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z r411I i SALT AT1 TLAKE TA1t1 HERALD TflflAT1 lIO Y JITL 3TTTV 17 17iez 1905
DRIVEN TO BAY BAYBY BAYBY BAYBY
BY NERVY LAD LADTwoiundredpoundBrute LADJr LADTwo4IundredpOundBrute
Jr JrTwoJ1undredp
TwoiundredpoundBrute TwoJ1undredp undi13rute Assaults JAs auJt U1t it itfixye a aSixyeafdlflGirl aSixyearolas
SixyeafdlflGirl fixye Sixyearolas i i Giit GiitHUNTED lir1 lir1HUNTED v vHUNTED
HUNTED WITH SHOTGUNS SHOTGUNSTHREATENS SHOTGUNSTHRE SHOTGUNSTHREATENS
THREATENS THRE TENS TO KILL YOUNG BOY BOYON BOYON BOYj
j
ON HIS TRAIL TRAILk TRAILDOGGING
I k OGGING the footstons of a 200 200pound 200pound 200U
DOGGING U pound brute whom a weepingmother weeping weepingmother
mother had pointed out to him himAlva
Alva Blake a n 17yoarold boy braved bravedclubs bravedclubs bravedclubs
clubs and blows and only abandoned abandonedIlfs
fits chase when the fugitive drove him himat himat hUnat
at revolvers point from a n moving movingtrain movIngtrain movingtrain
train Up to a n late hour last night the theAollco thePIollco
Aollco olico and sheriffs deputies were hunt ¬
ing the man who had assaulted a aQyearold aGycarold atiyearold
Qyearold girl on the City and County
building grounds Between this city cityand cityand cityand
and Murray men were out with loaded loadedshotguns loadedshotguns loaded8hotguns
shotguns shotgunsYoung shotgunsYoung 8hotgunsYoung
Young Blake began the pursuit after afterthe afterthe afterthe
the mother frantic at the story of her herlittle herlittle herlittle
little girl had chased the man from froma
a vacant lot near Fifth South and andState andState andState
State streets The little girl had met metthe metthe E
the fellowearlier tellow earlier In the day Missing Missing1er
her daughter tho mother was first firstworried firstorrled firstworried
worried then wild with anxiety The Thelittle TholIttle TheIttle
little girl camo to her In the afternoon afternoonand afternoonand afternoonand
and told her story The man was still stillIn sUllIn stillin
In sight and the mother ran toward towardhJm towardm towardhim
him m He retreated as she approached approachedjnd
jnd nd finally broke into a run Then Thenyoung Thenyoung Thenyoung
young Blake met the woman womanShe womanShe womanShe
She was crying said the boy and andtold andtold andtold
told me to follow that man till I could couldfnd couldhad
find an officer I asked her what was wastoer washer washer
her addros and then I followed him himThe himThe himThe
The Boy Was Game GameFollow GameFollow GameFollow
Follow him the boy did He kept as asclose as105C asdiose
close as possible behind the fugitive fugitiveho fugitivewho
who ho was making his way In a zigzag zigzagcourse zlgzagCOurse zigzagcourse
course south and west Once the man mantopped manItopped
topped and picked up a pi > ceof ce of two twobyfour twobYfour twobyfour
byfour Ho faced about and came cametoward cametoward camttoward
toward the boy boo The latter stood his hisground hisKrOund hisground
ground and as several men were com coming coming corntog ¬
ing Into sight the fellow started on onagain onagain oilagain
again At nother time he lay In wait vaIt
behind a haystack near the Portland
Cement companys plant but the boy boysaw bo bolSaw bosaw
saw him just In time timeHero timeHero timeHere
Hero George Palmer met young youn
Blake who told him what little he h
knew and what he had surmised about aboulthe
the affair He begged Palmer to tele telephone telephone telephone ¬
phone to the police This he did at atonce atonce atonce
once onceThe onceThe onceThe
The patrol wagon with Sergeant t
Roberts and Driver Will Armstrong Armstrongwas
was driven as fast as possible to the thecement thccement S Scement
cement works Two minutes before S
its ts arrival the fugitive had leaped leapedaboard leapedaboard leapecaboard I SI
aboard a southbound freight train
Toung Blake first filling his pockets pocketswith pocketsYlth
with rocks boarded the train He Hevvas HeWas Hcwas S
Was on a ladder looking down along alon i
the cars carsfor for his hl quarry when he heard hearda hearca I iI
a noise above his head looking up he hesaw hesaw hE S Ssaw
saw the man he had been pursuing
He held a revolver and said saidJump saidJump saidJump
Jump off or Ill blow off ot your head
Blake leaped off and made his way wa r
to tho cement works worksCountry worksCountry worksCountry
Country Up In Arms ArmsRoberts ArmsRoberts ArmsRoberts
Roberts notified tho county Jail and anc I
headquarters ht > Word was sent to Mur Murray lurJn Murray ¬
ray Jn at once Making a hurryup run
bark to the passenger station Roberts S
had the dispatchers telegraph the themans themans th thmans
mans description des < ripUon down the road
Later in company with Detectives S
Raleigh Ral lgh and Shannon and young youti
f Blake he took a double rig and drove drov
down to Murray llurra looking along the thorailway theruilwuy S Srailway
railway track for the man wanted wantedeantlme
Meantime Deputy Marshal William
Caldwell of Murray had kept watch watchnothing watchof 1 1of
of the freight train but had seen
nothing of the fugitive From section sectionmen sectionmf sectirnmen
men mf > 1l he learned that th t a man answer ¬
lug In the description had started afoot t
back toward Salt Lake He at once oncenotified oncenotifIed one S Snotified
notified parties on Fourteenth South Southand Southand Soutiand
and Twelfth South streets of the facts factsand factsand factsand
and these men went out with loaded loadedshotguns loadedshotguns I Ishotguns
shotguns on the hunt huntIn huntIn huntIii
In Bingham Junction tho train crew crewsearched ClCWsearched crc V Vsearched
searched the freight cars but found no a ci
trace of the man The search was wa
kept I f > pt up in Murray and Salt Lake until untilearly untilearb tiutiearly
early morning but up to that time had hadnot hadnot ha hariot
not resulted In a capture captureRIOT capturcRIOT captureRIOT
RIOT AT DEDICATION DEDICATIONOF
OF A ANEW NEW SYNAGOGUE SYNAGOGUESt
St Louis July 16 16rwo Two thousand thousandpersons thousandpersons d dpersons
persons fought with the police today in ina Ina I n na
a wild scramble to gain admittance to t 0
the dedication services of the new newsynagogue newB ise isesynagogue
synagogue B nagogue of the Congregation Sharis
Sphard A number were clubbed but butnot butnot bu Lt Ltriot
not seriously hurt hats wore crushed crushedwomens crushedwomens i
womens dresses torn and several wo women woJuen wemen E iE ¬
men fainted The edifice was crowded crowdedtx d dto
tx to > its capacity when the doors were wereclosed wer e eclosed
closed upon a 3 horde that filled Wash rl1fh L ¬
ington street for a block The out outsiders outsiders L Lalders ¬
siders tried to force the doors open and anda an l la
a L cordon of police was summoned Sev Several Several Se Secml ¬
eral persons became belligerent and andpolice andJJolice an anpolice
police clubs were brought into play In Inthe I
the confusion confuslonBFrank BFrank one of the direc directors directors dfre dfretors ¬
tors of the congregation was dragged draggedinto draggedinto d dinto
into the street and roughly handled 1
Finally the police got the upper hand 1
RUSSIAN CENTER CENTERIS
IS PUSHED BACK BACKcoupatiffh BACKC BACKtSuth
C mpfete 1Yccu coupatiffh ti u of dfS tSuth tSuthiniyJapanese South uth Sakh6 Sakh6e
ili e linbyJapaneseEIGHT linbyJapanese iniyJapaneseEIGHT 1 1 f Jfanese JfaneseEIGHT
I
EIGHT PRISONERS TAKEN TAKENPREPARATIONS TAKENPREPARATIONS TAKENPREPARATIONS
PREPARATIONS FOR DEFENSE OF OFVLADIVOSTOK OFI OFVLADIVOSTOK
VLADIVOSTOK VLADIVOSTOKTokio V ADIV STOK STOKToklo
I b
Tokio July 16 2 p m mIt It is officially officiallyannounced officiallynoun
i announced noun cd that the Russian Ru sinn center centerholding centeholding centelholding
j holding Darline and vicinity was at attacked attacked atacked ¬
tacked t July 11 and offered stubborn re resistance resIstance ¬
sistance The attack was renewed at atdawn atdan
dawn of f July 12 iz when hen the Japanese Japanesedislodged Japanc9Cdislodg Japanesedislodged
dislodged d the Russians driving them them in inthe Inthe inhe
the t he direction dir ctlon of Mauka This victory victoryensures yictor yictorensures
ensures complete occupation OCcup lion of south southSakhalin southSakhal1n
Sakhalin by the Japanese Eighty Eightyprisoners EightyprIsoners
prisoners were taken by b the Japanese Japaneseamong Japancseamong Japaneseamong
among whom was Lieutenant Maximita MaximitaFour MaxImltaFour
Four field pieces one machine gun and andammunition andammunition
ammunition warehouses were com completed completed ¬
pleted The Japanese loss was about aboutseventy aboutseventy
seventy s men men killed or wounded The TheRussians TheRussians
Russians lost 160 men menWill menWill menwill
Will Make a Stand StandTokio StandToklo StandToklo
Toklo July 15 7 p m mReliable Reliable in ¬
formation has been received hero that thattho thattho thatthe
tho Russian forces in northern Korea Koreahave Koreahave
have gradually been driven northward northwardsince northwardsince
since s last month and now hold only two twopositions twopositions
positions south of the Tumen river riverThe rlyerThe riverThe
The latest information from the front fronthowever fronthowever
however reports the advance south of ofa ora
a large force from Vladivostok but It Itis ltIs
is believed the Russians will m halt at atNogiefsk atNoglefsk
Nogiefsk north of the Tumen and con concentrate concentrate ¬
centrate their forces to make a reso resolute resolute resolute ¬
lute stand there against the Japanese Japaneseadvance Japaneseadvance
advance advanceThe advanceThe advanceThe
The rainy rain season has set in in Man Manchuria Manchuriaand ¬
churia churiaand and prevents movements on a alarge alarge
large l arge scale
Wreck Is Complete CompleteTokio CompleteToklo CompleteToklo
Toklo July 16 16Admlral Admiral Yamada Yamadacommanding YamadacommandIng Yamadacommanding
commanding a squadron sent north on ona ona ona
a reconnaissance reports that the Rus Russian Itussian ¬
sian cruiser Izumrud is a complete completewreck completewreck completewreck
wreck and that there is no hope of re ¬
floating her The vessel lies beached beachedheading beachedheading beachedheading
heading west southwest on the th north northern northern northem ¬
ern em point of the southern entrance to toVladimir toVladimir toVladImir
Vladimir bay about 200 miles north northeast northeast northeast ¬
east of Vladivostok VladivostokA
A report by Captain Baron Ferzen of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Izumrud said that during the bat battle battle ¬
tle of tho sea of Japan the Izumrud was wascut wascut wascut I
cut off ot from the remainder of the fleet fleetand fieetand
and steamed at full speed for Vladivos Vladivostok Viadivostok ¬
tok with Japanese cruisers in pursuit pursuitSubgequently I ISubsequently
Subsequently he changed his lourse course ourse and andmade andmade andmade I
made for Vladimir bay arriving there thereon theron
on the night of May 29 At 130 oclock oclockin
in the morning of May Ma 30 the Izumrud Izumrudran Izumrudran I
ran on a reef at the entrance of the thebay thebay thtbay i
bay and being short of coalthe coal the cap ¬
tain tam ordered the crew ashore and blew blewup ble bleup bicaup
up the vessel vesselBougouin vesselBougouin vesselBougouin
Bougouin Pardoned PardonedTokio PardonedToklo PardonedTokio
Tokio July 16 16Premler Premier Kabura on onthe onthe L
the authority authorlt of Emperor Mutsuhito Mutsuhltohas Mutsuhitohas
has signed a a pardon for Captain A E EBougouln EBougouin
Bougouin and Ttfaki his hl Japanese Japaneseclerk JapaneseIerk Japaneacclerk
clerk The amnesty includes freedom L
from public surveillance surveillanceCaptain surveUlanceCaptain surveillanceCaptain
Captain Bougouin a prominent E
French resident of Tokio and former ¬
ly 13 < attached to the th French legation legationthere legationthere legatiorthere
there together with his stepson F
Strange who Is an Englishman and an I
Maki akl a Japanese clerk who acted as asBougoulns a E EIlougoulns
Bougouins assistant were arrested Jn ir r
May charged with ith being spies for foj
Russia Bougouin was sentenced on or 1
July 10 to ten years at hard labor the S
judgment declaring decl rlng that he had been beenengaged beenengaged S Sengaged
engaged in searching for and reporting reportingartillery reportingartillery reportingartillery
artillery secrets Maki confessed and andwas andwas anc I Iwas
was also sentenced Strange was re ¬
leased after the preliminary examina examination examination examination ¬
tion in June there not being enough enoughevidence enoughevldenco I Ievidence
evidence at hand to warrant holding
him
Llnevitchs Army ArmyTokio ArmyTqklo ArmyTklo
Tokio July 16 ISIt It is unofficially re reported reported reported ¬
ported tha that General Linevitchs force forcenumbers e eiiumbers I
numbers nearly 400000 now and It Is Isreported I Ireported
reported that ho is extensively using usin usinwater
water transportation to bring forward forwardmen forwardmen I Imen
men supplies and Ammunition
An officer who recently returned from a
Manchuria expresses expres es the opinion that t
Linevitch plans a great demonstration demon tratlon S
to synchronize with the meeting of the theplenipotentiaries theplenipotentiarIes tb e eplenipotentiaries
plenipotentiaries but that lIe does not no t
intend real aggression aggressionIt aggrc slon slonIt
It is understood that Captain Bou Bouguoln Bouguoln Ecuguoin
guoln returns permanently to France FranceSEWING FranceSEWING FranceSEWING
SEWING MACHINES FOR RENT RENTBy RENTB RENTweek
By B week or month at low 10 rates The Th C
Finger ingeris is acknowledged the lightest IIghtestrunning lightestrunning i irunning
running and most convenient < onvel1l nt of o any an
Try one and be convinced Only at the th e
Singer stores Look for the theed red d S 43 4
So Main St Salt Lake City Utah UtahMost Utahfost Utahdot
Most fost of tho peopl from Utah TJtahcounty count county ir irat
at Lagoon Tuesday Tuesda July 13 13Eagles 18f 18Eagles iSEagles
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Eagles day da Saltair today toda
In Connection with Our Ourri OurClothing
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Clothing Sale SaleWhich SaleWhich
Which begins today we annoimce annoimcethe announc announcthe i
the following reductions reductionsjn in OUT stock stockof stQGkof stkof
of Negligee Shirts without reserve reserveVV reserveI
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150 I 50 Shirts r 110 110rt 1 0 0I
rt v i75 I 7 5 Shirts > > i2c 12 125 5 f
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RUSSIAN PEOPLE PEOPLETRUST PEOPLETRUST PEOPLETRUST
TRUST M WITTE WITTEWisaomof WITTEvtisd01n WIITEWisaombf
Wisaomof vtisd01n f Czars Choice Becomes BecomesMore Becom s sMore
More Apparent Every Day DayMESSAGE DayMESSAGE
MESSAGE TO ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTPRINCE
PRINCE OUKHTOMSKYS SUIT SUITFOR SUITFOR
FOR SLANDER SLANDERSt
St Petersburg July 16 16if M Witte Wittespent WIttpspent Wittcpent
spent s an hour with Mr Meyer 1 < her the theAmerican theAmerican
American ambassador at the Klein KIefnmicliel Kleinmichel KleIn
michel palace today discussing the theforthcoming theforthcoming
forthcoming f peace conference < e Before Beforeleaving BeoreleavIng
leaving l for Paris next n > xt Wednesday M MWitte MVitte
Witte will ilI have still another audience audiencewith audiencewith
with the emperor and in the meantime meantimehe
he h e must pay a round of official visits to toall
all a ll the imperial ministers M I Witte VUteIs
aI
is I s expected to be the bearer of a Der Dersonal
sonal s message from the emperor emperor to toPresident
President Roosevelt The Associated ssoci3tedPress
Press Is authorized by b M Hartwig di director
rector r of the first department de > artment of tho thoforeign
foreign f office to deny in the most cat categorical catgorical
egorical e fashion the reoort of the al alleged alleged
leged l contents of the Instructions of otM
M i l WItte published In Paris by b the theEcho
Echo de Paris and elsewhere abroad abroadMere abroadMere
Mere Guesses GuessesReports
Reports pretending > to reveal the thecharacter theoharacter
character c of the instructions to the thei theRussIan
i Russian plenipotentiaries are mere mereguesswork mereguesswork
guesswork g said Id M 1 HaHwig These Theseinstructions Theeinstructions
instructions i have been seen by only onlyfour onlyfour
four f our persons the emperor M Witte WitteForeign VltteForeign
Foreign Minister Lamsdorff and my myself myself
self s elf The Echo de Paris says fa s they < con consist consist
sist s lat of live pages whereas the fact is isthe
I they the t cover over twenty pages The pa paper paper
per p er says the instructions inst uctlons are very veryvague ver vervague
vague v ague while on the contrary they the are arevery arevery
very detailed On one point only ac according according
cording c to the Echo de Paris are they theyabsolutely the theabsolutely
absolutely specific namely as to tho tholeveling tholeveling theeveling
leveling l of the fortifications of Vladi Vladivostok Vladivostok Viaillostok ¬
vostok v but I can say to you ou that there thereare thereare therere
are a re many others il y a bien dautres dautresPure dautresPurc dautresPure
Pure Inventions InventionsI
M I Hartwig also pronounced the sto stories stories
ries that M 1 MuraviefTs displacement displacementwas I
was the result of intrigues by b Foreign ForeignMinister ForeigriMinister
Minister Lamsdorff to be pure inven inventions Inventlons
ions tlonsThe t
The Xovostoi says it believes that the thodesire
desire of the antiGerman coalition coalitionwhich
which Great Britain is trying to en enineer
srineer ineer to restore Russia as a threat threatagainst threatagainst
against German aggression should be bea bEa
a powerful diplomatic weapon in the thehands thehands thehands
hands of the Russian plenipotentiaries plenipotentiariesEurope plenlpot plenipotentiariesEurope > ntlaries ntlariesEurop
Europe wants to end the war ar says saysthe saysthe sas
the paper as Russias preoccupation preoccupationin preocoupatioliI t
in I n the far east destroys the political politicalequilibrium poUticalequlIlbrium I
equilibrium Austria is in danger from fromGermany tromGermany L
Germany which seeks a a thoroughfare thoroughfareto
to the Adriatic in exchange for com compensation compensation
pensation in the Balkan peninsula Ger Germariy Germany
many has pretensions now which she shewould sh
would nothave not have dreamed of before the theRussoJapanese
theI
RussoJapanese war It is evident from fromthe fromtho frorrthe I
the Morocco incident that Europe waists waistspeace aIts aItspeace
peace in order that Russia may safe safeguard
guard her against again German aggression aggressionSupports 1lggressionSupports
Supports Witte WittePrince
Prince Mestchersky editor of Grash Grashdanln Grashdanin
danln In warmly warml supporting M Wittes Wittesappointment Wittesappointment
appointment declares him to be the theonly f
only Russian statesman equal to the thetask thetask
task set him himReports himReports I IReports
Reports are printed that M Putkov Putkovsky Putkovsk
sky sk formerly Russian financial agent agentat t
at New York Y rk will be added to the com commission
cornS
mission or will replace as one of the thecouncilors thecouncilors S
councilors to the plenipotentiaries M MShipoff l lShlpoff
Shipolt director of the Russian treas treasury treasur ¬
ury ur department but these thesercportscan thesercportscannot reports can cannot cannot
not be confirmed tonight tonightCount tonightCount
Count Ignatleff instead of Prince PrinceSviatopolkMirsky PrinceSvlatopolkll1rsk S
SviatopolkMirsky will succeed M MBoullgan 1 1Boullgan
Boullgan as minister of the Interior Interioraccording interioraccording interioraccording
according to the Slovo SlovoPrince SlovoPrince SiovoPrince
Prince Oukhtomsky editor of the theSt theSt thi
thit
St Petersburg Viedomosti has brought broughtsuit broughtsuit t
suit against the Novoe Vremya and M I ISk3alkovsky
Skaalkovsky for slander M Skoal SkaalkovskY
SkealI
kovsky in the Novoe Vremya has not notbeen no I
been sparing in his attacks on M Mu Muravieff Muravleff
ravieff and on July 11 as told in thesedlspatchc these thesedispatches
dispatches Prince Oukhtomsky took tookM took1r
M Skaalkovsky personally to task in intho ii I
tho Viedomosti whereupon the former form iiI > r rwriter I
forrneit
writer assailed the prince saying that thatho thatho tim t
ho was no fool but recalling Victor VictorHugos VictorHugos VictoHugos r
Hugos observation obsefOatlon that while every ceryman ever
man has a a right to be a fool he should shouldnot I
not abuse the right Prince Oukhtom Oukhtomsky
OukhtOmI
sky was also arraigned for alleged I j
subsidies m1b ldles which he received from the thegovernment thegovernment tlv D
government and for his Interest in inrailroads Ii I i Irailroads
railroads and fantastic Mongolian Mongolianmines longolianmines I
mines which compelled him out of ofgratitude otgratltudo o
gratitude to compose servile pane panegyrlcs panegyrIcs
gyrIcs
Wlll Be No Duel DuelIt
It was thought that these attacks attackswould attackswould S
would result in a u duel duelbetwcen between the two twowriters twowriters a
writers writersThe writersThe
The Bourse Gazette prints a long longarticle
article attacking the Northeastern Si Siberian SIberian SIberian ¬
berian company of St Petersburg Petersburgwhich Petersburgwhich
which is presided over by M Contion Contionllvsky ContionlIvsky
llvsky having Admiral Abasea of ofTTalu ofYalu o f
TTalu fame among the stockholders but butwhich butwhich bu t
which the paper says is really managed managedby manage d 1
by John Rosin an American for the thebenefit thebenefit th e 1
benefit of Americans The Bourse Ga Gazette Gazette Gazette
zette asserts that the company has tak taken taken
en entire possession of the spacious spaciousChakotsky spacIousChakotBlty 8
Chakotsky peninsula where mining miningprivJleges minin g
privileges are denied to Russians It Itcharacterizes Itcharacterizes I t tcharacterizes
characterizes the whole affair as aswarning a awarning awarning
warning against the American Invasion Invasionof Invaslof
of o f Russian territory which is connived connivedat d dt
at a t by the Talu scoundrels scoundrelsSTEAMER scoundrelsSTEAMER I
I
STEAMER FINALLY FINALLYALLOWED FINALLYALLOWED I IALLOWED
ALLOWED TO LEAVE LEAVEHonolulu LEAVEHonolulu
Honolulu July 16 16The The steamer Stan Stanley Stanley I ¬
lf ley l ay Dollar left at midnight last night nightfor nightfor nigI it
for f or Victoria B C taking 400 Japanese JapaneseThO JapaneseThe r
The vessel was given a passenger passengerlicense passengerlicense r
license l after an examination by In Inspector Inspector 1 ¬
ls Irfl
spector s lt Birmingham who came here on onthe ontho o ohe fl i
the t he Manchuria ManchuriaThe ManchuriaThe
The Stanley Stanle Dollar gave a a bond for Ic r r
36000 In her libel cases Captain CaptainBruce C ptaln ptalnBruce a i
Bruce was acquitted on a a Qharge of ofgrossly ofgrossly af f
grossly cheating prospective passengers passengersby S s
by selling them tickets to Seattle passengelTi when whenthe whenthe whe whethe Ti i
the vessel was Unable to leave A Asimilar Asimilar A
similar charge against Mr Dollar will willbe willbe wi wibe ii Aii
be tried next week weekQUIET weekQUIET weekQUIETSUNDAYFOR
QUIET QUIETSUNDAYFOR SUNDAY FOR FORROOSEVELT FORROOSEVELT
ROOSEVELT FAMILY FAMILYOyster FAMILYOyster 1 I
Oyster Bay BayJuly July 16 16Presfdent President Roes Roosevelt Roofeclt 5 ¬
volt clt passed today at Sagamore RoesII Hill HillAccompanied HillAccompanied HI II
Accompanied by Mrs Roosevelt their theirchildren theirohlldren the thechildren HIir ir r
children and his guests he attended attendedthe attendedthe d dthe
the morning service at Christ church churchbut churchbut h hbut
but did not leave his home during the theremainder theremaInder U Uremainder e
remainder of the day No NOotllclal official visi visitors visitors vis vistors ¬
tors were received receivedSecretary rec receivedSeiretary lved lvedSe
Secretary Se rctary and Mrs lIrs Loeb left Oyster OysterBay Oyst ir irBay r rBay
Bay this afternoon for a n months so sojourn so sojourn s 5 ¬
journ In and near the Yellowstone YellowstoneNational YellowstoneNational YellowatotNational ie 5ie e
National park They will make brief briefstops brietstops bri isf f
stops at Chicago and at Minneapolis Minneapolisroute en enroute isfn nroute n
route During the greater part of their theirsojourn t the elr elrOjourn ir irsojourn r
sojourn they will be b In camp In the themountains themountains U IC ICmountains c
mountains mountainsALEXANDER mountainsALEXANDER mountainsALEXANDER >
ALEXANDER BETTER BETTERNew SETTERNew BETTERNew
New York July 1C GTbe The condition of f
James W Alexander former president presidentof at atof t
of the Equitable Life Assurance society societywho soclet3who societ y ywho <
who Is ill at a a retreat on Long island islandwas ISlandwns a awas
was today reported to be generally im improved Improved in 5 5proved ¬
proved
INCENDIARY I NCEN DI RY FIRE FIREColumbus FI EIREColumbus RE RECoiumbus
Columbus 0 July 16 16Theplant Theplant of f
tho Columbus Packing company on the thosouth thesouth ti it itsouth e
south sido was destroyed by fire todflK t tOdit clii ti S
Loss 185000 Tho fire flrois IB bcliovedWo believedV t o J Jhave
have been of o incendiary ln en U ryrbth origin
WHOLE NATION NATIONIN
IN CLOSE TOUCH TOUCHRemarkable TOUCHR
Remarkable R arkabl Feat Fe of Telegraphing Tele Te1egrathinOver p ng ngOver
j Over the Continent ContinentINSULTS ContinentINSULJ ContinentNSULrs
INSULTS I FROM AFAR OFF OFFLISTEN OFFqSTE
LISTEN L IN SALT LAKE TO CON CONVERSATION CONVER CONVERSATION ¬
VER VERSATION ATION ON THE TH COAST COASTA
A remarkable remarkable feat f at of telegraphing ln lnwhich tnhich
which w hich tho < Salt Salt Lake office of the Assp A Adated
elated el ated Press played pla cd a prominent part partWas
was w as accomplished accomp sh recently recentl Usually Usuallythe Usual1ythe
the th e Associated Press wires w r s are operated operateddIrect
r direct di rect from Kansas City to t Salt Lake Lakeand Lak Lakand
L and a nd relayed in Salt Lake to San Fran Francisco Francisco ¬
c cisco cl sco and the northwest On this occa occasion occaslon ¬
s sion sl n after the regular report had closed
j in the early morning connected connect San
j Francisco F rancisco direct to Kansas City San
j Francisco F placed pl ced San Diego Fresno and andos
T Los L os Angeles on the wires while Salt
T Lake L ake put on Montana Oregon and
T Washington rashinon Denver thenput then put on Colo Colorado Colorado Cob ¬
rado ra do Springs Pueblo and Leadville LeadvillewhUe
v i while w hile Kansas City added St t Joseph St i
Louis L ouis and Chicago The Chicago oper operator operator ¬
ator at atei or finding that the line to San Fran Francisco Francisco Fransc ¬
c cisco ei sc worked easily > asl1 put ut the New York Yorkcircuit Yorkcircuit
circuit ci rcuit on This took in New York YorkPIUsburg Yorkittsburg i
PIttsburg P Philadelphia Cleveland and andother andother andher
other ° ot her leading cities making a line from fromocean fromocean
ocean oc ean to ocean across the continent continenttaking continenttal
taking tal ta king < lng in a wide sweep > of territory territorynorth territorynorth
north n and south But the limit had not notyet notyot
yet y et been reached Chicago put on the thusouthern j
southern so uthern circuit taking in Indianapolis IndianapolisCincinnati i
i Cincinnati C and Louisville Louisville Louisvillefound Loulsvfllefound
found fo und he could hear San Francisco Franciscoplainly FranI o oplalnl
plainly plalnl pl ainly so he put on a circuit to which whichordinarily whichordinarily whichdinarily
ordinarily or dinarily he relays matter adding
Memphis M emphis Nashville Nashvilleand and New Orleans OrleansMemphis OrleansMemphis
Memphis ± M emphis promptly promptladded added Dallas and andLittle andLittle
Little L ittle Rock
RockAll
All Sections Unite UniteThis UniteThis
This placed north south east ast and andwest andwestalmost andestalmost
west westalmost w almost all the leading leadln cities of ofthe ofthe ofe
t the th the e United States St8IteOn on one wire The Theexperiment Thexperiment he heexperiment
experiment e was not n t prearranged but butwas butwas butas
was w as merely accomplished by b the opera operators operators ¬
tors to rs acting Individually after the heav heavier heavier heavr ¬
ier ic r work of the night was over Its Itssuccess ItssUc Itsuccess
s success sUc < ess was proved when the San Fran Francisco Francisco Fransco ¬
c cisco ci sco operator got hold of a long cable cablemessage cablemessage cableessage
J message m essage from General G neral Nogis headquar headquarters headquaJterse ¬
J terse te rs With but one break he sent sentto sentto sentevery
to every city e1t on tho Immense circuit for forabout forabout forbout
a about two hours hoursTho hoursTho hoursThe
Tho Telegraph Age in commenting commentingon
on ° n the achievement says saysTelegraphers sysTelegraphers saysTelegraphers
Telegraphers of long experience do donot donot doot
not n ot hesitate hesH te to say that this was un undoubtedly undoubtedl anoubtedly ¬
doubtedly doubtedl d the longest telegraph circuit circuitover circuitover circuitver
over o < ver maintained considering the num number number ¬
J ber b er of offices on the circuit by which whichthe whichthe
the t he matter was wa copied Because of the thedearth thedearth theearth
dearth d earth of business at such an hour the thecircuit thecircuit thercuit
J circuit ci rcuit was unusually free from induc induction inductionan ¬
t tion tionan tl onan an element most important in the theformation theformation
formation f of such a circuit circuitThe < IrcuitThe
The Salt Lake office of the Associated AssociatedPress AssociatedPreRs
I Press P ress did some remarkably quick work workagain workagain
again a gain yesterday morning About Aboutoclock 5 5oclock
J oclock o clock The Herald telephoned to ask askif askIf
if ifC there had been a change in Senator SenatorClarkg SenatorClarks
C Clarks C condition conditionWait conditionWalt
Wait a minute and Ill find out Ive Ivegot Ivegot
t got g ot New York on the wire now was wasthe
t the he reply replyAfter
After a brief pause came this rep rep4t yt ytThe l lThe
The night editor in New York has hasgone hasgone hasone
gone g one into the editorial room to inquire inquireHell InquireHell
1 Hell H eU be back in a minute minuteAnother mlnutAnother >
Another brief pause and the Salt Lake Lakeoffice Lakeoffice Lakeffice
c office o ffice announced announcedThere announcedThere announcedThere
There Is nothing new on Senatorlarks Senator SenatorClarks Sena tor torClarks
Clarks C < condition conditionTho condItionTh
The Th Herald ofllce offieebad iad been placed In Incommunication inommunication
communication c < withNew with New York and andhad andhad andad
had b ad received two reports from there in ina ina
a space of about two minutes minutesLongdistance minutesLongdistance minutesLongdistance
Longdistance Eavesdropper EavesdropperA
A circuit across the continent is not notunusual notunusual notnusual
l unusual u for the Associated Press A Acircumstance Aircumstance Acircumstance
c circumstance c common enoughfrom enough from the theoperators theoperatora
c operators o standpoint but amusing to toan toan
an a n outsider attended the formation of ofsuch ofsuch
such s a circuit cl1 1ll recently On the Sunday
following f the naval battle in the Ko Korean Korean ¬ I
J rean r ean straits the Associated Press of offices offi ofes ¬
I fices fi es were kept open all day for bul bulletins bulletins ¬
letins l Ordinarily work does not begin beginuntil beginuntil
until u ntil 6 oclock Sunday Sunda evening but on onthis onthis
I this day every vet office Including the Salt SaltLake SaltLake
J Lake L ake office had an operator on duty dut dutAbout
i About A bout nooli nO t1 a newspaper man dropped droppedinto droppedInto
l into i the Salt Lake office of the Asso Associated
ciated e Press ant and found the operator on onduty onuty
duty d uty sitting there with a gloomy coun countenance countenance
tenance t enance Anything coming inquired inquiredthe inquiredthe inquiredhe
the t he newspaper man Not a a d word wordreplied wordrepIled
replied r the operator I dont see why wh whin
in i n thunder theyre keeping me here I IJuat IjU8t Iut
j Juat j ja ut heard New York telling Boston Bostonand
5 and a nd Providence they could go home homeand
and a nd I dont see why they cant let me meoft meort rueff
oft o ff too In other words a man in inSaJt
Salt S < alt Lake had been eavesdropping on 01 o aconversation a aconversation
conversation c that < took place on the At Atlantic Atlantic
i lantic l coast coastOperators coastOperators
Operators tells tellsman many amusing amu ing stories storiesof
of o f quarrels over the wires One of ofthese ofthese ofhese
these t stories is that of a a man who had hada hadspirited
a spirited controversy co troersy with another op operator operator oprater ¬
erator c more than 1000 miles away At Atlength
i length l the man became so enraged by bythe
the t he Insults heaped on him by the th fellow fellowat fellowat
at the other end that he left his key keyand keyand keynil
and a nil rushing from the room struck in inthe inthe inhe
the t he face the first man he met to that thatindividuals thatindivlduals thatndividuals
j individuals I great amazement amazementATTEMPTED amazementATTEMPTED aznazernentATTEMPTED
ATTEMPTED MURDER MURDERNaples MURDERNaples MURDERNaples
Naples July 17 17An An attempt was wasmade wasmade
made early earl this morning to murder Ad Admiral Admiral Admiral ¬
miral Mlribello brother of Admiral AdmiralMirabello AdmiralIirabello AdmiralMirabello
Mirabello the Italian minister of ofmarine ofmarIne
marine who is residing at Portici a asmall asmall asmall
small coasting and fishing port and andresidential andresidehtlal andresidehtlal
residehtlal town on the bay of Naples NaplesThe NaplesThe NaplesThe
The admirals wife was sciously s fously in injured injuted inuied ¬
jured j uied while defending her husband husbandBOTH husbandBOTH husbandaOTH
BOTH LANGUAGES L NGUAGES USED USEDWarsaw USEDWarsaw
Warsaw July 16 16The The directors of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Warsaw and Vienna railroad have haveIS9Ued haveIssued
issued an order permitting the use of ofand ofand ofand
and equal equa footing of both the Polish PoUshand Polishand
and Russian languages by b the em emplo employes i
ployes plo es This compromise averts a strike strikef strikeby
by b the workmen which was threatened threateneds
If l they < were not permitted to use the thePolish thePolish
Polish language languageMEMORIAL languageMEMORIAL languageMEMORIAL
MEMORIAL SERVICE SERVICEAtlantic S SERVICEAtlantic RVICE RVICEAtlantic
Atlantic City N J July 16 16Thc 16ThcJewish 16TheJewish The TheJewish
Jewish Chautauqua held a a sr s specIal > eclal me memorial memorial memorlal ¬
morial service today for the late secre secretary seoretary secretary
tary of state John Hay The eulogy eulogywas eulcbJs eulogywas
was s delivered by Simon Wolf former formercongressman formercongressman
congressman from New York Resolu Resolutions Resolutions Resolutlons I
tions expressing the gratitude of the theJewish t theJewish e eJewIsh
Jewish race for the work of o Mr Hay Hayin Hayin
in ehalf ehal of the Jews were adopted adoptedINVITATION adoptedINVITATION adoptedINVITATION
INVITATION ACCEPTED ACCEPTEDTangier ACCEPTEDTangier ACCEPTEDTangier
Tangier July 16 16The The governments governmentsof
of Great Britain and Spain have ac accepted accepted
cepted the invitation of the sultan of ofMorocco oCMorcoco ofMorcoco
Morcoco to t attend att nd the International Internatlonalcopterence internationalcopference
copference on Moroccan reforms on con condltloh condItion
ditlpn that the contents of the pro programme programme
gramme gramme to bo dlscus dlRcumed > ed by the confer conference conferenee
ence be communicated to them before beroreapd beforehapd
hapd hapdV apd
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KILLED KI LLED BY ACCIDENT ACCIDENTWiston ACCI ACCIDENTWiston DENT DENTWiston
Wiston Mass July 16 16B 16By By the dis dlschargo discharge
charge of a shotgun which he had hadloaded hadloaded
loaded for the purpose of shooting shootingstray ooooUngatm shootingstray
stray atm cats Thomas T Hagar a 11 cousin cousinol
ol Q Major General Leonard Wood was wasinstantly wasInstantly wasinstantly
instantly killed last night nightGENERAL nightGENERALS nightGENERAL
GENERAL GENERALS B M THOMAS DEAD DEADDalton DEADDaltoh DEADD
Dalton Daltoh D ltoh Ga July 16 16General General B M
Thomas died at athlshom his home in this city
today t < > d yof of J peritonitis rftonltls He l e was a grad gradPoint
iiitefOfjtoY 9ftWi t Point and a a distlngiitotted distlngiitottedo lsHn Ifc1fe4
tirgiQ1P19E gaSiPirWC n rjil In th thA cfMifortAratA rM l tA tAInrny
Inrny
FOUR F OURCHILDREN OURCHILDRENFAR CHILDREN CHILDRENFAR CHILDRENFAR
FAR FROM FROMHOMiE FROMHOMiEstart HOME HOMEStart
S Start it to t Walk From Salt S lt lake to toGrand to toGrand toGrand
Grand Junction JunctionWAIFS JunctionWAIFS JunctionAIFS
WAIFS W AIFS AMONG STRANGERS STRANGERSMOTHER STRANGERSOTHER
I WM
MOTHER MOTHERIWLOANG M INLOS ANGELES LES LOOK LOOKING LOOKING LOOKING ¬
ING FOR HELP HELPAlone HELPAlone HELPAlone
Alone and an penniless penI Uess four slips of ofchildren ofchildren ofildren
j children ch ildren started to Walk Ik to Grand GrandJunction GrandJunction Grandnction
j Junction Ju nction Colo yesterday When Fire Fireman Fireman Firean ¬
man m an Fred Cowanstopped Cowan stopped the engine he hewas hewas heas
j was w as trying out near Bingham Junction Junctionat Junctionsight
at sight of the four little figures beside besidethe I
the th e track he e got a a story that made madeUn
him b Un break company rules and take the thetired thetired thered I
i tired ti red dusty dust quartette into his cab Ho Hocarried Hocarried Horried
carried ca rried them into the city and last lastnight lastnight lastght
night ni ght he and Mrs Cowan gave them themshelter themelter
shelter shelterRobert shelterRobert sh elter elterRobert
Robert Lloyd their father was killed
in the Spofleld S ofield mine explosion five fieyears fivears
years ye ars ago Their mother took them to torand
Grand G Gu rand Junction There she took in Inashing
washing u The two oldest girls girlsone one is Isnearly isarly
nearly ne arly 17 the other 15 years of age ageworked ageworl ageorked
worked worl w orked ed in a a restaurant It was not the theeasiest theeasiest thesiest
eam easiest ea siest thing in the world making ends endsmeet endseet
meet meetTen meetTen m eet eetTen
Ten days ago Mrs Irs Lloyd went to Los Losngeles
Angeles A ngeles A brother lived there Three Threetlaya Three1a9 Threeyn
tlaya da 1a9 yn ago she sent tickets ticketafor for her chil chilen ¬
dren dr en to Join her They boarded the theain
train tr ain Bessie the oldest acting as asmother asother
mother m other Helene doing her best to help
with w ith the two little boys Tommy and
Dewey D ewey The last named is only 5 years
old ol d
oldIn dIn
In Salt Lake they got word that their theirncle
u uncle ncle had died in Los Angeles Their Theirmother Theirother
mother m other was coming back and wanted nted
them th em to wait here for her They The waited waitedo
two tw twne o days dayslived lived with a family near Pio Ploer ¬
neer ne er square Then their funds gave out
The T he time of their tickets had expired
SHOCKING S TRAGEDY IN ALABAMA ALABAMAWhite
White W hite Woman Brutally Assaulted and Murdered NegroesSaved Negroes NegroesSaved NegroesSaved
Saved From Death at the Hands of a Mob by byState byState y yState
I
State Militia
K MONTGOMERY Ala July 16 16At 16Atthe 16AtVI At
MONTGOMERY I VI j the request requ st of Sheriff Chandler of ofGadsden ofGadsden ofGadsden
Gadsden Ala where a mob of 300 300persons 300persons 300ersons
persons p ersons gathered tonight and threat threatened threatened threatned ¬
ened e to lynch five negroes and a anegress anegress aegress
negress n charged with the murder and andrape andrape andpe
rape ra pe of Mrs S J Smith a white wo woman woman woan ¬
man m an Governor Jelcks ordered out ft ftcompany ncompany Iiompany
company c of state troops stationed at attIlat atat
that th at place After Congressman John JohnL JohnBurnett
L Burnett Lieutenant A R Brindley Brindle Brindleyt
in it t command of the militia Sheriff SheriffChandler Sheriffhandler
Chandler C and others had appealed to toe
tho th e mob they the dispersed This doubt doubtss ¬
less le ss prevented bloodshed blpod > hed No further furthertrouble furthertrouble furtherouble
trouble tr ouble Is looked for tonight tonightThe tonightThe tonightThe
The negroes are Vance Gardner Wil William Wilam i1 i1lIam ¬
liam 11 am Johnson Ed Johnson John on Bud Rich Richardson Richardson Richrdson ¬
ardson a Jefferson Alford and Fannie
AT A T POINT OF A PISTOL PISTOLEdward PISTOLEdward
Edward E Ajax Held Up Early This ThisHorning ThisMorning ThisMorning
Morning But Made M de a Talk and andSaved andSaved andSaved
Saved His Money MoneyA
A tale of distress softened the heart heartof heartof
of o f a amaskod masked and nd armed highwayman highwaymanearly highwaymanearly
early e this morning Edward Ajax of
S63 8 63 East Fourth South street got back
his h is money by plausible words spoken spokenwhile spokenwhile
while w hile he faced fa ed a revolver muzzle muzzleAjax muzzleAjax
Ajax was on his way ay from the th last
Sultair S altair train to his home He was waswalking wasalking
walking w along Second South street and
had h ad reached the corner of Second West Weststreet Veststreet
street s Ho has been III lately latel and be became became ¬
came c tired ti d He leaned against an old
buggy b uggy to rest While he was there a amasked aasked
masked m asked man slipped up behind him I IAjax
Ajax turned turne to face a revolver muz muzzle muzzie ¬
zle z le The robber demanded his money
I am sick said Ajax and have haveno haveno
no n o place placeto to sleep tonight Do not take takemy
3 my m y money moneyThe moneyThe
The bandit questioned him and Ajax Ajaxnsisted
j insisted that he was poor and in sore soreneed soreneed soreeed
T need n eed of what little cash cash he had hadKeep hadKeep
Keep quiet and keep your hands in
f the t he air said the robber He marched
Ajax A jax out to the sidewalk sidewaUtthe the buggy buggyas
was w as in a vacant lot lotand and made him himgo himgo himo
go g o down Second West street to Third Thirdouth
South SouthAjax SouthAjax S outh outhAjax
Ajax reported the matter to Patrol Patrolman Patrolman Patrolman ¬
man John Corliss and Patrolman
Clark They gave the report to the thepolice thepoUce theolice
police p olice station At the time Ajax had hade
he h e says a considerable sum on his hisC hiserson
person p C rson I IENGINEER
g
ENGINEER KILLED KILLEDNew KILLEDNew KILLEDNew
New Orleans July J lY 16 16A A Southern
Pacific freight train was wrecked near
Lafayette La today and Engineer
Whelan killed and Fireman Coine bad bady ¬
ly l y hurt hurtThe hurtThe hurtThe
The wreck was caused by b an open openswitch openswitch
switch and all signspoint signs point to a de ¬
liberate l attempt to wreck a passenger
train for the switch light was moved movedand
and preparations made to cause an ac accident accident ¬
cident The passenger passed through throughan
an hour before and the freight was run Tunnlng runfling ¬
fling on the passenger trains time timeJAPS timeJAPS timeJARS
JAPS RECONNOITERING RECONNOITERINGNikoiskoie
I
Nikoiskoie Asiatic Russia July 16
Four Japanese torpedo destroyers re reconnoitered reconnoitered reconnoitered
connoitered Olga and Vladimir VIa hnlr bays baysnortheast baysnortheast baysnortheast
northeast of Vladivostok July 14 and
July 15 They The made soundings and ex examined examined cxamined ¬
amined the shores and were evidently
Investigating the possibilities of land ¬
ing troops They examined tho wreck wreckof wreckof wreckof
of the Russian cruiser Izumrud by
means of divers diversTRAGIC diversTRAGIC diversTRAGIC
a
TRAGIC END OF A SPREE SPREELos SPREELos SPREELos
Los Angeles Cal July Jul 16 16Charle9 Charles
Huntington formerly a St Louis Louisbroker Louisbroker
broker fatally shot himself in the thepresence thepresence thepresence
presence of a half dozen drunken com companions companions companions ¬
panions In an early earl momln mon1 mornIng g carouse in inthe inthe L Lthe
the apartment of Nona Leslie reputed reputedto
to be Huntingtons mistress He took tookthe tookthe
the revolver from the womans dresser
Insane jealousy Is the probable cause causeRUMOR causeRUMOR causeRUMOR
RUMOR WAS UNTRUE UNTRUESt j
St Petersburg July 16 16rnvestigaUon 16rnvestigaUonof Investigation Investigationof
of a report that soldiers are being car carried carried carned ¬
ried on board the warships in the Black Blacksea Blacksea Blacksea
sea to overawe possible mutineers mutineersproves mutineersproves mutineersproves
proves to be untrue untrueTWO untrueTWO untrueTWO
TWO BOMBS THROWN THROWNKutals THROWNKutais i iKutals
Kutals Transcaucasia July 16 16Dur 16During Dur DurIn
intr In the rendition of a musical pro programme progr progrSmnme ¬
gramme gr mme in a public garden g rden here today todaytwo todaytwo
two bombs were thrown No one was waskllled wamkilled j
killed
I
KILLED BY AGITATORS AGITATORSMllau AGITATORSl1Uau AGITATORSMilau
i
Mllau Russia July 16 16Baron Baron BIs BIstrom Blstrom Bistroni
trom a large land owner has been beenkilled I Ikilled
killed and Baron Hahn another land landowner landowner I Iowner
owner wounded by agitators agitatorsPLACE agItatorsPLACE agitatorsPLACE
PLACE FOR FORGRAND GRAND DUKE DUKESt j jSt I
St Pelersbujyr P elers bUI 4i 4idY IX rltiOra 16 16Grand Grand nd Duke S
Sergius 1tHchn Mfchaelovitch l ji cl1 has h btcn ccn en ap appointed j
pointed pol tcd to4 to theneWly thene vly oreatfid rreat d post of ofimmprtnr ol I Insnectflt
InHnpctnr nsnectflt general of artillery art1llcr
= =
They couldnt go forward The two twogirls twogirls twogirls
girls determined to gdt S l Back Ia kto to Grand GrandJunction GrandJunction
Junction
Start For the th Old Home HomeSo HomeSo
So they lheystarted started yesterday Y terd y noon The Thegirls Thegirls Thegirls
girls carried a big lunch basket be between between between ¬
tween them The little fellows stretched
their short legs trying to step from tie tieto tloto tieto
to tie It was hot along the railroad railroadtracks railroadtracks railroadtracks
tracks and there was as lots of dust But Butthey Butthey Butthey
they kept on and the thOUght th ught of their
former for rhomo homo gave them heart None Noneof Noneof Noneof
of them seemed to realize the stretches stretchesof
i of desert and the mountain passes that thatfood
lay ahead How they were going to get getrood getfood
food and shelter they did not know knowIe knowle
le we could get back said Bessie Bessiewe Bessifwe Bessiewe
we could get work again Helene and I IAnd IAnd IAnd
And we could keep things going until untilmother untilmother
mother came to us usuI usI
uI I guess wed be there tonight said saidDewey saidDewey
Dewey with the optimism five years ears In Inthis Inthis inthis
this world gives And looking at it in inthese It Itthese Inthese
these two ways the four plodded along alonguntil alonguntil alonguntil
until they got to the beginning of the theBingham theBingham theBiugham
Bingham Junction siding There Cowan Cowansaw CowansaiW Cowansan
saw them themHe tlhemHe thetaHe
He leaned out of his cab window windowhe windowhehad he hehad
had charge of the locomotive locomotiveand locomotiveandsmiled locomotiveandsmiled and andsmiled
smiled down on them showing a row rowof rowof rowof
of very white teeth against the back background background ¬
ground of a very black face faceWhere faceere faceWhere
Where ere you ou goin he asked askedThey askedThty askedThey
They told him and he took them in inforthwith inforthwith Inforthwith
forthwith forthwithPatrolman forthwithPatrolman
Patrolman Morris was Wa hunted out by byCowan b bCowan byCowan
Cowan as soon as the latter got through throughwith throughwith throughwith
with his engine and had hadher her hersate safe in the theroundhouse theroundhouse theroundhouse
roundhouse The officer took the young youngsters youngsters oungsters ¬
sters to the police station There they theywaited tIle tIlewaited theywaited
waited Perhaps the two girls won wondered wondered wondered ¬
dered how it was all aUgolng going to come out outbut outbut outbut
but they said nothing for the force of ofexample ofexample ofexample
example Is everything ever thing when two little littleboys littleboys littleboys
boys are along In the party part As to tothese tothese tothese
these latter they dived into the lunch lunchbasket lunlhbasket lunchbasket
basket and finished what had been left leftof leftor leftof
of its contents Then they the asked ask > d how howsoon howsoon howsoon
soon supper would ould be bE ready read This Thiscaught Thiscaught Thiscaught
caught Uncle Charley Livingstone the thedesk thedesk thedesk
desk sergeant and he saw to it that thatsupper thatsupper thatsupper
supper was served rYed In a neighboring neighboringrestaurant neighboringrestaurant neighboringrestaurant
restaurant In a very Yer short time timeDuring timeDurhfg timeDurIiig
During the evening Mrs Cowan who whohad whohad whohad
had heard the th > story from her husband husbandappeared husbandappeared husbandappeared
appeared at the station She had been beenworrying beenworrying beenworrying
worrying over it and was very glad to totake totake I Itake
take the entire family Into her home homeThere homeThere I
There they will stay sta until some ar arrangements arrangements ¬ I Irangements
rangements can be made for their theirtransportation theirtransportation theirtransportation
transportation back to Grand Junc Junction Junction Junetion ¬
tion tionAnd
And then mamma will come back backwont backwont backwont
wont you be glad was the way Bes Bessie Bessie Bessie ¬
sie put it to the 5yearold 5 earold Dewey Dewe
Mayo Their alleged victim Mrs rrs Smith Smithwas Smithwas
was a widow The crime was com committed committed cornmltted ¬
mitted Saturday night Early Sunday
Vance Gardner reported discovering
the womans dead body The police policefound polleefound policefound
found her nude body lying partially partiallyconcealed parUaIbconcealed partiallyconcealed
concealed In some bushes by bythe the road roadside roadside roadside ¬
side threequarters of a mile from fromGadsden tromGadsden fromGadaden
Gadsden Mrs Smith had been be n at attacked attacked attacked ¬
tacked on the roadside and after having
been repeatedly assaulted was dragged
by her hair down an embankment over overrocks overrocks overrocks
rocks and stumps into the clump > of ofbushes orbushes ofbushes
bushes where she was left after efforts effortshad errortshad effortshad
had been made to conceal her body
Her neck was broken The details of ofher ofher ofher
her condition were shocking A pair pairof pairof pairof
of scissors and a case knife found close closeto doseto closeto
to her body < evidently aided her in the thestruggle thestruggle thestraggle
struggle
WAR INJfiANCHURIA INJfiANCHURIARussian IN MANCHURIA MANCHURIARussian
Russian R Wings More Advanced Than Thanthe Thanthe I Ithe
the Center CenterGunshu CenterGunshu CenterGunshu
Gunshu Pass Manchuria July 16 16Reports 16Reports 16eports
Reports R eports that the Russian army fs 1 In Ina Ina it itprecarious
a a precarious situation appear to be bewithout beWItllOUt bE S Sithout
without w foundation Investigations Investigationsmade Investigationmade
made m ade by correspondents of the Asso Associated AssocIated Assolated ¬
ciated e Press show that neither nelth > r flank flankhas flankhaa flanias
has h as been turned and that in fact the theRussian theRussian thiussian
Russian R ussian wings are more advanced than thanthe thanthe thathe
the t he center centerThe centerThe centerThe
The Japanese center is strongly i forti fortified fortified fortied ¬
fied fl ed Many siege guns have been em emplaced emplaced
placed p along the Changtuful Nanchenze NanchenzEine
lino l and there Is a triple ring of forts fortscommanding fortscommandIng
commanding c the Mandarin road roadThe roadThe roadThe
The Japanese are using a novel ele elephant elephant elchant ¬
phant p hant trap style of entrenchment con consisting consisting ¬
sisting s of ditches covered with plat pIntorms ¬
forms f orms which are balanced in the middle middleand mid midei mideind ie ieand
and a nd which tilt into vertical positions positionsunder positionsunder posItIonnder
under u nder the feet of attackers attackersThe attackersThe attackersThe
The Japanese have a captive balloon ballooneight banooneight balloomight
eight e miles south of Nanchenze NanchenzeSATURDAY Nanchenzeca NanchenzeSATURDAY
ca caSATURDAY
SATURDAY HALF HOLIDAY HOLIDAYNavy HOLIDAYNavy HOLIDAYNavy
Navy Yard Employes to Call Upon UponRoosevelt UponRoosevelt I IRoosevelt
Roosevelt RooseveltWashington RooseveltWashington RooseveltWashington
Washington July 16 16Four Four hundred hundredmechanics hundredmechanics hundremechanics
mechanics of the government navy navyyard naY naYyard na nayard
yard met here today toda r and appointed appointedcommittee a acommittee a acommittee
committee of two to confer with the thepresident thepresident th thpresident
president at Oyster Bay looking to tosecuring t1 t1securing t tsecuring >
securing from him an order allowing
the t he navy yard ard employes Saturday half hal halholidays
holidays during the summer as in the thecase thecase th C Ccase
case of employes in the executive de departments departments departments ¬
partments A telegram was sent the thepresident th thpresident
president asking when he will see them
President Gompers and Vice President PresidentDuncan PrealdexiDuncan
Duncan of the American Federation of ofLabor c cLabor
Labor will be invited d to accompany acco mpany the thedelegates th j
delegates and participate in the con L ¬
ference ferenceKOREANS ferenceKOREANS i
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raised a fund to send Rev P T Ton Tona Yosa
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Washington to see President Roosevelt Rooseveltfor Rooseeltfor Rooseve
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forthcoming peace negotiations to bring bringabout bringabout brin brinabout
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of President Roosevelt to ask Japan to togrant togrant I Igrant
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