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THREE ARTICLES ARTICLESARE I I
I T ARE AGREED UPON UPONSmooth
Smooth Sailing at at the Peace Confer Conference Conferenoe Conference ¬
ence Yesterday YesterdaySAKHALIN YesterdaySAKHALIN YesterdaySAKHALIN
SAKHALIN FIfTH ON LIST LISTJAPAN LIs LIsJAPAN LISTJAPAN
JAPAN MAY GET WAR CQAT CQATFROM CQATFROM PATFROM
FROM EASTERN RAILWAY RAILWAYPORTSMOUTH RAILWAYP RAILWAYn
n ORTSllOUTH N H Aug ug ugr U Althouh Al Although ¬
PORTSMOUTH P
r though very ery rapid progress was wasmade wasmado wasmade
made with the poace negotiations negotiationstoday negotiationstOday meg9tlatlonstoday
today three of the twelve articles articleswhich articI06Which articlesWhich
which constitute the Japanese condi conditions condtions conditin ¬
tions of peace having been agroed to toby toby teby
by M Vitte and Baron Rosen on behalf behalfof behaltof
of Russia Rus ia neither of the two articles articlesto
to which M Witte in his reply returned returnedan
an absolute ab olute negative was readied readiedThe rea realiedThe hed hedThe
The crisis therefore Is still to come comeIt comaIt
It may be reached tomorrow as tho thocession thacession I
cession < of Sakhalin comes fifth in the thallet tholIst thelist
lIst The three articles found as asthey asthey asthey
they are officially designated In the thebrief Utebrief thebrief
brief communications authorized to b bgiven bgIven bgiveti
given to the press which were disposed disposedof
of today are re in substance sub tunce as follows followsrAgreement fonowsAgreement followsAgreement
Agreement So Far FarFirst FarFlrstRuasls
1 First FlrstRuasls Russias recognition of Japans Japanspreponderating Japansprtponder Japaifspreponderating
preponderating prtponder ting Influence and special specialposition specialPOsItion specialI
I position in Korea which Russia Ru sla hence henceforth henceforth hencei ¬
i forth agrees is outside of her sphere sphereof
I of influence Japan binding herself to torecognize torecolnize torecognize
recognize the suzerainty of the reign reigning reigning reigning ¬
ing family but with the right to give giveadvlct giveadl giveadvkp
advlct adl aid assistance to improve tho thocivil thecLvil
civil 11 administration of the empire empireI empirepcondMutual
I < pcondMutual ond Mutual obligation tQ evac evacManchuria evacI evacf
1 f I t > p Manchuria each to surrender all allxxrdal aUrdal allrctai
xxrdal rdal privileges In that province provincemutual JJrovlncer1utual provinceSUtual
mutual Utual obligation to respect the ter territorial territorial tertitorial ¬
ritorial integrity of China and to tomaintain tomaintaIn tomaintain
maintain the principle of equal equa oppor opportunity opportunitj opportunity ¬
tunity for the commerce and aD industry industryof
of all nations in that province open opendoor opendoor opendoor
door doorThird doorThlrdThe doorI
I Third ThlrdThe The cession to China of the theChinese theChinese theChinese
Chinese eastern e tern railway from Harbin Harbinsouthward Harbinsouthward Harbinsouthward
southward southwardThere southwardThere southwardThere
There was neverany neeran question que ton about aboutthe aboutthe aboutI
I the acceptance on the part of M Witto Wittoof WittuI Vlttuof
I of these the e articles the first two cover covering eoverIng coverlog ¬
ing In more emphatic form the conteni contenition conte contetlon contejI contejItion
tion of Japan In itoe he diplomatic struggle strugglewhich strugglawhich
I which preceded hostilities hostilitiesChance hostilitiesChance hostilitiesChance
Chance For Indemnify IndemnifyThe
The Chinese Eastern railroad tho thobuilding thobuUding thei
i building of which cost Russia an im immense immense Iminense ¬
mense sum estimated by some at be between botween ¬
tween tWee 100000000 and 200090000 800 is to togo togo toI
4
I go to China Japan and China there therefore
1 1 fore arrange between themselves the themethod thei
f i method by b which the former is to be beremunerated b bremunerated beremunerated
remunerated and through this thl financial financialoperation financialoperatl financialoperatioii
operation operatl n Japan might have a very con considerable consIderable considerable ¬
siderable portion of her h r claim for the theexpenses theexpeDses theexpenses
expenses of the war liquidated The Therailway Therailway Therailway
railway Is ostensibly the property of ofthe orthe ofthe
the RussianChinese Ru bank although althoughbuilt althoughbuilt althoughbuilt
built by b government money advanced advancedthrough advancedthrouh advancedthrough
through the banks and since its com completion completion cornpletion ¬
pletion opr o < J managed d nd pro protected protech protect4
tected tech tect4 > < l by the Russian government governmentJapan gover1 governmentJupan 1Cnt 1CntJa
Japan Ja pan cannot take the railroad her herself 1erself herself ¬
self To plaee herself In Russias shoes shoesregarding shoesre
S regarding re lng the railroad would be mili militarily militarily mliitarily ¬
tarily to control the destinies of the thethree thethree thethree
three prpv4nces prp nce of Manchuria which whichshe whichshe whichshe
she has ha promised to return to China ChinaBut ChinaBut ChinaBut
But Japan is entitled to reimbursement reimbursementfor r ltnbursementfor
for the expense to which she has been beenput beenput beenput
put in restoring the railroad below the thepresent thepresent thepresent
present position of Linevitchs army armyrebuilding armyrebulldin armyrebuilding
rebuilding rebulldin the bridges and narrowing narrowingtho l1aITOWlnlthe
the gauge gaugeRoad gauseRoad gaugeRoad
Road Could be Hypothecated HypothecatedIf
If China could not find the money moneysome moneysome moneysome
some other power or powers might do doso doFO doso
so and the road would boeomo hypothe hypothecated hypotheated hypothecated ¬
cated < to the powers which whichadvanced advanced the themoney themoney themoney
money as other Chinese roads arc to tothose tq tqthose tqthose
those who advanced the money fortheir fortheirconstruction fortheironstructlon Iortheireonstructiofl
construction < It was M Witte himself himselfwho hlmseltho himselfwho
who ho organized the RussoChinese bank bankin bankin bankin
in 1S95 1S9 and who has always been con considered consldered considered ¬
sidered the real organizer of the theChinese theChinese theChinese
Chinese Eastern company Mr Berg Bergf BergI
I f the attorney of the RussoChinese RussoChinesebank RU880Chineseank
I 4 bank > ank which owns practically all if not notall nota11 notall
all of tho shares of 0 the road Is attached attachedto
to tho Russian mission missionSeveral mIssionSeveral missionSeveral
Several Slight Jars JarsBoth JarsBoth JarsBoth
Both sessions of the conference today todayare todayare todayare
are described < > d as amicable There Therewere Therewere Iherawere
were several slight jars between them themone themono themfr
one of them serious The plenipoten plenipotentiaries plenipotenw pienipotentiaries
fr w tiaries arc showing admirable temper temperThe temperThe
r The change in the weather may be bepartially bepartially bepartially
partially responsible for the serenity serenitymanifested serenitymanlested erenitymanifested
manifested at the conference table but butit butit butIt
it would be probably too much to say saythat saythat saythat
that the fate of such a gigantic ne negotiation negotiation negotiation ¬
gotiation had been affected by a high highdegree highdebTee highdegree
degree of temperature tempt > rature and a few thou thousand thousand thousand ¬
sand mosquitoes mosquitoesStumbling mOlMluitoesStumbling mosquitoesStumbling
Stumbling Block Today TodayTomorrow TodayTomorrow TodayTomorrow
Tomorrow In the ordinary proceed proceedings proceedings proceedIngs ¬
ings the first stumbling block to a atreaty atreaty aSS
SS treaty of peace should be reached as asafter asafter asST
ST after Port Arthur and the leases lea e8 of ofLiaotung ofLiaotung ofLjaotung
Liaotung which are included in ar article artIde artide ¬
tIde 4 4and rand which Mr Witte Is 11 un undoubtedly undoubtedly nitdoubtedly ¬
doubtedly prepared with slight modi modifications modificaUons modifleatious ¬
fications to accept comes article 5 5tho 6the i ithe
the cession of Sakhalin But it is by byno byno byno
no means certain that when thfe th ob obstacle obstacle obstacle ¬
stacle is reached It will not be post postponed postponed postponed ¬
poned until all the articles on which whichagreement whichagreement whichagreement
agreement is easy eas or possible po slble are dis disposed disposed disposed ¬
posed of If this course is allowed allowedand aUowedand allowedand
and the Associated Press has high au authority authority anthority ¬
thority for the opinion that it will be belt beIt beIt ¬
It will wU indicate indiate a disposition dispiton to put off offthe offthe
the te real rel struggle to the te very last lat and andthe andthe pd pdthe
the longer the conference cnference endures endure the thebrighter thebrIghter thebrighter
brighter the te prospects propets of a treaty treatJ are arelikely ae ae1kely arelikely
likely 1kely to become beome Every Ever day they theysit theysit theysit
sit said sd a very high authority uthorty in increases Increes increases ¬
creases crees the te chances chace of peace peaceMr pece peceMr poitceMr
Mr Sato Sto told the Associated lato Press Presstonight Pres PrestonIght Presstonight
tonight that he to
came Cte Portsmouth Portsmouthhopeful Prtmouth Prtmouthhopeful Portsmouthhopeful
hopeful of a successful succeful issue Isue of the thenegotiations thenCbtioUon thenegntiation
negotiations nCbtioUon and nothing nolhln hd occurred occurredto ocupred ocupredto
to alter aler hs ms optimism optimismWill optmism optmismwm optimismwill
Will Form Text of Treaty TreatyThe TreatyThe TreatyThe
The language languae of the throe articles articlesadopted articlesadopted
adopted aopted today will wi form practically practicallythe pracUcly pracUclythe
the text tet of the treaty trety of Washington WashingtonIf Vahlnglon VahlnglonIf
If one Is signed sige subject subject of course to toa toa toa
a final fa revision ravi lon Each side has agreed agreedto
to the te articles artce and they are added In Inthe Inthe inthe
the protocols protocls of each days days session sessionwhich ssion ssionwhich sessionwhich
which are officially ofcialy signed by the pleni plenipotentiaries plenlpotent1ries plenipotentiarles ¬
potentiaries potent1ries the next morning In ad addition addIton addition ¬
dition dIton to the minutes kept by each eachside eachside eachside
side there is an abbreviated abbrevited record of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the discussions dlscussl ls giving the arguments argumentsmade aguments agumentsmade argumentsmade
made on each Cch side of every point pointwhich pointwhIch pointwhich
which aro daily daly attested atesto so s that when whenthe whenthe whenS
S the conference is ended ende the te record pf pfthe pfthe
1 the proceedings prceedings will wi be complete Of Ofcourse orcoure Ofcourse
course coure the agreement article article by ar article artIce artide ¬
tide tIce does dos not bind either eiher Russia or orJapan orapan orJapan
Japan apan until unti a final agreement agreem nt is isreached Isrehed Isreached
reached rehed and the treaty tret is signed signedIt aiged aigedI
It I Js however howovc significant sgnlcnt that iMr iMrSato MrSt Ir IrSto
Sato Sto St while vhle specifically spelfical stating stntng that if ifhe
2 he did not speak SpOK officially ofela1y gave as a his hisopinion hisopInIon hisopinion
opinion that each power had now bound boundItself bounditelf boundI
I Itself itelf to the articles artces agreed ageed to toWitte toWite toWitte
Witte Wite Won a Victory VictoryIn VictoryIn
In thQ th discussion of the second s cond ar article artcle artide ¬
tide tcle covering the evacuation evacuaton ot Man Manchuria iilanthurla 1n 1nchur ¬
churia chur It is positively positvely stated sttedthot that Rus Russia Russia Rusala ¬
sia won OD a n victory ietoro Baron Komura so soit soi soit
it i la 1 declared wanted wated to limit lmi the ob obContinued obontnucd obontinucd
Continued ontnucd ontinucd on Paac 2 2I 2I 2Sit
I
Sit I 1 L
FOUR REVENUE REVENUEAGENTS REVENUEAGENTS REVENUEAGENTS
AGENTS MUST GO GOResignations GOResigaton GOltcsignations
Resignations Resigaton Asked by Commissioner CommissionerYerkes Comissioner ComissionerYekes CommissionerYerkes
Yerkes YerkesYESUJ Yekes YekesI YekesEYESIqHT YerkesEYESIqHT
I
EYESIqHT YESUJ HT GETTING POOR POORCOULDNT POpRCOULDNIT POORCOULDNT
COULDNT SEE THINGS THINGSTHA THAT THATWERE THATWERE
WERE WE E GOING ON ONi ONASHINGTON ONpt
i pt A I I ASHINGTON Aug 14 14The 14The The Star Starf Sta Statonight StarV
V V f tonight says sa s There has ha been a abig abig abig
big shakeup among amont the revenue revenueagents revenueagent revenueagents
agents of the Internal Interna revenue service servicebut srIce srIcebut servicebut
but Just how far it I has h s gone Is a mat matter matter matter ¬
ter of speculation Epeulaton It I Is stated how however however honever ¬
ever that four well wel known revenue revenueagents revenueagents
agents agent have been asked for their res resignations resIgnations es ¬
ignations and that at least two of the thefour thefour thefour
four have come here hee for a conference conferencewith conferencewih conferencewith
with wih Commissioner Yerkes of the in internal Internal internal ¬
ternal revenue bureau bureu These are Cap Captain Captain Captam ¬
tain tam Charles Charle H Ingram Ingam in charge of ofNew ofNew ofNew
New England work stationed statoned at Bos Boston Boston Boston ¬
ton and C H Burg who has had ha a asection aaeeton asection
section of the southwest under his hischarge hischarge hischarge
aeeton
charge and has been located in Texas TexasThe TexasThe rexa
The names name of the other two agents agentscould agentscould agentscould
could not be learned today todayCommissioner tOdayCommisIoner todayCommissioner
Commissioner CommisIoner Yerkes would not dis discuss disCUBS discuss ¬
cuss the matter moter Those Thoseln in position positon to toknow toknow toknow
know say sy that tat Commissioner Yerkes Yerkeshad Yerkeshad
had personally peronaly been watching the work workof workof workof
of the revenue agents who are really reallythe JealY JealYthe reallythe
the secret investigating Investgatig officials ofcia of the thqrevenue th threveue therevenue
revenue reveue bureau and has concluded that thatsome thatsome thatsome
some of them have not been doing their theirduty ther therdut theirduty
duty dut in detecting detectng dotectingsome some of the things thingsgoing thIngsgoing thingsgoing
going on onEAGLES onEAGLES
EAGLES AT At DENVER DENVEROver DENVER DENVEROver
Over Three Thousand Delegates Will Willbe Wi Willbe
be in Attendance AttendanceDenver AttendanceDerver AttendanceDenver
Denver Derver Aug 14 HThis This citys Nnain Nnainthoroughfares niaIn niaInthoroughfares aln alnthoroughfare
thoroughfares thoroughfare are beautifully beautfuly decor decorated decorate decorated ¬
ated ate and brilliantly brliant3 illuminated IumInated In honor honorof
of the Fraternal Frternal Order of Eagles whose whosegrand whosegrand whosegrand
grand aerie aere will wi hold its Is annual anual meet meeting meetng meeting ¬
ing ng here her this week the sessions be beginning beginning beginning ¬
ginning tomorrow and ad continuing contnuln until untilSaturday unti untilSaturday
Saturday Thousands of o Eagles from fromall fromal fromall
all al parts part of the United States and andCanada anl andCanada
Canada Canada have already arrived and the thecredentials thecredentals thecredentials
credentials credentals committee commitee announced to today tody today ¬
day that over 3300 accredited nccredied delegates delegateswill delegateswil delegatestviil
will wil be present preent at the opening session sessionof ossionof
of the convention conventon The order which whichwas whIch1as whichWas
was founded in 1898 now numbers 913 913aeries 913aeries 913aCries
aeries comprising ITiOW 1750 members and anddisburses andpisbures and1isburses
pisbures disburses over 300000 00 annually annualy in inbenevolence inbenevolence inbenevolence
benevolence and charity John F Pel Pelletier Pelleter PcIIctier
letier leter of Kansas Kanas City present pr sent worthy worthygrand worthygrnd worthygrand
grand grnd president is a candidate for re reelection reeleetion reelection ¬
election Hy D Davis of Cleveland 0 Ohas 0has
has also announced his candidacy for forthe forthe forthe
the office and a spirited spiried contest is in inprogress Inproges inprogress
progress proges San Francisco Milwaukee Milwaukeeand Miwaukee Miwaukeeand
and Atlanta Atanta are bidding for the noxt noxtannual noxtannual nextannual
annual meeting meetingThe meetng meetingThe I
The Te unique elf If t of Ct nearly nealy a ton of ofpure ofpure ofpure
pure snow to the visiting lltng Eagles Egles orented soreatedconsiderable orentedconsiderable
considerable olterable of a sensation ensltor at grand Sand lodge Ipdgeheadquarters Ip lodgeheadquarters ge geI
headquarters hquaters here tonight tonl ht The Te presenta presentation pr prosSIltaties St ¬
I I ties to was a made on behalf belt of the main members mm mmI mainI ¬
I hers br of the local Acne No X J of Den DenCONFERENCE Denver Denvar
ver Te Tb Sow suow w wsi surI secured at Rollins RollinspN
pN on Ue uMotfat rd rd the new lno lnobig line linebeing
big being construete constructed to St Salt Lke Lake ad tuid was wasfound S Sfoun
foun found in large Quanttes quantities at nit h eevton eevtonof elevation elevationof
of no flO fet feet slxt sixty mie niiles from D Ddnver DdnverCONFERENCEON ner nerCONFERENCE
CONFERENCE ON CIVICS CIVICSMeetings CIVICSMeetings CIVICSMeetings
Meetings Will Wi Last the Week WeekThrough WeekThrough WeekThrough
Through at Portland PortlandPortland Portand PortandPortand PortlandPortland
Portland Portand Ore Aug 14 HThe The Lewis Lewisand LewIsad Lewisand
and ad Clark Clak conference cOlerenco on civics civIc which whichbegan whichbegan whlchb
began b gn a weeks weas session s slon in Portland Portand to today toay totiny ¬
day ay brought together one of the most mosttalented mosttalented mosttalented
talented gatherings gthering that has ever as assembled 8S 8Sfmbled assembled ¬
sembled fmbled in this city ciy Thesubject to today today today ¬
day was the War Against Aginst Corrup Corruption Corrupton Corruptlon ¬
tion ton The speakers spekers were Prof John JohnGraham JohnGraha JohnGraham
Graham Graha Brooks roolt of 9 Cambridge Cambrdge Rev Jo Josiah JosIah Josiah
siah Strong of New York city ciy Hon HonJohn HonJohn HonJohn
John DeWitt DeWit Warner president of the theart theart theart
art commission of New York city and andUnited nnd nndUnied andUnited
Service Commis Commissioner Commlsstoner Commisabner
United Unied States StatesClvH Civil ¬
stoner A W V Cooley CooleyThe CooleyThe CooieyThe
The recent exposures In municipal af affairs affairs affaire ¬
fairs in eastern cities cIte in Insurance Insrance com companies compnIes companies ¬
panies pnIes and in the agricultural agIcultural depart department department departmerit ¬
ment were discussed dlscusd One of the most mostforceful mostforcefui mostforceful
forceful utterances was that of Dr DrStrong DrStrong DrStrong
Strong in saying so lng the battle batte cry cr should shouldbe shouldbe shouldbe
be Rally Ral Around round the Ballot Balot Box In Instead Insted instead ¬
stead sted of Rally Rn Round the Flag An Another Another Another ¬
other pointed remark was made by b Mr MrWarner MrWarner r rWarner
Warner in effect that considering consideringeverybody considerng considerngeverbody consideringeverybody
everybody everbody in or out of office ofce were in inthe Inthe Inthe
the graft graf office ofce holders were not notwholly notwholy notwholly
wholy wholly blameable for their conduct conductHARRIMAN conduct conductHARRIMAN
0 0HARRIMAN
HARRIMAN LINES ARE AREPREPARED AREPREPARED AREPREPARED
PREPARED FOR A FIGHT FIGHTSpokane FIGHTSpokae FIGHTSpokane
Spokae Spokane Wash Wa Aug Au 14 HTrouble HTroublebetween 14Troublebetween Trouble Troublebetween
between the state railway rnway commission commissionand commissIonand commissiongad
and the Harriman HarIman lines lnes has arisen arisn at atthe atthe atthe
the very outset of the commissions commissionswork commissionswor
work wor t The clash is over the right of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the commission comml8lon to order a joint rate for forhandling forbandUnS forhandling
handling bandUnS coal from Roslyn to Colfax ColfaxWash ColfaxWash
Wash WashJ Wah WahJ
of the theHarrlman theHarrman theHarriman
J C Stubbs traffic trafc manager
Harriman Harrman lines ln sold soldThe sad sadThe saidThe
The commission lommlsion may make a joint jointrate jointrte jointrate
rate rte on Roslyn coal if I it wants wantto to but butvro bute butwe
vro e wont won t conform onform to it it it If the com commission commissonj cornmission ¬
mission missonj wants wint to fight fght all al right rightDo rightDo rightDo
Do you think we are going to let letthe letthe lotthe
the Northern Pacific Paifc short haul us oh ohthat ohthat
that that Colfax Colax coal trade after the way waythe wayte waythe
the te Northern Pacific Pacfc Is treating treatng us on onths onthe onthe
the sound Bund continued contnued Mr Stubbs Do Doyou Doyo Doyou
you yo know kow that the Northern Norther Pacific Pacificwont Pacificwont Pacificwont
wont join with wih us in billing bilng competi competitive comp compitive U Utve ¬
tive tve freight for Seattle Seatte or Tacoma over overour overour
1 our line Un to Portland PortlandAGAINST po PortlandAGAINSTVENEZUELA rtand rtandI rtandI I
I AGAINST AGAINSTVENEZUELA AGAINSTVENEZUELARefcrce VENEZUELA VENEZUELAReferee VENEZUELAi
i
Referee Plumley Awards French Citi Citizens Cit Citzens Citizens ¬
zens 6500000 Francs FrancsNorthfield FrancsNorthfeld FrancsNorthfield
Northfield Northfeld VttAiig Vt Aug 14 Hlahns Claims ag aggregating aggreaatng aggregating ¬
gregating greaatng 6600000 600000 francs franc held by ly the theFrench theFrench theFrench
French government against Venezuela Venezuelahave Venezuelahave Venezuelahave
have have beep allowed alowed by Referee Frank FrankPlumley FranlcPlumley FrankPiumley
Plumley of this place to whom they theyhad thE theyhad
had been referred for a decision and andfinal andlnal andfinal
final lnal adjudication adjudicationMr adjudicaton adjudicatonMr
Mr Plumleys decision was announced announcedhero announcedhro announcedhero
hero today toda to the representatives representtves of the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two governments governmontCount governmentsrCount Count De La L Rocca Roccaand noca nocaand Ttoccaand
and Dr Jose De J Paul PaulBlfht PdulEight PaulEight
Eight cases involving claims of f 40 40
000000 francs against agalnl the government governmentof
of Venezuela Veneuela wore submitted submIted to Mr MrPlumley 1lrPlumley MrPiumley
Plumley Of the eight eliht cases ca ses two were weredismissed weredisissed weredismissed
dismissed disissed for want of equity equiy and one onewas onewas onewas
disallowed disallowedThe
was disalowed disalowedThe
The claims were for damages damae alleged allegedto aleged alegedI
I to have been sustained by the French Frenchcitizens FrenchclzensconducUng FrenchcItizens
citizens clzensconducUng conducting mercantile mercantle enter enterprises enterprisos enterprisos ¬
prisos in Venezuela Venozue during durng the Insur Insurrection insurrcton insurructioa ¬
rection of 1901 1901Mr 1901Mr 1901Mr
rcton
Mr Plumleys Plumle3s decision is final finalBOTH fnal fnalBOTH finalBOTH
BOTH WILL RECOVER RECOVERBal5tn RECOVERBailston
1 BaJlston N TT Aug AuI 14 HDr Dr Barnard Barnardincite Bard BardS8alte BamardSghclte
Bal5tn
incite S8alte thQ tQew New ew York clergyman Qlergyma and andhis andhis andhis
his wife wle both of whom wore murderously murderouslyassaulted mUrerously mUrerouslyaul inunierouslyassaulted
assaulted aul Saturday Saturn nicht In Mechanics Meehanlcsville Mechanicsvilla
villa via by William Vlln Curtis Cur a n negro ne are areImproving arcImproving
Improving imprving Tho physicians pbysiclas say sa that bar baring r ba bacouuilicatioas
ing iD omwicatioas c both WU1 W U recover
NO ABATEMENT NOABATEMENTQF ABATEMENTOF ABATEMENTOF
OF YELLOW JACK JACKTwelve JAiCKTelve JACKTwelve
Twelve Telve Deaths Reported Repored at New Or Orleans Orleans Orleans ¬
leans Yesterday YesterdayFIFTYFIVE YesterdayFIFTY YesterdayFIFTY
FIFTYFIVE FIFTY FIVE NEW CASEs ICASESDiSEASE iCASES iCASESDISEASE CASEsDISEASE
DISEASE SPREADING SPREADI SPREDINGTHR NGTH THROUGH THROUGHOUT ROUGH ROUGHOUT UGH UGHOUT ¬
OUT THE THECFrY THECFrYN THECITYM CITY CITYEW
M EW ORLEANS ORLA S Aug A t 140fcial l4rOfllcial re report report reI ¬
N I port to 6 p pm pmNew iril irilNew m mNew
New cases55 cases55Total caea cases55Total 55 55Total
Total to dateilOlS dateilOlSDeaths datelOI8Deats date 1018 1018Deaths
Deaths Deats 12 12Total 12Total 12Total
Total to date 166 166New 16 16ew 116ew
New ew subfoci subfociTotal S STotal STotal
Total subfoci to date date 210 210Cases 210Ca 210Cases
Cases Ca under treatment treatment 4SG 4SGThe 4G 4GTh 4GThe
The Th figures tgre for the day da are considered consideredsurprisingly conidere consideredsurprisingly
surprisingly surrsingiy small smal considering cnidering that nino
tat
teen ten of the cases reported today really
cse rprted toa ralY
belonged belong to t yesterdays cstos list lst having oomo oomom
m In after ater the closing ot Sundays Sun ys report report
Monday hue usually usualy been oen a a haavy haVY day da
for rew re ew cases ces on account acount of holdovers
from Sunday Sundy and if 1 the th number numb of new newcases newcae newcases
cases cae for fo the to next net few days das continue continuesmall colhue colhuesmll continueSmall
small smll then it can c be said sid that t t the sit situation si situntion ¬
uation uaton is really rely improving Improvn Of the t new newloci
loci foi four axe ue ui u utown > town and ad four below
Cal Canal street streetSurseon strC1 streetSurgeon
Surgeon Suren Whites rhles forces went to work worktoday worktoday worktoday
today on the te reorganized rerlz plan pla all al the
fumigating fumIgtn and ad screening screning being done fcpm fcpmthe fwmthe
tlm tlmthe
the district disIct headquarters heaqUrtcrs Instead Inte of Ilie Iliecentral te tecntrl the thecentral
central cntrl headquarters heuarter as a heretofore
This was wa a field tel cHay d for country countr oases oasesAssistant oo casesAssistant
Assistant Aistt Surgeon Surgon Corpul went to St StJames StJame StJames
James Jame parish paish and a found a case cse at Lut Lutcher Lutchor Lutchor
chor a 0 a large lage lumber town This case cases ee ees
s traced tre to Reserve plantation plantationPlantation platuUon platuUonPlantation plantationPlantation
Plantation Cases CasesThe CasesThe CasesThe
The parish paIsh health hclh officer offcer of St Charles Charlesreports Chales Chalesrepor Charlesreports
reports that Diamond and Good
repor that Dlwo GoO Hope Hopoplantation Hop Hopeplantation
plantation plataton have ha each eh one suspicious and andthree ad adthree andthree
three oosltlve cases Two
cae more oases oaseswore oe easeswore
wore wer discovered dicoverd today tocY on the tbVUdwod tbVUdwodplantton Wildwood WildwoodPlantation Wildwoodplantation
Plantation plantton in Jefferson Jofferon parish pash Another Anothercase Aother Aothercase Anothercase
case has 1 developed dveloDed at Port Por Barrow Bow in inAscension i inAscOnsion
Ascension Ac nslon parish > lsh There are are two cases casesat Qaes Qaesat nses nsesat
at at Lafourche crossing in Lafourche parIsh par parish ¬
ish which whld are ae isolated iolat on a flat boat boat p In Inthe inthe Inthe
the bayou b ou Patterson Patersn reports reprt three tre new newcoses ne newcases
cases caes and ad no deaths deats Plaquemine Plauemin parish parishreports pah pahreprt parishreports
reports reprt two new cases in Pointe Celeste Celesteone Ceete Ceeteone Celesteone
one of which is dead dd All Al other oth cases casesin case casesin
in that tat parish paish have recovered recover An early earlyreport ely elyreprt earlyreport
report reprt received reeived by b the board bar of health healthsaid heth hethsaid healthsaid
said there wore wee twelve twelve cases ce at Pointe PointeCeleste Pinte PinteCelete PointeCeleste
missionThe mIsion missionThe Celeste mission Celete but tills tls was WIS a mistake mitke in trans transmission trn transmission ¬
The Norwegian Noregian steamship stem5hlp Saphir Sp ir1rom ir1romColon from fromColon fromColon
Colon Is now held hel up in quarantine quatne and andtwo a andtwo
two cases ce of sickness sickes wore taken tke off and andplaced ad adplaod andplaced
placed plaod in the detention deteton camp camp at the quar quarantine quaranlnc quarantine ¬
antine anlnc station staton near neA the mouth of the theriver therIver theriver
river It I Is I repotted rep ted here that a case 0 of oCsickness ofsIckness
sickness sicn was taken ten off of another aothe Ship re recently recenty recoatiy ¬
cently centy which is still sUI detained detano at tnwratn tnwratntine nurt tttaartitine
tine tne Assistant Asistat Surgeon Berry Ber is on n the therood te teroa theroad
rood roa to recovery recoveryLARGE rover roverLARGE recoveryLARGE
< LARGE NUMBER OF CASES CASESSection CASESSection CASESSection
Section Below Canal Street Str ct Very VeryGenerally VeryGeneraiy VeryGenerally
Generally Generaiy Infected InfectedNew Infected InfectedNew IrfcctedNew
New Orleans Orleas AUET AuI 14 HPaly 14Partly Partly as a a re result result resuit ¬
sult of left lef over cases cae from Sunday and andpartly ad adparty andpartly
partly party from the fact lt that tht the te inspectors inspectorswere Inspetors Inspetorswee Inspectorswrne
were wee able to t put In a full tul days das work workthem ork orkthere i ithere
there was wa again gn a 8 large 1 e number numor of new neweases newee neweases
eases ee of yellow yolow fever ree reported rportcd to today otbe otbebulk the thebulk thebulk
bulk of them as a before befor comlnr cmnz from frombelow trombelow frombelow
below Canal street stret That Thl t section seton is now nowvery nowvey nowvery
very vey generally gnerly injected In ete though there terp are aresOme areme I ISOme
sOme me areas aea of It which have hve thus far farentirely faretrely farentirely
entirely etrely escaped epe Slow progress progre is made madeby madeby madeby
by the disease dise In what is known as s the theAmerican te teAerca theAmerican
American Aerca r portion Dorton > of the city olt and ad with withfew wih wihfew withfew
few exceptions ecCton the cases cas there are ae iso isolated is isolated ¬
lated latedSome late latedSome
Some Infection Infeton has hac existed eiste in scattered scatteredquarters scattee scatteredquarters
quarters Quarter where wbe local locl doctors doctor have ha re resented resented rerented ¬
sented the te activity atvit of Inspectors Inspector In cases coseswhich cae casestthich
which wWc they have themselves tcmseve reported reporte but butDr butld butDr
Dr White te is displaying great tact in inhandling inhandling
handling ld tetf the tf situation r f is constantly constantlysmoothing constantiysmoothing o tJ tJsmoting
smoothing smoting out the wrinkles rlnkle and ad hopes hopeswithin hopeswihin hopeswithin
within wihin a a a few days to have so s perfect perfecta peret pereta
a working workIn system that cause ca sc will wil no n lon longer longer ionger ¬
ger exist for dissatisfaction dissatisfactionHer dissutifaoUQD
Her Case Proved Fatal FatalConcerning FatalConcorning FatalConcerning
Concerning the tle statement that druggists druggistshave druggistshave
have been n prescribing b for patients drufElss in or order order ¬
der that u families might fJ rr rra avoid a rdenpo reporting reportingsickness reportingsickness t tsickess
sickness sickess to the authorities authorte Dr White Whitetoday Whitetoday lt
today tody said sd that tat he would act toward tO them themas themas
as a he had ha toward towa physicians physlcltng if i he Je r learned learnedthat leed leedthat learnedthat
that they were purposely purosely concealing conclng cases casesTho caC casesThe
Tho doctors doctor themselves themseve however have haveindicated have haveIndicated haveIndicated
indicated that they wUl beartily eartl1 support supportany supportan supportany
any an action aton designed delgne to prohjblt prllhlt the pine practice pnc pncecr pinetice ¬
tice among druggists g of treating yellow yellowfever yellowfever
fever ecr cases The agitation a l over nlb nlbter this mat matter matter ¬
ter grows gws out of a a discovery dls over on Saturday Saturdayof
of the case cae of a young oun woman woma of some someprominence sme smeprominence someprominence
prominence who was w found to be criti critically crlt critically ¬
cally cly ill i with wiQ yellow yelow fever love without wihout a doc doctor do doetor ¬
tor In charge c Only a g druggist had d pro proscribed proseribed ¬
scribed for lteronUc her Her case roved v fatal fatalon f fatalon i ion
on Sunday and ad today toay a new case c5C was V re reported roported ¬
ported porte in the same house houseCases houlo houloCases houseCases
Cases Outside New Orleans OrleansThe OrleansThe OrleansThe
The twelve cases caes of yellow yelow fever feve fev re reported ro roported ¬
ported porte near nr PointeaLaHaohe PotnteaLHahe today ton in inPlaquemine inPlauemine inPlaquemine
Plaquemine Plauemine xraxlsh Dsh arc understood undrood to toI tobe
I be Italians Itian who left let New Orleans Orl s in tho thomiddle thoI
I middle ml e of the excitement followins folowin the thediscovery te tediscovery thediscovery
discovery of the nest of cases case In the old oldFrench oldFrench oldFrench
French market maket quarter q ater Several Sevor hundred hundredItalians hundredItalians
Italians IaUans at that tat itme itlme sought suht refuge Tefu e in inPBaquemlne InPJquemlne InPaqUemlne
PBaquemlne PJquemlne Mr Schayot Shayot the health heth of offcer offea ofleer
leer fea of Plaquemine Plauemlne has ha isolated the pa patients patents patients ¬
tients tents The marine mana hospital service soric it itIs Itaou itis
Is announced aou re today will wil take general generalcharge generalcharge generalcharge
charge of the work of removing rmoving filth fith and andtrash ad adtrah andtrash
trash trah from streets steets and ad houses house the inten intention Intenton intention ¬
tion ton being to put the city cty In a a good goodsanitary goodsanitry
sanitary sanltr condition conditionThe conditon conditonThe conditionThe
The campaign of pro prosecution rOouton cutlon of those thosewho thosewho
who have cmpgn not paid pid obedience obeience to the anti antimosquito ant antimosquito
mosquito mosquio ordinance orInace is to participated beparticipatedIn b be participatedin
In by the federal feerl authorities authorItes the city cityboard ciy ciyboa cityboard
board boa of health hoth the police polce and ad the Ue vail various vai vaibus vailbus ¬
bus war ward committees commitees Swoeninc Swenlng orders ordershave ordershave
have 11vo been issued to the police pOlco to prosecute prosecuteall prscuto prscutoal
all al landlords ldlors and ad agents acnt who fail fal to screen screentheir screentheir
their thr cisterns cisternsItalian cisten cistenttalar cisternsitalian
Italian ttalar Relief elef Work WorkThe WorkTho WorkThe
The relief relcf work of the Italian Ialan societies societiesis
is now nw in full ful swing sng Interesting Interetng scenes scenesarc scenesare
daily witnessed in the charity
are daiy wlnc charit rca restaurant re rcataurant ¬
taurant turt which the societies scetes have hTe opened openedin
in the heart hert of the old French quarter quarterand Qu quarterand ter tera
and a the restaurant re ut is thronged thronJed at meal mealtimes mealtm mealtimes
times tm s with wih a n motley motey crowd of men me wo women women women ¬
men and children chldren Three Tre meals meal are served aerveddolly srved srveddaly serveddaily
dolly daly but arrangements arangement are ae being bing made madeto mae maeto madeto
to feed fee any a an who come come whether It Is Isduring Isdurng isduring
during durng the regular reglar meal time tm or not not It Itis Itis
is estimated etmate that the restaurant rtaunt is i now nowfeeding nowreedIn nowfeeding
feeding reedIn a thousand people pople a day dayThe da daThe dayThe
The relief rle committee co ltec Is also looking lookingafter lookingI iookingafter
I after afer the poverty pvert stricken stricke Italians Ialans in the thematter theI thematter
matter mter essarien of 01 clothing rant and other Ot nec necRcvcnuc ne necessarien
I erc ercRevenue
Revenue Cutter Cuter Patrol PatrolWashington PatrolWahington PatroWashington
Washington Wahington Aug Aug 14 Uaptin 14Captain Captain Ross Rosschief Ros Rosschief
chief of the revenue rvenue cutter cuter service sen1o now nowat nowat nowat
at Gulfoort GulrDrt Miss Mis in command coman of the thecutters thecutor thecutters
cutters cutor and other vessels vesels charged chr = e with withmaintaining withmntlnln withmaintaining
mntlnln maintaining quarantine Qurtne against aanst the dis district distrct district ¬
trict In i Louisiana LuishlpU Infected Jnfeted with wih yellow yellowfever yelow yelowtever yellowfever
trct IQ
fever has Ia reported to the treasury treaur de department d dparent tiepartinoat ¬
partment parent as to the disposition dispsiton of the pa patrol patrol patrol ¬
trol fleet t expressing expresing the belief blet that thot this thisdisposition thisdispsiton tillsdisposition
disposition dispsiton will wi make the patrol patrl effective effectiveTho erfetve erfetveTho effectiveThe
Tho launches launche and mc other o her boats boat will wU cruise cruleanywhere cruiseanywhere
anywhere In American AmerJc waters water Wer where their theirservice theIrservice theirservice
anywhere service may be b needed and will w1 cause CU5 all allvessels al allvessels
vessels vQsels coming from Louisiana Louiiaa to tob tobe be noti notified not notilied ¬
lied that tht they will wl not be uermltted perite to toland tolad toland
land lad te anywhere anyWec on the gulf glf guifcoat coast CDtt without withouttheir wihut wihuttheir withouttheir
their personnel undergoing undcrolnS the period prio of ofdetention ordetenton ofdetention
detention detenton pnnel after afe fumization funUon All Al fishing fishingvessels fIshingveels fishingvessels
vessels veels from frm 5 5THREE Louisiana L islan will wi be inspected inspectedTHREE Inpt InptTHREE
THREE COMPANIES INVOLVED INVOLVEDf INVOLVEDLincoln
4 f Lincoln Neb Aug 14 1lnsur 1lnsurance 14Iflaur Insur + 4
4 4 ance Auditor Audior Pierce announced to toi today today +
+ i ance day T A that the Insurnce insurance i if depart department departmeat +
+ f ment of Nebraska Neb lta working workng with wih wihViscorsln withWisconsin +
4 + Wisconsin Viscorsln Minnesota Louisiana Louisianak Luisiana LuisianaKentucky +
4 k Kentucky and Tennessee wouldon would on onOctober onOctober + 4f
+ f October 1 begin an Investigation Investigation4of investgation investgationo +
4of + 4 o of theaffairs the afqlr affqiin of the th Equitable EUitble EUitbleNew EquitableNcw +
+ New York Lifeand Lifo ad Mutual lIutual Insur Isur Isurnnce Insurance +
4 + ance companies in the states state +
4 4 + named namedift +
+ +
ift 4ti + + + ttt H t + t t + tttit + i + + tt + + + UJ + +
i Peace Pece Conference Conerence in i Session Session
I IProminent
MEREY MERELY A QUESTION OF HUMANITY HUMANITYProminent HUMANIY
Prominent Jews of the United Uni ed States in Consultation Con ulation with Wit h M MWitte MWitteCondition
Witte WiteCondition WitteCondition Condition of Hebrews in Russia RussjaBeing Russias RussiaBeing RussaBeing s
Being Considered C nsidered
Ih k ORTSMOUTH ORTSlOUTH N H Aug 14 1A 1Adelegton 14A 14Ar A Adelegation
P r delegation delegton corslstinsof cor sisUJgof Jacob Jaab JaabSchif Jasob1 Jasob1Schiff H HSchiff
Schiff Schif Oscar Oser S Strauss Stru Adolph AdoiphKraussof AdolphKrus AdolphKrauss
Kraussof Krus Krauss ot Chicago Chicg ATdolph l Lewisohn Lewisohnand Lwlsohn Lwlsohnand Lewlsohnand
and Isaac Seligmaii Selgman arrived arrved here this thisafternoon tls tlsafernoor thisafternoon
afternoon afernoor ind by previous arrange arrangement nrgt arrangemeat
ment will wi hold a conference cnfernce with wit MR MRWitte lr lrVite MrWitte
Witte Vite tonight on the condition con lton of the theJews theews theJuns
Jews ews in Russia Russia Mr Witte Is known knownto kow kowto knownto
to sympathize with wit the aspirations npirtons of ofthe 0 0the ofthe
the Hebrews for improved conditions conditionsapid conditons conditons1d conditionsrud
apid 1d if satisfactory satsfactorJ assurances assurnces are giv given give givon ¬
en e It can bo stated statt that at Russia Russia1hou1d Russia1hou1dshe shouldsheso should shouldsheo
sheo she desire deire can cnlce placea foreign telgnlQI Ion Ionin loam loamin
in 11 the t country countr through Jewish ewi banking bankinghouses bankInghpuse bankinghouses
houses housesThe hpuse housesThe
The Associated Asociated Press Pre however is au authorized authorized authorized ¬
thorized by b a member of the delegation delegationto delegton delegtonto
to state that at the preliminary prelminary meetIng meet meetins meeting
Ing at which the conference with wih Mr MrWitte lIr lIrVlte MrWitte
Witte Vlte was arranged arrnged the subject of a aloan a aloan
loan was not broached broachedAir brached brachedMr
Mr Oscar Strauss Struss shortly shorty after aler his hisarrival hIsarrval hisarrival
arrival arrval at the hotel made the te follow following folow folowIng followIng ¬
ing statement regarding his mission missionWe mlssJonuVe missionWe
uVe We have have come here on a very ery sim simple sirnpie ¬
lere
pIe mission A conference conference conference was ar arranged arrnged arranged ¬
ranged rnged by Mr r Witte Wite who desires to toconfer toconfer
confer with lh us regarding re ardng the condition conditionof condiion condiionof I
of the Jews in Russia and to discuss discusswith discusswith discusswith
with him him how best to improve imprve their
condition conditon and d to give them the same samerights sameright samerIghts
rights right as a other Russian Ru sian subjects sUbject have haveThis haveThi haveThis
This Thi is in no TO way way involved with wih any anyfinancial anyfimmclal anyfinancial
financial question quton It I is purely and andsimply andshnply andsimply
simply a t question queton of humanity and the thebelieX thebele thebelief
belief bele on our part prt that equal rights rightsamong rght rightsamong
among all al the subjects subjpcts of Russia will willpromote wi willpromote
promote nire the best bet subJrt interests Interest of that tin tinplre m mPortsmouth mnire
t
Portsmouth Portsmout N H Aug AUI 14 141 141VJte 14MWitte M MWitte
Witte VJte upon his return to the hotel holebe holebefore be before before ¬
fore the conference v IUi iU the te Jewislv Jewislvlament Jewls1i8Pu JewiliLQputatlon
LQputatlon tcnight tj
i8Pu ation oih 1tgD
tatesient atoment lament tonight tohighttbat thact lb he hetend hd h djO1ii djO1iitend l n ntend
tend to dSCUS5 discuss the question of ofa a loan loanor loanor loanor
or financial financal matters maters at the conference conferencePortsmouth conferencePortm conferencePortsmduth
Portsmouth Portm uth N H Aug 14 14A A free freeexchange freeexchange freeexchange
exchange of views vews on the condition conditon and andtreatment andtretment andtreatment
treatment tretment of the the Jews ews In Russia Rus la was washeld washeld washeld
held tonight In a conferencebetween M MWitte MWitte r rVlte
Witte Vlte and Baron Rosen and Oscar OscarStraus OscarStraus OscarStraus
Straus Jacob H Schiff Isaac N Selle Selleman Selg Selgman Seligman
man and Adolph Lewisohh of New NewYo NewYek i
Yo York k and Adolph Kraus of Chicago ChicagoThe Chicgo ChicgoThe ChicagoThe
The statement was wa made by the delega delegation delegaton delegation ¬
tion ton calling calng on the te Russian plenipoten plenipotentiaries plenIpotentaries plenlpotentiaries ¬
tiaries taries that nothing tanglible tanglble resulted resultedbut resule resultedbut
but that future futur benefits benpfts was looked for forThe fore forr forThe
The e financial condition o I of Russia was wasnot wasnot
not mentioned W in l the discussion II c sl std stdnot mid was wasnot wasnot
not r suggested as a a topic of discussion discussionaccording discussionaccordln discussionaccording
according to Mr r Kraus
PROMISES TO RETURN SOME TIMEDepartment TIME TIMEDepartment TMEDepartment
I Department of Agriculture Agriculure in Receipt of a Letter Leter from JohnI JohnHyde John JohnHyde JohnHyde
Hyde Former Former Statistician Who is Safe Across Acrossthe Acrossthe Acrossthe
the Ocean Oce n nI
I
tAI I ASHINGTON ASHI GTON Aug 14 1 The Thef Thepromised TheV
W V V f promised letter leter from John Hyde Hydeformer Hydaforer Hydeformer
former forer statistician tatstcian of the depart departm9nt departmqnt departm
m9nt m nt of agriculture agriculure in response to Sec Secretary Se Seretary e eI ¬
retary retar Wilsons Vlsons cablegram cablegrm urging mgng hIm hiwito hImto hanto
I to return from England and testifyl testC in inthe inthe inthe
the proceedings before the special grand grandjury gtandjury geandjury
jury which is investigating inestgaUnS charges chargesagainst chargcsagInst chargesagaInst
against agInst Edwin S Holmes the former fotmerassociate funnerassociate formerassociate
associate statistician statstcIan arrived arrve today todayThe todty todtyI todayThe
The letter leter was as indefinite indefinie as a Hydes Hydesrecent Hdesrecent Hydesrecent
I recent cablegram cablegm to Secretary Secretar Wilson Wilsonand Wilsonand Vison Visonand
and nothing nothin is known as to his inten intentions intentons intentions ¬
tions tons beyond his promise to return as assoon assoon assoon
soon as possible possibleIn osslble
In the absence of Secretary Secretar Wilson Wilsonwho Wison WisonWll Wilsonwhohas I
who Wll whohas has gone to Chicago the letter was wasturned wasI
turned over to District Attorney
I
Beach who authorized Its is publication publicationIt PUbl
It I is dated date Southport South port Eng August August5th August5th August5th
5th and is i as follows followsDear folows followsDear
Dear Sir Your cablegram of July July27th Jul Jul27th July27th I
27th reached by mall mal from London LondonAugust LondonAugust LondonAugust
August 2 As A I stated stat cd in my reply I Iwill Iwi Iwill
will wi return as a soon as possible A brief briefdelay briefdelay briefdelay
delay is unavoidable The carbuncle carbunclefrom carbunclefrom carbunclefrom
from which I suffered sufered shortly shorty after afterleaving afer aferleavlng afterleaving
leaving Washington Vashlngon has ha been followed followedby folowed folowedbya
by bya a much more serious one and I am amin antin
in bad shape altogether alogether As I wish to toavoid toayold toavoid
avoid going over a third time tie I must mustalso mustalso mustalso
also see the specialist sDeclalst whom I came cameover cameover cameover
over to consult consul I have not yet been beenwithin beenwithin beenwithin
within 200 200 miles mIes of London Lndon and the thestatement te testatement thestatement
statement that I was attending the con convention conventon convention ¬
vention venton of the statistical statstcl institute Insttute was wasa wasa
a a mistake mistke Very Ver respectfully respectfullyJOHN resp ctfuliy ctfuliyJQHN tfuly tfulyuJQHN
uJQHN JOHN HYDE
I
SETTLE DETAILS OF THE DRAWING DRAWINGJohn
John Dern of Salt Lake and Irving Howbert of Colorado ColoradoSpriTitjs ColoradoSprifs ColoradoSpriuIs
SpriTitjs Sprifs Meet With Commissioner Commissione Richards and Prepare Preparefor
for Land Lottery lotery on Thursday Next
1
Special Speial to The HoraldROVO Horald Hemd HerabLflitovo
flitovo ROVO Aug 14 HIrInI 14IrvIng Irving Hoivbert Hobt of ofColorado ofColondo ofr
PROVO r Colorado Colondo Springs SIrns come cae In introm from roat the thecost theet theeast
cost et today and John ohn Darn camo cao down downfrom downtrom downfront
from Salt Sal Lake Lko They met Commissioner CommissionerRichards CommissionerRichards
Richards Ricar for the purpose purpoo of considering consideringtho cQnsldeing cQnsldeingtho
tho preliminaries prelmlne of the drawing drwing for forUintah forUlntah fortJintah
Uintah land lad which tbich hiclt begins bgns here hro on the the17th the1ifh the17th
17th 1ifh They The decided doldw to have the te drawing drawingtake drwiIb drwiIbte drigtake
take te place DIcd on the Proctor Protor academy academygrounds aaemy aaemygounds academygrounds
grounds gounds A platform pator will wi be built buit at the thonortheast te tenortheat thenortheast
northeast northeat ior door on which will wi be placed placedtho plaed plaedthe placedthe
the box from fror which the te numbers numbe will willbe willbe i
be b drawn drawn There Tere will wil be room rom for the thecommissioner thecommission thecommissioner
commissioner commission and Id it Jew QW i > romlnent romlnet citi citizens clt ciiizens ¬
zens = ns clerks clork the boys o who draw daw the t num numbers nm nmbers aiimbern ¬
bers and ad representatives representtves of the te press pressTho pres presrhe pressThe
The rhe work will wi begin bn at 9 oclock oclok al although a although ¬
though It may my be b 10 oclock before befor actual actualwork actualwork ctualwork
work beams bans on the first fIrt day The box boxis bx bxi boxis
is i eight feet fet long by thirty t la rt feet deop deepand deopad deopand
and ad wide and is made mc expressly ercssly for the thepurpose thepuros thepurposa
purpose puros There The will be three thre bo 11 boin is who whowill whowi whowill
will wi eachdraw eh drw a number nUbor simultaneously simultaneouslyThen slmulan simultaneouslyThen ously ouslyThen
Then two men me will wil turn the box for forthe torthe forthe
the purpose of thoroughly torughly mixing the there theremttining re remaining ¬
maining nlning purpe numbers numb the box mxing being bnA first firstturned frt frtturne firstturned
turned turne and the numbers numbcos mixed mxe before beor the thefirst te tefrst thefirst
first frst numbers are ar drawn drwn This Ti will wi not notbe notbe notbe
be continued cotnued after nfer the first tlrt 111 11 111numberz 111numberzas numbers numbersas numbes numbesas
as It I would take te too t much time tme As each eachenvelope eachl1clop eachenvelope
envelope l1clop Is pulled pule out by b a u ii boy b it will willbe wil wilbe willbe
be numbered numor and ad the te name nae on thp th Iden Identlification IdentUtlcton identilfication
tlification tUtlcton card cad recorded rode by b a clerk clerk A Acopy Acopy Acopy
copy of this list lht will wi be 0 posted pstcd In a a con conspicuous consplcuous conspicuous ¬
spicuous place plno and ad in addition additon each ch person personwhose pcron pcronwho personwhote
whose who name Is drawn drwn will wl lb be notified notifiedby ntfed ntfedby notifiedby
by mail mal at the te postofflce potofn e address adr given sivenby givenby givenby
by him when wh he registered registeed The Te names nameswill nat nameswill
will wH be drawn drwn at the tJe rate rte of about abut 2000 2000a
a i day da till tl the number numbr for tor which there thereare thucarc theretire
are farms fnn la 1 drawn drwn This will il take te prac practlcally pr practically
tlcally tlcUy three lhre days although alhougI It IB 1 thqugHk thqugHkthat thOg11L1t tho1gliLthat
that 1t oltoc at tha first tt day da m mtJ meje a HMn U 000
may be drawn dawn Aiter ter the numbers nUbe1 for forwhich forwhIch forwhich
which there is hind are ro drawn the
fnd ar rwn the process processwin pres preswIl processwill
win wIl be much moro mOr rapid because buse then
the cards ca will wi not be recorded recorde Each Ech per person person person ¬
son whose woe Identification Identfcton card crd Is in the
box bx will wl be notified notfe however whether his hisnumber bisnumbr hisnumber
number numbr entitles entes him to land lnd or not
Tho clerks cleks from Grand Junction Juncton not Vernal Vernaland Vernaland
and Price Prce have all ni arrived brInging their theirpapers theIrpaprs theirpapers
papers paprs with wih them themMr thc themMr
Mr Howbert Howort of Colorado C01Qrado Springs s the themember themeber themember
member meber of the commission with wih Commis Commissioner Comis Comissioner ommls ommlsStoner ¬
sioner Richards RIchars and and Mr Dern is one of oftho ottho ofthe
tho leading leding business busines men of Colorado Coloro and andi ad adis andIs
i is president of the Portland
pridet Portand Mining Mining com company company centpany ¬
pany of Cripple Creek C ek Messrs Me r Howbert Howbertand HowbertrIen Howbertend
and noon noonS rIen Bern went to Salt Sit Lake Lke this tis after afternoon ater aterCONVENTION afternoon ¬
S
CONVENTION IN OCTOBER OCTOBERMilwaukee OCTOBERlwauke OCTOBERMilwaukee
Milwaukee lwauke Aug AuI 14 HAt At a a meeting metnl In InChicago inChicago
Chicago today to ay of the executive cecuUve committee committeeof comtte comttei
i of the interstate intettc commerce law conven convention convcnton convention ¬
tion ton representing rpresentng 300 < business busines organiza organizations oriz organizations ¬
tions ton It wa was decided decide to call cal a a conven convention conentlon convention ¬
tion the latter Dart of October Octobe In Chi Chicago Chicage ¬
cage ca The convention conveton will wIl be o for the pur purpo purpe purIxiac
po pe Ixiac o of giving gvIng expression to t < the te public publicsentiment publc publcscntment publicsentiment
sentiment scntment that tat is calling caln for r an amend amendment aend aendI amendmont ¬
I mont ent of the Interstate fntlrsta commerce law lawwhich lawwhich lawwhich
which will wi give the commission eomssion power powerto pwer powerto
I to compel cop reasonable re0nble gve rates ratesCUBAN ratesCUBAN ratesCUBAN
CUBAN ELECTION EIECTION RIOT RIOTHavana R RIOTHavana OT OTHaana
Havana Aug 14 1A 14A A demonstration demonstrationof qe onstraton onstratonot
of the th followers folower of Governor Jose ose Mig Miguel Miguel Miguel ¬
uel Gomez Gomevhlch which took place at Pal Palmira Palmint l lIlr ¬
mint Ilr in Santa Claraprovince Clara provInce yester yesterday yesterda yesterday ¬
day da resulted resuled In Inn a collision coUslon of the thefu thefusiofliets fu fusionists u uslo1lsts
sionists slo1lsts with rural url guards lards and nd police policeIt polce polceJtj policeIL
It Jtj jft ii reported that tha many shots sh t Vere Vereflreoj ere ereIfr
1 flreoj Ifr r a but that h nonc none was injured
ON THE STAND IN INHIS INHIS INHIS
HIS OWN DEFENSE DEFENSELevanting
Levanting Lawyer Lwyer Collins Coll Giyes Sen Sensational Sensati ¬
sational satonl sati nal Testimony TestimonyCHARGES Testony TestimonyCHARGES I ICHARGES
CHARGES OF CONSPIRACY CONSPIRACYSTORY CONSPIRACYSTORYDOES
STORY STORYDOES DOES NOT NOTAGREE AGREE WITH WITHTHE WITHTHE WITHTHE
THE RECORD RECORDsf RECORDICTORI RECORD1CTORiA
sf ICTORIA ICTORI B c C AU Aug 14 14After After siv siving givV
f ing expert eert evidence evldence on California Californialaw C Californialaw
v law 1 disputing disputnt the evidence eVdence of R RN HN
N Whiting WitIng asslsttdltrietttrey asslsttdltrietttreyof assistantof assistant districfc attorney attorneyof
of San Francisco Francisc regarding rerlnl its is appli application appl application ¬
cation c ton to perjury George Gere D Collins Collinsbeing Colns Collinsbeing I Ibeinl
being tried perury for f r extradition extrditon for perjury perjurybefore peruy perjurybefore i ibefore
before Judge Lampman Lmpma ga gare e sense sensational sensj sensetiocial ¬
tional t < nal evidence under cross examina examination exmina exminaton examination ¬
tion ton by Frank Fank HIggins representing repreenting the thestate thestate thestate
state of California Calfornla He says the evi evidence evidonee evldonce ¬
dence given of a marriage maiage between him himself himself himself ¬
self and Charlotta Newman Newma at t San SanFrancisco SanFncIsco SanFrancisco
Francisco FncIsco was wa utterly uterlY false and was waspart waspart waspart
part of a conspiracy framed to prose prosecute prosecute ¬
cute him hi He stated he had never nevermarried nevermarried ver verma
married ma ried Charlotte Chalotta Newman now nowstyl nowstyling styl styling1 stylinK ¬
inK herself herelf Charlotte Chrlott Collins Colns In whose Avhosesuit whosesuit whosesuit
suit for maintenance against agist him Ihn at atSan atSan atSan
San Francisco Fncisco the affidavit afda1 was made madeupon madeupon madeupon
upon which the perjury perjur charge charg against againsthjm aginst aginstIlJm againsthim
him Is based bsed but had married maried her sister sisterAgnes siser siseriges sisterAgnes
Agnes iges M l Newman NewmanFinally Newma NewmaFinaly NewmanFinally
Finally Finaly Married Her HerHis HerHis HerHis
His marriage marrage with wih Agnes Ae M Newman Newmanhad Newmanhad Newmanhad
had been contracted in his office ofce wit witnessed witnesscd witnessed ¬
nessed by Dr Euston and ad his daughter daughterJennie daughterJeJnle daughterJarnie
Jennie Buston Eston whose present where whereabouts wherenbouts whereabouts ¬
abouts he did not know kow He had writ written writt written ¬
ten t n the contract contct which he Agnes Ages M MNewman MNewman MNewman
Newman and the witnesses witnesse had signed signedHe si signedHe ed edHe
He had given it to her and has as not notsqen notsen notseen
seen it it She had continually contnually urged him himto himto himto
to go through a ceremony of marriage marriageand mariage mariageand marriageand
and he yielded yielde on May 5 1889 when the theceremony theceremony theceremony
ceremony was performed perfored by Father FatherConolly Fther FtherConoHy FatherConolly
Conolly at St S1 Johns church in San SanFrancisco SanFrancisco
Francisco He had drawn drwn 1000 100 whioh whiohshe whi whi5ihshe h hshe
she had deposited deDosied in the Hibernian Hibernianbank Hbernian Hbernianbank Hibernianbank
bank in her maiden name as she had hadassigned hadassigned hadassigned
assigned it I to him prior to her death deathShe deathShe deathShe
She was always acknowledged ackowledged and was wasburied wasbured wasburied
buried bured publicly publcly as a his wife wifeCertificate wifeCertificate wifeCertificate
Certificate Was Wrong
Mr r HIggns Higgins produced produce the license lcense and andcertificate ad adcertfcate andcertificate
certificate certfcate of marriage marase in which it I was waswritten wa waswritten
written writen that the marriage maage was between betweenCharlotta betweenCharlota betweenCitarlotta
Charlotta Charlota Newman Newma and George D DCollins DCoJns DCollins
CoJns Collins Collins Colns said he had signed the theapplication theapplcaton theapplication
application applcaton for a license lcense before beore it I was wasfilled wa wasfilled
filled fUed out and left lef a client clent James JamesMulcahey Jaes JaesMUlcahey JamesMulcahey
Mulcahey since sincQ sine deceased deceaed to get it and andgive ad adgIve andgive
give it i to Agnes Newman The Te name nameof Dameof nameof
of Charlotta Chalotta Newman must have been beeni beenplaced beenplaced
i placed in it by error The placing of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the name of Charlotta Charlota Collins Colns in the themarriage themarriagecertfcte themarriage I
marriage marriagecertfcte certificate was also a mis mistake mistke mistake ¬
take tke He denied it I was In his hand handwriting handwrItng handwriting ¬
writing wrItng and said if f Mr Groom court courtclerk courtcleIli courtclerk
clerk cleIli had so sworn he h was wa mistaken mistakenSaid mltak mistakenSaid n
Said Witness Wnes Lied LiedThe Liedrrhe LiedThe
The testimony testmony of Thomas Thoma Curran Curra and andWilliam andVliam andWilliam
William Vliam Newman as to the wedding weddingwith weddIngwih weddingwith
with wih Charlotta Charotta Newman was wa wilfully wilfullylying wifuly wifulyl wilfullylying
lying l ing being eager to do anything anythingcriminal anythingcrhninal anythingcriminal
criminal mean or diabolical diabolcal to further furtherthe furtherthe furtherthe
the the conspiracy conspIrcy against agint him Collins Collinsfurther Colins Collinsfurther
further f rther stated stted that tat the deposition depositon of ofCharlotta ofbarlotta ofCharlotta
Charlotta Collins Colns who he said sid had no noright noright noright
right to so so style herself herel was false falseThe fnl fnlI falselThe
The three thre ehldren children in her he custody enatdy were jvverothe werethe
I the children chIdren of her er sister Agnes Ane le the theissue theissue
issue of her marriage matlage with wih him He Hei Hehad
I i had not sent any ny money to provide for forthem forthe forthem I
them the but would look after ater them as a soon soonas soona soonas
as a he was freed from the conspiracy conspiracylaunched conspirc conspirclaunched conspiracylaunched
launched at San San Francisco FncIsco which now nowengulfed no noengulfed nowengulfed
engulfed him himMr himMr himMr
Mr Higgins will wi continue contnue the cross crossexamination crossemiatoh crossexaminatiob
examination emiatoh of Collins Colns tomorrow tomorrowRUSH tomorroI tomorroRUSH tornorrottRUSH
I
RUSH AT NORTH PLATTE PLATTEFOR PLATTEFOR PLATTEFOR
FOR NEBRASKA LANDS LANDSNorth LANDSNorth LANDSNorth
North Platte Plate Neb Aug 14 HA A big bigcrowd bigcrowd bigcrowd
crowd is lined lned up before the land of office oCfice offlee ¬
fice here for the opening opning of nearly 250
000 00 acres of land which has ha been fenced fencedin fencd fencdIn
in by cattlemen cattemen The fences have been beentorn beentorn beentorn
torn down by order of the government governmentand gverment gvermentand
and the land is to be divided into ito home homesteads homeste ¬
steads ste ds of sections sectons It I is reported that thatcattlemen thatcntteen thatcattlemen
cattlemen cntteen have been cutting cuttng much of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the wild wid hay hay and that they are ae again againtiying againtryIng againtrying
tryIng to discourage homeseekers from fromentering fromenterIng fromentering
entering unon uoI the land North Platte Plattois Plato Platois
is filled t ed with ih strangers Hundreds had hadto hadto hadto
to sleep out doors dolS last night and every everyavailable everyavalnble everyavailable
available avalnble conveyance coney Pce for getting gettng to the tholand thelan theland
land lan is Is being used usedBANK usedBANK usedBANK
BANK ABLE TO PAY PAYDenver PAYDem PAYDenier
Denver Dem Denier r Aug 14 1Henry 14Henry Henry M 1 Beatty Beattyassignee Beat Beattyassignee
assignee of the Western vestern State bank bankvaa bnk bnkfew bankflledjtltmcflJ
few flledjtltmcflJ vaa statement m 1 vinohe n d h district court court7lVt COUlt COUlt10d courtlJauks
10d 7lVt p n l1q V > tlMm1r auks < i asset assets < at atI
1 61 6972iaita < fti tsl Ii4blW3cs b1UUc at 6 6499Z 4992
BATTERY ASKSLEAVE ASKSLEAVE ASKS ASKSLEAVE
LEAVE TO QUIT QUITMembers QUITMembers QUITMembers
Members Sign Sig Petition Petton to be Mus Must j jtered
tered t red Out of National Natonal Guard GuardWARM Guad GuadWAM GuardWARM
WARM MEETING M BETI N G 151 151DISSATISFACTION ts I HE HELD HELDDISSATISFACTION Dl DlI DlDISSATISFACTION
I
DISSATISFACTION WITH PRESENT PRESENTCONDITIONS PRESENTCONDITIONS PRESENTCONDITIONS
CONDITIONS THE THE CAUSE CAUSEIFTEEN CAUSEF CAUSEC
F C IFTEEN IrrEEN members meber of the th First Ft Bat Battery Bt Bttery BatF
F tery National Natonal Guard Gu of ot Utah Ut last lastnight las lastnight
night signed signe a a petition petton to the te adju adjutantgeneral adJutntgeneral adjutentgeneral ¬
tantgeneral tntgeneral asking askg that the battery btery be bemustered b bemustered
mustered out of the military mlfa service Bnice of ofthe otthe ofthe
the state stte This Thi action acton was taken tken at a ameeting ameeting J Jmeetng
meeting meetng of twentyone te one members m br of the thebattery thebater thebattery
battery bater in their teir quarters quater in the Pier Pierpont Pierpont
pont street armory armol last lat night night The Thethree Thethree
three officers ofcers of the battery batt rFils First Lieu Lieutenant Lieutenat Lieutenant ¬ j
tenant tenat FredU Fred pU U Leonard Lenrd commanding commandingFirst commaDdlnFirt commandingFirst
First Firt Lieutenant Leutenant Frederick Freeick Smith and andSecond andSecond
Second Lieutenant Leutenant George Gerge Worthen Worthenwore Worthenwae Worthenwore I
wore wae present but took no active actve part partin partIn partIn
in the meeting metng since their teir position positon as ascommissioned ascommIsIone ascommissioned
commissioned commIsIone officers ofcers allows alows them the theprivilege thepriviege theprivilege
privilege priviege of tendering their resigna resignationsif reslga reslgatipns resignatipns ¬
tionsif tipns if they desire deire while whie the enlisted enlistedmen enlsted enlstedmen enlistedmen
men of the te organization orgniztion must remain remainin
in the service until unti their terms of en enlistment enIsment enlisrnent ¬
listment Isment expire epire or until untl the battery batter is ismustered ismustere 45mustered
mustered mustere out In a body bod Three of the theenlisted theenlsted theenlisted
enlisted enlsted men xen who were present declined declinedto declne
to sign the petition petton last night night for per personal personal personal ¬
sonal reasons reaons but they t ey joined joIne the fif fifteen ff ffteen ftfteen ¬
teen signers in approving the action actionThe noton notonThe notionThe
The petition petton assigns aIgns no reason reaon for forasking forasking forasking
asking that the te battery bater be mustered musteredout mustere
out of service srvice but it I is no secret among amongmembers amongmembers amongmembers
members of ot the national ntonal guard gard that the thebatterymen te tebattermen thebatterymen
batterymen battermen are much ch dissatisfied dIsstsfied with withconditions wth wthconditon withCoflditiOflS
conditions conditon that have have existed In the mil militia mi mUitia ¬
itia ita for some time tm past pat It I is likely likelythe lkely lkelythe likelythe
the action acton of f last night was wa precipitated precipitatedby preipitte
by the resignation relgatn of Capt Capt William WiIam C CWebb CVebb CWebb
Webb former commander of the First FirstBattery Firt FirtBaterMany FirstBattery
Battery BaterMany Many expressions of admira admiration admll admlration ¬
tion ton for or the former frmer captain were wer voiced voicedduring yolc voicedduring
during during the meeting meetingText meetIngText meetingText
Text of Petition PetitionThe Pettion PettionThe PetitionThe
The petition vetton follows followsTo folows folowsTo followsTo
To the Adjutant Adjutnt General Geherl National NationalGuard NtoDal NtoDalGuat NationalGuard
Guard of Utah UtahWe UtnhWe UtahWe
Guat
We the te members member of the First Firt Bat Battery Batter Battery ¬
tery ter Field Artillery ArUler N G U do here hereby hereby hareby ¬
by respectfully rcpectful request requet that we we be bemustered bemusered bemustered
mustered musered out of the service of the Na National Natonal National ¬
tional tonal Guard of Utah UtahThe IJtah7 IJtah7The
The petition petton was signed bythe by the fol following following following ¬
lowing batterymen btteIen sge Sergeants Serlent H W WAdams WAdams Y YAdams
Adams R A A Kane Ke W V J Grow GrowCharles GrowCharles GrowCharles
Charles Spencer Corporals Corors Albert Aber J JHoffman J JHoffman
Hoffman Hofman jr L L E McCurdy Artificer ArtificerAsa Artfce ArtificerAsa
Asa A Clark Privates E R R Hennefer HenneferMarcus Henneferlarcus Henneferfarcus
Aa Marcus Grow Grw H W V Goodwin Goodwlg G O OGoodwin OGodwn 0Goodwin
Goodwin Godwn Max Ma Brown E E E Scott Scot E ER ER EIt
R Larson Larn Bruce Bruc Hamilton HamiltonThe Hamiton HamitonThe HamiltonThe I
The petition petton was wa entrusted entrste to a a com committee cm cmmitee conmittee ¬ I
mittee for the purpose of securing scurng fur further further
1 mitee ther signatures sigature purse if possible po le The sign signers signers signers ¬
ers of last lat night nght believe be eve at least lest ten tenmore tn tnmore tenmore I
more members member of the te battery btey will w l sign signthe si sithe signthe
the petition The total membership of ofthe ofth ofthe
petton
the th organization including officers ofcer is isthirtythree Isthlrtythree I Ithtttc
thirtythree orgztion Another meeting will be beheld beheM
Aoter meetng wi
held thtttc hed Thursday night to hear h r a a aFeport aFeportfrom Report Reportfrom et etrm I
from Thuray this committee commitee and and to fix fx fi the thetime tMtme theI
time rm for presenting present ng the petition petton which whichwill whih whichwill I
will wi tme go to Col Joseph Geoghegan act acting acting actlag ¬ 11 11wi I
ing adjutant general generl through the rag regular r rular ragular ¬ I
ular military channels channelsAn
An mita application applcton of this thislature nature coming comingfrom comi comirom comingfrom I
from live organization such as the theFirst theFirst
rom a lve orgizton sch a
First battery batte Is believed belee to be with without without without ¬ I
out precedent in the history histor of the theNational te teNatonal theNational
National Guard of Utah Uth and it i adds ads a afurther afurthe afurther
situation Natonal further furthe complication complction to the existing existingsituation existng existngsituatlon existingsituation
Meeting is is Lively LivelyThe Lvely LvelyThe LivelyThe
The batterymen who were present presentlast pret pretlat presentlast
last lat night baterymen discussed di the issue Isc behind behindclosed beind beindclose behindclosed
closed close nilt doors door At us times the te bursts burst of oforatory orortor oforatory
oratory ortor became feverish feerisl but all ap appeared appeared appeered ¬
peared to favor the action acton that was wasat wa waat wasat
at length taken Lieutenant Leonard Leonardcommander Lenard Lenardcommaner Leonardcommander
commander lenh of the battery bater was the theonly theonly theonly
only officer ofeer who took tok an active actve part partLieutenant partLieutenant partLieutenant
Lieutenant Leonard had ad been absent absentfor absentfor I Ifor
for several severl weeks week and had no part pt in inthe inthe inthe
the preliminary prelminar discussions that led to tolast tolast tolast
last nights nihts meeting meetng so he merely m reIy made madea
a statement to the effect efect that he pre preferred preferred preferred ¬
ferred to not commit himself until unti he hehad hehad hehad
had investigated Inestgted the te situaton situatonFollowing slualn slualnFolowIng situalonFollowing
Following the meeting meetng members of ofthe orthe ofthe
the FolowIng battery batery said sid they desired to be bemustered bemustered bemustered
mustered out because becuse they believed beleyed the thebattery thebatery thebattery
battery would never become an or organization orgnizton organiztttlon ¬
batery ganization that would be a credit creIt to tothe tothe tothe
the gnizton state stte Others Oter less communicative communicativebut communictve communictvebut
but more earnest earest delivered delvere senten sententious sententous sententious ¬
tious remarks to the te general generl effect efect that thatbovs thatboys thatboys
tous boys who had been through the Salt SaltLake SaltLke SaltLake
Lake High school schol knew how to stick stlk to totheir toUlelr totheir
Lke their friends frends The significance sigifcnce of this thisremark thisremark thisremark
remark is better understood underood when whe it itis itis itis
is made known that many of the mem members members metebers ¬
bers of 1own the battery bter are graduates gduate of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the High school shol who received their theirflrst theirfrt theirfirst
first military mitay training training under Captain CaptainWebb Cptin CptinVebb CaptainWebb
frt
cadet In Instructor instructor instructor ¬
Webb in his hi capacity cpacl as a cdet
structor Several Severl of the High school schoolcadets schoolcadet schoolcadets
cadets cadet joined the te battery batte upon leaving leavingthe leavingth
the th High school schol The battery batery at pres present pr prent preseat ¬
ent includes incudes a number of former forer High Highschool HighI Highschool
school shool football fotbal players notably notb1y Lieu Lieutenants LIeutenants Lieutenants ¬
tenants Smith Worthen and Leonard Leonardmembers Lonard Lonardmember Leonardmembers
members member of the famous faoUS 1900 190 team that thatwas thatwas thatwas
was never scored against
Geoghegan at the Armory ArmoryColonel ArmoryC ArmoryColonel
Colonel C lonel Geoghegan Gghega in uniform U form was wasat wasat
at the armory armor before the meeting meetng com commenced commenced cornmenced ¬
menced menced He appeared appeard to be unaware unawareof una ware wareof
of the movement on foot footamonl among the thebatterymen tbebateryen thebatterymen
batterymen bateryen and ad left lef after afer passing psing a afew afew afew
few pleasant pleaant remarks remark with various of officers officers ¬
ficers fcer and men who were in in the build buildins buUdin buildins I
ins in
insThe The First battery batery has long been con considered considered eonsidered ¬
sidered the te crack cck organization organlztton of the theguard thegu thegutrd
guard gu d It I was wa mustered in as a an in infantry infantr infantry ¬
fantry fantr company Sept Sept 16 1900 190 At Atthat Atthat Atthat
that time tme its it officers ofce were Captain CPt OR O OR 0H
R Grow Grw First Firt Lieutenant Ieutenat William wnut CWebb < C CAVebb
Webb Vebb and Secohd Lieutenant Leutenant Nels NelsMargetts Kelsargett NelsMargetts
Margetts argett all of whom served serve in the thePhilippines thePhIlippineb I
Philippines Phlppine with wi h the te Utah batteries batteriesThe bateries bateriesThe batteriesThe
the organlzatkm organlzatkmwas
The following year ear te runlzati
was converted into battery batery A W E EKneass EKneass
Kneass Kenss now captain captIn of company company B Bat Bat Bat
at Ogden and a 8 Philippine Phippine veteran veteranwas Yetern Yeterna veteranwas
was a elected second lieutenant leutenant to snake mokeup mae maeup snakeup
up the te complement cmplement of ot officers ofcer for forbteI a abattery abattery
battery bteI Lieutenant Margetts Magett was wn wa ap appointed aDpointed appointed ¬
pointed lieutenant leutenant in the coast artil artillery art artlllery ¬
lery leI of the regular army ary and Captain CaptainGrow CaptainGrw CaptainGrow
Grow Grw was wa transferred tnsfered to the infantry infantryarm Infantl
arm of the guard gad These changes with withthe wih wihthe withthe
the removal removl to Ogden of Lieutenant LieutenantTCneass LIeutenat LIeutenatKneaos LieutenantKneass
TCneass Kneaos resulted resule in the election eleton of ofLieutenant orLieutenant ofLieutenant
Lieutenant Webb as captain cptIn and of ofMessrs oflesrs ofMessrs
Messrs lesrs Leonard Lenard Smith and Worthen Worthenas Worten Wortenas
as lieutenants leutenant Captain Webb resigned resignedlast resignedlast
last week weekCHARGED week weekCHARGED weekCHARGED
CHARGED WITH USING USINGTHE USINGTHE USINGTHE
THE MAILS MAILSTO TO DEFRAUD DEFRAUDSt DEFRAUDst
St PauL Aug A g 14 14ohn John C Hantey Ha was wastoday wastoay wastoday
today st Pu held hel to the te United Unted States Sttes grand erandJury grandjury rnd rndju
Jury ju toay on the charge cage of using usl the TnjteSd TnjteSdStates I nlt nltState nited nitedStates
States State mails mals to defraud detId The charges chargesarise etare etarearise
arise from frm Hanleys connection conneton with wit the theConsolidated he heConsolidated e eConsoldat
arse Consolidated Consoldat Farm Pa and Ranch company companya
a a corporation cororaton with wit an a authorized autqrhe capital capitalof apltl apltlof
of 300000 mo Hanley Hley is alleged to have hav sold soldstock sl soldstock
stock stok in the company Compay by representing representingthat represntng represntngthat
that it had hd purchased puhae the th Montana ontna Co CoOperative CoOperative
Operative Ranch Rneh company coD Si bUt b t the te re receiver rticoiver ¬
ceiver cohe of r the latter latrcom company testified tWe that thatjia that thatno
jia such uc sJo had hd taJcenjHaco teI c
GASFRANCHISE GASFRANCHISEGOES GAS FRANCHISE FRANCHISEGOES FRANCHISEGOES
GOES THROUGH THROUGHSnow
Snow Sno v and Darst Dat Are Ae Granted Gl Jte Privil Privileges Priv Privcges Privijqges ¬
eges cges by the te Coaneii CoaneiiCHEAP Co1l CouneilI CouneilCHEAP
1 1CHEA1e I
CHEAP PRODUCT BROWSED BROWSEDPERCENTAGE 8nOMISEDPERCE IROMISEDPERCEN1AGE
PERCE PERCENTAGE GiE OF RECEIPTS RECEPT IS TO TOBE T TBE TOsE
BE PAID CITY CITYSSrVTBNTTFIVE CITYS CITYCt
Ct EKVE EVErirIvE cent cnt fuel f 1 gas and amiL2S andp arniiD
SSrVTBNTTFIVE
S
iD L2S MmalnaUng gas p s of 0 the sam samstandout smp smpsto samestadnrd
standout sto of efficiency efdeey ae a that tt sup supplied supplied up uppUe ¬
plied pUe Chicane Cle Chh ags New e York and an Philadel Philadelphia PUadel PUadelphi PUadelplila ¬
phia phi ar ae are promIsed po the citizens dtizen of Salt SalrLake SaltLke SaltLake
Lake Lke In ii the teojna ordinance passed paed by the thecity thE thecity
city cty council c n at a an a early ey hour D this morn morning mornIn mornlag ¬
lag In granting grntl a fifty fy yean y franchise tchle to toGeorge toGeorse toGeorge
George A A Snow Sw of Salt St Lake Lke and ad Wii Wiiliain Wi Wi11am
liain am Darst Dst of o Chicago ChicagoThe Ciago CiagoThe ChicagoThe
The passage be of the ordinance ordiee grant grantIng grt grtlu granting
Ing lu the franchise trDt followed follwed vigorous vigoous op oppoaltion oppltton opposition
position pltton by Iy way w of objectionable objtonal amend amendments amendment amendments ¬
ments ment which hlh consumed cnsume over two hour hourOn bor borOn hourOn
On final lineup at 1238 this
fnl liup 1 thi morning moring morningthe
the councilman voted as follows followsFor followsForBlack
cuneen vote a folows folowsForBlak
For ForBlak ForBlack Black Dean Den Hartenatein Heten Hob Hobday Hob Hotsday ¬
day da Martin Mn Neuhansen N e un Preece PreeceTuddenham Pece PeceTuddenha PreeceTuddenhast
Tuddenham Tuddenha Wells Wel and Wood WoIt WoItAgat Woodi WoodiAga1nsIiBtrnes 10 10Against
Against Agat Aga1nsIiBtrnes Barnea D and Fernstrom Fe FernMrumAbsentA mZ mZAbsentA 2 2Absent
Absent AbsentA A J Davis DaV E H Davis Dyis and andPresident auo andPresident
President PreideBt F J Hewlett Rwlet3 Rwlet3Amendment Hewiett3 Hewiett3Amendments 3 3Amendments
Amendments Amendment Are Passed PassedBefore Pad PadBefore PacdBefore
Before the passage of o o the te ordinance ordinancethe orinan orinanthe ordinanthe
the following tol owing pge amendments aem we were in inserted i I n nsetted ¬
serted only after much discus discussion discussian
ete some Je 0113 at a dius diussln ¬
sion sln tees others othe by consent et of G th the gras grivntees g grastees
teesBy tee
By Wells Inserting InrK the term trm condi conditions codi coditons conditlons ¬
tions tons In clause cau providing prvdl for reduc reductions idUCtions duc ducton ¬
tions ton In i rat r rates e as a Improvements lrv8nts or 01 in inventions it inventions ¬
votonu ventions might warrant warrantBy wat warrentBy
By Wels Wells providing povdin that ta the ga gafurnished gafurnished gafurnished
furnished Salt Lake Le consumers cumr shocd shocdbe ShO shouidbe d db
be b up to the standard sna of D efficiency eldencythat f ency I Itht r rthat
that used 1 la New York
tht Philadelphia PhiladelphiaBy Phiaelphi ued Yok Chicago C1egu or orPhiladelphia OfPhiaelphi orPhiladelphia
By Preece Prece providing prving that tt the grad graduated giaduated u uate ¬
ated ate scale sle of percentage n of o gross gs pro proceeds p pr prceeds rn rncees ¬
ceeds cees to be given ge t the city e should sl read Yt3 d
1 per cent cet per pe annum aum for t t the e first frt fi fiyears f e eyears
years yers 1 per pe cent per p ajuuun for tlv tlvnext t tnet h hnext
next net five fe years yer and 0 2 per p cent ct pi piannum p pafum pajsnum
annum afum thereafter thereafterBy terfe
By Preece Pree providing poviig for fo an a increase increasein Icrse Icrseil
in il iI the bond bnd guaranteeing gteiD the te supply supplygas Spply supplygas I Igas < >
gas within three thre years ye from m 3000 30 i iSiWO iThe
SiWO SiWOThe iMThe
The second seO amendment andmet by Welts TVelincame 1VeHcme Weltscame
came cme as a compromise prml to t a I propose proposeamendment prope propeamenmet proposeamendment
amenmet amendment by b Fernatrom Fero ikrovjdins ikrovjdinsthat jlvldiJ jwovidingthat
that tht the gas g furnished fure be b of not less lessthaa tels telsth ess essthan
than th 6SO 6 boat ho units unit The Th ga s now nw nwuse ii iiuse huse
use In 9a 90 per cent cet of the te large JS cities cite citiesthe of ofthe
the country cuntr Is 1 water gas g possessing possessingfrom possessingfrom ein einfrm
from frm 2St 2 to 3M 3 3I beat bt units unitsFranchise uit unitsFranohise
Franchise FrnohiseP Rocky Rock Road RoadFrom RoadFrom
From the t te time the th ordinance once v v as aswithdrawn S swithdrawn
withdrawn wltkdraw from fr committee cmte until unti untilpassage rs rspassage
passage pge several serl hours Ioun later lte the tle fran franchise fra fraehise ¬
chise ctl traveled tye a rocky rk road rod Invari Invariably lmariallY invarably ¬
ably allY the bumps bmp which whih caused caud t tgrantors t ti tigrantors = >
grantors grtO to bang on tight tiht were wee inte interogatory jnl jnlrgator introgatory
rogatory rgator obstructions obructis placed ple in the th w a aby aby
by Fernstrom Ferno The latter lte was wa ibcie ibciewith tbiewith r
with wib manual v and a figures guges e8 was a primed primedto primlt prim i ito
to t th the exptaJNng g point plt lnt with hieat t units unitsand unis unisBtal unitsad
and standards of f
Btal e efficiency efkje ant ariiequipped 811 antequipped
equipped evpp with w statistics stl of a combust combustible cmbusll combustble ¬
bl ble nature natureHe natureHe
He alleged alee on his h own behalf bhaf avl avlknowledge alknowledge
knowledge 1 owle e backed bcked up by what h hquoted hqute hquoted >
quoted qute from em his hi manual maual that t he ha hdf h hseveral i iseveral
several sTeral of the gas gs experts epr presen presenskinned presf preseiskinned
skinned skinne a mile mil He thought ht E P PJennings pJennings I IJennings
Jennings of o the he Highland H Boy Boygraduate Bo Boygraduate >
graduate grduate of o Union Cnln and ad Cornel Col un unversities unveite anvesiUes
versities veite was groping gopig In I the larK dar darwhen dartwhen larKwhen
when it i came cme to tf figures fgre on o lighting lightingHe Ughtns UghtnsHe
gas gasI He talked talke good go gas l and Nd shoddy shoddygas shO shodt1gas
I gasAnd < IAqd And he stood so out against ain a a low hpat hpatunit hpatuni heatunit
unit uni gas gs to the th black blck black blc end His Hisexplanation Hi Hiexaotin Hisexplanation
explanation exaotin of his hi vote summed summ up his hisobjections hisobjetons hisobjections
objections objetons he said saidI sk
I would gladly have voted yes yesthe if ifthe f fthe
the amendment amen amen1nient mnt I proposed bad ha been beenvoted bn bnvote benvoted
prop
voted vote in We ought to o have MV 660 6 heats heatsAnd het hetAn heatsAnd
And An then I dont dnt like lke this tnl making mkng a astandard astandad astandard
standard standad of what two or o three tre othe othecities othf othecities
cities cite do If I we cant Ct make our own ownstandard OW1standard ow owstandard
standard we dont want
at any anyDetails anyDetais anyDetails
Details Detais of the Discussion DiscussionWells DiscusiCn DiscusiCnYels DiscussionWells
Wells Yels amendment aedment N No < 1 1 changes chnge a aportion aprton aportion
portion prton of the ordinance ordl c which wa wataken Watken wstaken =
taken tken verbatim yerbtlm from frm that passed passedgranting pssd pssdgrantng passedgranting
granting grantng the te Utah Ut Light Lght and Railway Railwaycompany Rlway Rlwaycompy Rai1wacompany
company compy a consolidated consldat franchise fchlse o ofifty off of offifty
fifty ff years yes This Ths fact fat was wa called cJe to toCouncilman tl toCouncilman
Councilman CouncIm Wels Wells attention attetin by Coun Councilman Cun Cunciman Councllman ¬
cilman ciman Wo Wood but he explained epained that thatconditions thatcnditions thatconditions
conditions cnditions were wer different dleent in the making makingof
of gas and ad electricity eletrclt Councilman CouncilmanWood Cuclman CuclmanVood CouncilmanWood
Wood alleged ale e his satisfaction stisfactn at the theexplanation t tcxJanan theexplanation
explanation explanationThen cxJanan cxJananI explanationThen
Then the t heat unit Question q bobbed bobbedup bbbd bbbdupnot bobbedupnot
I up upnot upnot not serenely srenely but with lh a pugna pugnacious pugnacious pugnadoLls ¬
cious wanttomaketrouble ripple that thattook thattook
winttomketroble tat tattook
took two tw hours hors to settle sette Councilman CouncilmanFernstrom Counciman CouncimanFernstom CouncilmanFerastrom
Fernstrom offered amendment fix fixing lixing
Fernstom ofere an a andent f ¬
ing 650 60 heat hea units ni as a the t standard stdard and andrequiring andrequiring andrequiring
requiring requiring the th SnowDarst SfWD company cmpny to tomeet tnmeet temeet
meet thife thl standard stda FernetronVs FernetronVsamendment Fen Fernstromsamendment trm trmedQ
amendment edQ lost lOt receiving reivin but ut four fourvotes foul fourvotes
votes vote those th of Barnes Brne Fernstrom FernstromPreece Ferstrom FerstromPree FernatromPreece
Preece Pree and an Wells VeU Hartenstein Hrnein pro proposed prope proposed ¬
posed an andment amendment prior prr to its it de defeat detet defeet ¬
i feat pe tet failed making m1 the te standard sadar i i60 60 This Thisfailed Thisi Thisfailed
Advantage Advantgea was taken of the th heat unit unitproblem unitpsoblem
problem by Preece Prce to ask that tht the or ordineflee
dlnance go g over ooer one week ek This Thl failed failedThe fa failedThe id idThe
The council cuDI listened litened to t heat het unit uni the theories 1h 1horles t h hones ¬
ones front one Ol quarter qurer and an another aothpr U Uti util i itil >
til ti finally fnaly Mr Snow asked ake permissin permissinfor pris iI iItor
for E P Joinings ings the Highland Bo Boexpert B Bexprt hoexpert >
expert exprt to speak Mr r Jennings Jenngs vt u ufully t tfully tfuly
fully fuly into the te subject subjt with ih the te resul resulthat iesulthat
that the council eOUci was a shown sOWA that rar rarbureted al alburete a abureted
bureted burete water wat gas g equalled equale In efficiency efficiencythe efkieihY efkieihYth etflcieo etflcieothe
the th best bs oC eoal cl gas He pointed ited out outthat outthat nutthat
that efficiency practical results wei weithe w wthe
efde prftcal ret ep ept
the t measures mesure by which to judge gas gasand ga5 ga5and ga gaand
and that white whl theoretically th rti 600 6 uni unigas un uns I Igas
gas s was better btte than thn 900 I unit gas i iefficiency 1 1eeenf Iefilcienc
efficiency it was w not one whit wht superior superioHaving suprio suprioHaving superiorHaving
eeenf Having been b roasted roste scorched sorhed and anabaked andbake andbaked
baked bake in heat ht units the te council COlnci was wasglad wasglad as asglad
excepting Fernstorm was ready readyto
glad elpU Fernsor wa rally rallyto
to abandon abandn the t subject subjectOn subje subjeOn subjectOn
On Standard of Efficiency EfficiencyThe
The standard rd of efficiency efe was ws th t tbwrestled WI WIwrele i iwrestled
wrestled wrele with wth Wells Veil wanted wnte a p pvision pvision pvision
vision making it imperative that thatgas t tgas
mak i imprtive tat tatp
gas furnished furnihe to i uany any city cn ot otUnited t tUulte tUnited >
United Uulte p State Stte Messrs Me Snow SnowDarst Sno SnowDarat i iDarst
Darst pointed plated out that that some liui liuiburg lt ltburg lit litburg
burg In the t e southeastern suthetern part prt of ofwbere no nowhere ntwhere ¬
where might take tak extra ext precaution precautionabout preutIon preutIonaut precautionsabout
about havinga ha1a hadng a high hl standard sandant of gas gasIn ga gaIn
1 In that case ca the Salt Lake Lke compu compuwould cmpl cmplwould eernpnwould
would be compelled compUe to come ore up to u uunnecessarily on onunnecessarily 1 I Iuneerf
unnecessarily uneerf high higbstndard standard and ad still stillfurnish stl siUturnish
furnish Iml8h gas g at a price nrI e as low as a mry mrylajg ary arylaEt ar ar4aa
4aa < lajg city in thacountry tecodntryeompromlse e eo ntry
laEt
JT 1 compromise mpr ml vas finally fnaly reached reachedWhereby reacheiher seaih seaihwhereby
Whereby iher the three t cities cte already nai lan nanl nanlarc oi oiare ei eiart
are art designated deipot as standards sandards for Salt SaltLake SaltLk SaltLake
Lake LakePreece LakePreece J JPree
Preece Pree then tlen Vent ent after afor the peneur peneurage prl peinetage r rage
age and bond bOld features featul and bagse1 bagse1them bag baggtthem t tthem
them both bot It I transpired tanpired that tha he h hat harfagreed b bagee hatagreed
agreed to vote for the franchise fr hle n ncase i icse Iease
case cse agee the security srity bond bnd was wa increased incresed b bthe bthO bthe
the sum sm of 2 2OOO 000 0 Mr fr Suow expressed expressedhis eprss eprssIls express t tIsis
his willingness to add this tblf paltry sum sumIn sumin surnin
Ils In case cse wIlpges the council counei udemandfd demanded It ItHaving I itHgvlng
Having Hving cleared clere away all objectionable objectionablefeatures objetola objectiOiiahfeatures k kfeature
features the th council COU ci stood stod ready reay t tgrant tgrnt tgrant
Snow Snowand Sno Snond Senand
grant or deny all al that Mesrs 1esr
grnt
and nd Darst Dart had bee be been ahr aslun 6y s And A1d nd th thlatter 1 tlilatter h hJ
J latter were wereor wer5of of no no certain A tI1 moo m niodd nhse h >

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