and the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States StatesI StatesMr StatesMr
I Mr Choate hoate will be formally called to tothe tothe tothe
the bench of the Middle Temple on onMay onX onMay
May X 0 I when it is expected King Ed EdJ Edward Edward
J ward who ho is also a bencher will be bepresent bcprftIIt bepresent
present This is a purely private func funcI
I tion lionI
I
I Eulogistic Editorials EditorialsLondon Editoriaist
I London Lo May Ma 6 Ambassador Choate Choateoccupied Choateoccupied ChoateI
t I occupied the premier place in this thismor thisI thisinorings
mor inorings finbs wings newspapers newspap rs Besides re reporting reportlng reporting ¬
I porting the banquet speeches at great greatlength greatlength greatlength
length all the journals j urnals editorialize on onthe onI onthe
I the American ambassadors valedictory valedictoryi
i I in terms termsof or eulpgy and express express the thegreatest theI
I I greatestpleasure greatest jlea8ur with ith the tone of the theI
I speeches ethfS of Premier Balfour Sir Henry HenryCampbeHBannerman HenryCampbeHBannerman HenryCainpbeiiBannerman
CampbeHBannerman and Foreign ForeignSecretary ForeignSe ForeignSecretary
Secretary Se < retaryLnnsdowne L jisdoune all of whom whomwere whomwere whomwere
were anxious to testify t Ub to their frfend frfendliness fri frindllnetss nd ndf
liness f for America and personal re regard rel8r1 regard ¬
gard for the ambassador and thereby therebyexpressed therebYexpre5 therebyexpressed
expressed expre5 1 the feeling of the whole wholeemmtry wholeMml1try wholecountry
country The Th Morning + Post concludes concludesj
j f its i article as follows followsThis
I This Tb s the th Jorrt orti mayors 1J1a ors banquet may mayhe ma maI mayhe
he grea great t international act a tl a i better betterproduct betteIprodHt betterprodirct
I product of diplomacy than aalieaf at oof of oftreaties oft oftreaties
treaties t aUis aUisQUICK o
QUICK WORK IN COURT COURTHelena CQURTHenH COURTHelens
Helena Mont May 1ra 6 6Jhstice 6Justlcc Justice moved movedswiftly moved8wiftl movedswiftly
swiftly 8wiftl in the th case ca < e of Chester A Bond Bondrestedtwo Bond1t
1t Helena coloJcd colo ed luau who was ar arrstedlfo arrestedtvo
restedtwo weeksago weeks ago upon the charge chargeof
of opening a letter Addressed to Jesse JesseC
C Bowd a white man abstracting a adraft adraft t traft
draft raft for 50 l1 forgIng the other muns munsname munsname mansname
name and sending the draft to a Den Denver Denver Denver ¬
ver electrical t t4 ctrieal supply 5u ply hfcuse He was WHSindicted wasIndicted WasIndicted
indicted by bythe the United States jury and andtoday andtnday andtoday
today he pleaded glulty Judge Tud e Hunt Huntsentenced IIuntSe Huntsentenced
sentenced Se tencedhim him to one year In the penir penirten pel1iten penitentiary
ten tentiary tiary
tiaryFAST
FAST IN THEICE THEICENorth THEICENorth THEICENorth
f
North Sydney B BI C May 6 6Word 6Wordvas Word Wordwas
was brought here by bystEflrner stQRiner Bruce Brucewhich Brucewhich Brucewhich
which arriveu today that the Can Canadian Canai1ian Canadian ¬
adian Pacific railroad steamer Lake LakeChamDhiin LakeChamvin LakeChamplain
Champlain bound from Liverpool for forMontreal forJolontrt1RJ forMontruI
Montreal i Is e fast UVk11 h1 itithe he Ice fortyfive fortyfivemiles forty fortyfivemiles five fivemUEs
miles southwest outhwestp outhwest owSTape t ape Ray na N F FThe FThf FThe
The Lake ChamplWf has on board
1500 passengers r
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KIDNAPER IS NOW INHJQING INHJQINGOMAHA INII IN HIDING HIDINGOMAHA i iOMAHA
OMAHA POLICE FORCE ON THE THELOOKOUT THELOQKOUT THELOOKOUT
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+ M4M M 4 M + 4 M + + M t + + + + + + + 4U + + + + + MM + + + + t 4 4Omaha M i iOmaha
4 Omaha Neb May 6 6As As mya m8terious mysterlous + +
4 terious as was the return to this thlscit + rfcity
+ city cit by bYJ byat > Pat at Crowe the th alleged kid kidnaper 4 4f 4naper +
+ f naper of Eddie Cudahy four years yearsago yearaago 4 +
4 + ago has been his sudden dfsp ds disappearanVe p ppearance +
4 pearance When he left the office omeeof +
4 4 of a local newspaper Friday night nishtbe + f ff
+ f he remarked that he was going to tothe tothe + f
+ 4 the home of his brother in Council CouncilBluffs CounellBluffs CouncilBluffs +
+ Bluffs but he could not be located locatedf locatedthere locatedthere +
f there today todayH todaye +
+ + f fnSIAHA
+ H + t e + t + + + 4 + + t + t + t + + + + t + t t ff t + t t t t tt ttMAHA t tOllAHA
MAHA Neb May 6 GThat That Pat PatCrowe PatCrowe PatU
nSIAHA U Crowe is in the city of Omaha Omahawas Om Omahawas a awas
was as much of a surprise surpriseto
to Chief of Police Donohue as asto asto asto
to the other citizens of the city cityHe cityHe cityHe
He said today todft that he had taken takensteps takonstlWpS takensteps
steps to apprehend the tbetugtUve tbetugtUvehad fugitive and andhad andhad
had placed a large detail of detectives detectiveson
on the case caseThe caseThe caseTlie
The greatest t trouble is that no mem memhe member naher
her or the force wouid knowCroWle know1Crowe It Ithe Ithe
he appeared on the streets treet said the thechief thechief thechief
chief It js j not true however that thatCrowe UlfttCrowe thatCrowe
Crowe hag been openly living Uvln with his hisbrother 1tbbrother hi hibrother
brother in Council Bluffs If Pat is in inthe inthe Inthe
the city he has kept kE > pt well under cover coverI
I have had a number of communica communications communfotJons communleations ¬
tions indicating that Crowe would fee in inOmaha InOmaha inOmaha
Omaha and have been on the watch for forhim fothbn forhim
him him
himThe
The chief was inclined to say a a worft worftof won wonof worof
of censure to those who saw and talked talkedto
to Crowe last night Donohue thinks thinksthat thfukthat thinksthat
that he should have been notified im immediately immediately isamediately ¬
mediately of Crowes presence pre ence In the thocity thecIty thecity
city
Crowe Was Talkative TalkativeWhen Talkativeen TalkativeWhen
When en Crowe appeared at the office of ofalocal o oalocal ofa
alocal a local newspaper last night he wasdressEfd was wasdressexi wasdressqd
dressexi dressEfd in a neatly fitting business suit suitand sul suland suitand
and was in a talkative mood Hie con conversation conycrsatfon conversation ¬
versation at times carried a mixture of ofthe 0the ofthe
the slang contracted by long compan companionship compJIionship comnpantonship ¬
ionship with the class of men with withwhom withwhom Withwhom
whom he had been associated Gen Generally Generall Geeemily ¬
emily erall r however he spoke in a rather rathercosmopolitan rtltercosmopolitan rathercosmopolitan
cosmopolitan manner and avoided a olded racy ru rulanguage
language languageDuring languageDuring languageDuring
During his conversation he referred referredto
to his own family and spoke feelingly feelinglyof
of his wife and two dead children Be Heexpressed Beexpressed Beexpressed
expressed a wish to become free to JIve Wvedown JIvedOVI1 livedown
down the past experiences of his life lifeHe lHeHe lleHe
He took occasion to deny the author authorship a1Itooship authorship ¬
ship of several crimes which have been beencharged beenharg beencharged
charged harg > d against him and declared that thatfie thate thatjie
fie e was innocent of participation in the thatrain tlMtrain thetrain
train holdup near St Joseph Mo foe foewhich rocwhich forwhich
which he served a threeyear peoiteav peoiteavtiary p peojte peojtetiary
tiary sentence sentenceHas sentenceHas sentenceHas
Has a Bullet Wound WoundCrowe WoundCrowcalsplayed WoundCrowedisplayed
Crowe Crowcalsplayed dlsplayed th the ntniirtir ntIIlrlt ntIIlrltwound t twound liliffclTr liliffclTrwound
wound in the shoulder which w1dehelared he 0 0dared De Declared ¬
dared he had received during ftc serv ¬
ice iceln in the Boer army He Heserved a ss yf yfserved ha haserved
served but three weeks with the BoonL BoonLhis BIJ BIJhis Bee Beehis
his wound making it necessary for torto tehn tehnto p pto
to leave the army He went to Durban Durbanthence Durbsnthence
thence to London and returned to the IkeUnited t theUnited leUnited
United States stopping three th week w In InXew 1ftNew hrNew
New York and thence going to Chicago Chicagowhere Chlcapowhere Chka Chkawhere
where he has since resided residedt
Cudahy Will Prosecute ProsecuteE
t
E A A Cudahy who paid id the ai airansom 53fl0 53fl0ransom 2QSQransom
ransom for the return of his son and andwho aadwho andwho
who offered a a large reward for Crow Crowat Croweat Crowsat
at the time of the kidnaping said saidI
I have not heard from Crowe for forabout forabout forabout
about three months Crowe sent a friend friendto
to Chief of Police Donohue and acked ackedfor akdfor
for Immunity from punishment if he heshould 1eshould beshould
should voluntarily surrender I told toldDonohue tol4Donohue toldDonohue
Donohue that I would not recommend recommendleniency recommeadleniency recommendleniency
leniency for Crowe or do anything to teshield toghield toshield
shield him On the contrary I stated statedthat statedthat statedthat
that at the time and I repeat now that thatif thtif t tif
if Crowe should surrender or be cap ¬
tured I shall lend any assistance 1 1my In Inroy in inmy
my power to prosecute him in the aante aantemanner Itemanner aaemanner
manner thai tha I would in the case of any anycriminal apycriminaL y ycrImInal
criminal
Hotel Mans Story StoryThe StoryThe StoryThe
The police and detective forces of
Council Bluffs have also been put to towork towork towork
work in an effort to find Crowe Thom Thomas ¬
as J OBrien the hotel proprietor tyho tyhomade yhomade o omade
made the appointment for the meeting meetJn meetJnof
of Crowe with a newspaper man said saidtoday sa1today saittoday <
today that he had known Crowe for fit fifteen Afteen fitteen ¬
teen years He also said that he 1i hall hallmet haamet hadmet
met Crowe several times since the
Cudahy kidnaping the last time six sixmonths sbmonths olxmonths
months ago when Crowe accosted him himon h hon himon
on the street He said he had no par particular particular ¬
ticular interest in Crowe and that the
latter had asked him
to make the ap appointment appointment appointment ¬
pointment with the reporter because o oC
OBriens former extended acquaint acquaintance acquaintance acquaintance ¬
ance with the fugitive fugitiveLUCKY fugitive15iJ fugitiveLUCKY
15iJ 15iJLUCKY
LUCKY JUDGE HARGIS HARGISJury
Jury in Celebrated Kentucky Mur Murder Mnrder Murder ¬
der Case Failed to Reach BeachAgreement ReachAgreement ReachAgreement
Agreement AgreementLexington AgreementLexington AgreementLexington
Lexington Ky May tay 6 GThe The Jury In Inthe inthe Inthe
the the murder case of oft ofJudge Judge Hargis this thisafternoon x xafternoon I Iafternoon
afternoon a second time time t reported to to the thecourt tilecourt thecourt
court that it was hopelessly disagreed disagreedand
and the jurors were then finally dis discharged dIscharged discharged ¬
charged chargedIt
It is understood o the vote ote stood ten tentwo tentn tentntwo in intwo
two for acquittal It is 1 said Hargis HargIs1It HargIs1Itask H Hask Uask >
ask for bail bailJames ballJames bailJames
James Hargis county judge o oBreathitt QI QIBreathitt ofBreathitt <
Breathitt county was ras charged c a wiCK wiCKhaving witllhaving withhaving
having conspired with his brother brotherSenators brotJleISenators brotheaSenators
Senators Alexander and Elbert Harglp Harglpand H Hand Hgg Hggand
and Sheriff Kd EdCallahan Callahan tokill to kill James JamesCockrill J JCockrill nEs nEsCockrill
Cockrill This was one of the many ItaBYfeud jnyfeud manyfeud
feud eases that hog attracted wide at attention 0tention attention ¬
tention because of o o1 the prominence or ofthe f fthe
the defendants Judge Hargiswas Harglswasfirst 1 1first h hfirst
I first of the four placed on trialrst trialrstaratc t trlil s sarate
aratc trials having been ordered orderedCockrill orcIeredCodnm orderedCockrlll
Cockrill who was tpwn marahaJ Jna Jnashot washot wa washot
shot in Breathitt county and d1laced b bahs bahsPlaced te tejMaced
Placed immediatelj on a train by by1Jts by1Jtsfriends hte htefriends lbfriends
friends was brought into 1AJIeUltcounty Payetincounty Fajrette Fajrettecounty
county where here he died diedNO diedNO
0 0NO
NO CAUSE FOR COMPLAINT COMPLAINTSt <
St Petersburg Peter urg May 7 135 1 a aPrivate a JD JDI in inPrivate
Private advlces received here ere fw fsoParis > m mParis
Paris say that the gpvernor general gen8JllJOC gen8JllJOCIndot1 at atIndoChina ofIndna
I IndoChina nll M Beam reports that hatnewed re reflowed e enowed
flowed Japanese complaint of vinluilqtt vinluilqttof vlolt vloltof
of French neutrality is unfounded Aft Aftcr Aftor ft fter
cr leaving lea in Kamranh bay ba they th y say Ad Admiral tctmlral AttmimI ¬
mimI Rojestvensky stbpped nowhere Jlow now4rereln now4rerelnFrench fOreln fOrelnFrench in inFrench
French territorial waters over olertPlI olertPlIfOllr twenyr twenyrfour twentifour
four hours The charge made of lie ilhcshipment liesflipment he heshIpment
shipment of coutrabanU from Sa4pon HI 1 1the 1t 1tthe to tothe
the Russian fleet is being beinginveigata beinginveigataPRIZE Utveatlgatd iJ1e tlgat t tPRIZE J JPRIZE
PRIZE FOR ROADMASTER ROADMASTERSpecial ROJDMASTER ROJDMASTERS ROPDMASTERSpecial
Special S I I to Th The Thei HeraJii HeraJiiLaEfiml HenwltLa I ILasitm4e
LaEfiml La n Wire 0 May 11 6 6RoatImii H a maFT maFTEd < t or orE4 r rq
Ed q Dtiell has been advised ndv < that f MM MMfifth HII fl flfltlitndslt
fifth t1ft fltlitndslt II and sixth SI tit district 6f f the t h Tnn TnnPtacifia 1 IIaulfhr 11 II IIPaoi
I Ptacifia Paoi Cl have laY been awarded 4i 4ha r it rrWs rrWsfor < c s sfor 5for
for the best track best kept SCctTOn SCctTOnstations scUbnstations IJIf IJIfstations
stations and grounds on the system 8tem
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