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FEVER SITUATION SITUATIONNOT SITUATIONNOT SITUATIONi
i NOT FAVORABLE FAVORABLELarge
Large Lge Incrca3e in i Number of New NewOrleans ew ewOrean ewOrleans
Orleans Orean Cases CasesWARM CasesWARM CasesWARM
WARM WEATHER BEAMED BEAMEDCASES BI BLAMEDCASES MED MEDCASES
CASES STILL STLL CONFINED PRINCI PRINCIPALLY PRINCIPALL PRINCIPALLY ¬
PALLY Y TO ITALIANS ITALIANSM
4 + I I + + + + + M + + MM + + + + M I INew + + M + + + + + + + + + + M 4 + + M MNew 44e 44eNtw + +
+ New Orleans Orlens Aug AuG 2 2The The yel yellow ye t r
4 low fever record up to 6 p In Infolows 4 +
4 4 follows folows folowsNew 4
4 + New cases 2total cases case to date 4
4 + 378 deaths deths today 11 1 total deaths delths delthsto dpte 4 +
4 4 to date datt 79 new subfoci 4 total totl totlsubfoci 4 4
4 + 4 subfoci 54 54At 4 +
4 4 At Ship Island quarantine Quarntne sta statlon 4 +
+ 4 tlon in the gulf gt oft of Mobile Mobie bay bayTo 4 +
+ 4 To date 4 cases convalescent convalecent convalecentShreveprtTo cpnva1ecentShreveportTo +
+ 4 To date +
Shreveport ShreveprtTo ShreveportTo 1 case cas
+ 4 Montgomery MontgomeryTo IontgmerTo To date 1 case 4 + I Il
+ 4 Lumberton l umbertoJ Miss l1ssTo M183To To date 1 1WfstW 4
4 4 case 4 +
+ 4 eaafVestw4go tVestwfcgo WfstW Jo La LaTo To date 2 cases casegand casesand 4 4f
+ f and 1 death deathAI 4 +
+ 4 Algiers AI AlgieisTo ielTo To date 1 case ca caseSuiirbe e eSunr1 4
+ 4 Sunrise Sunr1 Ala Alao AIaTo To data dRt Iat 1 case caseEmpir 4 +
+ 4 Empire La LaTo LaTodato Todato dat 1 case caseOstrlc 4 +
+ 4 Oslrlca Ostrlc La LaTo To date 1 case C 4 +
4 Point Pont Cileate Clete La Lao To data 14 1 1 1cac +
+ 4 case ca8 4 +
+ 4 Vaccarro Vaccrro accarro La LaTo LaTo To date 1 case caseSummero 4
4 + 4 Summerel Summero Miss 11ssTo To date 1 1ca5t 4 +
+ 4 case ca5t ca5tN +
4 +
1 + + + MM + ± + + + MMM + + + + + + + M + + M + + + M + + M + + + MM MMNEW + + 4 4A
A I E EW ORLEANS ORLAS Aug 2 2Todays 2Todaysi 2TodayzI Todays Todaysreport
NEW N I report Itpor of the fever feve situation situationshowed siuaton siuaton8hoe situationshowed
showed 8hoe an increase in the number numberof numberlof
i of deaths deths but the health healh authorities authoritiesconfessed authorites authoritestonfes authoritiesvonfesed
confessed tonfes to no alarm over tho th situa situation situation sltuation ¬
tion and said sld that more fatalities fataites were weret wereto
t to o be b looked lked for from rom the fact that In Ini Inthe inthc
i the past pl three or four days there has hasfceon hasbeen basbeen
been a sufficient sufcient increase in the number numberof
of f ca Cp8 cape es to warrant warant the expectation eXDfctaton of oflieavier otIteavlel ofheavier
heavier mortality mortalty mortal Ity High temperatures temperaturessucceeded temperaturessucceee teinperaturessueeeded
succeeded succeee by heavy precipitation precipitton and andvooler andoolr andooler
vooler weather produced climatic clmatc con conditions conditons cond1tion ¬
ditions ditons also favorable favorale to fatalities fatalitiesPractically fataltes fataltesPractialy fatalitiesPractically
Practically Practialy all al of the deaths were of ofItalians ofJta1al ofItalians
Italians Jta1al and nearly ncrb all al of them were werecther Vereeither ere ere4lther
either 4lther in the emergency hospital hospial or In Inthe inthp Inthe
the district adjacent thereto Some of ofthr ofIhf ofthe
the Ihf victims were unfortunates whose whosocases whosea88 whosecases
cases were cre only reported in tht the th last lasttwo lastto lasttwo
two days indicating they were In a apradicaly apratlcally
prartlcally pradicaly moribund condition conditon when whentheir whentheir whentheir
their illness lne was reported It is con coni con1denty conuldently
i fldeiitly 1denty believed beleved that once the the infec infection infection Infeclion ¬
tion begins b ghtM to decline declne in the section secton be bclow be10w beiow
low Canal CaUd strict strfot where the sanitation sanitationconditions saniaton saniatonondilohs sanitationonditiohs
conditions ondilohs are more favorable for the thespread Utesprpld thespread
spread of the disease disese there will wi be lit little It IttIp littIE ¬
tIp difficulty dlfculty in stamping stmping out the mal malady malady malady ¬
ady which may ma be under treatment treatmenteswhere
freatment freatmenteis
elsewhere eis where There is no attempt atempt to con concc1 convehi
cejil cc1 the fact that the extent of the thefever thecr thefryer
fever cr shows aho a a serious state stte of affairs affairsbut afair affairsbut
but there is i jel1tsved eliovod not to be any anyjUptinaalkuilQn anyjUUfu anyiuptfl
jUptinaalkuilQn jUUfu iuptfl IQnIw3jp JW lelBvo J thejU Jiterrot tterror rrofr which 11ch seems seemsto seemato seemsit
to ha lu hdtbr oTgpFlaiI J8 td over ovr the country countto out outside outsidp outside ¬
side of New Orleans OrleansThat OrleansThat OrleansThat
That the fever continues ontnu as an anItalian anj anjHalan ar arItalian
Italian Halan infection infeUon is shown sbow by the fact factthat factthnt factthat
that In InaUlt JLhs halIt > liBt of 43 the Italian vic victims vicUrs viet1m ¬
lations 1tHons tims t1m Urs number nunbe 35 3 The TTi lTe 4t als cL 6z dead are re relations re1tHons reltUons ¬
Conceal the Sick SickIn SickIn SickIn
In spite spie of all al that has been done to toreassure toreaure toreassure
reassure reaure them the many df tf the Italians Italianscontinue Ialans Ialansontnue Italianscontinue
continue ontnue to make efforts forts to conceal their theircases theIr1aS08 theirkases
cases 1aS08 They The are still stl panicstricken panicstrickenand panicstricken1Td
and 1Td turn In fear from the physicians physiciansand physIoIansand hysiciansand
and health healh officers ofcerA It I was due largely largebo
to o the energy with which the marine marinehospital maine maineopial marinehospital
hospital opial forces fores set let about the work of ofdiscovering ordlSoering ofdiscovering
discovering dlSoering hidden cases cses that Tues Tuesdays Tuesdays rucsdays ¬
days record was made so large largeWith larg largeWith
With Vlh local loal inspectors they Ignored Ignoredthe Jgored Jgoredth ignoredthe
the th custom < and insisted upon reach reach1n1 reachng ¬
ing 1n1 ng sptj spots where they the believed beleved cases cse to topxist toxl8t toexiit
pxist xl8t Since this campaign has been in inT inlrorre inVrOrrese
T rorress lrorre cases have turno turned UD In the themost thenOAt themost
most nOAt unexpected unex cted nlaces Iace In one In Instance Inehlnct instance
stance ehlnct when the officers ofcer had made mad a athorough ahorou
4 thorough horou h inspection Irspeton of premises and andfailed andaipd andlailed
failed aipd to find fnd what they were looking loking lokingor lookingor
for or they went through throu h
thEY a skylight skyI ht and andfound andfound andsound
found a sick man ma lying on the roof rof
In another case they the the found a patient patientconcealed patent patentconcealed patientconcealed
concealed under a cistern The other
day da a wagon loaded loRed with Wih household householdRoods householdoods householdgnods
Roods oods and ad accompanied acompanied by Italians Italiansstarted Ialans Ialansstartfd Italansstartd
started startfd to cross cro on the ferry Suspi Suspiclous
clous officers ofcers Insisted Insiste on an Investiga ¬
4 Investg
lion lon and when the wagon waon was un ¬
loaded a very ver sick man was wa found
One of the reasons reaons the fever has hastut hasspred hasspread
spred spread amon among the ltIRn Itallane is hc because ause
they sleep wihout without tut protection protecton against againstmosquitoes againstm08Quloe againstmoequitoe
m08Quloe mosquitoes mosquitoesPostoffice
Postoffice Postoffce Bars Mail MailPostmaster Mai MailPostmaster
Postmaster PO tmaftpr Woodward today toay re received reCeived recelved ¬
ceived Ceived a letter leter from the railway raiwy mall mallservice mal mallservice
service 1ervi at Atlanta Atanta saying syin that Green Greenville GreenvIIle ¬
ville le Miss lss has notified noUne that office om o that thatereafter thatI
I hereafter ereafter it I will wl receive no letter lettermailed lettermailed
leter letermane
mailed mane from frm New Orleans Olen that has ha not
been disinfected disinfece and that under no nocircumstances
circumstances Ircumsances will wi It receive recfive news newspapers newspape newspapers ¬
papers pape whether disinfected diinfeted or 0 not I
It I was said at the state stte board of
health healt today that Secretary Secrotr Hunter of
the Mississippi lUslllJpl board would probably I
be b here shortly shorty to survey sune the situa ¬
tion ton generally generaly and especially especialy to study stud
the sclent scientific me
sientfc fight fght now In J progress
based baed on the mosquito mosquio theory ther How Howover Howvcr How4wer
over vcr the Louisiana officials lit
ofcials expect ¬
lt
tle modification modlfraton of the quarantine
quarantne regu reguat reguations ¬
lations at ns until untI the fever ver is I entirely
entrel3
stamped out
owIng to the widespread
disinclination dlslndlnaton of the Mississippi lUselsippi public publc
lo accept the mosquito mosquio theory theoryInterstate ther theoryInterstate
Interstate I ntcrtate Row RowSummon RowSugeon RowSurgeon
4 Summon White Yhle of the Marine hos ¬
pital itl Ita3 service slvice has returned from frm the
Mississippi I8ls8ippl coast coast from which point he
talked tlke over the long distance distnce telephone telephonewith telephonewIth telephonewith j
with Governor Vardarnan Dr White Whitesaid Whilesaid Whitesaid
said the governor had given courteouB courteouBconsent courteouBconsent
consent to the establishment etablshment courteu of a de de d ¬ I
tention tenton amp on the Mississippi Mlssl lppl side sl e of
the s sttf state ate line lne of the Louisville Luisvie Nash Nashville NashviIle ¬
ville le road and would arrange arrnge for the theadmission theadmltion thendmieion
admission admltion to Mississippi points of
lUgisippl per persons perrns pereons ¬
sons rns from New Orleans Orlens who enter the thecamp thecamp thecamp
camp and arr discharged with cer ¬
tificates tOcte of the federal surgeons There Theres
Is s no longer any obstacle to the move movement II0Ve II0Vement movenient ¬ I
ment of o passengers pasenger through Missis Mississippi lIsls lIslsslppJ Mississippi ¬
sippi sippiThe slppJ sippiThe
The question queton of whether federal feeral con control contrl eontiel ¬
trol trl of the situation situaton situati ought to be in invited i 1nvIted ¬
vited ned Is still sUI discussed diussed but unless unlessaer unlessgraver I Ipraver
graver aer conditions condiions arise It I Is not re regarded regarded regarded ¬
garded as likely Ikely that there will wI be beany beany beany
any movement In that direction directon Mayor lIaor
Herrman Heran today signed signe the mosquito mosquitoordinance mosquitoordinance mosquitoordinance
> ordinance and It was later reviewed
1 In n the official ofcial journal journal It I requires that thatcisterns thatcisterns
cisterns shall shal be screened within forty fortyeight fortyeight
eight Ight hours by property owners owner or their theiragents theiragnts theiragents
agents agentsNo agntsNo agentsNo
No apprehension exists exist of any an seri serious seritm ¬
ous tm s results resuls from the trouble that ser has hasarisen hasarisen hasarisen
arisen on the MississippiLouisiana MississippiLouisianaborder llslssipplLulsiana
1 border oVer the enforcement of the theMississippi thellssisslppl theMississippi
Mississippi llssisslppl quarantine quarantne With Wih Govern Governor ¬
or Vardaman anxious anxous to avoid any anyconflict anyconfct anyconflict
conflict confct with wih the Louisiana Luisiana authorities authoritiesIt authorites
It 1 is thought the Mississippi soldiers soldierswho sldier soldierswho
who ho have been b en coming freely across acrossthe acrossthe acrossthe
the Mississippi line will wi hereafter be berequired berequIred berequired
required to keep eep on their ther side of the thebonier thebrler theborder
bonier brler and thus all ul further furthe po possibility possibilityof lbUt
of clashes will wl be e removed removedContinued removedontinucd renwvedontinucd
ontinucd on Page 2 2l
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START ST ART IS MADE MADEFOR MADEFOR H HFOR
FOR RESERVATION RESERVATIONLong RESERVATION RESERVATIONLong
Long Procession Is Begun Beg Tip Provo ProvoCanyon PovoCanyon ProvoI ProvoCanyon
I Canyon Toward Promised Plomed Land LandFEW Lnd LndFEW LandFEW
FEW ENROLLED YESTERDAY YESTERAYLESSENING YESTERDAYLES YESTEFAYLESSENING
LESSENING LES ENING OF REGISTRATION REGISTRATlpN AT ATALL ATALL ATALL
ALL POINTS POINTSYESTERDAYS POI POINTSYESTERDAYS NTS NTSVESTERDA
YESTERDAYS VS REGISTRATION REGISTRATIONProvo REGISTRAIONProvo
Provo 818 818Vernal 818Vernal 818Vernal
Vernal 250 250Price 250Price 250Price
Price 178 178Grand 178Grand 178Grand
Grand Junction Jun tion 1267 1267Tqtal 1267TQtal 1267Ttal
Tqtal yesterday 2513 2513Total
0
Total for two days 7980 7980Special 7980Special 7980Special
I Inovo
Special to The The Herald HeraldI Herld HeraidP
I ROVO Aug 2 2The The movement in into into ¬
p
to the th Uintah reservation reervaton began begantoday Iegan Iegantoday begantoday
today This morning morninG a few 1W load loaded 1Oaded ¬
ed their tlelr outfits outfts into covered coverid wagons wagonsandjstartjed wagonsald wagonsaiidstarted
andjstartjed ald tarted up Provo canyon Others OthersfollQw Othersfoliqw I Ifollw
follQw follw tomorrow and by the last of o the theweek theweek I Iweek
week the road into the heart of the themountains theniotintains
mountains o ntalns will w1 be pretty prett well wel lined linedwith lned lnedwith linedwith I
with camp cmp outfits outfitsTo outft outfitsTo
To those who have registered the theclosed theclosed I Iclosed
closed gates into this forbidden ground groundhave groundhave groundhave
have opened They The may come to ohose ohosethe ohosethe chosethe
the lands on which they hope to file fileThey fle fleThe fileThey
They The may not settle stte They hey may uiay come comeby comeby comeby
by any route they choose eho in any n fash fashIon rashIon fashion
Ion But they must bring their regis registration rogistraton registration ¬
tration traton certificates cert10cate These are their theirtickets theiri theirtickets
tickets i ts of admission ad iSion the only one they theyneed theyrom theyneed
need needIjjrom needErom
Ijjrom rom Provo to the reservation reservationacross resenaton resenatonacross reservationacross
across the thetract tract thence on to Vernal Vernalthis Vernalthis Vernalthis
this Is i the favored route rute The great greatmajority greatmajority greatmajority
majority pf of those equipped euipped to travel travelinto travelinto travelinto
into this promised land have chosen chosenIt chosenI
It I
Ready For Hard Journey JourneyAnd JourneyAnd Journey4nd
And equipped to travel meaiis melns somq som somthing
thing when it I comes to entering enterinG ent rlng the theUintah theUlntah theUintah
Uintah reservation reservaton Utah men have haverealized havereaized haverealized
realized reaized this all al along And that ac accounts accounts accounts ¬
counts for the long strings of covered coveredwagons covcredwUGona coveredvagons
wagons wUGona that tat rattled ratted Into Provo yester yesterday yeser yeserday yesterday ¬
day and those that followed folowed today todayBeneath todayBencatQ todayBeneath
j Beneath the dingy ding canvas canva of many manywere manywere manywere
were rolls rols of blankets camp cmp utensils utensilsand utensis utensisand utensilsand
and filled fled grain sacks sacks The drivers driverstanned dives divestanned driverstanned
tanned and nd calico caIco shlrted were ready readyfor readyfor readyfor
for the long journey journeySomewhat journeySomewhat journeySomewhat
Somewhat pathetic pathetc were the cases cses of ofothers ofothers ofothers
others and men of the west at that thatThe that thatThe
The realization realzaton that they might peep peepInto peepInto peepinto
Into the promised prmIsed land so soon as a they theycould theycould theycould
j could reach Its bounds hound became known knownamong knownamong knownamong
i among the great majority majoriy today toda At Atonce Atonce Atonce
once the strangers stranger began beGan to plan They Theyfound Theyfound Theyfound
found It I was not an easy journey jourey to tomap tomap tomap
map out outYou outJYou outYou
JYou You cant very VCI well pack your grub grubon
on your our back and strike out afoot afootsaid afootsaid afootsaid
said one on big blue shlrted miner from fromNevadfc fromNendh fromNevadh
Nevadfc Nendh lohis to his partner Theyh TbeylIed TbeylIedit Tbeyh4eied Tbeyh4eiedit ried riedIt
It a year ear near Tonopah and failed failedThey failedThey aied aiedThey
They heard of Q jLhis 1 onenjng eig and an took tookthe tookthe tookthe
the chancs chan TWffiWWe Tariff T SW Quelgg Wfe mnthem 1hnlthfmtwo 1hnlthfmtwomu1es hthmto hthmtomules tol tolmules
mules o yourn yournTVe yournVa yourflTe
TVe Va Te might hook up with wih some sme out outfit outft outfit ¬
fit other otherA ft and make mae it i that way said the theother te teothor theother
A stranger suggested staging it i and andgot andgot andgot
got fine fne scorn for f r his pains painsYou pRinsYou painsYou
You got to travel and make camp campwhen campwhen campwhen
when you get there said the big man manYou manYou manYou
You cant jump off of of a stage and andsee andsee andsee
see the whole thing not in that moun mountain mountain mountam ¬
tain tam country countryTwo countryTwo countryTwo
Two others happened along They The Thehad Theyhad
J had come come from the Tintic Tlntc district by byteam bytea byteam
team tea and were planning to leave via viaProvo vIaProvo viaProvo
Provo canyon Friday Frday morning They Theywere Theywere Theywere
were hailed haied and they tpld their plans plansAnd plansAnd plansAnd
And forthwith forthwit the four began to talk talkbusiness talkbusiness talkbusiness
business The party was made up in inside Ingide insIde ¬
side half h lt an a hour And neither neiher pair pairhad pairhad pairhad
had seen s en the other before beforeTalked beforeTalked beforeTalked
Talked in the Rain RainSuch RainSuch RainSuch
Such things were going on all al over overtown overtown overtown
town this evening A shower fell fellquietly fel I Iquietly
quietly quiety just at dusk and little ltte groups groupsof
of men stood talking while whie the th rain raindrops raindrops raindropS
drops raised minute dust puffs pufs on on their theirbroad theirbroad
broad felt fel hats and occasionally occasionaly sput sputtered sputI sputtered I
I tered angrily angriy in their glowing pipe pipeI pipebowls
I bowls
bowlsWere
Were just figuring fguring out that same sameproposition sameprop sameprop
proposition prop sltQn sitIctn said the spokesman of one onestreet onestreet onestreet
street corner conference when asked askedwhether askedwhether I Iwhether
whether he had had run across aross any who whowere whowere whowere
were going to the reservation reervaton over overland overland overland ¬
land landWere I
Were tryln tr1in to make a a dicker now nowwith nowwih I Iwith
with wih this man for horses horsesThis hores horesris horsesThis
This man khaki clad stood by bywhittling bywhitlng bywhittling
whittling whitlng a bit of timber He had hadbrought hadbrought I Ibrought
brought his team from the Deseret Deseretcountry Descretcountr Deseretcountry
country countr and hadnt planned to go on onunless onunlCs onunIes
unless unlCs he drew a lucky number But Buthe Buthe Buthe
he had no crops cops to call cal him back home homeand homeand homeand
and his family famly was provided for so he hewhittled hewhited bewhittled
whittled whited his stick and looked straight straightahead straightahead straightahead
ahead noncommittal noncommital waiting waithtG for forterms forters forterms
terms termsA ters tersA
A quartette quartete stood in front of the theSixth theSixth theSixth
Sixth ward meeting meetlg house Prom Fom the thebasement thebasement thebasement
basement came a clatter cater of knives knive and andforks andforks andforks
forks Through the open door one onecould onecould onecould
could see the lines lnes of brown faces and andwhite andwhie andwhite
white whie teeth at the long tables The Thefour Thefour
four on the lawn argued arguedplacidly placidly for forthey forthey forthey
they had hat just eaten catenn on the advisabil advisability advisabi ¬
ity Iy of going now or waitng waiting to see what whatluck what whatluck
luck would come to them themWe theme themWe
We e might as well wel wait wal If I we go gonow gonow gonow
now and draw draw nothing Tothlng were ditched ditchedsaid ditchedsid ditchedsaid
said sid one
To Go Or to Wait WaitIf WaitI
If I we wait were ditched ditchedou ditchedoumen you youmean youmoan
mean men said sid his partner Go In now nowand nowand nowand
and you ou get sight of some good land landWail landV landWalt
Wail V alt for the th drawing drawinG and you 3OU aint got gottin gottin
1m tin tt to pick pickAnd pick pickAnd
And interrupted a a Texan rex81 whohad whohadseen wbohadsoon I
seen 5 OJ this tort ort of thing bfore you youcan younget ou oubet
can nget > get a good show if you OU aint lucky luck I
ThorQs many aint a going lo prove proveup proveup I
up You all al just wait wal till after afer the theaixty thesixty I
sixty day da limit lmi an youll oul bp able n ai i to tohomestead t thomestead
homestead on gootl go ground Id Id a heap heaprather heaprather
rather rthcr take a good 40 where I lean can get getmy getmy I
my m own water wattr than take takl some omo o those thosoquarter thoseQuarter thosequarter
quarter sections s ctonB and have to wait wilt for a acrial acanal I Icanal
canal crial canalSUch j
crialSch Such Sch things were on many man tongues tonguestonight tonguestonight
tonight and many may have determined to togo togo togo I
go Most of these will wi leave their ad addresses addresses addresses ¬
dresses as Vernal and will wil cross tha thatlon thareservation
reervaton reservation tlon to that point with wih a view viewto viewto f I
to making maing it pretty proty well wel before filing flng j
time If unlucky some I
tme I plan to locate locateothers locate01hers locateothers
others who are more lucky and to I Iget Iget Iget
get a n consideration considerton for so doing doingThe doingThe doingThe 1
The men from points up Provo can eanon canyen j i
yon on will w1 many of them move up to the thereservation thereservation I IrORcrvaton I
reservation rORcrvaton this week Some of thesa thesamen thesamen thesemen
men know the country countr well wel having
herded sheep or cattle catte over it in days daysgone daysgone daysgone
gone bY bYIn j 1 1In
In connection connecton with this movement to toI toIward toward 1 1ward
ward the reservation reservaton there Is one bit of ofadvice I Iadvice Iadvice
advice from frm old timers tmers at these draw drawInga drawIngs drawIngs
Ings that some are remembering remomberlnG It I Is Istbia istIJ isth1
tbia th1
tbiaDont tIJ
Dont Dnt pick only one tract Someone Someonewith Someonewih Someonewith
with wih a lower number may ma maygot got It it Choose Chooseseveral Choosofworl Chooseseveral
several fworl and take down do vn their desorlp dcalp
iiojig tm Then you youhavo have 80mothng something to fall fal alt
back baeko aekfon > on > 1 1Continued j 1
> Continued Contnu d on Page 2 2 i
WITTE HOPEFUL HOPEFULFOR HOPE HOPEFULFOR FUL FULFOR
FOR PEACE TERMS TERMSRussian TERMSRussian
Russian Envoy Env nvoy r Praises ri es American AmericanNewspapers Amercan AmercanNewsp AniricaN
Newspapers NewspapersKIND Newsp N wspap p r rKIND rs rsKIND
KIND WORDS FOR JAPS JAPSRUSSIAS JAPSRUSSIAS JAPSRUSSIAS
RUSSIAS FRIENDSHIP FRIENDSHIP FRIENDSHIPFOR FOR THE THEUNITED THEUNITEI THEUNITED
UNITED STATES STATESMM STA STAt STAN
UNITEI
4 + + MM + + t + + rM44 + + + + r + + + + + + 4M + 4 + 4 MM MMT + + + 44 44New
+ +
T + New N w York Aug 2 2Clolhed Clothed with wih wihplenary withplenary +
4 + plenary powers personally 4 +
power per nall3 pre prepared prepared
4 + pared and signed siged by his hi sovereign SOereig sovereignSergius 4 +
4 + Serglus Seri us Witte Wite Russias ranking rankingplenlpotentar rankingplenipotentiary 4 +
+ 4 plenipotentiary plenlpotentar to the he Washington WaSington WaSingtononference Washingtonconference +
+ Conference landed here today +
4 + from the Kaiser Kaser WHhelm Vlhelm der 4
4 + Grosse as quietly quiety and democrat democraUcaly democratcally 4 +
4 + cally caly as the most humble of his fel id +
4 + low passengers He was met by 4 +
4 the Russian consul genacgl who 4 +
genoDI
4 + had ha come down the harbor habor In a areenue arevenue +
4 + revenue cutter with wih a party of +
4 + Russian Rusia consuls and vice Ice consuls 4 +
+ 4 Soon after afer the ship left lef quaran quarn 4 +
4 + tine Mr Witte
tne 11 Wite surrounded by a 4 +
4 + large group of newspaper men who whocme whocame +
4 + came cme down the harbor on the therevenue therevenue +
+ 4 revenue cutter cuter and by as many of +
4 + the passengers as a could crowd crowdaround crowdaround 4 +
+ around him called < ied to his side Pro 4 +
Po
4 + fessor De Martens a member of +
4 + his suite suie and nd handed to him a astatemQt astatemtnt 4 44r +
4r statemant statemQt with wih the direction directon that 4 +
+ he deliver delver it i in English Englsh as the thegreetng thegreeting 4 +
+ greeting greetng of Mr Witte Vitc on his ar 4 +
+ 4 rival In this country countr Professor Profesor 4 +
4 + De Martens read the greeting 4 +
4 + In a clear voice and geetng
at Its Is Isconclusion ItsconclusIon 4 +
+ conclusion Mr Witte Wite received receiveda 4 +
4 + a hearty ovation which
heary ovaton evi en +
+ 4 dently denty pleased him and which 4 +
4 + ho acknowledged by several bows +
4 + and then walked away a to another +
4 + side of the ship to look at the thestatue thestatue +
4 + statue of Liberty Libertyt + 4A 4NEW
+
+
+ + + + A + + ± + + t + f + ± + t + + + t + + + J + 4 4 t 4 4 t 44 44MEW t tNEW
NEW MEW YORK YORK Aug 2 When Whe the Kaiser KaiserTVilhelm Kaisr Kaisrihelm KaiserJ
J TVilhelm ihelm der Grosse arrived arrved at a her herpier herpier1 herpier
pier pier1 M Witte handed to Professor ProfessorDe Profeor ProfeorDe
De Martens the following Colowing statement statementwhich ttatemet ttatemetwhich statementwhich
which Professor De Martens read aloud aloudFor aloudFor aloudFor
For the friendly greetings rCtng of the theAmerican thE theAmerican
American Americn newspapers newsppr upon my first lr visit visitto v1it v1itt visitto
to the hosoltable shores
t hoDltble shorc of the United
States Stte I offer my heartfelt hortfelt thanks This Ths
kind kin attention attenton touches me all al the more moreprofoundly moreprofoundly moreprofoundly
profoundly because buse I realize rlze the vastness vastnesaof
of o the power pwer wielded by the press prCs of the theUnited
United States State and admire amire the keen in ¬
telligence telhence with wih which it i is uniformly uniormly di directed directe directed ¬
rected recte I am glad to be b able abl to add that
I also aso appreciate aprelat the th ethical ethicl worth of
the alms of the attainment attinment of which that thatpower tbt tbtPOwer thatpower
power is so often oton and so successfully
employed employedOne employedOne employedOne successfuly
One of the noblest of those the alms Is
the establishment etablshment of peace a and d ams friend friendship frend frendship friendship ¬
ship amen amonl among nations ntols and it is to the thepraiseworthy thePraiseworthy
te tepraiseworthy
praiseworthy efforts efort of the people of the
United Unied States Stt0 In this thf direction directon that my
visit visi to the new world Is I attributable
For it i is I in compliance complance with wih the attibutable American Americanpeoples Americanpeples AmericanPeoples
peoples peples desire deire for peace of which Frost Pesl ¬
dent Roosevelt R < vclt was pace the authorized ex exponent exponent cxponent ¬
ponent ponent that his majesty the czar has hasempowered hasempwere hasempowered
empowered empwere me to come hither and ascer ¬
acer
tain tin tam tho conditions conditons which our gallant galRnt ad adversary adversary adversary ¬
versary deems dems necessary neessar and adequate as asa asa
a basis for peace pao negotiations negotiationsHopes negUat negotiationsHopes n nHopes
Hopes For Peace PeaceI
I need hardly point out that It j is my
ardent arent nee desire that tht the two chivalrous chivrous
foes f e ee who first tTt became acquainted acquanted on
the field of battle batte may have hve found in ineach ineach
each others a sterling rJ r qualities motives motivespowerful motivespowerful
r
Jerr 1 e t tQuaintacship
powerful enough o to cultivate cu1t that th ac acquaintanceship xcquaintaneeship ¬
quaintanceship Quaintacship until untl it ripens rpens Into lasting lastng
friendship Meanwhile rcawhie however the theterms thetrs thetCrms
terms trs offered offere must first frst bo b ascertained ascertainedweighed acertned acertnedeighe ascertainedweighed
weighed eighe and ad judged Judge admissibly by Russia RUSla
before she can ca proceed prceed to formal fonl negotia neoUa ¬
tions Hitherto Hlhero as a you are ae aware aware it i was wascustomary wascustomary
customary customar in cases caes like lke this to settle sette all allsuch al allsuch
such h prellmlnarltes before the meeting of ofthe ofthe
hpf pf f fll ree h 1 1to
the plenipotentiaries whose s set et task It was wasto wasto
to come to a final fina agreement on the mat ¬
ters ter under discussion discussionNow dlscusson dlscussonNow discussionNow
Now the very ver fact tat that his majesty majety the theczar theczr theczar
czar czr consented consent to take a course coure involv involving involvIng involving ¬
ing departure dearture from frm this ancient diplomatic diplomaticusage 41plomtc 41plomtcusge diplomaticUsage
usage usge and to appoint appint a mission mlsslol to learn learnthe lern lernthe learnthe
the nature nture of our brave enemys terms is isan isan Isan
an eloquent eloquet token of the friendly feeling feelingwhich feeUngwhich feelingwhich
which he and his subjects continue contnue to tocherish tos tocherish
cherish towards the h people e of the United
s f tf UJit g gepch
States I say to cherish h because c e at no noepoch noepoch
epoch epch of our history histor have our traditional traditionalrelations trditonal trditonalrelatons traditionalrelations
relations relatons wit hthis great Jeat republic republc been beenother bn bnother beenother
other than cordial cordia And now n01 I should
like lke to say sy and an to prove to your our people peoplewho peple peplewho peoplewho
who live lve less les In the past pst than In the th pres present pre presOct ¬
Oct nt and the future that it I is the fervent ferventwish ferent ferentwish ferventwish
wish of the emperor evcror and the people peple of ofRussia ofRussia ofRussia
Russia further furter to strengthen strnthen the ties tc of offriendship offrendshlD offriendship
friendship frendshlD which have hitherto hithero subsisted subsistedbetween subsistedbtween subsistedbetween
between btween the two nations nationsIt
natons natonsI
It I Is I in virtue 1rue of that sincere desire desirethat desirethat desirethat
that his majesty maeto the tle czar waiving waving all allother al allother
other considerations consideratons has unhesitatingly unhesitatinglyaccepted unhesittngly unhesittnglyacclpte unhesitatinglyaccepted
accepted acclpte the cordial Invitation ImUaton of your yourfirst yourfirst yourfirst
first citizen ctzen and ad genial enla loader ader And Ad If Ifmy i iflay
my mission should prove In all 1 other re respects reSpects ¬
spects sJcts barren barn and nd the thl endeavor ndeavor to find finda
a common basis for f peace negotiations negotiationsshould negotiationsshould C OI t tfl
should h lW3 fall fc for the e ef time fm being lg the signal signalproof signalproof
proof of friendship f d given by his majesty
fl
the czar and the Russian f Ya nation n o would wouldstill wouldstill J Jstl
still stl stand stanI out as a a memorable memorble event eventfraught eventfru eventfraught
fraught fru ht I trust trst with wih farreaching1 CarreachlnJ and andbeneficent andbeneCcent andbeneficent
beneficent beneCcent results result to t the two great aet pee peoples pe peeplea ¬
plea Ills of the west Wet and ad the east eastTho castTH eastThe
The TH Kaiser WJlhelm Wihelm dor Grosse GrSc with withM wth withiI
M 1 Serclus 5r1IU8 Witte arrived arived In quarantine quarantlnothis a1ntne a1ntnethis
this afternoon aternooJ Mr Witte was wa r in good goodhealth Jd Jdhelh goodhealth
health helh The 1Ie ship had a good go passage passagebeing rsge rsgebing passagebeing
being bing smooth smoth except on Sunday ar aLd d Mon Monday 1on 1onday Monday ¬
day when It was a a little Uttc rough roughOn rouih rouihOa roughOn
On shipboard M 1 Witte was wa generally generallyreticent goneraIj generallYreticent
reticent retcnt when the subject of his mission missionwas missionwa missionwas
was wa mentioned mpntoned However to an Asso Associated Assoclaterj Assoelated ¬
elated Press Pre correspondent correspndent who accom accompanlfd accompan aceompanjed
said panlfd pan Id him from Cherbourg CherbourG M Witte Wittesaid Wite Witesaid Wittesaid
saidThe
The Russians have had reverses revtrse but butthis butthis butthis
this does doe not signify that they have lost lostthe 10stthe lostthe
the power that was wa known to the Mus Muscovite 1lus 1luscoltc Muscovite ¬
covite befOre the war nor does it J mean meanthat meanthat meanthat
that Russia has become beome a negligible negligiblequantity neglgible neglgibleQuantty negligIblequantity
quantity Quantty nor that the Japanese have ac acquired acQuired acquirod ¬
quired by result resul of the recent victories victoriessuch vlctorJessuch victoriessuch
such a a supremacy as to make the Rus Russian Russian Russian ¬
sian empire consider thorn A truly re redoubtable redoubtble redoubtable ¬
doubtable doubtble enemy enemyJaps enemyJaps enemyJaps
Japs Good Qualities QualitiesM Q altes
M 1 Witte 1Vite recognizes the good qualities qualitiesof qualtes qualtesof
of the Japanese military mitary and naval or organizations organlzJtons organizatons ¬
ganizations ganlzJtons and anI does not believe belove any anyother an anthe anyother
other the European nation naton would have been beenable beenable een eenable
able to resist r lst Japan Japn as Russia Rusia had done doneIt doneI I
It I must be taken tken Into consideration cnsideraton said saidM aid aidM aidM
M VVItte that the thcJapanese Japanese had been beenpreparing bCfn bCfnpreparlh beenpreparii
preparing for war for about ten years yearswhile yearshle yearswhile
while hle Rvssla was entirely etrely unprepared unpreparedwishing unpreparedwihing
wishing wihing for ftr and nTU trusting trustfS In peace poce The TheJapanese MICJapnnesl I IJapanese
Japanese Japnnesl fought In their own neighbor neighborhood nellhbor ¬
hood under nil al favorable conditions conditionswhile conditons conditonswhll conditionswhile
while whll tho Russians had to be sent 000 000vorsts 9 1100vorsts
vorsts from theIr headquarters hea quarters over a arailway aralwa arailway
railway ralwa entirely ent eutrcl ld tJelr Insufficient losuflclclt to their needs needsand needsand needsand
and to fight a colonial war ar with wih all al co coefficients cocftclpnts coefficisnts ¬
efficients cftclpnts rvealnst alJst them There Is not in inhistory Inhlstor inhistory
history hlstor another example cxamplt of a similar simiar dis disproportion dlsproporton disproportion ¬
proportion proporton between enemies enemiesNevertheless enemiesNeverthlles enemiesNevertheless
Nevertheless Neverthlles all al the foreign fOreig officers oficers of ofthe ofthe otthe
the European armies arie who followed oUowd the thewar thear thewar
war ar are unanimous In affirming aftrmlng that the theRussian theRussian theRussian
Russian troops both soldiers and officers officersfought otCcers otCcersfoulht officersfought
fought foulht wIth bravery but they had to tow towthdraw
withdraw w tbdrw on account accolnt of a combination combinaton combinatonor combinationof
of circumstances with wit which their per personal personal personal ¬ 1
sonal valor could not 10t contend cob tend On the thesea thesea
sea the Russians found themselves con constant eonstantly
stantly stant in inferior InferloJ conditions conditons The squad squadron squadvon I
ron of Rojestyensky < was as sent against againstJapan againstJapan I I
Japan not because the Russians had hadmuch hadm hadmUch
much m ch confidence confdence in It6 Is it success 8UCCCS but be because because because ¬ I
cause they the could renounce from rom a amilitary amitr amilitary
military mitr and moral mora1 point of view Iew any anychance anychance anychance
chance no matter mater how uncertain of ob obtajning obtaining obtalning
tajning even a partial partal victory victorySuppose victorySuppose
Suppose for a moment that the warintead warinstead war
Instead of having taken place In Korea Koreaor I ora oraor
or Manchuria had been fought tught at the thetrue thetruo thetrue
true Russian frontier fronter Then the Japan Japanese apan apaneo ¬
ese eo would not have been able to face facethe facethe facethe
the Russian forces for more than six sixmonths sixmpnths sixmpnths
mpnths However even as things stand standthe standthe standthe
the Japanese have not ot made ado such pro propress proJ progress
J press S as as is generally generaly believed beleved in fact factthey factth factthpy
they th would have t to advance lh anc four times timesa tmes tmesa
a much 4ch as they th have lave aya donQ Jn J tho last lnstyo InstYrtr
year and a half h f to t reach roapRtzssla Russia proper properContinued properContinued
yo aJ U5Sla I
Continued Continued on Page P g 3
E
Strained Relations at in in the South
BRIDGE BRIGE STRIKEMAY STRIKE stIkEMAv MAY BE CALLED CALLEDWill CALLEDWil
Will Wil Involve 50000 50O Men MenIrbuble Trouble Is Over ver Recognition Recogniton of ofUnion ofUnion ofUnion
Union By American Bridge Company CompanySubContractors CompanySubContr CompanySubContractors
SubContractors SubContr ctors
1
NE M BW YORK YOR Aug AuG 2 21n In all al proba probability proba probaI
I bility blty there will wJI be says thej the J
World today a a national natonal nationalagainst a rikej rikejagainst rk
against the American AmerIcn Bridge company cCmpan3 j
Should the strike strke be called caled more than thanfOO thanoooo
60000 fOO men will wi be Involved InvolvedThe involvedThe 3
The workers attribute the trouble tq
the alleged aleged employment employent of nonunion nonunionmen nonunionmen nonunionmen
men by b the Boston Bridge company
Brdge
Frank Frnk Buchanan president presdent of the In ¬
ternational ternatona Association Associaton of Bridge and and1Structural
Structural Iron Workers Worker arrived arived in the thecity thociy th thcity
city ciy yesterday and will wi make his head headIt headquarters headquarters
quarters here durIng the controvesy
It I Is very ver possible he controvery said that a astrike ai aistrke astrike
strike strke will wi take tke place lae I can cn do noth not
Ing for a day or two except to t waitfor wait for1 for1developments
developments Should the strike strikeordere b bordered bordered
ordered ordere Jt i will wi have the assistance aSsstaQc or1 or1MONUMENT o oMONUMENT ofMONUMENT
MONUMENT TO SAIliQRS SAIliQRSShaft SAII RS RSI
Shaft in Memory Memor of the te Victims Victs of ofthe ofthe ofthe
I the Bennington enngn Will Wi Be Beliaised BeRaised e eied
liaised liaisedSan ied iedSa 1 1San
San Sa Diego Ca Aug 2 2As 2As As soon as a the theextent theextent theOxtent
extent of the disaster disater on the th gunboat Ben Bcnnington Bennington Beniiington
nington was known to the local public publicIt publc publcit
It was wa proposed that funds fund be raised raisedby raisedb1 raisedby
by popular subscription subscripton for the purpose purposeof
of erecting erectng a shaft In the little ltte military militarycemetery mitary mitarycemetery militarycemetery
cemetery to commemorate the event eVnt of ofwhich orwhich ofwhich
which the Bennington boys whose bodies bodieswere bodieswere bodieswere
were buried there lost their teir lives lv The Theannouncement Theannouncement he heannouncement
announcement of the proposal proposa was wa fol followed followed followed ¬
lowed by the gift gir of many small smal sums sumsof sumsot sumsof
of money mone which now amount to a little littleover ltte ltteover littleover
over a thousand thouand dollars dolar It I is now stated statedby stted sttedby statedby
by Captain F J Drake of the Mare Is Island Island island ¬
land navy yard that there thee Is practically practicallyno practcalY practcalYno
no doubt that the government Jovernmcnt will wiJ erect erecta
a fine ahaft at the military m I ta cemetery cemeteryPoint cemeteryPoint cemeteryPoint
Point Loma Loma in memory of the dead sea seamen seamen seamen ¬
men It I will wi probably be b a single shaft shaftof shaftof
of stone bearing bronze plates inscribed inscribedwith inlcribed inlcribedwih inscribedith
with wih ith the names name of the dead sailors sailorsIn saiors saiorsIn
In view of this it has ha been decldd to en enlarge enlage enlarge ¬
large lage the scope of the popular popula proposal proposaland proposaland proposaland
and endeavor to secure sufficient suffcient funds fundsto
to build buid and equip a club house which whichshall whichshal whichshall
shall shal offer oter to t sailors saior on shore a asocial asocialrendezvous social socialrendezvous ocal ocalrendezvous
rendezvous without wihout the kind of alur allure allurements allurements ¬
ments ment found In the resorts resort often oren fre frequented freQuented Crcquented ¬
quented by mariners mariner An organization organizationhas organiz lon lonhas
has been effected consisting consistng of the fol followlnsr followln 101lowing
lowing lowln officers officersPresident offIcer officersPresident
President President Colonel R T Dodge vice vicepresident vicepreident vicepresident
president preident Roscoe Howard Secretary J Jhoped JI J JI
I Clyde Hlzar treasurer L L J Willie Vlde I It Is Ishoped ishoped
hoped to raise rase 50000 0 for the object In InCHAUFFEUR Invipw inview
vipw view viewCHAUFFEURATTACKED
e e eCHAUFFEUR
CHAUFFEUR CHAUFFEURATTACKED CHAUFFEURATTACKEDBan ATTACKED ATTACKEDBan
Ban Down a Girl Gil and Mob of Women WomenAssailed WomenAssaled WomenAssailed
Assailed Assaled Him Hm With Clubs ClubsSaved Cubs CubsS ClubsSaved
Saved S ved by Police PoliceNew Polce PolceNew PoliceNew
New York Aug 2 2A A 6yearold 6yearold girl girlwas Slrlwa girlwas
was wa run down and probably fatally fataly hurt hurtlast hurtlat hurtlast
last lat night in Brooklyn by a large lage au automobile automobie aut ¬
tomobile tomobie t A mob attacked attcl ed the chauffeur chauffeurNils chaueurNis chauffeurNtis
Nils Nis BroIIn Broln who was saved save from serious seriousinjury seriousinjury erlousinuo
injury inuo by a policeman policemanThe polceman polcemanThe policemanThe
The child chid was wa at play in the street streetwith tret tretwih treot treotwith
with wih her mother and did not see see se the theautomobile theautomobie theautomobile
automobile automobie approaching Brolln Broln tried to tostop 10 10stop tostop
stop the machine mchine when he saw tho child childwas chid chidwa childwas
was wa bewildered bewidered and hesitated hesitted in which whichdirection whlc1directon whichdirection
direction directon to fly He threw on allof al Dt his hisbrakes hIsbrakes hisbrakes
brakes and the motor stopped after ar r one onewheel ole olewheel onewheel
wheel had passed over the body of the thechild thechild
child chid Brolin Broln Jumped from from the machine machineand machineand
and hastened hatened to a phone where he called calledfor eled eledfor calledfor
for an ambulance Upon his return to tothe JOthe tothe
the automobile automobie he found a threatening threateningcrowd threateningcrowd threateningcrowd
crowd surrounding two friends whom he hehad hehad hehad
had In the machine Women with wih clubs clubsstruck cub cubstruck clubsstruck
struck at him and men threw stones un until untl Until ¬
til tl the policeman polceman arrived arrivedThe arrivedThe arrivedThe
The mother took the insensible body
in her arms and refusing to let the am ambulance anibulance ¬
bulance doctors touch her h cr carried the thechild thachid thechild
child chid half hal a mile to the hospital hospitalPAPAS h05vlal hospitalPAPAS
r
PAPAS BIG BOY BOYWAS BOYWAS BOYWAS
WAS VERY NAUGHTY
+ N New ar w York A Au Aug 29n 2On 0 complaint comph nt 4 + 1 1of
+ of ljs s rather rather Alfred Alred Price Pice a IGyoar llyor i 4 +
4 old boy by who Is more than six si feet fet 4 + I
+ tall tl and of manly proportions proportons has +
tbeen + been arrested arreste The father declared + I
+ that when 1hen he remonstrated with declare the 4 4young i
4 + young giant Iant for some action acton the boy 4
4 + demolished demolshe everything ever thing in the dining <
4 room threatened thretened to fire the te house house houseand d
4 + and ad loudly declared decard that If a police poUceman policeman i
4 + man attempted atempte to stop top him he would < I
4 + kill ki him
4 4 Alfred Alred senior dodging the te flying flyingH < I
fbln
H + glassware and china china ran rn into then theni the thestret
i i + street stret and ad called calo a 0 patrolman patrolm After Aftera Arer Arera <
+ a long search In the house the poi po
4 lice lce found the erstwhile ertwhie pugnaciously 11 4
4 + Inclined Inclned youth hiding under pUi3clously a bed bd in 4
4 + his father s room crying crlng as a If his 4 +
4 + heart would break break when hen taken to 4 +
+ the stton station AIreds Alfreds feUnJ feelings were wereonce
4 + once more lacerated when he was 4 +
+ turned over to the Childrens Chidrens so socioty socioty 4 +
4 + cioty +
+
+ 4 4 + 44 + 4 4 4 + + 4 + 4 + + 444 4 t M 4 44 M MM + 4444 4444FARRIS t tFARRIS M MFARRIS
FARRIS TRIAL BEGINS BEGINSJefferson BEGI BEGINSJefferson NS NSJeferon
Jefferson Jeferon City Ciy Mo o Aug 2 2The The taking takingof
of testimony tetmony was begun begn today In the trial trialof trialof
of Senator Frank H Ferris Feris OH O1 the charge chargeof
of ot bribery brber Senator SenatorE E B Dowell Dowel DowellsjfLa DowellsjfLaBelle ofLa ofLaBelle tLaBele
Belle Bele testified tcstfed concerning conc rnlng the UtI organlza orgniza orgnization
tion of the senate In 1901 01 and tho appolnt appoiitmeat
thoappoltt thoappolttmcnt
meat of committees commites by lieutenant Gov Governor Go Goernor ¬
ernor John A Lee as nresldonbi r of the thesenate thesenate
iJO tn f
senate Mr DruveH we 6 rt member r 9m 9mcomitt of the thecommittee thecommittee
committee comitt on jurisprudence jurlprrdcnc
the international Internatonal union and other labor labororganizations laboroIJanlzatons labororganizations
organizations organizationsA oIJanlzatons oIJanlzatonsA
A statement was made in behalf of ofthe ofthe ofthe
says the American Aercan Bridge Brdge company which whichsays whichsays whichsays
saysWe
We have not been officially ofcialy informed informedabout infor informddabout d dabout
about the trouble in New Haven but butwe butwe butwe
we have have the right to sublet our work workand workad workand
and ad have no right rght to impose conditions conditionson conditons conditonson
on on the subcontrators subcontrator further than a aguarantee agarntee aguarantee
guarantee garntee that they must do the work workproperly workproperly workproperly
properly We have an agreement with withthe wit withthe
the t e unions and employ only unionmen unionmenwhen union unionmenwhen men menwhen
when we do the work directly directy but In Insubletting Insublettng insubletting
subletting sublettng work we can ca only choose chose the thelowest thelowest thelowest
lowest bidder If it I is a responsible responsiblefirm reonsible reonsiblefrm responsiblefirm
firm frm If the union can cn convince a sub subcontractor subcontractor subcontractor
contractor that it i is for his best ad advantage advante advantage ¬
vantage vante toemploy to employ only union men menthat mentba menthat
that tba is a question queton between the te union unionajid unionad aniontuul
ajid ad him himMAY himMAY himMAY
MAY NEED GRAND JURY JURYJerome JURYJerome JURYJerome
Jerome Wants Searching SC ng Investiga Investigation Investga Investgaton Investigation
tion ton Into Int the Al Affairs faisof f irof of the theNew te teEqut theEquitb
Equt Equtew Equitb EquitbNew
New ew York Aug 2 2Distrlct District Attorney AttorneyJerome Atorney AtorneyJerome AttorneyJerome
Jerome Jerome told Justice Justce Davy in the thecriminal thecrminal thecriminal
criminal crminal branch of the New York state statesupreme statesupreme statesupreme
supreme court today that he might mightneed mightneed mightneed
need a a special grand gand jury to investigate investigatethe investgte investgtethe
the Equitable Equiable Life Assurance Assurnce societys societysaffairs soietys soietysafair societysaffairs
affairs afair before the legislative legislatve commit committee commi committee ¬
tee te has finished fnished investigation investgaton of life lte in insurance insurnce insuranee ¬
surance surnce conditions orditons which is soon sn to be begin begn begin
gin gn The court airt has been ben kept sitting sittingto sittng sittngto
to await awat possible action acton by by1tr Mr Jerome JeromeHe JeromeHe JeromeHe
He Informed Inore it itttday today that he was not notcertain notcertain notcertain
certain whether he would want the thespecial thespecial thespecial
special jury jUl or not and would not ask askfor ak akfor askfor
for It I now but requested requeste the court to toadjourn toadjour toadjourn
adjourn adjour to September 11 1 which it did didIn didIn didIn
In the meantime meatme he said any Justice Justiceof justce justceof
of the court cour could cOlld grant sant the order for fora fora fora
a special jury juryIn ju juryIn
In making manG the request for an ad adjournment adjourment adjournment ¬
journment jourment Mr lfr Jerome Jerme said saidAs sid sidAs saidAs
As a n result resul of the investigations Invetigatons of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the state stte superintendent superntend nt of insurance insurancewhich insurce insurcewhich insurancewhich
which called caled attention atenton to the conditions conditionsof conditons conditonsof
of the Equitable company compan I have dis discovered discovered discovered ¬
covered in the Investigation investgaton an extra extraordinary extraordinary extraordinary ¬
ordinary condition conditon of affairs which af affects a afects ¬
a
fects not only onl this country countr but all allparts al allparts
parts of the world Transactions Transctons have havebeen ha havebeen v vbeen
been of such a character that they theyrequire theyrequire theyrequlr
require require investigation investgaton by the district at attorney attorne attorney ¬
torney torne r of this county The state super superintendent superIntendent superintendent ¬
intendent of insurance insurnce is not a 0 prose prosecuting pr08ecutngofcer prosecutingotncer ¬
cuting cutngofcer cutingotncer officer and the investigation investgaion he hecoducted hecoducted hecoducted
coducted was wa wa not with wih a view of find finding fnd fnding findIng ¬
ing whether the had
company con conducted conducte condacted ¬
ducted ducte its it business in a criminal man manner manner manncr ¬
ner nerHYDE nerHYDE ncrHYDE
HYDE IS COMING BACK BACKChief BACKChef BACKChief
Chief Chef Statisticians Sttstcians Testimony Testony Is IsBadly Isadly IsBadly
Badly adly Needed by a Federal FederalGrand Feder FederalGrand
Grand Grnd Jury JuryWashington Ju ruryWashington
WashlnGton Washington Aug ug 2 2In In answer to a acablegram acablegram acablegram
cablegram to John Hyde former chief chiefstatistician chiefsta chiefstatistician
statistician sta stclan of the department of agri agriculture asi asiulture agriculture ¬
culture urging him to return to this thiscountry thiscountr thiscountry
country countr Secretary Secretry Wilson Vison today re received receive received ¬
ceived ceive the following folowing dispatch from Mr MrHyde lIr lIrHyde MrHyde
Hyde HydeSouthport HydeSouthport HydeSouthport
Southport Eng EnG Aug 2 1905 1905Re 1905Returing 1905Returning Re Returning
turning turing as soon as possible Letter LetterMr Ltter Ltter1r LetterMr
Mr 1r Hyde left Washington about the thetime thetme thetime
time tme the special grand jury jur was con convened conened consened ¬
vened to investigate investSte charges of a leak leakage leakage ¬
age in the bureau of o statistics statstcs by which whichit
it is alleged aleged that Edwin E Holmes the thoformer theforer theformer
former forer associate assoiate statistician statstcan furnished furnishedadvance furnishedadvance furnishedadvance
advance information Inforaton of the depart departments departments departmeats ¬
meats ments figures f res on the cotton coton crop to toNew toNew toNew
New York brokers When Mr
broker lfr Hyde Hyderesigned Hyderesiged Hyderesigned
resigned resiged as is chief of the bureau he heagreed heagred heagreed
agreed agred to hold himself ready to aid the thedepartment thedepartment thedepartment
department of justice justce In the Investiga Investigation investg iavestigation ¬
tion ton it Is making He took passage passagefor paBsageCor passagefor
for Europe a few days later and his hisi hisdeparture hisdeparture
i departure was not learned until unti he was waabeond wasbeyond
i beyond beond the jurisdiction jurisdicton of federal feerl au authorltles authorites authorities
thorltles thorites who wanted wante him as a a witness witnessbefore winess winessbofore witnessbefore
before the grand Grand jury juryWILLIAM jur
0 0WILLIAM c cILLIAM
WILLIAM ILLIAM FOR CHARLES CHARLESCopenhagen CHARLESCopenhagen CHARLESCopenhagen
Copenhagen Aug ug 2 2Slnce Since his ar arrival a xcrival
hs
rival at the Danish court Emperor EmperorWilliam Emperr EmperrViiam EmperorWilliam
William Viiam appears to have become coni conivinced con convinced
vinced that there is no hope of a aprince aprince aprince
prince of the house of Bernadottc BcrnadotQ be becoming becoming becoming
coming king of Norway His Hs majesty majestynow majestynow majestynow
now favors favor Prince Charles of Den Denmark Denmark Denmark ¬
mark and he Is quoted as a saying syInG
If I Prince Charles Chates does not become beome
king Norway will wl be a republic republc Of Ofcourse Ofcourse Ofcourse
course I prefer a monarchy and andtherefore ad adtherefore andtherefore
therefore shall shal hereafter hereafer support the thecandidacy thecandidacy thecandidacy
candidacy of Prince Charles CharlesLONG CharlesLONG CharlesLONG
LONG WIRELESS TALK TALKHonolulu TALKHonolulu TALKHonolulu
Honolulu Aug 2 2The 2The The transport Solace Solacewhich Solacewhich Solacewhich
which has arrived arrved here reports revort having havingjhad
halne
bad iha successful wireless communication communicationwith communlcUon
1t1 Honolulu while whie 160 10 miles from here
hera
This Is the best
bet wireless record r ever re reported rePrted rerorted ¬
or ee
ported Prted here The Te Solace Solae will depart departnet nest
dept
Saturday and will begin trym
Sturay wi bsln trJn to get et
inXo inocommunlcalon cammunicatlon with San Francisco FranciscowhjlQSOO Prclsco rancIscomiles
whjlQSOO t I9 miles mie out that that being bclnl the dls dls1alC
txttcft 1alC taac af f which whih the th Solace SolacE first Attempted
to communicate commui e with wth Honolulu Honoluu tcmptd
NEW SWEDE MINISTRY MINISTRYCoalition MINISTRYpoatton MINISTRYCoalition
Coalition poatton Cabinet Cabiet Organized Ornied Yester Yesterday Yesterday Yesterday ¬
day at Stockholm StockolmLundeberg StockolmLundeberg1Instr StockliolmLnndeberg StockliolmLnndebergMinister Limdeberg LimdebergMinister
Minister 1Instr of State StateStockholm Stt StateStockholm
Stockholm Sweden Aug 2 2A A co coalition coaiton coalition ¬
alition aiton ministry ministr was formed today tbda as asfollows ast asl1ows
follows followsMinister t Iows IowsMinister l1ows l1owsMinister
Minister of state stae Christian Christan Lunde Lundeberg Lundeberg Lundeberg
berg bergForeign bergForeig bergForeign
Foreign Foreig affairs afa rs Count A F AVacht AVachtmeister 1Vachtmeister Wachtineister
meister meisterWar meisterWar ineisterWar
War Colonel L LH 1 H Tigaten TigatenMarine TigstenMarine TigatenMarine
Marine S A A Llrideman LlridemanInterior Lindean LindeanInterior LindemanInterior
Interior J 1 Widen AVidenFinance Wide WidenFinance
Finance Herr Viescert ViescertEducation Viecert ViecertEducaton ViescertEducation
Education Educaton and ecclesiastical eceiatcal affairs affairsHerr afairs afairsHerr affairsHerr
Herr Hammarskjold HammarskjoldAgriculture HammarskjoldAgrIculture HammarskjoldAgriculture
Agriculture A D Petersen PetersenMinisters Petersenlinlsters PetersenMinisters
Ministers linlsters without portfolio portfolo Herr HerrPeterson HerrPeterson HerrPeterson
Peterson and Stan StanHen Star StaffHert
Hen Her Lundeberg the new premier premierIs
Is vice speaker speker of the first frt chamber chamberof
of the riksdag rIksg and chairman of the thespecial thespi thespecial
special spi committee commitee appointed appinted by the tfieriksdag tfe tferiksda theriksdag
riksdag riksda to deal with wjh the crisis result resulting resul resultlag ¬
ing from frm the dissolution dissoluton of the union unionCount unionCount unionCount
Count AVachtmelster is a member of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the first frt chamber and ad director of the theland theland
land office officeJudge 0111ccJudge I
oce oceJudg
Judge Judg Berg Bergalso also is a member membe of the thefirst thert thefirst
first rt chamber chamberMinister chamberMinister chamberMinister
Minister of Marine Lindeman is di director director director ¬
rector of telegraphs telegraphsHerr telegraphsHerr elegraphsHerr
Herr Hammerskjold Hammerskold Is president of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Goeta high court courtHerron curt courtHerron
Herron W Widen 1Vide Viesert Vicert Petersen Petersenand Peter Petersenand e
and ad Staff Stf are deputies deputes a f and d Herr Pet Peti Petteren Pettersen
i teren tersen is a a lawyer lawyerj lawyerT4f lawyerTita
j Tha T4f new ew premier promieris is one of the pillars pillarsof pilrs pilrsot
of the Conservative CQJBervate majority maor in the theupper theupper theUpper
upper house He was wa largely respon responsible repn repnsible responsible ¬
sible for the Conditions framed frmed by the thespecial tb tbspecial thespecial
special committee comm ttee of the riksdag rikag for forthe fortfe forthe
the tfe dissolution dilolutjon of the union and King KingOscar KingOsar KingOscar
Oscar Osar selected him for the premiership premiershipas premierhip premierhipas
as a he considered it I desirable that the thesame thes thesame
same s same e influence infuence which dominated the thework thework thework
work of the committee commitee should prevail prevailduring prevai prevailduring
during the negotiations negotatons for for the carry carryIng carryIng carrylag
Ing out of its it programme programmeIn progrmme progrmmeIn
In the te new ne cabinet the Liberals are arewell ae aewel arewell
well wel represented and the ministry miitl can canbe c canbe
be depended upon to seek sek a peaceful peacefulsolution peacefulsoluton peacefulsolution
solution soluton of the difficulties difculte between betweenSweden betwen betwenSweden betweenSweden
Sweden and Norway NorwayMET NorwayMETTWOMISHPPS orway orwayMET
t
MET METTWOMISHPPS METTWOMISHPPSSteamship TWO MISHAPS MISHAPSSteamship MISH PS PSSteamship
Steamship Minneapolis Minneapols Loses One OnePropeller OnePropeler OnePropeller
Propeller Propeler Blade BladeNew Bladeew BladeNew
New ew York Aug oug 2 2Two Two collisions colsions at atsea ats atsea
sea s one of which hlah snapped a pro propeller proplerblade propeller ¬
peller blade were reported by the thesteamship thesteamship thesteamsh
plerblade
steamship steamsh ip Minneapolis lnneapols which arrived arrivedtoday arrve arrivedtoday
today from London The first ftt mishap mishapoccurred mislap mislapourred mishapoccurred
occurred ourred in a a perilous perious point made madearound madearound madearound
around the Minneapolis Minneapols by another anotherliner anotherlner anotherliner
liner lner a tramp ship and a fishing fshing smack smackSaturday smackSaturda smackSaturday
Saturday July 22 in the English Englsh chan chanjiel chanlel chaniel
jiel lel iel Her commander Captain Captin Thomas ThomasF
F Gates said that his steamer steamfr was waswedged waswedged
wedged so o tightly tighty in the Ue trap that Ws Wsonly 1s 1sonly bisonly
only chance was which of the other otherships otherhlps otherships
ships to run down He chose the fish fishingr fsh
I lag smack as the least dangerous and andstruck andstruck andstruck
struck this boat a glancing blow which whichcarried whichcnrried whichcarried
carried cnrried away a1ay parts of her rigging but butdid butdid butdid
did no other serious damage damageTwo damagewo damageTwo
Two wo days later Captain Gates Gate believes believesIhe believesthe
the Minneapolis Inneapols ran ranover over a fragment of ofa ora ofa
a submarine submarne wreck Early Erly Monday Mondayunornlng Mondaoring Mondayxnorning
unornlng oring while whie the passengers pasenger were wereasleep wereasleep wereasleep
asleep the steamer steaer shivered as from a ashock ashoclt ashock
shock against her hull hul and one blade bladeof bladeor bladeof
of the propeller propeler snapped off of Pas Passengers Pas5Cngers Passengers ¬
sengers were awakened and ran rn on ondeck ondeck Oildeck
deck in alarm and the steamer came came to toa toa toa
a stop After Afer short delay dela however she sheproceeded sheproceeed sheproceeded
proceeded proceeed on her hlr way wayDIFFICULTIES wa waT waDIFFICUlTIES wayDIFFICULTIES
T <
DIFFICULTIES ARE ENDED ENDEDTerminal ENDEDTerinal ENDEDTerminal
Terminal Terinal Dispute Between San Pedro Pedroand Pedroand Pedroand
and Southern Souter Pacific Paciic in Cali California Califora California ¬
fornia fora Is Settled SettledSpecial Setted SettedSpecial SettledSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldSan Herld HerldSan Heraldan
San an Francisco Fran Isco Aug 2 21he 2The The difficulty difficultyover difficuly difficulyover
over terminals terinas between the Uu Southern Southen Pa Pacific Pacifc Pacific ¬
cific cifc and Senator Clarks Carkl San Sn Pedro Peru rail railroad ri railroad ¬
road in southern souther California CtornIa has been bn set settled st stte settied ¬
tied te on ona a basis bis entirely etrely satisfactory stsrartor to tothe t tthe tothe
the Clark ChUk officiate offcial When Vlfn the San Sn Pedro Pedroopened Pedroop Pedroopened
opened op ed its it lines lnes for or through thrush traffic the
Southern SOutern Pacific Pacfic and Santa Fte F refused refusedto refute
to accord accrd the Clark line lne the mime ml facilities acites
for switching switchlns and terminal deliveries elverle that thatthey tht thttbe thatthey
they tbe granted ganted each ech other After Arer much
discussion dlscuaion by b minor Officials the matter matterwent mater materwent matterwent
went up to Senator Clark and 35 E H Har Harriman Harriman liarriman
riman and after af t consideration tnsiderUon by the theexecutive theexecutive
tle tleexeouUve
executive committee commitee was WK referred reterre to a ameeting ameetng ameeting
meeting meetng of traffic t Hie men mel and high officials officialsof
of the interested lines lnes with the under understndln tinderstanding understanding ¬
standing stndln that the thoClarJ Clark road rod would woull be besettlement b begiven
given the privileges it demanded Te TesctUtment The Thesettlement
settlement sctUtment of today is the result reul and the theSan theSan theSan
San Pedro is in a position poSiton to receive rtlve and anddeliver anddole ausldoltvsi
deliver dole transcontinental trnscontnentl freight fr ieht on a aI a acompetitive
I competitive compettve basis bai without wibout having luni g to t build buildparallel buid buidparlel buildparallel
parallel parlel terminal termnl tracks track and sidings sldlns into intothe Intothe nto ntothe
the various varous southern California CICornla towns townswhere townswhere
j where It lacked laked ttese these facilities facilitiesRANCH tacit tacitRANCH faciiiti faciiitia faciiitiRANCH a
RANCH FOR WEDDING PRESENT PRESENTi PRESENTfSpecial
4 + Special to The Herald He HeraldIthaca ad adIhaca 4 +
+ < > Ithaca Ihaca N Y Aug 2 2An An im immene immense + 4mense
i
+ < mense mene ranch rach In Idaho Idao Is the gift Ut of ortle 4 4the +
4 + the tle parents Dart of J R R T McCorkle 1lc orkle 4 +
4 4 who has just married maried Miss 1lss Mary +
+ 4 McCarthy McCathy of Gouveneur N Y Me MeCorkle 4 4
+ Corkle Is a 0 graduate Jrduate of this year yearfrom 4 4
+ from the Cornell Corel university university and will wU +
4 undertake underten a a gigantic gigntc gardening grdening en e > 4
4 4 tecprise terrise on the Idaho IdaI0 property propertywhither propertywhither 4 4whither +
+ whither ho has started with his hisbride hisbride 4 4CARNAHAN
+ bride +
4 +
4 4 + + + + + + 44 + + + + + + 1 + i iCARNAHAN + + + 4 4CARNAHAN + + + + + + +
CARNAHAN IS DYING DYINGIndianapolis DYINGIndianapols DYINGIndianapolis
Indianapolis Indianapols lad Inc Aug 2 2enert 2enertJ 2Generai 2GeneraiJari9s1 General GeneralI
J Jari9s1 I1W I i CarlUiql r1Hh major ajor gon4ral o l of ofth0uiqr ofo
ik llGht o Rldas RldasIs
th0uiqr Is gf MUUdiiyitkin lYj rrni and nd his death dl1 is ishourly J
I hourly houly expected epcted
I
STRIKE WiLL WftLBE WftLBELONG BE BELONG BELONG
LONG DRAWN OUTBitter OUTBitter OUT OUTBitter
Bitter CQntest on Great Northern Northernand Norhern Norhernd NorthernUnion
and d Union Unon Pacifies PacifiesFREIGHT xacificFREIGHT
I 1FREiGHT
FREIGHT TRAINS TIED UP UPSTORIES UPSTORIES liPSTORIES
STORIES OF BOTH SIDES TO THE THECONTROVERSY THECONTROVERSY THEI
I CONTROVERSY CONTROVERSYM
+ + 4 4 + M + + M + + + 4 + M + + + + + + + + + + + 4 + + + + + + + + o
4 4 St St Paul Aug 2 With Vth the th thetelegraphers 4 +
4 + telegraphers teegrpne almost almot to a I man mln rr r rmainlng remaining 4 +
+ maining loyal 10 a to their union unioncbles unionchiefs +
4 + chiefs cbles and the railway rl officials ofelal 4 4 4making
4 + making every eveI elot effort to maintain mintin mintintmc +
4 traffic tmc the telegraphers teegphe strike strikeon +
+ on the tle tanseontn transcontinental Lranscontin Htal tal systemsof systems sems semsof 4 4t +
+ t of the Great Gret Northern and andNorthern 4
4 4 Northern Pacific Pacifc roads has ta t 4
4 ken on the te aspect aspet of a war to tothe 4 4the
4 the finish fnh Hundreds of men mfn mfnia menhave 4
+ have ia ve gone gOe out on o both bUt lines ln 4 +
4 4 necessitating neesitUng the closing cloin of orsre ofscores 4 4scores
+ ± scores sre of stations statons Through Tluughpsnger Throughpassenger 4
+ passenger psnger and time tme freights by b bgret 4 +
4 great gret effort efortltave efforthave have been ben kept on al almost atmost 4 +
4 + most schedule shedule time tme but attempts atempts atemptshave 4
4 4 have principally prnipaly been bel abandoned abandone abandonedto +
4 + to maintain nttintan local locl freight and an +
4 4 passenger pssnger service srvie The greatest gretet gretetinterferenc 4 I
4 interferences interferenc in sholle schedules has hasbe hasbeen 4
4 been be on the Idaho division dtvilon some SOlr 4
4 4 of the fast trains being delayed delaed delaedfve +
4 4 five fve hours hour where > th the striking strikingoperator strikingoperators +
+ operators operator had turned ture the signal s signaiboards nal nalbetuds +
+ boards or opened opned the circuits circuitsFreight circuitsFreight +
4 Freight matter mater in less le < than thancalod + 4carload
4 carload calod lots for intermediate intermeiate intermeiatepoints 4 4 4poInts
4 points was refused at the freight fright frightofces freightoffices +
4 + ofces offices in St Paul and Minnea Jnnea JnneapOls Jinneapolls 4 4polis
+ polls pOls during durn the day day Large LJe LJequantte 4
4 quantities quantte of perishable prishable freight freightwere 4
4 were handled bandie by the express expres 4 4companies
+ companies companie Prepayment of ex express 4
4 press traffic trafc was almost amost invar invarlabl 4 4ably
4 + ably abl demanded and toward towardevening + t
4 4 + evening guarantees guarantee of delivery deUverywere 4 4were 4 4were
were refused refusd signed signe notices notces notcesbing noticesbeing 4
4 being bing required reuired reuiredhe requiredThe +
+ The he railway officials say to toniht tonight 4
riway ofcils sy
4 night that they Uiey are well wel Sts Stsfe satis 4
4 fled fe with wih the situation situaton and that in Inten +
4 4 ten days they will wl have enough enoughmen +
4 4 men to fill fl the places place of the thestrlktr 4 4strikers
4 + strikers strlktr Bureaus have been beentablshed es 4 4tablished
+ tablished tablshed in the principal principl cities cite citiesof 4 +
4 of the west where men are hired hiIM hiIMUte 4 4the
4 the officials ofcials say sy that the great reat reatct 4
4 est ct care care is being taken in the theslecton theseiection 4
4 + selection slecton of men and and that only onlythoroughly onlythoroughhy +
+ thoroughly competent operators opertors opertorswi 4
4 will wi be employed emplo ed Meanwhile lenwhle lenwhletrins Meanwhiletrains 4
4 trains trins are run on time tme card crd crdrles + 4
4 4 rules rles 4 +
4 4 4
+ + 4M44 M44 + + + + > + + + tt + M 4 4 4S + M M + + + + + M M MST ttt
T PAUL PAL Aug 2 2The The strike of the thetelegraph thotelesraph thetelegraph
ST S telegraph operators oprtor of the Northern NorthernPacific zo NorthernPacific rn rnPacfc
Pacific Pacfc and an Great Northern Northn railway railwaysystems riway riwaylYtems railwaysystems
lYtems systems today tOa settled stte into what prom promises pl plIMS prosises ¬
ises to be b a lone Jo drawn drwn out outcontest out outcontest I Icontet
contest contet between en two of the te harp largest la harpeat ¬ I Iest
est railroads rUro of the west wt and anda I Ia
a combination cmbnton ofemployes tsf employee who claim claimmaking cllnito I
a epe
t to have the power wer 54i5 1i liP ta tS mney mneyl flIOflY flIOflYn4ng
making l end of these th two t roads nds sc s that thattb thatt1 thatthe
tlMi t tb t1 the eonu em eomsaaiss demands demandsPiwktenL dem4 demajnsPiIaat aate8 will wl b b be wHIing wHR t t to gnat gnattlMi glutthel rt rtt
PiwktenL PIIL fteefettm a ad 4 his hi assistants assistantsbQgan aitans aitansA assistantsbetgan
bQgan A today t with U an attempt RUmt aI1Leaip te close closeiip 1IQe 1IQeup closeUp
iip up all al tKeloW tHe J iO end em endW aQ ftfnXe et ttAe < e Crlfe rdc which whichw whl wh5ohwas
w was s ordered ordere last lt night n ht to t counteract Cfte ct the thelockout theJockoQt thelockoUt
lockout ordered ordere by the railroad rlrd officials officialsyesterday orneal ornealyterday offieiaieyesterday
yesterday At strike stke headquarters hedqurter tele telegrams tee teegrams telegrams ¬
grams were arriving arrvng by the score sre from fromevery fromever fromevery
every ever point pint along aJoD the t two systems sysems from fromlyal fom fomIal fromlyal
lyal Ial unionists unionist stating sttn stattn that everything everythinghere everythinghere
here to t a man hadgone had gone out and ad that thata thata
a a complete compltte tieup was wa ione effected etete On the theother theother theother
other hand an equal eqU number nmbe of tele teleprams teiegrm
prams s were being bein sent to beads heds of unions unionsat
at various vaus points pint instructing instruetns them to set setpicket st stpekel setpicket
picket pekel lines linesPerhams Jne JnePerhams linesPerhams
Perhams Statement Statement4There StatementThere StatementThere
There is nthln nothing to ay say ay now nw except exceptthat excpt excptthat exceptthat
that we have hve a full Cul fledged fed e strike slke on onml onn onand
and ml n that so far as our reports report go every everyman everyman everySan
man is I out on both bth lines In said sd Mr MrPerham 11 MrPerham
Perham Ptrham today todayI toda todaI
I ordered ordere this strike after afer we tried triedall tre triedall
all al other ways of settling our or grievances grievancesagainst srvan grievancesagainst
against agnst the railroad and after afer they tM h hlocked hd hdloke had hadlocked <
locked loke out our men because bee an they would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not sign sS impossible imJlble agrrements Another Anotherthing Anter Anterthing Anotherthing
thing that made me call cn this strike was wasthe wasthe
the statement sttcment of the tt general enerl manager ol olthe o oth 01the
the th Great Gret Northern zarthecn that SO S per pr cent cnt of ofthe otthe ofthe
the men remained remaine loyal to the road rod Thai Thaiand Tt Thatand
and the fact fat that about abut 400 40 nonunion nonunionmen nonunon nonunonmen nonunionmen
men were on their way from Kansas KansasCity KansasCity
City Ciy to fill fi the vacancies vacance on the North Northern Kortbern Northera ¬
ern Pacific Pcifc caused cusd me todecide to dei4e to show showthem showthem showthem
them that they were wrong wroDl in their teir es estimate e ee ea estimite ¬
timate e as to the number n b of loyal men menAVall menWall
Wall al a 18 our o r men are out tO and our rm rmvicE ad advices advices ¬
vices vicE are that the tietip teuJ is i complete completeThe completeoke completeThe
The oke roads roc are not running any freight freighttrains fre freighttrains ht
trains 1 They may be running passenger passengertrains passengertrains
trains on o time i e and I hope = they e will do doso doso
so s as I do not want to interrupt tn tntravelors tl tiitravekrs
travelors travelorsWhen traveJ travekrsWhen
r
When hen asked ae on what what basis bi he would wouldbe wouldb wouldbe
be b willing wHln to call cal off the strike sull the th strike strikeleader strk strkleder strikeleader
leader leder would woul only uty s St say sayWe y yWe
We are In a peaceful ftd and amicable amicablemood amlabl amlablmod amicablemood
mod mood and will wI be b reasonable r Mabe If I J J Jmil JInl JImi
mil Inl will wU talk business bwln s and an meet mt my myproposition m mprpotdUon myproposition
proposition prpotdUon fairly ralrl we will wil settle stJe AV AVhave We Weitave Ve Vehae
have now nw 9iH i men out OB 0 the t Great Gret North Northern Iortb Iortbern iorthem ¬
ern em road rd and 1MO 1J on the Northern Pa Pacific Pacific Pachic ¬
cific cificGeneral cificGenerl chicGeneral
General Generl Manager aDe Horn Horf of the North Northern Northera orth orthern ¬
ern Pacific Pacfc made Jad the tht folwin following Maitment Maitmentthis hat4mtlt hat4mtltt blaLmelltthis
this t bls afternoon afternoonIn
aterln aterlnIn President Pechams Pechamsstrike Pe S Sstrike
In response revn e to Preet has I Istrike
strike histrwctioMS Intctius the lht teleKrapSicrx e p on onthe onthe i
the th Northern NorUwrn Pacific Pcifc went wet oat at mid midnight Ild midnight ¬ I In
night n ht last lat night niclt The order ordr was a gen generally generly getierahlv ¬
erally erly obeyed obye on all al the ten divisions divisin of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the system systemThe s sytemThe ter I ITh
The Th trlke has not nt Iwwever hwever tied tk up upthe upthe upthe
the traffic trffc at any point pint on o the Nortn Nortnem Nortriera 011 011enl
em Pacific PadCc system s stEm Passenger Pasltr trains trainsover tri8 tri8over trainsover
over the entire etre line lne are runnine T1nc runius v vey veylo Very Veryclose ry ryelose
close lo t tO their ter schedules shedult The strike tlke has hasinterfered hs hsinterCere hasInterfered
interfered interCere to some Rm decree d ree with wth the thp move movement t movemont ¬
mont mnt of o freight over the system syste but not not1n notin notin
in any an such proportions vroportons as a to produce producea prouce proucea
a blockade blockde or serious srious cone clure congeeon congeeonHeadquarters piOB piOBHeadquarters D DHeadquarters
Headquarters Men Strike StrikeTelegraphers Strikerelerapher StrikeTeiegraphers
Telegraphers relerapher at th th the headquarters I ISt In InSt InSt
St St Paul obeyed obye the thE strike order Wires AViresare Wiresare
are ar still Btl working workng at the headquarters headquartersoffice headquartersoffce headquartersoffice
office offce however and cammunlcaUou ommuaUo i ibeing is isbeing
being blnb maintained ant with wih the west we end ot otthe ofthe otthe
the system The refusal rusl of the men mn to toremain toremnln toremain
remain at their duties dute is i an inconvenience inconveniencebut hlonelenc
but the business busin of the company cmpany Is beta betahandled being
handled just the same me in a fairly satis satisfactory sts stsfactor satisfactory ¬
factory factor manner subject only to incon inconveniences huonvenienC inconvenienees ¬
veniences veniencesOn venienC
On the Dakota division dl u substantially substantiallythe subtanUaIv subtanUaIvthe
the same Sme condition C ldito prevails prevail The Th situa situation sltu sltuUon sitnathen ¬
then on o the tle Yellowstone Yelowstone Montana Monana Rocky IlockyMountain RockyMountain
Mountain and Ad Idaho divisions dlvisons is I much muchthe muchd muchthe
the same The Pacific a division i lrra lrraPoeet is in good goodshape s goodshape
shape and d trains I between y Portland and andPuget andPuget
Puget Poeet Sound points pnts arc fre running runnln on time timeConditions timeConditions
Condiions Conditions between the sound suhd and Ellens Ellensburs Elen Ellenaburg
burs in eastern ca ttnl Washington Vashh ton are not notquite notquite notquite
quite so good goodGeneral goo goodtenenth
General Gneral Su0erint SUtrintpndent Superintendent nden Static Slde of the theGreat theGret theGreat
Great Gret Northern Norther said saidTjie sid sidJIe saidjle
Tjie JIe strike order of oflst lftst night has h been boenobserved beenobesrved
observed obte by a number num er of f telegraphers telegraphersvhohave telegrapherswbohave
vhohave wo ave Heretofore eretofore expressed their will willingness wi willingness ¬
ingness to accept the proposed new newschedule newWith newschedule
schedule scheduleWith scheduleWith i eto
With but few exceptions exceptons the thetelegraphers tbetelegapher thetelegraphers
telegraphers telegapher who have been in intervlevede I Interviewede
tervlevede by our superintendent superintendenthave uperintendenthae
have stated state that their oblige obligations oblg obligetions ¬
tions tons to the Order of Railway RaUwa Telegraph Telegraphers Telegph Telegpher ¬
ers er require them thm to strlkQ strik regardless regarl s of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their feeling felng of loyalty loyaly to the company companyand companyrt companyand
and duty to the public P Some S employes employeswho exaployenvho
rt rtP J
who had at first refused Ced CedS to acc8pt c Wlor Wlorschedule the theschedule theschedule
schedule have since the te strike was wa called calledaccepted cled cledaccepted exiledaccepted
accepted the same and returned returne to work workTrains workTrains
Trains due here her today were on time timewith UIe UIewih tiipewith
with wih the exception excepton of one which wasdetained was wasdetained
detained detaneby by causes cuse having having no connection connectionwith conneton connetonwith connectionwith
with the strike Our fast fat freights freight arc ac on ontime oatme ontime
time tme and other freight trains trans are moving movingwithout movingwithout
without wItout difficulty dificly ArrajigQments ArrSlmont are be being beng beng ¬
ing ng made to supply sppl the pluses pl Je of the man manwho monwho menwho
who have gone out outImmediate out outImniedlate
Immediate evidence of o the tIl lo 1 loeses s that thatthe thlt thltthe thatthe
the public must suffer as the result ret of ofje ortiie
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ON SALT LAKER LAKERPostoffice LAKERPostofficc LAKERPostoffice
Postoffice Postofficc Inspector Ipector G G Latimer LatimerCauses Lter LterCause LatimerCauses
Causes Cause Arrest Aet of R 3L E Shepard ShepardIS Shep ShepIS
IS HELD HEt HELDON ON TWO TWOCOUNTS TWOCOUNTSCHARGE COUNTS COUNTSCHARGED COUNTSCHARGE
CHARGE WITH SENDING LIST LISTOF LISTOF LISTOF
OF OFF BOOKS BOOKSI BOOKSC BOOKSC
I BARGED GED on two counts with violating vio violatlng o olatnG
cunt
wth
C latlng latnG the te United Unite Stat St States s statute statuteregulating statutrgIreglatg statutesreguiating
Ireglatg regulating the te sending It of litera literature lter lterture hlterature ¬
ture through trush the te mail maI R R B Shepard Shepardproprietor Shepa ShepariLproprletgr
proprietor prpret of Ye Old Ol Book Bk Store
272 2 South State street stret was arrestpi arrestpiyesterday arrtpt arrsstelyesterday
yesterday afternoon atorn by Deputy United TnltedStates UnitedStates nift
States State Marshal lahal H S Page The warant war warrant a arant
rant on which whih Mr 111 Shepard Shepa was wa taken takeninto taker ta1erInto
into custody custod was issued
wa 18u by Commis Commissioner Commissioner Commissloner ¬
sioner Maloney lraone in the te absence abenc from frm th thcity f h hciy hcity
city ciy of Charles Chares M Baldwin lldwt tTnlterl tTnlterlStates rnttP 1nttedStates
States Stte commissioner commiioner Mr r Shepard Separ se secured fe secured ¬
cured bonds shortly shortf after ater arrest aet in I tli tlisum thsum tl tlsum
sum of 5600 6OO furnished furnish by J P M Mgeath lp lpgeath Me Megeath >
geath and George W Moyer MoyerOn Moye MoyerOn
On the first rt count cunt Mr r Shepard Shepardcharged Separd Separdcharge Shepardcharged
charged charge with wit having hayjg sent Rnt through thrugh th thmail thmal thmail
mail mal information inforaU < as to how cert certobscene certti certtiobscene erl erlobsene
obscene obsene lewd lascivious Jvius books bkf pi pitares pitures
tares ture wrtig writings prints pint and a publication publicationmight pbkatio11 pbkatio11mlht pubjtatimmight
might be b obtained obti the letter lettr b bp beiaddressed inr inraddressed i 1
addressed addre to G G Latimer Ltmer b bnx bnxDenver < > x > fr frDenver 1 1Dnver
Denver Dnver Cob Coo Latimer Latme is a Trnrt TrnrtStates rn l Cl ClStates i iSttes
States Sttes postofilce pc inspector Isltor and ad open OPI lp5ll lp5llcorrespondence P Pcorepnnc i icorrespondence
corepnnc correspondence with wih Shepard Shep the thE IIT IITter l Ia Iater r rte
ter te part pr of May The information Jnfoaton J Jalege s salleged salleged
alleged alege to have been given by Shepari Shepariin Shelal Shelalin
in a letter leter written June gve 2 MO MOThe l 1I0The
The second scond count cunt charges cbarge Sh Shla Shlawih Shepal Shepalwith paM paMwith <
with wih having havJfC sent nt to the same sme adlr adlr9 adlr9on a aon
on the te same se date Ua a certain < ertln printed < a avertiement avertisement i ivert
vertiement vert ment in which whih obscene obfme boolxi boolxiand boo1 boo1nd bnnand
and nd pictures picture were exploited exploitedPostofflce exploied exploiedPotomceIngtor exploitedPostoffice
Postofflce PotomceIngtor Inspector Latimer Ltmr acted adf as asa asa asa
a decoy during the entire proceeding proceedingand prediTl prediTlad proeeedirgand
and ad even visited vite Shepards Sheps store sre M lT lTday Mr Mrday r rday
day day wihout without the bookdealer bkdealer becoming becomingaware b becomgaware < omfIg
aware aae of his hi identity identityThe Identy IdentyThe IdentityThe
The hearing being will wil be b before bfore Commi Commistoner topm1 Commnrabner i
stoner ser Baldwin Monday llonday August Auust 7 7What 7What 7What
What Accused Says SaysDont SaysDont SaysDont
Dont state this on my autlvrifv autlvrifvbut authitbut auth r t tbut
but I understand unetd that there ther have haf bwn bwnagents he heagents Pf1 Pf1aent
agents aent of some som New York City Cty Purify Punt Puntle
league le e in Salt Sal Lake Lke recently re y and ald I Iwouldnt Iwouldnt Iwouldnt
wouldnt be surprised surpre in ease e this thistrue thistrue u utrue
true that they tey had ha a a han hand in thv thvoaid th thId timaaid
oaid Id Mr Shepard ShePrd last 83t evening eving Vh W11JJnesine w1 w1flie5tiOfled Vhquestioned
questioned JJnesine as to the charge cbag agair au agairt agairthim i = t thim thm
him hm
himWhy
hmWy Why Wy he continued ctnue the boo boowhich O Owhih i iwhich
which were advertised in the
whih adverts catalogue cataloguewhich ctalogJ1P ctalogJ1Pwhih cataloguewhich
which whih Latimer Ltmer claims caims was Wa sent Mnt hirr hirrare It in inare irrare
are sold sld by every ever dealer deler in this thi iif iifof 4 4of jf jfof
of any importance imprce Mind I am aircharged nn nncharged nnt nntcharge
charged charge with sending any Hteratur Hteraturthrough Uteraturthrough hiteraturthrough
through the mail mai of any ay obscene obene na nature nature rature ¬
ture but simply smpl with wih sending snding informa information infora inforaton infnrrration ¬
tion as to where certain books +
ton certan bks rnigh rnighbe migbb miglltbe
be b obtained obtie There was not an au obj objtiotiable nbjtonable chic chictionable
tiotiable tonable picture piture or phrase in the priif priifed pri pried j je
ed e advertisement aderUsment pras or so far as a I IDtember TP TPi remember
i member in i any an correspondence correpDenee b btwen btween
j tween twen myself mys and ad Latimer LatimerThte Ltnr LtnrTbi LatimerThis
This Tbi is a a oharj ch charge which whii I have ap Tint Tintseen TIntsen r rseen °
seen sen brought bught asmmst a tt aJty ay bookdeal bookdealand bkdeal bkdealan bookdealand
and an I did d not nt understand unet that tt the tho lay lavforbid la laforbd layforbid
forbid forbd the 1le sending Rndln of such suc catalogue catalogueHie ctloguf catalogueThe <
The Te catalogues ct referred rei rE to Hated lte mu mubooks m mbk nibooks
books bk of o an antbropotOggcal atbt naturr naturrThe latw latwTh natucThe
The Th books b themselves tlesl baft ci br > sell soMby sellby oH oHb
by b any an dealer deer in I the city cty although althoughthere athougi athougithee thoug thougthere
there thee are restrictions rerctins fw sending snln th thbooks the thobooks thebooks
books themselves temslve through the mail mailBut mailBut
But then if there was a d dcsir dcsirto si sito
to interpret the law strictly the se seing i ilag
lag of the Bible through the mail rnuM rnuMbe i ibe
be prohibited prohibitedHARD prohibitedHARDTRY
m
HARD HARDTRY TRY FOR IIBERTY IIBERTYConvict UBERTYConvict
Convict Blows lip His Cell Tries to toKill toKill
Kill Guards and Then ThenShoots ThenShoots
Shoots Himself HimselfSeattle HimselfSeattle
Seattle Augr 2 2After After dynamiting the thecounty thecounty
county jail and entirely wrecking is iscell s scell
cell in hopes of being able to effort hs hsescape hsescape
escape Jack Chesterfield at 4 oetoi k kthis kthis
this morning fired six shots at th the jail jailer jafler ¬
er who attempted to restore order n nthe nthe
the cell an dthen sent a ballet crash crashing crashing ¬
ing into his brain The wound it is isthought a athought
thought will prove fatal ChesterffeM ChesterffeMwas
was to have been taken to the peniten penitentiary penitentiary ¬
tiary this morning to serve a three threeyears tlreeyears
years sentence for criminal assault lif lifhad i
had two revolvers In his hands and fir firat 1re1 1re1at
at everyone who approached him T Twas H Hwas
was completely barricaded and was a ato ato
to keep the jailers at bay until the ir irdepartment f fdepartment
department was called out and his f fflooded C Cflooded °
flooded It was not until the man i Wi Wistanding w wstanding
standing in two feet of water that thatgave tba tbagave >
gave up and shot himself He was tak takleaning tAkleaning
leaning against his cell though the i ie ieen af afhead
en ball had torn a hole through throughhead
head Chesterfield was secretly marrx marrxin ma r r rin
in the jail three weeks ago Since IITU IITUi thrhis
i his wife has been given unbounded free freedom freedom ¬
dom and it is thought that she mo mohave mihave >
have supplied her husband with vrh vrhshe whshe
she thought would be his means of ofcape s scape
cape but which proved to be imple implements Impicinents ¬
ments of self destruction destructionLate destructionLate
Late last evening the Yale lock lockthe v vthe
the mans cell was found to be so wm wmthat w m mthat
that the door could be swung open openlittle ix ixlittle
little more than ordinary pressure Tir Tirwas Tirwag
was remedied and It was not thong thongthat thegthat
that any other plan of escape had be beer beerplanned r rplanned
planned Two saws were also found foundthe n nthe
the cell The dynamite it is Believed Believedwas believedwas
was concealed about his clothes Three Threemore Threemore
more sticks of dynamite were found la lathe i ithe
the cell thi this morninz morninzPOCATELLO morninrPOCATELLOCOUNCIL
POCATELLO POCATELLOCOUNCIL POCATELLOCOUNCILTax COUNCIL COUNCILOrdered
Tax Levy Fixed and Lot For Police Policebrdered
Ordered Bought BoughtPocateMo BoughtPocatello
Pocatello Aug 2 ZThc The city council met metIn metin
In regular session with Acting Major MajorJohn MaorJohn
John Fusz in th the chair Councilman G GV Gv
V Smith George Stone and J M Mullen MullenC
C E M Loux James Dwyer P Hansea Hanseaand Hanseiand
and J M Btetline were present A pet peUtien petlien
lien was read asking for a sidewalk on onLouis onLouis
Louis street which was ordered orderedThe orderedThe
The police judges report was read It Itshowed itshowed
showed fortytwo arrests made In Jui Juiand Jiand
and 351 t In fines collected The report reportof
of highway and light committee advised advisrlthat advisedthat
that a light be put at the intersection intersectionCenter f fCenter
Center street and Johnson avenue as pe pepetition per perpetition
petition of property owners Tt was wasmoved wasmoved
moved by Btetline and seconded by Han Hansen Harsen
sen that the mayor be ordered to buy Jot
13 in block 336 to be used for a site for forpolice forpolice
police headquarters headquartersOrdinance headquartersOrdinance
Ordinance No 137 fixing the tax levy levyand 1v 1vand
and known as the annul appropriation appropriationbill
bill was given its third and final reading readingBills readin readinBus
Bills amounting to 327480 74l were allowea alloweaTO ahloweea ahloweeTO
a
TO REPLANT FORESTS FORESTSInvestigations FORESTSinvestigations
Investigations Now Being Made in inWestern inWestern
Western States StatesSpecial StatesSpeciaI
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashington
Washington Aug 2 2The The forest ser service service ¬
vice is making an examination of a anumber a anumber
number of western forest reserves to todiscover todiscover
discover what proportion of their area areaneeds areaneeds
needs reforestation and where plant planting plantlag ¬
lag will best succeed succeedAfter succeedAfter
After studies in detail have been beencompleted beencompleted
completed and the feasibility of plan planing ptantlag
lag has been assured plans will b bmade be bemade
made for reforestration of large tracts tractsnow traesnow
now unproductive Preliminary PrehiupinitrY fx fxaminatlons cSaminatlons
aminatlons for planting plans are rmv rmvbeing rr w wbeing
being made Jn the Gunnispa foren forenreserve fore
reserve Colorado Gila River reserve reservNew
New Mexico Salt Lake reserve Utah

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