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GROUND FOR HOPE HOPEAT HOPEAT HOPEAT
AT PORTSMOUTH PORTSMOUTHDeadlock
Deadlock Dc dlook Avoided by Passing Sakha Sakhalin Sayha1in Saklialiii ¬
lin For Time T Being BeingARTICLES BeingARTILES I IARTICLES
ARTICLES 4 AND 6 ADOPTED ADOPTEDCOMPROMISE ADoPvEDCOMPROMISE ADTEDCOMPOMISE
COMPROMISE POSSIBLE1ON POSSIBIONB FAIR FAIRQORTSMOUTH
B BASIS BASISflORIPSMOUTH SIS SISpORlLS
QORTSMOUTH IOUTH N H H0 Aug 15 liThe liThecrlels 1TheI The Thecrisis
pORlLS
I r crisis in the peace peacenegotlatlons negotiations up upon upon upon
on which th the eyes of the world are arefastened arefastened arej
j fastened is approaching rapidly and the theend the theend theend
end of this th week or the first of next at attho attho atthe
tho latest should witness the deadlock deadlockand dQlldlockand deadlockand
and the end If the conference confer nco is to go goto goto goto
to pieces Two more of the twelve ar articles articles artides ¬
ticles numbers four and six were dis disposed disposed disposed ¬
posed of today Article four consists consistsof conIstof
of mutual pledges to observe the In Integrity InorltY InefrIty ¬
tegrity of China and thepolicy the polity of the theopen theo theoIGn
open o en door for the commerce of all allnations allnations allnations
nations and article six covers the sur surrender aurr surrender ¬
render r nder of the Russian leases to thfi th
Liaotung peninsula Port Arthur Dalny
and an < t the Blonde and andEI Elliott ott Islands To Toarticle Toarticle Toarticle
article four both nerUee gave ga vi > > ready readyassent readya86ent readyassent
assent and the official otfIcl 1 statement of the theadoption theadoption theadopton
adoption of that article took care e to tostate tostate tostateS
state that it was agreed to unani unanimously unanImously unanlInously ¬
mously
On Motion of Japan JapanArticle JapanrUcJe JapanArticle
Article rUcJe five the consideration of ofwhich ofwhich ofwhich
which was wa passed until later provides providesfor
for the cession ce ion of the island I ond of Sak i inalln
nalln Dl Discussion eusslon appearing useless at atthis atthis atthis
this stage onaccount of the firm nega negative negatie
tive given in the Russian reply it was wask
Vi k decidqd dfCIdQduDon upon the motion of the Jap Japy Tap11e8O
y 9 icse to defer its discussion thus re rev reallng realing
v Baling the Japanese e intention of post postponing postponing postpofling ¬
poning to the end the life and death deathstruggle deathstruggle deathstruggle
struggle struggleThis struggleThis struggleThis
This is the usual procedure followed follovod1i
In 11 diplomatic negotiations enabling the thenegotiators thenegotiators thenegotiators
negotiators to come to an accord upon uponall uponaI uponafl
all aI possible pos 1ble points before tackling the thecrucial thecrullal thecrucial
crucial issues and the fact that the
Russians acquiesced in the proposition propositionshows proposltionshows on onshows
shows that they too are as carolul caroluland caootuland carotuland
and as anxious as are the JaptLnesethat Japanese Japanesethat
that the world should not accuse them themof themof thornof
of being responsible for precipitating
the break If break there is to be and andwrecking andAreckln andwreckIng
wrecking Areckln the conference conferenceGrowing conferenceGrowlng conferenceGrowing
Growing Hope HopeThis HopeThi HopeThis
This Thi In Itself Is a hopeful sign Be Besides Besides Besides
sides by postponing the burning ques question question ciuestion
tion to the end the psychological jno jnomcnt moment no nomont
mont for bargain and compromise ar arrives arllve6 srIlvee ¬
rives Then hurriedly the las last trump trumpcards trumpards
f cards and the game Is done And there therer
r Is growing hope of compromise To the theclosest theclo theclosest
closest clo est observers the final solution be berrlns begins bejfiis
gins to crystalize cr stallze Quite naturally the theRussians theRus tleRusiaIs
Russians Rus lans yielding the ceseion cesII n of Sak ¬
hahn Japan foregoing fore olng the cost of ofthe orth ofthe
the th war but taking compensation compen8BUonint in inthe inUe
the t money mone to be refunded rE > Cunded to Japan by
China or or Hceount eount of the transfer to her herof herof herof
of the Chinese Eastern Ea tern railroad which
Russia contends con en4s belongs to a private privatecGrpojnUiJijn prJtl41CCIJJQllltJQJt prvsjecGr1iU1
cGrpojnUiJijn cGr1iU1 tJ1or therefore tore unconflsorjble by
Japan JaP ti the Russian government gov rnment Vop Voperty op oprt operty
erty rt in Port Arthur and Datyiy and re remuneration re1nuneraUon remuneratlon ¬
muneration for the maintenance of the
100000 Russian prisoners in Japan JapanMorciThan JaponMorcLThan JapanMoreThan
MorciThan She Dreamed DreamedOf DreamedOfAccording Of OfAccording OfAccording
According to the Russian view Japan Japanhas Japanhas Japanhas
has already secured all and more than thanshe thanshe thanshe
she dreamed of claiming before the war warTo warTco warTo
To insist upon n foe fo who has still 5tll half 1taUa halfa
a million men confronting her in the thefield thcfield thefield
field footing the bill for the cost of the thewar thewar thewar
war as the price of peace would the theRussians theRUB81llng theRussIans
Russians say change the character of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the military struggle henceforth from fromone fromone fromone
one for certain principles to one for forthe forthe forthe
the exaction of blood money mone All Allquestions AllQuestions Allqtietions
questions relating to Korea and Man Manchuria Manchurla ran ranhurln ¬
churia except the cession of the Chi Chinese Chinese Chinese ¬
nese Eastern railroad the fJ main Sibe Siberian Siberian Sibenan ¬
rian line running through Northern NorthernManchuria NorlhernManchurIa NorthernManchuria
Manchuria from the station Man ulanhurla Manchuria Manehuria ¬
churia on the th Amur via Harbin to toVladlvostock toVladlvostock toViadivostock
Vladlvostock are settled in the fivo fivoarticles fivoartIcles fivearticles
articles already adopted adoptedArticles adoptedArticles adoptedI
I Articles Adopted AdoptedSome AdoptedSome
4 Some confusion has hMar1sen arisen abqut abqutthose AbQ1tthose abQiiLthose
those articles and the following re resume resume resame ¬
sume can be accepted as absolutely absolutel ac accurate accurate accurate ¬
curate curateFirst curateFlrstRecognitlon curateFirstRecognition
First FlrstRecognitlon Recognition of Japans pre preponderating preponderating preponderating ¬
ponderating influence in Korea etc etcSecond etcuSecondlutual etcSecondMutual
uSecondlutual Second Mutual obligation to evacu evacunte evacuV vacunte
nte Manchuria Russia to retrocede to toChina toChina toChina V
China all special privileges etc etcr etcl etcThird
l r r Third Japanese obligation to torestore torestoro torestore
restore the sovereignty and administra administration administration administration ¬
tion of China in Manchuria ManchuriaFourth ManchuriauFourthMutual ManchuriaFourthMutual
uFourthMutual Fourth Mutual obligations to torespect torespect torespect
respect the territorial l and administra adminlsfratlve admLnisrative administrative ¬
tive integrity of China and the princi principle principle principie ¬
ple of the open door doorSixth doorSixthThe doorSixthThe
Sixth SixthThe The surrender of the Rus Russian Ru Rusian Rusian ¬
sian leases to the Lino Tung peninsula peninsulaincluding peninsulaincluding peninsulaincluding
including Port Arthur Dalny and the theBlonde theBlonde theBlonde
Blonde and Elliot Islands IslandsSeven islandsSeven islandsSeven
Seven Articles Remain RemainThe Remafri RemafriThe
c The remaining seven articles not notgiven notgiven notgiven V
given In numerical order are areThe areThe areThe
The cession of Sakhalin reimburse reimbursement reimbursement reimbursemont ¬
ment for the th cost of the War ar tire tileslon c6B c6BBlon cWslon
slon to China of the Chinese Eastern Easternrailroad r Easternrailroad Stern Sternrailroad
railroad the article relating to that thatportion thatportion thatportion
portion of the main line of the Siberian Siberianrailroad S4beriuaV SUteraRrnilroad
railroad running through northern northernManchuria nortb northernManchuria rn rnMnnch V
Manchuria Mnnch rla which includes provision provisionfor
for policing of the road by b China and andnot andnot andnot
not by Russia fishing rights rlgh ts on the theSiberian theSiberian theSiberian
Siberian coast north of Vladivostok to totho Lotho tothe
tho Bering sea the article affecting affectingRussias affectSn affectSnRU68Ias affectingRussias
Russias naval power in the far east eastand eastand eastand
and that providing for the surrender of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Russian warships interned in far fareastern farea fareaathrn
eastern ea rn waters To all of these Russia Russiahas RU sia siahas ia iahas
has more or less 1 > 88 objection objectionBesides objectionBesides objectionBesides
Besides Indemnity and Sakhalin M MWitte MWitte I IWitte
Witte will strenuously oppose tho sur surrender surrender ¬
render of the interned warships the thelimitation thelimitation theV V
limitation upon Russias naval power powerand powerand powerand V
and the cession of the Chinese Eastern Easternrailroad Eo Easternraliroad torrl torrlrailroad
railroad In China The article relating relatingto
to the China Eastern railroad Is num number number number ¬
ber seven and comas com up at attJut the session sessiontomorrow eiontomorrow Ion Iontomorrow
tomorrow morning morningWill morningWill morningWill
Will Present Evidence EvidenceThe EvidenceTho EvidenceThe
The Russians are r re prepared with withdocumentary withdocumentary withdocumentary
documentary evidence if the artlcl artIcle is isnot Isnot Isnot
not passed over to shot that thefeil thefeilroad the U Urond ilyoad
road is aprivate corporaUon owned own by b bthe
the RussoOhinese Russo hlne e bank Mr Pokoti Pokotiloff pakoUJoff Pokotiloft
loft one on of the Russian RUHf delegates was wasmanager wasmanager wasmanager
manager of the bank of St Petersburg Petersburguntil Peter Petereburuntil bul buluntil
until a few months ago when he was wassent wa wasent WMsent
sent to Pekin as minister upon the thedeath thedeath thedeath
death of Mr Lesser LesserMr LesserMr LesserMr
Mr Berger the attorney attorno of the bank bankIs banlcIs bankis
Is also here and the fight upon this thisarticle thisarticle I Iarticle
article Is sure to prove extremely in inr InAI Interesting
r AI teresting and possibly prolonged as astentlon asv asRussia
v Russia wlll contest the Japanese con contentIon contentlon
tentlon that the Russian government governmentIs I
Is the real owner of the railroad antl antlthat amtbat an anthat
that it was built for purely strategic strategicpurposes strategicpurposes V Vpurposes
purposes purposesControversy purposesControversy purposesControversy
Controversy Over Secrecy SecrecyThe S SecrecyThe crecy crecyThe
The only jar In the sessions of the theconference theconference theconference
conference today toda occurred at the > morn mornIng mornlng
1 Ing session when a rather spirited con controversy controversy controversy ¬
troversy occurred over the question of ofthe orthe V Vthe
the publicity of the proceedings Each Bachside EachIIlde L Lside
side manifested a a disposition to charge chargethe chal charcthe e ethe
the other with being responsible for tfi tfileaks the thelaks theloaks7
leaks loaks7 and Jandlt it was settled by re renewed reDewed renewed ¬
newed pledges to observe tho strictest strictestContinued strictestA strictestontinued strictestContinued
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ABATEMENT OF OFYELLOW OFYELLOW OFYELLOW
YELLOW FEVER FEVEROnly FEVERI I
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Only Six Deaths Recorded at Crescent CrescentCity CrescentCiy
City Ci y Yesterday YesterdayNUMBER YesterdayNUMBER I INUMBER
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NUMBER NUMBER OF NEW CASES62 CASES62SITUATION CASES52SFTUATION CASES 62 62SITUATION
SITUATION SFTUATION SHOWS A ADEcIDE ADEcIDErMPROVE DECIDED DECIDEDIMPROVEMENT DECIDEbJMPROVEIi1ENTj
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IMPROVEMENT IMPROVEMENTiEV rMPROVE JMPROVEIi1ENTjII3W ENTj ENTjN
iEV ORLEANS Sp La Aug Ug 15i 150ffi 150fficlal 15OffiI Offi Officlal
N I l clal report to 6 p m mNew imNew I INew
New cas eases s 62 62Total 62Total 62Total
Total cases caseS to deaili cotl atli iOS iOSDeat1l6 iOSODeaths OSO OSODeaths
Deaths today 6 6Total 6lotal 6Total >
Total deaths to date 172 172Newfool 172NewtocJ 172Newfool
Newfool 19 19Totalfoci 19Tota1
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Totalfoci Total fo foci 1 to date 229 t tNumber eNumber I INumber
Number of cases c os under treatment treatment3S4
3S4 3S4The S
The days da s records show that there thereis
is beginning l 6glnnln to be an Improvement improvementinthe in inthe inthe
the situation With only 6J5 6 new cases casesfound casesfound cagesfound
found by the present system there is isevery isevery Isevery
every reason to tobelie believe belle + e that the pro progress progross progross ¬
gross of tire disease has been checked checkedand checkedand checkedand
and its eradication is only a question questionof
of f a few weeks Of the six deathsto deathstoday dEathstoday deaths cto ctoday ¬
day only onl one was an Italian Among Amongthe Am Amongthe ng ngthe
the others other was J T O Daspit a promi prominent prominent prominent ¬
nent young lawyer and Pierre Aldal a awell awell awell
well known musician mu lclan and at one tlme timethe tlmethe tlmethe
the leader of French opera orchestra orchestraAldal orchestraAldal orchestraAldal
Aldal however was in destitute cir circumstances cIroumstances circumstances ¬
cumstances and was burled by the thecity thecity thecity
city He was found in a dying condi condition cond condtlon coiidttion ¬
tion Only a third thlrdof of the new cases casestoday casestOday casestoday
today were ItaliansThe Italians ItaliansThe ItaliansThe
The state board of health announces announcesthat announcesthat announcesthat
that in the state outside of New NewOrleans NewOrle NewOrleans
Orleans Orle m5 there have been to date d te 129 129cases 123ca2es 129cases
cases and 24 deaths The state has hascontributed hascontributed hascontributed
contributed 10000 toward the Patter Patterson Patterson Patterson ¬
son emergency fund fundThirtyfive fundlhlrtytlve fundThirtyfive
Thirtyfive tons of sulphur donated donatedto
to the marine hosptal service today todaywill todaywjll todaywjll
wjll be distributed among the poorer poorerclasses poorerclasses poorerclasses
classes for a general g neral fumigation fumigationARRIVAL fumigationARRiVAL fumigationARRIVAL
ARRIVAL OF GUITERAS GUITERASYellow GUITERAScll GUITERAScIiow
Yellow cll yi Fever Expert thcpert xpert Again at the thePost thePost thePost
Post of Duty DutyNew Dutye DutyNew
New e Orleans La Aug 15 1iiThe The ar arrival arrival arrival ¬
rival of Dr John G Gniteras tho Cu Cuban Cuban Cuban ¬
ban yellow fever expert and his tour tourof tourof tourof
of the seat of worst Infection was the themost themost themost
most interesting feature of the yellow yellowfever yellowfever ellow ellowfever
fever situation today Dr Guiteras left leftHavana leftHayana leftHavana
Havana to make an inspection of the theGulf theGulf theGulf
Gulf cities In connection with the theCuban theCuban
Cuban quarantine and to offer his as assistance assistanee ¬
sistance In the campaign in progress progresshere progresshere progresshere
here His previous important visit to toNew toNew toNew
New Orleans was in 1897 wheq there therewas therevas therewas
was also an appearance of yellow eJJow fever feverand feverand feverand
and when the mosquito theory had no nobeen nobeen nobeen
been determined determinedOn
On his arrival today toda Dr Guiteras Guiterashad Gulterashad Guiterashad
had an Interview with Surgeon urgeon White Whiteof Vhiteor
of the marine hospital service serviceDr servIceDrOult serviceV
V Dr DrOult Guitara rg i expects to see here uni universal universarac univorsal ¬
versal versarac acceptance tUtlLJ1ce of the mosquito mosquitotheory
theory theo at the end nI 1 of the present preseht cams camsnalgn cami1al carxbaIgn
nalgn 1al ailfilffl ailfilfflGreat f1iD f1iDG
Great G eat Improvement ImprovementThe
The situation today again shows shows an anas
imptoVenteiftiSoth Impto n tft th as to 11e new cases casesand casesand casesand
and Qtiaths considering the totals of oflast oflast oflast
last week ncouragement is espe especially especlalJy especially ¬
cially found In the reduction of new newfoci n newfoci w wI wtocl I
foci An analysis of the report of the thetwentyfour thetwentyfour I
twentyfour tw tyfour hours ending August 14 14showed 14showed 14showed
showed eight new foci fociA
4 draft for 25000 was received today
to be put at the disposal of the mar marhie 111aiJne marme
hie hospital service All the money moneyneeded moneyneeded moneyneeded
needed Is available to carry carryon on the thework thework theWork
work workNext workNext WorkNext
Next Sunday has been designated for fora tora fora
a general disinfection An appeal has
been Issued uedasklng asking every person Jerson hav having havIng having ¬
ing any enclosure of any nature to
fumigate on that day da burning sulphur sulphurfor
for at least two hours hoursWednesday hoursWednespay hoursWednesday
Wednesday and Friday hz hve ve been beenappointed beena beenappointed
appointed a pointed as outing days for the troops troopsat
at the United States barracks The Themen Themen Themen
men have been in confinement for forthree forthree forthree
three weeks we ks and it Is desired to give givethem giveth givetliem
them th i ari ri opportunity for some relaxa
tion I ISCARE
V SCARE IN INDIANA INDIANASupposed INDIANASupposed INDIANASuposed
Supposed Case of the Southern SouthernScourge SouthernScourge SouthernScourge
Scourge at Crawfordsville CrawfordsvilleLa
La Porte Ind Aug 15 1 15Though Though she sheIs sheis sheis
Is not ill the condition of Mrs Irs Frank FrankShreve FrankShreve FrankShrevo
Shreve of Waterford this county is isbeing isbeing isbeing
being closely close watched by b physicians physiciansMrs ph physiciansMrs slclalls slclallsIrs
Mrs Irs Shreve returned a few days ago agofrom agofrom agofrom
from Morrillton Mo Io where her two twosisters twosisters
sisters died of a disease pronounced 4 tattendinS > y yattending yattendinF
attending physicians to be swamp
fever Since her return her mother motherdied motherdied motherdied
died at Merrill MorrlJJtown town of the same din disease dlsoase dinease ¬
ease Physicians here fear the he disease diseaseat
at Morrillton Morrill ton may be yellow fever and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs Shreve may ma be infected infectedIndianapolis infectedIndIanapolis infectedIndianapolis
Indianapolis Aug V 15 The state
health authorities this afternoon sent
Dr V A Brayton an expert eJ9 > ert to toGrawfordSYllle
GrawfordSYllle to diagnose df gnose the theease dis disease diseaSe ¬
ease of a aman mun who ho arrlyod atrtoo at Craw Crawfordsville Crawfordsvllle Crawfordsvllle ¬
fordsvllle a few days ago ag from Faroe
Miae 1i8 B M Hutchings secretary of the
CrffWfbrdaville C awr rdsvllJe board of health had
diagnosed the th case as yellow ello fever JeverShotgun feverShotgun ever everI
I Shotgun Quarantine QuarantineVlcksburg QuarantineVJck8bur QUarantineVieksbjsrg
Vlcksburg Miss I1 9 Auc 16 1ila iiMayor Mayor or For
sytha sth of Monroe La today called out
a compaagr of militia to back up a shot shotinin shotJOIn shotgun
JOIn quchHuiUne establahed catabl hed by b citizens of
Monroe 01 on roe who were Incensed at the local
he heeIth lth bo boards rdPs order mishit ral fn the bars a
little After cjUHne callIn < JUne on the trooos the themayer themflor themeyer
mayer telftftraoned Governor Blanchard
for tuitlioritr to u UIJe e the soldiers which whichwas whichwas whichwas
was nramptJr granted Excitement ran
high for a tlm time but trouble Wll was averted
by bythe the withdrawal of the shotgun brigade brigadeCONTRACTsVRE brIgadeCONTRACTSARE
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CONTRACTsVRE CONTRACTS CONTRACTSARE ARE VALID VALIDSale
Sale of Liquor Will Be Restricted R stricted at atLas atLas atV
V Las Vegas VegasSpecial VegasSltcclul VegasSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldPkjclie HeraldPktlll HeraldPicebe
Pkjclie Nov Aug 15 15In In the case caseof caset easefV
of t fV the thelAt xLa LILa Vegas Land and Waterc WatercOmpany Water Watercdmpany
cOmpany c mpan vs s J S Wjsner now being
heard in the district dlstrl t court here an anorder anorder anorder
order to show cause why wh an injunction injunctionshould Injunctionshould injunctionshould
should not Ue issued restraining do dafendant dof dofendant
fendant f ndant from selling Intoxicating
liquor on certain lots In Clarks Las LasVegans LasVegns LasVVegng
Vegans townsite Judge Brown in over overruling overruling overruling ¬
ruling the demurrer dem rrer of the defendant defendantrend defendantrendered
rendered rend red a decision sustaining sUstalnln the val vnlJdlty valSdlty valJdity
Jdlty of the clause in the contracts res restricting restrlctln rontrictiuF ¬
tricting trlctln the sale of intoxicating liquor liquorThis UQuorThis liquorThis
This is one of six similar cases ca now nowon nowen nowon
on en for trial trialSTANDARD trialSTANDARD trialSTANDARD
STANDARD OIL DIVIDEND DIVIDENDNew DIVIDENDNew DIVIDENDNew
New York Aug 15 16The The Standard StandardcOmpany
Oil company has declared a dividend dividendfpr dividendtpr dividendVfQr
fpr the quarter of SC 6 a share payable
September 15th The previous dirt ¬
dends were yere 9 a share payable June Juneltb June15th June1th
ltb and 15 a share payable paya lc Maroh sfaroh1th aroh arohIijth
lth making 30 a share declared so far farthis
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ALLEGED MURDERER OF YOUNG BATEI BATEGeorge BATE BATEGeorge BATEGeorge
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George L l Marsh of Brocton MassA Mass Mass1Arrested Arrested on SUSpICIOn onSuspicionofBeing SuspicionofBeing of ofBeing
Being the theVMysterious he Mysterious Mr DoveWho Dove Who ho Committed d dthe dtheCrlmeofNov the theCrime
Crime CrlmeofNov of ofNov191904atChicago Nov 19 1904 at atChicago atChicagoV Chicago V V
CHICAGO HICAGO Aug 16 15A A warrant has hasbeen husbeen hflsbeen
CHICAGO C been issued charging George Law La Lawrence w wrence j jrence
rence alias Bennett Marsh form formerly formerly formerly ¬
erly employed as a chauffeur chauff chauffeur ur for vari various various van vanous ¬
ous wealthy wealth Chloagoans with w th the mur murder murdel ¬ V Vder
der of William WUliamBate Bate tho young chauf chauffeur chauffeur chauffeur ¬
feur whose dead body was found lean leanIng leanIng leanlag
Ing over over the steering gear of anauto anautomobile an auto automobile automobile ¬
mobile at a lonely spottwo spot two and a half halfmiles balfmiles halfmiles
miles beyond Clement on the morning morningof I Iof
of November 19 1904 1904John V VJohn
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John V Bate of Racine Wis father fatherof
of the victim of f the celebrated C ele brated murder murdermystery m murdermystery urd er I Imystel
mystery will arrive in Chicago from IromRacine tromRacine fromRncine
Racine today and will Confer Confertwth ConfertwthChief onfert with withChief K th thChief
Chief of Police Collins ooiifla rfc flfltf flfltfhe fI fIhe btrhe
he has discovered the mysterious Mr MrDove MrDove MrDove
Dove Detective Sheehan Sheeh n will leave leavefor I
for Brocton Mass lIasstoday today for the pur purpose purpose ¬
pose of bringing Marsh back backWith cakWith backWith
With Detective DetectlveSheeban Sheehan will go Peter PeterJ
J Starts telegraph operator employed employedih
ih the Santa Fe railway raU1aystatlon station at atRomeo atRomeo atRomeo
Romeo 111 who wh was with ith Mr Dove Dovefor Doefor Dovefor
for four hours on the morning follow following followIng followIng ¬
ing the murder murderChief murderChief murderChtef
Chief of Pplice pllce ColHqs today tee telegraphed teJegrapbed teegraphed ¬
graphed the chief of police of Brock Brockton Brockton Erockton ¬
ton to arrest Marsh MarshAfter MarshAfter MarshAfter
After he had ha < t heard of the statement statementof
of Mr Joy Morton former employet Qf QfGeorge QfGeorge qtGeorge
George Lawrence Chief Collins tonight tonightexpressed tonightexpr tonightexprdssed
expressed expr ssed lackof lack or faith in the theory theo theothat
that Lawrence or Marsh Is the mur murderer murderer ¬
derer of Bate BateThe BateThe BateThe
The statement of Morton to the theeffect theeffectthat effect effectthat effectthat
that Lawrence La wrenc known to him as asMarsh asMarsb asMarsh
Marsh was employed by y him from fromNovember fromNovember fromNovember
November 2 until December 12 tends tendsto tendsto tendsto
to establish an alibi for Lawrence LawrenceI
I cannot be positive that Lawrence Lawrenceis
is the man who committed the crime crimealthough crimealthough crimealthough
although many < circumstances Indicate Indicatethat Indicatethat indicatethat
that he is the man wanted for the mur murder murder murder ¬
der of Bate
LIEUTENANT REFEREED THE FIGHT FIGHTPrize FIGHTPrize FIGHTPrize
Prize Mill on the Converted Cruiser Yankee Yankee Resulted in i fli the theDeath theDea
Death Dea h of One Oneof of the Contestanis ContestantsVerdict Verdict of ofAccidental ofAccidental V < r rAccidental V V
Accidental Death v V
I A IASHINGTON Aug ug 15 l 15Secretary 15SecretaryV Secretary SecretaryBonaparte SecretatYBonaparte
WrSHINGJON I IamJnatlon
V V V Bonaparte after a thorough ex examination examinatiozi ¬
amination aminatioziof V of the records re ords In the thecase thecase theease
case of Raphael l Cohen the coal passer passeron passeron
on the converted conv rteil cruiser Yankee whose whosedeath whosedeath whosedeath
death resulted from injuries received receivedIn re elved elvedIn
In a boxing contest held on an Ameri American Amencan American ¬
can warship In Dominican waters on onJuly onJUly onJuly
July 9th said today that from an in investigation InvestiglUon investIgt1on ¬
vestigation of the records he saw noth nothing nothing notlsIng ¬
ing wrongful although of course it itwas itwas Itwas
was extremely deplorable that Cohen Cohenshould Cohrnshould Cohenshould
should have lost his life He added addedthat addedthat addedthat
that boxing and athletics generally are areencouraged areencouraged areencouraged
encouraged in the service because of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their beneficial ben ficial influence on the health healthof healthof
of the men The court found that thatneither thatneither thatneither
neither Cohens adversary nor V any anyother an another anyother
other person was Jn any an way culpable culpableand culpableand culpableand
and recommended that no further ac action action aetion ¬
tion bo taken takenAccount takenAccoUht V VAccouht
VV V
AccoUht of the Fight FightWashington FightVashington Fightyashington
Washington Aug 15 15After After a prize prizefight prizefight prizefight
fight on onbo1rd board the converted cruiser cruiserYankee cruiserYankee cruiserYankee
Yankee which was refereed rcfereed by a lieu lieutenant Ileutenant lieutenant ¬
tenant of the United States tates navy off offCHAPPELLES offCHA offCHAPPELLES
CHAPPELLES CHA PELLE S WILL WILLv WILLMost WILLV WILLMost
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Most of the Property Prop rty Left to t toV toOther Other OtherPrelates OtherPrelates OtherPrelates
Prelates PrelatesNew PrelatesNew V VV VNew V
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New Orleans Aug 15 15 15The The he will of ofArchblshbp ofArchbishbp ofArchbishbp
Archbishbp Chappelle was probated to totiay totin toIay
tiay tin Iay The bequests V were were wer aV a as follows followsAll followsV followsAll o JOvs JOvsuAU
V uAU All of the l1roper property r real and per personal personal ¬ V Vsoflal
sonal I may possess at the time of my mydeath mydeath mydeath
death eltuated eltuatedin In the state af Louisi Louisiana Louisiana Loulsiana ¬
ana I will and beQueath to the Rt RtRev RtRev RtRev
Rev Edward Fitzgerald bishop of ofLittle otLittle ofLittle
Little Rock Ark Rt Rev Edward EdwardP Ed ard ardp
P Allen bishop of orMobfJe Mobile and to Very VeryRev VeryRev VeryRev
Rev J JI M Laval my vicargeneral vicargeneralMy vlc general generalI
I My 1 property real and personal sit situated situate situated ¬
uated < in the territory of New Mexico MexicoI
I wUl and bequeath tp the Very Rev RevAnthony RevAnthony RevAnthony
Anthony V Fourchlgo administrator of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the archdiocese e of Santa SantaFe Fe during the thevacancy theacaney thevacancy
vacancy of that seat seatAll seatAII
All my real and personal V property propertysituated proportysituated propertysituated
situated in the department V of Lozere LozereFrance LozereFrance LozereFrance
France I will and bequeath to my myniece myniece
niece Josephine Soiignac SOI Solign gnac c
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After he had received a t teierar terar t1 rRrt f fthe >
the police in Brocton Mass tonightstating tonight tonightstating tonightstating
stating that Lawrerice Lavrericerested ilu ilurested fi < +
rested Chief CdUins s sflt1that fTitliat 4hc 4hctives A c ctives ctlves
tives accompanied accOInp nJDd by b witnesses ltn trtiufti trtiuftileave wuWleave uw uwleave
leave Thursday ThursdaYfor for Massachusetts to toidentify toIdentify toidentify
identify the man manMarsH man manMarst ma maMa
V
jr jrBrqon
MarsH Ma Ii Arrested ArrcstedBrqoton ArrestedBrQJlton
Brqoton Mass Ia si Aug lojsGeqrge G r e eMarsfi V L LMarsft LMarsit
Marsft was WASr arrestetr at his hiDome hi home here herethis herethis
this afternoon artertio t atf a nt the request req est of the theChicago theChicago theChicago
Chicago police poU e in j connection c nnec lol wththe wththemurder
murder of William Bate November 19 1990t
1904 90t V VTIme
1904The
The arrest was made after the au authorities authoriti authoritien ¬
thorities thoriti ha4 receiveoi r eive < a telegram teI gr m stat statIhg stattng statlug
lug twit awanani u WlTan for Marshs arrest arresthad arreQthad arretV
V had been issued in Chicago ChicagoThe OhicagoThe V
The police allege aJJe e that Marsh told toldthem toldthem toldV
them he was with Bate on the night of ofthe ofthe V
the murder i but > ut belcnew belkn w pothing pothingabout pothingaboutthe about aboutthe V Vthe
the crime and could prove provethat that he was wasin wasin wasin
in a different place at the time tlm Bate Batewas Bateyas
was yas Tas killed Marsh Ma h Is about ab ut 24 = n 1 years old oldHis oldHis oldHis
His home is in this city cityBrocton cityBrocton cityBroctou
Brocton Aug 15 15Marsq 15Mars1 Marsh will oppose opposeextradition oPR oppeseV < se seextradition
extradition and will attempt to estab establish st b bUsh ¬ V
lish an alibi He Says that V on on n the tnenight tl thenight e enight V
night in question he was in the garage garagein garagein garagein
in G Chicago tlcaso with several severalotl other er Chauf Chauffeurs o1tauffeurs dhauffeurs ¬
feurs including Bate and that when tvhenthere wnonthere whenthere
there came a call for an automobile automobilethe automobilethq
the th men tossed coins to see who should shouldrespond shouldr L LV
respond r pond Bate won Marsh says that thathe thathe V V Vhe
he and another man took a machine machineand machineand machineand
and went on a long ride with two girls girlsThe g1rI g1rITbe girlsThe
The party did not return until 230 30 in inthe inthe L Lthe
the morning After that Marsh says sayshe sashe sayshe
he went to his hotel He says he can canreadily canreadily canreadily
readily account for his time that thatnight thatnight thaiilight
night Marsh is an invalid and was on onfather oncrutches oncrutches
crutches when arrested toda today HIs js jsfather I Ifather
father will see Governor Douglas tomorrow tomorrow to tomorrow ¬
morrow and attempt to prevent prev nt the theextradition theectraditlon theextradition
extradition of o his son
Monte Cristo San Domingo on on July uly
6th Barney Cohen a coal passer on onthe onthe onthe
the Yankee died as the result r sult of the thepunishment thepunishment thepunishment
punishment he had received Charles CharlesJohnsdn Ch CharlesJohnson rl rlTohns
Johnson Tohns n anegro a negro coal passer On cJ oz the
Olympia Cohens opponent was ae aerendered auquitted acquitted
quitted ty y It court of inquirY whJ Q V Vrendered
rendered a verdict of accidental accidentaldeath accidentald V Vdesth
death deathJohnson d etithJohnson V V VJohnson
Johnson was the best middleweight middleweightfighter middleeightfighter V Vfighter
fighter on the t e Olympia and Cohen had haddefeated haddefeated haddefeated
defeated all the men of his class classon classonthe on onthe V Vthe
the Yankee Rivalry between the men menled menled V Vled
led up upto to a tenround bout for a a prize priseof prizeo
of o 60 A squared ring was built buUton on prizeI the thoaft theaft theaft I
aft deck of the Yankee and Lieutenant LieutenantV
George T Pettingill of the orulser Den Denver D DdnV n nver ¬ V
ver was referee rerer When the fight start started started started ¬ V
ed 500 men and at least a dozen of the theofficers tIleofficers V Vofficers
officers were at the ring side sideAfter sideAfter V V V VAfter
After the first round It was apparent apparentthat apparentthat apparentthat
that Johnson had Cohen at his mercy Inerc InercIn V VIn
In the eighth round Cohen without be being belng ¬
ing struck a 1 blow sank to th the < floor floorwhile floolwhile floorwhile
while Lieutenant Pettingill counted the thefinal thefinal thefinal
final ten tenCohen tenCohen tenCohen
Cohen died the same day and an anautopsy anautopsy anautopsy V
autopsy revealed that he had sustained sustainedhemorrhage ustalhodhemorrhage I IV
hemorrhage of the brain He HeWhs HeWhsburled Hwasburied was wasburied V
buried with naval honors honorsCRUSHED hono honoCRUSHED honrCRUSHED
CRUSHED UNDER WHEELS WHEELSPrivate WHEELSI WHEELSPrivate WHEELSPrivate I
Private V Fred Farmer Artilleryman ArtillerymanKilled ArtillerymanKilled p pKilled
Killed at the Presidio PresidioSan PresidioSan PresidioSan
San Francisco Aug 15 15During During a adrill adlm s L Ldrill
drill at the Presidio today Private PrivateFred PrivateFred PrivateFred
Fred Farmer of the First battery field fieldartillery fiehjartillery I Iartillery
artillery came to his death under the thewheels thewheels I Iwheels
wheels of V his gun carriage cn rlaSe Hewas Hewasriding He was wasriding wa wariding
riding a new ne v horse In a fresh team teamwhen teamwhen
when the connecting bar between the theparts theparts th thparts II
parts of the gun carriage broke The Thehorses Thehorses Thehorses
horses became frightened and ran ranaway raraway I
away Farmer jumped from his saddle saddlebackward saddlebackward saddlebackward
backward hoping to escape what ap appeared apJJollred uppeered ¬
peered to him to be bean an Inevitable wreck wrecklater wrecklater wrecitlater
later on onHe onHe onHe
He fell beneath the front wheelswhich wheelswhich wheels wheelswhich
which ran over over his body bod breakingthe breakingtheribs breaking the theribs theribs
ribs Ho was > then seen to struggle strugglepartly strugglepartly struglcpartly
partly to his feet but was caught caughtb caughtthe by b bthe
the hind wheels wheelsoTle ore of which struck str struclihim V ok
him him at the shoulder knocking him I
down and crossing his neck In J an aii Instant In Instant instunt ¬ I
stant the wounded soldier was caught
by his comrades and huirfcw hurtJa < t tp < tlt tlthospital thr thrhospital t
hospital but he died on the wayir wai waiI wa waI V
I V
SALT LAKE HAS HASWATER HASWATER HASV
V WATER FAMINE FAMINESituation FA FAMINEV MINE MINES
V Situation S tuatio Becomes Serious Especially Especiallyin
in the DownTown District DistrictGREAT DistrictGREAT
GREAT DANGER FROM FIRE FIRESTEPS FIRESTEf7SARE FIRESTEPS V
V
STEPS STEf7SARE ARE TAKEN TO RELIEVE RELIEVECONDITIONS RELIEVCONDITIONS
V VV V CONDITIONS CONDITIONSt
+ 444 + + + + f + + f t t + V + + + 11 + t + + t + M t + t + t tSnIt t44 + + + + 44M + + + + + 4 4Salt 4 V
+ +
4 + Salt Lakers are suffering the evils evilsof 4 4of f
V 4 of a water shortage despite efforts eortsof effortsof 4 +
4 + of the water supply department to torelleve torelieve 4 44relieve +
4relieve + relieve the situation The departf depart dopartt + 4
1 4 mont is coping with unequal odds in in1ng 4 +
4 + trying 1ng tp supply the city cit with nut sutf1 4 +
4fi f1 fident < Sent 1 nt water from insufficient insufficientSources +
+ f sources It is to remedy this that 4 +
+ 4 the city administration is hastening f
i 4the the construction of f the Big CottonH Cotton Cottonwood Cottonwood
4 + wood conduit which will insure a aplentiful 4 4f
4 + f plentiful supply of water for next nextsummer nextsummer + f
+ 4 summer and succeeding years Bids Bidsor 4 +
+ 4 for or the construction of the conduit conduitwill 4 44vwill + 4 4VWiil
4vwill + VWiil will be opened Sept 4 4HOURS 4 +
+ 4 +
4 + HOURS FOR SPRINKLING SPRINKLINGThe 4
4 + 4 +
4 + The Herald has been asked to give givethe + + 4
4 + the boundaries of the sprinkling die dlstrl dietries 4 +
4 + tries trl S There are two districts the theupper theupper 4
4 + upper and the lower The upper In Ineludes 4 4eludes 4 4eludes
+ eludes all of the Fourth municipal municipalward
4 + ward w rd and that
part of the Fifth Fifthand p pand
4 + and First municipal wards that lies Heseast lieseast
4 + east of Sixth East street The low lower lower i
4 + er district contains all of the Third Thirdand Xhlrdand
4 and Second municipal wards and andthat 4
+ that part of the Fifth and First FirstmuniClpnl Firstmuhicipal +
4 + municipal wards that lies hle west of 4
+ 4 Sixth East street Sprinkling Is Ispermitted ispermitted +
4 + permitted under the latest order of orthe 4
4 + the mayor In the upper district be 00tween 4 + 1
+ 4 tween the hours of 7 p m and 10 10p 10p 4 +
4 + p m and in the lower district distnictbe be 4 +
+ 4 tween the hours of 5 p m and 7 7p 4 + 4
f 4 1 P m on Friday Frida and Tuesday Tuesda only onl 4 + 4
+ This does not mean that a person personmay 4 + 1
4 + may sprinkle during durin tile whole of of4 4
4 + the period designated for sprinkling 4 + 4
+ f The limitation In this respect Is Iswhat Is4 Is4what 4
4 + what hQs already been made name name1y 4 1
4 + ly thirty minutes for each 100 yards yardsof yards4of ards ardsof +
+ of lawn lawnSALT 4 + 4
+ + 9
+ + 4 4 4 4 + + + I 4444 + + + + 444444 444444kALT + + + + + + + + +
ALT LAKE was caught in a water waterpinch waterplnch watepinch
SALT S
pinch yesterday esterdarand and caught badly badlyAt badl badlAt
V At no time this year ear or for some someyears someyears somiyears i
years years past has the shortage been so no notlceable noticeable
flOVC
tlceable or affected so many residents residentsof resldentsof C
of the city At one time early yelter yelterday yesterday yester yesterday
day morning the pressure atthe at the fire sta station statlon statiOfl ¬
tion wavered between five and six sixpounds sixpound si C Cpound
pound Fortunately no fire broke out
for had there been a blaze every eclJ sec section sectIon seetion ¬
tion of the city would have been forced forcedto I Ito
to go without water while the danger
lasted in order that all pressure might t
be concentrated at one point
As As1t It was many man residents along Can Canyon Canon Canvon ¬
yon on road and In the adjoining district districthad districthrtd t tmid
had no water during the entire forenoon forenoonThe forenoonThe forenoonThe
The bigger office buildings in the bust business bustness bustness ¬
ness distrlc were In the same condition conditionhc
The hc personal I > Inconvenience of tne occu occupants occupants occupants ¬
pants of the buildings became a minor minorunsanitary minorconsideration mninoconsideratioa
consideration alonsslde alongsie the danger from fromunsanItary Ironunsanitary
unsanitary conditions This was the case caseuntil Cas Caspntll
until early in the afternoon when most mostof mostot mca mcaof canC C
of the buildings managed to get a lit little llttle littIe ¬
tle water waterHotel waterHotol waterHotel
Hotel guests Jests on the upper floors were wereunable wereunable werunable
unable to get water last evening and as asa asa zu zua
a result sundry trips from the V lower lowerfloor lowerffoor lowelfioor
floor to the top of many domiciles were weremade weremade S Smade
made by bell boys armed with every ¬
thing from shaving mugs to towater water pitch pitchers pitchers pitchens ¬
ers and Iron pails pailsResidents p3l1sResidents
Residents of the lower district were wereparticularly wereparticular ES
particularly bad off Conditions wepS were weresomewhat weresomewhat werlsomewhat S
somewhat remedied in this regard through throughthe tbroughthe tlirouglr
the diversion of a portion of the water waterIn waterIn r
In the upper and middle main systems systemsmto systemstnto wateC C
into the lower district The water turned turnedin turno I Iin
in ciime c me from the Capitol Hill reser reservoir reserok resorVoin ¬
voir ok
In I n Case of Fire FireSome Fi FireV FireSome reo reoSomt
V
Some question ques lon was raised as to the theeffect therfect th theffect S
effect that the shortage of water would wouldhave wouldhave wouhhave
have on fire insurance rates That there thereIs UleroIs
Is no actual danger dan er unless unprecedented unprecedentedconditions unprecedentedcondition thesiI I
conditions should arise was made clear clearby clearby r
by Superintendent HInes yesterday He Heexplained Heexplained H Hxplained S
explained that a squad of men was con constantly constantly COflstantly ¬
stantly on duty ready read to divert the wa water water water ¬
ter from mains in any nn district Into other othermains othermains othemains
mains During the Atlas block fire for forInstance forImJtancC fo foS
Instance several years ears ago a o there were werefourteen werefoqrteen wer S
foqrteen lines of hose playing pJa Ing on werS the thoflames thelames thiflames S
flames All available water was JtS con concentrated concentrated ¬
centrated at this point So great conS was wasthe wasthe wa wathe S
the nressure that had half a dozen of ofthe orthe 0 0the
the lines been turned off ot at once with without without without ¬
out warning the mains would probably probablyhave probablyhave V Vhave
have burst Superintendent Hines states statesthnt statesthat statethat
that rfvon vcn with the present low Dressu Dressuufflclent nressuf nressufsufficient ressutsufficient
sufficient water could be obtained through throughshutting throughshutting througishutting
shutting off mains In unaffected dis districts districts districts ¬
tricts to feed the fire steamers without withouttrouble wltbouttroubc wlthoutrouble
trouble troubleYesterdays i
Yesterdays measurements of the city cityA cityAwater cItywater s swater
water supplv in Parleys and Emigration Emigrationcanyon Emigrationcanyon Emigratiolcanyon
canyon and City Clt creek showed a total totalflow totnlflow
flow of less than 13000000 gallons What Whatthis Whatthis Whathis Vt
this would have been in case the sprink sprinklers sprinklers sprinklens ¬
lers had been In use and thousands of oflines ofIfns 0
lines of hose > had been sprinkling as asmany asman a amans 0S S
many man different lawns may ma be conies conjeetured conjectured coniesured
tured ured Thesprinklers The spr1klers alone would have haverequired hl1erCQulred barrequired
required 2000000 fcallons fcallonsSprinklers t gallons gallonsSprinklers nons nonsSprinklers
Sprinklers on Today TodaySanitary TodaySknitary
Sanitary sbltar conditions make it absolutely absolute1Im absolutele
Impferatlve Im imp P rPUe that the tllcstree street t sprinklers spr inklers be beput beput b bV e
V put on today todR The dust Isso Is so so thick Vt in inresidence inTe a aresidence
residence Te l ence districts that physicians are arew arcCon ar C CContinued
w Continued Con inued on Page 2 2 I
LANDS AN D8 RESTORED RESTOREDTO RESTOREDTHE
TO THE PEOPLE PEOPLEUintah
V
Uintah u ntah Reservation ReservationBungle Bungle Partially PartiallySet
V Set Right RightCHANCE RightCfANCE RightCllANCE
V
CHANCE FOR HOMESEEKERS HOMESEEKERSADDITIONAL HOMESEEKERSA
ADDITIONAL A DJTIO L8d480 So48O 8d480 ACRES OPEN OPENTO OP OPENV N1 N1TOENTRY
TO TOENTRY TOENTRYSpecial ENTRY ENTRYSpecial ENTRYSpecial V
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Special to The Herald HeraldWSHL HeraldA
WSHL A 1 jiSHJNGTON GTON D C Aug 15 16Pres 16PresIdent 16PresV Pres President ¬
V V ident Roosevelt today attached attahhed his hisapproval hisapproval hisV
approval to the Interior depart departments departments departmonts V
ments latest and probably last flop on onthe onhe onV
the he Ulntahtlndian reservation problem problemand problemnd p b1em b1emand V
and nd sent forth a proclamation restoring restoringto restoringoCentry restoringtoientry
to toientry sentry 86480 acres which had V been beensegregated5foragricultural beensegrega beensegregated
segregated5foragricultural segrega segregated tedt for UagrI agnIculturl ultuTll purposes purposesby purposesby I Iby
by a recent proclamation prepared pr paredfor paredforhim for forhim forhim
him by the interior department departmentHe
V He also by todays proclamation re restored restored restored ¬ V
stored to t the Uintah forest reserve 54
000 acres which had been been sliced from Its Itsboundaries Itsboundaries itsboundaries
boundaries for irrigation purposes purposesthrough purpos purposesthrough s sthro
through thro gh a mistake of the interior de department department department ¬
partment As matters now stand out outof outof outV
of two hundred thousand recently seg segregated segregated ¬ V
regated for reservoir and agricultural agriculturalpurposes agriculturalPurposes agriculturalV V
purposes 86480 V found to be agricul agricultural agricultural agrlculV ¬ V
tural land has again been placed with within within ¬ V
in reach V of settlers set rs leaving only onl a alittle alittle alittle V
little over one hundred thousand still stillremaining stlllremaining stillremainipg
remaining in segregation I uror for reser reservoir reseryolr recerrotc ¬
rotc purposes purposesPresent purI purposesPresent > oses osesPr
Present Pr sent Segregation Will Stand StandIt
It is held that there is ample au authority authority aUV ¬ V
thority under the law for holding this thislatter thislatter thisV V
latter named tract and it is the belief beliefof beliefor beliefV V
of the officials that the present segre segregation segregation segregation ¬ V
gation will stand There was however howeverno
no authority for torsegregaUng segregating the 86000 86000acres 86000acres 56000acres
acres which are today restored restoredActing restoredActing
Acting Secretary of the Interior Ryan Ryantoday Ryantoday RyanV V
today gave out the following statement statementbearing statementbearing statementbearing V
bearing on the case caseAct caseAct caseAct
Act of March 13 1905 19i provides that thatbefore thatbefore thatbefore
before the opening of the Uintah In Indian Indian Indlan ¬
dian reservation the president may mayseparate maysep mayseparate
separate sep rate and reserve any reservoir site siteor
or 0 other lands necessary to conserve conserveand conservend conserveand
and nd protect water supply for the In Indians Indlnns Indians
dians or for general development developmentAccordingly developmentuAccordlngly developmentAccorcflngly
Accordingly the geological survey surveyafter surveyafter surveyafter
after due investigation made report to VtcSecretary toSecretary toSecretary
Secretary of Interior Interi r recommending recommendingover recommnendinthat
that certain ertaln described des ribed lands covering coveringover coveninover
over over 200000 acres including large quan quantitles quantltles quantitles
titles of agricultural agrlculturallands lands b btS reserved reservedunder 1Csenedunder reservedunder
under said provision of law lawQomplaints J Jfmplaints
V complaints Were Plenty PlentyUpon PlentyuUpon PlentyUpon V
Upon this recommendation the act acting acting ¬
ing secretary of the interior requested requestedthe I
the president to issue his proclamation proclamationmaking proclamationmaking proclamationmaking I
making such sucltreservation reservation and according accordinglythe accordinglythe
V lythe president issued his proclamation proclamation6f I
6f b August 3 1905 Subsequent com complaints compiaints cornplaints ¬
plaints having reached the department departmenthat departmentthat
that hat said agricultural lands lan s properly properlyshould properlYshouldnot properilshouldnot
should shouldnot not be included in said reserva reservation reservatlon resorvation ¬
tion Mr Ryan acting act1n secretary took tookthe tookthe tueiL
the subject up for further consideration considerationand L
and nd directed the geological survey to tomake tomake tcmake
make a supplementary report stating statingspecifically statingspecifically statinif
specifically whether the reservation of ofthese ofthese 01 f
these agricultural lands is necessarlI necessary necessaryfor necessarJtor r
for Vfo conservation and protection of ofa ofawater a awater z zVater I
water supply This supplemental re report report report ¬
port has been made and shows that the thereservation thereseratlon th threservation
reservation of these lands is not neces necessary necessttry necessary ¬
sary sttry for the purpose but they were in included Included ¬
cluded in the surveys original report reportupon reportupon reponlupon t
upon the assumption that the act au authorized authorized authorized ¬
thorized their reservation for f r agricul agricultural agricultural agnicultural ¬
V tural development which however howeverwas how ver verwas
was not specifically stated in it The Theacting Theacting rhi rhiacting I
acting secretary secr tary decided that their res reservation reservation rcaervatiOn ¬
ervation was authorized only if neces necessary nec necsar necassary ¬
the water watersupply waterscpply watelsupply
sary sar to conserve and protect
supply and requested thepresident the president to torelease torelease t
release them from reservation which whichwas whichas whiciwas I
was as done today by supplemental proc proclamation proclamation proclamatlon ¬
lamation so that now these agricul agricultural agricultura agricuit ¬
tural lands are subject to disposition dispositionin t
in the manner provided by law lawLands lawLands lawLands
Lands Restored RestoredThe RestoredThe RestoredThe
The lands restored to entry are all allsections allsections al alsections
sections 32 33 and 34 township 1 south southrange southrange southrange
range a 5 west all sections 2 3 4 10 11
12 13 14 15 south half of section 16 16south 16south 16I
south west quarter of sectiorf 17 and andall andall anc ancI I
all section 18 to o 36 inclusive township I
2 south range 1 west south half of ofnorth ornorth 0 0nortir
north east quarter south half of north northwest northwest northwest
west quarter south west quarter and andsouth andsouth am I
south east quarter of section 25 south southhalf southhaIr southhalf
half of north east quarter south half halfof halfot hal halof
of north west quarter eouth west quarter quarter quar ¬
ter and south east quarter qurter of oCsection section quarVi i
26 north east quarter quart r north t west westquarter westquarter nes t
quarter north half of south west westquarter westQuarter wes west t
quarter and north half of south east eastQ eas t
quarter Q arter of section 35 and all of section 1
36township 36 l6 V township 2 south range 3 west all allsections oil oilsections l lS 1
sections 3 to U Inclusive all sections S
14 to 32 Inclusive andwest half of sec section secton section ¬
1
tion ton 33 township 2 south soui range 4 west westall westaU
all sections 1 2 3 4 9 10 11 1 and north northhalf northhalf I
half of section 16 township 2 south southrange southrange L
range 5 westsouth west south half of north east eastquarter eat eatQuarter eas east t
quarter V north west quarter south east eastquarter est estQuarter cas casquarter t
quarter south sout west quarter of section secton sectonZ
3 9 all section secton 4 5 6 7 8 and west half halfof hal h3lof hala r
of section 9 township 3 south range rge rangt a
1 west all sections sectons 1 2 3 4 and 5 east easthalf et ethal can canr t
half hal of north east quarter south half halfof hal halof halt r
of south east quarter and ad south west westquarter westquarter wes wesf t
quarter of sectidh secton 6 and north half of ofsection otsecton 0 0Vi f
section secton 7 north half of section S all allsectionsO al alsectons al Vi
sectionsO sectons 10 11 1 and 12 township townshipsouth 3 3south 3south 3VsectIons
south range 2 west south half baf of sec section section seea ¬
tion 1 and all al section 18 township townshipsouth 3 3south 3south
south range 3 west wet all sections sectons 3 a 4 5 1
6 7 8 9 10 sections sectons 13 to 23 inclusive inclusiveat inchlslVVat
at t township 3 south range rage 4 west westwest westwest t
west of northeast quarter quater northwest northwestquarter northwet northwetQuarter northwesquarter
quarter west half southeast quarter quartersouthwest quarteisouthwest
southwest quarter of section secton 17 and andall andall an anall
all of o sections sctons 18 and 19 19V 19township V township townshipsouth 2 2south 2south
south range 1 east east southeastquarter southeastquartersouth soutbeatQuuter soutbeatQuutersuth southeastqustrteisouth
south suth half hn oL otouthwest oLsouthwest outhwest quarter of sec section se section ¬
tion ton 23 southeast quarter and south southhalf southhal
half hal of southwest quarter of section secton 24 24and 24and 2 2and I
and all sections 25 26 6 and 36 township p
sectons
3 south range 1 east all al sections sectons 29 2ia
31 and 32 south suth half of section secton 30 and andwest andwest an ani a
west half of section secton 33 3 at townships townshipssouth i
south range two east all al sections sectons 4 I
5 and 9 west half of section secton 10 all allsection al al I
section seeton 15 east halfsection half V seton section 16 north northhalf northhalf nort ii
half of section secton 22 2 northwest quarter quarterand quarer quarerand quartst r
and southwest quarter and southeast southeastquarter sutheast sutheastquarter southeasquarter t
quarter of section secton 23 2 northwest quar quarter quarter quamr ¬
ter of section secton 25 and northeast northeat quarter quarterof quartet quaero r
of o section secton 26 at township 4 south sou h at atrange atrnge a arange t
range two east all sections 25 26 27 27and 27and 2
rnge 2h
and 28 south halfof hnl of section 29 south southhalf south11aJ h
half 11aJ of section 30 andall ad and al all sections sctons 31 31to 31to 1 1V ii
to 36 inclusive incluIve township 2 suth south range rnge V V
2 west westWORKING westWOR westWORKING
WORKING WOR ING PLAN FOR FORA FORA
A FOREST RESERVE RESERVESpecial RESERMESpecial RESERVIV RESERVISpecial V
Special to The Te Herald HeraldWashington Herld HerldWashington V
Washington D C Aug 15 ISTe 15The The for forest forest fomest ¬
est service V Is i making mang a working workg plan planfor planfor pin n nfor
for part of Te the he Medicine Melcie Bow Bo forest forestreserve rorestresen fore forereserve
reserve in Woming Wyoming Since July u1 11 1 11field a afield afeld
field feld force has been at work gathering gatheringdata gatheringdata gatherinV
data which will Wi be worked up > V Into Intotables Intotbles tnt V 0
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tables tbles showing the yield volume and andrateof andrale an d
and
rateof rate V of growth gowth of lodge pole pine and andengelmann andelgelmann an d
engelmann elgelmann spruce in that region Since Sincethe Sincethe Sine Sinethe 0
the first of August men have haye been en engagodin engg 5 5gaged
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COMES TO GRIEF GRIEFTwelveYearOld GRIEFTwelveYearOd GRIEFTwelveYearOld
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V V Steals Stes V Hundreds HundredsGIVES lueas lueasGIVES ffundredsGIVES
GIVES STAG STAGPARTYT PARTY pARTYAT AT LAKE LAKEOFFICERS LAKEJ LAKEOFFICERS LAKEOFFICERS
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OFFICERS DESCEND ON HOST AND ANDYOUTHFUL ANDYOUTHFUL ANDV ANDYOUTHFUL
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T T HE I s merriment memnt of a 0 a Saltair Sltr stag s party partywas py pyw
I was w rudely rdely interrupted iterrDte last la night nightwhan nht nhtW8 nightalien
alien W8 the host bo Ray R Thutohor TtQ li liyears 1 1es 1of
V years es of ase ae was W arrested are for picking pickingpockets pIckng pIckngpke pickingpockets
pockets pke and ad stealimr stel from bath b houses housesHe house housesH
He H hafl h gotten more more m ore than 200 fihOV 200Thatchers
HI gtt t
V Ttches Thatchers zniests let were all al V youngsters youngstersabout yte yoimgstexabout
about abut his own ow age age During Durl the afternoon afternoonthe aten atenthe afternoonthe
the party y partook pnaok of all 31 the to pleasures pleasuresafforded ple pleasuresafforded
afforded aore by the te resort rrt They Tey rode rE the themerrygoround them themerrygoround
merrygoround m gorOnd until unti they teY were V serfsick serfsickThey s cick cicke ifslck ifslckThoy
They e enjoyed ejoye the te vaudeville udevle V perfor performances por pormce pformnancea ¬
mances mce visited lsI thecave te the cave cave ofthe ot the thean winds VWIndeand windsand
and an tried te their t skill sl on the bowline bwlnJ aJ aJley a ale ciIcy
Icy le After this t they went wen for a swim swimMoney sWm sWmMone swimMoney
Money Mone seemed see no ro object to their gallant gallanthost glan galanhost l lhos
host hos and ad when whf they te left let the water We he heinvited heit heliwited
invited it them te to supper sppe This Tis was w the theclimax theclm theclimax
climax clm of the whole affair aUr Their Ter grow ¬
lag ig appetites apptie had h become bome painful gW but bu t
they were not aware W of it I until untl pmul they te left lot
the to water ter They Te sat st t down dow in the e res re ¬
taurant tU and ordered all the delicacies on
a oe a1 te delcle
the te menu mnu card c Sodapop pp pop was brought broughton brght brghton
on by by armfuls armul and ad they tey dranJc dr until unt tb ty tycould the thecoukl y ycould
could hold nb more mre la 11 fact tct they ovenild
D te oecl
it i and ad leaviiu levi the te table tble required rur V some someeffort sme smeefort someeffort
effort efort on the part of tho to guests
p gests
The host hdt was w the most mt uncomfortable uncomfortableof
ucomorle ucomorleor
of all a however when ho pulled pule hs his Url rollof roll roWof
of 105 10 from Ws h pocket pke to t pay I y the te bill L
He was w seized sei by John Gallacher Ganhr pro proprietor propretor propnietor ¬
prietor pretor of the restaurant raurat and ad turned turne over overto Gerto overlbrerrian
to Foreman Fbrem John F F Harris Has They Te had h
looked e upon him with suspicion during th the thedy
day O Officers had followed nhyl him about aboutwatching t twatchlD V Vwatching
watching watchlD him spend spd his bl money mone and ad had hadwondered ha hadwondered
wondered wondr how he ca c came na bY it itWhen itWhen
When Thatcher Tth was w turned tue over ove to
Deputy DeptJ Sheriff She Claude Russell Rul he was wassubjected w wassubjected
subjected subjet to the t sweating sweatw process vrce It Itproved I Itproved
proved prye of no n avaiL aYaL He was locked lockedUD loke lockedUP
UD u in Il ii the te Vbull bu1 buhi pen pn at Saltar Saltair and a asearch aserh aSearch
search serh was W made me for his i companions companionsDozens cmvionR cmvionRDozn companionsDozens
Dozens Dozn of boys bys wer were taken tke in charge ch and andquestioned ad adqueone andquestioned
questioned queone by b the te officers offce for Ray Ry That Thatchers Tat Tatchers Thatchers ¬
chers guests numbered more than twenty
chers get numre mor th wet V VSeveral
Several Sel youthful outful suspects at had ha been b wIthtelr withtheir with withtheir
their parents pent all aJ dfey y and ad angry mothers motherswere motherswer motherswere
were wer for rOE mobbins mobb the officiate oftcla ag wh who ac accused ¬ Vconed
coned cu their sons sn of stealing st UnJ Two To of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th dinner dner party were caught cu ht and locked lockedIn Joke
In the bull bul p pen I with wth Thxtchbr Thtcho a The Theothers Te Theothers
others otrs had evidently evidenty made ze their tir way wa out outon outI outon
I on the pier Pr and ad had ha come into ito the tl0 city cityon cty cityOn
I on On MI early ely train trainDuring tn tnDurl trainDuring
During Durl the t Dt pest > ast week eek losses JOC to t the theamount th theamount
amount aunt of I50 300 in money mne have have been e re reported r rprte roported ¬
ported prte to the te management mn eent of Saltair St be besides bt ¬
sides sde considerable conerable Jewelry eweh7 Close Clse watch watchhas vel watchhas
has h ben been kent on em the te bath bat hoUses ho but butthe bu butthe t tte
the te officers offce have been bn unable uable to appre apprehend appr apprebend ¬
bend the te thieves tee Traps Tps hatt hab been set s for forthem fortem forthem
them tem but the schemes schem failed fale to t work workTtae work workThe
The Te officers oficers believed blev It was w the t work workof wrk wrkof workof
of a smooth soth gang1 of professional prel crooks crookswith crooktwith
cs cswih
with wih skeleton skeeton sg keys ke because b in each eh case casethe cSE casethe
the door dor was w always al y found locked 1ke Yes Yesterday YE Yesterday ¬
terday tery 75 was w reported rprte stolen stole and a in se seera s soeral
era er eral instances iItlcs persons reported repred that th they theynad ty
had b been n robbed rbbe prns by pickpockets pickoket Monday Mondaymore MbsdayflQxo 11y 11yre
more re than tha Vi50 S 150 was w stole stolen a and Sunday Sundaycowriff SUay SUayab Suaabqut
ab abqut S 20Vcwt te taken from m te the b bath 1 1o heater heaterYOl15
cowriff o Thatcl Tt r was w brousht brut to the thecounty th thcounty thecounty
county jail last nisrht nht and a placed behind behindhe bhind bhindtne behindIha
tne he bars br He remained rmed there tere J two hours hoursand bur bura hoursand
and a then tn Sheriff Shert Emery E and a County CoUy Attornoy At Attorney 4 t tto ¬
torney to P P Christensen Chnse renewed re th tbsweating thgwetng thsweating
sweating gwetng process pre proce He finally finaly confessed confessedto Ct4e Ct4eto
to entering enaln the te bath b houstis ho attd t jjV jjVup gave gaveup y
up over S100 SO of the th stolen stole money mo mone He Hewas HE Henes
was unable unble to account acont for tor the t rest r fur further furthe furthen ¬
then the than t that th he had ha spent sn it The T lad ladexonerated ld ldexonte ladexonerated
exonerated exonte his h two to companions comon and a they theywere th the thewere
were released rle They Te maintained 1ntn they te ho hal halnothng had hadnothing < i inothing
nothing nothng to t do d with wt enterlns entD the bath bathhouses bth bthhoue bathhouses
houses houe but had h bean b Invited Invite to so 1 o to tothe t tthe tothe
the lake le with wit young YOUI Thatcher ThatcherThe Tahe ThatcherThe
The Te young yo host hot admitted ante to the tl0 officers officersthat offer officersthat
that tht he climbod c1b over ocr the the oartitioas nltoDs to tothe tothe tothe
the bath b houses houe and ad searched sohed the te cloth clothing coh cohing clothjug ¬
ing He said sid he took tk only ony money awd an left leftwatches leftwrhe leftwatches
watches wrhe and ad other valuables vuable because bs he hecould hf becould
could not sell sl them the According AorlJ to th thboys thbys the theboys
boys bys statement statemet he began b his work ork soy several s soyeral ¬
eral days dvs aso 00 and and hasbeen b has bn been V at V Saltair Saltairevery Str Streve Seltairevery
every day da since sinceSheriff a4nceSheriff
eve snce snceSerff
Sheriff Serff Emery Eer was w unable ule to t s say y what whatcharge whatcharge t tcbge
charge cbge would be b filed tie V aemtost a azshi him himCounty 11 hitsCounty
County Count Attorney Atorney P P Christeaoen ChrteD Chnieten will willtake wi visittake
take te the te matter mte UT u > today tq l Matewht1cyoung Meanwhile Meanwhileyoumr Meanwhileyoung hif
young jail JalLFAVORABLE ji jailFAVORABLE oun Thatcher Tch will wH be h h held d at a tT ta t county eeratytake eeratyJalL cuty cutyji
6 C CFAVORABLE
FAVORABLE TO JAPS JAPSLaw JAPSLw
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Law Lw Interpreted Iterreted by United UnFd States StatesDistrict StatesDitct StatesDistrict
District Ditct Attorney Atrey For Hawaiian HawaiianIslands Hw EawaiianIslands a
I Islands IslandsHonolulu Islads IsladsHonolulu IslandsHonolulu
Honolulu Aug 8 via Ylo San Francisco FranciscoAug Facic FranciscoAug
Aug 15 16R R W Breckons Brokon who is Uni United United TJnited ¬
ted States Stte district distct attorney for this thisdistrict ti thIsdistrict
district distric has rendered an opinion opInin for forthe fortheJapanese or orthe
the theJapanese Japanese Japanee merchants merchatc association asociaton on onthe o onthe
j i the the territorial terriorial law which whic provides that thatnone tat tatnone thatnone
none but citizens citzens or persons persQs who are areeliglible areeUgUble areehiglibie
eliglible to become such suc shall shal be em employed employed employed ¬
ployed on any ay public publc contracts contract in the theislands te teislands theislands
islands Breckons says ys that the law lawis law lawIs lawIs
is unconstitutional uncnsttutonal and ad a violation violaion of ofthe otthe ofthe
the United UnledStates UnitedStates States treaty with wih Japan JapanIt Japa
It I is j understood undetood that tht the Japanese Japanesemerchants Japanesemerchants apaee apaeemerchants
merchants association associaton intends intnds to pre prepare prepare prepare ¬
pare a tent te t case and Insist Isist upon the theright theright theright
right of Japanese Tapese contractors contactor to bid bidon bidon bidpublic
on public publc contracts contct and employ their theircountrymen theircountren theircountrymen
countrymen countren as laborers laborersReports laborersR laborersReports
Reports R por have been bee received from the theisland theisland theisland
island of Hawaii of smoke issuing issuingfrom Issui issuingfront
from the te crater named naed Mokuaweeoweo MokuaweeoweoThis lokuaweeoweo lokuaweeoweoThI
This ThI is one of the outlets outet high on th thslopes the the theslopes
slopes of Mauna Loa La from which hich the thelast thelat thelast
last lat lava flow fow of that tat mountain came cameabout cae caeabout cameabout
about two years year V ago agoCORNELL ao aoGORNEll V VV VCORNELL
CORNELL WAS GREEN GREENIdaho GREENIdao GREENIdaho
Idaho Idao Han M Indicted Idcted by Grand Grd Jury JuryTTpon Ju JuryUpon
Upon the te Strength Sten of V His HisOwn Hs HsOw
Own Testimony V VSsecIal
Ow Testony TestonySJeclal 4 4Special
Special SsecIal to The Herald HaraldBoise Hera HeraldBoIse
Boise Bule Ida Ida Aug Au 15 1The hfiThe The attorney ato for fprIvan t9rIva forivan
Ivan Iva R Cornell Conel who was indicted indic by bythe bythe bythe
the grand grad Jury jr last lat Monday MondB far per perjury perjuo ¬ V Vjury
jury in connection with wt the land lan fraud fraudInvestigation fraudInvetgaton fraudinvestigation
Investigation Invetgaton filed fild a motion moten to qaiash qauh qauhthe qaushthe qaiashthe
the Indictment Indictent upon the ground gond that it i
had been returned return almost wholly o tat upon uponthe
the strength 8 glt of his own osv osvthe evidence befor b betorethe
the grand gand jury jlI inn and a that lie e bad not n t been beenwarned beenwarned
bn bnwanled
warned of his rights right nor told tld that ht htneed h hned hneed
need ned not so testify tetfy as to incriminate lerJmmntw him himself hints ¬
self s lf It I is i contended conte ded that tat there wa was no noauthority noauthort noauthority
authority authort to return the te indictment indictmentagainst Jrlcenl Jrlcenlaant Ifldietmentagainst
against aant him after ater he had hd been subpoenaed subpoenaedand
sloenaed sloenaedand
and forced for to testify before beore the te grand grandjury gnd gndJUD grandjury
jury juryCbrnell JUD V VV VCOrnell V
COrnell Corel was wa indicted indicte for prejury in mak making mak1ng susieinS ¬
inS an affidavit affdavit before bfore the to preury registrar of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the United rnte States Stte laud laId office offic resr at Lewis Lewieton Lewa LewaYz Lewiston
ton that h he had h filed n upon O his 1 1had timber timberclaim timberclaim
claim Yz Yzh for his l own benefit no and that he hehad hehad
had received reeive the money mone from his own ownfamily ownfaiy ownfamily
family faiy when in fact he made the filing ftng
in behalf bhalf of Geocge Gono H Koeter Kote with funds fundsssourad tunds fundsspurod
ssourad s ou dfrom from him lm The filing fUng of this thismotion tl tlmotion thismotiOn
motion ba ba has aroused arouse much muc interest Int and andthose andthose andthose
those keeping keping in touch with th the et land landfraud landrud landfraud
fraud rud casef cae case are speculating speulating as to what whatit what whatIt
It I may signify signifyTWO slg signifyTWO if
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TWO CHILDREN KILLED KILLEDf KILLEDBaden
4 f Baden Baden Btsden Aug AU 15 1T i5Twoehfi Twochil ccU ccUdren + f fdren
+ 4 dren were were killed kted during the motor mr mrca motorcar +
it car ca Reliability ReUablt run from Baden Ble 4 +
4 Baden Bade to Nuremburg Nuemb rg on the te sec sc + V Vcad
4 + and ad stage stge of the t competition cmpetUon for forte 4 4Eerkozner
4 + th te Kerkomer 1erkomer tpj trophy The Jhe adfci aci acidet acident +
+ 4 dent det occurred ocurred five fve miles mU8 from frm the the4v thent +
V 4v + 1 tart nt ° of the te race r e Wle while theeai the ws wsfr s srud 4 4V
+ 4 fr rounding rud a a corner cmer cornerV cornerV V V V V 7V J p Jt +
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