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Japanese lapan s People Will Be Told After Afterthe Aft Afterthe r rthe
the Treaty Is Signed SignedWILL SignedWILL SignedWiLL
DKEQ Aug 31 1 11 a m mThe Tho public publiccontinues pubUQQontlnu pubfloContinues
continues s to be without informa information Intormatton tntormaUon ¬
tion regarding the t1t agreoment of ofthe otthe o oth
the th peace p cc envoys at Portsmouth Portsmo th The Thedivision Thedivision ThedIvIsIon
division of the island of Sakhalin and andthe andthe andthe
the waiving of Indemnity are not yet yetpublicly yetpubliclY yetDublicly
publicly known knownDespite knownDespite knownflespite
Despite the lack of information many manypeople manypeoplo manypeople
people are convinced that the Japanese Japanesegovernment Japanesegovprnment JapaneseOVerflment
government has made substantial con concessions conoessiClns concessjfl ¬
cessions and already are tlr criticising and andobjecting andobjeeUng andObjsetng
objecting Unless the terms prove to tobe tobe tobe
be better than were anticipated it is iscertain iscertain iscertafii
certain that the compact will prove un unpopular unpopular Unpopular ¬
popular and be bitterly assailed by the theproas thepreas thepress
press and by b the diet which is exptcted exptctedto
to meet in special session shortly The Theradical TheradicAl Theradical
radical elements el ments are asserting that thatcabinet thatcabinet thatcabinet
cabinet changes are inevitable inevitableThe inevitablelhe InevitableThe
The mass of the public is not moved movedThere movedThere movedThere
There unquestionably is a feeling of ofgreat otgreat f fgreat
great relief that hostilities have ended endedand em1edand eIedand
and that the men of the great army armywill a armywill J11 J11wll1
will return home be disbanded and ra raonter reonter yeenter
onter the walks of peace This feeling
however Is without public manifesta manifestation manltestatlon manifestation ¬
tion There have been no processions processionsno
no display of flags nor bther marks of ofpopular otP ofPopular
popular P pular jollification jollificationThe
The capital city continues normally normallyquiet normalq normallyquiet
quiet q ulet and reports from throughout th thmpire tht thtinpire t
biiipire mpire indicate a similar condition conditionJAPANESE oondltlonJAPANESE cnd1tionJAPANESE
Plunty of Money on Hand for Clear Clearing Clearing CIearing ¬
ing Up the War WarCondon WarLondon WarI WarTondo1
I Condon London Aug Sl 31M M Takahashi the then tllCtltial titenqial
n tltial ial agent of Japan In an inter interL intertoday Intertda
L today tda said saidp a1tIr
p r Japanese J pantse government in proae proaethp proaethE proseth
thE th war ar never had in inlnd the thelr thefl thehivIng
lr fl < of having ha Ing to depend upon an anpity anit anIt
pity it The he government had pre pre1ts
4 itaalf 1ts lt tor to any emergency and at atthe atth atthr
the th present moment there is no less lessthan lessthan lesstlth
than 175000000 untouched in London LondonGermany LondonGermany LondonGcrmaIy
Germany and the United States This Thisbeing Thisbeing ThIsbeing
being the case I see no necessity for forthe forthe forthe
the issue of a new loan Had peace not notbeen notbeen notbeen
been concluded my government oernment would wouldhave wouldhe wouldhave
have raised an internal loan of 100000 100000L
1 L 000 for the further prosecution pro eeutton of the thewar th thI
I 1 war ar This was the plan at the time timethe timethe
the conference met I consider that the thepresent thepres thepresent
present pres nt resources re ouree of Japan are ample amplefor unplefor ajnplefor I
for clearing up the war and meeting meetingthe meetingthe meetingthe
the incidental expenses involved involvedWise involvedWise I
Wise Decision Made MadeWhen MadeWhen MadeWhen
When questioned regarding the th con conditions condItions condltlons ¬
ditions of peace Mr Takahshi said saidAll saidAIl Id IdAll
All farsaelng Japansas will m hail hailwith bailwith hailwith
with BMsfUpn M 4q4jpn pn the eoBcluslon 0H luslon of ofpwtce ofPie ofpeace
Pie although them iwjst ntu t be a feel feeling feeling feeltag ¬
ing of genera enera1 regret I grot that Russia did didnot didnot didnot
not display dl play a more reasonable attitude attitudein
in recognising that Japans terms were werenot werenot werenot
not only reasonable rea onable but very moder moderate moderate moderate ¬
ate Undw Unc r the circumstances all Jap Japanese ¬ I IalteM
anese Who taka k It broadrttlnded view viewof vie vieof viewof
of the iitwfttlon dtud1 t1 must recognize that the thedecision thedecision thedecision
decision of their emperor was the wis wisest wisest wisest ¬
est possIble Had the government in insisted insisted Insisted ¬
sisted on an indemnity it is clear that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the war would have continued The Theobjects Theobjects Theobjects
objects for or which the war was waged wagedalready wagedalready wagedalready
already have been more than achieved achievedand achievedand achievedand
and to continue the war for a pecuniary pecuniaryconsideration pecuniarylonaldemtlon pecuniaryonsideratlon
consideration would not have ha ve been beenworthy beenworthy I Iworth
worthy worth of the Japanese I do not share sharethe sharethe I
the view that this Is a patched up peace peaceor
or that fresh conflicts are likely to en ensue ensue I I8ue
sue Such a contingency has been am amply amply ¬
ply provided for by the AngloJapanese AngloJapanesealliance AngloJapanesealliance e ealliance f
alliance allianceMr allianceMr allianceMr
Mr TakalMiehl looks for one of the theearliest thef theearliest
earliest f > developments d in the far east eastin eatIn eastIn
in the education of China by b western westernmethods westernmthodl westernmethods
methods which has already com commenced cQrn cQrnt cornmenced ¬
menced mencedf
Personal Message Sent by the Em Emperor Emperor Emperor ¬
peror of Russia RussiaOyster RuSiaOyster RuesiaOyster
Oyster Bay Aug 11 IlEmPelor IlEmPelorNlcholaa aLEmperorNIcholas Emperor EmperorNicholas
Nicholas of Russia has recognised reeon1HdWat recogniseds j jgratefully
s gratefully fUl1Y the part which President PresidentRoosevelt PresidentJoosevelt I IRoosvelt
Roosevelt played in the successful succeu fUl ne negotiations neotiatlons ¬
gotiations oUations for peace In a cablegram cablegramp eableCMi1Ttelved cablegramereived
p ereived elved by b President Roosevelt to toSay toay toay
Wat Say ay Emperor mperor Nicholas congratulated congratulated3nd
3nd nd thanked the preoident for his ef efforts atforts ¬ t ttorts
forts The cablegram follows followsPeterhof toIlOBPeterhof followsPeterhof
Peterhof Aug Au 31 S1To To President PrNldentRooseveltAccept PresidentHooseveltAcccpt PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt RooseveltAccept Accept my m congratulations congratulationsand
and warmest warme t thanks for having havingbrought h havingbrought vlnl vlnlbrought
brought the peace n negotiations otIaUon to a asuccessful A5ucce asuccessful
successful 5ucce sful conclusion ou 0lC ng to your yourpersonal yoUtpersonal youpersonal
personal energetic efforts My Iy coun country e cotnI Ut Uttry ¬
I try will gratefully na > tefully recognisethe re recognise < ogntze the great greatpart creatpart greatt
t part you OU have played in b the Ports Portsmouth Portamouth Portsmouth ¬
mouth peace conference conferenceSigned conferenceSigned conferenceI
That tho Russian emperor should shouldthank sbouldthank shouldthank
thank President Roosevelt Roo evclt for his ef efforts etforts efforts ¬
forts to insure peace between Russia Russiaand UutJaand Itusdaand
and Japan was to have ha vc been expected expectedbut expectedbut expectedbut
but it is particularly significant that thatin thatin thatin
in his cablegram Emperor Nicholas ex extended extended axtended ¬
tended to President Pre ldent Roosevelt his hiswarmest hiswarmest hiswarmest
warmest thanks for having brought broughtthe broughtthe
the peace negotiations toa to a successful successfulconclusion IIUcce succeesfutconclusion tul tulconclusion
conclusion The dispatch Is regarded regardedas
as one of the most remarkable of its itskind itakind itskind
kind ever sent by the th head ead ot one na nation nation astlon ¬
tion to that of another anotherCongratulatory anotherCon anotherCongratu1ator
Congratulatory Con IIfttula tot messages m agea e8 are still stillpouring1 litUfpouring stillpouring
pouring In upon the president and the theexecutive theA theexecutive
executive A ecuttve office is swamped and it itwill Itwill Itwill
will be many days before acknowledg acknowledgments acknowiedgments j jments
ments of all messages 1U 8N can be > sent out outIt outIt outIt
It will be impossible impos lble for the president presidenthimself pldenthlmse1t presidenthimself
himself to respond to the th felicitations felicitationsof
of his friends i but in course of time the thesender th thsendtr thesender
sender of each message will m receive a aresponse aresponse arespoUe
response responsePOLITICAL responsePOLITICAL respoUePOLiTICAL
Meeting of All Kinds of Parties Op Opposed Opposed Opposed ¬
posed to Tammany TammanyNoth TammanyNothing Noth Nothing ¬
ing Came of It ItNew ItNew ItNew
New York Au A Aug 31 Representatives 31Repleeentativesot Representativesof
of tho local political organizations op opposod oftJJosod opposd
posod to Tammany hall Including the theCitizens thecltlzons theCltizofls
Citizens union the Republican county countyorganization countyorganization countyorganization
organization the Municipal Ownership Ownershipleague OwnershiPleague Ownershipleague
league and the GermanAmerican GermanAmericanleague GermanAmericanleague GermanAmericanleague
league met tonight to discuss dlscu the sub subject SUbject tubject ¬
ject of fusion tu lon in the coming mayor mayoralty mayofalty mayoralty ¬
alty eampftigm When R Fulton Cut Cutting CuttinS cutting ¬
ting announced that the Citizens union unionhad union1ad unionhad
had no other candidate In mnd than thanDistrict thanDistriot thanDistrict
District Attorney William imam Travers Je Jerome Jerome Jerome ¬
rome the statement called forth much muchquestioning muchquesUonlng muchquestontflg
questioning as to Mr Jeromes views viewson viewson viewsor
on the issues of the day including includingmunicipal Includingmunicipal Includingmunicipal
municipal ownership So extended was wasthe wa wathe wasI
I the discussion of Mr Ir Jerome that the theconference tileconference theconference
conference was adjourned for a week weekwithout wMkwithout weekwithout
without reaching any further conclu conclusion conclusion concluion ¬
sion ion than the appointment of a com committee committee corninlttee ¬
mittee to consider possible OBSlble candidst candJd candIdtsdembers t trembers a aMembers
Members of the Municipal Ownership Ownershipleaeue OwnQrabllcnlue OwnersIploalue
leaeue mado It plain froirt the start startthit starttbLt startm
m thit theIr aooperation with the anti antiTammany antlTamman antijammany
Tammany forces would de deI1i end upon uponthe uponthe up uph
the principle of muni 1UUnldrlII1 ipul imnrrship ilfrihtp f fpublic tpublic fpublic
h public utflltlds utftItJosI tititidesI
Suspension of Hostilities Will Soon SoonBe SoonBe SoonBe
Be Proclaimed ProclaimedRAPID ProclaimedRAPiD d
1 PORT r Japan through Baron Komura Komurahas Komurapas Komurahag
has agreed to the Immediate con conclusion conclusion conelusion ¬
clusion of an armistice At 11 oclock oclocktonight oclocktonight oclocktonight
tonight Mr Takahira went to Baron BaronDe BaronDe BaronDe
De Rosens ROl s room and explained that thathe thathe thathe
he and andj3aro Baron 13 < < ron Komura omura had received in instructions Instructlons instructions ¬
structions to arrange terms of an anarmistice anarmistice anarmistice
armistice Baron Rosen Immediately Immediatelycommunicated Immediatelycommunicated ImmediatelyCOmnmunieated
communicated with M iI Witte and it itis ItIs
is probable that a meeting will be held heldtomorrow heldtomorrow heldtomorron
tomorrow morning for the proclama proclamation proclamation proclamation ¬
tion Qf Q ga a complete suspension of hos hostilities hostiUtI tinstilities ¬
tilities tiUtI preliminary to the arrangement arrangementof
of the details by the two generals upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the battlefield battlefieldPROGRESS battlefieldPROGRESS battlefieldPROGRESS
Time for Its Signature Will Probably ProbablyBe
Be Fixed Today TodayPortsmouth TodayPortsmouth TodayPortsmouth
Portsmouth N H Aug 31 31Rapld 31Rapldprogreas 31Rapidprogress Rapid Rapidprogress
progress have been made today in the thedrafting thedrattlng thedrafting
drafting of the treaty of peace Baron BaronKomura Baronomura BaronKomura
Komura omura at M Wittes request to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow will probably fix a day for its itsSignature Itsisf1CLture Itsignture
Signature Russias consent to a sus susBOKsJon susgt1t8lon susptisfon
BOKsJon of hostilities reached M MWItte 11Vltte MWitte
WItte tonight in a cablegram from fromCount fromCount fromCount
Count Lamsdorff whom Emperor EmperorNicholas EmperorNic EmperorNleolas
Nicholas Nic ollls has empowered to deal with withthis withtds withthin
this Important phase of the negotia negotiations negotiaUonli1 negotiations ¬
Waiting for Japan JapanAlthough JapanAlthough JapanAlthough
Although General Linevitch has been beeninformed beenInformed beeninformed
informed of the practical conclusion of ofpeace otpooce ofpeace
peace and directed to hold himself in inreadiness inleadlnoss inreadIness
readiness to open with Field Marshal MarshalOyama MarshalO MarshalOyama
Oyama O ama negotiations for an armistice armisticethe armisticethe armisticethe
the order for the suspension of hos hostilities hostilities hostillties ¬
tilities and the signing of the truce trucewill trucew111 trucewill
will not go forward from St Peters Petersburg P Petersburg ters tersbur ¬
burg bur Until M Witte has been informed informedby
by Baron Komura that the emperor of ofJapan ofJapan ofJapan
Japan has also given his consent and andhas an anhas
has empowered Marshal Oyama to toto tbto t tto
to conduct negotiations with the Rus Russian Russian Russlam ¬
sian commander c in the field fieldHaving fieldHavIng fieldHaving
Having advised General Linevitch of ofthe otthe ofthe
the situation Russia Rus la will not hold her herself heriel tierelf ¬
self iel elf responsible l for any clash which whichmay wblchmay whichmay
may occur before Japan has consented consentedto
to an armistice arml tlce On this point how however however however ¬
ever no serious anxiety is felt here hereand hereand heroand
and the Japanese reply is momentarily momentarilyexpected momentarilye momentarilyexpected
expected e pected
Work on the Treaty TreatySo
So rapidly and well is Mr 1r De Mar Marten Martens far farten ¬
ten tens with Mr Dennison performing performinghia
his delicate and gn important Uvsk tf lk of ofdrafting ottlratU ofilraftin
drafting tlratU the treaty that he was able ableto ableto ableto
to return from the navy yard ard tonight tonightto
to report to M Witte the practical practicalcompletion placticalcompletion practicalcompletion
completion of ten articles of the thetreaty the the11lIt1 thetiuaty
treaty It is expected the treaty tre tY will
in its it eiitlrety 1itlrot onaist of fifteen fifteenarticles fifteenar fifteenarie1es
articles ar iel5 exclusive oxchtMI of the nraamble nraambleJapans greanlbleJftPIi1S greanbleJepaps
Japans original demands are said saidto saidto saUlto
to have numbered thirteen Only
twelve however were presented > res nted to toiho totho tothe
the Russian as a President Roosevelt Rooseveltis
is credited with persuading the Japan Japansa Japanti61 Japancan
can sa plenlpotentarles before the con convenln convemiln i
vening venln of the conference to withdraw wfthdtawone i ione
one of the conditions conditt ns which he re regarded regarded regardod
garded as unjust unjustWhether unjustVhether unjustWhether
Whether this thirteenth demand
dealt with thefortlftcatlons the fortifications at Vladi Vladivostok Vlaaivoetok rlaajvoetok ¬
voetok cannot be learned IparnedNine learnedNine i iNine
Nine Articles Finally FinallyH FinallyHaving j jHaving
Having H ving waived three of the demands demandspresented demandsprosentoo demandspresented
presented the indemnity the interned internedships Internedships
ships and the limitation of Russias Russiasnaval Russlamwal Russiasnaval
naval strength In the far east the theJapanese theJalNtpese theJapapese
Japanese final conditions were nine nineSeveral nineSeeral nineSeveral
Several of these however will be di divided cUvlde dlvided ¬
vided < 1 in the treaty treat and grouped into intofwo intotwo IntotwO
two or more articles articlesM artleISfW1tte
M fW1tte Witte is exceedingly anxious to tosail tosail toMit
sail for home on September 12 In the themeantime themeantime themeantime
meantime he is to take leave of Presi President President President ¬
dent Roosevelt and personally present presentthe presentthe presentthe
the thanks of his emperor em > eror for tho thoPltiJldents theprsldents i ipresidents
presidents assistance v He is there therefore therefore therefore ¬
fore doing what he can to hasten tho
drafting drattln of otthe the treaty Which he ie would wouldprobably wouldprobabl wouldprobably
probably be prepared to sign by b bTuesda
Tuesday Tuesda or Wednesday of next weec weecat weecat weei weeiat
at the latest unless some obstacle obstacleshould obstacleahould obstacleshould
should arise The only onl difficul difficulties dlmeulLie difficulties ¬
ties Lie which have bo ve thus far appeared appearedhave appearedhave I
have been due to the ambiguous ambiguouslanguage ambiguouslanguage ambiguouslanguage
language of certain parts Jftrl < of the daily dailyprotocol daUrprotoco dailyProtocols
protocol which form the framework frameworkof
of the treaty tri triBoth i iBoth
4 Both Learned Men MenIt MenIt MenIt
It is here that the long axu oxuorieimce oxuorieimceand rienco riencoand tIenclaad
and recognized authority of the famous famousinternational famousiuternaLlonal famousInternational
international lawyers are proving of ofassistance ofaa ofassistance
assistance aa lstaooe to tc > Japan as well pll as Russia RussiaBoth RussiaBoth
Both Mr Ir De Martens and Mr Ir Denni Dennison DenniiiOn Dennlson ¬ I
son who is also al o well ell grounded in 1 in international InternaUonal international ¬
ternational law la are selecting with withgreat withgreat withgisat
great care the language of each article articleIII j
In order that the treaty treat may ma furnish furnishno furnishno
no ground for differences dltfere 6I J in the future futureand futurean1 futureand
and accurately record the exact spirit spiritas
as well ae the substance sub ltance of the agree agreements agreements agreeInents ¬
ments concluded In the conference by b btheplenlpOt8ftttarl
the theplenlpOt8ftttarl plenipotentiaries It thus happens happensthat hapJensthat happensthat
that the framers sometimes spend an
tour in the selection of one word to tofind tofind tofind
find finally that they are both striving
to express the identical dea ideaARREST deaIt deaAR
Adam Moore Negro and John Dallas DallasOHarged Dal1asOJialged DallasOliarged
OHarged With Brutal Crime Crimein Orimein Crimein
in Washington WashingtonSeattle
Seattle Aug 31 31Charged Charged with 1th the themurder themurder themurder
murder of Philip H Ross Ro and his wife wifeand wIfeand wifeand
and the burning of their saloon at atKerryston atKerrylilon atKerryston
Kerryston to conceal cO eeal the evidences ldcnaOt of oftheir Oftblr oftheir
their crime Adam Moore a ne nero ro and andJohn andJohn andJohn
John Dallas who came from Louisiana Louisianain
in I II the he same gang pllg to work in the Kerry Kerrysawmill KerrYsa Kerysawmill
sawmill sa wmill several months ago were yes yesterday yest4 yesterday ¬
terday t4 rday apprehended by officers of the thecity thoefty thecity
city and county countyMoore count countMoore countyMoore
Moore was caught at Cleeluni In Klt KlttHas Klttta8 Kitttss
tHas county countyAfter countyAtttr countyAfter
After Ui the man was takon tak J1 into cus custody custodY custody ¬
tody StarwiQh the deputy sheriff sue succeeded suec sueceeded ¬
ceeded c ded in eliciting from him a virtual virtualconfession v1rua1conf virualconfession
confession conf S8lon of the crime committed last lastSunday lastSunday lastSupday
Sunday A letter which hleb had been re received reIed yeceived ¬
ceived < Ied by the murdered man was wa found foundon
on th prisoners person personDallas personDallas personDallas
Dallas was wa arrested by police In Se Seattle Seattle Scattle ¬
attle in company with another negro negroon negroon negroon
on the water front rront about 530 30 this thisafternoon thisa4ernoon thisatornoon
afternoon atornoon Ho was unable to tell a astraight astraight astraight
straight story and he answered the thede timedeserition j jdescription
description de er1 tion of one of the men so per perfectly perfeotly pertautly ¬
tautly that he was held in the city cityjail cityjal1 cityjail
jail to await further investigation investigationWhan InvestigatIonWbOift InvestigationWhon
Whan questioned regarding tho town townof townot townof
of Kerryston Dallas denied that he had hadver 11adever badever
ever ver been In that locality localityINJUNCTION localityINJUNCTION localityINJUNCTION
S San n Francleoo Fra 1tcJo Aur Au 31U1 31thmJtod Unltod tod SlaUS SlaUSlstrtet
l11lriet lstrtet Jqilge JQ4 Dt n Haven H8 granted nn In Inuntioi inJUIi
untioi JUIi tiOI toflsv torr t dil7 10 0 th tbSootUe thi SCHtfle Brewing Browingnv
tm < > nv m restraining rs r in labor unions from fromVyfliiiJi from3 rom
h VyfliiiJi J liil r I nT riimI lill
Printers on Strike in Nineteen of the theLarger tIleLarger theLtirger
Larger Establishments EstablishmentsLONG EstablishmentsLONG ts tsLONG
HICAGO Aug 31 31An An acute stage stagehas stagehas stagehas
CHICAGO C has been reached in a new labor laborwar lab laborwar r rnr
war nr In Chicago Chlca o Nineteen of the thelarger thelarger thelarger
larger printing houses of Chicago were werewithout werewithout werewithout
without union compositors this even evenIng evening evening
Ing a result of a series of strikes In Inaugurated Inaugurated Inaugurated ¬
augurated byTypographical Union No Noir
15 against members of the Chicago ChicagoTypothetae ChicagoTypothetae ChicagoTypothetae
Typothetae the purpose of the strike strikebeing strikeDeing strikebeing
being to compel the Typothetae Typ thetae as an anorganization anorganization anorganization
organization to accept aooept the demands of ofclosed ofclosed ofclosed
closed shop and that eight hours con constitute constitute constitute ¬
stitute a days work Further strikes strikesare strikesare strikesare
are expected in case other houses hom es un undertake undertaice Undertaie ¬
dertake to do work or concerns at atwhich atwhich atwhich
which strikes have been begun as the theresult theresult he heresult
result of the posting postln of notices of an anintention anintention anintention
intention to inaugurate open shop shopand shoDand shopand
and nine hours where it is claimed claimedcontrary claimEUicontrary claimedcontrary
contrary conditions had been the rule ruloPending rulePending ruiePending
Pending such assistance to tostrikeat tostrikeatfected strikeaf strikeaffected strikeatfected ¬
fected firms the strike leaders pro pronounced pronounced pronounoed ¬
nounced the strike complete and de declared declared dedared ¬
clared the outcome a matter of endur endurance endurnce enduramice ¬
ance nce a a spread here or to other cities citiesnot citiesnot citiesnot
not being contemplated for the present presentat
at least leastFive leastFive leastFive
Five Hundred Idle Printers PrintersNot PrintersNot PrintersNot
Not counting other employes in the thenineteen thenineteen thenineteen
nineteen printing houses Involved Involvedprinters involvedprinters Involvedprinters
printers to the number of nearly 500 500are 600are 500are
are idle The strikers claim that eight eightlarge eightlarge eightlarge
large establishments will remain neu neutral neutral neutral ¬
tral not accepting work for houses houseswhere houseswhere houseswhere
where strikes are in progress and that thatrIn thatIn thatin
In the eight and elsewhere 2500 mem members members members ¬
bers of the union will be at work help ¬
ing to supply funds for strike benefits benefitsAmong benefitsAmong benefitsAmong
Among the establishments at which to today today today ¬
day the latest strikes were inaugurated inauguratedwere
were Poole Brothers M A Donohue Donohueand Donohueand Donohueamid
and company and the Methodist Book Bookconcern Bookconcern Bookconcern
concern concernContrary concernContrary
Contrary Contrar to assertion of o the officials officialsof I
of the typographical union Secretary
Hamm of the Typothetae says emphati emphatically emphatlcally emphatically ¬
cally that he does not know of a single singledesertion singledesertion
desertion and that the effect of the thestrike thestrllce thestrike I
strike here would be overcome in short shortorder shortorder
order I
Union View ViewFollowing ViewFollowing I IFollowlng
Following is a summary of todays todaysdevelopments todaysdevelopments
developments as viewed by the officers officersof
of Typographical union No 16 16Firms 16Firms 16Firms
Firms in the Typothetae lYP thetae that were wereallowed wereaIlowtd wereallowuci
allowed to run today have ha e promised promisednot
not to aid the opponents of o the eight eighthour olghthour eighthour
hour day in the unions present strug struggle struggle struggle ¬
gle against the Typothetae as an or organization 01ganlzatfon organization ¬
ganization or because they employ only onlya
a few printers and can be permitted to torun torun torun
run without interference by the e union unionSuch unionSuch
Such concerns conc concirns rns not being tho thoe molested molestedwill molestedwill molestedwill I
will shield the attitude of eight em employers emPl employer ¬
ployers Pl o erf1 belonging to the Typothetae Typothetaewho
who have pledged themselves to toremain toremain toremain I
remain noncombative until Jan 1 1when 1ihen
when the proposed eighthour workday workdayplanwill w workdayplan rka rkaplan
planwill plan plan w1 fll go gE into effect effet in every union unioncomposing uhlancomposing utmloncomposing
composing room in the country In the themeantime themeantme themeantime
meantime meantme no house houeemplo employing lng union unionprinters unlpnprinters unipnprinters
printers will wi be allowed alowed to do work for forany forany forany
any of the struck places placesSide place placesSide
Side of the Employers EmployersThe
The other side of the situation situaton was waspresented waspresened wasptesented
presented presened by Secretary of the employ plo ploing ¬
ing printers association assocIaton He 10 said saidEmployers saidEmployers saidEmployers
Employers in this controversy controver feel feelconfident feelconfident feelconfident
confident of success succ ss At present preent we wehave wehave wehave
have 185 nonunion printers at work ork in inthe inthe inthe
the plants that the union thought th ught to totie tote totie
tie te up and cripple completely There Thereare Ther Thereare
are more men on their way to Chicago Chicagofrom Chicagofrom Chicagofrom
from outside places and it will wH not be belong belong belong
long before the strike will wi cease ceas to af ¬
fect the Chicago Typothetac members membersAt
At the union headquarters headqu8ter today to < 1a it I
leaked out that union printers from va various vurious a arious ¬
rious parts of the country countr are taking takingadvantage takingadvantage takingadvantage
advantage of the offer of Chicago Chicagostrikeaffected Chicagostkeatected Chicagostrikeaffected
strikeaffected stkeatected print shops 9ho1 to come to tothis tothis totimis
this city in the guise of strikebreak strikebreakers itrikebreak itrikebreakers ¬
ers all traveling travelng expenses paid pid After Afterreaching Afer Aferteaching Aftermeaching
reaching here the unionists desert deert in instantly instant instantiy ¬
stantly stantlyTAGGART stant stantTAGGART stantiyTAGGARTOIVORCE
I ICrossExamina
I IContnued
CrossExamination of the Defendant DefendantContinued DefendantContinued
Continued ContinuedWooster Contnued ContnuedWooster ContinuedWooster
Wooster 0 Aug 31 31ThQ The crossex crossexamination ClsseXaminaUon crossoxamination ¬
amination of Mrs 115 Taggart Taggrt by Attor Attorney Ator Atorney Attorney ¬
ney Sterling SterIng In n the Taggart divorce divorcecase divorcecase divorcecase
case continued contnued today todn the questions quatons be being beIng being ¬
ing generally along alon the same lines lnes as asthose asthose asthose
those of yesterday yesterdayColumbus YesterdaColumbus yesterdayColumbus
Columbus 0 Aug 81 31CaphLn 31Captuin Captain El Elmore Elmore Elmore
more F Taggart plaintiff plaltf in the Tag Taggart Tngart Taggart ¬
gart art divorce dorce suit now being heard hcrd at atoster
Wooster oster has 1ma been ben assigned asigned to the Co Columbus Columbus Columbus ¬
lumbus barracks bArrcks for duty for the en ensuing enmlng ensuing ¬
suing two years It I is expected expeted that thatCaptain thatCaptain thatCaptain
Captain Taggart Tnggrt will wI report here im immediately Immeiately immediately ¬
mediately meiately after aol the conclugfon conclu on of the thetrial thetrial thetrial
trial as he is now on a sixty slxt days daysleave da daysleave s sleae
leave of absence more than half of ofwhich ofwhich ofwhich
which has been beencofsumed consumed in tho trial trialCIRCUS trialCJRCUSPERFORMERS
Grenoble Grenoble France Frnce Aug 31 3lThe The re remaining remaining remaining ¬
maining destitute desttute persons belonging to tothe tothe tothe
the stranded McCaddons American Americancircus Americancircus Americancircus
circus are in a pitiable pIable condition condIton The Themanagement Themanagement Themanagement
management of the circus has not nottransmitted nottranemlted nottransmitted
transmitted tranemlted funds for their mainte maintenance mainteimammee ¬ I
nance or repatriation repatriaton An Influential Influentialcommittee Infuental influentialcommittee
committee commitee of American residents reldant of ofParis I I
Paris Is raising a public publc subscription subscriptionand sUb CrIPtOn CrIPtOnand
and Is i resolved reolve to sue the circus man managers managers managers ¬
agers before the cout In the United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States State for the amount expanded expande by the thecommittee thecommttee I
committee committeeKILLED commitee commiteea commtteeS commtteeKILLED a C I
I Iof Iof
Pueblo Colp CPI Aug 31 JlThO The bodies bodiesof bodie
of Mrs Url L B flavor wife of a promi prominent uromlnont nromineat ¬
neat real r al estate estate dealer deal l and her 5year 5yearold 5 5yearold ear earold
old son were recovered from from the Bee Bessemer Be Beesemer ¬
semer ditch dich early today The bodies bodieswere bodie bodieswere
were securely tied ted together with wih wihstout a astout astout
stout cord The woman worln Is said to tohave tohae tohave
have been In I it poor health for soma somotime somatme sometime
time tme Jfo o explanation e glanaton was wa left by her herfor herfor herfor
for taking her own life Ue or that of the thochild thechid thechild
child chid
Kansas City Ciy Aug 31 31The 31The The National NationalFiremens Nntonal NntonalFiremens NationalFiremens
Firemens association a5 octaton in annual con convention convtnton convention ¬
vention vtnton here has hl9 adopted a report pro providing providing providing ¬
viding for the appointment appointent by Presi President Prei Preident President ¬
dent McNeil McNeU of a committee commitee to work workfor workfor workfor
for state and national natonal legislation legislaton In Infavor Infavor Infavor
favor of a uniform Insurance Insrance tax taxRoanoke taxRoanoke taxfloanoka
Roanoke Va Y was choson as IS th < place placeof rJlaceor riaceof
of the next convantion COIintlu < vor Oklahoma OklahomaCity OldahomaCity OklahomaCity
San Prnnldeao Frnl < auQ Aug yg 81 31Mayor 31MayorBugeno Mayor MayorBugeno Ayor AyorBtgeno
Bugeno Btgeno E Sohmlt Sohmt SohmItzas Svaa unanimouslylanOmlhtUj unanimously unanimouslyTanoffiltwtea unarimoualymOnonhinftted
Tanoffiltwtea lanOmlhtUj d Car mfifror iqF tonight ng t by byth bythunion the thfrunion theunloim
union ItfUor hr party 3rty for tOlthe the third time tmo I
s I
94 94I j
11 7 7r 7rI
Who G Got t the Worst ofit
1 1Remorse
Remorse Remorse Caused the Suicide Sucide of ofF ofPthnk ofPthnkGilern Frank FrankGillern
Gillern Gier at Vernal VernalFILING Vel VrnalFILING I
1 1FI
Special SJoial to Tho Horald HoraldVERNAL HQrlq HQrlqVERNAL HaraltIt
It ERNAL Utah Augv Aug31Frank Aug31FrankGIerna 31 31Prank 31PrankV Frank FrankGillern
VERNAL V Gillern GIerna a barber barbel of Glanwood GlanwoodSprings GlanyoodSpring GluntroodSprings
Springs Spring Colo Cob committed commited suicide suicideWednesday suilde suildeWednesday suicideWednesday
Wednesday morning at S oclock by byshooting byshootng byshooting
shooting shootng himself through tho head headwith headwith headwith
with a 38caIibre 3Scalbre Smith Smth Wesson Vason re revolver revoler revolver ¬
volver He came canc to t Vecnal Vemal two days daysbefore daysbefore a s sbefore
before intending intending to OPen up a barber barbershop barbershop barbershop
shop but lost conslderable considerble money moneygambling moneygamblng moneygambling
gambling gamblng and being a man of a family familybecame famiy famiybeame familybecame
became beame despondent over his loss 105 and it itis Itis itis
is thought that this led him to commit committhe committhe committhe
the deed Gillern GUern was a respected citi citizen ci citizen ¬
zen of Glen Glenwood wood Springs and a mem member member meetber ¬
ber of the I O O F lodge No 6S He Heleaves Heleave Heleaves
leaves leave a wife and two children childrenUintah chidren chidrenUlntah childrenUintah
Uintah Land Filings FilingsThe FIlngs FIlngsThe FilingsTime
The filing ting on Uintuh land lands moves mO on onlike onIw onlike
like Iw clock work So far 444 44 names nameshave n8mehae nameshave
have been called caled and out of that num number number nurnher ¬
ber 311 31 have ha e filed m d Six of the 811 11 were weredeclaratory wtre wtredeclartor weredeclaratory
declaratory declartor statements of soldiers soldiersSixtytwo ioldtersSixtytwo CQldIersSixtytwo
Sixtytwo filed fed today out of the 111 111names 111names 1
names called and were easily easiy disposed disposedof
of at the land office otco by 3 p m inMost mMost
Most of the filings fings have been on land landadjacent landadjacent landadjacent I
adjacent to the townsites town sies of Moffat MoffatMyton Moffatyton MoufatMyton
Myton yton and the site at the junction juncton of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Duchcsne Duchene and Strawberry Strwberry rivers rivorsQuite rlvorsQuie riversQuite
Quite Quie a number have taken places placesalong nlace placesalong
along the Duchesne bottoms botoms but as asyet aset asyet
yet et the bench land particularly pnrtcul rl tho thoBlue thoBlue theBlue
Blue bench country countr is practically practcUy un untouched 11 untouched ¬
touched This bench is l reported as a avaluable avaluable avaluable
valuable tract tr ct of land and will wi not be bedifficult bedifcult bedifficult
difficult difcult to Irrigate IrrigateWaiting irrigte irrigteWaiting irrigateWaiting
Waiting Their Chance ChanceThe ChanccThe ChanceThe
The latest latet arrivals from the th reserva reservation rearVA rearVAton reservation ¬
tion ton country report numbers numbs of offamilies offlmlc atfamilies
families flmlc camped campe there having their theirhousehold tholr timeirhousehold
household effects efects cows horses lors9s etc etcwith etcwih etcwith
with wih them Many Man of these thQ did not notdraw notdraw notdraw
draw draw numbers but are simply waiting waitingthe waitng waitngthe waitingtheexpiration
the theexpiration expiration expiraton of o the sixty sity days when whenthey whenthe whenthey
they the will wi have an opportunity opportuniy to file fileon fileon
on 01 a tract trct for a home The boat of offeeling offeelng offeeling
feeling feelng prevalJs among the people at atVernal atVeral atVernal
Vernal Veral and the people who 10 were lucky luckyenough luclt luckyenough
enough to get numbers arc generally generallywell gonerly gonerlywel generallyvell
well wel pleased DleasedAtempt pleasedAttempt nleasedAttempt
Attempt Atempt to Kidnap Jap JapAn JapAn I
An attempt atempt was mis made Monday night nightto
to kidnap Frank Frnk Nakano the Japan Japanese ¬
ese cook at the th Elk hotel The fellows fellowsgot felows felowsgot fellowsgot
got hold hol < 1 of him him and would have made madeaway madea madeaway
away a wa with him but he struggled loose loosefrom loosofrom loosefrom
from the death grip at his throat and andshouted andlhouted andshouted
shouted lhouted fdr help which frightened theassaiants the theassailants theassailants
assailants assaiants away He was waaterrlbly waaterrlblybruised terribly terriblybruised terriblybruised
bruised and beaten It I is supposed supposedthat supposedthat
that it I was an attempt atempt to rid the th hotel hotelof hotelof hotelof
of a u Japanese cook and put an Amen American Amencan ¬
can In his stead No arrests arrot have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been made but a strong strong clew has boon boonfound baonfound beenfound
found foundJames foundJames foundJames
James H Glines GIIC one of o the th pioneora pioneoraof ploneol
of Uintah county passed pa sedawny away today todayMr todaylr todayMr
Mr lr Glines Glnes was a member of th tmo Mor Mormon Mol Mormon ¬
mon battalion battalionPREMATURE batalon batalonPREMATURE battalionPREMATUREEXPLOSION
Four Killed Kiled Three Injured and One OneWorkman OneWorkman OneS
S Workman Missing MissingLancaster Mistng MistngLancaster MiscingLtncaster
Lancaster Pa Aug 31 31ThOe 31Thte Throe Slavs Slavsand Sla Slaysand va vaand
and an Italian Ialan wore blown to pieces piecesby ple0 piecesby
by the premature explosion of a blast blastnear blastncar blastnear
near Safe harbor last night night Another AnotherSlav AnotherSlav AnotherSlav
Slav is missing and js believed to tohave tohave tohave
have been blown into tho river and andtwo andtwo andtwo
two Slavs and a 1 negro were badly In Injured Injured injured ¬
jured The men were engaged In load loadIng londing loadIng
Ing a blast hole fifty fry feet deep and had hadjust hadjust hadjust
just placed In the dynamite dynamre and fnd de detonating detonatng dotonating ¬
tonating tonatng cap It I Is supposed the thetamping thetamping thetamping
tamping rod struck the
Scranton Pa Po Aug 3QA 30 A tornado tornadostruck tornndstluok tprnadostmuk
struck the northern part of QarbonUa QarbonUaat Qr1ondah1 Qurbondahat
at a t 805 p m tonight and Uflmpllsh 1a d da I Ia
a a score saoreo of houses hOuse barns barnsCars artSl 01 I ijr6aJ ijr6aJOars I 1d j
Oars ar but 3Cprtunaiely Wrl nftoly cousodMYftMAUv rused roused Y U
ties tIo > I f
TwentyFive Thousand People Including Wife and Children Childrenof Chidren Chidrenof
of Unfortunate Man Witness a Most MostHorrible MostHorribleSight I IHorri
Horrible Horri HorribleSight Sight
iREENVILLE REBNrILLE 0 Aug 31 311n 31in In Insight I
GREENV1LLE 3 sight of 25000 persons Professor ProfessorJohn professorJohn ProfessorJohn
John Baldwin was blown to atoms atomshere atomshert atomshere
here hert this afternoon alternon by b the explosion of ofsix ofix ofix
six ix sticks stcksot of dynamite while whie 1600 10 feet feetn feetJn
Jn n the he air lr His w4p j ajuUthrce iti pthrc tliret children childrenwero chJldro ehIldrenwere
were 6rO among am hg the thes spectators eUtCs Who 1lfO wit witnessed wItnesse witnessed ¬
nessed the tragedy Baldwin has hasbeen hasbeen
nesse I
been giving dally daly exhibitions exhibitons at the thecounty thecounty thecounty
county fair fall here He would ascend ascendseveral ascendseveral
several thousand feet in the air and andexplode andexplode andexplode I
explode dynamite dynamie at intervals Today Todayhe
he mounted 1500 150 feet In the air airEvery all airEvery
Every Ever eye e e among the thousands of ofspectators ofsPQctators ofspectators
spectators below watched watc o him untilho untilhobecame until he hebecme lmcbecame
became becme almost a mere speck speckSuddenly spect spectSuddenly speckSuddenly
Suddenly Disappeared DisappearedSuddenly DisappearedSuddenly DisappearedSuddenly
Suddenly a great cloud of smoke ap appeared appered zipi ¬
peared pered i ° amed It I hid the airship from view viewthe viewthe viewthe
the spectators supposed sU Posed as the bal balloon balloot batloqit ¬
loon had vanished completely from fromsight fromsight fromsight
sight In another anothctmoment moment the sound soundof
of the explosion reached reched the straining strainingears stmainlngears
ears ears of the watchers wat her but the airship airshipdid airshipdid airshipdid
did not again appear For a moment momentthe 10ment 10mentthe nWmentthe I
the crowd waited waie expectantly expetanty think thinking thinking thinking ¬
ing a view of f the aeronaut aernaut would be beobtained beobtained I
obtained obtaine through a rift rit in the smoke smokeThen smokeThen smokeThen
Then a groan of horror rose from the themultitude themultude timemultitude
multitude multude The airship had vanished vanishedSearchers vanishedSearehels vanishedSearchers
Searchers Searehels immediately began bEgan looking lookingfor lookingfor lookingfor
for fragments of the wrecked airship airshipA airshiphalf
A half mile mie away awa they the found pieces of
silk cloth from which the balloon baloon was wasmade wasmade wasmade
made and splinters splnters of the basket basketlike b basketlike sket sketUke
like frame work on which the aeronaut aeronauthad aeronut aeronuthad aeronauthad
had been perched perchedOnly perchedOnly perchedOnly
Only Fragments Frag rments Found FoundScattered Foundtered Foundscattered
Scattered tered about abut J a L twenty aore aae field fieldTCfire fieldware
ware found fragment tgm nt5 of Bt1dwns Bt1dwnsbo Baldwins Baldwinsbody BAidwnsbody
body bo The distance at which the tharemnants thoremnants theremnants
remnants of the airship airsip fell fel was so sogreat sogreat
great that the crowd had not seen seenthe seenthe seenthe
the fragments trgmets fall fallNo faUNo fallNo
No one can tell how the accident oc occurred occurred occurred ¬
curred The six si sticks of dynamite dynamitewhich dnamie dnamiewhih dynamitewhich
which whih Baldwin carried with him ex exploded explode oxploded ¬
ploded plode simultaneously slulane msly as only one onereport onerenort onereport
report was heard It I is supposed that thati thatin thatin
i in igniting igning the fuse connected cohnetedwlth with the thedynamite th thd timedynamite
dynamite d namite he fired fred the gas ga in the the bal balloon balloon balloon ¬
loon and that thtt it i exploded causing the thadynamite thedynamie thedynamite
dynamite dynamie to toexplode exylode lode also alsoWifes alsoWifes alsoWifes
Wifes Condition Critical CriticalBaldwins Critcal CritcalBaldwins CriticalBaldwins
Baldwins business busines was aerial arial war warfare warfare wartare ¬
fare demonstrations deonstratons For nearly nearlytwenty near neartwent nearlytwenty
twenty twent years he had been ben giving bal balloon halloon ¬ I Ilon
loon lon and airship alrlhip exhibitions exhibitons about the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country He was 37 years eas old and his hishome hi hihoe imishome
home hoe was at Los Ls Antvllle Antvie Ind It I was waswith waswith waswith
with great grat difficulty dfIuly that Mrs Ir Baldwin Baldwinwus Baldwinwis Baldwinwits
wus wis wits revived from from the faint which fol followed followe foliowed ¬
lowed lowe the tragedy and tonight her hercondition hercondition hercondition
condition is critical crtcal It I was Baldwins Baldwins201st Baldwins201st Baldwins201st
201st ascension and the third this thisweek thisw thiswek
week w ek
Effort Being Made to Purge Philadelphia Phiadelphia Assessors Lists Lsts of
60000 Fraudulent Republican Republcan Voters VotersRascals VotersRascalsHeld Rascals RascalsHeld
Held For F or Trial
PHIADHUPIUi flHILADEJPRTS jHILADETPHTA Au Au Aug SI 3lThe rlThe The di diI dir dir I
r I rector r ctor of public ublcsfet safety today is issu 18sued issued
su sued d orders to the various police policelieutenants policsllouteants
lieutenants IQutonanl of t the city directjng diretfng them themto themto themnto
to detail detai policemen polceen to appear appr before beforethe beforetho beforethe
the assessors aesor of their respective resuoive elec election ele eleton election ¬
tion ton divisions on the evening of Sep Septembor Septembor Septemnbor
tembor 5 and present to the assessors assessorsall aSSeors aSSeorsnI assessorsall
all nI fictitious fcttous names and those thos of per persona pergons persons ¬
sons who have died moved or are areIllegally uremegaU areIllegally
Illegally upon the the voting votng lists 115t8 and andrequest andrequet andrequest
request requet the assessor nssesor to strike the thesame thesame
same from the roll rol After a B recent recentcanvass Ieent Ieentcanvass recentcanvass
canvass by the police polce it i was an announced announed announced ¬
nounced nouned that they discovered more morethan morethan morethan
than 60000 names illegally Iegly upon the theelection theelectoJ1 theelection
election electoJ1 lists lsts The department of ofpublic ofpublic
public publc safety s8f y has prepared pr pare < 60000 af affidavits affidavis atfidavits ¬
fidavits fidavis sworn to by b policemen poleemon and andthose andthOe andthose
those thOe will wi be presented preente to the assessors assessorswhen assessorswhen
when the demand is made upon them themto themto
to strike off of the thl alleged nIeged bogus bogs names namesReady namesReady namesReady
Ready for Trial TrialPeter TrialPeteI TrialPeter
Peter PeteI J Wagner assessor as essO of the theThirtyseventh therrhlrtyseventh thethirtyseventh
Thirtyseventh division of the Twen Twentieth Twentietim wen wenteth ¬
tieth teth vard was held in 1500 500 bail to ¬
day dy and Lewis J Buck uok uk William lfsm Q GTurner Qurer QTinner
Turner urer Lawrence Farrell Frren election elQcton of offieeis offecI offleems
fieeis fecI of the same division dl lsof were each eachheld eachheld eachheld
held in 1000 100 bail charged chaged with con conspiring conspiring conspiring ¬
spiring to make false returns of the theFebruary theFebrar theFebrmmary
February Febrar election elecin John Joii H Fulmore FulmoreRepublican FulmoreRepublican
Republican Ropublcn leader of the ward was wasui wasarete wasarrested
ui arete arrested reeled and Ind held in 500 OO bail bal charged chargedwith chargedwith chargedwith
with intimidating intmidatng a witness wit ess and ob obstructing obstrueting ¬
structing structng justice justce The Twentieth Twenteth ward wardis
is I in the fashionable section secton of the thecity thety thecity
city ty Testimony elmny was w s offered ofered to show showthat showthat
that t nt men who Wl1 had been dead for years yearswere yearwere yearswere
were voted and that persons Iersons who had hadnot
not flO lived lved In the division for years yearswere yers
the list and andtheir andtheir
were placed on assessors lst I Ithef
their thef names voted votedON votedON votedON i
New NOw York Aug 31 31On 1n On what he said saidwas saidwa saidwas
was wa a secret seret mission to see President PresidentRoosevelt Preient PreientRoosevel PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt Roosevel Mineanor Obarrio a prom prominent iJromInent 1wominent ¬
inent citizen of Panama arrived in inthis intlis inthis
this tlis city ct today on the steamer Ha Havana Havana Havaima ¬
vana from Colon Mr Ir Obarrio was one oneot
I ot oi the original junta which whlh was in instrumental instrumental ¬
strumental in establishing establshing the thf Indepen Independence Independfml ¬
dence dfml of Panama
Twelve Localities localiies Affected AffectedThe The Asiatic Asiatc Scourge Has Made Its ItsAppearance Is IsAppearance itsAppearance
Appearance in Hamburg HamburgEpidemic Epidemic is Feared Fearedin Fearedc c
in Germany
BRLIN Aug 31 UThe The spread of ofcholera orcholera ofcholera
BERLIN cholera from two localities 10calUea on the theriver therler timeriver
river rler Weichsel Welch91 five fve days ago to tothirtyfour tothirtyfour tothirtyfour
thirtyfour cases casa in twelve localities localitiesextending localtes localtesQtendlng localitiesextending
extending Qtendlng from the Baltic Baltc to the river riverWarthe riverVarthe riverWarthe
Warthe 160 miles mies south and its Is appear appearance appearance appeararmce ¬
ance in Hamburg has ha given an un unpleasant unplea unpleaant ¬
pleasant plea apt thrill thri to the te people of Ger Germany Germany Germany ¬
many for it I may may mean a long and andsteady andsteady andsteady
steady fight fght as in 18923 to prevent preventthe preventthe preventthe
the the disease from getting gettng beyond con control c control n ntroI ¬
trol troI In these years it i Is estimated estimatedthat estmated estmatedUWt estimatedtlittt
Russia Russiafrom Russiafloin Russiafzoiu
that 800000 persons persns died In
from cholera The Russian govern government governmUt ¬
ment nt is keenly aware of the possibili possibilities poslbl possibillties ¬
1 ties of the danger dange which so far is isnot isnot ISnot
not t regarded r rgardedasglvlflg asgiving ground gro U nd for any anyim4honaion an anIPlit anymppjajtonsion
im4honaion J A committee of the thejaffnal themn theIlndL
IlndL IPlit jaffnal mn t consisting COnSfStnk of Dr Studt Studt min mlnWttfr min1n mum mumhmtttrof
Wttfr 1n hmtttrof r Of medicalaffairs medlc medical l a airttita airs Herr Her Von
Sudde minister of State and minister ministerof minter minterot
of public publc works Herr Holler 1Ioler minister ministerof
of commerce and industry industrand and Von VonBethmannHolweig YQnBethmannHolweig VonBetiimannHoiweig
BethmannHolweig minister of the theInterior theInterior theInterior
Interior has the central direction directon of ofpreventive ofpreventve ofpreventive
preventive preventve measures Numerous bac bacteriologists bacteriologist bacteriologlsts ¬
teriologists teriologist have been sent Into the theinfected theJntected theImuected
infected districts to t assist In the sur surveillance 8urvetnnce surveillanee ¬
veillance vetnnce of porson who have con contraccteS conttet contracted
traccteS ttet cholera choleraCautionary cholerarautonlry choleraCautionary
Cautionary rautonlry notices not e are published in inall InaU inall
all the towns and villages viag s within wt1n the theaffected theafected theaffected
affected afected area areaCholera areaCholera areaS areaCholera
Cholera in Austria AustriaLemburg AustriaLemburg AustriaLcmburg
Lemburg Austria u trla Aug 31rTwo 31rTwodeaths mTWQdoathS 31Twoduaths
deaths doathS from cholera have occurred oCQulred here hereand ere ereand oreand
and several s eral suspected euspected cases case are undor undernhsomntlon undorOp undorobwYMion
nhsomntlon Op Tfc T Deaths 4leaths ath occurred OCC lTed in int1 Iijboat In
t1 1 Je er boat
111 I the boatnuphy Vtul VTtuItf9I nr nrI
I t1 iAtIon f r i
Depew Improvement Company Oo p3nyHs p3nyHsTued Has1 Has1Turned Has HasTurnedin
Turned Tued Turnedin in 29395082 29395082EXPLANATION 29395082EXPLANATION 29395082EXPLANATION
JEW YORK yonI YO K Aug 31 31Announo 31Announoment 31AmmnOimnCG 31AmmnOimnCGI Annoonco AnnooncoI
NEW I 4 I ment was made today by th the of officers offcers officers ¬
ficers fcers of the Equitable Equl ablo Life Lie As Assurance A Asuran Assuranee ¬
surance suran e company compay that the Indebtedness Indebtednessto Indebln Indeblnto
to the society of the Depow Improve Improvement Improvement Improvemeat ¬
ment company was va paid this after afternoon aNa aNanoon afternoon ¬
noon the principal and interest interestamounting Interet Interetmountlg interestamounting
amounting mountlg to 29395082 The corres correspondence cone conepondence corvespondence ¬
pondence incident to the transaction transactionwas trnscton trnsctonwas
was also at the suggestion suggeston of Free President prMident Freeident
ident Paul Morton 1lorton made public publc to tothe tothe tOthe
the end Mr Morton said that the theImpression theImpression theImpression
Impression unjust to Senator Chaun Chauncey Chauncey Chauncey
cey M 1 Depew might be removed removedThe romovedThe removedThe
The correspondence consists cons1ts of three threeletters threeletters threeletters
letters of even date the first firt addressed addressedto adroe
to Mr Morton orton by b Henry B Ander Anderson Anderson Antlerm3on ¬
son of the law firm frm of Anderson AndersonAnderson Ancerson AncersonAnderson AndersonAnderson
Anderson attorneys atorne s for the Depew Im Improvement Improvement Tmprovement ¬
provement company announcing that thatthe thatthe thattime
the reorganization reorganizton committee commitee of the theDepew tle tleDepew tipmDepemm
Depew Improvement company compny had hadperfected hadperfected hadperfected
perfected title to the property not coy covered cv cvered coyored ¬
ered by She me Equitable mortgage and andwas and andwas mindwas
was prepared to take over the prop property property property ¬
erty which secured secure the loan lQnl paying payingin payinIn
in cash to the Equitable Equiable the face fac of ofthe 1t 1tthe atthe
the loan and interest interestDepews interestDepews InterestDepews
Depews Plaint PlaintThe PlaintThe PlaintThe
The second letter leter also als addressed addres to toMr tor toMr
Mr r Morton is from Senator Depew Dapewwho Depewwho Depewwho
who states explicitly explcIU his part in the thetransaction thetrnsacton thetransaction
transaction trnsacton between the improvement improvementcompany Improvementcompany Improvementcompany
company and the Equitable Equiable society socletyand socletyandpoints and andpoints amidpoints
points out what he declares are inac inaccuracies Inaccuracies maccuracies ¬
curacies in the published publshed statements statementsthrough sttments sttmentsthrough statementsthrough
through which a grave injustice Injustce has hasbeen 1a9 1a9been ha9been
been done him Among other things thingsSenator thingsSenator thingsSenator
Senator Denew DCIew says saysI
I had nothing to do with the or organization organizaton organization ¬
ganization ganizaton of the Depew Improvement Improvementcompany Improvementcom Improvementcompany
company com pan not even tho use of my name namenor namenor namenor
nor was wa I in any way wa connected with withit
it until unti five fye years after afer its Il incorporat incorporattion incorpot
tion ton when I purchased purchasd for 100000 1000 in incash Incash incash
cash a onefifteenth oneffteenth in the stock com company m mpan mpany ¬
pany pan The company at that time tme had hada
a tract trct of land consisting consitng of about 2760 2760subdivided 210 2700subdtyided
subdivided lots and 265 lores not sub subdividbd subdividld subdivldbd
dividbd dividld
Loan Upon Lots LotsThe LotsThe LotsThe
The Equitable Equiable Life fe loaned S600W S600Wupon SOOO 50O0Oupon
upon 1575 of the companys lots These Theselota Theselots Theselots
lots were selected as constituting consttutng the themoat themost themost
most valuable tracts there At the thetime thetme timetime
time tme the mortgage was made mae these thee lots lotswere lotswere lotswere
were selling se1ng the lowest at 300 30 and andthe andthe andthe
the highest at 600 each The rlhe valua valuation yaluation valuation ¬
tion placed upon the plot by the Equi Equitable Equitable Equltable ¬
table appraisers appralers at that time tmE was wa 391 391i 0L
the theland theland theland
i 750 that upon the balance of
land owned by the company 640000 6000 a atotal atotal atotal
total valuation valuaton of the property of 8SS 9
750 An appraisal aPDtisal was at the same samei sme smetme sametime
i time made and submitted submited to the Kquf Equltable lul lultable
1 tme table by William Vilam B Cutter Cuter one of ofthe ofthe of5the
the the loading x01 real estate te men menot of Buf Buffalo Uf Uffalo f ffalo ¬
falo in whieh whi h he e appraised a plL ll the tie value valuedf valuethe valuef
df f the lots loaned loane on at at 768000 768000In 1600 1600In 793000In
In 1901 a real 101 estate depression set setj st stin setin
j in in and about abut Buffalo Bufalo which lowered loweredvalues loweredvalues loweredvalues
values and checked cheked the growth of the thetown thetown thetown
town of Depew It I was at this time timeOctober tme timeOetober
October 1901 and not when the loan Ioanwas Ioa loanwas
was made in January 1898 1898that that the theinsurance theinsurance I
insurance department departmentauprIsed appraised a part partof pt ptof partof
of the property covered covere by the Equi Equitables Equitbles Equitables
tables at 150000 15OO00I
tbles mortgage 600 600Denies k kDenies
I Denies All Al Charges ChargesMr
Mr Depew then recites recies the charges chargeshaving charge chargeshaving
having been made against him himdenying himd himdenying
denying d nying each Of the charges chrgew which whichrelated whichrelated hich hichrelated
related to transactions transctons resulting resulng from fromthe tromthe fromtime
the default defaul of the company comp compti4ty and the theforeclosure theforeclosure theforeclosure
foreclosure of the loan by the Equi Equitable Equitable Eqimitable ¬
table he says sys that as is s a result rel of the thecompanys thecompanys thecompanys
companys embarrassment embarrasment a reorgani reorganization reorgni reorgnizaton reorganizatiorm ¬
zation was determined upon and andthough andthough andthough
zaton upn
though there fere were unavoidable delays delaysI deJ delaysthe ys
I the plan was progressing progroBlng as rapidly rapidlyas
as possible The company was to be beIncorporated beincorported beincorporated
Incorporated incorported and was to Issue Isue bonds bondsfor bondstor bondsfor
for 750000 to supply funds to take tlke up upthe upthe upthe
the Equitable Equiable mortgage mortgge principal principl and andInterest AndInterest nd ndinterest
Interest Interest and to pay py the other debts debtsof debt debtsof
of the company There was wa not any anyother an anothet anyother
other purpose than that the Equitable Equitableshould Equiable Equiableshould Equitableshould
should be fully fuU protected protectedLetter protecte protectedLetter
Letter Leter From Morton MortonThe MortonThe MortonThe
The foregoing foregoinJ communications communIcatons were wereacknowledged werencknowledged wereacknowledged
acknowledged in the following tonowh let lettr lettr lettr
Aug 31 1905 1905My My 1y Dear Senator I Iamvery Iam Iam
amvery am very much pleased to receive your yourletter yourletter yourletter
letter and the communication communlction of the theorganization theorganizaton theorganizatiomi
organization organizaton committee commItee of the Depew DepewImprovement Dep DepewImprovement
Improvement company which hlch disposes diapoeeof di8 di8ot disposesof
of the matter mater in compny a manner entirely entrely sat satisfactory st stisfactory satisfactory ¬
isfactory to the Equitable Equitble An A im impression Impression tampression ¬
pression of the situation situaton which was wa or arroaeous orronous orroneous
roaeous ronous and unjust to you OU is Ii dispelled dispelledI dlsple
I think that it can cn best bGt be removed remved by bymaking bymaking b bmaking
making these two communications communicaton pub public publc publie ¬
lie lc and will wi do so if i this action aclon will willbe wU mIllbe
be agreeable to you youYours youYours youYours
Yours very ver truly trulySigned trulySigned trulySigned
1 Hon Chauncey M r Depew Depe New NewYork NewYork NewYork
Henry Stanley Shoots a Girl and andTurns andTurns andTurns
Turns Gun on Himself HimselfSpokane HimselfSpokane HimselfSpokane
Spokane Wash Aug SI StHary StHaryStanle StHarry StHarryStanley Harry HarryStanley
Stanley Stanle aged 38 fired fire two shots hot at atAlice at atAlce atAlice
Alice Alce Durkee aged 19 In the the Eldorado Eldoradolodging Etdolulo Etdoluloloding Idorudolodging
lodging loding house tonight and then sent a abullet abulet a abullet
bullet bulet into his hi own head hed Be is J llviog llviogbut lvJQ liviugbut
but will wi die Miss ls Durkee was shot in inthe Inthe Inthe
the groin but will w1 recover reover She Se came camehere cme cmehere camehere
here a few fe days ago with ih her bel sister sisterfrom sisterfrom sisterfrom
from Northport NOlthport Wash in search er h of ofemployment ofemployment ofemployment
employment Apparently Apparenty Stanley Stanle had hadknown hd hdknown hadknown
known her herlefore before for after ater some somewords somewords somewords
words regarding hr h r approaching mar marriage marriage marriage ¬
riage to another he pursued pUlsuedhEr her into intoa lute lutea
a room firing fring his revolver She rolled rolledunder rolledunder
under a bed be when Stanley Sinley stooped stoopeddown stoopeddown
down and fired another anothersimot shot As she sheexclaimed sheexclaimed sheexclaimed
exclaimed that she was killed h1J he heturned heturned beturned
turned the revolver againgt agin t himself himselfStanley himselfStanley himselfStanley
Stanley was employed emplo ed in a a livery liverystable liverystable
stable stableOLDTIME stableOLDTIME stableOLDTIME
Meeting Wound Up With a Dinner Dinnerat
at the WaldorfAstoria WaldorfAstoriaNew WaldorAstoria WaldorAstoriaXew WaldorfAstoriaNew
New York Aug SI 31A A dinner of oftita oftitaOld the theOld theOd
Old Od Time Telegraphers Telegphers and Historical Historicalassociation Historicl Historiclfssolaton Historicalfissociatloit
association and the Society of the theUnited theUnite theUnited
fssolaton an
United Unite States State Telegraph rrelerph corps tonight tonighti tonightmnred tonightmar1ed
i marHed the close cl se of the annual anunl joint jointconvention jointconventon jointconvention
convention conventon of the organizations orgnization The Thedinner Thedinner Thedinner
dinner was served at the Waldorf WaldorfAstoria WaldorfAstoria ValdorfAstora
Astoria Astora hotel hotftlThe hot hotThe hotelThe
The dinner company burst bur t Into In o cheers cheerswhen cheerswhen
when Melville lelvle E Stone as toastmaster toastmasterdeclared toastmasterdeclared toastmasterdeclared
declared that with wih the whole world worldringing worldrning worldringing
ringing rning with the joy of peace he of offered otfered offered ¬
fered no apology for proposing as the thefirst thefirst timefirst
first toast of the evening the health healh of ofPresident otPresident ofPreldent
President Roosevelt Roosevel Standing Standin the thadiners to todiners thedimmers
diners drained the t10 SJR6 gjassej and tlM tlMssirng t tiqn tln tlnstmg
ssirng v My IYCQUltr1f Iv Country oumitr Tj Tts of ofTlUmJS J aelr aelrTjjOmas eI eITjjdmns
iqn TjjOmas A Kdlson IJatm and Vlatfcute Clttu IT ITjfaekoyvwero pr1 pr1MackeY
jfaekoyvwero MackeY rackyOlO wru among the guests gUt8tS
Miss rss Susie Barnum lnum Thrown to the theGround theGround theGround
Ground by byhug byflhugASSAILANT Q3hug Q3hugASSAILANT
T HRQWN HRO to t the U grocnd p fcy ly y a thus thuswho thu thuI thugI
I who tried tre to t chloroform cJf tier M Miss MissSuite Mits MitsSul MissSusie
Suite Sul Barnum Bum a t tegmph tp opera operator optla optlator operator ¬
tor at Ui te time Kmttsford Kut hotel bl was a just justable JUSable Joeable
able to stream 8rm for to help hp before or sh shfainted 5hfainted sbtainted
fainted last evening ovenfo Tb Ti The man mn leaped leapedor l apel
or or her at the Main street trt outran outranto otraHIt otraHItto ontrammtto
to Gregory Gr ory court court Women Voen called cJtd HI HImen inmen n nmen
men to run to the scene ene and the as asI as1nt assahlant
sahlant 1nt fe fled fledII
II I was wa going home from the th hotel hotelshortly hottl hottlsortY hotelsbortly
shortly sortY after ate 10 oclock oclck aid Miss MissBarnum Missl3Hvnumn U8SBtnul
Barnum Btnul The man mn walked down dow thf thfstreet tht thtstrt th thstreet
street strt ahead ahed of me He kept kpt aboy aol abo aboten
ten feet in front frt all al the way ay y to Greg Gregory Grtg GrtgOr Gregory ¬
ory Or court Occasionally OCCalo1y he looked loke ov o ohis ovr ovrhis i ihis
his shoulder r I noticed notC his actions actionscauae aions h hcau be because >
cause cau of that tba fact factAt fact factAt
At the entrance entrnce to t the court cur right rightat
at the corner cmer he stopped stp Aa A I wen W1 wentin i iin lIn
in he leaped lep on me lie from frm rota behind bhin H Hthrew Hthrew IItimrew >
threw his hil hands hndl about abut my throat thrt and aiuia anlQ andas
a Q as I fell to the ground gound he slipped sippd a ahandkerchief ahandkerchief t thandkerchief
handkerchief over ver my throat tbrot I was uiasable wasable 5 5able
able to scream srem once onceAssailant on onceAssailant
Assailant Assaiant Flees at Cries CriesMiae CriesMil CriesMiss
Miss Mil Barnums scream screm was heard hetJ by bywomen 1 1omen bywomen
women in the neighboring houses hUH They Theycalled Time Thtcle y ycalled
called cle out one of them shouting 2houtng 11 11her tb tbher V Vher
her son sn to run to t the place plc Whe Whethe Whf Whmthe
the young man m n arrived the te assailant assailanthad aian assailanthad t
had fled fledHe tie fledHe
He had taken handkerchief IIandkechief ant antchloroform awtchlorform ziitchloroform
chloroform chlorform with wih him though tou h Patrol Patroiman Patrolman Patromaim
man Joseph JoJJh Bush Bu h who wh was U detail detailon detaWI detaWIon
on the case was 8 still stt able to SITUI SITUIthe SIW ammIthe I Ithe
the fluid fuid when whe he came eme to the hon housWhen hUl honWhen
When he threw thrw Mi s Bernura Brum the te thiu thiupressed t1 thu thupressed
pressed pre his knees knee bard brd on her he ba bauk baukShe K KShe h
She fainted tainte with wih the pain and frig frigand trigland fnigand
and was still sti insensible insnslhle when whe carri cnjt cnjtawayby carr carraway i iaway
away awayby by neighbors neighborsFortunately neighbor neighborsFortunately
Fortunately the alarm was U given a1 a1once a aonce aonce
once and the fellow felow had to flee n almo almoaa almoa almoas
aa a soon ae he made the attack att Mis MisBarnum MisBarnum
Barnum Brnum hag been ben working worki at in inKnuuford thKnuuford tbKnutaford
Knuuford Knuuford for some Ime time tme She Sh says saysshe sayzshe aY aYshe
she never saw i w the man before He ww wwfairly w wfalrb wefairly
fairly falrb well el dressed dressedGregory dleSe dressedGregory
Gregory Gre ory court runs from Main ti tiWest tl to toWest
West We Temple street between btwen Sixth an ali aliSeventh aleSeventh i iSeventh
Seventh South Suth streets streataPUSHES strets stretsPUSHES streetsPUSHES
Chicago Chcago Northwestern Norwester Gets Rights Rightsof
of Way From Fom Wyoming Indians IndiansThrough IndiansTh IndiansThrough
Through Th ugh Reservation ReservationSpecial Reservaton ReservatonStll ReservationSpecial
Special Stll to The fb UteaM UteaMLamier 11 Fj9iLLander
Lander L n4 er Wy WO Wyq4 Aug AU JRight Rlbt of W Wcent WAget V VAgent
Agent cent Vallette V Iletl of the te Chicago Cblco ft Norti Nortiwestern XurttWestern urt L Lwern
western wern ia in the tht city and states state that thathas Utahu
has now nw secured sure title WIt to right ht of wa wafrom W Wt wafoIIt < >
from t t tb tjuj Indjan Id tbfoiurh t th tl reseisi reseisiUon rCtt ressu ressutJQn
Uon tn This Ti removes rlH HHViiurxtioii UfII as HI t ithe tthe tthe
the ability ablity of the Northwestern Non wtf I IJ < u j obtv obtvright obtiright blil blilht
right ht of war wr wa through tbruh this tht iarrfi lnd land t it wan wancUimed wac wuscLaimed
cLaimed ctlme by many mny that they would fine finean lidan ii iian
an obstacle otce in the Indians tiu < t wouid v Quid h hbard hbard k khard
bard to t overcome There TEr is i nnw no hi hid hidrnce liidrance
drnce drance d ranee to the Northwestern Northwtsttrn progress IHoJrs ILnder i iLander tLander
Lander Lnder and an work on o the thf eastnrn aSIrl end Rndte endthe nrt nrtthe
the te branch brnch i is being Min pushed p eJ with wih all al i iw iwsibic > u ualble Ulfbl
alble lfbl speed Thousands Tounds of graders at atat il ilat s m mat <
at work p and the th forces fo present much th thappearance t1 tbappearance
appearance of a small ml army Oovtn Oovtnwagons CO oie oiewagons I
appnc ww wagons are a pushing puhlng went we from m Casper CasJr t rbe tb tbe
be b on o the scene en at the tint tn thai of the cpeti cpetiteg CpHJK epetJag
Jag JK and aD a teat tat city ely tat being b e tabishei estabiisheLat tabisheiat blshfi blshfiat
at creek ertk Sheshone S the Ue new JW town twn en 8 Poison Poisoncreek Poi PoisonCreek u uertk
TO COST 3000000 3fOOOOOOBig 3000000Big 3000000Big
Big Order for Cars and Engines Giv Given Given Given ¬
en by Harriman Lines LinesChicago Lnes LnesCbi LinesChicago
Chicago Cbi o Aug Au M 31What What ia i claimtJ climt 10 10be 10b inbe
be b the largest Jargeit order orer for fo chair chir cars crl evr evriven t1r t1rlven ergiven
given by a railroad rird in this thli country ha hajust hi tinjust
just jus lven been ben approved apprve by executive exeuU officer officerof offier offierof
of the Harriman Hriman lines lne It I calls cls for aevei aeveityfive BVel BVelt1h sevemtyfive
tyfive t1h < e extra extr long modern moer coaches a he fitt fittwith fito < I Iwith
with Uh chairs chair upholstered uphohtrf in green gren Th Thtotal ri ritotal
total totl cost ct will wi be b 1799000 sO 755O the care cr costiii costiiisomething costim1g costim1gsomething OStIJf
imthin something over ove JWOft 0 each ech They Te wji wjibe t tbe
be 1 used us in the system Yltem west wet of Ogden OgdenSouthern OgdtI OgdenSouthern
Southern Sthern Pacific Pacific Oregon Orcol Short Srt Lint LintShasta LiCI LintShasta
Shasta Sast route rute and Pacific Pal coast COst line lne In Inaddition Inaddito I Iaddition
addition addito to the passenger equipment or orders order orders ¬
ders der have been b given for 5200 52 freight fresht car carof carot cartor
of various VaOUI kinds knd gve and 136 1 new n4W locomotive locomotiveThe lomothf locomotiveThe
The Te cost Ct of the tht new nw cars cr and engines eoln6 wit wiibe w witbe J JD
be D close elo to J200050 fOtA The Te contracts cntrt will willcall wmcn w t I Icall
call cn for 10DS 19 deliver deliverOrder de1ver de1verOrder deliveryOrder
Order Not Yet Made MadeLp Madep Madetp
Lp p to last Jt evening evenln the local lol general generalfreight generaltreibt generalfreIght
freight treibt office off of the Oregon Oeon Short Sort Lin Linhad Linha Lino Linohad
had ha not been bn notified nUtio of o the order orer whirl whirlit whrl whrlI wiiieiIt
it I is believed bive will 1m be b issued iuue shortly sborty by byTraffic tn tnTrt byTraffic
Traffic Trt Director Dretor J C Stubbs Stubb adding the thVOgden thpOde theOgden
Ogden Ode Sparks Srks and Tonopah Tonoph territory terrLory t tthat ttht tthat
that now under the traffic department departmentTha
tht nw une tafdprtment tafdprtmente
The e additional additinl territory teritor has already alredy been beenplaced bn bnplc beenplaced
placed plc under undr the jurisdiction jurilo of the open operating opr oprat opensting ¬
sting at department deprtment by a general generl order is issued ise isuetl ¬
sued e earlier erl r in the te week weekWill week weekWi weekWill
Will Wi Feed at Nampa NampaFor NampaFo
For Fo the Cnveince convenience of Its i1 patrons 1tons dur durg durthe durtug
tug g the crowded crw ed fair fir season sen tHe Oregon Oregontort OregonSr Oregonshort
Sr short tort Line has ls decided dlide to allow train trailsNo trainNo trainNo
No 5 and 6 to stop at Nampa Nampa for me meal mealJW mcalinstead < t1 t1tnstead
instead JW an of relying on the dining dlntn room rom t rtake ttke ttake <
take tke care cre of reyn all al au hungry passengers paengers Th Thrush T1 T1h Tbrush ¬
rush h for the past pst month has ha been beengreat ben benrt i igreat
great rt that it has ha been ben almost almot ImDossiJ ImDossiJto Im 0slL 0slLt
to t accommodate acmmte all in the dining dlbll car carRailroad ca carI
I Railroad Rairoad Notes NotesThe NotesThe
The Th last lt of the Oregon Oreon Short Lines Linesexcursions Linesexcursions
morrow morrowGeneral mr morrowGenerai excursions excur to t the th north noth will wi be run rn rtnmorrow to tomorrow tomr
General Genel Manager Mger G W r VaHery an1 of lh lhColorado 11 I IColorado
Colorado Midland ilnd is expected expe to arrive alrin in < n nSalt nSalt
Salt St Lake Lke today todayGeneral toay toayGeneral todayGeneral
General Manager Jpr W r H I Baaaroft Boft art anilGeneral artGeneral r1 r1Getr
General Getr Passenger PJer Agent A lt p 1 B Burl Burlof BUrlof u uof
of the Oregon Orel Short JAne Lfa hav hy made mdt a abrief it itbef abrief
brief trip to Idaho IdahoA
bef A party trp of RaymondWhitcomb RmodVhltmh RaymoedWimitcomband ptoi ptoiand ptI
and a a number numbr of delegates deet to the rfni rfnitian tThtithin j jtn
thin an tn church chuJh conference cnferenc in San Sn Frand Frandwere lriuhi lriuhiwere rsmmuk rsmmukwere
were among the te eastbound ealtbuft < tourists wii wiiarrived L Larrwd liarrived
arrived arrwd among in Salt Slt Iak Jakl yesterday yesterdayR 7Hteray 7HterayR tourts
R D Perkins Perku whO wh was wa connected ceted vn v i ithe 11 11the t i ithe
the engineering enginern corps of the tht Salt St L Ld < k kroute l lroute
route rute while it i was wa I buildlrg bUid Irg received Iv wori woritills wor worthis o i iUt
tills Ut week wek of o his appointment applnUent to a p psltion palo pt ptattica >
attica alo under the thitf bltf engineer of i iO 1O
O R R uner K > > Mr Pentnw Peulb ennr will wl lev Jent Jentone lee t tonce tonce
once one for Portland PortlandGLAD PorUandGLAD PortlandGLAD
Count Tolstoi Wishes It Would Be Bethe Bethe Bethe
the Last LastMoscow LastMos LastMoscow
Moscow Mos Aug 31 31Cou Cou t Tolatoi Tottoi Tottoicevo re received c ccelvod ¬
ceived cevo information infolDton Tuesday Tuea that pea peaat pa paat peaat
at Portsmouth Ports1OtI was wa practically pletcaUy as assured aFsure assured ¬
sured according acordlng to are an intimate Intmate friend friendof
of the family famiY Commenting Cometing then upo upopeace UPHpece up uppeace
peace pece as an established 6blihe fact fct Count CountTolstoi COUllTolstol CouitTolstol
Tolstol said saidI ald aldI
I am am indeed inee very ver happy happY to see int intend i mt mteimd ti tiond ¬
end of this fearful ferul butchory butchd but it i i ia Igret tii >
a ii great gret pity piy that tlat this war will 1 not n t b bthe bthe btime
the last lut It I oannot oot be the last la becau becaunations beauf beaufnations becaue becauenations
nations will w1 fight ght each ech other so o Ions Ionsas longas jonuas
as the social system remains un unchanged U1changed u uchanged ¬
changed so long as a opposition oppsi m an aii1 aii1trOt a athroats i ithreats
threats trOt are ae considered conidere dogmas dOgts of so society soclety s scioty ¬
ciety cietyTolstoi cletyT01stol ciotyToltoi
Tolstoi made ia e i 10 ito o rommeii tOllmEII zommmnmetqonditloax un n ti ticonditions t J JqondltOmotpeace
conditions qondltOmotpeace of peace declaring them 1 l lbe tbe
be tlUliOi qPlQl tfnimportaia nimponaJt in if 1 t tjLlt Pt i ariFo ariFowlth Tif
wlth 1tUL jLlt the th final fnal results r > ulf 10 b he < a atnfi atnfiirp atsinei atsineithrpug1itbe inei ineinrpugKlthe
nrpugKlthe irp h the confeiemc lonflllDlC confem ufict

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