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THE SALT L LAKE KE HERALD HERALDI I WEATHER > t FOR8AIT FOR Pair PairSilver FairStlv SALT LAKE LAKEt LAKEFair
V Silver Stlv SUver62eperounae SUver62eperounaeRhi 6Sc per ounoe ounoevjwppar
Rhi vjwppar Copper casting lO isfco per pi piLeadln pound poundEstabljs1e
I Established June 6 6t 1870 I SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY l RID y SEPTEMBER SEPTEl 15 1905 Price Five Cents Leadln Lead In ore50sawY ore 35QJ w York ° kfw85 U5
1DioHRiJG IDAHO FIREBUG FIREBUGLIGHTS
I
1 LIGHTS MATCH MATCHHeact
Heact of the Business District of ofGrangeville ofGrangeville ofGrangevil1e
Grangeville Earned EarnedHEAVY B BurnedI BurnedHEAVY rned rnedHEA
I
HEAVY HEA VY LOSS LOSS IS ENTAILED ENTAILEDBLAZE E ENTAILEDBLAZE JTAILEDBLAZE
BLAZE FIRST DISCOVERED IN A ASALOON ASALOON ASALOON
SALOON SALOONRANgaviLLB SALOONG SALOONr
r RANgaviLLB Ma Sept DL 14 14lMr 14lMrwopt 14F1rwopt iPlre iPlreI
G
I wopt the hrt of the thecfltrIct boaines boainesdistrict lMIaineMdttrlet
district at t an early bour thIs thtakerning thklnornln thIs1rornIng
kerning nornln and n before tore th the Aattes ieo were weret1flguf eor ex extinguished e etingulehed ¬
tinguished t1flguf a loss Jo of approximately sppoxtmsteIyooUOO
200000 wa u credited to a Arebug frebugTim ArebugThe bu buThe < <
The citlxens ot the town turned out outshortly outshortt outShortly
shortly shortt before 7 oclock when the thealarm theaJarm thealarm
alarm was given and fought the th ftre ftreut ftrebut flrebut
but > ut with remarkable rapidity rapk Jty it leaped Jeap
from building to building until un UJ the thenames
names were plainly visible at Denver Den r
ten mile mtl away Telephone communi communication cemmunteauott eommunlat1on ¬
cation was BOOn destroyed but th thb >
fire Itself lt elr answered the purpose oi oisummoning oiummon oa oaNummontn
summoning ummon help and fire ftgtiters tls ter cm
from miles around aroundStarted aroundStarted aroundStarted
Started In a Saloon SaloonThe SaloonThe SaloonThe
The fire was wa first discovered dl overed in D B BWilsons
Wilsons saloon but the cause seems eem to
be a mystery The heaviest loser was wL wLthe
the mercantile firm of Alexander A
Friedenrich their lofls being estimated estimatedat
at 90090 of which freWl mo r5ooowi WN va on onstock on8tO onSto
stock 8tO < k and 15flW on bulging The Tb Jar jrsey T Tsey i isey
sey House OU82 the largest hotel In the thetown thetuwn thetuS
town tuS I was W also burned entailing a loss lossof Joseor OHB OHBuf
of about 30000 George K Reed the theProprietor thew theProprietor
w Proprietor was w wa in Spokane SpokaneVJ SpokaneSchedule
VJ f Schedule of Losses LossesThe Losses1he LossesThe
The principal losses are Jersey
House 30000 Basler building 310000 10000 10000E
H E J MattiHon generaj ener1 merchandise merchandiseQ iie
000 Q D B Wilson saloon loon P000 P000I SOOO SOOOHogan 1000r
I Hogan the barber 10W A C Lan LanItngham LanlltnKham LanT
r T Itngham livery stable 8000 E H Htfheaffer Hheafter HI
I tfheaffer drug store = 2 2O H W v C Mc
Nutt civil engineer 31000 1000 George M 11Reed MReed
Reed real estate 500 Alexander AJexa er
Friedenrifh general merchandise merchandiseWOO 94 94t1I0
i WOO to W A Hall attorney 2flO 0J K Parker ParkerRobinson ParkerRobinson
Robinson real estate 15M 1 Mrs A AC AHawson
t C t Hawson millinery 31200 1200 Lysle LysleBradley Ly LysleI le leBradley
I Bradley Grangevnie Granpv le Standard llOM llOMDr 31004Dr 1 1Dr
Dr F A Campbell 500 Scales A I Pay a alor ¬
lor attorneys 560 5 8 M 1 Reese eeliif Hatta Hattabaugh HattabauRh Hattabsugh
baugh attorney 200 GO Bank ot Camas CamasPrairie CarnalPrairie
I Prairie 2080 First National bank baJ1kOO bankMinhig
200 OO
Mlnrng Books Burned BurnedThe BurnedJhe BurnedThe
The Bank ot Camas Prairie which whichwas whichas hleh hlehaN
was aN destroyed contained eontatn all the theznd books booksMilling bookiilnd
iilnd account of the Jumbo Mining I IUl1ing
Milling company The Flr First t National Nationalbaiik
bank lose 1os consulted mostly of pine pineglass pltteglass pleteglass I
glass window Volmer A Scoom Scoomwhose Scoolftwhose Seooitvlioge
whose large lar e mercantile establishment establishmentadjoined establishment4djulned tabU hment hmentadjnlntd
adjoined the burned district had a aBarrow alarruw a1tUrow
Barrow escape e cape but the business bu lnei i is issaved Issaved lesaved
saved savedRACE savedRACE
C 11f1I 11f1IRACEW1U
RACE RACEW1U WftR IS STARTED STARTEDWhites StARTEDWhites
Whites Attaek Atta k Gamp of Missouri MissouriLumberman MissouriLumbcrm8Jl MiosouriLumberman
Lumberman Who Employs Ne Negro Negro Nogro ¬
gro Workmen WorkmenNew
New tW Madrid Mo Sept 14 ItTrouble ItTroubleotr Trouble Troubleor
or the Importation of negroes into the thelumber thelilm thelumber
lumber lilm r camp of Owen Delancy was rc rcn 1CP
n I > sed ed last night and may end in troope troopeUting troopwFtflg I I
Uting 1 t nK requested requestedA reqUeftitedmob requestedmob
A mob of whites bltes attacked Delaney and andhis aRdli andnegro I
his li > negro workmen at Hendtroon Mound Moundmil Mounc1m1 Moundtfl4l
mil a pitched battle ensued Seventy
live th > shots were we Ire and the side of the tnohouse th thettLae
house ttLae in which Delaney was sleeping was wasshot waJIftul wansLut I
shot to pieces piecesIielaney p pItlaney piecesIlelansy
Iielaney wa Wea Val wounded in th the bead and sadfl i iH iIt
H is thought that some > > of the mob wera wet wett
hit t Delaney came to New Ne Madrid to tutuy totlt toIt
tlt It tuy and nd bought all tbe rifles m town townit tcw tcw1arln townddarlng
it ddarlng during1 1arln he will keep the nvgro s at atuovk aturk attvk
uovk urk in spite a te of any re resistance Jtance Tfeo Tfeoartinegro P Partnero
artinegro IT LntlllO element has been reinforced reinforcedim relnto
< im 111 further trouble is expected expeclerlJtffeni expectedfrUeraun I I IJifferson
Jifferson Jtffeni n City Cit Mo Sept 14 HAftUW I4Aetjgocrnor Actiw
Ho < ioernor trnor McKlnley Mc 1Klnle nley today telegraphed telegraphedTtobtrt telecraptaedJ I
J I Ttobtrt Rutledge prosecuting > Utorn tttrny y of otNcw OfNw II
NEw Madrid county ount and Sheriff T F FlItitry E EHriiry EHtur
Hriiry Htur instructing them to take prompt promptmeasures promptmeasuntli prooiptmeasures
measures to protect life and i IJrol > roi roperty ropertyCHOLERA > > > erty ertyCHOLERA ertyCI
CI CICHOLERA
CHOLERA BULLETIN BULLETINNine
Nine Fresh Cases and Two Deaths DeathsReported DeathsReported DeathsReported
Reported From Berlin BerlinBerlin BerlinBerUn BcrlinBerlin
Berlin Sept pt 14 HThe The official bulletinsued bulletin to tosued Ialilted
sued today announced nine fresh ehol eholcases hoi kOIaaes r reases
eases and two death during the twenty t ttour
four bourn ending at noon making a total totalof totalof totIof
of 133 1 cue and alxtyeix deaths deathsFive dealhFive deathsFive
Five cases previously notified as cholera eho ehoWere choeaere I Iwere
were ere not cholera Tbe new cases are one onetHch oecitch e ecn
tHch < < cn in Stargard Wousrowita ouarowlta Bromberz Bromberzand BrO Brombeegand 1berK 1berKand
and Coimar two at Scfcubin and three tltree1 tltree1larienerder threetMarienwerder ajt ajtMarienwerder
Marienwerder larienerderMuienweroer j jMarienwerder
1 Marienwerder Went t Prussia Sept H
Three new eases of cholera three suspect auflpoetrase IIWll Ct Ctases
17 rase and one death were w reported in tills tillsdistrict thlidistrict thl thldistrict
district today todayBromberg todayBromberg todayBromberg
Bromberg Pruani Sept 14 HTwo HTwoUst8 Two new newtasta newusen
tasta Ust8 of cholera and one death were wereJorted re reported toported ¬
ported here todav
Koentngsberg East Prussia Sept 14r 14rThe 1 1The 14 14The
The administrative district is L now de declared cI cIdared dodared ¬
dared officially free t from cholera choleraMadrid choleraadrtd choleraMadrid
Madrid adrtd Sept 14 HThe The Spanish port of officiate 01ficial officiala ¬
ficiate hare been ordered to isolate alateomlnl aMpc aMpcoming ahp ahpomIng
oming from Hamburg and Antwerp Antwerpto aw awto aidto
to adopt precautionary measure acatawt acatawttheir acaattheir aga1pttheir
their crew and a d merchandise merchandiseSt m rebandlllJeSt
St Petersburg Peter > > burg Sept 14 HIt It is officially officiallyannounced otficialbannt officiajjyannounced
announced annt > u that the governments of Cow Cowland C Cland Crland
land and Volhynia are menaced by chol cholera ebelfOra cliiiera ¬
era and the authorities have taken takeonlltl pre preraution psotntkns
raution nlltl na to prevent an invasion of the thedisease tMdisede thedisease
disease
CIa CIaSAW
SAW HIM COMING COMINGOregon COMINGOregon COMINcOregon
Oregon Farmer Took Fir First t Shet WIth WthFatal WithFatal
I
Fatal Effect EffectDufur Effecttiufur I IDufur
Dufur Springs Ore S Sept pt 14AB a pe pesiut
siut of a Quarrel uarreI between neighboring neighboringfarmers neiabbo neiabbo1armeli1 nelehborthgfarmerS 1
farmers Richard Bennett Darnell known knownas nown nownta
as Dick Bennett was shot and killed killedt by byCharles byI
Charles t Underwood Tnderwood aDd Ms Mspartner binpartner WIpartner
partner Maurice Woodward had an anttrflUon a4 a4tercfttlon 1 1tertatlOft
tercfttlon with Mrs Darnell Late L te at nIght nigMtDarnell nl nIght1arnell ltt lttDarnell
Darnell went to the place occupied OCU led by byInUerwood bylndtrwood hirnderwood
InUerwood and lJd Woodward and demanded demandedthat demalHledthat deman4etthat
that they come at once and apologise to toMrs toMrs toMrs
Mrs Darnell under pain of being killed killedTnderwood killedtnderwood killedidetWOOd
Tnderwood did as demanded > d but Wood Woodward Woodvard Wooiward ¬
ward ran avay Alter apologising UB UBderwood Uadenvood tinderwOod
derwood w allowed S anwee to go but we wu or ertiered ordere4 ordered
tiered to leave the country The next day dayj syDarnen
J Darnell paid another visit to Underwood Underwoodtnd
j tnd nd Woodward As Underwood saw him himapproaching himapproachIng m mapproachIng
approaching earryteg a drawn revolver revolverhe
he h opened fire on Darnell with a rifle and andkilled d dklllpd dkilled
killed him Underwood has surrendered surrenderedhimself aurrenderectblmselt surrenderedhimself
himself to the authorities authoritiesARMISTICE autl1orltlid autl1orltliARMISTICE authoritiesARMISTICE
d
ARMISTICE SIGNED SIGNEDuunshu SIGNEDun
S 4 uunshu un unshu bu Pass Manchuria Sept 14 H1jor 14Mtior +
4 + Major 1jor General Ovanoaky OVl nJ8kv and ij his hissuite hissuite +
+ suite returned from Kochiatoan at S Solock soeioek +
4 + oclock this morning At 7 oclock oclocklast oclocklast oclocklast i
+ last evening eveif General Ovanosky and andG 4 p
4 General G neral Fukushlma ushima signed an armis armhitics armjetics 4 4tics + 1
+ tics ordinance to the open plain near nearShakhodU nearShakhodee 3 3Shakhodae
+ + Shakhodae after negotiations bad hadbeen i p pbeen
+ been conducted for r nine consecutive thtt thtthours 4 4hours
+ hours + f 1
+ y y4H I
4H + + + + + + + + + + + + t + t + + + + + + t
METROPOLITAN METROPOLITANNOW METROPOLITANNOW
NOW ON THE RACK RACKDirector RACKDirector RACKDirootor
Director Dutcher but her Before Before the legisla legislative Legislative Legislative ¬
tive Committee CommitteePOWER Committeei CommitteePOINER CommitteePQMER
i
POWER OF THE PRESIDENT PRESIDENTSOLE
SOLE DISCRETION IN THE MAT MATTER MATpTER MATTER ¬
TER OF DEPOSITS DEPOSITSNEW DEPOSITSN DEPOSITSII
II EV V YORK oitc Sept 14 HWhen When the thespecial the1q
NEW N
1q special 1 ee1 l legislative committee committeeprobing committeeprObing committeejirobing
probing life insurance companies companiesmethods companiesJ1eUtotltl companiesmetledw
methods adjourned today Chief Coun Counsel Counlet Counset ¬
let fluSh Hughe had finished for r r the pros present plCSent proscut ¬
ent te examination into the Mutual MutualLife MutualLite MutualLife
Life Insurance company and the Me Metropolitan Metropolitan Ie Ietropolttan ¬
tropolitan Life Insurance company companywas
was started on when Silas B Dutcher Dutchera
a director and a member of the finance financecommittee financecommittee financecommittee
committee was called to the stand standMr standMt standMr
Mr Dutcher was questioned regard regarding regurdinl regardlug ¬
lug the securities held by the Metro Metropolitan Metrofolltanand Metroojttap ¬
politan folltanand and as to the syndicate > > opera operalions opelallona operaUOns
lions of his company com pan He was wa asked askedthe askedthe askedthe
the salaries of the companys officers officersbut otncersbut otilcersbut
but could not remember them He will willpresent willIre wiltjresent
present Ire ent the list li t of officers salaries lnrles to tothe tothe tothe
the committee tomorrow Mr Dutcher Dutcherwas Dutcherwa Dutcherwas
was wa still tlll on the stand when the com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee adjourned adjournedMoney adjournedMoney adjournedMoney
Money More Than Doubled DoubledEarlier DoubledEarlMu Doubledarl1er
Earlier in the day Treasurer Crom Cromwell Cromwet Cromwelt ¬
well had takfen ta n the stand to continuehs continue continuehis continuehis
his explanation of the Mutual Lifes Lifessyndicate Litesyndlcate Lifssyndicate
syndicate operations In explaining the therelations therelations thereIation
relations of the Mutual with trust com companies comIHlnleil cornpaiiies ¬
panies Mr Cromwell stated the inter interesting Interesting intereating ¬
esting fact that on the purchase of 1
130000 worth of shares ot the Guaran Guarantee GuarantfMt Guarantee ¬
tee Title Trust company the Mutual Mutualhfcd Mutualhkd MutualhId
hId received r efved in dividends 1220000 31220000making 1220000making 120000makinI
making these shares cost nothing and andrealising andreRlIzln andrealIzing
realIzing reRlIzln a profit Mr h Cromwell Cromwellstated Cromwellllitated Cromwellstated
stated that these shares were now nowselling nowselJtng nowselling
selling at over 600 600In 600In 000In
In the advantage of dealing through throughsyndicate throughsndlcate throughsyndleateta
syndicate in preference to buying rail railroad rallIoad railroad ¬
road bonds direct Mr 11 Cromwell said saidhe saidhe saidhe
he had actually tried to buy bonds di directly directly direetly ¬
rectly from rom a railroad company He Hewent Hewent Hewent
went to his friend Stuyvesant Fish Fishpresident Fishpfoaldent Fishpresident
president of the Illinois Central and andMr and1Ir andMr
Mr Fish told him that he could not notaoffrd notaoffrd notaoffrd
aoffrd t to sell the bonds to the Mutual MutualCalifornia MutualCalifornia MutualCalifornIa
California Bank Purchase PurchaseIn
In his testimony te thnon after the recess ex explaining x xplalflh xpluming ¬
pluming a matter of a purchase of ofBank ofBank ofBink
Bank of o California stock Mr Cromwell Cromwellsaid Cromwellaid Cromwellsaid
said aid the Issue isue price of the new stock stockwas stockwas stockwas
was 350 Mr Cromwell hoped to get getthe getthe getthe
the shares at this figure but in the theend theend theend
end the shareholders to whom under underthe underthe underthe
the California C < < ltfomia law lat the rights to the thenew thenew thenew
new issue belonged held out and the theMutual thetutual theMutual
Mutual obtained its 6000 shares at an anaverage anaverage anaverage
average price of o 2SOS The sale was wasentirely waaenUrely wasentirely
entirely by individuals and there was wasno wasno wasno
no syndicate The transaction was wasleft waslett vasleft
left entirely to William Babcock with withabsolute withabiiolutt withabsolute
absolute confidence that he was deal dealins deallne deallug
ins fairly with the Mutual MutualControls iptualControls MptualControls
Controls the t e Balances BalancesMr Bal pancesMr Jnces Jncesdr
Mr Hushes Hu asked ed how hO the th increases incr tt3 or ordecrease orcleere ordecreases
decrease cleere of bank balances were wer non nontrolled oontroJled eontroHed
trolled trolledI
I control them said Mr Ir Cromwell CromwellBut CromwellBut CromwellBut
But finally he added the finance com committee eompmtttH cornmltti ¬
mittee must approve a proe all hi his actions Uos for forall forall forall
all th the bank balances were scrutinized by bythe bythe j
the committee every weak HI Ulli own 0wnpower ownpaWfl ownpower
power of regulation therefore tb nfore WitS torn tehiporary ttmpora tornporary
porary pora and anything he might ml ht do could couldbe couldbe couldbe
be revoked within a week weekMr weekMr weekMr
Mr Cromwell was asked whether he in increased inc inerOasesi ¬
creased c ed or decreased his holdings hohlln s in the thedbentdreti thedebentures
debentures of the United States Mortgage MortgageTrust Mort MortgageTrust age agerust
Trust rust company compa to assist the trust com company COMpanr cornpony ¬
pony He replied repliedNot repliedNot repliedNot
Not entirely fnllrel go it is partly to help helpour helpOur helpour
our whole western clientele to know that thatthrough thatthrough thatthrough
through one of our companies coJ JHinfes they can canget cant canct
get ct t money on bond and mortgage mortgageThe mortga mortgage5he e eIhe
The 5he advertising printing stationery stationeryand > > tlltloner tlltlonerand
and postage accounts of the Mutual are areSU34834 arest1S8W are1h1S54
SU34834 of the t New Nt > w York Life 851285 851285for 51tS 51tSfor l ltor
for Cue ile Equitable 772 7751iJi1 7751iJi1Advances moisJ1iAdvances JeV JeVAdvances
Advances to Agents AgentsHow AgentsHow AgentsHow
How are advances made to agents alents by
the Mutual MutnairIt MutualIt lutttal lutttalIt
It is done e through the genera general agents agentsof onta ontaor
of the departments but I understand the theamount theaounta theatuounts
11 11You h hYou >
amount are not large largeYou
You have an account a 1Int with the Amer American AmerIcan Amerlean ¬
ican Kxchanfte bank bankWe bAnkhave henkWe
We have had it for nearly a a genera Imera
ties UonYou
You do not receive any Interest InterMtrNone InterestNone
None whatever its president is one of ofour ofour ofour
our trustees tru tees and h he telte us frankly fNlltkl if we wewant wewant wewant
want interest we must go elsewhere but butwe hutwe butwe
we have hav not thought it gracious to close closeour cloaeOUr closeour
our account accountMetropolitan accountMetropolitan accountMetropolitan
Metropolitan Company CompanyIt
It was at this poVit that Mr Dutcher Dutcherwas Dutcherw Dutcherwas
was w called calledThe calledThe calledThe
The list of stock Ii ck and IeeUrttiM e iiritie < held by
the Metropolitan on Jan 1 UN 1Oi was wasmarked WftSmarked wasmarked
marked for or identification also al lO the lists listsof listsor listsof
of purchases purella s and sales sal of securities Anti antisyndicate j
syndicate participations par dpcttlon In h the th last ten tenyears ten7eali1 tenyears
years were produced and put in as evi ¬
dence denceOf dneeOf dcccof
Of JTiOOOOOO of the securities held by the theetro
XetroDolttan etro Olttan About 96 45e00ON < MMO I were nur nurrhaeed Durrha
rhaeed rha ed from Vermilye Co and W Yo A
Held Id A Co CoMr CoMr
Mr 11 Dutcher said the th president usually
did tb the iiurchaaiiig of securities for tho the1etropohItan
Metropolitan MetropolitanIt
It appeared ap lirtC1 from the queftlonm that thatth thAttho
th tho h pre plflldent ident of the Metropolitan had sole fOl fOlcllilCreUon
discretion in whioh l 111 banks nks ntc and trust com companies oompan cornpanics ¬
panics pan I UPpoHa ucpo it should be kept keptCOMPLAINTS kept4C1 keptCOMPLAINTSPOURING
4C1 4C1COMPLAINTS
COMPLAINTS COMPLAINTSPOURING POURING IN
Manufacturers Have a Grievance GrievanceAgainst GrievanceAgaInst
Against Argentina ArgentinaWaehlrgton 1 1Washington IWaabirston
Washington Sept t 14 Hhe The state st te de department depertinent ¬
pertinent partt today received communications I
by b telegraph and nall from a doaon doaonpaint do doconpoints on
paint OIn In this country where atricul ¬
tural machinery is manufactured pro ¬ I
testing te Unc aaaiaat what the senders declare
to U be a blow at their interests bv the
Argentine government imposing prohibi ¬ I
tive duties duO on parts of agricultural a ma machinery inscbinery ¬
chinery chiner It appears that American ma macames maCliI ma00I005
cames CliI ttS are BOMI in Argentine at a very
Ion 1 figure f Crem in consideration = of r the t fact
that t the manufacturers u made Consider Considerable enaMorable SI ¬ I Iable
able profits after the sale In supply ¬
ing 1 lri parts trts of the machines to replace plce
t those broken brok or worn out in use useTbe u ube usebe
Tbe be department ea t ent has not so far been beenofficially beenoffidalb beenofficIally
officially advi a advised vMed d of the levying of thu thuut >
duty ut and In fact it is not yet et clear clearwh cleMwhfotlHr clearwhotber
whfotlHr wh < Hbr the action complained of Is Isrealty 18ally Isreally
realty ally the imposition lmpo ltion of a new duty dut or ormerely orJ ormerely
merely J fleI a rew executive construction of ofa oCreular ofa
a regular tariff act 90 Mr Beaupre eauPNt tlit th
American minister IIIln lltfr at Buenos Ayres has hitseen
ben een called upon by h the department to toreport toreport toreport
report immediately the facts in th the case caseand caseand esseand
and if the subject Is one that properly properlycan
can an be taken up the th Argentine Arg ntlnt govern government 10Vernftent governmcflt ¬
ment will be addressed addressedTHREATENED addre adtlresredTHREATENED eed eedTHREATENED
eeda a
THREATENED STRIKE STRIKEIS STRI E EIS
IS PROBABLY AVERTED AVERTEDChicago AVERTEDChWaco
Chicago Seat Sett 14 HThe The indications Indlcattol to tonight toIteM toflight ¬
night are that the threatened strike str ka of
the freight tri ht handlers employed by b the rail railroads raJIroada railroads ¬
roads in Chicago and vicinity will not
take place the union having bavln decided to towaive tCJwaive towaive
waive the demand for an increase Increlt of 10 10it 19i 10per
per ont it in wages Committees > > represent representch
i ta Each ch rrelit enIf If t house throughout the theCity thet theCIty
City t called on Qp > general managers today tod
Ittd ad although in each Instance met with witha
a flat refusal lor any an Increase Iu wages wageswere wageswere wageswere l
were offered modifications in other ways wayssuch wasauch wayssuch
such a working hOUR and pay while in ¬
jured juredAt jul
frhe
At the h meeting tonight of the executive executivoeommlttee executIveeommittee
committee of the International union unioneelled unionlied unionoiled
oiled lied to hear the reports of the com committeeH commttteoelll cornniittees
mitteeH it was decided to advise the man manto
to ri acrept the proposition of the railroads railroadsnd reItroadand
and nd the whole matter will be submitted submittedto 3ubmlt 3ubmltto
to n 1 mass meeting of th rank and gnu u tIle tIler tteit
it r the th union probably Saturday Satuma7rvSht night
t
II Ii I NEW MASONIC TEMPLE AS IT WILL LL APPEAR APPEARWIIENCOMPLEIED WHEN COMPLETED I
MADE SUBJECT TO THE SPECIAL TAX TAXinternal TAXInternal TAXInternal
internal Revenue Commissioner Takes a Swipe at Manufac Warjufacturers Manufacturers Manufacturers
turers of Patent Medicines Composed Principally Principallyof
of H Red Eye >
I A J I ASHINGTON Sept 14 1IThO 14The The commis commissioner commissioner cornrnisV ¬
WASHINGTON V V sioner of internal revenue today todayrendered todayrendered
rendered a decision that nvill seri seriously seriouslr serfously ¬
ously affect a number of patent medicines medicinescomposed medicinescomposed niedlelnescomposed
composed largely of distilled liquors He Hebas Hehas Hehas
has reversed a rulln ruling of his department departmentmade departmentfoade departmentmade
made many years earsago ago and now decides decidesthat decidesthat decidesthat
that the manufaoturers of these medicines medicinesmust midicinesmust medicinesmust
must take out licenses as rectifiers and andliquor andliquor andliquor
liquor dealers and that druggists and andothers andothers andothers
others handling them will have to pay pa pathe
the usual retail liquor dealers license licenseThe licenseThe lIcenseThe
The commissioner In a letter of in instruction Instructlon instruction ¬
struction to collectors of internal reve revenue revcnue revenue ¬
nue says sa s that there are a number of com compounds compounds cornpounds ¬
pounds on the market going under the thenames thenames thenames
names of medicines that are composed composedchiefly compotiCiIchiefly composedchiefly
chiefly of distilled spirits without the theaddition theaddition theaddition
addition of dru drus s or medicines in suffi sufficient sufficIent cut ii iiclout ¬
cient quantities to change materially the tbecharacter thecharacter thecharacter
character of o the whiskey He II authorizes authorizescollectors authorizescollectors authorIzescollectors
collectors to impose the special tax on onmanufactures onmanufacturf4s onmanufactures
manufactures ot every compound com composed composed cornposed ¬
posed of distilled spirits even though thoughDEATH thoughDEATH thoughDEATH
DEATH SUMMONS SUMMONSMAYOR SUMMONSMAYOR SUMMONSMAYOR
MAYOR OF BOSTON BOSTONGeneral
General Patrick A Collins Answers Answersthe Answersthe Answersthe
the Last Earthly Call CallNEWS CallNEWS CallLiEWS
NEWS CAUSES GREAT GRIEF GRIEFCLEVELAND GRIEFCLEVELAND GRIEFCLEVELAND
CLEVELAND PAYS TRIBUTE TO A AFRIEND AFRIEND AFRIEND
FRIEND FRIENDi FRIENDS FRIENDB
i OSTOX Sept 14 HThe The death of Mayor MayorI MayorPatrick MayorPatrick
S I Patrick A 4 Collins at Hot Springs SpringsVa Sprln s sVa
Va was announced here today by byM byM
M 1 J Curan secretary to the mayor A Atelegram AteleKram Atelegram
telegram received rooeiv d by b Mr Curran briefly brieflyreported brlef1 brlef1reported brieflyreported
reported the sudden demise of his chief chiefMayor chlofMa chiefMayor
Mayor Ma or Collins was one of the leading leadingDemocrats leadingDemocrats leadingDemocrats
Democrats of the country He served in incongress incon Incongress
congress con re from IMS to 1SS8 and was wa United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States consul general in London LO on from 1S98 1S98to 1 1to 1S9 1S9to
to 1887 Mayor Collins was the presiding presidingofficer presidingofficer presIdingofficer
officer of the national Democratic con convention convention convention ¬
vention of 1SSS 1585Old
i iOld IOld
Old School Statesman StatesmanMayor Statesman1aor StatesmanMayor
Mayor 1aor Collins was regarded bare b re at I J one oneof olleof oneof
of the last members Qf the socalled oJOcall old oldschool oldsehool oldschool
school in national life The general re respect respect reSpect ¬
spect in which he was held as a na national n8tional ustional ¬
tional figure was enhanced by the affec affection affection affoction ¬
tion in which he h was held by tle people peopleof
of Boston BostonThe BostonThe BostonThe
The news of the mayors death became becamecirculated becamecirculated becamecirculated
circulated throughout the city and caused causeda
a profound rofound sensation sensationExpressions lensationExpressions sensationkxpresslOns
Expressions of grief were heard on all allsides aUsides allsides
sides and tributes were freely spoken spokenFor spokenFor spokenFor
For many years ears Mayor Collins devoted devotedmuch devotedmuch devotedmuch
much time to the defense d tense of the cause of ofhome 0 0home ofhome
home rule for or Ireland and he was the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first national president of the Irish land landleague landleague landleague
league in this country countryFuneral countrYFuneral countryFuneral
Funeral Next Week WeekIt
It is expected that the funeral of Mayor MayorPatrick MayorPatrick MayorPatrick
Patrick Collins will be held on Monday Mondayor
or o Tuesday next nextDuring nextDuring nextDuring
During the afternoon flags were half halfmasted halCmasted halfinasted
masted throughout the city and over the theflre thefIre thefire
fIre alarm stations sixtyone blows wore worestruck wore8truckone werestruckone
struck 8truckone one for each year ear of Mayor Col Collonn ColIO CuIons
Ions IO life lifeDaniel UfeDaniel lifeDanIel
Daniel Helton chairman ch lrU1an of the tliebard tliebardof board boardsuccessor bQlutJof
of aldermen will act a Mayor Collhui Collhuisucce Colliiissuccessor
succe successor or and will probably hold the of office office ofice ¬
fice ice until the close clS of the year yearSTRICTLY yearSTRiCTLY yearSTRICTLY
STRICTLY HONEST HONESTGrover HONESTGrover HONESTGrover
Grover Clevelands Tribute Tribute to the theDead theDead theDead
Dead Mayor MayorSandwich MayorSandwich MayorSandwich
Sandwich N H Sept 14 HTh The news of ofthe otthe ofthe
the death of Mayor Collins was conveyed conveyedto qonve ed edto
to Former President Pr ldent Grover Cleveland Clevelandby
by a representative of the Associated AssociatedPress AssociatedPreas AssociatedPress
Press Mr r Cleveland said saidThe Midrhe saidThe
The death of Mayor Collins will cause causesadness CRuseaadnes causesadness
sadness in the hearts of many who have havenot havenot havenot
not had such personally intimate relation relationwith felatIonwith relationwith
with him as wore mine In public publ life he hewas hewas hewas
was strictly stricti honest and sincerely sh crely devoted devotedto
to the responsibilities r which office tt1ce hold holding holdJng holdlug ¬
lug Involved InvolvedTERRITORY InvohedTERFUTORY involvedTERFITORY
s
TERRITORY WOOL SCARCE SCARCESocclal SCARCES SCARCESeclal
+ Socclal S > eclal to The Herald HeraldBoston HeraldBoston
+ Boston Sept W tfTh6 There ra is begin beglnnlng begInning i
+ f ning to be a scarcity arclt on the Boston Dostonmarket Bostonmarket >
4 market of nearly all first class classgrades classgrades
4 grades of wools particularly good goodmedium
4 medium territory Big Bi Inroads have havebeen haveb havebeen
+ been b en made Into the supply from Wy Wyomlng
4 + omlng Utah and Idaho Fully SO SOper SOper SOper I
+ per cent of the American clip has haspassed haspassed H Hpassed
+ passed to consumers cOJisumers A big line of otfino offine
4 fine Wyoming In original bags ba s Is Isselli isselling 4
4 selling selli 1 at 24 gents e llhJ tbis week wee eek 4 4M4 t tH +
+ M4 + H U Hi t M + M M f + > tt Vi4f I + t I It ft ti
drugs have been declared to have been beenadded beenadded beenadded
added thereto when their presence prel5lt CIO is isnot Isnot Isnot
not discoverable by chemioal analysis or orit 01It orIt
it is found that the quantify of drug in
the preparation is so small as to have no noappreciable noappreciable noapprecIable
appreciable effect on the liquor liquorThe liquorThe liquorThe
The same ruling declares the com commissioner commissioner cornmissioner ¬
missioner applies to every alcoholic alcoholiccompound alcoholiccompound alcoholiccompound
compound labeled as a remedy for die dieeases diseases dieeases
eases and containing in addition to dis distilled distilled distilled ¬
tilled spirits only substances or Ingredi Ingredients IngredIents ingredeiit ¬
ents eiit which however largo their quan quantity quantlty quarttity ¬
tity are not of a character to impart impartany impartI importany
any medicinal qualities to the corn oomponnd 0001pound cornpound
I pound ponndTo poundTo poundTo
To prevent injustice being done the theruling tbaruling theruling
ruling will not be put into effect until untilDec unUlDec untilDee
Dec 1 1905 1905Some 1005Some 1905Some
Some of the medicines are said to have haveimmense haveImmense haveimmense
immense sales in prohibition communi communities communities communities ¬
ties figures collected in Massachusetts Massachusettsrecently MlilJsa Massachupottarecently < h ett8 ett8Jecentl
recently Jecentl showing it is said that one onesuch ORBsuch onesuch
such advertised compound comp und with a high hignpercentage highpercentage highpercentage
percentage of whisky whlsk had beon bought to tothe tothe tothe
the extent of 300000 bottles in one year yearyear yearI yearyear
year ear in nrohlbitlon communities of one oneNew
I INew New England state stateINDIAN stateINDIAN stateINDIAN
INDIAN TRUST FUNDS FUNDSSUBJECT FUNDSSUBJECT FUNDSSUBJECT
SUBJECT TO TAXATION TAXATIONOmaha
Omaha Sept 14 14Tudge Judge Munger In the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States district court today hand handed handed handed ¬
ed down down a decision in which he declares declaresthat declaresthat decsresthat
that the Indian trust funds of heirship heirshiplands heirshiplands heirshiplands
lands to which congress has given a reg regular regulur regular ¬
ular title and funds fun s deposited in banks banksto
to the credit of Indians coming from the thesale thosale thesale
sale of these lands are Ilr taxable the same sameas sameas sameas
as the property of any other citizen The Thedecision Thedecision Thedecision
decision Is an important one as it affects affectsa
a great amount of Indian holdings all allover allover allover
over the country The case at issue alone alonerepresents alonerepresents I
represents taxes of 75000 funds in bank bankto bankto I
to the credit of Omaha and Winnebago WinnebagoIndians WinnebagoIndians
Indians I
0 0DECLARED
DECLARED INSANE INSANEMineola INSANEMincola INSANEMineola
Mineola L I Sept 14 HIsaac Isaac Sohamus Sohamuswho Sohamuswho Sohainuswho
who was arrested at Oyster Bay Tuesday Tuesdayafter Tuesdayafter lue iday idayafter
after having made efforts to see the pros president pre prosblent ¬
ident in order to present to him a plan planfor planfor planfor j
for handling the anthracite coal output outputtoday outputtoday i
today was declared insane after an exam examination examinatton ¬
ination I
GOVERNOR FOLK AT THE EXPOSITION EXPOSITIONMissouris EXPOSITiONMissouris
Missouris Chief ChiefExecutive Executive is Lionized by the Assembled Thous Thousands Thousands Thousands ¬
ands at Portland PortlandSpeeches Speeches During D ring the Day and andBanquet d di dI
i I Banquet at Night
fl lORTLAND ORTLAND Sept 14Hundreds ot otpersons atpersons ofr
P r persons who hall Missouri as home homeand homeand homeand
and thousands more eager to see seeand sooand seeand
and hear the man who cleansed cl nsed Missouri MissouriOfficialdom l1I5souriQtftclaldom Missouritf1ciahdom
Officialdom of corruption assembled in inthe InI inthe
I the auditorium of the Lewis and Clark Clarkexposition Clarkposltlon Clarkexposition
exposition to do honor to the parent parentState parenttatc parentstate
State of Old Oregon and the chief chiefexecutive chiefxooutlve chiefOxeoutive
executive who represents re > resents her herLong herLong herLong
Long before the hour at which the theexercises theexer theexengises
exercises exer as commenced CQ menced the large building buildingwas bulld1n bulld1nwas buildingwas
was overcrowded and when Governor GovernorJoseph GovernorJoseph GovernorJoseph
Joseph W V Folk accompanied by Gov Governor Governor Coyernor ¬
ernor George E Chamberlain of Oregon Oregonand Orogonalid Oregonand
and by municipal and exposition offi officials officials offichile ¬
cials appeared on the speakers stand standhe standhe standhe
he was received with round upon round roundof roundor roundSt
of applause applauseWelcomeandTlesponse applauseII
a II WelcomeandTlesponse WelcomeandTlesponseWelcoming Welc meandResponse meandResponseYelcomlng
Welcoming speeches were made by b Gov Governor Governor Coyernor ¬
ernor Cliambrlaln Mayor Harry Hi1n Lane Laneof Laneot Laneof
of Portland and President Goode of the theexposition theexposition theexposition
exposition the keynotes cf f all the thespeeches thespeeches thespeeches
speeches being the important historical historicalrelations hlstorJcalrelations hIstoricalrelations
relations between Oregon and Missouri MissouriROAD MissouriROAD MissouriROAD
ROAD AGENTS AGENTSAT AT WORK WORKTwo
Two Men Rob Travelers at Point of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Mountain North of oflehi ofLehi ofLehi
lehi lehiSpecial LehiSpecial LehiSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldProvo HeraldProvo HeraldProve
Provo Sept 14 HSheriff Sheriff Harmon wa wanotified wail wailnotlfied wasnotified
notified by b Lehi officers this evening that thatA thatA thatA
A A McGinnis of Sandy was held up at the thepoint thepoint thepoint
point of the mountain this afternoon afternoonwhito afternoonwhllt afternoonwhile
while traveling south on horseback and androbber androbber androbber
robber of JC5 65 He continued on to Lehi Lehiwhere Lehiwhere Lehiwhere
where he reported the case cati to the officers officerswho oftlcerswho officerswho
who informed Sheriff Harmon The rob robbers robbers robbars ¬
bers are described de crlbed as being two very dark darkmen darkmen darkmen
men men and Mr McGinnis states that they theytraveled theytravaled theYtraveled
traveled northward Sheriff Harmon has hasnotified hasnotified hasnotified
notified Sheriff Emery of of Salt Lake coun county count county ¬
ty t It was also reported here that two twomen twomen twomen
men answering the description given by byMcGinnis b bMcGinnis byMcGInnIs
McGinnis had held up an Alpine man be before betoro before ¬
fore the McGinnis affair and that the
and tributes to the work accomplished accomplishedvy
vy the visiting governor governorThe governorThe governorThe
The responses were made by Governor GovernorPolk GovernorFftlk GovernorFolk
Folk and President R H Kern of the theMissouri theMissouri theMissourI
Missouri Lewis and Clark commission commissionGovernor commissionGovernor commissionGovernor
Governor Folks response re ponse which was wasbrief wasbrief wasbrief
brief was received with great applause applauseFollowing applauseollowlng applause1ollowing
Following the exercises at the audi auditorium auditorium auditorlum ¬
torium a public reception took place at atthe atthe atthe
the Missouri state building in honor of ofGovernor otGovernor ofGovernor
Governor Folk and the visiting Missouri Missourians
ans the Missouri commission and their theirladies theirladies theirladies
ladies acting as hosts hostsBanquet hostsBanquet hostsBanquet
x xTonight
Banquet at Night NightTonl NightTonight
Tonight Tonl ht a banquet was tendered to toGovernor toGovernor toGovernor
Governor Folk Commissioner HJ 1 E E BMcJimaey EM EMeJimsey
McJimaey M < Jfmsey presided Speeches were made madeby madob
I by b former United States Attorney Gen GenJudge General GenI
I oral George H Williams ot Portland PortlandJudge PortlandJudge
Judge W V D 11 > Fenton Commissioner Kern KernPresident KernPresident KernPresident
President Goode and by Governor Folk Polkwhose PQkwhOlle Folkwhose
whose subject was Missouri the Mother Motherof
of Oregon OregonDuring OregonDuring OregonDuring
During the banquet a special display displayof
of fireworks on the exposition like took tookplace tooltplace tookplace
place in which many pyrotechnics p roteehnlcs em emblematic emblematic emblematie ¬
blematic em Missouri lf SOUrJ or depicting nor norprominent herprominent norprominent
prominent men were ore the features featuresAlpine featuresAlpine
Alpine man was following them with the theintent theintent theIntent
intent pf ptetting getting ettlng his < ioney one back backSheriff backTbe
The new of the robbery was telephoned telephone1to
to Sheriff Emery Emer by Sheriff Harmon It Itdid itdid
did not come until five lye hours after the therobbery therObbery therobbery
robbery owing to the delay in the first firstplace firstplace firstplace
place of reporting it to Sheriff Harmon HarmonSheriff HarmonSheriff HarmonSheriff
Sheriff Emery at once notified his depu deputies deputies deputies ¬
ties and officers were sent from Bing Bingham Bingham flingham
ham Junction Sandy and Murray Mar Marshal Marshal Marshah ¬
shal Mike Mauss of the last named place placeand placeand placeand
and the Beckstead brothers of Bingham BinghamJunction BinghamJunction BinghamJunction
Junction were dispatched early earl Deputy DeputySheriffs DeputySherIffs DeputySheriffs
Sheriffs Axel Steele and Olaf Larsen went wentfrom wentfrom wentfrom
from the city Sheriff Emery Emer himself himseirwent hirnselIwent himselfwent
went down to Murray and drove from that thatpoint thatpoint thatpoint
point toward the scene of the robbery robber By Bythese Hytheae Bythese
these means the country was combed combectdown combeddown combeddown
down in the hope of getting some definite definitetrace definitetrace definitetrace
trace of r the criminals ITo to a late hour hourlast hour188t hourlast
last night no such trace had been found foundNINE foundI foundNINE
I 4 4NINE
NINE BURNED TO DEATH DEATHCzenatochowa DEATHCzen DEATHOzenetochowa
Czenatochowa Czen tochowa Russia Sept 14 14lulold 14A 14Aluloid A < yl ylluloid
luloid factory was destroyed by fire here heretoday herctoday heretoday
today a call J nine perspns Ders ms were burned to todeath todeath todeath
death and several others were injured
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PUBLIC OFFICE OFFICEA
A PRIVATE SNAP SNAPIndiana SNAPIndiana
SNAPI I
Indiana State Auditor DivertedFunds DivertedFundsto Divelted Funds I Ito
to His Own Use UseGOVERNOR UseGOVERNOR se seGOVERNOR
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GOVERNOR TAKES ACTION ACTIONAMOUNT ACTIONAMOUNT ACTiONAMOUNT
AMOUNT INVOLVED IS S NEARLY NEAF Y
150000 150000Ind 1 50000I l lf
I NDIANAPOLIS Ind Sept 14 HAl HAllcglng UMI Al Alleging ¬
f I leging that David H Sherrick au auditor auditor cuditor ¬
ditor of state is guiltyof gun guilty p of a plal plaland p1aiand lllt llltand
and Inexcusable violation of the law lawand lawnd lawand
and nd a gross betrayal of public trust trustin trutIn trustin
in that he invested funds belonging to tothe tothe tothe
the state In private affairs to the ox oxtent oxtent oxtent
tent of about 146000 Governor Hanly Hanlytoday Hanlytoday Hanlytoday
I
today issued an executive order in inwhich inwhich inwhich
which he took cognizance of a vacancy vacancyin Vft cy cyin
in the office and appointed appointodWaireit appointodWaireitBigeler Warren WarrenBigeler WarrenBigeler
Bigeler of Wabash as his hlssucc6s successor successorFailed succeederFailed ol olFailed
Failed to Pay Up UpThis UpThis UpThis
This in effect means means the removal of ofMr of1r ofMr
Mr 1r Sherrick by the governor though thoughthis thoughthe thoughthb
this official statement is not made that thatway thAtwa thatway
way wa The governor gave Sherrickuntil Sherrickuntilnoon Sherrick until untilnoon
noon today to make his settlement settlementThis settlementThis settlementThis
This was not done and the governor governorafter gornorafter governorafter
after having asked for Sherricks resig resignation reolgnation ¬
nation three times effected the removal removalSherrick removalSherrick removalSherrick
Sherrick has not beeii arrested as yet yetand y yetand t tand
and in his statement Governor Hanley Hanledid
did not say 8110 that such action was con contemplated contemplated conteniplated ¬
templated Mr Sherrick could not be beseen beseen beseen
seen at noon today todayHas todayHas todayHas
Has Been Investigating InvestigatingIn
In a formal statement issued rela relative lektUve relutive ¬
tive to the matter the governor 6VernOr says sayshe sa sayshe S I
he has been investigating the condi conditions conditions conditions ¬
tions in the auditors office static the thelast thelast thelast
last of August having received infor information Informotion Information ¬
mation that Sherrick had not made the theJuly theJuly theJuly
July settlement for the states funds fundswhich fundswblch fundswhIch
which had accumulated from Jan 1 to toJuly toJuly toJuly
July 1 1905 He immediately asked for fora
a settlement which was made madeThis madeThis madeThis
This amout was about 235000 In Inaddition Inaddition Inaddition
addition to this amount the auditor auditorIn
In his statement to the governor ad admitted admltt adrnltt ¬
mitted mltt d that he was at that time timechargeable timecbargeable timechargeable
chargeable with state funds paid in insince Insince insince
since the July settlement amounting amountingto
to 14519780 for which he filed a sched schedule scheduJe achedule ¬
ule enumerating the assets he had to tomeet tomeet tomeet
meet this amount which he owed to tothe tothe tothe
the state These items include notes notesstocks notesstocks notesstocks
stocks and securities amounting to
15288333 of which according to the thegovernors thegovernors thegovernors
governors letter only 3756501 could couldbe couldbe uld uldbe
be realized realizedThree realizedThree realizedThree
Three Times and Out OutAt OutAt OutAt
At the time that his analysis of the theassets theassets theassets
assets submitted by Sherrick was Va made madethe madethe madethe
the governor formally tormal1 r requested Sher Sherrick Sherrick ¬
rick to resign The resignation was wasnot wasnot a anot > >
not forthcoming The governor re requested requested requested ¬
quested that Sherrick turn over to toJohn toJohn toJohn
John E Reed the settlement clerk in inthe inthe inthe
the auditors office the securities enu enumerated enumerated enumerated ¬
merated and this th tli was done The gov governor governol ¬
ernor also demanded domf ml d that tb t settlement to tothe tothe tothe
the extent of 145197 14519780 gobe be made ma e with withthe withtite lth lththe
the state by b noon today and on being beingadvised beingadvised beingadvised
advised by persons whom he thought thoughtto
to be in a position to kneW Juw that the thesettlement UtrsetUement thesettlement
settlement could ouldDQt not be made haagain haagainsent lli1 baaainsent tR tRBent
sent a message this time verbal y rbnl re requesting requesting requesting ¬
questing Sherrick to resign At noon noonthe Boonthe noonthe
the request had not been complied with withand wjthand withand
and it was repeated Again not com complied complied cornplied ¬
plied with the governor entered an ani anexecutive anexecutive
i executive order finding the office va vacant vacant vacant ¬
cant and appointing Bigler BiglerAuditor BiglerAuditor BuglerAuditor
Auditor Resigns ResignsAt i
< At 3 Sherrick sent his resignation re tgnlUon to toGovernor toGovernor toGovernor
Governor Hanley who accepted It Mud asdentered Mudentered adentered
entered an order appointing Warran t arren arrenIcr Big Bigler 1fl 1fller
ler of Wabash to the office of state Btat au auditor auditor i idltor
ditor Bigler was appointed by tele telegraph talegr telegraph
graph graphDavid gr graphDavid
David id F Sherricks bond on rile In Inthe inthe inthe
the secretary of states office is for
100000 and was furnished by the Ameri American American Amencan ¬
can Surety company companySuit eompanySuit companySuit I
Suit Threatened ThreatenedI ThreatenedDeclaring ThreatenedDeclaring
I Declaring that Governor Hanley had hadmade hadmade hadmade
made charges against him which are arefalse arefals arefalse
false and cannot be substantiated 8ub tantlated Wit William Wit11am U UlIam ¬
liam S Wickard secretarytreasurer and andgeneral andgeneral andgeneral
general manager of J H Murry Co Costated Coslated Costated
stated tonight that he would bring suit suitfor suitfor ujt ujtfor
for damages against the governor jovernorThe governorThe governorThe
The notes that I gave David E Sher Sherrick Sherri Slierrick ¬
rick ri aggregating 5QS53 are genuine enulne and amithe andthe andthe
the governors statement that they were wereforged wereforged wereforged
forged by me Is s absolutely without foun foundation foundation foundation ¬
dation said Mr Wickard I am the thegeneral thltsneral thegeneral
general manager and sole financial agent agentof agentof agentof
of J H Murry Co and I am the theonly theonly theonly
only person who has the power or the theauthority theauthorlt theauthority
authority to sign collateral paper for the tnoi thofirm thefirm
i firm
Warrant for Sherrick SherrickI SherrickIndianapolis SherrickIndianapolis
I Indianapolis Ind Sept 16 115 a m mDetectives mDetectives inDetectives
Detectives from the Indianapolis police policedepartment policedepartment policedepartment
department are now on their way to the thehome thehome thehome I
home of exAuditor Sherrick to take him himto himto himto
to the thevollce police station where he will be beserved beserved beserved
served with a warrant for his arrest arrestcharging arrestcharging j jcharging
charging embezzlement embezzlementTELLING embezzlementTELLING embeaziernentTELLING
TELLING THE TRUTH NOW NOWBunkers NOWBunkers NOWBunkers
Bunkers Swore Sw re Falsely at His Own OwnTrial OwnTrial OwnTrial
Trial TrialSacramento TrialSaClamenw TrialSacraments
Sacramento Cal Sept 14 14ExState 14ExStateSenator 14ExStateSenator ExState ExStateSenator
Senator Harry Bunkers today resumed resumedhis
his testimony against his former cot colleague 001Joague cotleague ¬
league exSanator exSenator E J Bmmons charged chargedwith cbar chargedwith ed edwith
with bribery brib bnilr ry He said Joseph C Jordan Jordantold Jordafttold Jordantold
told him that one of the th building and andloans andloans andloans
loans companies they expected to secure securemoney securemoney securemoney
money from had dropped out and that thatinstead thatinstead thatInstead
instead of getting 90 each they would wouldonly wouldonl wouldonly
only onl receive seso S50 apiece After a few fewmore fewmore fewmore
more questions District Attorney Sey Seymour Seymour Setmoan ¬
mour unexpectedly turned the witness witnessover wttndIJoer witnessover
over to the defense defen > > e On being closely closelyquestioned closelYquestioned closelyquestioned
questioned he h said 111 that he was telling tellingthe temDtthe tefliagthe
the truth now hut did not ootdo > do so on his hisown hiliown hisown
own trial for bribery briberyAttorney briberyttorney briberyC
C Attorney Grove Johnson then declared declaredthat declaredthat declaredthat
that the district attorney should swear to toa toa toa
a complaint charging Bunkers with the thecrime thecrime thecrime
crime of perjury He added that if the thedistrict thedlstrlet thedistrict
district attorney did didnot not swear to the thecomplaint thecomplaint thecomplaint
complaint he Johnson would do so soThe soThe soThe
The court ruled Johnson out of order orderand orderand orderand
and the attorney for the defense then tbettook thentook
took up the confession made by Bunkers BunkersI
to District Attorney Seymour Bunkers Bunkerssaid fluqkerssaid UQkeli1said
said he had not signed the confession andthe and andthe nd ndthe
the judge ruled that the district attorney attorneycould attorneycould attorneycould
could not be compelled to produce it itWhen ItVhen itWhen
When pressed for his reasons rea ons for turn turning turning turning ¬
ing states evidence Bunkers said eaidI aid aidI
I was deserted by b my friends friendsthe the men menwho menwho menwho
who called themselves my friends and andpromised andpromised andpromised
promised to stand by b me who promised promisedi promt ed edto
to take care of my m wife and child I Ihear Ihear Ihear
hear that Senator Bmmons J < mmon and his wife wifewere wifewer wifewere
were in San Francisco They knew their theirfinancial theirttnanclal theirfinancial
financial situation and QnJ1tlMF that did n pot < t JO JOnear gonear o onear
near them My wife wa v working her herhearts herhearts herhearts
hearts blood out ard the th they did nothing notbl
Thats why I done one it itBunkers itBunkers ItBunkers I
Bunkers was as still on the stand when whencourt whencourt whenCourt
court adjourned adjournedCHARGE adjournedCHARGE adJournedCHARGE
CHARGE OF HERESY HERESYEverett H HERESYEverett RESY RESYEerett
Everett Wash Wls 1 Sept 14 l4thrges Charges hllr = es of ofconduct ofconduct ofconduct
conduct unbecoming a minister falsify falst falstIQg falsityiqg i iIns
IQg and heresy were read today toda against againstRev agaInstRev againstRev
Rev T 1 B Elliott pastor of the Metho Methi001st Meth Methodist ¬
odist o lst church at Vancouver Wash V sb be bei before before
i fore the annual session of the Puget PugetSound PugatSound PugetSound
Sound Methodist t Episcopal conference conferenceseloct conferenceselect A Aselect
select committee was named to invest Investigate Inve investgate t1 t1gatc ¬
gate the charges chargesBOOKKEEPER chargesBOOKKEEPER
j jBOOKKEEPER
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BOOKKEEPER INDICTED INDICTEDDanville INql INDICTEDDanville 1ED 1EDDanvllle
Danville III lUll Sept 14Walter HW lt r W Junt JuntEdgar Jnntgen Juntgen
gen former i Qokkeeper > of the wrecked wreckedEdgar i
Edgar d ar county National Nationalfunos NTlltlO ljsp1 D QtPI of ParJs ParJsiir
ur i1l1luqicte4 indicted by bYtIn8t
JutxoittlII tIn8t rw mn1lnc rrnl lng lngtjpitrabtitl0
ibitra tjpitrabtitl0 II funds fnndflr front i t T I 1
MASONS BREAK BREAKTEMPLE BREAKTEMPLE BREAKTEMPLE
TEMPLE GROUND GROUNDWork
Work to Be Pushed on a Magnificent MagnificentBuilding Mlgn HagnifioentBuilding oent oentBuilding
Building BuildingTO BuildingTO
TO BE FINISHEDBY FINISHED BY MARCH 1 1THE 1THE
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THE HANDSOMEST HANDSOMESTLODGE LODGE HOMEWEST HOMEWEST HOME HOMEWEST
WEST OF cAICAGO CHICAGOMB cAICAGOT
T MB 11 trustees of the M MSOit1O OMle Temple Templewill Temp1pwill TempleI
T I will formally break geewrtl tor its itserection i it iteectiot l lerection
erection at 1 p m today Exca Excavation EXl Extaration i ivaUon ¬
ration begins today when Judge C W WMorse Wforss V VMorse
Morse thrown the first spadeful spadefulearth ul ulMrth i iearth
earth from the lota at the corner c rner of of51r oftPlrst f fPitSt
51r PitSt t South and Second East Ea t street
Then A E Showell who has the COK COKtract CO
tract for excavation will begin till thipart U1ipart till1of
part 1of of the work It will be completed ooropleteaUCC
Oct 1 1Ph 1lbe
Ph lbe new temple will be roofed it i iconfidently jconldenUy icon4daitly
confidently expected eXP Cted bafffre bflt re snow be besna
png ing to fall it will be really tQr occu occupancy OClUPane oct11pancy ¬
pancy Pane March 1 And It will w l be one of ofthe o othe J Jthe
the handsomest hand omest buildings in the th west westthe westthe t tthe
the best and largest larxe t Masonic Tempi
between betw en Chicago and San Francisco Fr nctaco it itwill itw1ll Itwill
will when hen complete represent JltWuw JltWuwI 10000 10000Calital 0OuuCaiitl
I capital inverted invertedWare InveetedVare investedWare
Ware Treganxa recan drew the plans fm ftthe
the structure The Th trustees tru tee are Pre President Prtsident ¬
ident Judge C W V Morse H M Mayo Jla l
J r H Brown 6 D Evans and Seer SeerI Secrttary <
I tary F C Schramm All the Mason i
bodies of the city will occupy the tem temple ternpie tempie ¬
pie pieThe s sThe
The building will cover an area ot ot75x100 ut7x10O
75x100 7 = 100 feet It will be three stories in illheight it
height Its style of architecture is thf thfRenaissance th
Renaissance it will have exterior exteriorwalls exteriolwalls exteriorwalls
walls of brick The first story will be
dark red fire brick with lth dark brown browntrimming brontrimming I Itrimming
trimming the second yellow fire brkt brktand brkLand bnicband
and the third story stor of cement plaster plasterThe 118telThe plasterThe
The interior will be divided into lodge lodgerooms Jodgerooms lodgerooms
rooms a banquet room auditorium auditoriumwith audltoriumwith auditoriumwith
with a large stage library grand set seirotarys setretaryc et etrotarrs
rotarys offices kitchens parlors jan janitors jaiitoys i itors ¬
tors quarters cloak and toilet rooms roomsThe roomp1l1e monsThe
The woodwork finishing nnl blng of the in interior j Ii Iitartar I i iterlor ¬
tartar will be stained fir The lodge lodgerooms lodgerooms lodgerooms
rooms and auditorium will be also 180 fin finished filllahed fitished
ished in ornamental plaster 1 > la ter and stuo stuowork atuIwork stutwork >
work The heating system will be > e epecially epeclall epecially
pecially complete It ItWUl will be the for forblast fore fOlnblaat foreblast
blast steam st am system with exceptional exceptionalventilation exeeptioI1aventilation exceptioriaventilation
ventilation appliances appliancesThe appJlancesThe
The temples entrance on Second Kar Karstreet Ea Eastreet t tstreet
street will be perhaps the most beauti beautiful beautiful beautfill ¬
ful part of the structure It will h happroached happroached happroached
approached on a number of atone steps stepsand steJJand stepand
and is back of a ft group of massive pil pillars pillars pUlars ¬
lars The entire effect effe t is i massive an sitat Utat > l lat
at the same time tasteful ornament ornarpenta ornarpentaUon H Htion
tion of simple design de lgn relieves reUev what whatwould whatwould L LWould
would otherwise e be perhaps heavy heavyPASSENGER heavyPASSENGER heavyPASSENGERAGENTS
PASSENGER PASSENGERAGENTS PASSENGERAGENTSAnnual AGENTS AGENTSAnnual AGENTSAnnual
Annual Convention Meets at Portland PortlandFair PortlandFair PortlandFair
Fair Grounds GroundsPortland GroundsPortJaAd GroundsPortland
Portland Ore Sent epi w UrXtoe thirty U1 Ian 1ly l lfourth
fourth annual a IIual convention oonventI aC fttfie q < < Ke se Am Amen AmenAnsoeition Dlerkau DlerkauAaI ri < HU HUAssoefetion
Assoefetion AaI oetatton of Traveling v Pneaengt PneaengtAgents PaMengrAgen
Agents Agen l assembled at the t e Lewis Law and ClurK ClurKgrounds Ch CLgrounds h hgrouuda
grounds today The initial meeting meetingriot was wasnot wa wanot
not attended attencMdby by the full enrollment earoJl t mut mutof mulot mt mtof
of fh t1Mt InI1QIIII ndlron B n = Mfd4Nsr d tf < is Oie dine in insightseeing 111alch i isightseeing
sightseeing alch lRf or renewing reD renew ng oid > s > cqiseiut cqiseiutanses o Miu Miuances iUi iUiaft
ances ancesPreliminary aft ansesPreliminary
aftPreliminary Preliminary to the opening of the thevention ihovention con convention ¬
vention the association as oelatlon was tendered A Aformal aformal aformal
formal reception at the Lewis and ClaM ClaMauditorium CIa CIaauditorium CIaiauditorium >
auditorium auditoriumGovernor auditoriumGovernor auditoriumGovernor
Governor George R Chamberlain Pre PreFident PreIdent Pretident
ident Goode of tbe exposition and Prod President Pr Proddent 8f ¬
dent H M Cake of the Commercial club clubdelivered clubdelivered Iub IubdBlivered
delivered addresses of welcome welco Aftr Aftrresponses Muresponses
responses respon es had been made and the cer cermonies cermonies cermonies <
monies of the reception concluded trie triebusiness t 0 s sbusiness
business bwtlneuof of the session was opened open Th Thprincipal The ThPprincipal Theprincipal
principal feature feture of tbe convention cnveUon wii wiibe 1J wibe I
be b the election eleton of officers offcer C E Benja Benjamin Buja Bujamin Bejijamom ¬
min mom now no vice president preident is slated alate for tp tppresidency thpprekenc tti ttiPreskieflc
presidency prekenc Mr Benjamin Benjmin im il traveling travelinKrepresentative tvelng tvelngreprenttve travelingrepresentative
representative reprenttve for the th Canadian Cnadin Padfi Paifiwith Patifn Patifnwith
with 1th headquarters at St Louis Lou M J JRoche JRoche
Roche Rohe traveling travelng passenger panger agent aget for tip tiifDenver 11f tipDenver
Denver Rio Grande making his h hi home homein hor homeIn
in Portland Portand at present pre nt on the executive executivecommittee exet executivecommittee
committee cmmitee is to be b advanced to the vice vicepresidents yit victpresidents
presidents preidEnts seat S4at if i present prnt plans plns carry carrySTRUCK ean eanSTRUCK carrySTRUCK
STRUCK BY LIGHTNING LIGHTNINGFour
Four Men Killed Ked Sk Si Fatally Fatly Injured Injuredand Injuredand Injuredand
and a Dozen or More Stunned Stunnedat Stuned Stunedat
at Iowa County Couty Fair FairIndianola Fai PairIndianola
Indianola la Sept Sept 14 HFor 14Four Four men menwere menwere menwere
were killed kie six were perhaps perhap fatally fatly in injured I 1rjured ¬
jured and a a do doen docen en more were stunned stunnedby stunnedby stunnedby
by a bolt bl of lightning lghtning that wrecked wreked a acrowded acrowde acrowded
crowded crowde poultry Dulry exhibition exhibio tent tnt at the thfecounty thecounty
county cunty fair here today Thousands Thouuns of ofchickens otcblckens ofchickens
chickens ware wer killed ki The dead deadRay deadRa deadHas
Ray Ra Anderson AndersonCarl Anderi AndersonCarl
Carl Peterson PetersonTheodore Peteln Petelnrrheore PetersonTheodore
Theodore rrheore Young Yon all al of Indianola IndianolaBlaine InlaDla IndianolaBlame
Blaine Wright Vrght Pleasantville PleasantvilleThe Plesntvte
The lhe seriously serioly injured Dr Carpenter CarpenterJ Carpntlr CarpntlrJ
J 1 McGranahan McGrnahl B W Freel Frae Karl Eal Bark Barker ¬
er C Shellberger Shelbrer John Smith Smth all al of ofIndianola ofIndlanola ofIndianola
Indianola IndianolaCONCEALED Indlanola IndlanolaCONCEALED IndianolaCONCEALED
CONCEALED HER IDENTITY IDENTITYName
Name Given by Suicide in New York YorkProbably YorkProbably YorkProbably
Probably Fictitious FictitiousNew FictitiousNew
Ficttous FicttousNe
New Ne York York Sept Spt 14 1A 14A A mystery fper about aboutthe abut abuttbe aboutthe
the identity ientt of the well wel dressed dre hand handsome bandl handsome ¬
some l young yong woman womA who wk yesterday e killed killedherself kied kiedbwl killedherself
herself bwl with wth a revolver revolvr in the Manhat Manhattan Mnhat Mnhattn Manhattan ¬
tan tn hotel developed develop today ray in the th discov discovery dlo dloery dlscovcry ¬
ery that the name A Wlldey Wide Washing Washington Wabng Wabngt ¬
t ton D C under which she registered lr at atthe al atthe
the th hotel htel was probably prbbly fitt fictitious Other Othercircumstances Ohe1 Ohe1circumstnces OtherCircumstances
circumstances circumstnces about abut the case cl incline Inclne the thepolice thE thepolice
police to believe bleve that the woman came t tNew tew tNew <
plc
New ew York City Cty from spine upstate aplte town townor townOr townor
or New England EnB city it to conceal cono her idea Identity ideutt ideatitv
tity Searching her wraps and lingerie lingeriefor
tt Sarhin Hi an lngeri lngerifor
for means mens of Identification Idntfcti today toay the po police police
lice 11 found that tht she had cut off every everymonogram ever evprmonogram evermonogram
monogram on her clothing clothin and even tiif tiiftailors tll tllbdlors tiatailors
tailors band brd from her street 8tr t coat cot cotlaundry A Alaundry Alaundry
laundry mark u B was found
o on some someunderwear sme smeunderear someunderwear
underwear underwearIn underwear1naccordhe
In accordance acord with a note n no which whih she sheleft Ihe Iheleft iiC iiCleft
left signed igne by the apparently appety fictitious fictitiousname ftttou ftttounme ttctltiouname
name nme and an stating sttng that her body by would wouldbe woudb woiiibe
be b called cled for for the te coroner had hd the bodv bodvtaken blo beivtaken
taken to an a undertaking undertakin establishment establishmentbut eblahmtl i ibut
but up to late lt let today toa it wan wa still uncalled uncalledfor uacalfd uacalfdfo
for fo and still tl unidentified unidentifiedTHE unidenifie unidenifieTHE unidentifiedTHE a
THE DEATH DEATHRECORD DEATHRECORDAndrew RECORD RECORDAndrew RECORDAndrew
Andrew B Duvall DuvallWashingtonSept Duval DuvalYuhingln DuvaliWashington
WashingtonSept Washington Yuhingln Sept Sept 14 HA A wireless wiree tele teleraph le teI teItraph
raph message 1 e announces anlouQ the te death det on onuesday OilTueday uaueeday
Tueday uesday at sea se of Andrew AnIrew B Duvall Dual co coiratton cortoJ conoration
noration iratton rtoJ counsel of the District Dltrt ot Colum Colunia Columba
ba bi a He was cuns 11 a passenger J8stng on o the Phlludet Phladtl Phladtlphla Phuladephia
phia on his hil way home bomeatthe at lt the time timeElijah Um UmElijah timeElijah
Elijah Brigham Phelps PhelpsBoston PhelpsBoston PhelpsBoston
Boston Se SeE t t 14 1EUjlt 14Elijah Elijah Brigham Brghm Phelps Pbeipswell Pips Pipsw61 Phelpswell
well w61 known throughout the west t in rail railroad rai railroad ¬
road management man ment prior to JSge W died di at atBrookline atBrooklne atBrookline
Brookline Brooklne today toda aged S6 S SGyeare SGyeareMrs years yearsMrs yeI yeIMrs
Mrs William Wiiam E Quinby QuinbyDetroit QuinbyDetroit QuinbyDetrolL
Detroit Mich Sept M 14Mr 14Mn Mrs William WilliamB WiUam WiUamE
B Quinby wife of the editor ecwt in chief of oftbe otthe ofthe
the Detroit Free Press a died dltd today todayRAISULI toay toaya toayRAISULI todayRAISULI
RAISULI WINS WINSTangier WINS WINSngler WINSTangier
Tangier ngler Sent Sept 14 HThe The warring wrrl g trlt tribes trlbdIllve tribeshave fs fshave
have Illve submitted 8ubmltM to Raleuli RaieU and aJd pea e has hasbop hasboon
been restored reta In the suburbs sburb8 M 1 d dIdrocco df do doihioraebt
bop ihioraebt frJItr former RUIIIan RuIan miuitr to toro toMroeeo
Idrocco ro bud 1J arrived lve here undo undf instruc instrucvlons inttc inttctons intructions
tons to attan0 the international lternatonaJ ftfer ifer iferenee fer fercnee
atant
ence on Moroccan reforms reorma

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