OCR Interpretation

The Salt Lake herald. [volume] (Salt Lake City [Utah]) 1870-1909, June 06, 1905, Last Edition, Image 1

Image and text provided by University of Utah, Marriott Library

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85058130/1905-06-06/ed-1/seq-1/

What is OCR?

Thumbnail for

wi1 Spver SIIverc is e per ounc OUlKfoppQr >
a Copper oppQr casting ca tlng J4c per pound poundu
u w SALT LAKE CITY OJT UTAH DT TJTA 1f TUESDAY T ESDA Y JUNE6 JU1 JUNE 6 1905 PRICE FIVE iivi CENTS Lead In ore 5i Ut New Jf York rk 450 0
Enquist Will Not Be Allowed to Be Bepair Repair Bej
j pair His Ships ShipsJAPAN ShipsJAPAN
I A I ASHINGTON June 5 5Admin 5AdminEnquist 5AdmiralV Admiral AdmiralBnquist
WASHINGTON V V Bnquist will not b be allowed to torepair torep torepair
repair rep lr his ships hip at Manila This ThisKovernment ThisIovernment Th Thgovernment
government has ha decided that as the in injuries injuries injuries ¬
juries to the vessels were not caused causedeither causedither cauee4iither
either by b the sea e or storm It will be beobliged beobliged beCbljgij
obliged to refuse permission for the thevessels theHssels therssels
vessels to be repaired there Today TodaySecretary TodR TodRSetrelary TodaySecretary
Secretary Taft cabled the following followinginstructions followln followlninstructions followingisastructions
instructions to Governor Wright at atManila atlaniljl at1anilt
Manila regarding relRrdln the ships shipsTime shipsTime shipeTIme
Time cannot be given hen for the repair repairof
of 1t the injuries received in battle There Therefore Thecere Therefre ¬
fore re the vessels ves els cannot o nnot be repaired rep ired un unJess 10 Jn1cs 10J18
Jess Interned until the end of hostili hostilities hostilities hostilitaos ¬
ties tiesAdmiral
Admiral Train Tr ln has been instructed instructedaccordingly instructedHordlnly instructedaordingIy
accordingly It was stated by Secre Secretary Secretar Secretary ¬
tary tar r Taft that If the Russian vessels vesselsagreed vesselsagreed vesselsagreed
agreed to leave Manila in their present presentcondition presentonditlon presentlThditlOfl
condition they were welcome to do so sobut 80but sobut
but as it did i not ot appear that they suf suffered sufff sufTered ¬
fered ff > rfd from any damage dam ge by the sea or orstorm orstorm orstorm
storm this government would be beobliged beobliged beobliged
obliged to take the position above out outlined outlln outlined ¬
lined lln > d
Policy of Neutrality NeutralityThe
The presidents decision regarding the
disposition of the Russian vessels at atManila atIanlia at1aniia
Manila that they shall sbalilfttern she intern or put to tofiea to6fa tosea
sea Is it is said here In accordance accordanceivith accordflnceith
ivith ith the best naval opinion and in 1s in inpursuance Inpursuance Inpursuance
pursuance of the policy of strict neu neutrality neutrality neutrality ¬
trality followed by the WashingtongOVf Washingtongovernment Washington Washingtongovernment
government gOVf > rnmtnt from the beginning of the thexvar thewar thevar
war var It is specifically declared that thatthf thatthere
there thf > re IB it no intention to show the slight slightest slightet ¬
est t favoritism in the matter and every
thing possible will be done for the com com1lrt ¬
fort of the wounded Russians The Theships Theships
ships when interned will of course be beallowed beHllowed beallowed
allowed to be put in habitable condition conditionand conditionand i
and such sU h repairs as are necessary ne < essary to
keep them afloat will be allowed allowedConference allowedConference allowedConference I
Conference at White House HouseThe HouseThe HouseThe
The decision of the president was as an anr anrnunced
r nmced 1 < after conferences ronferen < > es with IU1 Secre ¬
taries tai > s Morton and Taft As soon as
S SfIetary < retary Taft returned to the war de department deJ derrirtlnent ¬
partment J trtm < nt he made public the substance substanceof
of his instructions to Governor Wrightwho Wright Wrightwho Vrightwho
who is the medium of communication
between the Washington government governmentand
and Admiral EnqUist Rear Admiral Admiralon Admiralonverse
Converse on onverse verse chief of the bureau of navi navigation navigation navigatlon ¬
gation personally took charge of the thepreparation theJreparatlon thepreparation
preparation of instructions to Rear
Admiral Train who is to be in supreme supremecharge supremecharge supremecharge
charge of the details of internment this thisA
A being the practice followed when the
Lena put into port at San Francisco Franciscoand Franciscoand Franciscoand
and was interned under the direction directionof
of the commandant of the Mare Island Islandnavy Islandnav Islandraavy
navy nav yard ard The instructions to Ad Adxniral Admiral Admimi
mimi Enquist will forthwith decide decld to
intern in view of the bad condition of
his vessels
Japs Made Inquiry InquiryThe InquiryTh
L The Th Japanese minister here has ha
F formally inquired of the separtmentOf separtmentOfstate aepartmentofstate Oepartmentofstate
state what action the United States Statesgovernment Statesgovemment Statesgovernment
government intends inte d8 to take respecting
the Russian war vessels now in Manila
bay Acting Secretary Loomis this thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon responded that these vessels vesselswould vesselswould VeS6e1sWould
would be interned provided they did didnot didnot didnot
not leave the harbor at once This Thisexchange Thisxhange Thisexchange
exchange has taken place In order to
formally formall establish the responsibility responsi lllty of
the United States for the detention of
the vessels in Manila harbor until the theend theud theend
end ud of the hostilities hostilitiesSURE hostilitiesSURE hostilitiesSURE
Escape Would Be Impossible for Ad Admiral Admiral Admiral ¬
miral Enquist EnqulstSt
St t Petersburg June 5 745 p J m inth
Both th the foreign fo ign office and the ad admiralty admiralty admiralty ¬
miralty say the decision whether to totHarm toi3iarni
disarm the three Russian cruisers at atJHanila atImlla atMsnila
JHanila or effect repairs there and en ¬
deavor to reach a Russian port was
left in Admiral Enquists hands to de determine detErmine determint ¬
termine according to his bestjudgment bestjudgmentLittle bestjudgmentI
I Little doubt was wa felt that the cruisers cruisersv
I I v ill i li be interned until the end of the thevar then
var n ir 11 as before the repairs which En Enfiifst En1l En41St
fiifst 1l t cables are imperative could be beeffected berffeted
effected a Japanese Japan squadron would be beoff beeff beelf
off orregidor o or island waiting waitin to cap ¬
ture t IJre or sink them themThe tlttmThE themThe
The admiralty has given o out t a cabled cabledstttpment cab4edstatcment j
statement of the
dead and wounded on onboard onbo onbrd
board bo rd the three cruisers at Manila but butinserts butJ buterta
inserts J sErts that no report from Rear Ad Admiral Admiral AdintaI ¬
miral Xebogatoff has yet been receIvedI received
I 0
Wrote Man Killed and His Son SonWounded SonWoundedOne SonWoundedOne
Wounded WoundedOne One Negro Killed Killedand Killedand Xilledand
and Three Others Shot ShotAugusta ShotA Shotuguath
Augusta A Ga June 5 ftA A race Ta < e riot at atTurner atIi
Ii 4 Turner S C C has resulted in the death deathof
of If f Burrell McLane a white man the theserious theSHious thesarious
serious wounding of his h son the death deathof deathof deathor
of nne ne > negro and the wounding of three threeothers threeollwM threeot1iirs
others It fe it said the white people of ofthe ofthe ofth
the th eommunity mmunit are in arms and Sheriff SherifH
liayborne H yborne and Coroner Owens of Aiken Aikencounty Aikenunt Aikenaunty
county aunty unt at once went to the scene 8 < of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th trouble McLane
and his son yes yesterday yestErdi yesterdy ¬
terday tErdi afternoon went to a hoXise iau on onthe onth
the th formers place pla < < > e and ordered Dave
Heigh to return re urn a child which it is issaid issa Issaid
said sa id he had stolen from a negro n wo worn wo1n1 we311ITL ¬
rn 311ITL 1n1 n A number of negroes n at the house houseattacked hou houattarked houseattacked
attacked the McLanes and several severalshots severalshlt severalshots
shots were frt exchanged f > > d the > eider Mc McLane lcLaTH MeLane ¬
Lane being bt > ill
instantly killed and a son sonof sonIf sontr
of If Heigh Ht > igh being shot to death Several Severalinenher SeveralJnfnhEMC Severalnenhers
inenher of the party of negroes are arebeing arebeing arebeing
being pursued by a hundred armed armedwhite
white hite men whi wht threaten lynching lynchingHUNDREDS lynchingHUNDREDS lynchingIUNDREDS
4 + Durban Natal June 5 itp Up to tothE +
+ the present time 440 corpses of ofHlndoo ofTlindoo +
+ 4 Hindoo laborers Europeans EuroHa s and andothens andothers +
+ 4 others who to lost their lives through throu8hthe throughthe +
4 the hurricane which recently swept sweptover sweptover 4 +
4 + over Natal and the subsequent subsequentbursting subsequentbursting 4 +
4 + bursting of the reservoir at Pine Pinetown Pinetown +
4 + town have been recovered The Thebodies Thebodies 4 +
+ bodies of many man other victims have havenot +
k 4 + not been recovered recoveredr +
r 4444444444444444444 + + + 14 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + H t 4 I 4 H I + I f4 f4NO tT tTNO I INO +
Hamburg June 5 5N 5News News ws has reached reachedliere reachedIf reachedhere
here If > re from rein Libau Lib u that German seamen seamenwho seamenwho seamenlao
who lao were employed there for service servicewith aervkewit servicewith
wit with h the fourth Russian squadron when whenit
it was intended to send it to the far farcast farcast r re
cast e t have received orders to return returnliome return11omt returnhome
home as their contract hag been can cancel CfttIICl cancelled ¬
cel celled tIICl d by recent events even J This te It oon oonpidVred oonIdtted eonsIdered
pidVred proof that Russia R hue definitely definitelyabandoned definitelyabandoned definitelyabanidoned
abandoned further effort ff rt rts te wrest the thesea thesea theea
sea ea power from Japan
TwelveInch Shell Penetrated and andBurst andBurst andBurst
Burst in the Engine Boom BoomAWFUL RoomAWFUL BoomAWFUL
r OHIO 0Kb Juue 5 5The The Russian cruis cruisers eruisers cruisI
T I ers Admiral Nachimoff Mono Monomack Monomack ono onomack
mack and Dmitri Donskoi having havingsunk havingsunk havingsunk
sunk in comparatively shallow water waterit watersit
it is J possible tOssi le to raise them themA I IA
A survivor of the cruiser Ural who whoIs whoia whoi
Is ia i a brother of the chief editor of the theRuse theRu theRuss
Ru Ruse s and apparently is well educated educatedsaid educatedKid educatedsaid
said saidThe
The Second and Third squadrons
joined at the island of Koh Tron off offthe offthe offthe
the coast Nist of French IndoChlna Our Ouradmiral Ouradmim1 Ouradmiral
admiral knew that Korea strait was wasstrongly wasstrongl wasstrongly
strongly guarded but should a Pacific Pacificroute Pacificroute Pacificroute
route have be been n followed a neutral neutralport neutralport neutralport
port would not have been available availablein
in in case of disaster so it was deter determined determined determined ¬
mined to risk the Tsushima route
Nothing important occurred until the thedawn thedawp thedawn
dawn dawp of the morning of May Iay 27 ex except except CXcepV ¬
cept the appearance occasionally of ofJapanese ofTaPflnese ofJapanese
Japanese ships far ar out on the ho horizon hoi4zou ¬
rizon rizonOur
Our ships shi advanced in five rows
the Jemtchug independent on the right rightextremity rightextremft rightextremity
extremity extremft the second class battleships battleshipsin
in single line formation in the second secondrow secondrow secondrow
row the cruisers in the third the theUral theUral theUral
Ural bringing up the rear and the i
first class battleships in the fourth fourthrow fourthrow fourthrow
row with the Souvaroff leading and andthe andthe andthe
the Izumrud independent Ind pendent on the left leftextremity leftextremity leftextremity
extremity extremityIncessant extremityIncessant extremityIncessant
Incessant Japanese Fire
Entering Tsushima the formation formationof
of our battleships turned slightly to tothe tothe tothe
the starboard for the purpose of pro protecting protectin protecting ¬
tecting tectin our cruisers When three Jap Japanese Japanese Tapanese ¬
anese ships were tre first sighted we fired firedbut firedbut firedbut
but the enemys ships were beyond beyondrange beondrange beyondrange
range Suddenly four Japanese bat battleships batUeships battieships ¬
tleships and some cruisers appeared appearedon
on the the scene sending in an incessant incessantvigorous incessantvigorous incessantvigorous
vigorous fire which whi h proved very ef ¬
fective f ctlvE and we were w > re nearly thrown throwninto thrownInto
into confusion Steering northeast we wefound wefound wefound
found ourselves gradually pressed to towards towards towards ¬
wards Okino island To force the pas passage passage passage ¬
sage north was impossible The Ural Uralwas Uralwas TJralwas
was hit on the starboard side by b r a a12inch a12lnch a12inch
12inch shell which penetrated and
burst in the engine room smashing smashingeverything smashingverjthlng smashingeverythIng
everything and causing the funnel and
the masts to fall down downOwing downOwing downOwing
Owing to the shock the deck de k also alsowas alsowas alsowas
was rent asunder in many places The Theflesh Theflesh Theflesh
flesh and bones of 500 OO men killed were werescattered werescattered werescattered
scattered in every direction The hor horror horror ¬
ror 10 of the scene ene is beyond description
The Ural sank at 6 oclock in the even
ins insThe
The narrator and thirtythree other
Russians drifted to the coast off the theprovince theprovince theprovince
province of Nagato after fiftem hours hoursof hoursof hoursof
of exposure at sea seaGREAT seaI seaGREAT seaGREAT
Japanese Naval Hospital at Sasebo SaseboVisited SaseboVisited SaseboVisited
Visited by United States StatesNaval StatesNaval StatesNaval
Naval Surgeon SurgeonYokohama SurgeonYokohama SurgeonYokohama
Yokohama June 5 5United United States StatesNaval StatesNaal StatesNaval
Naval Surgeon Braisted who has just justreturned justretumed justreturned
returned from the Sasebo naval hospi hospital hospital hospital ¬
tal where the wounded Russians are arebeing arebeing arebeing
being treated and cared for brings the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first direct professional report from fromthere fromthere fromthere
there thereAccording thereAccording thereAccording
According to Surgeon Braisted the thehospital thehospital thehospital
hospital is in charge of Surgeon In Inspector Inspector Inspecter ¬
spector Totsuka and a very ye able corps corpsof corpsof corpsof
of surgeons There are also some me Jap Japanese Japanese Japaneec ¬
anese wounded there all of whom are
doing dolnr well Rojestvensky is wounded
in the forehead and right leg He is isreceiving isrecehing
receiving every attention and tender tendercard tendercar tendercard
card car at the hands of the Japanese and
is progressing favorably although suf ¬
fering ferln from a severe mental strain
He will soon be convalescent The
Sasebo hospital is a model institution institutionreflecting institutionreflecting institutionreflecting
reflecting great credit on the Japanese TapaneseThe
The arrangements for the care of the thesick thesick thesick
sick and wounded ounded on the Japanese bat battleships battle hattieshipe ¬
tleships tle bips and hospital ships is superb superbsakl superbsaid superbsaid
said Dr Braisted and accounts for the th theline
fine condition of the Japanese J panese wounded woundedreceived woundedreceived woundedreceived
received at the Sasebo naval hospital
The Russian Ru ian wounded receive exactly exactl exactlthe
the same care that is afforded the Jap Japanese Japanese Japanese ¬ I
anese aneseThe aneseThe aneseTh
The Th Japanese take their victory vietor very verysensibly verjsensibly verysensibly
sensibly and express their sympathy to tothe tothe tothe
the Russians Admiral Togo is ex extremely extremely oxtremely ¬
tremely modest over his great reat achieve achievement achievement achievemeet ¬
ment and paid a friendly friendl visit to toRojestvensky toRojestvensky toRojestvensky
Two Coaches Jumped the Track at atCaliente atCaliente atCaliente
Caliente CalienteLOR CalienteLot CalienteLos
Lot Angeles A elcs Cal June 5 5The The Boston Bostonspecial Bostonllpecial Bostonspecial
special hearing 25 5 Knights of Columbus Columbusand ColumbusHIId Columbusand
and visitors which arrived here today tOO8 tOO8over
over the San Pedro Los Angeles Sit
Lake road was delayed by a wreck at
Callente in which the passengers in two twocars twoMUS twoears
cars of the train had a narrow escape pe
from death Two coaches jumped the
track a as II a result it is thought of ofspreading orspreading ofspreading
spreading rails and tore ui u a consider considerable consldrable colasiderable ¬
able length of track Several of the
knights sustained slight cuts and bruises bruisesand bruisesaDd bruisesand
and one a delegate from Illinois named
Fitzgerald had his nose broken A seri serious StliOUs sealmis ¬
ous wreck was averted only by reason reasonof re8S6nof reasonof
of the fact that the train was running
only about seven miles an hour at the
time timeGIRL timeGIRL tImeGIRL
Billing BiIn Mont June 5 Mable Har Harper Harper liarper ¬
per a school girl aged 13 years daugh daughter daughter daughter ¬
ter of George Harper section foreman foremanof
of the Northern orthern Pacific Railroad com company comPMn1 cornpany ¬
pany committed suicide about 190 this thisafternoon thffiafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon by drinking one and onehalf onehalfounces onehaifounces onehailounces
ounces of carbolic acid Her mother it
is said had scolded her for some tri trivial tn tnvial ¬
vial ial offense Mabel was believed to
have gone to scliool S < hool in the afternoon afternoonwhen afternoonwhen afternoonwhen
when a member of the family on going
upstairs found the girl in the last ag ¬
onies of death
Medical aid was un unavailing unavailing tinavailing ¬
availing and she expired shortly after afterDE afterDE aftera afterDEHAVENTOTRYTHE
San S n Francisco Franc JICO June 5 iUnited United States StatesDistrict StatesDistrict StatesDistrict
District Judge John J De Haven will willleave willleave willleave
leave next week for Portland to sit in inthe inthe L Lthe
the United States circuit court in place placeof plRceof placcof
of Judge C B B4ilinger deceased who whowas whowas a awas
was designated by Circuit Judge Gilbert Gilbertto
to sit in all circuit court cases casesCONGER casesa casesCONGER casesCONGER
Mexico City June 5 iAmbassadorConiir Ambassador AmbassadorConger
Conger denies the rumor circulated in inAmerican inAm itAmlOan I
American Am lrloon papers that he would re remai x j jmain
main mai maiiiers Jiere but six months retiring to tobecorrfe tobeco iibecoi a
becorrfe beco a candidate for governor of olIo ci ciIot
Io Iot
Chicago Labor leader Charged With WithConspiracy WithConspiracy WithConspiiacy
Conspiracy ConspiracyINDICTED ConspiracyINDICTED ConspiiacyINDICTED
iHIGAGO June 5 5Cornellus Cornelius Shea Sheaf Sheapresident
CHICAGO 1 f president of the International InternationalBrotherhood InternationalBrotherhood InternationalBrotherhood
Brotherhood of Teamsters and andleader andleader andleader
leader in the strike 5trJk whfljhhas whib has existed existedin
in Chicago for the last two months monthswas monthwas monthswas
was arrested and taken to jail tonight tonightWith tonight tonightWith tonightWith
With him on the journey from the thesaloon thesalooh thesaloon
saloon in which he was arrested to the theoffice theoffice theoffice
office of the sheriff and then to the
jail was Hugh McGee president of the
Truck Drivers union Both men were
taken into custody custo on capiases issued issuedon
on indictments charging them with withconspiracy withConJpirac withconspiracy
conspiracy which were voted by b the thegrand thegrand thegrand
grand jury that adjourned last Satur ¬
day da night nightThe nightThe nightThe
The teamsters made overtures to the theemployers theemployers j
employers tonight by b asking for a con ¬
ference but failed to meet the require requirements requirements requirements ¬
ments of the attorneys of the Employ ¬
ers association associationAlbert asoociatfonAlbert associationAlbert
Albert Young Arrested Arres ed
Albert Young former president of the
International Teamsters union for forwhom forwhom or orwhom
whom a warrant was issued charging
him with criminal libel in connection connectionwith connectionwith
with assertions made that Robert J 1
Thorne secretary secretar of Montgomery Ward
Co had Offered 10000 to have a astrike a astrike astrike
strike declared against the rival house houseof
of Sears Roebuck Co 0 was arrested arre ted
late this afternoon He was taken be ¬
fore the sheriff sheri where he gave a bond bondof bondof bondof
of 15000 l OOO for his appearance when whenwanted whenwanted wheatwanted
Fatally Injured InjuredNonunion InjuredNonunion InjuredNonunion
Nonunion men are still being beingtatKssed
harassed by sluggers Albert Johnson
to DC a nonunion teamster teamsterwas teamsterwas teamsterwas
was severely beaten today toda at Four Fourteenth Fourteenth Fourteenth
teenth street and Ashland avenue avenueWhen avenueYhen avenueWhen
When found by the police he was in insensible insensible Insensible ¬
sensible and was bleeding from a awound awound awound
wound in the head He was taken to toa toa toa
a hospital where it was found that thatseveral thl1tseveral thatseveral
several of his ribs were broken He Hewill Hewill lieviil
will probably die dieCharles dieCharles dieCharles
Charles Dold president of the Chi Chicago Chicago Chicago ¬
cago Federation of Labor has resigned resignedfrom resignedfrom resignedfrom
from the teamsters strike committee committeeHe
He asserts that his action was due to tothe tothe tothe
the fact that for several weeks he has hasneglected hasneglected hasneglected
neglected the affairs of the Piano and andOrgan andOrgan andOrgan
Organ Workers union of which he is isan isan isan
an official officialMayor ofi ofiIIa1Mayor ial ialMayor
Mayor Dunnes Statement StatementMayor StatementMayor StatementMayor
Mayor Dunne has replied to criti criticisms criticisms criticismu ¬
cisms of himself contained in a report reportof
of the grand jury In a formal state statement s1tement staternent ¬
ment the mayor asserts that the re report report report ¬
port is grossly unfair and unjust unjustDenial unjustDenial unjustDenial
Denial is made to the charge that the themayor themayor themayor
mayor failed to exert full authority
He says saysIf saysIf saysif
If the grand jury means that I have havefailed havefailed
failed to call in the militia I answer answerthat answerthat
that until I fail to toget get wagons through throughthe
the streets and maintain law and or order order order ¬
der with the police I have no right rightlegally rightlegally rightlegally
legally or morally > to call for the as assistance assIstance asshatance ¬
sistance of the militia I do not in intend intend intend ¬
tend until it becomes necessary necess ry to todeal todeRI todeal
deal Chicago and its business interests intereststhat intereststhat intereststhat
that hurtful blow blowAnimus blowAnimus blowAnimus
Animus Apparent ApparentThe
The animus behind the < whote affair is isapparent Isapparent 15apparent
apparent Over three weeks ago certain certaininterests certainInterests certainInterests
interests in this city demanded that 1 1call 1call Icall
call in the militia A situation under the thelaw thelaw thelaw
law warranting such a call did not then thenand theaand thenand
and has not since existed I refused to do doso doso doso
so and I will refuse until it appears that thatsuch thatsuch thatsuch
such a step is necessary necessar necessarImmediately
Immediately Immfdiatt > ly after his refusal to call for forthe fortilt forthe
the militia the mayor asserts he was wasattacked wasattacked 85 85attacked
attacked in the most virulent man manner manner manncr ¬
ner nerContinuing Continuing he says saysDuring saSDuring saysDuning
During tne whole of the strike I have havedecided havedecided havedecided
decided and acted upon all questions aris arising ntislag ¬
lag during the controversy as though togh 1 1were 1were Iwere
were still sti sitting siting on the bench benh giving to toeach toeRch toeach
each side what wa was its it legal lgl rights rghtno rghtnomore rightsno rightsnomore gng no nomore
more or no less Jan lessand and my m action acton In this thisregard thisregrd thisregard
regard regrd I submit obmlt to the candid and impar impartial impr imprtia impartial ¬
tial tia consideration consideraton of my m fellow fellw citizens citizenshaving ctzens ctzenshaving citizenshaving
having at heart hr the interests interet of the whole wholepeople wbol wholepeople
people ppe without wiht being bing swerved swer from fro my mycourse mycourse I Icoure
course coure by the th clamor from either eiher side sideImportant sideImportant I IImportant
Important Important Legal Opinion OpinionA I IA
A notable ntble decision dein affecting conspiracy conspiracyproceedings copircy conspiracyproceedings
proceedings Inoc ing was waq made made today toay by Judge JudgePeter Jllse JllsePeter JudgePeter I
Peter S Grosscup Gro5up in the United Unite States Statesdistrict StatesiIStIi
district dltli iIStIi t court cor He lp declared delared that the th jail jailing jailin ¬
ing lo in of the two labor lab leaders lders Bernard Ber jlj
Mulligan Mulgn and John Jon H Donahue DORlmf > for al alleged 1 1leged
leged contempt of court in refusing refusng to toanswer toanwer toanswer
answer anwer questions tuetn possibly psibl incriminating incriminatingWHS
was WiS extraordinary extodinary proceedings proeing Judge I
Grosscups Grocups opinion opnio on account acnt of its is sal salerit sl slent salent
ent character chracter and an widespread widepred applicabil aplkabH ¬
ity i attracted atrcte much attention atenton Mulligan Mulliganand Mulliganand
Mulsn Mulsnan
and an Donahue Dhue who had hd been bn held hel in con contempt c eontempt ¬
tempt of court cour by Judge Kohlsaat Kohl t for re ¬
fusing fung to answer anwer questions queston before bfore Master
in Chancery ChanceI Sherman which whih the defend defendants defen defendants ¬
ants ant were especially espeIaly ordered by b Judge
Kohlsaat Kohlst to answer anwer were released rele Judg under
S s SEW e bonds bon by Judge Grosscup Groseup and a super supersedeas supersedeas
sedeas scde was w issued isue staying stying the Kohlsaat Kohlsaatorder Kohlsat Kohlsatorder Kohiseatorder supr suprscde
order following follwing application for a writ o oerror or orerror
error by the te respondents respondentsTeam respent respondentsTeam wt oJ
Team Owners Oners Confident ConfidentMembers ConfidentMembr ConfidentMembers
Members Membr of the Chicago Chicg Teamsters Tenters as association as association ¬
sociation sociaton express exress confidence confdence today toay that
the meeting m ting of the truck tck teamsters local localunion localunIon
union tomorrow toorrow night would wold make It lo pos possible peeaible ¬
sible slbe for teaming temlm contractors cntrcto to deliver po
to strikeaffected strlktsfftctf houses house That this delver will
be 1 done doe by b r granting Sntng the teamowners teamownrs thi wi the theprivilege theIrlvilge theprivilege
privilege Irlvilge to send snd nonunion drivers drher to the thestrikebound thestrkeboun thestrikebound
strikebound strkeboun concerns coCrs was the opinion ex expressed exIre cxtaressod ¬
pressed Ire by Secretary Seret T J Cavanaugh opnion to ¬
day day He said saidI 3id
I have reason reon to believe bleve that the local localunions locl loclunios localunions
unions unios rather than tha decide dee to submit to toarbitration toarbtrton toarbitration
arbitration arbtrton the question queton of allowing alowing ahlowIn sbi our ourraise
teams to make thee these delvere deliveries will simply
raise concerned concernedThere conerne concernedThere the th ban bn so far as a our or members mmbr wi are ae aeconerne areconcerned
There will w1 be a meeting mtng of the tht Team Teamowners Tem Temowners Teamowners
owners association asoiaton tonight at the th Great Gret
Norther Northern hotel htEl It I was w decided dede that an anultimatum anultmatum anultimatum
ultmatum ultimatum threatening thretening a lockout Jkout would
b be presented preented to the union tomorrow tomorrownight tomorrownight tomorrownight
night nightNEWELL night nightNEWELL
Special Speial to The Herald HeraldWashington Herl HeraldWashington
Washington June 5Chief 5Cftf Engineer I
NfWel Nwell r ewdl of the thf th reclamation relaaton service left
Washington Wahlngon today toda for the west on an
inspection inspeton trip of all al irrigation irrIgton e projects projectsnow projectsnow
now under way wa and proposed prOjtc He will
first frt so 0 into Oklahoma OklahoR PrDf and Kansas Kanss wi
thence thene to Nevada to witness wite an the opening opnlni
of the TruckeeCarson TruckeCron canal cnl thence to
California Calfornia working 4ii hl his way y north norh into
Oregon Washington Idaho Ida o Colorado
and Utah Utlt He Je expects expet to be In Colrado the far
northwest norhwest early clv In July JulyAMBASSADOR JulyAMBASSADOR ub fa
London Lndon June 5 5Whielaw 5Whitelaw Whitelaw Reid the thenew thenew thenew
new American mercn ambassador abasdor had an au audience audience audience ¬
dience with wih King Edward at a Bucking ¬
ham palace placE at noon today and present presentod presenta
od his credentials credentialsANARCHISTS credentialsANARCHISTS
a crentals crentalso crentalsANARCHISTS o a
Marseilles Marseie June 5 5Two Two anarchists anarchiststwo archI8t archI8ttwo anarchiststwoSpaniards
two twoSpaniards Spaniards Spaiad and ad one Italian Itla who whoarrived whoarhed whoarrived
arrived arhed here from Paris have been beenarrested beenarrested beenarrested
arrested on suspicion of complicity cmpUciy in inthe inthe Inthe
the attempt atempt on the theUfe life of King Al Alfonso AlLonso I Ion ¬
fonso on in Paris Pars Mary Mar 3L L 1 j
A Suggested Design for a New State Seal
Sugested Desig Sea
Proposal For a Conference of the Powers Signatory of the theMadrid theMadrid theMadrid
Madrid Convention Certain C rtain to Be Rejected by Great GreatBritain GreatBritain reat reatBritain
Britain France Frande Spain and Russia
EZ Morocco Friday Friy June Juna2N 3i No Nodoubt Nodoubt
FEZ F doubt is i entertained ontertalne in diplomatic diplomaticcircles diplomatC diplomatCcircles diplomaticcircles
circles that the proposal of ofMorocco ofMorocco
I Morocco to submit the French French pro proposals PtOposls proposals ¬
posals posls to a conference of the powers powerssignatory powerssigatoD powerssIgnatory
signatory sigatoD of the Madrid convention conventionwill
convelton conveltonwi
will wi be b categorically ct gorically declined delne by theBritish the theBritish he heBrtsh
British Brtsh French Spanish Spaih and Russian Russiangovernments R Rumngovernments n ngoverments
governments goverments Uncertainty prevails re regarding regarding ¬
garding the attitude of the other pow powers pw pwers ppwers
ers It I is thought in some quarters quartersthat quaer quartersthat
that Germany Gerany may utilize utiie the 3l4lp Mior Miorsh > r rish rish
ish i proposals proposls as aa a pretext preft to enter enterinto etr etrinto itcr itcrnto
into i nto direct diret ngottlons negotiations with lt Fratafje Fratafjein F Fin Fraben
in i n which whicRe whickeasa casa the MoroVcan loro cl qbebn qbebnmaypossibly < rueflHon rueflHonmaypossibly n nmaposibly
maypossibly besettled be settled in Paris
maposibly setted prs or orBarlin orBrln orBarlin
Barlin BarlinThe Brln BarlinThe
The fact that the Moorish Moorih question questionas queton quetona
as a launched on the th eve of the arrival arrivalhere arial arialh arrtsalhere
here h re of Gerald Gerld A Lowther the Brit British Brl Brltish ¬ I Iish
ish minister miniser here is commented upon uponand upn uponand j jand
and is regarded regarde as being bng a distinct distinctmark distnct distinctmark J
mark of discourtesy to Great Gret Brit Britain Bnitam
ain am
Count Von TattenbachAshold TttenbachAshld head headof headof headof
of the German mission mision is evidently evienty in inhigh inhigh inhigh
high favor at the palace place where htre he i
OXDOX OTO June 5 5A A dispatch di tch to a anews anews aL
L > news agency aency from Capetown CRptown says saysnative Sy Synathe saysnative
native reports report have hRve been be n received receivedm receivedI
m I official ofcial quarters quarter to the effect efet that thati thatWar thatWarmbad
i Warmbad War bad the German Gern headquarters headquartersin
in I southwest Africa Afri has fallen fRlln and andthat andthat andthat
that the garrison rri8n has perished phed Xo Xonews Xonews Nonews
news is i obtainable except from native nativeThe Dtve Dtvesources nativesources
sources sourcesThe sourcesThe
The rising risin of the Hereros against aains the theGermans theGermans theGermans
Germans in southwest suthet Africa Afric broke out outin outin outin
in the northern part of that colony clony early earlyin earlyin
in January 1904 19 and the depredations depredationsof depredatons depredatonsor
of the natives have continued contnued inter ¬
has tan frequent interviews with wih the t sell sultan sl sltan selltan ¬
Delcasse May Resign Resignf If Not Properly ProperlySupported ProperlySuppored ProperlySupported
Supported SupportedParis Suppored SupporedPais SupportedParis
Paris Pais June I iStrong Strong tension tenion is de developing developng devehoping ¬
veloping velopng in the cabinet as the result resultof reul
of the rejection rejecti by b the sultan sult of Mo Morocco Moroco Morocco ¬
rocco roco of the French reform proposals proposalsThe propss propssThe proposalsThe
The situation siuaton is similar simiar to that when whenForeign wbenForeign whenForeign
Foreign Minister lnister Delcasse pelcs suddenly suddenlypresented suddenlypresenrd suddenlypresented
presented presenrd lil l resignation r gatin He hasnot hasnotgiven hasnotgven baanotgiven
given gven any an indication indiCtion of Ms bs purposes purposesbut purse purposesbut
but ut reports nprts circulate circutate in well wel informed informedquarters iformed iformedquarters informedquarters
quarters that he may retire rtre if his Mo Moroccan Moroccan ¬
roccan rocan policy polcy does not received the theunited theunied theunited
united unied support of the ministers mnlster It I is isexpected i Isexpected
expected expoted that the sultans sulans action aton in inproposing Inproposing
proposing proPsing to refer the question queton to an aninternational aninternational
international conference will i be sub submitted sb sbmitted sellnutted ¬
mitted to the council counci of ministers minisers to tomorrow tomrrow tomorrow ¬
morrow mrrow The question IUeston of its accep acceptance acep aceptance acceptanee ¬
tance or rejection rejecton is likely to involve involvealso involvealso involvealso
also the cabinet cbinet situation siuaton
Warmbad Falls Fals Into the Hands of infuriated Natives Natves and the theGarrison theGarrison theGarrison
Garrison Is Put to Death DeathDetais DeathDetaisNot DeathDetails DeathDetailsNot Details DetailsNot
Not Obtainable
I mitet rnitteiatly ever since Settlers Setlers were weregovernment wereolllged
I oblie olllged to take refuse at tbf th Ylrus Ylrusgoyerment various variousgovernment
government goyerment stations statins where here they theyattacked were wereattacked > er
attacked and numbers killed kied After Aftersuffering AfterI Aftersuffering
suffering sufering two slight slght reverses German Germantroops Germln Germlntroops1ast Germantroopsiast
I troops troops1ast last August attacked the Hereros Hererosat Herer0
at Waterburg Va terbu 1 dispersing disprsing them with withhjeavy wih wiheay
hjeavy 1 1 eay loss to the natives natves Fresh Freh trouble troublearose troublearose troublearose
arose in October through a rising of the theBondelzwarts theBondelzwart theBondelzwarts
Bondelzwarts Bondelzwart Hottentots Hotentot9 and Witboers Witboersin Vlboer
in the southern souther part of the colony colonyWarmbad colonyWarbd colonyWarmbad
Warmbad Warbd is a mission station in inGerman inGerman inGerman
German southwest Africa Afrc about 135 135miles 13 l5 l5miles
miles mies east of the mouth of and twenty twentythree twentythree twentythree
three miles mies north of the Orange Ornge river riverIt riverI riverIt
It I Colony is not far from the frontier of Cape CapeColony Cap CapeColony
New York June 5 5Plns gPlans Plans to estab establish eab eablsh estabish ¬
lish lsh l harmony in the affairs affair of the Equi Equitable Equitble Equltable ¬
table tble Life Assurance society 5iety were fur further further further ¬
ther complicated complcted today toay by the resigna resignation reia reiaton resigliation ¬
tion ton of two more directors direcors making five fivein fivein fivein
in all who have recently recenty retired retred from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the board A dispatch disptch from Boston an announced announ announeed ¬
nounced noun < cd that T Jefferson Jeferson Coolidge Coldge had hadtendered hadtendered hadtendered
tendered his resignation resignaton to take effect effectimmediately efect efectImmediately effectimmediately
immediately This was followed by the theresignation theresigaton theresignation
resignation resigaton of Jacob Schlff Schif head of the thebanking thebanking thebanking
banking house of Kuhn Loeb Lb Co Cowho Cowho Cowho
who has been a member of the board of ofdirectors ofdirectors ofdirectors
directors for twelve years In addition additionannouncement additionannouncement
yers aditon aditonannoun
announcement announ < emcnt came cme from Cincinnati Cincinnatithat Cincnnat Cincinnatithat
that Melville Ielvie E Ingalls Ingals would also re resign resig nosign ¬
sign signJohn sig signJohn
John A Stewart one of the commit committee Comml committee ¬
tee of o seven appointed applntel by the directors directorsat dirctor
at their last meeting meetng to nominate nominte a achairman achainan achairman
chairman chainan of the board bard said id today that thathe thathe
he would not decide deCde on what course oure he hewould hewould hewould
would adopt until unt the special speial meeting meetng
of the directors direcors called caled for Wednesday WednesdayD We nPsRI
D O Mills 1 Is another member of the thecommittee thecommite thecommittee
committee commite said sid in all al probability probabihr he hewould hewould
would resign resi 1 but would not decide decde pos positively posiively peaitively ¬
itively iively until unt the board meeting It I is isunderstood isunderstood Isunderstood r
understood that August Augst Belmont Belont has hasdecided hasdeided hasdecided
decided deided to serve on the nominating nominatingcommittee nominatin nominatingcommittee
committee commitee regarding this as his duty dutyto dut dutto
to the society Mr Belmont Belont however howeverdeclined howeyerdeclned howeverdeclined
declined declned to discuss the affairs afairs of the theEquitable theEquitable theEquitable
Equitable EquitableThe Equitable EquitableThe
The inquiry into the affairs afairs of the so society sodet soriety ¬
ciety det was resumed today toa at the Equita Equitable Equit Equitable ¬
ble offices ofces by State Superintendent of ofInsurance ofInsurnnce ofInsurance
Insurance Hendricks Gerald R n Brown Brownsuperintendent Brownsuperintendent Brownsuperintendent
superintendent of the bond and mort mortgage mortgage mortgage ¬
gage department of the society societ was wassummoned wassummoned
summoned and Second Vice President PresidentTarbell Preident PreidentTarbel PresidentTarbell
Tarbell Tarbel was again agin questioned questoned Super Superintendent SuperIntendent Superintendent ¬
intendent Hendricks said
that he had hadalready hadalready
already examined Jacob H Schiff Schif but butwould butwould
would not say sa what other directors had hadbeen hadn hadbeen
been n before him
St Petersburg June June 5 iLabor Labor leaders leadersare j jare iarc
are negotiating negotatng for the purpose puros of dej dejGlaring de dc dcdaring i icarng
Glaring carng a general generl generalatnike strike strke next net Saturday SaturdaySt
St Petersburg June 5 5Te 5The The union unin of ofRussian ofRusslan ofRussian
Russian journalists journlsts today chartered a asteamer asteer asteamer
steamer steer and cruised crise in the Neva for six sixhours sixl
hours hour so as to hold a meeting meetng free from I jpolice Ipolce ipolice
police polce interference intererence The meeting meetng passed pase I ja Ia Ia
a resolution resluton demanding a a a constituent constituentassembly cOltituent coontituentassembly I Ia
assembly a mbly and hailing halng the advent of a aRussian aRussian I
Russian Russia revolution revolutionMoscow revoluton revolutonIoscow revolutionMoscow i
Moscow June 6 240 40 a m mThet mThetmeeting The Themeeting
meeting metng of the allRussian aURusnn zemstvo zemstvocongress zemslvocongess zomstvocongress
congress congess came together today todaJ for forwhich forWhich forwhich
which 245 45 delegates delegte from various variouszemstvos variouszemshos varIouszemstvoa
zemstvos zemshos and municipalities municiplte ihcluding
the mayors of twentyfive twentYfve cities cItes ar al ¬
rived rved here yesterday and at which it itwas i itwas
was proposed propose to introduce resolutions resolutionscalling reolutons reolutonscaUng resolutionscalling
calling caUng for the immediate imediate cessation of
hostilities hostites has been prohibited cesston
The order orer of prohibition prohibiton which ar arrived arrived arnlved ¬
rived only late last lat night has aroused
the greatest greatet indignation and resent resentment rent rentment resentment ¬
ment mentVery mentVer mentVery
Very Ver many man of the delegates delegtes are deter determined de1rmined delermined ¬
mined to defy Ier the government and to toproceed toproceed toproceed
proceed with thecongress the congress in which whichcase whih whihce whichcase
case ce trouble may be expected
The more radical rdical of the delegates delegte are areproposing areproposing areproposing
proposing measures mesures of an extreme type typeand tpeand typeand
and there is the ge greatest test anxiety over
the probable development today
Delegates DelegtesreprenUng representing the social soial rev revolutionaries revolutionaries revolutionarles ¬
olutionaries and the league leage of leagues leaguesare
are are also in the city ciy and an effort leges is be be ¬
ing made madp among aong them to agree on a a
basis for common cnon action acton <
Trepoff Trepof Expected Exected to t Keep Terrorists Terroristsin 1
in i Subjection SubjectionAN Subjecton I II I IAN
Ca T PETERSBURG June 5 Gen General en eneral
ST 0 eral Trepoff TreJof went to TsarkoeSe TsarkoeSeloe TsrkoeSe TsrkoeSeJ
Joe J teday t to thank thnk the emperor epror eanperorfor eanperorforhis lor lorhis
his appointment as assistant asistnt minister ministerof
of the th interior inter and ad to confer with wih his hismajesty hismjet hismajesty
majesty mjet regarding regring the exercise of ofthe ofthegreat the thegreat theget
great get powers entrusted to him himby himb himby
by b the czar which was wa published publshed in inthe inth inthe
the th official ocil Messenger lfesenger this morning mornirgCuriously morningCuriusly morningr
Curiously Curiusly the appointment apPintmet of General GeneralTrepoff Genral GenralTepf GeneralTrepoff r
Trepoff Tepf to his new nw post is not gazetted gazettedand gzetted gzettedand
and comment commet in St St Petersburg today toda is ischiefly ischiefy ischiefly a
chiefly chiefy busied with wih speculation spe ulation on the theuse thO theuse
use which Major General Generl Rydzefsky Rydzfsky
TrepofTs Trepofs predecessor predeeor as assistant assi9nt min minister minister mm ¬
ister of the interior who is not a par particularly partcularly particularly ¬
ticularly tcularly strong man and who now no like likeM lke lkeM
M Termloff Yentoff former faner minister of agri agriculture agiI agniculture ¬
culture uure has been given a seat st t in the thesenate
senate snate will wi make of his new powers powersIn pe peIn I
In government gernment circles circe8 the appoint appointment appint ¬ 1 1tnt
ment tnt of General Geeral Trepoff TrepS as assistant assistantminister asistnt asistntminister I i
minister of the interior widening the thescope thescope I
scope p of his authority authorit so that he may mayaccomplish mayaccomplish
accomplish Acoplsh in the whole empire empie what whatlie whatle whalhe I
lie le has h done de In St Petersburg Petersbur since sinceJanuary sinf
January TaDu 2S 2 is i regarded rerded as an obvious obviousstep obvius obviousstep I I I i
step for the emperor to take tke if he is isdetermined isdetenine i
II IIstep
determined detenine not to abandon the th funda fundamt i imental I
mental mt principles of Russian RUEin rule and andtrnso andtransform I J Jmonarchy
trnso transform th autocrcy autocracy into a lmie ilmited I Imonarchy I Inrchy
monarchy nrchy of xthe the west European Europn type typeHas tp
Has Maintained Order OrderI J JIt I IIt
It I is claimed that Trepoff TrepoS since his hisappointment hi hisappointment I I
appointment appintment as asgoemor governor general of St StPetersburg St
Petersburg Petersbur has hs maintained maintaind order orer here herehas here1 I a
has ha prevented pevente a recrudescence recrdescenc of the thetumults thtr I Imul1
tumults mul1 of January JRnuar 22 2 without wihout loss of oflife ci cilife r
life and has handled the situation I
lfe ha situaton with withthe wih wihthe I Ithe
the needed firmness finnnes yet without wihout giv giving giving ¬ I
ing in cause cuse for complaint asthe as as the late Von VonPtehve I IPiehve
Ptehve Plhe did by the adoption adopton of unneces unnecessary unnecessr ¬
sary 91 sr stringent and arbitrary measures measuresTrepoff meare measuresTrepoff I
Trepoff Trepf is one of the busiest and most mostenergetic mostenersetie inosienergetic
energetic officials ofcals in Russia and he he re requires requires ¬
quires quir the same long hours of attention attentionto atenton atentonto I Ito
to duty from his staff maS The general generalis gtneral gtneralis genera generais
is at his desk shortly after 7 oclock oclockin ocloCk ocloCkin oclorhIn
in the and
morning his subordinates subordinatesare
are expected to be on duty at 9 oclock oclockInstead oclockInstead oclockInstead
Instead of keeping the easy hours ex exacted exacted cxacted ¬
acted by other officeholders ofceholders Trepoff Tepof in invariably invariably invariably ¬
variably works work late into the night night and andhis andhis andhis
his secretaries secretries take turns turs at an extra extrahour extr extrahour
hour of duty dut early earl in the morning and andat andat andat
at night He will wi not remove his head headquarters headquarter headquarters ¬
quarters quarter to the ministry ministr of the interior interiorbut Interor Interorbut Interiorbut
but wJlLtlirect wilirect the affairs of his new newposition newpsiton newposition
position psiton from his present chancellory chancelory
in the St Petersburg general govern government government governmeat ¬
meat ment
Mark for Anarchists AnarchistsOne AnarchistsOne
One of TrepofFs Tepofs secretaries secretares said to tocautions today today
day that i It was realze realized that the pre precautons precautions
cautions cautons taken for the safety of their theirchief theirchief theirchief
chief must now be redoubled as the theprominence theprominence theprominence
prominence of his his nejv office ofce and the thefeeling thefeelng thefeeling
feeling of the radicals that he
feelng was ap appointed appinted appointed ¬
pointed pinted as dictator dicttor to pull down the thereform thereConn thereform
reform movement will wi make him a amark amark amark
mark for the terrorists no matter mater how howmoderately howmoderatcl howmoderately
moderately moderatcl he may execute exeute his duties dutiesIt dutes dutesIt
It is not considered improbable that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the general generl may ma find immediately Immeiately em employment emplyent employment ¬
ployment plyent for f r his new powers at Mos Moscow lIo lIocw Moscow >
cow cw where here the social democrats demorts and andsocial andsocial andsocial
social revolutionists r > volutonists are planning to tohold tohold tohold
hold conventions eonventons this week simultan simultaneously simultn simultneously simultaneously ¬
eously with Shipoffs Shipota zemstvo congress congressto
to which hlch it i is now proposed prposed to give givewider gi giwider givewider
wider scope the mayors of all al the cities citiesin ctie citiesIn
in Russia having been invited to send senddelegates senddelegate senddelegates
delegates delegate and take tae a stand stad in regard regardto
to the continuance of the war The an announcement announcement announcement ¬
nouncement that Minister nni ter of the In Interior Interior Intenor ¬
terior Bouligan Boulgan has tendered his resig resignation resignaton resignation ¬
nation naton is coupled with the report that thathe thathe i ihe
he did so partly partl perhaps on account accountOf accunt accuntQf
Of f the augmentation augmentton of the powers power of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his subordinate Trepoff Trepf but chiefly chiefy be because beCUSe because ¬
cause CUSe the work of his commission is isfinished Isfinihed isfinished
finished finihed and the project for the calling callingof clng clngof
of a national assembly assembl is in the hands handsof hads hadsof handsof
of thfr theminister theministerRuss themlfliSters themlfliStersRuss ministers ministersRuss
Russ Was w s sin in Error ErrorThe ErrorThe ErrorThe
The Novoe Vremya today asserts aserts that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Russ was in error in declaring that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the report reprt of the Bouligan Boulgan commission commissiondoes cmmission cmmissiondoe commissiondoes
doe does not formally foraly outline outlne the form and andfunctions andfunctons andfunctions
functions functons of ot the proposed assembly assemblyand assmbly assmblyad assemblyand
and ad the Novoe Vremya Yrep gives the prin principal principal prinelpal ¬
cipal pointsof points ot of what it claims caims is the thenew thenew thenew
new project project In brief bref it is said id to toprovide toprovide toprovide
provide for a body of 400 to 600 mem members member membeau ¬
beau ber with wih limited lmied rights rghts of interpella interpellation interJa interJaton1u ¬
tion ton1u but having h ing the t theinltiative initiative nittive in legis legislation legi legilaUon legislatloS ¬
lation and powet J0W powetc bfl 9 discussing dlscu8sin the thebudget thebudget thebudget
budget and audiuns audi expenses xpene
J 4 4F l lFernstrom
Fernstrom F rnstrom Casts the Only Negative Vote When Whenthe Whenthe Whenthe
the Final Test Was Applied AppliedLong Appliedlong AppliedLong
Long and Acrimonious Debate in Which Threats and Bitter BitterPersonalities Biter BiterPersonaltes BlUerPersonalities
Personalities Personaltes Play Prominent Parts PartsPrincipal Principal Features Featuresof
of f the New Ordinance OrdinanceWil OrdinanceWill Will the Company Accept
A FTBR FER being ben in session sC8ln for nearly nsry five fivei fve fvehour fiveM
A M i hours hour the th city ci council cnl at 1246 1246oclock 1 l24ociock
oclock ocok this thi morning ming passed p th the sub substitute sb sbsttute substitute ¬
stitute sttute ordinance ordinnce granting SntQ a cowwIWa cowwIWaXion CH conselidatlon
Xion lon and extension eten oC o the th franchise trl of ofthe ofthe
the Ut Utah h Lght Light Railway Raiwy company elY for forfortyfive forfortyfive
fortyfive years ers from fr Jan an 1 190S J 3 or o until unt un ontil ¬
til t Jan Jai 1 1991 1991A 191 l9 l9A
A Ion Ion hoax and an acrimonious acimonio debate dte pre preceded pr prcede proceded ¬
ceded cede the vote by which whih the th ordinance ordinancewas eeInJWewas
was wa passed ISe which whih was wa wa participated prtipte in inby Inh inby
by h Councllmeu COlnIm Wells e Fernstrom Fernra and andTuddenham Kd KdTU41denhm andTmldenham
Tuddenham TU41denhm on behalf bhlf of the th Ptah t Light LightRailway Lht LhtRaiway LightRailway
Railway Raiway company and an by Councilmen CouncilmenBlack Counhn CouncilmenBlack n nDlck
Black Dlck Martin Iarin Hartenstein Hartenein A J 1 r DaVIS DaVISand > avte avteami
and Hobday Hoba on O behalf bllf of o the th solid solideight solidelght Id Idef
eight ef ht with wih occasional i01 remarks remark by Coon Councilmen Coonclimen ¬
cilmen cimn Prcece Pre Wood Yo and an others othersTo oher othersTo
To the th surprise of th th the small sml but bt inter interested intereted interesteel ¬
ested eted lobby loby srfr which whih was compoaan el mainly mainlyof 1nly 1nlyof mainlyof
of general lenl officers off r of the th Utah Uth Light LightRailway L LightRailway b
Railway RnwK company comPny and an employes em oy of that thatcorporation tbt tbtrlonUon thatcorporation
corporation < rlonUon hut one vote ote was wa cast castagainst caM caMaSint castagainst
On the thefinal t tfnai thefinal
against aSint the substitute 8UbttUtt ordinance or O
final fnai roundup rundUlt Councilman < OUliID Feitutrom FeitutromWHS Fel FerstFOIHwas
Was its it only active actve oDponent oDponentAfter opn opp0050tAfter
After Ar tb the transaction trcino of considerable considerableother cderble cderbleotbe considerableother
other otbe business bunes the substitute sbttte ordinance ordinancewas OrdInIICwas
was reached in its Is regular relar order ordr under underthe unr unrth underthe
the th head hd of pond Ifin nondina ins ordinances orlnRI Then Thenarose TiR TiRarose Theaarose
arose a question queto as to whether whtlr It I was wasto WS WSto waSto
to be b read red the second Snd or o the third thir time timeand thu timeand
and an a long log discussion cl uso ensued ensu before bfoe the thepoint theItnt theseint
point Itnt was ws wa determined determinedFernstrom determine determinedFernstrom
Fernstrom on the Firing Line LineCouncilman LineCouncfln LineCouncilman
Councilman Councfln Fernstrosa Fertro contended ctend cost ended that thata tht thta thatmotion
a motion moton to take all n matters mten pertaining pertainingto Jtani Jtanito
to t o the th extension of the ti Utah Light Lightailway A ARailway
extfnn Lht LhtRanway
Railway R companys franchises frlhi out ot of ihe ihehands behnds be heands
hands hnds b bl ands of cOIpns th th the joint committee cmmlt to which whichits wlh whicht
its it l t anuIlcHtlon aptitl for fu an extension xuso was ws re referred r reerred ¬
erred ffrnd nearly nrl three thrf months month ajo S should shouldIH 8hld 8hldmade
I IH s > made ami a ni adopted fot Cimncilmei CimncilmeiBUek CUI CUIBk Cuunciimeilack
BUek B lack Martin Marin ar1 811 A J D Dmvis did di not notasree nt ntlrP notgree
asree a lrP with h ConnrilmHn on ilf Kwnstroin 1 fFro white whiteCouncilman 1hi whileouncilman
Councilman Counimn C was correct VorrcctIt cornct correctIt Wells Well thought thoht his bi position positionwas pln plnwas
It I was finally 011 held hIthat thattko li ordinance ordinancemust oinl ordinancemust
must be b read n and that tht 7th the reading readingwould redin redinwould readingwoald
would be the tle third It I was als als also held heldthat heldhat
that t the > ordinance orinne woud wod be b subject snbjt to toamendment toWJdnnL tornPdmeiiL
amendment amendmentPalling a WJdnnL rnPdmeiiLFalling
Palling Jaln to carry crr their point nt in I regard regardto r
to t o th the nwimi mn nianet r in which the th ordinance ordinanceHjK ordtuanchould
suld s HjK hould > wld be b brought bought before o the tb council CUloU fr fraction 1f forctlon ¬
action acton s Councilmen tonlR Fertuttrpm JierDI and Wells Wellstook Well We1look
took tok t another anh lark and endeavored endao to tohave toha toave
hs have ha h ave e the t council cnci go into executive eJ4tve ses session s S Skan ¬
sion sn s ho kan This move was opposed o e by b Coon Coancilmen Con Conelmn CoonI
Hobday HoW cilmen elmn o Black Blck Martin arUn A J Davis Dv and andHobday andHobday I
Wells Wels Frees His Mind MindCouncilman MindCMltlmn MindCouncilman
Councilman CMltlmn Wells Wel made mad a long speech speechin sh shIn
in I n which whi he b regretted r tte the failure faiue of the themembers themmb tioL
members mmb of the ti sH solid lid lk eight ei ht to take a asensible asnbe L
s sensible view of the situation siua n They Th bad badx hata I
snbe a chance chan to titles M s a franchise franhis that tat would wouldbe woukhe
be b just to both bth pP the tl city ciy and the th com company c ¬
pony pny but had permitted prmte themselves teslve to tobecome tobome tt ttr I
become bome Winded bUndt1 to the tl best bt interests intere of ofboth orth o r
both th the city ct and an the th company cmpny They Theywere T Tbe Tbeere r
were ere re cerlalnly cpr1alnly not n doIng ding Justice jsU to tne tnecompany thucompany
company compny and ad he h felt certain crt that tht the thecompany thui
company would waull not nt accept apt the tI proposed proposedfranchise p propoee4franchiSe i
franchis ifpassed ifpassedCouncilman Irpasd IrpasdCoune
Councilman Coune mn Fernstrom F rntrm went further furtherthan furt furthelr er erthan r
than Councilman Conlmn Wells Well and an talked tlke of ofpolitical ofpltcl o opolitical r
political bosses b and newspapers that tht dis distort ¬
pltcl tort public pubic opinion an DfWspprs and mislead mird their theirreaders theird theirncf thelireaders r
readers d He opni said it was all ll right for forto feat
r i ito
the councilmen ncf e front o the FIfth h precinct precinctto i t
to act as they t ey were wer acting actng in the fran franchise franchis ¬
chise chis matter mtter but 1t the councilmen cunlRD from fromother fromoher fretsother I
other oher precincts pretlts ought out not to do d so soSounds s SOSounds
Sounds a Note of Warning WarningAsked WarningMktcl
Asked Mktcl by b Councilman Couniman Black Blek to what wht he hereferred hi a
referred rfffr r he ht said Sid The h American AnEr party partycarried pr pattiarried 1
carried cried c rc the Fifth Fifk It I means man religion rlQ noth nothing noh nohjn ¬
ing jn l ug more ntot or nothing nothin less l thats what bMt It Itmeans i1 t
means mn Then Tt > n he hf said si the councilman councilmanwho counclrn a
who wh were antagonising ant oing fair treatment tnament for forthe folhe r
the t he rtah rth lta Light Railway Rilwa company companywoukl copJ companwouki
woukl wkl have he to settle stte with their thir cinistitu cinistituerts Cltttu
erts trt e etc They would woul find fn that they th had been beenweaving 1
weaving a rope p that would wol get pt tangled tangl up upin ii s
in i n their ther necks nek and an hang han them lbEm There TherewetiW S
wetiW Wpi he h an end e to their then politic pit careers careersCouncilman c careersCouncilman r L
Councilman Counclman Hartenstein Harlt > nten a wke asked Ued Council Councilman Couniiman Couneiiman ¬
man Fernstrom Ftrrm if i he was wa speaking Jakl by byauthority b
authority authoty a in i nredicting nrUn what wht was lkly likely to toi t thappen F
happen ba n to the te solid sid eight ept remarking remarkingi Ting remarkin remarkinhat
ts that t if by his hi act in if voting voln for fO the tb sub substitute subS ¬
stitute sttute s franchise frnchi he h was w digging dig hte htepolitical I h S
political political ICI grave he b was w ready rad to go pinto pintoCcnlma into intoCouncilman int intCouncilman S
Councilman Ccnlma Fernstrom Fet exnHined Shine that tt ttdd too tood I C
d dd dt rd d not nt mean mn to make maE a threat t t only oly to totell totel ti tiC S CS
tell tel t ell what wht was ws likely lkely to happen lupJn when bJ the thevoters lb lbC C
voters yol got ot another anhr chance chanc at rome rO of the thecouncilmen thi thicouncilmen C
councilmen councilmenSolid cunime cunimeSolid councilmenSolid o
Solid Eight to t Seven SevenA cen cenA
A motion m tlon t by > y Councilman Conrtman Fermrtrom F1J tr trgo t tg t ta a >
go g into ito executive Y ttve serofon sE was W loet t by b byayes a avote ayotf
vote yotf of 7 ayes av to X noes nO tw t rdMI o etgHt etgHtvoting ehtvoting
voting votng in the t negative negativeCouncilman ntVf negativeCouncilman et etvotng
Councilman CmmcimHn Wells efl meted mol after fCI a tortf tortfspeech loi S
speech sJ h to give the lh company emnya a an extcn x iei ieiof ic icof I SI
of fifty ffty years year from fT Jan 1 H05 J instead ird t f ffor
substitute substituteThis substtute substtuteThis for fortyfive foryfve years ar as 3 provided prvdt ha i the thesubstitute thesubsttute th thsubstitute t
This motion moto caused clUtel accuser afoth IOIM IO hong drawn drawnout dawnout a
out discussion discuSO but it i was finally fnaiv btsttn btsttnby hsttl hett hettby 0
by a vote ote of 7 ayes ae to 8 JUTS JUTSThen J insThen
Then Th4n Councilman Counciman WHls US iRovd moed to ru l
Detroit Mich Ich May ay 6 GAn An el electria electriastorm 1PtrkI 1PtrkIstor > ctrhi ctrhistorm
storm stor which seems en1 to have ha gone > through throughof tblu h hlower 1 1lower
lower Michigan lchigRn tat late to today to took ti the for form formof
of a a tornado torKdo Through the th counties Cna of ofTuscoka ofTusokt ofTuseoka
Tuscoka Tusokt and Sanilac ft i swept sw a path th rI rIdeath f fdeath
death and devastation destton half hf a mile mil wide wideThe wde wdeThe wideThe
The Dead DeadMary DeadMary DeadMary I
Mary Smith child childChild chid chidChlil childChild
Child Chlil of Edward Phiipots Phi pl a farmer farmernear frRr farmernear r rner
near Urban
LrbanFataly Fatally Fataly Injured InjuredThree InjuredThre InjuredThree
Three Thre children clJldre of Edward Ewar PfcHpote PfcHpoteSmall PI PkflpolaSmall
Smul Small son so of John ohn Smith SmithMrs Smith SmithMrs
Mrs Mr Wagner WagnerMrs WagnerMrs Va1ner Va1nerII
Mrs II William ilam Hutchuson HutchusonWilliam HutchUD HutchUDilam llutehusdnWilliam
William ilam Doess DOCr DOCrSeriously Doesser DoesserSeriously r rSeriously
Seriously Injured InjuredJohn Injuredohn InjuredJohn
John ohn Smith Smih arm aI broken brokenChild hrok brokesChild
Child Edward Ghid of Philoots PhilootsIn PhUot John Smith arm am torn ten off offEdward off offEdward
In addition additon to the above Elsie Ee Apple Appleman Appleman
man aged 12 I was killed kled by being b thrown throwninto trown trowninto throwninto Appe Appeman
into a lock lockFOURTEEN lok lokFOURTEEN lockFOURTEEN
+ 4 r London Lndon June 6 GThe The Tokio cor correspondent cr crrespondent correspondent +
+ respondent of the Daily Daly Telegraph Telegraphf Teleraph Teleraphsys Telegraphsays +
+ f says sys there were ladies ladie on board bo the thebospial thehospital + f
4 + hospital bospial ships ship captured cptured by b the theJapanese + 4
4 9 + Japanese including Vice Admiral Admlnl AdmlnlRojestvensks + 4Rojestvenskys
+ Rojestvenskys niece who asked askedf ake askedpermission +
+ f permission perision to nurse nure her uncle unclef unle unleThe uncleThe +
+ f The correspondent correpndent says say that the thetotal thetotal +
4 + total Russian Rusan casualties casualte in the t + f ff
4 + f naval battle batte were I4WO 1 perished perishedf perh + 4and
+ f and 4600 460 captured capturd while hile hle 2064 J Jcapd es en enF + f
4 + F capcd He adds that a large per perf + 4centage
pr prcentage
+ f centage of the prisoners prisner are aro suffer 4 f
4 4 ing from disease diseasef diseaseFRENCH dises disest sufr sufrIng +
4 f +
+ + t 4 t + + + + t I + t 4 + t + t + + + t + t + t + 4 4FRENCH + + + + + + + + +
Etienne Etenne Franc Frnc June Jun 5 iFI 5FIre 5FIredestroyed Fire Firedestroyed
destroyed an extensive portion rUon of the theibusiness thebusiness
business Quarter of this thlS city lty The Theloss Thelos Theloss
loss los is i estimated estmated at 3Q0000 SIOOO 5OOOO
peed pen the tb rules rl to hear h from fr Judge JUe I IGrand IGraR IGrand
Grand GraR Towns YODI general Jer counsel cnl for r ti tiUtah t1Ut tttTtah
Utah Ut i Light < ight Railway RlWAY company cpny ohj ohjtton ohjt1 ohjtimi > <
tton t1 having havln been made mAe to hearing bng f fr r rm rmhin > > rr rrhim r rhim
him hin while whil the t ordinance ordin was wa being bing real realand ra raan t4 t4and
and an while whie Jt t was w subject sbjt to amendment amendmentThe lendmlnt lendmlntTe mendmeitThe
The Te motion mot was voted vote down a > fS fSno is isnoes S Snoes
noes no s sCounrilman R RCounciman SCouncliman
Counrilman Counciman BL K S H Davis Dav move moved t t to taka ti tak tska
a recess r until untl S p m Wednesday eny I Los Losi sf s
6 ayes KYe 10 noes R This Thil Th motion mon was wa r rnewed rneed rnewed
newed need several times tme during dlr the th next net h hI hbt hbut
I but bt was wa vt voted vate down dw each e time tm timeCouncilman
1 Councilman Councl Wells Weil tried tr to have hve the thestitute thesUtute thestitute <
stitute ordinance orine so s amended J as a to a agrant agnt arant
grant an extension of franchise trl to ti tiUtah t 1 1Ut tUtah >
gnt etenon
Utah Ut Power Powe company compy without wtt that t vr vrporation a r rIto rporation
poration Ito being bn Tlre reouired to put pt up iu iunecessary vTh v uHecnsery >
necessary J3W sel This Th was WI voted vo down downFifty dw dwFify downFifty
Fifty Fify HorsePower Free FreeThen FreeTn FreeThen
Then Tn an a amendment anet requiring rurn f fcompany tcompny Icompany
company compny to t give to Salt Slt Lake Le City Ct fr frthe frth frthe
the th equal eual of 8ve fifty tfy horse ho power pw of oftriral 1 1tr 1 1trlcal
triral tr energy enr instead Ined of thirty tiry hor horpower horpwe hotpower
power pwe as a provided pve in the t original o1 dri driof dr drdof < j L Lof
of the th substitute subitue ordinance orln was W adopted adoptedj MCptfj MCptfjAt
At the th of the
j suggestion 88tln te city cy engineer ong1nortbe
I the section 8tin of the ordinance odine providing poving gnlft 4
for fo the transfer trfe to the th city ey of o land ld an aj ajwaer a I Iwater 1water
water waer rgt rights in Big Bg Cottonwood C6ODWO canyo canyowas c 3jJi 3jJiWas
was w made mad more me explicit explicitThe expliit explicitThe
The T following flewt amendments ndmt werlaco wer weradopted wcrr wcrradopted
adopted adoptedImmediately aco adoptedImmediately
Immediately Immitey following folowln section st No 5 5and 5 5and
and aD Af a an addition aiton thereto threto Insert Jnt
Said Sid Utah Light Lgt 8 Railway Rlway company companyshall cmpay cmpayU companyshall
shall U furnish furi to t the he city cit at such sch times timesas tmls tmlsa
as a 5 said sd city ciy may require reuire gravel gvel cars c and andshall an 1 1shl Ishall
shall shl haul hul gravel gvel and dirt dr for fo said ald cii ciifor etfor 1f 1fI
for fo street srt Improvement Imovemt purposes pr at a rea reasonable nasbt reiamiable ¬
I amiable sbt rates rt to be h agreed e upon upn bMw bwf bMwthe r rthe
pony the tl ponyAdd council 11 of said H city cty and said 8 com company compy cornpony ¬
panyAdd py
I Add to section Mn 8 at a the th end en thereof thereofIn theer theerIn
In case Ca the tI city cty council cnl shall shal here hereafter hreI hereafter ¬
after grant grn a franchise fnclSe over oer any any of its itsstreets It itsstreets
streets strb to any ay other oher street strt railway r1wa or orinterurban 41 ccInterurban
I interurban interrbn company CJY said s Utah Uta Light LightRailway Ugt UgtRiwa LightRailway
Railway Riwa company cmpn shall shaJ allow alw such olh olhcompany of h htlpn t tcompany
company tlpn running rnn arrangements arr mnt over ofr i ii iitracks f fI i itracks
tracks trrJ to reach rach any y important imprtt termlnus termlnusor tenlml tenlmlor termIr termIror
I or center cnter upon up just Ju compensation Cnion bring bringmade biigmade ojlg
made m by such sh other oer company comppy for or I Itrktn astructkn >
I I Ktruction trktn maintenance mintenc and an use us of tia tiatrack t1 totrack
track tracks used usedMust usedMust
trk or o trck so S usd usdMust
Must Sprinkle the Tracks TracksResolved T TacksResolved ck
Resolved Relve That Tht at the te end e of section ston 9 9be 9b l lbe
be b inserted 1nrtfd the following folowBb provision provisionThat provISionThat vin vint
That t said si company cmpay shall sl hereafter hereafterduring hr4attr hr4attrdurng hereafterduring
during durng the life of said 8 street 8 railwav railwavfranchises niw niwfrlKhis railwtvfranchisee
franchises frlKhis and a each eh of them be b require requireto requfr
to keep kep the space between btwe their diff dffen dlffereT dlffereTrails aren i irails
rails rais and an tracks tk sp and ad also as a a space SI8 tw twfeet tvfet twfeet >
feet fet wide we outside ote of the te outer ote rails railsthe of ofthe o othe
the outer ot r track trck properly prly sprinkled In Inconformity Incformty Inconformity
conformity cformty to the te ordinances orde spne ia 1 force forcoupon tOr3 tOr3upn forceUOfl
upon such sh subject subjectInsert sbjet subjectInsert
upn Insert lMr as a section aion No 11 the foUowioz foUowiozThe folwinz folwinzdut foliowthzThe
The duties dut and a liabilities UabuUe o ofsaid Vtali VtaliLight rwl ltatiLight
Light Lgt Railway company cmny in respect ret t tpaving tpvn tpaving < >
paving repairing protecting prten aad a Carte carirfor crb Cartefor
for pvn portions ltiR rerng of the th streets stt occupied oe ocoupledits h hits bIt >
its It tracks trk shall shl be b as fixed fxe in sectiors sectiors2S9 cUors cUorsand s sa
2S9 and 288 of the reviser revir statutes ste > f fUtah futai
Utah Uta a of 3S96 1 and said sections sections are ae here hereby hee heeby hereby ¬
hereofJudge Hereof HereofJudge s
by made mde a a part Jr 1f
Judge Young Gets a Chance ChanceWells ChanceSphe ChanceSpeeches
Speeches wer were mde made by Concimen ConcimenVeil Councilmen CouncilmenreIS
Wells Veil reIS Sphe Fernstrom Felto Harteastetn Haattn Tudd Tudd1ham Tuddh Tuddham
ham h A A J T Davis Dv Black Bl Holiday HoaLT HoaLTohrs tr i iothers Iin
others ohrs in support of their t11 respective pt8 con contentions c ctentions Jr Jrtentons ¬
tentions tentons and an supor then ten Judge Tude LeGrand Lrd To YOiwa Yewas rj rjwas
was wa accorded the th privilege prvlge of the te fl flHe f ftHe >
He told of the efforts eco of the t Utah Ut Li L t tRailway tRUwy tRailway
Railway RUwy company cmpy to t secure an a exui exuision eXE eXEslo ex exaba
aba of its franchisee and said the F1 F1pny cr crPliny < > n npany
slo it fchis a s
pany was seeking Skng for fo nothing noln more moe tl C tia i ia
a pny fair far exchange exchge of o its holding oig on T TCottonwood FCotowo i iCottonwood
Cottonwood Cotowo creek crek with wt the te city cty He F Henot IU 61no < IUnot
not no regard rerrd the th substitute sbttute ordinance od as asto a f fto < > c cto
to the company Cmy and Rn was w convinced cvlP t tI tr trJ t1 t1I
I the tb company epy would wol Dt not ot accept acp it It T7e T7evote Te TeI Tovote
I vote vot stated statedi MatedThe was then tD taken te with w the te resit resitstated re nsa nsaMated t tsae
i sae The solid sli eight t who wh forced foet tm sJ sJstitute S SI sstitute
stitute ffutt > ordinance oinae through throuh the te council ci are areCouncilmen areI e eI
I Councilmen Counlmn Bck Black A J Davis D Pa PaHartenstein P PHartenttin PHartenstein
I Hartenstein Hartenttin Hobday Hoy Martin Main Xeufc Xeufcsen Xtur Xeuison
son n Wood Wo Those T who finally fnly voted vtfd wi witht wt wtthem wiH wiHthem
them tht > m for fo the th passage of the th ordinance Onc are areHewlett a aHwl aceIlcwiett >
Hewlett Hwl U Barnes B p E E H Davis Dav Pritc Pritci P
J i I Tuddenham TudEnham and aO Wells Wel Councilman CouncilmanFernstrom Coca CocaI CcrsiictlxnflFernetrom
Fernstrom stood true to his colors ana anaI ai1
Ferstrom so tre h co ac
I I voted vote agi against the te substitute s ttut ordinance orac oracI ordinanceI
I Mayors Veto Not Sustained SustainedThe Sustaine
The T council unn failed fail to sustain stn the te mayors mayorsveto maors maorseto mayorsthe
veto eto of f the th appropriation of 408966 06 to toIrav t tIpsv feI <
Irav I par P J T Moran o for lowering lotrn the Bll Bell BellTelephone Belleiephoan
i Telephone TffphO companys Y8 conduit cit in Brigiiarc Brigiiarcstreet Bliglarl Bliglarlstrt Bnigliartstreet
the work workcredited Wvrkt workcredited
street strt The T inspector on o t
credited t M Moran In with th but Si8 CoC 33I62 2L and ad thC tfcalaavor tl6 tl6gavo thCmayor
mayor gavo and city engineer were we unable uahIe to toI t toimdcratsrld
I understand tmdtr cy why einr the th bill bi should sold be b aty atyj ay ayI aL7ISrgvr
j larger I T But B the council cncl by a vote voe of ofay ofI Tl Tll
l aves ay PV to 4 noes J tl decided to stand t by its itsaction it ItSaction
action in making the tbf appropriation appropriationA
a A trn petition Iti lg was wa presented pw apoat to the te counr courl courlI 1 1last IInst
last I t night asking atn that Main Xa street streetr sft sftr streetfrom >
r < vrl 1 ntt from r Fourth Fourh South Suth to Ninth Nth SOT 8111 8111trt i istreet
street on trt fl stretr stretrA stru It I was ws referred rfer t te the th committee committeeon cmit e eon
A nuaaber of property owners resid residin 1it resin resinin
in t nb b vicinity o ppr of Westminster Wee WestminSterprelezted NJ NJprt < oi oipretested
pretested prt t tcrh to the tht councilagainst eoundl unl an against the T sr srposed > r rPosed rJc <
Posed cnentag of streets and aur au auihr au authregb s sthrough
e aD
through ihr Jc CDc tn t the oolJese cU o grounds Referred Reffrred f fthr tt > S Sthe
the t cbrratittee r = mktf on 01 streets stre g and a the te cit citRttcrrey ct cttrr catsttcrtey
Rttcrrey trr
LongContinued LngContued Distress Distess Signals Sigs Un Unanswered UnansweredBeleved UnansweredBelieved ¬
answered answeredBeleved answeredBelieved Believed to t be bein bein oe oein
in No Danger Daner Danerew
4 New ew York Yok June S 5A 6A A Mg b jaeom jJm jJmID 4 4
+ lug ID steamship stehip went wet ashore a late l last I lastnight t tni +
+ night ni ht off f Point Pont Lookout Lkout to the t east eastThe e3t e3to + 4of
+ o of Jones on Inlt Inlet ne near Fpt Freeport 1 L I IT 4
+ The T steamship selp te i supposed to o be b a alne +
+ 4 liner lne but until ul long lon supp after te midnight midnght midnghtI +
4 I it h had b been Imp Impossible I to le learn her bernam hername +
4 + name nam The sea s is running extreme + 4
4 + ly 1 high hih and a the people of O Freeport Feprt Feprtde Freeportdared 4 4f +
+ f dared de not nt venture ventr ppe far enough enou out in inbt 4 +
4 boats bt to tolen learn anything anyting about aut the thestrne 4 4 4stranded
+ 4 stranded strne vessel V vesselThe 1 4 +
+ 4 The Th steamship ssblp blew bew loud and ad lens long 4
4 4 continued tnu distress dit signals for fo a an n 4 4
+ hour hr and an then ten began bg burning burl red +
+ blue blue White WIte and an green gen signal I Iwhich +
4 4 which apparently aprety were wer unanswered unerl +
4 from fr any ay source sur 4
4 + The life le saving vn station stt at Freeport Fprt 4 4
4 is abandoned ando there tHee being bng only onl on 0 na naloan +
4 man In charge The
mn cre Te steamship Btelbip Btelbipsopp steamshijstopped +
4 stopped signaling gl about abot 136 1 oclocV k karer 4 4after
+ sopp after arer being bing ashore for an hour h oc ari ali aa +
4 + fortyfive minutes minute and a began b play pia +
4 4 ing two searchlights Ught in an anot effort ort to tvl tolocale + +
4 + locate l her hr position positionPersons +
+ + Persons Pfron living lng po on o the th coast wer erp erpptve + 4positive
+ 4 positive that t the grounded gnde co vessel 1 i ione js
4 + 4 one ptve of the te big bl 1n liners They Th base bs bsthi 4 4this
4 4 showing showng showngt this thi belief bll on the te Ion long long line lin of lights Ugh b bshowng 4 4
4 i The incoming loomll liners scheduled sheul to toarve 4
t 4 arve arrive toa today inue Include t the Ki Kaiser r Wi Wil Wilhelm +
+ htm helm II Ill the Crtc Cretic aD and the Asoria Astort AstortThe +
4 + The Te coast ct lookouts lkous of o the te Merrltt Merltt Merltti 4
4 + Chapman company reported rrt to their thiroffc 4
4 4 office offc in this th compnv Is city ety that the te steamship stemhlf 4
i 4 4 was ashore aor but said al no calls Cdlw had h +
4 been bn mado mdn for assistance aJtanp aJtanpT 4 s
4 + The T steamship stmhlp is off what wh is isknw 4
4 + 4 known knw as a 0 Jones Jo beach bech a long In tow 1 4
4 + lying Jn s Maa ji bar br about seven se e or 0 teht eJh 4 4miles
4 + miles mie to th we west eat of orF Fire island Iand The Thetsea t 4
+ 4 sea is i smooth smOh and as a the tht vessel vessellies I I1M +
tsea + 4ger + 4 8r gr lies 1M she be is 1 I believed beo to bo b in i I ra < > dan dan4ger dan8r + 4 4gr
4 e
+ 444 + + M1 1 M t t t m + + H 4 + + + 4 H44 +

xml | txt