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Ii fl I TMAPpEMJ THE SAL SALT T LAKE HERALD I LAST A EDITION EDITIONA 7SP 7SPESTABLISHED I N
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I L iiiirA ESTABLISHED JUNE 6 1S70 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY MAY I Y 8 1905 PRICEy FIVE CENTS i II ccts rSJUlts r ullS I
BESSIE BOUTON BOUTONIS
i IS IDENTIFIED IDENTIFIEDSTORY
Mother of the Murdered Girl Takes Takesthe Takesthe
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the Body Hom HomI HomSTORY
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I STORY OF THE CRIME CRIMEREVIVAL CRIMEi CRIMEREVIVAL CRIMEREVIVAL
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REVIVAL OF LOCAL INTEREST INTEREST IN JNCUTLER INCUTLER INCUTLERMOUNTAIN
CUTLER CUTLERMOUNTAIN MOUNTAIN MYSTERY MYSTERYiOLORADO Fw1YSTERYCOLORADO MYSTERYC
C iOLORADO SPRINGS Goto Co4 May 7 7I 7Mrs 7J
COLORADO
J I Mrs Meda Kempter Kemttt < Pr wife of ofRichard ofRiehM o omchRNl
Richard RiehM Kempter of Syracuse SyracuStY N NY NY
Y has identified the remains of f o the thefuller theutler theCutler
fuller mountain victim as that of her herdaughter herdaughter herdaughter
daughter Mrs Bessie Bes e Beaton and left leftlate leftate Ct Ctatt
late ate last night ni ht with the remains for forNow forNpw forNw
Now York The klentiticatkm was wasOlnplete nMttte nMtttecomplete ma maomplete
complete by the iental work upon the thetetth theteth ihetetli
tetth and by a sear upon the right s MK MKOf Mleof le leof >
of Of the left ft fore linger nger as well as oy bytbr oythf oyth
tbr th > hair The mother charged cha ed that thatMilton thatMilton thatMi1to
Milton Franklin Andrews attempted to tomurder toTlurder toPurder
murder the girl by pofeott poi ott while on the thePacific U1 U1Paciflc thePacific
Pacific coast and this convinces the thepolke tll tllOlke thjwlke
polke Olke that if they can capture < Andrews Andrewstlu Andrewstlwy Andrewsthty
tlu tlwy > y will be > able to establish a murder murdercharge murd r rdIargp rharg
charge harg against him himThe himThp hhiiiTlw
The body of Bessie 1W iE Bouton was found foundon
on H cutler mountain south lk of thte oly olyit dt iitIt
111 it tho th afternoon anf > moon of Dec 177 1904 by bylr b br byPr
lr r Chamberlain C and nd a party of offriends offrit of1riend
friends frit > nt < l IH Death > eath > ath was a caused by b a axraliitrf aHalihn ataIjtprc
xraliitrf > taIjtprc bullet being bt > ing find into the theliid the1I
liid 1I Every artkle > of f clothing tlothin was wasremoved WHIrl 4 4re7invlit
removed rl oyd by the th murderer and the body bodyIlaiirt bodYJlanft bodyjia
Ilaiirt jia ii I across the stump of a tr tree > e face facedownward faedownward facebWtIward
downward In the effort to prevent preventVr I Inition
Vr I < ognitk giiition nition > n the murderer poared gaso gasoline gHtIOlilH guolii ¬
line lii upon the body and built a fire un undr untifT untlr
dr the face But the extensive dental dentalv
v rk upon the teeth was not destroyed destroyedn
n I1J it was thte work which has led to totlio totI1 tot
tlio t identification of the victim victimMr victimIr vettmMr
Mr Ir Besaie Bouton and Mitten M Franklin FranklinAiilrws iraitkHuwer
Aiilrws jlrw < W wer TP in Salt Sa It Lke JA Kf > last July Jul for forwt f6rI forI
1 I I wt wtfk k a guests at a t the ie Wilson ll1011 E Dttr DttrhIt DurI > r rini
I k hIt 1ii I hut time A AIIdw dr ws frequented tuent the thefumbling tlteJmhlil1 thei
fumbling Jmhlil1 i nibi jog houses hou of this etty and KW KWV het hetam oIt
j j1 V lO and am jewels jf > wels upon whkh had been beenilvmo heonih aI1 I
ih ilvmo fle4l l lAfter lt
J After utr he had gambled amhIed away his money moneyATKirews 1It011YTldr moneyT1rw
ATKirews Tldr T1rw I < showed the leather > r by It railing railingv caIIIii caIIIiiu Hili Hilil1i I I
l1i u v Chief hitf of Police Lynch and demanding demandingt
I < it I h gel tack hu k his h4 > coin Andrews made maderges Madergls madergs
rges but th t 1hrc hfOll re was as no evidence that t thstb 1m t
1 b > ha ha1 < 1 boon tK > Pn swindle by b any but tegiti tegitiTI
TI 11 ite 1 gambling moans thl ChifC hkf f Lynch Lynchiiietlerl 1 iruehJC1 nh nhdrJ
iiietlerl drJ in getting back J8 andAn andAns and An ii iiI
i I It w WS s tliamotKls Mrs 4 BoutonV < < ont
1 iiiion i4iii agreeing to drop the matter for fortins forI forii
I tins tIll ii sum sumIroni um umrom I
Ironi rom li hf T < Mrs < Kotilon toto and her r coin oonr coinTnhlon
I r Tnhlon > iiion ion went to southern thfm California leav leavin eav y yl
l in I 1z Mire July Jul 14 At the laP tint thnr of the theTnton I IntMfrY
Tnton 1 ijtnii mystery the local poMee force forceIiing folCtj
j Iiing ling in conjunction with eastern f ftf > rn offi offiias otfJj
t ias j its tried to ii locate Andrews but did Mot Motsiiieed Jtf Mett
t siiieed SUo ced ed in getting any trave of him himNEWSPAPER hintI himI
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I I NEWSPAPER NEWSPAPER COLLECTOR COLLECTORFIGHTS COLLECTORI OLLECTORFIGHTS
I 4 q FIGHTS WITH LAWYER LAWYERIlaho
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Ilaho lah Falls May ay 7 The Th face ff > of ofArthur ofrthur ofArthur
Arthur rthur Ilolden a prominent attorney attorneyt attornt ittornoytf4hly
t tnlay wliy resembles m more re the map ofMan ofManchuria orM of Mali Maliihiiria n nfhllria ¬ j
churia than anything else f1 and all allon aftta I
on 1 ta aount i < o oHnt nt ff f a newspaper M papeor ina lONU i A AMitchell AJ AI
J Mitchell lltthe a coUertor for a Boise Boteej Boi BoiIWI Boise1aiwr
j 1aiwr ai IWI > er called tatl on Mr HoMen BokI this after afternoon after11OOPNLbI ner nernonll ¬
noon primeuttHK PIMItt a biH for forMr sMbscrli bMrKkm tion tionMr
Mr 11 Hoiden told the man that he had hadpaid badahl hadth
paid ahl the th subscription to a local agent agetitlong ageltlong agentlong
long ago H and that he > would ould produce producethe lrt1u e et
1 the t h reteipt as soon as he > got time U Then Thenth Thentlf ThentIii
th tlf collector got t mad and con tomenced tomencedtl menc d dto
to tl ibuse Ibu Mr Holden calling aliinJ him a anumber aJlumhr ai
number i of vile names Mr Hoiden Hoidenwho HoI lioldenwho n nwho
who by b the way at is captain of K com company cornI om omPiIIY ¬
I pany I N n > could uii stand it no longer longerand I longeriii1 r rlnd
and escorted orted the agent a nt out of the of ofIKr oftitf oflitC
IKr When Vh in the hallway a ro rough rOU1hillld roughiiid gh ghmd
md tumble tight took place pla Mr HoI Holleii HoIiff Ilol41P11
leii iff < got badly scratched serati1 In the > face faceand facealld faceitiid
and the > other oth I fellow f > Uw looks ous as if he had hadKom hadgow hadgrnu
Kom through a threshing machine machineMitthell madllntllitcht machineMitihell
Mitthell > 1I has retained a local attorney attorneyto aHorne aHorneto
to represent rf > pr nt him and lid the > case fd may be beairr be betirf beaireI
airr aireI tirf l before Judge Crowley CrowleyMEMORIAL IrowleyMEMORIAL ro I IMEMORIAL
MEMORIAL TO GARIBALDI GARIBALDIFrench GARIBALDIFrench GARIBALDIFrench
French Senator Makes He RoJtOra9le RoJtOra9leAmend HoitorableAineiid orable orableAmend
Amend for Crime Committed Committedhy
by French Empire EmpireTJoTne Empirenumt
4 TJoTne R me May 7 7The The French < delegation delegationvhicli delegationkh delegationliih
vhicli liih kh came FMe here for the unvtm unveiling of ofth oft
th t 111 < monument to Victor ktur Hugo on ontviuirday onI onA1
tviuirday A1 I i urday assisted a hlt > d today together togetherunit togelhrh
unit h S II It the Italian authorities the theiit t t1tIan theiErafl
iit 1tIan > ran aribakli one of the surviv survivors ulThr ¬
ors r S at a the inauguration inau c1tioll of a aboblitn Gari GarilMl Garlbtloiian
lMl btloiian < iian ntHueum next to the altar altarerected altarn altareieted
erected n ltd as s a anieinoria1 nemorial 1 of oCtbe Jibe be battle atUe of ofMfiitana oflJontaDa ofMentana
Mfiitana twelve miles JUi from from Rome Romeh Romehfr Rome1ire
h hfr re HI If7 1 General ntral Garibaldis Garibaldisvolunteer GaribaldisVli1fltOOi I Iol1Jnt
volunteer ol1Jnt were en > defeated by the theFriich theFrich
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Friich troops defending n ding the papacy papacyliiiottl IMPyEi i iTIiotU
liiiottl Ei j W Garftmldi the nly surviving survivingson I
8 son < < 11 of the hero was wa present walking walkingv alkingi
v i I t h I the aid of crutches ruh He was as the theol theoljct theoIjt
ol oljct j < t of enthusiastic manifestations manifestationsAmong 1naniffoStation8IIon
Among IIon IfPOflg the many speeches hes the roost roostnoteworthy ID08tJutpworthy mostIP
noteworthy IP was that of ci tne French FrenchSenator Frenchlator Frenchs
Senator s lator Rivet iVft who concluded cone his ad address add 4 4dts ¬
dress d ps with the t words wordsIn wordsiTi
iTi In n the name of republican repu n France FranceI
I eOlflO f tine here r before fOtf the sacred altar of ofMontana ofhlItaJt ofI
I Montana hlItaJt to make honorable amend for forthe tortlu
the 10 crime committed 1 by b the French Frenchcmnire FrenthIIHire Frenchcinnire
cmnire cmnireThe cinnireThe IIHireThe
The declaration was greeted grt > ted with up uproarious upruarlous uprtsirIoiis ¬
roarious applause and cries cries of r Long Longlive Longlve LongIve
live lve republican France FranceTO Frat1fC9 FraoteTO
C9 C9TO
TO SUPPORT SUPPORTPROHIBITION SUPPORTPROHIBITIONKansas PROHIBITION PROHIBITIONKansas
Kansas People Promise to Hold Up TipHochs UpHochs Upilochs
Hochs Hands in Anti AatiLiajior AntiLiquor AntiLiquor
Liquor Fight FightTopeka FightTopt FightTopeka
Topeka Topt > ka Kan May M 7 7In In nearly all allthe allth allthe
the th churches io Kansas today special specialservices speclalE specialservieS
services E > rvies were held in honor of the thetwentyfourth th tht thetwentyfourth
twentyfourth t anniversary annivrtoI trr of the en enactment enadrnent enactuient ¬
actment of the prohibitory law la A Astatement Af Astatement
statement f > from rein the state tatf temperance temperanceunion temperanceunion e eunion
union was as read at each of the services servicesand serlcesanti servicesatid
and support was as pledged to Governor GovernorHoch GovtrJtocHh Goverporfloch
Hoch i in whatever method he may mayuse mayuse mayuse
use to secure ure the enforcement of the thelaw tbeJaw theaw
law aw It is expected thatactive work workwill wOf1will workwill
will soon be started in the direction of ofclosing orlusillg ofclosing
closing the saloons Iooml in the Kansas Kansastowns Ka4towns Kanatowns
towns where the license system pre prevails preyails wecalls ¬
calls Governor Hoch reiterates Ids hfeannouncement Idsannouncemtnt iI iIannouiweinent
announcement that the law will iII be en enforced entorcro enforced ¬
forced in all portions of the state re regardless regardless regardless ¬
gardless of public sentiment sentimentAUSTRIA sentimentAUSTRIA entimentr entimentAUSTRIA
r
AUSTRIA HONORING HONORINGSCHILLERS HONORINGSCHI
4 SCHILLERS SCHI LLERS MEMORY MEMORYVienna
Vienna May Iay Festivities incident incidentto
to the centenary ct > of the > Poet Schillers Schillersdeath Schillersdeath hiUers hiUersdf
death df th are in progress here ht > rt > and else elsewhere elsehere elsethere ¬
where here throughout Austria Au ria where re the theleiman tleGplman theelman
leiman language 4n ua is spoken This Thismorning Trs1norning Thsmorning
morning several t > ral thousand swhool hv4 chil childr ehildieji hil hildlPH
dr dlPH n marched to the Schiller hilier mon monument monment menunient ¬
ment in Vienna sang and listened to toaddresses toy tor
y r addresses and recitations The observ observances observa cheeryaI1O ¬
ances a IW will be spread over several eera I days daysunder daysund daysunder
under und r the auspices au plcftl of various societies societiesand lfflCietieIJand societiesand
and will include incl public recitation rtCttat from fromSchillers fromh fronthullers
Schillers h hullers tlt > r works w rk choral recitations and amitorchlight andtorchlight andtorchlight
torchlight proeesctooB I Tomorrow ob obF obFlfvaut observslWen
F rvanee8 Flfvaut < will HI be held in the Vienna Viennacity YieDacity Viennacit
city cit hall
PRESIDENT GJVES GIVESDINNER GJVESDINNER GJVESDiNNER
DINNER TO PARTY PARTYMigfcty PARTYf
Migfcty f ty Hunters HntersReview Beview Experiences Experiencesof
of Trip TripOUTiWG TripOUTIING TripOUTING
OUTING CLOTHES AU FAIT FAITSHORT FAITSHORT FAITSHORT
SHORT SPEECHES SPEEpHES MADE AT COL COLORADO COLORADO COLORADO ¬
ORADO SPRINGS SPRINGSI SPRINGSG SPRINGSLEWOOD
I LENWOOD SPTUNGS SPlhXGs coro May 7 7President 7Pre 7b
G b President Pre dent Roosevelt entertained entertainedat ent ioo iooat
at dinner tonight ton ht his eomiKin eomiKinions e compunbits mlKln mlKlnions
ions on his h three weeks hunting kuntin trip tripin tripin tripin
in the Rocky R eky mountains After the thedinner thedinnEr thedlnmr
dinner he bade them an affectionate affectionatefarewell affeetiornltefarewell affectionatefarewell
farewell and t promised proml that all would wouhllive wouldIhe wouldJive
live forever in his fondest memory At Atthe Atthe Atthe
the dinner were P B Stewart of Colo Colorado Colorado Cob Cobrado ¬
rado Springs Dr Alexander Lambert LambertGuides LambertGuid LambertGuides
Guides Guid Jake Borah John Golf Brick BrickWells BrickYells BrickWells
Wells Jack Fry Fr and G M Sprague SpragueCourier SpragueCourier SpragUCCourier
Courier Elmer Chapman and Secre Secretary Secrctry Secrotary ¬
tary Loeb LoebIn Loebn LeekIn
In n describing the function netieft Chapman Chapmansaid Chapmansaltl Chapmansaid
said saidWe We Ve sat t j just st as 5 we did in camp campMr rampMr campMr
Mr Loeb was was the only dude at the theparty theparty theprty
party You reporter fellows ought oughtto
to have been there Yo TOO could have havegot havegot havegot
got all kinds of pieces for your pa papers paPtrsoY paOther ¬
pers persOther PtrsoY PtrsoYOU
Other OU r members mbers of the hunt said the theparty thtJNlrty theparty >
party talked over the events of the thethree thethrfOe thethree
three weeks and i d had a good time gen generally genentU generally ¬
erally entU Needless NHd to say Y it was Wi4 a din dinner dinner dlflnor ¬
ner none will forget The Th president presidentwas presidE > nt ntwas
was at his best He was a entirely rested restedand resttdand restedand
and had just come < On in from two or three threehours threehours
hours drive through the woods where wherehe wh whhe wherehe I
he went ent to study sl Colorado birds Mr MrStewart MrStewart tr trSteart
Stewart is a naturalist who knows knowsevery knowfer knowsey
every fer ey bird in the mountains and can cantell canten cantell
tell its habits and imitate its calls callsStore callsStore
Store Clothes Absent AbsentTHe AbsentThe
THe dinner was a5 served in a private privatedining privatedining
dining flinln room of the Hotel Colorado ColoradoThe ColoradoThe
The guests XUtS S were dressed much as they theywere theywere
were in the t mountains s Flannel shirts shirtswtre sbirtstre shirtsWrre
wtre tre the t be rule although a It hough the guides did diddiscard diddisfard diddiscard
discard their chaps and laid away awaytheir awa awathEir awaytheir
their guns The president and Mr MrI MrLoeb Ir
I Loeb oeb wore their frocks and Dr Lam Lambert Lambtrt Lambert ¬
bert and Dr Stewart wre r in plain bus business busil1 bus1l5as ¬
iness il1 suits a aM they thf > Y have not yet con connected eonnezted on ¬
nected with their drew d ckHhen Some Someof Someof Someof
of the stories told at the > dinner later laterwent latertllt laterwent
went tllt into private circulation but it itis itund itis
is understood und rHtood they were f > re not to bo boprinted heprinted
printed and the wishes w hes of the presi president iresident ¬
dent 1 will be 1 e respected It can be said saidhowever saidhOf saidhowever
however hOf > er that they related entirely to toincidents toincidents toincidents
incidents connected with the hunt huntFollowing huntYellowing
Following his usual custom the pieS president PI pieSkleiit s sIdllt ¬
ident spent a quiet Sunday SU Three Threeweeks Tkrt Threeweeks > e eweeks
weeks ago the t be railroads ilr04tdg planned to torun torun torun
run excursions Into the Springs to today today today ¬
day but the plan was discouraged by bySetre b bSttrHary bySetrtary
Setre SttrHary tary Loeb L fb who announced announ announced ed that thatno thatno thatno
no programme pr rmDK would ouid be permitted permittedwhich permitt permittedwhieb 1 11hkh
which called for an address by th thpresident thpr the thepresident <
president pr JdtonL In spite > of that fart large largenumbers largenumbeN largenumbers
numbers of f people came anK in by every everytrain everytrain > ry
train and rather than th UI disappoint them themMr themfro thteitiMr
Mr fro Roo R Roosevels KveW vK stepped PPtd out on the t1 sec second seeDud > t ¬ i iond
ond floor balcony of the > hotel after afterluncheon efterlunehiesn ftt > r r1u
luncheon 1u and H ml spoke sp briefly rieCl He said saidMight saidMight saidMight
Might Have Got More MoreI
I did not anticipate having the th > pleas pleasure pleasure pleastire ¬
ure of meeting UJ ting you today todK and as it itis itIs
is Sunday I am not going to try to tomake tomake
make > a speech to you I shall merely merelysay merelysay
say how greatly I am enjoying my myvisit m mvisit myvisit
visit to this tb beautiful state I wish wishthat wishthat wishthat
that in the last week up iii i the moun mountains mountains mountains ¬
tains there had been a little more moreweather moreweat moreweather
weather weat r like this thi If there had been beenI
I think we e would have ae gone about abouttwo aboutto abouttwo
two bears better tter But still tm as we got gotten gotten gotten
ten I do not think we f have > any right rightto
to complain I need not tell tt > how bo much muchI muchhave
I have enjoyed my 111 holiday here and andhow andhow
how bo deeply I have appreciated the thekiixiness thek thekindness
kindness k 1dnft with ith which hleh I have been treat treated trt treated > at ¬
ed by all the people of your state 4tat > the thepeople th thPfOJe thepeople
people in your our cities itiS and the ranch ranchmen ranchIn ranchmen ¬
men In right r bt in the immediate neighbor neighborhood neiJhborhood neighborhood ¬
hood of where nerf I was as hunting It is isa isa isa
a great greoatpleasurf pleasure > to see the men of ofColorado ofColorado ofColorado
Colorado and an even greater pleas pleasure pleasnrc ¬
ure to see e the t e women and I do not notknow notknow nutknow
know but that I am even yen more glad gladto Iad Iadto
to see the small folks I shall not nottry nottry nottry
try to make you a speech sl ech I shall sim simply simply situply ¬
ply say again bow 110 glad I am am to see seeyou seeyou e eyou
you and be your our guest guestParty guestParty guestParty
Party Attends Church ChurchThe ChurchThe ChurchThe
The presidents J le i4lents party was 8 up early earlytoday earlytoday earlytoday
today After breakfast a limited limitedamount Jhnitedamount limitedamount
amount of mail was gotten out of the thewayand theway theway
wayand way aDd nd then the party went to th thPresbyterian Ulo UloP thPryterlaii
Presbyterian P yteria1 church An invitation to tothe tothe tothe
the president and his party was as ex extended tXtended cxtended ¬
tended yesterday by b the Rev He J T Wil WilMon Wilson VUH9f1
Mon Curren and was accepted acct > ptfd Just Justa Justthe
a the party was HK about to leave the thehotel theootd thebetel
hotel photographers requested a sit sitting sitU sitUng ¬
ting U that would include every eVeT mem member member meinher ¬
ber of the party Chairs were tre grouped groupedon
on the lawn in front of the veranda verandaAs
As soon as it was over the president presidentled
led off at a brisk walk tvhich dch brought broughtthe broughlthe broughtthe
the party to the > little church ten min minute lJ1inUte miiiutos ¬
ute later all out of breath except Mr MrRoosevHt MrRoosevelt Ir IrR
Roosevelt R elt He seemed to enjoy the thewalk th tha1k thewalk
walk a1k Along the > street he was as cheered cheeredand chterEdand cheer d dand
and he h responded by lifting his hat fre frequently freqUf freIUSIItIY ¬
quently qUf > nUy patting children on the head headand headand headaud
and bowing bowin to their parents > In front frontof frontor frontof
of the church the Sunday school hool chil childrn childr childrn
drn dr n stood in open formation and as asthe asthe asthe
the party passed p fd through the little littlefolks Jittlefolks littlefolks
folks sang The church was crowded crowdedand crowdedand rowdedand
and hundreds of people stood outside outsideas
as 5 near the open window as possible possibleThe possibleTbe possibleThe
The Rev Re Curren prached pr ached acbe on the sub subject subjecl subject ¬
ject of the responsibility of the Chris Christian Christian Christian ¬
tian church He made no reference referenceto
to the distinguished visitor except in inhfe inhis inhis
his praytr pray r when he asked that the thepresident thePresident
I president be given the strength stren th to car carry rarry cariT ¬
ry on the duties of his office The Thecongregation Thecongregation
I congregation tion remained standing st u1ding until untilafter untilalter untilafter
after the presidential p denUal party departed departedViews df dprtedViews parted partedViews
Views Hunting Trophies TrophiesIr
> Ir Roosevelt set another rapid pace paceHalf paceHalf paceHalt
Half way y to the hotel he expressed a adesire aI adesire
I desire de ire to see the skins of the bears oe rs he hehad heI hehad
I had shot and he hf turned back to the thestore theI thestore
I store of Frank Hayes Hay the taxidermist taxidermistwho
who lies S been intrusted jlltru ted with 1tb their theirmounting tht theirmounting > ir irJftOUnUS
I mounting After the skins were ere laid laidout laidout laidout
out the president JWesId nl pointed to that of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the first bear killed ktll He said that was washi wasri8 waslila
hi lila favorite fa vwile as it was the only one onethat onetbat onethat
that it had required more than ordin ordinary orrlinar ordunary ¬
ary ar sportsmanship to kill The pelt is isthe isthe Isthe
the largest Jarge t of the tot The > bear was waskilled waskilled WHSI
I killed with two shots both of which whichhad whichI whichlied
had been ftl fired with Ith care In order not notto notto notto
I to injure the dogs After the pelts peltswere peltsi peltswere
i were laid on the floor Mr Roosevelt Rooseveltshowed RooseveJlshowed Rooseveltshowed
showed how each animal was hit Mr MrHayes MrHayim Ir IrHayes
Hayes remarked that every shot had hadbeen hadBeCft hadbeen
been clean dea and not a skin injured He Heta HeJtas Hehas
has ta been a guide and taxidermist for formany formoUIY forULY
many year and nd PrIdeS himself im I on his hisinarkmanship hisJnarkmallfhlp hisrnarkmaiiahlp
inarkmanship but his admiration for forthe fortbe forthe
the president skill as a a hunter is issincere iKI
I sincere After Aft examining X llllln the skin skinand skir4and skitmt
and instructing lluftrudi pjpg Mr Hayes to mount mountthem mountI mounttheth
t
I them t etII with lth closed mouths instead il1st d of ofopen ofopen ofopen
open Jaw > the president examined examinedskMite examintsitas examinedskslki
skMite which are to be sent to Wash Washfagten WshIaten rash rashI
fagten to be added to the thecolleetion collection of ofC ofC ofC
I C Hart Merram enu btagoifet bl oIfBt of the le deContinued tie tieContinued leContinucd
Continued on on Page 2
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Trying to Catch Up With the Rest of the World
Detroit Xews
LAWYERS LAWV RS TO SEEK RELEASE OF i iWill NAN NANWill I IWill
Will Ask That She be Permitted to go on Her Own Recognizance Recognizanceand
and Are Prepared to Demand Writ of Habeas Corpus Corpusif CorpusifRequest
if Request is Refused
M EW YORK May Iay 7 iCounsel Counsel for fort forNan forI
t N I Nan Patterson tomorrow will wi re renew 11 11JK renew ¬
new JK > W their efforts to have the girl girladmitted girladmitted girtadinitteti
admitted to bail District Attorney AttorneyJerome AllornerTerome AttorneyJemme
Jerome who has been absent from the thecity theity thecity
city ity since the third trial of Miss liss Pat Patterson Patte Patterson ¬
terson te n is expected to be at his office to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow and will be asked to take the thecase thecase
case 8 up immediately imme iately If the district districtattorney distriCtaltorne districtattorney
attorney will not agree to the release releaseof
of the tl1 young youn woman on her own re recognizance reogllizanrt retugitizanee ¬
cognizance > he will wilIbe be asked to fix the theamount theamount theamount
amount of bail at a nominal sum Fail Failing FaiJing Faillug ¬
ing to obtain a compliance with the re ¬
quest Qut > st for bail the attorneys say S8 they theywill thc theywill
will make application to the court for fora
I a writ of habeas corpus < oru Miss Patter Patterson P Patterson ller lleron ¬
son < on is bright and cheerful and ex expressed exprlSSed cxpressed ¬
pressed her belief that this would ould be beherjast mI beherJast
I herjast Sunday in the Tombs TombsIt
It is announced that the bondsman bondsmanwhom bondsmanwhom
I whom hom Miss Pattersons Patters ns lawyers have haveannounced haveI haveannounced
announced is ready to act as surety suretyfor suretyfor suretyfor
I for her in any reasonable rea > nable amount is isKdward i ildward isFMwartl
Kdward J Sparenberg a retired pawn pawnbroker lawnI iawnbroker
I broker of this city Mr Sparenberg is isTti isintimate istn
Tti intimate friend of one of the Pat Patterson PatI Patterson ¬
terson girls attbrneys attbrnf > Y8 and it was wa in intlMs Inthis Inthis
I this way his interest was aroused in inher illhfr iiiher
her ease
I I12000
ALL IMMIGRATION RECORDS BROKEN BROKENOver
Over 12000 Foreigners Brought as Steerage Passengers by byTransAtlantic byTransAtlantic byTransAtlantic
TransAtlantic Liners are Permitted to Land in New York YorkWithin YorkWithin
Within Twelve TwelveHo Hours
l1 11 EW Is YORK May 7 All records r > rord were werebroken werel1 tre trebroken
N l1 broken today in the he numl number > er > r of ofimmigrants offmltlignnlt5 ofImmigrants
immigrants pacing > a ing quarantine quarantineWithin quarantillethin quarantitteWithin
Within thin twelve hours 12939 foreigners foreignersarriving forpisnNSarriving foreignersarriving
arriving in steerage stet ge were ett permitted to toenter toent toenter
enter ent > r New York indicating that the thespring thesprln thespring
spring influx of immigrants this year yearwill yearwill tar tarwill
will probably exceed the records for forformer forfonntr forformer
former years yearsQUARRELOVERCOUNAN1 yearsQUARREL ears earsQUARREL
QUARRELOVERCOUNAN1 QUARRELOVERCOUNAN1Status QUARREL OVER CO COUNANI COUNANIStatus UN ANI ANIStatus
Status of Buffer State of South SouthAmerica SouthAmerica SouthAmerica
America Is IsSubject Subject of Inquiry Inquiryat
I at Madrid MadridMadrid NadridMadrid adIid adIidMadrid
Madrid May Iar 7 7S8rrion Sarrion DC D Herrera Herreraformer HerrenlI Ilerreraformer
I former king at arms of the tlt Spanish co cort cortwho < t twho tI
I who is charged with conspiring against againstthe 3gK agalnatthe J13t J13tI
the government of Brazil was inter inlerrgated inlergated intergated >
I gated by a magistrate today tOOa De Herrera Herreramaintained Herreramatrtalned i imairtHint
maintained > d that Counani has been rec recognized reeas recognlzed ¬
ognized as an independent state sinc3 sinc3JSJ2 s11 s11J87 siitc siitcISV
JSJ2 J87 and that the recruiting r nliUng of men in inEurope isEurope I
Europe > for the service of that statu tatl is isperfectlv taperfectly
perfectly legal He denied den d th the existence exiHtenceof I
of a plot against Brazil ntZtl and as a asseried asseriedthat ri TlCl i ithat
I that the diplomatic relations between Bra Brazil ilrazll Braiii ¬ I
zil and Counani are most cordial cordialHe cordlltlI cordialHe
I He had been residing in Madrid J adrid drid for two twoyears twoyears I
years ye in the capacity of minister for forOoMiiani forlIIanl forouuiant
OoMiiani lIIanl to Spain Morocco and the > Holy HolySee 1I0lyS holySee
I See S PC Herrera s mild id that a revolution revolutionary revoutiunar ¬
ary ar colonel owl named fae Cas Caer Casero ro had rectitly rectitlyvtelted rftlty rftltyI rect itly itlyvisited
visited London in order to arrive itrre at it t an anunderstanding anuterstandtng anuiiderstanJIng
Lndo
I understanding uterstandtng 1ted with the dt general IWrt commit committee cmm cmmt comtiittee ¬
tee t of r the free fre state of Counani and to topurchase toprch topurchase
purchase prch war stores storesThe storesI storesThe
I The territory of tounnni nl was a the subject subjectof ubjatof
Th territo
of dispute d lt between bw Prance Frs and Brazil Brazilfrom Bnzl Brazilfrom
from Iil3 to 187 18 when whe it was waf Hcid bcideti ddt d t tsubmit tsbmit tJ tJsubmit >
sbmit submit the question uti involved Involv to the thfblratl ar arbitration atititratlon
I bitration of the Swiss Sw government which whichon
on blratl Dec Df 1 tiM 1 3 rendered rener a decision d4lion aware awariltested awarlljDg awarejug
jug Brz Bra7fl 147an 8 iuare square mi miles of th thk f eon eontested n 0 0I
I tested teted territory territo and a France rantt al about > out 3WO 3WOs Jr1 3C 3Csquare
s square mil mIles of th the b TumnckHumao TumnckHumaorange
mil
ar
range In 15 It5 a conflict enftt occurred oceurro in this Uiisbuffer thtsbufffr thisbitffer
I rn buffer state stte of Cmmani COnanl between Itw n French FrenchamiBrazilian FrenchamdBrszihin rtnh
amiBrazilian 0 Brazian troops tro precipitated ripitat by b the thediscovery thedisvtry thediscovery
discovery disvtry of gold 6 in the t Carserenne Canrnn die district di dietrict ¬
trict Subsequently Su uenty a a proposal Itn > pl was mao manto maoto maoto
to arbitrate arbUrtf which led le to the diffic dUfcIY dUfcIYb difficity difficityabove itry itryabove
above b p noted notedIn ned notedIn I
In February Fthruary last 1st Adolphe Afophe Brezot Brzt cl him clrnjug himin im iming
jug in to be b president I edent of th tM uRclHbli Republic ot otCounanL orCounanl ofCounant
CounanL arrived ame in Parts Par seeking kl recog recognition rtcvg rtcvgnlUon recognhtion ¬
nition t If f his h alleged allged government gQfmntnt by byFrance Iy IyFrnC byFrance
France FrnC alleging that the people of o Coon Couuani Connani Coonant
ani refused rf > fUd alegng to accept actIJt the th pp decision dfIIOI of the thearbiter thearbtfr thearbiter
arbiter arbtfr Acoordlwg Acodlng to Breast Btt Couni COIul COIulh Cotuntit Cotuntithat il ilhas
has two or three tbre times tlmf as mnch territory territoryasFrance territor terrItoryas
h
asFrance as Francs nne with the population l flaton of o abort abovtttw9 abOt abortttsket I IJnist
ttw9 ttsket colonists Jnist and a million milon Indiana Indianaall Inln Inlnal Indianacli
all of whom who he an alleged al6t supported sprte tb tbnew tl ftc ftcnew
al
new government overlnenL In September Sptfmbr la I last t an anunsuccessful anmtlfl anlliiSUeiSSSCUI
unsuccessful mtlfl effort was wa made to obtain obtainrecognition otai otairenitin ubtaijtrecognition
recognition renitin by the th United Unite States State of the thesocalled U1efc11 tuesocalled
socalled fc11 freestate free ste state of Counani CounaniTEXAS Conn Counanta CounantTEXAS
4 4TEXAS a
TEXAS TRAIN TRAINWRECKED TRAINWRECKEDEngineer WRECKED WRECKEDEngineer WRECKEDEngineer
Engineer and Fireman Die at Their TheirPosts TheirPoss TheirPosts
Posts PostsHouston Poss PossHouton Postsllouton
Houston Houton Texas May KY 7 A Galveston GalvestonHouston Galveton GalvetonHouston GalvestonHouston
Houston and Northern passenger Itngr train traincoining trin trinlmin traincoming
coining lmin from Glv GNh Galveston ston ton left f the th track trk trick at ata ata ata
a Aurve Iurve near n4r Harrisburg H8rri br shortly thorUy before beforemidnight bforc bforcI beforeI
I midnight midni ht the th engine turning turlpI upside ulMe down downand downand downI
I I and taking takln all al the tb coaches eoce off or Engineer EngineerFrank En EngineerFrank lner lnerI
Frank Frnk Cox was burned bnl to death d th under underhis underhis
I his engine Fireman Danneon Dnl la i missing missingand miingMi missingand
and Mi it is believed bl that tht he also a was wasI
I burned While several sveral of the passengers passengerswere IHSengtrs IHSengtrser
rn
> were er bruised brui none was MS badly bdly hurt and andno lod lodno anII
no person wag 1 killed Jle except xcpt the th engine engineand englnand enghnceiand
I and pn fireman fr Th eoachee eh were jvrwki Wreikiand rk rkI 9 9i
i and caught Mwht fire re the train tnln being MJn nearly nearlydestroyed nfrl nearlydestroyed
destroyed an dftroye Spreading SpredllS rails ril caused CUe the thewreck theI
I u I wreck wreckYOUNG wreekYOUNG wrecku wreckYOUNG
YOUNG ROCKEFELLER ILL ILLBack ILL ILLBac ILLBacj
Back Bac From Fom EuropeToday EuopeToday Europe Today But He HeWont HeWont HeWont
Wont Lead Bible ible Class ClassAgain Cass CassAgai ClassAgain
Again Agai Now NowNew Nowe MowYork
New e York Yok day rl 18 y 7 The Th superintendent superintendentof u rntennt rntenntof
of John D Rockefeller Jkeftler Jr jrs bible bble cJas cJasannounced class classannounced
announced anluneo today t y that young ytung Mr r Rocke Rockefeller ROk ROkf Rochefeller ¬
feller f r will 11 return rflm from fr Ifiurope Eur tomorrow tomorrowbut tomrrow tomrrowbill
but will wi not 1 lake ttkp charge hre of t his b class classIt clN clNI
It I may J vm saflrtae fJrb rie scale 1 of o yen said saidthe Midth saidthe
the th superintendent 8uerlnt8ent to t the t clam dat today todaythat lod lodtht todAythat
that tht oar or lender Iedr Air lb Rockefeller RokeCEllr is not nottw Jl0tto notto
to take tke charge chg of the tlo dase c and aR speak tek at atH ator atoar
or oar < H r next ntxt meeting meUg He fe i net t tv wnll > il enough oaoughHto enoughH ugh ughH
whatMSr It W fe hat not notbeen notbeeti
Hto H Ia complaint wht I JhQf 10t 10tI
been I cp eared f by Ufa h trip lI t abread and he hewfH hew bewill
will not IM b > aM abe lo t Mag us watt IL Stindey StindeytlMNtgh Sndf Sttndeyihench
tlMNtgh w t D 1 it i is certain e that tt he le will wi be here herebefore here1uie lucrebefore
before 1uie that tune tie
Ten Tfn transAtlantic trnsAtanti liners Jn r8 brought brosht this thtearmy tlt tltanny thisarmy
army of immigrant hninl t to th United UnitedStates Unite UiiitedStates
States Stte They ey begin l to arrive anv early rly in inthe Inthe Inthe
the the morning mnthlg niliig and the tht Lhastto husfc to to pass It8 quar quarantine quarantine tuaranUm ¬
antine was WlS the tl HamburgAmerican HamburgAmericanliner HamburbJrit
liner Jnr Bluecher which whih wa was a admitted admltt > d at
6 oclock in the afternoon aft > rnoof and added
605 60 names lamps to the already long lonb list Jt of offoreigners orfortigpr offoreigners
foreigners fortigpr arriving arrivinb in the steerage steerageARANSAS60ES steerageARANSASGOES tEt > rage rageARANSAS
ARANSAS60ES ARANSAS GOES DOWN DOWNSteamer DOWNSteamer DOWNSteamer
Steamer Sunk Sun Off Vineyard Vieyrd Haven Havenin Hven Hvenin
in Night During Dense DenseVineyard DenseFog DenseFog
Fog FogVineyard FogIneyard
Vineyard Haven Mass ilaft May ay 7 7The 7TheToy 7TheToy The TheJoy
Toy line Jne steamer Aransas Aran aptain CaptainRood aptainRor aptainRood
Rood Ror was sunk in collision rolsion with wih the thebarge thebarge thebarge
barge Glendower Glerower one and and onehalf onehalfmiles onehHI onehHImits onehalfmiles
miles mits southeast sutheast of the Pollock Pollk Rip RipShoals RipShols RipShoals
Shoals Shols lightship Ighlship at 130 13 oclock oclok clock this thismorning thismorn thisunorutung
morning morn ins One life lfe was lost that of ofMamie oflamie ofMantle
Mantle Kelley Keley a a passenger passeger for New NewYork NewYork ew ewYork
York from Boston whose address addres is isunknown isunknown Isunknown
unknown She was about 25 years er of ofage ofuge ofage
age ageThe ugeTh The Th Th other passengers pSeng r of whom there therewere thercwre therewere
were thirtysix together tO jther witlithe it the crew crewwere crewWfrp crewwere
were Wfrp brought here by a tug tUi and landed landedat
at midnight midnightThere midni unihnughtThere ht htTher
There were w > re thirtyseven thirtYfeyen passengers passengersincluding p persengersulleludulig lgen
including ldudinb four Co ur women and a child and andtwentynine andtwentynine
twentynine twtntynin in the crew crewThe crewThe re reTht I
The Tht Aransas Aranss left lef Boston B5ton at 505 505oclock O Oorlk O5 O5oclock I Ihalf
oclock orlk Saturday afternoon afen1H and was washalf washalf
half way across acroS the bay by when a dense densefog temic temicfog densefog
fog set st in The steamer stemr wag feeling feelingher fee1n fee1nher feelingher
her way sy cautiously autiolsly when without wiUtouta wiUtoutawarning a awarning asvarnung
warning and immediately ahead the thebarge thebare thebarge
barge was wa sighted silhtf The steamers stemers en engines engines engines ¬
gines were reversed revered and a frantic franti but butfutile butfute butfutile
futile fute effort tfort made madf to avoid the barge bargeA brge brgeA bargeA
A moment 101nt later there was a K crash crashand crashand rashand
and a huge hole was torn in the star starboard 8tarbRn starboard ¬
board bRn side sie of the steamer opposite oppite the theengines thefngin theengines
engines fngin She filled fie rapidly and there therewas therewas therewas
was only time tmt to awaken the passen passengers psn psnge passengers ¬
gers ge and get aH overboard before b > fore she
went oownCOUNTERFEITERS
a
COUNTERFE COUNTERFEITERS T S CAUGHT CAUGHTSecret CAUGHTSecret
Secret Serce Service Mans Long ChaseEnds ChaseEnds Chase ChaseEnds
Ends in Capte Capture of Three Menand Men Menand Ien Ienand
and Much Bad MoneyPortsmouth MoneyPortsmouth Money MoneyPortsmouth
Portsmouth Va ra Ma May 7After 7 Afer After a vlgorous vigorous vig vigorous ¬
orous chase h80 that le led through severalAtantc severalAtlantic several severalAtlantic
Atantc Atlantic coast ctes cities Seret Secret Service Offcer Offleer Of Officer ¬
fleer fcer T E Lnd Land of Boton Boston today arrested ar arrested ¬
reste rested Thomas Brewster Charles Fai Fairbanks Fair Fairbanks ¬
banks and Robert Slacks Slackal of San SanFrancsco SanFrancisco Saiij Saiijj
Francisco with e extensive extensivecounterfeiting ten5ive I Icounterfeiin
Francsco j ici io v charged uaifecu rii uviw uviwcounterfeiting
counterfeiting counterfeiin operations oprtins The trio triowere triowere triowere
were located at Key West Fla but butthey butthey j jthey
they succeeded oceded in eluding arrest until untilthey unti untilthey
they reached here Land Lnd followed folowe the theaccused theaccused theaccused
accused men all al the way up the At Atlantic Atlantic Atlantic ¬
lantic coast 0st visiting visitng Charleston Charleton S C CSavannah CSavannah CSavannah
Savannah Ga and Wilmington Wimington N C CIt CI CIt
It I Is said that large quantities quantte of bo bogus 0 hogus ¬
gus money have been circulated in all allthe u allthe
the cities through throuSh which the men menpassed menpssed menpassed I
passed pssed Together with the prisoners prisonersthe I Ithe
the secret rt service e ice officer ofcer captured 6000 6000in 00 000 000ill I
in counterfeit ounterfeit money mony most of which Is Isin isin Isin
in the denomination denominaton of twentydollar twentydollarbills
bills bis The men were lodged ldged in the Nor Norfolk Norfolk Norfolk ¬
folk county count jail jai at Portsmouth Portmoth and will willhave wi wIllhave
have ha e a hearing hcrlng tomorrow in the theUnlted theUnltedStates United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States district ditrl court courtOfficer curt courtOfficer
I Officer Ofcpr Land said sid today that he dis discovered dlsI discovere ¬
covered covere that a large number numbr or ot o supr suprious suprlou suprbus
I ious lou bills were made at Buffalo Bufalo N Y Ywhich Ywhich Ywhich
which was the distributing distributng point pint of ofthe ofI ofthe
the gang that was waS operating operatingENGLAND oleralng oleralngENGLAND operatinga
I a a aENGLAND
ENGLAND WARNS FRANCE FRANCELondon FRANCELoudon FRANCELouadon
London Slay llHY S SThe The Times TimM in the thecourse theCOU thecourse
course COU c of a strong strn editorial t > itorlal warning warningFrance warningFrance arnln arnlnFrncc
France Frncc of the extreme danger d ngtr anti amigravity n antigravity td tdgait
gravity gait of the tht situation 118ton in the far east oastand mst mstand eastand
and appealing appeuJng to that government loverUmelt not notto Hotto notto
to treat the Japanese TapneE > protests protft light lightheartedly tghl tghlhert lightheart4dly
heartedly hert dly says i Y8 it i has reason relt to believe believethat beJev beJevthat believethat
that Foreign Secret > t r Lansdowite L noowle ha haSpoken has haapkeri hasSpoken
Spoken pkeri very er strongly strolSly to the th French Frenchgovernment Frnch Frnchgovcnlmcnt Frenchgovernment
government govcnlmcnt on the breeches breche of neutral neutrality neutrl neutrlI neutraljUt ¬
squadron jUt I ua permitt Permittd Jennitted ron d to l the Russian RuJil Paoitle Paoitlesquadron Pfaicj Faultiesquadron
CRUCIAL POINT IN INCHICAGO INCHICAGO INCHICAGO
CHICAGO STRIKE STRIKEComing
Coming Week Means Mean Peace or Gen General Generl Gencml ¬
eral erl Upheaval UpheavalGAINS Upheval UphevalGAINS UpheavalGAINS
GAINS MADE MADE BY EMPLOYERS EMPLOYERSDELIVERIES EMPLOYERSDELIVERI EMPLOYERSDELIVERIES
DELIVERIES ES TO ALL PARTS OF OFTHE OFTH OFTHE
THE TH E CITY YESTERDAY YESTERDAYHICAGO YESTERDAYC YESTERDAYpHICAGO
pHICAGO HICAGO May a 7 iThis Thi week wlllj wlllji wilt wiltIa II IIeither
C Ia Iaeither i either bring bri an end to the team teamsters tem temster teamstem ¬ i
stem ster strike or else ee one of t thej thejworst Ute theworst
worst wort industrial Industril upheavals uphevals in the th his history lstory lilatory ¬ I
tory of the city cityThe cit citThe cityThe
The present presnt trouble which has lasted lastedfor lasledfor lastedfor
for two weeks has reached reched a point pointwhere pint pintwhtrf pointwhere
where whtrf the business busine men involved ap appear appear apinar ¬
pear to have gained a decided decded advan advantage advant advantage ¬
tage t and the teamsters temster appear appar now nowto 1 nowto
to be in a position lsiton where they the must musteither musteither
either eitht > r yield Ifld or decide dt > cidt to extend the thestrike thetrke thestrike
strike trke by calling Ung out thousands thousnds of other otherworkmen otherworkmen otherworkineiu
workmen engaged in affiliated aflate unions unionsThis unins uninsThis unionsTltI
This TltI the strike leaders up to the pres present prf prescot ¬
ent time tme have refrained refrined from doing doingwhile iloungwhile loin loinwhie
while whie on the other hand the business businessmen bUlin bUlinmen
men today tOn made preparations peparatons which whichif whih I
if carried out successfully successfulv tomorrow tomorrowwill tomoI tomorrowwilt
will wi indicate that the thp teamsters temsters will wi be becompelled becompelled
compelled eomf11 to surrender rent > r or call c81 on o the theother theQther theQther
Qther unions for assistance assistanceInvestigation m assistaticeInvestigation istau istauInvestigaton
Investigation Investigaton Is Asked AskedThe AskedTh AskedThe
The Th Chicago Federation Fedtraton of Labor Lbr the thecentral therentral thecentral
central body for all al the tht unions in the thecity theity thecity
city ity met today todar but took no action actionlooking acin acinlookln actionlooking
looking lookln to an extension of the trouble troubleA truble trubleA
A great gret deal of incendiary iwendiar talk was wasindulged wasIndulged wasIndulged
indulged in but nothing definite dt > fnie with withthe wih wihthe withthe
of of resolu resolutions resohulions ¬
the exception excepton the passing reolu reolutons
lions tons charging the employers t > associa association aOi assoriation ¬
tion ton with conspiracy onspir and asking that thatStates thatStates thatStates
States Attorney Alorne Healy Hfaly start an tree investigation inve treetigation ¬
tigation tgaton of their business methods methodsTold methodsTold methodsTold
Told to Shoot to Kill KillArrangements Ki KiArran KillArrangements
Arrangements Arran tmtnts have been made by byevery b bevery byevery
every business house involved Invohfd in the thetrouble thetrouble I Itruble
trouble truble to at least double its is force of ofnonunion ornonunioH ofnonunion
nonunion men mfn tomorrow tomorrowTonight tomorrowTonight tomorrowTonight
Tonight it was said that all al prepara preparations prep prepatations ¬
tions had been ben made to start out LOW LOWwagons JOOwagons
wagons tomorrow morning manned by bynonunion b bnonunion bynonunion
nonunion men ln Each of these wagons wagonswill wagonswi wagonswill
will wi be guarded gardt > d by deputy sheriffs sht > rifs or orpolicemen orplcemen orpolicemen
policemen plcemen and each one of these men menhas Un Unhas tjenhas
has received explicit explci instructions instructons to toprevent topreeno toprevent
prevent preeno disturbances of any kind If Ifpeaceful Ifpeaceful
peaceful means mens fail fui the deputies deJut s and andpolicemen andpJIt andpolicemen
policemen pJIt > n have been ben instructed to use usetheir usetheir usetheir
their revolvers revolvfrs and use them thel to kill killDeliveries ki kiDelveries killDeliveries
Deliveries Delveries Are Resumed ResumedToday ResumedToday ResumedToday
Today the tlE > seven sven express xprfss companies companiesmade compn compnmade companiesmade
made deliveries delvfries in all al parts of the th > city cityEach dt cityEach
Each 8ch of the wagons carried two armed armedguards armeduards armedguards
guards uards and in not a single sintlt instance instanceft insta1f insta1fit
ft it was asserted assertf tonight had any of oftjie oftJC
tjie wagons met opposition opitositionDuring oPllsitot oppositionDuring
During the day several severl of the firms firmsinvolved firmsinvolved
involved in the strike succeeded in re replenishing replnishlng repknishing ¬
plenishing their coal oal supply sUppy which in inmany inmany Inmany
many cases had dwindled down to tomerely tomerely tomerely
merely nothing All Al these coal wagons wagonswere wagonswere a ons onswere
were driven by b nonunion teamsters teamstersbut tenmster teamstersbut
but no opposition oPP0iUon was met with wih on the thepart thepart thepart
part of the strikers srikers and their friends friendsThis friens friensThis friendsThis
is out outas outas outas
This lack of opposition oppsiton pointed pinted
as an indication Indicaton that the strikers strikf1 are arelosing arelosing arelosing
losing heart and are about ready to tosurrender tosurrender tosurrender
surrender surrenderThe surrenderThe surrenderThe
The association through
its itc chief counsel Levy Mayer an announced announced announced ¬
nounced tonight that it would do every everything everythin everything ¬
thing thin in its is power to assist asist the com committee commitee cornmlttee ¬
mittee mitee appointed appoiltr pwer yesterday by Mayor MayorDunne MayorDunne MayorDunne
Dunne to investigate investgate the th causes rause of the thestrike thEstrikt thestrike >
strike > Charge of conspiracy onpircy by b both bothsides bothside bothsides
sides was the reason given n by b Mayor MayorDunne Ma MayorDunne or orDunne
Dunne for the appointment of the com committee rm rmmitee coat1 coat1mittee
mittee mitee President Pr ident Shea of the Team Teamsters Tem Temster Teamsters ¬
sters ster union also said tonight toni ht that the theunions theunions theunions
unions would ould assist a ist the mayors com committee commitee cornunittee ¬
mittee mitee in every manner possible possibleThe possibleThe possibleThe
The Chicago Federation FeertoJ1 of Labor Lbor to today today today ¬
day decided on two measures mesure touching touchingthe
the strike One is to withdraw ihdrw labor laborunion labr labrunion laborunion
union funds from fro rota the banks which hih sub subscribed subscribed subserlbed ¬
scribed to the the50000 50000 O fund to aid the theemployers theeployers theemployers
employers eployers and to urge ure the individual individualmembers indiidualmembers individualmembers
members to do likewise likewiseThe lkewie lkewieThe likewiseThe
The other in h to attempt atempt to secure the theindictment theindictment theindictment
indictment of the officials ofcials of the Em Employers EmpJoyers Em Empboycra ¬
ployers association aS5ciaton on a charge of con conspiracy conHpirac conspiraey ¬
spiracy against aginst certain team owners ownersLevy ownersLevy ownersLevy
Levy Mayer ayer chief counsel for the Em Employers Emplo Empboyers ¬
ployers plo el association asociaton and Charles F FDarrow FDarrw FDarros
Darrow Darrw the chief legal legl adviser of May Mayor 11ay 11ayor Mayor ¬
or Dunne had a long conference to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night the nature of which was guarded guardedbut guarde
but which was believed bfJeved to pertain to toplans toplans toplans
plans for a settlement of the strike strikeA srike srikeA
A peace commission rm mission of the Chicago ChicagoTeam ChigoTeam ChicagoTeam
Team Owners association assocaton will wi ihl renew its itsefforts i iefors itsefforts
efforts efors tomorrow tomorow to bring about an ad adjustment adjustment adjuatment ¬
justment of the strike strikeAMERICANS strikea strikeAMERICANSTO
a 0 0AMERICANS
AMERICANS AMERICANSTO TO THE BAD BADvvall BADWal BADWall
Wall Wal Street Steet and Far Fa East Scare ScareStock ScareStock ScareStock
Stock Operators of ofLondon ofLondon ofLondon
London LondonLondon LondonLondon LondonLondon
London May lIa 7 7Th The < stock stpck market marketexperienced marketexpriencc marketexperienced
experienced expriencc a week Wffk of dullness tIUne duIlne last lastweek la lastweek t tweek
week There ThEI was mueli nervousness nervousnessabout nEtou nervousnessabout n naout
about aout entering enlerin into fresh freh commitments commitmentsowing clmniment clmnimentowing coinunitunentsowing
owing to the uncertainty lncprhinty of 4he far faroastem faroten fareastern
eastern oten situation tunto and the general po political p politleni ¬
litical lthal outlook The Th disappointment disppintment as asto asto
to dear money mone and the break in Wall Wallstreet Val Vaiistreet
street intensified intensifed tile nervousness nervousnesswhich nervousnesswhich
which was apparent the previous week weekAmericans weekAmericans
Americans Ameriens experienced eperience a bad break breakearly brMk brMkCrh breakeprly
week from fromWafl fromWaJ fromWall
early Crh in the on pressure
WaJ Wall Wafl street and there was little Ittp actual actualbusiness aeluH1buainess actualbusiness
business done here beyond small Imall pus puechases It Itchae puschages
chases chae at lower levels
TOKIO LOOKS FOR FORJUNCTION FORJUNCTION FORJUNCTION
JUNCTION TUESDAY TUESDAYBelieves TUESDAYBeleves
Believes Beleves Russian Squadrons Will WillUnite Wil WilUnte WilUnite
Unite Unte Tomorrow TomorrowSHIPS Tomorow TomorowSHIPS TomorrowSHIPS
SHIPS MAY NEED SUPPLIES SUPPLIESJAPS
JAPS IN DOUBT AS TO ROJEST ROJESTVENSKYS ROJESTVENSKYS ROJESTVENSKYS
VENSKYS NEXT MOVE MOVEOKIO MOVET MOVE0K10
OKIO May Ia 7 Assuming that Vice ViceAdmiral ViceAdminl ViceI
T I Admiral Adminl Rojestvensky meditates meditatesa medittes medittesa
a a speedy junction j ncton of his squadron squadronwith squadronIth squadronwith
with Ith Vice Admiral Admirl NebogatofTs NebogatofTssquadron Ncbogtots Ncbogtotssuadrn Nebogatoffssquadron
squadron suadrn it i is believed beleved here that tht the themeeting1 themeetng themeeting
meeting meetng of the ships may ma be expected expectedby
by Tuesday Tueda May Ma 9 the speed of Ne NebogntofTs Nebgtots Nebogatoffs
bogntofTs bgtots division being only about aboutseven aboutseven aboutseven
seven knots an hour These ships are arebelieved arebeleved arebelieved
believed beleved to be in need of coal and andstores andstores andstores
stores and their deficiency defctenry in this thisrespect thisrepet thisrespect
respect repet probably will wi be supplied suppled by byVice byVice byVice
Vice Admiral Admirl Rojestvensky at some somefriendly somefrlendh somefriendly
friendly port after afer the two admirals admiralseffect admirls admirlseffeet admiralseffect
effect a juncture junctureThe junctureThe junctureThe
The future movements of the Rus Russian Russan Russian ¬
sian san Pacific Pa < ifc squadron is a a matter mater of ofI ofspeculaton ofspeculation
I speculation speculaton here although aJtough the delay of ofj ofHojttvensky ofRojestvensky
j Rojestvensky Hojttvensky on the IndoChina coast coasthas coasthaR coasthas
has raised rdisedJoubt doubt as to his purpose to tomove tomove tomove
move northward northwar and risk an engage engagement engagement engageuncut ¬
ment at an early date
The Russian torpedo toredo boats from fromVladivostok fromVlativostok fromVladivostok
Vladivostok Vlativostok which whlh were reported r lJOrted off offthe of offthe
the northern coast of Japan up n a few days daysago da daago daysago
ago when they the destroyed destroye a a small smallJapanese smHUJapnes smallTapanepe
Japanese Japnes vessel vesstI have not 1ot been bef1 heard heardfrom heardfrom heardfrom
from again agin and it is if believed beleed that they theyhave theyhave theyhave
have have returned retured to Vladivostok VladivostokJAPANESE YJad VladivostokJAPANESE ostok ostokJAPANESE
JAPANESE LAND ADVANCE ADVANCEOyama ADVANCEOyama ADVANCEOyama
Oyama Said to Have Been Reinforced Reinforcedand
and to Have Armed Chinese ChineseGadgeyadana ChineseGadgeydana ChineseGadgeyadana
Gadgeyadana Gadgeydana Manchuria May lay 7 7Since 7Since 7Since
Since April Aprl 29 9 the Japanese have been beenadvancing beenadvancng beenadvancing
advancing advancng slowly and intermittently intermittentlypushing intennittenUpushin intermittenLlyltushing
pushing forward their columns clumns site successively 5UCcesvel sitecesslvely ¬
cessively cesvel from from right to left lef under cov cover cover coyor ¬
er of a screen of cavalry cavalr and Chinese Chinesebandits Chinee Chineebandit Chinesebandits
bandits bandit The advance has resulted resuled in instraightening instndghttning instraightening
straightening the alignment algnment of the op opposing opping oppotting ¬
posing ping armies armf s Russian detachments detachmentswhich det8hmenh det8hmenhhich detachmentswhich
which hich were wer werefar far advanced on the flanks flanksbeing tank8 tank8hin flanksbeing
being hin forced fored to retire rttre Enlagou Erda ou to tothe toth tothe
the th eastward eatwart was occupied May ht 5 i but butunder butunder
under undfr pressure pr > fure by the Russians Hufoians the theJapanese theTHpnts theJapanese
Japanese THpnts later evacuated > the place plaC On Onthe Onth Onthe
the th left lef the tu Russian Ru8in cavalry rvlr retired retiredbehind retirtd retirtdbehind retiredbehind
behind the Liau Lio river rver the tl > Japanese Japaneseoccupying JspamueCoccupying TalnneJc TalnneJcocupying
occupying ocupying Palaotun Sanlingan SanlnDn and andBalzya andBaJua andBalza
Balzya BalzyaThe BaJuaThe BalzaThe
The village YiaEe of Shadedzi on the north northof northor northof
of Chantufu has been occupied oecupie and andburned andburned andburned
burned by the Japanese JapaneseThere JapaneseThere TapuueseThere
There was wa a sharp brush bru h with Chi Chinese Chibandis Cliinose ¬
nose bandits bandis on the extreme Russian Russianrisht RuSan RuSanricht Russianright
right richt today todayIt todn1I
It I is reported reprted that the Japanese Tapn e ar armies armica ¬
mica mie in the center have ben rein reinforced reinforced reinforced ¬
forced The force of Field Marshal MarshalOyama MarshalOyania IarsHI IarsHIOyama
Oyama according to information infonnton re recently recently ¬
cently nO received reehed is is 348 battalions baUa1ol or or3O or39SO
39 3O 39SO rOeO men menThe menTbe menThe
The Japanese arc art said aid to have armed ann armedOOO > tl tlO
35000 O OOO or rHMXM 30 Chin himipse < bandits with withcaptured withtptuped withcaptured
captured Russian RU ln rifles rle The Chinese Chinesepopulation Chine Chineppulaton Chinesepopulation
population ppulaton has been b > el drafted drfe by b the theJapanese th thJapnts theJapunese
Japanese Japnts for or road making and Jt en entrenching Ontrenchuug ¬
trenching and roads are being con constructed contrced constructed ¬
structed trced to Sinminpu Bancheiisee Banchen e and andNancapass andNangaDas amidNangapass
Nancapass NancapassTOKIO NangaDas NangaDasTOKIO NangapassTOKIO
TOKIO MUCH INCENSED INCENSEDCharge INCENSEDCharge INCENSEDCharge
Charge That France Is Telling Telng False Falsehoods Falsehoods Falsehoods ¬
hoods hoodsLondon hoodsLondon hoodsLondon
London Slay 1fay 8 SSpcial Special dispatches dispatchesfrom dispathes dispathesfrm dispatchesfrom
from frm Tokio to the London morning morningnewspapers moring moringnewspaper morningnewspapers
newspapers newspaper represent that the Japan Japanese Japanese ¬
ese feeling feelng is becoming highly inflamed inflamedat infamed infamedat
at Frances alleged aJeged failure foiure to prevent preventostentatious prfent prfentotentatous preventostentatious
ostentatious otentatous disregard for the princi principles lrin lrinpies principies ¬
pies of neutrality nt > utrdJty by b the Russian Rus flussiatuPacific RussianPacific an anPacifc
Pacific Pacifc squadron The Tokio Asahi Asahibluntly A Asahibluntly ahi ahiblunt
bluntly blunt describes decribes the French assur assurances a assurances sur surances ¬
ances that they would preserve sea neutralitj ut seatrahity > u utralit
tralitj tralit as falsehoods and declares that thatJapan thatTapan thatJapati
Japan would be justified justfed in bombarding bombardingFrench bmbarding bmbardingFrench bombardingFrench
French territory and calls rJ upon upo the thegovernment thegovernment thegovernment
government to take vigorous action actionAmong actionAllng actionAmong
Among Allng Japanese Tapan se officials ofials in London Londonit
it is assured that France Frnre put off of Japan Japanby Japanby Tapanhy
by fair fall promises promisfs in order to give Ro Rojestvensky Rojeshfnsky Hojestvensky ¬
jestvensky time tme to effect efec a juncture juncturewith juncturfI juncturewith
I with his forces force and that the Russians Russiansare
are > now no given every efry privilege prhit > ge provided providedthey providlthe providedthey
they the keep kep just outside the threemile threemilelimit threemie threemielmi threemilelimit
limit lmi The report reprt from Tslntau that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Russian squadron is off of Vanfong Vanfongwhich Vanfong Vanfongwhich
which is an inlet containing the port portof prt prtof portof
of Honkohe the Three Kings being beingrocks beingrocks
rocks roks near nt > ar the entrance of Vanfong Vanfongbay Vanfongbay Vanfongbay
bay is held htld to confirm confnn the Japanese Japaneseassertion Japaneseassertion Tanf
assertion asserton that Rojestvensky is still stillcruising sti stillcruising
cruising in French waters watersThe watt watersThe > r
The Daily Dai Telegraphs Ttlegrphs correspondent correspondentat
at Tokio says that in response to Ja Japans Japans Tapn8 ¬
pans pn8 second protest France intimated intimatedthat intmatf Intimatedthat
that Rojestvensky Rojfstvensh had been ben ordered ordere to toleave tuleavc toleave
leave Honkohe HonkoheThe HonkoheThe HonkoheThe
The Times corresi correpondent correspondent > ondent at Tokio Tokioreports Tokioreports Tokloreports
reports that the Japanese chamber of ofcommerce orcommerce ofcommerce
commerce is concerting concertng measures mesures to tocease torease tocease
cease all commercial transactions trnsactons with withFrench withFrench withFrench
French citizens
TORPEDO BOATS ALMOST READY READYRussians READYRussians READYRussians
Russians Expect Great Things of ofLewis ofLewis ofLewis
Lewis Nixons Craft CraftSebastopol Craf CrafSebastopol CraftSebastopol
Sebastopol May lay 7 7The The torpedo torpedoboats torpedoboats torpedoboats
boats which are being built buit at the gov government gO gOernment government ¬
ernment yard ard here under the general generalsupervision generalsuperision generalsupervision
supervision superision of Lewis Nixon of New NewYork KewYork NewYork
York are nearing completion completon and their theirtrials theirtrials theirtrials
trials in the Black sea se will wi begin be in in a afew afew afew
few days In n order orer to overcome the thedifficulty thedifculy thedifficulty
difficulty difculy always a1wa s encountered in work workin workin workin
in a foreign country MrXixon Mr 11 Nixon pro provided proYide provided ¬
vided Yide his own organization organizton with which whichhe whichhe whichhe
he has pushed the construction constructon of ofthese ofthese ofthese
these boats bots to a state of completion completionMuch completion1luch completionMuch
Much 1luch is expected of these torpedo torpedoboats torpedoboat torpedoboats
boats boat The Russian admiralty admirly already alreadyhas alread3 alreadyhas
has had practical prctkal evidence eidtnce of the sea seaworthiness seaworthiness seaworthiness ¬
worthiness of the Nixon boats in the theperformance theperformance theperformance
performance of the Gregory Gregol which whichcrossed whichrssed whIchcrossed
crossed rssed the Atlantic Atanti in the face of ofheavy ofhea ofheavy
heavy hea weather but the future prestige prestigeof prestge
of the designer of the American Americn battle battleship batte batteship battleship ¬
ship Oregon will wi depend in Russia Rusia upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the result resul of the coming trials which whichwill whichi whichwill
will i be much more severe than usual usualin usualin
in order to test tet certain certin things thing claimed claimedfor caimed caimedfor claimedfor
for them by b their American AmcrICdn con constructor constrcCor constructor ¬
structor structorEmpress strcCor strcCorEmpress structorEmpress
Empress Name Day Celebrated CelebratedWarsaw CelebratedVarw CelebratedWarsaw
Warsaw Varw May Ia 7 7Thh This city ct today todaycelebrated toda todacelebrted todaycelebrated
celebrated celebrted the name day of Empress EmpressAlexandra Em EmpressAlexaindra reS
Alexandra Alexundr Feodrovna The Socialists Socialistsi Socialsts Socialstswnnlng Socialistswanting
i warning wnnlng not to display t1a lIaS < la s was gen generally generl generaily ¬
erally erl disregarded disregrded in view of the heavy heavypenalties heaypenlUt heavypenalties
penalties penlUt > s ihiposed Unpose upon house hou holders holderswho holdtrs holdtrswho holderswho
who fail fai to decorate decorte their tltlr houses on onsuch onsuch onsuch
such occasions This led to some SIt dis disturbances disturbullce disturbances ¬
turbances turbullce an angry mob tearing tearlnt down downand downand downand
and burning flags fogs at different diffrE > nt places placesOtherwise plucesOthn placesOtherwise
Otherwise Othn jSC the city llJ was wa quiet quietNo quitt quittNo quietNo
No Mutiny Mutinyust Just a Booze Fight FightSebastopol FightSebatopol FightSebastopol
Sebastopol May Iay 7 1Reportt 7Reports Reports of a amutiny amuUn amutiny
mutiny muUn among the military mitar hero are areincorrect areincorrft areIncorrect
incorrect incorrft A number of drunken sailors sailorsparticipated siors siorsprtdpte sailorsparticipated
last t week weekbut weekbut weekbut
participated prtdpte in disorders dil der 8
but order was v restored retNd by b sailors slor5 and andthe andthe andthe
the orr mfiH mr nullTtLr Vji Orehe otc r eighty ei b persons personsarrested personsarreted personsarrested
arrested arreted slxtyS sityscve sixtyseven rverffwei Welt were e released
CLARKS GUESTSNEARING GUESTSNEARING GUESTS GUESTSNEARING
NEARING COAST COASTExcursionists COASTEcuionst COASTExcursionists
Ecuionst Excursionists Enjoy Themselves s EnRoute En EnKoute EnRoute
Route to los Angeles AngelesREACH AngelesREACH AngelesREACH
REACH DESTINATION TODAY TODAYSTOPS TODAYSTOPS TODAYSTOPS
STOPS MADE AT IMPORTANT IMPORTANTPOINTS 1 IMPORTANTPqINTS PORTANTPONTS
POINTS ON ROAD ROADSpecial ROADSlil ROADSpecial
Special Slil to The Herald HeraldI H J JLAS
THoD Hon W WA WL V VA
I I AS VEGAS Nev May Jay 7
LAS L A Clark CIrk care cre Salt SRl Lake Lke Haute KfcuteLos Reute ReuteLo HauteLos
Los Lo Angeles Cal CalTh CalThe The members membersof m mof
of the Commercial club city clt and a state stateofficials stateofficials at
officials route to Los Angeles as asyour S Syour
ofcals en Lo Aee I IJour
your Jour guests guets send nd you yo cordial cori1 greeting greetingfrom greetingfrom re
from from this point pint on their westward wet1an Jour Jowrney Journey
ney They desire deire to congratulate congrtulte ye yeupon y yen yenupon
upon the successful succesful completion completin of this thtegreat thl thlret thisgreat
great ret monument to your our undyiiif undyhu UndIf en energy e eergy energy ¬
ergy and public publc spiritedness piritene Our Or triP trtpthus tp tpthus triPthus
pleasant ana anacomfortable 154 154comfortable
thus far has bas been bn as aDleaant aDleaantcomfortable
comfortable A As s courteous treatment treatmentsuperb treat n a asuprb nd ndsuperb
superb suprb equipment could culd make mke it itWe I itWe
We Ve will wi endeavor endevor to t express exp to t yon yonIn yo youin
In person tomorrow our high hlrh aiwed aiwedation ape appreciation
ation aton of your unexampled unxample generosity generosityCOMMERCIAL generosityCOMMIRCIAL nrtY l lUCO
UCO COMMERCIAL MERCIAL CLUB CLUBBy CLUBBy CLUBBy
By HEBER M 1 WELLS WELLSPresident WELLSPresldut President
This telegram tel ram was as tiled nl on o the ti ar arrival arrival arrival ¬
rival at Las Ls Vegas Ves at 835 S Si oclock tMu this tfcteafternoon thisafternoon
uIernoon afternoon of the special s ial train td tdthe bearing bearingthe bearingthe
the Commercial Commeril club cub excursionist excunnl e en enroute n nroute
route to Los Angel Angelus s It I was wa framed framedby frl
by b a committee commite in order orde to express expressthe exP expue expuethe
the sentiments sentments of all al on board brd The Thefollowing T Thefollowing
folowing following telegram teJ ram also als was wa sent sentCommercial sentCommercial nt ntConm
Commercial Conm rdal Club Salt Sl Lake lke City CityThe lity lityTht CityThe
The journey journe so far haa ha been bn as per perfect p perfect ¬
fect as congenial cgenil company ompny good weath weather wetl ¬
er courteous treatment tretl nt and ad a luxurious luxuriousami Juxur s saunt
and splendidly splendily equipped etluipp train trin cooM cooMmake c eQuidmake
make it We e extend our earnest ernt sym sympathy SM ai aipathty ¬
pathy to those tho of you who wo are ar not notwith rtwith
with us J W HOUSTON HOUSTONChairman HOtTSO HOtTSOChairman 1IOUSTONChairman
Chairman of Arrangements ArrangementsSurprised ArnD ArrajigetneataSurprised elnt elntSurprised
Surprised the Sun SunThi9 SunThi SunThis
This Thi epitomises epitomize the th trip trp so s far It Itdoes I Itdoes
does doe not begin in to ten the th wealth wealthdetail elt o of ofdetail
detail detai as to how the various varous excwndon excwndonists exc excuran excuranlets
ists managed manaed to enjoy enjy themselves thenve TIM TIMspirit Thespirit
spirit of fraternity fraternit was wa universal Un Until U Ui Uitil ¬
til ti an hour which hih it is h unnecessary Inn r P i imention Ia i ivaton ft ftmention I
mention menton the th dining tinint car and and the th obigfg obigfgvation ubt ubtvation
vation vaton car ar were tre filled fll by men tn wl wltoasted wi who whototteted
toasted lo etet the th Salt al Lake Lke route rutt and al Salt SrttLake S SaltLake
Lake Lke City and announced HnnOIt their th deter determination 4etermination tr trrinaton ¬
rinaton mination to pull II together tothr ajwl a ShOW shewthe ShOWthe W Wthe
the people JHpl in California CifJfolnla what a great greatcity greatcity t tdty
city present Ir t and prospective IJrOtve they th rep represent represetut ¬
resent r ent All through the th sitej lte tepers er men mensat uncusat n nt
sat t in groups group chatting hatlng and becoming becomingbetter becomingbetter nr
beter better acquainted acluaintt all al imbued ib with wih the thespirit th thespirit
spirit of civic tivi pride Some of them themwere tM themwere
were up shortly shorty after afer sunrise Hlri watcH watcHing wt watchung
ing in the th vista visl through thrugh southern auth U UOthers Ut Utb UtbOthers
Others straggled ragltd out at intervals intervalsStop intenal intervalsStop
Stop at Caliente CalienteBy Calente CalenteB CalienteBy
By B the th time tmt Caliente wasreaclied asacJe at atD1
999 D1 a in 1 there was a full tttrno t1 twrnOut twrnOutOut t tOut
Out of the cars ar piled pie the men m who whewere whowere
were not standing 8tandin in line J for f hrimsfr hrimsfrfast isonkfast
fast fat and they ty started > tre Hit t to t Imnirrt hwpctthe Imnirrtthe
the frontier frter town which whih has Wen W swift builtup swiftup
up by b the railroad I7in within the th tawi I tw two twoYen twoyears t tyears
years Yen They The looked loked at the t round roundhouses mmmdhouses ¬
houses and depot dept in process p eC e con construction m mtruetIn ¬
struction and a they gated with wtl inter interest kitereat ¬
g1
est et at t the onestory on o buildings blk and teats teatswhich t twhkh teekiwhich
which comprise cOmlrs the th town It I w w was s at atlong 1 notlong
long before bfore c C 1s F Adams Adam was a Jn inter interviewing tutOrviewing ¬
vicjllg viewing a group of natives nathe about c cur current r rreiit
rent styles in clothing dothin George G e Mei Meimaii J H l lmmmli
maii mal wag a discussing dt < using the th lumber mar market J Jket market
ket J 1 W V Houston A Richter nk hle Thom Thomas TM Themas ¬
as Homer and xld a number nlm of ethers etherswere on onere otherswere
were ere gaining Dining information infommtt on o the town tewnlot t tlot townlot
lot prospect prospectVeteran Dro prospectsVeteran t
Veteran Tells Tels of Fights FightsGeneral FightsGeneral
General Gtlerl Attorney Aluly e < O Whittemore Whittemorebrigadier Whtttenerebrigadier tttee ttteebrigadier
brigadier general generl of the th Clark Crk forcesat f forces
at the time Hit of the celebrated celebrte contest contestbetween etf contestbetween
between btween rival armies over ove the posses possession pomessloti ¬
sion of the grade grde and right of way a7
fought his lmi battles blle over He told of the thestruggles thestrggle thestruggles
struggles strggle and pointed pinted out the battle battlefields btt battlefields ¬
fields fiel s as HSthe the train trin moved mved along aJo through throughthis Urgk throughthis
this picturesque picturelue valley with ith beauti beautifully blU blUfuly bea tl tlfully ¬
fully fuly colored olort and oddly odly shaped slUp cliffs dil on onboth o enboth
both sides side Train Trin No 2 bound bn for tO Suit SuitLake 5t 5tLk SaltLake
Lake Lk was as passed p e at 1 p J m at Guetph Guetpha
a a siding sidin ninetyseven ninetysven miles mie Gup below belowCaliente bw bwCalente bol w waliente
Caliente Calente The i assengere lJsnge > on o both bothtrains b bothtrains
trains cheered chere as a they the went wet by At AtMoapa Atlonp AtMoajat
Moapa lonp a R group of Indians Inins wa wa was s m mwaiting I kmwaiting
waiting waitng to wave aye their thei hn hands as the themonster th theunonster
monster steel seel horse hoe swept sep by with wltl its itstrain It 11 11train
train trtn C E l Offenbach Ofenbh who wh had hd been beenprospecting b hoesprospecting
prospecting prslJecln in the th neighborhood neighborhoodboarded J neighborhoodboarded
boarded Vegas boarde at this place riding rkin to t I r rVegas IAS IASVegas
Visits on the Way WayA
A meeting meetn of the committee cOmnitt on ar arrangements arrngement8 arrangemeuts ¬
rangements rngement8 was as held ht > ld After Arer a confer conference C centercave t ¬
cave with wih District Di trkt Pi PiL Patse Passenger A Agent e J JL
L Moore who ho was in charge hr ef tC the theparty ti theparty
party prty it was decided dtddt1 to let the tb regular regvbtrNo r regularNo 1
No o 1 pass ps < at Las Ls Vegas Ve the th excursion excursionists een exeuNiessists ¬
ists stop of hour and
making a an hr an a ahalf R ahalf
half there to inspect inst the town and andthen I ondthen
then proceeding preeding in a leisurely leiurey manner mannerA mann
A short stop will w be b made in the t early earlymorning e earlymorning
morning at San Bernardino BenIarino At AtRfYe River Riverside RIverside ¬
side and Pomona other othe stops sop will wfl be bemade I bemade
made at the requests requ t of the th chamber chamberof cab
of commerce of these thEs two cities cti which whichdesire whlh whlhdesire whichdesire
desire a a chance to meet met and greet geet the thepilgrims th thepilgrims
pilgrims pigrims from Zion Zin Los L Angeles Antee win winprobably wi willprobably
probably be reached about If oclock
tomorrow morning morningAt mon1ng mon1ngAt morningAt
At Las La Vegas Vegs Master Masttr Mechanic iebnlc WH W WH f fH
H Smith Smih who ho was Wa in charge chargeof cMrg
of the train trin for the tb operating operatingdepartment OprUR OprURdprtment operatingdepartment
department dprtment surrendered surrendere his charge chargethis eArgethis chargethmii
this being bing the end of the thep pas passenger pussemuger ¬
senger division Conductor Conducto L B Moore Moorealso More Morealso Moorealso
also left lef the train trin at this ti place ptaceEngineer placeEngineer
p
Engineer A T Banyard and Fireman FiremanR Frem
R F Miller Ilier had left lef at Milford Milfor after aftertaking afe aftertaking
taking the train from Salt Sl Lake Lke The Theengineer TIl Theengineer
engineer from Milford Ifor to Las Ls Vegas Vaguswas Ves Vegaswas
was W A White and the th fireman firemanFrank frem liremautFrank
Frank Frnk Bridge The brakemen brkemnT J T TLynch TLynch TLynch
Lynch and J T Vay went through throuh from fromSalt fromSal fromSalt
Salt Sal Lake Lke to Las Vegas V s The official officialheadquarters ofei officialheadquarters
headquarters heIUart rs in Los Ls Angeles Angel will m be bethe 1 liethe
the Angelus Angeus hotel About Abut forty foty mom members mN mNbers mombers ¬
bers of the party prt will wi stop there the the theremainder t theremainder
remainder reminder going to the Lankershin Lnkerin and andother a andother
other hotels hotelsSeeing hotelsS hotelsSJng
Seeing S ing Las Vegas City CityAt CityAt CityAt
At Las L Vegas Ves it i was WS warm and andwindy a andwIndy
windy but that did not nt interfere intrfere with withseeing wi withseeing
seeing the sights sight The excursionists excursionistspoured excirs4onisipoured
poured out of the train trin and an exclrsilti scattered scatteredSome stere scatteredSome
Some took a trip over to the nh nhwhere ranchwhere ranch ranchwhere
where they saw sw the trees tre and a velur verdure verdureat
at its is finest fnest The vast ast majority majrity re remained remained remained ¬
mained about the town which whih is isthoroughly i isthoroughly
thoroughly typical of the frontier frontierThey frtir frtirThe frontierThey
They The mingled with the khaki kbki clad cl men menwho m menwho
who belonged there and an discu dsu discussed rd the theall t tjueall
all a important question queston of town lots J and andthe a andthe
the sale ale which is to begin besin May Ia 1 Ie C CO CO
O Whittemore Vitlmorehad Vhittemorelmad had already alread been ben elected electedking ete electedking
king of Las Vegas and he swelled with withpride withpride
Vfgt wele wth wthpride
pride as he exhibited exhibied his hi kingdom kingdomThe klog kingdomThe
The visitors isitor strolled strot > d over to the main mainstore 1aJn 1aJnstore mainstore
store where the inhabitants inhbiants were com coming CO cowing ¬
ing in numbers nUmb r to do business bU5ln with tl Ute UteFir theFirst c cFirst
First Fir t State bank bnk the postoflice plolc plolcerl gen genoral genoral
oral erl store and soft 8f drinks drink establish establishment et estaIisItumment lll ¬
ment ment Dr J K W Bracken BJcken on tine 9f 9fthe o f ftIme
the pioneers pioletrs representing repreentug the road roadalso rOG rOGalso rOOdalso
also played pla ed host The regular reulr train traincanio trn trncumo traincaine
canio in and Apostles Aposte Smoet Stnt John JohnHenry JohnHenry Te1
Henry Hem Smith Smih and others otf aboard aboarddescended utbotddescended b
descended delende and held an Informal lf re reception recepton receptlon ¬
ception the inhabitants gaalag 11 on onthem onthem onthem
cepton them them curiously cuiousy The Th parties prttfot from tot tottrains lii4h lii4htraiIIs t
trains tniJl5 mingled and aO co coAt
At 4iO oclock th the theout he regii JI JIout
ocock Tegl 4T 4Tout
out and the lh special speca followed folowed at a fsp 5 S p in m

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