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J1 I T THE H E SAL SALT u 1 L LAKE r KE HE HERALD HERALDSUvr RA4 LD T I > > WEATHER LAST Clearins FOR EDITION EDITIONWEATHER and SALT Warmer WarmerESTABLISHED LAKE LAKEClearins i iI I
I Sliver SFic S71 < per ounce ounceCopper oun zflc e
d MR1LD UVic Ht c INHHW INHHWl potI IMI
t8stln per
Copper rpper casting
I ESTABLISHED LI BL1I1LJi JUNE 6 1870 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY y MAY IA Y 10 1905 19O PItlCE FIVE PiV CENTS l Lead ad in ore re 1350 f New ifow iork > ark f g
RUSSIAN FLEET FLEETIN FLEETIN FLEETINTHEOPENSEA
IN INTHEOPENSEA INTHEOPENSEAapan THE OPEN SE SEJapan SEA SEAJapan
Japan apan Greatly Excited by Alleged AllcgccBreach AllegedBreach AllegedI
Breach each of Neutrality NeutralitySOME NeutralitySOME UeutralitySOME
I
SOME RUSSIAN SARCASM SARCASMGREAT SARCASMGREAT SARCASMGREAT
GREAT BRITAIN MAINTAINS MAINTAINSCALM A ACALM ACALM
CALM ATTITUDE ATTITUDEr
t r + + + + 4 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + tt ttNha + + t tNha
9 + Nha Tram Anrutnt May MayAdmiral lAyAdmiOlI M1yAdmIral +
+ Admiral Roj Ho Rojtvetukys stvenskys squadron HqUMdronhkh wpaidronwhkh + fwhich
+ which hkh has been n cruising rnl gin for foreral or s ev everal v verI +
+ eral days off t Vafong bay sailed sailedthis sailedthis siIedtkh +
+ this morning morningT montin montint +
+ +
t + + + + + + + + + + 1 + + + Hff HffST
tT T PKTERSBlRG May 9 The Jai Japanere Jaltan Jainc
ST
anere an nc threats thrC ttt against France are arenot arenot arenot
not taken very fr seriously seliou lY here The TheRussian ThtnU The1tiJ54KIi
Russian nU MI1 authorities continue to main malntlhl maintlii maintain ¬
tain that Admiral Rojcetvtnsky Roj tnnsky has hasi has11ft ha hat
i 11ft > t overstepped overstf lped the limits of neutral neutrality neutl1llity neutralsty ¬
ity In view of o the l excited exclt state of the theJapanese theJt theover
Japanese Jt IMUMi e over the possibility oC o the thefrufts UtefruKMof thefrLIk
frufts fruKMof of f their previous land and sea seavictories seaide ea eaiLtor1e4
victories es being swept away a 1 Japans Japansprotests Japatirotets Japansprotetlts
protests rotets are considered quite natural naturalhiit natulcll1t naturilhut
hut l1t Iw attitude > toward a chivalrous chivalrousKuntry rhhalrouuntTT chivalroustnt
Kuntry untTT tnt like Frame Jral is regarded r arded as a al aII s sbriin4r
l II briin4r und I r While Grt Britain is cx cxlrled exJrtPd ecto
lrled to support her ally and < secure securefiiir eurefi eeureir
fiiir fi r play should l Jipni press r France Francet Frmto Frnceto
t to o far Great Britain it is i Mid can be betinted beI beinted
I tinted upon to t use u all her hf > r influence to tot toalrn toiltn
t ilm the statesmen at To T TO4IO TO4IOPurpo io ioPurpose ioPurpose
Purpose c of Japan JapanThe JapanT Japanrhe
The T interests tll of Ja Japan > an could net be beserved beened beervd
served according to an opinion Itere herely ItereJr ItereLiy
ly an extension of the hostilities unless unlessAdmiral un unhniral unlesslniirat
Admiral hniral Togo T is beaten be ten in which case caseit ca e eit
it is not doubted that Japan will use useth uset
th t h pretext of French violation of neu neutrality neut neutvality ¬
trality t 1lity < to demand the fulfillment of ofJeat ofI
I f I nat eat Britains obligations obliga ons as her ally allyThe allyThe allyTie
The opinion is held in some quarters quartersthat quarterst quartersthat
that t hat it Is exactly this contingency contingencyv
v t hich Japan has in view iew All the theifvspapers thefwsiapers
ifvspapers 1 discuss the subject 8ubj > t the theNovoe thenvoe theNvoe
Novoe = nvoe Vremya very sarcastically pie picturing piet pieluring ¬
turing t Japan as the great J7f t dominating dominatingi dominaUnjHwer
i jHwer vver of the world laying down the thet thelI
I lI t w issuing orders and making makin of Ro Rojs HoJistv Itoi
js Jistv i stvensky Sky a i veritable outlaw outla driven drivetiI
11 1 om place to place at Japans bidding biddingAnd biddingAnd biddingAnd
And poor Rojestvensky the paper paperiiitinues iaPrtinues aptr aptritinu
iiitinues itinu tinues oow wearied rid and not knowing knowingv knowinhere knowinghere
v here to go remains main8 where he is But ButM Buthy
M hy h does not the great reat Togo who whoknows whokiows I
knows 1 loWs so well where his enemy is an anhored aniired I Ihured
hored attack him and thus end all the theoinplications thernplications II IImpUcations
oinplications That would be better betteriltan betterthan betterI
than I placing an embargo on French Frenchships French4hip5 j j1hips
ships and wore simple than bombard bombarding bombard1tt ¬ I IIn
ing In the ports of French Fren < h IndoChina IndoChinainpan IndoChinaInf1lU IndoChinwJnpan
inpan has > grown very pompous Her Herfrown Herj
j 4 frown Wn inspires the world with awe a e but butit butIt butit I
it is passing in strange stnm e that t Rojestvensky Rojestvenskyhps
hps llf not been seized with the universal universali
i right
Agreement Averts Danger DangerThe DangerThe DangerThe
The Novosti says France did well to tome tome to4irne
4irne < < > me to ait au understanding with Great GreatBritain GretltBritaIn GreatEritain
Britain in view vie of the danger which whichthreatens whichthreatens
threatens 1 IndoChina which the paper paperinsists p psperInsists per per1nsis1s
insists is not imaginary imaginaryFrom imaginaryFrom irnagizinryr
r From the beginning gtnnh1 of the war warcontinues warcontinueS ar arontlnueo
continues the Novosti Japan has done doneeverything doneee doneeverything
everything ee thing in her power to exhaust exhaustit exhaustFranes exhaustFrances
Frances IWlt patience ne and force herto take takea takedangerous
it dangerous step and until now France Francelias Franceas r1lnee r1lnee11a5
lias as shown tact tR < t and moderation Ja Javaii Taau Iapan
pan au may ma desire to draw in France but butthis butt butthis
this t his is impossible in view of Great GreatBritains GreatBritains GreatBritains
Britains reserve reserveThe reseneThe reserveThe
The Sviet warns Japan against of offending orffndlng offending ¬
fending French pride and says the theFrench thtFrPJwb theVrrnch
French fleet would not leave Ied f a trace of ofTogo orTo ofTogo
Togo To o on the sea s a The paper accuses a aeeusesrest j jlireat I II
lireat I rest Britain which it says sa hastened hastenedth
th tlJf present pr nt war ar of being behind hind all allthose aUthP5e altthse I
those machinations m dtlnatfon Great rat Britain Britainthe Britainthf Britainthe
the Sviet adds his is the nightmare of ofFrench of1rench
French ministersThe ministers ninbtf ninbtfThe nInistelsThe I
The Russ insists that the situation situationis
is i in 11 no sense critical rit cctl saying Great GreatTritaitt GreatRritiit I It
Tritaitt t fears eArs nothing Itothin so much as war warShe warShe
She he sees es the terrible spectre of Ger Germany Ge111any Gertny ¬
many tny which impatiently awaits a false faI3est4p J Jstop It
stop t P of Great reat Britain so Great Britain BritaineIfl i iim
im 1 be relied IMod upon to i unsel her ally ally3t I I IjT
jT 111 t to draw in a third power j
ORDERS FROM PARIS PARISJuncti PARISt PARISJunction
t Juncti Junction n Not to Be Effected Within WithinFrench WithiFrench WithisFrench
French Waters WatersParis WatersPftrJI WatersPar1
Paris May X S tOrdpT Orders have b ne been sent sentt sentthe
t the civil hIt and naval tutborities in inFrench inFrrneft inFrench
French Indothma Inoo tna not to permit the thejunction thejUIttkMI thejulietion
junction within French waters aters of the theRussian tlteHusslan theltissisJt
Russian naval forces r under AdmiralHo Admiral AdmiralHojestvewslty Admiral1oJestvfl1kY
Hojestvewslty Ho tvenstty and Rear Rt > dr Admiral Nebo Nebopatoflf Nebupttoft Neboga
patoflf ga tuft Instructions have also al been Iteenpnt 1teenPflt beenpnt
pnt to Admiral De Jonquieres the theFrench theFrfnh thetrench
French naval commander to see that thatTin thatnje thstTt
Tin nje Tt jest tEftsky vensky fully observes n the t prom promise promise rom romt ¬
ise t eo he has M already a Ire dy given to leave leaveFrench I leaveFrench f fFrneh
French waters These orders resulted resultedfrom rpsuitdrcm 1I1tfd 1I1tfdfrnrn
from rcm tl the receipt of a detailed dispatch dispatchgiving d dispstchgiving p teb tebi
giving i n an account ur f Admiral IV fa Jon Jonquiercs Jonuieres Jonquieres
quiercs uieres meeting ing with Rojest Rojealvenaky RojealvenakyThe Stvtnf > vensky venskyThe Y YTb
The Tb dispatch ays the Russian Ru ian squad aqtiadrou HQtmdron squadTon
ron made a four days d3 ruise outside outsideth
th h f fUrmi < Hirmik limit and then tbf > u returned returnedlast ntu ntul returnedA
J
A last l t Saturday amnoriiijr at t Rough Roughbay h i iay
1 bay ay coast of Annam l1n3m to take on oi MI provi provisions proviFtnS roi roiFinns ¬
Finns and andfr fresh water waterWhen waterVlien ater aterwr
When wr Admiral De Jonqui Jonquires res was a in informed informed ¬
formed 1 rmed of the > Russians HUllS tns return he pro proceded 10fPde profPdOI
< ceded fPde to Konghai and requested Ad AdTMiral AdtirRI AdvIraI
TMiral Rojtwtvensky Ro venMY to immediately immediatelynithdraw jmmedJatf immediatelywithdraw > I Iwitbc1ra
withdraw outside the t territorial waters watersThe watersThe atPrSTh
The Th Russian Hu ian admiral gave > I De > e Jon Jonquiere Jonqtlierefl Jonquieree
quiere his h word ON that he intended to toavc to1pr toive
1pr avc his anchorage anr f and take > to the theopen theopen theopen
open sea ea He also informed De Jon Jonquieres Jonuieres Jonquleres
quieres uieres that in his h otnmunicatons < otnmunicatonswith i iwith
with th tM land he had not violated i latPd any anyof 3nVor anyof
of the neutrality regulations re lations and that thatthe th thatthe t
the 1 hr stops ftto of th the Russian rtuSl > lan squadron squadronalone Nquadronlon squadrotniong
alone lon the > IndoChina coast ta t were for forthe forthe
the 1 he purpose pur of resting tinf the cr rW8 ws The TheRussian TheHus Th Th1ussian
Russian Hus ian admiral said id be would depart departthe departiii
the 1 iii hr following fO > day dayThe dayThe dayTue
The French Fr rh admiral then thf > n returned returnedfrom returnedroil tunoflfrom
from roil Konghai Kon hal to advise adi the French Frenchpovfrniwnt FrtndpnmltWnt FrenchgoverlUOPUt
povfrniwnt of th t the result n ult of the int intr intriw intrieW r rviow
viow iw He returned to t Koujchai yester yesterday yeeterday fter fterday ¬
day to see eoe whether Uojestvenskys Uojestvenskysi lo ltojtstvenskyspremise tveI1tJky tveI1tJkyJIom
JIom premise W tn go to sea a had i been n Carried Carriedout arriedUt
out Ut and found the Russian Ttu ian warships warshipsstill w warshipatfli lrshiJNStfli I
still tfli at their anchorage but preparing preparingto prepllri prepllrito
to depart Admiral Rojestvensky ROjf stnsk > as assured asurfOd asFured ¬
sured him that the entire squadron squadronv squadrOltwould squadronwould
v would ould leave during durin the night nightRESENTMENT nlshtRESENTMENT nightRESENTMENT
RESENTMENT IN JAPAN JAPANEyes JAPANEyes JAPANEyes
Eyes Turning Toward Great Britain BritainFor BritainFor BritainFor
For Assistance AssistanceTokio AssistanceToki AssistanceTokio
Tokio May M8 9 9Thf The feeling of resent resentment rtltnt111nt resentrnent ¬
ment against a lnst France for the th assistance astftetancegiven a assistancegiven tance tancegiven
given to the t Russian Ru i n second 8e ond Pacific PacificM PaeUquftdron PacificUa1rOH
M quftdron uadron continues to run high and lid is isfinding Is1indin Isfinding
finding expression in a variety variet of ways waysThe waysTh waysThe
The Th > nearness of the Russian squadron squadronand squadronand squadronand
and the nature of the preparations preparationswhich preparationswJalch preparationswhich
which Admiral Roje Roje8tvfnsky tvensky is known kno1nto knowntot j jto
to tot have ave made in French waters seem seemto seemto j jto
to have suddenly 5udd nly convinced the people peoplthat pooplr i ithat
r that it would ould have been imrxwsible for forHoje8tveusKv forEoJef4VeH5k j jRojestvenskr
Rojestvenskr to come to the far east Pqttthout eatvtthout j jwithout
without outside out assistance as which has hagn hasgiven i ipiven
given n > n a sinister sir tone to to the t popular re resentment reSfntmeftt resentment ¬
sentment In the crisis many eves are areContinued 1tt8lContinued areContinued
lContinued Continued on Page 2 2t
t
BUSINESS ON A ANORMAL ANORMAL ANORMAL
NORMAL BASIS BASISChicago BASISChicago BASISChicago
Chicago Employers Have Haie Sixteen SixteenHundred SixteenHndred SixteenHindred
Hundred Teams at Work WorkLULL WorkLULL WorkLULL
LULL IS ONLY TEMPORARY TEMPORARYINDICATION TEMPORARYINDICATION TE1PORARYINDICATION
INDICATION THAT THE STRIKE STRIKEWILL STRIKEWILLSPREAD STRIKEWILLSPREAD
WILL WILLSPREAD WILLSPREADC WILLSPREADC SPREAD SPREADCHICAGO
HICAGO May Ift 9rThe large depart department depaltntent deaitmont ¬
CHICAGO C
mont stores and the express com comiwnies coinisniie om omINUtifs
iwnies today tOOa resumed business on onalmost onamost onahnost
almost a normal basis They The sent ent their theirwagons theirwa theirwagons
wagons wa 5 into the extreme parts rts of the thecity theity theity
city ity in some 1On instances without police policeprotection JoliCelrotecUon policeiirotectloii
protection and transacted tran acted their busi business busintSS busturns ¬
ness without interruption or trouble of ofa ofa ofa
a sericus character Sixteen hundred hundredteams hundredteams hundredteams
teams were at work today and the thenumber theIIIltn theiiutnber
number IIIltn f r will if I be increased Inr RoeI > tomorrow tomorrowNotwithstanding tomorrowNotJthstandins tomorrowNntwithatsndiiig
Notwithstanding this apparent gain gainhowever gainhowever in inhowtvrr
however there are strong tron indications indicationstonight indkationstnnight indicationstonight
tonight that the strike t lrik rik will 1iI spread SIrt ad > with within withIn ¬
in the t next few da days not only among amongthe amongtlK amongthe
the > teamsters teamsl but will involve other otherunions otherunions
unions as well ell The drivers of the theWen theWeni theWenI
Weni 1 Teaming company a large lar con concern Qncern eoncorn < ¬
cern chiefly rh ft engaged ena ed in delivering flour flourwent flourwent flourwent
went out today when wh n one of their th ir num number numbtr aiimher ¬
her was discharged djS < hargf d for 01 refusing fnsin to de deliver deliver ¬ 1 1liver
liver flour to o a boycotted boyceti ed house houseBoth houseBoth I IBoth
Both Sides Surprised SurprisedThe I ITM
The Wenig company tQInp ny is j a strong Itron fac factor facicr ft fttor ¬
tor IN the th Team Owners OI1 association associationwhich a assoekitiotiwhich tioti tiotiwhkh
which has ha heretofore sided rather with withthe withthe HIt HItthe
the Teamsters T mstf > rs union un Qfl than with the Em Employers Employers Enipoyers ¬
ployers association nb iation Its It stand in line linewith linewith linewith
with the latter Iflltt r organisation o nizatj t1 was wa some something SO1fl SO1flthing IW IWtbing ¬
thing of a surprise to both sides in the thestruggle themruggle thestruggle
struggle struggleFor mruggleFor struggleFor
For some me time this afternoon it was wasreoorted wasr wasreported
reported r > that a strike of the he teamsters teamstersemployed ttunsteemployfd teamstersemployed
employed by the Crane company was wSimminent as asltlfttlnenL j
imminent This concern is an immense immensemanufacturer immensemanufacturer i in
n manufacturer of elevators and plumb plumbing p1umbIng plumbing ¬
ing supplies SUIpl and its shutdown would wouldbe woukibe ouk oukbe
be a serious 8er Oll8 detriment to many build buildins buildIng buildIng
Ing operations o t lations now in progress progressThe pr progressThe regg reggThe
The threat to strike was caused au ed by bytbe bythe I Ithe
the discharge diseba e of two teamsters who re refused j jfused I Ifused
fused to make deliveries d Jiveries as ordered orderedThe ocdeedThe orderedThe
The officials of the union sanctioned the thestrike theMrike thestrike
strike but it did not occur as expected expectedAn
An adjustment was reached of some somekind somekind somekind
kind but the statements statemf > nts of the Crane Cranecompany CraneomptUl Cranecompany
company omptUl and of the labor leaders differ differas
as to its character characterMany CMr8terMany characterMany
Many Attacks Made MadeThere MadeThere MadeThere
There were numerous clashes in the thestreets thestreets thestreets
streets today between nonunion nonun Of1 men menand menand
and the police and union teamsters t > who whoattempted whoattempted I Iattempted
attempted to block the passage of o the thewagons thewaltons thewagons
wagons of the Employers Teaming Teamingcompany Teami1 Teami1company Teamiucompany
company There were ere also a number > r of ofattacks ofattaelts ofattacks
attacks on nonunion men by workmen workmenin
in buildings who ho pelted pt lted them with all allsorts allsorts
sorts of missiles missi from a safe distance distanceThese distanceThf distanceThese I
These Thf > te tights Ii hts were all in the character characterof haracterof
of rearguard rear Mlrd attacks and bore no re resemblance reI reneflbtaflCC ¬
semblance to the open violence com committed committed cornmitted ¬
mitted during last week eek The most mostserious mostserious muotserious
serious fight of the day was at Iake Iakeand LakKnd Laksand
and Clark lark streets where union team teamsters teamsters teanisters ¬
sters formed a blockade and lIfl brought broughtabout broughtubout broughtabout
about a congestion cO of traffic and a aseries aeri aseries
series eri of fights that blocked the streets streetsin = treetsin
in that section of the city it for the great greater ¬
er part Mtrt of an hour Nobody was seri seriously semiously eri eriOUIy ¬
ously hurt and numerous arrests arre l3 were weremade weremade ere eremade
made by the police
Nobody Shot Yesterday YesterdayCoal Yesterdayoalletimsters
Coal oalletimsters oat teamsters in the business bu iness section sectionof
of the city were the especial object ob et of ofattack ofattaeK ofattack
attack by workmen in buildings near nearwhich nearwhich ar arwhich >
which they drove As soon as < they theywere thNere theywere
were ere discovered diS < overed missiles of all sorts sortswere sortitre sortswere
were tre showered upon them and In sev several S Seral sevoral > ¬
eral instances it was necessary for the thewagon thewa thewagon
wagon wa guards and the police to send senda
a volley volk > of bullets flying toward the thewindows thf1indow thewI4jws >
windows Nobody however was shot shotduring shotdurin shotduring
during durin the day dayThe dAyThf dayThe
The taking of evidence relative to the thegranting tberanting thegranting
granting of injunctions issued iu d tempo temporarily t temporaply mpo mporafily ¬
rarily by the th United rnit States Stat > circuit court courtin rourtin courtin
in f favor or of the th Employers association associationand ssoeiationand
and the seven express eXIre companies com commenced cornmeIied om omrrM1I ¬
menced rrM1I < ed today before Master in Chan Chancery CJtanry Chatrotc ¬
rotc ry Sherman ShermanWitnesses 8IMranAnWit ShermanWItnesne
Witnesses Wit for the employers told of ofthe oftht ofth
the th trouble that led up to the strike and andtestified andtfSUfted andtestified
testified concerning < assaults on non nonunion nonunion nonunion ¬
union men
a
TRAGEDY IN TEXAS TEXASEdward TEXASEdward TEXASEdwtrd
Edward Calhoun CaIIounShotand Shot and Killed by byW byW byw
W T Eldridge EldridgeHouston EldridgeHCu Eldridgel1euton
Houston HCu ton Tex May HY ft tIdward Kdward Cal Calj al alhoumi
j hmin was shot hot and killed on board an anin anincoming
I
1 incoming in < San Antonio Aransas Pass Passtrain Px Pxtrain Passtrain
train at Wallis allis today by W y T Eldridge Eldridgeof I
of San Antonio Tex formerly vice vicepresident virele5ident vicepresident
president and general manager Ina er of the thtane theCane theazie
Cane ane Belt railroad Calhoun Cal n is a abrotherinlaw abrotherinlaw abrotherinlaw
brotherinlaw of Captai William O OFHMiovant ODonont 0Donovant
FHMiovant who was wa killed by Eldridge Eldridgeabout Eldrid Ekirkigeabout e eaooutthree
about aooutthree three years ears ago a o on a passenger passengertrain paS5engtrtrain passengertrln
train on the > same > road Ehiridge Eldrid e was wasrecently wasrecently R R1fefllt1y
recently acquitted of murdering mur erin Cap Captain Captain Captaimi ¬
tain Donovant DonovantTodays DonoantTodas DonovantTodays
Todays tragedy grew gre out of the themurder t tmunlfr themurder
murder of Donovant and subsequent subsequentattempts sub5eqntattftltpts subsequentatteupts
attempts made urxm U fft > the > life of Kl Kldridarp 11dridgc Eldridge
dridarp > Eld E1dn Eldndge ridge p was shot through the thelungs Ihtlung thelungs
lungs by b an unknown upkllOn party part but recov recovered rt recovered ro rored > ¬
ered red Dissension over the control of ofth ofth oftim
th Cane ne Belt railroad in which hkh Kl Kldridge FIdrid Eldridge
dridge drid e and Donovant were fn jointly in interested interested ¬
terested resulted > d in the t killing of Don Donovant Donovant Donovant ¬
ovant since which time a feud is said saidto saidto sakito
to have existed between relatives of the thedeceased thedfea thedeceased
deceased dfea and Eldridge All of the par parties partlfs parties ¬
ties are prominent prominentWILL prominentca prominentWiLL
ca e eWILL
WILL VISTTSALT VISIT SALT LAKE LAKENebraska LAKENcbraka LAKENebraska
Nebraska University Glee Club to toMake toMake
Make a Tour TourSpecial TourI TourSpecial
Special I to The IRrnKL IRrnKLOmaha U4AkL0Ma1aa lIerakLtOmaha
Omaha Neb May a 3 3Elaborate Elaborate 1 visits visitsare pia pia8Tf pianoare
are 8Tf being laid by the Glee G club of the theuniversity thetniversity theuniversity
university for a concert tour next nextspring nextspring I
spring which will m include Salt It Lake LakeCity Lakeity Lakeily
City ity and nd Ogden O Ix T Los s Angeles An elef and San SanFrancteco SAnl SAnlFnlnetIICO SanFrancisco
Francisco Cal < 1 Portland and Salem SalemOre alernOie Jem1 Jem1On
Ore Tacoma and Seattle Wash WashBoive WashBoise i
Boise i f Ida Butte and Helena Mont MontHot Montmit I
Hot Springs and Dead DPadood wood S D and andCheyenne andCheyenne 1
Cheyenne eb IW Wyo yo The Th club consisting consistingoC cn 18tln I
oC twentyfive members H mi > rs accompanied accompaniedby > d I Iby
by a mandolin club will travel tta 1 in its itsown itsown
own Pullman car ar and am it is safe s e to say saythe sayth saythe
the th young Om collegiate oI itttfl l1m > will be lionized In Inevery inevery inevery
every city visited h ltfd They ThtYiII will travel in instyle inHtyf instyle
style and the entire entl expense e n5e of the thotrip thetrip thetrip
trip will be in the neighborhood of ofSi096 o ofsiee I
Si096 Chancellor halw lIor Andrews ndrew has given givenhis givenhis givenhis
his approval to the preliminary plans plansThe 1lltnsrhe plansThe
The tour will m last from April S to toEQUITABLE 25 25EQUITABLE SoCDIe
oCDIe oCDIeEQUITABLE
EQUITABLE OFFICERS OFFICERSSERVED OFFICERSSERVED OFFICERSSERVED
SERVED WITH SUMMONS SUMMONSNew S SKew
New York May lar S 9The The directors dire < totg of the theEquitable theEquJlab theEquitable
Equitable Life Assurance society were tre all allbeing a1IbeIng allbeing
being served nfd today with the summons in inthe Inthe
the suit being brought by Senator Edgar EdgarT Ed r rT I
T Brackett at Saratoga Springs on be behalf btnIC behlf ¬
half of Mary Mar Young who sues as a policy policyholder policybolder policybolder
bolder and stockholder for an account accounting accountIng ¬ I IIng
ing by all 11 the directors dtr tOll of the Equitable EquitableSmator EquitableSenatOl EquitableSonator
Smator Depew and Vice Iee President Pr fdet Hyd Hydhad fI fly flyid d dked
had been served yesterday A big Oorps Oorpsof OrpSor earpaof
of process LIS eervers r1 started oot oqt today t9da with withsttmmonses withSlllltMCmses withsemumonsea
sttmmonses f for r the remainder of th the fifty
Erectors tors None of tb t the lieTcmlftnts had hadbeen hAdbeen badbeen
been served with the complaints today loda 4
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NOT ALLOWED TO LAND LANDSan ANDSan
San Francisco May Iav 9 9Detalncd Detained on the Oceanic steamer Sierra by bythe lvtbe bythe
the immigration officers oftkerS are four small children the oldest of whom is isa 18 18a isa
a girl jrl of 11 years and the youngest a boy of 5 Their name > is Harding HardingTheir HardingTbeir HardingTheir
Their case was W 4S < investigated by United States Immigrant T8nt > Inspector Grit Griffiths Grlffit Gritlithe ¬
lithe fit He found that their mother was wa dead their father a cari carpenter art enter in inthe inthe inthe
the government service in New Zealand Z > a and d that all the > money mne they theyhad tileYhd theyhdd
had was 21 l cents A Mormon ormu missionary named nam 1 J 1 H W Golf who had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been stationed < in New Zealand two years ago presented pr nted himself to take takecharge taehar takecharge
charge har e of the children and stated he had 50 l4 wherewith wht rwtth > to pay their theirexpenses theirexpenses theirexpenses
expenses to Utah Goff G ff stated that he was acting for another Mormon Mormonmissionary Mormonitmissloimary onllQll onllQllmissionary
missionary named Stephens who was wa to care are for the children in Utah Utahand Ctahand Utahand
and that they would be sent to public schools in that state The special specialboard spedalboard specialboard
board of inquiry decided that the immigrants were liable to become becomepublic becomepublic becomepublic
public charges and therefore denied them a landing landingWRIT landingWRIT
0 0WRIT
WRIT OF F HABEAS HABEASCORPUS CORPUS REFUSED REFUSEDCase I ICase
Case of Anna Valentina Condemned Italian Murderess MurderessGoes Murderess1 Murderess1Goes j jGoes
Goes to U S Supreme Court CourlHome Home Government GovernmentInterested GovernmentInterested GovernmentInterested
Interested In Her Behalf t
T TRENTON N J May Mtt 9 Judge JudgeI JudgeLannint
T I Lanningin Lannint in the United States dis district district district ¬
trict court today refused refu5 to grant granta
a writ of habeas corpus applied for by bycounsel byoun bYcounsel
counsel oun l for Anna Valentina who was wasto witsto as asto
to have been hanged at Hackensack on onMay onlay onMay
May 12 l L for the murder of Rosa Salsa SalzaCoHns SalZ8ou Salsaonusel
CoHns ou onusel < el l for th U condemned woman womanclaimed womandaianed wontanclaimed
claimed that she he had not had a fair fairtrial fairtriAl fairtrisi
trial but County Prosecutor Pr utor Koster Kosterof J oster osterof
of Bergen Btr pn county count denied this allega allegation aleaHon allegatiOim ¬
Hon saying the trial had been im impartial hnpartial unpart ¬
partial partialAn partialAn part is isAn
An appeal to the United States Statessupreme Su SuIsuprente
Isuprente 1 supreme court was takfn The appeal appealprobably aPItalrobKbty appealI
I probably will postpone the t execution executionof
I of c Mk lhos ii s Valentina for some time timeWashington timtYashintton timeWashington >
Washington May Iay 9 9A 4Acthig Acting < tin Secre Secretary Secretat Seeretamy ¬
tat of State Loomis Loo mis is in receipt recf > lpt of a atelegram atplegrnm atelegramim
telegram from Governor Stokes Stok at atTrenton atTrenton tt ttTrf
Trenton Trf > ntoll stating that so o far f tl no mm appli application appliI apimliemitioii ¬
cation for a reprieve rEprit > ve in the case fI of ofAnn ofAnnt ofniia
Ann niia Valentin under sentence of ofdeath ffd ofdeath
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death d ath for the th murder of ROSH RO < H Salza HI7t
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ANOTHER ANOTH R SLAUGHTER OF HEBREWS HEBREWSFighting HEBREWSFighting
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Fighting In the Streets of Zhitomir Southwestern Russia Russiafor Russiafor Russiafor
for FortyEight F Hours HoursJews Jews Were Armed and andFought andFought andFought
Fought Their Assailants
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gT 1 PETERSBURG May 9 5The The re report nport report
ST port in circulation here last night nightthat tithttlNtt nightthat
that there had been a massacre of ofJews of1e oflews
Jews 1e at Zhitomir government of ofVolhyjila o oVoIhYilla ofVoihymila
Volhyjila southwestern Russia ltlUlfi l is a con confirmed confirn comifirmed ¬
firmed firn in a dlspHlch h to th Novosti Novostiwhich NovoaUwhkh Novostlwhich
which says the rioting began Hn May Iay IayI 7 7and 7and
and continued d for fortyeijcht fortti ht hours hoursOrthodox hour5Orthodox hoursrthodox
Orthodox Christians fell upon the Jews Jewsin J > ws wsin I Iin
I in tin ti streets The Th Jews Jp were armed armedand armedand armedand
and fought their assailants many be being beill helug ¬
lug ill killed or wound wounthd d on both sides sidesPrivate skiesPrivate idesPr
Private Pr atf > dispatches di patdl s from ft Zhitomir Zhitomirattribute Zhitomiraltrihutf Zhitomirattribute
attribute the attack u upon > oii the Jews to toarticles tnarUdp toarliIes
articles in M Kroushevans Krou hpall5 paper paperTwelve paJfrTvehf paperTwelve
Twelve > persons were killed > and fifty
I IAt Lo e Angeie ARg CaL May Xa 9 9It It canie to tolight toJigltt tolight
light today that for a period of many manymonths manymonUts imumnymonths
months past the United States at custom customofficials tu cuetnimimfii1als tom tomofIklals
officials here htr have VP been M n seizing Izin large largeshipments Jt Jgr igeshipments
shipments > nt8 of n Japanese JapAn e goods in this thiscountry thi thiscountry
country otmtr at Port Lot Lo Angeles because becauseof Iw us usof
of attempts on th part Art of the import importers ¬
ers to evade the customs lams and that thatduring th thatduring t
during durin thi this time goods l S valued at many manythousands maltythou manythousands
thousands thou nd5 of dollars don rs have been 11 confis confiscated Onfisted confisrated ¬
rated and are now stored in the cus custom custoni us ustom ¬
tom house and warehouse of this city citylocal eit eitIt cityIt
It had IonS lJt beemi > elt the practice of the theJal thelocal
local < ustorn officials to accept the for foreign foreign forsign ¬
eign invoices Inoic on the goods oods shipped from fromYokohama fromYokohama fromYokohama
Yokohama and other points to dealers dealershere dealershere dealershere
here without requiring appraisers affi affidavits affidalts alPdavlts ¬
davits at the local port but It was final finally finally finally ¬
ly discovered that the Japanese whole wholesalers wholesa wholeasiers ¬
salers sa < rs on the other side were we taking ad advantage advantage ¬
vantage of this laxity and were con conBIDS conBIDS conBIDS
BIDS WILL BE REJECTED REJECTEDModified REJECTEDModified REJECTEDModified
Modified Plans For Panguitch School SchoolLikely SchoolLikely SchoolLikely
Likely LikelySpecial LikelySttedal LikelySeectal
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldYashing1on HeraldWashington
Washington May Iay 9 DThe The Indian of office offiee ofIke ¬
fice has recommended to the secretary secretaryof
of the interior > r that all bids l id submitted submittedfor
for constructing buildings buildi > gs at Panguitch Panguitchbe
be lt rejected a asd S that the pian aJtS for the thenew thenew thenew
new buildings and work to be per er
i had been btt n made to him that it appears appearsthat appearsthat
that th t the courts are still open to her herbut berbut ierbut
I but if that should not be so he will willgive willgivt willgive
give > weighty w tight ighty consideration to the ap application applkation applkstksi ¬
plication to the state department based basedon t d don
on a a request of the Italian ambassador ambassadorthat ambRssadorthat ambassadorthat
that the execution of sentence be post postponed postvoned postpomied ¬
poned The governor stat stated = d further furtherthat furtherthat
that his power pov > r to grant a reprieve was wasonly wasonly as asonl
only onl for a limited time timeXew timeXf thueNew II IIthat
New Xf York May 1 y 9 Gustavo GU ltaY8 Tosti Tostiacting T Tostiacting i itt
acting tt = ng consul general for Italy in New NewYork N I IYork IYork
York today tOfJ said he bad received in infrom inFtnlions histrumtiomis
Ftnlions front his government overnmetltbolh overnmetltbolhfrottl both bothfront
from Rome and an Washington to spendSlWWto spend spemnlIbIIIi pefld1i6
SlWWto 1i6 if necessary e sary in the defense of ofAnna ofAnna ofAismu
Anna Valentina He > declared d < htrf > d that she shehad sheh shehad
had h q not been given a fair trial and that thatthe thattlt thatthe
the tlt < treaty between tf > en Italy and the theTnited therntted theTnlted
Tnited States which hkn guarantees Italian Italiansubjects ItaliKn1ubjf italiansmibjeets
subjects 1ubjf > ts the same n1f consideration as ascitizens asns asI
I citizens > ns of this hi country had been beenviolated beeniolat beenvlolatd
violated iolat Application will be made to tothe tothf totime
the federal f flf1 courts to reiew rf > ifW th case caseMr a alr e eslr
Mr lr Tosti said < hL
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were wounded On Sunday lh the Jews Jewstelegraphed Jewstelegraphed Te Tetlh
telegraphed tlh bZcpJtted to friends rr in St Peters Petersburg PettthillS Petersliiitg ¬
burg to ask the authorities > to take takestrong takestron takestrong
strong stron measures for their urotection urotectiona
a and d orders to that effect w WI wre re sent nt A Arenewal Arenewal Arenewal
renewal of u the lighting was W tS expected expectedtoday expectedtoday
today todayCommenting todayColt1mnt todayCommenting I
Commenting Colt1mnt hIt upon roll this tit is news W the theNovosti tlteXornoti theNoinsti
Novosti remarks upon the coincidence coincidencethat I
that M 1 Kroushevan 1roushf > van the former critter editor editorof
of the Ressarabyetz Rf > F rabetx of Kishineff held heldto h heldto ld ldto
to be responsible r glQn > ible for the massacre ma of ofi4O3
1803 at that place had hardly returned returnedto
to Kishineff and started the publication publicationof
of a nw aper 18 > pe r the Friend before beforeJewish beforeJewish
Jewish J wish massacres commenced in the theneighborhood theneihhorhood
neighborhood
SMUGGLING HAS BEEN EASY FOR FORJAPANESE
j JAPANESE WHOLESALE DEALERS
signing shipments with invoices rep representing rcprf representing ¬
resenting rf > nting about SO 4 per cent ccii of the real realvalue realvalue I Ialue
value of the goods Recently however howevertho howr howeerthe r rtlte
the foroe orer of custom tu to house hllll e ofilrers o ktlf at atthis atthis titthis
this port has been b n largely lar fOb increa increased lwraiedpennitting increasedpermitting < ed edpermitting
permitting a thorough examination to tobe tobe
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be made of each individual shipment shipmentIt
It was then that the invoice Ino fe manipula manipulations manipulations mnsmmipmmlations ¬ I
tions of the dealer was discovered di orcd and andthe aitIthe
the wholesale confiscations ol11i53 tJuntl begun begunOne be lIl1 lIl1of I
One of the largest consignments consignmentsseized consitnmeJttsseizfd
seized was an order ord r billed from Yoko Yokohama Yokohaton Yokohamna ¬
hama to Frank Deardorff of Santa Bar Barbara Barbara Barbara ¬
bara and Which amounted In value to to8OOO
8000 Deardorff resisted r l t the seizure seizureand seizureand seizureand
and brought suit to replevin the goods goodsbut ood oodbut oodbut
but he lost his suit in court and the thegoods thegoods thegoods
goods were ere formally declared d > lared confis confiscated eonfisated confisrated ¬
rated by the government Other large largeshipments largeshipments largeshipments
shipments and many smaller ones alo alohave alohave alohave
have been seized seizedformed seizedformed seizedformed
formed be modified before bids are areagain areagain areagain
again called RlIedfor for The question of colt coivstructlng coltstrucUng constructing
structlng the proposed improvements improvementsfor
for the Panguitch school was compli complicated complicated complicated ¬
cated further today by b the receipt of a aletter afrom aletter
letter from settlers living along the thecreek thecreek thecreek
creek below the school protesting protestingagainst protestinga protestingagainst
against a inst the th construction of a sewer sewersystem sewerstem sewertystem
system stem and against having such a sys system 5 5tem systent ¬
tem empty Into this stream The Thoprotest Th Thprotest
protest was transmitted by Senator SenatorSmodt SenatorSmo SenatOrSmodt
Smodt Smo t and will be given ven consideration considerationmodified n
h lit cOlUte conmitki tion with ltk time preparation or I
modified plaits
STOCK GROWERS GROWERSMEET GROWERSMEET
MEET IN DENVER DENVERFirst
First Annual Convention of the New HewAssociation NewAssociation NewAssociation
Association AssociationRATE AssociationRATE AssociationRATE
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RATE QUESTION TAKEN UP UPUSUAL UPUSUAL UPUSUAL
USUAL ADDRESSES AND RE RESPONSES RESPONSES RESPONSES ¬
SPONSES DELIVERED DELIVEREDENr DELIVEREDDEXVEU DELIVEREDD
ENr ENVEfl R Colo May ay 9 9TM The Amerl Amerlf AmerICRn Amen Amencan
DEXVEU D f can Stock Growers association associationWhich associKtionhidt associatiofiwhich
Which hidt was organized last Jan January JanuaQ Janusr ¬
uary usr by b seceders from the Na National 1atkmal Natktnitl ¬
tional Livestock Llve toek association is hold holdingj boldiat holditm
ingj iat its first annual convention conventionInv
Inv in this t is city Several hundred cat cattlemen ealtlemml eattiemen ¬
tlemen were present at the opening ses session session sesmon ¬
sion in the UI Broadway theatre today tOOa at atwhich Ktwhich atwhich
which addresses of welcome were made madeby madeb madeby
by b Governor Gov rnor Jesse J > sse F McDonald and andJohn andJO andJohn
John JO p W r Springer former president re5ident of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the National Livestock association and andJt
Jt response respolI e by W Y W Y Turney Turne president presidentof
of the Texas Cattle Raisers associa association aseociaion ¬
Hon ion
tionDiscussion Discussion DISolut < ion among the American AmericanStock Americantk AmericanStock
Stock tk Growers Grow > r5 association a iation indicates indicatesthat indicatesthat indicatesthat
that H filiation with the National Live Livestock Liveslk Livestock ¬
stock association a4 ociation is out of the question questionat qU Uon UonAt
at present President J F Hagen Hagenbarth Httgenbitrth Hageimhart
hart of o the th latter association a is in at attendance atteudanee attendatice ¬
tendance at the > convention but the ex executive executive cxetmtIve ¬
ecutive committee of the association a of ofwhich o o1hieh ofahick
which he h is the official head has not as assembled asst assemnbied ¬
sembled st > mbled as anticipated anticipatedThere antiipattdOOThef amitielPittedThere
There > will be no clash at this con convention 011ention convention < ¬
vention said President > nt Hagenbnrth Hagenbnrthtoday Hagenbarthoda ii 4geflbttrtlttoday
today oda Our organization wajits J1ts peace peaceand pe8eand peaceand
and is for everything f that will pro promote rromotc promote ¬
mote harmony harmon among amon the stockmen stockmenWill slockmenWill stockrnenWill
Will Discuss Railway Rates RatesThe RatesTh RatesThe
The Th present prose convention will discus discusways discussvays
ways a s and means of securing rUlng better betterrate betttrratf betterrates I
rate and service en ff from the railroads railroadsand railroadstinti I
and of f fighting n htil1g the alleged combination combinationof n nuf
of f the packers packersSince JakPIsllee lumekersShoe
Since llee tin > organisation of the new as asol asseiatin J Jsocial
social seiatin ol at ion its it president pre lf > nt Conrad Sehae Seliseter ha haffr < i ifor
for has died and in iii advance of the as a aEmbta assenibiage j jsembiage
sembiage Embta f of the convention the mem members members menthers
bers had practically agreed a reed upon the thechoice theho thechoice
choice ho < of Murdo I urdo MacKenzie htf1 > nzie a prom prominent prominent proitiimment ¬
inent Colorado and Texas cattleman to tobe tobe j
be Mr Schaefers successor successorAt successorAt Uf sor sorAt
At the opening opt > nin of the > convention to today todny toility ¬
day Secretary Serta A A E De Ricqles Riql an announced announced n nnouned ¬
nounced the death of President Pr sidlnt Schae Schaefer Schaefer Sehitefer
fer Colonel William E + Hughes of ofDenver ofDenver oflenvec
Denver was wa elected f temporary chair chairman chairmaim hair1M311 ¬
man and Fred P Johnson was as elected electedast electfda8bi electedassistammi
ast a8bi assistammi stant secretary secrctaryWith secretaryWith f trfta 1 1IUI
With IUI President Pr ident F J J J T Hagenbarth and andSecretary andSetret andSecretary
Secretary Setret n J J 1 H Gwinn f7 iJln W V A Harris Harrisof
of Chicago Ch ka go general t nf > rdl manager of o the theNational theNational theNational
National Livestock Ti thwk > association assois hot is iswatching iswatching isivstchiimg
watching the proceedings of the con convention conentioll cmivetitkii ¬
vention ventionWe vetitkiiVe entiollVe
° Ve are here ht > r > to extend the th olive olivebranch ollebnmrh olivebranch
branch to the > American association associationsaid a associationsaid mrxittt ion ionnid
said nid Mr Harris today tm1R 001 We are ar will willing ailllog m mhiS ¬
hiS to make any reasonable concessions concessionsto fn < fiion fiionto
to the new organization or nimtlon and shall be bevery bevery bevery
very glad to have it affiliate with us usOur usOur usOur
Our executive ex cutie committee consists of ten tenmembers tenmembers tenmembers
members seven of whom are stockmen stockmenand stocknwnand stockmenand
and if the American association Hs ociation desires desiresto
to come in we will enlarge the commit committee ommittee ¬
tee and give the new nf > W organization two twomembers twomembers twomembers
membersLANDSLIDE members membersLANDSLIDE
eo eoLANDSLIDE
LANDSLIDE ON THE THESOUTHERN THESQUTHERN THESQUTHERN
SQUTHERN PACIFIC PACIFICKKersfir PACIFICr PACIFICBakersfield
Bakersfield r kfrfil d Cal Cal May 9A 9 landslide landslideoccurred lanisltdfONurref landalkieoccurred
occurred today on th ti TeliachapJ railroad railroadsnide railroadnulf railroadgrale
snide nulf at It t tunnel No o S K The > track is cov covered covfrf coyered ¬
ered for a distance di t tTlf of fifty fift v feet > t with a apile aIHIf apile
pile of earth twelve > feet deep d elt Santa Fr Frfreight F Ffrel Fpfreight
freight frel h train t No o 134 was wa stuck in tin tinslide tifflidfO thepilde
slide lidfO while going l > lng at a moderate rate of ofspeed ofIw ofpeel1
speed speedTh Iw peel1The > t dTh
Th The > engine giue and four cars were derailed derailedIt
It will take several hours to clear up upthe tiptItt uptime
the wreckage and reopen the track trackSouthern trackSoutnorn trackSouthern
Southern Pacific train No No7 7 the morn morning mornIng macrimlag ¬
ing passenger > r from Los Angeles An f les to San SanFrancisco SanFrcnds SanFrancisco
Francisco < o is i delayed at Mojave > and andSanta tndSanta nd ndSlnt
Santa Fe tf passenger psenger train trin No hiS 10 is h being beingheld bBb bBbhpld beingheld
held in il this city cityWEEDING cfy cfyI cityWEEDING
I e e eWEEDING
WEEDING OUT PROCESS PROCESSNew PROCESSN PROCESSNew
New N w York May lay 9 9The The most mo t extra extraordinary extr extrordinary extraordinary ¬
ordinary shakeup In the New York Yorkpolice Yorkpolce Yorkpolice
police polce department in years ers took tok place placetoday plce plcetoday placetoday
today when Commissioner McAdoo lI < Ado an announced announced announced ¬
nounced the retirement retirement of two in inspectors inspelors inspectors ¬
spelors spectors ten captains ptalm and fortyfive fortyfivesergeants fortyfv fortyfvsergeants fortyfivesergeants
sergeants on Oh the ground of physical physicaldisability physcal physcaldisabity phys4caldIsabilIty
disabity disability The inspectors inspecors retired retred are areThomas ar azcThomas
Thomas L L Druhan of Brooklyn Brookl n and andElbert andElbert andElbert
Elbert O Smith of Harlem HarlemBRANDEGEE HarlemBRANDEGEE HarlemBRANDEGEE
BRANDEGEE ELECTED ELECTEDHartford ELECTEDHartford ELECTEDHartford
Hartford Conn May lla 9 9Frank Frank B BJrandegee BBrandegee BBrandegee
Brandegee of New London Lndon member of ofongress orconges ofcongress
congress from the Third Connecticut Connecticutlistrict Connecicut ConnecicutdistrIct Conneetleutdistrict
conges chosen United UnitedItateS UnitedStatesenator
distrIct was today toay Unied UniedStates
States Statesenator senator senato to succeed slccee the lute lat O H Hlatt HPlott IIPlntt
Plott latt by a a majority majorit vote ote In each ech house houseuf hose hoseo
o uf the hQ general genen assembly a embb
STORM BURST BURSTAT BU BURSTAT RST RSTAT
AT MIDNIGHT MIDNIGHTllarguette MIDNIGHTlIquete
llarguette lIquete Kan Swept Away Awy by a aTornado aTordo aTornado
Tornado TornadoTWENTYFOUR Tordo TordoTWENTYFOUR TornadoTWENTYFOUR
TWENTYFOUR KNOWN DEAD DEADSCORES DEADSCORES DEADSCORES
SCORES INJURED INJUREDWIDESPREAD INJUREDWIDESPREADDESTRUCTION INJUREDWIDESPREAD INJUREDWIDESPREADDESTRUCTION WIDESPREAD WIDESPREADDESTRUCTION
DESTRUCTION DESTRUCTIONMARQUETTE DESTRUCTIONMARQUE DESTRUCTIONM
MARQUETTE M ARQUFTTE Kan May 9 9When 9Whendarknes 0Whenlvi When Whendarkness
lvi darkness darknes fell fel upon this stricken strickentown strcken strckentown strickentown
town tonight it was known that thattwentysix thattwenbs thattwentysix
twentysix x lives lves had been lost in the thetornado thetordo thetornado
tornado tordo that wrecked wrecke part of Marquette Marquetteearly Marquetteearly arqueUeerly I
early erly today toay and did much damage damaae in inthis inthis Inthis
this vicinity vicini and that fortyfour per persons persons persons ¬
sons had been ben injured Of the injured injuredthirtyfive injure injuredthirtyfive
thirtyfive tlt five were seriously hurt and andsome amI5me andsome
some 5me of them may die During Durln the day dayCarl dayCar dayCarl
Carl Car Varnquist Yarnquis and Mrs rs J A Carlson Carlsondied Cnrlsondie Carlsomidied
died die of their wounds Several Severl of the theothers theothers theothers
others are suffering sufering from broken limbs limbsand lmbs lmbsand limbsand
and internal internal injuries injuriesThe injuriesThe injuriesThe
The Known Dead DeadGus DeadGus DeadGus
Gus Anderson AndersonTillie Anderon AnderonTiie AndersonTillie
Tillie Tiie EUerson EUersonMrs Elerson ElersonMr EllersonMrs
Mrs Mr A V T Anderson AndersonMrs AndersonMr AndersonMrs
Mrs Mr Elmer Muligren MuligrenBlanche lIulgcn lIulgcnBanhe MuligrenBlanche
Blanche Swltzer SwltzerLena SwIter SwIterLena SwltzerLemma
Lena Switzer SwitzerNina Swizer SwizerNina SwitzerNina
Nina Nina Switzer SwitzerAnna SwitzerAnna SwltzerAnna
Anna Coulson CoulsonJr
Jr L P Nelson wife wie and three children childrenA chidren
A 1 SjoErren Sjgen sr srOlaf srOlaf srOlaf
Olaf Hanson Iam = on and wife wl wifeGottfrled vlfoGottfried
Gottfried Gottried Nelson wife a al and d child childElmer chid chidhr childElmer
Elmer + hr Nelson NelsonMrs NelsonIr NelsonMrs
Mrs Ir Hostler Hoster and child childNina chid chidNina childNina
Nina Roberts RobertsCarl HobcrtsCal RobertsCarl
Carl Cal Wanquist WanquistMrs
Mrs Jr8 J A A Carlson CarlsonClyde CarlsonClyde CarisonClyde
Clyde Norris Norrisv Korrs KorrsSeriously NorrisSeriously
v I Seriously Injured InjuredV
V A Anderson AndersonO
O S Elvin and wife wifeMrs wie wier wifeMrs
Mrs r C McCormick McCormickCharles McCormickCharles tcConick tcConickCharJes
Charles Roberts wife wie and nd three chit children chi chitdren ¬
dren dreni1
drenM
M i1 1 Sjorgen SjorgenMrs SjorgenJr SjorgenMrs
Mrs Jr Berg BergBeata BergBeta BergBeats
Beats Beta Swenson SwensonM
M 1 Coulson and three children childrenSwan chidren chidrenSwan childrenSwan
Swan Hart HartRose HartRoe HartRose
Rose Roe Briton BritonJ Br ol
J 1 A Carlson Carlsn and wife wifeWilliam wlfcmim wifeWilliam
William mim Barkley and wife wifeAnna 1je 1jeAnn wifeAnita
Anna Ann Dittlof DittlofJohn Dittof DittofJohn DittlofJohn
John Dittlof DittlofOlaf Dltof DittlofOlaf
Olaf Carlson CarlsonMrs Carlsn Carlsnrs CarluonMrs
Mrs rs John hn A Carlson CarlsonAndrew Carson CarsonAndre CarisonAndrew
Andrew Peterson Peteron and an wife wifeMrs Wl0 wifeMrs
Mrs Irs Swan Hart face and an arms ans lacer lacerated Iacerated lacerated ¬
ated atedTwo atedTwo I ITvo
Two Orndorff Ondorf sisters arms ans and an chest chestlacerated chestlacerated I
lacerated laceratedMrs lcrated laceratedMrs I Ir
Mrs r Albin Swanson leg le fractured fracturedface frctured frcturedface fracturedface
face and head cut cutCharles cutCharles cutCharles
Charles Saleen collar colar bone boe broken brokenribs brokenribs brokeimribs
ribs fractured frctured serious seriousMrs seriousUrs seriousMrs
Mrs Charles Saleen hip crushed crushe ab abdomen abdomen abdomen ¬
domen punctured serious seriousMrs serous serousr seriousMrs
Mrs r Alquist scalp sclp wound woundCarl woundarl woundCarl
Carl arl Alquist boy by badly bruised bruisedAgnes bruisedAgneS bruisedAgnes
Agnes AgneS Hansen chest crushed in bad badly bd bdI badly ¬
ly I cuL cuLElmer eutElmer cuLElmer
Elmer Carlson Carson arm an fractured fracturedGottfriend frcturw frcturwGotrend fracturedGottfriend
Gottfriend Gotrend Nelsons Nelsns two children childrenbruised ehiden ehidenbrised childrenbruised
bruised brised and ad cut cutMr cutMr
Mr 11 Portier Porter ear cut oft of arm ar broken brokenCharles boe brokenCharles
Charles Chares Roberts wounds about a face facehands fc fctKnds facehands
hands and feet feetJacquet feetTacquet feetJacquet
Jacquet Renius foot hurt hurtA hurt hurtA
A J Anderson Anderon bruised bruise and cut cutAnna cutAnna cutAnna
Anna Anderson Anern hip bruised bruisedMrs bruis bruisedMrs
Mrs r Sam Norris wounde wounded back bck and andhead an andhead
head headlone hed hedlone headlone
lone Saleen Sleen leg bruised and aoi cut cutTwo cutTo cutTac
Two daughters and son sot of Andrew AndrewPeterson AndrewPeteron AndrewPeterson
Peterson Peteron slight slightPopulation slght slghtPopulation slightPopulation
Population in Panic PanicWhen Panichen PanicWhen
When hen daylight broke over toe tl town toWI t tfound tfound
found the entire entre population populatin in a stat state stateof tltt tlttof i iof I
of panic Business was entirely enl I sue MJSpended suepemmded us uspnde
pended pnde and everyone ever onc who 10 escape escnpJ eseapeJ in injury 1 meun ¬
un jury turned his attention attenton toward towa aiding aidingthe ai aidingthe iJb
the wounded woundedTho woundedThe woundedThe
The tornado tora o formed fored three miles mies south southof sutiiof uth uthof
of Marquette Maquete and did not spend its itsforce itsforce ts tsfore
force until unti it had passed many mn miles milesnorth nilesnorth iJ
north of the town In Marquette larqu tt lie lieresidence lieresidence I Ireidence
residence reidence portion orton west of the th man manstreet maJ mnaiistreet
I
street suffered sufered particular prtcular damage damageThe dftmageThe damageThe
The houses in the course coure of tle tornalo tornalowere toralo toraloere tornajoaore
were ere with wih two or three exceptions exceptionscompletely exceptons exceptonseomplelely exccptiwtscompletely
completely wrecked wrke In this U1 section sectionthere secton sectonthere sectionthere
there were a number of modern mden1 resi resid residpJtf restdeuces
d dpJtf deuces > n M > s of which only on1 one the hou3 hou3of hOIBur lmoicof
of R A Thompson Thom on was left stHndiii stHndiiiThe stndln stndlnThe standliurThe
The Swcl1 Swedish Lutheran Luthern and Methodist Methodistchurches Metlmoistehorthes eth t tfhurhf
churches fhurhf were among among the first firt buIl buIlings bu btdllings U Uings
ings struck and they thE together wita wit the theparsonage theJrsOtgf theparsotiage
parsonage adjoining the Motltodist Motltodistchxirch Metho4itchurch Ietbodbtchurch
church JrsOtgf were re completely demolished demolishedStorm demUshc demUshcStorm demolishedStorm
Storm Followed Folowed Hot Day DayYesterday DayYeslerda DayYesterday
Yesterday afternoon afernoon bad been hot hotand hotand hotand
and oppressive the atmosphere atmophere loaded loadedwith loadedith loadedwith
with ith electricity t1trcty Late in the evening eveninga
a terrific ttrif rainstorm rln torm broke over the thetown theton thetoami
town The Th rain rin continued conUnue to fall fal in intorrents in1orr intorrents
1orr torrents < lts until untl 1155 1 last night 1i I1 when the theLornado tte ttetonuut timetornado I
tornado tonuut struck strek Within less than five fiveminutes fve fveminutea fiveminutes
minutes it i had wrought its terrible terriblework terrble terrblework terriblework
work and passed lSset on Telegraph Tel ph and tel telephone t telephone > l ltphone ¬
tphone ephone wires irfOS were carried cie down and it itwas ittS itwas
was tS several syerl hours before the outside outsideworld out8idt out8idtworll outskleworld
worll world could be b apprised of the plight pl ht of ofHie ofthe oftime
the city cty It I WaS not until unti S oclock ocok that thatphysicians thatphsilas thatphysicians
phsilas physicians and surgeons surgens began arriv arriving arriving arrivleg ¬
ing from frm stUTOundini towns In the themeantime thetentnH themneamitinme
meantime tentnH dozens d z < s of willing wiin hands sot sotto netto t tto
to work to clear away aW the debris and andextricate an anxtricate andextricate
extricate the dead and injured The TheSwedish TheSwedish TheSwedish
Swedish Lutheran r uthern parsonage paronRge and sec several secoral eV eVer ¬
oral er l private residences were turned tunle into intotemporary intotemlrary intotemporary
temporary hospitals while whie the dead deadwere dedd deddvere deadwere
were taken to the te store room of Olaf OlafOlson OlafOlsn OlafOlson
Olsn Olson and laid out in rows awaiting awaitingidentification awaitn awaitnidentfcaton awaitingidentification
identfcaton identfcatonDistressing identificationDistressing identification identificationDistressing
Distressing Scenes ScenesJust ScenesJust ScenesJust
Just before bf re daybreak daybrek a representa representative representate ¬
te tive of the Associated Press PrC made the therounds therounds therounds
rounds of the lie different diferent places In one oneioom onesoon
1001 soon in the th Lutheran Luthtmn parsonage anonage he heFound liefound hefOUflI
Found six injured and in il an adjoining adjoiningroom adjoilinr adjoilinrroom adjoimmingtootH
room were wert live lve corpses orp s of persons perns who whobud whoItad whobad
bud died from injuries > s after afer they bad badbeen heulbeen limo limobeemi
been brought brou ht in In half a dozen other otherhouses otherhous otherhouses
hous houses similar il ti r scenes seen were found Dr DrLund Drlunt DrLund
lunt Lund the Lutheran luthfan pastor pstor was wa pass passing laSsing jasslug ¬
ing about among amonb the > suffering sulering minis minislering mini muinisteriimg
lering to their comfort rom fort while bie two scores scoresother scorf scorfot scoresother
ot other ber persons Jtrns working ork In under his direc direction diec diecton direction ¬
ton tion cared < rcd for the injured injure at other otherpoints otherpints otherpoints
pints pointsWhen points pointsWhen
pintsen
When en the missing mls8in in Marquette IaqueUe had badbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been pretty thoroughly accounted for forthe forthe forthe
the searchers serber directed their attention attentionto ftenUon ftenUonto attentionto
to the surrounding surrounding country Soon half halfi halfa
a a i dozen wagonloads of dead and injured injuredliad Injuredhad injuredhad
had been bee brought to the town from the thelistrict thedistrict thedistrict
district adjoining it on the south southMany southMany southMany
Many Narrow Escapes EscapesThe EscapesThe EscapesThe
The sufferers suferer tell of many narrow narow es escapes esspes escapes ¬
capes from death deth lone Saileen the in infant infant infant ¬
fant daughter of Charles Saileen was waslifted waslfed waslifted
lfed lifted in her bed d and carried carIe to the theniddle themiddl themiddle
middle of the street receiving wily oul a aTew afew afew
few scratches scrtehes Saileen and his wife wifewere wifewere wifewere
were dangerously injured injuredThe injuredThe InjuredThe
The mattress upon which the baby baby3aughter bab babdaughter babydaughter
daughter of the Rev Re Smith lay was wasloubled wasdoubled
doubled up in such a manner as to cov covjr covel cower
jr el the child chid and protect protet it i from frm falling fallingLimbers fallingtimbers
Limbers tmbers In spite spie of the destruction destructon of ofLbe ofthe ofthe
the Smith house the entirely entre family es esap escaped escaped
caped ap d uninjured uninjuredMr
Mr and Mrs O S l EHvin were car caried earl carPied
l Pied ied i onr onrtheir on their t er bed e < a jlistance lstane of o 500 feet feetX fcet90ntrnu feettContinue4
X tContinue4 Gbnt 90ntrnu Ft on Page 2 I
PAID PAIDTR1BUTE PAIDTR1BUTETO TRIBUTE TRIBUTETO
TO O OLD NEPTUNE NEPTUNESick
Sick Salt Lakers on the Trip to toCatalina toCataIino toCatalina
Catalina Island IslandSCENES IslandSC IslandSCENES
SCENES SC NES JAND AND INCIDENTS INCIDENTSINVITATION INCIDE INCIDENTSINVITATION TS TSINVITATION
INVITATION TO VISIT SAN SANjFRAN SANjFRANCISCO iFRAN 1FRANClSCO iFRANCISCO
CISCO CISCOSpecial CISCOSpocial ClSCOSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldI HeraldL
I OS ANGELES A GELE S Cal May 9 9Apostle 9L >
1 L L Apostle Senator Reed Smeot Snteotsuddenly rso rsosuddenly 1O 1Osuddenly
suddenly and nd staggered stag ercd d0wa do tIM tIMsteps th thsteps thesteps
steps former Governor Heeer He er M MWells 1 MWells
Wells began to turn pale looked un uncomfortable 1Iat ancomnfortable ¬
comfortable and made a dash for the therail tl theraiL
rail Apostle John Henry Smith Smithstroked SIll SIllstroked Smhhstroked
stroked his whiskers whlsk N twenty t enty times a aminute aminute aminute
minute thirty thlrt then fifty fift and then thenhurried thenhurried thenhurried
hurried to a stateroom where he helay helayflat h lay layflat laylint
flat and began to excommunicate ex mmunicate vari various various wartous ¬
ous things which had started from two twoinside tlteimide tiioinsIde
inside a rebellion against his authority authoritybeing auOtGritybeing authoritybeing
being guilty of all kinds of unchrn unchrntian unclu1Uan unchrltian >
tian like conduct and apostasy apostasyWere apoStasyWere apedtasyWere
Were Nearly All Affected AffectedMembers AffectedMembers AffectedMembers
Members of the Commercial clubioC clubioCSalt club of ofSalt
Salt Lake with several church of officials OlficlalR o oficlals ¬
ficials added t1 > were taking ta1cin an excursion excursionto ecurWt ecurWtto
to Santa Catalina Island tl n the Ban Banning Banning Binning ¬
ning steamship Cabrilto The sea was wasrougher Wallrou wasrougher
rougher rou el than it has uus been for two twomonths twomonths twomimonthis
months Eighty J per cent of the citi citizens elUzeus citisemis ¬
zeus from the t Pennsylvania Ptlln ylvania oC U Uwest Ute Utewest thewest
west were ere having havjn arguments with withtheir wttktheir whittheir
their internal organisms and were ere be being be behlt beleg ¬
leg vanquished Then were bets b MI MIas liP liPas upas >
as to who would be the sickest siekt > st The Thegeneral Thege1teral Thegeheral
general opinion was as that tlat Smoot won wonHe WOIIHe wonHe
He lay on a seat groaned and cast out outdevils outdevils outdevils
devils from his interior during the theentire UteenUre theentire
entire trip each way ay The lengthened lengthenedcorners e lengthenedcorners t ecl eclcorners
corners of his mouth n nmde ade each sld sldof kle kleof itieof
of his moustache look a foot long Hi Hiwife Hils Hilswife B Bwife
wife showed her faithfulness faithfuin by trying tryingto
to be as sick as he was wasWells wasWells wasWells
Wells in Bad Shape ShapeFormer ShapeFormer ShapeFormer
Former Governor Gov Govern > rn r Wells eUs reversed rev 1MCl 1MClcourse his hiscourse hiscourse
course breakfast Once Adjutant Gen General GeIIeraI Geeeral ¬
eral C S Burton tried to be a soldier aotdferHe soldierHe aeldierHe
He put on on n the set expression exprE ion of a man manwho manwho manwho
who was facing faein all dangers angers and ad then thenfaced theftfaced theafaced
faced the sea Fire Chief W y H By Bywater Bywater Bywater
water declares he had an explosive exploetvepressure explO8tYepressure explosivepressure
pressure which would ould beat any hy hydrant Jtydrnnt bydrant ¬
drant in Salt Lake He was sorry h hhad Jte Jtehad hehad
had not been convicted of murder so sohe S She 54 54lie
he could be executed promptly promptlyLooked prompUyLooked promptlyLooked
Looked Like ike a Corpse CorpseJ
J 3 G McDonald was laid out in a aberth aberth aberth
berth as a corpse his hi chalky color con convincing conYineinS conwincing ¬
wincing everybody that he had passed passedaway NUISedaway passedaway
away Dr R J Hyatt the weather weathermagnate weathermagnate weathermagnate
magnate stopped taking taktn observations observationsfrom oblervationsfrom observationsfront
from the sky sk and turned his attention attentionIn
In the opposite direction dir eUon Councilman CouncilmanThomas COtItICfbnaaThomas CoupcflmaaThomas
Thomas Hobday called up under son suspension 5 5pension sonpension ¬
pension of the rules everything that thathad t1aathad thathad
had ever been before the municipal municlpa1body municipalbody municipalbody
body George T Odell says after afterward aftetward afterward ¬
ward Whatever I did I did as asgentleman a a agentleman agentleman
gentleman in the seclusion of my mystateroom IIYstateroom mystateroom
stateroom Councilman A J Davis Dmrfeordered DaTiBordered Davisordered
ordered a cocktail to settle his stomach stomachThe st stThe stoaeIiThe
The result was sudden and effective effectiveGovernor elCeetivGovernor effectiveGovernor
Governor J C Cutler grew paler palerpaler sad aatipaler sadpaler
paler but he stuck it out Apostle ApostleGeorge Ap8t1eGeorge ApostleGeorge
George A Smith receiver of of the MUM MUMoffice landdues 1 1office
office gave 8e sea seallsh fish and company pany aclaim a quit quitclaim Iftiitclaim
claim deed to everything everythingSlightly fertblugSlightly everythingSlightly
Slightly Sarcastic SarcasticW
W P Read 8d > superintendent of rail railway raHwa rahiway ¬
way wa service for the tb Utah Licht LlimtRailway fe kRaila < feRailway
Railway Raila company was in throes c cagon ofagony f fagony
agony agon when a delegation waited en enhim M1him enhim
him The spokesman told him they theywished tJtevwished theyWished
wished to tender thanks for they wer werpatrons W Wptltrons were werepatrons
patrons of the First street car Hoe Hoeand JIaeand flueamid
and had thereby thereb been rendered reatdel6mune Im Immune 1 1amuse ¬
mune from seasickness selt5 ekness Judge J E F FColborn FColborn FColborui
Colborn meditated n 1itat > I aloud 01 thus co cowish I Iwish 1wigh
wish I could be spared until I eettM eettMreach eeMialreMch eesddreach
reach a place where I could drink and andeat uMIeat nd ndeat
eat without fear of successful con contradiction COIItradiclion contrad ¬
tradiction trad iction
tradiclionOne
One Good Stomach StomachCounty StomachConnt StomachCounty
County Connt Commissioner Commi ner E D Milter
reached the th extreme of temporary pope
Jaity larity by visiting Vi5fU each of the sufferers
hhn himself lf happy ha lty in n a stomach I which baA haAwithstood 1IIIwlwitMtf baAWithstOOlt
withstood witMtf Of1 > all temirtatfomc and xfviiMC xfviiMCslfmtine IIr IIrJloltlinJ gfqhsgloatiime
slfmtine advice F J Gustin Gn tin liv lived d up p to
his is nickname lI knamr of Gloomy Gus William
iKleheart managed mana MI by Determination I Ieterminatbm tf > rminatinn to t
keep it down 00 THt ltpIi M M I Lippnwn remained remainedon
on land William M RoylaDCe R yanc WMB WH8vised ad advised s41vised ¬
vised by a healthy wit to it lay on band bandas Imr4sas rMl rMlflS
as a cure < Ho n was physically ph ical1y unable to
lay hands on the advisor A H Snow
boasted and then had the sudden fall fallwhich fallwhkh failwhich
which follows f pride Assistant City
Treasurer George H Wood cashed in inevery IneverythinG Ineverything
every everythinG everythinGHarris everythingHarris thine thineHarris
Harris Was Courteous CourteousFisher CourteousF CourteousFisher
Fisher F her S Harris rose r and started with wl withdignity l
dignity down the line A man had t teffrontery tJt tJteffrontery U Ueffrontery
effrontery to stop him and ask for a acigarette acigarette
cigarette Remembering R > membt > rtnr his long One 9f
Virginian ancestry Mr Ir Harris with WithStl WithStlrente su supreme soPreme ¬
preme > rente effort managed man ed to be cowteew cowteewPainfully courteonoPainfully tR tRPainfuny
Painfully he handed out the eij cigarfUe cigarfUea cigrttcawaited rftte rftteawaited
a awaited aitetl the return of o the case case and then
disapltf disapwared disap > > eared d with a rush rushAssistant rushtsistant
Assistant City Cit Attorney W II 1 Braised Bramclsought Bnultcltlght Braisedsought
sought tlght an opinion from the sailors as ato atohow to tobow tobow
bow to win in With difficulty he managed managedto
to follow the advice successfully succee lully An Anedifying Anf Anedifying
edifying f sight was w that of a colored per porter Ortr perter ¬
ter following followin Governor Wells Ils with th a me meAnd mop
And thus it went But the sickest 3iek safe safethey SRd SRdthey us usthey
they were glad 1ad they th y took the trip tripPleasant triPPleasant tripPleasant
Pleasant Time on the Island IslandThe IslandThe IslandThe
The party left I ft Ios Angeles A over the thaSalt U8Salt theSalt
Salt Lake Route at S5 SW a m At San SanPedro SanPedro SenPedro
Pedro they were f re met by representatives representativesof
of th UtP lie San Pedro chamber of commerce commerceA eotIMIt eoinantrcsA ree reeA
A committee of the men from San Pedro Pedrowent Petlrowent Pedrowent
went to the Cabrillo but the majority majoritywere majbrUywere mnaJbiitywere
were on an oceangoing tug tu which car carried carried earned ¬
ried a band The tug escorted the ex excursion excursion cxcuralon ¬
cursion steamer stf > R r to the mouth of the bar 1uIrbor barbor nar narhor
bor Cheers Chef > rs were echoed back and f rth rthbetween th thhetwten thbetween
between the boats At Catalina the ex excursionists excursionists oxcursionists ¬
cursionists flashed back messages me Iage over overthe overthe overthe
the wireless wlrf > ss telegraph tew rapb watched the seals sealsate BUlsate sealsate
ate at the Hotel Mctropote studied tb tbmarine t tmarine the themarine
marine gardens 1arfIf > ns through glassbottomed glassbottomedboats 1aa1bottomedboats
boats watched wdtdl I the flying fish and other othersea ot othersea r rSR
sea wonders bought souvenirs and rested restedOn restedOn restedOn
On the return rt > tum trip I Los < os Angeles An fIJes was wasreached wasreselmed a arached
reached at K 6t 15 5 p m B 1 F Jf Bauer anti amiGeorge alMlGt antiGeorge
Gt George > orgr T OdeH Od 1J took the tll lie 7W v w train trainover trainovcr traMover
over the Salt Lake Route for home homemeeting A Ameeting Amtt
mtt meeting > ting of tins th Commercial club was hei held heItat heldat l lnt
at the Anpelus during dunn the evening to con consider CCNskIr ensskier ¬
skier the following invitation invitationInvitation invitationInvitation invItationinvitation
Invitation to San Francisco FranciscoSan
San s Franciseo 1rant FnmtneiseeTh IfnTh To Mr Fisher S TAr TArrls l flkrrls I Irbi
rls Care < ar Commercial Club headquarters HeadquHrtorsLos
Los Angeles The commercial bodies ftt fttSan ofSan f fSan
San Francisco Frand o extend a cordial invitation invitationto
to the th Salt Lake Commercial club to vMt vMtSan vtStIll 1IIt 1IItSan
San Francisco while they are ft in the state atAtenf tat tati
nf i f California CalifQrnlaA A S Barbero PreuMunt PreuMuntManufacturers P Pred4eetMann t tManufacturern
Mann Manufacturers facturers and Producers Produ e Aw Aocta Aoctalion ssociation cia ciation
tion George A NewhmU President Pre id6nt Chain Chamber CbaMbel Chainher ¬
her of Commerce A A Walking atkins Presi President Pr Prdf Prmldent ¬
df dent > nt San Francisco Board ef Tra TraTlie Trade TradeTime >
The following committee was appointed appointedto
to investigate > the th matter and report to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow night J K j Saine John S SBransford SBransfocd SBransford
Bransford and Dr W F 1 Beer Beercommittee fte imeommittee ftecommitttC
committee met J1tf t later and decided to re report re reOrt meport ¬
port against 8 inst the trip the reason bctar bctarthat bellIfCthat balugthat
that the club members mber are the guests of ofSenator orSenator ofSenator
Senator W A Clark and the Salt Lake LakRoute LRkoRoute LakeRoute
Route and that they desire thus t to re remain remPiin remain ¬
main mPiinTh mainThe mainThe
The Th programme for tomorrow has as asits asits asits
its feature a trip to Mount Low IA The Theexcursionists Tbeexcursionilfts Theexcursionists
excursionists will return over tae Salt SaltLake SanLake SaltLake
Lake Route according accordfn to their own w con convenience ceftVenlence convenlence ¬
Venlence VenlenceELEVEN venlenceELEVEN venienceELEVEN
ELEVEN WOMEN WOM EN DROWNED DROWNEDVienna DROWN DROWNEDVienna ED EDVienna
Vienna May a 9 DIt It te reported from fromSzatmar fromSZatmRr fromSzatmar
Szatmar Hungary that a row ro boat boatcontaining bOatcnut bOatcontaining
cnut containing htin fourteen peasants was c cap capsized capzdz5ci > p psiztd
sized white hIie Ue crossing cros ing the river rivetdl yeBfer yeBferdn yhttiny
dn tiny with the t h result Jc ult the thatM thatven tfliftven 1l1ICYlsn 1l1ICYlsnwern foman tyjaenwcie fomanwere
were wcie drowned drow Qd v rt i dfli

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