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t I t T THE H MH E SALT SA L T 1 j L1 LAKE Tt jIE HERALD HERALDEstablished U E R A LD WEATHER LAST Gonerally FOR EDITION EDITIONWEATHER fair HALT warmer warmerSilver warm warmStIver LAKE LAKEGonerally
IERALbU
Silver IVerOcperounce IVerOcperounceCoper 88Hc l4c per ounce ounceCopper ounceCopper
Copper casting 15 5 518c per pound poundLead
pound poundP
P Established Esta lished June 6 1870 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY Y SEPTEMBER SEP EMBER 7 1905 Price Five Cents Lead in oro W50 N Y Mi2fc
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THIRTEEN NEW NEWCHOLERA NEWCHOLERA NEWL
L CHOLERA CASES CASESTotal
Total otal of 90 Cases and 26 Deaths Re Reported Reported Reported ¬
ported From Berlin BerlinHAMBURG BerlinNOTHER
ANOTHER HAMBURG CASE CASEINREGTED CASEINEECTED CASEINCTED
1
INREGTED AREA SAID TO BE BEWIDENING BEWIDENING
1
WIDENING WIDENINGERLIN WIDENINGERLN WIDENINGflifltLLN
flifltLLN ERLIN Sept 6 4i3 p m mAn An ofll ofllclal orne
e clal bulletin just issued says that thatthirteen thatthirteen thatthirteen
thirteen new esUMe ca of cholera and andtwo andtwo andtwo
two deaths were ere reported during the thetwentyfJour thetvontyfour thetWOfttyfcur
twentyfJour hours ending endin at noon to today today today ¬
day making makl the total ninety cases ee and andtwantyalx andtwentylx andtwonty1x
twantyalx deaths deathsTha deathaThQ deathbThe
The infoeted arm ar watt wa i aeiIbIy aeiIbIy1vdend rtbly rtblywldanod bly blywldcmod
wldanod today The River Oder has hasbecome hubeoome hasbeooine
become tainted Three cases have been beenrenopted beenlDolted henreDoted
renopted from the administrative dis district d1atrlot diatrk ¬
trict trk of PrankfortontheOder in thr thrsmall three threetflll threenvnall
small places along the stream lt m among amongthe amongthe amongthe
the river men Thirty boatmen have haveben havebeen havetheelt
ben quarantined at Kustrin a rail rallWsvy nUy railway
way y town to near the union of the Oder Odera Oder2Uld Oder3tnd
a 2Uld a the Warthe Sharp sanitary pro procautlon protton projitlons
cautlon jitlons tton have been takon throughout throughoutthe throughoutthfltrict
the th thfltrict thfltrictNEW district districtNEW mtrtclNEW
NEW CASE AT HAMBURG HAMBURGWoman HAMBURGI HAMBURGWoman HAMBURGWoman
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Woman Infected by Contact With WithRussian WithRussian WithRussian
Russian Immigrants ImmigrantsHambu ImmigrantsBbui ImmigrantsHmbu
Hambu Bbui Sept 6 6A A case of chol cholera ehole ctolera
era e the third up to date was found to toiay toJay toilay
Jay in the heart of the business and andXfiotrt andhotel andd
d 4hot hotel districts here The new cas ease is ishat Ishat ishat
Xfiotrt
hat of a Pol polish OI1eh ten woman living in a thin thinpopulated thinPOpulated thinIopulatd
populated alley The health au aupritlce aurlt1N aurlt1e
pritlce rlt1N expect to discover several severalr
> < r re cases as the result rei > ult of this one oneThe oneThe oneThe
The authorities trace the latest case caseof cuet caseL
L of t cholera to the same source S UlC as the thei
t 1 i other oth two When hen the Russian emi emigrants 8ft1igrIInta endI ¬
I grants came to Hamburp Hanibur they were werettsrmitted were1nIUed wererntttetl
ttsrmitted 1nIUed to enter the town where wherettiey where1Iie here heretttey
ttiey 1Iie visited a dance hall Here the thewoman theevldenlly thewv1an
woman evidently came into contact contactwt contactw contactwUk
wt w wUk H h them thel She now lies lte in the Eo EoPftftadorfer EnP ianPlIdorfer
Pftftadorfer P orrw hospital but may recover recoverAuthorities reeoverAuthorities recoverAuthorities
Authorities Are Frank FrankDr FrankDr FrankDr
Dr McLaughlin in an interview interviewMtUt InterviewtUt interviewwith
with tUt the Associated Press today said I II
1 I am very ery much pleased plea d with the thefrankness thefraokn8 theI
I frankness ii and openness olenn li1 both of the au authotlctM amthot1rt anI
I thotlctM thot1rt and the steamship companies companiesToday companiesT companiesToday
T Today I was as informed of the discovery discoveryof
of the latest case but It was wa oUlclally oUlclallypublished oUciallypubUabed otfleiallypublished
published and this information enabled enabledrue enabledroe enabledI
I rue to t promptly visit the infected house houseanil houseand
1 and neighborhood in n which it was W situ situated aituated situI ¬
I ated I found JMt t the precautions precautionstaken precautionstakeu precautionstke
taken tke were moi m stectln stectlnSces A7rectIvcSees htctlve htctlveSees
Sees No Danger DangerTke Dangerrite DangerThe
rite methods of the Hamburg
Amtr aerteltn CH t Steamship company CO are arevery arevery uevery
very thorough and there is no D danger dangerof
of the U disease spreading to the United UnitedStAiM UnitedThe Unitedtit
StAiM tit Th The American regulations re requirr req reqiIr
quirr q tfc t detention det eoUon of emigrants from froma tromall froman
all a JMMiMt country fOr ftv v days which whichis
is i the period of Incubation for cholera cholerawhite cholerawhite cholerawhile
white the company lom U1Y here h re detains d all allemigrants aUtmtatauts allemIgrits
emigrants boun bou bouuq for the United States Statesfur Statefor Statestot
fur at t team t six lx days I shall > have no nofiVMKJjL noilL nogvj1
fiVMKJjL in ilL ah gvj1 tjvinr a clean clea bill of o othk
hel beIttJ FteiMlN tD1M iM rat Gre Fwald WaJderaee rsee for the thethousand tbethouMnd thethunenad
thousand emigrant em nla now detained on onthe onthe onthe
the Bulgaria in midstream below belowHamburg belowHambu belowHamburgS
Hamburg HamburgDr Hambu HambuDr HamburgSDr
Dr McLaughlin assisted i ted at the bac bacteriological MCtet101octcal ¬
0 teriological examination of todays todaysiase tooaysalie todaysease
ease alie and declared the grm to be bethat bethato thatof that thatof
of o cholera He cabled ca bled the autarkies autarkiesat
at Washington aahln on to that effect effectHie effectnte effectThe
The MamtMiry authorities vthortt have htt estab estalhshd tab ¬
lished a station aUon for the control and andexamination andtxamJnaUoft andexamination
examination of crews coming eonln from the theupper theupper theuppr
upper Elbe ElbeMcLaughlin ElbeMcLaughlin EibeMcLaughlin
McLaughlin at Work WorkHamburg WorkHambul WorkHamburg
Hamburg Hambul Sept 6 GPast Past Assistant AssistantSurgeon AlatantSu AsalstatSurgeon
Surgeon Su n McLaughlin of the United UnitedStates UnitedStat UnitedStts
States Stat marine ne hospital corps who ar arrived arrived arrived ¬
rived here yesterday ye torday from Naples un under under under ¬
der orders to make a thorough tborou h investi investigation Investik ti tiJatlon ¬
k gation of the situation and who ho has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been instructed to enforce the United Unite
States treasury regulations relative to toships to8hl toships
8hl ships leaving for American Amer1 < an ports be began b bpn begait ¬
gait work today He visited the quar quarantine quaranUne quarantine ¬
antine station and will go o to Haven Havenand Havenand Havenand
and examine the 1000 emigrants there therebound therebound therer
r bound for fo New York when they th y will willbe willbe I
be transferred from the Bulgaria to tosail tothe i ithe
the Grat raf Waldenee on which they will
I 1 sail for America AmericaFatal AmericaFatal AmericaFatal
Fatal Fatal Case at Bromberg BrombergBremberx BrombergBrombetg BrombergThrornberg
Bremberx Prussia Pru ia Sept IOne IOnedeathtrom 1Onedeath One Onedeath
death deathtrom from cholera has h occurred here hereIt hereIt hereIt
It has been definitely ascertained that thata
a farmer tarm in Ludwikovo and a man in inWoygleekovo inWoycleokevo
Woygleekovo rOy leokovo who were confined owing
to auspicious cloua symptoms in their cases casesare c cItre casesitre
Itre afflicted with cholera choleraSpread cholerdSpread
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4 Spread in West Prussia
Marienwerder West eat Prussia Sept Septi 8 815ire GrI
15ire rI i fresh cholera cases and one onedeat onedeatlt onet
t deatlt deat have been retried in this ad adDeath admlwtlKrative admiiJiratlve
mlwtlKrative district dWtrlctDeath districtDeath
Death at Posen PosenPoten PosenPOIon PosenPoon
Poten Prussia St SIt > t 1The The wife of ofa ofa ofI
a ship owner Karl Schemer of Stettin Stettindied StetUndied Stettindied
died here today of cholera choleraASK lholera1IJ1I choleraASK
1IJ1I 1IJ1IASK
I ASK FOR PROTECTION PROTECTIONNew
New Zealand Manufacturers Throt Throttled Throttled Throttied ¬
tled by the American Har Harvester Hflrvester HarJ ¬
J vester Trust TrustLondon TrustLelMloa TrustLsstdon
London Se Sept L 7 lTh The > Times Imea correspond eorrecnondrnt eorr correspondent poncl poncltnt
tnt at Wellington WeUJft ton N Z saya sayaThe sayaTlte saysThe
The oneration of utthe the American har harvester harveMier ¬
vaster trust are seriously riou l menacing th thproepority the tlMoprolJl thepmmoIlty
lilY o t P New Kaland aIAAd implement implementmakers impiententmakera Implementmakers
makers The manufacturers Maltuf ctWe1ll ctWe1llthat reeontsethat roeognixe roeognixethai
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that wen VSn en a protective tariff of St per p cent centwould ceatWould coatwould
would bo unavailing unavailingA
A deputation today asked the govern government covernmaut governmoat ¬
moat to prevent the trust from doing doingbusinotw dcMDCbusin8lHi doinga
busineSs The premier replying M t the thedeputation thedeputatJOA theleputatioft
deputation asked its members It they theywanted urwanted Lb Lbwanted
wanted war with the fnited nlted State Sttea ad adding adding adding ¬
ding that he did not think that country countrywould counttywould countrywould
would stand such prohibition or that the theagricultural theagricultural theagricultural
a agricultural members member would agree Kr to a aprohibitive arhlblO a1mhIbIU0
prohibitive rhlblO tariff trft He said id However that thatsomething tht thtfmehlng thatsomething
fmehlng something might be h done if the te focal focalmanufacturers localjuanufacturera I Imanufcturer
manufacturers manufcturer would agree alr not to mi 1 niIs niIsprices e eprices
prices The premier intimated Intmate that tt the thegovernment thegovernment thegovernment
government JrCe would woul proceed roo with v1th the te mo monopolies meI ¬
I nopolies nole prevention prenUon bill billJOHN bi billJOHN
I I IJOHN
JOHN HANCOCK WILL WILLDIE WILLDIE WILLfleno
DIE ON THE GALLOWS GALLOWSRene
Rene n Nev Ni Sept Set tTb sTe The supreme luprnte court courtof curt curtot
of Nevada datdR today handed hande down a decision decisiondenying deilion deilionde decisiondenyinK
denying l a motion mUO tor or H new ew trial in the theciso t thecase e ecaso
de ciso case IK Of John JouHancok Hancock charged chrCe with withmurdering1 wtthmurdaw
4 murdering1 two men on ° n the desert dNrt ten tenvearm tef tefe
7 vearm murdaw urg aa Hancock IaJok wan WI arrested arr an a he hewas heben hewas
was e bemg bo1n u flteoharged tohae from frm San Gn an Quentln Quentlna Quentn QuentnR
a few OW ben moaths rOlths ago and brought buht to Nevada Nevadafor Nnad vda vdafor
R for trial He wn wI b be hanged hng next HMt Friday Fridaymorning lrdy lrdymornlt Fridaymoroln
morning mornlt morolni >
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i STOCKMAN ILL ILLpahU ILl ILlplKl ILLpeehil
I pahU plKl to The meOmshaO1b H8id H era id idM > IOlaha
Olaha OmshaO1b N fe ept tM M W Litti < in ini rt rtto IIIdrdJ
i idaha 1 whl ch il ilJu ia iajust
Ju just IdrdJ rlU J1 f Ot tbr Sutl I m ia mkpt flLLLItct1i
to 1 seriouily W lL
JAPANESE JAPANESEGIVE JAPANESEGIVEVENT GIVE GIVEVENT GIVEVE
VENT VE NT TO ANGER ANGERFierce ANGEf ANGEfPieree
Fierce Rioting Riotng in the Streets of Tokio TokioTuesday Toko TokoTesday TokioTuesday
Tuesday Tesday Night NightFIVE Night Nighti NightFIVE
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FIVE HUNDRED I HUNDRED WOUNDED WOUNDEDOUTBREAK WOUNDEDOUTBREAK fOUNDEDJ
1 1qUTBRIA
OUTBREAK qUTBRIA AGAINST T TERMS TERMSPEACE RMS OF OFPEACE OFPEACE
PEACE TREATY TREATYi
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + t + + + + +
+ 4 +
4 4 Tokio Sept Spt 0 10 a amRiotng amRiotngbrke mRloting mRiotingt +
G
4 i t broke brke out ether here last Tuesday Tueay night nightIn +
4 + in connection ennetlon with wth the dlseatiBfae dlHt disautisf5cties rac +
4 ties over ove the results reull of the pence neca necaHtt 4 4t f fttlement
t settlement Htt nt There here were wer several severalt al + f fclMhe
t > clashes rlh with It th th the police plee and Bfd I It is osti tt 4 4t f fmated
1 t mated mate that two were ere killed kie and BOO r O Owoundej 4 +
4 wounded wounde The rioting riotng ceased c d at atmklllt +
4 + midnight mklllt Police Pole stations iatol wore the the theonly + f
+ + only property prpty destroyed d8troye d8troyet 4 + 4 4T f fOKIO
+ + + t + + + t tT + +
T OKIO OKl 0Kb Sept pt 5 delayed delaye In h transmls trnsmls trnsmlsaolhe trnnsmiI
T I I alow aolhe sIoThe The first tlrt turbulence attend attendant aHeJd aHeJdat attendant
ant at en Q the popular pular anger anse ever ove tha thaterms0f U11 thOterms5of
terms0f termslof peace peac arranged arrused with wih Russia Russiaprotest RU8l RU8ltok Russiatook
tok took lace teay today A mal mass meetm meeting meetingprotest t
protest prtet against aglMt the action actof of the goarn goarnment g8rn g8rnmet goorfltuent
met wa wa called cJed to ta te tae e place at HIblya HIblyapark Hlbl Hlblprk lliblyapark
park prk but the th metropolitan metropliln police polee closed closedthe clOed clOedth cloedthe
the th gates ata and ald attempted aUerlte to prevent the theaweinblage theablaBe theassemblage
assemblage ablaBe pt of the people peple The 11e munici municipality munlcI munlcIpUy muxtieFpaitty ¬
pality protested against the action acton of th thpolice the theplc thepollee
pUy Prtete asainst
police plc and andtJy finally the gates gte were thrown thrownopen trown trowno thrownopen
and andvoted andvote andvoted
open and a large lare crowd gathered sathere
voted o aD in favor of resolutions rMolutoni deel deeblrnJ deetsrintr deetsrintrthe rine rinethe
vote ti the nation nton humiliated bumlae and denouncing the theterms thl theterms
terms upon which the treaty of peace pece was wasarranged wasarnle1 wS5arranged
arranged arnle1 upn The crowd was serious in its itsconduct Is Iscnduct ItSconduct
conduct cnduct rather rther than angry and the po police pole p0lies ¬
lice le handled handle U i discreetly discreety ang The gathering gatheringeventually gatherin gatheringeventually
eventually eentulUr dispersed dllned in an orderly orderl man manner manner mannor ¬
ner
Newspaper Office Mobbed MobbedLater MobbedLtfr MobbedLater
Later Ltfr on however a I crowd attempted attemptedto atempted atemptedt
to t bold a meeting mtthl in the Shintomi the theatre theItre theatre ¬
atre Itre and the police pliE dispersed dlspNe It I A por portion porton portion ¬
tion ton of f the th crowd crd then proceeded proce to the theoffice theotflce theoffice
office of the Kokumin Shinbun the gov government governm government ¬
ernment ernm nt organ and fnd began hooting hotng Three Threeemploye Thre Threeemployee
employee emllye of the paper 11 armed arme with withswortla wi withsWords 1
swortla sWords appeared at the door of the thebuilding thebundln thebuilding
aPltere
building awor and IU1 checked Cftked the attack ataek and the thepolice thepll thepollee
police pll again dispersed dhilH r the crowd It I wa wathought WMA was wasthought
thought that the trouble touble had Ud pawn pawnwhen passed passedwhen al
when suddenly a portion prtin of the crown crownmade crfwf erowfltussle
made mde a ru rU rtitt h at the building buldlnl hurled hurledstones hurle buriedstones
stones > chinery ton and damaged damKe some > mc of the ma machinery m mcbnen maehtncrr ¬
Many Injured InjuredSeveral InjuredSvera InjuredSeveral
Several Svera persons were wee injured Injure during the theattack theatac theattack
attack atac but bt prlni the t1e police plee eventually eventualy cleared clearedthe clered cleredthe clearedthe
the street streU of f the th crowd and arrested arroted a anumber anumbr anumber
number numbr of the th rioters rioter The disorder disrder Is IBnot Isnot Isnot
not general eerl and the situation situaton is not notserious notnoUi notserious
seriousSimilar > serious seriousSimilar noUi
Similar Simiar meeting meUn have been l held at atOsaka lt ltOsk atOsaka
Osaka Osk and Nagoya Nagya which in round roundterma roundterml roundterms
terms terml denounced the government governmet and andasked andaed andashed
asked aed them thtl to t reign rienThe reignThe lhn lhnThe
The general Kenr yentiment lenllment throughout throushout the thecountry thecuntry thecountry
country cuntry seems S to favor reactionary rActonary meas measure me measUrea ¬
urti Urea ure but bt it appear clear cler that the tle ma maJority majrity maority
Jority jrity of the th people pepl will wi eventually eventuly ac accept ac accept ¬
cept cpt the remit rNh or the peace conference conferencehowever conferencebowver conferencehowever
bowver however disappointing dl ppinUng it I pc may ma be beDASH b beDASH
0 Q QDASH
DASH FOR FORNORlH NORTH POLE POLECommander POLEComnlander POLEComrnander
Commander Peary Pear in TTdrtU orh Green Greenland Greenland Greenland ¬
land Whenr VhenY His Hs XastMes XastMessage Last 7 7sage Mes ¬
sage Was as Sent SentNew SentNew SentNew
New York Sept 6 6Vhat What is believed
to be b the thf final word from Commander CommanderRobert CommanderRobert CommanderRobert
Robert E ii Peary Pey before his return from fromhis fromhi fromhis
his hi attempt atennt to reach rech the north pole polewas polea polewas
was a received teeive today by Herbert L LBridgnutn LBrdgman LBridgman
Bridgnutn Brdgman of Brooklyn Broklyn secretary of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Peary Pear Arctic Arctc club The 1he message messagecame messagecame messagecame
came from ELah Eth North Greenland Greenlandand Greenlnld Greenlnldand Greenlandand
and in II it it Commander Peary stated state that thathis thathla thathis
his ship the Roosevelt Hovel would ould leave leavethat lea leavethat ve vetht
that tht port prt on Aug 16 the date of the themessage themS9 themessage
message with twentythree twentythre Eskimo Eskimomen Eskimomen Eskimomen
men and ane rome rOle 300 OO dogs to establish etablsh a abase aba abase
base ba at Cdpe CD Sabine Sbine for the final fnal dash dashinto dah dahInto dashinto
into the froaen froen zones about the polo poloCommander poleCommander
Commander Comander Peary Pery added that the ml ma machinery machinery ¬
chinery chlney of the te Roosevelt Rooevel had been beenoverhauled beenover beenoverhauled
overhauled over auled and that everything every thins was in inreadiness inrcne81 inreadiness
readiness rcne81 for the ice fighting f2htng All Al on onboard onbrd onboard
board brd were well wellSt well wellSt wellSt
St Johns N P Sept 6rThe Peary Pearyexpeditions Pearyexpltons Pearyexpeditions
expeditions expltons auxiliary auxtary steamer stemer Erik Erike Eriketurne Erikteturned re returned
turned turne here from Cape Cap Sabine Green Greenland Greenhlnd Greenland ¬
land last 14 night nl ht reporting Icportns that the theArctic theArtc theArctic
Arctic Artc ship hl Roosevelt Ro8e1 with Command Commander Commlnd Commlnder ¬
er Peary Peay on board brd left lef Cape Sabine Sabinefor Sabinefor I
for fo the north nrth Aug 21 21 The officers ofeers of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Erik fear fe the Roosevelt RoBvet will not notget notaet notiet
get very vey far f1 i north this winter Inter condi condition j
tions tln In the Mthem tprthern waters being very veryadverse veryadvele veryadverse
adverse Ice Ie floes fne are unusually heavy heavyalready heavyalready I
already alredy and much had weather wether has hasprevailed hasptevale hasprevailed
prevailed ptevale On the thE voyage to Greenland Greenlandthe Gr enland enlandthe
the Roosevelt ROvel proved an eminently eminenty sat satisfactorx satItractorl satlsfactoy
isfactorx vessel vesselFIRE esel eselFIRE esse1 esse1FIRE
FIRE ALARM SERVICE SERVICEIN
IN FOREST RESERVES
Special se4a1 al to The he Herald HeraldWashington Herld HerldWubt HeraldWaabigtass
Washington Wubt Sept Spt 1 IIor 1For For the th better ler pro protection pr proteetlon ¬
tection le of o forest fot reserves rere the th th forestry fOlr serv service arv arvceopaUon ¬
ice 10 te ceopetation ceopaUon with the Uwtlr weather bu bureau b hareap ¬
reap r will install l tl a I system Mlem of telephone telephoneI telelhonelnea telephoneLines
I lines lnea and stations tatll on them as a rapidly rPidly as aspossible lS lSblf aspossible
possible blf The le first nrt IYlten1 system y tem will w1 be b in installed InO Installed ¬
stalled on O the Big Bg Horn forest for t reserve rerve in
Wyoming Wyo This T telephone
service nlc will 11 en enable e enable ¬
able ble forest rangers 1ter to notify ntfy one oe another anotherwithout Anotherwitbt anotherwithout
without witbt delay dlay when b n forest fires fire break bek out
In so 1 lane an n area Ire as a the th Big Horn out re reserve re reserve ¬
serve Ierve which comprises comp s 1151680 1IS1 acres aere the thevalue thealue thevalue
value of raakt 1I communication tmunJton la II obvious obviousand obvloua obviousand
and and there t can be t no doubt that the elimi elimination elml elmlnttn elinilnation ¬
nation nttn of delay will wi result r ult in striking im improvement imlvemot Imnrovmuont ¬
provement lvemot in i the control of forest fires
It i iii expected e el this thit highly practical practcl tre sys system sys systern ¬
tem of o fire tir warning warnw will 1U be b extended txtende In
due du course eure of time tme to other e reserves rerve reaerv as asthe aslbe asthe
the putting pulUf out ot of forest fO8t fires th 1 may often ofen
depend depnd upon upn Immediate Imeiate knowledge knoWlege of its itsorigin It Itorin itsorigin
origin orin and IW whereabout w reabut so B that this new newalarm newalr newalarm
alarm alr results resultsWOMAN rul resultsWOMAN d devce device vlce ought oUJht trj t produce prue excellent excellentresults excelent excelentrul excellentresults
t < t tOMAN
WOMAN OMAN KILLED MAN MANFATALLY MANFATALLY MANFATALLY
FATALLY INJURED
Wisconsin WISCO SlnCOUp Couple Fall From From the Up Upper Upper Upper ¬
per Car of a Ferris Wheel Wheel1OO
4 100 Feet to Ground GroundSt
1 + St Paul l uL Sept Spt 6In In the presence prece preceot + 4of
+ of thousands thoD of visitors vbdtor at the tie state au t 9 + f ffair
+ fair ftr late It this thl afternoon aftmon Mr and Airs l1r tlrsJr +
4 + F P R Seventhal Sventhal of Eau Eu Claire Wis Wisq + f
4 4 ag aged d about abut 3D a fell fel from frm the upper ulJr ulJrcar t
4 car of a Ferris Fer wheel whel to the ground grounda sround srounda +
4 a distance dbtanee of nearly 109 10 I feet tet Mrs MrsSeventhal MrsSeventhal rs rsSven +
+ Seventhal Sven thai was wa instantly intnty killed kie sad aadher adher sadher +
+ her husband so s badly bdly Injured that thath + f fated
4 h be may not Jve live The Icdent acedent ore cret 4 +
4 ated atf a I scene c e bordering bdering on o a I panic pnic 9 f
t 4 The cr car was dending descending an and the set setIn seat 9 9in
4 + In whiCh wb they were wer sitting sitng broke brokoItrtptUng 4 f ff
4 4 f precipitating ItrtptUng them to the ground groundDECLARED sround sroundt + 4
t + + 4 + + + + 4 + + 44 + + 4 + + 49 + 0 0DECLARED tttt + 4 4 4 4 + 4 + + 4 + 4 4DECLARED
DECLARED FOR FREE TRADE TRADELondon TRADELtdo TRADELondon
London Ltdo Sept Spt 6 GThe The attitude alttde of labor labortowards Jabortowada labortowards
towards towada Joseph Job Chamberlains Chambrlalnl fiscal Mscl pol policy I01Icy ¬
icy lf WM Wa was emphatically emphatcalY attested atetM by a u vote voteat voteat voteat
at todays tOMY1 session on of the th trades trde union unioncongress unionegrel unioncongress
congress egrel which whl is holding Its IU annual annualmeeting Hnnualmetng annualmeeting
meeting metng at t Hanley Hn y By a vote represent representing reprosentin representleg ¬
leg in 123098 1 members membl against agllt 26000 260 tho thodeclared tholarcli thOcenirtes
cenirtes declared larcli for free tr trade trde assort assortin tssort assorthlhst
rn hlhst lhat an ant dtplrtur departure theerom therefrom would WQuidht 1
in < detrimental dftrirenlal tt tl > the thf interests jntI tercot l of tho thowuiRititt timvuIltitIk I
wuiRititt vuIltitIk in dan laSBos upon up1 whom th thu burden burdenf
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MAIL WAGON DRIVERS GO ON STRIKE STRIKETrouble STRKEI STRKETrouble STRIKETrouble
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Trouble Over Wages With Wih the Company Handling Handlng the Mail Mai in inNew inNew inNew
New York YorkThree Three Hundred Men Out OutService Service Will WillNot Wil WillNot
Not Be Crippled
M I EW YORK Sept 6 61hreo Three hundred hundreddrivers hundreddrivers
NEW 1 drivers of United States mail mailwagons mai mallivaons
wagons wugns quit qui their jobs at 10 10oclock 10oclock 10oclock
oclock tonight More ore than a score of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them deserted their wagons wagns at the mail mailstreet mal mailstreet
street entrance of the general post postofllce postofce postofilce
ofllce ofce after lfer they the had received reeive word wordthat wordthat wordthat
that the strike had been decided de lded upon uponIt uponI uponIt
It I is I an echo eho of the trouble over wages wagessome wagessome wagessome
some weeks ago The leaders leders of the themen themen themen
men say sa that the agreement agreem nt the bosses bossesmade bossesmade
made with wih them has not been ben lived up upto upto upto
to They also 1180 demand an increase inr ue of ofwages otwage ofwages
wages wagesActing wage wagesActing
Acting Actng Superintendent of Mails Mais Pox Poxsaid 1oxsaid x xsi
said si at the postofiice pstotce after attel the men had hadleft hadlef hadloft
left lef th the tIe w wagont au oi that tht alt1Quh although there therewere thre threwere therewere
were 150 mall mai routes 10utCl to be b delivered delvered to torailroad torairoad torailroad
railroad rairoad stations statons and branch offices ofces ifp ifpto fp fpto p pto
to 3 oclock ocloc Thursday lhursday mornln he hethpught hethpught hethpught
thpught there would b be no difficulty difculty in inkeeping inkeeping inkeeping
keeping the service running
JAPANESE VICTORIOUS TO THEEND THEENDSeries THE END ENDSeries ENDSeries
Series of Small Smal Engagements in Northern Korea and Sharp SharpBattle SharpBatte SharpBattle
Battle Batte on the Island of Sakhalin Sakhaln the Russians RussiansBeing RussiansBeing RussiansBeing
Being Defeated
T OKIO Sept C 6T 6The The he Japanese Japa e defeat defeated defeated defeatI
T I ed the Russian RUSluM in a series sorie of sharp sharpengagements sharpengagemontl sharpengagements
engagements engagemontl in northern Korea on ouSopt onSovt onSept
Sept L LTokio LTokio 1 1Tokio
Tokio Sept 1 Delayed in transmission transmissionAn trm1mluion trm1mluionAn
the com complete complete cornplete ¬
anneuncas
An official offcial report annDnCe
plete and crushing crushng defeat def8t of the rem remnant remnanl remnani ¬
nant of the Russian forces tOrce after Mfer five fivehours fve fvehour fivehours
hours hour severe fighting ffhUtg at Nalbutu on the thewest thewet thewest
west wet coast of ot o the Island of Sakhalin Sakhaln The TheRussians TheRusians TheRussians
Russians Rusians killed Idled numbered numbre 130 13 The cas casualties casuulte ensunitIes ¬
unitIes uulte of the Japanese Japane were wee slight slightTtkio 8lght 8lghtTklo alightrtkio
Ttkio Sept Spt 2 Delayed in transmission transmissionAn
An official ofical report says saysThe sa saTbe saysThe
rprt the Rus Russians Busstuns I IMlns
The Japanese Japan army attacked atcke ¬
stuns at Chyongtuyang Chyongtuyans on Sept 1 1 The TheRussian TheRussian I I
Russian RU8 forces consisted consi of four battalions batalons
Cause of the the Trouble TroubleAll
f All of the men are employed by tho thoNew thoNew theNew
New York Yor Mail Iul company COlny The he 215 2l mjwi mjwiin njcniii
in conference tonight tonight in view Iew of ote otequeton the thequestion thequestion
question queton of strike decided decide unanimous unanimously ¬
ly 1 according to the statement stateent of the thepresident thepresident thepresident
president Thomas Tandy to go e on onstrike OPstrike onstrike
strike He says that thft B F C Wallcott Wallcottthe Wflctt Wflcttthe Wailcottthe
the manager of the New York Mall MafIcompany Mallcompany
company and E G Travis Tvli made mda an anagreement anagreement
agreement at the time tme of the te ttmiao ttmiaorary UUIO UUIOrr tsxsuorary
rary rr settlement settement of the difficulty dltcQ previ previously prevtously v ¬
ously that the matter mater would be ad adjusted d djusted ¬
justed permanently permanenty on the 1st 1t of the themonth te temonth themonth
month He declared that he has been beenunable bnunable
unable to effect efect any settlement settlementThe stlement settlementTue
The understanding was said Tan Tandy Tandy Tandy ¬
dy that all of the men m n were to to get get2JO et et2iO
2JO par ve day The we weonehorse dri tiwt tiwtonehorse nJ nJonehorse
onehorse wagons are content cont ht witw wit t ttal ttalagreement t tb I e eagreement
agreement but the drivers drhfrs of the two twohorse twohore twohorse
horse hore wagons want 250 a day dayWe dayVe
We Ve reported this fact to Mr Travis Travisbut Travisbut
but he took no action
SOME OF THE DEAD ONES DROPPED DROPPEDPhiladelphia DROPPEDPhiadelphia DROPPEDPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Phiadelphia Voting Lists Lsts Purged of Nearly 50000 Names NamesPlaced NamesPlaced NamesPlaced
Placed Thereon to t Swell S el the Republican RepublicanMajorities Republcan RepublicanMajorities I
Majorities 1
flHILADELPHI4t iHILADELPHIA Seal IThe 1Tl The assess asse asseors assessr
PHILADELRHIAsm < 1 1A < Aln election < r > n divisions KvlfiinnS ns Of Ofthe orthe otthe
110t
r ors of th the eloton dlvSI
the city whos duty dut it is to place placeon
on the voting Hats lst the names Ham6 of all allqualified al alqualtd allqualIfied
qualified electors olector completed cOlpleted their re revision revision ¬
qualtd rcI in interest Interest interest
lIsLe today Unusual
vision vslon of the HsU toay llulal
because becaiweof e
work
terest was taken in their ther becal
wal allegations that more than 50000 50000fraudulent 50000fraudulent I
of th the tha 50
fraudulent frudulent aleatons names name had boen placed plced on the thelists thelists I Ilst
lists For the last two t months the po policemen policemen ¬
licemen lst and other city employes employe under underthe underthe underthe
Jcemen the direction of Mayor ayor Weaver and the theof theCiy theCity
City directon party nave been making u a canvass cnnvassof
of Ciy the city for the purpOse pur f of o purging the thelists thelists
ct made madereports maderoport madereports i
lists of Illegal Iegal voters The police polce
l t
reports roport alleging aIeiJ that more than COOOO GO
names nameJ were on the lists lst in violation vohr1on of ofthe ortho ofthe
the election electon laws The assessors aSers sat st yes yesterday yesterday es esterday ¬
terday and today to revise the list listIn UU liSts liStsIn
In all al divisions where alleged alogi fraudu fraudulent frudu frudulent f audu audulent ¬
lent names name were found the assessors ae were wererequested W8e W8erequeted wererequested
requested requeted to strike them off In most mostcases mOft mOfteaso mosteases
cases easo they complied COlpled with the request requestbut requestbut yequestbut
but in many instances In8tRn Q they refused refus to todrop todrop todrop
drop mimes name without wihout satisfactory ststnctory aroof aroofand rooC ruotiand
and it Is probable that some of the as assessors a ¬ I
sessors sessor will wi be compelled compeled to appear ap er In Incourt Incourt I
court curt to show cause why they the refused reCuse to tostrike tostrlc tostrike
strike strlc off fraudulent names namesThe name namesThe
The number of names stricken strIcke off of by bythe bYthe bythe
the assessors assesors will wi not be known for sev several se seerl ¬
oral erl days The secretary of the Hv iLvparty Hvparty Jtvpart
party part tonizht tonl ht estimated etmate that at least leAlt
48000 180 names num had been ben dronoed droDIC
DIRECTOR STUBBS ENTHUSIASTICOVER ENTHUSIASTIC ENTHUSIASTICOVER
OVER PROSPECTS FOR GREAT TRADE
Chicago Chlco Sept COfflcer8 UOttlcrs of the big bigrailway bl blrUway bigrailway
between Chi Chicago Chicago Chicago ¬
operating
railway system 1stem opertn
cago rUway and the th Pacific coast are enthusi enthusiastic ethusi ethusiatc enthusiastie ¬
for Increased trade tradebetween trde trdebetwen tradebetween
astic over prospects proJt Jneeusod
atc between this country and the lhe Orient Orientthrough Oriot Oriotle OrientThe
betwen The tact that the wat waC was settle settlethrough settled settledthrough
le American Americanfriendly 4tnriCanauthorities
through the InterpoiiUon of irerlcan irerlcanaut
aut authorities the they say wi will crofto create a afriendly afriendly
orlte in inthe Inthe Inthe
friendly feeling toward tard this country Quntr
the far east eastSpeaking
Speaking flr elt eltSpeking of the prO5pO4tt5 J C ollM ollMtraffic Stubbs Stubbstraflc StubbStraffic
Speking tla pronet
traffic director of tho thoUnion SuthornPucife SuthornPucifeCnlon bouthorn Pacific PacificUnion
Union traflc PaoUlc and Oregon Oro on Short Line WneBa Linesaid I4nesaid
Ba said to today todayWe ° y ye
BaWe < > We e look for a boom Oom In trade between betweenthis betwen betwenthis betweenthis
this country and the Orient Orent Japan and anuChina andChina andChina
China have awakened as never before beforeand beforeand beforeand
and will wi need nod a great reat quantity quantty of sup supnlles supnle sunnibs
nibs nle The fact flot that the the United Unie States Statesfigured State Statasfigured
figured BO prominently In the peace vece ne negotiations negutiatons negttiations ¬
prominenty
gotiations has stirred interest interct In this thiscountry thiscuntry thiscountry
sUrre
country gutiatons cuntry with wJ Japan and other ot o Oriental Orientalgovernments Orientallovernments Orientalgovernments
governments It if our manufacturers manufacturur and andmerchants andmorchant antimerchants
lovernments merchants morchant take advantage of our friend friendly Crlend1y ¬
ly relations rellton a 0 a big ntorohango 1tcrchanSQ of busi business buSIn bustnose ¬
ness with this country must mu t result With Withponce WithpOlce Withpence
cuntry rwlt
ponce pOlce n wJh and a a friendly trfodly feeling fetng in the Orient Orientand Orientand I
and fndAmorlcal Amarican oi O oiersliIp n rfihlp of tha to Hawaiian Hawaiianand UawaUan UawaUand Hawaiianand
and d Phillpplno phlppfno Islands islans iO O United States State I
six guns and several svern I hundred hundrQ cavalry cavalryThe evlr evlrrhe eavalryTue
The district was mountainous montainous and diffi difficult diff dlfficult ¬
cult cul but finally flual the Japanese Jupan88 artillery artillerysuccessfully artlclY artlclYsuccessful artiiierysuccessfully
successfully attacked atacked the Ru Ruilan Russian aan left and andoccupied andoccupied andoccupied
occupied their position positon at 9 in the morn morning mornIng mornlug ¬
ing The Russians strongly stronly resisted reiste west westof weatof westof
of Chyongtuyang Cl but were forced to re retire retre retire ¬
tire tre at onstuyang 11 1 oclock Another Japanese JIP nCe de detachment detachment detachment ¬
tachment defeated the Russians Rusians at 2t t Hean Heanicnkokai HeanJenltlml Heanicnltoltai
icnkokai Jenltlml and pursued them thel Japanese Japanesecasualties Jupnnee Jupnneecsualtls Japanesecasualties
casualties csualtls were one officer killed kie and anufive andfive andfive
five officers officer and sixty men wounded wound The TheRussians TheRussians lheRussians
Russians loft lef forty dead on the field fieldMORE feld fieldMORE
4 4MORE
MORE TIME GRANTED GRANTEDWashington GRANTEDWashington GRANTEDWashington
Washington Sept 6 6The The Armour Car CarLines Cr CarLines
Lines company CO cox pnny has been ben granted by the theinterstate theInterstate theInterstate
interstate commerce commission commlSlon an ex extension extension oxtension ¬
tension until unti Sept 10 in which to file fie its itsanswer t Itsanswer
answer to the inquiry concerning rates ratesbetween rate ratesbetween
between refrigerator lines lnes and railroads rairoads
ought to become beome a power in h the oajft oajftand Q Qand eaAand
and we expect a boom in traffic for our ourroads ourroads ourroads
roads between betw n the Mississippi valid valley < an anPacific ana nn4Paelflc anaPacific
Pacific coast aorta aortsTEXAS aortaTEXAS ort ortTEXAS
TEXAS BANK CLOSED CLOSEDFort CLOSEDFort CLOSEDFort
Fort Worth Tex Tex Sept C GThe The Bank Bankof Bankof Bankof
of Commerce a private Institution Insttuton doing doinga doingn
a n small smal business voluntarily voluntariy closed its it itsdoors
doors today pending the action of cred creditors cre credltors ¬
itors Ior The bank claimed a paid capital capitalof
of 100000 5100000It 100000It
It is stated by employes of the bank bankthat bankthat bankthat
that the present suspension is largely 1l1relyduo largelyduo
duo to the recent closing of the doors of ofa ota ofa
a Denver Colo Cob bank bankINJURIES bankINJURIES bankINJURIES
INJURIES PROVED FATAL FATALHelona FATALHelona FATALHelena
Helona Sept 6 GA A dispatch to totbo the Rec Record Record Record ¬
ord from LivingstOn Llvin sttm says Miss Martha MlirthaWeaks MarthaI MartiniWeeks
I Weeks of Washington D C aged about
10 who was wa as seriously scalded b or falling taaUln ta1inginto Un UnInto
Into a hot wator pool In the ptflpwiona ptflpwionapark Y YeitoaLunupark l owslvn owslvnpllrk
park about three th ret weeks ago A Ulu JiRT flrfr flrfrvary 8r 8rvor orpvary
vary vor suddenly when overyqwil overY rmt m mcuted 1Ui1l 1Ui1ltttited 11 11cnted
cuted her rocovory Her body bod j jshipped hus h utM ton tonshfpped J Jshipped
shipped to Washington Wa hlngton
OMAHA OFFICER OFFICERFINDS OFFICERFINDS OFFICERFINDS
FINDS PAT CROWE CROWEMows
Mows Him and Gets a Bullet Bulletin in the theLeg theLeg theLeg
Leg LegWHOLE LegWbiOLE LegWHOLE
WHOLE FORCE TURNS OUT OUTKIDNAPER OUTKIDNAP OUTKiDNAPEaESOAPES
KIDNAPER KIDNAP KiDNAPEaESOAPES R ESCAPES WITH GREAT GREATEASE GREATEAS GREATEASE
EASE EAS E
lARA Neb Sept C GDurlng During a afight alight afight
OMAHA 0 fight between Pat P t Crow the al alleged alleged alleged ¬
leged kidnaper of Eddie Cudahy Cudahyand Cudahan Cudahyand
and an three policemen just before mid midnight mldnlsht midnight ¬
night tonight Crowe and a man who whoaccompanied whomp8nied whoacapnipanietl
accompanied mp8nied hin enmttad etmt d their t re revolvers re reVOIers revolers ¬
volvers at the th bffHfSrX m IU1P hRthi hftthtg PatrOl Patodlman Pi PatrOlman lt l lman
man Albert Jackson in the lesr es Noneor None Noneof Noneof
of the other officers wore injured injuredCrowo JnJuredCrowo InjuredCrowo
Crowo made his escape but a large de detail detan tietail ¬
tail of officers arono trying to effect effecthis effocthis effecthis
his capture captureDiscovered captureDiscovered captureDiscovered
Discovered in a Saloon SaloonThe SaloonIhe SaloonThe
The fight occurred on lower Sixteenth Sixteenthstreet Sixt Sixteenthstreet nth nthstreet
street where Crowe and his companion companionwere compnnlonwere companionwere
were discovered by b Jackson tonight in ina Ina ina
a saloon saloonEver saloonEver
J
Ever since Crowe returned to Omaha Omahaseveral Omahasoveral Omahasoverl
several weeks ago Chief Donahue has hashad hasbad
had a force of officers most of them themIn themIn themin
In citizens clothing seeking to cap
ture him This task was extremely
difiicult di icult because none of the officers officersknew officersknew officersknow
knew Crowe Jackson being an excep ¬
tion It was learned by the police yes yesterday yesterda yesterday ¬
terday terda that Crowe was in Omaha and andextra andoxtra andextra
extra efforts were made to locate him himJackson himJackson
Jackson and Officer Leahy were sent sentto sentto sentto
to lower Sixteenth street where Crowe CroweWIiS Crowewas
was believed to be beOfficer beOfficer beOfficer
Officer Followed Them ThemAbout ThemAbout ThemAbout
About 11 oclock tonight Jackson saw sawa
a a man whom he recognized as Crowo Crowowith Crowewith Crowowith
with a companion in a saloon at Six Sixteenth Sixteenth
teenth and Dorcas streets He sent sentLeahy sentI4eahy sentLeahy
Leahy to a telephone to secure addi additional additlon additional ¬
tional tlon l officers meantime meantime watching the themen themen themen
men himself The men left the saloon saloonjust saloonjust
just as a car carrying additional offi officers officers oflicers ¬
cers came up and Jackson started to tofollow tofollow I
follow them Seeing Se ing that they were werebeing werebeing I
being followed the two men opened openedfire openedtire I
tire on Jackson emptying their revolv revolvers revolvors revolvors ¬
ors one bullet breaking Jacksons leg
The other officers started in pursuit pursuitjoining Dursuitjoining pursuitjoining
joining in the fusillade of shots being beingsent beingsent beingsent
sent after the fugitives The latter latterhowever Inltorhowever iattrhowever
however mode good a temnorary temporary es escape ecape encape ¬
r rMade TMade
cape
Made Their Escape EscapeI EscapeHal EscapeHalf
I Half Hal the police > 0111 force was sent to the thej thedfstrlqt thedistrict
j district in which the shooting occurred occurredj occurredand occurredand
j and was ns put to work to locate and ar ari arrest
i rest the pair This they had not been beensuccessful beenuecesaful beensuecesful
successful in doing up to midnight midnightWhile midnightVblle midnightWhile
While the police have no positive positiveknowledge losltlveJ positivekuowledg
knowledge J that one of the men was wasCrowe wasCrowe wasCrowe
Crowe they do not hesitate to believe believethat beHevethat believethat
that such is the case Officer Jackson Jacksonwho Jacksonwho Jacksonwho
who was acquainted with Crowe says saysthat saysthat
that there can be no doubt of the iden identity identit Identity ¬ I
tity tit of the man He says S S the man rec recognized recognized eecognized ¬
ognized him and realizing that he was wasan wasan wasan
an officer om er took a desperate chance of ofgetting ofgetting ofgettIng
getting away by using his revolver revolverOfficer revolverOfficar revolverOfficer
Officer Leahy also says he is sure that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the man was Crowe That the fugitive fugitiveis tu ithe itheIs
is a desperate man there is no doubt doubtand doubtand doubtand
and every ever effort is being made to se secure secure secure ¬
cure his capture as well as that of his hiscompanion hiscompanion hiscompanion
companion companionSALMON companionSAl companionSALMON
SALMON SAl ON DOWN AND ANDOUT ANDOUTChief OUT OUTChief OUTChief
Chief of the Bureau of Animal Indus Industry Industry Industry ¬
try in the Rascality Depart Department Department Department ¬
ment Has Resigned ResignedVashlngton ResignedWashington i iVashington
Washington Sept 6 GDr Dr David E ESalmon ESnlmolJ ESalmot
Salmon chief of the bureau of animal animalindustry anhnulIn animalindustry
industry In ustr has tendered his resignation resignationand
and it has ha been accepted to take takq effect effecton effecton effecton
on Oct 1 1Tho 11ho 1The
The resignation was announced by bySecretary bySacretary bySucretary
Secretary Wilson at noon but he de declined declined dedIned ¬
clined to state whether the severance severanceU
U due to the charges flIed recently recentlyagainst recentlyagainst recentlyagainst
against Dr Salmon of which the doc doctor doctor doctor ¬
tor was exonerated exoneratedWhile exoneratedWhile onerntedWhile
While the announcement wag Vft made madethat madethat madethat
that the resignation r was purely volun voluntary voluntary yoluntary ¬
tary there Is a well authenticated ru rumor rumor rumoe ¬
mor that President Roosevelt was not notsatisfied notsatisfied j jsatisfied
satisfied with the condition shown by bythe b bthe bythe
the Investigation InvestigationFRIENDS Investigationc InvestigationFRIENDS InvestigationFRIENDS c
FRIENDS ON THE JURY JURYSpokane JURYepokane JURYpokane
Spokane Wash Sept 6 GIt It Is predicted predictedby
by the Chronicle today toda that no Indict Indictments Indictments indictmontH ¬
ments will be returned by tho th crand crandjury grantii rand randii1ry
jury ii1ry i ryln In the charges against Chief of Po PoHco PoIce P0Ico
Ice Leroy eroy C WaIler or Daputy DaDu County CountyAssessor CountA CountyMtnessor
Assessor A 6ssor Fred Leghorn three jurors be being be1m belug ¬
lug 1m opposed to returning truo bills Chlof Chlofyaljerwas ChlofWaU Chiefyaijr
WaU yaljerwas yaijr i ns charged with accepting J15 J15frqm J5 J5r 15rim
frqm r rim m SJargarat r Clark Leghorn wan a aoused all allC ae aeed
oused C ed d qf Q preparing map maps at the countys countysexpense QOuntoxpensc eountnexpense
expense and sellln 011107 them thc
NEW r EW FRANCHISE FRANCHISEFOR FRANCHISEFOR
FOR BAMBERGER BAMBERGERCity
City Council Passes the Ordinance OrdinanceWithout OrdinanceWithout
1 Without Opposition OppositionQAS OppositionFRANCHiSE n nqAS
QAS FRANCHISE PASSES PASSESALLOBJECTIONS PASSESALLOBJECTIONS PASSESAtLOBJECTIONS
ALLOBJECTIONS RAISED RAIS D BY THE THEMAYOR THEMAYOR THEMAYOR
MAYOR ARE AREMET AREMETTWO AREMETT MET METTWO
T Tfj franchise ordinances wer werpaaeed were wereI
TWO I passed by b the city cit council last lastnight lustlght latiIght
night lght one oJlebj by unanimous vote ote and andthe andthe andthe
the other with but one voU in oppo opposition opposition opposition ¬
sition sitionCouncilman sitionCQuncllman sitionCgunclirnan
Councilman A J Davis was not notpresent notpresent notpiosent
present to vote but the fourteen other othercquneilmen othercQuncilmen othercouncilmen
councilmen voted in favor of the fran franchise trancl1lseaked franchis ¬
chise cl1lseaked chis afeked by the Salt Lake Ogden OgdenRailway OgdenUaihvay OgdenRailway
Railway company after some slight slightajnendments sl1ghtynendments slightpnendmellts
ajnendments had been adopted adppt by un unanimous unanimous ananiinous ¬
animous consent As passed pas ed the fran franchise franchise ran ranchise ¬
chise is of fifty years olirs duration from fromJuly fromJuly fromJuly
July 1 1905 It provides for or single or ordouble ordouble ordouble
double tracks from a point on Third ThirdWest ThirdVost ThIrdWest
West 330 feet south of North Temple Templesouth Templesouth Templesouth
south to South Temple east to East EastTemple EastTempl EastTemple
Temple south to Market street east eastto eastto eastto
to Main north to Third South and andwest andwest andwest
west to West Temple thus looping the thehill thehalf
half hill block north of the federal build building building building
ing It also provides for trackage trackagenorth trackagenorth trackagenorth
north on Third West to Ninth North Northand Northand Northand
and through Folsoms addition Steam Steammay Steammay Steammay
may be used Us d as motive power north northof northof northof
of the intersection of Third West street streetand streetand streetand
and South Temple street but not east eastor eastor
or south of that point A maximum maximumfare maximumrare maxImumfare
fare of five cents within me ie city limits limitsis
is established e Work is to begin within withinthirty withinthirty withinthirty
thirty days and to be completed within withinsix withinsix withinsix
six months This Is an incident to the theextension theextension theextensIon
extension of the road through Ogden Ogdento
to Ogden canyon and equipping it itelectrically itelectrically
electrically electricallyA eJectrlcalJA
I A new ne franchise ordinance was pro proposed prop08d proposed ¬
posed by Snow and Darst and passed passedwith pas passedwith ed edwith
with but one dissenting vote voteThe voteThe I IThe
The two Davises were absent absentwhen absentwhen absentwhen
when the vote was taken and Barnes Barnesvoted Barnesvoted Barnesvoted
voted against the franchise because it itdid Itdid itdid
did not provide for heating fire station stationNo stationNo stationNo
No 2 as s well as other municipal build buildings buildIngs buildings ¬
ings ingsMayor I
Mayor Morris veto eto of the former formerordinance formerordinance formerordjnanee
ordinance was sustained the time for foraction foraction foraction
action by the council having passed passedbut passedi passedbut
but a new franchise was offered by byBlack byBlack I IBlack
Black BlackMeets
Meets All Objections Raised RaisedMayor RaisedIayor RaisedMayor
Mayor Morris objections to the for former former fornier ¬
mer ordinance were that the 5000 de deposited deposited tieposited ¬
posited was not sufficient that the thedeposit thedeposit thedeposit
deposit should be in cash deposited in inthe Intho inthe
the city treasury treasur that the forfeit It should shouldb
i b incorporated in the body of the fran franchise franchi franchise ¬
chise chi e and that the company should heat heatmunicipal heatmuniclpai heatmunicipal
municipal buildings free of charge chargeThese chargeThese chargeThese
These objections were met by the in insertion InsetUon insortion ¬
sertion in the new franchise of sev several se seoral sevoral ¬
oral new clauses A 10000 forfeit bond bondsigned bondsigned bondsigned
signed by David Da vfd Mayer Co and by byW byV byW
W V S McCornick accompanied the ap application application application ¬
plication the company companyres reserving rlnS the theright theright theright
right to take up the bond at any time timeby Un timeby e eby
by depositing the amount in cash in the thecity thoeity theeity
eity treasury treasuryThe trMEuryThe treasuryThe
The company is held by b the bond to tobegin t tobegIn
begin work within six months and to tohave tohllve tohave
I have at least twenty miles of mains mainswithin mainswithin mainswithin
within the limits of the city within withintwo wit11fnto withIittwo
two years ears and to add at least ten tenmiles tenmfl61S tenmiles
miles of mains per year for the suc succeeding succfledfng sueceeding ¬
ceeding two years They further r agree agreetq agreet
tq t heat free of charge beginning in inthree IntHree inthree
three years from the acceptance acceptanceof of the thefranchise thefraJ thefratichise
franchise fraJ chlse the public library fire sta stations statlons ¬
lions 1 and 2 the city jail police sto stotion stoUon atetion
tion city hall and the citys half of the thejoint thejoint thejoint
joint building the obligation to continue continueI continuedespite
I despite any changes that may take lakeplace takeplace
place in the buildings As presented presentedthe
i the franchise proposed to pay the city cityin cityin
j
in addition to the free gas referred to
1 per cent of its gross ross revenues after aftertwo aftertwo
two years Preece secured the th adoption adoptionof
of an amendment restoring r the former formerpercentage Cormerpercentage formerpercentage
percentage of 1 per cent for ten years yearsafter yearsafter ears
after the first three years 112 1 12 per cent centfor centfor centfor
for the succeeding ten t n years and 2 per pcicent
cent for the remainder of the life of the thefranchise thefranchise
franchise Barnes tried to insert an anamendment anamendment anamendment
amendment to include fire station No Nobut o obut
2 but failed of a second and voted votedagainst votedagainst
against the franchise for that reason reasonIt reasonIt
It is believed the franchise as passed passedlast
last night will be signed by the may mayor mayor mayor ¬
or
One Track on Market Street StreetThe StreetThe StreetThe
The Salt Lake Ogden franchise was wasamended wasamended wasamended
amended so as to prevent l revent the laying layingof
of more than pne ne track on Market Marketstreet Marketstreet Marketstreet
street As It came in it provided that thatno thatno thatIto
no more than one track should be laid laidon laidon laidon
on a street whore a double track al already already iiiready ¬
ready exists It is understood traffic trafficarrangements trafficarrangEments trafficarrangements
arrangements have been made with the theUtah theUtah theUtah
Utah Light Railway company so that thatno thatno thatno
no additional a ditional track < will be laid on onstreets onstreets
streets now occupied by the lines of ofthat oftbt oftht
that company companyHobday companyHobday
Hobday tried lo 0 amend the ordinance ordinanceto
to provide for fourcent fares where wherebooks wherebooks wherebooks
books of fifty tickets were ere purchased purchasedbut
but the Ut amendment failed Barnes BarnesFernstrom BaCl1esFernstrom BarnesFernstroin
Fernstrom and Black spoke against the theamendment theamendment
amendment Fernstrom who lives IIv s in inthe inthe intlie
the northwestern section said the peo people people peopie ¬
ple of that neighborhood will be happy happyif
if they get a streetcar street car service at five fivecants fiveceuts fivecents
cants and will not ask for anything anythingbetter anythingbettElI anythingbetter
better betterPROVISIONS bettElIPROVISIONS betterPROVISIONS
PROVISIONS OF FRANCHISE FRANCHISEFull
Full Text of the Ordinance as It ItPassed ItPassed ItPassed
Passed the Council CouncilAn
An ordinance granting permission to the theSalt thoSalt theSalt
Salt Lake Ogden Railway Rallwa company a acorporation acorpor acorporation
corporation corpor tlon to construct and operate a asteum astfam aste5m
steum and nd electric railroad r lIroad through Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City Cit CitBelt
Be Belt It ordained by the city clt council of ofSalt orSalt ofSalt
Salt Lake City Cit Utah UtahSection LtahSoetJon UtahSection
Section 1 That the Salt Lake Og
Railway cpmpany a corporation its itssuccessors ItssucceiiSors itssuccessors
successors and assigns have > the authority authorityand authorltand authorityand
and consent of the city council and the thepermission thepermission thepermission
permission Is hereby hereb granted It for the theconstruction thecon theconstruction
con construction truetlon nwintainance and operation operationof
of a single or double track steam elec electric electric electrlc ¬
tric or other motive power standard standardgauge standardauc standardgauge
gauge auc railroad as hereinafter specified specifiedto specifiedtogether
to together ethflr with all necessary and conve convenient convenient convonlent ¬
nient switches wyes for turnouts side sidetracks sldetraeks sidetracks ¬
tracks and crossover tracks and the theerection theerection theerection
erection of a line of poles or two lines of ofpoles otpoleii1 ofpoles
poles when necessary carrying telephone telephonetelegraph telephonetelegraph telephonetelegraph
telegraph trolley trolle1and and transmission wires wiresfor wiresfor wiresfor
for the transportation of passengers passengersfreight passengersfreight passengersfreight
freight express and mail matter upon the thefollowing thefollowing thefollowing
following roads and streets of Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity LakeCity
City to tolt toltA < 5lt 5ltA
A single or double track commencing at ata ata ata
a point t lnt In Third Vest street three hun hundred 11undrod buntired ¬
tired and thirty 330 feet south of the thesouth thesoutb thesouth
south line of North Temple street and andrunning andrunnIng andrunning
running thence north along I110n said Third ThirdWest ThirdVest ThirdVest
Vest street to Ninth North street Also Alsoa
a single or double track tl ck beginning boinnln at the thesouth thesouth thesouth
south boundary line of Oak street of Fbi Ftolsoms Frolsoms Fbimms
soms addition at a point opposite an al alley allev iii1ev ¬
ley between lots one ne cy LI 1 nnd thirtyeight thirtyeightf3s thlrt el ht htC
f3s C 3k of block seventeen 17 17 of said addi addition addition additfon ¬
tion thence northerly across said Oak Oakstreet Oakstreet Oakstreet
street and alone the alleyway aforesaid aforesaidand aforesaidand aforesaidand
and across Chestnut street and along the thealleyway theulleywuy thealleyway
alleyway running through block sixteen
0 16 of said addition to Cleveland avenue avenuethence avenuethence avenuethence
thence northerly norther along Cleveland Clc > veland avenue avenueand avonupand avenueanti
and the county road thirteen hundred and andtwenty andtwont andtwenty
twenty twont l3O 1320 feet to a point on the west westerly westerly vesterly ¬
erly boundary line of said county road roadAlso rOAdAls roadAlsp
Also a siimlc il1 l or double track beginning beginningat
at a point on Third West e t street three threeWtyfyioie threehl6d threehundred
hundred iln end tlirty tet 330 south oC the thoso thesoiiW
so soiiW hl6d 1 lJ Wit fii o4rhicmnle V tlrty qr omPIO 3trI9t tr ot anti antiruig u1 u1ru
ru ruig tI Wtyfyioie U1G thGitt t t eAtItpaiong q q I ng Thffd ThffdContinued West WestConttnued Wedtcontineto
Continued on A Page 2 I
WILL LOWER TIME TIMETO TIMETO IME IMETO
TO LOS ANGELES ANGELESSalt
Salt Lake Route Is to Put on New NewTrain NewTrain NewTrain
Train Nov 1 1FAST 1FAST 1FAST
FAST TRIP TO CHlfjAGfO CHlfjAGfOROAD CHf 1uO 1uOROAQ
1uOi
i 3ROAD
ROAD ROAQ WILL COMPETE WITH SAN SANTA SANTA SANTA ¬
TA FES SCHEDULE SCHEDULESoncial SCHEDULESopclal SCHEDULESepelal
Soncial to The Herald Heraldj HeraldL HeraldOS
j OS ANGELES Sept 8 6rhe The Salt Lake LakeI Lakeroute LakeL
L L I route has perfected plans for man inaugurating lDaUuratlng mangurating ¬
gurating r a new time schedule be between between hetween ¬
tween Los Angelasand Angeles nd Salt Lake begin beginning beetnnln beginfling ¬
fling nln Nov 1 when It will double the serv service servIce eervIce ¬
ice by adding a new fast train on a aehed aehedule llehe4iule sehednb
ule nb of twentyseven hours between term terminals terminals terminais ¬
inals inalsThis inalsThis inaisThis
This train is to be one of the finest fln t In totho Intho inthe
tho west in point of equipment equl menl and it itwill Itwm itwill
will ella eight el ht hours from fr m the present presentschedule preeentschedule presentschedule
schedule It is also planned to inaug inaugnUe Inaus1tto innugtri4to
nUe at the same same time a a schedule of ofenty frv frvent v venty
enty ent hours from Los Angeles to Chl Chlvia Chldllo Chldllovia Cit 0 0via
via the Union Pacific and Northwestern Northwesternroads Northwesternroads Northwesternroads
roads roadsAnnouncement roadsAnnouncement roadsAnnouncement
Announcement of o their yaiiB ha b lute > not notbeen notbeen notbeen
been officially made but b this information informationcomes IntormUoncomes informationcomes
comes from official soirees orcea and It lit litsaid ittsaid f fsaid
said the train will make the initial trip tripNov tripNo tripNov
Nov No 1 Salt Lake route officials state statethat statethat statethat
I that traffic over the new ne road has MO MOexceeded 110exceeded soexceeded
exceeded their expectations that the im improved improved improved ¬
proved service becomes a necessity neee ity and anda
a strong bid will be made m de by the road roadfor ro roadfor d dfor
for its share of tourist travel during tha thacoming thltcoming tb tbcoming
coming winter winterThe winterrhe winterrhe
rhe plans contemplate the Ina inaagurathm inaagurathmof guraOoa guraOoaof
of a thorough advertising adverU ln < campaign refer referring referrIng referring ¬
ring to the unsurpassed ed scenery enery along aJot the thenew tilenew thenew
new route The Salt It Lake route officiate officiatein ornelaIn
in planning the new schedule to china Chicago Chleago chinago ¬
go intend to rival the time of the Santa Santacompetition S4tntaFe nt ntPe
Fe and contemlate reaching out for forcom forcompetitIon
competition com tltlon with all lines into California Californiaand Californiaand Californiaand
and Utah UtahR UtahR UtahR
R G W HEADS HERE HERELooking HERELooking HERELooking
Looking After Arrangements for the theNew theNew theNew
New Smelter SmelterGeneral SmilterGeneral Sm2lterGeneral
General Manager A C Ridgeway of o the theRio theRio theRio
Rio Grande road A1 Chief C Citlef llet Engineer K J JYard JYard JYard
Yard and General Traffic Manager A S SHughes SHughes SHughes
Hughes were lit 1t1 leSalt Salt Lake all day yea yeaterday yeaterday ea eaterda
terday terda looking after traffic arrangement arrangementin
in connection co nectlon with the new smelter > near nearGarfield nearGarfield nearGarfield
Garfield Beach BeachThe BellchThe BeachThe
The three men spent the greater part partof rlirt rlirtof
of theday thuda the day > on the road and in the even evening evenIng evenIng ¬
ing conferred with other railroad of officials officials officlals ¬
ficials They The are staying at tie t e Knuts Knutsford Kn Knuteford ti tiford
ford The Rio Grande road hag a line lineunder lineunder lineunder
under construction from rota the mouth of ofBingham otBingham ofBlngha3n
Bingham canyon can on to the smelter site ite and andon andon andon
on this line it depends for heavy ore oretraffic oretraiflc oetraffic
traffic trafficConcerning traiflcConcerning trafficConcerning
Concerning the construction of 3W G0 new newcars newcars newcars
cars and the building of new shop Mr MrRidgaway MrRidgeway MrRidgoway
Ridgaway yesterday confirmed the an announcement annoul1cement announcement ¬
nouncement mode several days ago 0 in inThe InThe inThe
The Herald The shops sho and cars will be bebuilt bebuilt bebuilt
built as v VipS is then told toldMAKES toldMAKES toldMAKES
MAKES NEW TRAFFIC OFFICER OFFICERSalt OFFICERSalt OFFICERSalt
Salt Lake Route Names H H Twin Twining Twining Twining ¬
ing as Excursion Agent AgentIf
If H Twining who i has been with the thetraffic thetraffic thetraffic
traffic department of the Sat Sa Lake LakeRoute LakeROIHe LakeRoute
Route in this city since its offices wer weropened were weraopened wereopened
opened Is now excursionagent excursion t The Th ere ereatiQ eraatiQniT j jatlqnoT
atlqnoT atiQ the t1 new newvo position ttOn Incidentally Incidentallymeans 1nc1dentJr1IYmeA1s incidentallyrneals
means meA1s that Jhe jhero road d is gtfpg pfg1tud g4iard tard after afterSuch j jsuch
such buslnes buslnesExcursion buslneSf busines5ExcursIon
Excursion parties and special trains trainswill trainswill trainswill
will be arranged by Mr lr Twining Twlnl He Hewill HewIll Hewill
will have in his hands the securing of all allsuch allsuch ti tisuch
such business and will make It a spe specialty specially apeclalty ¬
cialty cialtyDuring ciallyDuring claltyDuringthe
During Duringthe the coming season the Salt Lake LakeRoute LakeRoute LakeRoute
Route is to make a point of excursion excursionbusiness excuraionbusiness excursionbusiness
business in Utah and into Nevada from fromthis fromthis fromthis
this end The traffic along these lines linesan is isap Isap
ap important factor in this state and the thecreation thecreation thecreation
creation of the new office by the Salt SaltLake StiltLake SuitLake
Lake Route is regarded by railroad men menin menin menIn
in general as a wise move moveIMPROVING moveIMPROVING moveIMPROVING
IMPROVING UNION PACIFIC PACIFICDouble PACIFICDouble PACIFICDouble
Double Tracking Proceeds and Cut CutOffs CutOffs CutOffs
Offs Are to Be Finished FinishedSaecial FinishedSJecial FinishedSecial
Saecial to t ti The Herald HeraldOmaha Her HeraldOmaha 1d 1dOmaha
Omaha Seat S > Dt 6 6VJce Vice President A L
Mohler announced today that the Union
Pacific Is ready to proceed in earnest earnestwith CliTnelitwith earnestwith
with the double tracking of its itft it main line Imeand Uneand lineand
and that a stretch of seventy miles in the
Laramie district and another of o nearly
thirty miles between Omaha and Fremont Fremontwill Fremontwill Fremontwill
will be commenced at Once < and completed completedbefore completedbefore completedbefore
before winter winterA
A cutoff from South Omaha to Elkhorn
is being surveyed which will save a dis distance diatunce distance ¬
tance of ten miles for transcontinental transcontinentaltraffic transcontinentaltraffic transcontinentaltraffic
traffic and will also enable the Union Pa Pacific Pacific Paciuie ¬
cific to enter the field flt > ld for through traffic trafficbetween trafficbetween trafficbetween
between Omaha and Kansas City via viaLincoln viaLincoln viaLincoln
Lincoln when the MarysvllleTopeka lIar smeTopeka cut cutoff cutOff cutoff ¬
off now under construction is completed completedINCREASES completedINCREASES completedINCREASES
INCREASES CAPITAL STOCK STOCKWestern STOCKWestern STOCKWestern
Western Pacific Files Certificate CertificateWith Cer CeriJficateWith jficate jficateWith
With County Clerk in Frisco FriscoSan FriscoSan FriscoSan
San Francisco Sept S tA A certificate certificatehas certificatehas
has been filed here with the th county countyclerk c count countclerk unt untclerlt
clerk by b the tli Western Pacific railway to tothe tothe tothe
the effect that it has increased inc Its cap capItal caphal j jital
ital stock from CJOtIOOoeo 500WMO io W5OM 75010100 080 ea to tobe tobe I Ibe
be divided into 750060 shares sha at Wi a ashare ashare ashare
share The certificate states > that the theIncrease theincrease j jincrease
increase is necessary for the purposes purposesof DurJO et etot
of the corporation
Change in Traffic Territory TerritoryAnnouncement TerritoryAnnouncement TerritoryAnnouncement
Announcement of the extension of T M 1
Schumachers jurisdiction over the terri territory territor tern ¬
tory tor of the Southern Pacific road east of
Sparks Nev was received d from Chicago Chicagoin
in circular form yesterday esterda The new ter territory terrltor tsrritory ¬
ritory rltor directly connects the Tonopah and andGoldfleld andGoldfield andGoldfteld
Goldfield country with Salt ftakc in traf ¬
fic arrangements It Includes the Nevada NevadaCalifornia NevadaCalifornia NevadaCalifornia
California and the Carson City Colo Colorado Colorado Cob Cobrado ¬
rado roads now a part of the Southern
Pacific road This comes coincident with withthe withthe
the extension of the jurisdiction of Gen General General Genoral ¬
eral Manager W Yo H Bancroft of the
Oregon Short Line over the same line linesReestablish lineReestablish
0 0Reestabllsh
Reestablish Hospital Fund FundSpecial FundSpecial FundSpecial
Special to The HeraldOmHha HeraldOmaha Herald HeraldOmaha
Omaha Sept G GThe The Union U Li lIon Pacific boa hOtiIital boaPital
pital fund which was abandoned during durin durinthe
the receivership is to be reestablished bed
Nov 1 according to an announcement announcementmade announcem announcementmade nt ntmude
made today by Vice President A L Mob Mobler MobIcr Ioh Iohler
ler Each employe will be assessed SO SOcents 10Cents i
cents per month and will be provided providedwith providedwith
with free attendance add medicines in incase incase incase
case of sickness or accident a cident Free sony srvice HI HIIce sonyice I
ice and medicines at cost win also b bel belfurnished beifurnished
furnished to the members of families of ofemployes ofemI1lo ofemployes
employes emI1lo es
Peach Day at Brigham BrlghamPeach BrighamPeach BrIghamPeach
Peach day da at Brigham City Ctt has caused causedexcursion caWJedexcursion causedexcursion
excursion rates on the Oregon Short Line Lineroad LIMroad Lineroad
road The annual custom of giving away awaypeaches awaypeaches awaypeaches
peaches and cantaloupes always draws drawsbig drawsbig drawsbIg
big crowds to that place The affair has hasbeen hasbeen ha habeen
been extensiveh advertised and many
Salt Lake people will take advantage of ofthe otthe ofthe
the rates for an outing outin as well as for the thefruit thefruit thefruit
fruit celebration celebrationRUSSIA celebrationRUSSIA celebrationRUSSIA
RUSSIA SHUT OUT OUTFROM OUTFROM OUTFROM
FROM THE PACIFIC PACIFICSt
St Petersburg Sept 6 GThere There is much muchcomment muchcomment muchcomment
comment in the morning papers on the theAngloJapanese theAnloJapanese theAngloJapanese
AngloJapanese treaty treat which It iu iuclaimed IIJclaimed isclaimed
claimed is not conducive to peace pea ct becanae becanaeitupsets becaDStit becanseitupsets >
itupsets it Upllcts the balance of pow power r In the far fareast fareast ar arcast
east and makes Great Britain and Japan Japanpredominant JpanI1redomlnunt Jgpanlretlominalit
predominant The Novoe e Vremva exprf exprfseft expreA exprssee
see eA the opinion that It if I it directed against againstGerman ltgalnstG sgalnstGerman
German G tman designs in tiny tl1 far WI IM t while whilethfeSvtetrdeclaree whiivthetSr1stri1sclures hrlt hrlttJ1
thfeSvtetrdeclaree tJ1 SYfct4dJlc Qr that th treaty trtH shuts shutsd slllllfutRtmUhfrom tuitsutflTiitfrom
d utRtmUhfrom t Hulsia from the Pacjrir Pa H1l and th t hI < open openSan OJIe1j6R iisi iision
San 6R Anywhere n were In Aeia fhl Tlu 111 Buun ulir C Ga Gazottd Gazottit a azottti
zottti takes a similar view
YOUNG MAN DIES DIESDOING DIESDOING DIESDOING
DOING HIS DUTY DUTYAlma
Alma Barnes Killed by Passenger PassengerTrain PassengerTrain PassengerTrain
Train at Kaysville KaysvilleOBSTRUCTION KaysviHeOBSTRUCTION XaysvilleOBSTRUCTION
OBSTRUCTION ON TRACK TRACKTRYING TRACKrRYING TRACKTRYING
TRYING TO REMOVE ITt tTtSTRUCK tTtSTRUCKBY 1TSTRUCKBYTRAIN STRUCK STRUCKBY
BY BYTRAIN BYTRAINSpecIal TRAIN TRAINSpecial TRAINS
Special S lal to The Herald HaraldK HeraldK
1 f AYSVILLE Se Settt t 1JJma Alma Barnca Barncaj B rnf3 rnf3ot
j K of Kaysville He lies dead In I Ofden to tonight tvnight tOnight ¬
night as the result of an heroic at attempt t attempt t ttempt ¬
tempt that he made this morning 00000n u uavert hIavert Livert
avert what he thought might be a d dftstroua db dbatrouil dastrous =
ftstroua wreck k of Rio Grande Ora WsMem WsMempassenger W West cm cmpaMjJ6 c L it itpassenger
passenger paMjJ6 Ker train Ne 5 i The young man manwas I11dlLwaa maIwas
was employed d as a section hand on th thrailroad thrailroad iiirailroad
railroad and this morning about aboutoclock 1 1orloek Ioclock
oclock he with Moroni oroni Stwart was wasgaged Wit t tgaged > 1peed <
gaged in Inll spiking lkll rails at a point alxuu alxuu4W liholyardaJ a h o oyards
4W yards north of the Rio Grande sii siitton 111 111Uon atLion
Lion directly In front of his broth brothlhrles it itetaarlea i i0hrles
0hrles Barnes l residence As A No jap jappreached J itl itlproached a aproaehed
preached on its ts way to Ogden the u umen Hmen inmen >
men left the track Inadvertently in inever 111 111eer lion lionever >
ever one of them had left his jB spike > man manon l11ii moton I Ion
on the track and as they tbe looked bu buthey bad badthey < > Ithey
they saw that the implement was wa resting restingon nlitillon rcatt rcatton
on the rail in a dangerous position poI tion TI TItratln re retrain 1 1train ¬
train was running at a high rate ratespeed IateIjpeed ratespeed
speed and both of the young ou men menthat menthat v vthat
that there was barely barel time to renwsf renwsfmaul rewl rewlmaul i imaui
maul Stewart say he started fir firtoward fIrtoard firtoward
toward the track but saw he was i ilate Ilate ilate < >
late and stopped Young Barnes sprain sprainforward apinztOrard Irall Irallforward
forward with the exclamation M Mmine 1mine I I Imine
mine Ill get it and Just as he wi wireaching w wreaching i ireaehlng
reaching for the tool the heavy heav ITU ITUbeam crubeam ro robeam
beam of the pilot it is supposed stni strtihim trul < u uhim j jhim
him and flung him clear of the tr trttli trttliand tEtttsand tth tthand
and thirty or forty fee away swayPicked awayPicked awayPicked
Picked Up In Dying Condition ConditionHis
His companion ran to biu and raid raUihim raidhim rai raihint
him but the Injured man an spoke no won wonIt wonIt worIt
It was seen later that his right side sidecrushed a acrushed it itcrushed
crushed and his right ri t lee was broken brokentwo brokentwo j I Itwo
two laces i4acesThe lacesThe laceaThe
The train trai was brought to a stands standsand standsand tandtand
and the crew picked pi < ked the young nun i iDr u uDr >
Dr Gleason GJea of Kaysville was wa called caU > d hi hibefore IHbefore h hbefore
before he arrived it had been decide decidethat d dcifcthat id idthat
that there was raa a Dance c ance to save the t ht lit litthat II IIHUlt it itthat
that seemed almost alm gone So the unit UIHItunate Ulll1tunate unittunate
tunate man was placed on the train inn inntaken tlIitaken i I Itaken
taken to Ogden HU HI brother Nimnu NimnuBarnes ltnulBarnes NznittBarnes
Barnes who bo has been for many vti hi ti tian 1 Ian
an employe of the road d was near u uscene t tscene tit titfteene
scene of the accident and atcoaipain a aeconipaithim atcoaipainhim Oapalll
him to the hospital Word rd was a recthxi recthxishortly lelti seed it itshort1 1
shortly Mortl after a r 1 oclock < k that the vom vomman 1mman votman
man died di white hlle on the way to the thepital i ipital
pital in Ogden without regaining regainingsdousness recalnl recalnl1Koun regainingaclousnesa
sdousness 1Koun Three other brothers Chat ChBIIEzra ChatEsra I IEsra >
Esra and Aleck Barnes went to Ogc Ogcthis Ogithis > <
this afternoon They The will bring th < b bd bdhere bthere u uhere
here tomorrow for burial burla1Friend burialFrIend borisFriend
Friend Unnerved by Accident AccidentMoroni Accidentloronl AccidentMoronl
Moroni Stewart the only oul etWitl1lIiO yewiim yewiimso
so far as known of the accident wu a aunnered f funnerved t tunnerved
unnerved by the shock of wttn sing ir irkilling t h hkUling hkilling > <
killing of his lifelong friend UD iJ no II < I com companion cunlpanlon conpanion
panion that be is protrati pro tratld d < i md f fsome fsome fseine
some time this th afternoon was usidti > > usidtito < It Itto < 1 1to
to be in a serious condition hut 1 1I t If III IIIcould lit in incould t tcould
could be learned from him regarding i
but he h tokl enough e h to indicate that youn younBar IJJj IJJjBarne iii iiiBarnes
Barnes Bar nee lost his h life fein in doiic doh wiser tt n nbelieved 11Jtelleved bbelIeved
believed to he b his hi duty dutyRIOTS
The d deceased aaad was u 24 4 ye4r tdr > f iU age tt I
March and UlUW unniarr4 lIe 1f a iiI e t it ityou ti tiyoungest
you youngest eblld of the U Wi a J it 1t 1tSarah t tSarab
Sarah Barns and s < p phew ewOl ohs hn I l
Barnes and of IN Mr It B lal
He was a Item in KvJJVffJp aDd list 111ways listways
ways rfI resided I here Tja quiet gendl I Iposition iposition
position made him a 4 ieslte t among h haHodatee Lassociates
associates The so 0 Its has hi himuch h hmuch
much hocked by the n8s of f his tragi
death deathRIOTS ii iiRIOTS
RIOTS AT KISHINEFF KISHINEFFJewish
Jewish Shops Being Pillaged and andOwners andOwners andOwners
Owners Murdered MurderedTrouble Trouble in inCaucasus inC inCaucasus
Caucasus C uealus Continues ContinuesSt
St Petersburg S Sept f t 5Private Private ad i ifrom Itrom o ofrom
from Ktohlneff KJ lllneff say that street fighting fightingcontinues flchtilJco fghtiiucoptinues
continues co ttnues there Roughs are sacking u uJewish tIJewish I I IJewish
Jewish lop i killing or wounding man manof malof mo moof
of the inmates int It is said ahltbat that more th tha tha tba
a score of soldiers have been killed H nJewish HJewish t tJewish
Jewish self defense committee is acu acuin alliIn at t i iin <
in organizing resistance re ltanee te the troops troopsTiflte troopsTiflt troopsTitUs
TitUs Caucasia Sept IiA A dispatt dispattfrom d dispattLfrom spatlfrom
from Kliaabethpol says ay that all of tho ththabitants th in inhabitants I Ihabitants ¬
habitants of tbe Armenian village villageMankend villageMankend Ulase1ankend <
Mankend in tile ifaM dsieeaIf4ingesurt dsieeaIf4ingesurthave e < oTSjUngeursfc oTSjUngeursfchave nlre urBh urBhhave
have been bet n massacred m ed by TartatNonia Ta TartalNonathOther NOptall NOptallOther < is isOther
Other villages vtUa of tb the district re e sur surrounded so sorounded Ui Uirounded ¬
rounded by Tartars and the goven gove governsa governsaurgently cj cjurgently 1 1urgenUy
urgently appealing for reinforcements reinforcementsSt
St Petersburg Petersbtl Sept i IPrlvateadit IPrlvateaditfronr 1Private Private advi advifrom advifront
from Baku Caucasia today say that tn tnBlack tho thoBlack ti tiBiaek >
Black town district of that city Is sit ft1burning sitburning t tburning
burning and also the works at litakhai HlakhalBlblesbat lilakhaiBibiesbat litakhaiBibieabat
Bibieabat Nomani and Sabunto Th Thlosses Th10Me ihilosses
losses amount to millions of roubles roublesBaku roubkfBaku rouhicsBaku
Baku is overhung with dens ci loudlS loudlSsmoke cudasmoke uds < > r rsmoke
smoke and the flames of burring build buildings buildInp buildinga ¬
ings illuminated the city all lH night 1Ji ht long longIt IOllbIt liiitgit
It is i alleged that th ttli < disorders wer werstapled wnstarted werstanted
stapled by Armenians who disguised a asoldiers ac acoldiers asoldiers
soldiers fired on Russians and Tartar TartarThe Tartarrhe TartarThePerstan
The ThePerstan Persian consul was asked to act as aspacificator i ipacificator 1pacificator
pacificator but he replied plied that concilia conciliation contihat10n conciliation
tion was 88 impossible with wit the Armenian Armenianwho Aniseniautwho Arntenianwho
who had killed 300 oi Persian Ptr Jan subjects subjectsHARRIMAN SU suectsHARRIMANATT6KIO jecls jeclsa
a 0 0HARRIMAN
HARRIMAN HARRIMANATT6KIO HARRIMANATT6KIORailway AT TOKIO TOKIORailway TOKrORailway
Railway Magnate the Recipient of
Much Attention AttentionTokio AttentionTokio
Tokio Sept 2 delayed In trajuHnJssion trajuHnJssionThe traismlssioThe
The Harriman party from the Unit UnitStates CnitStates UflttL UflttLStaten
States including E H Hmrriman H riman pro prodent precdent predent
dent of the Southern South < l Pacific P PHejfIQand etttc eompatr eompatrand et t II IIand
and an family familyR amy P Schwerln Sehw c vice vce prc prcdent prtdent prident
dent and general eral manager of the th Paoiti PaoitiMall hli PatlitMall I I1Iall
Mall Steamship company Mr and Mrs MISRobert Mr MrRobt MrsRobert
Robert Goelet and others ha haaI arrived arrivedTokio arrivedToldo J JToklo
Tokio TokioThe TokloI ToldoThe
The visitors who are on a vLeasur vLeasurtour pleasutoUrS r rtour
I tour toUrS toUrSare are tho guests ueats of tfMlnlster It Mlntater and d Mi MiGriscom M MtGriscom I c cGrlllCom
Griscom GriscomThe GrlllComrhe GriscomThe
The entertainmcn > which nave I Iplanned lo loplanned ti tiplanned
planned in their behalf include atum atumby dhitiby WljI WljIby
by Premier Katura Minister of FIlial FleamArmsuki FIlialArmsukl Fina t tArmauki
Armsuki Baron Mitsui and MlniM MlniMGriscom Mlni MlniGriscom MiIiiGniseom
Griscom and a garden party by Sw Swsaki S Ssaki SasaId
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MASTER PRINTERS PRINTERSHOLD PRINTERSHOLD PRINTERSHOLDCONVENTION
HOLD HOLDCONVENTION HOLDCONVENTIONNiagara CONVENTION CONVENTIONNiagara CQNVENTIONNiagara
Niagara Falls N Y Sept I Tl TlUnited ThUnited TlUnited
United Tyjjothetae of America c 1111 1111ttnued < n ntinued titinued
tinued its convention here today toda n nports nports W Wports >
ports of routine nature from uariou uarioucommittee iarioJcommittees rariucommitteel
committee were heard and acted upon uponbut upotbut i ibut
but the one absorbing ab topic of clts disco dlluslon discosioti < u uslou >
slou and conversation was tbe demai demuot demuti demutiof t tof
of the printers for the eighthour da daThe daThe daThe >
The convention is solidly opposed opposedi ed t tthe tthe >
i the demand There seems to be im imi Ii Iisign i isign
i sign of weakening the position of ilu iluexecutive 1 th thexecutive h hexecutive <
executive committee taken yesterdav yesterdavnamely yestrdnamely yestsrdanamely
namely not to grant the eighthour ha haunder a aunder aunder
under present conditions conditionsI condltlonliThis conditionsThis
I This afternoon a telegram froi ho I i J JTV JW JW
W Bramwood secretary retary of the eight eighthour ei eighthour h hhour
hour committee of the International InternationalTypographical IntemaUona1TypographiCAl InternatIonalTypographical
Typographical union announced that thatPresident t thatPresident ha haPresident
President Lynch and Vice President PresidentHayes PrNidentBayes PresidentHayes
Hayes of the eighthour committee committeeI oomn committeewould ttet ttetwould >
I would be in Niagara Falls tomorrow tomorrowIt totnorroIt
It was resolved that the courtesies courtt > sJe of ofthe ofthe t tthe
the convention be extended to Messrs MessrsLynch Messrsynch les8rsJyJlch
Lynch ynch and Hayes when they arrive arriveANARCHY iirrJeIt arriveANARCHY
a It ItANARCHY
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leaving 1Bvln tb Z dW apf j The poll p ll o n 1d a I tiara ttoeni
i aoelRlhrt pSpir pr fur applauding ap 1audlJliS th3 tb r rcant re recent 0 0cent
cent bomb explosion here

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