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THE SALT LAKE HERALD THURSDAY AUGUST 17 1903 i9O
PRESIDENT HAD HADMANY I IMANY IMANY
MANY VISITORS VISITORSAll
All Roads Lead Lc d to tofOyster Oyster Bay in the tlieSummer theSummer I
Summer Time TimeKEEP TimeKEEP LmeKEEP
KEEP MAKES HIS HI REPORT REPORTPRINTING REPORTPRINTING REPORTPRINTING
PRINTING OFFICE SCANDAL SOON SOONTO SOONTO SOONTOBE
TO TOBE BE AIRED AIREDOyster AIREDOyster AIREDOyLer
Oyster Bay L I L i1 Aug 1C IGPreslden IGPresldenHoo 16PresIdentrooseveit President PresidentUoosevelt
Uoosevelt Hoo evelt entertained at t luncheon to today toay tOtay ¬
day ay Baron Henelmuller the ambassa ambassador ambassa ambassaO1 ambassador ¬
dor O1 of AustroHungary Senator Dry Dryelf prytPlI DryWii
elf tPlI 11 of New York James M Beck Beckformerly B BeCk1flIery ak akformery
formerly assistant attornoygenoral of oftiu ofthe oflAfl
the department of justice Charles II IIKpp Hh 113ep
Kpp h p assistant a88lsta t secretary of the trqas treasury trqasur ¬
ury ur and Robert Bridges the author authorand authoranI authorand
and anI magazine writer writerAmbassador writerAmbassador writerAmbassadOr
Ambassador Hengulmuller desired to totake totake totake
take up with the president a matter matterconcerning matteroncerninS matterConcerning
concerning immigration which is pend pending pending ¬
ing between this country and Austria AustriaHungary AustrlaHungary Austriaflungary
Hungary HungarySenator HungarySenator flungarySenator
Senator Dryden and Mr Beok are arehere arehere arehere
here to discuss dlSQu insurance problems problemswith problemswItb problemswith
with the president The former is isIresident is1Jr isprtsIden
Iresident 1Jr sIdent of the Prudential Insurance Insurancecompany Insurancecompany Insurancecompany
company and anc the latter one of the at attorneys attorneys attorneys ¬
torneys of f the Equitable Life Assur Assurojice Aasur81ce A8sUrsf00
ojice 81ce society aoole y Assistant Secretary
keep chairman of what Is known as
the Keep commission appointed by the thepresident theilre9ldcnt theres1dent
president to inquire into the organi organixation oranition organivaIon
xation tion personnel system of accounts accountsnethods acoountsl11 accountsmethods
l11 methods > thods of correspondence and pur
bases has s of supplies and other matters mattersertalmng mattersrtaJning mattersertaining
ertalmng to the conduct of the Soy government go gornment Soyrnment ¬
rnment departments at Washington Washingtoncame Vnshingtoncame
came to Oyster Bay to lay before the thejirfesidont thept theprsldont
jirfesidont pt sldont the th result of the commissions commissionsInquiry commleslonsnquiry commlsSIOflRnqulry
Inquiry Into the affairs of the govern governn governn1fnt
n1fnt n nt PrInting office The Inquiry was wasAdopted wasAdopte wasftdOpted
Adopted with special reference to the thejettinr theettinr theitt1nr
jettinr of a contract for the purchase purchaseof
of seventytwo type setting machines machineswhen machinesVben
when It Ias announced that the con contract contract contract ¬
tract had been let to the Lanston com company comPMY cornvflny
pany the officials of the Mergenthalor Mergenthalorcompany Mergenthalercompony Mergenthalorcompany
company made a protest to President PresidentJloosevelt President1toORtWeIt PresidenttOOSeve1t
Jloosevelt He directed that the con conract conTact conract
ract be held up until the whole sub ¬
ject could be Investigated and then thengave thenae thengave
gave ae directions to the Keep commlson commls cominis4on
4on on Of to conduct the inquiry The Inves Investigation Investigation i itlgation
tigation occupied many man days much tes tesimony tesirnony tosrnony
imony rnony being taken The conclusions conclusionsof
of 0 the commission are contained in the thereport thereport thereport
report filed today by b Commissioner CommissionerKeep CommissIonerKeep CommissionerKeep
Keep with the president presidentWYOMING prEsldentWYOMING preslilentWYOMING
WYOMING RANCHMEN RANCHMENLOOKING RANCHMENLOOKING RANCHMENLOOKING
LOOKING SIDEWISE SJDEWISESpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldOheyenno HeraldheYenno HeraldI
Oheyenno I Wyo Aug 16 16Resldents 16Residentsvi Residents ResidentsT
T vi > f 1 this section are on the anxious scat scatas scatiB
as 1 a result of the mysterious visit of ofa ora I Iit
a special agent of the Interior depart department doportrIPnt departent ¬
ment ent One ranchman volunteered the theinformation thelrdormation i ii1lformatfon
information hes looking up land landfrauds landauds landfraUds
frauds auds and illegal fencing of govern governjTerrt governEnt governent
jTerrt Ent land and somethings going to todrop toilrop todrop
drop mighty sudden And this is about aboutall uboutall aboutall
all that can bo learned The Inspector Inspectormay Inspectorma
may ma be on an entirely different mis mission ml mlilll missLctt ¬
sion illl to this section but the guilty will willaturnlly willatumll vIIlituraIIy
aturnlly atumll be on the uneasy uneaS seat until untiloino uutUom untilfln
oino om time has elapsed after his bI de departure dejlartull departuro ¬
parture It It is said that probably 80 80pw SCent
pw 1 oent ent of tho ranchmen of Wyoming Wyominga Wyorniniolators
a oJ1 iolators of the law In that they theyve theyve
> ve e fenced government land to which whicht whIcht1ry whIchtY
t t1ry y have no right or title titleINVITED titleINVITED
11 11INVITED
INVITED TO HONGKONG HONGKONGManila HONGKONGTanlla HONGKONGManila
Manila Aug 1C IGThe The governorgen governorgenf
f al of Hong Kong has invited Secre Secrer Seereot
H < r > of War ar Taft and the members of ofN otI 01 01IN
I IN N i party to attend a banquet thore thorerim thorePh
rim Ph rl members of the party part haVe an anKivpr anPtfd anspred
Kivpr spred Ptfd > < l that they will stop one day dayat dayat da r rat
at Hong Kong and nd one night at Can Canton Canton Can0n ¬
ton 0n
tonMiss
Miss Alice Roosevelt I undecided as astj n 5 5t
tj 1 whether she 8b he will visit Peking Pekln and nndbelieved anc I Iji
1 ji M believed that she IB awaiting her herathprs herlUur8 heiathers
athprs < answer to the Invitation ox oxt utnrd oxtfliCd
t tnrd ndcd her u r to visit that place placeINDIGNANT placeINDIGNANT placeINDIGNANT
INDIGNANT MERCHANTS MERCHANTSPiuwma MERCHANTSPIIa MERCHANTSPanama
Panama PIIa Aug 10 10The The era ot comtnls comtnlsparlata commlsartaUl cominisiarlata
parlata In the canal zone by tho Isthmian Isthmiananal Isthmianana DthnIatana
anal ana commission is causing < < a 1 feeling of ofrret oreat o oTeat
Teat eat dtesention among Panama and Col Colon ColmftJ1nts Cotn ¬
on n m merchants rcliant An 0 JndJimatlon Jndr aUon meating meatingWAJ m Ung UngWA r rwas
was held here this evening and an appeal appealwill np l IWIU lwitt
will be made to President Amndor to In lntfneno Intono Inicrteno
tfneno in the merchants behalf It fr fra4mod 119 119I Iilaimed
I a4mod that Secretary Taft while heN horlast heNast hen1at
last Noven November > bor agreed not to establish establishcommissariats Q8tabltshomm1searints ostablisicommissarlats
commissariats in tho zone zoneARMY zonca zoncARMY zoneARMY
a
ARMY DESERTIONS DESERTIONSSt
St Paul Aug 16 IGA A wholesale dosor dosorlon d05rtlon dosorIon
< < tlon lon of privates fTOTn Fort Snelllnic was wasreported waslftP wa S Sreported
lftP reported < rtOO tod to tode < k y whon it ma as onnounood onnounoodthat announoedl I IViat
that l ot about fifty f1ft privates prfvnt had quietly loft lofti leCtpost bc t tPOSt
i post without p pernlls permiselon rniisIon < < lon The cauno caunor caUM1he I
r the desertion is said to have bo b been n dls dlsHtvimatlon dlsk dis1rnatIon
Htvimatlon on the part of Ute men to tor toa toSTRIKE t tvrik
r vrik 01 k k on oheoew the new rlf rifle r fo range rangeSTRIKE rangeSTRIKE n
a
STRIKE AT VIENNA VIENNAVienna VIENNAVienna
Vienna Aus Au 1 lSoTbe The workmen workmen in all allthe RJlhe a2 a2he 1
the he factories taet rles wont on strike today Their Theirattitude Theirattitude t tattitude
attitude Is threatening
WOULD RECLAIM RECLAIMUINTAH RECLAIMUINTAH RECLAIMUINTAH
LANDS LANDSXershaw LANDSKersliaw
UINTAH lAND i iKershaw
Xershaw Irrigation Project Is to toEin toEinPoy Em Employ Emp ¬
ploy p oy Hany ny y on Reservation ReservationCANWATER ReservationCA BeservatioiiQANWATER
CA CANWATER WATER LARGE L RGE AREA AREAI1 AREAt AREADIVERTING
I1 I1DIVERTING t I JI J JDIVERTING
DIVERTING WORKS W RKS NEAR NE R ROCKCREEK ROCK ROCKCREEK ROCKCREEK
CREEK PLANNED PLANNEDByron PLANNEDByroxi
Byron S Konahaw of American Fork Forkclaims Forkclaims 1iorkclaims
claims his bI irrigation scheme will not notonly notonly notonly
only be of great value to settlers s ttlern on ontho o otho onthe
tho Ulntah reservation by reclaiming reclaimingarid recJaImlngarid reclaimingarid
arid lands but because the work of ofconstruction ofconstruction ofconstruction
construction will give lc employment tti ttithe tUthe tothe
the settlers and thus assist them In Ingetting ingetting n ngetting
getting a start In his > application for forlifryone foriftyone
lifryone l secondfeet of water from the theDuchesne theDuchesne theDuchesne
Duchesne rivor Mr Ir Kershaw says h hproposes hproposes he heproposes
proposes by means of an irrigation irrigationditch Irrigationditch irrigationditch
ditch twentyfive miles in length IO lgth in including inqludlng including ¬
cluding laterals to insure an even evenHow evenflow evenflow
flow of water that th thatwlil twlU will glveysettlers giv sett1ers on onlands onlands onands
lands l which he particularly describes describesan
an even show with those on the river riverbottom riverbottom riverbottom
bottom By B constructing this canal canalmany canalmany
many acres aor s will be redeemctt re ccml which whichcould whichcould
could not be reclaimed by individual individualsettlers Individualsettlers individualsettlers
settlers owing ow ng to the great expense of ofconstruction ofconstruction ofconstruction
construction and the lack of organiza organization organizatlon ¬
tion in a community of strangers strangersthrown strLngersthrown strangersthrown
thrown together us settlers he says saysIn sasIn saysIn
In his application filed in the office officeof officeof ottbeeof
of State Engineer Caleb Tanner Mr MrKershaw MrKershaw Ir IrKershaw
Kershaw says he proposes to divert the thev theater I Iater
v ater at a point olnt where the western westernboundary westernboundayy J
boundary of township 2 south range 5 5west SW6St 5vost
west TTlntah special s clal base and meridian meridiancrosses meridiancrosses meridiancrosses
crosses the river This places the di diverting diyerUng diverting ¬
verting works near the mouth of Rock Roclccreek Rocltcreek Rockcreek
creek and at almost the exact geo geographical georaphicaJ geographical ¬
graphical center or the Uintah Indian Indianreservation Indianreservation Indianreservation
reservation
Characterof CJi racterof Soil SoilMr SoilMr
Mr Kershaw proposes to irrigate soil soilwhich soilwhich soilwhich
which he describes as sandy sttll y loanand loanandfine loam and andne andline
fine ne gravel with subsoil of sandy loam loamgravel loamgravel Qam Qamgravel
gravel knd nd boulders The area ar a pro proposed proposed proposed ¬
posed to be reclaimed by b the scheme schemelies schemelIes schemelies
lies in the immediate vicinity of the theproposed theprcpo thepropohed
proposed prcpo ed dam dam and Is particularly de doscribed
scribed as follows North orth half and andnortheast andnortheast
northeast quarter of southeast quarter quartersection quarter2001l0n quartersootlon
section 85 north half of north half halfsection halfsection
section 8 tJon 35 all section 30 10 west we t half halfsection halfsection haltsection
section SI n north half of northeast quar quarter quartt quarter ¬
ter section 51 southwest < quarter of ofsoutheast orsouthcRSt ofsoutheast
southeast quarter section section 31 southwest southwestquarter southwestquarter southwestquarter
quarter of northeast quarter < uarter section 31 31township iiitownship 11township
township 5 south range 4 west east easthalf eastha1 easthalf
half ha1 of southeast quarter section 36 36northeast 36northeast 36northeast
northeast quarter and northwest quar quarter quarter quayter ¬
ter of southeast quarter section 36 86east 36eaat 36east
east half of section 36 and east ea half of ofsouthwest of50uthwest ofsouthwest
southwest quarter section 25 township
3 southrange south range 5 west northwest quar quarter quarter quarter ¬
ter section 6 township 4 south range 4 4west 4west 4west
west and east eElst half of northeast quar quarter quarter quarter ¬
ter section p A l township 4 south range rangeS
5 west wastAn WQstAn westAn
An application filed by the Silver SilverShield SilverShield SliverShield
Shield Mining Milling company calls ballsfor imilsfor callsfor
for three secondfeet from the Silver
Shold tunnel about 2000 feet souths southswesterly Bouthwesterl3 soutbwesterI
westerly westerI from the northeast corner or ofsection orsection orsection
section 35 3 township 3 south range 3 3west ilwest I Iwest
west Salt Lake meridian Flume Flumeheadgate Flumeheadgate luxne luxneheadgate
headgate tanks and a 500foot channel channelare channelare
are provided for the water to be used usedIn
in the West Mountain mining district districtTHEY distrIctTHEY districtTHEY
THEY VIEW WITH ALARM ALARMBeneficiaries ALARMBeneficiaries ALARMBeneficiaries
Beneficiaries of High Tariff Protest ProtestAgainst ProtestAgainst ProtesiAgainst
Against Revision RevisionSan RevisionSan RevisionSan
San Francisco Aug 16 1ftAt At a meet meetIng mpetInS meetSIrig
InS today toda of the board of directorsoC directorsoCthe directors or orthe r rthe
the Manufacturers and Producers As Association ds dsBoelatlon association ¬
sociation of California CaU ornla the following
resolution was adopted adoptedResolved adoptedRcsolyed adoptedResolved
Resolved by the board of directors directorsof
of the Manufacturers and Producers Producersassociation ProducersassocIation Producersassociation
association of California that we view viewwith vIe vIewiti Iew Iewwith
with alarm the prospect of any changes S
In our tariff as dangerous to tho in ¬
dustries of our state and that we urge urgeupon urgeupon S Supon
upon congress not to make any alters ¬
tions in our tariff so that the prosperity prosperltof
of our great country may not be inter ¬
fered with withHORSFORDS withHPRSFORDS with1IORSFORDS
HORSFORDS HPRSFORDS ACID PHOSPHATE PHOSPHATECures PHOSPHATECures PHOSPHATECures
Cures Indigestion IndigestionNatures 1 IndigestIonNatures ndlgestlonNatures
Natures remedy for obstinate in ¬
digestion nervous dyspepsia headache headacheand headacheand 0 0and
and depression depressionMAY depressionMAY
t
I
MAY LEAD LEADTO TO TROUBL1 TROUBL1Fox TROUBLFet TROIJBLFog
Fox Morocco Aug 16 lBThu Thu sultan has ha S
declined d lIned to accedo to the demands of the th
French minister mlnl ler for the payment of an ni
indemnity and the release ret l1se of the Allah
1Ghnrb Si who wh was Arrested In cope consequence conRequence copequence ¬
quence of local troubles The sultan sultanclaims sultanoJoIms R Relahin
claims jurisdiction over all Algerian set ¬
tlements In Morocco The incident may nia y
l lwo lead ad to important developments developmentsHANGED deelonmontseo developmontHANGED
eo eoHANGED
HANGED BY A MOB MOBLake MOBLake MODLake
Lake Cormorant Mis Aug 16 16Henr Henry
Young a negro wno shot hot and killed klll t1 Ed d ¬
ward E Parry on tho Bass plantation
I near Lake Cormerant COl11 rant l last rt Sunday Bunda WIUi a
I taken from Sheriff Withers and s deputy
tonight and at the scene of the crime
hanged by an ax armed mob
a
Bath Robes RobesHeresthe RobesHerestheVerr RobesHeres Heres HeresVery t1 t1Very
Very Verr I Newest N ewest Jiast JiastArrived Jlf JlfArrlved S i
Arrived ArrivedMr i yii yiii
J Jft
i >
j ft ftIr
Mr Ir Adams discovece discovecethese discoveicithese iscovet f j jth
these th sc very swell w ll patterns patternsIn patt n < c <
In iUthe m the East E Eastand sand and this sliop sliopis sho shois oP oPis
is is the first to show them themMade themMade themMade
Made Made of Pongee Pong e Silk and andFrench a andFrench d dFrench =
French Souisette Souisetteahso Souisetteabsolutely abso absolutely 1 1I
< Jl Jllutely
lutely nothing better for forthe forthe tt ttthe
the bath b bathrobe th robe At 5 and
6 To be had oFois oFoisonly oliIsf of s sonly
f 7 7only
only onlyRICHARDSON onlyRIcHARDsoN b bI bj bRICHAR
I
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RICHARDSON RICHAR SQN ADAMS ADAMSCO Co CoACLOTHES CoItCLOTHES
I
JI JIA I
ACLOTHES A CLOTH S SHOP FOR FOftM MEN MENAt MENT rtt rttrm
At The rm LUc Sign Signof S 19n
of the he Four FourfJSJS T L Lii f
ii 21tN1AiN < SIDrmiirrr
THIS 1 r P
SCHEDULE SCREDULEISNOW IS NOW OUT OUTs OUTDenveiLoS
s II
Denver Denv IIDenv DenveiLoS i i LoS osAngel Angeles s TOurist T9 t Service Servicein Service Servicem i ervicein
in Operation Op ratioiiOver Over Salt SaltThe SaltJC
Lke JC j Route RouteThe ut utThe
The Rio Grande Gl Lnde i road ad bas has Issueo Is ua < t1fS t1fSs its itsschedule 1i 1ischedule
schedule s hcdUl ior Zoj tourist t Q lst slecRcr a leep Qmi service servicefrom grvice grvicefrom YI e efrom
from Denver thraughtp thrQugh 1Q Los Ariseles Ariselesover At15Ql At15Qlovcr AigQlesover
over the Salt Lake route ropte The new newservice newservice 11ewservIcels
service servIcels Is already alreadY bringing brlnklni many pas passengers pass ms mssengers ¬
sengers s ngers through Salt Lake Sufficient Sufficientstqpover Sufficl Sutfieiqntstqpovor nt ntstqpovor
stqpovor time is given by this service serviceto
to enable tourists to see something of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th city cityi cityFoUowJng cityFollowing
i Following Is the schedule scheduleWest
i iWest
West Bound BoundLeave I ILeaeDenver
Leave LeaeDenver Denver at 930 a m first day a aDenver
Denver Rio Grande No No1 No1Leave I ILeave 1Leave
Leave Colorado Springs at 1206 p m mfirst mfirst
first day Denver Rio Grande No 1 1Leave J JLeave
Leave Pueblo at 135 p mv m first da daDenver day dayDenver
Denver Rio Grande No 1 1Arrive 1ArrIve
Arrive at t Salt Lake at 135 p p m sec second second ¬
ond day Denver Rio Grande No No1 1 1Leave I ILeav
Leave Salt Lake at Sr3Q pVni t p > xn Obond secondday I
day S p L A S Xi No No1 No1Arrive 1 1Arrive
Arrive at Los Angeles AIlJQl s at 700 a m mfourth mfourth infourth
fourth day S P LI JHS S INo LNoJ LNoJeast JL JLEast 1
East Bound BoundLeave BoundLcave
I
Leave Los Angoles at 730 p m m4iili imj < nest nestday t tday
day S P Pi L A S L No No2 No2Arrive 2 2Arrive
Arrive at Salt Lake at atG GrSQ 304m 304mthird a ae nu nuthird Uithird
third day S P L A S L No Si SiLeave D DLeuye IbLeave
Leave Salt Lake at 350 3 O 1 p in third thirdday thirdday tiIrdday
day Denver Rio Grande No 2V 2 2Arrive 2Arrive
Arrive at Pueblo at 1235 13 m mfourth IJ1fourth infourth
fourth day Ubnver RloGcande RtoG ande No N NoArrive 2 2Arrive 2ArrIve
Arrive at Colorado Springs at 200 2O p pm pm pm
m 3 m fourth day Denver Rio Grande GrandeNo GrandeN GrandeNo
No N o 2 2Arrive l
Arrive oArrIve at Denver D nver at 4 42O b2 > 20 p m fourth fourthday fourthd fourthday
day d y Denver Rip R1 Grandee Gra11 Gran4e c No2 No2Coloradoans No o 2 2Coloradoan
Coloradoan in Salt SattLaJ Lake LakeNearly < e eNearlJ
Nearly 200 persons from southern and andwestern andwestern
western Colorado are in Salt Lake for fora J Ja
a ten days outing It is the annual annualexcursion
excursion on from San Juan points pointsover pointsover
over the Rio Grande road and this year yearit
it brought an unusual number of Colo ColoIadoans Cob 010 010mdoans I
Iadoans some of whom will look about aboutthp aboutthe
the city with a view of locating here or orin orII
in II the state Thovvisitors Thovl ltors are stopping stoppingat
at t various hotels Nearly all of ofthern ofthernUl them themWill
Will Ul remain the full fullt ten n days daysORDERS daysORDERS
ORDERS AS TO STUDENTS STUDENTSShort STUDENTSSh
Short Sh rt Line Declares Against Allowing AllowingThem AII AllowingThem wing wingThem
Them Brakemens Responsibility ResponsibilityTwo
Two general bulletins folj fQ IQ1 the guid guidance guidance ¬
ance of the employes on the Oregon OregonShort QregonShort OregonShort
Short Line system have recently been beenissued beenissnea
issued each intended to reduce to a aminimum aminimum
minimum the chances of acicdents acicdentsthrough acicdentthrough
through carelessness or inefliclency of ofemployes 01employes
employes One oft 01 the bulletins pro prohibits pro111blts prohibits ¬
hibits the employment of student studentbrakemen stu ent entbrakemen
brakemen and giving them the respon responsibility responsibility ¬
sibility usually u6uall placed on brakemen of ofexperience ofexperience
experience This order was necessitated necessitatedby
by the custom of sending sondin applicants out outover outoyer
over the road on student trips and in ina Ina
a short time should an unusual num number numbel numher ¬
her of extra men be needed putting putting1these
these students on for extra trios as asfullfledged astull I
fullfledged tull dged brakemen This practice is isto isto
to be discontinued and no brakeman is isto isto isto
to be given responsibility or wages until untilhe untillIe
he has had hadarnple ample experience to fit him himfor himtor himfor
for the work workAnother workAnother workAnother
Another order provides proId s that opera operators operators ¬
tors must furnish three copies c plcs of each eachtrain eachtrain eachtrain
train order instead of Vwo 10 o as hereto heretofore heretorore heretofore ¬
fore The extra order is for the brake brakemen brakemen
men The copy cop Is to be delivered to the thehead thehead
head brakeman at the same time that thatthe thatthe thatthe I
the engineer receives his copy cop The Thehead Thehead
head brakeman br kemon will after aft er reading it itpass ItPMS Itpass I
pass it to the rear brakeman Jt either eitherof eitherof
of these men notice any an discrepancies discrepanciesiQ s siv
iQ the orders or think that they are not notbeing notbeing notbeing
being exactly carried out they the are to tocall tocan tocall
call the attention utte tJon of the conductor to tothe tothe tothe
the circumstance circumstanceRailroad circumstanceRailroad circumstanceRailroad
Railroad Notes NotesS NotesIS
IS S d I Shattuc Shatt c traveling passenger passengeragent puss passengera ner nerafent
agent of the theE B O with headquarters headquartersin headquarterSI a
in Denyer Dem er is in Salt Lake City Citytv Cft CftW Cityw
W H l Bancroft vice lee lc president pre ldent oqd oqdgeneral aii Ll1dgeneral I Igeneral
general manager of the Oregon regon Short ShortLne ShortL ShortLne
Lne L ne returned yesterday yesterd y from a visit to tohis tohIs tchis
his ranch ranchMrs ranchtrs ranchMrs
Mrs trs S K Hooper wife of the gen general general genoral ¬
eral passenger agent of the Rip Ru Grande Granderoad Granderoad i iroad
road passed paS ed throughSalt through Salt Lakeyaster Lakeyasterday Lake sreater sreaterday QSter QSterday
day on her way from the coast to her herhome herhpmo heihome
home in Denvar DenvarThe DenvarThe DenverThe
The Mutual Improvement associations associationsfrom aS30ciatfonsfrom associatiomfrom
from the Jordan stake sent in pleasure pleasureseekers pleasureseekers S Sseekers
seekers to tho number of 175 on the Salt SaltLake SaltLake 1 1Lake
Lake route yesterday The visitors visitorsspent vIsitorsspent vlsitorspent
spent the day da at the lake and other re resorts resorts resorts ¬
sorts sortsThree sortsThree
Three ee hundrefa hundre oersonsf versons took t ok ad advantage adantage advantage
vantage of the KeithOBrien Keltll OBrien employes employesouting emvIQYesouting ernpl ye 3 3outing
outing to visit 18It Ogden canyon yesterday yesteraaThe
The Rio Grande roads excursion train trainleft trainleft tralileft
left yesterday mbrning m rning and returned returnedlast I IS
last last evening The Hermitage was the theobjective theobjective th thobjective S
objective point and a day was spent spentin spen t tIn
in the shade among amon the rocks by b the theriver theriver th4 S Sriver
river riverMiss riverl1ss riverMiss
Miss l1ss Myrtle Moore sister of J Lloyd LloydMoore LloydMoore I IS
Moore district passenger agent of the theSalt theSalt tinSalt S
Salt Lake route underwent an opera operation operation p ra ratlon ¬
tion for appendicitis at tho L D S Shospital Shospital Shospital
hospital Tuesday Dr A J Hoamer Hoamerperformed IIolmerperformod r rperformed
performed the operation operattollnrhloh which wwi en entirely entlrely entirely ¬
tirely successful suecO sfu1 Yesterday Mls MlsMoore Ml Ml1001C itriaMoore
Moore was recovering nicely from its itseffects Itseffects it iteffects
effects effectsWAR effectsWAR
9 9WAR
WAR GOD FOUND FOUNDIN FOUNDINLOFTY
IN INLOFTY LOFTY CAVEffN CAVEffNContinued CAV CAVContinqed A VEflN VEflNContinued
Continued from Page 1 1a 1a 1chamber
a big chamber chal iber hollowed 11011ow6dout lollow tl out by tjroslort tjroslortBy tjrosIOBy erosioIlBy
By his torch he saw stone cookln cooklnutensils QOQklng QOQklngutensl1s qoqklnutepsils r
utensils and tools on the cavern floor floorAt 11001At hootAt
At one end of the chamberwas chamber was this thiswar thiswar thi j
war god He H examined the figure and andafterward andafterward thici an anafterward ci 1
afterward told me of it itWe itve ItWe
We went to together ether to the the cliff The Theman Theman Th e eman
man made the ascent and lowered the theimage thehnuge tit 0 0image
image to the foot of tho precipice It Itwas ItWUi 1 1 1lviii t
was lviii > brought to me in Salt Lake by bywligon bygQn b I f
wligon gQn During Durin the trip the tholeamr luam ran ranaway rd n nayun Ia i
away ayun and the head was brdkon from fromthebody fromthe frot frotthebody a i
thebody thebodyThis the body bodyrhls
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anything like the homus of the cliff cliffdwellersC cureqwellerft clii if ifnalier t
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bow and arrow or spoar show that the theimago theImage th e eilrago 3
imago was that of some war god I Ibelieve Ibelieve Ibelieve
believe it is fully a thousand years old oldI i iI
I shall ship it to Washington to Dr DrMerrill DrI I
Merrill I rr11l The image was found July DiL6 16 16last 1 1last L6 6
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bledonostz and tho commander comma der pf the tli e
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C IHEYENNE Wyo Aug 1C lGJud lGJudW 16ZTudge Judge
CHEYENNE L 1 WS W S Metz Metzpassed passed through here yes yesterday ye5 ye5t ¬
terday t rday with a written wrltt n promise pr fulse of ofthe octhe
the t he county cotintyattorney attorney of Big Horn county countytlmtjtfe CQU1ttl CQU1t
tlmtjtfe tl t otJ e will dismiss < i the th charge of mur murder mu muder
der d er against Tom Caldwell Ca CaIdw dwell ll and Bob BobFraughtoja BobFraught
Fraught F < > > l the two men arrested in inUtah inUtah
Utah U tah last lnstwinter winter for or the assault on thS thSCody th
Cody C ody bank and the murder of Cashier CashierI
I 0 Middaugh and thus will prob probably probably ¬
ably a bly end the chase after the outlaws outlawswho outlawswho
who w ho committed that crime last No November N9 ¬
vember v and for whose apprehension apprehensionrewards apptehenslonrewards
rewards r of more than JSOJJO still stand standFraughton standFraughton
Fraughton and Caldwell C < ldweU who were wereemployed wereemployed
employed e eC in the mines at Atlantic AtlanticCity
City C zty at the time of the robbery were werearrested werearrested wererrested
arrested a at the request of Attorney W WL VL j
L Walls of Cody who was present presentai
ai a t the time Um of the descent onthe on the bank bankYIELDEDSEVEN ban banYIELDED
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OF THE ARTICLES ARTICLESContinued ARTICLESContinu ARTICLESContinud
Continued Continu d from Page 1 1Japan 1Japan
Japan J apan too will have her claim claimngainst claimngainstthePck1n against againstthe
the thePck1n Pekln government for the th restora restoration reatorafOil ¬
ion t fOil of the rOad after it was destroyed destroyedby
by b y tile Russian army the rebuilding o othe ot
the t he bridges and the chance ohan e In the thegauge thegauge
gauge g It is believed these two ques questions qUestJons ¬
tions t ions are left by the article for each eachcountry cfJchcountry
country C to arrange with the celestial celestialempire celesthifempire
empire e Russia Ru sla will also have to sat sofctie eettIe
tie t Ie a traffic t1lfflcarrangement arrangement with China as asthe asthe
the t he two roads together will constitute constitutethe C0118t1tutthe
the t he worlds best highway from Europe Europeto
to t o the Pacific and upon the operation operationandjcooperation operationandCooperatIon oneratlonncooperatIon
andjcooperation a of the two roads jtheir jtheirfuture ihcirfutt1re lheirthtIr
future success will depend It is sug suggested suggpdte sugeted ¬
gested g eted that it was this very v < ry question questionot questionotconsulting of ofconsulting
consulting c China which caused the thepostponement thepostponement theostponement
postponement p of the final acceptance of ofthis ofthis ofhis
pt
ps this t article but there Is nothing sub substantial substnntIat1o subtnntiatto ¬
stantial stnntIat1o s to support the suggestion suggestionQuestion sugg stlon stlonQuestion
Question Was Complicated ComplicatedThe
The question is complicated compIcated and it re required required ¬
quired q uired all of the morning mornlnganJ antf th thmajor the themajor
major portion of tho afternoon session sessionto sesioto
to t o come to the agreement in princi principle prInciple ¬
ple p ie It Itcan can be stated sta d that the th Chinese ChineseEastern ChlneeEastern
Eastern E astern road has paver been under underthe underthe
the t he administration of the minister ministeraS of ofways
ways aS and communications Prince Hil HilKbff H1IXoff
Kbff l but always under the control of a adirector ndirector
director d nominated by the ininistery inI tery of offinance offinance
finance f The present director dIr dlrq ctor tOr is 11 Mr MrWinsell
Winsell WIns ell There were persistent rumors rumorsabout rumorsabout
about a the hotellate hotel 10 late to that sevdral pow powers powers ¬
ers e ss including the Washington govern government overn overnment ¬
ment are bringing pressure to bear bearwar
upon Japan to forego the cost ot the thewar
war and content herself with such suchother suchother
other o compensation as she sheean cart secure secureout securoout
out of the railroad the Russian gussian prop property propert proprty ¬
erty ert e rty in Port Arthur A thur and D Palny Jny and the thecost thecost
cost of the maintenance of Russian Russianprisoners Russianprisoners
prisoners in Japan this only on the thetheory thetheory
theory t that Russia will qvehtually qvehtuallyagree qventUn11Yagree
agree to cede Sakhalin whicrr whI is now nowpotential nowpotentlalJ
potential potentiall4 conquered conq ered terrif territory ry This Thisis Thlaisundouhtedlythe
is isundouhtedlythe i s undoubtedly the line of ultimate ultimatecompromise ultimateCbm
compromise Cbm romlS f If compromise there is to I
beThe ili < be
> The Associated Asaocl tcd Press can state stateAuthoritatively 5tatonuthorit
Authoritatively nuthorit t ly that neither the quea
t tldh 1 of making Vladivostok Vl votok an open openport openp I
port p rC or the Amur river an interna international international
tional waterway as some papers have havestated havestated
stated is Included In the Japanese Japaneseterms Japaneseterms
terms which whi has as development d v lopm < pt have havedemonstrated havedemonstra
demonstrated demonstra cd were weretvon givon b brgtbe tll tl Ass4 Ass4cinted ssor ssorelated s sclat
elated clat Press the day they Were sul sulmltted su sumtted suisnttted
mltted by Japan JapanWarshipsAre JapanW JapanWihipsA
WarshipsAre W iShips ri Wanted Wantcd WantcdJap W ntdd I IJapan
Japan Jap will make a a stiff fight toy to the thepossession th thp
possession p ssess on of the interned Russian Russl n war wartShips warships
ships h Ivs
inf infAir 5 5s1r
Mr Air Denison the American Americanlegal legal ad adviser adr advser ¬
viser r of o the t11 Japanese mission ml thissI I9n nl spent spentmost spentmost spentm
most m stof of the day Hi his ofHcelboklhp ofifce 100khl okI up
the precedents on the subject Japan Japanis
is exceedingly anxious to obtain these theseships th thpseships l5e l5eships
ships and in Ijer h 1 r argiinaent argu ent will qubte quoteseveral qubteseveral qubteseveral
several intenaubnall internn 1 llapr isalpjcedents precedents c dents In sup support support support ¬
port of herldemand her d deihand I land jfejjie a iJe e reason why wh whthe
the Japaneseare so Insistent iiTient upon this thisarticle thisarUcJe thisarticle
article is because ofjfthofJr ott1 oh intention not notto notto notto
to apply the indemnlly ndemnU rf case onc ol1 ouslsail ouslsailbe shall shallbe haUbe
be received to > th the increase incr 1nornne use of the navy nav navThe
The indemnity Inden indeninit 1it will be beusld used for paying payingI
off financJalopligation financial obligatiQn incurred dur durlUg
I lUg the war tite he granilrig grantinof of pensions pensionsand pensionsand
and I the th thq development of the th Japanese Japaneseeducational JapanW3eeducatlonals
educational system stem stem To replace tho tholosses tho10sEes thblosses I
losses to the thefleetlneurred fleet incurred In the war warand warand warand
and to maintain mrlirit rn the the11eEt thefbedtUp fle t up p to a stand standard standard standard ¬
ard of 0 streiigth stre lgth and efficiency sufficient sufficientto
to defend Jx jiuiself erseif pttp Japan ktp n needs add additional addltlonabat addtional ¬
tional tlonabat battleships l hl1 > s aridcruisers and crul5ers if she sheobtains sheobtains sheobtains
obtains allof aU alloftlie of the Russianships Rus lanshlps now no in interned Interned intamed ¬
terned in neutral harbors and succeeds succeedsin succeedsraising
in raising a number of those sunk in inbattle Inbattle Inbattle
battle she will have saved the neces necessity necessft necessity ¬
sity sft for the present at < least 1eaatot of a alarge alarge alarge
large naval budget for construction constructionThe
The London government is strongly In Infavor Infavor infavor
favor of insistence under this article articleand articleand articleand
and Japan seems to have set her heart heartupon heartupon heartupon
upon the surrender sur ender of the ships tl1lp by byRussia byRussia bl blRussia
Russia RussiaM
M Witte has provisionally arranged arrangedto
to go with Baron Rosen fo o Magnolia Magnoliaon
on Sunday to spand spendthe the day with Bar Baroness BaronossR Baroness ¬
oness onossR Rosen RosenHAESTRENUOUS RosnAESTREtUOUS s n nHA
> HA HAESTRENUOUS E STRENUOUS TIME 1lMESecretaries 1 M E ESe
Secretaries Se retaries at Portsmouth Beginning Beginningj Begi ning ningto
to Show the Strain Strainortsmouth
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Portsmouth Portsm uthN N H AugV Aug i6 i6 I6oth I6othJapanese Both BothJtpnne oth othJapanese
Japanese o and Russian Rus Ian plenipotentiaries plenipotentiarieswere
were ele late for dinner tonight having havingstopped havi havingstopped ng
stopped at the thcj cottage cott < 1e of Mrs Pelrce Pelroefor Peireefor
for a cup of tea and to apologize for fornot fornot
not having reached there in time for tora toraformal forformal a
formal reception earlier In the after afternoon afternoon
noon noonThe noonThe noonThe
The weather this afternoon was all nIlthat
that could be desired < and the envoys envoysgreot1y envoysgreatly
greatly enjoyed their ride home homeThere homeThore homeThere
There was an informal dance given in InUte Inthe
the ball room this evening evenln with sev several seveal
eral of the th Japanese J anese in attendance attendanceAltlloUgh attendanceAlthough
Although the plenipotentiaries gen genorally ienorally
orally finish their tl1elr session between 6 and nndoclock
7 oclock the Secretaries whose duty dut it itIs itis
is to prepare the protocols and cable the theresults theresults
results home seldom see their beds be before before
fore 2 oclock in the themorning mornln mornlng As they theymust theymust theymust
must be up before 9 in the morning in Inorder inorder
order to reach the navy yard ard by 930 tt30they 30 30they
they are beginning to show the strain strainThe 5tralnThe strainThe
The mosquito pest has not yet returned returnedbut returnedbut returnedbut
but in case it shouldBaron Komura and andM
M 1 WhIte if theyfollow the gratuitous gratuitousadvice grat gratuitousadvIce ltou ltouadvIce
advice they have tave received will know knowhow knowhow
how to cope c < > pe with the Invaders Next to tothe totho tothe
the sea mosquitos are M I Wittes most mostdreaded mostdreaded
dreaded enemy enemyM
M WlTTpS WITffS MISSION MISSIONEnvoy MISSION MISSIONEnvoy I6ISSIONEnvoy
Envoy Has Other Objects Objc t in View Vic w Be Besides Bcsides 6csides ¬
sides Making Peace PeaceSL PeaceS1 PeacePetersbug
SL Petersburg Aug 16 16It It is JgCX JgCXlah ex explained oxplaipod ¬
plained lah ed to the Associated Press this thisi thisafternoon thisafternoon
i afternoon that Mr Vltte Wlttes mission ljt ljtaddition IJIaddition inaddition
addition to undertaking peace negotia negotiations negotlaUons negotiatlpiis ¬
tions was for the purpose of correcting correctingcertain c coiectlngertain rrecUngertain
ertain mistaken impressions In Amer America ¬
ica regarding the attitude of the Rus RusI Russian Russian
I sian government on tho Jewish ques ¬
tion He 30 is to explain too the gov jOvornmen governments govornment ¬
ernments ornmen s proposals for reforms a acommittee acommittee acommittee
committee of ministers after careful carefulconsideration cJlreulconsideration carefulconsideration
consideration having formulated formulntedaproject a aproject a aproject
project for reform reformwhfcb which it has been beendecided beenI
I decided d cided to submit to the proposed na national national ¬
I I tional assembly for final action actionM
M Witte as president of the council councilof councilof
of ministers is familiar with the Rus RusI Russian Ruesian
I sian governments intentions regardfnsr
the jews ews ws and has also a close personal
i knowledge of the Jewish question in Ina111 all
its itedetails itedetailsProminent details a tails tails1romll1ent MV
Prominent Jewshero Jens here iiowever boWeverpeesimiiitie tvVe tvVepessimistic 16 16peSslml
pessimistic peSslml Ur regarding the outcQmo of
1 the promised reforms and linvo Jm HW 1It1a
and a as nd the killing of Middaugh He was wasshot wasshot washot
shot s hot at bYthe robbers and claims to tohave tohave toave
have h ave returned returned the fire although it was wasfound wasfound witSound
found f when wh n the robbers had fled that thatthe thatthe thathe
the t he gun carried by b Walls had a a bent bentbarrel b bentarrel nt ntbarrel
barrel b bf and had not been fit for f r service servicefor s serviceor rvIco rvIcofor
for f or years Walls insisted that Cald Caldwell Caliwell Caltiell ¬
well w ell and Fraughton were tho right rightmen rightmono rightan
men ro an and us their reputations had been beenbad beenad
bad b ad they were promptly arrested A Afew Atew Aew
few f ew weeks weel s after the robbery they re removed removed reoved ¬
moved m oved to Vernal and Price Pr1 Utah and andthis andthis andhis
tm this t was looked upon as a suspicious suspiciousmove suspicIousmove suspiciousove
move moveJudge moveTud m ove oveludge
Judge Tud e Metz said that the authorities authoritiesdid
did di d not have a scrap of evidence against againsthisclients llSainsthistlIents againstlscllents
hisclients h while on the other hand a adoan adoZ aoZrn
doan doZ d oZrn n alibis could be established for the theprisoners theprIsoners therisoners
prisoners prisonersIt p risonershi
It I iJ asserted ass rted that Fraughton and andCaldwell andCaldweU andaldwell
Caldwell C may i ay bring suit against At Attorney Atrney t ttorney ¬
torney to rney Walls and the Biff BI Horn county countyottlclals co countyfficials nty ntyoftlcials
o ottlclals for false Imprisonment Imprisonmenthope txnprIso1h1enthope tinprisonthentope
oh
hope h ope for favorable Jewish legislation legislationfrom legIslationtrolUtl1p legislationrom
from trolUtl1p f rom tho douma doumaAgain dournaAgain toumaAgain
Again Pessimistic PessimisticReports PcsslmlstlcReports PessimisticReports
Reports received from Portsmouth Portsmouththat
that t tt negotiations may be cronen off at atthe atthe athe
the t he end of the week and possibly possiblysoorfer possiblYsooner possiblyoarCer
sooner s have found a distinct echo in inhigh InhIgh inighs
high h ighs official quarters here where pes pessimism pcslmlsm pesmlem ¬
simism si is distinctly d1 tlnctly nottcettme The Theannouncement Theannouncement Theneuncement
announcement a that the emperors emperorsmanifesto emperorsman1esto emperorsanifesto
manifesto m summoning the douma will will1elssuod wille
ho 1elssuod b e Issued Saturday has added to this thispessimism thispeJslmism thisesImism
pessimism p because it had been de declared declared deared ¬
clared d ared that th t its date of Issuance would wouldbe
be b e dependent either on the conclusion conclusionof
of o f peaco or the breaking bre tlng off of f the ne negotiations negotiations neotiatioflB ¬
gotiations gotiationsRUPTURE gotiationsRUPTURE g otiatioflB otiatioflBRUPTURE
RUPTURE EXPECTED EXPECTEDAlleged EXPECTEDAlleged EXPECTED1ieecl
Alleged A 1ieecl Interview lnterviewWlth With M Witte by byParis
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Paris Pa is Correspondent CorrespondentParis
Paris Aug 17 17The The Matinstates Math states that thatM thatd
M I d Witte has informed its Portsmo Portsmouth Portsmouthcorrespondent Portsmouthorrespondent th thcorresponfel1t
co correspondent c that he expects to leave leaveon leayeOn leaven
on o n Aug 21 that he never thought th ught there therewould therewould thereould
would w ould be a happy issue to the confer conference conference conferrnie ¬
ence e rnie and that he did not understand understandwhy understandwhy understandhy
why w hy the Japanese wished to continue continuethe continuethe continuehe
the t he discussion after the delivery of the theRussjon 111eRussJan theussian
Russjon R ussian note last Saturday rejecting
the t he two most Important clauses of the thoconference th thconference theonference
conference c namely reimbursement for forthe forthe forhe
the t he cost of the war and the cession of ofSakhalin ofSakhalin ofahhalln
Sakhalin S clauses which the Japanese Japanesethemselves Japanesethemselves Japaneseemselves
themselves th emselves declared to be irreducible irreducibleThe IrreducIbleThe irreducibleThe
The Maiiji Ma correspondent was in informed Informed inormed ¬
formed f by M Matsumoto a Japanese Japanesedeputy Japaneseeputy e edeputy
deputy d eputy who accompanied the mission missionunofficially missionunofficially missionnofficially
unofficially u that it was difficult to see seehow seehow seeow
how h ow accord could be arranged Within Withina Withinfew
a few days he said the t e plenipotentiar plenipotentiaries ¬
ies i es would have eight clauses accepted acceptedand acceptedand acceptednd
and a nd four clauses rejected rejectedSupposing rejectedSupposing tejectedSupposing
Supposing Japan waives the clauses clausesearing i ibearing Ibearing
bearing b on the surrender of the in interned inerned ¬
terned t warships and the limitation of ofRussias ofRussias ofussias
Russias R naval power In the far east eastsaid eastsaid eastaid
said s Mr Ir Matsumoto will iU Russia ac accept accept acept ¬
cept c ept the two other objectionable clauses clausesrelative clauseSf clauseselative
relative r to the reimbursement and the theession
cession c of r Sakhalin SakhalinEverybody Sak1tdInEverybody SakliallnEverybody
Everybody tells me he continued continuedthat continuedthat continuedthat 1
that M Witte Vlttewill will not listen to such sucha suchproposition
a proposition Consequently I believe beUevethat believehat
that t there will be a rupture but do not notsay notSay notay
say Say h ay on what day Why Wh t then lose time timen j I Iin
in I n discussion when it is known that thatIt thatt j
it i t Is Impossible to reach an agreement agreementon
on o n the two principal prh points pointsAUTO I IAUTO I
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SoIssaGs Sol us France Aug ug 1C IGHenr Henry De La
RR Rticbefoucauld Rtic R eoucauld son of Count CQuntchl Chls IDe La Laday Laouchefoucauld
Rou R ouchefoucauld beoucauld was seriously injured to toay 1
day cl ay in an automobile nutomo IO accident accidentMuddy 1
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man has a right to pass u law that thatwill thatwill thatwill
will prevent anther from using Uq liquor or or ortobacco ortobacco11 oxtobacco
tobacco tobacco11 If he wants want to use either We Weare Yc Ycare Vtare
are merely presenting to the thepubllo thepublloharmless publio a s sharmless
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