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I 2 V V V THE SALT sA2iT LAKE HERALD FRIDAYJL FRIDAY JTXE 2 1903
INCREASES INCREASESSTOCK STOCK sio I
18000 18 000 TIMES TIMESSeaboard TI rf1 ES ESSeabo
Seaboard Seabo d Company Makes Its Capi Capitalization Capitalization Capitalization
talization 72000000 72000000ACCIDENT 72000000ACCIDENT 72000000ACCIDENT
ACCIDENT ON LAGOON LINE LINENORTHERN LINEJ LINEJNORTHERN LINENORThERN
NORTHERN ANNOUNCES A NEW NEWPASSENGER NEWPASSENGER NEWPASSENGER
PASSENGER TARIFF TARIFFTrenton TARIFFTrentOR TARIFFTrenton
Trenton X J June 1 IThe The Seaboard Seaboardc Rrdlmpany
c C jmpany flied a certificate with the see seer seertary
r rtary tary of state lat late today increasing its itsc itspitlll Itsipitsi
c ipital stock from 4 4 4100 to 72099309 or ort ort ort
t iis us amount JISM98W iW900 being bei first prefer preferred prrerred prerred ¬
red stock JtSW9W second se preferred preferredrtoik preerrec1Etfck preferredF
rtoik F and 3iOOtIfJ SS 0 J common commonThe commonThe commonV
V The increase was decided upon at a aMeeting ar1feUng aTleetlng
Meeting of directors of the company heW heWtoday hcldtday heldtnday
today at Jersey City The company was wasi wasriginHy
i riginally Incorporated May 15 i 1865 to tomanufacture toIuanutacture tomanufacture
manufacture buy well n mortgage and andotherwise andel
otherwise el e dispose dls of rolling stock and amiaro andNhf andcther
Nhf r rallvuay equipment The ouicers ouicersJr oweersjr4V
aro Jr Thomas Achenbarh president Wit William Wit1iam VU VUliam ¬
liam Blanton vice ICO president ident John C Cc Cuimb Cuimby
c uimby uimb secretary JMIeto tarY and treasurer treasurerWILL t treasurerWILL ca urer urerWILL
WILL SHIP TO SALT LAKE LAKEMoab LAKEMoab LAKEMoab
Moab Growers to Patronize Green GreenRiver GreenRiver GreenV
V River Steamboat Line LineAccording LineACOMtllnJ LineAcoordIw
According to President J J Luraeden Luraedenof Lumt den dentM
of tit tM GreenGrand Navigation cora coraity com41y cornV
V ity 41y Y S Slt it Lake is to be the objective objectivernmt objectiverrqnt objectiverint
rnmt ot shippers sb in the Moan district districtwho districtS
S who hQ have contracted with th the company companyt
t > handle large shipments S1IP of frUIt this thisi thisacon thissaon
saon acon President ullftlJdcn and Captain CaptainW
i W V Anderson on of the City CIt ot Mwib Mwibke hbI
t4 I ke kfd < l interestingly to General Passes Pawenr en
11 r Agent gent I A A Benton of f the DA D J R Ri H He Bdistiug
S
i during the letters visit to Denver DenverPr Denvertnis
til tnis week weekPrflflMlent weekPrdent
Pr PrflflMlent Ment Lumsden says that at the ther theJsent
r Jsent sent time there is an obstruction in intrv tnth Int1i
S trv Green river about five miles above abovethe abovethl abovetLe
the Junction which prevents the opera operatln operat1 operat
tln t of the boat through to Moab This Thisobstruction Thishstruction ThIsViStrsCtJ
obstruction ViStrsCtJ ft however does not prevent preventthe
the operation of the boat between Green GreenRiver GreenRvpr GreenBtver
River and nd the cataract on the Colorado Coloradoriver ColoradOrnpr Coloradoriver
river and within thirty days it will be bepossible berlssible beTssibIe
possible to operate the boat through to tolt toI toThe
lt I ab abrbe b bThe
The boat has ten state rooms for the thenrommodation thel
nrommodation l of toarista The trip to toi
i cataracts and return can be mad madeI
1 I four days this allowing ample oppor oppor1mity opporI
1 1mity iTiity jty for stopping along the route to see seetv seel
V tv l If Cliff Dweller remains which are here herel heregr4at
I V l great numbers and at other interest interesting interest1g interest1V ¬
ing 1V g points The scenery for the entire entiredistance enUreUHance entiredistance
distance UHance is said to be magnificent walls wallsf
rf f the I he canyons in many places rising to a aj aT ar
j rvendienlar rrf > ndicular height of from one to three threet threeUiousand
t iionsand feet
V The company contemplates estabmnmft
ft hotel at a point not yet et determined determineT determinedfor
< T for the accommodation of tourists and andexcursionists andntClJrslonists andcxrursionlsts
excursionists The hotel will probably be beill b6h1 be1iIt
h1 1iIt > ill lt before ore the close of the present pre ent sea seats Maf1I seaem ¬
ts f1I in The navigation navi ation of the river is not notattended notfit notVV
VV attended fit lpuded with the slightest danger as the thevirrent UteCrrnt theurrent
virrent does not exceed three mites an anJionr altAfter
Jionr JionrAfter 111After
After entering the canyon at a point pointrpproximately pointfproxlmately pointzpproxlmately
rpproximately twentyfive miles south or oTir orn orM or4rten
4rten ir en n River th the boat t does not emerge emergenittil emergetitll
nittil Mesh M js is reached In I addition eern eernt11r1St to the thetourist thetrurist
tourist and excursion travel which it is isexpected isfPfCtfd isV isfpfctnd
expected will patronise the boat it is the theintention thetntf theV
V
V intention tntf > ntion of the proprietors to tohandle handle the theimmense theimmense theV
V immense fruit shipments from Moab to toGreen tocrt toGrcn
Green crt > n River thence by rail for Denver Denverni
ni iI1 < l Salt Lake markets marketsWere marktgWre marketsWere
Were it not for the he bout these t shift shiftTrtnts ahlRnutl shi4V
V Trtnts Ti LIats could not be made as the pears pearsffMbes pear pearV pearplums rS rSbftc
V ffMbes bftc plums apricots etc eo could M not notEland notItand notV notetud
Eland th tm heavy wagon haul from Moab Moabtn
V tn t Thompson a distance of about twenty twentymilwi twentymll twentyr1es
milwi mll The boat recently rec mth made her maid maidti maidtrio maidtrip
ti trip and had It not b bf been en n for the > ob obsTtirtioii obftrllfUOn ohIrbltio
sTtirtioii in the Green river referred to toTMiM tollld tov
TMiM v llld have reachM Mesh where the citi citizens cilifII ciiii ¬
i Zeus fII had arranged arrang for a celebration celebrationThe
The City it of f Moab is fiftyfive > feet feetJOIIR fPetOtlJ feetThng
JOIIR OtlJ nineteen nllMt n feet deck k beam has two twoderive t1OdfkM twoT
T derive and can handle from fifty to sixty sixtytons sixl sixltlI1S
tons of freight And from fifty to sixty sixtypassengers slxt slxtpaslI sixtypassengers
passengers paslI t rs It is operated PEnlt by a gasoline gasolinemarine gaIIOUnemarllM gasolinemarine
marine engine of ahorse hone power and tK tKramble jginablfO isVtrable
ramble of making from twelve to fifteen fifteenmiles fifteenhour I
miles per hour Th T The cabin and state statert statercorn statertom
rt rcorn om aooommodations are first cia class cIatICOLLISION classCOLLISION 8 8COLLISION
COLLISION HEAD ON ONAccident ONAccicfent ONV ONAccident
V
Accident Accicfent on Lagoon Line in Which WhichNo WhichNo VhichNo
No One Was Injured InjuredAn
An n accident d40nt In which hlch neither Bf itMr posses passenRprs pasnIlrs possesgcrs
Rprs nor equipment mere n injured occurred occurredj occurrfdthout occurredahniit
j thout 1 > ont 4 oclock < k yesterday YfStfd y afternoon on onthe Oftt eatthc
the t h Lagoon La n Hw near the Salt Lake Mill Millins Millhg 11I 11Iilg
ins companys property North Salt Lake LakeAn TAkft
An t l engine f which had broken a siderod siderodwriter 8fMIOfftrl
writer I trl r in the day was wa being bfoln taken to tothe tot totJc
the t Oregon Short Line > yaa yard anJ when it itmllMed itcnHkttd itnljj
mllMed nljj Head on with a passenger train traincomfnc trainnmfn trainVfln1flg
comfnc Vfln1flg < in from the resort resortNeither NSortf resortNeither
Neither f ither of the locomotives was as thrown throwncMIy thrownV
V erm m the track and t th rs w wml waro warooly
cMIy ml slightly htly jarred Th accident pre preKiimaWy p pR1mabtr proL
L KiimaWy R1mabtr was v due to carelessness ar ness on the the3art theJ thepart
part J irt of 0 the driver of the > light t engine enginer e ne ner
r r not taklnc takh into account the run rnn7injr nJntnJ runt
t 7injr fl schedule of the Lagoon passenger passengertrain passensertratn passengertrain
train trainVV
THREE CENTS CEN S A MILE MILEObservance MILEObservance MILEObservance
VV
Observance of New Law by Great GreatNorthern GreatNorthern GreatNorthern
Northern May Prove Annoying AnnoyingSt
St Pawl June 1 IAn An observance o rva of the thelaw the1a thelaw
law 1a so rigid d that it may prove more or orV r r1ss I IJ
J 1ss V < annoying aDlIOyl is announced M OU fd by the Great GreatNorthern GreatrttMorn GreatV
V Northern rttMorn rtbers road In issuing uln its now pas pasfcrger patlFPger poeI
I fcrger tariff for the state of Washing Washlngtn
tn An act t rerutotin lAtJJIIIt passenger > r rates ratesstrictly rat ratessrictly I IsrricUr
strictly will ill to o bite int effect In that state stalfTi
11 Ti June 9 Thereafter accordingly the theits tilerat therat
rat Northern will oeIJat 3 3V
V its a mile from every ev ry passenger JNui enJfr No Noi Xounies NoVlIfl
i VlIfl nnies will m be added or deducted dedU < ted after afterthe afterth aftertht
the th > usual fashtoH to make the rate end endmultiples ndmultiple endmultiples
multiples of cents nt Moreover tae taefi Utet1me thesiron
fi t1me Tne rate will be charged by b conductors conductorsi
cia i trains as by agents ent at stations and ande andthc
t thc hr e ctMtomary eo W cents penalty or over overg overace overazge
ace g will not be demanded by the con conlijftor COItltor conVI
lijftor lijftorTour VI ltor ltorrOde ter terFour
Tour days before the law becomes ef efexcept eft ofV
V V t the all pa except exCf > pC tho those Issued te teNorthern t8fmployes totmployes
fmployes will be withdrawn by the G Great Greatorthern t tottberJ
Northern in Washington There is eve even
a 8 rumor that the restriction or f PasSeS JSSeswtll PasSeSwill j jwill
will be enforced throughout the two t ttfrm tjpf tjpftermn V Vterms
terms of the Great Northern sad 1UIdfJ1e 1UIdfJ1eNorthern the theNorthern meNorthern
Northern Pacific reads readsCHANGES V VCHANGESJUNEi d
1 CHANGES CHANGESJUNEi CHANGESJUNEiAppoiptments JUNE 1 1Appointments i it iAppointments
t
Appointments and promotf Promotions ns in incalRaHroad Lo LocalRailroad L LcalRailroad
calRailroad Offices OfficesGeorge OfficesGeorge OfficesGeorge
George A i Hawkes for ten D years trav traveMHg traveH traYeflag
eMHg eH freight fret ht and livestock agent for the theDenver theDenver theDenver
Denver I Rio Grande has gone over to tothe totlte tothe
the Oregon Or n Short Line in a similar I rnllar ca capacity eatt enPaclty ¬
pacity tt cltr Mr Hawkes will leek le k after afterfreight att8liretaht afterfreight
freight and livestock Jlv tock business for the thetana thcOregon theOregon
Oregon Short Line In I Utah Jdafto Mon Montkna In Intan
tan Nevada and an eastern California He Heentered lieentered
entered the service of th the Rio Grande Grandefifteen Grandefifteen Grandefifteen
fifteen years ago serving in different differentcapacities diff 41f forest forestcapacities rent renteapaclUeil
capacities untfl appointed traveling travelingfreight trav tveftngfreight ftg ftgfreight
freight agent ag nt in 1W3 J He Helert left last night nightfor nightfor nightfor
for Nevada NevadaOther XevadaOther NevadaOther
Other changes were announced yester yesterday y yesterday ter terda ¬
day da by the Short Line and the Salt Lake Lakeroute Litkeroute Lakeroute
route Clyde Simmons heretofore on onnight onnl onnight
night nl ht duty at the Oregon Short Line Linedftpot Iiltedepot Linedepot
depot ticket office succeeds W A How Howard Howard Howard ¬
ard at the counter the latter leaving 14 lirIR for forthe forthe forthe
the east eastH eastH eastH
H H Twining Twlnin of the passenger pasfl er de department dt8rtment dep ¬
partment p rtmeut Salt Lake route ha haM been beentransferred bf beentransferred n ntransferred
transferred to the freight department departmentand departmentand
and ie l succeeded eeded by 1 I 5L M Walton aldon for formerly fermerly forinerly ¬
merly at Phoenix Arhc ArhcWANTS AmWANTS ArIzWANTS
WANTS LINE TO COAST COASTRock COASTRock COASTRock
Rock Island Said to Be at Bottom of ofRecent ofRecent ofRecent
Recent El Paso Deals DealsLes Dealssa DealsLee
Lee Angeles A Cal June 1 LThc Tbe limes lamessays limessays Jn Jnland
ESinllio llio lliour hT O
says sa The ESin intention ur of the Rock Is Island Isisis ¬
land to secure a through line to the coast coastand COMStand coastand
and a terminal at I los < oe Angeles is believed believedby believedby believedby
by local l railway strategists to be at the tbebottom theboUom thebottom
bottom of o the recent mysterious mslf > OOus acquisi acquisition MqUlsftlOII sequislthan ¬
than of the El Paso Northeastern Xorthf astern > and andits tOOIU statits <
its consolidation con with their > property rty the theKl UteEI thert
Kl Paso p Southwestern by the Phelps PheltDodge Phf PhelpsDodge > hllS hllSDodge
Dodge interests who are believed belle fd simply simplyto
to lie the agents and representatives reJJrfSf > ftlatttS IJf IJfth ofth rf rfthe
the th Rock Island In tbe initiative inithlti move mo on onthe onthe onthe
the part of o that system y tf lft to MJ uh h its j w WJI WJIDie80 wsy wsyinto y yinto
into San Sa Diego and from thence to Los LosAngelea 1PsU LosAngeIes
Angelea
U P Must Cut Rate RateTopeka RateTopeka RateTopeka
Topeka Kan Tune 1 1The The boarI boar1railroad 0 0railroad ofrailroad
railroad commissioners COIII ione issued an order ordertoday ortlr1t ortlertoday
today 1t y mnitritte the Iwton PavMV rail railroad rallJOIId railroad ¬
road to reduce Hs rates on grain fr rose rosehapman tn tnCbaplnftn > Ti TiChapman
Chapman to Kansas Ka 8as City The order nr r < kr fk fk11t eleelates f fclares
elates 11t that th Ute jJ ITnion Pni Ht Pacific na ms msguilty bc ixTJI ixTJInty fi figxiilty
guilty nty oC discriminating in grain n rat ratBuckley raten ratenBuckley s sBuckley
Buckley Cucceeds OBrien OBrienPortland OBriePortland OBrienPortland
Portland June 1 LM M J 1 Buckley u klf was wastoday WAgtOday wastoday
today appointed general eneral superintenrteat sUiWrint ltt of oftbe ofthe
the 11 Oregon Railroad A Navigation oem oempany COIftpan covepatty
patty pan to succeed 51 J P OBrien O Brien > n wbo ho be became bfocamf became ¬
came general eDf > ral manager > r of the Harrtmaa Harrtmaalines HarrtnNUt11HS larrtmanhues
lines in the northwest when B A Worth orth
ington resigned resignedRailroad r resignedRailroad
Railroad Notes NotesThe NotesThe NotesThe
The BarnumBailey circus rcU5 will use the theDenver UteftVfr theDenver
Denver ftVfr Rio Grande lines through thr h Utah TJtahtbe Utahthe Vtkthe
the last week vtf > k of July JulyAdvices JulyAcivires ltlbAtlvices
Advices at the Short Line office DC Jn Jndicate Indlcate Jndicate
dicate that work is i bein 1M being ln rushed nlS on iw iwprovements iIRroveJnents improvements
provements roveJnents an th the Ptn PK1tello atello shop A Ai Al A Alarge
i large l trge < car e r shop and an inspection Ins ttMt ttMtare house houseare houseI
I are to be erected d The > roundhouses at atLima AtI atLimat
Lima Glenns GInn 1Vrry r and MontpeHer are arereceiving arerrivnl arereceiving
I receiving rrivnl general repairs
Four prices for dancers at Lagoon LagoonFriday LagoonFriday LagoonFriday
Friday night nightTWO nightTWO
e CI CITWO
TWO INJURED VICTIMS VICTIMSTAKEN VICTIMSTAKEN VICTIMSTAKEN
TAKEN FROM TUNNEL TUNNELMont TUNNELMontroee
Mont ontrOM row Colo Juno un uno 1 1After After lying lyinghelpteae 1inJhelple8ll lyinghelpless
helpless for more than fortyeight hours hoursfast hoursfast hoursfast
fast benettth a heap of timbers carried carrieddown carrieddown d ddown
down by the qavein in the > Ctannison tun tunnel tunno ¬
nel no Tuesday morning Benjamin Taylor Taylorand Taylorand Taylorand
and Fred Gross were extricated from fromtheir fromtbir fromtheir
their perilous position by rescuer today todayGross todayGross todayGansa
Gross is in a critical condition Another Anotherdead AnoUwrdfOat Anotherdoss
dead body that of Herman Ackerman ot otDenver o oDenver OtDenver
Denver was as found today toda making six sixdeaths ix ixdtath8 txdeaths
deaths due to the disaster d ter Workmen are aredining aretli aredigging
dining tli l ng away the soft ft mud and other otherbodies otherma otherbodea
bodies bodea may ma be encountered encounteredWILD encounteredWILD
e c
WILD RUMORS AFLOAT AFLOATSt
+ St Petersburg Petersbtllg June TU 2 2i 3S a amThere amThere +
i + m mThere There ar a = various CUIOUS rumors rumorsf rumorsalIoat rumorsafioat +
+ f afloat in the city that the em emperor t111peror emperor +
+ peror is dead having either co com committed rossInitted n nf +
+ f initted suicide or beds assassin assasnint L4SL dn dnatfdThe + V Vated
+ t at atfdThe ated d The rumors are untrue untruef I untrueParis n trYf trYfParis +
+ f +
+ f Paris June 2 The rumor front frontSt fronSt + t tSt
+ St P Pofter9burg tenurg of the death of the theemptror theemperor +
4 + emperor is reproduced in ail the thenewspapers tbfne thenewspapers > +
+ newspapers ne rs this morning morni The Therumor + f ft
+ t 5 rumor was strongly denied by the tbeRussian tlteRUtlSian theRussian +
+ Russian embassy embassyBurnetts embassyV + f fBurnetts
+ +
+ + + + + + + + + +
V
Burnetts Vanilla Extract Extracthas Extracthas Extractbaa V
has outlived criticism It w the finest finestvanilla f1Aesta8111 uleestvanilla
vanilla extract that ran < an be bought bmujphtINJUNCTION boughtINJUNCT1ON bt btCD
CD II IIINJUNCTION
INJUNCTION GRANTED GRANTEDCincinnati GRAN GRANTEDCincinnati ED EDCincinnati
Cincinnati June 1 1rnited lnited States Judge JudgeThompson J1Id JudgeThompaon e eTh
Thompson Th mltJllOn < today issued 111d a temporary in inI Injnnr Injuinrtion
I junction jnnr on forbidding William Illtam and Amanda AmandaStichienoth AmandaSticbltfloth AntandsStichtonoth
Stichienoth from disposing of certain certainmemormnd Cfrtainm certsAnmemoranda
memoranda m nrontnda in the T I I Hiiv lJrJoctr I r matter matterthe matterthe matterthe
the proceeding p ing being institute by Irwin IrwlnGreen IrwinG IrwinGreen
Green G n A Co of Chicago wbo have a aIjudgjipt Iljudg ajudgzet
Ijudgjipt judg t for nearly nfarl fIOOOOfI leeoofl against Har Harper HarJ ¬
per J er in connection with the wh wheat at deal dealwhich d1which dealwhich
which resulted in the wrecking of the old oldFidelity oldldeIlty ohFidelity
Fidelity National bank bankYELLOWSTONE bankYELLOWSTONE bankYELLOWSTONE
YELLOWSTONE PARK OPEN OPENLivingston OPENLivin OPENLivingston
Livingston Livin ton Mont June 1 IThe The Na National Xational Natlonal ¬
tional park season ason opened today with withan vithan withan
an unusual hirg > number of tourists on onhand onhand onband
hand to make the th rounds through R Yl Ylk Y YylIowatofu j
k Iwpark Iowatofu > wsiofte park pai The Northern Northern1ut Pacttic Pactticput
put on a a double train service over OYfrPark the thepark tlepark
park branch today Never before in hithe inthe inthe
the history r ftf f the > park has the > out
i look be been so good oo for a heavy travel travelSTART travel travelSTART travelSTART
START WITH A DIME DIMEAnd DIMEAnd DIMEAnd
And open a savings account with us usSmall usE11 usiuaII
Small and large accounts are welcomed welcomedalike welcomedtdlke welcomedalike
alike alikeSALT tdlkeSALT alikeSALT
SALT LAKE SECURITY TRUST TRUSTCO TReSTco TRUSTCO
CO Security and Trust Building BuildingEXCURSION BuildingEXCURSION
9 9EXCURSION
EXCURSION TO NORTHERN NORTHERNPOINTS NORTHERNPOINTS NORTHERNP01
POINTS POINTSJune POINTSJ P01 NTS NTSJune
June J UDe It 1 via ia Oregon on Short LIne Fur Further FurtMr Furthat ¬
that particulars Utter
C Lightweight Under Underwear U Underwear nder nderV ¬
wear V ear for V the real hot hotweather hotweatherand hotweatherand
weather weatherand and it ii costs costsso costsS0 costsso
so very littlefl littleqSome little
t
fl g qSome Some as low as 500 oc a garment garmentPlie garmentIhc t
1 Plie he more aristocratic kinds at higher higherprices higherprices higherprices
prices J Just list as your pocketbook pocketbookdictates pocketbookiptatesbut pocketbookclactatesbut
dictates iptatesbut but theyre th y re all made to tokeep
V V VV
V 11 keep Keep 1 you cool coo cootCHARDSON cooICHARDSON I V V V V
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tCHARDSON ADAMS CO COA
A CLOTHES CLOTH ES SHOP FOR MEN M MENAt E EAt
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TikK Lk OF PEACE IN WASHINGTON WASHINGTONCassini
t
nJ Cassini assini to Call at the 1h White House Today and it is isHinted isHinted isV
V Hinted ThatThis That This Government is Ready Readyto V VV
V to Mediate V VV V
ASHI GfON June 1 IRussia Russia will willknow willV willklW
WASHINGTON W V V know klW officially how ready thin thfegovernment thhovernment thingovernment
government la to as as tet in incommencing Incommencing Incommencing
commencing peace negotiations with withJapan withTap withJapan
Japan m at the earliest earliest possi possible possible posalble ¬
ble ntoment if Count Caseini Caseinithe taelnithern < i ithe
the Russian Ru n ambassadar carries carriesout carriesuthi carriesout
out uthi his hi intention of seeing seel the presi president president prestdetit ¬
dent tomorrow For two days the am ambassador ambasCJdor ambassador ¬
bassador has planned calling at the theWhit theYhlb theWMtV
Whit house tOuse and would have asked askedfor Askedfor sc d dfor
for an appointment this afternoon but butfor butfor butfor
for the fact that the president was en engaged engaged n I Il3ged
gaged in opening the Lewis and Clark Clarkexposition ClarkexPOSitiolJ larkexpoeitlou
exposition The ambassador said to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night that It m hoped to make an anpointrnent ap appointment 8IP1 ¬
pointment for or tomorrow tomorrowIndirectly tO tOmorrowIndirectly rrow rrowIndirectly
Indirectly Count Cassini is already alreadyinformed alreadyInformed alreadyInformed
informed of the willingness of the thepresident thepresident thepresident
president to take up the Question of ofpeac ofpeace ofpoac
peace terms with Japan provided Bus Russia Busala ¬
ala is i prepared to discuss th the subject subjectIn < l lin
In ii good faith but unless he receives receivesinstruction receivesinstructions I
instructions from his government vernment be between bet betaen ¬
tween t en now and the time he calls on onthe oatthe
the president the ambassador will willpersonally willpe willisernonally I
personally pe ny expnxs the he firm conviction convictionthat convictionthat convictionthat
that Ws government has no intention intentionTHEY IntentionTHEY I ITHEY
THEY COULD NOT NOTESCAPE NOTESCAPE f fESCAPE
ESCAPE THE JAPS JAPSContinued JAPSj JAPSjContinued I IContinued
Continued from Page 1 1fered 1fered i ifered
fered considerable damage from a six sixinch sixS sixSInch j
inch projectile and was only able bte to tospsed tosped
I
sped ed eleven ek > ven miles an hour The main mainmast mauimast j
mast was as lowered and the funnel funnelpainted tunnelpainttd funnelpointed
painted white hite s iso o as to render the ves vesI yessd j jsel
sel sd I less conspicuous to the Japanese Jap Japanesetorpedo nese nesetorpedo i itorpedo
torpedo boats boa several nev cad of which were wereseen wereSf wereseet
seen On the night of May laJ 3 31 a steam steampipe stesmpiPe steampipe
pipe burst reducing the speed to five fivemiles fivemiles fivemiles
miles an hour Lacking coal all the thewooden theoodfOn thewooden
wooden parts of the destroyer d rotr were wereburned i iburned ibur
burned bur f for fuel before she reached reachedVIadiystok j
Vladivostok VladivostokSTORY VladivostokSTORY VIadiystokV
V STORY OF SURVIVOR SURVIVORRussian SURVIVORRussian SURVIVORRussian
Russian Position Was Hopeless From Fromthe Fromthe FromV
V the Beginning BeginningLondon BeginningI i
I London iondon June 2 The Moji Ioji Japan Japancorrespondent Ta Japtncorrespondent n ncorrespondfOnt
correspondent of the Daily Telegraph Telegraphgives Tele Telegraphgives ntl h hgif
gives gif a story told by Captain Rojlnoff Rojinoffcommander RojlnoffommandfOr Rojlnoffcommander
commander of the Russian cruiser Ad Admiral Admiral Admica ¬
miral Nakhimoff The captain says saysWe saysI saysWe
I We e chose the shortest route to Vied Vladivostok YltldhOftok ViedIvoetok ¬
ivostok passing a certain strait We Wewere Wewere VeOre
were Ore unhappily enticed by the Japanese Japanesefleet Japaneseneet Japanesefleet
fleet and were ere completely surrounded surroundedOur surroundedOur surroundeiLOur
Our position was as hopeless from the thebeginning thebeginning thebeginning
beginning of the battle We Ve had indeed indeedfallen indeedfallen indeedfalleti
fallen into a bitter trap It was cruel cruelmoreover cruelmoreover ruelmoreoer
moreover for the Japanese selected the theengine thengine theengine
engine room of my ship as a target targettorpedo A Atorpedo Atorpedo
torpedo went straight through my ves vessel vessel yessel ¬
sel and we lost our fighting power and andwere andere andwere
were ere unable to move either way wayWe wayVe wayVe
Ve launched the boats and em embarked embarked embarked ¬
barked GW ON of the crew who were rca rescued rfOS rfOScued rcacued ¬
cued by the Japanese Japan I with tth the navi navigating a aI navigating ¬
gating Ung officer determined to share the thefate thefAte thefate I
I fate of our ship which hich sank nk We Ve were werewhirled weredrawn weredrawn
drawn underneath by the suction suctionhirlfd suctionwhirled
whirled about and lost our breath breathWe breathforgot breathWe
We forgot everything but fortunate fortunately ¬
ly were picked up by the Japanese Tapa flsh flsherm ftsherlU hshornten
erm ornten n We had intended to die and andfloated andted andfloated
floated ted about in the water as it seemed seemedfor seemedfot med medfor
for hours watching watchin the havoc created createdby createdb createdby
by b the explosion of Japanese shells shellsRACE shel shelRACE sheIIRACE
RACE WAS SHORT SHORTSwift SHORTSwift SHORTSwift
Swift Japanese Cruisers Finished the theShattered theShattered theShattered
Shattered Fleet FleetLondon FleetLondon FleetLondon
London June 2 The Daily Telegraph Telegraphthis
this morning publishes a continuation continuationof
of tU ti > description of the naval battle battlefrom baUlefrom battlefrom
from a correspondent with ith the Japanese Japanesefleet Japanesefleet Se Seneet
fleet forwarded by its ToKio correspon correspondent correspondent correspondent ¬
dent and published yesterday morn morning morning mornlug ¬
ing The story proceeds pr s as follows followsThe followsThe followsThe
The tremendous cannonade had not notceased notlea8td notceased
ceased from 2 oclock Saturday after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon until 2 oclock Sunday morning morningwhen morninghen
when hen h the t formation of the Tapantt JapaneseIleet Japanese Japanesefleet
fleet t remained d unaltered b but t the bat battle battle battie ¬
tle was riot finished until Monday morn morning mornin mornlug ¬
lug in
ingThe
The Russians made straight for f r the thewaters thewaters
waters of Tsu T channel without gay au at attempt Attmpt attempt ¬
I tempt at reconnaissance convincing the theJapanese th thTRpan theJatpaneee
Japanese TRpan that they were afflicted with withexcessive withtxcessive withexcessive
excessive confidence The facts have haveproved havePNved haveproved
proved that the Russians were com completely rompletfOly cornplotely ¬
pletely ignorant of the exact where whereabouts whfNabouts whereabouts ¬
abouts of the Japanese fleet which lay layconcealed layconcealed layconcealed
concealed in places kept strictly secret secretThere sretThere et etThere
There was no fog but the movements movementsof
of the fleet > t were ere hampered ham red by great greatwaves greatwaves reat reatEvery
waves
Every Shot Told ToldAlmost ToldAlmost ToldAlmost
Almost every Japanese Tapan shell II toW and andtoM andtoM andtold
toM well The Russians made repeated repeatedbut r retedbut ted tedbut
but unavailing efforts to break tile ring ringof ringof ringof
of steel st and at night n ht they concentrated concentratedJL
l JL I fearful fire on the Japanese torpedo torpedoSotilla t totUla tUpedoilotlila
Sotilla Togo estimates that he thus thuscompelled thU5contpelred thuscompelled
compelled them to t use se an enormous enormousquantity etamoitsquantity U8 U8quantlt
quantity of ammunition ammunitionThe
The most severe cannonade occurred occurredbetween occurredlwotweoen occurredbetween
between 4 snd nd 5 oclock Saturday after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon when four of the Ruaeian war warships war2lhips warships ¬
ships were w r pent nt to the bottom and the theenemy theenemy theenemy
enemy thrown into confusion began bt an its Usnorthward itsnorthward Itsnorthward
northward flight Togo T o having bavinbthi closed closedthe closedthe
the gate to the southward It was a ashort aiBbort ashort
short race ra Togos superior speed soon soonenabled Uninabled soonenabled
enabled him to place a crescentformed crescentformedbarrier ereseentfonnedVrier retKentfonnedbarrier
barrier in front of Rojeatveiisky Roje tvensky whose whoseplight whOpll whosepllglil
plight pll hl then became miserable and hope hopeless bopeIegf hopeless ¬
less The Russian Ru sian ships scattered They Theywere Tleyere Theywere
were ere beyond b yood control and fled or floun floundered ftoundered floundeceit ¬
dered in the heavy seat offering a fee feeble feeble feelab ¬
ble lab resistance resistanceThe resista resistanceThe e eThe
The Japanese navy without los losgained 1oPs1ained lossgained
gained one of the greatest real victories victoriesever vidorleseer victoriesever
ever won It was 3 not altogether ttnlt ttnlt6Y < tmt tmtegy Lrntogy
egy nor altogether gallantry bat the thebattle thettle thebattle
battle ttle was won by a splendid combina combination oot cosibination blJlll blJllltion ¬
tion of both bothSINKING bothr V VSiNKING
r
SINKING OF THE BORODINO BORODINOCrew BORODINOCrew BORODINOCrew
Crew Fought Till the Battleship BattleshipTurned BattleshipTurned BattleshipTurned
Turned Turtle TurtleLondon TurtleLotHIen TurtleLondon
London June 2 2The The iokto corre correspondent corret correspondelat ¬
spondent t of the Daily Express s sends > a astory astorv astory
story of the battle b tt1 told by an officer officerof
of the te battleship Borodino B odlnowho who is now nowat nowat nowat
at Sasebo The officer says saysAdmiral saysuAdmiral saysAdmiral
Admiral Rojestvensky Rojeet k came on onboard onboard onboard
board early earl in the battle and Ad directed directedthe directedthe directedthe
the fighting from the Borodinos fly flying flyinJ flylag ¬
lag bridge bridgeAt
At 3 oclock the Japanese Taj n IebtttUe IebtttUeships battle battleships battleships ¬
ships Shlkishima and FUJI opened openedevery openedever openedevery
every sun un on us A projectile struck struckthe struckthe struckthe
the forward barbette lit which I had hadcharge hadcharge hadcharge
charge of a twelveinch gun and this thisrendered thisrendred thisrendered
rendered us all insensible insensibleI
V I dropped drop ed out of the smokemied smokemiedt smokeI smokeIf smo1celledarbette
t f arbette rb < tte to the deck and found there therea
a Ol rain of projectiles p Ules J Dozens > ozens were werelying werelying ere erelyIng
lying dead or wounded at every turn turnI
I returned to the barbette but was wasonly wasonly wasonly
only able to fire fl e two rounds when hen two twoprojectiles twoprojectiles twoVTarojeetiIesV
projectiles VTarojeetiIesVstruck struck us simultaneously simultaneouslywrecking simultaneouslywrecking simultaneouslyvretklng
wrecking the = barbette disabling both boththe bouithe boththe
the twelveinch guns and killing kllHn eight eighteen elghteon eighteon ¬
eon officers and men menDeck menDeck rossDeck
Deck Strewn With Corpses CorpsesThe CorpseThe CorpsesThe
The officer proceeds pro < eoos to describe how howthe howthe
the theB Borodino rodlno new newh became me a veritable veritableshambles yerltableshambles veritableV
shambles successive shells destroying destroyingthe V
the steering gear and ammunition ammunitionhoists amt ammunitionhoists n niUon niUonhoists
hoists so that the shells had to be car carried carried earned ¬
ried by hand Admiral Rojestvensky Rojestvenskywas oj ojpstvenskywas stvensky stvenskywas
was injured and transferred to a de destroyer desr destr ¬
stroyer sr str yer and as the destroyer left she shewas shewas shewas
was assailed by a hail of o small arm armnmmUjhitlon armnmm armV
V nmmUjhitlon nmmUjhitlonitf nmm amrnthItIon amrnthItIonItas ltlon ltlonUIf
UIf itf Itas sgds S now 4 oclock thfe th officer officerigontinjaed officergontinued
igontinjaed 1till ea The Borodino had been beenrepeatedly b beenrepeatediy en enrepeat
repeat repeatedly dlY struckin struck In the thehelm thehelmsettling helm and andwas andwassettling was wassettling
settling down with no hope of savins
her herThe
The Japanese had brcs b brruen our bat b bJ
J
of negotiating with Japan n at this time timeIt timeIt
It twas was suggested tonight that the fail failure failure ¬ i iure
ure to receive any advices s from St StPetersburg StPeteroburg StPetersburg
Petersburg regarding the attitude of ofthe ofthe f fthe
the emperor was on 3 reason why hy Count CountCawjini CountCafini CountCaaiInl
Cawjini had deferred < his call at the theWhite theWhite theWhite
White house houseThe houseThe houseThe
The whole situation was thoroughly thoroughlydiscussed thoroughbdIscussed thoroughlydiscussed
discussed in an informal way wa va by 1 y Count CountCassini CountCassinl CountCassini
Cassini with his warm personal friend friendBaron friendBaron friendBaron
Baron Sp SpEck ck von Sternburg the Ger German German German ¬
man ambansador who dined at the theRussian theRussian theRussian
Russian embassy embas5 tonight after having havinghad bavinghad havingItad
had a conference with the president presidentearlier presidente presidentearlier
earlier e rlier in the day Indicative of the theimportance theimportan theimportance
importance of the two conferences of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the German ambassador amb S6ador was the state statement statement stateinent ¬
ment from the Russian ambassador ambassadorlate amb ssador ssadorlate
late tonight that he hoped to see the thepresident thepreident thepresident
president within the nxt twentyfour twentyfourhours twent3ofourhours twentyfourhours
hours hoursMeanwhile hoursMeanwhile
hourseanwhlle
Meanwhile it can be statd stat d on the thebst thebest thebst
bst authority that the Washington Washingtongovernment Washingtongovernment Vashlngtongovenlment
government is biding its time believ believing believing believing ¬
ing that Russia must be given time timetoi Umlto timetotfulIy
toi to totfulIy fully realize re 1ize the crushing character characterof
of her defeat before she will be willing wilMngto
to consider the advisability of aban abandoning abandoning abandosing ¬
doning her determination to continue continuethe continuethe continuethe
the war
tie formation and were closing in con concentrating concentrating Concentrating ¬
centrating their fire on our lghting
tops of which crews hardly one es escaped escaped escaped ¬
caped Fire had now broken out in inseveral Inseveral Inseveral
several places adding to the horror of ofour ofour ofour
our situation and it was as decided to towithdraw towithdraw towithdraw I
withdraw from the firing line for the thepurpose thepurpose thepurpose
purpose of repairing our teering gear gearBut geArBut gearBut
But we were surrounded by eight Jap Japanese Japanese Japanese ¬
anese ships and bombarded on every everyside everyaide
side Ide We Ve still fought desperately with withour withour withour
our after twelveinch guns and what whatwas whatwas whatwits
was left of our smaller guns and with withabout withabout withabout
about half our complement of men But Butthe Butthe Buttue
the Borodino sank lower and lower
Toward evening after we w > had lost 400 490men 400men 400roes
men we noticed two Japanese Tapan e de destroyers destroyers destroyers ¬
stroyers coming toward us We Ve sank sankone sankone sankone
one with p well directed shell The other
launched a torpedo which missed us
All the men in the engine rooms were
driven on deck by b the flames Finally Finallya
a Japanese torpedo flotilla bore down downupon downupon downupon
upon us and an explosion caused the
Borodino to turn turtle I with ith forty fortyothers fortyothers fortyothers
others was rescued from the sea by the
Japanese JapaneseVtrmored armored cruiser Kasuga Kasu and andwas andwas andwas
was transferred to the shore shoreJAPANESE shoreJAPANESE shoreJAPANESE
JAPANESE LOSSES LOSSESOnly LOSSESOnly LOSSESOnly
Only 113 Officers and Men Killed Killedand Killedand424 Killedand424
and and424 424 Wounded WoundedTokio VVoundedTokio WoundedTokio
Tokio June 1 5 p in mThe The Japanese > St
losses in the battle of the sea 5e of Japan Japanwere Japanwere Japanwere
were 113 officers and men killed and
44 officers and men wounded The Thecompletion Thecompletion Thecompletion
completion of the revised list shows showsthat showsthat showsthat
that the losses were under the original originalestimates originalestimate9 originalestimates
estimates The flagship Mikasa was wasthe wasthe as asthe
the heaviest loser > r losing sixtythree sixtythreekilled sixtythreekilled sixtythreekilled
killed and wounded woundedThe woundedThe woundedThe
The losses were distributed among
the flee as follows Mikusa sixty sixt
three Adzuma thirtynine Shikiehi Shikiehima
ma thirtyseven thirtY een Asahi thirtyone thirtyoneFuji thirt thirtyoneFuji one oneFuji
Fuji twentyeight Idzumo twenty twentysix tentysix twentysix
six Nisshin twentyseven Otowa Otowatwentysix Otoatwent3osix Otowatwentysix
twentysix Kasaga twentysix Tsu Tsushima TSIhima Tsushima ¬
shima nineteen Asama fifteen Natal Naniwa Xaniwa NatalWa
wa seventeen Tokiwa fifteen Yaku Yakuino Yakumo
ino eleven Chitose six Idzumi ten tenKasuga ttnKasuf8 tenKasuga
Kasuga nine > Hashidate five Nuts Niitaka Nutska iita iitaka
ka four fourThe fourTh fourThe
The Th casualties among the destroyers destroyersand
and torpedo boats were en eightyseven eightysevenCommander eightysevenCommander hty vet1 vet1Commander
Commander Togo was as wounded o othe 0the othe
the Adzuma AdzumaDue AdzumaDue AdzurnaDue
Due to Mikados Virtue VirtueTokio VirtueTOkio VirtucTokio
Tokio June 1 215 2l p in rnAdmiral rnAdmiralTogo Admiral AdmiralTogo AdmiralTogo
Togo responding respond in to the imperial re rescript reript rescript ¬
script ript commending the admiral and his hissailors hLS8ilor hissailors
sailors expresses his appreciation and andfurther andfurthpr andfurther
further says saysThat saysThat saysThat
That we e gained ainLd a success beyond beyondour be ond ondour
our expectation to due to the brilliant brilliantvirtue brilliantirtue brilliantvirtue
virtue of your our majesty and to the pro protection protection protection ¬
tection of the spirits of your y Ur imperial imperialancestors imperialanstors imperlailancestors
ancestors and not to the action of any
human being beingWe beingYe beingWe
We shall be faithful and an answer wer to tothe tothe tothe
the imperial will wfllTokio wJlITokio V VTokio
Tokio Rejoicing RejoicingTokio RejoicingTokio RejoicingTokio
Tokio June 1 6 p m mAdmiral Admiral To Togos Togos Togos ¬
gos victory was celebrated here to today to today today ¬
day The entire city ity was decorated with withflags withDa withusgs
flags Da and bunting Literary exerwfses exerwfsesand fxlr fxlrand exereeisesand
and sports were held Id in Hibiya park parkMayor parkIayor parkMayer
Mayor Ozaki presiding Thousand of ofpersons ofPf ofpersons
persons Pf n ns filled the park and lustily lustilycheered lu lustilycheered i1Y i1Ycheered
cheered The naval staff = occupied occupiedprominent OCtupiedprominent occupiedprominent
prominent seats ats on the platform Va Various Various Various ¬
rious organizations and guilds paraded paradedthe
the streets the processions all converg converging cornerging eosverglug ¬
ing at Hlbiya park parkRenew parkRenew parkRenew
Renew Their Pledge PledgeTokto PledgeToklo PledgeToklo
Toklo June 1 1 1 la m mAdmlrals Admirals Ya Yamamoto Yamamoto Tamamoto
mamoto and Ito responding to the em emperors emperors outperors ¬
perors rescript thanking the navy VY for forIis forits forits
its great victory express their thanks thankson
on behalf b8lr of the t nafy na + y department and andpledge Rndpifdge andpledge
pledge the t navy nav to the faithful din discharge dbcharge dincharge ¬
charge of it its duties
Tried to Slip Through ThroughTokio ThroughTokio Th rough roughTokie
Tokio June 1 11 a m mA A telegram telegramfrom telesramfrom telegramfrom
from Sasebo says that Admiral RQ RQjestvensky Rqjestvensky Bcjestvensky
jestvensky stated in an interview that thathe thathe thathe
he hoped to clear cI r Tau island in a fog fogj t tbut fogbut
j but a sudden southwestern gal gale cleared clearedthe clear clearthe clearedthe
the fog and revealed the presence of his hisfleet hisfteet hI hIfleet
fleet fleetTIME V
V
2Jt 2JtTIME
TIME HAS COME COMETO COMETO I ITO
TO STRIKE STRI KE HOME HOMEContinued HOMEContinued HOMEContinued
Continued from Page 1 1festo 1festo 1festo
festo may be expected within a briefliT brieftime brief brieftime
time timeThe
V VThe
liT The ministers mlnit rs who went to the council councilat councilat 1 i
at TsarkoeSelo Thursday Thur fa < were so ex expectant tXPtctant cxpectant ¬
pectant of Immediate action that the edt editor edttor ¬
tor of the Official Messenger f5SuJt > r was as ediI In Instructed instructed Instructed ¬ I
structed to bold his hl forms open for all aitimportant aiILimportant
important announcement but at the lat latminute llUtminute I Iminute
minute the editor was Informed that this thisannouncement thisannouncement
announcement was not yet ready readyAgain readyAgain readyAgaIn 11
Again at nIght the manifesto to was ex expected expected expected ¬
pected but at 2 oclock this morning morningthe
the Cfht9r lityr of the Official Messenger Messengerlearned Messengerlearned 1e8engerlearned
learned that no announcement had been beenmade beenmale beenmade
made madeThis maleThis madeThis
This manifesto it is creditably reported reportedwill reportedwill reportedwilt
will proclaim the Immediate convocation convocationof
of a national assembly to whfch whr h the tbequestion thequesUon thequestion
question of o peace or war will be sub submitted submitted submatted ¬
mitted thereby shifting the burden of ofa o oa ofa
a decision d from the shoulders of 1 the theemperor theemperor theemperor
emperor to the whole nations robbing robbingagitators robbingagitators robbingagitators
agitators of opportunity to make revo revolutionary rovelutionary ¬
I lutionary capital out the decision which whichever w whichever h hever ¬
ever way it may be taken takenOn takfOnOn takenOn
On account of the imperative haste for forthe forthe forthe
the summoning summonin of an assembly mbl for this thispurpose thlapurpose thispurpose
purpose it would be necessary to post postpone poetJRe postPO ¬
pone PO the convocation of a permanent permanentzemaky permanentzemsky permanentzemeky
zemaky sobor which is contemplated in inthe Inthe htthe
the emperors ukase of March X 3 but It Itis Itis Itis
is probable that the first assembly will willbe willbe wiltbe
be able to take part In a constitutional constitutionalconvention constitutionalconenti constItutIonalconvention
convention n and rive ive advice as to tn tnultimate the theultlmate theultimate
ultimate form of a new legislative organ ¬
izatlon
One More Land Battle BattleThe BattleThe BattleThe
The emperors advisers adJ ers realize that thatwhatever tbatw thatw1atever
whatever w tevcr haste may mli be made in calling
together the representatives rllIro entatlvea sf the tb peo people peopJe peepie ¬
pie it will be impossible to them to tomeet tomeet tomeet
meet In time to forestall another ano er bat battle battle battie ¬
tle In Manchuria but though a request requestfor TeqUesttor requestfor
for an armistice is a possibility th tin pres present present present ¬
ent disposition is to leave le vc the matter matterentirely matterentirely matterentirely
entirely in the hands of the assembly assemblyas
as another defeat on land unless decisive decisivecould decisivecould decisIvecould
could not change the situation or make makeit
it much worse while a victory for Lieu Lieutenant Lieuten Lieutenant ¬
tenant ten nt General Linevitch would ould alter the thecomplexion thocomplexion thecomplexion
complexion of affairs entirely
The admiralty has not yet recovered recoveredfrom recoveredfrom recoveredfrom
from the stupefication caused by b the thenaval thenaval thenaval
naval disaster but from reports received receivedfrom receivedfrom receivedfrom
from the commanders of the Almaz AlmazIzumrud AlmazIzumrud Almazlzumrud
Izumrud and the torpedo boat b at destroyers destroyersthe destro ers ersthe
the naval authorities are gradually piec ¬
ing out a connected story of o the thetie bat battle battie ¬
tie upon the the lest leststage stage before berorethe the surrender sur surrender surrender ¬
render of the fleet under Nebogatoff NebogatoffThere
There Is little comfort for the Russians Russiansn
In n their own reports V
I IDOOR
ARRESTED AT THE THEDOOR
DOOR OF PRISON PRISONSheriff
Sheriff Jacob Johnson Has John JohnHancock JohnHancock JoluiEancock
Hancock in Custody CustodyBRUTAL CustodyBRUTAL CustodyBRUTAL
BRUTAL MURDER CHARGED CHARGEDPRISONER CHARGEDPRISONER CHARGEDPRISONER
PRISONER HAS JUST FINISHED FINISHEDTENYEAR FINISHEDTENYEAR
TENYEAR SENTENCE SENTENCEi SENTENCESAN I
ci i AN RAFAEL RAF AEL CaL June L LJohn John H Hall Hallcoek Hana Hancock s scock
SAN cock who completed a tenyear son sentence Sf sonV n ntcnee ¬
V a tence for burglar committed in inOrange InOrange InOrange
Orange county In ISPS was arrested on ona ona ona
a chafire ch ne of murder as he was leaving leavingthe leavingthe leavingthe
the prison pri > on today by Sheriff Jacob John Johnson Tohn50n Johnson ¬
son and a special deputy of Lincoln Lincolncounty Lincolncount Lincolncounty
county count Nevada NevadaThe XevadaThe NevadaThe
The murder for which Hancock is un under under nflder ¬
der arrest arrt St > was one of the most brutal brutaland brutaland brutaland
and dastardly ever committed in Ne Nevada Neva Nevada ¬
vada va According to the confession of o a aMrs allrs aMrs
Mrs Meyer made Nov 39 3 0 1S ISPS 8 Han Hancock Hancock Hancock ¬
cock Mrs Irs Meyer and her young son sonwere sonwere sonwore
were drivins dr ln from Ferris Ca Cat to Salt SaltLake SaltLake 6a1tLake
Lake City in 1S3T One of their horses horsesgave ho hogac horsesgave
gave out and while they > were waiting waitingat
at a ranch for It to recover r er Dr George GeorgeEngelke GtOrgeEngelke GeorgeEngolke
Engelke a a veterinary eterlnur surgeon and Peter PeterpMmlKton PeterPrlmlston PeteribimlatOn
pMmlKton his servant arrived with a
team of horses and a valuable stallion stallionEngelkn
Engelkn discussed his affairs with Han Hancock Hancock hanco ¬
cock co The latter told Mrs Meyer 11t > yer he in intended intended intended ¬
tended to kill the doctor and his com companion companion cornpanton ¬
panion for their valuables The woman womandeclares wom womandeclares n ndedaras
declares that Hancock carried out his histhreat histhreat
threat a few days after the party part left leftthe Iftthe leftthe
the ranch She said that while Engelke Engelkeand Engelkeand Engelkeand
and his servant were asleep Hancock Hancockbrained Hancockbntlned HancockbraIned
brained them with an axe and buried buriedtheir bnriedtheir buriedtheir
their bodies bodiesTO bodiesTO
d 5 5TO
TO CROWN VIRGINS STATUE STATUESixYearOld STATUESixYearOld STATUESixYearOld
SixYearOld Mary Hagenuarth Will WillBe WillBe WillBe
Be Center of Roman Cath Catholic Catholic Catholic ¬
olic Ceremony CeremonyAt
At St Marys Roman Catholic church churchSunday churchSunday churchSunday
Sunday evening during dur ng the vespers vespersservice vespersservice espErsst
service st > rvice which w11 ill begin at ill 730 7 L3olOdt 31 oclock
Mary Hagenbarth Hagenbarththe agnbarththe
the statue of the Flossed > r Virgin will ill be beclowned bec bccgowned
clowned c wned by Miss Mary Iao Hagenbarth the theSyearold thfiryearold theyearoId
Syearold daughter > r of Mr rr and Mrs MrsFj MrsF5 In InF1
Fj F1 J Hagenbarth of 260 OO Brigham street streetparticipate str streetit f t tJt
it Jt is eXpe expected < ted that eighty children will willparticipate villparticipate
participate in the ceremony which is isconsidered i ironstdered isconsidered
considered one on of the impressive func functions functions fusetions ¬
tions of the Catholic church churchThe churhTht churchThe
The statue was crowned last la t year by bylittle bylitlle bylittle
little Helen Kearns daughter of for former forIner foraner ¬
mer Senator Thomas Kearns KearnsDE Kearno KearnsDE
p o liS liSDE
DE MOISY ON SLATE SLATEState
State Statistician to Be e Register of ofVernal ofVernal ofVernal
Vernal Land Office OfficeColton OfficeColtonFor Colton ColtonTor
For Receiver ReceiverIt
It is understood that Charles Charies T TMotoy D DoI tMolwy > =
Motoy oI the present pre nt state statistician statisticianand
and Don B Colton of Vernal have havebeen hsen havebeen
been n agreed upon for register and re receiver nI recelver ¬
ceiver respctixely r ctivly of the new Uintah Uintahhave Uintahland Uintahland
I land office While the appointments appointmfOntsI
I have not been made Washington ad adv1c adv1C advicori
v1c v1C 1 are to the effect that the men mennantd mllnlftd menflftlfli
nantd flftlfli vi have the endorsements of both bothI bothttah bothtIalt
I ttah tan senators which hich will probably probablysettle probablySfltlf probablysettle
settle > the matter The candidacy of ofMr ofXr ofMr
Mr DeMoisy had not been b n generally generallyheard generallYheard generallyheard
heard of the prevailing opinion being beingthat l beingthat > einJthat
that James H Anderson Ander on would gt gtthis g gztthis t tthit
this place Mr Ir Colton has been known knownas
as 11 a candidate for the receivership al although althouth although ¬
though Ms hi supporters at home had hadbeenled hadbfen hadbeenied
beenled bfen led to believe h was to be turned turneddown turnedd01n turneddown
down downROBERT downROBERT
cD cDROBERT
ROBERT W WBURTON BURTON DEAD
Passing of Man Who Had Note Noteworthy Noteworthy Noteworthy ¬
worthy Career CareerKaysvllle CareerKaSvillf CareerKaysvllle
Kaysvllle June 1 1Roherl Robert W v Burton Burtondied Burtondied Burtondied
died at his home here this morning at atJ
131 4 J oclock of old age and general de debility debility dobility ¬
bility He was the son of James and Isa IsaItelta Isabella IsabeEn
beEn Walton Burton and was wa born brn in inGayte inGal inGayle
Gayle Gal county count of York Engnd En n April Aprila pri
a JSS iS In company with his hI uncle and andtbe andtb andthe
the tb J hite tt President Preident compny Lorenzo Lrenzo Snow he came cameto camet cametl
to t Nauvoo In 1SW J In ISM 1 1 he came cm to toUtah tortah toVtala
Utah and an has ha since lived lve here hereHe brE brEHe hereIic
He was wa one 0 of the men mn who went w nt to tomeet tomet tomeet
meet met Johnston Tohnton army and at the time timeof tme tmeof timeof
of the Black Hawk war held he led a corn cornpuny comINn cornpony
puny INn of sixtyfive itfv men from fro Davis Dlvis coun ceunty
ty to assist at in quelling qUtlng the Inians Indians at atthat atthat atthat
that time Urt He was 1A culled cAlle to the Salmon Salmonriver Salmonriver Salmonriver
river country countT and responded reponr cheerfully cheerfullybe ehertlJy
be h also alf was one oe of those th who went to tomeet toIet tomeet
meet Iet the hand han cart art companies compnie and while whilemany whie wtatlemany
many mny returned rtturd Mr Burton continued contnnf in intbe Inthe
the front frot rank and discharged l harged this duty dutyWhen dutyWh1 dailyWheat
When Wh1 President Taylor Tylor and apostles HJot were weroin wtrO wereIn
in hiding hlinJ In Kaysville Kaysvil he had charge chr e of ofth oftm ofthe
th tm the young men who kept guard lii h his hisntve hisnative s snative
native ntve tend he learned Jarn the th trade tMde of a ablacksmith abaekasmlth
blacksmith which wh h trade he followed fole for fora forIl fora
a period pio of sixty sxty years yers He was Wa also 1 one oneof oe oeof oneof
of President prident Joseph TMH Smiths bodyguard bodyguardThe bgnar
The funeral will wi be 1 held in the Kays Kayavillemeeting KaysvUI Kaysvillemeetlng
noon villemeeting vUI metng house hoe Sunday at 12 I oclock oclocknoon o oclocklinen clock clockno
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5 5Moiern
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