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ROOSEVELT SUGGESTED SUGGESTEDPLAN SUGGESTEDPLAN SUGGESTEDPLAN
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PLAN ARBITRATION OFARBITRATIONPossibility OF ARBITRATIONI ARBITRATIONPossibiIit I
1 1Possibifity
Possibility PossibiIit of Its Acceptance AGGep ance by the Czar ar of ofRussia ofRussia ofRussia
Russia RussiaBoth RussiaBoth
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Both Sides SidesHave SidesHaveScoffed Have Scoffed at the Idea During DuringtheConferenceand DuringtheConferenceandthe theConferenceand theConferenceandthe the Gonferenceandthe
the OuUook For Peace e ee is Not Ifariicularly IfariicularlyBright E ri r1icuIarJy r1icuIarJyBright I ly lyright
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1 4 + t 4 + + MMMiMHtMM t t f + 4 t + t + ± t + + f t + + + + + + + H + + + + + 1 + + + 4 + + + + + + t + t + + + t t t t + t t tPortsmouth t t t tPortsmouth H M f 4 4Portsmouth
+ Portsmouth N H Aug 30 20The The Assoelatld Assoell AssoctLLt1 tld Press is able to announce announcethat announcet t
+ t that thefeature of the th proposition of President Roosevelt communicated communicatedthrough communicatedthloUlh communicatedthrough +
+ through Baron Roeon to M WItte and by the latter to Emperor Nicholas Nicholaswas Nicholaswas NicholaswaSp
+ was based on the principles of arbitration Whether the president con contemplates contemplates +
4 templates arbitration of all of the articles articles on which the plenlpoten plenlpotentiarles plenlpotenUarles plenipotentiarles +
+ tiarles have failed to agree or only on the question of Indemnity cannot cannotV cannotbe cannotbe +
+ V be stated with 1 + v positiveness nnl l c Vt but It l Is la more mr > T > o than hnn han Drobable TiTnhnVtlo that thnt if it relates rfilateSonly relatesonl + L LonLy
+ only onl to indemnity or to Indemnity and the cession of the island of ofSakhalin ofSakhalin
4 Sakhalin Neither is it possible to say whether the president has yet et made madea 4
1 a similar proposal to Japan JapanThe +
4 The customary u tomar3 diplomatic proceedings In Inaych such a case would be to sub submit submit submit I
+ mit the proposal simultaneously to both countries but there might be bean beS bean + I Ian
S + an advantage In n securing securln the adherence of one before submitting It to the theother theother + I Iother
+ other To Emperor Nicholas the author of The Hague peace confer confercnce conferenee 4 4enee
+ enee the suggestion of arbitration which will necessarily immediately immediatelycommand 4 t
4 command the sympath of the public opinion of the world will be par particularly partlcularly particularly
+ ticularly hard to reject If he agrees Japan if she has not already alreadydone alreadydone alreadydone
+ done so will be all the more m re bound to submit umit her claim to the decision of ofan ofan ofan
+ an impartial arbitrator arbitratorAcceptance arbitratorAcceptance 4 4Acceptance
+ Acceptance by both sides would woul involve a great extension of the theprinciple theprinciple t tprinciple
+ principle of arbitration as nations have heretofore he tofore declined to arbitrate arbitratequestions ar arVjtratequeatlons itrate itrateque
+ questions que Uons involving their honor and dignity Both Mr Takahira and andM anaM andM +
+ M Witte in the th > early stages of the conference absolutely rejected reject the theidea theIdea theIdea +
+ idea of arbitration and only yesterday both bOt h reiterated their disbelief in insuch insuch t tsuch
+ such a solution It was noticed ha h wovor eyor that M WIttes opinion was wasnot wasnot wasnot +
+ not expressed expre ed as strongly < as s it was lastweek last ast week eek eekl I IS IA +
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T TPORTSMOUTH
flORTSMOUTH ORTSMOUTH N H Aug 20 20The 20Thechances 21LTher The Thet
t PORTSMOUTH r chances of peace have undoubt undoubtedly undoubtdl undoubtedly ¬
edly > dl been een improved by b President PresidentRoosevelts Presidentr PresidentI
I r S Roosevelts action in stepping into the thebreach thebreach theS
breach in a last heroic endeavor to in induce Induce Induce ¬
duce the warring countries to compro compromise compromise comproraise ¬
mise their irreconcilable differences differencesbut
but the th result Is still in suspense suspenseThe suspenseThe suspenseThe
The ultimate decision of the confer conference conference conference ¬
ence has h11 passed yj 0 St Petersburg and andin andin andin
in perhaps a lesser extent to Tohio TohioAlthough TOkloAlthough TokioAlthough
Although there are collateral evidences evidencesthat evidencethat evidenceMthat
that pressure both by Presidit Prestd llt Roose Roosevelt Rooseelt Roosovolt ¬
volt elt and neutral powers including
Japans ally Great Britain whose whoseminister whoseminister whoseminister
minister Sir Claude MacDonald ac according acordlng according ¬
cording to a dispatch received here had hada
a long conference this afternoon with withMr withIIr
Mr Katsura the Japanese Ja3an premier Is iestill isMill
still Ull being exerted at Tokio to induce induceJapan InduceJapan ln1uceJapan
i Japan to moderate her demands There rrherf1s
1 is al also o reason to believe that President PresidentRoosevolt PresldtmtRoosevt PresidentRoosevlt
Roosevolt was able at his interview interviewwith Interviewwith Interviewwith
with Baron de Rosen to practically practicallycommunicate pracUcaUcommunicate practicallycommunicate
communicate to the Hitters senior M MWitte MWitte 1 1Wltte
Witte Japans irreducible minimum minimumivhat mlnlmumWhat minimumwhat
What she would yield Ield but the point be beond beyond
yond ond which hleh s site he would not go goLittle goLittle goLittle
Little Encouragement Given Givenlothel GivenWIother
WIother lothel an actual basis of cum cumpro cornprontle
promise promisedont pro 1 1iP was prop08ct b bY Wie Pt pzs
dont dentlaM1Ql ouiHiQt be stated definitely The Theonly Theonly rIIConly
only thing that can be affirmed posl posiS
S lively is that if Russia refuses to act actSJjwn actn actthe
1 > 0
SJjwn n the suggestion or proposition propo ttlon of ofPresident of1
President P Prtsi itlent Ient Roosevelt the peace confer conference contere confereTee ¬
ence e ce SvJJL w3I J1 end nd iu h failure Aitg Afl tn tno thoPUss1t1n th ththss1iln tnoRusstffn
Russtffn camp c in little encouragement Is Isgiven hr1en 1 1gtven
given givenBaron gtvenBaron 1en 1enBaron
Baron de Rosen reached here after an anall anall au auall
all night ride from Oyster Bay Ba shortly shortl shortlbefort
before noon and immediately went into intoconference intoonCerenee intotonferenco
conference with M Witte They Th v re remained remained yemalned ¬
mained closeted together for almost almostthree almostthree almostthree
three hours during which the whole wholesituation wholesituation wholesituation
situation was reviewed Baron de doRosen deHosen deRosen
Rosen communicated to his chief the thepresidents th thpresidents thepresidents
presidents m 1nessae 8sase and it was trans trans1nitted transmitted
initted to Uie emperor together with withM withM
M 1 Wittes recommendations No clue clueto clueto clueto
to the nature of this recommendation recommendationhas reCommend u uha
has ha transpired But it can be said saidthat saidthat saidthat
that M 1 Witte no matter how he per personally personall personally ¬
sonally sonall may view vlc the proposition is isdistinctly Isdistinctly isdistinctly
distinctly Bessimistle as to the char character charactpT character ¬
acter of the response which will come comeL comefrom
L from St Petersburg PetersburgJaps PetersburgJaps
Japs Want Money MoneyTo
To a confidential friend this afternoon afternoonhe
he offered little hope of a change in the thesituation thesituation thesituation
situation The Japanese it is firmly
believed cling to the substance of the theform theform theform
form of their demand for remuneration remunerationfor
for the cost of the war warPerhaps warPerhaps ar arPerhaps
Perhaps they are willing to decrease decreasethe decreasethe decreaser
r the sum asked but substantially substantia com compensation cornpensation ¬
T pensation under whatever guise it Is Isobtained isobtained Isobtained
obtained they the decline to relinquish And Andthey Andthe Andthey
they the also are firm upon the cession of ofSakhalin ofSakhalin ofSakhalin
Sakhalin By the transfer of the thesouthern thesouthern thesouthern
southern branch of the Chinese Eastern Easternrailway E Easternyailway stern sternTailway
railway first to Japan for relinquish relinquishment relinquishment relinquishrnent
ment to China payment for the main maintenance maintenance maintenance ¬
tenance of the Russian Ru slan prisoners prl oners and andthe andthe andthe
the surrender or the Russian warships warshipsit
it Is possible to figure out a total trans transfer transfer transler ¬
fer to Japan in money and property pro propertyof propertyofn pert of ofabout orabout
n about 250000000 But this Is the limit limitSilent limitSilent limitSilent
Silent as Usual UsualThe UsualThe UsualThe
The Japanese < f as a usual are very er re reHeeHt reticeiit
ticctit and it is impossible ImDos lble to obtain obtainfrom obtahtfrom
from them the least indication of their t1elrview theirview
view of the change in the U o situation pro produced promThced
ducfid by the U tb presidents JrfBId 1ts action It is istaken Istaken Istakefl
taken for grunted that the president presidentappeal presl presidentsappeal Qllt Qlltappe
appeal appe l was made to Japan as s It walt wa to toRussia t toRussia r rRussia
Russia but the Japanese side of the thenegotiations thenesotlaUons thenegotiations
negotiations looking to a compromise is isalmost J5almost isalmost
almost completely in the dark It Is Isunderstood Isunderstood isunderstood
understood that Baron Kaneko was wasable wasable wasable
able to explain the Japanese views to tothe tothe tothe
the president if the president is sue successful sueessful sueessful ¬
essful < with Russia it may mil be that he hewill hewlll hewill
will then turn to Japan That would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be the natural course If he hs sug sugfair sugJcst suggest
Jcst d fo Russia what he regards as a afair afair
fair compromise and has undertaken undertakenRussirC if ifRussia 1fRussl
Russia Accepts to use se his influence In uonee to toinduce toInduce toinduce
induce Japan to rfceept eeJt But It Is not notprobable notprobable notprobable
probable that he was able to assure 31 31spoke I IWItte IWitto
WItte Nevertheless Mr Cnkfbara 1iiktbaraspoke Cnkfbaraspoke
spoke as It he henilght might be called to toOyster toOyster toOyster
Oyster Bay Ba He would only any ty posi positively tlosftlvely posftively ¬
tively that he had as a < i yet received no nosummons nosummons no5summons
summons
Child Not Yet Born BornThe BornThe BornThe
The Japanese vfaw of the situation ie ieauthoritatively Ieauthorltatjhely isauthodtaely
authoritatively but butrathor rather rath or humorously humorouslystated humorousbstated humorouslystated
stated thus thusThe thusThe busThe
The result will bo known soon It is isuseless Ieuseloss isuseless
useless to speculate pI or for the pleni plenipotentiary plenipotentiary plenipotentiary ¬
potentiary to give Ie his ortinion o = Inlon of the thesex the5e these
sex 5e of the unborn infant When en the thechild thehnd thehlld
child hnd Is born we will be able to toll tollwhether tollhethor tollaheflior
whether it is a boy bo or a girl girlEmperor girlEmperor girlEmperor
Emperor Nichols decision upon uponwhich uponwhich uponwhich
which the fate of the conference seemR seemRnow se somsnow R Rnow
now to hang will according acco in to th the betInfonned best bestInformed bestinformed
Informed Russians depend upon Qon conditions ¬
frJ j ditions at home h me and these condition conditionthey conditIonthEY eonditionsthey
they do not believe are propitious The Thfemain Themain Thbmain
main big factors are the internal con conditions c cnditions n ndlUons ¬
ditions and the reports from the fronl fronlas lrdnlas frdnlas
as to the themJlltary military situation The former formerhas formerias ornw ornwlJ1as
has ias been ameliorated by last SoturadYs Suturadysmanifesto SoturadYsmnnlfest SoturadyspmnifetO
manifesto < f find and d the character charneler of the ro roporVr TOporr roI
I porVr rooeifed by b his majesty from fromManchuria fromManchurlaaft
L1 Manchuria Manchurlaaft are known to be good goodLIneyitch JoodoLin goodT5
T5 oLin LIneyitch yi ch PromisesVictory PromisesVictoryGeneral Promise > Victory VictoryGlneral
General Linevitch has expressed e ab absolute ab abIQlute absolute ¬
solute confidence li 14 victory and since sinceHIP alnc1hp inc inclime
HIP conference onfer < > ncc bcgjin hl n he and his gon gonerals gonerals gonorals
erals have 11Qve110t not only reassured his majr majrcsty maui maJcsty mauiesty
csty that the armjijWas arm aratil > 1 i was a never In bet better better ¬ I Iter
ter condition condl fon but they have sent mos messages mosRages mossages ¬
sages to M WitteImploring Wltt 1mplorlng him not notto no noto noto
to make makopeace peace They demand an anop anopDort op opportunity oportunity ¬
portunity Dort unity to f retrieve th the honor and
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J J 1 1prestige f T T T T T T Tprestige
prestige of tho army arm and in a country countrywhere countrywhere countrywhere
where the army is the bulwark of the thegovernment Uleovolnment thegovernment
government the wishes of Its generals generalsare generals generalsare
are not llkpl Uk Iu pl lf to be disregarded disregardedb1 disregardedb1their byt byttheir by bytheir
their sovereign Not only on I to make peace peacebut peacebut peacebut
but to pay tribute to the enemy would wouldtherefore wouldthetefore wouldthetefore
thetefore be a difficult task for the theemperor theemperor theemperor
emperor notwithstanding his love and anddes anddesre anddesre
des desre ro for Qr iiunee iiuneeIt ulaeeIt uaee uaeeIt
It is significant in this connection connectionthat connectionthat connectionthat
that M 1 Wittu took oqcaslon o < < caslon today to toformally totormaJJ toformally
formally tormaJJ deny through the Associated AssociatedPress AssociatedPress AssociatedPress
Press the th published reports from St StPetersburg StPeterbur StPetersburg
Petersburg Peterbur to the effect that a meet meeting mecting meeting ¬
ing 6Cthe Cth cquncil cqun < ril for the national de defenses defenso ¬
fenso was held presided over by b the theGrand theGrand theGrand
I Grand Duke Alexis and in conse consequence conscqucne consequenee ¬
quence of that the emperor has tele telegraphed teleI telegraphed ¬
graphed M f Witte to cpme to an under understanding undorstanding under1standlng ¬
I 1standlng standing with the Japanese JapanesePure JapanesePure JapaneseI
i Pure Invention InventionM
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I M I Titte itie said saidi 881 id < 1 1I S SThe
i Tho report is a pure invention InvonffonThere inventionThere
j I There Is I pot ot a word of truth In it iti
i The national council for defense has hasheld hasheld hasheld
held no meeting The Grand Duke Dukej DukeNicliola
j j Nicholas Nichoh never uttered a statement like likethat IIkcth liketht
that th t attributed to him On the con conjftrary conrtray conp
j jftrary p + trary the news from General Linevltch Linevltchi
i I is entheiy en tIT ey reassuring I am not a mil 1011It
i It ary ry Jnari J jpan5iip1 lri and I cannot therefore give giveudvfee giyeor
or Wtfhps sxjs ttrqjiilS opinions opimmlons1on on military miIfturya
affairs a but what I know is that the
whole Russian army and especially especiallyGenerar cspoclalJGenela especiallyGenerat1Linvitcli
Generar Generat1Linvitcli Linevltch his officers and the thesoldiers thesoldiers
soldiers under their command are tire most mostUib mostl11s4lent most1h51mtmipt
Uib l11s4lent tan t thatlieuee that tli Jfonce should not be cbn cbnatu con conotttdCU conolttddtl4
atu otttdCU fcttfV fcttfVLast >
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Last Week of Conference ConferenceThe
The Th issue will not necessarily be de decided 1ecided e ecJded ¬
cided on Tuesday TueMa Indeed it is quite quitelikely quitelikely quitelikely
likely that there may be some delayin delayinthe
the answer from St Petersburg in inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which case an excuse will Ill be e found r und to toadjournthe toadjOU1nthe toadjournthe
adjournthe meetings meethl S over from day to today today today
day The Japanese will not be im imputient
putient but the final decision will willwithout willwithout willwithout
without doubt come this week One Oneof Oneof
of o the members of the Japanese mis mission mission misaba ¬
sion tonight expressed the opinion that thatwhether thatwheth thatwhether
whether wheth r a treaty was signed or not notthe notthe notthe
the conference would complete its la labors Iahors ¬
hors By the end of the week weekOncethe weekOnce weekOncethe
Oncethe Once the bases are agreed to said saidlie
he few PW details remain rem in to be arranged
He H added that he did not believe any anymember
member mem er of the mission would go to toOyster toOyster toOyster
Oyster Bay The president he said saidfully saidfully saidfully
fully understands our position positionOuting positionOuting positionOuting
Outing of Attaches AttachesAfter AttachesAfter AttachesAfter
After his conference with M Witte
Baron De Rosen went to Magnolia in inan inan inan
an automobile and will not return until untiltomorrow untiltomorrow untiltomorrow
tomorrow Several of the Japanese and andRussian andRussian andRussian
Russian attaches made a cruise on the the1Iaflowor
Mayflower In the afternoon as guests guestsof
of Commander WInslow M 1 Witte Ute took tookan tookan tookan
an outing ouUn in an automobile When he hewas hewas hewas
was about ten miles from the hotel hotelone ho hotelone el elone
one of the tires bursted and there was wassome wussme wassome
some delay in getting a conveyance to
bring brln him to the hotel hotelThe hotelThe hotelThe
The Russian chief plenipotentiary plenipotentiarycomplained plenlpotentiacomplained plenipotentiarycompioined
complained that lie h was not feeling feelingvery feelingvery ceUngvery
very well tonight but said there was wasnothing WIl WIlJlothhlg wasimothimig
nothing serious the matter Ith him
Baron Komura and Mr oIl Takahira at attended attended attendeil ¬
tended church In Portsmouth today todayHIS todn todnHI todayS todayHIS
S HIS HI LAST EFFORT EFFORTPresident EFFORTPrcsicent
President Roosevelt Awaiting the theResult theft theS the4R
S 4R ft Result suit at Oyster Qy ter Bay BayOystor BayOygtor BayOyster
Oyster Buy Aug 20 20No No news of de developments deYoIopnentS tievoIopmnent ¬
velopments In the negotiations for forRoosevelt torpeaae forpea
peaae pea in tJ 4t Iar az east reached President
Roosevelt today tbda The president re remained remained remalned ¬
mained quietly at Sagamore Hill dur ¬
ing the greater part of the day da and
the executive office in the village was wasclosed wasclosed wasclogect
closed except for an hour or two A
few dispatches were W 1e sent and some somewere somew somewere
were w re received but they are understood
to have been of a routine character characterThe dlameterThe characterThe
The presidents effort to bring about abouta
a successful issue of the peace confer conference conference conferonce ¬
ence was practically concluded with
his aQiiforence QOntorel1C6esterdny > yesterday afternooruwlth afterhoon with
BarOI De Rosen The Theproposltlonthqn Theproposltlonthqnsubmfttod Theproposltionthqnsubmitted propositionthen propositionthensubmitted
submitted will 11J have to be passed oil oilnot donot cianot
not only by the Russian envoys but butprobably butrob4bly
probably by TSmperor Nicholas him himself hintself ¬
self s f On the determination reached ret hcd as asto asto
to that proposition very v ry likely will de depond depondpqace tiepond
pond pondpqace peace or an indefinite continua ¬
tion of liQstUItlae oflostllitleeNo liQstUItlaeNo ltQStliitiSSNo
No Further Furt Furtjer er Visits Expected ExpectedIt
It is not expected exp cted that the president presidentwill presidentwill presidentwill
will receive further visits from either
Russian or Japanese e representatives representativesprior1 representativesrl representativesprldr
prior1 rl r to the meeting of the conferees confereesnext confereosnext confereesnext
next Tuesday ruesda morning mornill There is isground Isgroulitt isgroumI
ground for the belief that the Japanese Japaneseplenipotentiaries Japaneseplenlp Japaneseplenipotentiaries
plenipotentiaries plenlp tcntlarles were w re cognizant of ofthe orthe ofthe
the details of th thQ presidents final eC 0 0fort efort
fort to prevent a rupture of the con conforance COI1toroJce conttirOZCO
forance and njtd are prepared us far as asthetf asthefr
thetf thetrlov government rnlJ1ent is concerned to carry
Into effect the proposition propo ttfon he submItted submlttodto
to the Russian RU5 ian envoys env Y8 No Intimation Intimationof
of the nature natu e of that proposition is isgiven IsJOlvun isgiven
given hare hareRoosevelt boreRoozrcvelt
Roosevelt Roo > cvelt at Church ChurchPresident ChurchPresident ChurchPresident
President Roosevelt after attending at tending
tho morning service sen Ice at Christ church churchhis chu1Chwith chumehwith
with his hisfantily Camtty remained at home with
his personal guest Dr Alexander Al ander Lam Lambert LambArt Lam1
bert bqrt of New ew York until late In the thewent t11earternoon theufterupon
arternoon ufterupon w1 when en be and Dr Larqbext LarqbextwoutTor LarnbertWentfor
went woutTor for a long lon walk walkScores walk5cor sca4kScoldf
Scores 5cor s yt people people visited the Sagamore SagamoreJJIU SasamoreJIU1 Sagarnoreiiiii
JJIU ground gr und today on foot a nud d In JlI all allsorts iti1sotts
sorts so ts of vohlclos Pedestrians are not notContinued flatContinued notContinued
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Ten Pecsons Per onsKilled KilledanHMany Killed andMany nd Ma y Injured Inj red Some ome of ofTheni t TJiejn em Fatally FatallyDisaster F FatallyTDisaster tal y
Disaster Di ter Occurred on Great Northern NorthernRaihvay NorthernRaihvayTracks Railway RailwayTracks
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tUTTE tSTrE TE Mont Aug 20 f0Ten orr Ten en persons personswere personswere ersons ersonswere
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were killed and more than a score scorewere scorewerc scorewere
were injured some Son fatally f tally here to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night as the result of ora a freight rr lght car cardashing cardashing cardashIng
dashing into a crowded open trolley trolleycar trolleycar
car at the thtt crossing of the street car earand carand
and Great Northern Nor holu railroad rj1lJro rtIIru ld d tracks on onUtah onUtah onUtah
Utah street streetReturning streetRet S SReturning
Returning Ret rnlng From Gardens GardensPassengers GardensPassengers ar t ns nsPassengers
Passengers on the car men tn n women womenand womenand womenand
and children were wor returning from Co Columbia Columbia Columbia ¬
lumbia gardens The motorman as asusual asusual asusual
usual stopped his car before b fore reaching reachingthe reachingthe reachingthe
the railroad crossing At that moment momenta
a Butte Anaconda Pacific J > acitfc yard ard en entine engine englne
tine wasmaking wag I making a flying switch of I
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SECOND MARRIAGE NOT RECOGNIZED RECOGNIZEDRome RECOGNIZEDi
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Rome Refuses Refuses10 to ReC9 Recognize nize Mrs Parkhurst a Divorced Catho Catholic Cathotic ¬
lie as as the Wife of Prince Rospigliosi ROSPi91iOSiCelebrated ROSPi91iOSiCelebratedCase Celebrated CelebratedCase I
Case Case Will Not Be Reopened > 5 A I
ALTJMORE Aug A 20 2OIt It may be au aui aub
BAL1nlon b i thoritatively thorit t1vely stated that the much xnu h hdiecuScd j jdiscussed Idj
discussed dj cus d Rospigliosi case is finally finallysettledthat
settled ettJedthat that it will m not be reopened reopenedCardinal reopenedCardinal reopenedCardinal
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Cardinal Gibbons G bo s today toda had the follow following folIowIng follbwing ¬
ing statementsof statement or thefacts the facts prepared preparedfor
for the Associated Press PressIn PressIn i iIn
In 1887 1887tbe the late la tl Archbishop Chap Chappelle Chappelie
pelle at that time rector ect r qf St Math Mathews 11athewg Mathews t
ews church chur h Washington D C ap applied applied applied
plied to the cardinal for a dispensation dL3pensationdlsp j jin
in disparitate dlsp ritate cultus for the th marriage marriageof marriareot
of Miss Reid and Colonel Parkhurst ParkhurstA I II
A dispensation In dlsparltate cultus Is Isa Isthe Isthe
I the form required for the marriage of ofI ofa
a Catholic to an unbaptized person personand pcrsonand personand
and was wa the dispensation asked ked for and andgranted andgranted andgranted
I granted In the case In question It is isso Isso isso
so recorded in the chanoery book at atthe atI atthe
the cathedral Colonel ami Mrs llS Park Parkhurst Parkhurst Parkburst ¬
hurst were divorced dlvor d ana a nil subsequently subsequentlyshe Su Qs Oqu entty
I she and Prince PrJn e Rosplgliosl noSpl n sl went wentIhrough wentlhrouSh wentthrough I
through a a form rm of marriage mnrriqpe It was
MAYORDUNNE MAYORD MAYOR DUNNE NNE OF CHICAGO ARRESTED ARRESTEDFOR ARRESTEDI ARRESTEDFOR
FOR F R SPEEDING IN INAN AN AUTOMOBILE
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Chicago Aug uS 20 i0Muypr Mayor Dunne of ofChicago I
Chicago wa arrested JJIftitcdthls this afternoon ftrnoo in littime J Jthe
the suburb of f Byanstonf t violation violationof j jof
of the ordinance or In c regulating tPU talln S the tJ c speed speedof
of automqbilcs automqbnThe x xThe k kThe
The mayor in company combon with his hisfriend hiBfriend hisfriend
friend John Jo n Boyleston was riding ridingthrough ridIngthrough ridingthrough
through Evanston when he was stop stopped stopped fop ¬ I
ped by a policeman Who ho accused the thechauffeur theChauffeur theChauffeur
chauffeur Edward Sykes of going too toofast toofast toofast
fast All three were taken to the po police police p0lice ¬
lice station The Thetnayor mayor remained remal ed out outside outde outde ¬
side de In the automobile while hile thb tpc other othertwo othelt othertwo
two t o went ent In toappear to oP1oar before the jus justice justiee ¬
tice ticeI i
I dont ont know anything auyt lg about the thePROTECTION thePROTECTION thePROTECTION
PROTECTION CONDEMNED CONDEMNEDMadrid CONDEMNEDIadrld CONDEMNEDMadrid
Madrid Axjg 20 OThe The managing COIn committee coinrnittee ¬
mittee of the Mercantile club lub memor memorialized mentorialized ¬ I I
ialized luU7 d the minister of finance recom recommending recommending rocommending ¬
mending the government gper 1m nt to return i turn to tofree tofree I Ifree
free trade and condemning1 protection protectionwhich proteeUouwhich protectionwhich
which it states Is the origin of labor labortroubles labortroubles labortroubles
troubles and wag V the th cause or o the loss lossof lossof
of Cuba and the Philippine I
loaded freight cars across Utah street streetThe st1 streetThe et etThe
I The motorman thinking thinkin everything everythingwas ov tything tythingwas
was clear started across the railroad railroadtrack raUroadtra railroadtrhdk
track tra k when whelll the trolley car was struck struckby strUCkby struckby
by a freight car thrown twentylive twentylivefeet tweI1LtlYcett
feet ett and crumbled into kindlingwood kindlingwoodthe
the freight reibt car piling on top of the themangled t tmangle tlemangled
mangled passengers passengersSome pasSel1tersSome passengersSome
Some of the Victims VictimsMaggie VictimsMaggie VictimsMaggie
Maggie Harrington of Butte But killed killedMiss ldlledUss killedMiss
Miss Uss Shaw young lady lad at Florence Florencehotel Florencehotel jlorence110tel
hotel Butte dying dyingJohn dyingJohn dyingJohn
John Harvey H rve Spokane taken from fromwreck fro fronwreck n nwreck
wreck leg broken severely bruised bruisedBridget bruIsedBridget bruisedBridget
Bridget Murray I rray Mrs Mendel Ed EdMasters EdIasters EdMasters
Masters all a l of Butte injured
this form orm of marriage that that they the at attempted attempted ¬
tempted to have validated at Rome Ron1 Ronipii pn p1lthe pnthe j I Ithe
the plea tftut the proper dispensation diepett ation m mdisparitate fn fndisparitate Indisparitate
disparitate cultus had not been be < n granted grantedIn I
In the theftrst first instance The cardinal < was wasconsulted wasconsulted vusconsulted
consulted by b the propaganda and a aspecial aspecial I
special messerger Mgr Marchitti larchittioCnm larchittioCnmto came cameto
to Baltimore and examined the hechan hechancery he C1t alien aliencery ll llc ¬
cery c > rJ book and found that the dispen dispensation dispenstttiOn ¬ I Islttl
sation slttl n In disparitate cultus cuIt s had ben befnduly 1 benduly > tn tndu
duly du granted gr l1ted and recorded THe casAwas casA caspwas ae aeSan
was San finally brought before the pope popevho pop popwho popwho
who decided that the marriage with withColonel withCoioel i
Colonel Parkhurst was valid and an that thattherefore thatt1u thattherefore
therefore t1u refore the second secon marriage could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not be recognized His holiness also alsodecided alsodecided alsodecided
decided that no further appeal should shouldbe
be entertained Mrs Parkhurst is said saidto saldto saidto
to have alleged that tha not the proper proper but butanother butanother butanother
another dispensation had been asked askedThe nsltedThe askedThe
The whole case rests on this point pointThe pointThe pointThe
The chancery books of Baltimore have havealways havealways
always been kept with the greatest greatesti greatest greatestfre greatestcre
i rre < and exactness as to every eerydetaU detail
speed of these things said the mayor mayorbat 1nuorbut mayorbut
but I do not think we weragoiugrvery wer goiUgV IY i
fast fa t However we may bav 1javand < havej baen baenand b C lo
and I guess v we > e will have to rOPaY pay our ourfinelike ourtine ourfine
finelike tine like anybody anyb dy else v vSyUes S SSkes
SyUes S3oI wan faJI urfableto umiable abletoi tOi decide VtliBtber 1Ih fber
he should pay the fine of 10 10was which whichwas hich hichwa
was wa placed agaiiist agalr st him by the thcj tbaJtmetice justice justiceand atJce atJceand
and came out to consult the th mayor mayorabout flUlOrabout mayorabout
about It ItGo ItGo i
Go ahead and pay the Cine ad advised advised ¬
vised ised the mayor mayorIt mayoIIt
It was paJdand paid rind the machine moved movedaway moedaway movedaway
away after Mayor Dunnehad Dunne had solicit solicitously solicitoutily ¬
ously ou y inquired concerning the speed spaedlimit Npoe speedlimit
limit in his own city lt r saying that he
did not desire to be arrested arrest d again againERUPTION againERUPTION sa n
ERUPTION THREATENED THREATENEDMexico THREATENEDcxico THREATENEDMexico
Mexico cxico City Aug 20 20Profcssor Professor Oil Oilton Qllson
son Softer Sc r European uropeaJ botanist l > otani t who has hawI
been exploring on the borders burdersf ot OrGUate OrGUatemala Guate Guatemala Guateniaa ¬
I mala and Mexico reports Unit there thereare thereare
are indications that thatl Tecaiia au L volcano volcanowhich VOJ olyanowhich Cuno Cunowhich
which forms part of the range Inlihlcli l hch
is also Santa Maria volcano isthreat isthreatening Isll1l 1stluegtening at atcnlng ¬
ening cnlng on eruption sV VV
GETTING FEVER FEVERUNDER FEVERUNDERCONITROL
UNDER U UNDERCONITROL UNDERCONITROLWinning qER CONTROL CONTROLi
1r 1rtWiIn i
tWiIn Winning ng Fight Made by Marine Hos Hospital Hospital HosS ¬
S pital Service ServiceFOUR ServiceFOUR
FO FOUR R DEATHS YESTERDAY YESTERDAYONLY
ONLY o ty 381 CASES SES NOW ow UNDER UNDERTREATMENT U UNDERS UNDERTREATMENT DER DERTREA1MENT
S TREATMENT TREATMENTI TREA1MENTN TREATMENTMaw
Maw I BWv EWORLEAS ORLEANS Aug ug 30 Following QFo1lqwimigFt Followingisthe F lIoJing lIoJingi
N Ft isthe i j t e official report to 6 6n P m mSunday mS mS
S Sunday SundayNew S SundayNew n a aNew
New cases cases45 cases45Total 45 45Total 1 1Total
Total cases rtouMa to 1ivt 1ivtDeaths fE i S5 S5Deaths r
Deaths DeathsTotal 4 < r i iTotal f fNew
Total deathS deitthh1D4 deitthh1D4New lb lbKe
New Ke foci 11 11Total 11T 11Total
Total T tal foci 306 306Remaining 306ll 16Rqrnaining
Remaining ll mnInlng under treatment 3S1 3S1Fever 3S1Fever S1 S1Fever
Fever Fever Being Controlled ControlledI
No befter J > evidence of the fact that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the visitation vif > itation of mosquito fever is not notonly notonly
only only being controlled here berebut but that thatthere thatthore thatthere
there is a chance for its eradication eradicationcan
can c n be found than in the daily reports reportsof
of cases es and deaths For several days daystne da daysthe s stHe
tHe number of new cases has shown a adecline adecline adecline
decline while the number of deaths deathshave denthshave deathshave
have been remarkably lower consider conslderiijg consldorlits considerivtg
iijg the number of cases reported rep rte a aweek ii iiweek
week ago agoOf ugoQrtJle agoOf
Of QrtJle the four doaths one was in the thecharity tl1echlrity thechmuity
charity hospital one in the emergency emergencyhospital emel emergencyliospital < ency
hospital hq pltal and the other two down town townOutsideNew townOutsideNew
OutsideNew OutsideNewqrleans Orleans
News ews from ro uutside the cityt C1t L coiitaliis coiitaliisliqthing cqitai113iiothlng
liqthing of special apeejtllfnt Interest rest TheJnfec TheJnfection The 4nfec InfeetiOn
tion ti n on Rivcrsidw RIYcrsl plantation In t Sti StiMary SLlIny StmMary
Mary parish has spread among the theItalians theIb1lIllr16 I
Italians RtIiu there until there have been beeni beenslxtyone beensixtyone
i S sixtyone cases all told to date A ABayou Asctguarantimie
I
5ttJ sctguarantimie t jluarantipe has been put on the theBayou theBayou
Bayou La Fourche Four he settlement and sev several sevo sevorL ¬
eral o refugees comiug up the Bayou in inluggers inluggens Inluggers
luggers have been turned back Three Threeof
of the six fever cases there died > Fri Friday Frldn Frlt Frltday
day dayThere dn dnTI1
There TI1 re are five new cases at Hanson HansonCity HansonCity HansonCity
City one at < Sarpy arpy plantation and four fourat fourat fourat
at Mississippi City CityPatterson CityP CityPatterson
Patterson P Uerson reports ten vases and one onedeath onedeath onedeath i
death The death is of a a nursewho nursewhowas nursQwhowass nurse who whowas
was wass sent t there th re by the state board of ofhealth orl ofhealth
health l on cm n the first appeal for help helpFever h htilpFever 1p 1pI i
I Fever in Mexico MexicoMexico Mexicojexico
I I1extco
Mexico City Aug 20 OThe The superior superiorboard
board of health officials report only onlyfour onlyI
I
I four cases of o yellow fever in the re republic reI
I public all being at Vera Cruz and andcompletely andtC and1eomnpietely
tC 1eomnpietely completely mpletel isolated There is not be beHevud beIi beI
I Hevud Ii ud to be the slightest danger of the thellj thedisease
I disease llj ae spreading spreadingDIP spreadingI
I DIP DI NOT ESCORT ANY I IFEMALE
I FEMALE FEMALEWANAMAKER FEMALEWANAMAKERBirmingham A WANAMAKER WANAMAKERJirmingham A Adent i
1 =
Birmingham rnl In Ala Aug 20 20Prei 20Preident Presi President
dent Booker OOkll1 T Washington hosk 1mB ad a adtoss l ldtessed
dtossed dtoss d a letter under New York Y rk date dateto datetHe dateto
to the AgeHerald AeHct Id of this city convern converning convern convernlug convernlug
lug his recentVisit recent Visit I81t to John Wana Wanainakcr Wanamaker Wanamaker
maker < at it Saratoga SaM oba He says saysI Says Saysr
I did not escort any female member memberof
of Mr Wunamakers family to or out outof outof outof
of the dining room I did dine with withMr withMr
Mr Wanamaker and members of his hisfamily hisfamily hIsfamily
family at a hotel athis at his request rcqucstor rcqucstorthe for forthe
the purpose of talking on business busln06sbut busln06sbutat but butat
at the time was a guest myself at a acolored acolored acolored
colored hotel at Saratoga SaratogaJAY SaratogaJAY SaratogaI
I JAY IMPROVING IMPROVINGBuffalo IMpROVIlG IMpROVIlGBuffalo IMPROVINGBuffalo
Buffalo NY N y Aug Aug20 AugOWeblj 20 Wbb bbJ Jay y
Q the h automobile racer who ho was so SC badly badlyjiMilYPtt bad111J1 bidl bidl1i21yid
jiMilYPtt 1J1 ITia on Friday continues to im Im11Jro haVrom
11Jro Vrom
HINES SPEAKS SPEAKSIN SPEAKSINOWN
INOWN IN OWN DEFENSE DEFENSEWhy DEFENSEwhSprinldig
1
Why tSprinkling Sprinkling May may Be longer on o oSome on onSorne i iSome
Some lawns L wns Than Others OthersWATER OthersWATER i iWATER
WATER FAMINE NO BETTER BETTERRAIN BETTERRA1NTHEONLY
RAIN RA1NTHEONLY THEONLY fHE ONLY HOPE FOR IMj IMjPROVEMENT IM IMPROVEMENT IMPROVEMENT
PROVEMENT PROVEMENTkALT PROVEMENTSALT PROVEMENTS
kALT LAKES water situation shows showsno
SALT S no improvement i over the condi conditions condtlons co di ditions ¬
tions that have existed since the theshortage theshortage theshortage
shortage became disagreeably apparent apparenta
a a couple of weeks ago agoAt a aAt agoAt
At a late hour last night there was wasdepth wasdepth a adepth
depth of but two and a half feet of ofwater otwater ofwater
water in tlie > = Thirteenth East reser reservoir reservotr reservoir ¬
voir whereordinarilythere whereQrqinarlly there would be befrom befrom beflora
from sixteen to eighteenfeet eighteen feet and even eventhe eenthe eventhe
the limited supplyon supply on hand there was wasgrowing wasgrowing wasgrowing
growing less hourly hourlyThe hourlThe hourlyThe
The Capitol hill reservoir was full of ofwater orwater ofwater
water This reservoir IB always kept keptfull keptfull keptfull
full so as to have a supply for the fire firedepartment tiredepartment firedepartment
department in case of a big fire in the thecenter thecentero thecenterof
center centerof of the city citySuperintendent cltySUp cityuprlnt
Superintendent SUp uprlnt rint ndent Frank Fr nk L Hines does doesnot doesnot doesnot
not hold out any hope of an increased increasedsupply increasedsupply increasedsupply
supply except exceptthrough through possible rain of ofwhich ofwhich ofwhich
which there seems no immediate pros prospect prospect prospect ¬
pect
Hines In lnDefense lnDefenseMr Defense DefenseMr Defenselr
Mr lr Hines who has been known for foryears foryears
years as a a Kearns supporter and a Re Republican Repubilcan
publican as an active Liberal when whenthat whenthat whenthat
that party existed with Uh strong symp symptoms symptoms symptoms ¬
toms more recently of being allied with withthe withthe withthe
the American party has been the ob object object ohbet ¬
ject of repeated rep ated attacks lately by the theKearns theKearns theKearns
Kearns morning organ As the respon responsible responsiDle responsible ¬
sible head of the water system he h is isaccused isaccused isaccused
accused of being in league with the thehierarch thehierarch thehlerareh
hierarch to deprive wilfully the citi citizens ettizens ¬
zens zenso of Salt Lake of water It has hasbeen haJbeen hasbeen
been alleged that he has allowed Jar lavish Jarmu ay ayish ¬
ish use of water on the grounds unds of the theBeehive tbeB theBeehive
Beehive B ehIYe house and the Temple Temp e in vio violation violation vielation ¬
lation of the regulations Mr Mines in indefending IndefendinS indefending
defending himself from these attacks attackssays Attltckssa attJekssas
says sa s he cannot find that in either eIth r of ofthese oftl ofthese
these tl ese places water Is being used beyond beyondtile beyondU beyondtltl
tile U limit prescribed He says the thesprinkling thesPdnkUn thesinkllng
sprinkling ordinance permits a waste wasteoff wasteof wasteo
off of o water he is powerless to prevent preventAllowance preentAllowance preventAllowance
Allowance for Lawns LawnsFor LawnsFor LawnsFor
For instance said Mr Hines the theordinance theor theollhance
ordinance or lrtance provides that sprinkling may maybedone mayb mayb2
bedone b b2 done for thirty minutes for every luO luOyards 1t 1tyards uO uOy
yards y rds of lawn That would permit the thesprinkling thesprinkling thesprinkling
sprinkling of the college lawn sver sverteen svelteen sveeteen
teen and a half hours ExSenator ExSenatorThomas ExSenatorThomas ExSenatorThomas
Thomas Kearns has 2350 yards in his hislawn hislawn hislawn
lawn and he is entitled to sprinkle sprinkleeleven 5Drinkleeleven sprinkleeleven
eleven and a half hours continuously continuouslyThere continuouslyThere continuouslyThere
There is no wayto stop eitherthe either the col college college college ¬
lege or the exsenator from sprinkling sprinklingall
all l night provided they the quit before 8 8oclock 8oclock 8oclock
oclock In the morning morningThe morningThe morningThe
The sprinkling carts were vere out yes yesterday yesterda yesterday ¬
terday terda but so far as as s could be seen seenthey seentll seenthey
they tll y all obtained their suppJUejfram suppJUejframthe suppJle5tr suppJle5trthe suppAIesJrmthb
the usual sources none of them 5d1i 5d1ito Boms Bomsto g4 g4to
to the running streamsin the gutters gutterswhich gutterswbieh gutterswhich
which ran full of water all day long JongWhile longWhile longWhile
While the th sprinklipg 9 > carts were out outthey outthe outthey
they the did not seem to 1t do much in the thfeway thewa theway
way wa of lessening lessenin theheat t the e he befitof t of the tb pv hiavemeats pav pavments
ments and keeping down the dust dusttor dusttorth dustforthe for forthe I
the th atmosphere In the business section sectionof
of the city cl was torrid and dust swept swepttljrough sweptUrough swepttljrough
tljrough the streets In clouds cloudsINJURED cloudsINJURED
INJURED ARE BETTER BETTERPrivate BETTERPrivate BETTERPrivate
Private Services Over the Remains Remainsof
of Vinson Walsh Killed at New Newport Newport ¬
port Will WillBe Be Held Today TodayNewport Todayewport TodayNewport I
Newport R L 1 Aug 20 20Those Those who whodeath whoescaped
escaped death but were injured injpred in the theautomobile theautomobile theautomobile
automobile accident here yesterday had hadgreatly hadgIjeatl hadgmeatl3
greatly improved tonight During last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night Miss Evelyn EvelU Walsh daughter of ofThomas ofThomas ofThomas
Thomas Thomas F Walsh of Washington suf suffered surf suffdred ¬
fered f fed much but today she sh was wa much mucheasier mucbe mucheasier
easier e sier Her injury Is a fracture of a athigh athigh athigh
thigh bone Miss 1Iss Walsh has not been beeninformed beenil beenimiformed
informed il of the death of her brother brotherVinson brotherVinson brotherVinson
Vinson VinsonMrs Vinson1irs VinsonMrs
Mrs James L ICernochan of emp empstead empstead empstead
stead L I Harry Oelrlchs and Her Herbert Herbertpell HerbertPeIl
bert bertpell Pell both of New York are much muchbetter mucbbetier muchbdtter
better and the latter was out of doors doorstoday doorstoday doorstoday
today Messages of condolence arrived arrivedi
I at the Walsh villa throughout the da dai day dayI
i i I Private services over over the body of Yin Vinson Yinson Yinson ¬
son Walsh will be held tomorrow at atTrinity atTrinity atTrinity
Trinity church churchj churchRev
j Rev R v Robert Lowery the rectorwill rectorwillpfficiate rector 1111 1111officiate ill illptficlate
officiate The body bod will be entombed entombeat entombedat
at the Islandcemetery Island cemetery and later re removed reI removed
moved to Washington for final interment inter interment intermeat ¬
I ment mentDr mentDr meatDr
Dr Sherman who was at the hos hospital hosI hospital ¬
pital when young Walsh was brought broughtI
I in says that death was due to ho h ho1or ho1orrhage for forrhage or orI
I rhage 1h ge of the brain caused by b a frac fracture fracI fra frature
ture of the skull skullI
I
I
SECRETARY TAFT AND ANDtPAftTYRODE ANDtPARTY i ifPARTYRODE
tPAftTYRODE tPARTY fPARTYRODE RODE HORSEBACK HORSEBACKManila
I
Manila Aug 21 21A A message re received recehed received ¬
ceived from Camp Keithley I elthler in die dieheart Cle11e theheart
heart 11e rt of the province of Mindanao abd abdon ahdon abdon
on Lake Lanao says that Secretary Secreta > of otYJ ofWrfr ofWm
Wrfr YJ r Taft and party arrived there thereSat thereSaturday Sat Saturday Saturday
urday evening from Malabang fter ftercrossing iterlOSSll1g ftercrossing
crossing crossing Lake Lanao in gunboats Ow Owing Owing Owing ¬
ing to limited wagon transportation transportationSecretary transportationEocretar transportationSecretary
Secretary r Taft Major General Corbin CorbinSenators CorbinSenators CorbinSenators
Senators Foster Scott S ott and Patterson Pattersonand Pattersonand
and fin thirty others including Miss MissRoosevelt MissRoosevelt 1188Rooseve1t
Roosevelt and a few other ladies rode rodehorseback rodersebnck rodehorseback
horseback rsebnck the theentire entire distance from fromMalabang fromMalabang
Malabang to Luke Lanao LanaoThe LanaoThe
The party will leave for Qvertan Qvertanearly Qerwne
early e rly Monday morning and join the thetransport thet1ansport thetransport
transport Logan LOg n which sails for Cebu Cebuat Ceb Cebat Cebuaf
at 3 oclock in the afternoon afternoonMINIATURE afternoonIt afternoonMINIATURE I
I
It era eralVllNIATURE
MINIATURE TRAIN TRAINJUMPED TRAINt TRAINJUMPED I I
t
JUMPED THE TRACK TRACKPittsburg TRACKPittsbul TRACKPittsburg
Pittsburg Aug 20 20Tonight Tonight when a alarge alarge alarge
large crowd of pleasure plcasureseeers seekers filled filledK filledI filledRnnywood
K I Rnnywood nnyvvood park a miniature railway railwaytrain railwayttiln
train ttJlln jumped the track and ten pas passengers Ifaswe gassengers
sengers were we e badly hurt but none nonefat nonefataUy nonefatally fat fataily
ally The passengers were dragged draggedover draggedover draggedover
over over the ties quite a distance Two of ofthe oft oftfiQ
the t injured Mrs Irs Robt Hughes and andMiss andMiss andi
i Miss Julia Hill are in a serious condi condition condition conditlon ¬
tion
CYCLONE IN MINNESOTA MINNESOTASt
St Cloud Cloudlinn Minn Aug 20 20A A Astorirl Astorirlpassed storm stormpassed storMpased
passed over this city today causing causingmany causinSman causingmany
many man thousands thou n s of dollars loss Nearly Nearly30p
300 309 outhouses und sheds were we e blown blowndown blownd blowndown
down d n Trees Treoawere were uprootedand uprooted and hun hundreds hundreds hundreds ¬
dreds of window naS l8oc a s broken brokenMARRIAGE 1roltenMARRIAGE roltenMARRIAGE
MARRIAGE ARRANGED ARRANGEDMadrid ARRANGEDIadrld ARRANGEDMadrId
Madrid Aug 20 OThe The newspapers ne Bpaper an announce announce announce ¬
nounce that a inarriiYje 1atrj e has been beenar beenarr ar arraifBed arraijgtideteea
raifBed r raijgtideteea tfg d betweenPEinjie etc n PZi Fsie c Ferdinand R rainnnd of ofBaJ orBaTinlJ ofBaiqjmnnd
BaJ BaTinlJ Baiqjmnnd enijtandiritgni ndr rnta iti Maria Teresa Teresaond TeretMond see seeoni <
ond sister of tfle t1me1irgot 1tIQS WHS of Spain I
SISTER STATESCLOSELY STATESCLOSELY STATES STATESCLOSELY
CLOSELY ALLIED ALLIEDSo
So Says Governor of Colorado in inGreeting inGreeting inGreeting
Greeting to U UABRIVES Uit DitaM DitaMi DitaMARRIVES h hARRIVES
i
ARRIVES WITH HIS PARTY PARTYCOMMENTS PARTYCOMMENTS PARTYCOMMENTS
COMMENTS ON PROGRESS MADE MADEBY MADEBY MADEBY
BY SALT LAKE LAKEGreeting LAKEGreeting LAKES LAKEGreeting
S
Greeting From Colorado Coloradof
+ f I always like to come to Salt S4 t tLake 4 4Lake
+ f Lake City because it is a a fine fineT 4 f ff
f 1 piece said Governor Jesse J Me McDonald 4 4DonaId t
+ Donald of Colorado during his hiss +
4 4 stay s of a a few hours In the city clt cltesterday cityesterday +
4 + yesterday esterday Then again I always alwaysmeet 4 4meet
+ meet a a lot of Coloradoans Colorado ns when wl1enever +
4 4 ever I come here I was last here hereabout 4
4 4 about four years ago and I note notemany 4 9
4 4 many improvements since then thepI the z +
4 + I am always ahv ys glad to learn that thatUtah thatUtah 4 +
4 Utah is doing well The inter interests + 4eats
4 + ests of Colorado and Titan are arecJosel 4 4 4closely
4 closely cJosel allied They have always Mlys Mlysworked 4
4 + 4 worked together and I hope they the thealways 4
4 always will willWe 4
4 + We are prospering over In our ourstate 4 4state
+ state Politics fc Is so quiet that I Iscarcely 4 4 4scarcely
4 + scarcely ever hear anything about aboutpolitico1 4
4 political matters now We are aregetting 4 4getting +
4 + getting down to a substantial 8ubstnnttalbusine substnnttalbusineen +
4 + business busine basis all ak along > n the line HneOur 4 4Our
4 + Our industries are all prospering prosperingour 4
4 our vacant lands are being set setUed t 4 4tied
4 + tied up and there is a healthy beaIUI beaIUIgrowth 4 4growth
4 growth both in the country oountr places placesand 4 4 4and
+ and in the cities Agriculture and adhorticulture 4 4
4 4 horticulture were never more tnOreprosp 4 4 4prosperous
4 prosperous prosp ous in the state Besides BesidesbOinS 4 4going t
4 + going into fruits extensively e tensivth we wehave 4 4f 4 4hare
+ f have gone Into beet raising on a alarge 4 4large
4 + large scale The > value of the out output output 4 +
+ put of sugar of the state this year yearwlIl 4 4will
4 will be in excess e cess of 15000000 15000000Last 4 4 4Last
+ Last year eor the acreage of beets in inColorado 4 4Colorado
4 + Colorado was 35000 This year 9f +
4 4 000 acres have been planted in the thestate 4 4state
+ state The state is alto going soltlgahead 4 4ahead
4 + ahead in manufacturing the big bigp 4
4 4 plants p ants at Pueblo and elsewhere elsewherehavIng 4 4 4having
4 having been enlarged enlar There is as asmuch 4 4much f
4 much if not more mining in the th thstate thestate 4 + +
+ state as ever in its 11shistory history Taken Takenoll + f
4 4 ell in all Colorado is doing very yerywcU verywell +
+ well and I note that Utah is keep +
4 ing it a close second They are areboth 4 4both
+ both good states and both des destined 4 4
4 4 tin tined d to become much greater greaterthan 4 t
4 than now nowt 4 4A +
4 +
t A l t t t x 444r4HH44 444r4HH44l t t t t t tG +
1 l OVEKNOR OVE OR JESSE MDONALD of ofColorado orColorado ofU
G U Colorado and the members of his hisofficial hisofficial hisofficial
official staff arrived in Salt Lake Lakeyesterday Lakeyesterday Lakeyesterday
yesterday afternoon They remained remainedhere rernainetihere < i ihere
here several hours during durln which they theywere the thewere theywere
were the guests of Governor John JohnCutler JohnCutler C CCutler <
Cutler and staff end of Senators Reed ReedSmoot ReetlSmoot ReedSmoot
Smoot and George Sutherland and the theCommercial theCommercial theCommercial
Commercial club clubThey clubThe clubThey
They The left late last night for Fort Fortland lortland Foitland
land Ore to attend the irrigation con congress congress congrass ¬
gress the DOS meeting of Yhich tbey tbeywill tbeywill tbe tberi11
will endeavor to secure for Denver Denverhe DenvelThe DenverThe
The he panty was composed composedas as follows followsGovernor t LoIkwsGovernor low lowGovernor
Governor Jesse McDonald and a d wiftState wife wlfeState wifeState >
State Engineer T W Jiyedx Jvcdx JaYC x and wifp wifpAdjutant wiffAdjutant wltcAdjutant
Adjutant General Buckley Wells Colo Colonel Colonel Coluaol ¬
nel S SBS1olz BSholz Commissioner of Mints MintsE
E LyniSn White Congressman H M MHogg 101Hogg Mliogg
Hogg State SenatorCmsimero Senator Cattimero mero Bare Barelit Barelitand rla rlaand la laand
and wife J J Armstrong William WilliamCardwell WilliamCardwell WilliamCardwell
Cardwell George W Dixon A J JDickson JDickson JDickson
Dickson William Dugan and wife wifeJohn wifeJohn wifeJohn
John Grim A M Ghost wife ana anadaughter anlidaughter anddaughter
daughter Miss IIss Arline Hardin E EHughes S SHughes SHughes
Hughes and wife H G Koch wifeand wifeand wife wifeand
and son G A Montgomery Mrs Alex Alexander Alexander Alexnader ¬
ander Mead Dr E EA A Mead B D IXSanborn DSanborn DSanborn
Sanborn and wife ife C CO O Sprenger F FW FW FW
W Swenson
SwensonMetat
Metat Provo ProvoGovernor ProvoGovernor ProvoGovernor
Governor Cutler and his party con consisting consisting consisting ¬
sisting of Governor John C Cutler CutlerSecretar CutlerSerretar
Secretary Secretar of State C S Tlngey State StateTreasurer StateTreasurer
Treasurer James Christianson State StateAuditor StateAuditor StateAuditor
Auditor J A Edwards E wards State Superin Superintendent Superintendent Superintendent ¬
tendent of Public Instruction A C CNelson CNelson CNelson
Nelson Acting Adjutant General Jo Joseph Joseph Joeph ¬
seph Geoghegan Senator George Suth Sutherland Sutherland Sutherland ¬
erland and N P Nelson the governors governorsprivate governorsprivate governorsprivatC
private secretary together with lth sev several several several ¬
eral officers of the I itional guard of ofUtah ofUtah ofUtah
Utah and private citizens boarded a aRio aRio aRio
Rio Grande train in this city at 830 a am ain
m and went to Provo where they met metGovernor 1netGo metGovernor
Governor Go ernor McDonald and andp party rty They Theywere The Thewere Theywere
were also joined at Prove < L by Senator SenatorReed SenatorReed SenatorReed
Reed Smoot who helped entertain the thevisitors thevisitors thevisitors
visitors visitorsThe visitorsThe visitorsThe
The meeting at Provo occurred at atnoon atnoon atnoon
noon and no time was lost in getting gettingto
to Salt Lake city clt as the party reached reachedhere reachedhere reachedhere
here In time to attend the services s nlces at atthe atthe atthe
the Tabernacle TabernacleTaken TabernacleTaken TabernacleS TabernacleTaken
Taken to Tabernacle TabernacleGovernor TabernacleGovernor TabernacleGovernor
S
Governor Outler led the way and con conducted conducted conducted ¬
ducted Governor McDonald and the theother theother theother
other tourists to the rear balcony balconywhere ba1con ba1conwhere balconywhere
where they took seats and listened to toa toa toa
a discourse by Prof James IB Talmage Talmageof
of the University of Utah UtahAt UtabAt UtahAt
At the close of the services thr tlJ vis visitors vIsitors viaitems ¬
itors were conducted into the organ loft loftand loftand loftand
and pulpit where they were Intrpduced Introducedby Intrpducedby
by b Governor Cutler to President Presitie t Jos Joseph Joseph Joseph ¬
eph F Smith and other hlghdlgnltaries hlghdlgnltariesOf high dignitaries dignitariesriftlie
riftlie Of the Mormon church A special or
gan an recital was then given for their theirbenefit theibenefit theirbenefit
benefit with J 1 J McClellan at the thegreatinstrument thfgreat thegreat
greatinstrument greatinstrumentWhenthe great Instrument InstrumentWh instrumentWhen
Whenthe Wh When n the recital was concluded the thevisitors thevisitors thevisitors
visitors were were given a ride through thr ugh some someof someof someof
of the principal streets of the city in inautomobiles iJ hiautomobiles I IautomobflO
automobiles but as a dust storm arose arosejust arosejust arosejust
just as they the were starting startl g this fea feature feature featare ¬
ture of the entertainment eQt ctaiOlJlent was not un unnecessarily 1lllncces unnecessarily ¬
necessarily ncces nrUy prolonged prolongedAt
At the termination of the auto trip tripthervisitors tripthervlsftoJS tripthevistors
thervisitors went to the rooms roo me of the theCommercial theCommercial theCommercial
Commercial club where later they had haddinner haddinner haddinner
dinner and spent the evening eveningREFORMER eveningCI
e CI o oREFORMER 11 11REFORM
REFORMER REFORM ER SHOT SHOTSpokane SHOTSpokane SHOTSpokane
Spokane Wash Aug 2 tA A Coif CoICax CoICaxspecial Comfaxspecial ax axspecial
special to the Spokane Review says saysR sayaR saysB
R T Street who has been prominent prominentin
in the crusade against saloon keepers keepersiwas keeperswas eep r
was shot at last Jamnl night ht by an unknown ri riassailant
assailant who ho also hit Street a fearfui fearfuiblow fearfuiblow
blow in the face with a a blunt insru instrument insrumont ¬
ment
11 Cj CjCHANGED
CHANGEDFOR CHANGED FOR FORTHE THE WORSE WORSEBerlin WORSEBerlln WORSEBerlin
Berlin Aug 20 20T 20The TJie e governor governor of ofGermanEast o oGennan ofGerman
GermanEast German East Africa frlca telegraphs that thatthe thatthe t tthe
the situation in the colony has changed changedfor clllUlgefor changedfor
for the worse The emperor has or ordered ordered ortiered ¬
dered two cruisers to proceed Immedi Immediately immediatoly i iatolyto ¬
ately atolyto to East Africa Reinforcements Reinforcementsalso
also ale < > will be sent to aid the protective protectivetroops protectivetroops protectivetroops
troops of the country countryLOAN counttLOAN countryI
countrya a
I LOAN FOR CHINA CHINALondon CHINAndon CHINAIondon
London ndon Aug A g 20 2GThe 20The The morning Posts PostsShanghai PostsShanZbal PostsShanghai
Shanghai correspondent says 5a r thai a dif difpHtfeh dipjdttn dietI1I
pHtfeh tI1I from Pekin announces thai China Chinahas Chinahas Chinahas
has raised a loan of ot4OGOGO 240000 < lOoOG8 In Bel Belglum B Belglum l lglum
glum for the service of the Luhan Luhanrailway LuhanratIway Luhanrailway
railway ratIwayMANY railwayMANY 1v 1vMANY
MANY CREDITORS MOURN MOURNBerlin MOURNBerlin MOURNBerlin
Berlin Aug 20 oC C Lamoureux oureux of ofthe ortheCaRiLdian ofthe
the theCaRiLdian Canadian American insurance = COHI COHIiy COHIa cornTflZiY
TflZiY iy a French Canadiati benefit so soJ3V soC sobaa
C J3V ns hAStltsaPIJ disappeared < are < 1 Claims for fariSJSiOW forlJo1 for4lI1R4
iSJSiOW liar < been pr pnied enlea led l u bredLtors > hi hiAradltors i ire
Aradltors re Uors Lamourcitsi city < ityt itytus us 1t assessor assessorand geHor geHorand sor sorand
and prominent promin nt in local Jdlitfcfc l1trCs

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