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THE SALT LAKE HERALD MONDAY JULY 24 241 4 1905 19Q p
GRAND JURY HAS HASBEEN HASBEEN HASI
I BEEN SUMMONED SUMMONEDCotton
A
Cotton Report JugglersWill Jugglers Wilt Lik LikolyBe ly lyBe
Be Indicted IndictedGREAT IndictedGREATSECRECYOBSERVE IndictedGREAT
GREAT GREATSECRECYOBSERVE GREATSECRECYOBSERVEREPORTERS SECRECY SECRECYIOBSERVED SECRECYIOBSERVEDREPORTERS OBSERVED OBSERVEDREPORTERS
REPORTERS REPORTERSDISTRICT STALLED ST t Er QJrF qfFi By ByDISTRICT BYDISTRfcT
DISTRICT ATTORNEY ATTORNEYi AifoRNE AifoRNEW
1 A I i ASHINGTOtf July uly 23 23The The grand grandjury grandV rand randjury
W V V jury of the t blstrlct > lstrlct of ColumbiawIll Colurnbtawill
will tomorrow take upthe Jp the he alUs alUsKiUlons alIegatlons
1 KiUlons lUons that there has been jugglery juggleryin
in the cotton crop statistical reports of ofthe otthe ofthe
the dopartrfierit of agriculture with a aview aIew a1ew
view Iew to possible pos lble indictment or indict indictment indlctThis indictinont ¬
ment mentThio
I IThis
This action is 1 the immediate result resultof resultof
of the recent disclosures fnthe In the depart department delartment departnent ¬
ment which culminated In the dismissal dismissalof
of Edwin I dwln S Holmes the assoclato sta statistician statistician statistlclan ¬
tistician The announcement that the thegrand thegrand thegrand
grand jury would meet to consider the thesubject thesubject thesubject
subject was made in a statement is issued issued Issued ¬
sued by United Unlt States District Attor Attorney Attorley Attoriiey ¬
ney ley Morgan H Beach Beachtonlght BeachtonlghtTomorrows tonight tonightTomorrows tonlghtTomorrows
Tomorrows meeting is in pursuance pursuanceof
of a call issued by the district attorney attorneyJuly attorneyJuly
July 20 and in to consider among amongother amongother amongother
other things certain criminal prac practices practlK practiee ¬
tices alleged to exist and to have ex existed eXisted exIsted ¬
isted in qne Of the executive depart departments dep departThants rt rt1nents ¬
ments mentsMr 1nentsMr ThantsMr
Mr peach each absolutely declined to ad admit admit admit ¬
mit which whichone one of the departments this thisstatement thisstatement thisstatement
statement had reference to but it is isknown Isknown Isknown
known that it relates to the depart department department departinent ¬
ment of agriculture agriculturelIlr Mr Beachs state statement statement statenent ¬
ment adds addsPending addsPendlng addsPending
Pending action by that body it is isearnestly Isearnestly Isearnestly
earnestly hoped as it Is confidently
believed that no inquiries will wl11be be made madeof madeof madeof
of the district attorneys att rneys office on the thesubject theubjecL thesubject
subject To Inquire of any member of ofthe ofthe oftliegrand
the tliegrand grand jury or of a witness either eitherunder eitherunder eitherunder
under subpoena or after discharge as asto asto
to anything transpiring before that thatbody thatbody thatbody
body constitutes contempt cont < rnpt This gen general genNt genoral ¬
oral < Nt I statement is made to excuse the thedistrict thcdistrict thedistrict
district attorney from personal inter interviews in tor ¬
j views Iews with gentlemen of the press presst
t They have always shown this office the thegreatest theIreutest thegreatest
greatest consideration and preserved preservedlite
his confidence inviolable But the very
limited time and force at his disposal disposalrender disposalleouder disposaleuder
render this course imperative and no nofurther nofurther nofurther
further statement will be made until untilthe untilthe untilthe
the grand jury announce in open openrourt openourt openeourt
rourt the result of the investigation Inyestfgattonrhere Investigationrimere
There may be much or little or noth nothing nothjng nothing ¬
ing to report but while the examina examination examination examinalion ¬
tion is pending It must as the law lawcommands lawommands lawcommands
commands be entirely secret secretSamuel secretSltrnuel secretSnmueI
Samuel C Smoot a wellknown mer merchant merclllU1t merchant ¬
chant Is s foreman of the grand jury juryTruth juryTruth juryTruth
Truth Not All Told ToldThe ToldThe ToldThe
The Post tomorrow will say that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there Is mo doubt that the district at attorney attornc iittorney ¬
torney tornc hopes to secure the indictment indictmentof
of two or three or more persons at atleast at1east atleast
least one of whom is now or was wasformerly wasoformerl wasformerly
formerly formerl an official of the department departmentof
of agriculture and anr that It Is certain certainthat certainJ
jI J that the investigation conducted by b bthe
the department of Justice har brought broughtto
to light a great muss of information informationsome InfOllmatlonsome
some of which is far more sensational sensationalthan sensationalthan sensationalthan
than anything that has so s far been beenmade beenlnade beenmade
made public It is proposed to summon
before the grand jury every official and andemploye andemploye andcniploye
employe who could possibly know any an anthIng
thing about cotton leaks E S Holmes Holmesjr
jr the former associate statistician statisticianwho statisticianwho statisticianvho
who was dismissed has left Washing Washington Tashington ¬
ton for 01 Chicago ChicagoTHEIR ChicagoTHEIR ChicagoTF
TF THEIR + EIR FATE UNKNOWN UNKNOWNOne
One Million Barrels of Oil Ablaze in inTexas inTexasFifty inTexasFifty
Texas TexasFifty Fif ty Men Surround Surrounded Surrbuned ¬
ed by Fire FireHumble FireHumble FireHumble
+ Humble Texas July tul uly 23 23Fire 23Firestnrted 23Firestarted Fire Firef +
+ f started today in a tank belonging belongingto +
+ to the Texas Oil company caused causedby causedb causedby + +
+ by b lightning striking the oil The Thefire ThetIrc +
+ 1 fire was held under control all the theafternoon theafternoon +
+ 4 afternoon but began to spread to tonight toilight + t tf
+ f night At 1030 oclock tonight tonightt tonightcleven tonIghteleven +
+ t eleven of the twelve great tanks tankst tanksWere tanksvere + +
+ t were ablaze and over one million millionf mUllonbarrels +
+ 4 f barrels of oil consumed Fifty men mcnlUC 4 4are + f fare
+ are surrounded by the flames and andtheir andhir andtheir +
+ their fhte is unknown One nun hundrad 4 t tt
4 t tired teams are known to be ere creninted crcninted + f fiiinted
+ ninted and a number of families fainilieshave familiesIUle fathulieshave +
+ have been burned out of houscand house and andhome 4 4homne f fhome
+ home homeAt 4 f fAt
+ 4 At 120 1O oclock the fire is still be bef + 4yofll
+ f yoml 00 < 1 control all the th tanks of the theTexfls 4 4t t tf
t + f Texan company OU1I8n having hai caught ca1lghtLos8 caughtr + t tIx
r + Ix Los8 > as of life among the men hand handlinS 4 4li3Ig + f ff
+ f ling the tht teams ia i reported but butcannot butcannot +
4 + cannot be verified before morning morningThere + 4There
+ f There will be considerable loss of off oflropert30 orproperty
+ f property beside that of the oil oilwhich oilhich +
+ 4 which hich in itself may run up to tof tothree 4 4three +
+ f three or four million barrels worth worthIOClOO 4 f
4 280000 IOClOO oOoo per million barrels bahels bahelsHumble ± f fHumble
+ +
4 Humble Texas July Jul 24 2 a m mf + 4niere
J + f There is still ho confirmation of 4any 4 f ff
1 + f any ny loss of life in the fire The Thetehe + f ff
4 + f twelve tanks U tks of the Texas Te ns com company 4 4pany f fpuny
+ + pany at 2 oclock this Monday Mondayf Iond y ymorning +
4 f morning are all ablaze and the thoenUre theentire + f fentire
+ entire lot will be consumed Lit Llttic + 4tie
4 tic rlvulete of burning oil are run runnlng 4 4nlng f
+ 4 nlng toward the oil field proper properbut properbut +
4 but a heavy heo heav rain has been falling raUingand fallingsmut +
4 and an electric storm raging the thewater thewater +
+ water serving to keep the th derricks derricksfrom 4 4 4from
+ 4 from burning The workmen have havet haveaU haveall +
+ t all fled from the t tpe e field The town t wn wnitself 4 4itself f ff
+ f itself is filled with refuges refugesWRECK refugest +
4 4
+ + + 4 + 4 + + + + + + + t + + t + + t tWRECK + + + 4 4S 4WRECK
S
WRECK ON THE SHORT SHORTLIME SHORTLINE SHORTLINE
LINE IN MONTANA MONTANAButte
Butte Mont July 23 23Freight Freight train trainNo traino
INo o 55 S i northbound on the Oregon Short ShortLine ShortLine
Line at Williams Mont IOllt crashed cru hed into intosix Intosix intosix
six outfit cars standing on 01 theSiding the siding sidingand sidingand
And split the th rear car in two for fully
two thirds of Its length The outfit cars carswere eRrswere carswere
were occupied by employes of the com company commn cornpany ¬
pany mn and Mr Pugmire andwife and wlfe were werein werein wereIn
in the rear car asleep asleepMrs asleepMrs
Mrs Pugmire was knocked through throughthe throughthe throughtile
the ond of the car struck stru k by b tho en englne enH
gine and nd received several severe severe
bruieae bruieaeIt bruit brulIt bruitIt
It Isconsidered lsOnsl < reod miraculous that the thej theTeck theTeCk
j Teck caused cause no loss of life for the thecar thecar thecar
car which was struck was smashed smashedinto sn1ajiedInto mutShcdi
i into kindling wood woodKOMURA woodKOMURA ood oodKOMURA
KOMURA AND PARTY PARTYMAKING PARTYMAKING PARTYMAKING
MAKING GOOD TIME TIMESt
St Paul July 23 23Baron Baron Komura Komurathe Komurathe Komurathe
the Japanese Japane envoy to the RussoJap RussoJapanese ¬
4 Ll anese peace conference arrived at St StPaul StPaul StPaul
Paul at 245 24 this morning over the theGreat theGreat theGreat
Great Northern railway ran way Although no noofficial noofficial noofficIal
official welcome was accorded the thebaron thebaron thebaron
baron and his party they were greet greeted greeted greeted ¬
ed at the station by several hundred hundredpeople hundredpeople hundredpeople
people Included among whom wene wenecity ce cedty cecity
city and state officials officiaisand and prominent prominentSt
St Paul business and clubmen beside besidea
a large number of Japanese residents residentsof
of the twin cities The party left at atS40
840 tonight on the Burlington road roadfor roadfor roadfor
for Chicago Chica ChicagoL o oJ
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HOTTESTSPOTIN HOTTESTSPOTIINUNITED HOTTESTSPOTINUNITED ffi ffiUNITED
UNITED STATESIrigation STATES STATESIrrigation
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1 1Irrigation
Irrigation Irrigation System Planned Pla ed For F9r Yuma YumaI YUIDDistrictJ YnmaDistrict
I i District Arizona ArizonaPROBLEM Ariz ArizonaPROBLEMVERY Iia IiaPROBLEMVERY
PROBLEM PROBLEMVERY VERY DIFFICULT DIFFICULTBUT DIFFICULTPUTHE
BUT PUTHE UT THE DESERT MAY BE E MADE MADETa MADE MADET
Ta T Tb RAISECROPS RAISECROPSSpecial RAISE CROPS CROPSSvcclal CROPSCSumcIai
4
Special to ThovHarald ThovHaraldYuma Th < t H lraldY lraldYYuma ra1d ra1dYuma
Yuma Ariz July 23 23Yuma 3Y Yuma ma has has been beendubbed beendubbed beendubbed
dubbed the hottest spot in the United UnitedStaiaa UnitedStatoa UnitedStates
States Statoa and ai1dit it deserves deaor < lS the he reputation reputatiortThere reputatlorThore reputationThere
There may ma be places where where the ther thermometer thermQmeter thermometer ¬
mometer at times goes higher than at atYuma atYuma atYuma
Yuma 4 qut ut there is no place pla e where the theaverage th thaverage theaverage
average average temperature is so high or where wherethe wheretho vherethe
the hot spell is so long as right here in inthe Intht Inthe
the southwest corner of Arizona Yuma Yumaishot Yumalis YumaIshot
ishot hot and there t ere Is no getting away awayfrom awayfrom awayfrom
lis
from It It though the natives wont admit admitit
it
But there are other things at Yuma Yumabesides Yumabesides YumabesIdes
besides the heat heatthere there are things here herewhich herewhich herewhich
which In a way compensate for the in intensely intensely Intensely ¬
tensely hot climate otherwise there therewould therewould therewould
would be no Yuma YumaYuma YumaYuma YumaYurna
Yuma an a and d the surrounding country countrypossesses countrypossesses countrypossesses
possesses rare rare agricultural possibilities possibilitiesof
of a kind peculiarly its own Today TodayYuma Toda TodaYuma TodayYnma
Yuma lies In the center of a vast vastburn vastburnIng burn burnIng burnlug
Ing desert ten years from today tod Y it is isprobable isprobable isprobable
probable that Yuma will be the center centerof centerof
of a agreat great and thriving agricultural re redon re1ion reglon
don
Soil Is Fertile FertileThe FertileThe
I
The soil In and about Yuma Is ex extremely extremely extrernely ¬
tremely fertile the Colorado river flow flowIng flowIng flowing
Ing by Yuma and which today runs al almost almost almost ¬
most entirely to waste is to be con controlled controlled controfled ¬
trolled and turned onto the Yuma des desert desert desert ¬
ert The combination of the productive productivesoil
soil and the fertilizing waters of the theColorado theColorado theColorado
Colorado will convert this desert Into Intogarden a agarden pgarden
garden spot Jn in an increditably short shorttime shorttime shorttime
time But aside from its fine soil and andits andits andits
its abundance a1un lance ance of water Yuma can canboast canboast an anboast
boast of a longer growing season than thanany tlianany thanany
any other part of the United States its itsfarmers Itsfarmers Itsfarmers
farmers are today cutting seven and andeight andeight andeight
eight crops of ofaICalfa alfalfa where the north northern porthern iorthera ¬
ern farmer is getting two and three threeand threeand threeand
and when irrigation is fully developed developedand
and all the arable lands of this region regionare regionare regionare
are under cultivation Yuma Y Ina with its itslong ItsIQng Itslong
long hot season beginning before the thefrost thefrost thefrost
frost is out of the ground in other re regions regions regions ¬
gions will be able to put its first crops cropsoh cropsoh cropsoh
oh oh the market ahead of every other part partof partof partof
of the United States StatesIrrigation StatesIrrigation I IIrrigation
Irrigation Plans PlansThese PlansThese PlansThese
These are some of the reasons why whythe whythe whythe
the United States government in spite spiteof spiteor spiteof
of the intense heat has determined to toexpend toexpend toexpend
expend 3000000 in building an irriga irrigation Irrigation irrigation ¬
tion system which will reclaim nearly nearly1QOOOO
100000 acres of land in the Immediate Immediatevicinity immediatevicinity Immediatevicinity
vicinity of Yuma YumaAccording YumaAccordlng TumaAccording
According to the present estimate estimatesettlers estImatesettlers estimatesettlers
settlers under the Yuma project must mustpay mustpay mustpay
pay about 35 an acre for water Whilethis Whilethis While Whilethis
this is a high price p ice more thjfn th n Is Ischarged Ischarged ischarged
charged in other sections the figure is isa isa Isa
a a reasonable one when it is considered consideredthat consideredthat consideredthat
that the Yuma lands yield two crops cropsannually cropsannual1Y cropsannually
annually of most vegetables and eight eightcrops eightcrops eightcrops
crops of alfalfa each season seasonProblem seasonProblem seasonProblem
Problem Is Intricate IntricateOn
On Its face the Yuma project is a sim simple simple aimpie ¬
ple one involving only the principles principlesof
of a simple diversion dam and a system systemof
of distributing canals but as it is ex examined examined examined ¬
amined more closely it is found to in involve inole Involve ¬
volve many intricate problems There Thereis
is no storage feature connected with withthe withthe withthe
the project It is true because it has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been found impossible to get suitable suitablefoundation suitablefoundation suitablefoumdation
foundation for any large storage dam dambut dambut dambut
but there will be a large and an ex expensive expensive expensive ¬
pensive diversion dam strung across acrossthe acrossthe acrosstIle
the Colorado river some distance above aboveYuma aboveYuma aboveYuma
Yuma which will cost in the neigh neighborhood nelghb neighbOrhood ¬
borhood b rhood of 1 000000 Though simple simpleoullt simplein
in design the Laguna dam is being
oullt 1 > uht for or all time the best materials materialsare
are being used in its construction constructionhence constructionhence constructionhence
hence the great cost costJ 11s I Moreover the thedam thedam thedam
dam though only nineteen nin teen feet above abovethe aboethe abovethe
the bed of the Colorado Color do river will willmeasure willmeasure willmeasure
measure 4900 feet from one end to the theother theother theother
other and at Its base will be 226 feet feetthrough feetthrough feetthrough
through Rock concrete and steel are arethe arethe arethe
the materials used In its construction constructionSilt constructionsl
Silt sl t Problem ProblemOn
On the Yuma project more than any anywhere anywhere anywhere ¬
where else the engineers of the recla reclamation reclamation reclamation ¬
mation service are obliged to contend contendwith contendIth ontendlth
with Ith the silt problem This river is a asecond asecond asecond
second Missouri in appearance it Is a aflowing aflowing
flowing pool of mud it carries an in incredible incredible Incredible
credible amount of silt but fortunate fortunately
ly I the silt nt itself is a valuable fertilizer fertilizerand fertilizerand fertilizerand
and will in the end prove of great ben benefit benefit
efit to the farmers as it will constantly constantlyenrich constantlyenrich constantlyenrich
enrich their t eir soil and render artificial artificialfertilization arUfilalfertilization artificialfertilization
fertilization unnecessary But silt has hasits hasits hasits
its drawbacks It fills ur > reservoirs reservoirsIt
It clogs logs canals and ditches and makes makesendfesswork makee makesendless
endfesswork e endless dtess work for farmers To prevent preventa
a fllliug in behind the Laguna dam a asyste asyste asyste
syste mof sluiceways Is being provided providedby
by b means In ans of which the bottom of the theriver therivet therivej
river cap an be flushed out periodically periodicallyWill
Will Create Great Lake LakeThe LakeThe LakeThe
The immense diversion dam will cre create create create ¬
ate a great lake tin In Colorado river riverwhere riverwhere riverwhere
where the water Va ter coming down stream streamwill streamwill streamwiii
will have an opportunity to settle tt1e The Thecanals Thecauals Thecaais
canals which will carry car the water onto ontothe ontothe ontothe
the lands on either side of the river riverwIU riverwlU riverwill
will take only the surface water from fromwhich fromwhich j
which the greater portion of the silt silthas silthas silthas
has bee b beem H i allowed to precipitate leav leaving leavIng leavlug ¬
ing th bulk of the thedeposit deposit to fall to tothe tothe tothe
the river bed to be carried off by bysluicing bysluicing bysluicing
sluicing Not all of the silt however howevercan
can be removed but what remains and andis andIs andis
is carried onto the land will 11 6e h corii coriiTJaratively corilrp corn cornpratIvely
TJaratively rp ratlvely small in quantity but ut suf sufficient sUfficlent sufflelent ¬
ficient to improve the soil on which it itis ItIs Itis
is deposited By this means of allowing allowingthe allowingth allowingthe
the th water to settle danger of clogging cloggingot
ot or ditches and canals is reduced to a aminimum aminimum
minimum minimumAs
As ts nearly nearl as can be estimated the th thwaters thbWaters j
I
waters taken from the Colorado at the theLaguna theLaguna theLaguna j I
Laguna dam will irrigate 86700 acres acresIn acresIn acresIn
In all > of which 73100 3100 acres lie in Ari Arizona Arizona Anzona ¬ I
zona the thebalance balance in California Some Someof Someor Someof
j
of these lands lie below the level of ofthe otthe ofthe i
the Colorado river when it is at flood floodand tIoodand floodand
and to prevent overflowing It will be benecessary beneceasalJ benecessary
necessary to construct immense levees leveesalong leveesalong leveesalong
along either bank of the river to an anelevation anelevation anelevation
elevation five feet above the highest highestknown highestknown highestknown
known level le el of the stream These Theselevees Th Thselevees f flevees
levees fashioned after the levees along alongthe alongthe alongthe
the Mississippi river while adding addin to tothe toth tothi
the th cost of the the Yuma project are ab absolutely miiisolutely h h601utely ¬
solutely necessary to protect property propertyaud propertyaud propertyand
aud will effectively hold back backtbe the flood floodwaters floodwaters floodwaters
waters each spring and early summer summerj summerLand
It j Land Flat and Low LowThe LowThe LowThe
The lands under the Yuma project projectarc
arc exceptionally flat and low Tho Tholevel Tholee1 Thelevel
level of the water in the ground is very verynear ver vernear verynear
near the surface giving rise to danger dangerof j
of excessive subirrigation But this ob obstacle obstacle obstacle ¬
stacle will be overcome As a part partor partortho of ofthe ofthe
the government project the reclama reclamation reclamation reclarnation ¬
tion engineers e will run a system of ofdrainage ordrainage ofdrainage
drainage canals across acro the irrigable irrigablelands irrlgablelands irrigablelands
lands and into these main canals farm farmers farmers farmera ¬
ers will be enabled to run their smal smaller smaller smaller ¬
ler drainage ditches By B this means all allthe allthe allthe
the alkali in the soil can be washed washedout washedout washedout
out and all danger from subirrigation subirrigationavoided subirrigationa subirrigationavoided I
avoided a olded It It is true tru < when theColorado theColoradois the Colorado Coloradoh
is h I at ficod there will be seepage seepagethrough seepagethrough seepagethrough
through the dikes but precautions have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been taken to ward off danger from fromthis fromthis i Ithis
this source > This seepage water like likethe likethe likethe
the subsurface flow will w l all be car carried carried carned ¬
ried off in the drainage ditches and andwhen andwhen andwhen
when the water will no longer flow flowfrom tlowfrom flowfrom
from these ditches into the river It Itwill itwill
will 111 be carried oft by immense pumps pumpswhich pumpwhich pumpawhich j
which are to be supplied by the gov government govcrnmeJt govornmexjt ¬
ernment and which will eventually eventuallypass eventuallypas
pass into the hands of the farmers farmersalong farmeT8along farmersalong
along with theothec portions of the theYuma theYutpa theYumpa
Yuma Irrigation system It is said by bythe bythe
the engineers in chargethat charge th at there is
GROUNDED ON THE SHOALS SHOALSFour
f i iFo
Four Fo r Sailors Lost their T eir Lives Trying to Reach R cff Shore in a ar alaunch alaunchTragic
r launchTragic Launch Tragic Ending nding of an Outing in inDelaware inI inDelaware
I Delaware Bay B y
e
1 EWES E Del DelJul July 25 2ZFour Four men are arebelieved arebelieved areL
I L L believed to t6 have Haebeen been drtfwned dr wned last lastevening lasevening IasevenIng
evening by the inking of the theyacht thea theyacht
yacht a ht Markeete Mark ete near the tl Brandywine Brandywinelighthouse Brandwlnelighthouse Brsndwinelighthouse
lighthouse In Delaware bay Dr Ho Hobart Hobart Hohart
bart A Hare H re a prominent promlnentplslclan physician of ofPhiladelphia ofPhiladelphlaand ofPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Philadelphlaand and Lucius S Landreth Landrethalso Landrethalso Landrethalso
also of that city clt were ererescue4 rescued and andbrought andbrought andbrought
brought here Thefour The four man believed to tobe tobe tobe
be dead deadconstltuted constituted the crew crewGrounded crewGrounded crewGrounded
Grounded on Shoals ShoalsThe ShoalsThe ShoalsThe
The Markeete accompanied accompanied by b the theyachts the3oachts theyachts
yachts Zealand and Circe left the Co Corinthian Corinthian Carinthian ¬
rinthian Yacht clubs anchorage Phil Philadelphia PhIladelphia Philadolphla ¬
adelphia a few days ago for a cruise cruiseLate cruiseLate cruiseLate
Late yesterday afternoon the Markeete Markeetegrounded Markeetegrounded Markeetegrounded
grounded on Brandywine shoals during duringa
a stiff east storm The T e Circe was sig signaled signaled signaled ¬
naled and responded taking off Dr DrHare DrHare DrHare
Hare and Mr lr Landreth The crew of offour offour offour
four men was left aboard to care for forthe forthe forthe
the vessel with the understanding that thata
a tug would at once be sent to pull the theyacht theyacht theyacht
yacht off the shoal The tug Juno was wascommunicated wascommunicated wascommunIcated
communicated with wI th at the Delaware Delawareab591utely Delawareabs9iutely
abs9lutely no danger of the lands be becoming becoming becoming ¬
coming waterlogged waterloggedPumping waterlggedPumping waterloggedPumping
Pumping System Probable ProbableAdjoining ProbableAdjoining ProbableAdjoining
Adjoining the tract of land to be Ir Irrigated Irrigated lrnigated ¬
rigated under the Yuma canals is a arich arich arich
rich mesa or table land especially well welladapted welladapted welladapted
adapted to the growth of all varieties varietiesor
or 0 semitropical plants and early fruits fruitsand fruitsand fruitsand
and vegetables These lands however howeverare
are too high to be reached by the di diversion diversion dlversion ¬
version canals and can only be irri irrigated irrIgated Irrigated ¬
gated by pumping It is not beyond a apossibility a apossibility apossibility
possibility that in time a pumping sys system system systern ¬
tem will be installed which will raise raisewater raisew raisewater
water w ter from the the Colorado river onto ontothis ontothIs ontothis
this mesa for the lands are so s fertile fertileand fertl1eand fertileand
and susceptible of producing such suchhigh suchhigh suchhigh
high priced crops that the owners can canwell canwell canwell
well afford to pay a big price for water waterSuch waterSuch waterSuch
Such a pumping system however is isnot isnot Isnot
not at present planned though there therewill therewill therewill
will be a little pumping to reach a few fewacres fewacres fewacres
acres which lie six or seven feet above abovethe abovethe abovethe
the average level of the Yuma coun country country country ¬
try Power for this small pumping pumpingplant pumpingplant pumpingplant
plant will be developed at a drop In Inthe inthe Inthe
the main canal In the city of Yuma YumaNot YumaNot YumaNot
Not an Experiment ExperimentIrrigation ExperimentIrrigation ExperimentIrrigation
Irrigation in the Yuma country is isnot isnot isnot
not an experiment A great deal of that thatland thatland thatland
land is today under cultivation being beingunder beingunder beingunder
under private canals largely supplied suppliedby suppliedby
by pumping direct from the river Ag Agriculture Agriculture Agriculture ¬
riculture especially the raising of for forage forage forage ¬
age plants has been demonstrated to tobe tobe tobe
be a huge success but the man who whocomes whocomes whocomes
comes into this region must make up
his mind to work mdst be willing to toto tobear tobear
bear the Intense heat must be wlllingl
to pay a good price for his water and andface andface andface
face the competition of those already
in the field If he is willing to do all allthis aUthis allthls
this he is bound to succeed But Yuma YumaIs
Is no place for the office or parlor parlorfarmer parlorfarmer parlorfarmer
farmer or the man unwilling to bear bearhardships bearhardships bearhardships
hardships while he is establishing
himself Nor is it theplace the place for the ex extremely extremely extremely ¬
tremely poor man It is going to take takea
a good class of citizens to make the theYuma theYuma theYuma
Yuma project a success but that is iswhat iswhat iswhat
what Yuma wants wantsTORNADO wantsTQRNADO wantsTORNADO
TORNADO IN WISCONSIN WISCONSINTwo
Two Men Killed and Great Damage Damageto
to Property PropertyRacine PropertyRacln PropertyRacine
Racine WIs July 23 23With With a roar roarthat roarthat roarthat
that was heard five miles a tornado tornadostruck tornadostruck tornadostruck
struck the northern rim of Racine Racinecounty Racinecounty Hacmecounty
county today killing two men and anddamaging anddamaging anddamaging
damaging property and crops to the theextent theextent theextent
extent of J100000 J100000The 3100000The lOOOOO lOOOOOThe
The storm came from the southwest southwestand southwestand southwestand
and at its ts first dip struck the large largebarn largebarn largebarn
barn of Adolph Meisner which was wastorn wastorn wastorn
torn to pieces the debris with grain grainand grainand grainand
and farm machinery being scattered
200 fpet fiet Trees were uprooted and andfences andfences andfences
fences blown away For miles trees can canbe canbe canbe
be seen uprooted and fences down downAt downAt downAt
At a farm in Thompsonville a work workman workman workman ¬
man whose name is b not known was wasstruck wasstruck wasstruck
struck and killed Near Union Grove GroveAdam GroveAdam GroveAdam
Adam Hunter an old farmer far r was waspicked waspicked waspicked
picked up by the storm and nd his neck neckbroken neckbroken neckbroken
broken At the Haumerson brick yard yardlightning yardlightning yardIighthing
lightning struck a shed and six men menwere menwere menwere
were stunned stunnedPEOPLE stunnedPE stunnedPEOPLE
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St Petersburg Pett > rburg July 23 23Thou 23Though Though h it was waspredicted wasprldicted waspredicted
predicted that there would be some dis disorders disorders disorders ¬
orders in St Petersburg today tod the day daywas daywas dayWas
was as uneventful as yesterday which whichwas whichwas whichwas
was observed as a memorial day for those thosekilled thosekilled thosekiiied
killed on Jan 23 last Agitators in Nizhni NizhniNovgorod NlzhnlNoygorod NizhniNovgorod
Novgorod Vitebsk Ylt bsk purmh Ourmi and several severalothertowns severalother severalother
othertowns other towns arrangeddemonstrations arranged demonstrations and andtried andtried andtried
tried to precipitate collisions with the thepolice thepolice thepolice
police and troops butHhere but there was no loss lossof lossof lossof
of life and no serious affrays so far as asreoorted asrenorted asresorted
resorted resortedAgitators
Agitators In the Baltic provinces resort resorted resorted resorted ¬
ed to interference with church services servicesthrew servicesthrewinsults servicesthrew
threw threwinsults insults toward the clergy and even evento evento evento
to the use of firearms against attempts attemptsto
to preserve order As in the case of the themurder thenurder
murder of Baron Blstrom a popular and andwealthy andwen1th andwealthy
wealthy land owner own > r of Mltau lIt U the action actionof actionor actionof I
of the agitators today alienated the sjm sjmpathy s7mpaUlY snm snmpathy
pathy of the th people I > The congregations congregationshowever congregdtiOilhowt congregutionshowever
however howt > ver were thoroughly intimidated intimidatedand
and fled fled1 whenever there was a demon demonstration demonstriltton demonstr ¬
stration strationCHILD str tion 0 I ICHILD
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CHILD KILLED BY BYFALLJFROM BYFALL BYFALL
FALLJFROM FALL FROM TRAIN TRAINButte TRAIJJButte TRAINButte
Butte Mont Iont July Jul 23 23Vhlle While Mrs MrsJules MrsJules lrs lrsJules
Jules Van Duschren was asleep slce in her herseat herseat herseat I
seat on the westbound Burlington train trainriear trainriear trainnear
riear Belgrade this afternoon her 5 5yearold
yearold boy wandered out on the plat platform platform ¬
form and fell from the train which was wasspeeding wasspeeding
speeding at the rate of fifty fitt r miles an anhour anhour anhour
hour and was instantly killed killedThe killedThe
The mother motherdld did not miss her child childfor childfor
for some time but the body was picked pickedup pickedup
up by a work train and taken to Boze Bozeman Bozeman I Iman
man where ai att ampnuestwilIbe inquest will be held heldCHOATE heldCHOATE
f fCHOATE
CHOATE FOR FORCOUNSEL FORCOUNSELNew COUNSEL COUNSELNew
New ew York July Jul 2S 3The The legislative legislativecommittee egislatiocomnniitee e ecommlltee I
committee to investigate insurance insuranceconditions Insuranceconditions insuranceconditions
conditions in this state will probably probablymeet probablYmeet probablymeet
meet and organize in this city some day daythis d daythis y ythis
this week As soon as Speaker Nixon Nixonappoints Nixonappoints Nixonappoints
appoints the members memberstrom from the assem assembly assembly assembiy ¬
bly Senator Armstrong will call a ameeting ameeting ameeting
meeting and The work of organizing for forthe forthe forthe
the investigation will be promptly ef effected efcted effected ¬
fected < cted It is believed that the post of ofcounsel Qrcounsel ofcounsel
counsel to the hommls commission lon will be of offered ot otfered offered ¬
fered to Joseph H Choate > former am ambassador ambassador
bassador to the court of iStJames > St James It Itis ItIs Itis
is known that the commission o missIon as at atpresent atpresent atpresent
present constituted constlt ted Is anxious to have haveMr havelr haveMr
Mr lr Choate serve sencPEARY servePEARY
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North Sydney N Si S July 23 23ThPeary 23Th 23TImePeary The ThePeary
Peary Arctic exploration gteamer gteamerRoosevelt e eamer eamerRoosevelt c1 c1Roosevelt
Roosevelt which left Bar Harbor at atmidnight atmidnight
midnight Wednesday reached here to today today today
day with Commander Peary Pear his wife wifeand wit wlrand witand
and daughter on board After coaling coalingthe coalingthe coalingthe
the Roosevelt will leave for the north northtomorrow northtomorrow
tomorrow evening eveningCommander eveningCommander eveningC
Commander C Peary tonight said that thathe thathe thathe
he was greatly pleased with the th initial initiallong Initiallong initiallong
long run of the Roosevelt He paid ald he hehad h hhad hehad
had every hope one of reaching reach In the pole polewhen polewhen polewhen
when he makes his dash over the snow sno snoand snouand
and ice next February FebruaryNEWSPAPER FebruaryNEWSPAPER FebruaryNEWSPAPER
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Little Littl Rock Aak July 23 23The The news newspaper news newspaper newspaper ¬
paper and job printing jrlDtingplantof plant plarflof Pf the Arr Arrkansas Ar Arkansas Arkansas
kansas Democrat was burned tonight tonightLoss tonightLoss tonightLoss
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breakwater and when she arrived at atthe atthe
the shoals foundthat found it the yacht acht had hadsunk hadsunk j jaunfc
sunk inthe ship ctiannel cn chami i OL l There was no nosign nosign t tsign
sign of the crew < crew anywhere in the bay baywhich baywhich I Iwhich
which at that part Is nearly twenty twentymiles twent twentm1Ies twentymiles
miles wide Ide
Search For Missing MissingDn Mi ing ingDr
Dr Hare today engaged several severallaunches severallaunch severallaunches
launches s from here to patrol the Dela Delaware Delaware Delaware ¬
ware bay and shore In the hope of find finding findIng findlog ¬
ing the crew alive In the yachts launch launchor
or on the shore This evening eY nlng Captain CapfalnFYed CaplainFred CaptainFred
Fred Vogel who had been searching searchingwith searchingwith searchingwith
with the launch Hilda in the vicinity of ofthe orthe ofthe
the wreck returned with Itl the Mar Markeete Markeetes rar rarkeetes
keetes launch He reported that he heI heJ hefound
I found the launch bottom up near the thethe theBrandywine theBrandywine
J Brandywine lighthouse The keeper or orthe ofthe
the lighthouse informed him that the thelast theI thelast
last he saw of the crew was shortly shortlybefore shortlybefore shortlybefore
I before dark last evening ev nlng when they theywere the30I
I I were in the launch trying to make the theDelaware theI theDelaware
Delaware shore It is believed the thelaunch thelaunch thelaunch
launch was upset in the th e rough sea that thatwas thatwas thatwas
I was running and that the four men menwere menwere menwere
were drowned drownedDr drownedDr
Dr Hare and Mr lr Landreth left for forI
I I Philadelphia by way wa of o Baltimore BaltimoreANIMALS BaltimoreANI BaltimoreANIMALS
ANIMALS ANI MALS AS SURGEONS SURGEONSB j jBirds
Birds B rds Set Broken Legs and Bees and andCattle andCattle andCattle
Cattle Understand Medicine MedicineBaltimore MedcineBaltimore MedicineBaltimore
Baltimore News NewsA
A party of Johns Hopkins students studentswere studentsvere
were talking about immunity last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night One of them remarked rem rked that thata thatadogs a adogs adogs
dogs saliva has h a perfect bactericidal bactericidalanti
anti healing power and suggested that thatperhaps thatpelhaps thatperhaps
perhaps it would make a good goo antisep antiseptic
tic although 4t seemed that no bac bacteriologist bacteriologist bacteniologist ¬
teriologist had caught the hint con contalned contamed
tamed in the simple process of a a dogs dogsUcklnga dogslicking
licking a sore a a process seen every day dayThis dayThis
This idea was discussed generally generallyThe generallyThe
The young manwho man who first mentioned It ittook ittook
took down a pile of old magazines and andafter andafter
after a diligent search produced a a clip clipping1 cUpping clippIng
ping f from ronv a a medical journal containing containinga
a paper by b Dr George GeorgeM M Gould Here Hereis Hereis HereIs
is a part of it itWhen itWhen
When we commence observation of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the origin of medical discovery and andtreatment andtreatment andtreatment
treatment we are arestruck struck by the fact factthat factthat factthat
that our brothers time animals werefirst werefirst were
first in learning not a a little of medical medicalart medicalart medicalart
art It has been noticed that birds birdsoften birdsoften birdsoften
often show a a true surgical instinct M MTatlo M MTatio
Tatlo on several occasions has killed killedwoodcock kllIedwoodcock killedwoxlcoclc
woodcock that were when shot conval convalescing convalescing convaiescing
escing from wounds previously re received received received ¬
ceived and in every instance found the theold theold theold
old injury neatly dressed with down downplucked downplucked downplucked
plucked from the stems of f feathers and andskilfully andskilfully andskilfully
skilfully arranged over the wound evi evidently ev1den1tly cvideftly ¬
deftly by the beak of the birds birdsIn birdsIn birdsIn
In some Instances a solid plaster was wasbeen wasthus wasthus
thus fonned and in others ligatures s had hadbeen hadbeen
been applied to wounded or broken brokenlimbs brokenlImbs brokenlimbs
limbs Ten times in his experience he hehas hehas hehas
has found birds whose limbs had been beenbroken beenbroken beenbroken
broken by shot with the fractured ends endsneatly endsnea11y endsneatly
neatly approximated and litigated to together toJethera togethera ¬
gether Jethera a statement tthat is vouched for forby forby forby I
by no less a naturalist than thal Fulbert FulbertDumonteil FulbertDumontell FulbertDurnonteil i
Dumonteil DumonteilDr
Dr James Wier says sa s that when bees beesare beesare beesare
are attacked with diarrhoea they at atonce atonce atonce
once begin to suck astringent pieces of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the dogwood poplar wild cherry or orhickory orhlclmry orhickory
hickory and rapidly cure themselves themselvesTheir JthO themselvesTheir 1selves 1selvesTheir
Their instinct carries them so far that thatin thatin thatin
in winter if they theyshould should happen happ n to be beafflicted beafflicted beafflicted
afflicted they will wiUreadily readSly drink a de decoction decacHon decoction ¬
coction of wild cherry if it Is placed 1ft 1ftthe 11 11the if ifthe
the hive Moreover they seem to know knowthat knowthat knowthat
that filth filthis is a source of disease diseaseDr diseaseDr diseaseDr
Dr Weir further believes that many manyof man manor manyof
of the higher animals have discovered discoveredand discoveredand
and use a materia mat ritJ medica that should shouldbe
be recognized by human physicians 0 physiciansFor physlclan9For
For instance dbgs will seek out and de devour deour deyour ¬
your our the long blades of couch grass grasstritlcum gracstTltlcum grasstelticumn
tritlcum repens when they Tire consti constipated constipated constlpated ¬
pated horses and mules will eat clay claywhen daywhen claywhen
when they the have scours cattle with witheczema wttheczema witheczema
eczema have been seen to plaster hoof hoofand hoorand hoofand
and joint with mud He speaks of see seeIng seeIng seeing
Ing a cow break thin Ice on a pond and andtteat andtreat andtreat
treat her itching joint to a mud poul poultice POultice poullice ¬
tice Cats will 1l go miles when they are areunder ateunder areunder
under the weather for a a dose Qf cat catThe ocatThe catnip
nip nipThe The saliva of animals seeVns sens to ha baie baiea e ea ea
a distinct di tlnct curative action Dogs cats catscattle Calts Caltscattle catscattle
cattle rodents monkeys all lick their theirwounds theirwounds theirwounds
wounds when they can get at them and andsoon andsoon andsoon
soon effect cures Weir also tells of a alarge alarge alarge
large dogfaced monkey riwnke who scratched scratchedhis scratchedhis
his shoulder badly on a projecting nail nailin naHin nailin
in his cage He Immediately went to a acorner acorner acorner
corner and seizing s lzlng a handful of clean cleansawdust cleansawduit cleansawdust
sawdust pressed It on the bleeding bleedingscratch bleedingscratch bleedingratch
scratch ratch In a a few moments the bleed bleeding bleeding bleeding ¬
ing ceased and the blood dried leaving leavinga
a coating under which the healing was wasprompt wasprompt wasprompt
prompt promptRev promptev promptRev
Rev ev Egerton Ege on R Young a mission missionary mlsslonarJr missionamy ¬
amy in northwestern Canada shows us usthat usthat usthat
that the surgical instincts of the dog dogmay dogmay dogmay
may become so far developed as to pro produce produce produte ¬
duce a real surgeondoctor One of his hisdogs hisdogs hisdogs
dogs spontaneously sp took up this work workand worlcand workand
and became so expert that the Indians Indianscalled Indianscalled Indianscalled
called him Muskeke Atim the surgeon surgeonGalls surgeonGaUs surgeonGalls
Galls wounds frozen feet etc in the theother theother
other docs dOJQJwere were successfully and sys 5YStematicalh systematically
tematically treated by bJ Dr Rover The Theivounds Thewounds Thewounds
wounds or sores that could not be bereached bereached bereached
reached by the dogs own tongue did didnot didnot didnot
not heal h al The fact aet shows that in a astate astate astate
state of health and with pure food the thedogs thedogs
dogs do s saliva has a perfect bactericidal bactericidaland
and healing power Perhaps It would wouldmake wouldmake
make an ideal antiseptic No bacteri bacteriologist bacteriologist bacteriologlst ¬
ologist has caught ught the hint hintA hintA
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Buffalo Enquirer EnquirerArchbisho EnqulrerArchbishop j
Archbishop Ryan at a dinner that thatwas thatwas
was given in his honor in Philadelphia Philadelphiasaid I
said anent a man who had bought a asalted asalted asalted
salted mine mineThe milieThe mimieThe
The gentlemans disappointment t on ondiscovery ondiscovery
discovery of o the salt must have been beengreat beengreat beengreat
great It resembled a little ttle perhaps perhapsthe
the emotion of o a certain Frankford Frankfordman Frankfordman
man manThis This This man had a small nephew of ofwhom oEwhom ofrwhom
whom he was very fond One night nightin
in evening dress he called at the theyoungsters the3ooungstes theyoungsters
youngsters house and taking him on onhis onhis onhis
his knee gave tve a demonstratibn of ofan ofanopera an anopera anopera
opera hats mechanism First he would wouldcrush wouldcrush wouldcrush
crush his tall black hat into a pan nancake panrake paneake
cake Then with a loud report r ort he hewould hewould liewould
would spring it back Into Its proper propershape propershape propershape
shape again againThe ahrainThe againThe
The little fellow was amused H Htook Hr Hrtook Hetookthehat > >
took tookthehat the hat He too found he could couldiisb cOuldllS couldmsh
iisb llS msh it Mnd nd open it again with ease e easeHe s sHe
He played with it for half an hpur He Hehud Hehad Hehad
had a good time The episode cpl ode made an animpressIon animpression
Impression on him himThe himThe himThe
The uncle called the next month on ona ona ona
a Sunday Sundaafternoon afternoon This time he wore worea
a trock rock coat and a silk hat He placed placedthe placedthe placedthe
the silk hat on a table in the hall en ¬
tered the parlor and began to converse conversewith converseWith
with ltli his brother brotherAn brotherAn brotherAn
An hour uasst2 Then the little littlenephew littlenep4ew littlenephew
nephew entered with something black blackand blackand blackand
and shapeless in his hand handIUncle handUncle bandUncle
IUncle Uncle he said 5 < lld this hat is harder
than your other one Ive ha aQ < J to sit on
it but I cant get It moren half shut shutv shutho shuthowsSymptpoms
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Parson Davis DaVIsSurely Surely you wouldnt wouldntcall wouldntcall wouldntCall
call Burkins a religious man manDeacon manDeacon an anDeacon
Deacon Pewerby Pewerb PewerbyNo No not exactly exact
but hes under conviction Leastways
he always goes round by the back lanes laneswhen laneswhen laneswhen
when he starts out on a Sunday fishing fishingI
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PRESIDENT OF AIR LINE LINERumor LINERumor LINERumOr
I Rumor Gives John F Wallace a New NewPosition NewPosition NewPosition
Position PositionAtlanta PositionAtlanta PositionAtlanta
Atlanta Ga Gaduly July 23 23The The Constitu7 Constitu7tion Constitutlmi
tion tomorrow will say sayA sayA sayA
A persistent 1 > erslstent rumor is afloat in rail railroad railroad railroad ¬
r road circles here to the effect that John JohnF
j F Wallace formerly chief engineer of ofthe orthe ofthe
t the Panama canal is to be made presi president president president ¬
c dent of the Seaboard Air Line railroad railroadThe railroadThe railroadThe
fj The report cannot be verified but butcomes butcomes butcomes
c comes from an apparently reliable reliablesource rellablesourCD reliablesourco
source sourceNorfolk sourCDNorfolk sourcoNorfolk
Norfolk Va July 23 23No No confirma confirmation confirmation confirmation ¬
t tion or denial oi o the report that former formerChief formerChief formerChief
Chief Engineer Wallace of the Panama Panamacanal Panamacanal Panamacanal
canal commission is to be made presi president president ¬ I
dent of the Seaboard Air Line system systemcan systemcan systemcan
t can be secured here tonight This re report rePort report ¬
port was circulated here immediately immediatelyupon immediatelyupon immediatelyupon
upon Mr Wallaces W llaces resignation from fromthe fromthe fromthe
t the commission and was not believed believedin
in railroad circles About the same sametime s sametime me metime
time gossip also linked Paul Mortons Mortonsname Mortonsname Mortonsname
name with the office ofliceReflections officeReflections officeReflections
Reflections of a Bachelor BachelorNew BachelorNew BachelorNew
New York Press PressEither PressEither PressEither
Either the man who runs an automobile automobileThe automobilehas
has a lot at money or he owes a lot lotThe lotThe
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